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Vol. XIII ([covers January 1934/December 1934])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 1,   pp. [unnumbered]-56 PDF (2.1 MB)


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WTIrSONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Pr3iaDcs PaiA tn Wisconsin Producers for Farm Products'
LIVESTOCK AND WOOL
Tear
1910-1914-       7.35
1914 -7.65
1915 -          6.55
1916 -         8.47
1917 -14.17
19168 -16.09
1919 -         16.52
19Z-           12.93
1921 -7.61
1922-          8.32
1923-          6.97
1924 -7.29
1925 -10 7
1926 -I.70
1927    -      9.52
192 8-         8.74
19z9 -9.50
1930-          882
1931 -5 .76
1932 -         3.3
January-      3.50
February-      3.30
March-        3.90
April-        3.50
May-          3.00
June-         2.90
Jdly ---      4.20
August .--    3.90
September -    3.7
October.--     3.15
November-      2.95
December  --- -  2 .6
193 3-         3.44
January-      2.5
February  -   2.9
March-        3.1
April-        3.1
May-          3.9
June-         3.8
July - -       3.91
August-       3.71
September-     3.7
October-      4.1
November-      3.6
December-      2.8
1934
January*  -   2 9
as    3     at
2     3     4
4 .91 7.23 53.65
5.83 8 .22 66.90
5.46 7.95 62.3
5.90 8.67 64.80
7.52 11.46 77.65
6.71 13.17 8.70
9.02 14.31 104.25
7.82 12 .47 104.30
4 .57 7.62 56.20
4.54 7.73 57.00
4.57 7.99 62.35
4.67 8.17 63.75
5.18 9.17 66.25
5.73 10.14 80.S5
6.49 10.52 89.85
8.22 12.14 102.4
8.32 12.43 107.25
6.54 9.87 84.46
4.37 6.70 S6.86
3.07 4.60 38.75
3.40 5.00 46.
3.10 5.40 44.
3.30 5.101 42.
3.20 4.0   41.
2.9 14.1 0 39.
2.90 4 .40 38.
3.51 4.60 38.
3.31 4.90 37.
'   3.10 5.20 37.
3.00 4.60 35.
2.85 4.10 35.
2.45 3.55 33.
1  2.85 4.31 35.5
2.45 3.45 33.
I2 .8) 4 .60 32!.
I 2.71 4.25 32.
I 2 .70 3.80 33.
90 3.90 4.20 37.
3034)) 4.10 38.
903.20 4.45 42.
7  3.10 4.30 38.
7  3.00 5.30 38.
5 2.70 4.85 37.
5 2.55 4.55 33.
0 2.30 3.50 33.
0  2 .0  3.95  32.
5    6     7     8
4.25 6.01 20.1 189.83
4.64 6.60 19.8 172.50
5.00 7.08 25.2 161.40
5.87 8.26 30.3 156.50
8.85 12.36 49.2 151.30
10.22 14.17 63.3 147.70
9.08 13.51 53.0 143.70
7.83 12.52 38.0 141.20
3.89 7.37 18.7 114.30
4.92 10.22 27.4 111.20
5.16 10.55 37.9 111.70
5.62 10.83 37.7 106.90
6.13 12.36 40.3 108.20
6.19 12.09 35.9 111.70
5.75 11.85 33.0 113 .70
8.05 12.37 39.2 117.60
6.07 12.23 34.5 117.90
4.33 8.56 23.8 108.20
2.62 6.22 14.8 91.00
1.80 4.67 10.8 83.71
1.90 4.80 13. 86.
2.00 4.80 13.   86.
2.20 5.40 13. 82.
2.10 5.20 12.   80.
2.0() 4 .90 10.  87.
2.00 5.00   9. 87.
1 .0 4.70  8. 84.
1 .90 4 .50  9.  84.
1 .70 4 .45 10.  80.
1.45 4 .00 II. 80.
1.6  4 .10 It.  78.
1.45 4.15  11.  81.
0  4.97 19.3 92.2
1.6 1 4.25  11. 83.
1.7 14.30   11I.  Os .
1.   4.20 10.   84.
15 4.25 10.     88.
2.30 5.10 15.   93.
2.15  5.70 23.  97.
2.05 5.70 24. 95.
2. 1  5.60 24.  99.
1.85 5.40 25. 98.
1.85 4.95 28. 98.
1.85 5.10 29. 933.
1.70 5.10 27.   93.
1 Ox ci 97      xc
GRAINS
9    10   II    12   13   14
Ct5.  et..  eta.  Cts. cis.  Cts.
90.8 59.5 39.0 69.2 69.1 72.8
89.5 63.8 39.1 65.7 65.2 72.6
114.7 71 .9 45.1 63.3  97.0 83.7
119.4 79.5 44.2 78.5 98.6 94.0
198.0 143.8 62.4 121.3 165.9 149.5
205.6 152.3 75.4 125.2 180.5 171.5
112.7 140.4 65.8 107.6 136.9 138.9
214.7 137.3 78.6 121.9 162.6 166.6
120.1 59.5 37.2 60.0 104.1 100.1
107.3 59.2 37.7 55.6 76.3 80.5
105.0 77.7 42.4 60.9 66.8 84.0
113.5 94.4 49.2 73.0 77.1 97.6
143 .7 102.9 43 .9 79.8 98.8 97.8
137 .2 74.3 39.2 65.4 82.1 76.8
123.1 87.1 46.2 72.8 88.4 84.6
117.4 92.8 52.3 79.8 98.0 88.0
111.7 88.2 45.7 64.9 89.7 88.8
93 .1 79 .7 38.9 58.0 60.7 87.3
63 .7 56.7 28.5 44.8 37.9 63.4
54.6 36.8 23.3 37.3 35.5 45.6
l59. 45   27.  43. 141.    47.
l59  43. 27.    43.  41.   45.
l60.  42.  28.  44.42.     46.
60.  43.  28.   44.  41.  45.
l5.    40.  27.  43.  38.  48.
5    38    29.  41. 36.   50.
5.i 39.    25.  39. 33.    51.
52.   38.  21.  33. 1 33.  47.
50.  35.   19.  31.  32.   45.
49   28    18.  219.  30.  41.
47. 28.    17.  29.  30.   42.
47.  25.  17.  29.   29.  40.
69.2 38.3  28.9 42.8 48.7  51.9
47.  25   17.   27.  29.   40.
47.  21    17.  27.  29.   39.
47.  25.   17.  27.  29.  39.
52.  30.   20.  34.  3 6.  44.
66.  39.   25.  44.  44.   47.
66.  40.   25.  40.  48.   53.
91.  54.   40.  57.  79.   69.
85.  50.   34.  51.  62.   69.
82.  48.   34   53.  62.   70.
76.  40.  30.   51.  55.  52.
80.  42.   32.  53.  57    50.
79.  43.   32.  50.  54.   51.
79.   45.   33.  56.  55.   51.
OTHER CROPS                POULTRY PRODUCTS
AND FEED COSTS
Ration'
:1       00*               ~L                4
IS    16    17    18     19    20    21    22   23      24
cis.  cs.    $      $     $    cts.  cts.    $     %    lbs.
50.7 171.1  2.25 12.78   8.83  11.2  21.3 12.55 160.      170
50. 138.2   2.22 10.00   7.72  11.6   22.3 12.82 102.2    174
37.92 136.2 2.92 9.-88   8.07  11.0  21.7 14.17 112.9     154
98.3 192.2 4.75 11.29    9.40  13.0 29.0 15.32 122.1      163
163.3 274.4  8.28 14.28 10.95   16.2  33.9 25.75 295.2    132
76.6 386.2  6.84 19.42 17.26   20.2   39.5 27.71 220.8    143
114.4 384.3 4.22 20.68 25.86    22.9  43.6 27.20 216.7    161
223.3 394 .8 3.97 22.89 22.03   24.0   46.6 2-7.84 221.8   168
79.9 162.2  2.88 15.51 10.60   19.6   32.9 13.14 16 4.7  265
80.0 203.7 3.85 15.04 11.04    18.3   28.5 13.39 106.7   213
58.9 214.4 4.28 13.41 11.42    17.3   29.2 15.42 122.9    189
64.6 215.5 3.65 15.33 13.08    17.8   302 17.02 135.8     137
84.6 238.3 3.63 13.02 15.84    19.2   33.2 18.73 149.2    177
158.3 205.0 5.27 13.82 16.41    21.4  31.3 15.87 12'.5    197
117.2 192.7 5.45 14.25 18.58    193 328.    17.52 1396 6  163
65.0 169.7 4 .72 13.06 16.02   20.7   30.3 18.40 146.6    165
71.2237.0 5.33 12.60 15.09     22.° 0  3105  78.1  713)1.7  184
115.6 212.0 3.86 11.08 10.52    17.4  24.1 15.00 119 .5    161
56.7 124.6 2.44 10.88    9.75  14.7   17.8 10.44  81.2    170
26.2 103.5   1.42 10.30  7.00  11.0   15.9  7.82  59.1)   211
29. 123.    1.82 10.90   7.00  12.7   14.7  8.91  71. 1   165
28.  117.   1.82 10.60   7.70  12.9   13.5 8.48   67. 6   159
26. 117.     1.50 10.80  7 40  12.911.0 8s    0 24 8.5    128
28.  110.   1.45 119           12.3   10.0  8.70  69.31 1"5
28. 108.     1.44 11.10  7.80  182.1  10.2       4
26.  102.   1.44 1(1.1(1  7.9))  10.)19.    7.84    'O1.,) 13
27.  10.     15    0.0   7.50  10.5   11.6  788    1.      5
29.  7.  135  0.0   6.50  10.7   14.17.4     53      19
26.  4.  .321(130   8.80   1.    1628)954            233Z
21.  9'2.    1. 32' 51.30  5.9.0  9.  23.- 8.2   545. 1   372
21.   92.   1.281 "OO    5.30   9.1   27.2582     48.4    467
2. 0. 1.49.40      5.40   8.3  26.3   5.99 4.3     504
4      9.05 1252  1."4511 9.27  6.18  8.9  14.48.4 8.8    167
23.   05.    1.0S98.7))  5.3))  8 7   20 8   5.5  45.8    362
23.   8.    )9    7 9O   540    9. II 2 5.71)4))          193
23.   83.   I 1.002 8.30  3.~50  93   10.5  0.24   49 .7  168
25.   94.    1.2    .5)) 6.0)    9.8  10.0  7.21  57.5    139
2. 15 1.53  9.10  9.30  10.4   11.9  8.89  70.8   134
30.  128.     I 1.39.10  8.40   8.8    9.1  6.58  71.6    101
60.  185.   1.58   .5)6.70      9 .3  12.4 11.74  93 5    106
125.  145.   1.~80 10 .10  6.90  8.9   11. 10.91   8609    105
90.  148.    180 10.2))  8.40   8.6   14.  10.24  81.6    139
S5. 145.    1.80 10.10   83))   7.919.      9 1S  73.1   212
55.  140.   1.80 5.90    6.30   7.5   23.   9 .51 79 8   242
55. 145.    1.74  5.80   9.60   7.0   190   5.31  74.2   Z04
67 .149.    1.74  9.90   6 .70  8.4   16. ---      --    --
1. All prices based on reports of Wisconsin price correspondents on the 15th
of each month.  2. Based on values of ingredients In a typical Wisconsin
poultry ration.Fofute
Annual prices are straight averages of monthly data. For monthly dat prior
to 1932 see  explanation and additional monthly data consult Bulletin 140,
page 25.
Bulletins 90. 120, and 140, Wigeonsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.
   3. Pounds of poultry ration which could be purchased with tel dozen eggs.
Cttlsen lBeing Raised
Considetrible variation has occurred
frit   mocinth to mouth in the percent-
tig  if c nlIvos rleported its liing raised
in 1933, the avert go fur ilii year, how-
iver, slutiws little clutiag from 1932,
tcecrdiing to the repoltrs of dairy cor-
resp1)tilotts.  Cillv s wert apparently
f d Iss milk ill 1913 than     in 1932.
tilttedl Stattes M1ilk Prodluetion
Milk production per cow in the herds
tf United Stuites cr op reporters on Jnn-
uary I wats tltltipprtittl y substantially
lowvir than on that ltite last year anid
probaibly lower thatt on that date it
iny previous year since 1925. The low
prloilitiotn xwais due to various causs,
including low prices of dairy products,
the rltitively high cost of grain,   old
weathlaer from  North Dakota and Mis-
souiri astwird and a decrease In the
jlroport ion of the cows freshening in
the fall aid iarly winter months. Onl
aboilt January I crop correspondents
repolrtl for their own herds an aver-
age piroduction of 11.46 pounds of milIc
plii ilmilk (0Wxv 11i day comp150red witlI
11.1)1 Itounds I st yealr and 12.51 pounds
iii 1932. lielimintiry tigulres on the
qitialtity  of  grain  tic! iill  f  irls  being
fed to milk tows indicite abouti 20 per-
ettit less per coxv was leiitg fed otl Jan.
1 that ol thalt dite lasi y-ar. 'IThe re-
di(tilhan in milk per eii  ippia   to be
qluite largely offstt liy ail iuelr sed
I11,111her  of  nll11  cmv  o   f   l  .   1
slibstastial  inceasens  lwhiln  i-,ponrted
currently  in the sWesterin Corn lielt
Stiltes.
Cold Storttge l3oslilnlrm
('old Stotrg' ltill(11tcs of 111 211,000
poulilnds of creamery biitter on January
1 this year were flve times as great its
oli the stime date last year and were
more than twice as large as the five-
year   ave rage  January   I stocks. Of
those stolcks :19,9:t2,(Itl0 polinds belonged
tot Ilh IJllitid Stites (loxverii nt anid ill
awdditionl thl( F-' d*ral Surlplus l',-lief
'(-irpotilill  1b:1ai  litstnitiililug  in  Jan-
nlary I plopsosals fir blds ol I 8,011,000
poundils of b)ittti1. lilittir stoliraig hold-
itigs of 19:1:1 IIl: l rtiaineld below those
of  19,2  i li to  Time  1  whit  tin t1   per-
CiAlt illCrease from  the  June   1, 1932
hoililugs  wit s  togistered.  St ticks  of
botter ill rei tat moliths have been in-
cr.asinigly greatir ais iiompared to the
five-year aivtoag,  nintil the attainment
of thi present high level.
Cllioss  eoltd  sti  na",  stici s  of  91,-
'9 liiitinn pouilds oti .lJaniuary 1 this year
w(,it  :11 pt n,;I p t gretitr thati twelve
ionths etrtliecr tidl  1  ti percent above
thi fivx-e tar :ave rage . Cheese stoclks
ii.1 3tity 1 wir" e lost, to the five-year
av erige level atril by September 1 wvere
;ltlot ta intm,  itre itgreater.  The in-
crins, eas it lparild  to the five-year
live) reachedi  17, per.nit by Novembir 1
bint hals since rioedti to the presont
1osition.
Coid1 storage sts4ocks of c'gs baneil on
the (:is,, ceijtv:ilenit of froznii and shell
tggs  wo-re  2.19110f)ii ( :s-os  ott  to nuary  1
as colimpared to 1.7 t)1.000  a ss a year
otIttlior  nold  tt,>  fiveo- iar  :I1Sv t  ie  Jall-
nolry I stocks of t,001 n0)0 C.ies.
Egg l'rodutttituts
Egg lproilcli ion il the 1flocks Of Wis-
entsis)n  eroji  rIpOrt  '5  011  J;Tirir ary  1
ixverageil 22.3 ei gs p"l' lilt)l bltls alibot
*ti1)  por ,nti  nmoii i t ri: l tiliati  i  t sontlis
tilidir.  T hie  nititihti  *f  I:iviy   g  birds
f:trim,          WNio \  .r  avis  it1  o r1t  il  at  3
1)ttie-nt  bhove thi 1o, t of the sanne
dalte Itist yaor :i1til tl, (-_-_ prodlt tion
level of the( state, b~ased on the per
farlm, prfiiiljtion, xvits about 4 perecnt
greatec  this J.1antary I than a year
earlier.  l::.si(i ohl the average of re-
poits of li(i lirst of :1(lh month for the
past ye ar the egg produilct ion level in
k'i~iscolsin ho'ld praitieIit  the same ais
ill 15:12.
I-For the Uoited Staites there was a
tl -i'rasi of deunt 212. p, r  nt ill num-
ber of layers oii1 JInamuly I is comrlar ed
to twelve morithIs earli or. As the *le-
cli e:1se oienred iitirln   lii the Sonith,
xk-ij hu  prlojile -s r(mlt i .. ly f.ew eggs for
miarket, th-   ffeet ip)oili tin total sup-
ply of eg,,s Nvill tb. sliglit. Hens were
laying  niiori  eggs on .I:iiiiiiiry 1 this
veat- than list. TIhis i    rist:e  in the
.    111111glillil -  of (r,;.gs  l:1il  Pei, 111111-
ar1d hrlg s liomllrlt-d ill QI tot:il produlctin
lbon)t 21   pireelit gio    C' than   the
1itlel- s     pi1ill iroiuton  to Jalnulr  I
393:: althoiughls  tibotut r p-,rcent smaller
thaln tli pulritutioni onl J:inuary 1. 192.
C:attle a.iti Shbeep Peel lug
The   ttinili)hr of  nttlh ill WViseonsiii
foi(l lots it thie tie ,limiing of the year
was ost inis tolIO to bo . per vent lower
thrian a veal. nig-. lii tIn+ Corn Belt as a
whxdlb tile ;o ixities of Cattle feeders
wiele 8.' p.ro(lt be low  a yer ango, tll
italt(  loiitg i, in i 0 vs except Iowva
intil XNlttsln;i.  'li  Stltes east of the
AMississlipi  l    shmowl :I decrease of
17 pereent.
The eilrrnt ist)inia )s itidi-ate that
ti lre nre litboit 11 iiO0i few *r sheep in
tlb statte'-s f.oil lots til:  w  r'1iiottii
a y.valr alni.  Thoe r-lspoits of f .. 1,lrs in-
iliante  WiTt tliler       :11,,,lt 75900n
load of stteip ill \Visi ooliill f.t.d lots rit
thi.  ts'llitanig  ol' .1 tittl11,y  otoloileid
with S5,000 ioaild a ysler aIgo nolt the
s l also s He He w
l l l~~~
I 1.51O' 0.3U' A/. ' 'JO.
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