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Title:
Hatchery production
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Special ... hatchery report
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Language:
English
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
Publisher:
United States Crop Reporting Board
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Washington, D.C
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monthly, with special reports
monthly
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Poultry -- Hatcheries -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Chicks -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

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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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oclc - 01781240
lccn - sc 78000027
issn - 0093-0121
ocm01781240
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ddc - 353
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AA00010659:00045

Related Items

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

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October 1966
SL N ov ember 16, 196-6--
L.._ _.S DEPOSITORY
Chick Production

Chick production by hatcheries during October 1966 was 257.1 million, 15 percent
above the 224. 0 million in October 1965, according to the Crop Reporting Board.
The hatch of broiler-type chicks totaled 219.4 million, up 12 percent from
October 1965 and the largest of record for the month. During January through
October 1966 there were 2,310. 1 million broiler-type chicks produced, 10 percent
above the corresponding period in 1965 and the largest of record for these months.
The number of broiler-type eggs in incubator on November 1, 1966 was 7 percent
above November 1, last year.

There were 37. 6 million egg-type chicks hatched during October--up 34 percent
from October 1965. All regions recorded increases from a year earlier. Increases
were as follows: South Atlantic, 57 percent; East North Central and South Central,
35 percent each; West North Central, 32 percent; West, 30 percent, and North
Atlantic, 16 percent. The hatch of egg-type chicks during the first ten months of
1966 totaled 503. 8 million--an increase of 16 percent from the same period last
year. The number of egg-type eggs in incubator on November 1, 1966 was 29
percent above November 1, 1965.

Poult Production

The number of poults of all breeds hatched during October 1966 was 2, 360, 000,
an increase of 38 percent from the 1, 704, 000 hatched in October 1965. There were
122, 962, 000 poults hatched during the first ten months of 1966, an increase of
10 percent from the same period in 1965. The number of turkey eggs of all breeds
in incubator on November 1, 1966 at 3, 660, 000 is up 18 percent from November 1, 1965.


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (11-66) Washington, D. C.





Broiler and egg-type chicks hatched by commercial
hatcheries, United States


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

Thousands Thousands Thousands

October 1965 : 195,932 28,064 223,996
September 1966 212,420 35,519 247,939
October 1966 : 219,449 37,617 257,066

Jan.-October 1965 2,107,194 435,530 2,542,724
Jan.-October 1966 2,310,097 503,838 2,813,935


Percent Percent Percent

October 1966 as per- :
cent of October 1965 : 112 134 115

Jan.-October 1966 as
percent of Jan.-
October 1965 : 110 116 111


Chicken eggs in incubators [Icmerb.cr 1, 1966

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

North Atlantic 107 112 108
East North Central 102 130 116
West North Central 90 120 102
South Atlantic 108 165 111
South Central : 108 140 110
West : 107 108 108

48 States : 107 129 110


United States / : 107 129 110

IJ Includes Hawaii.


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries, United States

Month : Number poults hatched 1/
and : Heavy breeds : Light : Total
Year : White : Other : Total : breeds : breeds
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
October 1965 : 6 180 8 880 Il,7o
September 1966 843 28 871 1,014 1,885
October 1966 809 251 l,060 1,300 2,360

January-October 1965 : 51,035 48,834 99,869 11,958 111,827
January-October 1966 : 67,110 42,626 109,736 13,226 122,962
: Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
October 1966 as percent :
of October 1965 126 139 129 148 138

January-October 1966 as
percent of January- 131 87 110 111 110
October 1965

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubator

Geographic Heavy breeds l/ : Light
division White : Other : Total : breeds /1
: 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 : 1965 : 1966 65 : 1966
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during October

North Atlantic 0 2/ 2 2/ 2 2 0 33
East North Central 102 Y/ 3 0 105 3/ 102 194
West North Central 259 .,/1/195 0 0 259 3/&/195 422 4/635
South Atlantic 150 332 123 55 273 387 310 293
South Central 4: o 64 52 166 92 230 17 78
West 93 0 22// 93 2/ 29 67

United States : 644 4/809 180 251 824 4/1,060 880 4/1,300

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

North Atlantic 4 2/ 7 2/ 11 2/ 12 16
East North Central 245 3/ 9 0 254 3/ 138 245
West North Central 527 .//435 0 0 527 3/1/435 472 4/884
South Atlantic 430 627 210 79 640 706 486 363
South Central 100 167 128 224 228 391 13 35
West 237 2/ 59 i/ 296 2/ 31 39

United States : 1,543 4/1,690 413 388 1,956 4/2,078 1,152 4/1,582
November 1, 1966 as Percent Percent Percent Percent
percent of
November 1, 1965 U. S. 1:10 94 106 137
l/ Heavy white breeds include heavy white-feathered breeds, such as Broad white, white
Holland, Empire white, Lancaster, and crosses with light white breeds. All other heavy breeds
are reported under "other." Light breeds include.Beltsville, Jersey Buff, Royal Palm and
wild turkeys. 2/ Confidential to avoid disclosing individual operations. 3/ E.N.C. and
W.N.C. combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 4/ Beginning with the week ending
October 15, 1966, a shift in reporting Heavy white breeds and Light breeds was made. The sum
of the Heavy white breeds and light breeds is comparable.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries
State Broiler-type : Egg-type
and October : January-October : October


division : 1965 : 1966 :


Maine
N. H.
Vt.
Mass. & R.I. I/
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.
Greg.
Calif.
West
48 States
Hawaii
U. S.


Thousands
5,692
590
0
749
1,o040o
70
97
3,938
12,176
490
2,604
36
410
855


4,395
60
2,475

2/


Thousands
6,018


641
0
888
1,044
20
76
4,324
13,011
560
2,249
31
450
o80
4:270
6o06
30
2,191
2/]
2/


19b5
Thousands
59,209
5,881
2
8,304
15,035
715
1,528
46,210
136,884
6,290
26,006
685
3,955
10,457
47,393

2,260
30,34h5


:


:


:


9 11 1,592 2,022 121 229
5 10 619 7 219_299
/3,087 P/ 2,848 2 2,97 2/ 37,533 1,939 2,
7,376 8,848 85,149 90,188
12,584 15,429 128,071 153,885 3 3
4,793 4,576 51,468 55,141 30 82
403 425 4,860 5,038 /1 3/
19,854 21,572 2)5,381 227,902 536 580
1,101 1,154 13,195 13,827 314 676
36,069 41,453 379,536 440,966 1,929 2,974
1,693 21____ 14 779 1940o 1,565 2,552
83,873 95,5839 1,00 352 4,718 37,402
220 43 2,571 2,014 213 154
3,366 3,901 38,089 40,005 306 741 -
25,243 26,657 263,279 285,140 911 1,305
12,088 15,224 139,058 156,285 858 1,076
28,108 32,674 294,479 323,422 1,455 1,722
2,813 3,030 26,512 32,875 256 321
330 440 4,545 5,099 194 218
11.757 1 ,584 127,175 1333,247 1,806 2,532
83,9g5 ,7153 T95 7 J5o. 087 5,9099 8,70690
29 324 4,00 4,016 49 71
8 8 266 270 82 124
186 136 2,168 2,363 46 76
2,026 1,929 19,277 20,877 1,295 1,089
802 1,026 10,966 12,105 176 195
5,025 5,477 54,548 60,340 4,528 6,283
353 / 90 50 4 323 4/ 6.2 4/ 8150
S295,89 219,3506 309,25 2003 37,557
123 91 1,7u 1,072 61 60
195. 932 219(449 2.107.19~ 2.310.097 28,064 37.617


l/ Massachusetts and Rhode Island
2/ To avoid disclosing individual
South Dakota.


combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
operations Wept North Central total includes North and


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

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b1966
Thousands
3i7382
6,301
1
8,373
12,710
585
1,050
45,272

6,130
25,475
646
4,245
12.560
49,056
7,33
1,735
24,632
2/
g/


Thousands


0
459
393
1,310
375
1,547

1,190
1,326
969
60oo
257
4,342
536
600
373
15
1.05


1966
Thousands
429
182
0
517
444
1,520
340
2,026

1,320
2,284
1,221
820
235

836
510
440
4
280


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries

State : Egg-type Total
and : January-October October


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass. & R.I. I/
Gonn.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
N. A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E. N. C.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Daek.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
W. N. C.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W.V&.
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.


division


V434, 69
832
-435,530


1965 :
Thousands
4,620
2,277
165
7,091
5,999
15,540
4,855
23,978
64,525
19,730
21,230
18,890
9,070
6,621
75,541
20,034
30,520
12,715
9,283
8,180
9,816
6,552
=82920


6,0 O

8,213
5,867
23,459
18o,0886
3 72,772,
3,700
5,574
12,213
11,579
13,010
2,731
3,215
20.987
73,009
991
1,684
1,360
9,552
2,194
51,805


503,276O
562
503,838


1965 : 1966


1966
Thousands
5,209
2,575
174
8,137
4,717
19,540
6,o84
25,981
72,417
21,510
26,601
20,940
10,885
7,205
87,141
24,286
29,540
14,758
10,759
9,380
12,071
7,024


6,895
3/
7,275
7,834
32,497
23,321
3/78,970
3,316
8,515
13,200
13,462
17,062
2,838
3,433
26'331

993
1,795
1,473
9,899
2,319
58.592


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.


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:Average 1960-64:
Thousands
5,221
1,006
14
1,206
2,235
1,420
653
4,686
16,440
1,694
4,432
887
938
925
8,876
1,136
412
2
98
108
265
2/6,164


4,912

15,338
1,844
30,591
2,735
3/72:260
578
3,736
17,160
11,343
18,497
2,132
528
11,056

355
101
155
2,028
1,023
9,966
4/13,830
182,600
206
182,B06E


Thousands
6,150
773
0
1,208
1,433
1,380
472
5,485
16,901
1,680
3,930
1,005
1,010
1,112
8,737
1,074
660


105
130
224
2/5,056


5,133
3/
20,390
1,415
37,998
3,258

433l
3,672
26,154
12,946
29,563
3,069
524
13,563
89,924
338
90
232
3,321
978
9,553
4/14,o603

184
223,996


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m


Thousands
6,447
823
0
1,405
1,488
1,540
416
6,350
18,469
1,880
4,533
1,252
1,270
1,215
10,150
1,442
540


240
309
2/5,446


5,158
3/
22,152
1,830
44,427
4,663
3/102:970
197
4,642
28,162
16,300
34,396
3,351
658
15,116
102,822
385
132
212
3,018
1,221
11,760
4/17,058
256,915
151
257,066


: January-october
: 1965 : 1966
Thousands Thousands
63,829 68,591
8,158 8,876
167 175
15,395 16,510
21,034 17,427
16,255 20,125
6,383 7,134
70,188 71,253
201,409 210,091
26,020 27,640
47,236 52,076
19,575 21,586
13,025 15,130
17,078 19,765
122,934 136,197
26,983 32,119
32,780 31,275


8,195 9,597
11,408 14,093
7,171 7,571
2/131,1117 2/135,971
:3/
57,535 62,036
3/ 3/
223,549 235,177
19,062 21,661
402,995 473,463
32,867 42,726
3/955,211 3/1,085,322
6,271 5,330
43,663 48,520
275,492 298,340
150,637 169,747
307,489 340,484
29,243 35,713
7,760 8,532
148,162 159,578
968,717 1,ob066,244
4,999 5,009
1,950 2,065
3,528 3,836
28,829 30,776
13,160 14,424
106,353 118,932
47161:436 4/178,476
2,540,824 2l,812,301
1,900 1,64
2,542,724 2,613,935


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