The Fats and oils situation

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The Fats and oils situation
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United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service
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Oil industries -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Oils and fats, Edible -- Economic aspects -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
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FOS-1 (Mar. 1937) - FOS-301 (Oct. 1980).
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Issued by: Agricultural Marketing Service, 1954-Mar. 1961; Economic Research Service, May 1961-<Oct. 1977>; Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, <May 1978>-July 1980; Economics and Statistics Service, Oct. 1980.
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Title from caption.
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Item 21-D.

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:940: '19'41
'.. E.. XCLUD NG WOOL GREASt

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NEGC. A3158 BUREAU Or a CULTURALRL .L'..


mWha ka been.. ft strong demand since the spring of 1941 for se5
1.-iid rtctas 1ed by war Industries. Following a decline i
italalo~w .level in mid-1943. But prices were prevented frc
fN o .e0eibfr 1941. A record high output in January-Marc
r iijy r the t i -"r l level. Production of tallow and grease
OF:!iiJeruii ry--rChh, when hog slaughter was except ionally large
iSi lat.ti tbhoihout 1.. 4 and early 1945.

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IjPro, n-maocru, unamopga ...... .... *... ***....*.....*.*.
er SO- ore, New York Yo .................**.............
mreari don. es&., Chicago ..........................,Ps
eidad (nalml ad wg. cooking fate), Chisago ............*.
d, looas, OChlal o ...........................................
Id, prim ite&m, tiaroem, Chiclo) ................... .*.......
ld, refined, cartons, Chicago ...............................>
1o oil, Io. 1. barrels, INw York .......................v......e
eosteariie, bbl., .......................................*
illow, edible, Chiago .........................................

mn oil, crude, tanks, f.o.b. milla ..........................es
ra oil, refined, bbl., 1.,. ....*....* .......**.........*.... I
ttanseed oil, crude, tanks, f.o.b. S.E. a &ll ...........*.....
ttaseed oil, p.m.y., toak cars, ,. ........................
sinut oil, crude, tanks, foo.b. mlls eI......................
panut oil, refined, edible .(white), 4rum, T. .............
syben oil, rude, tank ocar, aidwestern Ull .... -............I
0ybem oil, edible, dru, 1l..I., N. T. .....................

sgontu oil, Manila, rude, tanks, f.o.b. Pftolfi CoCet ...... I
aoonut oil, Miill. rude, bulk, .l.f. 7. T. /.......-.....
moeut oail, IMala, reined, edible, teak oarSe.o.b.l.Y. /i/.
Live oil. California. edible. dru, T1. ....................
Livr oil. iaedible. dmum. T .............................i


19.0.
17.0
11.4

14.0
15.1
10.5


18.0

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13.0
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11.4

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Ili oil. Niger. crude. drum, N. iT. ....................... iU. 1 118
ape oil, refined, denatured, bulk, o..tf.. N. ................ /1.6 1..0 16.0 110 '
flower oil amrefind, tank oars, tfo.b. T............. 14.5 14.8 14.l :!,::i ::':

allao, No. 1, inedible. Chicago ............................... 9.3 6,4' .4 8.4
nreae, A. White Chicago ...................................... 9.6 8.8 8.8 8.8
echadea oil, crude, tanks. f.o.b. Baltimore ................... 8.9 86 6.6 8, ... S; ,
rdine oil, crude, tanks. Pacific Coast ...................... 8.8 8.9 8.8 8.I :':":'4 t
hale oil, refined, bleached winter, drum, ................ 11.1 12.3 12.3 18.5 i'

indeed oil, raw, tank cae, Ninneapolil ....................... 13.1 14.9 1.3 14.3 ,
alesed oil, raw, drum carlota, N. ................. /1.7 15 1,.1 181.1
rill. oil, crude, drums, ............................. s 4.6 2.5 ---
Itisica oil, tank ears, f.o.b. i. T .......................... 825.0 25.0 e1. 1.1 lu
'ms oil, drums. I. Y. .........................................s 402 9.0 39.0 39.0

astor oil, No. 3. bbl.. H ................................. 13.8 1.8 3l. 1. 'l
l~tor oil, No. 1, tankE,'l,. I. ................................. 13.0 1.0 13.0 15.0 X
iUtor oil, dehydrated, talker .. ......................... 17.6 17.7 177 17 .
pd-liver oil, id. U.S.P. bbl., N. Y. .........................1 36.5 36.8 36.5 3G6.5 .
id oil. Nefounda Po4 druq '. S. ............................ 11.6 12.0 18.0 11.
I INDEX NUMBRS (1984-29 a 100)

light domestio fate and oil: ( 10-16 100) ................... 13 152 14 4 :!:
light domestic fats and oit .:... ............. ........... 94 108 101 101 "

11 rats and oils (?7 item ...................................s 102 114 108 106
grouped by origin
iiSilfs .................................................. o 1058 s "
rine animal oils ......................................... 336 132 139 13
Vegetable oils, domestic .................................... 150 183 114 14
Vegetable alls, foreign ......................................a 160 157 1586 l6- 15
roped by uses I
utter .................................................. 88 108 9 .
Butter, masonally adjusted .................................. 98 114 91 98 I :
Lard ............. ........................................a 6 10 105 106 105
Other food fat .............................................. 142 119 -141 141
All food fats ............................................ 8 111 10 10 "o
Soap fate ............................. ............... 18 180 I1g 1180 I
Drying ols .................................... .............. 140 168 149 14 l
iscellaneous oils ......................................... 114 117 117 11
I All industrial fats and ol ............................. 188 133 1:1 ll
iOaes compiled from 0i1, Paint and Drug Raporter, The Ntional Provisionear Th Journal of Claread gi YTek)
fports of the War Food Administration and Breau of Labor Statlstio. Prices quoted include esotale tames and .Wl :
here applicable. Index number for earlier years beginning 1920 are givT in Technical Bulletin No. TS7 (19lt) .si
PAt Fat and Oils Situation beginning December 1940.
Reflects open market sales only. Current figures refer to all types of wholeials trading fEr cash or shoer" .MS 4
t. Three-cent processing tax added to price as originally quoted. 3 Quoted in drum. Eviaed
red to present basia of quotation.
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inspected plants has averaged about 230 million pounds monthly,. '
less than the monthly average in January-March bu1t materially hii l
that in any other quarter on record. Current disappearance of we,.ily
is about as great as-output, because of recent suspension or rebmo
restrlctions.on civilian use azid'd "c ercial export. of lard, and b of
the difficulty of finding additional storage space for lard,
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Total stocks of fats and oils, though large ars .not exoe* in ren
tion to present and grqpectivd tevil4a, military, and export usea i.
restrictions .an civilian .ue and commercial exp~ t-f fats and 6t.0.l th
lard, demand.-As efficientt t "d tcntgto '.maintain prices :mostly a~tJ': .St" ::!
ceiling levels. Moreover, stocks probably reached their season& i Atit .;
or June and will decline until about October 1. In the 1944-45 ~p ..a i
beginning October 1, output of lard and grease will be substantialWi .a.liet.
than in 1943-44, and this is expected to.be reflected in a mate.i t.ig!
in the total output of fats and oils from domestic materials froQa.1' ..
billion pounds anticipated in 1943-44.. Hence, the outlook is f :ri:j.,
ing of the present comparatively easy'situation, in fats and oils, $
next fall.

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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS :...

BACKGROUND.- Output of fats and oils'in the 1942 crop year: .. : ..,
totaled 10.7 billion pounds,' 3.5 billion pounds (50 percentt)' '
more than the 1935-39 average. Present indications point ti: ;:.
a further gain in output in the current crop year (1943J-44)t ':"
of about 750 million pounds (7 percent). over output in. ;the: :
1942 crop year. With a material reduction in the pig cropi..
expected in 1944, a decline in lard output'and in total "
domestic fat production appearss likely for the 1944-45 seas "

Lard and Gzease Prices Decline

Prices of animal fats and oils in May and early June refleaet( the
abundant supply of lard. Since early May the quotation for prim:1i Wt16 'I
l'ard in store at Chicago, in tank car lots, has been 12.0 cents pe"r pi 'nd.
0.8 cent under the ceiling. .Tierce lard has been-quoted since early M:
at 13.0 cents per pound, also 0.8 cent under the ceiling., Some salTl .at..
lower prices were reported in May, including one :pf narl .2 milli ..As
to a soap maker at 9.0 cents per pound, tank car lots. Below-masi ....
for lower grades of grease were reflected in early June in quofatr:a ".
red oil (oleic acid) and' stearic acid at 0.5 cent per pound under 4
ceilings. These-products are derived mostly from grease. Demand .f .w
grades of tallow also weakened in May*. :
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foraeast at 3*01a. i
M6 ieducti" 01duo",p
pareent i-a the aoreage s4adad,,44' X rvftWA
acreagej whia to raUtivelr
The California crop thio,,yeVAel b va
usb.61,6, and Ari sona, Xpb F
..per*planted arre thisyisx are,2R
1943, and: 15bjieholb ia Calif Pini'a't, tkkr6, gaze 'a'
'4 ,il 4 'v

1943 ,Stalle TE ,-SP-ted 4 4

PT1"t`j16jj-*,f'&"jve Pil, lik', the
totaled 6. 1' Mi
4, f P;IWAS d4v
season, -At eewiliit"O-riie, 3'ea'sm"', ',out -
as ia the preceding aaazon.- expeet4t$*]
ftr a 'crop latge, al a tyear,,efitliqr,, Oz at,
cab-s and otJer containers W"uld prevont':&,v "t
on ofolv6s for dartiiitg.' Actually? t C- r, ov` P jl 4,1
Snaller th= a year earlier,, atd the pAvkof tipd,*,Rd q
inerea sea. prushings In 19"17.44 cieclihd to,,ab6ut,,OYQOO
'4, This idompares "th 44pr1OXiAgt64jY jj '01
f the totea crop.
kvatge prices'recei '.d. br farmo, o,
of the crop i-U 1942-43.'' 4
2oiidr. for cruiahing and or oliv" 1o be
4

Tole 2.- Pxokduction. and,pr ces to,
'4
olived. produetio a4d total apparett aitgpearanoe 9
lia :the UtLitea

CaUfortia I q 'i:
S07-,F-ri ce t' 6
Teai -ings as Per ton
ginn 'i"IL 44
Pro
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or
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ripe',
1P -P.. produo oil
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31 :13 '41, `4*0
1935-39 30#96 97*76
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,1940
4 1040 3.00 10,
6 4
56 2t Ok .. t.
'1941 4.9.9 .145. 1 00 ie,
59 33..' 550
55 20
3L 37-7
09MMercial prtdw!
n:,i;f -oltyles ou'tdide Qnlj:ornia i's,,to
-411ves and pricelto growers,;.,`Sureau'Lof Agri,
and production of oll-Oe.oill,'l Axr6aaif '*0 04;aa,' T6re
olive. f: prod=tion, u6poii'.
'Disappearance, compftt6d: ft alp# 4,",
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from, re--ttl t:bts' ok dnvuAtorics e'stqb1io'hed under
fG, :1 an wzs tako,-a inAmendpent,2,to thoorder. With
it easier fa*' te`a=ulate'
wi 'mgkp rp
f thn 1944 flaxseed arQp za w, "cter. way in Californln'i
qg ol'laxiiep,6 to Lmept Gbvurarrnt reqairbmAtij, for, linteed oil. The
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June Disappearnnco of
Margarine for Civilians


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Movement of -margarine into civilian trade chpannls in.'
measured by tax-paid withdrawals front manufacturers' stocks,
110 million pounds, compared with 128 million pounds in aznuaitl
estimate is based on reported withdrawal of. 35 million po~aiu Ai
pared with 41 million pounds in March) on preliminary in.1datiaSO
-movement was- about the sane in MRY. as a moith earlier .ant O16"
of sone increase in June. Supplies'of butter available fora QriY
considerably greater in March and April than in the first ? inm i
This probably led to a reduction in margarine consinption, retfOf
by the decline in dealers' takings'from manufacturers. With 'neiu
supplies of creamory butter declining mioderately in May and.Junie
margarine into civilian channels may incronse again in June.


Table 4.- Estimated quarterly civilian -disappoaran=.4
butter and margarine per capital,
January 193.4June 1944 .


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Co. .. .. ..
SPounds Pounds Pounds Pound ." ....."..'.I ..

. Butter..,: 2.9 3.1 3.0 2.9 o. .
Margarine : 1 .6 L.
Total 4.2 3.71 3.9.. 0 4.2 r a

Disappearance includes changes in doalorst inventories; 'aiJrar i
accumulated large stocks of margarine in the first guartor of 194 NM-tQ
upon then in the second quarter. I:ii
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yields from a specified material is measured by the sthnd~r4. defl
in column 4 of table 8. Among the items listed in tha tablb the
variation in yields is lowest for eottonsood and highest for
I. .; ii ;
The probable- degree of -percent ge variaiibn ia yuioldf A8
coefficient of variation (column 5 of table .),. whif is obtdi. .
the standard deviation by the average yiold,. Thp peponctage,
yields is lowest for copra and highest for mustarcs pQr I.


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pi 04, t ounds
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th* OA0- mm"-q 'fats W the
pis, A:_b bj44r 42 f rom
Order M_
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utOXSJ total
e-ma4 ac iire' ofproducts f6,r civillan'so Although
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stric.tion-t-Was
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hfi_141601tlir tn- uatzis,_q for tbO, fir't iaAd ecoicl qu;rers
Ostablish6d`at"84 percent of averaf&-utilization in the"corres-
uart er th ta.porcentage
`kers of 1 -in c quo
[VA 9,40- and 1.941; the third:q tage
Arl in!roasetms, made in the f6urth quai fr j W3thL, quotas
aibtdrE,of -mckage and bar soap'at. 9 percent of base od
f;it -b k -9 (useil mainly b launcIries, hotels and L rest
paqkage s6ra auran
*ai Ln&,for,,,m'ch=icst soaP -:t'150 Perce t The total u ilization
i6hP,vh4er:,*these qwtas was to be equivalett to,
1) p4 'ase.- IJe ol;,,foots from domestid vegotable
i4lld4oilved,11_r thle S'e, f'o o i Was im it 0 (1 in' the f
lirst quarter of'
po -,pqriod use;, n.the-second quarter to. 100,percettt,'
and in the f er, to the ame
ourth,,qijbxt
as for uGe of 'fats and, oil sp,' dependine on the, t;ype o f soap, pzloduc,

e 'trjjt Pd tate-L Cf "Soap Output
at __tbb'j S lies
for civilians, SUPP
to became inadequ&t-6 o fill manafacturo`
6uPPjIi5OQft4O %zok-latheringlt f'a't.t, chic
also 6f ][-alm. oil, anothejr'major soap fat, -
LO tlMQIat the 'ti' tness i6i ,
aryea4%. Th a cause of gh
',4 ia, d clinb in., oiput'af inedible, tdllow and
late and- early 1943, whon an iderease had been 'Azitl'c4atea.
of inediIIO allov-andgrcasesfox, soqp-making purposes was
0`V 6 th$4- 66,kiya i v s, uOasgrga'se oil Cilard,
-1 oi cial praducts',f
e,tianu U=e, of sp. or
US 'U$cG'rof, ixiedible tallow and grea
p4ud4, &er e a, deoreaze,'of I04 million pound-
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greases an Julj 1,' 2,943 'at, ijl oil-
13 (Cbv'erPW'- h' t.),
Tq make the best iase '09 a*alu6le 'igvgff:i `4
evi s in the' h6nU bf tbitkftl
',limited by,' W_i Vodld
r qu, a "a
'their prcaictloia' SE'Lch mth, to
a fat fwppliea'' **ro,, mppletsutoiil;', 00
ruMen' d4"
aRA- J117`_1943 f 46ie
gb ap Mak6ir, 1,;t July and 'Aupat-, zMao-Tats"
an", JLA3, `ver4, 4rain allow0d aldtor, 1,'51Q;
P'Ounds of 'lard
5- i06PL 1-4,tVof ctimpable t )m
i P, fa 4 W",
sub's t 8MA ja*6'
'U.0 Pr 0,.
ith thd' eclai.14, t 48u,
ent ro A 31
-ar P dUe 10-t.. "O'f "b
at 553 m'1146Ap was, z or pW quar*&kl, h
ion, p0an'o ailid',
greater them in the pr'eceding
greater ihe-A- I r d h 194 'A1thoi*h',con=njptiou, 61
OVtu "InCreaSO production, lnvantaAes",jj- 0 tose,"
,the pr_4 _L .1 1' ha.
war ve. (qoveag..c rt
U010. of RG'Sin 114, -to av,

is a materisa kmt dan,'be US64,Ant6rc-ho' jkyll
;Af eoft#, oil% to soften a ichvoiaa,"
soap w4 tqt't1hV
inedible tallo-4. tik6d.llm: cor re at proportioua* make, "good,,,, aoapl*
MogtVreatrs'.. '_ HIM.
are only 'A fraetion of, prizez'ajats,-6ndbil
M6 roATL a -! hiiteCoirer 7 pe041t-,qf
4 3 4ind otLst
materials used- in soap,.: but. by 'had do
:5- pe ixt' f thb. to taile- 5.);,..
Jn 1943 rosin was in, plettti-ful? F al Ayj tuih -,3
between 4.:'I!. 5`,:1e'entt: per Ppunk VK W4a, trtj U6,jj Yo'j'k'j
over 13 cents porpftnd for quqe-ref ined cott4ASSIOL'& oil
131bemAa: per p6iti& f6r -Vie,,aprbblez. grade of, bj:bLu
f QuLd.,for Aci&ulated,.-cottonsoed,ol-j foot &,- basiz 95 Porc4AC,
carp,:, kew 'York). The -!re Utvely'40v'pr'ice ofi,,roz*,_]'
ab Ap atfit d. the flett tlhkt use t
a SU Y Inerease in it, a Us a during
ad '1943' -, AfUr 00t
reqUir,6d. by War Food Order 96 Ao. increase, the rosiA a' e "A
-.OIVMPns

131 te fir-8t,
of, rQs;Lu in soap', ,d`a1a,4
more thaij. in -the precedi t '4t*St T
A Went, itlllzptiu),'
Tamlary-)arch .1943 lta-01 "'Sba
year from 1943 to Marqh IJ44 totale, `16a, lntdi
V
,.,more t1han a year 0atjj4W..EMd th6::. -t since T ecov&91














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Toa ft, t is ot
and rosin PR ...... P,6,6

aled ias.l foll5o5 oe58
Gotodee oil,: 06 9min
Conala ............ tond at4 6310


iUsdwc oils ...


194-43 d32-Tr
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76, 394 820 .3

11, 9 V Qi M5 51
ig' b 94
10, 088 lit
7mi3
P'I 77 T,
24 90
tr 331, 3
L'goo
'5 77,
43Pv 745 Y% 54 5 2"

1G, 693 23, 89 33,012 44,323

tk7.4,236 454s,634 42, 956 54, 75
c tage of total i.lj,
1i lt rM
)01-cq4t Tcrcent pelcmt Pe c
104
$ -79-7 `73--S 41
nel,
9. 6.4
3- 1-4.
d:ereA'iork, fat. 3
2-3, 3' i,. 4
2-5. -2
V -7-
z, Wt `3
56K 913
959, 7 93 9 '9 :-2,
7
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a;.tablc FP.ts and Oils, Bureau of the Census, oexpt that..gua. Iii
f apricot kernels, murumaru kernels, mustard- so'ed palmT ktorls. rSid*
bad, .tucuu kernels, tung nuts, and walnuts for ,the years: 1J38.- fi-i":
toectly by the Bureau of the Census. Those ar available to $nt.r-.,
sted persons upon request.. I/ Standard deviation is computk. as
-= yield in a. givon year, M= the average yiold in the yo&r- indic3~at
ie number of years on which the average is bAsed. 4/ CoefficiOnt of vY
j nputed as T x 100, where r e the standard deviation aa~s. MX. the aiMya
rJncludos somo oil produced .from coconuts sic skin, QI This avTP'.
lOvory from mustard seed prepared for use as a condiment'^ ave lo.a f..: i.
irushed for oil. The oil yiaid in the former ease is' sub.uth la. i i
st 2, A:. .. .. i:
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,Apri Ne a 19

u L* '043
7 ,
l*V Feb. 'M A
bt -,Milj lb,

147 I
1. *41 5 i4 lo5,.,.,g "'1-24.8 i3o
.9 1 0,

.132.8'' -259. 1 2491.0
gre ns 4"
4 4,
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16.6 7,3
31.1' .3
13O D,
66. 94.4'
93-7
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1,2
9
5,0 14.4 .6' 9' 5,
? :2Q. 9 18'. 3, 12 4,
6 106.5.. 96-6:' 6i'3
89.2.: 98 -'0: 7,9,2
T
2.3, 9'
ii.6 12.9
IT4 AW 131' .:'g,: 123-5:1 129,6
Ij
2.8 i.b- i i"A
91 9 310. 2
tail 7-41.o' 6 911 3'1
ro qmes,ie M,
Year. '154
V -ig4o-4i ig4i-,,42 1942-43
MY1. Aw lb, 'Nil. lb. m jl
2,297 '2,lv, 2, 082' 2/1,9
t 2,960 T/3
d,, 'T*t, to- a. 2i2',.5 2,44o '5
1 p 733 1, 62,

et.i :2TI .'211
Oct
Oct.- t 14
175 -215, 1,6
Oct., 196 242, 0 2
A19. 1,425 1#250 1 4op
iuiy -494 546 729
v 1-0 2
174
t. V` l3b
Zf 5 :707 ItI99
'4 2
-14, -6- q, 3_33 2 1-1
re 0 tilr- Cenus and the Department olo jlgftcuj
t6t,4 ptoduztlon of, b-at te r, ltbrd, ineditle tallol
t'' t 2/, Rev!
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81fats and oil 7
Ser a1 aa *...........a a 7w; 302 107.6
and rendered pork tat } 2. 4- 1
oasesa, exclvding wool grease w- N.,.77.5: 105 -9,
atli-foot -oil age ....... 2.2 -3.J
,80 0il ... a.01,- 0.....a .. ....: a4 39-9
tegrine,, ani-nal, edible....6 .2,7 3-4
Iallow, edible 11.-......: I7 16.3
allw, neibl ........ge "1366,6 15.6
olgrease i.........s: 4. .6 1
tfpd and cod-liver oil-...... 26 1.
-h,er fish-Iiver oil 0 .6..... 0 0 2.0- -15
'i~sh oil ............: a114.5 11 5
:Varine cmanrjal oil ...... 00....... r6,46
Total, animal A.......: i(9 7-
eta le oilsi criude basis 2
abass L .......... NsAo 10.0 .
,,Castor oil .. .................. 3m 309 66 VA
ooutoil IT.........g n 7. 1,& I
'Corn oil .'a ..........: "3. 246., 2a
.0ottonseed'il........: 534-5 41 .4 "564.
Wikseed oil ....... X-..,.26..a.aN.3" 26J.6 0"7
yiticica oil .... a. o0* *a*:a @.. *a..: 70.1 6
YOlive oil,' edible oo'.m.......****: "5.1 7.
lieoil7,*inedible and foots.: .
,Talm-kernel oil I;.x.....: 8 .5-
Anoil Ua..,........ 76 6.
em toil .. ........ .: a50. 4,*
!Perilla oil ...... ...: n165*
p41 e oil s o 0 a0 9a ......... 0 *.*... 19.41 $
Same oil* gas+*........ 131
Soy9ban, oi *........... 21rs.9 g,1. a;o P6
p gOil ... 0 0 0 a........* 29.-9 4013 2
10ther vegetable oils o..,.. a .It 4o0.4 -2941
Total, vegetable ........ 1,a7 ,801
Grand total 2".....1..... 2,1 28 4339-3 `25Z8

uiled from reports of the Bureau oft he Cenus in exp t. butter Uia&
ninistration. Totals computed fron, unrounded numbers. -n ues ao
vernrient.
Cold-storage stocks
"Crude plus refinedl converted to crude basis by dividingsby tho folio
assu, corn, cottonseed, palm-kernel, anti palxi oils 0.:93- CO conut,;,
,ybean oils 0.94. .






qt"R, m
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1:400 1b

41, -.4444


6'.,760 3 P-, 4 35,'

*44. 2,144 1A
M I I
'14

66 gj
4,4 19 ?83
4
35,
'1 7,

lli893 15,624 ig 09W- 191
41-;5.. 1s b9Z t
23 o'O
9-7 47- A,7
20 1,55 IL 1,069
0, 0 0A 5 3'
91

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12
53


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ik 30457 47 1),, 2 45''
F
93 9 G6,
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9 9$
'909
6
20 39
3
36 37
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Table 12.- Prices received by farmers and oricea art terminal mark
specified oil-bearing materials, -May 1942 and 1943, March-May


Item : Unit


Castor beans, Brazilian,
f,o.b, Brazilian ports ....: Long ton :
-Cottonseed, United States
,average ..................: Short ton:
Flaxseed, No. 1, I:inneapolis: Bushel
Flaxsoed, United States
,average ..................,. "
Peanuts, No. 1 shelled


Mar. .. *- .- 1Q 1
1_ 0q2 1..4j3 :. Mar. A V3
Dollars Dollars Dollars -Doll
.......... .. .-


1/99.31

43.99
2.58

2.43


.75.00

.46.11
3* 16

2,98
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19~I14

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75.0o 75.00 75.ko .I

52.70 5a2.50 52.50 2
-3.05 3.05 35.5 ,I

2.85 -2.186 '2.


Spanish, Southbenstern :...... ...
S shipping points ...........:100 pounds: 13.12 14.25 14.25 14.25 1l
Peanuts United States : .
Li average ................: : 6.30 -7.01- --7.-52 7.63 1
I? Soyboeos, United States : .. ....
r- average ..................,: Bushel 1.73 1.72 1.89 1.91
SCompiled from Oil, P paint and Dru; Reporter, Daily Trade Bulletin (Chica-o-.

- Chicago Journml of Commerce, Daily. Market Record (Hinneapolis), and repo
- the Bureau of Agricultural Eoonomics. '
/ C. and f., New York.
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