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Calf crop
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board.
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Initial report for each year published in July, updated in Feb.; e.g. initial report for 1968 issued July 24, 1968, upated with Feb. 20, 1969 release.
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"Statistical Reporting Service, MtAn 2-2."
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Full Text

CALF


CRpP


1960


(With Revised


Estimates for


1955


-59)


February 20,


CALF CROP UP


1961


1 P iRC eNT


The 1960


1959 calf


calf crop total


d 39,


crop of 38, 938, 000 head.


000 head


The inc


ease


, I p


erce


for 1960


nt more than the


was


the second y


of increase after the 195


through 1958 downtrend in calf


crops,


The 1960 calf


crop was 1 percent above the 1949


-58 average of 38, 886, 000 head.


All regions


except the


South Atlantic show larger calf


crops in 1960.


The incr


eased


calf crop in 1960 compared with the previous year


was


primarily to a larger number of
2 years old and older January 1,


cows and heifers


1960 total


ed 45


on farms.


871,000 head,


Cows and heifers


compared with


226,000


head January


1959,


and by January


1961 the number had in-


creased to 46,


275, 000 head.


The number of


calves born in 1960


, express


d as a percent of the cows


and heifers


years old and older January


, 1960,


at 06 percent,


was the


same


as for


1959 and the 1949


-58 average.


This percentage


is not


strictly


a calving


rate since


the January


1 inventory of cows and heifers


years


old and older


does not include all heifers which give


birth to calves


during the year and in-


eludes some cows that die or are slaughtered before


calving.


This


percentage


is calculated to show trend in productivity


over a pe


riod of time,


and may


fluctuate from year to year due
breeding herd replacement.


to variation in cow


slaughter and trends in


NORTH


CENTRAL STATES


The 16, 007, 000-head


calf crop in the North


Central States was slightly


higher than in 1959,


but 3 p


percent below the 10-year aver


age.


The i! ast North


Central States had virtually the same size


calf crop a'


North Central States had a slightly larger calf


crop.


s in 1959 and the
The 1960 calf cr


West
op for


this region was 89 percent of the cows and heifers


first of the year,


s old and older the


the same percentage as in 19


SOUT HERN STATES


In the South Atlantic States the 1960


percent below 1959.


However,


in the South


, at 49t 000 head,
Stebs the calf crop


was


last


year was 10, 540, 000 head-'
percent of cows and heifers


-3 percent high
2 years old and


er was


77 p


The
erce


alf crop as a
(down 1 point)


in the South Atlantic States and 83 percent,
the South Central States.


unchanged frown year earlier, in


WESTERN STATES


The 1960 calf crop in the


Western States total


d 6, 943, 000 head and


ceeded the


1959 calf


crop of 6, 889, 000 head by


1 percent,


calf crop as


a percent of cows 2 years old and older was 86 percent compared with 88 per*
cent in 1959,
REVISIONS


Revised calf crop estimates for the period 1955


report.


-59 are


These revisions resulted primarily from revis


included in this


estimates of cows and


haiafi-c #wnn tianwa ni .1 nr ^rfl alfAn, mlh/rh wnf;vn hnaoA an rAnt afrnr the Cesu tif


ear


ex-


v" 4


i", a n a r! a nf






Calf crop:


1959 and 1960


*Cos


State
and
divisi


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Ma ss.
R.I.
Conn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
N.k.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
lich.

E.hI.C.
aMinn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
IW.N.C.
N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
1.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
S.n.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
S.C.
Mont.
Idaho

Colo.
N.Mex.
Ariz.
Utah
Nev,
Ta sh.
Creg.
Calif.
vlest.
U.S.


on: 10-year
: average
: 1949-58
1,000
: head

: 70
*: 303
: 126
*: 19
*: 118
: 1,470
157
: 1.059


1,140
940
1,442
977
2,532


: 1,955
S1,808
886
: 1,411
1,791
1,692
: 11288
4 41
-^-^T
282
731
S* 324
503
289
716
890
3,776"
949
958
S 891
1, 185
S 798
1,028
S1,588
: 4 674
S12; 072
: ,1,081
527
549
: 880
*: 678
* 454
339
:296
504
- 647
1 615
: 7570
: 45,17


Jan


and heifers
s. & older
uary 1


1959


1,000
head

61
291
104
17
103
1,417
147
1.074


839
1,321
825
2.532


1,936
1,826
952
1,529
1,821
1511
11 315
-Z-T
36
280
721
299
512
296
755
962
3,861
1,045
985
934
1,244
791
1,089
1,597
4,636
12,321

602
572
886
649
386
351
278
524
702
1,732
7,863


: Calves born as percent of
: cows and heifers 2 yrs. &
: older January 1 1/


: 1960

1,000
head

60
288
104
16
100
1,409
144
1 068

1,025
825
1,316
824
2,525
6'515

1,936
1,858
953
1,531
1,855
1585



279
753
300
507
299
748
954
3875
0,76
1,024
939
1,233
795
1,081
1,679
4 855
12,682"
1,201
613
585
900


671
396
360
281
544
734
1 752


;;45244~`457~i71


: 10-year
: average
1949-58


Percent
85
84
82
82
81
81
86
79
85

86
89
90
85
91
89
91 --
94
91
90
90
90
89
91

79
84
83
84
78
78
80
65
77
88
87
78
74
81
79
88
84
-r~3- --
91
88
85
88
81
79
86


1959


Percent
83
85
85
83
76
80
84
79
86
_- 8-
85
87
88
85
89
87
89
92
90
91
91
90
90

89
---8g--
-80
84
85
84
80
79
80
67
78
91
88
80
74
80
77

84
90
90
90

88
86
80
87
79
90
98
87
r8


1960


Percent
85
87
85
85
79
83
86
81
86
-86
86
87
88
85
90
88
r89
91
89
89
93
89
87
90
89
78
83
84
85
77
77
80
63
7T -
88
86
81
75
81
78
87
84
-83--
90
88
87
89
84
75
88
80
85
85
87
86


Calves born


: 10-year
average
: 1949-58
1,000
head
108
59
248
103
16
96
1,261
124
902
2491b
978
839
1,294
830
2,310
6,25!
1,T591
1,838
1,651
792
1,270
1,623
1.514
10, 279

32
237
606
272
391
225
572
583
2837

832
697
878
642
808
1,402
3,950
10,048
989


1959


1,000
head
--S
52
247
86
13

1,190
116
924
-":
863
73C
1,162
701
2,253

1,549
1,781
1,643
866
1,391
1,647
1,36C

15'96t

235
613
251
41C
234
604
645

951
867
747


.921
633
839
1,405
3 894
10i257
1,063
542
515
780
558
309
305
220
472
618
1507
6'889
386938


1960


1,000 ~
head
96
52
245
88
13
83
1,212
117
918

882
718
1,158
700
2,272
5 730

1,762
1,654
848
1,424
1,660
1,379
10277
> 16,TO7
27
i ---------1

232
633
255
390
230
598


601
2,966

881
761
925
644
843
1,461
4,078
10 40-
1,081
539
509
801
564
297
317
225
462
624
1,524

6i 93


387856~g


~







TNimber


cows


and heifers


2 years


and oide:


cows


r January
1955-58


1, and


calves


born as


percent of


State
and
divis ion


Cows


and heifers


2 years


& older


January


1955


1956


1957


1958


Calves
heifers


1955


rn as
years


1956


percent of cows
& older January


1957


1958


1,000
head


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
R.I.
Conn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
N.A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E.N.C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S .Dak.
Nebr.
Kansr.
W.N.C.
N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga,
Fla.
SS.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
S.C.
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
N.Mex.
Ariz,
Utah
Netv.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
West.
U.S.


323
128
19
122
1,527
161
1,114
3,599


1,000
head

132
74
327
125
19
120
1,532
161
1,121
3 ,611


1,000
head


314
118
18
115
1,506
157
1,111
3,535


1,000
head


percent


Percent


Percent


Percent


298
110
17
109
1,458
151
1,087
3,412


1,173 1,150 1,135 1,083 86 88 85 84
1,000 964 912 868 87 88 89 86
1,516 1,474 1,461 1,387 89 89 88 86
998 985 956 879 84 84 81 83
2,665 2,676 2,644 2,571 92 91 91 90
7,352 7,249 7,108 6,788 89 89 88 87
1,830 1,845 1,847 1,781 91 91 87 89
2,140 2,064 1,998 1,915 93 94 94 94
2,011 1,937 1,880 1,764 88 88 90 91
984 1,026 984 954 90 86 88 89
1,587 1,639 1,525 1,501 93 85 89 91
2,036 1,901 1,810 1,765 88 91 90 90
1,937 1,794 1,543 1,485 86 88 86 88
12,525 12,206 11,587 11,165 90 89 89 90
19,877 19,455 18,695 17,953 89 89 89 89
45 43 39 39 /77 7b 81 /9
311 298 288 287 82 82 87 83
803 779 762 738 81 82 83 84
341 338 326 311 84 82 82 82
576 573 551 531 76 77 78 78
345 342 341 325 74 77 78 73
864 825 808 787 77 78 81 79
1,001 989 1,029 1,020 66 68 66 65
4,286 4,187 4,144 4,038 76 77 77 76
995 1,005 1,025 1,014 89 90 90 92
1,046 1,032 1,029 1,003 86 87 86 86
1,051 1,002 971 952 74 77 81 79
1,408 1,401 1,404 1,357 72 75 77 72
890 878 869 849 77 79 83 75
1,164 1,206 1,185 1,157 83 78 79 77
1,769 1,682 1,626 1,555 86 86 81 85
4,828 4,728 4,499 4,403 87 87 83 86
13 151 12,934 12,608 12,290 83 84 82 83
1,214 1,234 1,178 1,175 92 90 90 91
602 588 600 583 88 90 88 91
568 553 558 552 85 87 87 90
920 873 856 866 87 89 88 88
689 722 643 628 84 83 81 84
477 454 427 407 76 75 74 79
364 357 350 349 88 83 83 86
317 306 301 280 80 77 77 78
560 555 527 514 89 85 87 89
728 709 673 666 85 85 87 87
1,769 1,745 1,764 1,717 86 86 86 87
8,208 8,096 7,877 7,737 86 86 86 87
49,121 48,283 46,859 45,430 86 86 85 86


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Calf Crop Number calves born 1955-58


Calves born


State
and
division


1955


1956


1957


1958


1,000
head


Maine
N.H.
Vt,
Mass.
R.I.
Conn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
N.A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wi s.
E.N.C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S. Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
W.N.C.
N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
S. Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
S.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
S.C.
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
N.Mex.
Ariz.
Utah
Nev.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
We st.
U.S.


271
109
16
102
1,328
129
936
3,070
1,009
870
1,349
838
2,452
6,518
1,665
1,990
1,770
886
1,476
1,792
1 666

17,763
35
255
650
286
438
255
665
661
39245

900


1,000
head


11i
60
265
98
15
98
1,318
129
953
1,012
848
1,312
827
2,435
6,434
1,679
1, 940
1,705
882
1,393
1,739
1,579
10,917
17,351
32
244
639
277
441
263
644
673
* 3.213

898
772


1,014 1,
:* "685
966
S1,521 1,
:-C 4200 _4,
: 10 9-- 1).0
: 1,117 1,
: 530


498
619
1,521.
42,18412
..,42,112


603
1,501

41,376


1,000
head

103
55
254
93
14
92
1,280
122
944

965
812
1,286
774


3 211

885
787
1,081
721
936


1,000
head


2,868
910
746
1,193
730
2, 314
5,893
1,585
1,800
1,605
849
1,366
1,588
1,307
10,100
b15,993
----rosiJI-(---
31
238
620
255
414
237
622
663


1,317
3,734
10 383
1,060
528
485
753
521
316
290
232
458
586
1,517
6,746
39,905


9380

863
752
977
637
891
1,322
3 787

1,069
531
497
762
528
322
300





































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