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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 )
Chicks -- 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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oclc - 01781240
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issn - 0093-0121
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AA00010659:00042

Related Items

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

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JULY 1966 ..... .. ..
August 16, 1966



Chick production by hatcheries during July 1966 was 280. 6 million, 9 percent
above the 258. 0 million in July 1965 according to the Crop Reporting Board. The
hatch of broiler-type chicks totaled 244. 2 million, up 8 percent from July 1965 and
the largest of record for the month. During January through July 1966 there were
1, 654. 2 million broiler-type chicks produced, 9 percent above the corresponding
period in 1965 and the highest of record for this period. The number of broiler-type
eggs in incubators on August 1, 1966 was 8 percent above August 1 last year.

There were 36.4 million egg-type chicks hatched during July--up 11 percent from
July 1965. All regions recorded increases from a year earlier. Increases were as
follows: North Atlantic, 24 percent; East North Central, 8 percent; West North
Central, 21 percent; South Atlantic, 5 percent; South Central, 1 percent; and West,
15 percent. The hatch of egg-type chicks during the first 7 months of 1966 totaled
396.7 million--an increase of 13 percent from the same period last year. The
number of egg-type eggs in incubators on August 1, 1966 was up 16 percent from
August 1, 1965.


Poult Production

The number of poults of all breeds produced during July 1966 was 10,303,000,
an increase of 3 percent from the 10, 013, 000 for July 1965. The hatch of heavy
breed poults during July was 8,460,000, up 4 percent from a year earlier. Heavy
white breed poults at 5,739, 000 were up 19 percent, but other heavy breeds at
2,721,000 were down 19 percent. Light breed poults hatched totaled 1,843,000,
down slightly from 1,846, 000 for July 1965. There were 115, Z251, 000 poults hatched
during January through July 1966, an increase of 10 percent from the corresponding
period in 1965. The number of heavy breed turkey eggs in incubators on August 1,
1966 was down 12 percent from August 1, 1965, while light breed eggs in incubators
August 1 were up 6 percent. Heavy white breed eggs in incubators were down 12
percent and other heavy breed eggs were down 14 percent from the same period
last year.


I UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (8-66) Washington, D. C.




Broiler and


egg-type chicks hatched by commercial
hatcheries, United States


Month
and
year


Number


Broiler
tyvne


chicks hatched
Egg
tv-oe


Total


Thousands Thousands Thousands

July 1965 225,161 32,830 257,991
June 1966 246,318 54,365 300,683
July 1966 244,224 36,374 280,598

Jan.-July 1965 1,516,805 349,690 1,866,495
Jan.-July 1966 1,654,234 396,735 2,050,969


Percent Percent Percent
July 1966 as percent
of July 1965 : 108 111 109

Jan.-July 1966 as
percent of Jan.-
July 1965 109 113 110


chickenn eggs in incubators August 1, 1966

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

North Atlantic 99 109 101
East North Central 100 110 105
West North Central 94 137 110
South Atlantic : 112 124 113
South Central : 105 109 106
West : 109 123 115

48 States : 108 116 109


United States /: 108 116 109


1/ Includes Hawaii.


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries, United States


Month : Number poults hatched I/
and : Heavy breeds : Light : Total
Year : White : Other : Total : breeds : breeds
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
July 1965 : 826 '3,341 B7T7 iT,16 10,013
June 1966 : 10,518 6,515 17,033 1,693 18,726
July 1966 : 5,739 2,721 8,460 1,843 10,303

January-July 1965 : 47,564 48,093 95,657 9,176 104,833
January-July 1966 : 63,727 41,981 105,708 9,543 115,251
: Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
July 1966 as percent:
of July 1965 : 119 81 104 100 103

January-July 1966 as:
percent of January- : 134 87 111 104 110
July 1965

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubator

Geographic : Heavy breeds l/ : Light
Geographic : White : Other : Total : breeds 1/
divisions : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during July

North Atlantic : 202 184 122 135 324 319 33 39
East North Central : 879 998 1.48 176 1,027 1,174 289 299
West North Central : 1,973 2,084 310 253 2,283 2,337 650 658
South Atlantic : 567 722 234 201 801 923 644 634
South Central : 219 468 436 345 655 813 142 119
West : 986 1,283 2,091 1,611 3,077 2,894 88 94

United States : 4,826 5,739 3,341 2,721 8,167 8,460 1,846 1,843

Turkey eggs in : 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966
incubator August 1 : Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.

North Atlantic : 152 75 54 54 206 129 11 11
East North Central : 581 405 60 49 641 454 289 323
West North Central : 1,971 1,573 177 2 2,148 1,575 769 704
South Atlantic 425 553 101 91 526 644 661 771
South Central : 70 157 61 60 131 217 83 107
West : 560 553 440 509 1,000 1,062 66 81

United States : 3,759 3,316 893 765 4,652 4,081 1,879 1,997
August 1, 1966 as Percent Percent Percent Percent
percent of
August 1, 1965 U.S. : 88 86 88 106
1/ Heavy white breeds include heavy white-feathered breeds, such as Broad white,


breeds. All
Beltsville,


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white Holland, Empire white, Lancaster, and crosses with light white
Sther heavy breeds are reported under "other." Light breeds include
jersey Buff, Royal Palm and wild turkeys.




Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


State
and
division


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass. & R.I. 2/
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.
Mi.
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
Hawaii
U. S.


1965
:Thousands
: 6,241
605
1
: 941
1,589
: 100
150
: 4,867
S 14,494
650
3,091
59
: 375
_1,_291
: 5,466
: 630
190
3,437



:2/4,
8,819
13,623
5,253
: 516
: 22,926
1,519
40,759
: 1,474
S94,889
313
4,031
29,358
14,541
30,477
2,744
425
: 13,460
: 95,349
: 485
: 11
276
2,793
1,052
: 5.865
4/10,511
: 225,053
: 108
225,161


Broiler-type : Egg-type
ruly January-July :July


=


1) 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.
South Atlantic total includes Delaware, Maryland, and West Virginia.
/ West total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.


1966 :
Thousands
6,898
600
0
782
1,288
60
106
4,570
14,304
570
2,677
55
425
1,275
5 002
725
80
3,054

2/
55

2/3,926
9,529
15,497
5,837
521
24,074
1,551
47,098
1,919
106,026
201
4,439
29,900
16,083
34,928
3,660
605
14,675
104,491
365
8
186
2,267
1,230
6,302
4/10,375
244,124
100
244W,224


l


1965
Thousands
42,918
4,087
2
5,930
11,442
500
1,178
33,160
992,217
4,610
17,696
538
2,745
7,387
32,976
5,229
1,830
23,317


1,526
6oT
2/32,941
62,884
91,753
37,777
3,616
155,770
9,710
271,185
10,397
643.092
1,896
27,385
187,130
100,487
210,243
18,477
3,576
92,104
641,298
2,932
243
1,652
14,377
8,190
38,954
4/66,546
1,516,070
735
1,516,805


w


: 1966 : 1965
Thousands Thousands
45,709 544
4,171 204
1 0
5,945 371
9,330 481
475 1,470
839 255
32,433 1,442
98,903 4,767
4,510 1,660
18,358 2,169
530 1,228
2,945 650
8,980 142
35,323 5.849
5,892 623
1,605 930
18,256 796
2/ 3
130
1,953 252
517 305
2/28,987 3.039
64,208 3/
108,707 3/
40o,445 508
3,736 30
162,664 630
10,326 558
314,050 2,628
13,337 1,776
717473 3/6,165
1,726 362
28,569 521
205,671 1,057
111,065 1,270
230,035 1,289
23,590 197
4,070 133
95,84o 1,805
700o, 6 6,634
2,889 70
244 99
1,814 89
14,982 1,116
8,872 106
43,118 4,637
4/72.222 4/6,293
1.653,474 32,T77T
760 83
1,654,234 32,830


1966
Thousands
682
196
15
533
327
1,800
450
1.900
5,903
1,500
2,139
1,621
695
360
6,315
847
1,250
911
4
200
175
2T35
3,662



460
691
2,693
1.977
3/6, 455
272
729
792
1,136
1,440
131
183
2,022
6,705
29
95
96
955
229
5,719
4/7,261
36,301
T73
36,374




Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries

State : Egg-type Total


a
div

SMaine
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.


r-July : July
: 1966 :Average 1960-64: 1965


nd : January
visionn : 1965
: Thousands
: 3,475
: 1,770
: 158
& R.I. 1/: 5,841
4,857
11,610
3,950
19,010
50,671
15,780
16,482
15,872
7,310
: 5,906
C. 61,350
S18,675
: 28,940
11,432
1,088
7,870
9,277
5,824
C. 83,106

: 3/
4,118

6,42.
4,734
17,643
S13,322
3/X7,896
3,184
4,311
9,392
8,798
8,830
1,841
2,604
15,676
54,636

1,315
1,112
7,008
1,730
37,532
4/51,420
ates 349,079
1i 611
349.690


Thousands
3,875
1,896
171
6,785
3,698
14,650
4,864
20,118
56,057
17,750
19,418
17,085
8,845
6,430
69 528.
22,063
27,870
12,990
1,375
8,925
11,193
5,975
90,391


5,34
3/
5,723
6,086
23,601
16 426
3/58,272
2,767
6,530
9,680
10,097
12,301
2,108
2,852
19,519
65,854
~805
1,425
1,200
7,109
1,786
41,751
4/56,225
396,327
408
396.735


Thousands
5,757
1,131
16
1,335
2,348
1,583
797
5,865
18,831
2,306
5,871
1,169
1,048
1,335
11,730
1,291
657
6,009
2/

176
364
2/ 8,659



3/
6,/70

18,262
2,099
35,680
2,747
3/84,481
769
4,316
19,629
13,075
21,677
2,295
653
12,678
75, 1

106
200
2,290
1,436
10,526
4/15,164
213,955
193
214.148


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


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Thousands
6,785
809
1
1312
2,070
1,570
4o5
6,309
19,261 ~
2,310
5,260
1,287
1,025
1,433
11,315
1,253
1,120
4,233
2/
2/
315
324
2/ 7,383
3/

5,7661

23,556
2,077
43,387
3 ,250
3/101,054
675
4,552
30,415
15,811
31,766
2,941
558
15,265
101,983
555
110
365
3,909
1,158
10,502
4/16,804
257,800
191
257.991


: 1966
Thousand.
7,580
796
15
1,315
1,615
1,860
556
6,470
20,207
2,070
4,816
1,676
1,120
1,635
11,317
1,572
1,330
3,965

230
280
2/ 7,588


6,377
3/
24,534
2,242
49,791
3,896
/112,481
473
5,168
30,692
17,219
36,368
3,791
788
16,697
111,196
394
103
282
3,222
1,459
12,021
4/17,636
280,425
173
280,598


: January-July
: 1965 : 1966
s Thousands Thousands
46,393 49,584
5,857 6,067
160 172
11,771 12,730
16,299 13,028
12,110 15,125
5,128 5,703
52,170 52,551
149,888 154,960
20,390 22,260
34,178 37,776
16,410 17,615
10,055 11,790
13,293 15,410
94,326 104,851
23,904 27,955
30,770 29,475
34,749 31,246
2/ 2/

10,803 13,146
6,431 6,492
2/116,047 2/119,378
3/ 3/

42,595 45,V69
3/ 3/
162,192 168,387
14,444 16,412
288,828 337,651
23,719 29,763
3/690,988 3/775,745
5,080 4,493
31,696 35,099
196,522 215,351
109,285 121,162
219,073 242,336
20,318 25,698
6,180 6,922
107,780 115,359
695,934 766,420
3,775 3,694
1,558 1,669
2,764 3,014
21,385 22,091
9,920 10,658
76,466 84 869
4/117,966 4/128,647
1,865,149 2,049,801
1,346 1,168
1.866,495 2,050,969





































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