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Vol. XVI ([covers January 1937/December 1937])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XVI, no. 1,   pp. [1]-8 PDF (4.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Prices Received by Wisconsin Farmers for Farm Products'
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY, AND WOOL
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.358.90  7.23 53.67
7.65 5.83 8.22 66.90
C.SS 5.04 7.95 62.30
S.47 5.90 8.S7 64.80
1.17 7  1.52 11 .46 77.65
1C.09 8.71 13.1 3S5.70
6.52 902 14.31 104.25
12.93 7.82 12.47 |104.38
,7.61 4.587 7.62 5 8.20
S.32 4.541 7.73 57.0
6.97 14.57 7.91 62.31
7.2 14.7 8 .l17 63.71
0.87 5.8 9.17 66.25
11.7 5.73 10.14  St.5
9.:S 8.4 10.S  89.85
874 I8 22 12.14 1D02.41
9.50 8.3 12.43 1107.2!
8.628.54 19.87 81.41
S.78 4.37 6.70 58.8!
3.33 3.07 4.60 35.7!
3.44 283 4.31 3S.5:
4.12 2.91 4.51 35.9'
8.57 5.21 7.05 53.4t
6.80 3.68 S.S0 42.
7.10 1.43 5.98 46.
8.22 5.01 6.60 52.
8.05 3.20 6.80 57.
8.10 5.51 6.8061.
8.60 5. 6  7.00 64.
8.68 S. 186.50 63.
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10.40 5.70 8.21 61.
9.60 5.69 8.23 63.
8.5D 5.40 8.00D 63.
8.70 5.30 8.10 67.
9.12 S.1  7.51 63.2
8.90 55  8.510 71.
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8.60 3.40 7.20I 67.
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'All prices based on reports of Wisconsin price correspondents on the 15th
of each month. Annual prices are straight
Bulletins 80, 120, and 140, Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.
23-mosath average.         6-month average.
Currenst Chlansges
L(,wer, stocks of most dairy proidsicts,
slightly higher fsrni plrihs, clstitilled
heavy slssuglhterings of livestock, aold
a fairly ligjI level of b!,silless sectivity
sind  i rdustrial pI Iid  ictio S  cl i:r, i ize
the current situsition.
I (old-storatgeI holditigs of creatsllie
I bsstter  on1   Jsits i atlsy   1  were' bsuilit  ti1,-
|228,100 pounuls wlhicli is '11 percent less
tlosin the mouth plreviotis, but still is
52 percent aboVe sI yar sigo atnd neasrly
24 percent above the 5-y-ar aiverige.
()nly  a  smslll a:mount of Atnericano
cheese moved out of storaige durisug
Ilecember, lesiving net holdings ott Jan-
e, try 1 of about 94,860,!000 pounds.
These holdings are 4 percent less than
at month previous, but over 9 percent
aibove a year agi, and over 27 percent
;Lbove the 5-year a~vera:ge. Ilolditgs of
Swiss cheese of 4,375.,000 potstsds o0l
January 1 were slightly lower thsin s
E smonth ago and msterially locwer thiti
at year ago and the 5-year siverage.
Total cheese in cold storage ol Jasn-
isary 1 was 110,371,000 pounds or nearly
t percent l]ss thsni a month sngo, bit!
''vet 1il percent sabove the holdings s
c Yar ago andl 25 petrcentot above the
'-year aversige.  Storage holdings of
frozen poultry ill the Utoited States in-
creased as!out 27.7 plereent dnsring De-
ctiilit to ;i tot;tl of' I ST7,417!.l,00 1jOIlilIs
onl  ,!allttassy  1 , l   Iarg,-st  cold-storat55
hiolditigs (lsisisg 20 yeairs of records.
Thletsc ho1lilings \\ss're 74.6 ipol e t Ilsrgot
Itlisis  S  yes  e -arlier  S1sisd  OS,  l5w r clit
'arget'  tlist  tile  ,,-t C15  SL ver*s!gOc
Sto chs OIf dy wc ss' 1  its o* Dil'l;,  I ll-
cle   1  w  ir  abo,,tuit  IlI!MS,1110  o l   si Idls.
Whlicho  is  IlesiLly  :  4  pet, (i- t  d loj  fro,,
a   1to0 tot  1sg s,  hist  5,  pelrCe itt  g1eis tir
thOlst  it  YOM:ss  sign  sitsd  11)  perCellt  111i11'
than   the  5-y. iar aiversige.  Dry   slin
tiillc 11o1( by ianunfauct-iures o0l Dects-
bhr  1  xsI  21,0'18.0II!0  pounildsn,  (1n  IsesII cy
12) percent :,bove at sosotol before, i;s,
t ; perceist over the     stocks   relspolrtd
to Iloive lbeen lseld si year sgo x ithl :Sit
increase of 47 pelrceit over the 5-yes
;IvCritg0.  Stisiks of dry IhtterIllilk otl
Decemoiber   1   xwtre  .i,.191,00tl  posslids,
wvhiclh is slightly  lowv fr thanit a inontlo
previonis, nearl y 6 Per cet h ss thaI it
year before. a5sd 20 pel'iint less thliit
the 5-ye:ir iveriLge.     \V Is1, stocks  of'
cosndentsedl timilk  oi1  Decemeober,  1 were
tabout 17,!17X,Oll pollitsi or, 21 1lrecot
less thlan SI t11o1tlo befot,. these Isd,
ings   itre.  over  20 PIercenit aibov (' th1
stocks   Si y5ar plreviouss  buit tsearly  12
percent loss tlosit the 5-year six,,', C,.
Stocks of evasporated milk (csse goods)
oil December 1 wxie about 2,8,o1l1,oSSn
pounds, ot over 10       percent abovy      i
month    before, about 170 percent over
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4.78 0.68 27 .63 20
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2.93 15.51 2I.76
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.   3.20 13.02 18.181:
. .  3.3 13.82 18.821
.. 2.41 14.25 18.571
.   2.002 13.08 18.531
.   2.20 12.60 18.831
2.8 11 .03 16.101
3 .17 2.76 10.88 14.751
9 69 1 4510.30 13.641
8 .      14 1.6  9  .27 12.05
10.51 4 .913 .68 1.94  1
.2.88 4.6 12.72 15.65 I
.5.00. 10 18.10 22.80 2
15 .20 8 .50 19 .10 23 .00 2
14 .50I8 .5 18 .90 23 .00  2
18.209.1018.0021.50 ,
5.20'3.1013'0F20 500 II
15 ~20 9  17.310S
12 .40 6:.2 14 .80 118.20
11 .50 2.10 0.20 112.30I
I1.6 1.0 8.40 10.00
11 80 1.2 5 8.10 0.70
10.80 1.25 7.i 8 .20
9.70 1.21 6.16 9.10
10.40 1.40 6. l  8.50
12.00 2.02 9.36 11.5'9
9.80 1.3  7.10 9.20
140 1.3   7 40 9 .40
10.80 1 .5  6.9  9.00
11.70 1.5  6.80 8.50
11.50 1 .4  6.70 8.50
,1.10 1.6 1 6.60 8.40
10.20 1 .8  9 .00 10.30
11.90 2.9 13.00 15.80
13.60 2.9 12.70 15.20
13.98 2 .6 12.00 14.60
14.6012.  12 .00 14.00
114.50 2 .6 12.1 15.50
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0.28 10.13
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4 .18 13.48
0.90 20.10
1.00 20.20
1 .00 19.80
9.70  19.00
9.30 18.60
.6.40 15.90
II.10  9.40
8.70  8.30
8.40  8.20
7.80  7.4(
7.80  7.60
8.00  7.30
10.01  9.41
7.90  7.61
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7.80  7 3(
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6.90  6.4!
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9.80  91.0'
13.70 13.5'
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12.50 11.5
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13 .20 12 .0
OTHER
CROPS
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S0.7 2.25 1.10
80.9 2.22 1.22
17.2 2.91 .97
8.34.75 1.04
3.3 8 .28 1 .47
78.6 8.27 1 .58
14 .4 4.22 1.97
13:.3 3.97 2.31
59 .9 2 .88 2.06
80.0 3 .85 2.15
58.94 .28 1.60
64 6 3 65 1.62
84. 3 363 1.93
58.3 5.27 1.42
17.2 5.45 1.53
65.0 4.72 1.67
71 .2 5.33 1.47
15.8 3.86 1.59
56.7 2.45 1.37
26.2 1.42 .90
49 .0 1 .491 .00
S5.8 1.85 1.31
33.6 1.82 1.18
28. 1.86 1.40
27. 1.89 1.35
24. 1.88 1.30
30. 2.01 1.50
27. 2    1.0 1.40
21. I.98 1.55
26. 2    1.0 1.20
50. 1.80  .75
39. 1.59  .60
34. 1.    .55
47. 1.50 1.70
50.  o.62 .90
89.7 2.26 1.15
S0. I.59 .90
55. 1.56 .85
SS.  1.85 1.10
60. 1.8 J1.00
70. 1.65 1.15
95. I1 1.30
145. 1.9 1.40
160. 2.64 1.15
125. 2 .7 1.00
86. 2.9 1.15
85. 3    1.4  .35
Y90. 3.G 1.35
verages of monthly data. For monthly data prior to 1933 see
:1    1'  !,,fr ,,or  itlid!  \o v 5  7Tl  1wreenIit
thov, the 5-.syeC     average.
I)eceetmsher l1iveststck  iSla.usghlter
Slaighiterillns of' Cattlei dun   l felderal
lis,8Lt  lislsi tiCC 1 L iAsi  I  11,et1ilh,.  of'
!,Si8009  illasrks   tie   Isig4lsl ot  11f5r  th j titli
ill aN:libLhlLe  re1or.ls  ssince  1922.  The
i  lso bsh'r   so   catt le' ii l s!.iet l  in   Ilie
'cellibc] w-a\:s onlyl :Iblullt 1::1111 1t ss thei:
ito  Nove miss er,  \  1hcli,   is  a  tilln (Ii  sl5t  ilIer
dlilferten.esi  this  noted  for thi   I pre-
(cedillt50  ' , Is.  'fI ,'  hig i gh  1I  belut
ili=(o  1ll oli't-iS  tiIt'  increa s of  th'  salille
tisolithi f' oli it y e5 Sigo sitnce Aligust
I ol: -,
('sL   ,s  sl  iisg1 lt   eid  ,lsisitsg  3),,.Alilotr
I11here  1!.18:,801 head. which atlso is
ti, Ihtrg,'st Iec,.11 n1s1Xt I repolt ins iavil-
1,1,. rueorids   suin.e 1022'    A 17,000   in-
,'l',.:5SI'  iS  notedol ver  tll use  \o v llv r
slalllghblr(ll gs.
'I'lss  slaughterillS of 1,5T3,01s5t    s,-eip
ansd  hl:s11bS,   11s1ts, t' fed, 5stl  Illne t  illSpW i-
tios  is, 11). ,lisber isi bout 15 Ipercent
Z LI)()V('  tit"  slautgliterlingl4s  tile  Stalian0
11oisthl  a y  itr 1ign.  \ithV the t \eXCption
of  tise  Isigls  s1lasislsthtersings  in  lD e nll,-
br    1;!!1, the   elortrted  figure  fo   this
year is the higihest onl asvailable rec-
ords since 1922.
Year
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