The Fats and oils situation

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Title:
The Fats and oils situation
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301 v. : ill. ; 26-28 cm.
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United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives 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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Statement of Responsibility:
United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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"Approved by the World Food and Agricultural Outlook and Situation Board," Oct. 1977-Oct. 1980.
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Title from caption.
General Note:
Item 21-D.

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S .t.i L F @ nm.aind per tapita diesppearanceof fat and oils for domestic food used
toi *d i:iltatti In 19 was nearly 3 pounds par capital less than in 1942, largely
nelilnotin of .futtr'ai wi ll as cooking and salad oils. Total civilian :
#0 641ii elliws. IliAltd during I43 by point rationing and other Istr icti.orta.
j iti d ouvntpatIn thle first half of 1944, many restrictions on civilian
i trime a butter and nargarne were suspended or removed. The combined:
p tll -..a.-ield.dll)e ill .In 144l ay be somewhat larger-than in 1i3.
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Otter. 92-osore, osw Tork .....,m.e............ .............
a1egrga9rine, doa. eag., blChia.O *........... .. ...............i
ound- (animl mad Toa. cooking fate), ChasM .............. i
d, loose, Chicago ..........................................a
prime stem, tiaeree, ChoIago ........................
.r refined, oartona, Chih go ..............................
1loil, No. 1, barrels, Iw ork .. ..*.......... .......I
:eosteariLn, bbl., 9. T. ........... ..,................ ....*..
12oll, edible, ChiMago .i............. .>... .. ........ i .....

n oil, orde, tanks, f.o.b. mills .........r.................
Soil, refined, bbl., 1T ....................*.........
Ittonsed oil, afuds, tanks, f.o.b. 8.1. edlle ................
nttoaseed oil, p.e.y., teak ere. T. .... ..................
'taut oil, orudeo tanks, .o.b. I.2ll ............ ...........
mnanut ail. refined, edible (white). drmom, ..............a
hiwyben oil, rnds, tank cars, midwstern mills .............
oeybea oil, edible, drum, 1. .l., 1. .... % ..............a

eooeout oil. allel, crude. tanks, f.o.b. Pacific Coast / ......
locanut oil, n.la crude, bulk, o.L.f. T. / ..............
Joecut'oil, nAUl, refinede, edible, tank oarmt.o.b..YT. /.'.
live oil,. Califonia, 'dtble, dnr n .. ....................
iPal oil, ler orae dri.,.. T. / ...,.......................
tape oil, renind. dnafti dulk. c.i.f.. i ...............
lunflower oil, saot-refined, tank ear f.o.b. 5. T. ...........

lallo,. No. 1, inedible, Chi~ap .............................
ireame. A. lWite. Chtea ....r............................a
Ienhaden oil, crude, tead, f.o.b. BLltimore ....................
lardine oil, orude, tanks..Pacific .Coaet .......................
Ibsle oil, refined, bleaobed winter, drums, I. Y. ............

Lineed oil, raw, tank cars, Minaeapolis ......................
Linseed oil, raw, drums, oailots, T. ......................
)lticloa oil, tank oarse, .o.b. N. ...........................
Lung oil, drum, N. T. ........................................

lastor oil, No. 8, bbl., N. .............. ...............
Istor oil, No. 1, tanks, N. T. .............................
lastor oil, dehydrated, tanks, ....... ..................
od-liver oil, aed. U.S.P. bbl., I. T. .........................a
lad oil, Newfoundland, drums, N. T. ..........................


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gfbt dameotio fate and oile (1910-14 = 100) ................... 130 144 12 141 141
pght domaetio fats and oils ................................... 92 102 101 -100 "Q

1 fats and oils (27 items) ................. ................. 100 109 10B 107 10T
Poued by origins
AniMl falt ................................... .............. B7? 98 96 .9 9
Brine animal oil ................................ .......... 137 132 1i .138. U
Vegetable oils. doestio .................................... 128 132 134 154 14
Vegetable oils, foreign ....................... ............. 166 17 156 186 168
fo ad by use .
SBu or ....................................... ............... 83 96 96B
utter, seasonally adjusted ..................................... 9 104 9s 10i 0
Lard ....................................................... .96 1006 101 .. : 9
Other food fate .............................................. 138 189 141 141 141
All food fat .............................................. 94 104 108 106 102
Soap fte .................................................... 18 120 100 0 : 2
Drying oila .................................................. 118 150 149 149 149
Miscellaneous oils ........................................... 11 117 116 116 1
All industrial fate and oil ................................ 131 132 131. 131 ,
rices compiled from Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter, The National Provisioer, The Jomual of Camros (Im lri.rk .
sports of the War Food Administration and Burau of Labor Statimt)io. Price quoted inaluda pine t1axe R a:. |9
here applicable. Index numbers for earlier years beginning 1910 ar givi in Teohaical Bullet n No. 737T f i "
le Fats and Oil0 Situation beginning Deoeober 1940.
i Deflects open market sales only. Current figures refer to all types of wholesale trying for eash or mhairit
credit. / Three-oent processing tax added to price as originally qpLoted. / Quoted in drus. /RRevised.
SConrerted to present basis of quotation.


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aounAs. matodally leus thnn tW ripgord pvtpu't -.'df "',n

smAisr in l(j43,44 and alGolievs tkan the 10-7 billionn, ounds, produced,

3. The prinaipal retio in. output 11, tdAn TTardj, outlook

Orto "of, 'fatz ar4" '61'11r4 is unaertain, IAxt no imp imareiam. over.-
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'7 A ze4*tlon expe-Oted izL', th6l 19wP4 'CrIVA 60. total,

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partly: offset b7 a:rise in tlow et 9Atn

lard prices strengthene4-iWdAbite we. The lovees ,trrig
for sales of lard inA tankm-car, lots'. Chicago, was repore4,A t
cnsper poqnd compared with9cnsi a nr he
lower grades of gr Ase nd tallow durtyg *una *e" ,m6ggl t
Linseed,,oil in: 1page ltsatgttgw orwa sd kt -1 ighii
but in early.July, th rc fljedo1rtre $ara(M
14.7 cents per povnd.(tank cars or'tank vageo) eta
The index number of wholeeale pricez of 27"maJor fafwl and, Oilw
unchanged In Juine at 107 percent of the 1924.29' Ave T40a

Aefleeting an expanded output, isappeara te of lard~i
domestic consumption (civilian and miitary) e~xcludi ng use in
products, increased about 190 million pou ds fr om the 1942,10
estimated A 94P-million pounds.. Thios was grea~tpr'#az,ia dAV
exccept, 194Q Thereq was xlqo at4 increase.-.of aboixt 40 ilg
appareint-Aonws c, -djqapveaacefcopu ani egtabU 6d
Thesea indr-qasp" vqre;Ampre than otf set, by. a .4qrline of Jnl
poundA in '&amesticd.-isapperanq of -fate' aqd oils 11%"4izcll
such'as. salad and, cooking qil.s, zayornai-sa, salaii.dresslthg, azA
'products' Zhtt increase iuIlard Vupt"nte frgh
an easing of restrictions on-bivilian, uses: of-lard Pand redlic Q
the ration-point ialues-f'or-food .fat~s and:oilO othe th 4-q
With lard output to be reiluced substantially T,-h,'1945'k, SAWp
consumption are expected to be shorter that. iii the curev& tma'



_OUUTLOOK of iaoj v!Ot
BACKG:ROUND.,- Opptofa~ts A.d Misf o silomes tir WLa
in the present crpya 14,z4poalywl Otol
11 4 billion pounds. This is about Y656, tilli f 4ung
percent) more than output in 194P-43, and 4.1 billion u
(55 percent) "oetatte135 a ragee: output i
19@ 45 crop year, howeverr, may decline to approvigateI
bilIlion pounds i latgely as 'a. result roftpzdetion of-
.30 percent in the 1944 pi oropadq~niae eln
of ealy50 percent' in f'latseede rea~g, aud -p*O actio
Fats 'and Oil' Pjroduction From
Domestic Miater.ials'-to be 4
gub s toantjl e~duce~d

Present indicat' ns, point to A total output" 4f" fate AI&Ij
domestic materials in 19 5 of roughly.1o billion pounds*
wlih about 11.4'biljlioi pounds in 1943-.44 10.7 lillio yedb
and 9,7 billionpound~n 1414 2. Tk in T L4, Tooukio E wnm f~a P1s
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Peanuts grown alone for all purposes were planted on about
acres this year compared with 5.1 million acres -laSt seaion4 -m: 4.
about 18 percent. The largest percentage declines- in acreage :Idc
the main commercial-producing areas. In Virginia and Georgia doepeb
slight; in North Carolina, Alabama, and Florida declines range5d-- 5
percent. In all other States, acreages were from 28 to 50 pe
than last year. The greatest percentage expansion in acreage Iaii,
1943 was in this latter group of States.

There was a decline of-about 3 percent in acreage f, .4
alone for all purposes, from 14.8 million.acres last year to' .
acres this-year. SoybeAhs are reported to have-been dubstitt
Missouri and Indiana as a result of unfavorable weather at seeding fl
oats, and in these States the acreage i's greater -than last yea i
Sthan that planned by farmers on March 1 'But in Illinois" IOa",..
Minnesota the weather continued .urfavorable.. during soybean pla
apparently limited soybean acreage to some extent.

The planted acreage of flaxseed wds drastically reduoed a
largely because'of crop management problems and because other d
particularly wheat, promised greater returns per aore:. The a
of flaxseed for harvest in 1944 is about j.1 'million ci pa' e
in 1943. On the basis of the condition of the crop:en Ju il',::
production of flaxseed in 1944 is 26.5 million bushels, little uWri
'the bumper 1943 crop of 52 million bushels, and the smallest:> ine
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Cash MRarkoetin ut froMQj14d$
Probablyat Peak inII4 M

_Oash marketing receipts in 1943fram zottoneeed,pest
-flaiseedewe estimated to -have been dI)milllon dollars compared
mt-lion dollars in 1942,-4()9 million ddllare in -1941, and 210
in 1946. -Prices recelVed by 'farmprz tor, al1 ffo@ maoor-oil,"
b6her 'in 1943 than 'in 194.2.' tith a'deeline In'the' cvttojm at
of ,cottoneped sold 'by farker,4 was soinewhat -smaller than a yeqA
the qUantities bf -peanuts 'sokbbane, and flaxseed sold were
Prices t farmers for oilkeeds will avdrage higher tbsef a. -ea
Ahe #ffect of thio. an farmers ansh income probably will be m
brA~~eaereesad vemaetlags -of cofttonseed aAd.'flatseed resulfing f
cropae.

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Cottonseed .........g.,: 83_. 17 0Z
P~eanute a............,,16 16
Soybeans K............:21729
Flaxsqed ...................;: '54 8
Total f our oilseeds .... 21 D
All crops and livestock (including:
'Government- payments) ......: 9,10O6 11,v742 16 ip071 19

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.Four oilseed's as a perdentagie of,:
iall crop's and livestock 4....: 2.'. .

Preliminarly .

Large Government Purchases 76f
Linseed Oil In June,

L June purchases of linseed.,oil by the-,War F6oo aAdxinist za & r
million pounds compared with 49 million pounds in May (re ised 00
total of 12 million poindo -in. the firbt 4 mon-ths of: the Yiear, ML e
lard and rendered pork fat in June weir6'85 -millift poindte-Lar *
million pounds in May (revised), a monthly average of about 120 M
from January to April, The quantity* of. 0.1 fatt'.and, oils-L."g
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and New-Mexico is $55 per ton, f .ob,. thippink ,dn aita in
producing States, $56 p exr ono- Theze ,ate prtese Voqt A s#10,,
'United Stat-es ave6ag prc of ere 4o cteee.14
was *.t480 Per -tbn.'
,The Gocernment program for ---ttozmed pri
season wil- -1 1 similar to tfiat in tef eat in -194) -4,
Commodity GrediA Corporationi Will pa elng rd a~
cottonseed oil, meal, and' liters offered b cottons
agreeo4 t o pay not jess -than anjppo;,t, Prices ea. s
for all cottonseed of the, 1944 crop- purchased in Ie
between Augast 1, 1944 and July 31. 1945,



Withtheagicctf theVn fl axsee& 'Or1Mhing 'I a
c=6sers wknd oicd dealers: were fraee I onwqulyA5,,fromjn eV
This 'action w&# taken in Amendment, 4 'to, Mar 766C4 Order, 94'.
dealers in Galifo'rnia and' Orego n had beent exempted c a
and those in xansas and Oklahoma' ooul 7b medet
domestic flaxseed to Atlantic 4seayqard mi014blstllp ob
ordei. 4

Reduced Petgtntage or Butter gutput to b
M seerved: -in 4,'nd Auet

The percentage of cr eame ry buttert' prodUctiena to v
choe byGo'iernmenti agencias,was'reducded fr-61,D 50rai
percent In, July and 3D percent in August., TbAS act on 4tg
Ord~er,2-6; i staed: Jiine .19. Becamse, of t4he.s oe deoliixq-
tion after Jvze, the quantj-forbutter availabl,', fr- ftA
September wVill be. less: thaA ftAPril--JUyWe, `de,*ita 1AJR rgatoe*
-to be Velerved: for. Government agencies.

Sas nsio ofRestrictions, on Tu n.
-9jrts 31 Lard. continued

Re'strictionse d use of jatd,,, bn beed, mki'ng prevjo lt.
K9y 15 'to- June 30, vere further sueniended~unit eokr
War food Order 1 intiied June. 22. 'Bakera'mity G, tev41
three partt fa 'to 100eI9 :at luprvddaye on
consists of lard.

fxporters were notified in.latet JMe that e14wtlj of t*
Latin American RepWblics and certain Allipd nAtiond, mg
-licenses for an indefinite perded- 'Under thienr, aet
for the period *ay 1.$ to Jue 1 sbtafal uafte
movringto i Mexico.Ph marasovmnt is ret@Vardd hNvevera? bit a'
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city plus-freight charges tGThe vo0Anhtt* lhers ttw UO"M 0"
whether directly',or In the manafteatwp C nberpo~q
25, effective July 9, processors" aeillg 6 i4 fort21041 J
be used foi* certain jobbing sales of laiA wbichoaherwii'evo,
to ceiliinge deOtermined by 0he Genral, Yjodmmn lriov -eggat4*-

X*port ialea, 4f fMat and oilo wer#, a prvt eom@ t
sious of MER, 53 but made' subject to tlh Sed, Rtving i* at
Regulaton, by Amendmont 26 to MPR 53, effoetph4e Aay 8.

hoeCifla maximum priae.' diff erentials for, qales of le
lot ofcocnut oil in drame were establiuked c ilti6
HPR-53.
Amendment 29 to KM 593, effeooive- Auguist 2p -westAri
tions -forl'pr~icing npw brands of'margarine and, repriaing Wld
pre sent relations, established in lpril this'yeat 47:4y
plementiar Regulation 15 to. heGneral Maxim=s krice- iKt
Amendment 29 to Supplementary Regulation 15, effective 4g


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With hog slaughter at a new high level in 1943, prode
and rendered pork fat, including eat imatedi oqtpu~t-o,& farcs .
wholesale. establishments ;;ot. under Federal. inspection, 'tqtalt 3
pou~nds,.592 -million pounds? mo~re than. a year- elier anid f
more than In 192,, the .previous lard and rendered pork fatjsn.1943, including both evla
use, at 2,086 million pounds, also was greater than in any otg
K ~r~ecord,. The .increase tn digqppedrance over 1942, however,. j,
2Q6 million .pounds,, was le.s 'thawthe increase in 1rdions
of an expansion in le1 lase. exports and,a substantial a
inventories.. In .19.43, deliverie a of. lard and. rendered: pork,3
tood. Administration at- ship Is I W for lend,-lease' e-x-Port-totale&
pounds compared with 575 miion pounds in I92 Stcs.n
rose 71 million pounds -during .1943,, and there was also, an ae
of 117, million pounds in inventories held by th a o da
outside cold fftorage and.by soap manufacturers.. (TOeble 5.)

Use of lard in-margarine, shortening,.'anL nonfbod I?
141 million pounds in 1943 compared with 71 million pounds i~n 'J
lion pounds in 1941, and an average of. 9-Xillion pounds in )MA
a short supply in.1913 of. the. usual. fats,uead, for soap si
pounds of lard- were used for this purpose compared, *th, Ies
pounds in any earlte~x, year. Pressing. and other mischllaneous
uses of-lard also were large in 194,3,, totaling. 191 ailliozn
with the previous peak of 700,000 Pounds. in- 1942. use 'Ci Ia
:fadtiyre of shortening andL margarine,.totaling 47 mi,1lion u h
than in 1941 or l942, when. the price okf la*r was Unusual 2l
to prices-of cottonseed and other edibles vegetable~oilw~n 4=41j*
relation to .the prieb of edible tallow. A3ireet usee of I%, -
civiliaf and military population in 19143: is etimAte to ha





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ga pqt 'a-A"Ve, 46 ix *w 41"
tion'to, usevottoilpoad 00
4rtl,15,' 1943 7w, 'M ;e 00rJPW D.
mixizg broad dougti "b rt t*4 1w,
T
CazO*er I
not raitricted 'in' 1945*- e*OOPt-,, thrO4X'I*k
uhi ch 'b egan la leCt e Maroh, Od indir, elitil t
A lard from proeassors-, largiilr 'for
1543. 5d PerOPIA ol, the, 1 14',Pro4ld4
1'"quiroad to,,be',a6t aaldO' f4* p4rchaso'b
to OqO "A
Ju1j'10, 41,, ueQ 'Cvf. la Pal 4,
lk=ed.*
Siiuatio
klo

in'' the f irot Ulf di _on '6f V#,T&
level. ,,,Nderally inGpectedoutpat in this Perloo; '*t It
was 54'percent -over the provioue, peak,,re0blea 1*1'1110ar
4..bopcme dIf icult to find "a p h, p"tage, qmqe $6r
4g, tacItg pf ard. 'a4tl'i#biltit
XeLich, 1, Latv"I, Urd pidhiipedL '4n& daIIi*4rpd b
thor i4red, pr,4w:,,t
u X *04, to be used. "sx-quota" n mi6mufact
-bgT cbarged against manul'awturerist %uotaoof "total fAts
pr ij6t -Al -Aioo, on,
Otor.:Civi I an pro, b'akors u e
`Ii q r anifr hal
...without ;w6tvictica bl 4,siL Aii 15 fb-,SOP"
pril 544
tat
olle were redueed:tol:ze.

-Ahese.:hiddifIOAtic*s, of earl
lamd into inactured. ,Otbly, poap., *i
in a944 t h=, a yeer- earliOr Ajsd,, t bqek:Ap*OOtLq
'iavd i "shorteli-ing ana v(iibl 'o 4 JI'
But tbo '00 tive naewL 'these, 6
hi s f4l, iargely I c ause of' a. S-Lib a talit,"
1944-45 seaaon (begianing Octdb'er tk=A'JX' db 4344`

ppearanO .1n.. 1941 -of lard,, em..
xiot shorteningl."aia Odible bil* f4r,,'qVvtl
fd.,kwe bee! V 31.
al 6.u-t -5 Vnmd a per c4it4i",Virt
darli6ipf: Ihere were. inOte&qes,,'bf abouV)Dq p"hiv 01 X
Aloe arawe of. latd.andabout 0 un
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l9 32 ..:2,274A86 E4;. 71,83 1,799,064 1G% 3N 47
1933' 2i 24T.1,5 242 737. 197-406 1,759,143' 944,2
"A'4 ..:2?109%,A4 .52-, 213.245 1,7.4 .16,950
'1935 ... :2,19T,29 370-T62 3D6,357 14M 9.14. -1,513i)31
193 ...:211804 3,83 P22644 1. 44g: 03f 1, 50Do12N
197 .:R, 11% 521 3,36325,615 J.357.691 1.5589,493
198..e1770-384,561 311V9655 X.4 3'5.05, 1.499,436
1939. .:,215,6-37 300,12 '2142.171 1662.460 11 395,-945
14...21 81, 09 op 6, 0 .1"955,9899,r114,7
1941,..2 .753-294,895 110905.506 1. 401.15 5 1
942 31 :2. M13.00 3 365,000 29 7, 000 Ws9, 171 1, 3Dpo.109
1943 3 115,0 ,0Alo ,9B35 133.15%
: ~Per capital civilian, ad miliay
:Pounds pounds .1ounzds Pounds, tupds

'19 31 ..: 19.0 1.9 ..5 .35.3
19 32 ..: 18. 191 705
1933 -- 17.9 1.9 .1.6 13-9 -7e5.
1934 -; 19.2, 2.1 1-71. 9.4
W95 ..: 17.1, 3.0 9 .4 9.5, 12.0
1936,...: l6.4 -3.0 2 ,5 11,2' 12.3
193Y,.. 16.3 3.-1 250.5 12-3
1939 -.: 16.4 M. 2.4 11 a0' 44,.
93 ..: 173 2-:3 .812.6 >.
1o..: 16.-9' 2.4 1-9 14.4 894
1941 ..: 16-3 2-7 -2.2- 2 1,04
942 3/. : 1603 2.7 2.2 13.3 .
1943 1/ 0-1.2 3.7 301. .
: Per~~ ca-Pitacvlano

.191 .. 15.9 .2.2 14.2 12
1942 ]/: 15 .6 2.2 13.6 89
1943 3j : 11.9 3214:5;.
ESetmates are computed 77cmilda flo
(In tpae following notes ftfactory consumptions means' factory7 consumpt
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disappearance means domestic,4isaapearance minuse reported. conump
% utter and lard
Total domestic disappearance less',reported quantiti 4 -ane~ed in the'
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Total Aoital 0111 7442
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Vhllcrvv Odible li ...440 .. 400'
01,ostearihs 8.: Iii
U iia 4. i14.8 a St alp, 4,*4 a dil 21
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her, 9=11mial, and:d"W bils
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MArine oils.
total all fats bad i1g:77-160-g 100*0
0 Iled f Waievuof the Census, Animal 04 VegaMbU
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11 vsronta& w be of dtovdtic origi in
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dand redidpg a./.:N. 66.7
ses, excidding w41 grease 74
tisi-foot Dil ,......., .
e4 oil ...... ,4......, : 2

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1CV, incredible 0 P w.... 121;8
.. grease ,.................. it,:
0ial.znd -cod"Iiive r oill ...r... I2.9
E fg fish :tver oil'., ...:2
v i h oil ......................_i 99 57
Xm:i~ew mazwanL oil. :.....:68
Total, ania 54tv...., 6
'fetable: oiLcue his2
a-a- --z --
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ics'so6 oiil 6..o. a..a.. o. 35.5
06,conut oil .... ... 193.2 a
Corr il ..... .... ..'...... "32.9
Cottonseed oil .. a..... 0, 5.
linseed oil ..... ... NA22
0iticica oil 6,.. *****
01live ORl,- edibl V..;...
Olive. oil, inedibl& and ftoots-. 6

P ....e i .. .
iiiiiiiiw iii
Palm- oil L.... ...-.. -7 0, 6
Peanixt oil If.......... V, 1%.3
Peri-11a oil ......*....f "1.3 -
Rape o-. 23
Ses.. e oil- ; .6
Sbean oil 231`3

Other vegetable oils .....: "40 29'.2
Totail: ve etable ft.....: "13.I
G rand total ..*.4... 19.

0i4mjpiled from r epo'r tis Of -the uruofthe Cen3suis; exc]ty
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overnmento'
Revised. Total stocks as reported by jhurea'u of th~e d'Cenru,_
O;Iude -plu's Iref ined convertied -to cirade b~pi c by divi d
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vegetabIe 90
li fats and oils, 2r29495 47. 45 36,2

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5,.095 9.* _5
959 996 1.1,909 3-:430 1' 47,2
g f lyp'eiin 46r L 55. 83 71. G;51
43.:
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ioncentrate 110 9
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5 61 61192 ll, 77C 9. 2g6 9 Q49
59.01-5 45,$98' -45,461
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f.*.b, Brazilian vorts ....: Long t6A 75.co 75%o 75-00
06tonseed, United States ::
average .........,:short to01 43-97 46.0 20
-91axseed,: 'o, 1, Jinnesmallia: Bushel : 2.54. 3.05 39
I.'laxse dv 'United St at es :

Peainutm, No. 1 shelled::
Spanish, Soulthe~astern:
shipning -Doints ...........:10t) pounds: 10075 .142 2
7heanits. Unit-ed States
ve rage It.... .... 5.51 7.0O: 6
ISoybaans, United States.:
average W. ...o ...........: use 1.63. 1,973 1491

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