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Hatchery production
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Special ... hatchery report
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English
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
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United States Crop Reporting Board
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Poultry -- Hatcheries -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )
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Began with: Jan. 1948
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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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L--~ U June 16, 1966

Chick Production

Chick production by hatcheries during May 1966 was 335. 6 million, 9 percent
above the 308. 5 million in May 1965 according to the Crop Reporting Board. The
hatch of broiler-type chicks totaled 257. 8 million, up 7 percent from May 1965
and the largest of record for the month. During the first 5 months of 1966
there were 1,163.7 million broiler chicks produced, an increase of 9 percent
from the same period in 1965 and the highest of record for this five-month
period. The number of broiler-type eggs in incubators on June 1, 1966 was 7
percent above June 1 last year.

There were 77. 8 million egg-type chicks hatched during May -- up 14 percent
from May 1965. All regions recorded increases from a year earlier as follows:
38 percent in the South Central; 33 percent in the South Atlantic; 16 percent in
the East North Central; 10 percent in the North Atlantic; and 3 percent in both
the West North Central and West. The hatch of egg-type chicks during the first
5 months of 1966 totaled 306. 0 million -- an increase of 13 percent from the same
period last year. The number of egg-type eggs in incubators on June 1 was up
18 percent from June 1, 1965.
Poult Production

The number of poults of all breeds produced during May 1966 was 24, 393, 000,
7 percent more than the 22, 900, 000 for May 1965. The hatch of heavy breed poults
during May was 22, 781, 000, also up 7 percent from a year earlier. Heavy white
breed poults hatched at 13,368, 000 were up 29 percent, but other heavy breeds
hatched at 9,413, 000 were down 14 percent.
Light breed poults hatched totaled 1, 612, 000 a decrease of 2 percent from a
year earlier. There were 86,222,000 poults hatched during the first 5 months of
1966, 12 percent more than these months in 1965. The number of heavy breed
eggs in incubators on June 1, 1966 was up 6 percent from June 1, 1965, while the
number of light breed eggs in incubators June 1 was down 10 percent. Heavy white
breed eggs in incubators were up 28 percent, but other heavy breed eggs were
down 17 percent.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
b Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (6-66) Washington, D. C.





Broiler and


egg-type chicks hatched by commercial
hatcheries, United States


Month : Number chicks hatched
and Broiler : Egg totall
year : type : type

Thousands Thousands Thousands

May 1965 240,155 68,382 308,537
April 1966 245,953 83,132 329,085
May 1966 : 257,750 77,848 335,598

Jan.-May 1965 : 1,064,685 269,737 1,334,422
Jan.-May 1966 : 1,163,692 305,996 1,469,688


Percent Percent Percent

May 1966 as percent
of May 1965 107 114 109

Jan.-May 1966 as
percent of Jan.- : 109 113 110
May 1965


Chicken eggs in incubators June 1, 1966

June 1, 1966 as a percent of June 1,. 1965
Geographic
division Broiler-type Egg-type Total eggs
Percent Percent Percent

North Atlantic 95 122 104
East North Central 113 126 121
West North Central 98 107 104
Scuth Atlantic 110 134 111
South Central 107 134 108
West 103 94 99

48 States 107 118 109


United States 1/ 107 118 109


I/ Includes Hawaii.


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries, United States


Month Number poults hatched 1/
and : Heavy breeds : Light : Total
Year : '1hite : Other : Total : breeds : breeds
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
May 1965 10,326 10,923 21,249 1,651 22,900
April 1966 12,842 9,475 22,317 1,399 23,716
May 1966 13,368 9,413 22,781 1,612 21,393

January-May 1965 34,570 36,801 71,371 5,627 76,998
January-May 1966 : 47,470 32,745 80,215 6,007 86,222
Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
May 1966 as percent:
of May 1965 129 86 107 98 107

January-May 1966 as:
percent of January-: 137 89 112 107 112
May 1965

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubator

Geographic Heavy breeds 1/ : Light
Geographic White : Other : Total : breeds 1/
division : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during May

North Atlantic 306 289 257 284 563 573 53 65
East North Central : 1,879 2,376 841 736 2,720 3,112 248 233
West North Central : 3,775 4,945 3,540 2,875 7,315 7,820 305 320
South Atlantic : 1,405 1,501 590 502 1,995 2,003 832 767
South Central : 905 1,619 1,610 1,180 2,515 2,799 106 100
West 2,056 2,638 4,o85 3,836 6,141 6,474 107 127

United States :10,326 13,368 10,923 9,413 21,249 22,781 1,651 1,612

Turkeys eggs in
incubator June 1 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
North Atlantic : 498 465 418 444 916 909 162 143
East North Central : 3,035 3,472 1,192 1,051 4,227 4,523 351 390
West North Central 5,426 6,745 3,692 2,721 9,118 9,466 677 604
South Atlantic : 1,786 1,933 838 777 2,624 2,710 1,166 1,056
South Central 1,289 2,103 1,977 1,534 3,266 3,637 218 111
West 2,482 3,840 5,912 5,127 8,394 8,967 127 117

United States :14,516 18,558 14,029 11,654 28,545 30,212 2,701 2,421
June 1, 1966 as : Percent Percent Percent Percent
percent of
June 1, 1965 U.S. : 128 83 106 90


1/ Heavy white breeds include heavy white-feathered breeds, such as
white Holland, Empire white, Lancaster, and crosses with light white


All other heavy breeds are reported under "other". Light.breeds
Beltsville, Jersey Buff, Royal Palm and wild turkeys.


Broad white,
breeds.


include


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State
and
division

Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass. & R.I. 1l
Conn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
N. 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.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
S.C.
Idaho
Colo.
Utah
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
West.
48 States
Hmail
U. S.


Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries

Broiler-type : Egg-type


May
: 1965
:Thousands
6,636
647
0
/ : 935
1,869
85
165
4,990
15,327
760
2,851
84
410
: 1,123
S 5,228-
886
430
4,088
2/6
126
: 33
S 156


2/ 6,134
9,693
14,226
6,096
558
24,369
1,492
42,989
1,755
101,178


322
4,377
29,439
15,897
33,235
2,821
624
14,857
101,572
473
51
266
2,662
1,251
q A7lh


4/ lo,614
240,053
102
240.155


:


May


:


: M :


Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
To avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central total includes North and
South Dakota.
South Atlantic total includes Delaware, Maryland, and West Virginia.
West total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.




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:


1966
Thousands
7,024
619
0
904
1,577
65
124
5,44o
15,753
850
2,821
102
430
1,450
5,653
1,028
430
2,835
2/
555
130
2/5,246
9,752
16,586
6,528
551
24,678
1,557
49,269
2,320
111,241
296
4,494
31,502
17,250
35,420
3,533
847
15,515
108,857
516
50
262
2,398
1,345
6,255
4/ 10,878
257,628
122
257,750


January-May"
1965 : 1966
Thousands Thousands
30,350 31,962
2,886 2,948
1 1
4,093 4,316
8,080 6,777
305 365
870 598
23,306 23,212
69,891 70,186
3,260 3,190
11,550 12,836
389 397
1,980 2,080
4,921 6,245
22,100 24,748
3,848 4,281
1,260 1,225
16,712 12,407
2/ 2
1,202 1,63
533 482
2/ 23,919 2/ 20,650
45,201 45,357
64,497 77,375
26,851 28,494
2,538 2,671
109,374 114,550
6,637 7,095
190,028 219,907
7,426 ,270
452,552 504,719
1,221 1,262
19,358 19,752
128,975 145,436
70,983 78,467
148,385 160,885
13,018 16,557
2,482 2,539
64,786 66,300
449,208 491,198
1,980 2,168
182 201
1,089 1,368
9,858 10,602
5,827 6,376
27,3)4 30,692
4/ 46,493 4/ 51,656
1,064,163 1,163,157
522 535
1,064,685 1.163.692


1965
Thousands
627
277
26
854
795
1,890
845
3,423
8,737
3,070
2,899
3,491
1,470
1,419
12,349
5,240
8,680
3,068
427
2,275
2,257
1,232
23,179



1,0l1
675
2,883
1,840
3/ 7,504
605
742
1,494
1,139
1,463
282
408
1,998
8,131
121
213
165
1,282
291
64055
4/ 8,394
68,294
88
68,382


1966
Thousands
420
330
46
1,203
596
2,550
750
3,757
9,652
3,400
3,999
3,788
1,800
1,370
14,357
6,139
7,4oo
3,073
496
2,800
2,759
1,300
23,967
3/

973

1,034
4,362
2,468
3/ 9,981
503
1,289
1,628
1,618
2,163
439
485
3,123
11,248
172
230
159
1,009
273
6.391
4/ 8,613
77,818
30
77.848


:
:
:
:





Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


StE
ar
divi

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


-tvne


*ITotfal


Lte : gg
ad : Januar
sion : 1965
SThousands
: 2,534
: 1,34o
: 134
& R.I. i/ 4,561
3,663
: 8,300
: 3,250
: 14,593
: 38,375
: 11,830
: 11,761
: 12,637
: 5,620
: 5,169
C. 47,017
: 15,920
: 24,480
: 9,029
: 932
: 6,840
7: ,865
: 4.917
C. : 69,983


: 3, 9

5,C
: 3,597
: 12,588
9,742
:3/ 35,448
: 2,448
: 3,079
: 7,425
: 6,312
: 6,194
: 1,463
: 2,187
: 11,904
: 41.012
696
: 1,106
: 875
: 5,045
: 1,290
27.oT7
4/37,449
ates 269.284
Li 453~
260.-797


:Averaze 1960-64:


I 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, Maryland and West Virginia.
West total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.


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r 11


y-May


1966
Thousands
2,648
1,356
154
5,160
2,941
10,650
3,930
15,412
42,251
13,900
13,684
13,116
6,750
5,240
52,690
18,731
23,520
10,102
1,161
7,950
9,420
5.080


4,023

4,589
4,513
17,184
11, 970
3/43,054
2,212
4,837
7,697
7,502
8,943
1,764
2,386
14.927
50,268
726
1,141
974
5,207
1,301
30,326
4/41,512
305,739
Ros.oof


Tota


I


Thousands
6,4357
1,459
77
2,449
3,284
2,842
1,988
8,998
27,533
5,234
8,973
4,925
2,153
3,329
24,614
8,550
13,221
10,140
2i

4,235
1,797
2/42,341


8,248

20,&6
2,744
40,621
3,374
3/96,336
1,345
5,248
22,737
14,875
23,695
2,777
1,387
16,141
88,206
732
347
446
2,894
1,804
.11953
4/18,643
297.672
226
2q7.a808


Thous
7,,

1,
2,
1,
1,
8.,
24,
3,
5,
3,
1,
2,
17,
6,
9,:
7,

2,
1,9
2/L29,


6,

25,
2,.
45,
3,I
3/108,

5,
30,
17,
34,
3,
1,
16,
109,



3,
1,



408.


1965 : 19b6
hands 2housan d
263 7,444
924 949
26 46
r89 2,107
564 2,173
975 2,615
olo 874
413 9,197
064 25,405
830 4, 250
r50 6,820
575 3,890
380 2,230
542 2,820
511 20,010
126 7,167
110 7,830
156 5,908


0o 3,314
388 1,430o
313 2/29,213


918 7,501

50 25,638
167 2,591
872 53,631
595 4,788
682 3/121,222
927 799
119 5,783
933 33,130
o36 18,868
698 37,583
103 3,972
032 1,332
855 18,638
703 120,105
594 688
264 280
431 421
944 3,407
542 1,618
29 12.646 ,
008 4/19,491
347 335,446

597 9&5.8


: 1965 : 1966
Thousands Thousands
32,884 34,610
4,226 4,304
135 155
8,654 9,476
11,743 9,718
8,605 11,015
4,120 4,528
37,699 i8,631
108,266 112,437
15,090 17,090
23,311 26,520
13,026 13,513
7,600 8,830
10.090 11,485
6911 177,438
19,768 23,012
25,740 24,745
25,741 22,509


9,067 11,054
5,450 5,562
2/93,902 2/96 614


30,50 32,517

114,418 119,139
10,234 11,608
202,616 237,091
17,168 21,240
3/488,000 3/547,773
3,669 3,474
22,437 24,589
136,400 153,133
77,295 85,969
154,579 169,828
14,481 18,321
4,669 4,925
_ 76.690 81,227
490,220 541,466
2,676 2,894
1,288 1,342
1,964 2,342
14,903 15,809
7,117 7,677
54471 6118
4783,942 4/93,168
1,333,447 1,468,896

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