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LIVESTOCK DIVISION, AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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Vol. 29, No. 16


April 18, 1961


Week ended April 15


Livestock Market Reviews . .
Livestock Market Receipts . .
Stocker and Feeder Statistics . .
Estimated Percentage of Stocker and Feeder Cattl
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Slaughter at Major Centers .
Estimated Slaughter and Meat Production

Cattle Prices .
Hog Prices . .
Hog Purchase Statistics .
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Wholesale Meat Trade Reviews .
Wholesale Dressed Meat Prices .
Wool Market Review . ...


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RANGE AND FEEDLOT SALES


The general trend on slaughter steers and
heifers at midwest terminals was steady to 750
lower with heifers mostly steady to 50 off.
The decline was influenced by lower prices on
steer beef which more than offset the effect
of reduced marketing. Cows sold steady to 750
higher under the influence of reduced numbers
and higher cow beef prices. Stockers and feed-
ers were largely steady to 50 lower. Barrows
and gilts closed mostly 25-504 lower; saws
steady to 500 lower. Slaughter lambs were
steady to 250 lower at most midwest terminals.
At Fort Worth prices were 504-$1.50 lower.

SLAUGHTER CATTLE AND CALVES Slaughter
steers and heifers sold generally steady to
75f lower at midwest terminals with heifers
largely steady to 50 lower. Cows were steady
to 75 higher and bulls about steady. Vealers
were steady at.St. Louis and $2.00-3.00 lower
at St. Paul. Producers continued to curtail
marketing but small supplies failed to stimu-
late trading on slaughter steers and heifers
due to the continued poor demand for these
classes in the dressed trade. With live cost
high in relation to returns from the dressed
product, most packers chose to further reduce
killing numbers rather than pay higher prices
for steers and heifers. On the other hand,
cow beef found a good outlet at 504-$1.00
higher price levels and influenced the upturn
in the live trade. Cow slaughter under Federal
inspection fell below a year ago. Slaughter
steers and heifers made up the bulk of the re-
ceipts at most terminals with Good to average-
Choice grades predominating. High-Choice and
Prime steers and heifers were virtually absent
at most points with Prime steers making up
only about 12 percent of the steer supply at
Chicago. Cows were in small supply at most
points.
Prime and mixed Choice and Prime 1000-
1425# slaughter steers brought $26.50-28.50 in
Chicago with several loads Prime 1125-1350# at
$28.25-28.50. A few high-Choice and mixed
Choice and Prime steers brought $25.50-26.75
at other terminals where bulk of the high-Good
and Choice 900-1300# moved at $23.50-25.50.
Some high-Choice 1050-1300#/ steers sold at
$26.25-26.75 in Chicago and in Omah Ol
high-Choice 1595# went at $24.no.
cashed at $22.00-24.00. A few h ice an a
mixed Choice and Prime slaughte ers sold
at 924.50-26.00 while Choice b $23.qO)-
25.00. Good heifers sold at 8 Br -23.50."-
Utility and Commercial cows so --a 816.25..
18.50, Canner and Cutter at $14 7.00,

STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE A\ P 1VES. -
Receipts of stocker and feeder cat lfednif.-.
calves at terminal markets were about = --


for the time of year. A large percent of the
over-all supplies consisted of 450-750# steers.
Good and Choice yearling stockers predominated.
Moderate numbers of 400-450# calves were
marketed but lighter weight calves were scarce.
Majority of the 800-1050# feeder steers were
kinds which already had received a start on
grain feeds. Trading at best was only fairly
active and often was slow with prices at mid-
west markets unevenly steady to 50# lower.
Most dependable demand continued to center on
calves and thin 500-650# yearlings suitable for
putting on grass. Buyers generally were
inclined to proceed cautiously in the face of
an erratic and frequently bearish demand for
slaughter cattle and, even though slaughterers
were not aggressive in competing for fleshy
two-way kinds, not many in that category over
950# were purchased by feeder buyers.
Scattered shipments Choice 520-604# stock
steers brought $28.50-31.00; bulk Good and
Choice 525-750# yearlings $24.00-28.00; Medium
and low-Good $19.50-24.00. Good and Choice
800-1050# feeder steers bulked at $22.00-24.50,
few loads around 800# up to $25.00 as weight
continued to be an important price determining
factor. At Sioux City a few loads partly
fattened 879-1044# were included at $23.00-
23.75 and at Omaha 2 loads Good and Choice
fleshy 929# went at $23.25. Medium and low-
Good feeders ranged $19.50-22.25. Good and
Choice yearling heifers sold chiefly from
$21.00-25.50, few Choice 550-600# $25.75-
26.25. Choice, thin 421# steer calves brought
$32.50 and a part load Choice 398# $33.00;bulk
Good and Choice steer calves $25.50-31.00,same
grades heifer calves $23.00-28.25.

HOGS Receipts of hogs at the 12 markets
totaled 293,000 head, 12 percent more than the
previous week, but 8 percent under a year ago.
Chicago had the largest run for any week since
last January. The consist of the receipts did
not change much from recent weeks with mixed
U. S. No. 1,2 and 3 190-270# barrows and gilts
making up the bulk of the offerings. A few
centers in the western part of the area had an
increased volume of kinds weighing over 250#.
Sows comprised 5-12 percent at the various
points. Increased receipts and an uneven
dressed pork trade proved to be bearish factors
luencing a general downturn in live prices,
ce spreads on barrows and gilts were rela-
ly narrow with a large share of 190-300#
of rings falling in a 50f-750 range. Order
u rs proved to be fairly aggressive operators
t ost markets with those interests taking
percent of the run at Omaha. Barrows and
Its closed mostly 25-500 lower, however,
prices at Omaha finished steady to 250 off.
Sows were steady to 500 lower.









At the close, U. S. No. 1-2, 180-240# bar-
rows and gilts bulked at $17.50-18.00, up to
$18.10 at Indianapolis. Bulk of the supply was
offered and sold in mixed U.S.1,2 and 3, 180-250#
shipments at $17.00-17.75. U.S. 2-3, 270-300#
sold during the week at $16.50-17.25. U. S.
1-3, 270-600/ sows had an extreme range of
$14.50-16.75, most sales $15.00-16.50.
Prices on feeder pigs declined 50j at St.
Paul but held steady at Sioux City. Good and
Choice 130-16,04 feeders at St. Paul brought
$16.50-17.00 while same grades 130-170# at
Sioux City sold at A16.00-17.00.
Average cut-out value advantage of U. S.
No. 1 over No. 3 live basis 200-220# barrows
and gilts was 820 per cwt. based on wholesale
carlot prices of fresh pork cuts at Chicago
April 6 to April 12, 1961, inclusive.
HOGS Receipts in the Interior Iowa-
Southern Minnesota area totaled 345,000 head,
around 10 percent more than the previous week
and 3 percent more than a year earlier.
Barrows and gilts and sows closed mostly
steady. Sows made up about 6 percent of the
receipts.
On Friday, mixed U. S. 1-3 200-240#
barrows and gilts, including some 190-200#,
sold at $16.75-17.25 and limited 1 and 2
selected lots brought 17.25-17.50. U. S.1-3
270-4004 sows sold from $14.85-16.40; 400-
550k $14.00-15.65.

SHEEP AND LAMBS Shorn old crop slaugh-
ter lambs predominated the week's supply and
included several shipments 110# and heavier.
Spring lambs comprised 26 percent of the re-
ceipts at Fort Worth but were very limited at
other points. The expanded slaughter lamb
marketing coupled with lower carlot dressed
lamb prices were bearish .factors influencing
price downturns on the live trade. Old crop
slaughter lambs closed mostly steady to 254
lower, instances 50-$31.00 off at St. Paul
and Fort Worth; exception to the downturn was
slight strength on wooled lambs at Omaha and
Sioux City and steady to 25# higher at St.
Joseph. Spring slaughter lambs were $1.00-
1.50 lower at Fort Worth. Slaughter owes were
steady to weak, instances 500 lower. Feeder
lambs were steady to 504 lower, instances
31.00 off.
Choice and Prime 92-110,l wooled old crop
slaughter lambs brought $17.00-17.50 late in
the week, a few loads $17.75-18.00; 110-12271
$15.50-17.25. Good and Choice 83-115# $15.00-
17.00, few 116-124# $14.50-15.00. Choice and
Prime 85-110# shorn old crop lambs with No.
1-2 and fall shorn pelts $16.00-16.50, few
loads No. 1 and fall shorn pelts $16.75-17.00;
Choice and Prime 110-122# $14.50-16.00; Good
and Choice 97-116# $14.75-16.00. At Fort
Worth, Good and Choice 88-1070 shorn lambs No.
2-3 pelts $14.00-15.00; Choice and Prime 82-
99# spring slaughter lambs $18.00-19.00 and at
Fort Worth Good and Choice 66-85# $16.00-17.00.


Cull to Choice slaughter ewes $3.00-8.00.
Good and Choice 83-98# shorn feeder lambs
with No. 2-3 pelts $135.50-15.50. Good and
Choice 80-91# shearing lambs $15.50-16.00.
Receipts of sheep and lambs in the
Interior Iowa-Southern Minnesota area totaled
26,400 head, little different from the previous
week, but 11 percent more than a year ago. Old
crop slaughter lambs were steady to 500 lower;
slaughter ewes steady.
Choice with a few Prime 80-105# wooled
old crop slaughter lambs delivered to packing
plants brought $16.50-17.25 on late rounds
with a large share at $17.00; bulk Choice and
Prime 105-120# lambs $15.00-17.00. Good and
Choice 80-110# $15.50-17.00. Choice and Prime
80-105# shorn slaughter lambs with No. 2 to
fall shorn pelts sold from $16.00-16.50, and
few sales fall shorn pelt lambs to $16.75;
bulk Choice with end of Prime 105-115#, and
Good and Choice 80-110#, $15.00-16.25. Cull
to Choice slaughter ewes mainly shorn $2.00-
5.00.

RANGE AND FEEDLOT SALES

Note: Shrink on most range and feedlot
sales none to 5 percent, mostly 4 percent f.o.b.
some with short haul and 3 percent shrink. All
sales for immediate delivery unless specified.

ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, NEVADA, AND UTAH -
Direct trade on slaughter steers and heifers
moderately active, prices steady to 500 lower.
Stocker and feeder cattle and calves mostly
steady, instances 500 lower; spring lambs
generally steady to 250 lower.
Slaughter steers: Around 130 loads mainly
Choice 875-1175# $24.50-25.25; 6 loads Choice
including a few Prime 130r-# $23.75; 95 loads
Good and Choice 875-1150# $23.50-24.25; 30
loads mostly Good 850-1125# $22.75-23.50. For
August delivery, 32 loads expected mostly
Choice 1075-1125# $24.00.
Slaughter heifers: About 7 loads Choice
800-875# $24.25-24.50; 45 loads mostly Choice,
end high-Good 800-1000# $23.00-24.00; 4 loads
Standard and Good 800-900# $22.00-22.50.
Stockers and feeders: California 70
Good and Choice 380# steer calves $28.00, for
up to May 20; 400 Good and Choice 400# mixed
steers $27.00, heifers $24.50; 560 Good and
Choice 375-50$C steers $25.25-26.75; 6,375
Good and Choice 525-700# steers $23.75-25.00,
with steers at $23.75 for delivery up to
July 1; Good and Choice 700-7504 $23.25-
23.50; 200 Good 575# steers $23.00 delivered
feedlot; 500 Medium 600-700# steers $20.50;
200 Good and Choice 450-475# heifers $23.00-
24.00; 1,875 Good and Choice 550-F'75# heif-
ers $21.00-22.00.
Sheep and lambs: Arizona 11,000
Choice and Prime 95-100# spring slaughter
lambs $17.00. California 3,000 mostly
Choice 904 spring lambs $17.75, bulk to






300


continue on feed; 25,000 Choice and Prime 95-
104# slaughter spring lambs and 80-95# feeders
$16.65-17.25; Choice and Prime 100-11014
slaughter $16.00-16.50; 1,300 Cull and Utility
slaughter ewes with No. 3 pelts $4.00.

COLORADO, SOUTHERN WYOMING, WESTERN
KANSAS AND WESTERN NEBRASKA Lower whole-
sale beef trade early in the week tended to
slow trading, but on Thursday demand improved
particularly for heifers and trading was
active. Slaughter steers and heifers sold
early 25-504 lower, but most late sales were
steady with last week's close. In Colorado,
4 loads average and high-Choice 1175# slaugh-
ter steers with end of Prime $25.00; 103
loads mostly low and average-Choice 1100-12751#
$24.00-24.60; 4 loads high-Good to average-
Choice 1125-1200# $23.75-24.25. Fourteen
loads average and high-Choice 965-1045# slaugh-
ter heifers $24.2 '-24.50; 182 loads low and
average-Choice 825-1050f# $23.50-24.00; 3
loads high-Good to average-Choice 925-10251#
$23.00-24.50. Wyoming: 3 loads 1000-1025#
slaughter heifers $24.00.
Limited sales stockers and feeders fully
steady. Western Kansas: 130 Choice 5251#
steers 8?P.00; around 360 Good to mostly
Choice 675-775# steers $23.75-25.00. Around
250 Choice 475-500# heifers $25.00; 320 Good
and Choice 600-65E0# heifers $22.85-23.50.
Slaughter lambs sold steady to 250 higher,
mostly steady, with sales confirmed on 15,600
head. Colorado: Choice and Prime wooled
slaughter lambs 90-112# $17.25-17.50, few
115-12??24 $16.50-17.00. Choice and Prime 103-
1101 shorn lambs mixed No. 1,2 and 3 pelts
$15.25-16.00, string 1035 No. 1 pelts $16.25.
Most lambs being bought on a sliding scale of
104 a pound discount for each pound over 110#
on wooled lambs and 106# on shorn lambs.

NRW MEXICO, WEST TEXAS, WESTERN OKLAHOMA,
SCHJTWFSTERN KANSAS Clovis Area Direct
trading on slaughter cattle was very slow.
Slaughter steers were steady, and slaughter
cows closed 50f higher. Stockers and feeders
were in broad demand, but the available supply
was limited. Prices were firm to 50# higher,
instances $1.00 up on calves over 400#. Around
100 head mixed Good and Choice 950# slaughter
steers $24.50, 450 mostly Good, 1000-1100#
$23.25-24.00; 289 Cutter and low-Utility cows
$16.00-16.50. Around 650 head Good to mostly
Choice mixed stockers, 600# steers $27.00, 519#
heifers $25.50; So. Texas, 1,800 Good and
Choice 550-600# $25.00 on steers, $23.50 on
heifers; 2,100 Medium 550-675# steers $20.00-
20.35; 740 Choice 400-425#/ steer calves
3fln.00-32.50 with 370-400# heifers $27.00-29.00,
3,.125 Good and Choice, mostly Good 450-480#
steers $26.50-29.00, 400-460# heifers $24.00-
25.50. Trading on lambs was slow, prices
steady to mostly 500 lower, instances $1.00
off. Around 869 head mostly Prime 95-100#


spring slaughter lambs $17.00; 4,875 Good to
mostly Choice 95-103# with No. 2 to fall
shorn pelts $13.50-15.00, bulk $14.00.
Amarillo Area Slaughter steers and
heifers were mostly 500 lower. Stockers and
feeders slow, steady to 500 lower. Around 200
Good and Choice 1050# slaughter steers L23.75;
625 Good and Choice 925-1000C heifers $22.50-
23.15; 335 Good 700# $23.00-23.40; load
Standard 700# $22.00; for early May delivery
75 Utility slaughter cows $15.25. Load Choice
681# feeder steers $24.75; for May delivery
135 Good 650# $23.50 and 2 loads Medium 650#
$22.00; for June delivery 600 Good 825-850#
2-year-olds $22.00; 675 Choice 545-650# heif-
ers $23.50-24.25. For June-August delivery
2,350 Good and Choice 575-625# $22.00-22.75,
mainly $22.50-22.75 for June; 400 Good and
Choice stock calves 500# $27.00 on steers,
$24.00 on heifers; May delivery, 1,700 Good
450# steers $26.50; 300 Good and Choice 325#
steers $30.00, heifers $27.00; August de-
livery 110 Good with few Choice, 500// steers
$26.50, heifers $24.50.

IDAHO, OREGON AND WASHINGTON Direct
trade slaughter steers and heifers was slow,
barely steady to 500 lower, mostly 25-50* off,
with bulk of downturn on steers; stocker and
feeder cattle and calves steady to weak;
slaughter lambs weak to 50 lower.
Slaughter steers: Washington Good to
mostly Choice 1025-12004 $24.00-25.00; Good
and Choice 1075-1200# $23.00. Idaho Good to
mostly Choice 1000-1150# $23.00-23.50; same
grades 1175-1200# $22.00-22.25.
Slaughter heifers: Washington and Idaho -
Good to mostly Choice 800-925# $22.00-23.30.
Stockers and feeders: Washington Good
and Choice 800# steers $23.50 with small cut
at $22.00. Washington and Idaho Good and
Choice 550-700# mixed, steers $23.50-24.50,
heifers $21.50-23.00. Good and Choice 300-
550# mixed calves $30.00. Oregon Good and
Choice 575# steers $24.50. Slaughter lambs
Oregon Choice and Prime No. 1-3 pelts 100#
$14.50-15.50 delivered.

MONTANA, NORTHERN WYOMING AND WESTERN
DAKOTAS Trading on all classes slow.
Cattle: Slaughter steers and heifers
weak to 250 lower. No confirmed sales stockers
and feeders or cows. About 250 Choice 1050-
1200# slaughter steers $22.75-23.50, those at
$22.75 carrying small end high-Good; 50 low
to average-Choice 950-1020,# heifers $21.50-
22.50. Calves Few sales steady Montana-
200 high-Good and Choice 427-475# steers
$27.75; 200 Choice expected 425-450# fall de-
livery $28.00. Northern Wyoming 1,200
Choice 375-400# heifers $27.50.
Sheep: Slaughter lambs steady to strong;
1,700 Choice 97-116# wooled $15.00-17.75;
800 Choice 95-105# wooled lambs $17.50-17.75,
delivered.








WEEKLY RECEIPTS OF SALABLE'LIVESTOCK AT 12 PUBLIC MARKETS

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Market : Apr.15 : Apr.16 : Apr.15 5 Apr.16 : Apr.15 :Apr.16 : Apr.15 :Apr.16
: 1961 : 1960 : 1961 0 1960 : 1961 : 1960 : 196 1 90
Chicago ................ 31,175 29,348 166 2735 5,309 33,093 4,574 5,199
Cincinnati *............ 2,993 5,110 797 722 12,711 11,688 381 899
Denver ................. 8,469 8,522 307 299 4,704 5,068 19,700 19,502
Fort Worth ............. 6,316 5,970 958 1,167 2,575 3,111 25,960 24,188
Indianapolis ........... 7,230 6,548 556 515 33,733 30,849 986 1,149
Kansas City ............ 19,5343 20,636 705 1,298 15,540 14,778 7,478 6,625
Oklahoma City ......... 7,678 6,841 420 840 4,085 4,239 2,294 1,128
Omaha .................. 31,098 28,882 480 688 37,836 43,100 12,392 11,410
St. Joseph ............. 14,405 15,130 440 574 17,128 25,955 5,075 6,003
St. Louis NSY .......... 15,143 14,228 1,557 1,728 48,927 58,863 3,242 2,641
Sioux City ............. 21,821 25,429 517 478 32,511 45,845 7,241 4,676
S. St. Paul ............ 20,711 16,909 5,762 5,763 47,562 42,800 8,915 6,293
Total .................. 186,382 181,553 12,663 14,345 292,621 319,389 98,036 89,513


'.-8, 19. .. .193,121 -11,384 ------ 261,762 -89,004 -
INTFRIOR IOWA AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA
Apr. 15, 1961 Apr. 8, 1961 Apr. 16 1960
Hogs ..... 345,000 314,000 334,00
Sheep .... 26,400 27,500 23,700

STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE: AVERAGE COST, WEIGHT, AND NUMBER

-Week- g -d -e o-n- th T :'T e4 o ree s -o -
:Apr.13 :A3 r. 6 -t Apr.14{ T:ar. ~ Mar.~ t "Jan-ar. .
: 1961 :1961 : 1960 : 1961 : 1960 t 1961 t 1960
Steers 1001# up ............ 564 713 699 2,801 3,135 10,207 8,464
901-1000 ............ 1,553 1,543 2,013 8,444 10,979 26,155 27,5320
801-900 ...2....... 2,283 3,177 2,935 11,836 14,886 41,523 42,249
701-800 ............. 3,385 4,198 4,033 15,660 15,160 47,031 49,907
501-700 ............. 11,416 11,854 12,749 53,689 40,885 136,770 109,582
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Total steers 10 markets ,...
Av. wts. 0 n t .w....
Av. cost* ....
" n Chicago .........
" I Kansas City .....
S f f" Omaha ...........
n n, S. St. Paul .....
Sioux City ......
S Denver ..........
n Ft. Worth ,.,,..
Oklahoma City ...
S. St. Joseph ..
a* St. Louis NSY ...
Total calves 10 markets ....
" heifers ..
" cow ....


19,001
691#
$24.49
23.53
24.69
24.94
21.72
25.89
23.10
23.24
23.97
25.60
22.59
7,000
3,299
480


21,485
700#
$24.40
23.26
24.81
24.00
22.28
25.88
23.23
23.48
23.73
24.60
23.28
7,253
2,624
504


22,429
7044
$25.47
24.83
25.65
25.67
24.10
26.29
25.69
24.06
24.22
25.42
24.35
5,400
3,016
355


92,430
6974
$24.09
22.95
24.50
23.70
21.63
25.58
24.77
23.22
23.53
24.38
23.06
34,324
13,179
2,280


85,045
730#
$24.90
25.01
25.14
24.27
24.63
25.99
25.14
24.44
23.91
24.51
24.51
28,342
13,078
3,517


261,686
715#
$24.24
23.17
24.19
24.23
21.89
25.85
25.18
23.43
23.39
23.87
23.00
134,649
37,540
9,248


237,522
730#
$24.20
24.05
24.09
23.98
23.02
25.51
24.81
23.69
23.25
23.83
23.42
114,314
34,597
9,032


-~~---~-~--~--------- -- --- -- --- -- -- --- -- --- -- --
Not adjusted for differences in grade of cattle sold at each market.
ESTIMATED PERCENT OF STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE AND SLAUGHTER COWS IN SALABLE RECEIPTS

e Kansas ah St. Sioux S. St. Indian- Ft. Okla. San
Week ended -Chicago Cit aha, J Louis: Plnver: :Wichita:
City a Joseph N City Paul apolis WVorth City Antonio
------ - -
Stockers and feeders
Apr. 14, 1961 2 49 10 13 9 58 7 12 5 50 57 42 60
Apr. 7, 1961 5 45 11 12 10 35 10 15 5 45 59 52 50
Apr. 15, 196'-' 3 55 22 19 7 22 5 10 12 60 75 55 45
----------------------------------------------
Slaughter cows
Apr. 14, 1961 5 6 7 3 7 5 20 12 10 10 9 11 15
Apr. 7, 1961 2 7 9 5 8 5 20 12 9 15 10 12 15
Apr. 15, 1960 6 7 12 8 10 6 25 12 15 15 8 17 20
----- ------------------------------------------------------------------------






302


STEERS SOLD OUT OF FIRST HANDS FOR SLAUGHTER -- -- -____
ber of head percent of total Average weight Average price in
N by grades (pounds) dollars per 100 Ib.
Grade ------ -------- --- ---------
Gd Week ended
p1961 : 1960 1961 : 1960 : 1961 : 1960 :r 1961 : 1960
- --- 1961 -:- 1960 -:- 1961 -0- 1960 -:- 1961 -:- 1960 -:- 1961 -:- 1960


Prime.....*.....**
Choice.........
Good.*....*....
Standard..,,,,.
Commercial.....
Utility........
All grades.....

Prime.... ......
Choice**.........
Good.*.........
Standard...*...
Utility...0.....
All grades.....

Prime........ .
Choice..........
Good...........
Standard..o....
Utility... 0....
All grades.....

Prime.**.******
Choice.........
Good...........
Standard.**.....
Commercial...,.
Utility.......*.
All grades..****..


Prime..........
Choice.........
Good...........
Standard.......
Commercial... 4
Utility........
All grades.....


Prime..........
Choice.........
Good...........
Standard.....**
Utility........
All grades,,*,*


2,643
12,312
6,617
1,085
15
166
22,838


61
6,989
6,900
836
234
15,020


4,497
4,116
846

9,459

18
3,192
2,789
562

40
6 601


724
4,913
1,547

226
7,410


2,529
4,230
738

7,497


976
11,105
6,668
1,004

367
20,120

48
-- E-
3,357
6,590
678
406


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11,079

98 --
3,023 47.5
5,069 43.5
556 9.0
115 --
8,861
8v861- ^ Y N U

8 .3
2,273 48.4
2,134 42.2
605 8.5

59 .6
5,079
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GO
4.9 1,285
55.2 1,206
33.1 1,111
5.0 1,029
-- 1,746
1.8 1,068
1,179


.4 1,121
30.3 1,173
59.5 1,096
6.1 1,087
3.7 985
1,130
ITY
- -- -
1.1 --
34.1 1,185
57.2 1,134
6.3 1,121
1.5
1,157

.1 1,161
44.7 1,156
42.0 1,079
12.0 1,072

1.2 1,138
1,116
:Is7~- --


205 9.8 3.8
3,481 66.3 64.2
1,246 20.9 23.0

493 3.0 9.0
5,425
----- -- ---p^ ^


2,867
3,145
415
21
6,446


1,078
1,033
965

888
1,019


33.7 44.5 1,144
56.4 48.8 1,102
9.9 6.4 1,086
-- .3 --
1,114
Th,,~~NVER~~


1,236
1,186
1,084
1,002

1,043
1,143

1,293
1,190
1,098
1,050
1,031
1,121

1,392
1,181
1,114
1,065
1,021


1,012
1,126
1,057
1,097

1,015
1,092


1,166
1,030
967

967
1,015


1,142
1,074
1,079
931
1,104


Prime.......... 39 -- 1.1 -- 1,294 --
Choice......... 2,626 2,188 73.5 73.7 1,187 1,169
Good........... 758 638 21.2 21.5 1,120 1,115
Standard....... 121 138 3i4 4.6 1,138 1,054
Utility........ 30 5 .8 .2 924 867
All grades..... 3,574 2,969 1,170 1,152
I/ Data collected by Agricultural Estimates, and Livestock Divisions, A.M.S.


27.42 31.27
25.18 27.98
23.61 25.87
20.78 '23.05
19.61 --
19.12 20.26
24.80 27.14


26.51 30.15
24.08 27.40
22.94 25.41
19.33 21.89
18.35 19.85
23.25 25.68
- ^---
-- 29.63
24.38 27.29
25.43 25.62
19.96 22.00
-- 19.74
23.59 25.99

26.00 28.75
24.67 27.18
23.46 25.47
19.92 22.08

17.55 19.27
23.75 25.79


24.91
23.35
20.73

18.45
22.86


24.54
23.25
20.22

23.41


24.38
24.01
235.10
18.95
18.33
23.63


27.68
25.74
23.1.7

20.17
24.78


27.49
25.48
21.18
18.79
26.12



26.59
25.29
20.66
18.50
26.06







WEEKLY SLAUGHTER UNDER FEDERAL INSPECTION AT MAJOR CENTERS


S te a Calves Hogs : Shee
City or Area 3 Apr.15 : Apr.16 : Apr.l5 Tp: Apr.16 :tAprApr1
19-1 1960 -: -961 _1960 t 1961 t 1960 : 1961_
- m e a m e m m sl.L - -


Boston, New York City Area...
Baltimore, Philadelphia......
Cin. ,Cleve.,Detroit,Indpls...
Chicago Area....*... ..**...
St. Paul-Wise. Areas.........
St. Louis Area...............
Sioux City-So. Dakota Area Ij
Omaha Area..................
Kansas City.........*...,,..
Iowa So. Minnesota.........
Lou1l.Evan 1.Nash 1.Mph's....
Georgia, Florida, Ala. Area..
St. Jolph.Vichita, Okla.City.
Ft.Worth,Dallas,San Antonio.,
Denver,Ogden,Salt Lake City..
Los Angeles, San Fran. Areas.
Portland, Seattle, Spokane...


12,071
8,159
18,822
15,865
27,586
11,111
21,842
52,501
15,575
28,085
5,808
9,817
18,161
11,2351
25,082
28,029
7,991


8,741
8,200
16,818
15,267
27,644
10,430
19,610
29,2533
12,568
29,185
5,586
7,010
17,585
9,559
19,825
22,969
6,634


11,049
2,546
4,148
5,473
18,445
1,411

89

8,472
2,597
5,479
554
5,193
208
1,692
179


Total...................... 295,754 266,462 63,555
4,420,286 968,172


4,584,893


8,895
1,367
4,094
6,094
20,571
1,442

245

7,712
5,652
2,378
1,179
5,972
184
1,478
225

653,488

.,042,750


42,293
31,702
124,619
45,627
104,167
72,470
94,185
71,908
35,390
270,409
59,572
57,828
35,025
16,167
15,165
24,609
16,774


45,705
22,991
152,466
55,113
106,696
87,123
90,609
80,198
39,281
275,144
65,700
31,300
46,549
19,728
17,685
25,551
15,424


1,093,710 1,135,061
16,767,720
18,519,220


38,76
4,48
12,66
6,82
19,20
3,90
11,70
16,45

36,75


11,24
34,3E
42,87
46,9E
5,8E


and lambs
: Apr1H -~
- 1960
7 56,685
3 4,000
6 10,552
1 4,642
1 10,116
2 3,949
'9 12,913
4 11,417
--o
>8 28,067
--o

:1 8,400
0 27,251
12 27,610
36 36,066
39 6,522


292,129 228,190
3,924,781
5,595,817


] Correction for Sioux City-So. Dakota area for March 25, 1961 Cattle 20,057; hogs 94,635.




ESTIMATED FEDERALLY INSPECTED SLAUGHTER AND MEAT PRODUCTION


Week ended


1961..............
1961..#.............
1961 l/...........
1960 1/...........


oBeef -Veal -or
Beef Veal :(excl. lard) : and mutton t
:~1iiju 7 7 ;: .r -N i7
ber : -'rod' ber Prod': ber : Prod ber :
1,000 mil.bb. 1, nl.lb. 1,000 il.lb. l,0~mil,.1b.
555 213.4 97 11.2 1,265 177.6 310 15.5
355 214.4 95 10.6 1,180 164.3 300 15.0
349 -- 101 1,290 -- 299
327 194.0 92 10.6 1,325 185.7 255 12.8


T



mi
41'
404

40:


total Total
,at lard
*od. prod.

L.lb. mil.lb.
7.7

41.7
5.1 40.9


Percentage change from:
Apr. 8, 1961 ..............
Apr.16, 1960 ................


7 8 5 5 3
-5 -4 22 22 4


--ve e eight (lb) -
Week ended Cattle Calves 1 Hogs ~ heep
-2 t and lambs
- - Tressed:LTer 1 i eDrie vse&evDFessed_ tL3"I 7 Drsies *:
---------------------------------------------------------~


Apr. 15, 1961 .............
Apr. 8, 1961 .............
Mar. 25, 1961 ..............
Apr. 16, 196n ..............


1045
1050
1050
1031


601
604
604
595


205
200
190
202


115
112
106
115


240
238
236
239


103
103
104
104


Lard
yield
per
100 lb.


12.9


SActual slaughter -- Excludes lard.----------------- ----------
I/ ctul laughter. V Excludes lard.


Accumulation to d e*******


Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.






304


Classification


Steers -
Prime 900-1100#
1100-1500
Choice 900-1100
1100-1500
Good 900-1100
Standard All wts.


Heifers -
Choice
Good
Standard


700-900#
600-800
- All wts.


Cows All weights -
Commercial
Utility
Cutter
Canner

Bulls All weights -
Commercial
Utility

Calves 500# down -
Choice
Good
Standard

Vealers All wts. -


Choice
Good
Standard


Steers -
Choice
Good
Medium

Heifers -
Choice
Med. & Gd.


CATTLE: WEEKLY AVERAGE OF DAILY QUOTATIONS
In dollars per 100 pounds
T---* -- -- -- -- --- -- q6;g -
Chicago : Kansas City : Omaha : Denver a Portland
Apr.: Apr. : Apr. : Apr. pr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr.: Apr.
: 15 : 16 15 16 :15 16 :15 16 15 16
1 1961: 1960 : 1961 : 1960 : 1961 : 1960 1961 : 1960 1961 : 1960
S : 3 -- -- ------
Slaughter cattle. calves and vealers


27.22
27.48
25.68
25.55
25.30
20.85


24.90

20.10


17.42
16.88
16.58
14.80


31.08
31.55
28.38
28.62
25.58
22.72


27.28

21.65


17.65
16.92
15.95
14.30


25.12
24.82
235.22
20.28


24.42
22.52
19.65


17.60
17.10
16.48
15.88


27.82
27.70
25.35
21.88


27.00
24.75
21.25


18.00
16.50
15.35
15.25


26.48
26.45
24.90
24.78
25.00
20.15


24.52
22.42
19.50


17.45
16.78
16.00
15.08


50.58
50.35
28.28
28.22
25.02
21.65


27.38
24.12
20.60


17.85
16.538
14.80
13.40


19.80 20.60 18.58 19.00 18.75 18.75
20.55 20.05 18.62 19.00 18.75 18.50


50.50
27.00
22.00


31.80
29.00
23.50


25.85
22.00
19.25


29.00
25.25
20.75


25.50
23.00
20.75


27.50
24.50
21.50


27.50
24.75
21.50


27.00
24.50
21.00


24.05
24.05
21.75
19.25


25.38
21.12
18.75



16.75
15.25
14.25


-

26.50
26.50
23.62
20.25


25.94
22.81
19.12


18.88
17.25
15.50
14.12


19.00 20.00


24.38
25.75
25.00
20.50


25.68
22.00
19.25



15.75
14.25
12.75


--

27.62
27.00
25.62
23.12



25.12
22.50


18.00
16.75
14.00
12.00


-- 20.50
20.00 21.25


51.50
29.50
25.50


29.00
26.50
24.00


51.50
29.50
26.00


Stocker and feeder cattle and calves


500-800#
500-800
500-1000


500-750#
500-750


Cows All wts. -
Med. & Gd.

Calves 500-500# -
Steers -
Good & Choice


26.75
24.50
21.25


29.00
26.25
22.75


26.90
24.40
20.50


28.75
25.50
21.75


26.58
24.58
20.62


29.25
25.50
21.25


26.75
24.58
21.25


28.00
25.25
21.75


- -- 24.00 25.40 24.25 25.75 24.75 25.50
- -- 20.75 21.75 20.75 22.00 21.75 22.00


- -. 17.25 18.25 15.88 14.50 16.50 --



28.25 29.75 29.00 30.75 50.25 31.00


24.25
20.50


26.25
24.00
20.25


-- 24.75
-- 20.50


-- 15.25



- 28.00


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- -- 25.50 26.25 26.00 27.00 28.25 28.00


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HOGS: AVERAGE COST, WEIGHT, AND NUMBER OF PACKER AND SHIPPER PURCHASES I/
-.-, .--------------....... --------------- --------
Louis : Kan- S. S. 8-
Chi. Nati. :sa Omaha Sioux St. St. Indian- mktas.
Week ended cago Stock City : a: City Joseph Paul apolis com.
Yards bined
-------~--------- ____~______~;____ ~SI------------L-----------~-----
AVERAGE COST Dollars per 100 pounds
Barrows Apr. 15, 1961 17.57 17.42 17.54 17.45 17.56 17.45 17.18 17.48 17.39
and Apr. 8, 1961 17.59 17.73 17.56 17.36 17.28 17.35 17.30 17.68 17.49
gifts Apr. 16, 1960 16.25 16.24 16.10 15.80 15.79 16.03 15.72 16.55 16.05
-----rr---------- iY6-76R f 6 '6.2' ..yj-5*-l64.2l -- '6.O-l 15"--9---1-'-00
Apr. 15, 1961 15.48 16.02 16.50 16.29 16.10 16.21 16.01 15.79 16.00
SowS Apr. 8, 1961 15.60 16.20 16.33 16.25 16.00 16.01 15.81 15.82 16.00
Apr. 16, 1960 13.82 14.27 14.29 14.10 14.04 14.58 14.04 13.93 14.08
A V E R A G E N W ^d ^f ---- -- ---- --- -- ---- *- -
AVERAGE WEIGHT Pounds
BarrowsApr. 15, 1961 257 225 254'""'240 245 235 241 228 235
and Apr. 8, 1961 236 224 237 240 245 234 237 230 234
gilts Apr. 16, 1960 237 219 228 242 242 230 239 228 23355
Apr :'ff -Bff --~---- W"_fj--- iF .. W _'j8 ----42' ----i; ...i~ i "'51
Apr. 15, 1961 450 41U 426 424 456 421 418 462 431
Sows Apr. 8, 1961 457 405 425 421 423 414 411 457 425
Apr. 16, 1960 444 395 417 427 419 403 420 441 420
N U M 8 E R & W ili --------1----------------------------------------------
NUMBER OF HEAD -
Barrows Apr. 15, 1961 28526 45068 13968 31745 28591 15529 36822 29166 227215
and Apr. 8, 1961 23236 40109 9861 30387 24632 10341 36441 27510 202517
gilts Apr. 16, 1960 26002 49744 12952 34925 39379 22700 52501 26003 244206
Xpr.1' j1961 2735 3714 660 4285 2806 933 3388 2860 21381
SOWs Apr. 8, 1961 1946 3102 555 4240 2494 681 2964 2270 18250
Ap?13.9 11~ 6 2821 4311 995 4895 3966 1782 3712 3181 25663
SOWS --------- ~~-----**""p^ g'^^]""""""" ----"---------------------
SOWS Percentage of total
Apr. 15, 1961 9 8 5 12. 9 6 8 9 9
Apr. 8, 1961 8 7 5 12 9 6 8 8 8
Apr. 16, 1960 10 8 7 12 9 7 10 11 10
1/ Weighted average.
WEEKLY AVERAGE WHOLESALE VALUE OF HOG PRODUCTS DERIVED
FROM 100 LB. LIVE HOG, COMPARED WITH PRICES OF LIVE HOGS, CHICAGO
----------------------- -------- -------------rd- --...
Hog products I/ Hog prices V/ os sre
Apr. 15, 1961 $19.70 $17.657 $2.03
Apr. 8, 1961 19.45 17.91 1.54
Apr .16_, 1960 18.64 16.60 2 04
1 / Value of all edible products, fresh basis (lard rendered) in 100 Ib. of live hog com-
puted from wholesale prices on carlot basis, Chicago, reported by National Provisioner
daily market report.
2/ Mean of daily quotations on U. S. No. 1, 2 and 3 hogs, 200-220# wt. Chicago,
T/ Difference between wholesale product value and hog prices.

HOG AND CORN PRICES AT CHICAGO AND HOG-CORN PRICE RATIO
7 ----- - -I-------- --- ---- I ------------ ,
Barrows and Corn, Hog-corn
Week ended eilts 1/ No. 3, yellow pnce ratio
Dollars per Cents per based on
100 pounds bushel barrows and gifts
----------------------------------------------------
Apr. 15, 1961 17.37 106.4 16.3
Apr. 8, 1961 17.59 104.3 16.9
Apr. 16, 1960 16.25 120.8 13.5
1/ Weighted average. 2/ Simple average.
l/ Weighted average. 2/ Simple average.






507


SHEEP AND LAMBS: WEEKLY AVERAGE OF DAILY QUOTATIONS
In dollars per 100 pounds


Classification


-. -- - - --- -
: a: O Kansasv Fort ::t
: Chicago: Omaha City Worth : Denver:Ogden : Port-
City Worth
S- : : : : : land
-m --- - -


SLAUGHTER LAMBS: (Wooled) 110# down


Prime Apr. 15, 1961
Apr. 16, 1960

Choice Apr. 15, 1961
Apr. 16, 1960

Good Apr. 15, 1961
Apr. 16, 1960


17.82
22.75

17.58
21.88

16.25
21.03


EWES: (Wooled) All wts.
Good and Apr. 15, 1961 7.05**
Choice Apr. 16, 1960 7.85


22.15

17.05
21.22

15.98
20.12


6.50
6.50


Cull and Apr. 15, 1961 6.10** 5.58
Utility Apr. 16, 1960 6.60 4.75
--- -----------
FEEDER LAMBS: All wts.
Good and Apr. 15, 1961 -- 16.12
Choice Apr. 16, 1960 -- 21.00
---------------------
*Spring lambs.
**Shorn basis.


25.00*

17.62*
22.40*

16.58 3
20.20


5.00
6.50

4.25
5.00


22.80G*

17.05*
22.40*

16.00*
21.45*


-- 21.25

16.75 --
21.09 20.75

15.75 --
20.09 19.88


6.62
6.75&* 6.00

5.50** 5.58
7.50** 4.75-* 4.00


135.50
18.10 19.00


15.45
19.88


16.75


LIVESTOCK PRICES AT CHICAGO COMPARED WITH WHOLESALE AND COMPOSITE RETAIL
MEAT PRICES AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT VALUES AT NEW YORK

-- --- ------!- -.--- --- -S1*- -.---I----- S- _---
Steers % Lambs_ Hogs_ ...
: Mar.: Feb.: Mar. : Mar.,: Feb. j Mar. : Mar. : Feb. : Mar.
,-- --:1961;. 196l 1960.i 196 1j. 1961_:_1960 16 1961: 1961 _:_16Q
Live animal prices Dollars per 100 pounds
Chicago 1/........ 26.67 27.31 29.50 17.83 18.00 22.64 17.74 18.41 15.72
Wholesale meat
prices, New York 2/ 44.28 45.51 47.96 38.50 39.88 46.72 --
Cents per pound


Composite
prices,


retail meat
New York 3/78.15 77.51 78.94 63.26 60.51 65.92
Value of carcass meat from 100# live animal (Dollars)


Wholesale-New York 4/ 26.57 27.31 28.78 18.86 19.54 22.89 21.94 22.17 19.11
Retail-New York 5/ 36.73 36.43 37.10 29.86 28.56 31.11 29.00 29.31 24.94

1/ Av. Choice and Prime steers, 900-1100 lb., Choice and Prime lambs, and U. S.
No. 1,2 and 3, 220-240# hogs. 2/ Av.'Choice and Prime steer beef, 600-800 lb., and
Choice and Prime lamb. 3/ Composite av. of semi-monthly retail quotations on
various cuts (incl. lard7 combined in proportion to their respective yields from live
weight. 4/ 60 lb. of beef carcass, 49 lb. of lamb carcass and 60.43 lb. of princi-
pal hog products consisting of smoked, skinned hams, bacon, picnics, fresh loins,
Boston butts, spareribs, and carton lard combined in proportion to their respective
yields from live weight. 5/ 47.0 lb. of beef cuts, 47.2 lb. of lamb cuts and 58.56
lb. of principal hog products, incl. lard.


14.75**


14.50**
23575e

15.00**
18.25


5. 50"*
7.25


4.00*
5.25


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308


WHOLESALE MEAT TRADE REVIEWS


LESS THAN CARLOT MEAT TRADE REVIEWS

EASTERN SEABOARD The general trend for
steer beef on the Eastern Seaboard was steady to
$1.00 lower, bulk fully 50# off, and meager
supply Prime sold steady to strong at New York;
cow beef mostly steady, except Philadelphia
strong to 750 higher; veal and calf steady to
$3.00 lower, mostly $1.00 decline; lamb steady
to $1.00 higher, with New York and Philadelphia
fully $1.00 advanced. Pork loins were $1.00-
3.00 higher, however, close at New York was 50#
lower, due to $2.00 decline for limited sales on
closing session. Boston butts were steady to
$2.00 lower; other pork cuts mostly steady, in-
stances strong on spareribs.
Prices for Choice and Prime kosher steer
forequarters were weak to 500 lower; lamb, veal
and calf unchanged. Trading at New York was
moderately active and demand rather broad; other
markets showed fair activity, except beef and
veal generally dull. Lamb was moderately active,
and pork rather slow. Supplies of all classes
were ample for the demand. Beef, veal and lamb
receipts were normal, and pork moderate. Spring
lamb carcasses were scarce and quality of old
crop was poorest of the season, particularly
evident at the New York market* Good clearance
prevailed at all markets, except some carryover
of beef and veal at Washington.

CHICAGO Steer and heifer beef closed 50#-
1.00 lower; veal $1.00-2.00 lower; lamb steady
to 500 higher. Pork loins were $2.50-3.00 lower;
Boston butts $1.00 lower; and spareribs steady.
Supplies of beef, lamb and veal were moder-
ate with beef mostly Good and Choice grades.
Lamb carcasses were mostly 45-65# weights with
carcasses under 45# in limited supply. Fresh
pork supply was small at the outset but increased
to a moderate volume later.
Carcass beef trade was slow as were primal
cuts until midweek. From Wednesday on, rounds,
ribs and loins were in fair demand with rounds
advancing $1.00 over the low close last Friday.
Arm and squarecut chucks were draggy and worked
lower. Trading on veal closed slow. Demand was
only moderate for lamb with hindsaddles outsell-
ing forequarter meat. Sellers having difficulty
clearing lamb hotel ribs for more than a month.
All fresh pork cuts sold fairly active on early
sessions but outlets narrowed particularly for
loins. Some beef and lamb primal cuts unsold,
otherwise clearance fairly complete.

PACIFIC COAST Steer beef sold steady to
500 lower, except Choice 700-800+ 500 higher in
San Francisco. Cow beef, veal and calf steady,
except veal $2.00-3.00 higher in Los Angeles.
Spring lamb was firm to $1.00 higher in Los
Angeles but elsewhere spring and old crop lamb


sold weak to $1.00 lower. Fresh loins and
spareribs sold $2.00 higher in San Francisco,
but otherwise fresh pork was steady to $1.00
lower. Smoked pork was steady to $1.00 lower.
Liberal supply of spring lamb found good
outlets at Los Angeles, but was excessive for
moderate demand at other points. Otherwise,
supplies of most mdate were fully normal and
trading for most classes continued slow.

CARLOT MEAT TRADE REVIEWS

MIDWEST CAhLOT DRESSED MEAT SUMMARY -
Steer beef closed 50# lower, instances $1.00
off. Heifer beef was steady to 50# lower with
part of early declines recovered on both
classes; cow beef 50# higher. Lamb sold steady
to 500 lower. Pork loins were $1.50 lower;
fresh hams steady to $1.00 lower, least decline
on 12-14# offerings; Boston butts 500 lower;
pork sides steady to 30# lower.
Supplies were normal on all classes, demand
on steer and heifer beef was rather poor with
demand moderately good on other classes.
Closing prices, f.o.b. plant basis.
Beef: Choice 600-700# steer carcasses
$38.50-39.50, few carlote $40.00; Choice 700-
800# $37.50-38.50, few carlots $39.00; Good
600-700# $36.00-37.00, high-Good $37.25-37.50;
Good 700-800# $35.50-37.00. Choice 500-700#
heifer carcasses $37.50-39.00, mostly $38.00-
38.50; Good 500-700# $35.50-36.50. Canner,
Cutter and Utility cow beef $31.00-32.00.
Lamb: Choice, including some Prime 45-55#
carcasses $33.25-36.50, mostly $34.00-35.25.
Pork: Loins 8-12# $39.50-41.00; fresh
hams 12-14# $36.75-37.50; 14-16# $35.50-36.50;
Boston butts 4-8# $33.50-34.50. U. S. 1, 2 and
3 135-155# pork carcasses $24.75-25.30; 155-175#
$24.40-25.00.
Clearance was incomplete at some points
on steer and heifer beef and complete on cow
beef. Clearance mostly fair on other classes.
Based on reports from major slaughtering
centers--Omaha, Kansas City, Sioux City, Sioux
Falls, St. Paul, St. Joseph, St. Louis and the
Interior Iowa and So. Minnesota area.

CARLOT SUMMARY Chicago, Denver, New York
and Philadelphia. Steer beef sold steady to
$1.50 lower, largely 500-$1.00 off; heifer beef
steady to 500 higher, except weak to $1.50
lower at Philadelphia. Cow beef sold 500-$1.00
higher; lamb mostly $1.00-1.50 lower, except
old crop lamb steady to 50# lower at Denver.
Pork loins sold fully $3.00 lower at Chicago,
but 504-$1.00 higher at Philadelphia.
Supplies of most classes were moderate.
Trading for steer and heifer beef and lamb was
generally slow with cow beef and pork moder-
ately active.






309


WHOLESALE DRESSED MEAT PRICES LESS THAN CARLOT BASIS
Weekly average of daily quotations in dollars per 100 pounds

New York Chicago San Francisco Los Angeles
Classification
SApr. 15 : Apr. 16 Apr. 15 sApr. 16 Apr. 15 TApr. 16 Apr. 15 s Apr. 16


Steer beef -
Prime
Choice

Good

Heifer beef -
Choice

Good
Veal -
Prime
Choice
Good
Lamb -
Prime
Choice
Fresh pork -
Loins
Butts
Spareribs
Cured pork -


700-800#
600-700
700-800
500-600
600-700

500-600#
600-700
500-600

90-120#
90-120
90-120

45-55#
45-55

8-184
4-8
5# down


Hams, smk. skd. -(Cook
before eating) 12-16#
Bacon, smoked, sliced -
1# package (box lots)
Picnics, smoked (Cook
before eating) 4-8#
Lard, 2# carton


44.25
453.45
41.95
40.70
40.95


62.40
52.40
46.90


47.50
46.70
44.00
44.50


60.20
49.70
45.20


41.62
40.62
39.00
59.00

40.88
40.12
37.88

60.50
52.75
48.25


45.88
44.538
43.13
43.13

44.44
44.44
41.44

55.50
50.00
45.50


40.88
59538
40.50
39.12

59.50





52.00


45.00
45.50
44.00
43.00

44.00
42.50




54.00


40.54
39.00
39.50
38.50

40.25
39.25
39.00


45.00
43.531
435.25
42.00

44.25
43.50
42.50


59.50 49.50 58.50 46.50 58.50* 46.00* 59.50* 45.50*
59.50 46.00 58.50 46.50 58.50* 46.00* 59.50* 45.50*


46.10
39.00
41.25


43.10
37.50
43.00


45.30
57.30
58.00


41.60
33.55
39.75


47.75
42.50
46.50


45.50 46.00 46.50 49.50 46.50


49.00


38.90 535.25 51.50 54.50


55.50 29.50 38.25 34.00 35.75
17.25 12.75 16.38 13.50 18.00


48.00
39.00
47.00


45.75
42.00
42.00


43.12
36.50
43.58


50.50 45.25 49.88

49.00 54.00 51.25

32.00 34.50 33.00
16.50 17.62 15.00


~r 0 BULK PRICES CAHLOT BASIS MWEEK ENDED
""--T" ~ p-rixes pad- FoBd F.B 0 B.
Classification -i- -------- --
C icago : ever s
StChoie 600-70# 39.50-40.00 8.00-39.00 ---8.50-
Choice 600-700# 39.50-40.00 58.00-59.00 58.50-59


Good


Heifer beef -
Choice

Good


Cow beef All weig
Utility
Canner and Cutter
Lamb -
Prime 55-.


Choice


Fresh pork -
Loins


38.50-59.00
58.00-58.50
57.00-38.00
37.00-38.00
56.50-57.50

38.50-39.00
58.50-59.00
56.50-57.00
56.00-36.50

31.50-52.50
51.75-32.50


54.00-56.00
51.00-55.00

54.00-536.00
31.00-53.00

41.00-41.50


57.50-38.00
37.00-37.50

37.50-58.00
57.50-38.00

57.00-539.50
36.70-57.75
57.00
35.00-55.50

31.00-52.50


57.00-41.00*
56.00-40.00*

35.50
55.00-34.50
30.00-52.50


APRIL 14, 1961
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37.75-38.25
37.25-37.75

56.60-57.25
36.25-36.50

37.50-58.00
37.50-38.00
55.50-56.00
35.50-36.00

,31.00-51.50
31.00-51.50


353.25-34.75
31.25-52.25

353.25-54.75
51.25-32.25

40.50-41.00


41.00-42.00
40.00-41.00
59.50-40.50
59.00-40.00
38.00-40.00
58.00-40.00


38.00-41.00
36.00-57.50
335.00-55.00
38.00-41.00
56.00-57.50
33.00-35.00


41.00-41.50
40.00-40.50
39.00-40.00

38.50-40.00
38.00-59.00


40.00-40.50



33.00-33.50
53.00-33.50

38.00-39.00
36.00-37.00
34.00-35.50
38.00-39.00
36.00-37.00
34.00-35.50

44.00-44.50


* Spring lamb.


700-800
800-900
500-600
600-700
700-800

500-60o#
600-700
500-600
600-700


its -


45#


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55-65
35-45
45-55
55-65

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BOSTON WOOL MARKET REVIEW


Trading at the Boston market was active as
prices advanced about 2-53 clean basis. Around
10 cars of greasy combing wools were moved. Offer-
ings of pulled wools were limited while trading
for noils was active and prices advanced. Little
was done in scoured shorn wools.
Trading in the western States was fairly
active at strong prices for practically all classes
of wools. It was estimated that up to 50 percent
of all medium wools in Ohio and Indiana had been
spld.
Midweek cables from A.ustralia showed a good
selection of topmaking and spinners merinos, come-
backs and crossbred wools offered at Geelong as
prices advanced 2 -5 percent compared to the Easter
recess with Eastern Europe and Japan dominating.
At the Wellington, New Zealand sale there was keen
and general competition with Eastern Europe oper-
ating especially in 48/50s and finer grades. Trad-
ing was active at strong prices. There was a much
firmer tone at the East London sale in South Africa
with prices about 2if higher than the close prior
to the Easter recess. The South American markets
were dull with only occasional sales of 60s and
finer wools in Montevideo.
Fleece Wools Graded 60/62s staple and good
French combing fleece wool sold around $1.04 clean
basis. Dealers estimated graded 50/54s staple
fleece wools around 97f clean basis. Buyers were
paying mostly 40-45f for medium wools in Ohio and
Indiana.
Territory Wools Graded 64s good French comb-
ing and staple territory wool sold around $1.14-
1.15 clean basis while graded California 64s brought
$1.15. In Wyoming, the Star Valley pool of approxi-
mately 170,000#, bulk 5/88, 1/4 and low 1/4-blood
sold around 54.64 grease basis f.o.b. while in the
Basin area various clips sold in a range from 54-
42. grease basis for all grades to the growers.
Various sales in Montana ranged from 40-42:i grease
basis f.o.b. as clean prices ranged upward to $1.01,
delivered East for bulk fine and half-blood wools.
The Minnadoka pool in Idaho, up to 125,000# of bulk
5/8s and half with an edge of quarter-blood sold for
May delivery at 45.50 grease basis, f.o.b. Various
range clips in the State of Washington sold recently
from 59-420 grease basis to the growers.
Texas Wools Original bag, bulk good French
combing and staple 12 months wool sold in Texas from
$1.17-1.20 clean basis, delivered East while up to
$1.12 clean basis was paid for short wools.
Mohair There was improved domestic business
in mostly medium grade mohair with some kid tops for
both woolen and worsted consumption. Adult hair
alone was purchased in Texas at 935- to the ware-
house. Dealers estimate approximately four million
pounds of mohair remained unsold in Texas.
Foreign Wools Turnover of spot foreign wools
continued 1. Super skirted Montevideo 60s sold
for shipment around $1.12 clean basis, duty paid.
Cabled quotations at week's end follow with combing
wools converted to clean U. S. oil-combed yields and
short wools to scouring yields, in bond.


Australia
Oil-combed


$1.21
1.17
1.15
1.15
1.12


79
422
425
424
425


New Zealand
Oil-combed
95 $.88 107
854 .87 114
100 .84 128
Carpet fleece
South Afri
Oil-combed S
7 $1.09
8 1.07
12 1.06
47 1.07
48 1.05
52 1.05
55 1.04


$1.09
1.10
1.05
.98
.95


$.82
.80
.78
$.77
:a
poured Yields
L7 $1.04
Z2 1.05
27 1.03
28 1.02
52 .98
57 .95
58 .94


Montevideo Super Skirted Wools 64s 93-
94f, 60/64s 90-91, 60s 87-887, 60/588 85-
864, 58/56s 84-850, 56/50s 85-84f.
Carpet Wools Spot carpet wool sales were
slow. Greasy Buenos Aires November second clip
wools were quoted at 75-74if and March wools
around 704 while greasy New Zealand fleeces were
priced around 76-78#, early shorn wools about
75l# and crutchings around 72|* all clean fibers
present for shipment.
Woolen Wools Sales follow:
Scoured Pulled Domestic
56/58s 1 -2" wh. $1.02
Scoured Shorn Domestic
56/58s lambs fair color $.87


Noils
Aust. 64/70s nobles
Semi-clear Aust. 64a nobles
Ave. style Aust. 64s nobles
Clear B. A. 64s Schlumberger
Clear B. A. 60s Schlumberger
Dom. 56s nobles


$.90
.86
.85
.63-.64
.62
.58


CLOSING FUTURES QUOTATIONS Apr. 13,
(Furnished by the Wool Associates of the Nei
Cotton Exchange)
May wool tops $1.560
July wool tops 1.566
64s grade 2.55" minimum length
May wool $1.187
July wool 1.211
64s grade 2Pn ave. stretched length


1961
w York







COLD STORAGE HOLDINGS OF MEATS AND LARD, MARCH 51, 1961


Red meat supplies are generally lower on April 1 than on March 1 but this year
because of strong upturn in pork stocks and with beef showing little change, holdings
were up 11 million pounds to 481 million. Total meat supplies were still about one-
fifth less than average and the stocks of April 1, 1960. Pork holdings increased 11
million pounds to 246 million on April 1. During March 1960, a 5-million pound re-
duction lowered stocks to 3358 million pounds. The average March change in pork stocks
is an increase of 6 million pounds and average April 1 stocks are 353 million pounds.
Beef holdings at 145 million pounds were almost unchanged from a month earlier. This
is in contrast to a 20-million pound reduction reported during March 1960 which low-
ered stocks to 166 million pounds by April 1, and an average reduction of 12 million
pounds for this time of year. Average stocks are 163 million pounds.


UNITED STATES STORAGE HOLDINGS OF MEATS AND LARD, MARCH 31, 1961 WITH
(Includes holdings in public, private and semi-private
cold storage houses and meat packing plants)


COMPARISONS


Commodity March
: 1956-60 av.
1,000 Ib.


Beef:
Frozen . .
In cure and cured .
Total *
Pork, frozen:
Picnics ..
Hams . .
Bellies. ..
Loins . .
Jowls . .
Butts . .
Spareribs . .
Triimminms #. .
Other pork . .
Total . .
Pork in cooler:
Dry salt bellies .
Other dry salt pork o .
Other pork cuts .
Total .* 9 ..9. .
Total pork o
Other meats and meat products:
Veal, frozen *
Lamb and mutton, frozen .* .
Canned meats in cooler:
Hams .
Other meats .


151,188
11,629


162,817


288,984


64,017


1y --- --
March
1960
1,000 lb.


154,070
11,580


165,650

11,695
46,829
115,771
1/
I/
T/
T/
T/
109,593


283,888


11,548
6,171
36,314
54,033


353,001 337,921 235,567 246,308


12,571
9,003

2/ (69,498
- (


7,924
11,188

2/ (70,940
-(


Total all meats .
Lard, rendered and refined 3/
GOVERNMENT HOLDINGS 5/ -


606.890


144,399


593.623


152,500


469,953
112,400


481,210
4/


Pork . ... 5,703 2,147 2,130 2,012
Beef . 4,904 1,944 2,519 1,915

1/ No historical data available. 2/ Includes other canned meats. 3/ In dry and
cold storage as reported by Bureau of Census. 4/ Not available. /SGovernment
holdings are included in the totals and consist of reported stocks"held by
U. S. D. A., the Armed Services and other Government Agencies.


February
1961
1,000 lb.

135,058
9,049


144,107

7,695
51,998
58,880
7,494
7,619
3,757
8,635
14,489
36,973


197,540


6,154
4,949
26,924
38,027


March
1961
1,000 lb.


135,235
9,967
143.202

6,405
37,552
74,812
9,947
10,111
4,560
11,155
16,633
40,476


211,651


5,469
4,620
24,568
34,657


12,870
11,767

40,601
25,041


12,053
16,972

37,603
25,072


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08747 1719


312
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Washington 25, D. C.


OFFICIAL BUSINESS

Form AMS-4/18/61






University of Florida
Documents Librarian
11-4-59 The University Libraries
LS-CLS Gainesville, Fla.




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