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Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) / Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter
Vol. XIII ([covers January 1934/December 1934])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 9,   pp. [33]-40 PDF (3.7 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER                     39
Prices Paid to Wisconsin Producers for Farm Products'
LVESTOCK AND WOOL                                   GRAINS
Year
________                                   P.11.. ~~~~~~~~± Ed g 
         p
I  2     3      4      5    6      7     8       9     0     I     2    1
3   14
$     $     S            $     $     Ct..   $           et. i.   c.  ~. 
  .l.   C,..
1910- 1914         -        7.35  4.91  7 .23  53.65  4.25  6.01 2 .  18
 83   9  8  5 .5  3  0  69.2  8 .1  7 .
-------------              65S 5.83  8.22  66.90 4.64   8.60  19.6 172.50
  89.5   83 .8 39.1 55.7 65.9 72.6
l Ii                       6.55  5.48 7.95 62 .30 5.00    7.08 25.2 161.40
   114.7 71.9 45.1 63.3    97.0 83.7
1916 8----------            .47 5.90 8.87 64.60 5.87 8.28 30.3 156.50   
    119.4  79.5 44.2   78.5 98.8 94.0
1917 ----------14.17 7.52 11.46 71.85 8.82 12.38 49.2 151.30            
    108.0l 143.8  82.4 121.3 165.9 149.5
1918 ---------- 16909            8.71 13.17 88.70 10.22 14.17 63.3 147.70
205 .6 152.3    75.4 125.2 180.5 171.5
1919-----------            18.52 9.02 14.31 104.25 9.08 13.51 53.0 143.70
212.7 14U.4     65.8 107.6 136.9 1:18.0
1920                       12.93 7.82 12.47 108.30 7.83 12.52 38.0 141.20
2 14 .7 137.3   78.6 121. 1 62.6 106.6
1921 -----------7.61 4.57 7.62 56 20 3 .8:1 7.37                18.7 ~114.30
120.1 59.5 37.2     80.0 104.1 100.1
1922 8----------932 4.54 7.73 57.00 4.92 10.22 27.4 11.20 107.3         
           59.2 37.7 55.1     76.3  80.5
1923 -----------6.97 4.57 7.99               62.35 5.16 10.55 37.6 111.70
   105.0 77.7 42.4    60.9 66.8 84.0
1924 -----------7.29 4.87 8.17 63.75 5.62 10.831 37.7 108.00            
    113.5 94.4   49 .2  73.0 77.1   97.6
1925 -----------10.87 5.18 9.17 66.25               8.13 12.38 40.3 (118.21)
143.7 102.5 43.9   79.8 98.8    97.8
1926 -----------11.70 5.73 10.14 80.50 0i.19 12.09 35.9 111.701 137.2 74.3
39.2                  85.4 82.1   78.8
1927-----------              9.52  8.49 10.52 89.65 5.75 11.83 33.0 113.701
123.1 87.1 46.2      72.8 88.4   84.8
1928 8----------974              8.22 12.14 102.40  8.05 12.37 39.2 117.60
  117.4 92.8 52.3     79.0 98.-088.0
1929 -----------950 8.32 12.43 107.25               8.07 12.23 34.5 117.90
  111.7 88.2   45.7 64.9 811.     88.8
1930 -----------8.82 6.54 9.87 84.40 4.33 8.58 23.8 108.20)             
     93.1  79.7 35.9 58. 660.7 87.3
1931 -----------           S76 4.37 6.70     58.85 2.62   8.22  14.8 91.00
   63.7 58.7 28.5 44.8 37.9 63.4
1932 -----------3.38 3.07 4.60               39 75 1 .8) 4.87   10.8  83.75
  54.8 :36.8 23.3   37.3 :15.5 45.6
1933-----------              3.44 2 85  4.31  35.59 I.190 4.97  19.3 92 25
    08.2  38.3  2839  42.8 48.7   51.)
January-----------255 2.45 3.45            33.    1.65  4.25   II.  83. 
   47.   25.    17.  27.    29 .  40.
February --------2 90 2.60 4.60            32.    1.75  4.38 It.     85.
    87.  24    I7.   27.    29.   39.
March. .--------3.10 2.70            4.25  32.    1.75 4.20   10.   84. 
   47.   25.   17.   27.   29.   39.
April ----------3.10 2.70 3.80 33.                1.95  4.25  10.   99. 
   52.   30    20.   34.  '38.    44.
M~ay---------            3.90 3.50 4.29    37.    2.311 5.In  15.   93. 
   60.   38    25.   44     14.   47.
June~ --------           3,80 3 40 4.10    39.    3 IS 5.701 'i3    97. 
    88.  W9.   25.   40     48.   53.
July ----------398 3.20 4 45 42.                  2.05  5.78 21.    95. 
   91.   54.   40    57.    79.   68.
Aug~ust---------          3 70 3 10 4 70 38.      2 .1I 8. 8f1 24.  99. 
   85.   50.   34.   5I     62.   89
September.------ 1370          3.00  5 30 38.     1,85  5 40 25.    98. 
   82.   48    34    53     92    70.
October.. --------       CIS 2 70 4 85S 37.       I 8i 4 95 268     98. 
   76.   40    30    5I     539   52.
November -----_3 65 2.55             4 S5 33.     1.83 5.10   28.   93. 
   80.   42.   32    53.    57.   50.
December.-------         2.80 2.30   3.50  33.    1.70 5.13 27.     93. 
   79.   43.   32.    50.   54.   51.
1934  - - - - - - - - - -
January---------         2.90  2.65 3.95, 32.     1.95 5.90 27.     98. 
   79.   45.   33.    55.   55,   51.
February.-------         3.80  2.95  4 90  35.    2.90  7.00 29.   199. 
   81.   48.    34.   58    568   53.
March......   ------     3.75 2.90 455 36.        3.00 7 39 28. 106.    
   81.   47.   34     57.   54.   51.
April------              3 50 3.10 4.25 37.       3.02 7.10 27, Ill.    
    89.   47.   34.   58    54.   53.
May ------               3 10  3 .1.5 4 40 37.    3.03 7.10 24      110.
   80.    48    34.   57.   53.   53
June  3--5- -29-                      3. 90  34.  2.101  80)6   23.  Ill.
   89.   56.   41.   71.   58.   60.
July ----------3                           3t     2.49 6 01 23. 11 5.   
   89.    59.   42.   72.   61.    85.
0   A.7    38l if  9 '2 I .  19  22.  Ito.  97.   71.   45.   83.   75. 
 67.
I All prices basned on reports of Wisconsin price corresponidents on the
15th of eich month.
Annual prices ore straight averages of monthly data. FornmonthlY data prior
to 1032 see
B1ll1ting 80, 120, and 140, Wisconsin Crop and Livestook Reporting Service.
'Preliminary
OTHER CROPS         PO LTRY PRODUCTS
AND FEED costs
Ration'
IS  16   17 18    19  20    ZI 22    23  24
Ct,.  cta.. $  $   $    Ct.  t$.  $   T   lb&.
50 7173.  2.25 12.-78  8.83  11.2  21 3  12.55 It 2 70
5O  9  1tt.2  2 .22  10.01I  7 .72  II.6   zz0282 It .   174
312  135.2  2.92 U .88  8 .07  1 1.0  21 7  14.27  12 .9  154
98.3 162 2  4.75  51 1 029  9 I4 3.  325.  1 .3.  122.1  163
85/3 0 2003 47  4  82  l~~~~g~o~t ll'4°42  187S! s  2g3' 1 11,42t229
28
633 3274.4 8.23 143.28 108  12 3 5.75 205.2  132
7t86 3*8 2 6.84 19.42 17.26 20.2 39.2 7.71 220.8 143
14.4  38'4.3  4.22  20.682 25.8  2 2   43.827 .20  216.7  165
.23 .3  354 .8  3.97 " 2280 2.1  24.0  46.8  27  .t4  221 .t  168
79  91  02.2  2   2 . I  0.8  2 9.8  32.9  13.14  104.7  Z50
82 .02103.7  3.8 I2 1 0 43 7'11.   1 .3  zt:.   13.39  10S .7  219
64 .6  21 5.5   3.8 1 Y 5. 33  13.8   8 17. .48 30.2 8 17 0   167.8 I
8 .  2  3  3.688511  4.1 2  1 5.3 )4  18   1 3  2 85.7 3  4.2  1 737
1 .3   8 5 .  .2 7 8 3° 8   55   4 1  21.4 3 1.3 2 5   12'  297
1 7.2 is 2. 7  5.45  1.258   1  8.011  9.3  210  0  7.521 5. 61   1 63
65.0  1 89 4.72 1 33.03  16   02  20.7 8 30. 3  8. 4 0  14 . 1
60 I 2237.0  5.  3: S   1   .1 12.8   140 22 11 3 . 17.1   136.7  1 84
615.  1 2.   3.81  10   1 0.52  1 21 S 1 .0   1 .5  16 6
9 6.0   14 .8   2.4 8 .   9.70 2(. 114.8 10  24  8 10.4 4  8.2  177
2S 121 15   1 .421  10 .1) 630  701  111  1 59   7.5   52.173 1  21 1
49S   1 24 .2  1  49  9  27  6  18)  87   1 4 23 0   8 S 4  88  8  216
23.  185.  1.17  9.7(1  6.36   87   5.79   1 5   31 2
3    8514  1.04   7.0  5 ".4   8.1  16  2"   7 9  48  |  1 93
80   850.  1.02 81  1  30  5 71  9  IS 17 0  5 64 20  .  14
7s23. 9. Isn   12 7 6  1 :7  8-3   10   4   10 7.16  153   134
45.  1152  .83 At 1  1 8 11  104  11.9 810   70 8   131
36   f 12 1.  1 51  .1)  7.47  84  8  19 4  10.44  871.   101
S0'   15  146;053171    I  .3  15 49 7 4  I35   106
90 .  157  1. 81 102  8  41)  8 1 6  1 4.  114 24 81 1 8  13
4 59  5  I 8 ) 1 9 l t 6 3   191559   t   7 36 621
50.  1 4.  1.8   9.01  35 1  7 ' 5  310.   914. 75  2126
5.   ,4   9.  1 .74  9 . 8  > 6 .6 1  7.  1 9   7  31  74  2 u 204
65 .  140  1.74  90.1)   670  84   1 6 8.9 7 7 8 1 2
80   I O   8 1 ( 3 7 3   8 4 1 3 0 0 8 2 5   1 4
75  I t5  1 .770 70   730  10  3  1  451 97 0  853   136
6 5I 1    1   8 0a  I I 20 0   7   21 I 47 1   7 0 2  4 0   6 3 3 1 3 1
5511 114  771   3 7  0  1  2 3 1  2    1    3
59.  18)1.  1 7 1 1  30 ( 8 2 1 9 1 1  7  9 I   7 30 .   2106
60.  1 57.  1  . 64 9:8128   7  80  10  1 9 12 91   31  7 8.  104
70.  1 70.  1 .8   1 .0 ) 83 2  3 0  4 17 . 4.3   413 12
75   151  -  1 .77- .0,70   7  .30..0 3 14  h 36
e B  pased  on  v anlueo f ad  ingr e ent I 1 ataP I 5ons Ilt'Ii Ofleifl
I 1 -)) n  --'-
eXplant'ion  an d ad iinal mnu'thly  ilata  consult  Blulletin  140, n  ige
25.
Pounds ol poultry ration whi~h coild be purchas~ed with Irat d ozen egigs
l)ayer. The reports received from crop
rorespondenits oil September 1 show
It(h smallest nurmber of liens per flock,
thwe loest rate     of laying, and     the
sn:llest total production of eggs for
that (late since the beginning of the
record in 1925.
Egg t'roductlon
Sept. I
Sept. 1 1934 as
Sept. 1 Sept. 1 1927-31 a % of
1934   1933   Av.    1933
Wisconsin
liens and pullets
per farnm ___ 74.0
Eggs per farmn_ 27.3
Eggs p e r 100
liens & pullets 36.8
United States
Hens and pullets
per farm _-_-60.6
Eggs per farm - 18.1
Fggs  p  c  r  100
hens & pullets 30.1
72.8    70.9   101.6
27.4    25.9    99.6
37.6    36.5    97.9
63.6    68.0    95.3
19.1    21.8    94.8
31.0    32.6    97.1
IPrices Rlecelveu by Fnrmiers
The average price for Wisconsin milk
registered an upturn of 4 cents per
hundredweight from   $1.04 In July to
I,.08 in August. Market milk coti-
tililtlid tile rise that started last month
h)y increasing froni $1.35 for July to
$1.44 for August. Milk de livered to
mr,',neriis rose from $1.05 last month
to $1.11 for August. Milk for cheese
odlvanced from 91 to 93 cents in August
whil( millk deliver ed to condenseries
showed i rise fromn $1.13 In July to
$1.14 in August.
The indexes for the remainder of the
comlmodity groups, as well as the milk
groullp, sho wed increases from  July 15
to Auiguist 15.  'TFe unclassified, poultry
mi>'odl(icts, 1ll(1 graill grOups Showed the
gre tetst gauils.  iilividUial conirmmodi-
tis slowbing the largest increases were
eggS,    g.,  hay,  1   01n, ((rin  arley,  and
potltloMs. A1ll other (luiflhl(uditlCs also
iliereas. d in, p1ice from .uly ]5 to Au-
gust 15 with the exception     of sheep.
lIi ilbs, %vool, and horses.  Beef cattle
illii  m)il k  cows pl-rices  remained  un-
c halg'-d.
'ihese g ins ill farim pric s caused an
iinirca-' uI Six ploillits ill thc fai m plrice
iidox for Wi\iYoilsin fromt 76 percent
for Julyii to 82 percent of pie-war for
A.ugiust.  The  United  States index   of
plie-s paid l,y farmers for commodities
bought iniireased I poiut from   122 per-
ctnt to 12:1 periut of pie-evar.     The
WVisconisin idex of thlI, ratio of prices
r,..ived to prices pa id rose 5 points
over the July index to 67 per(ent of
pr-,wvar for August.
TIhe United Stites Farni Prices
'rhe IUnited Slates midmonth      farm
plice index rose 7 points over the July
ildex to 87 pereelnt of pre-war for Au-
gust.  This is the highest point it has
JOHN    I11AMI[l'ON
IRItANIK VAN AtSl)AIIE
Word hns reaehedl nUN recently
of the    Ientlix of Mlessrs. John
Ilanell ton si a41 Frank Valn Arm-
iale, svhio serveJ   am eroll a01
foaurn  price reporterm, respectlv4 Iy.
It is vs iti regret thalt we lenrsu
of tile Ilassimig of these aten for
they hnve been providilF the Hig-
ril cIltnill industry 'vitil aeccurate
1114 dli Ielp1ndIlule dIt n for ii nulmtit-
ber if yearsi.
'The Wieonsnla Crop lllepotiing
Service exteinds sincere Nylillp-
thy to the families of these ien.
I
I
August ----------                     .1 -     - -     - __
I . I -11  .     --_    V- r-o-


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