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 Material Information
Title: Calf crop
Physical Description: v. : ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Crop Reporting Board
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
Frequency: semiannual
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Calves -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 004961926
oclc - 01606898
lccn - 2010229593
System ID: AA00008552:00009

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1964 \

CAIF CROP 2 PERCENT ABOVE 1963

The 1964 calf crop for the United States is expected to total 42,633,000 head
-- a 2 percent increase from the 1963 crop of 41,811,000 head aceerding to the Crop
Reporting Board. This continues the increase shown each year since 1958.

This increase in calf crop is due to a larger number of cows and heifers on
farms. At 49,852 000 head, the number of cows and heifers 2 years old and older
on January 1, 1964, was 2 percent above the 48,649,000 head on January 1, 1963.

The number of calves born and to be born in 1964 expressed as a percent of
cows and heifers 2 years old and older January 1, 1964, is 86 percent, the same
as for 1963. This percentage is not strictly a calving rate because 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

In the East North Central States only Chio and Wisconsin show a decline in the
calf crop from 1963 to 1964, all other States were the same or higher than 1963.
All of the West North Central States expect larger calf crops than in 1963 except
Minnesota and Iowa which are unchanged. The crop in Nebraska is up 8 percent,
North Dakota up 5 percent, South Dakota up 4 percent, and Kansas and Missouri are
each up 3 percent.

SOUTHERN STATES

In the South Atlantic Region, West Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia
expect a larger calf crop with all other States unchanged or down from 1963.
Delaware, Maryland, and Florida led the States showing a decline.

All States in the South Central Region expect the calf crop to be larger than
in 1963. Tennessee, Kentucky, and Oklahoma show the largest increases.

WESTERN STATES

A calf crop larger than last year is expected in each of the Western States.
Montana, Idaho, and Arizona expect the largest percentage gains with obntana showing
an increase of 7 percent.

NORTH ATIANTIC STATES

Every State in this region expects a calf crop the same size or smaller than
in 1963. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut lead the States showing a decline.

U. S. Department of Agriculture Crop Reporting Board
Statistical Reporting Service Washington, D.C.
MtAn 2-2 (7-64)




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08856 9032


calf crop, 1963 and 1964, by States


: Calves born as I
Covews and heifers C bo as
2 yr. & o r percent of cows and Calves born
:January 1 heifers 2+
State Jauy : January 1 1/
: 5-year : : 5-year : : 1964 as
: average : 1963 : 1964 : 1963 : 1964 : average : 1963 : 1964 : % of
: 1958-62 : :: : 1958-62 : : : 1963


:1,000
:head
Maine 115
N.H. 61
Vt. : 292
Mass. : 105
R.I. : 16
Conn. : 102
N.Y. : 1,431
N.J. 145
Pa. : 1,080

Ohio : 1,037
Ind. 836
Ill. : 1,333
Mich. 833
Wis. :2,538

Minn. 1,772
Iowa : 1,934
Mo. : 1,854
N.Dak. 961
S.Dak. : 1,544
Nebr. : 1,849
Kans. :1,596

Del. : 35
Md. 281
Va. 753
W.Va. : 303
N.C. : 511
S.C. : 304
Ga. : 759
Fla. : 958

Ky. : 1,085
Tenn. 1,034
Ala. : 941
Miss. :1,252
Ark. : 808
La. : 1,111
Okla. : 1,696
Texas : 4,796

Moat. :1,199
Idaho : 609
Wyo. 573
Colo. 904
N.Mex. : 667
Ariz. 400
Utah 360
Nev. : 283
Wash. 547
Oreg. 715
Calif. :1,738
48 States : 46,059
Alaska
Hawaii --
U.S.


1,000 1,000
head head
113 110
59 59
285 279
98 96
14 14
91 87
1,425 1,387
137 130
1,076 1,050

986 961
820 828
1,301 1,301
821 810
2,548 2,530

1,838 1,863
1,967 1,989
1,993 2,029
1,044 1,110
1,655 1,777
1,938 2,100
1,859 1,886

33 30
278 271
795 777
297 296
504 521
302 302
772 818
1,009 980
1,241 1,316
1,162 1,205
977 986
1,229 1,245
828 867
1,123 1,191
1,979 2,065
5,509 5,726
1,286 1,381
661 696
607 641
991 1,001
718 739
427 439
375 379
283 297
598 605
766 788
1,735 1,794
48.553 49,752
4.5 4.5
,91 95
18,)49-49,852


Percent

86
84
82
82
79
83
79
86


Percent
93
85
86
83
79
81
85
81
85


1,000
head
-96
52
248
87
13
81
1,211
116
933
884
727
,165
713
2,284
1,580
1,771
1,664
871
1,424
1,677
1,425

28
235
636
255
399
234
607
641

978
900
757
934
640
862
1,462
4,046


1,000
head
92
51
239
80
11
72
1,183
108
925

838
722
1,132
706
2,293
1,636
1,790
1,774
950
1,539
1,802
1,655

25
231
668
252
393
242
633
716

1,117
999
782
934
679
876
1,662
4,517


1,000
head
91
50
240
80
11
70
1,179
105
892

817
729
1,145
705
2,252

1,639
1,790
1,826
999
1,599
1,943
1,697
24
225
660
255
396
242
646
696

1,158
1,048
789
959
694
893
1,735
4,638


1,086 1,183 1,271
550 595 619
509 546 564
803 882 901
563 610 628
315 337 351
311 326 330
224 226 232
488 538 544
618 651 662
1,512 1,526 1,544
39,613 41,744 42,563
--- 3.8 4.0
63 66
--- 41,811 42,633


Percent
99
98
100
100
100
97
100
97
96


105
105


Not striotly a oalving rate. Figure represents calves born r.esAed as percentage of the nuber
of qom ad heaier 2 year old and over on fahrn and ramohe January 1.
2/ Calves born before June 1 pag the amber opected to be born after Jha 1.


84 89
69 69


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