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WEEKLY SUMMARY

AND STATISTICS


LIVESTOCK DIVISION AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTTJ.UE
WASHINGTON 25, D.. .


Vol. 28, No. 33


16, 1960


Week ended August 13


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Livestock Market Reviews . .
Livestock Market Receipts .
Stocker and Feeder Statistics .
Estimated Percentage of Stocker and Feeder
Slaughter Cows in Salable Receipts .
Steer Sale Statistics .


Slaughter at Major Centers .
Estimated Slaughter and Meat Production

Cattle Prices . .
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Hog Purchase Statistics .
Sheep and Lamb Prices * *.

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Wholesale Dressed Meat Prices .
Wool Market Review . .


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RANGE AND FEEDLOT SALES


Higher dressed beef prices prompted upturns
on slaughter steers and heifers at some markets,
but increased supplies at other points had a
bearish influence and prices closed lower. Steer
prices at eastern Corn Belt markets closed weak
to 500 lower, extremes 750 off following higher
trends the previous week. At other centers
prices were steady to 250 higher, instances 500
up against a generally lower trend the previous
week. Heifers closed steady to 50 lower; cows
strong to 500 higher. Stockers and feeders were
mostly steady to 50 higher, A slight increase
in marketing of hogs coupled with downturns on
lower dressed pork had a bearish influence on
live prices. Barrows and gilts closed 25-750
lower; sows steady to 500 lower. Prices for
spring slaughter lambs, slaughter ewes and
spring feeders were steady to 500 lower.

SLAUGHTER CATTLE AND CALVES Receipts at
the 12 major terminal markets were increased by
6 percent and were the largest since mid-July.
Increased supplies had a bearish influence on
the slaughter steer trade but at several major
points this was more than offset by a steady to
$1.00 higher trend on steer carcasses. Omaha,
St. Paul, and St. Joseph closed steady to 500
higher on slaughter steers with the advance
limited largely to high-Good to Prime. Other
points were generally steady to 500 lower with
Chicago showing a 50#-$1.00 lower trend on
weights over 1500#. Steers weighing below 1500#
continued to find the broadest outlet at most
terminals with the best action on weights 1150#
and below. Slaughter heifers sold steady to 500
lower except steady to 250 higher at St. Paul
and St. Joseph. Cows were strong to 500 higher
with St. Joseph 500-$1.00 up. Bulls sold steady
to 500 higher. Vealers were steady to $1.00
higher at St. Louis and $1,00-2.00 up at St.Paul.
Slaughter steers and heifers continued to make
up the bulk of the receipts at most terminals.
Good and Choice predominated in the supply but
several points received a larger percentage of
average to high-Choice than during recent weeks.
Prime steers were in small supply although the
7 percent Prime in the steer run at Chicago was
the largest since April.
In Thicoqo a few loads of mixed high-Choice
and PrL-me 1150-1400# steers brought $27.25-28.00.
At other points loadlots of high-Choice and
mixed Choice and Prime steers sold from $25.00-
26.00 with mixed 'hnice and Prime to $27.25 in
Chicago. Few loads high-Choice and Prime 1450-
157- brought ': .50-25.00. Bulk Choice steers
S:-.ought Z.- .0C-' .-.50 with most mixed high-Good
and low-Choice f'r'om $23.00-24.50. Good steers
sold at $21., 3.*0, Standard 318.00-21.00. A
few mixed Choice and Prime heifers sold at
$24.75-2.5.50, load ~2.75 in Chicago. Most


Choice heifers brought $23.00-25.00, Good and
low-Choice $20.50-23.00. Utility and Commercial
cows $13.50-16.00, Canners and Cutters $12.00-
14.50.

STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE AND CALVES -
Supplies of stockers and feeders at terminal
markets continued seasonally moderate. Although
there was some indication of an expanding demand,
buyers generally continued to operate very cau-
tiously in the face of such warning signs as
the current record high cattle population and
abundance of grain feeds. There was considera-
ble irregularity in trends at the various markets
and while prices often were maintained on a
steady basis there were several exceptions. At
Kansas City prices were mostly 50 higher;Sioux
City firm. Meanwhile, at Omaha steers were
steady, heifers weak to 500 lower and at Fort
Worth trading was on a 504-$1.00 lower basis.
Good and Choice 800-1050# feeder steers
bulked at $21.00-23.50; few Choice 750-950#
$24.00-25.00. Several lots Good and Choice 970-
1075# steers sold from $21.75-22.75, two loads
1183# of the same grades $21.25 and load Good
1284# $20.00. Medium and low-Good feeders
brought $17.50-21.00. Good and Choice 550-700#
stock steers sold chiefly from $21.50-25.00,load
750# included at $25.00. Choice 600# reached
$25.75. Choice 472# short yearling heifers
brought $25.00, majority Good and Choice yearling
heifers $20.00-23.50. Good and Choice steer
calves ranged $22.00-28.00, same grades heifer
calves $20.00-25.50.

HOGS Terminal Markets Salable receipts
at the 12 markets were 6 percent more than the
week previous, but 6 percent less than a year
earlier. The majority of the barrows and gilts
weighed 190-260# with an increased showing of
190-220#. The average weight of barrows and
gilts at the 8 markets was 225#, compared 226#
the previous week and 218# one year earlier. Sows
made up 8-25 percent of the run at most terminals
and comprised 55 percent of the run at Sioux
Falls. Barrows and gilts closed 25-75 lower,
instances $1.00 off with the extreme downturns
confined to weights under 210#. Sows were steady
to 500 lower, largely 25# off. This was the
third consecutive week of lower barrow and gilt
prices while sows recorded their first price de-
clines in 6 weeks.
At the close, U. S. 1, and mixed No. 1-2,
190-240# barrows and gilts brought $17.50-18.00,
mostly $17.75. Mixed U. S. 1-3, and U. S. 2-3,
190-260# sold late at $17.00-17.75, largely
$17.25-17.50, several loads of U. S. 2-3, and
U. S. 3, 275-320# butchers sold from $16.25-16.75.
U. S. 1-3, 270-400# sows sold at $14.00-16.00.
Feeder pigs were 25f to mostly 50# lower at







Sioux City and St. Paul. Medium to mostly Good
130-170# at Sioux City brought $16.00-16.50, a
few mostly Choice $17.00. Good and Choice,
largely Good, 130-170# at St. Paul ranged from
$16.00-16.50, few decks Choice $16.75 early.

HOGS Interior Iowa-Southern Minnesota
Area Receipts totaled 285,000 head, around 4
percent less than the previous week and approxi-
mately 8 percent under the corresponding week
last year. About 80 percent of the butchers
weighed 200-240#. Sows comprised around 18 per-
cent of total receipts. Closing prices were 50-
750 lower on butchers while sows were mainly 40O
off. On the close U. S. 1-3, 200-240# butchers
sold at $16.75-17.25 with No. 1 and 2 selected
lots up to $17.70. No. 1-3 sows 270-400# sold
at $14.10-16.25, 400-550# $12.50-14.75.

SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts at the 12
markets were slightly less than a week earlier
and 6 percent under a year ago. Bulk of receipts
were spring slaughter lambs which included a
seasonally increased number of shorn offerings.
The week's trend on spring slaughter lambs was
steady to 500 lower and instances $1.00 off,
however, prices were 250 higher at Omaha and
some sales were 500 higher at Sioux Falls.
Slaughter ewes and feeder lambs were steady to
50 lower with instances $1.00 off.
Late in the week, Choice and Prime 85-110#
spring slaughter lambs sold from $18.00-20.00,
Prime to $20.50 at a couple of markets and a few
mostly Prime lambs reached $22.00 at Chicago
early. Good and Choice spring lambs brought
$17.00-19.50, large share $17.00-18.50 at the
close. Good and Choice 90-117# shorn old crop
slaughter lambs and yearlings, mostly yearlings
with No. 1 and fall shorn pelts moved at $12.50-
15.50, mainly Choice 90-110# yearlings $15.00-
16.50. Cull to Choice shorn slaughter ewes
ranged from $2.00-4.50 and few to $5.25.
Good and Choice 60-89# spring feeder lambs
sold from $15.00-17.00; mostly Choice 60-78#
western feeders brought $17.00-17.50 and three
decks Choice 72# North Dakota feeders reached
$18.00 at Omaha. Medium and Good feeders moved
at $12.00-16.00.
In the Interior Iowa-Southern Minnesota
area, spring slaughter lambs sold weak to 500
lower, instances $1.00 off. Slaughter yearlings
were scarce, steady; slaughter ewes weak, in-
stances 500 lower. Receipts were the same as
the previous week, but 10 percent under a year
ago. On Friday, Choice with a few Prime 80-
105# spring slaughter lambs delivered to packing
plants sold from $17.50-18.25; Prime lots
$18.00-18.50, few to $18.75; Good and low-Choice
$15.50-17.75. Good and Choice 100-115# shorn
slaughter yearlings with No. 1 and fall shorn
pelts brought $12.00-14.00, some mainly Choice
$15.00. Cull to Choice shorn slaughter ewes
bulked at $2.00-4.00.


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 5 percent shrink. All
sales for immediate delivery unless specified.

ARI2ONA, CALIFORNIA, NEVADA, AND UTAH -
Direct trade on slaughter steers and heifers was
uneven with prices steady to 50# lower, but
mostly steady; stockers and feeders were steady
to weak and slaughter lambs strong to 250 higher,
instances 50 up.
Slaughter steers: In California, 60 loads
high-Good to mostly Choice 875-1050# $25.90-
26.35, only 2 loads exceeded $26.00; 189 loads
high-Good to mostly Choice 900-1225# in Califor-
nia and Arizona $25.00-25.75, including some
at $25,00 for delivery by the end of September.
Load lots Good and Choice 900-1100# $24.25-24.85
and Good to mostly Choice 1175-1300#/ $24.00-
24.50. Load lots Standard and Good 850-1200#
$21.00-23.50, some predominantly Standard 950-
1200# $20.00-20.75.
Heifers: Total 62 loads Good and Choice
800-1075# $23.00-25.00, the bulk at $24.00-24.75.
Stockers and feeders: In California, load
Good and Choice mixed calves, steers $26.00,
heifers $24.00, Good and Choice 375-600# stock
calves and light yearlings $23.50-25.25 on
steers and $21.50-25.00 on heifers. Total 375
head Good and Choice 600-825# feeder steers
$22.00-22.50. Nevada: A 650 head string 600-
625# yearling heifers $20.00.
Sheep and lambs: In California and Nevada,
load lots Choice and Prime 95-108# spring slaugh-
ter lambs $18.00-18.50, bulk of these shorn with
No. 1 pelts; 10,000 mixed slaughter and feeder
lambs in Nevada and Utah $17.00 straight, these
expected around 50 percent Choice and Prime
slaughter offerings; 2500 Good and Choice 70#
Utah feeder lambs $14.00-15.50.

COLOR:DO)0, SOUTHERN WYOMING, WESTERN
NEBRASKA, AND WESTERN KANSAS Trading on
slaughter cattle direct at feedlots in Colorado
was moderately active. Slaughter steers closed
steady with heifers steady to 250 lower, but
mostly steady to weak. In northern Colorado, 24
loads average to high-Choice 1000-1200# slaugh-
ter steers brought $25.60-25.90, mostly $25.60-
25.75; 144 loads Choice 1000-1300# $24.75-25.50
with steers weighing 1150# and down mostly
$25.00-25.50; 12 loads Choice 1425-1450# $24.50;
7 loads high-Good and Choice 1000-1250# $23.15-
24.25. Ten loads average to high-Choice 800-
900# slaughter heifers sold from $25.50-25.75;
73 loads Choice 800-105Q0# $24.75-25.35; 21
loads high-Good and Choice 950-975# $24.50-24.75.
On the western slope, 5 loads mostly Choice 1025
-1125# steers $24.00-24.50 with 10 percent out
at $22.00-23.00, 2 loads Choice 875# heifers
$23.00 f.o.b. feedlot to California buyer.








In western Nebraska, 4 loads high-Good and
Choice 1225-11904 steers $24.00-25.50 to Cali-
fornia buyer.
Stocker and feeder cattle and calves:Demand
for feeder cattle was good with sales and con-
tracts confirmed on 6700 head at fully steady
prices. Sandhills of Nebraska: Two small
strings Good and Choice 925-975# two-year-old
steers $22.00; 1800 head Good and Choice feeder
steer yearlings $23.50-24.00, part of these for
September delivery; 500 Choice 650-725# feeder
heifers $23.00-23.25. Numerous small consign-
ments totaling 1500 head Good and Choice 625-700#
heifer yearlings $22.75-23.00, some for Septem-
ber delivery; 275 Good and Choice 775-840# two-
year-old heifers $20.00-21.00. Wyoming: 225
Good and Choice 800-850# two-year-old steers
$22.25. Around 1700 head Good and Choice 575-
650# feeder heifers $22.00-22.75; 2 loads 825#
heifers $20.00; 150 Good and Choice 575-600#
feeder steers for September delivery $23.50.
Western Kansas: Ten loads Good and Choice 675-
725# feeder heifers $22.50-22.75.

NEW MEXICO, WEST TEXAS, WESTERN OKLAHOMA,
SOUTHWESTERN KANSAS Clovis Area A large part
of the area received ample rains during the week
under review, but much of southern and south-
western New Mexico failed to receive any mois-
ture and this region was quite dry. Direct
trade on all classes of cattle and calves was
very slow with confirmed sales totaling a meager
23 loads of slaughter steers and heifers at
about steady prices. Sales were confirmed on
around 2,700 head stockers and feeders at un-
changed prices. Seven loads low-Choice 900-
1050# slaughter steers brought $24.00; 12 loads
Good 850-1100# $22.75-25.50; 4 loads high-Good
to average-Choice 777-805# fed heifers $23.50-
24.00. For late September and October delivery,
1,400 Good and Choice 600-800# stocker and feed-
er steers brought $22.50-25.50; 1,000 Good and
Choice 600-725# heifers $21.00-22.00. About 250
Good and low-Choice 420# stock calves sold for
current delivery at $25.00 on the steers, $22.00
heifers.
Amarillo Area General rains measuring 1-3
inches were received over the area. Slaughter
steers and heifers closed about steady. Stockers
and feeders were steady to 500 lower with con-
firmed sales on about 11,700 head. Thirty-seven
loads Good and Choice 1050-1250# slaughter
steers brought $23.00-24.50; 2 loads Standard
and Good 1050# $20.00; 5 loads mostly Choice
940-1000# fed heifers $24.00-24.50; 5 loads
Standard and Good 800-900# $21.75-23.25. Good
and Choice stocker and feeder steers brought
$19.25-23.00; Medium and Good 600-675# $19.00-
"',.00. Good and Choice heifers cashed at $20.75-
22.50. Good and Choice stock calves sold from
.'4.',C-26.50 on steers and $22.00-24.00 on heif-
ers. For fall delivery Good and Choice 650-750#
steers ,r.00-235.00 and 600-675# heifers $21.25-
22.00.


IDAHO, OREGON AND WASHINGTON Slaughter
steers and heifers were mostly steady, except
instances weak to 25 lower on steers; stocker
and feeder cattle and calves fully steady;
slaughter lambs 25-50# lower.
Slaughter steers: Washington Mostly
Choice 950-1100# $25.50-26.50, mostly $26.00-
26.25, latter part of week with 1150-1215#
weights $25.00-25.50; mixed Good and Choice
1000-1100# $25.00. Large string mostly Choice
1050-1150# $26.00 for delivery during October.
Idaho Mostly Choice 1010-120C? $24.50-25.50;
mixed Good and Choice 1125-1175# $24.00-24.25.
Heifers: Washington and Idaho Mostly
Choice and mixed Good and Choice 850-1000#,
mostly 850-950# $23.00-24.00, largely $25.50-
24.00 in Washington.
Stocker and feeder cattle and calves:
Washington Choice 675# feeder steers $24.00;
Good and Choice 750-900# $21.25-25.00. Good
and Choice 550-600# mixed yearlings, steers
$25.00, heifers $21.00. Good and Choice 650#
feeder heifers $20.50. Oregon Good and Choice
750-875# feeder steers $25.00-25.50, latter
price delivered basis. Good and Choice 700#
feeder heifers $20.50. N. W. Montana Large
string stock calves, steers $26.00, heifers
$24.00.
Sheep and lambst Idaho Good to mostly
Choice spring slaughter lambs $17.25; Good and
Choice mixed slaughter and feeder lambs, 50-65
percent for slaughter $16.75-17.00. Oregon -
Choice and Prime spring slaughter lambs $17.25
and mostly Choice $15.50-16.50, all delivered
basis. Good and Choice feeder lambs $14.00-
15.25, few $16.00.

MONTANA, NORTHERN WYOMING AND WESTERN
DAKOTAS Direct trading on stocker and feeder
cattle and calves was slow. Confirmed sales
totaled 5,050 head of stocker and feeder steers
and heifers at prices steady to weak.Confirmed
sales on 12,265 calves steady to 500 lower. In
Montana sales totaling 850 Good and mixed Good
and Choice 875-1000# 2-year-old steers for im-
mediate to early September delivery $20.50-21.50,
some trimmed 10 percent at $2.00 off. Northern
Wyoming and Montana, sales totaling 3,557 Good
and mixed Good and Choice yearling steers 550-
750# for immediate to mid-September delivery
$22.00-24.00, largely $22.00-22.50 for over
650#. In northern Wyoming, 500-600 Good and
Choice 900-950# 2-year-old steers $21.50. Sales
totaling 843 yearling heifers Good and Good and
Choice 520-750# immediate to September 15th
$20.00-21.50, instances $22.00 on Choice for
immediate delivery. In Montana, Good and Choice
including some Fancy 560-450# stock calves in
lots from 50 to string of 750 head brought
$24.50-26.75, largely $25.00-26.50 on steer
calves and $22.00-24.00, largely $25.00, on
heifer calves. Sheep and Wool: Not enough sales
reported to establish prices.








WEEKLY RECEIPTS OF SALABLE LIVESTOCK AT 12 PUBLIC MARKETS
Cattle Calves : H-- -- ogs : Shee and laimba
Market : Aug. 13 : Aug. 15 : Aug. 13 Aug. 15 : Aug. 13 :Aug. 15 Aug. 13 Aug. 15
: 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 s 1960 1959
Chicago 9.7....7... *e 43,937 470,850 154 362 28,702 35,765 4,6691 6.2469
Cincinnati ........... 3,635 3,076 567 750 10,991 12,342 1,705 2,057
Denver ................. 9,948 9,202 118 267 4,295 3,817 14,951 17,937
Fort Worth ............. 12,527 6,061 2,391 1,964 2,335 2,542 7,476 4,657
Indianapolis ........... 7,456 7,049 1,146 796 37,788 39,374 4,961 4,626
Kansas City ............ 20,059 16,800 1,232 1,013 16,908 15,223 4,006 4,290
Oklahoma City .......... 11,191 10,508 1,403 1,304 3,874 3,595 868 1,.C 4
Omaha .................. 39,689 34,837 368 483 37,655 38,947 11,088 12,807
St. Joseph ............. 15,843 14,768 468 544 24,694 22,089 6,308 4, ?
St. Louis NSY ....... 16,840 15,314 2,639 2,779 52,442 60,106 5,072 5,- 4
Sioux City ............. 26,884 26,190 299 676 29,610 28,653 7,386 7,708
S. St. Paul ............ 19,749 19,638 3,450 3,671 40,720 46,896 6,494 8,369
Total ******* 227,758 204,293 14,235 14,609 290,014 309,349 74,976 79,942
0 Aug. 6, 1960 ...... 213,963 13,737 272,759 76,565
INTERIOR IOWA AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA
Aug. 13. 1960 Aug. 6, 1960 Aug. 15, 1959
Hogs ..... 285,000 298,000 311,000
Sheep .... 26,000 25,100 28,000

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

---------------- Week ended ----: Month ------------
SAug. T1: Aug. 4 :t Aug. 13 : July t July :
: 1960 t 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 :
Steers 1001# up ............ 334 250 596 949 1,834
901-1000 .....,,.... 1,530 1,443 2,780 3,214 7,043
801-900 ............. 2,575 2,142 2,995 7,788 12,950
701-800 ............. 4,397 3,904 4,006 13,384 12,243
501-700 ............. 9,127 9,041 9,062 31,770 34,047
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...... 703f#
...... $20.88
......... 22.90
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Ls NSY ... 20.78
rkets .... 14,493
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" .... 616


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

SKansas *S. St.' 0 Sioux S. St.'Indian-' Ft. Okla. : San
Week ended :Chicagot :Omaha: iLouis: : :Denver: t :Wichita:.4-4
: City Joseph. NSY :City Paul apolis *Worth City Antonio
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Stockers and feeders
8 15 3
8 12 3
7 28 10


3 12
3 13
2 10


50 65
44 60
49 30


Slaughter cows


Aug. 12, 1960
Aug. 5, 1960
Aug. 14, 1959


5
5
6


8
10
9


7 14
8 15
6 9


20
20
20


8
10
15


18
30
12


20
20
25


17 22 15
14 16 15
10 17 18


16,780
6950
$21.28
23.54
21.54
22.42
19.38
22.80
22.79
19.99
20.34
21.44
21.08
12,815
2,960
499


19,439
728#
$26.39
26.50
26.29
26.92
23.70
27.53
26.36
24.43
25.89
26.16
26.62
12,046
4,002
659


57,105
690#
$21.66
23.47
21.81
22.25
21.32
23.24
23.21
20.75
20.51
21.40
22.19
56,396
9,444
2,141


68,117
717#
$26.75
27.44
26.47
27.47
25.28
27.95
26.03
25.95
26.32
26.39
25.74
43,383
12,945
2,545


Aug.
Aug.
Aug.


12, 1960
5, 1960
14, 1959


9 13
10 9
11 19






614


Grade


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

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

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

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


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


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


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


STEERS SOLD OUT OF FIRST HANDS FOR SLAUGHTER i/

Nuber of head Percent of total Average weight : Average price in
by grades (pounds) ;dollars per 100 lb.
------------------------- - -
Week ended
:"ug. -:- Augr -: A-ug.T-:Tg.l : Aug. 11 :Aug. 13 :Aug. 11 -Aug. 13
S 1960 _:_ 1959 :_ 1960 : 1959 _:_ Q _:_5_ _:_L _:_ 5. _
CHICAGO


2,367
20,228
8,933
686

135
32,349

216
10,079
8,128
1,262
272
1 _957

120
8,075
4,506
794
86
1 _53581

16
3,074
2,774
642

80
61586



958
3,600
774

296
5,628



35,476
35,594
398

7,468



2,086
1,040
89

3,215


2,693
18,099
8,577
720

91
30,180


8,721
7,494
934
80
17,229

218
5,710
3,343
481
79


14
2,069
2,988
354

63
5,468



837
3,744
760

103
5,444



2,785
3,015
601
33
6,434



2,349
1,292
178

3,819


7.5
62.5
27.6
2.1

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8.9
60.0
28.4
2.4

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OMAHA
1.1 --
50.5 50.6
40.7 43.5
6.3 5.4
1.4 .5

SIOUX CITY
.9 2.2
59.5 58.1
35.2 34.0
5.8 4.9
.6 .8


.2 .3
46.7 37.8
42.1 54.6
9.8 6.1

1.2 1.2

ST. LOUIS NSY


17.0
64.0
13.8

5.2


15.3
68.8
14.0

1.9


1,261
1,184
1,082
990

983
1,157

1,167
1,165
1,061
1,016
890
1,108

1,302
1,172
1,056
1,045
961
1 ,126

1,245
1,139
1,067
1,022

920
.,095


1,051
1,018
928

972
1,009


1,262
1,194
1,079
1,009

893
1,162


1,161
1,057
997
870
_1j105

1,209
1,155
1,060
1,056
973


1,217
1,116
1,067
1,016

991
1,082



1,096
1,060
1,027

912
1,058


26.74
25.28
23.86
21.04

19.06
24.93

25.48
24.22
22.72
19.82
18.02
23.33

25.46
24.58
23.19
19.62
17.55
23.85_

26.04
24.92
23.48
20.50

17.60
23.86



25.00
23.67
21.24

18.51
23.33


28.72
27.65
26.54
24.50

22.63
27.38


27.13
25.81
23.52
21.94
26.38

28.36
27.19
25.80
23.54
21.72


28.73
27.24
25.84
23.94

21.49
26.24



27.60
26.31
24.33

22.03
26.18


S. ST. JSEPH


46.6
48.1
5.3


43
46
9


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64.9
52.3
2.8


63
33
4


.3 1,134
.9 1,076
5.3 1,041
.5 --
1,101



1.5 1,179
.8 1,119
.7 991

1,154


1,126
1,071
1,084
936
1,095



1,186
1,138
1,068

1,164


24.41
22.853
19.80

23.44


25.09
23.93
18.58

24.57


26.92
25.67
23.64
21.32
26.02



26.73
25.84
21.81

26.23


2/ Data collected by Agricultural Estimates, and Livestock Divisions, A.M.S.








WEEKLY SLAUGHTER UNDER FEDERAL INSPECTION AT MAJOR CENTERS

Catt -C e Calves ~ Hogs : Shee and labs
City or Area : Aug. 13: Aug. 15:Aug. 13 :Aug. 15 : Aug. 13 : Aug. 15 : Aug. 13 : Aug. 15
: 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 -


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...
Omaha Area...................
Kansas City................
Iowa So. Minnesota.........
Lou'1.Evan'l.Nash'l.Mph's....
Georgia, Florida, Ala. Area..
St. Josph.Wichita, Okla.City.
Ft.Worth,Dallas,San Antonio..
Denver,Ogden,Salt Lake City..
Los Angeles, San Fran. Areas.
Portland, Seattle, Spokane...


12,535
8,873
20,786
19,456
30,889
12,060
24,258
42,342
16,910
36,850
7,370
7,988
20,159
11,721
18,622
27,811
8,476


13,823
7,659
19,435
16,527
28,146
11,395
19,720
33,930
12,642
31,412
6,499
5,638
17,086
8,325
17,565
25,104
7,367


11,297
1,876
5,659
5,894
13,053
2,412

91

6,515
3,983
7,030
1,113
5,144
228
1,196
397


10,733
635
5,767
5,788
11,659
2,352

218

5,241
4,183
2,851
1,295
5,427
219
1,116
332


44,405
19,930
120,396
30,984
89,913
68,388
75,301
71,725
30,441
243,251
51,746
22,525
36,795
10,815
13,707
22,367
12,938


47,759
26,381
123,399
28,022
94,422
70,439
79,700
73,854
35,918
251,112
50,693
19,718
39,855
11,176
14,255
24,395
15,851


38,236 40,536
4,045 4,206
15,965 14,/:.
5,742 5,."
11,549 10,
3,991 4,205
15,408 15,173
15,960 11,485
--e --w
32,672 30,202


9,641 6,425
27,300 14,748
25,365 31,392
36,159 29,885
10,210 7,996


Total................... 526,906 282,271 65,688 57,816 965,627 1,006,929 252,243 226,220


Accumulation to date...... .9,600,787


2,107,776 35,610,853
8,750,310 2,039,793


7, .1 ,,145
35,094,821


Week ended


1960 .
1960 .
1960 I .
1959/ .


ESTIMATED FEDERALLY INSPECTED SLAUGHTER AND MEAT PRODUCTION

Beef Veal r Total
S Bee : :(excl. lard) : and mutton Total
s~um Ti------- Nn TT---- -~--- -: Nmeat
: ber : : ber : b er : o ber : :
1,000 mil.]b. 1,000 mil.lb. 1,000 mil.lb. 1,000 mil.lb. mil.1b.
395 233.8 92 11.8 1,115 155.2 275 12.4 415.2
S. 375 220.9 90 12.1 1,040 143.4 275 12.4 388.8
378 -- 93 -- 1,033 -- 262 -- --
S. 338 200.0 82 10.5 1,175 159.8 248 11.2 381.5


Percentage change from:
Aug. 6, 1960 .
Aug. 15, 1959 .


5 6 2 -2 7 8 0 0


17 17 12


12 -5 -3 11 11


6
8 --


t ....Average weight .T :
Week ended Cattle : Calves : Hogs and abs
:L : : t ae : Drembs :
- : Live TDressed d:-Llve:Dresse? s Tive:Dressd iL~ve T Dreussed :


1960 .
1960 .
1960 .
1959 .


. 1030
. 1025
. 1025
. 1027


592
589
589
592


128 242
134 242
134 247
128 236


94 45


1/ Actual slaughter. / Excludes lard.


7,240,226


Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.


Total
lard
prod.

mil.lb.
--a
--
36.2
38.7


Aug. 13,
Aug. 6,
July 23,
Aug. 15,


Lard
yield
per
100 lb.


13.9














Classification


Steers -


Prime 900-1100#
1100-1300
Choice 900-1100
1100-1300
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 50# down -
Choice
Good
Standard

Vealers All wts. -
Choice
Good
Standard


CATTLE: WEEKLY AVERAGE OF DAILY QUOTATIONS
In dollars per 100 pounds
----------"------ : --- --- ----^----
:: : North
: Chicago : Kansas City Omaha Denver : Portland
SAug. g. A g. A. g. Au. Aug. 'Au. Aug. A. A. : Aug. Aug.
13 : 15 13 : 15 13 : 15 13 15 13 : 15
: 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959
* Su e c c a .eles
* c c a dealers
Slaughter cattle calves and vealers


26.68
26.95
25.20
25.08
23.25
21.15


23.80

19.10


14.52
14.60
14.38)
12.48)


29.10
29.25
27.95
27.78
26.18
24.12



25.02
22.88


18.15
17.78
16.50


25.25
25.25
25.12
20.25


24.50
22.25
19.00


15.58
14.70
15.92)
12.90)


18.42 23.80 17.50
19.32 22.62 17.75


25.50
23.50
19.50


32.00
28.00


20.00
18.00
16.00


22.00
20,00
17.50


27.62
27.38
25.50
23.38


26.75
24.75
22.88


18.90
17.35
15.20



20.75
20.25


27.00
25.00
23.25


28.50
26.00
24.25


25.95
25.95
24.62
24.58
22.38
19.50


24.15
21.50
18.75


14.60
13.88
13.18)
12.40)


17.25
17.00







21.15
19.35
16.55


28.70
28.88
27.45
27.45
25.32
23.38


26.58
24.32
22.40


17.85
16.82
15.22



20.90
20.20


25.18
24.80
21.88
18.00


24.92
21.88
18.00



14.80
13.18)
11.80)


27.00
26.72
24.58
21.85


27.02
24.50
21.00


18.65
17.08
15.20


-- 21.50
19.20 21.50


28.25
26.25
24.00


26.62

24.88
22.00


24.38
23.58
20.75


16.00
14.50
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11.00)



20.75



22.00
19.00


25.75
24.00
21.00


28.50
27.88
27.38
25.75



26.50
24.94


18.75
17.12
14.38



22.50
23.50



26.00
23.00


29.31
27.00
24.00


Steers -
Choice
Good
Medium


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Feeder and stocker cattle and calves


500-800#
500-800
500-1000


500-750#
500-750


25.80
22.95
19.60


Cows All wts. -
Med. & Gd.

Calves 300-5uuy -
Steers -
Good & Choice

Heifers -
Good & Choice


31.50
28.50
25.25


25.50
22.88
19.38


30.25
27.50
24.00


-- -- 22.50 28.
-- 19.50 24.


-- -- 14.12


25.00
22.75
19.38


31.25
27.75
25.00


25.75
23.50
19.75


50 23.75 28.75 23.00
75 19.50 25.00 20.00


- 14.75 18.00 -


-- 26.10 33.00 25.75 36.00


-- -- 22.85 30.50 24,00 33.00


29.50
27.50
23.75


23.25
20,75
19.25


26.75
25.00
22.25


27.50 22.25 25.00
24.50 18.75 22.00


18.25


-- 24.00 28.00


- 22.00 26.75


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HOGS: AVERAGE COST. WEIGHT. AND NUMBER OF PACKER AND SHIPPER PURCHASES 1/

Louis Kan. S. S. 8-
Chi- NatI. sas Omaha Sioux St. St. Indian- mkts.
Week ended cago Stock City City Joseph Paul :apolis corn.
Yards bined
AVERAGE COST Dollars per 100 pounds
Barrows Aug. 13, 1960 17.62 17.43 17.35 17.42 17.36 17.34 17.43 17.64 17.46
and Aug. 6, 1960 18.17 18.01 17.90 18.00 18.04 17.95 18.05 18.07 18.03
gits Aug. 15, 1959 14.47 14.51 14.64 14.59 14.80 14.53 14.10 14.70 14.53
Aug. 13, 1960 15.12 15.18 15.07 15.09 15.24 15.28 15.42 14.76 15.17
Sows Aug. 6, 1960 15.15 15.39 15.01 15.31 15.73 15.46 15.71 14.97 15.41
Aug. 15, 1959 11.65 11.57 11.75 12.04 11.86 12.26 11.52 11.46 11.76
AVERAGE WEIGHT --- --- ------- Pound- ------------- ------
Barrows Aug. 13, 1960 229 216 228 231 233 227 226 220 225
and Aug. 6, 1960 236 214 229 232 236 227 228 224 226
gilts Aug. 15, 1959 225 212 216 222 225 217 218 215 218
Aug. 13, 1960 394 378 388 382 374 374 369 422 383
Sows Aug. 6, 1960 395 380 398 382 377 367 366 418 382
Au. 15 1959 387 365 370 374 379 343 363 372 372
NUMBER OF HEAD -
Barrows Aug. 13, 1960 18502 45024 14662 26056 20794 20103 26651 32371 204163
and Aug. 6, 1960 15810 45724 14364 27013 15990 18547 24356 30727 192531
gilts Aug. 15, 1959 23588 52815 13089 26068 18959 18018 27595 31999 212131
Aug. 13, 1960" 5981 "'4525i 1201 8548 6810 2617 8834 3712 42228
Sows Aug. 6, 1960 4681 4054 1248 7904 5607 2580 8853 3734 38661
Au&. 15, 1959 7408 4759 1213 10668 7859 2947 10386 4257 49497
SOWS Percentage of total
Aug. 13, 1960 24 9g -8 ----25 25 12 25 10 17
Aug. 6, 1960 23 8 8 23 26 12 27 11 17
Aug. 15, 1959 24 8 8 29 29 14 27 12 19
1I/ Weighted average.
WEEKLY AVERAGE WHOLESALE VALUE OF HOG PRODUCTS DERIVED
FROM 100 LB. LIVE HOG, COMPARED WITH PRICES OF LIVE HOGS, CHICAGO
-------- Gros-----------------s spread
Hog products I/ Hog prices Y or margin 3-
Aug. 13, 1960 $19.63 $17.78 $1.85
Aug. 6, 1960 20.20 18.58 1.62
Aug. 15,. 1959 16.51 14.58 1.93
1/ Value of all edible products, fresh basis (lard rendered) in 100 lb. of live hog cornm-
puted from wholesale prices on carlot basis, Chicago, reported by National Provisioner
daily market report.
2/ Mean of daily quotations on U. S. io. 1, 2 and 3 hogs, 200-220# wt. Chicago.
f/ Difference between wholesale product value and hog prices.

HOG AND CORN PRICES AT CHICAGO AND HOG-CORN PRICE RATIO
Barrows and Corn.2 Hog-corn
Week ended gPits 1/ No. 3, yellow price ratio
Dollars per Cents per based on
100 pounds bushel barrows and gilts
Aug. 13, 1960 17.62 118.2 14.9
Aug. 6, 1960 18.17 118.7 15.3
Aug. 15, 1959 14.47 126.2 11.5
_/ Weighted average. 2 Simple averag----------------------------e.
l] Weighted average. 2/ Simple average.


e average.
l] Weighted average. 2/ Simple average.





619


BOSTON WOOL MARKET REVIEW


Trading in the Boston wool market was
slow, with some inquiry for territory fine
and half-blood wools and fleece wools of
the same grades. Prices were unchanged on
the limited volume sold. Trading for woolen
wools was slow at steady prices; medium grade
noils tended easier. Activity in the fleece
wool States was practically at a standstill.
A fair volume of wool was moved in South
Dakota and there was some demand for 12
months wools in Texas.
Cabled reports from New Zealand indi-
cated the market was fairly active. Offer-
ings from Australia showed carding wools
strong. There were sales in Argentina of
fine wools to England and the Continent
while little was done in Uruguay.
Fleece Wools Graded 64s good French
combing and staple fleece wool sold around
$1.09-1.10 clean basis while 50/54s staple
fleeces brought $1.05-1.07.
Territory Wools Original bag bulk
half-blood, good French combing and staple
wool sold at Belle Fourche around $1.06-1.07
clean basis delivered Boston. Approximately
130,000 pounds of short fine ewes wool sold
in Central Wyoming at 350 grease basis, FOB
while about 50,000 pounds of bulk fine
brought 30# delivered Boston; carload of
medium wools sold at a grease price of 51#
delivered.
Texas Wools Original bag good 12
months wools were moved at $1.12-1.14.
Mohair A couple cars of fall mohair
sold in Texas at 81o for adult and $1.11*
for kid hair to the warehouse. Early shown
mohair was short in length but generally
clear of vegetable matter and comparable to
last year's fall clip.
Foreign Wools Trading in spot foreign
wools was slow. Cabled reports from New
Zealand quoted carpet crutchings at 71# and
early shorn second shear wools at 740 clean
fibers present, while Australian carding
wools were quoted from 63-650 clean basis,
U. S. yields, in bond, for shipment. Monte-
video super skirted wools were offered for
shipment as follows: 60/64s at 95~ and
60s at 92 #.
Carpet Wools Trading for spot carpet
wools was slow as only occasional small odd
lots of off-wools were moved. A greasy New


Zealand carpet fleece wool brought 760
clean fibers present and a scoured Buenos
Aires 36/40s moved around 790. A greasy
New Zealand carpet slipe wool sold for
shipment at 760 clean fibers present.
Greasy Buenos Aires November second clip
wools were offered at 80-810, March wools
at 760, fleeces around 820 and 36/40s lambs
at 77 3/4#, all clean fibers present for
shipment. New Zealand type 702/3 crutch-
ings were offered for shipment around 70-71#
clean fibers present.
Woolen Wools Sales follow:
Scoured Pulled Domestic
64s 1-1H" Ch. white $1.12
Scoured Pulled Foreign
Aust. 58/60s 2-2*" Ch. wh. $1.18
Aust. 58s 2-2&" Ch. wh. 1.15
N. Z. 56/58S 2i-34" Ch.wh. 1.16
Aust. 56/58s 2-3" Ave. Wh. 1.11
Noils
Clear 64s Bradford nobles 860
Good 64s Bradford nobles 850
Clear 64/70s Cape Schlumbergers 730
Good 64/70s Cape Schlumbergers 720
56s N.Z. Schlumbergers 610
Wool Tops Turnover of wool tops
was very light at about steady rates.
Quotes follow:


Warp Aust. D/C
70s $1.79
64s 1.73
62s 1.67
60s 1.62
58/60s 1.58


Oil-combed
58/60s $1.56
56s -
50/56s -
48/50s --


Warp Dom. D/C
$1.73
1.67
1.59
1.50
1.48


Territory Fleece
$1.46 -
1.50 N $1.45 I
1.45 N 1.40 I
-- 1.35 I


(N-Nominal)
CLOSING FUTURES QUOTATIONS Aug. 11, 1960
(Furnished by the Wool Associates of the
New York Cotton Exchange)
October Wool Tops $1.435
December Wool Tops 1.445
64s Grade 2.55" minimum length
October Wool $1.102 December Wool $1.123
64s Grade 2j" Ave. stretched length








WHOLESALE MEAT TRADE REVIEWS


LESS THAN CARLOT MEAT TRADE REVIEWS

EASTERN SEABOARD Clearance of fresh
meats was fairly complete except small quanti-
ties of steer hindquarters and ribs were unsold
at Philadelphia and small lots of veal were
carried at Washington. Volume of railstocks
was generally above the previous week with sup-
plies mostly normal. Quantity of pork was mod-
erate, except at New York where supplies were
small on the late session. Most veal at New
York was Standard and Good. Trading was
generally active with demand good. The rather
improved trade was largely the result of broad
demand at chain levels as these outlets were
particularly aggressive for steer beef and
spring lamb cuts. Steer beef carcass prices
closed steady to $1.00 higher at most points;
cow beef largely $1.00-1.50 lower but unchanged
at New York. Spring lamb sold steady to $2.00
higher, mostly $1.00-2.00 up; veal steady to
$2.00 higher; calf steady at New York. Pork
loins closed steady to $1.00 higher with
advances of $1.00-3.00 recorded at Philadelphia.
Boston butts were $1.00 higher and skinned hams
steady to $1.00 lower at Washington. At Phila-
delphia spareribs closed $1.00-2.00 lower. At
New York Boston butts, spareribs and skinned
hams sold steady. Outlet was good for kosher
steer beef, veal and calf but poor for spring
lamb. Prices for kosher steer forequarters
closed strong to $1.00 higher, veal and calf
steady to $2.00 up, spring lamb weak.

CHICAGO Supplies of beef, spring lamb
and fresh pork were normal with veal receipts
moderate. Largest portion of beef on offer was
Good and Choice, most pork loins weighed 8-1211
and 40-55# carcasses comprised bulk of the
spring lamb. Arm and squarecut beef chuck
prices advanced under a good demand. Other
primal beef cuts were steady to weak, although
in most quarters movement was fairly active,
except slow on the close. Carcass beef trade
was rather limited as primal cuts accounted for
bulk of the sales. Good to Prime veal met a
moderate demand. Trading for lamb was moderately
active. Buyers concentrated primarily on fore-
end cuts, particularly stews and shoulders.
Boston butts and spareribs were active on
early rounds but slow from midweek on. Trad-
ing for pork loins was dull on each session.
Steer and heifer beef and veal closed steady;
spring lamb steady to $1.00 higher; pork loins
mostly 41.00 lower, Boston butts and spareribs
$1.00-2.00 lower.

PACIFIC 0 A Steer beef supplies were
fairly liberal but the movement was sufficient
to keep coolers relatively clear. Cow beef was
in moderate supply, but adequate for the current
demand. Calf and veal supplies were -penr-rally
adequate, but calf under -2 -' was limited in the


Los Angeles area. Choice and Prime spring
lamb under 55# was fairly liberal and the de-
mand fair, however, heavier weights of these
grades and Good all weights were in narrow
demand. Trading was active on pork loins, but
only moderate on other fresh pork cuts. Sliced
bacon moved best of the smoked pork products.
Steer beef sold mostly steady with instances
$1.00 lower on 600-700# carcasses; cow beef
steady except $1.00-2.00 lower at San Fran-
cisco; calf and veal $1.00-2.00 lower at Cali-
fornia points, but steady in Pacific northwest;
lamb uneven, steady to $1.00 lower in Cali-
fornia, but $1.00 higher in the Pacific
northwest. Fresh pork closed mostly steady,
instances $1.00 lower on spareribs and fresh
hams and $1.00 higher on loins at Los Angeles;
sliced bacon strong to $2.00 higher with other
smoked pork and lard steady.

CARLOT MEAT TRADE REVIEWS

MIDWEST CARLOT DRESSED MEAT SUMMARY -
Beef prices advanced under moderate demand
despite slightly above normal supplies.
Lamb and pork products sold lower with sup-
plies normal. Good clearance prevailed on
beef but was only fair on lamb and pork.
Choice steer and heifer beef closed steady
to 500 higher. Good steer beef was 500-$31.00
higher. Cow beef closed fully 500 higher.
Pork loins were steady to $1.00 lower, fresh
hams 500-$2.00 lower, mostly 500-$1.00 off
and Boston butts 500-$1.00 lower. Hog sides
were 750-$1.15 lower.
At the week's close Choice 600-7001
steer beef brought $39.50-40.00, few car-
lots in the eastern section $40.50-40.75,
700-800# mostly $39.50-40.00; Good 600-80.).
$37.50-39.00, few cars $39.50-39.75. Choice
500-70'J/ heifer beef sold from $39.00-40.00.
Utility cow beef cashed at $26.50-28.00.
Choice and Prime spring lamb 35-554 brought
$39.25-39.75, few loads $40.00-40.50. Pork
loins 8-1lj sold from $41.00-43.00, fresh
hams 12-14.9 $39.00-40.00, 14-16# $33E.5u-40.00,
butts 4-8,/ mostly $33.00-34.00. Hog sides
U. S. 1, 2 and 3 135-155,f $24.67-26.00, 155-
175# $24.50-25.60.

CARLOT SUIR1RARY Chicago, New York and
Philadelphia. Trading for beef generally ac-
tive at most points and prices advanced under
a good demand. Trading for spring lamb
moderately active, except dull at New York
and pork loins moved slow at all points.
Steer and heifer beef closed steady to 500
higher, cow beef steady to $1.00 higher;
spring lamb steady to 50 lower, except
steady to 500 higher at Philadelphia. Pork
loins steady to 31.00 higher, the advance
at Philadelphia.






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 -
,ing. -I :Aug. "-: Aug.- 1 TAug. l ":Aug. 1i :Aug. 1:A-ug. 13 :Aug. 15
: 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959 : 1960 : 1959


Steer beef -
Prime
Choice

Good

Heifer beef -
Choice

Good
Veal -
Prime
Choice
Good
Spring lamb -
Prime
Choice
Fresh pork -
Loins
Butts


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

8-14#
4-8


Spareribs 5# down
Cured pork -
Hams, snk. skd. -(Cook
before eating) 12-16#
Bacon, smoked, sliced -
1# package (box lots)
Picnics, smoked (Cook
before eating) 4-8#
Lard, 1# carton
i/ w-.-. -_- -I--


44.75
44.00
43.50
42.50
42.50


53.00
48.00
43.00


49.00
46.00
45.25
43.50
45.50


61.00
51.00
47.50


1--
43.25
41.50
40.75
40.75

42.00
42.00
39.50

51.00
46.00
44.00


44.50 50.30 43.50
44.00 48.90 43.50


48.40
39.50
47.00


44.20
35.00
43.40


45.00 43.50


50.50

32.25
15.95


41.00


45.75
36.81
43.00


44.00
42.75
42.58
42.38


55.58
50.538
48.51


47.00

42.40
30.50
40.00


50.25 46.50

56.75 46.50


30.50 35.00 33.50
12.25 15.25 12.50


43.44
41.50
41.50
40.50

42.00
40.50
--



51.00

40.00
40.00

56.00
46.00
53.00


44.85
45.50
44.50
43.00


55.00


43.00

48.00
38.00
49.50


45.25
43.45
43.50
42.00


46.00
46.00

44.25
34.12
45.75


45.88


50.00 48.00

61.00 48.50


34.00
17.00


I/ not aval-aDle. BULK PRICES CA~LOT BASIS MEEK ENDED AUGUST
Classification Prices aTd F.0.B.
-- Chf- -C ao: enver : maha Z
5teer beef-" ------- -- ---------------


Choice


Good


Heifer beef
Choice

Good

Cow beef -
Utility


Spring lamb -
Prime


Choice


Fresh pork -
Loins


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

500-600#
600-700
500-600
600-700
All weights -


Canner and Cutter


30-45#
45-55
55-65
30-45
45-55
55-65


40.50-41.00
40.00-40.50
39.50-40.00
39.00-39.50
39.00-39.50
38.50-39.00

39.75-40.00
39.75-40.00
37.50-38.00
37.50-38.00

27.00-28.50
28.00-29.00

40.00-41.00
40.00-41.00
39.50-40.00
40.00 41.00
40.00-41.00
39.50-40.00


8-12# 43.00-43.50


39.50-41.50
39.00-39.50
38.00-39.00

35.50-39.00
35.50-38.50

41.00
38.75-39.00
37.00-38.00
37.00-38.00

27.00-27.50


39.00-39.50
39.00-39.50

39.00-39.50
39.00-39.50


39.75
39.25-39.75
38.75

38.25-38.75
37.25-38.25

39.00-39.25
39.00-39.25
37.00-37.25
37.00-37.25

26.50-27.50
27.00-28.00


39.75
39.75

39.75
39.75


52.00
14.50


52.50
13.75


12, 1960
1yr ces de-1v'ereqd~
-e--Yo- T c Il1d- -
Ne-Yrk T hi l-de ra


42.25-42.50
42.00-42.50
41.00-41.50
41.00-41.50
40.50-41.25
40.50-41.25


42.50-44.00
42.00-43.50
41.50-42.00
42.50-44.00
42.00-43.50
41.50-42.00


42.00-42.50


42.25-42.50
42.00-42.50
41.00-41.50
40.50-41.50
40.00-41.00



41.50-42.00


28.50-29.00
28.50-29.50

42.50-43.50
42.50-43.50
41.50-42.50
42.50-43.50
42.50-43.50
41.50-42.50

45.00-45.50





622
MONTHLY AVERAGE PRICE 1/- SIAUGHTER STEERS CHICAGO
CHOICE GRADE

Year t Jan. : Feb. t Mar. s Apr. a May i June s July, a Aug. a Sept t Oct. s Nov. t Dec. i Av.


Dol.
25.80
19.41
21.86
29.90
29.11
28.08


Dol.
24.62
20.56
22.99
29.37
30.33
27.76


Dol.
23.09
20.70
23.31
28.83
29.34
27.45


Dol.
22.65
21.05
23.48
28.07,
28.48
26.04


Dol.
22.72
22.37
25.12
26.99
27.89
25.64


Dol.
22.43
25.81
25.63
26.11
27.56


Dol.
22.69
27.27
24.98
26.70
27.62


Dol.
22.01
26.08
24.67
26.67
27.19


Dol. Dol.
20.83 20.35
24.30 21.99
25.20 25.98
26.77 27.19
26.53 25.57


Dol.
23.16
22.30
23.83
27.42
27.83


ALL GRftDES
1955 ... 26.12 24.46 24.12 23.36 22.18 22.15 22.52 22.33 22.67 21.95 20.84 20.50 22.5
1956 ... 20.01 18.85 18.89 19.87 20.12 20.791 22.28 25.61 27.31 26.00 23.97 21.65 22.0(
1957 ... 20.94 20.28 21.36 22.61 22.85 23.07! 24.76 25.45 24.84 24.48 25.06 25.74 23.4!
1958 ... 26.31 26.65 28.28 28.59 28.27 27.67 26.75 25.91 26.65 26.70 26.79 27.01 27.0
1959 ... 27.81 27.44 28.22 29.32 28.82 28.151 27.61 27.36 27.48 27.06 26.31 25.26 27.5
1960 ... 26.10 26.37 27.40 27.13 26.75 25.58 25.50

MONTHLY AVERAGE WEIGHT 1/- SLAUGHTER STEERS CHICAGO
CHOICE GRADE


8

3


Year : Jan. t Feb. : Mar. : Apr.


Lb.
1955 ... 1,132
1956 ... 1,164
1957 ... 1,176
1958 ... 1,157
1959 ... 1,209
1960 ... 1,191


Lb.
1,14
1,18
1,19

1,16
1,20
1,19


Lb.
68 1,138
37 1,189
)9 1,196
35 1,172
)9 1,211
16 1,208


Lb.
1,138
1,192
1,178
1,157
1,199
1,186


: May
Lb.
1,139
1,174
1,180
1,156
1,201
1,188


a June t July : Aug. : Sept.: Oct. a Nov. a Dec. : Av.


Lb.
1,13
1,16
1,18
1,16
1,19
1,18


Lb.
8i 1,143
35 1,143
1 1,154
61 1,165
'5 1,196
30 1,186


Lb.
1,129
1,116
1,140
1,164
1,187


Lb. Lb.
1,125 1,134
1,099 1,113
1,141 1,142
1,156 1,165
1,180 1,160


Lb. Lb.
1,121 1,130
1,136 1,153
1,138 1,138
1,174 1,192
1,159 1,165


ALL GRADES


1,089
1,141
1,143
1,118
1,149
1,150


1,093
1,125
1,140
1,119
1,162
1,150


1,111
1,134
1,136,
1,132
1,165
1,150,


1,121
1,125
1,120
1,138
1,166
1,158


1,122
1,109
1,124
1,143
1,163


1,126
1,109
1,126
1,145
1,158


1,135
1,115
1,131
1,161
1,151


1,132
1,129
1,138
1,175
1,152


1,145
1,143
1,141
1,190
1,158


1,114
1,154
1,137
1,144
1,164


MONTHLY AVERAGE COST 1/ -- BARROWS AND GILTS 8 MARKETS COMBINED 2/


Year : Jan. a Feb. T


Mar. : Apr. : May : June : July : Aug. : Sept.: Oct. : Nov. t Dec. ? Av.


Dol.
1955 ... 16.82
1956 ... 11.70
1957 ... 17.89
1958 ... 19.26
1959 ... 16.63
1960 ... 12.65


Dol,
16.25
12.41
17.16
20.16
15.63
13.56


Dol.
16.09
13.20
17.25
21.20
15.89
15.55


Dol.
16.96
15.01
17.95
20.64
16.09
15.96


Dol.
17.21
16.31
18.24
22.03
16.09
16.03


Dol.
19.60
16.68
19.65
22.97
15.91
16.88


Dol.
17.76
16.47
20.79
23.12
14.40
17.74


Dol. Dol.
16.40 16.28
16.87 16.29
21.27 19.34
21.33 20.42
14.65 13.81


Dol.
14.40
15.64
17.20
18.88
13.11


Dol. Dol.
12.12 10.67
14.90 16.69
17.01 18.45
18.13 17.86
12.61 11.86


M~fTiLY AVERAGE WEIGHT I/- BARROWS AND GILTS 8 MARKETS COMBINED 2/

Year : Jan. : Feb. : Mar. : Apr. : May : June t July : Aug. : Sept.t Oct. t Nov. t Dec. i Av.
- -- -- ---- -- -^ -b -L. -) -L. -b -L. b7---
Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb.
1955 ... 241 236 235 233 250 225 215 209 210 216 224 228 226
1956 ... 2:1 227 224 223 223 221 217 211 214 217 223 227 222
1957 ... 232 229 230 230 230 226 215 208 210 218 225 229 2V1
1958 ... 232 .?- 229 233 234 229 219 214 218 224 230 233 227
1959 ... 238 232 229 232 231 229 221 216 218' 224 228 230 228
1960 ... ". 228 229 232 254 232 228
/ Weighted average. 2/ Eight markets include Chicago, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Omaha,
St. Louis National Stock Yards, Sioux City, South St. Joseph, and South St. Paul.


1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960


Dol.
26.98
20.02
21.23
26.82
28.13
26.42


Dol.
26.17
18.88
20.57
27.54
27.85
26.69


1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960


1,095
1,154
1,148
1,141
1,194
1,176


1,092
1,166
1,157
1,129
1,187
1,174


Lb.
1,154
1,152
1,162
1,166
1,187


1,081
1,151
1,151
1,114
1,168
1,169


Dol.
15.19
14.82
18.29
20.25
14.64





623


COLD STORAGE HOLDINGS OF MEATS AND LARD, JULY 31, 1960

Warehouse stocks of red meats totaled 532 million pounds on August 1, a de-
cline of 59 million pounds from a month earlier. This time last year, red meats
totaled 513 million pounds while the average is 452 million. Beef stocks in-
creased 243,000 pounds during July compared with a reduction of 3 million a year
earlier and average. Accumulated holdings of 146 million pounds on August 1 were
12 percent below stocks reported on August 1,1959, but were 18 percent above
average. Reductions in pork stocks during July were 5 million less than a year
earlier and 8 million under average. The 60 million pound reduction left 291
million in storage on August 1. These stocks were 17 percent above those held
on August 1, 1959 and 18 percent above the 1955-59 average. All frozen pork
items were reduced during July. August 1 stocks of frozen picnics at 16 million
pounds compare with 6 million a year earlier; frozen hams at 70 million compare
with 30 million; and frozen bellies at 74 million compare with 66 million.



UNITED STATES STORAGE HOLDINGS OF MEATS AND LARD, JULY 31, 1960 WITH COMPARISONS
(Includes holdings in public, private and semi-private
cold storage houses and meat packing plants)
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: July : July : June : July
Commodity : 1955-59 av. 1959 : 1960 1960
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1,000 plb. 1,000 lb. 1,000 lb. 1,000 lb.
Beef:
Frozen. . 113,082 152,261 135,599 135,917
In cure and cured 10,141 12,437 9,746 9,671
Total . 123,223 164,698 145,345 145,588
Pork, frozen:
Picnics . I/ 6,095 17,446 15,943
Hams. 30,366 72,159 70,337
Bellies . if 65,720 113,278 74,312
Other frozen pork cuts. If 95,886 103,668 89,810
Total . 182,280 198,067 306,551 250,402
Pork in cure or cured:
Dry salt bellies. 1 11,378 10,602 7,135
Other dry salt pork 1 6,812 7,051 5,949
Other pork cuts . If 32,095 26,923 27,687
Total .. 63,839 50,285 44,576 40,771
Total pork . 246,119 248,352 351,127 291,173
Other meats and meat products:
Veal, frozen. . 9,668 8,450 7,733 7,590
Larb and mutton, frozen 10,151 17,374 11,654 13,057
Canned meats in cooler. 62,541 73,649 74,980 74,097
Total all meats 451,702 512,523 590,839 94,744
Lard, rendered and refined 2/ 117,714 135,600 136,400 4/
GOVERNMENT HOLDINGS V/ -
Pork. . 7,306 1,787 2,094 2,726
Beef. . 4,525 2,630 1,909 2,166
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1/Not reported separately prior to 1957. 2/ In dry and cold storage as reported
by Bureau of Census. 3/ Government holdings are included in the totals and consist
of reported stocks held by U.S.D.A., the Armed Services and other Government agencies
4/ Not available.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08735 6803


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


Postage and fees paid
U. S. Department of Agriculture


OFFICIAL BUSINESS

Form AMS-8/16/60
Permit 1001.



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




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SHEEP AND


IAMBS: WEEKLY AVERAGE OF DAILY QUOTATIONS
In dollars per 100 pounds


Classification


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SLAUGHTER
Prime


Choice

Good


:Chicago


- -0
:Omaha :Kansas :Fort : Denver
aha:City Worth :Denver


Ogden


IAMBS: (Spring) All wts.
Aug.13, 1960 20.90
jA.15. 1959


Aug.135,
Au.15L
Aug.15,
Aug.15.


1960
1959
1960
1959


EWES: (Shorn) All wts.
Good and Aug.135, 1960
Choice Aug.15. 1959


Cull and
Utility


Aug.135,
Aug.15,


1960
1959


19.75
24.00
17.75
22.45


4.00
- 4.AL5
3.95
4,00


FEEDER LAMBS All wts.
Good and Aug.153, 1960
Choice Aug.15, 1959


19.40


18.62
22.25
17.38
20.90


3.65


3.90
4.58


-- 17.25
-- 19.50


19.02

17.80
22.20
16.35
20.65


-- 20.25

17.35 19.18
20.95 22.85
16.85 17.68
20.20 21.50


4.00 -
475 -


3.00
5.75


4.92
4.50


-- 12.30
-- 17.05


19.06

18.31
21.40
17.02
20.25


4.62 3.00
4..50


3.50
3.95


16.05
18.60


2.75
2.75


16.12
18.36


624


North
Port-
Sland


17.88

16.81
20.25
15.75
19.50


3.75
- 4,00
2.50
5.00


14.44
15.00
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