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Vol. XL ([covers January 1961/December 1961])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XL, no. 4,   pp. [1]-4 PDF (1.9 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
(1.)
Current Trends'
WISCONSIN                                                     UNITED STATES
Unit      Date             -    -                                    5-yr.
    h                                                      5 yr. av.
This month    |  Last month       Last year       for month      This month2
     Last month       Last year      for month
,~~~~~~~~~-               __ ._ _ _ _ _ _ ._____________________  ________
_
All milk
Market milk.
Manufacturing milk  -
Milk cows.
Hogs           -
Cows
Steers and heifersa -
C alves  ------------------------ ------
Lambs  ---            -------
Wool --
Chickens
E ggs.-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Corn.
O ats  --- --- -  -- - - - - - - - - - -
Barley -
Allfals seed- -    -  -
Red clover seed --
Potatoes
Allalla hay, baled
Feeder pigs ---
cwt.
cwt.
cwt.
head
cwt.
cwt.
cwt.
cwt.
cwt.
lb.
lb.
dox
bu.
bu.
bu.
bu.
bu.
ton
head
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr. I
All Farm Prices--                  pct.   Mar.
Livestock and livestock products  pct.  Mar.
Dairy products -  -       ------ pct.   Mar.
Meat animals  -   -   ---------- pct.   Mar.
Poultry --     -          -      pt.    Mar.
Eggs               ------pct.           Mar.
Crops     -       -              pct. Mar.
Feed grains and hay    -- -      pct.   Mar.
Fruits -------   ---------pct.          Mar.
Prices Farmers Pay     --    -     pt     Mar.
Purchasing Pswer of Farm Products  pc.    Mar.
3. 4
3. 6
3.36
245
16,8W
14.51
21.31
24.71
.44
.34
1.01
.65
16.2(
13.21
I1 4
17.51
13.41
Farm Prices - Dollars
53  1         SI352    3.40          3
53        3.85         3.68          3
°3        3.32         3.23          3
740          255           205
I        17.20         1 4,30       15
1        14.00         1 5. 10      1 2
I        21.00        22.20        119
0        24.W0        25.00         1 19
15.50        20.00         19
1          .44          .48
63          .165        .163
48  1       330         .290
I      1 1.01            .95         1
.66           .66
;8  1      .86           .90         1
s   1    1560          17.40        21
1260         16.80        20
7   1     1,26       1162           1
17. 50        18.50        Is
1        13.87         10.90        1 1
. 22
3.45
. 10
15 74
I.20
i.12
I. 54
1.06
43
.191
349
.14
.66
.05
.10
O.01
.30
I. 18
.89
4.20'
224
17.10
15. 30
23.10
24.40
16.60
.402
.164
.3667
I .01
.593
.847
16.08
12:72
.978
21 .10
rice Index Numbers, 1910-14 = 100
255              257             250              238               243
260              261             251              240               259
267              272             263              249               257
275              274             263              245               309
146              149             150              174               160
163              154              136             164
182              183              196             193               224
144              142              145             161               ISO
232              232              192             207               260
300              303              299             291               277
85      1        85              84              982                88
Agricultural Production and Marketing
Index of farm mktgs. (1947-49=100)
Milk production (000,000)   .
Egg production (000,000)    .
Layers on farms (000)-
Eggs per 100 layers -    --------
Cows in herd freshening    -
Calves born to be raised
Dairy production (000)
Butter
American cheese       .
Dried skim milk for food -
Dried skim milk for feed
Evaporated whole milk -
Livestock Slaughter (000)
Cattle --         -------------- ---
Calves
Sheep and lambs          .
Hogs            .
Cold Storage Holdings (000)
Butter --           --------------
American cheese....     ---
Swiss cheese
Other cheese --
All cheese -----
Frozen poultry ----
Shell eggs       -        -
Eggs. except dried --   -    -   -
pct.
lb.
no
head
no.
pt.
pt.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
head
head
head
head
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
case
case
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
121
1,660
177
9,263
1.906
8.46
42. 49
21,030
37,210
72
87
14
243
2,301
167,463
I 662
Wisconsin Feed Price Changes 4
Item
Grain and concentrate fed per cows
Grain and concentrate led
per farm
per cow in herd
per 100 lbs. of milk produced...
Cost os 1000 pounds
of dairy ration
of poultry ration    .
Pounds ration to equal value
os 100 lbs. milk  -
ol 10 dosen eggs     -
Index of wholesale feed prices,
(1910-14=  100) .
Feed prices paid by farmers, per ton
Bran         .
Cottonseed meal-41% .
Cornmeal      .
Scratch grains
Middlings     .
Soybean meal-44% .
Unit
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
S
lb.
lb.
pct.
$
$
$
$
$
$
Date
Mar.
Apr. I
Apr. I
Apr. I
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Mar.
M-r
This
month2
267
216
8.93
31.68
20.75
21.85
166
159
176
56.00
87.00
51.00
77.00
56.00
83.00
Last
month
245
222
8.91
32.64
21.11
21.81
167
151
177
57.00
87.00
51.00
77.00
57.00
78 .nn
120
1,440
158
9,410
1,680
7.67
42.14
21,220
42.000
77
103
16
292
2,279
154,653
i 934
Last
year
283
218
9.10
31,09
20.90
21.31
163
136
173
53.00
90.00
50.00
77.00
54.00
79.00
5-yr.
av. for
month
246
177
8.02
30.20
23.01
24.73
144
188
54.60
89.60
55.80
79.00
55.80
78.20
129
1,648
186
9,814
1,894
8.82
38.77
25, 120
32,800
76
100
17
359
1,748
129,213
1,5ii
1,578
216
11,824
1 ,827
8.89
36.97
21.146
33,015
66
121
13
259
3,805
142,137
1,517----
-- -10,843
5.648
293,751
1,922
.-- - - -
116,520
77,830
150,200
2,020
131,700
I ,862
609
1 239
6,025
99,247
300,899
11,875
26,773
339,547
228,865
49
1,430
4 31
4.82
3.30
224
17.60
14.80
23.20
23.90
16.80
.399
.171
.394
1.00
.602
.859
16.26
12.54
1.080
21.60
244
263
266
309
169
221
150
259
277
88
i,38i
4,856
297,222
1,634
121,810
84,275
152,200
1,770
142,300
2.116
666
1,454
6,793
80,289
293,505
11,513
27,383
332,401
267,538
49
1,282
4.19
4:70
226
15.10
15.90
24.10
25.10
20.30
.443
.175
*323
.999
.676
.839
18.42
15.84
1.620
23.90
241
257
256
309
153
222
153
228
276
87
10,663
5, 595
302.317
120,110
65,850
158,400
2,000
136,900
I,858
611
1,195
7,008
64,865
228,222
9,557
24,056
261,835
220,381
181
2,243
4.O5
4 .55
3.16
178
16. 12
13.20
20. 88
20.68
19.64
.436
.211
.372
1.16
.656
16.48
20 53
1.183
21.32
.- - - - -
239
247
249
280
177
230
170
211
267
90
iO,663
5,791
314,618
1,840
110,196
64,648
121,544
1,516
158,288
1,836
824
I 194
6,199
121,965
357,107
8,435
24,277
389,819
208,395
381
2,088
Il   EIconomic Indicators - United States
Item
Industrial production, adj.
Freight carloadings, adj. -
Wholesale prices-      .
Cost of livings
Personal income7
Non-agricultural
Agricultural       .
Factory employment, &dj.5
Unit
pct.
pet.
pet.
pet.
pct.
pct.
pct.
Date
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
5-yr.
This     Last     Last     v. for
month2    month   - year  - month
1947-49= 100
155
73
120
215
90
93
155      166       147
75       86        90
120      119       116
127      126       119
215      211       178
88       78        86
94      101       102
I Details of methodology supplied on request.
2Preliminary.
3Forecast for milk of average butterfat test.
'Prepared by Wisconsin Crop Reporting Service, based on reporters data.
liComputed from quantity reported fed at the beginning and end of the month
in herds of
Wisconsin dairy correspondents times number of days in month,
6Federal lleserve Board.
7U. S. Dept. of Commerce.
Item
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