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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


PAUL W. HALNON


2826 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Post Office Box 11368
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33339


Market Administrator


February 1980


Market Summary

UPPER FLORIDA

Receipts of producer milk at pool plants
regulated under Order No. 6 during January
1980 totaled 71.4 million pounds. Deliveries
were up 3.7 million pounds from the previous
month and 9.4 million pounds above the same
month of the previous year.
During January, 64.8 million pounds of
producer milk was classified as Class I -- up
4.6 million pounds from the previous month
and up 5.9 million pounds from December 1979.
The percentage of producer milk in Class I
was 90.78% in January compared to 88.95% the
previous month and 95.01% a year ago.
The uniform price to producers during
January was $13.88 per cwt. -- up 7 cents
from Decembet 1979 and 70 cents above
January 1979.

TAMPA BAY

Producers delivered 51.4 million pounds
of milk to pool plants regulated under Federal
Order No. 12 during January 1980. Producer
milk deliveries were up 4.0 million pounds
from December and were up 0.7 million pounds
from January 1979.
Producer milk classified as Class I milk
and used in the computation of the uniform
price to producers totaled 46.1 million
pounds. Class I producer milk totaled 41.5
million pounds in December 1979 and 46.5
million pounds during January a year ago.
Class I milk was 89.69% of the total producer
milk during January 1980 compared to 87.62%
last month and 91.72% during January of last
year.
The uniform price per cwt. for January
milk was $13.95, an (Continued on page 7)


The Dairy Price
Support Program

Under the dairy price support program
the Department of Agriculture, through the
Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC), stands
ready to purchase butter, nonfat dry milk and
cheese at prices which should enable processors
to return at least the announced support price
to their manufacturing milk farmers. The
current price support for milk of 3.5% butter-
fat is $11.22. When this price was announced
on October 1 of last year it represented 80%
of parity.

In recent months purchases by CCC under
the price support program have been running
substantially higher than at this time last
year. During the month of January of this
year CCC purchased nearly 27 million pounds
of butter. In contrast, butter purchases
last January were slightly more than 9 million
pounds. The Commodity Credit Corporation
purchased 35 million pounds of nonfat dry milk
in January of this year, as compared to only
3.2 million pounds during January of last year.
Cheese purchases during January 1980 were 18
million pounds while at this time last year CCC
purchased no cheese under the support program.

Under the current Dairy Price Support law
the Secretary is required to adjust the price
support level six months after the beginning
of the marketing year to reflect any increase
that has occurred in the index of prices paid
by farmers (the parity index). The marketing
year began on October 1, 1979, and, therefore,
this semi-annual adjustment will come on
April 1, 1980. In January the Department of
Agriculture estimated that the semi-annual
adjustment would result in a price support
increase of at least 74 cents per hundred-
weight. There is an indication now that this
estimate is probably (Continued on page 6)


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CLASS I MILK
CLASS i MILK
CLASS MILK

TOTAL PRODUCER MILK

OTHER SOURCE MILK

TOTAL MILK


CLASS I MILK
CLASS I MILK
CLASSIMILK

TOTAL

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


Computation of the Uniform Prices

for Producer Milk

January 1980

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

90.78 64,807,015 89.69 46,086,406 9
9.22 6,580,994 10.31 5,296,118


100.00 71,388,009

215,962

71,603,971

Value


$9,150,750.52
758,130.51


$9,908,881.03


22,591.15
784.48
1,640.02
881.13
30,493.83

$9,965,271.64

- 20,203.43

26,208.74

$9,971,276.95

- 32,645.78

$9,938,631.17


$13.88*

$0.150

3.512 V:


100.00 51,382,524



51,382,524

Value


$6,553,486.93
610,112.79


$7,163,599.72





2,016.41
473.26
16,709.71

$7,182,799.10


6,169.94

$7,188,969.04

- 21,106.94

$7,167,862.10


$13.95

$0.150

3.4237%


10'


Order 13
OF PRODUCT
3TAL POUNDS

4.37 65,621,193
5.63 3,912,829


0.00 69,534,022



69,534,022

Value


$9,462,576.03
450,757.90


$9,913,333.93


-

4,233.35
1,171.62
755.69


$9,919,494.59


27,662.70

$9,947,157.29

- 31,605.75

$9,915,551.54


$14.26

$0.150

3.4248%


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








U.S. Milk Production and Prices*


JANUARY MILK PRODUCTION
3 PERCENT ABOVE PREVIOUS YEAR

January milk production totaled
10.3 billion pounds compared with 10.0
billion pounds for January 1979. Pro-
duction per cow averaged 951 pounds,
up 28 pounds from a year earlier and
38 pounds from January 1978. Total
milk cows averaged 10.8 million head,
slightly below last year.

Milk production during 1979 to-
taled 124 billion pounds, 2 percent
above the 1978 estimate of 122 billion
pounds. The 1979 production was 3
percent below the record 1964 total
of 127 billion pounds.

Output per cow in 1979 was a
record 11,471 pounds, up 253 pounds
from 1978. The annual average number
of cows was 10.8 million head, 1 per-
cent below the 1978 average.

* Reprinted from "Milk Production",
U.S.D.A., February 12, 1980.


DAIRY PRODUCTS *
DECEMBER 1979
BUTTER
December butter production was
83.8 million pounds -- 12% more than
November and 8% more than December
1978.
AMERICAN CHEESE
Production totaled 172 million
pounds, 8% above last month and 1%
above a year earlier.
TOTAL CHEESE OUTPUT
Excluding cottage cheese, pro-
duction was 305 million pounds, up
5% from the previous month and 1%
above the previous year.
OTHER PRODUCTS
Following are changes in
December 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 2%
- up 3%
- down 1%
- down 2%
- down 5%
- up 7%
- down 16%
- up 31%


MILK-FEED


PRICE RATIO, 1976-1980, BASED ON 16% DAIRY FEED


MONTH 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

January 1.49 1.31 1.50 1.61 1.54
February 1.44 1.26 1.52 1.59
March 1.43 1.28 1.51 1.58
April 1.39 1.28 1.47 1.56
May 1.35 1.23 1.47 1.53
June 1.28 1.26 1.43 1.51
July 1.30 1.35 1.45 1.43
August 1.34 1.46 1.54 1.50
September 1.34 1.56 1.59 1.54
October 1.37 1.62 1.64 1.55
November 1.38 1.58 1.62 1.58
December 1.34 1.51 1.63 1.57

Annual 1.37 1.39 1.53 1.55


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/


(FEB.) (JAN.) (JAN.)
Tennessee Valley 13.44 13.37 12.93
Louisville 13.04 12.97 12.40
Chicago Regional 12.60 12.53 11.88
Georgia 13.64 13.57 13.02
Memphis 13.28 13.21 12.91
Nashville 13.19 13.12 12.48
New Orleans-Mississippi 14.19 14.12 13.33
Tampa Bay 14.29 14.22 13.95
Southeastern Florida 14.49 14.42 14.26
Upper Florida 14.19 14.12 13.88

1/ Or weighted average of base and excess prices.


* Reprinted from: DAIRY PRODUCTS,
January 31, 1980, Crop Reporting
Board, U.S.D.A.









Utilization and

at Po|


Southeastern Florida
Order No. 13


Class I Milk
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 Redpts 1/
PRODUCER MILK IN CLASS I

Class II Milk
Half&Half
Light Cream
Heavy Cream
Frozen Desserts
Other Class 1 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 MilkAll Classes

Average Butterfat Test


JANUARY 1980
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)


45,408,239
19,901,473
3,032,869
651,976
68,994,557
65,051,734
3,942,823


68,994,557
3,821,383
159,521
72,975,461
+2.3
7,354,268
65,621,193


1,275,550
58,765
177,791
1,992,044
1,228,623
4,732,773
1,099,362
181,244
1,536,690
772,467
8,322,536
-20.2
4,409,707
3,912,829


69,534,022


1,525,613
259,742
63,304
8,308
1,856,967
1,756,346
100,621


1,856,967
101,494
11,085
1,969,546


202,927
1,766,619


132,719
11,134
63,657
132,315
14,390
354,215
402,473
31,490
79,063
34,042
901,283


286,508
614,775


2,381,394


JANUARY 1979
(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)
43,351,052 1,464,912
18,894,279 243,754
2,861,172 62,931
621,625 5,475
65,728,128 1,777,072
62,664,304 1,701,526
3,063,824 75,546
1,375,447 41,137
67,103,575 1,818,209
4,065,605 108,407
133,894 19,307
71,303,074 1,945,923
+2.2
5,289,270 144,209
66,013,804 1,801,714


1,271,130
68,596
172,333
2,078,197
1,395,651
4,985,907
2,017,517
176,085
2,392,932
860,559
10,433,000
+4.7
5,095,161
5,337,839
64,374
71,416,017


3.42%


133,091
12,913
63,814
124,102
21,208
355,128
466,705
33.365
129,197
34,653
1,019,048


280,321
738.727
838
2,541,279


3.56%


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


As
(Pou
30,112
12,8513:
3,32191
89!2t.
47.198*
42,74 7'
4,4511:
I
I--
47,19 81.
3,099 3


50,38 7:
7
4.30 32
46,08 40 ,


41
1
4
2,73
2,22
5,43
2,46
8
2,28
73
10,99
+
5,70
5.29


51,38 52.










tification of Milk 5

Idlants


.FJ(Y 1980
Si (B.F. Lbs)
891 987,560
56, 137,767
81 38,882
48 9,622
94. 1,173,831
74' 1,058,972
20, 114,859


94! 1,173,831
57i 74,650
14. 14,352
15. 1,262,833


88,511
1,174,322


43,788
3,107
14,544
199,216
65,167
325,822
380,470
12,924
109,013
25,691
853,920


'i 269,059
'8 584,861


'4 1,759,183


JANUARY 1979


(Pounds)
33,607,011
12,648,651
3,196,673
935,264
50,387,599
46,034,653
4,352,946
68,086
50,455,685
2,666,543
315,427
53,437,655
+9.7
6,905,985
46,531,670


444,499
40,817
74,444
2,744,487
2,371,515
5,675,762
1,150,168
98,126
2,671,716
622,864
10,218,636
+14.9
6,017,907
4.200.729


50,732,399"


(B.F. Lbs.)
1,105,413
138,264
33,140
11,024
1,287,841
1,174,336
113,505
2,136
1,289,977
65,201
28,488
1,383,666


175,731
1,207,935


47,500
7,288
27,667
200,594
87,015
370,064
373,549
16,560
131,948
33,565
925,686


338,514
587,172


1,795,107


Upper Florida
Order No. 6


JANUARY 1980


(Pounds)
43,435,620
13,129,548
4,093,162
1,309,364
61,967,694
49,427,831
12,539,863
2,945,112
64,912,806
4,769,866
148,463
69,831,135
+7.8
_5,024120
64,807,015


604,766
15,969
63,815
5,023,634
1,049,033
6,757,217
3,754,154
142,724
2,565,598
680,357
13,900,050
+24.1
7,319,056
6,580,994


71,388,009


(B.F. Lbs.)
1,416,613
160,862
57,778
9,598
1,644,851
1,306,001
338,850
83,593
1,728,444
121,104
19,839
1,869,387


127,412
1,741,975


64,841
2,874
22,910
307,350
9,871
407,846
464,249
19,405
116,874
38,677
1,047,051


281,671
765,380


2,507,355


JANUARY 1979

(Pounds) (B.F. Lbs.)
41,604,793 1,350,821
11,635,172 144,358
4,373,279 67,386
1,228,407 9,578
58,841,651 1,572,143
49,993,590 1,328,506
8,848,061 243,637
1,715,782 43,460
60,557,433 1,615,603
4,057,850 102,679
137,035 29,367
64,752,318 1,747,649
+4.6
5,844,869 153,493
58,907,449 1,594,156


610,390
15,234
65,716
4,973,866
879,878
6,545,084
1,248,387
94,366
2,392,995
922,953
11,203,785
+13.1
8,111,168
3,092,617


62,000,066


64,295
2,742
23,656
320,796
2,226
413,715
354,964
14,677
132,270
36,673
952,299


323,439
628,860


2,223,016


3.51%


Tampa Bay
Order No. 12


3.54%


3.59%











Price Support Program

(Continued from page 1)

low, but based on the 74 cent
estimate, the support price
would increase to $11.96 per
hundredweight on April 1.

While the dairy price
support program directly sup-
ports only manufacturing milk
prices, all dairy farmers de-
livering to plants regulated
by the Federal Order program
are affected by the price sup-
port program. This is because
all class prices under Federal
milk orders are based on
prices paid at manufacturing
milk plants in the Minnesota &
Wisconsin area. The prices
paid at manufacturing plants
in these two states are direct-
ly influenced by the price sup-
port level. Use of the
Minnesota-Wisconsin price series
in all Federal milk orders pro-
vides coordination between the
milk order and price support
programs and assists in carrying
out the objective of supporting
the price of all milk. Through
this price coordination, the
Secretary can adjust support
prices upward or downward with
the knowledge that changes will
be reflected in prices to pro-
ducers delivering Grade A milk
to Federally regulated plants,
as well as to producers of
manufacturing grade milk.

GEORGIA HEARING SCHEDULED
The Department of Agri-
culture has announced a public
hearing on proposed amendments
to the Georgia milk order. The
hearing will be held on March 12,
1980, beginning at 9:30 A.M. at
the Olde English Inn, Decatur,
GA.
The hearing was requested
by Dairymen, Inc., a cooperative
association representing a
majority of the GA order pro-
ducers. D.I. has proposed that
the current Class I base plan
be replaced by seasonal base-
excess plan, beginning
September 1, 1980.


Farm Costs and Prices*

PRICES RECEIVED INDEX DOWN 4 POINTS
PRICES PAID INDEX UP 7 POINTS


The January Index of Prices Received by Farmers decreased 4
points (2 percent) to 234 percent of its January-December 1967 av-
erage, according to the Crop Reporting Board. Contributing most to
the decrease since December were lower prices for corn, eggs, wheat,
soybeans, turkeys and cattle. Higher prices for broilers, rice and
calves were partially offsetting. The index was 2 points (.9 per-
cent) above a year ago.

The Index of Prices Paid by Farmers for Commodities and Ser-
vices, Interest, Taxes, and Farm Wage Rates for January 15 was 267,
up 7 points (3 percent) from mid-December. The annual updating of
the index for interest, taxes, and farm services and cash rent
along with higher prices for fuels, feeder livestock and motor sup-
plies were major contributors to the increase. The January index
was 32 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 88
for the month of January 1980. The ratio was down 4 points from
the previous month and down 11 points from the same period a year ago

Reprinted from "Agricultural Prices", issued January 31, 1980,
Crop Reporting Board, U.S.D.A.




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)

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
Dec. 130.16 83.87 125.00
1980
Jan. 130.16 83.70 125.64

1978 Avg. 109.76 71.06 107.08

1979 Avg. 122.43 79.55 123.77










Disposition of Packaged

Class I Milk Products

Inside the

Marketing Area


JANUARY
1980
Pounds

ORDER6 57,389,850


ORDER 12 52,379,238


ORDER 13 68,077,535


3 MARKET
TOTAL


177,846,623


JANUARY
1979
Pounds

57,062,591


51,434,082


66,093,243



174,589,916


CHANGE
*

+ 0.8


+ 1.5


+ 2.8



+ 1.8


NOTE: The data shown herein includes products
disposed of by producer-handlers, non-
pool distributing plants and other order
plants as well as pool plants.
The quantities shown are actual pounds.
The percentages have been adjusted for
differences in sales days.,



Number of Plants

and Handlers

January 1980


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Market Summary

From page 1



increase of 10 cents from the pre-
vious month and 77 cents above
January of last year.

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
Receipts of producer milk at
pool plants regulated under Federal
Order No. 13 totaled 69.5 million
pounds of milk during January 1980.
Compared to the previous month, re-
ceipts of producer milk were up 2.9
million pounds and 1.9 million
pounds below January 1979.
In the January equalization
pool, 65.6 million pounds of milk
was classified as Class I. Class I
producer milk was up 4.2 million
pounds from last month, and was
0.4 million pounds below January
1979. Class I milk was 94.37% of
the total during January compared
to 92.11% the previous month and
92.44% during January of the
previous year.
The uniform price to producers
under Order No. 13 for January milk
was $14.26 per cwt. The uniform
price was up 9 cents from December
and 87 cents above January 1979.

PRODUCER SUMMARY
Under the three Florida milk
orders, 439 producers delivered
192.3 million pounds of milk to
pool plants. This compared to
437 producers and 181.8 million
pounds during the previous month,
and 411 producers and 184.1 mil-
lion pounds during January 1979.
Producer milk deliveries in
January were up 5.8% from
December and were 4.4% above
January of last year.
The average milk delivery
per producer was 13,883 pounds
per day for all producers de-
livering to plants under Federal
Orders 6, 12 and 13. The average
daily delivery per producer was
9,923 pounds under Order No, 6,
11,947 pounds under Order No. 12,
and 29,501 pounds under Order
No. 13.


3 3







8 Minimum Order Prices IPer Cwt. for 3.5 Milk)

Month Basic Upper Fla.* Tampa Bay S.E. Fla.
and Formula (Order No. 6) (Order No. 12) (Order No. 13)
S Price _______ ____
Year a/ Price / Class I fUniform Class I IUniform Class I ]Uniform

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

Dec. 11.34 11.25 14.10 13.81 14.20 13.85 14.40 14.17

1980

Jan. 11.37 11.27 14.12 13.88 14.22 13.95 14.42 14.26

1978 Avg. 9.57 9.29 12.14 12.02 12.24 12.02 12.44 12.26

1979 Avg. 10.91 10.77 13.62 13.46 13.72 13.49 13.92 13.75
a/ As reported for the month.
b/ Used in the computation of Class I prices for the month.
S10 cents higher at plants located in or south of Flagler, Lev., 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 1/ Delivery Producers I/ Delivery ProducersJ/ Delivery
(pounds) (pounds) (pounds)
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
Dec. 227 9,706 136 11,190 74 28,459
Jan. 1980 233 9,923 132 11,947 74 29,501
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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