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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. 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
General Trend of Farm Prices and Purchasing Power
Wisconsin
Index Numbers ol Wisconsin Farm Prices
(Average of prices January, 1910,-Detember, 1914 =100)
2       3
T.
'33
99     101
92     111
101     111
102      85
106      93
99     117
122     125
176    200
192    216
205     188
200     211
123     114
119     100
111     102
116      18
138     133
152     114
142     121
143     130
148     116
130      95
89      67
63     5S
64      68
78     101
6,      82
7 4     84
73     83
71      83
69     83
68      97
71    1 99
80     1 12
90     124
8:1    120
84     118
82     15 24
94     122
1001    120(
104       7
1)i     1 15
W(;f     97
4      5
101     98
85     90
95    103
Ito    105
Ill    104
101    103
119    123
175    169
200    200
209    224
173    226
102    134
107    131
99    165
103    140
13:3   ISO
145    150
136    167
145    170
152    162
129    129
85     91
,'i    70
53     76
5     85
48     75
58     85
o7     87
5')    81
54     81
52     84
55     82
()1    86
78     87
67     89
65     95
64     99
8S    10S
93    112
108,   108
107    108
1W.0   100
114     920
6      7
*1
.5     i
s 5
o       0
103     84
91     99
101    117
100     94
104    105
101     80
117    142
I55    208
184    157
195    204
218    299
160    161
141    143
141    123
146    129
160    154
158    216
144    183
153    140
160    144
124    170
95    107
80     68
70     85
85    101
78    104
75    117
74    113
72    104
72     97
65     93
68    108
84    115
99    109
101     86
120     83
lIS     83
Ill     83
120     8:3
58     80
107     85
112     8.S
10      ,;
8
100
102
108
89
101
107
218
254
218
215
178
116
127
129
128
142
189
1277
154
57
71
90
115
126
126
126
126
126
126
103
1283
103
103
103
10'3
103
103
10:3
103
I 01
1013
1()'3
1(1:3
82
85
103
133
173
172
172
119
123
121
130
115
118
121
80
82
80
897
15
98
99
104
101
119
117
124
124
128
13(1
129
124
124
Purchasing
Power
10
. i
101
90
102
103
105
96
98
116
'i'i
106
101
84
92
97
101
101
101
89
73
62
64
64
67
67
63
62
63
63
66
71
88
71
71
80
83
83
84
81
789
11     12
-
100
88
103     97
104     100
104     103
98    104
99     117
113    124
114    133
111    143
112    171
88     168
88     154
109     147
92     139
96     130
97     125
109     122
110     120
100    119
89     117
73     104
65     81
70      80
84      80
64    - - -
71     -
72
n8
69    - - -
67
69
69
71
79
88
88
85
81     820
85
United States,
13
a
102
95
100
101
101
98
118
115
202
213
211
125
132
142
143
156
145
139
149
146
126
87
65
70
90
77
83
84
82
82
85
87
96
103
102
101
101
107
108
"II
108
104
Index Numbers of United States Farm Prices
(Average o0 prices August, 1909-July, 1914 -100)
14
.5
104
96
108
92
102
120
126
217
227
233
232
112
106
113
12Y
157
131
128
130
120
100
63
44
62
93
76
79
79
77
78
89
81
106
112
109
109
116
115
114
111
115
112
102
18
.1
I
i
103
87
95
108
112
104
120
174
203
207
174
109
114
107
110
140
147
140
151
156
133
92
83
80
68
55
85
88
64
64
64
66
88
82
74
72
73
96
105
117
117
118
119
16
i
99
95
102
105
102
103
102
135
163
186
156
143
159
149
153
152
155
158
157
137
108
83
82
96
84
92
95
91
91
92
94
97
99
100
105
107
112
121
114
117
107
100
17
S
I
104
91
100
101
108
101
118
155
186
208
223
162
141
146
149
163
159
144
153
162
129
100
82
75
89
82
78
74
72
72
72
76
86
104
108
125
119
114
119
97
105
110
108
18     19     20
Is
101    - -    113
102     ----- 101
94    - -     87
107    ---     97
81   ---      85
82    - ---   77
100   -- -    119
118         - 187
172 -1-       245
178   ---     247
191        _  248
157   ----101
174     ---   156
137     S O   216
125   1       212
172    15:31  177
138    143    122
144    121    128
176    159    152
141    149    144
162    140    102
98    117     63
82    102     47
74    105     64
100    102     99
86    102     82
87    101     93
97     79     94
96     98     94
110     89     80
137     80     94
113    102     99
101    108    107
93    133    110
98    110    107
94    107    107
85    130    109
87    117    108
8!    188    108
90    162    102
1035   156    103
08    127    105
101)    58    103
21
E
98
101
100
lo0
XsO
105
124
149
176
202
201
152
149
152
152
157
155
153
Is5
153
145
124
107
109
Illg
119
120
120
121
121
122
125
126
126
126
126
126
127
127
127
127
127
'Prep ored by the 13are ou of tgricultural Economics, United States Department
of Agriculture.
'Includes potatoes, tobacco. canning peas, and clover sec3.  "Includei
dry beanm, flax seed, hay, dry pet,, solur beets, and wool.
'Thc rdtio of the Index number of prices received for Wioconsin farm products
to the revised United States Ilden number of prices paid for commodities
farmers buy.
'Theratiooftheindex number of Wiscotosin milk prices to the revised United
State3index number of prices pidd for commodities farmers buy.  'Average
of estimated values, 1912-14 - 100
'These ilenx numbers are I) el onl retill pricesp hid by farmers for commodities
used in livig timid prodoction, reported quorterly for March, June, September,
and December. revised.
Ilndexes for other months are i1oterpolations from the quarterly data.
'Purchasing povwer of tbe f ,rmnr's dolklr expressed :05 the rbtio of the
i: lex of prices reeived to the revised inodes of price pald for commodfities
farmers buy.  'I'relimirnry.
g Ege ooo 'o dil tinoo
Egg-S  prloducltionl oil \V~is voIsill (;1In'Is
o)il  J lo y  1,  xvts  2.1  1 00r ec ot  gl' ontolo   tha1i1
it  Nvaso  It  ct'.l' a go  an : od  !.1  pl  r<Colit  tobovo
thn.   !i28  12  v oi  og o 1. V olo   tIllo  m  o l-oo o
sue ssiv e llolith it II:IS h"( (Il gl'(';t('l
th a o vll   : jocojotls  :0 111   tll, o   g loa iv -
or oge.  .\l tllollglo  tlo vo  w ,' o  2.3  10r0
c o-lit  t o  o Itotoll ,s   o i0l  fl, ili -  trlo o   to  '0  0 10
:Igo,  ilnorootosn dl  latyiong  ol  ;.t;  l00r'  00llt
\o aS  Mornoe  thanil   o'tIoogh  to  oolseot  th,
deconetons  resuilting  itl  to  2.1  1)I're'lo t  gsli
ilo  {'it ig  110(>1 1 o 't  0000.
%%isooso Ea Podutioll
.July I
Ju  yI  I 1  1113:  ots
,uIiip  I  .1J1ly  I  0192S4-32  it  '0  of
I 15: t,,  If 93Al : N e a g  11:931
hlels,. It II (I
fnIrls     - 75.     7111.5   711.11 117.7
Egg.ll       jx.4 ,e,, r4,}
tim -r     --  :113 . I  : tI 4.l  :1(3 . 1  102.1
lI~es I b4' I-
011 41   I8lE11                      I 01  a  l t;  .  07.11  1   11.1
Wage:{'    :|lk|] Fitriol [,I a   r
\\Vis o llsill  l i'itoo'Is  \v'0 000  Ip l   iong
ooltlOo.\ lult  higlioli  v ngos  to   tIlil   hitli(l
lb-lp   0000  J oly   1   11011il 0   yetio   ago,  bill(d
tiloo   S. on o oo l   tonix  toOv'lil c   l n   locojoll   g oa totol
Sill('(  .\ApIo il  Iill I1  it  \' tIs   t l 'ijo g  (lb,
sn lool o  )l 'rioob l   0,1   hlO t  V olli11' l   J uoly   I
th   0 a\v..r*:go  Xvitgo  tot  1000lr  tllOlt1 I v'ithl
1o  toool  Nv  as   $2  1.0 01  ool  xvithout  1  too  ol
k$';l S.  IIloool  tolool  \ oero  r0e e - ving   $5.201
p(lo   ottoy   Nvitl   lbootIod   tIlool  $1.85   Avitiho Il
Ioo:tlto(,  41(-cordili,   to  0por ts  of'  \Wis o010-
tSi-l  nr0o1)  corlsl~os oldellts.  Thle vo xtgo
rattoS ,I0 Jutly I of  toist ye0l1 oxole soll0 -
xAvihtt  looxoo,  lhi ool  10i00  recuivinlg   $18 3.7
1000  0 0 0t 0  w oth   loototr t  toltot  $2l9lo.o 0   w iltl -
ouit ilxoarli  'riii- ;lv(",,og, rnti- i>ai(i it),
,1:1o t   la st  yl:0 1 1  o t oxs o1.011   v It o t 1 0:1 01 0 .( ll
$1.40  xvitloolt  boo(lt o.,
.\  (oe o l  t   iso  Iill  t110   I I i)oIol  o f   fto oo
Iolooor  anool  0000  il O OSO  il  11i   (the   demaO d
ololo io g   tIh   olIISt  y0110  iS  r0OSm Imlo siloI  foo
the   increase    in   fniinm o  ages.   There
xvas  sligihtl  0000000  h1ir0d1  1h11- I, oil  It'lISon
0000 July  1 thmn to yaitlo go. AIore hell)
IS  11Ooedo'o   to  ntarvlxst  het vix lot  C o)s  thi llo
vItS  nesdetood  1  y('o.r ago  x ith  lighter
yihdos roetsltinog froont th(i doouglt.
W\ixt'o lsoill  1' I1-lk  I 'l uc(m
A5  do htotyeol  seasOolial  otO\ovlltil00l1  toloog
X  itlo  :1t1o lbilli ilo o e(   cof   llostilre   Corln -
llilnod  this  1o110oth  to  ronSolt  in  a  (l('olinle
of 11 ((lltS fioon thno I)Ir(ViouS onootth in
to(vloo  g ((lliteS  l)lLid  Wisconoosin  farn,-
0 0S  for   011ilkI to  $1.186 1oo i hundred-
xx eigiht for Jlluno. (If thei xtoriotus utili-
%lltionS, prices- 1)atid for mtoilk delivered
Iool us(  Il condelnserios doelined       most
slltldlly  frontol $1.32 p0er hltunoredxveight
foor Alo ty  to  $1.15 for Junoe.   Milk   de-
lis(o ood  too ninitliet milk esttoblislhnllelots
0roolplol-  II cenots to $1.41 1)e  htunidred-
Nxoiglot.   Mlilk delixerold for usl! ili both
hoheoso tIool bilttt l dotolinled I centlts fonom
OIlo iot ox ious omnonth.
28
Purchasing
Power
*19I
5-
1910 --
1914  --- -
1912  -
1913 --
1914 -
1915 -
19186
1917  --- -
1918
1919
1920
1921-
1922
1923
1924 -
1925 -
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1935
Jan.
Feb
Mae.
Apr.
May
June
.04
LE
.0.
99
91
102
104
105
101
122
173
196
214
203
128
125
137
128
144
151
154
15S
155
129
66
70
81
71
80
80
76
75
76
77
83
89
86
89
90
108
I01
106
107
103
999
23
too
108
ii
't
117
-9-
100
103
103
108
117
128
140
170
157
138
135
130
127
128
118
117
116
115
106
89
73
76
790"
22
0.
e.0
.  0.
104
94
100
INf
100
101
93
1915
117
115
105
105
82
89
93
94
99
94
91
96
95
87
70
61
64
66
70
70
68
68
10
71
77
82
81
80
80
85
87
85
87
85
82
i('
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