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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIV, no. 7,   pp. [25]-28 PDF (1.9 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Farm and Market Prices for Milk and Dairy Products,
PRICES PAID PRODUCERS, WISCONSIN
Milk Prices by uses2 (cwt.l
A,. |Fr        For  By con- Mrkt
all   cheese  butter  d-en   milk
use  _              eriws___
1.24   1.26    1.21   1.39   1.42
1.14   1.11    I.0S   I.39   1.42
1.30   1.41    1.24   1.45    I.1ti
1.33   1.31    1.29   1.52    1.57
1.31    130    1.21   1.49    1.55
1 .30  I13(    I.23   1.37    1.43
1.55   I.60    1.42   1.63    1.60
2.14   2.22    1.85   2,37    2.31
2.53   2 .53   2.20   2.73    2.86
2.83   2.77    2.at)  3.16   :1.46
2.60   2.30)   2.;3   2 81    3.23
1.69   1.53    1.72   1.82    1.99
1.66    1 .64  I.62   1 .72   t.R3
2.09   2.02    1.97   2.29    2.38
1.77    1.57   1.76   1.84   2.13
1.90   1.89    1.87   2.04   2.08
1.90    1.81   10.86  2.04   2.25
2.11   2 05    2.02   2.24    2.34
2.15   2.02    2.04   2.2S    2.39
2.05    1.83   1.63   2.12    2.43
1.63   1.49    1.54   1.69   2.12
1.15   1.07    1.12   1.25    1.58
.8S    .Sl    .83     .92    I .28
.97      I     .90   I.04   1.25
1 .0S   1.9    1 1.01  1.15   1.39
.95     .3i    .8    I .03   I.3 1
1.0Y   I .0i   1.01   1.It    1.41
1.10    1.08   (.02   1.11    1.40
1I02     .15    .18    I.1(  I1.32
1.02     .I2 1.9)     1.101   1.30
1 .06    .li ).1      1.14    1.32
1.04    .!2Y   11.01  1.14    1.33
1.09    .! 7     .) I I I )6  (.42
1.10     .918  I 083  1.18    1.15
1.10     03I (:  I 99  I 21   1.43
1.20    .1:3   I.15   ).29    1 52
1.25  I,17     1 .21 I 139    1
1.36   1.31   1.30 1    4)    12 ;
1.42  1 .17   1:16   1.5; I  .i;
1.36   1.3     1.32   1.47   1)16)
1.35 1 1.27    1.31I  1 47   1.61
I 2'    I1.    I.l    1).32   I 5
I  15  I  )ll  I.t.)  I.19'   1.45
fatb
(lb.)
cis.
30.5
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
25 .3
2D.
25.
27.
25
25.
2i.
2z .
23.
27.
27.
30.
31.
33.
13.
35.
37.
32
23.
batter'
(lb.1
eta.
28.9
25.2
28.5
29.4
28.4
28.3
:32.1
40.6
48.2
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
21.9
19.
24 .
26.
2:1.
24.
24.
24 .
211.
23.
2i.
21 .
29 .
32.
:37 .
V.1
3,.
2).
2;
UNIT
srAr
Butter
lat,
(lb.)
23.4
23 .2
26 .7
27.4
25.5
25.9
29.4
35.8
44.4
53.3
37.0
35.9
42.2
39.89
41.9
41 .3
43.7
4S.6
44.9
34.8
24.7
17.6
19.1
'-is -i -
21 .6
21.5
21.0
21.5
22 .2
22.1
24.3
21 .0
21 .3
27 2
26 2
30.5
35:.
31 2
31.8
27.5
217
ED       WHOLESALE PRICES OF DAIRY PRODUCTSa
ES
Milk'
(I (.).
1 .73
1.71
I .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
2.30
1 .77
1 .31
1 .29
1 .48
1 .50
1 .411
I .45
1 .4 6
l .51)
1.7;2
I .32
) .t31
1 .78
I .S2
I .71)
1.78
1 71
1 1i'
Butter'
(lb.)
cis.
25.1
29 .5
31.0
23.6
23.9
31.9
41.0
49.5
57.6
53.7
41 7
39 .2
46.0
41.2
4$ 2
42.8
45 .8
46 .0
43.8
35.3
27 .0
20.1
24.8
19.4
24.4
24 .5
22.4
23.2
24.2
23.6
2;.3
24.8
25.9
29 .0
29)5
32 .6
3; 0
39 8
32 .8
25.0
21.5
Ch.es (lb.)
Aner- Swiss' Brick'
icans
cls.  rIS.    cts.
15.5   17 .1  14.1
13.4   1:3.7  11.2
15.9   17.60  15.1
14.9   17.:3  13.4
15.3   14.21 12.6
14.7   15.5   13.0
18.1   24.0   17.0
23.5   28.6   21.4
27.1  :34.4   24.6
21.9   - . .  28.2
2i.Z   31. 8  23.4
19 8   2 8.0  10.6
19.6  -------  16.9
22.4   29.0  321.6
18.8  .   .   16.4
21.9      .   10 .4
20.2          19.1
22.7          21.4
22.1     .    21.4
20.1 -- ----  19.1
16.5 .- --    16.0
12.5   21.7   12.1
10.0   16.8 ,  8.9
10.2   18.6   10.0
10.8   18.8   10.6
9.9   17.8    9.4
12.8   19 .5  12.0
13.0   211.5 I 11.5
10.8   11.9    9.5
11.6   18.0    9.9
12.4   18.2    9.0
10.4   18.5    9.2
12.3   18.5   10.4
11.4  1IS.5   10.3
11.4 1 IS    10.8
1Z.4  1 8.    12.4
12.8   1 5    12.5
14.3   21 1   14.0
15.8   22.2   15.0
14.8   22.5   13.8
14.8   22 5   13.4
13.2   22.5   12.5
12.2   22.5   12.0
Lim-
burger5
rts.
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
10.5
18.4
13.5
9.4
11.5
11.2
10.7
11.8
12.5
10.6
10.0
10.2
10.5
10.0
11.0
11.8
12.0
12.5
13.3
14.2
14.5
14.0
13.5
13.0
Evap-
orated
milk'
(ese.)
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 .30
2.60
2.55
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2 .70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2 .70
2.82
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
Butter,
cheese
ratio"'
53.9
48.1
53.5
52 5
56 7
57.3
54.7
51 .9
44.6
44.2
49.2
46.2
44.2
48.8
47.2
49.6
48.0
46.0
46.4
46.1
49.5
49 .0
47 .4
51 .3
52.6
52.8
48.3
150.0
151.0
43.9
46.7
45.9
44.2
42.5
42.9
43.9
45.0
47.9
45.0
50.8
52.1
WISCONSIN DAIRY RATION
cosT
Pounds
Cost   Index   Pounds of milk
per    1910-  100 lbo. required
1.000  1914 =  of milk to buy
lb.10   100    would 100lbs.
buy' ol dairy
,&7 on
S      %       lbs.   lbs.
12.59      98      98     102
13.51     105      84     119
14.27     1II      91     110
11.36      88     117      85
12.50      97     105      95
13.55     105      96     104
14.48     113     107      93
21.87     170      98     100
24.98     187     105      93
24.32     189     116      85
26.22     205      99     101
13.08     102     129      77
13.66     108     122      83
15.37     120     136      74
16.24     128     109      92
16.38     127     117      86
14.50     113     131      76
16.13     128     131      76
17.96     140     120      84
16.41     128     125      80
14.09     110     116      86
9.93      77     116      86
7.71      60     115  .   88
9.06      70     107      93
13.61     108      79     126
10.67      83      89     112
11.14      87      97     163
11.34      88      97     103
11.34      88      90     III
11.06      86      92     108
13.14     102      81     124
13.26     103      78     128
14.99     117      73     138
16.34     127      67     149
16.01     125      71     142
16.39     128      73     137
17.66     137      71     141
17.34     135      78     128
16.96     132      84     119
16.38     127      83     120
16.21     126      84     119
15.12     118      84     119
13.55     105      86-    117'
I For monthly quotations prior to 1932 and dotailed irformation regarding
solurces on; all
commodities except condensed milk and milk used f,,r bhtter, see Bulletins
90, 120, and
140, Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Itepirting Service.
2 Quotations are the average for the in):to as rep arted by Wisconsin crop
correspondents.
Annual averages are computed by weighting monlthly data by milk production
per eow.
Quotations refer to the 15th of the moath :as reparted biy Wisconisin and
United States
price reporters. Annual prices, xcept the Wisconsin farm butter price, are
weighted
averages of monthly data. For the U. S. milk for (lid use is the chief outlet
for whole
milk sold, hence the U. S. farm price exceeds Wisconsin where thc bulk of
the outplat
is manufactured.
All annual quotations aire straight averages of monthly prices.
5 Wholesale price of 92-score bitter it Chicago.
Wholesale prices onl the Wiaconsiu cheese exchange.  1'rilr to April, 1920
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 ilerold.
IAverages of weekly quotations at Monroe, Wisconsin from the Green Cotunty
Herold.
IWholesale prices of advertised brands per case of 48 tall cans. Prices from
1910 to 1920,
inel. are maniafacturers prices as published in Federal Trade Commission
Report on Milk
al)d Milk lProducts. Quotations from 121 to date are wholesale prices per
case in car-
load lots at New York City as published by the Evaporated Milk Association.
Size of
cai was changed from 16 ox. to 14 V2 os. in January 1931.
II Value of 1000 pounds of grains and concentrates in a typical dairy ration
for Wisconsin.
II Poands of feed grains and other concentratos in typical Wisconsin dairy
ration which
could be purchased with 100 pounds of milk.
2 IPrices of American cheese (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.
sugalr beets shloVw   a 9 1weIent d ('Il lSS',
city   lo,1 1ins   a  17   1l cre llt  ,1,c te a sv,  a1115
dciy  l)o1s ;a 14 percelt dlecretase.       lli,
;LCI  acm  of  W ild  lhayv  to  In.  cIt  is  csti-
nuntedl 1t 15 percellt less tihati , y8i1
algo.
'i'lCe total 11r ela in ctops shows s alout
al ti.9 per'Ir','t ll('l'l':SI fro 1'11  il al 3  og Io,
tile   illetas      Iletlg  in   tile  alIttIfa,
c')o\'f't  mid( timolsthy, midf  gralin  cropis.
A4 itte a sthai a Jtily  C  r pi  I'rosatect'i;
h'elt hal3'y Cl'O)S, sluall glins cIropS, :Itn
1)stutt1l S '  ar  in good to, excellent COll-
dlitists.  I     coa d e,,,,1, wvet wv'eaithel dlurinig
.l u it,- his  hven1  idleil  for   h(-st  haly
growthl. Ilw3   lcuttilIg wais in full sOVilig
elIltilng til, hlist we'k ill .JItie and vielIds
ar, tels(rt     itI Ie the    b(est in   years.
Ilowever, rainy weather has intel fered
COnsidl-NflYly With, II;arVSliIlg S(11C 11ly
1)'ilg   1   l(u11(C ,l(  to  a  floo1   (111uality .  'T'1s
(drought hillel soie      of th' 111    11. ce-
oge- last     at1 illid so1ie tiNlds are 0spo1t-
ted, lbut aill the n1,4' sOee(dilIgs  11 doitIg
eXCaltionall y Av eI.
Whlelat, oats, nildl balrli y  ate  hlealing
ko11t :and~ allthoughF~ pll:,tiffsi waos delayt0 d
I his SlllrilIg  I1h,  glrow ilIg  seasOlSt has
l,0e,  favoralbIe  aInd their (onditi oll is
goeod. The hairvest of W~interl grlills
will  soon11  1),  (11 oi it  Fg,)()(o 3  ieldso  in
pIosplect.  The JItly 1 (otlnlitioti of co(r
is the lowest It has been sin1ce 1926. A
cool, vet spring delayed plantilng aliel
cool, Wet, cloudy weather, Nvith very
little suls1le, has been      lif11vo)alle
for th, b) st vorn growth.
C'iash (crops IIrI not doi gla  110 w ll aS
h11y 1111d gsllila clops. The plIlaltilngs of
tobacco( , chbiIFer(. anlld  Int:(- potaltoes
h1vce blen deelayed by wet wvathler ilil-
ili (IllIbl);1ge f ll  tobaceo  plants have
grown    too  lIa rg  for  tIanlspllalnting.
The aelieage of tobacco will, no doulit,
be r odue(d belowv ealierh- ilit(ntiolis be -
184us1 it is g'ttilIg too late to plant.
Thi   pot~ltato  rop  is  belolw  avertegle.
1oli1e  s0(1d  h11s  tott ed  in i i ,  grounid9
(-ilsinIg an utleve-n stalnd. Cabbage is
beitlg Iffected bry aplh1idls, 11nd the lite
pea. crop  pospects have ' ben g rently
reduced because of pea lice Infestation.
The early pea Crop is now beillng eannilled
with some fine yields reported. The
dlry bean condition is about the same
as it was a year ago.
Unilted Sttes Crops
(tlops ats oft' to a bout all aI verage
Stalrt oIl an acreage that is well above
the iereilge stilIlding alt this time last
3esiir, belt below the acreage of other re-
cent years.   1owvever, as less of the
clelItltry has liveni stiffering from  lack
of' rain  thlair ill any  summer since
1927,  the  nere-age  of  spsritng  crops
abandonddll d is eXxpected to 1e much less
t(lbn in reclent droughlt scasoIs. There
has lbeen 11 snllstantilcl imPIrovement
1i9 p19st11rCs, ratiges, and hay crops In
the drought areas. Livestock that was
on short raItions is again feeding ott
gl ten pastures.
I l'rspects for crops are very uneven.
In the West, livestock is rapidly re-
coveringg and it some areas thriving;
there is neatly the usual supply of
Water for irrigation   and   about the
tlsuall aICY(ege of  11ops is blinlg growIt.
Ill the  Ilorthelrn stiltes of the 1934
dtroughit lirea, farmers, encouraged by
goodl spring lains, have overcotne the
handicaps of a shortage of seed and
have platited their spring grains. Far-
ther to the soutthwest where winter
26
Year
1910--
1911
1912
1913
1914  --  -
1915
1916-
1917    -
1918 I   .
i919  - -
1920
1921
1922
192    .
1924   --
1925
192 5
192 7
19203
1920
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934.
san.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Jane
July-
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Not,.
1935-
san.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May--
June
)
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