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Title:
Hatchery production
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Special ... hatchery report
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Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Crop Reporting Board
Publisher:
United States Crop Reporting Board
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Washington, D.C
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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monthly
normalized irregular

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Poultry -- Hatcheries -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with: Jan. 1948
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with Nov. or Dec. 1969.

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University of Florida
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Related Items

Preceded by:
Hatchery report
Succeeded by:
Hatchery production, annual revisions
Succeeded by:
Eggs, chickens and turkeys

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June 1963
July 16, 1963

Chicks Hatched

Hatcheries in the United States produced 247, 514,000 chicks in June,
7 percent more than in June 1962, according to the Crop Reporting Board.
Broiler chicks hatched totaled 205,756,000--an increase of 7 percent from
June 1962 and the largest output for the month of record. During the first
6 months of 1963 there were 1,188,059,000 broiler chicks produced--up 2
percent from the comparable period in 1962. Compared with a year earlier,
the number of eggs in incubators on July 1 indicates that the broiler hatch
in July will be larger than in July last year and the largest for the month
of record. The number of broiler-type eggs in incubators on July 1 was up
6 percent from July 1 last year.

There were 41,788,000 egg-type chicks hatched in June--7 percent more
than in June last year. The number hatched during June was down 11 percent
in the Mountain States, 5 percent in the Pacific, and about the same in the
New England States. The hatch increased 24 percent in the West North Central,
16 percent in the East South Central, 10 percent in the South Atlantic, 10
percent in the West South Central, 6 percent in the East North Central, and
2 percent in the Mid-Atlantic States. The number of egg-type eggs reported
in incubators on July 1 was 15 percent above that of July 1 last year indicat-
ing that the egg-type hatch in July will be larger than in July 1962. Egg-
type chicks hatched during the months January through June totaled 361,824,000--
down 1 percent from the same period in 1962.

Poults Hatched

The number of heavy breed poults hatched in June was 13,963,000--up 2
percent from June last year. The hatch of heavy white breeds at 5,314,000
was 13 percent more than in June 1962. Other heavy breeds (mostly broad
breasted bronze) totaled 8,649,000--down 4 percent from June last year.
Production of light breed poults totaled 1,502,000--down 5 percent from
June 1962. During the months January through June, the hatch of turkey
poults was 84,131,000--an increase of 2 percent from comparable period in
1962. The January-June hatch of heavy white breeds was 26,337,000--an in-
crease of 7 percent; other heavy breeds was 51,859,000--a decrease of 1 per-
cent; and light breeds at 5,935,000 was up 5 percent. The number of eggs
in incubators on July 1 indicate that the hatch of heavy white breeds and
hatch of light breeds in July will be larger than in July last year. The
hatch of other heavy breeds is expected to be smaller. The number of heavy
white breed eggs in incubators on July 1 was up 8 percent from July 1 last
year. The number of other heavy breed eggs was down 2 percent and the num-
ber of light breed eggs was up 10 percent.

U. S. Department of Agriculture Crop Reporting Board
Statistical Reporting Service Wasington. D. C.
Pou 1-1 (7-63)





Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


State : Broiler-type : Egg-type
and :June Jan. through June : June


division

Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.& R.I. ]:
Conn.
N.E.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
M.A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E.N.C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
W.N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
S.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
E.S.C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W.S.C.
Idaho
Colo.
Utah
Mount.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
Pac.
48 States
Hawaii
U. S.


1962
Thousands
5,611
1,029
0
649
1,923
9,212
385
210
4 350
4,945
1,010
3,951
416
640
1,008
7,025
1,071
330
5,593

102
313
2/7,433
6,354
11,388
6,809
459
19,058
2,062
34,081
1,678
81,889
450
3,630
19,293
12 951
36,324
21,921
1,832
622
12,411
36P786
385
16
222
4/661
1,473
1,212
5,413
098b
192,373
103
192.476


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/ Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing


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1963
Thousands
5,928
905
8
1,215
1,780
9,836
150
172
3,944
4,266
850
3,948
136
410
1,0504
6,394
1,090
420
5,205
2/
29/
122
350
2/7,189
7,149
12,887
6,486
437
20,763
2,003
35,815
1,456
86,996
425
3,750
22,113
14,582
40,870
23,462
2,713
622
14,329
41,126
492
13
170
4/129~
1,597
1,209
5,132
b,238
205,644
112
205,756


32To avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central total includes North and
South Dakota. 3/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware and West Virginia. 4/ Mountain total
includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Arizona.


1962
Thousands
32, 298
6,691
o
4,534
12,348
55,871
2,305
1,329
26,062
29 696
6,200
26,237
3,003
3,660
6,497
45,597
6,247
2,210
36,285


996
1,741
2/47,790
40,474
66,251
41,604
2,875
111,784
12,018
212,953
11,532
499,491
3,045
22,640
113,237
77,293
216,2l15
127,301
11,930
4,950
71,612
215,793
2,450
166
1,131
4/4,068
8,559
7,785
34,751
51,095
1,165,616
650
1.166.266


1963
Thousands
33,577
5,976
28
6,421
10,384
56,386
1,175
1,090
24 536
26,o801
5,965
20,534
1,184
2,780
6,079
36,542
6,689
2,605
34,602

2
936
1,590
2/46,624
42,986
73,781
35,972
2,286
116,977
11,148
211,022
9,452
503,624
2,855
22,150
126,707
82,014
233,726
130,623
15,534
4,817
78 724
229 698
2,637
157
1,065
4/4,104
9,673
6,218
33,968
49,859
1,187,364
695
1,188.059


: 1962 : 1963
Thousands Thousands
479 305
290 386
51 50
737 774
616 655
2,173 2,170
1,310 1,450
1,100 960
2,538 2,625
4,948 5,035
2,760 2,500
2,378 2,437
1,701 2,100
1,000 1,200
529 650
8,368 8,887
1,609 1,630
1,750 2,400
1,409 1,682
150 250
520 505
673 1,044
340 500
6,451 8,011

136 143
672 513

5 682
376 489
1,724 1,647
1,419 1,925
3/4,942 3/5,4 0
270 25
555 560
680 719
648 930
2,153 2,494
890 794
169 111
263 200
1,310 1,786
2,632 2,891
91 91
171 182
88 47
4/555 4/495
954 995
302 257
5,350 5,016
6,606 6,268
38,828 41,701
92 87
38,920 41,788
individual operations.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries

State :Egg-type : Tota 1
and Jan. through June June : Jan. through June


: Average 1957-61 : 1962 : 1963 : 1962 : 1963


division
:'


1962 :
Thousands
2,711
2,153
361
6,966
5,690
17,881
10,230
9,440
21,369
41,039
18,910
18,461
18,886
8,060
7.357


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.& R.I.
Conn.
N.E.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
M.A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E.N.C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
W.N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
S.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
E.S.C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W.S.C.
Idaho
Colo.
Utah
Mount.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
Pac.
48 States
Hawaii
U.S.


-3-


Ll:


71,674 68,399 18,440
24,961 23,090 1,718
35,790 34,290 2,927
14,652 12,895 8,615
2,054 2,634
10,025 9,655 2
13,357 12,682 1,151
6,309 6,435 793
107,148 101,681 2/15,973


3/
1,087
4,716
3/
6,173
4,080
10,482
8,349
3/35,463
2,325
5,305
4,772
4,333
16,735
4,274
1,353
3,059
14,958
23,644
1,257
1,703
1,427
4/6,762
6,701
2,267
36,591
45,559

6249
366,529


1,338
4,527

6,91
4,281
13,862
10,927
3/42,317
2,439
5,290
4,958
5,380
18,067
6,466
1,245
2,989
14,918
25,618
1,159
1,554
1,150
V51,575
6,476
2,204
34,253
42,933
361,241
583
361,824


9,58
7,895
3/
13,933
2,078
31,989
2,587
3/75,750
1,625
4,234
14,491
10,177
30,527
14,494
2,046
944
12,327
29,811
400
289
306
4/1,241
2,240
1,707
9,476
13,422
209,023
168
209. 192


Y Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
2/ To avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central total includes North and
South Dakota. 3/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware and West Virginia. 4/ Mountain total
includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Arizona.


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1963
Thousands
2,648
2,047
346
6,093
5,584
16,718
10,640
7,930
21,181
39,751
18,036
17,706
17,357
7,950
7.350


Thousands
5,478
1,610
41
2,226
3,853
13,208
1,849
1,970
6,832
10,651
3,744
8,448
2,598
1,424
2.227


Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands
6,090 6,233 35,009 36,225
1,319 1,291 8,844 8,023
51 58 361 374
1,386 1,989 11,500 12,514
2,539 2,435 18,038 15,968
11,385 12,006 73,752 73,104
1,695 1,600 12,535 11,815
1,310 1,132 10,769 9,020
6,888 6,569 47,431 45,717
9,893 9,301 70,735 66,552
3,770 3,350 25,110 24,001
6,329 6,385 44,698 38,240
2,117 2,236 21,889 18,541
i,640 1,610 11,720 10,730
1,537 1,700 13,854 13,429
15,393 15,281 117,271 104,941
2,680 2,720 31,208 29,779
2,080 2,820 38,000 36,895
7,002 6,887 50,937 47,497


775 1,16 14,353 13,6l1
653 850 8,050 8,025
2/13,884 2/15,200 2/154,938 2/148,305
3/ 3 3 37
11,524 13,030 67,338 75,119
7,481 6,999 46,320 40,499
3/ 3/ 3/ 3/
19,62e 21,445 117,957 123,895
2,438 2,492 16,098 15,429
35,805 37,462 223,435 224,884
3,097 3,381 19,881 20,379
3/86,831 3/92,446 3/534,954 3/545,941
720 710 5,370 5,294
4,185 4,310 27,945 27,440
19,973 22,832 118,009 131,665
13,599 15,512 81,626 87,394
38,477 43,364 232,950 251,793
22,811 24,256 131,575 137,089
2,001 2,824 13,283 16,779
885 822 8,009 7,806
13,721 16,115 86,570 93,642
39,418 44,017 239,437 255,316
476 583 3,707 3,796
187 195 1,869 1,711
310 217 2,558 2,215
4/1,216 4/1,224 4/10,830 4/9,861
2,427 2,892 15,260 16,149
1,514 1,466 10,052 8,422
10,763 10,148 71,342 68,221
14,704 14,506 96,654 92,792
231,201 247,345 1,531,521 1,548,605
195 199 1,274 1,278
231. 96 247.544 1.532.795 1.549.883




Baby chicks and turkey poults: Average prices paid to commercial hatcheries, June 1, 1963


State
and
division


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
R.I.
Conn.
N.E.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
M.A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E.N.C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
W.N.C.
Del.
Md.
Va. L/
W.Va.
N.C.
s.c. 1/
Ga.
Fla.
S.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
E.S.C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W.S.C.
Mont.
Idaho
Colo.
Ariz.
Utah
Mount.
Wash. 1/
Oreg. ]
Calif. 1.
Hawaii
Pacific
U.S.
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15t


Broiler
breeds
straight
Dol.

/ 11.5
12.5
13.0
12.0
12.0
1/ 11.0


11.6 33.6 41.0 80.0 85.0 65.0
12.0 38.0 53.0 80 83 ---
13.5 34.5 45.0 82 84 75
1/ 12.5 36.0 49.0 1/ 75 1/ 85 1/ 65
12.5 36.5 49.o 77.5 84.8 65.4
11.5 37.0 56.o 67 68 50
11.0 33.5 52.0 64 63 60
1/ 14.5 37.0 53.0 68 69 63
/ 13.5 35.0 50.0 65 65 50
12.5 38.5 52.0 53 67 ---
11.6 35.9 52.5 61.4 66.4 50.6
11.5 39.0 54.0 5 54 2/ 62 j/ 43
11.5 39.0 55.0 62 68 41
1/ 8.5 26.0 55.0 /1 68 / 70 1/ 45
17.0 34.0 50.0 65 65 ---
17.5 35.0 49.5 --- --- ---
17.0 34.0 50.0 68 67 ---
11.0 33.0 52.0 63 66 49
9.2 36.2 53.5 56.5 66.5 43.7
10.5 --- --- --- --- ---
1/ 10.3 36.0 56.0 -
10.0 40.0 55.0 73 70 38
10.5 --- --- --- --- ---
S8.0 29.0 52.0 65 60
8.8 35.0 --- 65 65 ---
/ 8.3 30.0 55.0 62 62 40
/ 10.5 35.5 46.0 55 65 45
8.9 33.5 53.8 69.8 63.7 38.9
9.5 32. 0 --- --- ---
10.0 30.0 44.0 -
Ij 8.6 32.5 40.0 60 65 50
1/ 7.8 30.0 45.0 --- 65 ---
8.4 31.2 44.3 --- --- ---
1/ 9.0 34.5 47.0 62 62 45
S10.0 36.0 -
11.5 29.0 49.0 62 64 50
1/ 9.0 29.0 50.0 1/ 60 1/ 59 ---
9.1 30.6 49.4 60.7 60.3 46.6


19.0
13.0
16.0

11.5
12.7
12.5
13.5
13.0
23.6
13.7
9.4 of the
i of the


30.0 40.0
39.5 54.0
35.0 51.0
38.0 47.5
37.0 52.0
37.5 49.4
39.5 40.0
36.0 41.o
32.0 40.0
48.6 ---
34.9 40.3
34.8 49.4
nonth. 4 -


65
64

64.4

50
68

66.7
61.9


65
60
66

61.3
55
55
65
S63.7
-jq.


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40


1. 1 1 .


h


Baby chicks, per 100
: Egg-type pullets
: Pure .: Incross breeds
run: breeds : (hybrids)
Dol. Dol.

32.0 --
34.5 40.0
32.0 ---
35.0 42.0
32.5 ---
32.0 42.0


85

85


I


: Turkey poults, each
: Heavy breeds Light
: .---------L ght
SWhite Other breeds
Ct. Ct. Ct.


65

65


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80

80

80




Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries United States 1/

SBy months : Cumulative
Month 1962 1963 : from: 1962 :1963 Change from
: last year : last year


Thou.


Broiler-type
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Egg-type
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Total Chicks
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December


177,386
168,973
209,160
208,269
210,002
192,476
185,702
173,400
160,829
168,927
170,725
171,427


28,339
40,304
78,703
96,696
83,567
38,920
24,437
21,879
21,739
24,577
21,795
21,017


205,725
209,277
287,863
304,965
293,569
231,396
210,139
195,279
182,568
193,504
192,520
192,444


Thou.


174,990
168,431
199,8o6
214,879
224,197
205,756


31,302
41,731
71,201
94,958
80,844
41,788


206,292
210,162
271,007
309,837
305,041
247,544


Percent

- 1

- 4
+ 3
+ 7
+- 7


Thou. Thou. Thou. Percent


177,386
346,359
555,519
763,788
973,790
1,166,266
1,351,968
1,525,368
1,686,197
1,855,124
2,025,849
2,197,276


28,339
68,643
147,346
244,042
327,609
366,529
390,966
412,845
434,584
459,161
480,956
501,973


- 6
2
4
7


205,725
415,002
702,865
1,007,830


174,990
343,421
543,227
758,106
982,303
1,188,059


31,302
73,033
144,234
239,192
320,036
361,824


206,292
416,454
687,461
997,298


1,301,399 1,302,339
1,532,795 1,549,883
1,742,934
1,938,213
2,120,781
2,314,285
2,506,805
2,699,249


1/ Includes Hawaii.


-5-


- 2,396
- 2,938
-12,292
- 5,682
+ 8,513
+21,793


2,963
4,390
3,112
4,850
7,573
4,705


+ 567
+ 1,452
-15,404
-10,532
+ 940
-:17,088


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- 2
- 1

+ 1




Chicken eggs in incubators July 1, 1963


Geographic Percent change from July 1, 1962
divisions Broiler-type : Egg-type : Total eggs

New England + 10 + 31 +12
Middle Atlantic 8 + 22 + 5
East North Central 1 + 22 + 8
West North Central --- + 39 + 6
South Atlantic + 4 + 15 + 5
East South Central + 11 + 19 + 12
West South Central + 9 + 6 + 9
Mountain + 60 + 4 + 42
Pacific + 1 + 2 + 1
48 States + 6 + 16 + 7
United States 1/ + 6 + 15 + 7

SIncludes Hawaii.

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators

: White : Other : Total : Light
Geographic :heavy breeds l/:heavy breeds 1/ :heavy breeds 1/: breeds 1/
divisions 1962 1963 1962 1963 : 1962 :1963 1962 : 1963

SThou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during June

New England 220 268 19 12 239 280 4 14
Middle Atlantic 166 129 216 282 38? 411 41 71
East North Central : 1,246 1,323 1,062 808 2,308 2,131 254 256
West North Central :1,764 2,235 2,171 1,961 3,935 4,16 549 496
South Atlantic 446 506 581 641 1,027 1,147 543 516
South Central 266 255 1,297 1,205 1,563 1,460 72 81
West 613 598 3,649 3,740 4,262 4,338 119 68

United States 4,721 5,314 8,995 8,649 13,716 13,963 1,582 1,502

Turkey eggs in
incubators
July 1

New ElIi-r.:1 274 305 18 8 292 313 4 17
Middle Atlantic 162 152 233 243 395 395 57 63
East North Central 1,204 1,399 710 526 1,914 1,925 460 432
West North Central 2,355 2,663 460 561 2,815 3,224 846 771
South Atlantic 452 558 602 649 1,054 1,207 886 1,193
South Central 182 143 532 733 714 876 84 72
West 768 629 4,145 3,852 4,913 4,481 122 163

United States : 5,397 5,849 6,700 6,572 12,097 12,421 2,459 2,711
See footnote on page 8.




Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


:By months : Cumulative
Month 1962 1963 :Change from: 1962 1963 Change from
1: 9 : 6 : last year : last year
Thou. Thou. Pet. Thou. Thou. Thou. Pet.
Heavy white
breeds 1/
January 2,012 1,508 25 2,012 1,508 504 25
February 2,091 2,594 + 24 4,103 4,102 1--
March 4,109 4,978 + 21 8,212 9,080 + 868 + 11
April :5,329 5,747 + 8 13,541 14,827 +1,286 + 9
May : 6,324 6,196 2 19,865 21,023 +1,158 + 6
June : 4,721 5,314 + 13 24,586 26,337 +1,751 + 7
July .* : 2,874 27,460
August : 1,547 29,007
September 968 29,975
October 882 30,857
November : 864 31,721
December : 1,046 32,767

Other heavy
breeds i/
January : 1,169 1,210 + 4 1,169 1,210 + 41 + 4
February :3,491 4,402 + 26 4,660 5,612 + 952 + 20
March 9,957 10,867 + 9 14,617 16,479 +1,862 + 13
April : 14,126 13,486 5 28,743 29,965 +1,222 + 4
May : 14,455 13,245 8 43,198 43,210 + 12--
June 8,995 8,649 4 52,193 51,859 334 1
July :3,143 55,336
August : 353 55,689
September 110 55,799
October : 136 55,935
November : 168 56,103
December : 406 56,509

Total all
heavy breeds 1/
January :3,181 2,718 15 3,181 2,718 463 15
February 5,582 6,996 + 25 8,763 9,714 + 951 + 11
March : 14,066 15,845 + 13 22,829 25,559 +2,730 + 12
April : 19,455 19,233 1 42,284 44,792 +2,508 + 6
May : 20,779 19,441 6 63,063 64,233 +1,170 + 2
June : 13,716 13,963 + 2 76,779 78,196 +1,417 + 2
July : 6,017 82,796
August :1,900 84,696
September : 1,078 85,774
October : 1,018 86,792
November : 1,032 87,824
December : 1,452 89,276

See footnote page 8.


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
STATISTICAL REPORTING
WASHINGTON, D. C.


OF AGRICULTURE
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