The Fats and oils situation

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The Fats and oils situation
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APRIL 194 '


W DOMESTIC DISAPPEARANCE (CT9t iO OIL PRODUCTS. IN TERMS OF FAT COI


Lard, shortening,
and edible oils


1-911 9 33
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AT OF AGRICULTURE
I 'i : :"'"
.


1935 1937 1939 1941
ACTUAL WRIGHT OP BUTTER: FAT CONTENT OF MARGARINE


NEG. 45291 BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECOMO


iv.l iig and military takings of fat and oil products in 1944totaled approxi'
iM 1li4Lion peunsgi (in terms of fat content), about 300 million pounds more than
srli.er, The ,bhief increase was in soap. There also were slight to moderate i-nr
i1f hiter, linloteium and miscellaneous industrial products. Use of lard for fo#44
0l.d sepn:;oawat. In 1945, with a sharply reduced supply of fats and oils and cpthNm
bm**pewtm, dtoeati: use of dost fat and oil products will be reduced.



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Tanl I,-$waseapsemg rsszcerr pouna or isawun o .mq, u a ry a *I. *peasaafr frl :, U .. :El:*m
bh6rft )tedBofte uand oils, troeh 1923 sau 1944, JMnucihrr1n3bi 449.

: (PRICES


. I 1 lmrtA n a "s45
s 191 14 sas-" a Pebruarr a


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r, 92-soore, ph ..... ..... .... ...............
ter, 92-oore, Tor '...................................
eoargarine, dom. veg., Chicago ...............................
orteming oantainig animal fat, 1-pound cartons, Chicago .......
d. loose. Chicago ...........................................
Srprime steam, tieroes, Chia go .............................
d., refined. 1-pound cartons, Chicago .........................
0o oil, extra, tieraes, Chicago ...............................
*lostearine, bbl., N. Y .......................................
aow, edible. Chioago .........................................

orn oil, crude, tanks, f.o.b. mills ............................
rn oil, edible, returnable drums. 1.c.l., Y. ...............
battonseed oil, rude, tanks, f.o.b. 8.E. milla .................:
ottoneeed oil, p.s.y., tank oars, S. Y. ........................
smiut oil, crude, tank, f.o.b. mills ..........................
fenut oil, refined, edible (white), drums, N. ................
:oybean oil, crude, tank cars, midweatern mills .................
;Soybean oil, edible, drum, 1.o.l., N. Y. .......................
fIutlower oil, semi-refined, tank cars, f.o.b. N. T. ............

Babaasu oil, tanks, N. Y .........................................
Coconut oil, Manila, crude, bulk, o.i.f. Pacific Coast 2/ .......
Coconut oil, Ceylon, crude, bulk, N. Y. 2/ ...................... I
Olive oil, California, edible, drums, N.Y. ......................
Palm oil, Congo,crude, bulk, K. Y. 2/ ............................
Rape oil, refined, denatured, bulk,-ew Orleans .................

Tallow, No. 1, inedible, Chicago ................................
Grease, A White, Chicago ........................................
Menhaden oil, crude, tanks. f.o.b. Baltimore ....................
Sardine oil, crude, tanks, Pacifio Coast ........................
hale oil, refined, bleached winter, drums, N. Y. ...............
Cottonseed oil foots, raw, (50C T.P.A.) delivered. East ..........

Linseed oil, raw, tank cars, Minneapolis ........................
Linseed oil, raw, returnable drums, oarlots, N. Y...............
Oitioioa oil, drums, f.o.b. Y. ...............................
Tung oil, returnable drums, carlots, H. Y. ......................

Castor oil, No. 3, bbl., N. Y. .................................:
Castor oil, No. 1, tanks, N. ..................................
Cater oil, dehydrated, tanks, Y. .............................
Cod-liver oil, mad. U.S.P., bbl., N. Y. .........................
Cod oil, Newfoundland, drums, N. Y. .............................

'Glyeerin, soaplye, basis 60%, drum or tanks, N. Y. .............


Cantas
pra

19.0
17.0
12.8
13.8
15.6
15.0
10.5
9.9

12.8
16.2
12.8
14.0
15.0
16.3
11.8
14.7
14.3


11.0
11.8
62.4
11.4
3/11.5 "

8.4
8.8
5.8
8.9
11.1
3.6

14.7
15.3
26.2
59.0

15.8
13.0
17.7
56.5
12.0

11.5


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41.6
42.2
19.0
17.0
12.8
13.8
15.0
10.5
9.9

18.8
16.2
112.8
14.3
13.0
16.3
11.8
15.0
14.3


11.0
11.8
60.7
11.4
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8.4
8.8
8.9
8.9
12.5
3.6

14.3
15.1
23.2
59.0

13.8
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17.7
36.5
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11.5


42.2
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12.8
15.6
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10.6
9.9

12.8
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12.8
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11.1
11.0
11.8
60.7
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11.6

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8.8
8.9
8.9
12.5
3.6

14.5
15.1
20.6
59.0

18.8
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INDEX NUN#ERS (1924-29 = 100)
-:


Domestic fats and oils (1910-14 = 100) ................... 151 142 142 142
t domestic fats and oils .................................... 105 101 3101 81

fats and oils (27 items) ....................................: 114 10 108 10

aml oi............................................ 106 9 s
MiM oils .....d...................................... 127 132 1351 3.
o oils. domestic ..................................... 1 184 184 l;
oils, foreign .......................................o 15t 168 166 i

..... ............ .................................... 106 93 93 98
seasonally adjusted ................................... 102 91 S2 BD..Il:
...................................................................... 1 10 106 1065 5
f.ed fats ............................................. 138 141 141 141
ll t fats ............................................... 111 o108 0u
apW fate ............................................... 119 120 180 150
g oa ................................. ............... 150 140 148 19
Eisoellaemu oils .................... ........................ 11 117 15 11
All industrial fats and oils ................................ 112 131 131 131
ries ompiled from Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter, The National Provisiaanr, The Journal of Comeroe (Iwr toi
reports of the War Food Administration and Bureau of Labor otatistios. Prices quoted Saalude maise toexs and d
here applicable. Index numbers for earlier years beginning 1910 are given in Technical Bulletin No. 787 (1940)
hl fats sad Oil Situation beginning Deoeaber 1940.
Riblefts open market sales only. Current figures refer to all types of wholesale trading for oash or r
S Three-Bent processing tax added to price as originally quoted. V C.i.f. New Tork. $a a
Ne w::%.: : .......... :


141
101


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l1
164
160


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pri,06,S 0-f mbst ftta and Olla val omntinuerzLt celling, bne31zS't)Yro

A3id "11 into !Unl6tg.,, Jn- the JF43'hst en& ill the t, tew

',The shortlgge, of f a S, atd: 'lls io no t 1- we lv,. --be Oaly (se

,Ia e oring or st='t of 1946, By th Ime lar#'and e to-,
!,on om -P Probably will lie M !a` level: than in
IN
sipplios'nf ol3mb- Rar =teriil and. -olls. may be fortrhcomr4
",7a S t In-irent iez..,otfats and bils. a4te -be dur-
ent r -Bk Oatober -A,
emm rop yw, to moet the large, war. requireinent,i,
iw
'in illion poun:da I re--,
vexitarles w4l be, Matt r.zmaller than the 2,3
poxtod p6zitiou,, on Otdbek 141944, and b the.
may e =aUeaf it, reltion

to 6.,Urr ent needc-ot rezovd..
I dicatipci ha P1
4iaitiqns rqpoxtedalq%t q.qh%. 5-n t t jg,-t

jpa,;Os ftzEy tale plac--, dn 145 's-0y ean and Ut, acreagec av

cCndltions, output of. edible pils in. thO. J-9457 easoij, -prob'

vt, I leis tba3i 194-45,'

$1-from.4am"tte f laxseed would be onl,

ae:Pite the ljltejhood of: "a mater:"Lal increaae jil Awp`

W* r dp- 'b,s'ed on Xaj dh I lntQntioni., Sucka of f1tijtSq4,cs;1
b the 19,45-46 'seas will'be mudh SM11 A,
















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With alight-itequtionz iAa baybd a &.1p,
and -with carrr-avee~bf eo'ybea'eats& the en&t kbahe
reduced, the omidon of enp4 at, j A
may be lets' than in'1444-J5 tM. of .to ns M"
in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ qA 1( 1 4cdauy e fo n e
erwshing in the UT4ted St~atesa. -o4h the other UnaA
Iinmilitary requirements for peaAit' butter, peap
which would Vend to incr-ease the Pioportion of fanrwkrz t
,ale fqr-crushig .
P rod uc ion -o edib e veg Aable oils fro m 14 5 Mf f p
partly oz the nsee"c rpp. 1% offf4
acreagq tiill be available before -mid-Ji4ly. .Yields of cte
Were ex ce .tionally- high 'last year'.. The nP.t iohal 11wa
pOlazited acre:.compared'.tith an average of 1:,7 poundslil 1I
avrg7ield hd been ,bbtain'ed in 9 4, 'utpu. of cttosd
prbbablj -would have b$eel 175 to '200 million pounds lesst
potmds now expected.,
production; ift 945,4 pro l 67b

Iarge as in 194"- bu h-seasonal distribution f lmtjytty
Output f:rom Gatobek fthroug.h A-6iil 1i likely to be, lezse thtaJA4
s~eas On, -hile 'output from May-fhrough Septembvar'2* =imay 30
the hog-vorn price. rtiqo now'above the P0-yea aea an
incrase shportprices. fo~r hogs guaranteed until i tme
frkrmers probably will -increase the 194 'fall -Dig rdp' to the"'
Present indications, ever, point to a spring Cirop blightl
year thah lgket.. Spring pigs will be slaughtered,.next, fall n
fall pigs will. reach slaughter weights ih M44-eptiember' ;feb t
Indica-ted Increas in kaseed Cro 'Xuld:
Abe e n in 2i

A, flaxRe-e4. crop of 30 Pillion bashel this: ar, If real i
be more than .6 milio 1 uhl l er 04hn "in 19 44. Sur-h "a ino
not greatly 4Lekee4 th tight -supply 'situati'or in- 3AnseddilS
seed were ex'ceptioballiy lar&e on Zfuly 1, 144,b 1tintwal:l WL mau
on July 1 this year.,

'An -ea~sing 9f the linseed, ol ,s ituat-ion appaz4enVly Val
on res aumptiono flaxs eed imor't 9*from' Avgenti n4.. Argaentn
flaxseed have been prohibited by. Government deavee' sibne early
'assure sufficient SuppVlies for conversion Into, line e fei
-result of severe drought,. the 1944-45 -crop of flaxse6e4 iAgp
pg 0milg bushels,. vw'as -the 'sm4l~leqst- in 2T years. 2ett
flaxseed in that country'for the yedf beginning D)ecmer -t194is e,
atr 6Yoot 54,million buohelow With around 8 iliat~ oaeil
f sed and for 4industr'ial purposepi in A gev tito, 'abuj 1Kin 1111On
apaeul r vUlb6frue sfelcryVe 6"irt
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vQ'r WAS'1132set i n a, reduzt aiQr
(Yffa'ks,,and oilig in the Uniea StatQ's": reduced
todata-
and by
oWid-- inPL f At s and oil s fram-avai lable, w6ria sources to
':the Gon.tAeit, eXclu-#
-A Morto-r" of ,abaiit, 4.5.billion paundz of atg and


oils arear, will
# "6jAt_-On' 'I _6 'dpMatd Mtjj Substantial qnaniti es can be
P)Ifti M '4p f, t.e' 6aqhviegt' Pa-ci f i'v,
d;3 andf ram areas, (D
b the, i T emorts frmthe
Y
'Ak,Ag of 'tji6, Fall 3ast ,,61-1 'be, r(Aarcled-nLs 16ng as inaitary ndeas:
chpphg- vpTo tini'o :ta'r'90

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e of be s'h:ped to
4'Pxamgg,m ii as Jong,,a,, war agaAst Gormany 6t
4equadt t fr w liberated areas, of Europe for 'f4ts 4nd #I's
Unti

t"C 4jp' -i3Mento- of ;f o (It t, iff t o Mur e
o'r tbe, ne'tq
'No f 'f, 6 t pvlz i qn f aq' t i s a:d
PBQje, j-n qpe'is, *uqh great ei'naw bin iA
s he 'Uni te d forces
ipt(3,At sf for :ats and bil by 'a f
fil 'after the Uar etiis n' b6 tit Aurope
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Am
7111'Zllion'' 3mnobds 10t IAl4 o 41 te i
Million ionida ls d than in VebJake I ta,
January levol, was lat~tely x "eIlat Oft re, qtian'te On p
_Oot~to-eed, oil. Febirugr tar q# n g#4pn

of 259 WilliDo,-pponds in Fepruar as at ddvstts
output since 1939,. There loweghsatlTddod

Reflibdting, a tharp -reductiofl Ih the number tf 16#,
bigh -set-asid6 Feaqui-remeznt *r ~t- cat s a arowrigy o
of lard par. hag slaughter-et under Yederalj-nGpeCti~ot i*
.:year declned to 25:2 -pound qs65:,4' poun6 es thaz a yrpy
lowest for, the ,seasqn since t~hq Oiought yas1 8
inspecte- larA for tha quart~er- was 35p million no nc, i
a year earlier anid the legs~t -for. the luart-er Si nC 964

Stocks of fats and 641'a-in- factoris eva;nd, w Pe's-e
deelite cotaesnlyduriit.Febary.,O erayB
1,983 'Million pounds (crude basiq)c 94, mill iozn -ounds 1-45at
January 31 and 493 mill,on Znsls ha-nFbbr
decline during ftbrtax, was' chiefly in :Iatd, e.:ngsy
t4 feeal isetd ant a an~d coptinued lpr~ge mi tithy *v(
'shpm ts.A frth decline in lard, ;5tock o~ccurged Ah
ths basis 6f cold-storag~e vreorts.% 5tocks-of mos;t 'fAth rjd
end 6f -e I Puary we Te smaller thisE ygar! tbanlast'' with" lh~p 11
reuctlon in ; rd soybean oil,, butter, adlned01
Pri ce. of fat' a il re -nch
All were qt ceiling levels excoot oitici-ca oi,I, whichoAH
belov the maximum. The, indel numbeao wovjl rcea
and'oilz continued at18reto h.924 89 smeragg

Prices of oilseeds, excevot -soyb'leanstwr aot~tLe
as a, month earlier. Mid,-Karch, prices reveA ved by fgrmefkr.f '
aver'agdd $7,1) per bsh 3 dent 'hiphrta pt p
a seavional rise, reflect itg increased: sale60 of, ioy 64ks 6
norma 11y command A higher: brice than tbose for caruzhi n4
WFPA Purchases of Fat s and il
$mall inMac

Mairchipurchases' of-fats and oils1 by the qt ot* ( .V
001y 16 million-pounds icoreaxe& with a4 mmilin.* abg'do
,ny mothly average, in 1944,V.'as 1,09 million, pound ta4.
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