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Florida fluid milk report
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Florida Fluid Milk Report


Upper Florida Marketing Area
Federal Order No. 6
Tampa Bay Marketing Area
Federal Order No. 12
Southeastern Florida Marketing Area
Federal Order No. 13


21


PAUL W. HALNON
Market Administrator


2826 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
po i 1368
J At Lunerare, 'Fc 33339


I ... 1 -


December


Market Summary

UPPER FLORIDA

Receipts of producer milk at pool plants
regulated under Order No. 6 during November
1979 totaled 63.8 million pounds. Deliveries
were up 4.8 million pounds from the previous
month and 7.7 million pounds above the same
month of the previous year.
During November, 61.2 million pounds of
producer milk was classified as Class I --
up 5.7 million pounds from the previous month
and up 8.1 million pounds from November 1978.
The percentage of producer milk in Class I
was 95.86' in November compared to 94.11% the
previous month and 94.61% a year ago.
The uniform price to producers during
November was $14.09 per cwt. -- up 28 cents
from October 1979 and $1.45 above November
1978.

TAMPA BAY

Producers delivered 43.7 million pounds
of milk to pool plants regulated under Federal
Order No. 12 during November 1979. Producer
milk deliveries were up 2.3 million pounds
from October and were up 0.5 million pounds
from November 1978.
Producer milk classified as Class I milk
and used in the computation of the uniform
price to producers totaled 41.0 million
pounds. Class I producer milk totaled 37.7
million pounds in October 1979 and 39.0
million pounds during November a year ago.
Class I milk was 93.77% of the total producer
milk during November compared to 91.14% last
month and 90.26% during November of last year.
The uniform price per cwt. for November
milk was $14.18, an (Contifued on page 7)


1979 .


Outlook For Sales and Stocks



Despite rising prices, commercial use of milk
and dairy products has remained strong this year.
During the first 8 months of the year commerical
use posted an increase of almost 1I percent from
the year-earlier levels. The year-to-year in-
crease was buoyed by strong sales of other-than-
American type cheese, up about 6 percent from last
year's strong sales. Sales of American cheese and
butter were also up 2 and 3 percent, respectively.
Fluid milk sales and ice cream were about the same
as last year while cottage cheese and nonfat dry
milk use were both down. Total commercial use
during the last 4 months of 1979 probably will be
close to a year ago. If this is the case, total
commercial use for the year would exceed 120 bil-
lion pounds and would top last year's record by
about 1 percent.

Commercial stocks of dairy products have
been well above last year's relatively low levels
since May. Through mid-1979, they were being re-
built from the very low levels of late 1978.
Since June, increased milk production and seasonal
additions to stocks contributed to the increase in
commercial holdings. Anticipation of the new sup-
port prices which became effective October 1 like-
ly was also a factor. October 1 holdings of both
milkfat and solids-not-fat are estimated to be up
over a fifth from last year. Commercial stocks of
butter were up about 76 percent from the previous
year, while commercial holdings of nonfat dry milk
are estimated to be up about a half. Commercial
stocks of American cheese and other-than-American
varieties were up 17 and 10 percent, respectively.

Even if commercial use holds as anticipated
this fall, commercial stocks will still be large
at the start of 1980. (Continued on page 6)


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CLASS I MILK
CLASS i MILK
CLASS H MILK

TOTAL PRODUCER MILK

OTHER SOURCE MILK

TOTAL MILK




CLASS I MILK
CLASS I MILK
CLASSm MILK

TOTAL


Computation of the Uniform Prices

for Producer Milk

November 1979

Order 6 Order 12
% OF PRODUCT %OF PRODLICT %
TOTAL POUNDS TOTAL POUNDS T

95.86 61,193,455 93.77 40,985,974 9
4.14 2,640,811 6.23 2,720,775


100.00 63,834,266

209,528

64,043,794

Value


$8,671,112.57
301,580.62


$8,972,693.19


101


100.00 43,706,749

-0-

43,706,749

Value


$5,848,698.49
310,712.51


$6,159,411.00


Order 13
OF PRODUCT
OTAL POUNDS

6.33 58,655,326
3.67 2,234,501
-o-

0.00 60,889,827

-o-

60,889,827

Value


$8,487,425.67
255,180.01
-0-

$8,742,605.68


ADJUSTMENTS:
HANDLERS' LOCATION ADJ.
OVERAGE
BULK INVENTORY
PACKAGED INVENTORY
OTHER SOURCE RECEIPTS

TOTAL VALUE TO HANDLERS

LOCATION ADJUSTMENTS
FROM PRODUCER
SETTLEMENT FUND

TOTAL VALUE OF MILK

RESERVE

VALUE AT UNIFORM PRICE

UNIFORM PRICE

BUTTERFAT DIFF'L

AVERAGE BUTTERFAT TEST


20,148.15
5,347.58
8,155.92
9,765.51
29,690.12

$9,045,800.47

21,425.28

28,716.66

$9,053,091.85

29,321.27

$9.023,770.58


$14.09*

$ 0.149

3.5570%


-0-
-o-
14,771.51
5,037.11
17,787.90

$6,197,007.52


-0-


20,654.08

$6,217,661.60

20,044.59

$6,197,617.01


$14.18

$ 0.149

3.4661%


-0-
5,442.35
2,743.73
7,915.23
-0-

$8,758,706.99


-0-


26,998.09

$8,785,705.08

29,747.96

$8,755,957.12


$14.38

$ 0.149

3.4381%


* 10 cents higher at plants located in or south of Flagler. Levy, Marion or Volusia Counties.









U.S. Milk Production and Prices*


NOVEMBER MILK PRODUCTION
2 PERCENT ABOVE LAST YEAR
November milk production totaled
9.60 billion pounds, 2 percent above
November 1978. Accumulated production,
January-November 1979, was 114 billion
pounds, 1 percent above both the cor-
responding period a year earlier and
2 years ago.
Production per cow averaged 892
pounds, 28 pounds more than a year
earlier and 34 pounds above November
1977.
Total milk cows averaged 10.8
million head, off 1 percent from last
year.

* Reprinted from "Milk Production",
U.S.D.A., December 13, 1979.



DAIRY PRODUCTS *
NOVEMBER 1979

BUTTER
October butter production
was 76.8 million pounds, 25% above
September and 91 more than October
1978.

AMERICAN CHEESE
Production totaled 172 mil-
lion pounds, 3% above last month
and 10% above a year earlier.

TOTAL CHEESE OUTPUT
Excluding cottage cheese, pro-
duction was 304 million pounds, up
4% from the previous month and 9%
above the previous year.

OTHER PRODUCTS
Following are changes in Oct-
ober production compared to a year
ago:


CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE
LOWFAT COTTAGE CHEESE
ICE CREAM
ICE MILK
SHERBET
DRY WHOLE MILK
DRY BUTTERMILK
NONFAT DRY MILK
(human use)


- up 1%
- up 7%
- up 3%
- down 1%
- down 7%
- up 11%
- down 2%
- up 21%


* Reprinted from DAIRY PRODUCTS,
November 30, 1979, Crop Reporting
Board, U.S.D.A.


MILK-FEED PRICE RATIO 1975-1979. BY MONTHS. AND ANNUAL AVERAGE.

UNITED STATES BASED ON 16% DAIRY FEED 1/


MONTH 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

January 1.14 1.49 1.31 1.50 1.61
February 1.22 1.44 1.26 1.52 1.59
March 1.26 1.43 1.28 1.51 1.58
April 1.22 1.39 1.28 1.47 1.56
May 1.22 1.35 1.23 1.47 1.53
June 1.23 1.28 1.26 1.43 1.51
July 1.27 1.30 1.35 1.45 1.43
August 1.28 1.34 1.46 1.54 1.50
September 1.37 1.34 1.56 1.59 1.54
October 1.43 1.37 1.62 1.64 1.55
November 1.50 1.38 1.58 1.62 1.58
December 1.54 1.34 1.51 1.63
Annual 1.31 1.37 1.39 1.53


I/ Beginning Jan. 1, 1979 the milk-feed ratio is based on 16
percent mixed dairy feed. The monthly U.S. ratios are com-
puted to provide data users with historical information for
use in making comparisons.
Source: "Agricultural Prices", Crop Reporting Board,
U.S.D.A.


Producer Prices in Selected
Federal Order Markets

(dollars per cwt. for 3.5 milk) Unifor

Market Class I Prices Prices 1/


(NOV.)

13.00
12.49
11.87
13.24
12.96
12.57
13.65
14.18
14.38
14.09


1/ Or weighted average of base and excess prices.


Tennessee Valley
Louisville
Chicago Regional
Georgia
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans-Mississippi
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida


(DEC.) (NOV.)


13.35
12.95
12.51
13.55
13.19
13.10
14.10
14.20
14.40
14.10


13.42
13.02
12.58
13.62
13.26
13.17
14.17
14.27
14.47
14.17







Utilization and C

at Po< l


Southeastern Florida
Order No. 13


Class IMilk
Whole Milk
Skim Milk and Lowfat Milk
Flavored Milk and Milk Drinks
Buttermilk
Total Packaged Class I Disposition
In the Area
Out of the Area
Transfers to Nonpool Plants
Total Class I Disposition
Closing Inventory (Packaged)
Unaccounted for Milk
Total Class I Milk
Percent Change from Last Year
Less Nonpool Recipts y1
PRODUCER MILK IN CLASS I

Class II Milk
Half & Half
Light Cream
Heavy Cream
Frozen Desserts
Other Class II Products
Total Class II Products
Transfers to Nonpool Plants
Closing Inventory (Packaged)
Closing Inventory (Bulk)
Shrinkage
Total Class II Milk
Percent Change from Last Year
Less Nonpool Receipts I
PRODUCER MILK IN CLASS II
PRODUCER MILK IN CLASS III
Producer Milk Al Classes

Average Butterfat Test


NOVEMBER 1979
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


42,812,700
18,709,716
3,244,373
593,515
65,360,304
61,263,924
4,096,380


65,360,304
4,322,779
83,450
69,766,533
+ 2.4
11,111,207
58,655,326


1,128,419
59,172
181,302
1,963,106
1,365,186
4,697,185
982,479
184,835
826,234
593,208
7,283,941
22.9
5,049,440
2,234,501


60,889,827


3.44%


1,441,960
244,730
86,987
7,625
1,781,302
1,676,504
104,798


1,781,302
118,132
10,843
1,910,277


310,826
1,599,451


119,470
11,202
64,742
114,307
16,018
325,739
363,182
29,716
52,792
28,265
799,694


305,689
494,005


2,093,456


NOVEMBER 1978
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


41,132,078
18,465,453
3,093,546
614,475
63,305,552
57,462,777
5,842,775
974,684
64,280,236
3,523,990
298,827
68,103,053
+ 4.1
9,220,134
58,882,919


1,100,733
60,336
167,559
1,870,233
1,179,471
4,378,332
1,772,664
202,255
2,144,904
953,097
9,451,252
7.9
4,078,238
5,373,014


64,255,933


1,387,520
235,463
81,671
4,713
1,709,367
1,564,147
145,220
29,269
1,738,636
92,810
12,174
1,843,620


256,146
1,587,474


117,415
11,357
60,994
104,676
12,257
306,699
450,685
38,393
126,719
32,250
954,746


275,646
679,100


2,266,574


3.53%


1! Includes, whenever applicable. receipts of other source milk in any form. beginning inventory.and overage.


Ai


I -
N(4'.
(Pound

28,394. 13
11,695,16
3,418, 19
844, I5
44,353, 12
39,835, 1
4,517, 1i
7 i2
44,361, :4
2,695, ;
186, :1
47,242, 2
+ 4
6,256, 8
40,985, 4


368, 2
18, 1
61, 8
2,550, 5
2.469. I
5,469,6
968, 2
113, 6
1,797, 9
822,j3
9,172, 6
1
6,451,
2,720, 5


43,706,9

3.








ification of Milk

plantss


Tampa Bay
Order No. 12


SR 1979
(B.F. Lbs.)

918,724
125,583
51,489
9,759
1,105,555
987,250
118,305
91
1,105,646
65,352
18,486
1,189,484


129,201
1,060.283


39,273
3,007
21,512
183,295
128,022
375,109
315,849
20,865
97,808
27,705
837,336


382,704
454,632


1,514,915


NOVEMBER 1978
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


28,721,535
9,912,981
3,280,442
833,318
42,748,276
38,825,978
3,922,298
23,851
42,772,127
2,546,502
112,517
45,431,146
+ 3.9
6,464,066
38,967,080


357,253
37,774
84,020
2,583,798
2,539,276
5,602,121
961,801
76,822
1,905,280
798,713
9,344,737
+ 6.9
5,140,124
4,204,613


43,171,693


949,679
104,679
47,196
9,009
1,110,563
1,006,998
103,565
960
1,111,523
62,571
24,194
1,198,288


167,533
1,030,755


38,096
6,683
30,114
178,065
99,008
351,966
305,510
11,582
93,921
30,617
793,596


308,652
484,944


1,515,699


Upper Florida
Order No. 6


NOVEMBER 1979
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


42,906,431
12,040,611
4,293,616
1,290,435
60,531,093
47,705,166
12,825,927
3,551,766
64,082,859
4,364,244
117,828
68,564,931
+ 14.2
7,371,476
61,193,455


574,656
14,356
99,250
4,837,530
1,201,411
6,727,203
1,311,491
125,910
1,506,123
875,858
10,546,585
+ 4.3
7,905,774
2,640,811


63,834,266


1,399,677
144,799
80,029
10,744
1,635,249
1,278,911
356,338
101,819
1,737,068
112,038
14,678
1,863,784


187,171
1,676,613


61,170
2,584
36,132
299,655
9,784
409,325
366,992
18,727
77,945
28,915
901,904


307,948
593,956


2,270,569


NOVEMBER 1978
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


39,002,680
10,783,390
4,488,581
1,160,866
55,435,517
46,900,355
8,535,162
420,727
55,856,244
4,088,415
81,157
60,025,816
+ 6.1
6,962,215
53,063,601


490,502
15,671
76,931
4,814,882
939,071
6,337,057
964,001
92,806
2,084,934
636,072
10,114,870
+ 3.2
7,090,091
3,024,779


56,088,380


1,269,940
131,940
83,323
9,067
1,494,270
1,257,840
236,430
11,546
1,505,816
107,108
20,201
1,633,125


184,420
1,448,705


52,249
2,820
27,832
315,811
2,365
401,077
291,787
14,402
100,442
31,416
839,124


294,025
545,099


1,993,804


3.56%


3.51%


3.55%











Outlook*


(Continued from page 1)

However, with short term interest
rates sharply higher in recent
weeks, some additional sales to
CCC (not specifically related to
supply-demand conditions) could
occur as the industry aligns
stock levels with expected sales--
taking into account storage costs
and CCC sell-back policy. While
USDA stocks of butter and nonfat
dry milk remained large on October
1, both were down about a fourth
from a year earlier.

USDA purchases under the
price support program were small
through the first 9 months of 1979.
Through September, CCC net removals
totaled about 56 million pounds of
butter and 12 million pounds of
cheese for a milk equivalent total
of only 1.3 billion pounds, down
over a half from the same period
last year. Proportionately more
nonfat dry milk than butter was
purchased, but the 187 million
pounds purchased were nearly a
third less than the same period of
1978.

The CCC purchase picture may
be changing, however. CCC pur-
chased all 3 products--butter,
cheese, and nonfat dry milk--during
October. Last year during October
only small amounts of nonfat dry
milk were purchased, while butter
was sold back to the industry for
unrestricted use.

With milk production increas-
ing, continued increases likely,
and a recession likely to have an
impact on sales in coming months--
there will be sharp increases in
CCC removals from this year's low
level. While CCC removals in 1980
are not expected to approach the
high levels of 1977, per unit sup-
port prices are higher. Therefore,
the increase in costs associated
with any increase in net removals
will be proportionately greater
than the increase in removals.

Reprinted from "United States
and World Outlook for Dairy",
November 8, 1979.


Farm Costs and Prices*


PRICES RECEIVED INDEX UP 1 POINT
PRICES PAID INDEX UNCHANGED

The November Index of Prices Received by Farmers increased
1 point (G percent) to 237 percent of its January-December 1967
average, according to the Crop Reporting Board. Contributing most
to the increase since October were higher prices for broilers, eggs,
oranges, tomatoes and milk. Lower prices for cattle, corn, grape-
fruit, lemons and wheat were partially offsetting. The index was 21
points (10 percent) above a year ago.

The mid-month Index of Prices Paid by Farmers for Commodities
and Services, Interest, Taxes and Farm Wage Rates was unchanged from
October at 256. Lower prices for livestock feeds were offset by
higher prices for other production items and the family living com-
ponent. The index was 31 points (14 percent) above a year earlier.

The Ratio of the Index of Prices Received to the Index of
Prices Paid, including Interest, Taxes, and Farm Wage Rates was 93
for the month of November 1979. The ratio was up 1 point from the
previous month and down 3 points from the same period a year ago.


* Reprinted from "Agricultural Prices", issued November 30, 1979,
Crop Reporting Board, U.S.D.A.


1978 Avg. 109.76 71.06


Manufactured Dairy Product Prices
(cents per pound)
Cheddar
Butter Nonfat Dry Milk Cheese
(92-Score (Spray Process, (Wis. Assembling
Month Chicago) Chicago Area) Points, 40 lb. Blocks)

1978
Nov. 121.12 74.23 117.12
Dec. 118.76 75.71 119.38
1979
Jan. 111.30 76.30 119.50
Feb. 111.30 75.79 118.64
Mar. 114.08 76.46 119.72
Apr. 120.74 77.61 121.25
May 121.80 78.94 121,11
June 121.80 78.92 121.80
July 122.72 79.16 123.65
Aug. 128.71 79.75 128.52
Sept. 127.80 80.96 131.50
Oct. 128.77 82.94 128.80
Nov. 129.99 83.84 125.76

1977 Avg. 98.43 66.23 96.83


--


107.08










Disposition of Packaged

Class I Milk Products

Inside the

Marketing Area


NOVEMBER
1979
Pounds

ORDER 6 55,777,365


ORDER 12 49.181,707


ORDER 13 64,179,727


3 MARKET
TOTAL


169,138,799


NOTE: The data shown
disposed of by


NOVEMBER
1978
Pounds

53,531,533


46,923,273


60,624,072



161.078,878


%
CHANGE
*

+0.8


+3.1


+4.1



+2.7


herein includes products
producer-handlers, non-


pool distributing plants and other order
plants as well as pool plants.
a The quantities shown are actual pounds.
The percentages hae been adjusted for
differences in sales days.



Number of Plants

and Handlers

November 197 9


ORDER ORDER 12 ORDER 13
........ma. 0 .- *


Total No.
of Handlers
Distributing
Plants
Supply Plants
Part. Reg.
Dist. Plants
Other Order
Plants
Producer-
Handlers
Coop. Ass'ns
as Handlers


3 2


Market Summary

From page 1



increase of 30 cents from the pre-
vious month and $1.54 above November
of last year.

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA

Receipts of producer milk at
pool plants regulated under Federal
Order No. 13 totaled 60.9 million
pounds of milk during November 1979.
Compared to the previous month,
receipts of producer milk were down
2.6 million pounds and 3.4 million
pounds below November 1978.
In the November equalization
pool, 58.7 million pounds of milk
was classified as Class I. Class I
producer milk was down 1.0 million
pounds from last month, and was 0.2
million pounds below November 1978.
Class I milk was 96.33% of the
total during November compared to
93.92% the previous month and 91.64%
during November of the previous year.
The uniform price to producers
under Order No. 13 for November
milk was $14.38 per cwt. The uni-
form price was up 31 cents from
October and was $1.50 above Novem-
ber 1978.

PRODUCER SUMMARY

Under the three Florida milk
orders, 439 producers delivered
168.4 million pounds of milk to
pool plants. This compared to
434 producers and 163.9 million
pounds during the previous month
and 416 producers and 163.5
million pounds during November 1978.
Producer milk deliveries in Novem-
ber were up 2.8% from October and
were 3.0% above November of last
year.
The average milk delivery
per producer was 12,714 pounds
per day for all producers deliver-
ing to plants under Federal Orders
6, 12, and 13. The average daily
delivery per producer was 9,217
pounds under Order No. 6, 10,614
pounds under Order No. 12, and
27,627 pounds under Order No. 13.







Minimum Order Prices (Per Cwt. for 3.5 Milk)


Month Basic Upper Fla.* Tampa Bay S.E. Fla.
and Formula Orer No. 61 (Order No. 12) (Order No. 13)
tear a/ I Class lUniform Class I UniformIClass I LUniform

1978

Nov. $10.44 $9.90 S12.75 S12.64 S12.85 512.64 $13.05 $12.88

Dec. 10.60 10.18 13.03 12.90 13.13 12.94 13.33 13.14

1979

Jan. 10.55 10.44 13.29 13.18 13.39 13.18 13.59 13.39

Feb. 10.52 10.60 13.45 13.35 13.55 13.38 13.75 13.57

Mar. 10.59 10.55 13.40 13.25 13.50 13.31 13.70 13.50

Apr. 10.63 10.52 13.37 13.12 13.47 13.06 13.67 13.46

May 10.67 10.59 13.44 13.15 13.54 13.11 13.74 13.55

June 10.76 10.63 13.48 13.26 13.58 13.29 13.78 13.66

July 10.87 10.67 13.52 13.35 13.62 13.44 13.82 13.65

Aug. 11.09 10.76 13.61 13.53 13.71 13.54 13.91 13.77

Sept. 11.32 10.87 13.72 13.56 13.82 13.65 14.02 13.79

Oct. 11.25 11.09 13.94 13.81 14.04 13.88 14.24 14.07

Nov. 11.27 11.32 14.17 14.09 14.27 14.18 14.47 14.38

1977 Avg. 8.58 8.48 11.33 11.37 11.43 11.33 11.63 11.60

1978 Avg. 9.57 9.29 12.14 12.02 12.24 12.02 12.44 12.26
a/ As reported for the month.
b/ Used in the computation of Class I prices for the month.
10 cents higher ar plants located in or south of Flagler. Levy, Marion or Volusia Counties.


Number of Producers and Average Daily Delivery per Producer
Month Upper Florida Tampa Bay Southeastern Fla.
and No. of Avg. Daily No. of Avg. Daily No. of Avg. Daily
Year Producers / Delivery Producers 1/ Delivery Producers 1/ Delivery
(pounds) (pounds) (pounds)
Nov. 1978 184 11,054 117 11,064 115 18,566
Dec. 171 12,018 126 11,703 115 19,554
Jan. 1979 171 12,417 125 12,386 115 20,106
Feb. 178 12,663 118 12,547 115 20,753
Mar. 201 12,083 122 12,479 115 21,308
Apr. 198 11,443 123 12,940 75 28,934
May 218 10,174 125 12,119 74 29,123
June 216 9,786 129 11,071 74 26,788
July 228 8,749 121 9,888 114 17,592
Aug. 238 8,394 132 9,497 110 18,166
Sept. 228 8,558 131 9,739 115 17,475
Oct. 184 9,641 133 9,844 117 17,536
Nov. 229 9,217 135 10,614 75 27,627
1/ Adjusted to exclude producers who delivered less milk to plants pooled under this
Order than to plants pooled under another Federal Order.


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