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Calf crop
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English
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board
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Washington, D.C
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Calves -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board.
Numbering Peculiarities:
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.
General Note:
"Statistical Reporting Service, MtAn 2-2."

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University of Florida
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1963 ;\ / /
July 22, 1963
CALF CROP UP 2 PERCENT

A calf crop of 41,819,000 head is expected for the United States in 1963--2
percent more than the 1962 calf crop of 41,026,000 head and the largest since
1955, according to the Crop Reporting Board.
The larger calf crop in 1963, compared with the previous year, is the result
of more cows and heifers on farms. There were 48,690,000 head of cows and heifers
2 years old and older January 1, 1963, up 3 percent from the 47,472,000 head
January 1, 1962.

The number of calves born and expected to be born in 1963 expressed as a
percent of the cows and heifers 2 years old and older January 1, 1963 is 86 percent,
the same as a year earlier. This percentage is not strictly a calving rate be-
cause the January 1 inventory of cows and heifers 2 years old and older does not
include all heifers that give birth to calves during the year and includes some
cows that die or are slaughtered before calving.

NORTH CENTRAL STATES

The East North Central States, except Illinois, show smaller calf crops for
1963 than in 1962. All States in the West North Central region expect larger calf
crops this year, except Iowa which is down slightly. Of the North Central States,
Kansas shows the largest increase, up 6 percent, followed by North Dakota, South
Dakota, and Nebraska with increases of 5, 4, and 3 percent, respectively.

SOUTHERN STATES

In the South Atlantic region, Florida, Georgia, and Virginia expect larger
calf crops. No change is indicated in the calf crops for North and South Carolina,
but West Virginia, Maryland and Delaware are down from a year earlier.
Every State in the South Central region expects a larger calf crop in 1963.
Texas has the largest increase, up 7 percent, followed by Oklahoma, Kentucky and
Tennessee.

WESTERN STATES

The 1963 calf crop is expected to be larger in 8 of the Western States, smaller
in Utah and Nevada, and unchanged in New Mexico. Montana shows the biggest gain,
increasing 6 percent, and Wyoming is up 4 percent.

NORTH ATLANTIC STATES

All States in this region expect a smaller 1963 calf crop except New
Hampshire which is unchanged.

U. S. Department of Agriculture Crop Reporting Board
Statistical Reporting Service Washington, D. C.
MtAn 2-2 (7-63)





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Calf crop, 1962 and 1963, by States


,Calves born as
Cows and heifers : Calves born as :
2 Cows and heer: percent of cows and :
2 yrs. & older heifers 2 / Calves born 2/
State 1January 1Jauar 1 /
: 5-year : :: 5-year: : : 1963 as
: average : 1962 : 1963 :1962 :1963 : average : 1962 : 1963 : of
: 1957-61 :: : : : 1957-61 : : : 1962


: 1,000
: head

Maine : 117
N. H. : 63
Vt. 296
Vass. 108
R. I. 17
Conn. 106
N. Y. :1,445
N. J. 148
Pa. :1,084
Ohio 1,061
Ind. : 853
Ill. :1,360
Mich. : 860
Wis. :2,559
Minn. 1,777
Iowa : 1,943
Mo. 1,841
N. Dak. : 961
S. Dak. : 1,529
Nebr. : 1,827
Kans. :1,553

Del. 36
Md. 283
Va. 748
W. Va. 307
N. C. : 520
S. C. 312
Ga. : 768
Fla. : 975

Ky. : 1,054
Tenn. : 1,018
Ala. : 945
Miss. :1,290
Ark. 821
La. 1,124
Okla. 1,644
Texas 4,675
Mont. : 1,190
Idaho : 601
Wyo. 569
Colo. : 887
N. Max. 653
Ariz. 401
Utah 354
Nev. 286
Wash. 535
Oreg. 701
Calif. : 1,743
48 States : 45,955
Alaska
Hawaii : --
U. S.


1,000 1,000
head head


115
61
291
103
15
96
1,439
141
1,088

1,014
825
1,324
821
2,537
1,818
1,953
1,943
983
1,597
1,919
1,761

32
280
789
304
505
302
766
942

1,177
1,110
951
1,214
803
1,122
1,886
5,100
1,222
641
581
942
712
420
378
286
589
742
1,739
47.379


1,000 1,000 1,000
Percent Percent head head head Percent


113
61
288
102
14
92
1,425
137
1,076

997
820
1,328
821
2,569
1,830
1,967
2,005
1,032
1,655
1,941
1,859

33
278
795
297
504
308
772
1,009

1,241
1,162
977
1,229
828
1,123
1,948
5,508
1,286
657
591
979
718
423
372
283
609
757
1,775
48.594


4.6 4.5
89 91
47.472 48,690


98
53
250
89
13
85
1,222
118
932
902
746
1,191
725
2,303
1,582
1,791
1,657
863
1,398
1,655
1,373
29
239
630
257
407
240
616
642

951
883
760
965
654
875
1, 405
3,926
1,076
539
503
784
548
312
304
224
474
607
1,509
39,402


95
53
247
85
12
78
1,223
114
947
872
718
1,165
714
2,309
1,600
1,777
1,729
895
1,485
1,746
1,585
26
232
663
258
394
236
613
678

1,059
966
770
923
650
875
1,603
4,335
1,112
577
511
848
598
332
325
229
530
638
1,530
40,960


103
102


3.7 3.3
62 63
--- 41.026 41.819


93 98
53 100oo
242 98
83 98
11 92
75 96
1,183 97
111 97
904 95

837 96
705 98
1,182 101
690 97
2,286 99
1,610 101
1,770 100
1,764 102
939 105
1,539 104
1,795 103
1,673 106
25 96
228 98
668 101
249 97
393 100
237 100
618 101
726 107

1,092 103
999 103
772 100
946 102
662 102
887 101
1,695 106
4,627 107
1,183 106
585 101
532 104
862 102
596 100
338 102
320 98
226 99
536 101
643 101
1,562 102
41,752 102


1/ Not strictly a calving rate. Figure represents calves born expressed as percentage of the number
of cows and heifers 2 years old and over on farms and ranches January 1.
2 Calves born before June 1 plus the number expected to be born after June 1.


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