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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. 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
SOME CURRENT CHANGES IN AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY
Latest Report     Previous Rep rts
WISCONSIN                                     One      One    S-yr. aiv
DaeReported   month     yenr   of same
figure   before   before  month"
AGRICULTURE
lsdexoffarmPricesr,1010-14-100 -    % IDc.     1270    126      118     
  86
orfe farmePrs a  1810-14=100----  %   lec.    132'     132*     121     
I1
purchafng power, farm productas
1910-14-100------------              %Dec.      940      950      98    
  75
Dairy Production and Markets
Farm price of milk', ewlt--------     Dec.       1.67*    1.67     1.61 
   1.20
Farm price of butterfat -cts. Iee. 15           38       37       37    
  28.8
Price, American cheese, Wis. Cheese
Exchange (twins) per lb --  --- ets. llec.    16.00    16.00    17.00   
12.28
Milk production per cow in iserdh.---Ibs. Jars.  I  t4.24  13.26  13.79 
  13.64
Milk production per farm'-        lbsi. Jars.  1 201.9  188.4    197.7  
 198.7
Milk productios per cow milked' --hs. Jars.  1  19.65    17.93    19.63 
  19 .42
Cows in herd freslsering4 -------- (   13cc.    10.00    6i.46     9.33 
  9.53
Calvesbornduring monthhsbingraised'% iicc.      31 .57   37.75    35.74 
  31 .47
Grains asd concentrates fed'
per cow in herd ----------lbs. .1st.      1    3.18     2 .67    4.24   
 4.02
perfarmcow    d    -lb. Jar.                  41.5     35.3     55.2    52.5
perfr I  lls.ofmilkproded---    b.   Jsls.  1  22.19   19.24    30.50   29.19
Farm price of milkcows'--               1Ic. 15   68       68      67   
   43.80
Wisconsin butter receipts at 4 markets'
(000 omitted) -----------lbs. D)OC.            5000    6163*    3911    
4931
Wiscossin cheese receipts at 4 markets3
(000 omitted) -----------lbs. lDeu.           76020    9020*    7879    68853
poultry Production and Markets
Hlens per farm flock' -No. Jars. 1 104.6                 104.1   102.2  
  97.1
Eggs per 100 hens'----------No. Jan.        1   29.2     22.4     27.3  
 24.0
Eggs per farm flock'---------No. Jan.       1   30.5     23.4     27.9  
 23.4
Farm price of chickens', per lb.---_cts  lce. 15  II.8   12.1     15.4  
  10.8
Farm price of eggs', per s  .-     cts  -)cC. 1' 28.6    33.6     27.4  
  24.4
Feed Price Changes        1    10        )c      149      151        6  
    81
Index  of feed  prices' ,1910 -1 ---0.... '7   I~s   4 .   4 .     81   
  8 .
Cost, 1000 Ibs. dairy ration'-       e $ecc.     18.60   17.76    10.55 
  10.77
Amount of ratioss 100 lbs. of milk will
buy -Irs 13cc.                                89.80    94.0    152.6 1- -.2
Wisconsin by-product feed costs per tors5
f. o. b. Madison
Standard bran-8 Scec.                         34.60    32.97    18.65   
18.33
Linseed oil meal ---------- S~cc.             51 .40   49.35    30.40   
33.fit
Corn gluten feed --- --------------- S)e.     36.20    33.82    26.75   23
.49
Tankage_-tefeec.                              64.90     62.15   50.30   
37.91
Standard mi   ings ----              i)-c.    35.80    36.85    19.00   
18 -6
Cottonseed meal         -         81cc.       43.15    41.44    30.95   
29.31
Cost, 1000 Ilbs. pousltry ration'------  13cc.  19.84    19.27    11 .75
  10.41
Amt. ofratiors 10 doz. eggs will busy' - ;lS. Dec.  144.2  174.4  233.2 
 257.0
Farm price of hogs1, per cwt.-        S Dec. 15    9.00     8.60     8.70
    4.52
Farm price of beef cattleo, per cwt ---  S Dcc. 15  5.00    4.90     5.30
    3 2.
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
Index of pay rolls5, 1925-27-100 -    %  Iec.     93.7     92.7     77.3
    51.7
Nrew  psssenger  car  registratiorns0  Na.---0   Jece.  7450  6122  5343
  2172  :
a Wisconsin Crop Reporting Service.    2 As repust ted hb  Wisconsin crop
repurters.
I Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States Dep.srtment of Agricsultusre.
'As reported by Wiscosrsin dairy reporters. .  Wi..consin Industritil Crommtnrissin.
' Auto License Division, State of Wisconsin.   ' Bureaou of Labor Stati..tics
Inle
No. corrected to 1910-I4 base. I National Industrisl Conference llsoarsl.
I Fleer.-
Reserve Board.    °0 The Anoralist.  "1 Survey of Cttrrent Busintess.
 " 193 I-3:
'3 4-year average, 1932-35.     P reliminary.
Latest Report
UNITED STATES
Data
AGRICULTURE
dex of farmprices'. 1010-14=100.%  Dec.
ices farmers pay', 1910-14=100 -%  Dcc.
'rchasing power, farm products",
1910-14-100 -       _.- -     %   Dec.
liry Production and Markets'
FParm price of butterfat, per lb. cts. Dcc. 16
Price (wholesale), 92-score butter,
Chicago, per Ib.            ets. Dec.
Buttcr receipts at 4 markets
(000 omitted) -lb. Dec.
Clihcse receipts at 4 markets
(000 omitted)-             Ibs. Dcc.
Milk prodicetio n per cow irs herd Ibs. Jan.
)ld Storage Holdings' (000 omitted)
Creamery butter               lb. Jan.I
American cheese              lbi. Jan.1
Swiss  cheese -l-              s 1 lao. .1
All other cheese             lbs. .ail.
All varieties of c beese .    .- Ibi.  Isr.
Totail frozen poultry        lbs . Jan.
Eggs. si -cIl               calses  Ja.!.
Eggs, shel land frozen, (case
equivalent)               cases  Jan.
oultry Production'
I eles per farm (lock        No. JanI--N
I.RKY l)er 100) hens -------------No. Ja.ll.
Eggs per flr lloek ---       No. Jan.
tocks of Dry, Condensed, and
Evaporated Milk', (000 omitted)
IDry whole m.ilk -lbs. I)e1.
l)ry skim milk       I-i. D)sr
lIry brittermilk -.lbs. I3cc.
Condernsed milk (case goods plus
bulk goods) -lbs. Dcc.
Evaporated milk (case gsoods) ---lbs. Dcc.
Slaughtering under Federal Meat In-
spection', (000 omitted)
Cattle -No. Icc.
Calves                       No. Dec.
Sheep ard slmbs              No. lIc.
Hogs -No. I)cc.
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
a rices
Wholesale prices', 1910-14 = 100
All commodities--           '     c I. I
Foods--                     1j- -  lcc. 1
Itetailfood pricest, 1D90-14=100...%  I ec. 1
Cost oflivinrg", 1023=100--   -    cc.
Factory emplrymemrt (fadjrsted)'
No. of cinidloyses, 1023-25 = 100 -%  NNov.
Itosi ness activity"', normal = 100 -% N ov.
Inrdulstrial prodilctiors (adjusted)5
1I23-25= 100 -% Nov.
FrecLht-car loslditngs (.sdjustcd)l
1U23-25= 100 --    -             Nov.
New passenger csr registrationsul-No. Nov.
Reported
figure
IZ6
127'
990
33.6
33.11
43435-
10391'
11.80
61228-
H4860'
4375'
11136'
10371'
87479'
650'
2129*
Previous Reporti
_7 a - j   I   _ - _
month      year
before    before
120       110
127       122
940       90
33.1      30.0
32.56     33.10
43187-    38700
117440    10268
I.38       11.27
88866     40117
98975     86537
4455      5379
11276      7656
114706     99572
149391    107389
1755       964
3650      2951
79 .1
16.0
12.8
4098'
29098'
33090
17978'
27851 1
987
494
1573
4681
4254-
26063'
3405'
22778'
251751'
988
477
1544
4292
80.6
19.2
15.1
3904
10585
3597
14934-
10Z872
892
481
1369
2875
122'       120       118
131'       130       133
------    135       134
86.1       85.8      83.9
88 6     88.9    84.8
107.5    103.2    92.0
Ofsame
*onths
85.4
1 16.8
72.4
25.5
26.61
47214
9S36
11 .56
49445
74548
6621
6985
88154
18246
795
2683
83.2
18.0
15.0
2937
19774
42490
20363
162223
732
409
1380
4314
104.8
108.8
80.0
77.1
77.6
114-       109'      96a        76.2
80        73        66         61.8
223560    171319    220262     108448
'lise inrsri{ ses in tihe western Stntes
l isj stly   ill  slu srls   :1iris   ircis   tlint
lu   rlr Ir t  ltost  o.r  tlu. ir  f- (  Inl as  in
.TIritia riv   ;is rsl  1etsiiary   tIalY   ;L  1  1:,-
tivsly  rsatill psrsopotioln of tiss  isslors
laaii1)  .crls  ill  ' sl x:rs  lit s  yit  beers  mi arl-
s led.  With a cisrstinsmLtioll of the fav-
orable feed conditiooss ill the prircipal
sloe cl) s1 l ,oIf tha~t sltate  1l i    trip,
]text   fss   sism o tirs  .  5 v,   ls 11, v   ru llsur-
lketisg of gratss-ftst yearlings ira Aprs i!
ind  Msay is p rohbable.
The   rs sin eh r  sf  sheel   anr   larlls  nra
feesl  fo   m rlrlcst  71s  of  J.1anuastrys   1.  ill
Wisconsins, the Cosros ielt. I i 1s stern
States inclrrshing Texas nnd Oklistom:s,
us slr tre 1Tnrites1 States is ss follows:
'I'otal          T'otal
Cozrnl  To'tal  IlrIted
1'emr   Wlsieanslsit It(-It WVestersu Nitatem
Thousand ]eand
19:12        124    3,2113  2,947    (i 1(lo
Itl:t         S     291..   2,7S41    r,.701
i934   _       ,    2,812   2,102     5, 214
19I:5 .-      91    3,312   2,2-1l    5,r.54I
11:316 _      0     :3,192  2,3n9     5,r,,i1
1937 __       81    2,012   2,744     5,3748
AVISCON{)SIN   le'.t~ti   I'ltlIClI:S'
Asltis ulgh   \\s r . .l. fsis a l l pt r5 s   1  .
l i i III )4<  X(^1 \ ul%, \ III Ih   ,I,, - \\;I  1>) y  I :' -,
sliou tlst  sols slitisrius  Is;, , s tllis (is   lpriti s
to  go   still  Isiglss   sulsritlg   1915K  'I'll,
l1'tt111  psrie   irslsd   for  tills  y  e:11  of  39416
s aselled(l 118 1' tr(e lit osf 1p- v r ct o ecIIt-
Im ret  Nvitlsl ii,  lper c  sit  ud t  sv-%n rt   ill
p5.
1     ol:., si r uptullrr  of 13 poirsti.  All of
p     rivs ts e   .55o lIps   1invs   slsssvstsl  sl s-tssrs-
tiasl  irltu l   silll s  \ uitl x ,  s. -sc lstitisr   o f tlas
isslt In  prl oducis t a  ls r  sllr' ss ificts   Vsl"ll)st .
Theu( ,lolr Il:,sillt povz,! ,.f fla*e N\'i.,voll-
sill furll dollari rose5   9 poilits frmllsr  S,
tsircs  sit  srI  thIm  l!1rs  1  lsvel  ira  1935  to
9I             f srrs'  rt  fss   1'::G .  Itse> ur ulsr   osf  tIle
frust  thlatl  til,  iuuslrx  of  lprices  lpnidl  re-
rr,,i:.i, l  hsighI  m- llpsrslrssl  s  s\it  1)1e  v Ir
t~l., ollchnsill,_ po{>ver for the> yoar is
still  sslrlls   llslt  vlssurt  of  ressa lirrg  Jr -
pv., r  uiril  .  Itl  ssrs  one  Irtos sthl  si rsilr mg
1 9:10  wN rs  tilr'  ptursl  nsu uii g  lro er  r1 gl s'r
than   lsrr- v tvsr.
A,  1  poin5t  ilnstis,,  in,  I ls  irislx  sf
f:srrll  1)  r  i  a s  fl ssslr  ro il-Ns vsorsl sesr
lbrosghlit  tells irilce  to  127  percent of
Ipre-\v:r fssr s tlil-FDsss trilser. Tire aver-
tigs'  Jrics  sI'  riilh  for  all  trses  rsm atinesl
nirlsnnarsrwl flrsost Nsov rnibs1r to TIecemn-
i)erb st *51.67 iper Ihisdlrecelgsshigit.  Millc
I'sel   for  clo  se   asnds  Ilrrark t  rasilk
slio~svssdl rio  s'1lmllc' frss  tire  i revionrs
nironth  mA  sils  trilic  try si  fssr  butter  tinsd
consvllenses   produltcts  iotll advancsed    1
coent. 'Tiht  gro u ps  vhisJi  hIave advanced
from November to December are grain,
cash crops, livestoclk, and the unclassi-
IVANCI IIII"AI' MONT
hi e issvse jisft lenrin wes( tir lhe
dleaithI  of  ti4hese  reporters  froiuu
1)11111 551 I'llee Collitiem. resisev-
tlively. Iloith of these menllliuive
servedl rm eli unldii fiulitfulIly l its re-
pisileus lfor r1 ItIs aslMee, at15I1 t IIei
hisslve Iii.ate i-iiallalb l esu l ilibl itiosn
Isi the  stntte's :agrii-ltura:ml diut:a.
'lIi e   ietns ill  Croip  ileportint
(flfice regret a their i lus sal ig itanl
ex-Iesdls aysi init Ii y to thIelr fhint-
11 iles.
Latest Report
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