Marketing Florida, Alabama and North Carolina potatoes

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Marketing Florida, Alabama and North Carolina potatoes
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United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service. -- Market News Service on Fruits and Vegetables
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Fruit and Vegetable Division
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Alabama -- Dept. of Agriculture and Industries
North Carolina -- Division of Markets
North Carolina -- Dept. of Agriculture
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Market News Service on Fruits and Vegetables
Place of Publication:
Thomasville, Ga
Creation Date:
1967
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Began in 1966 or 1967.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1977.
General Note:
Description based on: 1967; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1977.
General Note:
Prepared in cooperation with the State Depts. of Agriculture and the USDA, Agricultural Marketing Service.

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF


CONSUMER AND MARKETING


AGRICULTURE
SERVICE


COOPERATING WITH


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


DIVISION OF MARKETING, MARKETING BUREAU


ION
CULTURAL MARI(ET RESEARCH
JUI LhCARTY HALL
U1N V[R~ITY OF FLORIDA


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GAIn Lv iLLL,


FLORIDA


NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DIVISION OF MARKETS








MARKETING


FLOOR


DA,


ALABAMA


AND


NORTH


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POTATOES


SUMMARY


OF


967


SEASON


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PRE FACE


This new publication represents a combined sumary of Florida, Alabama and North


Carolina potato production,
1967 potato season.


shipments,


F.O.B.


sales and distribution records


for the


The Federal-State Market News Service


began collecting shipping point information


and issuing daily market reports


for the


Foley, Alabama May 6 and Elizabeth City,


potato season at Hastings


North Carolina June


This


, Florida May 8,
summary was


prepared


jointly by


the Federal-State Market News Service's offices


located at


these


reporting points.


Wm. E. Struck


George D.


Cammeyer


Michael J.


Shine


Local Representative


Hastings,


Florida


Local Representative


Foley


Alabama


Local Representative
Elizabeth City, North Carolina


Additional copies of


this summary may be obtained by writing:


Market News


Branch,


P&V Division


Consumer and Marketing Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250


CONTENTS


Review of


the Season


Zun~
3-4


Potato


Production by States


Daily Rail and Truck Shipments


Shipping Point Prices --


Florida,


Alabama and North Carolina


9-10


Terminal Market Prices

Unloads of New Potatoes


in 41 Cities . *. .


11-19

20-22









REVIEW OF THE 1967 HASTINGS, FLORIDA POTATO


SEASON


Willisa


E. Struck


* Local


Representative


For several


severe
coupled


freeze


years
hit the


to render


weather has been the main


crop.


The February 28th


poorest potato


crop


factor
freeze


many


in the


Hastings


potato deal.


section,


year
the


which


a late,


growing


season


is generally


the earliest

The freeze


to last
freeze


year.
damaged


of the Hastings deal,


delayed the


season


by about three


Light digging had started in


acreage


and yields


were


most


weeks b
areas


but prolonged the


by the first


season
of May.


for only
The early


light.


During May of the 1966


season,


rain occurred


all but


two days


of the month; during the 1967


season


there


were


two days of significant rain.


These


rains


were


spotty but helped


sizing


on some of the


late potatoes.


Table


stock


offerings


were


very light and the bulk of the


crop


was sold to


processors.


In spite of the


short crop, demand
published for May
the next day to $4


was only


slow


1st, the price


$4.00


to fair during most


was $4.50 for


of the


1 5/8" minimum
of the second


season.
m Sebagoes
d week. T


When the first f.o.b.


report


was


s to processors. The price dropped
The price then slowly declined for


several


days.


Due to the freeze


and delayed


season,


there


was more


than the usual competition from


other


areas.


the second


Bakersfield, California, published their first f.o.b. report


Hastings deal.


on May 8th, which


was only
On May 22nd


the Hastinga f.o.b.


was raised


per cwt


After that date, the price declined steadily


to $3.75
to $2.


as supplies


were


on June 7th,


limited in the Foley
the last day an f.o.b.


area


rain.


was reported.


On June 7th,
June 8th, 1571


cars
acres
were


were


the last
trucks i


report,
n carlot


the Hastings.
equivalents


, Florida,
had been


shipped from June 8th to June 20th, bringing


of late plantings


finished


after


were


the first


section


carlot rail


shipped from the


the total


shipping


very


shipments


Hastings


to 2409 rail
lightly late


totaled 2335.


year


An estimated 1500


Most


of June.


-----s--a----' ------- aS. -I a-n--. -llrlrllr a -a -a


REVIEW OF THE 1967 FOLEY, ALABAMA POTATO SEASON


George


D. Cammeyer


- Local Representative


The 1967


South Alabama potato shipping


Very light offerings


for shipment


were


season


expected


came to


in the


a virtual


next week


close
or so.


in the


week


ending June


growers


and shippers


were


rather optimistic


as the


season


opened,


but the deal proved to be


disappointing
developed.


one.


Yields


were


lighter than


expected,


prices


were


never


strong,


and a good demand


never


This
of 140


season's


cars


heaviest single day's


shipments


occurred


and carlots


and carlots


was also


season.


earliest


ound red potatoes
dropped to $3.00


season


$3.50


of $2.25


some signs


strength
as high


week


as $3.25.


cwt.,


were


$2.50-2,75,


prosRects


account.
case in


some recent years.


recent


was probably the hardest hit.


years.


and subsequent drouth throughout


The Bunnel


one week
diggings


compared
were


and held until the middle


week of the


Foley, Alabama, published their first report May 16th.


expected
week of


to continue


area. I
cars. A
nto June.


Analf


only 74


growers


Most


and carlots.


cars


cars


to 125 cars


season.


were


even


more


satisfactory


Some







REVIEW OF THE 1967 FOLEY, ALABAMA POTATO SEASON
(Continued)


While the tuber moth undoubtedly affected Alabama's demand, competing areas also reported demand was


poorer than usual.


Maine and


Some of this


was probably attributable to a heavy carryover of storage potaotes in


other important northern and western shipping areas.


Prices of the winter storage potatoes


were depressed for most of the season, and the availability of these potatoes at low prices undoubtedly


had much to do with the poor shipping

------- ---- -- ---


season


in the south and west this spring.


. ------ -.*


REVIEW OF THE 1967 ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA POTATO SEASON


Michael J.


Shine


- Local Representative


Planted acreage for the 1967 North Carolina norhteastern counties declined slightly according to the
Statistical Reporting Service.


Due to


early adverse weather conditions in Florida, the Hastings deal ran late into June.


Baldwin


County, Alabama, also continued with light shipments into the latter part of June.


most of the growing


season


D


delayed digging, especially in the three northern counties


ry weather during
. This did affect


the early yields but beneficial rains helped later plantings somewhat.


Eastern shore of Virginia also


was delayed due to dry weather.

The three Northeastern North Carolina counties (Camden, Currituck, and Pasquitank) and Eastern Shore


of Virginia have reactivated Marketing Order #953 of May,


1948.


This marketing order has been inactive


since 1951.

The price structure remained fairly steady with a more orderly movement in both North Carolina and


Eastern Shore of Virginia.


dropping to mostly $
price then jumped to
price on the 13th.
in previous years.
Reds.


2.25 on
$2.75.


The opening f.o.b. price on June 20th


the 22nd.


was reported at


$2.25-2.50


a'


The price remained steady at this level until July 10th.


On July 12th, the market


Round Reds generally sold at


Rain in the Sand Mountain


area


50-75C


rose


to mostly


$2.75-3.00


per cwt. higher which


with


a mostly


$


id then
The
3.00


was somewhat higher than


may have contributed to the higher spread on Round


Much of the movement in the southern areas
counties was on contracted sales. This type
factual percentage of these sales is not av
total volume.


as well


as the early volume out of the three northern


of sale has increased over the past few years.


Although a


ailable, it is believed to be a large proportion of the


The packages used primarily


for the fresh table tradewere the 50 pound,


Chipping stock was marketed in 100 pound burlap


sacks


with


20 pound, and 10 pound sacks.


a notable movement in bulk loading.


* --- -a aS ----







ACREAGE,


YIELD AND PRODUCTION OF POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES AVERAGE 1961-1965
AND ANNUAL 1966 AND 1967


POTATOES,


IrIsH


Seasonal Acreage harvested : Yield per harv. acre : Production
group Average : : Ind. : Average : : Ind. : Average : Ind.
and : 1961-1965 : 1966 : 1967 : 1961-1965 a 1966 : 1967 : 1965-1965 1966 : 1967
State a
Qfiai'A *


WINTER:
Tia.
Calif.
Total
EARLY SPRING:
Fla.-Hastings
-Other
Texas
Total
LATE SPRING:
N. C.
-8 NE Counties
-Other Counties
S. C.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark.
La.
Otla.
Texas
Aria.
Calif.
Total
EARLY SUMMER:


1,000
acres
8.5
12.1
: _20.6

23.6
2.6
2.01
28.1


10.8
2.4
2.9
13.7
3.0
3.3
3.2
1.3
5.3
9.5
*: 47.8
103.4


1,000


1,000


atres acres
10.9 11.8
14.6 12.8
25.5 24.6

30.0 23.0
2.6 2.6
3.0 3.88
35.6 29.4


11.1 10.0
2.4 2.3
1.9 1.4
16.6 1440
3.3 3.0
2.6 2.3
3.1 2.2
.7 .3
7.1 6.3
12.5 11.0
52.0 049.8
113,.3 103.0


CWT
156
228
~- J
197

168
125
105
159
-


CWT
145
240
199

145
140
7- -
138


147 125
106 110
88 110
127 155
63 85
60 70
57 59
64 60
92 110
237 230
331 330
223 229


CWT
180
220
201

105
100
80
101


150
120
120
125
90
70
61
65
100
250
295
217


1,000
CWT
1,312
2, 756
4,069

3,957
326
187
S4,469


1,600
253
254
1,734
188
198
183
85
486
2,248
15 736
22,966
2966


1,000
CWT
1,580
3,504
_5 O084_

4,350
364
210
4,924


1,388
264
209
1/2,573
280
182
183
42
781
1/2,875
- 17160.
25 93 7


1,000
CWT
2,124
_28!6_
4 ,940 _

2,415
260
304
2,979
--- -


1,500
276
168
1,750
270
161
134
46
630
2,750
4,691
2 376


Ho.
Kans.
Del.
Md.
Va.-Eastern Shore:
-Other


N. C.


KY.
Tenn.
Ala.
Texas
Calif.
Totals
LATE SUMMER:
N.Y.-Long Island
N. J.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.


4.1
2.1
9.1
2.6
22.8
3.6
3.4
6.9
5.5
5.9
11.5
8.4
86.7
- -


10.2
17.4
4.1
1.6
2.4
9.9
20.8


2.7
1.6
8.6
1.9
25.3
3.0
2.4
4.0
5.8
6.1
18.7
7.0
87.1


9.8 2
17.9
3.7
1.2
2.5
11.8
19.0


2.7
1.5
8.6
1.9
26.5
2.8
2.0
3.8
4.6
6.1
19.4
6.8
86.7


105
89
201
147
136
81
109
69
80
114
182
331
151


125
90
175
155
138
75
115
65
85
126
185
355_
158


'10.4
17.0
3.3
1.1
2.5
10.9
18.0


240
185
170
145
120
125
190


110
90
210
170
135
90
120
70
80
130
175
340
159

260
235
165
140
140
160
200


427
184
1,836
372
3,119
296
371
470
439
679
2,082
2 765
-13095_

2,613
4,173
758
222
292
1,433
3 951


338
144
1,505
294
3,491
225
276
260
493
769
3.460
2,485
13,740

2,352
3,312
629
174
300
1,475
36 10


297
135
1,806
323
3,578
252
240
266
368
793
3,395
2 312
13 765
~- -
2,704
3,995
544
154
350
1,744
3,600


See footnotes at end of table.







ACREAGE,


YIELD AND PRODUCTION OF POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES AVERAGE 1961-1965
AND ANNUAL 1966 AND 1967 (CONTINUED)


POTATOES,


: Acreage harvested :Yield per harv. acre Production
Seasonal : Average : nd. : Average : :Ind. : Average : Ind.
group : 1961-1965 : 1966 : 1967 : 1961-1965 1966 : 1967 : 1961-1965 : 1966 : 1967
and
State :


L. SUMMER: CONT.
Minn.
IOWA
Nebr.
Md.
Va.
W. Va.
N. C.
Colo.
New Mex.
Wash.
Calif.
Totals
FALL:
Maine
N. H.
Vt.
Mass.
R. I.
Conn.
N. Y. L. I.
-Upstate
Penn.
8 Eastern-Fall
Ohio
Ind.
Mich.
WVIs.
Minn.
N. Dak.
S. Dak.
Nebr.
8 Central-Fall
Mont.
Idaho-10 SW Co.
-Other Co.
Wyo.
Colo.
Utah
Nev.
Wash.
Oregon-Malheur C
-Other Co.
Calif.
9 Western-Fall

Total

U. S.


1,000
acres
6.7
3.4
3.3
1.2
1.8


6.8
1.9
14.2
2.6
18.8
-8.6
: 135.6

143.0
1.6
2.1
6.8
5.5
6.6
29.2
40.8
S39.0
: _274.6
11.8
6.2
35.1
34.3
100.8
112.2
5.6
-: -8.1
314.0
-^40
7.8
17.4
240.6
3.5
35.3
8.1
1.3
22.7
1 11.3
S 25.6
24.4
: _398.0
986.6
:,361.2
:1,361.2


1,000


acres
7.4
3.1
2.9
.8
1.3
5.2
1.1
13.1
2.3
21.0
9.4_
133.5


158.0C
1.3
1.7
6.8
5.7
6.5
29.7
39.0
39.0C
_ 287.7
11.9
7.0
36.0
41.0
90.0C
110.0
5.8
8.1
309.8
----r
8.C
35.0
276.0
3.6
30.5
8.1
.8
37.0
14.5
27.0
31.04
471.5


1,000
acres
7.4
2.9
2.6
.8
1.2
4.8
1.0
11.7
2.6
25.0
10.0
133.2


I 163.0
1.2
1.6
6.6
5.a
6.4
2/28.1
38.0
L39.0
289.7
12.1
I 7.0
33.5
39.0
96.0
114.0
5.5
7.8
314.9
1 8.4
I 31.0
273.0
3.2
36.0
7.7
.9
39.0
20.0
28.0
_ 32.6
479.8
1,084.4


CWT
195
153
162
114
75
67
124
193
167
320
331
212


260
210
188
201
227
227
271
219
192
242
205
260
202
214
126
122
101
193
150
171
261
194
150
235
147
186
315
261
240
257
215


CWT
205
165
170
115
70
50
120
225
185
370
355
220


240
215
185
190
223
230
255
220
162
. .226_
190
225
205
215
120
130
135
190
153
170
310
215
145
280
170
220
380
260
245
280
245


CWT
215
160
165
130
75
65
120
180
195
360
330
234


260
215
200
200
215
220,
275
230
225
249
195
270
210
215
110
120
110
195
146
175
290
200
160
250
175
240
370
250
240
-275
232


1,000
CWT
1,301
519
527
139
139
456
234
2,733
433
6,004
2,839_
28,764


37,168
332
397
1,369
1,249
1,496
7,895
8,945
_7 497
66 J48
2,419
1,602
7,100
7,348
12,643
13,651
561
_1 561
46 884
1,338
4,692
46,809
530
8,314
1,187
233
7,220
2,932
6,154
6 ,271
1-85,6821
198,914


1,000


1


CWT
1,517 1
512
493
92
91
260
132
2,948 2
426
7,770 9
_3 337
29 430 31


,000
CWT
,591
464
429
104
90
312
120
,106
507
,000
,300
izS


37,920 42,380
280 258
314 320
1,292 1,320
1,271 1,247
1,495 1,408
7,574 7,728
8,580 8,740
- 6 318 8,775
65 044_72 ,176
2,261 2,360
1,575 1,890
7,380 7,035
8,815 8,385
10,800 10,560
14,300 13,680
783 605
1 539_ 1521
_ 47 45346,036
1,360 1,470
10,850 8,990
59,340 54,600
522 512
8,540 9,000
1,377 1,348
176 216
14,060 14,430
3,770 5,000
6,615 6,720
8,680 8 965
5,290 111,251
229,463


1,069.0 201 2 212 227 787
1,461.3 210 272,276 304,637


1,464.0


306,902


1/ Includes the following quantities not harvested or not marketed because of economic
conditions (1,000 cwt.): Alabama, 550; Arizona, 375. 2/ Breakdown between late summer and
fall based on 1964-1966 percentage harvested before and after October 1.


IRISH







DAILY RAIL AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS NEW CROP POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES
APRIL 26 JULY 1967 INCLUSIVE


North


DATES

April




May

































June


Florida
Rail Truck


Alabama
Rail Truck


Carolina
Rail Truck


Arizona
Rail Truck


California
Kern Dist.
Rail Truck


Texas
Rail Truck


Virginia
Rail Truck


tal
Truck


* Total to date through June 17.


Not available by days.








DAILY RAIL AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS NEW CROP POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES
APRIL 26 JULY 1967 INCLUSIVE
(Continued)


North


Alabama
Rail Truck


Carolina
Rail Truck


Arizona
Rail Truck


California
Kern Dist.
Rail Truck


Texas
Rail Truck


Virginia
Rail Truck


Total
Rail Truck


* 24 rail shipments
available for July.


reported in July.


Breakdown by days not available.


Alabama truck shipments not


* -- -- n-a


DATES


Florida
Rail Truck







SHIPPING POINT PRICES OF NEW CROP POTATOES

HASTINGS, FLORIDA AND NEARBY POINTS


Proc. Stock 100 Lb. Sks.
15/8 Minimum
Round Whites Round Reds


mostly
SEBAGOES


mostly
LASODAS


100 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Sz.A US#1


Sz.B


50 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Sz.A


US#1 Sz.B


4.
3.75-4.
3.75-4.
3.
3.50-3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.50-3.
3.50-3.
3.
3.
3.25-3.
HOLIDAY
3.
3.00-3.
3.
2.75-3.
2.
2.


3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.00
3.00
2.85-3.00
3.00
a


4.00


3
3
.75-4
.75-4


2.50


4.00-4.25 --
4.00
4.00
Few 4.25
One 3.75
Mark HOLIDAY
One Mark 3.50 -


One Mark 3.50
One Mark 3.25


100 Lb. Sks
US#1 Sz.A


Table Stock
ROUND REDS
. 50 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Sz.B US#1 Sz.A


US#1 Sz.B


1
1.60-1
1.60-1
1
1


1.50-1.75
1.50-1.75


HOLIDAY


June 1-7


NO ROUND REDS:


50 OR 100 LB SACKS


-a-4.


DATES


Table Stock
SEBAGOES


2.10
1.97%-2.10
2.10
2.10


HOLIDAY


DATES


1.50-1.
1.50-1.


HOLIDAY







FOLEY, ALABAMA AND NEARBY POINTS


100 Lb. Sks.


DATES

May 16
17
18
19
22
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
June 1
2
5
6
7


3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
2.50-2.
2.
HOLIDAY
2.
2.
2.25-2.
2.
2.
NO F.O.


lUND REDS
bible Stock
20 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Ss.A


.72
.72
.72
.72

.72
.72
.72
.62-.67
.62


.62
.62 -
.62 .32
.57-.59 .314-
.57-.59 .314-
DUE TO ILLNESS OF REP


Sks.


.39
.39
.40
.40
.40
.39
.39
.40
.36%
.35

.34

-.34
.32%
.32
ORTER


100 Lb. Sks.
US#1 SB.B


2.50-

2.25-
HOLID
2.50-
2.25-
2.00-


2.25


100 Lb. Sks.
(Ala. Util.)


1.50-


1.50-1.75
1.50
1.50
1.25-1.50
1.50-1.75


ROUND WHITES
Table Stock
100 Lb. Sks.
US#1 SB. A


4.
4.
4.
3.50-3.
3.50-3.
3.
3.
HOLIDAY
3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.50-2.
2.50-2.


.67
.67-.72
.67-.72
.67-.72
.67-.72
.72-.74


.36%
-.40
-.40
-.39
-.39
-.40


1.50
1.50-1.75


* ---------- ---- ------


-----s-a----- a


ELIZABETH CITY AND NEARBY POINTS


PUNGOES AND SUPERIORS


Table Stock
100 Lb. Sacks 10 Lb. Sacks
US#1 SB. A US#1 Ss. A


ROUND REDS
US#1 SZ. A


TOO FEW
2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
2.
HOLTI.TAY


SALES TO
50
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25


TOO FEW SALES TO QUOTE
-


QUOTE
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85
.85


2.25 .85
2.25 .85
2.25 .85
2.75 .85
2.75 .85
2.75-3.00 .85
3.00 .85
INSUFFICIENT SUPPLIES TO
TOO FEW SALES TO QUOTE


QUOTE


2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
3.25-3.
3.
3.
3.
INSUFF I
TOO FEW


00
00
00
001
00
00
00
50
50
50
50
CIENT
SALES


SUPPLIES TO QUOTE
TO QUOTE


*..-----------


10 Lb.
Loose


DATES


111111111~




rn11


PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS

ROUND REDS (Unless Otherwise Stated)
Prices per 50 Lb. Sacks, US#1, Sise A


DATES


US#1 Ss.A


ATLANTA
Uu#l Ss.B


SEBAGOES


US#1 Sz.A


BALTIMORE
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAG9ES


US#lSs.A


BIRMINGHAM
US#1 SsB


SEBAGOES


NO FLORIDA
NO FLORIDA
2.50-2.75
NO PRICES:


June





*MAY


2.25-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
NO FLORIDA
2.25-2.50
NO FLORIDA
NO FLORIDA
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
HOLDIAY
2.50
2.25-2.50


SALES
SALES
2.50-2.75
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75


NO FLORIDA SALES
2.50-2.75 3.25 -
2.50-2.75 3.00-3.25
NO PRICES: SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
3.15-3.25 -
3.25 -
3.25 -


2.50-


SALES

SALES
SALES


HOLIDAY


HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA SALES


2.65-2.
2.65-2.
2.
2.
2.
HOLIDAY


75-2.85
75-2.85
75-2.85
PRICES:
NEWS
75-2.85
75-2.85
75-2.85
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25


a
SPECIAL MARKET
CONFERENCE
2.85-3.00 -
2.85-3.00 -
2.85-3.00
2,25 -
2.25 -
2.25 -
2.25 -
2.25 -


NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES


II


0
5-2.50
2.25


NO FLORIDA SALES


2.50-2.75
2.50


* MAY 10-
11-3.15-3.25


*MAY 10-2.75-2.85 2.85-3.00
11-2.75-2.85 2.85-3.00 -


DATES


US#I Su.A


BOSTON
US#1 Sa.B


SEBAGOES


US#1 Sz.A


BOSTON (Cont.)
US#1 Ss.B SEBAGOES


NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES

I1
n
.
71


June


1 2.75
2 2.50
5 NO FLORIDA
6 NO FLORIDA
7 NO FLORIDA
8 NO FLORIDA


SALES
SALES
SALES
SALES


3.00


HOLDIAY
2.75


HOLIDAY








PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS
(Continued)


CHICAGO


US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


Sz.A


CINCINNATI
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


US#1 Sz.A


CLEVELAND
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


2.65-2
2.65-2
2
NO PRI


2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75 -
2.50-2.75
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
2.50-2.75 -


2.50-
2.0-
2.50-
NO PR


2.25-2.50


2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.65
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75 -
2.252.75 -
2.25-2.50 -
2.25-2.50


2.85-3
2.85-3
2.85-3
NO PRI


2.85-3.00

2.85-3.00
SPECIAL MARKET
CONFERENCE
2.95-3.00
2.85-3.00


2.40-


-2.50


NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES
It
II


HOLIDAY


NO FLORIDA SALES
I!


US#1 Sz.A

3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25
NO PRICES:

3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA


NO FLORIDA SALES

NO FLORIDA SALES
2.00-2.15
NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES


HOLIDAY


HOLIDAY


NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES


HOLIDAY


HOLIDAY


NO FLORIDA SALES
9
T1
H


NO FLORIDA SALES
f/
ft


DALLAS (Cont.)


SEBAGOES


3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50 -
3.25
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
3.25 -
3.25 -
3.25 --
3.25
3.25 -
3.25 -
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25 -
3.25
3.25
HOLIDAY
SALES


US#1 Sz.A


June 1
2
5
6
S7
8


US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES
M


DATES


US#1 Sz.A


31
June 1


DATES


HOLIDAY


DALLAS
US#1 Sz.B








PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS


US#1 Sz.A

2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
NO PRICES:


DETROIT
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE


2.75-3.00
2.60-2.75 -
NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES


US#1 Sz.A


US#1 Sz.B


3.00
NO FLORIDA SALE
3.00
NO PRICES: SPEC


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
NO FLORIDA


I,


It


If
HOLIDAY


3.25


S


3.25
IAL MARKET
CONFERENCE
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75


NEWS
NEWS


SALES


US#1 Sz.A


2.
2.
2.65-2.
NO PRICE


NO FL


HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA SALES


2.75
2.75
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
ORIDA


LOUISVILLE
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


2.50-


SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
2.50


SALES
SALES


US#1 Sz.A

2.75-3.25


3.00-3.25
NO PRICES


3.00-3.50
3.00-3.50
3.00-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.00-3.20


NEW YORK
US#1 Ss.B


SEBAGOES


2.75-3.50
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
SPECIAL MARKET NEW
CONFERENCE
3.00-3.50
3.00-3.50
3.00-3.50


US#1 Ss.A


NEW YORK
US#1 Sz.B


(Cont)
SEBAGOES


June 1
2
5
6
7


8 NO FLORIDA SALES


2.75-3.00
NO FLORIDA SALES


2.75-3.25

3.00-3.25

3.25-3.50
3.50


HOLIDAY


4.00


a
3.00
2.85-3.00

2.75-3.00


DATES


(Continued)

KANSAS CITY


SEBAGOES


BATES


HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA SALES
11







PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS


(Continued)


DATES


4
5

8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
22
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
June 1
2
5


PHILADELPHIA
US#1 Sz.B


US#1 Sz.A

3.00
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.25
NO PRICES


3.10-3.25


2.50-3.00

3.00
2.60-2.65
2.75
2.50

2.40-2.50
HOLDIAY


NO FLORIDA SALES
2.25-2.40


SEBAGOES


1151k


3.00
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.25
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE


US#1 Sz.B


US#1


Sz.A


PITTSBURGH
US#1 Sz.B


3.25
NO FLORIDA SALES


2.75-3
NO PRI


3.10-3.25


SEBAGOES


2.75


.75-3.25
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE
.75-3.00
.75-3.00
.75-3.00 -
.75-3.00 -
.75-3.00


3.00-3.25


3.00-3
3.00-3
3


HOLIDAY
.75-2.85
.75-3.00
.75-2.90
.60-2.75
.60-2.75
FLORIDA SALES


NO FLORIDA SALES
HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES
2.25-2.50
NO FLORIDA SALES


2.25-2.40


DATES


US#1


Sz.A


ST. LOUIS
US#1 SZ.B


SEBAGEOES


US#1 Sz.A


WASHINGTON
US#1 Sz.B


SEBAGOES


8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
22
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
June 1-


2.50
2.60-2.65
2.60
NO PRICES:

2.65
2.60-2.65
2.35-2.60
2.25-2.60
2.25-2.50
2.35
2.25
2.25
2.50
2.00-2.25
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
NO FLORIDA
NO FLORIDA
HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA
8 NO FLORIDA


2.50
2.60-2.65 -
2.65
SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE


NO FLORIDA SALES -
3.00-325 3.00-3.25 -
3.00-3.25 3.00-3.25 -
NO PRICES: SPECIAL MARKET NEWS
CONFERENCE


3.50-
3.25-


2.60-


3.00-
3.00-


NO FL
2.25-
3.00-
2.25-
2.25-
2.25-


SALES
SALES


SALES
SALES


3.25-3
3
3
3
3.00-3
3.00-3
3
3


SALES
2.25-2.50
3.00-3.25
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50


HOLIDAY
NO FLORIDA SALES
NO FLORIDA SALES










PRICES OF ALABAMA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS

ROUND REDS (Unless Otherwise Stated)


DATES


US#1 Sz.A


ATLANTA
50 Lb. Sacks
US#1 Sz.B US#1


SZ. A


BIRMINGHAM
100 Lb. Sks. 50 Lb Sks.
US#1 Sz. A US#1 Sz.B


BALTIMORE
50 Lb. Sacks
US#1 Sz.A US#1 Ss.B


ROUND WHITE


.25-2.50
.00-2.25
.00-2.25
.00-2.25
.00-2.25
.00-2.25
.00-2.25
.90-2.25
.90-2.25
HOLIDAY


.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.50-4.


HOLIDAY


1.90-2.00


2.35-2.50
i-


HOLD
3.35-
3.35-
3.25-
3.00-
3.00-
3.00-
3.00-
3.00-
3.00-
3.25-
3.25-
3.25-
3.25-
UNREP
3.25-


AY
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.25
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
*ORTED
3.50


HOLIDAY
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-1.85
1.75-2.10
1.75-2.10
1.75-2.10
1.75-2.10
UNREPORTED
1.75-2.10


HOLIDAY
2.00-2.
2.00-2.
2.00-2.
2.00-2.
1.90.2.
1.90-2.
1.90-2.
2.
1.90-2.
1.90-2.
1.90-2.
1.90-2.
TOO EEW
2.
1.50-2.


SALES TO QUOTE
00
00


LOUISVILLE
50 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Sa.A


CINCINNATI
50 Lb. Sacks
US#1 Ss.A US#1 Sz.B


DATES


Louisville,


Contd.


UNREPORTED
UNREPORTED
UNREPORTED
UNREPORTED


June 16
19
20


MAY
2.00-
2.00-
2.00-
1.90-


Cincinnati, Contd.
June 16 NOT REPORTED


1.50-1.75
1.50-1.65


HOLIDAY
2.25-2.50

2.25-2.50








PRICES 3F MLABMA NEW CROP POTIATOES
AT SELEC~~TRD lMAL nARELS
(Continued)

flDlD BEDS (Unless Otherse Stated)


DATES

May 17
18

22
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
June 1
2
5


i50 Lb. sacks
USD1r Su.A US#1 S,


NO~ ~aLA


2.60-2,73
TODO FS~EWS
NaoflAM
2.50I
2.30
2,40-t2.30
H DIlIA
2.40-2.50
2.25-2.50


NO D AAM


2.75
3TO QUOTE






*--
r


NALIDABA

2.75
2.75
2.75
2.25-2.50
a *f


TOD FEW SALES TO
1.90-2C00 -
UI REPO





2.7T


QUOTE


50 Lb. Sacks
USD1 Sz.A USD1 Ss, .


2J2;5-2.50
2,23-2.50



2,~2,5-2

12,23-2.75

2.00-.2.2
2.00-2.500
2.00-2.50
1,75-2,25
1."75-2,25
1.5-t2.2
1.75-.2,2
r175-22.2
1.73-2,25
1.75-2.23
1,~75-2800
1.75-2. 00
lS1.30-2.0
1.50-2,00
1.50-2,000


JO ALa
SO ALABAMA


I -
HOLIDAY


ST. LUIS
Lb. Sks.


St.A


mmgTonn


3.75-4.500
3. 7~5-4,50
3.*75-4.23
3.501-4,25
B D DA
5.3-46,00
3,25-4,00%C
3,25-3.755
3,00-3,7
3,00-3.30
2.85-3,25
3.00-~3.50
2.83-3.,75
313,00373
3,00-3.7T5
3.50-4,00
3,50-3,75
3,50-4.00~
3.~40-00
3.63-4.,00


50 Lb. Sks.
US#1 Sz.B


b'NRlflTE


2.50


e
BOLTh&Y


;2,25


2,
2.002.
2.


CHICAGO


100 Lb Ska
USD1 S,.A


50 Lb Sks
US#1 Sz.B


100 Lb. Sacks
USD1 SZ.A SEBAOES


50 Lb. Sacks
USD1 SB.A


DEOIfaT
50 Lb. Sacks
USD1 SzA US#1 Sa.B


May 17
18
19
22

23
24
25
26
29


June


NO ALS REP OW~"~
4.,50
4,00 -
4.00 -
4.25-4.40
4,2S15-4.40
4.25-4.40 2.757
4.25-14.40
4,001-4,40


HBOLAY
4,.00-4.75
3.75-4.25
3.75-4.25
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.23-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.50
A jlh--K I :--.|


2.75
2.75
2.60-2.- 7
2 6B-2.-75


3 45-4, 0
3,^75
3,75

3.75-4000


3.50-i4,00

3,253-350

3.25-3.75


a
S
umrorrn
a
S


*IDAY
-


2.50
2.50-2.65
2.50-2.65
2.25-2.50
2.23-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.23-2.50
UBEPORTED
HOLIDAY


- n
a a


2.75
2.65-2.75

2.65
2.60-2.65
JO ALABAMA
NO ALAAMA
2.65
2.50-2.65
HOLIDAY
2.65


UZIS


II(Fa


NO AIASA SALES
n


NO LABMA ALE
3;,50-3. 75
3.5160-40
3.30-4.00C
3.50-3, 73


.~400-40
.50-4.00O
. n-4.m
.23-3.50
3.50


<







PRICES OF ALABAMA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS
(Continued)

ROUND REDS (Unless Otherwise Stated)


DATES

May 17
18
19
22
23
24
25
26


June


WASHINGTON
50 Lb. Sacks
US#i Sa.A


UNREPORTED
NO ALABAMA
NO ALAAA
2.50-2.75
NO ALABAMA
2.50-2.65
2.50-2.65
2.50-2.65
UNREPORTED
HOLIDAY
-
2.50-2.75
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.25-2.35
NO ALABAMA
2.25
2.25
UNREPORTED
2.00
NO ALABAMA
NO ALABAMA


* nenennaaeeeeneenn flfla anne *~.


SALES
SALES

SALES


SALES




SALES
SALES







PRICES OF NORTH CAROLINA NEW CROP POTATOES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS

Prices per 50 lb. Sacks, US#1 Size A

BALTIMORE


DATES


SUPERIORS


P014005


CHIPPEWAS


COBBLERS


ROUND WHITES


ROUND REDS


1.50-1.60
1.50-1.60


1.40-1.50


1.60-1.75
1.60-1.75
1.50-1.70
1.50-1.60

HOLIDAY
1.50-1.60


1.25-1.40


1.50-1
1.60-1
1.60-1
1.50-1
1.50-1
1.50-1


HOLIDAY


2.00


HOLIDAY


1.50-1.60


1.50-1.75
1.75
1.50-1.75


2.15-2.25
a


2.00


2.15-2.25
2.15-2.25
2.75


DATES


ATLANTA
SUPERIORS PUNGOS


SUPERIORS


PUNGOS


CLEVELAND
ROUND WHITES


ROUND WHITES-100 Lb. Skgs.


1651.


1.65-1.

1.
1.65-1.
1.65-1.
HOLIDAY


1.65-1.75


1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00


TERMINALS CLOSED FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
1.90-2.00 -
1.90-2.00 -


2.00
2.00
2.25
2.25-2.35
2.25-2.40
2.25-2.35
2.35


UNAVAILABLE
2.15-2.25


3.50
3.50-3.75
3.75-4.00








PRICES OF NORTH CAROLINA NEW CROP POTAOTES
AT SELECTED TERMINAL MARKETS
(Continued)


DATES


SUPERIORS


P111400


PHILADELPHIA
COBBLERS


ROUND WHITES


ROUND REDS


BOSTON
SUPERIORS


1.75-
1.50-
1.50-
1.50-
1.60-


-1.85
-2.00
-2.00


1.50-1.75
1.65-1.75


2.25-2.50


1.35-2.00
1.85-2.00
1.85-2.00

1.75-2.00


1.50-1.
1.50-1.


1.50-1.75


4 HOLIDAY


HOLIDAY


HOLIDAY


1.60-1.75
1.60-1.75
1.60 1.75


1.50
1.25-1.50


2.35-2.50
2.40-2.50
af


DATES


NEW YORK
ROUND REDS


CINCINNATI
ROUND WHITES ROUND REDS


PITTSBURGH


ROUND WHITES


ROUND REDS


WASHINGTON


ROUND WHITES


ROUND REDS


1.50-1.60
1.25-1.50
1.50


2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
HOLIDAY


1.75-3.00


1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.75
HOLIDAY
1.75
1.75
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00


2.25
2.00
2.15-2.25
2.15-2.25


15
2.15-2.25


1.50-1.
1.65-1.
1.65-1.
1.60.1.
1.60-1.
1.60-1.
1.65-1.
HOLIDAY
1.68-1.
1.60-1.
1.60-1.


1.25-1.50
1.25-1.50
1.25
2.00
1.75-2.00


1.85-1.90
1,80-1.85


HOLIDAY


2.35-2.50


2.65-2.75
2.50-2.75


1.85-1.90
1.85-2.00

2.10-2.25


1.65-1.75
2.00
2.00-2.25
UNAVAILABLE


2.35-2.50


1.50-
1.50-
1.50-
1.50-
1.50-
1.50-
1.50-


-
1.75-2.00
2.50
a
a


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UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)


APRIL


April


Albany, N.Y.
Alabama


Arizona


Califronia


Florida


North Carolina


Texas


- JULY 1967


Total


Chicago, Ill
Alabama
Arizona
California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Virginia
Total


Atlanta,
Alabama


Arizona


California
Florida


North Carolina
Texas


Virginia
Total


Cincinnati, Ohio
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


127


Baltimore, Md.
Alabama


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


9
108
80
97
5
167
496


201


Birmingham, Ala.
Alabama


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Boston, Mass.
Alabama


Arizona


California


Virginia
Total

Cleveland, Ohio
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total

Columbia, S.C.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Dallas


Apri 1


Texas


Alabama
Arizona


California


Florida


Florida


North Carolina


North Carolina


Texas


Texas


Virginia
Total


Virginia
Total


Buffalo, N.Y.
Alabama


Denver, Colo.
Alabama
Arizona


Arizona


California


California


Florida


North Carolina
Texas


Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Virginia
Total


July Total

46 352
23 180
853 1651
345
3 3
81 198

1006 2729


50 212
2 16
96 162
112
18 21
6 12
4 4
176 539


1 16
55 146
224 470
8 258
JI ss
72 80
22 1 32
91 94
473 1096


8
1 2
16 38
70
32 37
1 1
8 8
58 164


2 23
52 260
103 211
32

139 285

296 811


6

157 276
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APRIL -


JULY 1967


(Continued)


April


Detroit, Mich.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Total

63
237
939
462
9
34
102
1846


Total

246
9
98


Louisville,
Alabama


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Ft. Worth, Texas
Alabama


Arizona
California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Houston, Texas
Alabama


Arizona


Memphis, Tenn.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Miami, Florida
Alabama


1


Arizona


California


California


Florida


Florida


North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total

Indianapolis, In
Alabama
Arizona


North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Milwaukee, Wise.
Alabama


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total

Kansas City, Mo.
Alabama
Arizona


California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Los Angeles,
Alabama
Arizona
California


Calif.


California
Florida


North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total

Minneapolis,
Alabama


Minn.


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


95



4
932


Florida
North Carolina


Texas
Virginia
Total


Nashville, Tenn.
Alabama


Arizona


California


Florida


North Carolina
Texas


Virginia
Total


UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)


a


April








UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)
APRIL JULY 1967
(Continued)


New Orleans, La.
Alabama


April

a


Arizona


California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas


May June


Total


April


Salt Lake City, 1
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas


May June


Total


Virginia
Total


Virginia
Total


20 24
20 24


New York, N.Y.
Alabamna


Arizona


California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas


San Antonio, Texas
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas


Virginia
Total


Philadelphia,
Alabama


Arizona


California


San Francisco


Alabama
Arizona
California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total
Pittsburgh, Pa.
labama
Arizona
California


Florida


North Carolina


Texas


Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total
Seattle, Wash.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas


Virginia
Total
PortlAnd, Oregon
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total
Providence, R.I.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas


Virginia
Total


Washington, D. C.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total
Wichita, Kansas
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina


Texas


Virginia
Total


Virginia
Total


27 84


16 53


- -
1 54


St. Louis, Mo.
Alabama


Arizona
California


Florida
North Carolina


Texas
Virginia


Virginia
Total


-20 55
20 55


Calif.


181 225


27

111
69
97
I
96
408


96
114
I

20
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