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Vol. XIV ([covers January 1935/December 1935])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIV, no. 5,   pp. [17]-20 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Farm and Market Prices for Milk and Dairy Products'
PRICES PAID PRODUCERS, WISCONSIN
M Milk Prices b
AT.    For    For
all  cheese butter
uses
S      S      S
1.24   1.26   1.21
1 .14  1.11   I.08
1.30   1.41    1.24
1 .33  1.31    1 .21)
1.31   I.30    1 .21
1.30   1.30    1.20
1.55   I .60   1 .42
2.14   2.22    1.85
2.53   2.53:   2.20
2.83   2.77    2.501
2.60   2.30)   2.51
1.69   1.53    I.72
1.66   I  14  t .02
2.09   2.02    1.97
1.77   1 .57   1.76
1 .90  1 .81)  I .87
1.90   I.81    1.86
2.11   2.1(5   2.02
2.15   2.0)2   2.04
2.05    I513   1.!13
1.63   1.4     1.54
1.15   1.0)7   1.12
.88    .8      . S3
97 1   .YI    .90
1.08  I1.(1(   1.0(4
.95     Xi     .87
1.08   Ili     1.01
I.1  l8  (     1.1 2
1.02     Aol    . 08
1.02     .i2  1.1)0
1.06     .Ot6  I.(J4
1.04 r   .02   1.04
I.O09     I . 7  I 1(9)
I.10    .!I8   1.08
1.10  1.03     1.09
I.20   I.1:1   1.15
1.25    1.17   1.20
1.36   1.31    1.30
I.42    1.37   1.36
1.36   1 31   1.32
1.36   I .28'  (.33'
uses,2 (cwt.)
By con.
den
series
1 .39
I .45
I .52
1 .49
1 .37
1 .63
2 .37
2 .73
3 .1)1
2 84
I .82
2 .29
1 .84
2 .04
2 .01
2 .24
2.28
2.12
(.25
.92
1 .04
I .15
1 .00
1.11
1.14
1.10
1.10
I .14
1.14
1 .lfi
I.18
1.21
I .29
1 .36
148
I .55
1 47
.I 46
Market
milk
$42
1 .42
1 .42f
I .57
I .55
1 .4:)
1 .60
2.31
2.86
3 .4)1
3 .23
I .99
I .8:3
2 .38
2.13
2 .08
2 .25
2 .34
2 .39
2.43
2.12
I .58
1 .28
1 .25
1 .39
I I.:t4
1.41
I1 40
I .1):2
I 1:12
1 .33
1 .42
1 .45
1.4)
1.52
1 .52
1 .59
I I(iO)
11 .9'
Butter.
fati
(lb.)
ea..
30.S
27.1
30.6
32.6
30.0
30.3
34.9
45.3
54.0
64.9
62.9
41 7
39 .0
46.8
43.6
46.3
45.7
50.3
51 .5
48.7
38.8
23.7
21.4
22.9
26.3
20.
25.
27 .
25.
25.
2i.
26.
28.
27.
27.
30.
31.
33.
38.
35.
37.
Farm
butter'
(lb.)
ctS.
28.9
25.2
28.5
29.4
28.4
28.3
32.1
40.6
48.2
57.7
59.1
41.7
38.6
45.7
42 .5
44 .2
43.9
47.0
47.8
46.5
37.0
27.8
20.7
21 .6
24.9
19.
24.
26.
2:3 .
24.
24.
24.
26.
25.
26.
29.
29.
32.
:17.
32.
:35.
UNITED
STATES
Butter
(lb.)
2t5.
26.4
23.2
26.7
27.4
25.5
25.9
29 .4
36.8
44.4
53.3
5S.5
37 .0
35.9
42.2
39.8
41.9
41 .3
43.7
45.6
44.9
34.8
241.7
17.6
19.1
68.i
21.6
23.5
21.0
21.5
22.2
22.1
24.3
24.0
24 .3
27 2
28.2
30.5
35.9
31 2
33.8
Milkt
(c t.)
1 .$73
1.71
1 .82
1 .86
1 .85
1 .85
1 .89
2.28
2 .77
3.13
3 .42
2.83
2 .52
2 .78
2.49
2.55
2 .50
2 52
2 .55
2.55
1.77
I .:tl
1 .29
1.48
1.50
1 .46
1.45
1 .47
11.50
1 .52
11.51
1.00
I l.(iS
1 .69
1 .76
1 .82
1 .77
1.711
WHOLESALE PRICES OF DAIRY PRODUCTS'
Butter'
(lb.)
cts.
I26.1
29.5
31 .I
28.6
28.9
31.9
41 .0
49.5
57.6
58.7
41.7
39 .2
46.0
41.2
44.2
42.8
45.8
46.0
43.8
35.3
27.0
20.1
20.8
24.8
19.4
24.4
24.5
22 4
23.2
24.2
23.6
28.3
24.8
25.9
29.0
29.5
32.6
135.0
30 8
32.8
Amer-
ican'
cts.
15.5
13.4
15.9
14.9
15.3
14 .7
18.1
23.5
27.1
29.9
26.2
18 8
19 .6
22.4
18.8
21 .9
20.2
22.7
22.1
20.1
16.5
12.5
10.0
10.2
10.8
9 .9
12.8
13.0
10.8
11.6
12.4
10.4
12.3
11.4
11 .4
12.4
12.8
14.3
15.8
14.8
14.8
Cheese (lb.)
Swiss,
cts.
17.1
13.7
17.6
17.3
14.2
15.6
24.0
28.6
34 .4
28.6
18.8
17.8
20.5
18.0
18.2
18.3
18.5
18.5
18.3
18.5
19.5
21.1
22.2
22.5
22.5
Bricks
et".
14.1
11.2
15.1
13 .4
12.6
13.0
17.0
21 .4
24 .6
28.2
23.4
16.6
16.9
21 .6
16.4
19.4
19.1
21.4
21 .4
19.1
16.0
12.1
8 .9
10 0
10.6
9 .4
12.0
11.5
9 .5
9 .9
9 .0
9 .2
I)) .4
10.3
10.8
12.4
12.5
14 .0
15.0
13.8
13.4
Lim-
burger'
cis.
13.3
10.1
14.2
13.2
11.1
12.3
16.0
21.4
23.2
28.3
25.3
18.8
17.8
23.0
17.4
19.9
20.6
20.2
20.8
19.5
16.4
13.5
9.1
11.5
11.2
10.7
11.8
12.5
10.6
10.0
10.2
10.5
10.6
11.0
11 .8
12.0
12.5
13 .3
14 .2
14.5
14 0
E.ap-
orated
milks
(case)
3.60
3.45
3.25
3.55
3 .40
3 .05
3 .65
5.20
5 .70
6 .50
6.15
5.45
4 .35
4 .85
4 .40
4 .50
4 .60
4.70
4 .55
4 .30
3 .90
3 .3
2.60
2 .55
2.70
2 .70
2 .70
2.70
2 .70
2 .70
2 .70
2 .70
2 .71)
2 .70
2 .70
2 .70
2.70
2 .82
3.00
3 .0))
3.00)
Butter.
cheese
ratio"t
S3'9
Si .
53.9
48.1
52.5
56.7
57.3
54.7
51 .9
44.6
44.2
49 2
48.2
44.2
48.8
47.2
49.6
48.0
46.0
46,4
45.1
49 .5
49.0
47.4
51 .3
52.6
52.8
45.3
50.0
51.0
43.9
46.7
45 9
44.2
42.5
42.9
43.9
45.0
47 9
45 0
WISCONSIN DAIRY RATION
COST
Cost
per
1,000
Ibs'0
12 .5
13.51
14.27
11.36
12.50
13.55
14.48
21 .87
24.98
24 .32
26.22
13.08
13.68
15.37
16.24
16.30
14.50
16.13
17.96
16.41
14 .09
9 .93
7.71
9 .06
13.61
10.67
11.14
11.34
11.34
11 .06
13.14
13.28
14 .99
16.34
16 .01
16.39
17.66
17.34
16.96
16.38
15.81
Index
1910-
1914 =
too
98
105
IlI
88
97
105
113
170
187
189
205
102
106
120
126
127
113
126
140
128
110
77
60
70
106
83
87
88
8S
86
102
103
117
127
125
128
137
135
1:32
127
123
Pounds
100 lbs.
ol milk
would
buy"
lbs.
98
84
91
117
105
96
107
98
105
116
99
129
122
136
109
117
131
131
120
125
116
116
Its
107
79
89
97
97
90
92
81
78
73
67
71
73
71
78
84
83
86
Pounds
of milk
required
to buy
100 lbs.
of dairy
ration
lbs.
102
119
110
8S
95
104
93
100
93
85
101
77
S3
74
92
86
76
76
84
80
86
86
88
93
126
112
103
103
Ill
108
124
128
138
149
142
137
141
12
119
120
116-
IFor mootthly quotationos prior to 1932 and detailed iloformatioto regarding
sources on all
commcolities except condeoosed milk snd milk used for butter, see Bulletios
90, 120, and
140, Wiscoosin Crop anid Liveotock Reporting Servire.
2Qutations are the average for the month ax reported by Wisconsin crop correspondents.
Anooxal averages nre computed by weighting moiothly data by milk production
per cow.
3 Quottios refer tstbor15tbo ol tle mouth ao roported by Wisoonsit and United
States
price repo.rters.  Anooal prices, except the Wisconsnin farm butter price,
are weighted
averages of monthlv o~lta. For the U. S- milk for fluid use is the chief
outlet for whole
milk eold, beoce tloe E  S. farm price exceeds Wisconsin where the bulk of
the output
is manufactured.
4All antoual quotations are straight averages of monthly prices.
I Wholesale price of 82-score butter at Chicago.
a Wholesale prices ol the WisGnOIsi! cleese exchaalge. Prior to April, 1926
prices were
quoted on daisies, thereafter on twins.
Averages of weekly quotations on No. I round Swiss at Monroe, Wisconsin as
published
in the Green County Herold.
Averages of weekly quotations at Monroe, Wisconsin from the Green County
Herold.
5 Wholesale prires of advertised brands per case of 48 tall cans. Prices
from 1910 to 1920,
icil. are manufacturers prices as published in Federal Trade Commission Report
on Milk
and Milk Products. Quotations from 1921 to date are wholesale p~ices per
case in car-
load lots at New York City as published by the Evaporated Milk Assoiation.
Size of
can was changed from 16 oz. to 14 '/2 oa. in January 1931.
0 Value of 1000 pounds of grains and concentrates in a typical dairy ration
for Wisconsio,.
Pounds of feed grains and other concentrates in typical Wisconsin dairy ration
which
could be purchased with 100 pounds of milk.
12 Prices of American checese (twins) on the Wisconsin Cheese Exchange at
Plymouth di-
vided by the price of 92-score butter at Chicago, as published in this table
to 1920, but
following that basic prices are carried further decimally.  'Preliminary.
MAI DAIRY REPORT
('ro o  coorrles ond0llciottss  toporotoch d av.ctage
milk   prodloctioto per cow   in hIsrd ats
1.27 "(Poundls for 2lay, 1, ais increase of
p '''''  t- t  :1 IoI ve  a  y r  toglo.  N'Whilo  tho
touoitsb'o  of  Illilk  ccow.s  per,  f:rti  (le-
-lilled s per(v]it bolcow last year, millk
pltOdUO tion pot ;lrom  for May I declined
only I 1t Irce-lit beolow  i yoear  ogo 2oood
13  1pr, r(-iot  1-  1m   tlh.  s-yeat  avelrig',
1925 -1!912. 'Tlhw  perocvn li:oge  of  covvs
freslheoitng (lIIinog April was about !I
pe(srcet ahov( 'i ya a ra ago.  Milk 1)2o-
dlottionl dolato  'I5  rpootlol Iy  Crop  corre-
spoliolodots ilre  sbo\\-s i1  th(o  accotsspany-
itog taololo.
)3r.:till  aojiol  con centrates  fedc  per  cows
i1  11e1(1  tor1  Mo1:ty  1  \sore  reportedl  ais
3.96 pololdoos acocordinsg to daity conrr-
Msocot( lits conoipiocrod to 4.23 pounds a
soar   ogo, It decline of 6.4 pelreit. The
feooo  too  ltor  o os  ill  Ito o(o  w as  th u  s.o Inoe
as  l)  ol o nionll  ill  ocootto   to  a  Uisootol  s  :t-
sonol deoline of 2.4 percent.  The nuino-
loor of pounds of feed 100 pounds of
milk   would   b(cy  increased   from   83
so unids for March to 86 pounds for
April. This mole favorable feed ratio
was dio(- to decreased feed costs.    Far
bsetter pasture conditions compared to
the same date last year alosog with tho-
incentixe to turn cows on pasture 00cr-
lier due to short feed supplies havo- re-
sultecd in more than twice th(s prolor-
tion of feed for milk cows being se-
cured frosn pastures thatn woos the Case
lbust year.
An   increase of 24 percent in the
lotomnblol  of  calxves  itoing  raisel  aubove  00
yearl :goo is relported by the dairy cor-
iesponldelIts for Aplril. This suggests
flsot thl  higher prie 00s 1woinig paid fol
:ittle arce rosnltitg in a sharp incrlease
i00  tls   noum loer  of  coolvos  hoelisg  rais cld.
Unsited Stistem Milk Prodiuctiosns
A~l illnrease (of 2 percenst ill milk plro-
o uctioto  P r (p r0o11 i l crop   reportor's
hesrds folr MoLy 1 compareod to th( soome
doato 00 year Ogo was reioorttd for the
country ats a whole. Most of the stites
continucd to slosw at gradual ilncreaus
except in the states most seriotlsly atf-
fectod  by  last year's   drought.  De-
(c'rease's in prolductioll per cow, com-
loocrood to last year, were largely con-
hieol to the West North Central group
of stlates, some of the bordering States
such as Illinois and Colorado, and to
th(  Pacific Northwe-st.  InI the  latter
:t root, palSttll (  otlditions were poon,, due
lorgely to lateness. oiast of th(- Mis-
sissippi, compared to last yu-oor, tho im-
plrovenilont  in  plsttules  and  highei
prices of dairy products, have largoly
offset the effect of the shortooge anocd
high cost of grain.
Milk Prodletlon May 1
19271-
11.32   19:35:
saver- an a %
1933 1f34  sage sof 1.U4
Per ftaren_ 2184.1 23S.7 277.7    9f.1
1P e r v o %v
wsatlked  ---- 21.1f 20.r52 2:1.410  1038.2
Per cowv In
hserd ------- 17.27 11.01) 19.00  107.3
I unite[ Stitlen
Per cows li
herd  ---- -  11.871 13.54 15.1#  102.:1
Itlalted Stiates Cold Storage Holdlings
Storage- stoocks of creamobry buttor o0n
Mocy 1 were only     47 percent cof the
stocks osn hand a year ago aund 39 per-
co0t of the 5-year average, 19:30-1934.
18
Year
1910. ----
1911.
1912
1913  .--- -
1914  -----
1915--  --
1916 - - -
1917 - ---
1918 - - -
1919.---
1920 ---
1921 .....
1922 --
1923 - - -
1924 - - -
1925-
1926-
1927 - - -
1928 ---
1929  ----
1930  --- -
1931  --- -
1932--   -
1933 - - -
1934 - - -
Jsn.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
June--
July-  -
Aug.---
Sept.---
Oct. - -
Nov..
Dec.
1935 - -
Jsan.
Feb..
Mar. -
Apr. -
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