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Title:
Calf crop
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Language:
English
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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semiannual
regular

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Calves -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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1967
July 24, 1967
CALF CROP DECLINES 1 PERCENT:

The 1967 calf crop for the United States is expected to total 43,056,000 head,
1 percent less than 1966 according to the Crop Reporting Board.

Cows and heifers 2 years old and older on January 1, 1967, at 49,793,000 head,
also were 1 percent less than a year earlier.

The number of calves born and to be born in 1967, expressed as a percentage
of cows and heifers 2 years old and older the first of the year, is 86 percent,
the same as in 1966. 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 DOWN 1 PERCENT:

The expected calf crop in the North Central States ranges from 8 percent lower
in Michigan to 2 percent higher in South Dakota. The East North Central States are
down 3 percent while the West North Central States are unchanged from last year.

SOUTHERN STATES DOWN 1 PERCENT:

Of the 16 Southern States 10 show smaller calf crops than last year, but
these decreases are partially offset by increases in 5 States. One State was un-
changed. The calf crop in the South Atlantic is slightly smaller than a year
earlier.

WESTERN STATES UNCHANGED:

Year to year changes in Western States calf crops range from an increase of
5 percent for Washington to a decline of 6 percent for Wyoming. Of the eleven
States represented in the region 5 show an increase in number while 6 indicate a
smaller 1967 calf crop.

NORTH ATLANTIC STATES DOWN 4 PERCENT:

The 9 North Atlantic States expect some 88,000 fewer calves born this year
than last. Every State in the region is estimated below 1966, with the largest
decline 11 percent expected for Rhode Island.


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Beporting Service Crop Reporting Board
MtAn 2-2 (7-67) Washington, D. C.









Calf crop, 1966 and 1967, by States


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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3 1262 08856 8869


:Cows and heifers : Calves born as :
2 yrs.&older percent of cows Calves born 2/
J:nuary1 : and heifers 2+ :
State January 1 : January 1 1/ :
: 5-year : : 5-year : 1967 as
: average : 1966 : 1967 : 1966 : 1967 : average : 1966 : 1967 : of
: 1961-65 : ; : 1961-65 : ;; 1966


Ky. : 1,234
Temn. : 1,155
Ala. : 987
Miss. : 1,325
Ark. : 862
La. : 1,171
Okla. : 1,983
Texas : 5,402

Mont. : 1,318
Idaho : 662
Wyo. : 632
Colo. : 978
N.Mex. : 740
Ariz. : 423
Utah : 372
ev. : 301
Wash. : 591
Oreg. : 779
Calif. : 1.766
48 States : -48
Alaska : .5
Hawaii 93
U.S. ,976


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
R.I.
Conn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.

Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.

Minnm.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.

Del.
Mdi.
Va.
W.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.


: 1,000
: head
109
58
282
100
13
93
:1,410
134
1,068

991
812
:1,308
810
:2,543

:1,835
S1,999
:2,009
S1,068
: 1,698
S1,994
S1,805

30
268
779
298
515
310
839
: 1,018
:


1,000
head

50
249
88
12
84
1,311
113
988

890
773
1,248
750
2,449

1,776
2,044
2,115
1,207
1,830
2,149
1,906

24
248
735
282
530
321
935
1,089

1,292
1,274
1,042
1,439
925
1,184
2,173
5,589

1,511
699
719
1,043
750
417
395
320
585
813
185 J


1,000
head
--8
47
237
82
11
81
1,246
109
950

870
741
1,168
689
2,374

1,687
2,061
2,151
1,182
1,871
2,110
1,872

21
242
727
265
528
320
917
1,089

1,315
1,260
1,007
1,414
945
1,125
2,115
5,670

1,521
684
683
1,088
737
436
393
301
594
798
186 -


1,000
Percent Percent head
"8-- -Br- 79
83 85 49
82 83 236
78 79 81
75 76 11
80 82 75
83 85 1,188
81 78 107
86 86 924

86 85 846
87 88 711
87 88 1,151
83 83 702
88 90 2,288

85 87 1,629
93 92 1,835
91 90 1,808
88 87 982
93 93 1,564
90 92 1,822
88 89 1,647

77 82 24
85 85 224
83 84 654
85 87 255
81 82 405
82 82 250
79 80 686
74 74 740

91 91 1,105
84 83 1,002
80 81 801
81 82 1,013
83 82 706
78 78 915
86 88 1,706
84 83 4,469

91 91 1,202
90 91 598
89 88 564
93 90 881
86 86 629
83 76 336
88 87 324
77 85 241
89 92 529
89 90 689
87 87 1.562


50.311 49,-9686 U 87 42,256 43,395 42,90 99
4.6 4.4 87 66 3.8 4.0 3.8 95
105 103 70 70 65 74 72 97
501420 49,793 b6 M6 42,325 43,473 43,056 99


1,000
head
7T
42
204
69
9
67
1,088
92
850

765
673
1,086
622
2,155

1,510
1,901
1,925
1,062
1,702
1,943
1,677

18
211
610
240
429
263
739
806

1,176
1,070
834
1,166
768
924
1,869
4,695

1,375
629
640
970
645
346
348
246
521
724
1.617


1,000
head


197
65
8
66
1,059
85
817

740
652
1,028
572
2,137

1,468
1,896
1,936
1,028
1,740
1,941
1,666

17
206
611
231
433
262
734
806

1,197
1,046
816
1,159
775
878
1,861
4,706

1,384
622
601
979
634
331
342
256
546
718
1,618


Percent
95
95
97
94
89
99
97
92
96

97
97
95
92
99

97
100
101
97
102
100
99

94
98
100
96
101
100
99
100
102
98
98
99
101
95
100
100


I/ Not strictly a calving rate. Figure represents calves born expressed as percentage of tne number or
cows and heifers 2 years 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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