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

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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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November 1966 : L.'

December 13, 1966

U S. DEPOSITOR


Hatcheries produced 247. 4 million chickens during November compared with
223. 3 million during November 1965 according to the Crop Reporting Board. The
hatch of broiler-type chicks totaled 212.1 million, up 8 percent from November
last year and the largest of record for the month. Accumulative hatch of broiler
chicks during the first 11 months of 1966 was 2, 522.2 million, up 9 percent from
the same period a year earlier and the largest of record for these months. The
number of broiler type eggs in incubators on December 1 was up 3 percent from
December 1, 1965.


Egg-type chicks hatched in November are estimated at 35. 3 million chicks,
an increase of 33 percent from November 1965. Increases occurred in all regions,
and are recorded at 62 percent in the South Atlantic, 46 percent in the South
Central, 36 percent in the East North Central, 26 percent in the West North Central,
24 percent in the West, and 7 percent in the North Atlantic. The hatch of egg-type
chicks during the first 11 months of 1966 totaled 539.1 million, an increase of 17
percent from the same months last year. The number of egg-type eggs in in-
cubators on December 1 was 32 percent above a year earlier.

Poult Production

The total poult production of all breeds during November was 2, 627, 000 poults
compared with 1, 998, 000 for November 1 965, an increase of 31 percent. This is
the second consecutive month that the poult hatch has exceeded production by more
than 30 percent for the same month a year earlier. There were 125, 589, 000 poults
hatched during the first 11 months of 1966, an increase of 10 percent from the January-
November 1965 hatch. The number of turkey eggs of all breeds in incubator on
December 1, 1966 at 6,555,000 is up 50 percent from December 1, 1965.


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (12-66) Washington, D. C.





Broiler and


egg-type chicks hatched by commercial
hatcheries, United States


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

Thousands Thousands Thousands

November 1965 196,814 26,508 223,322
October 1966 : 219,449 37,617 257,066
November 1966 212,061 35,302 247,363

Jan.-November 1965 2,304,008 462,038 2,766,046
Jan.-November 1966 2,522,158 539,140 3,061,298


: Percent Percent Percent

November 1966 as per-
cent of Nov. 1965 : 108 133 111

Jan.-November 1966 as
percent of Jan.- : 109 117 111
November 1965


Chicken eggs in incubators December 1, 1966

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

North Atlantic : 104 117 107
East North Central 120 116 118
West North Central 85 147 109
South Atlantic 103 157 106
South Central : 102 148 105
West : 110 118 113

48 States : 103 132 107


United States 1/ 103 132 107


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 : White : Other : Total : breeds : breeds
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
November 1965 iO1,25T 17W 1,998
October 1966 809 251 1,060 1,300 2,360
November 1966 1,197 264 1,461 1,166 2,627

January-November 1965 : 52,043 49,080 101,123 12,702 113,825
January-November 1966 : 68,307 42,890 111,197 14,392 125,589
Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
Nov. 1966 as percent :
of November 1965 : 119 107 117 157 131

January-Nov. 1966 as
percent of January- 131 87 110 113 110
November 1965

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubator

Geographic : Heavy breeds i/ 1 Light
division 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 November

North Atlantic 2 18 6 3 8 21 6 12
East North Central 180 91 4 0 184 91 72 133
West North Central 322 2/ 129 0 0 322 2/ 129 299 2/ 682
South Atlantic 301 465 124 56 425 521 334 259
South Central 59 118 82 148 141 266 8 24
West : 144 376 30 57 174 433 25 56

United States 1,008 2/1,197 246 264 1,254 2/1,.61 744 2/1,166

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

North Atlantic 0 9 5 5 5 14 0 3
East North Central : 300 255 9 5 309 260 132 169
West North Central 540 2/ 612 82 52 622 g/ 664 472 2/ 864
South Atlantic 591 910 294 90 885 1,000 476 440
South Central 206 984 118 273 324 1,257 10 13
West : 762 1,264 245 494 1,007 1,758 116 113

United States 2,399 2/4,034 753 919 3,152 2/4,953 1,206 2/1,602
December 1, 1966 as : Percent Percent Percent Percent
percent of
December 1, 1965 U.S. : 168 122 157 133
IV 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/ A shift in reporting Heavy white breeds and Light breeds has been made. The sum
of Heavy white breeds and Light breeds is comparable.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


Sta
al
divis

Maine
N. H.
Vt.
Mess. &
Conn.
N. Y.
N. J.
Pa.
N. A.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
E. N. C
Minn.
Iowa
Mb.
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 State
Hawaii
U. S.


te :
id : Nove
iion 1965
Thousands
: 5,455
: 514
: 0
H.I. i] : 728
: 1,107
: o50
: 94
: 4,365
: 12,313
570
2,221
43
: 410
: 1,055
. : 4,292
S 578
: 70
: 1,981

: 2]
: 02
: 0


5


Broiler-type : Egg-type
fiber : January-November : November


:


:


:*


:


:*


2/ 2,631 2 2,600 2/ 44,82 2/ 40,13 1,795 2,261
7,605 6,392 92,754 98,580
13,585 14,639 141,656 168,524
4,816 5,325 56,284 60,466 3 59
404 469 5,264 5,507 4/ 3/
19,624 21,857 235,005 249,759 406 492
1,078 923 14,273 14,750 233 469
36,307 38,263 415,843 479,229 1,627 2,878
1,678 2,199 16,457 21,604 1,586 2,400
87#097 92,067 977,536 1,098,419 3/ 4,245 3/ 6,870
200 h 2,771 V 233 204
3,424 3,725 41,513 43,730 344 485
24,447 24,941 287,726 310,081 1,106 1,162
12,451 14,265 151,509 170,550 874 1,416
27,688 31,623 322,167 355,045 1,254 2,135
2,975 3,281 29,487 36,156 246 388
297 / 4,842 / 135 154
12,324 12,3 139,429 14 ,558 1,676 2,611
83,806 4/ 90,671 9FT,514 4/ 1,068,T7 5,868 8,555
342 524 4,350 4,540 41 33
6 14 272 284 175 207
195 61 2,363 2,424 64 102
1,192 1,868 20,469 22,745 578 802
941 1,130 11,907 13,235 176 239
5.891 6,239 6o,439 66,579 4,051 4,937
5/ 8,584 5/ 9,852 5/ 100, 9 5/ 110,175 5/ 5,270 5/ 6,518
196,730 211,2 2,302,656 2,521,000 26,424 35,272
14 86 1412 1,158 64 30


19i .14


2.120, U


2.304.UOO


26.50UO


35.302


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.
F/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware, Maryland, and West Virginia.
South Central total includes Kentucky and Oklahoma.
West total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.
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1966
Thousands
6,164
525
0
673
1,108
15
94
4,268
12,827
600
1,973
20
450
915

729
25
1,843

2J
3
0


1965
Thousands
64,664
6,395
2
9,032
16,142
765
1,622
50,575

6,860
28,227
728
4,365
114512
51,692
7,527
2,330
32,326


1,5
619


1966
Thousands
69,526
6,826
1
9,046
13,818
600
1,144
49,540
150,501
6,730
27,448
666
4,695
13,475
8,562
1,760
26,475

2/
2,025
547


2.522.158


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1965
Thousands
341
193
4
653
305
1,490
250
1,903
5,139
1,050
1,299
843
660
255
4,101
52U
510
273
20
95
177
192


19bb
Thousands
494
205
0
537
348
1,620
500
1 781
5.485
1,260
2,502
921
630
270
5,583
675
450
458
0
160
218
300






Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries

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


6 691 Average 1960-66: 1965 : 1966 : 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.
Oreg.
Calif.
West
48 States
Hawaii
U. S.


division :


19b5 :
Thousands
4,961
2,470
169
7,744
6,304
17,030
5,105
25,881
69,664
20,780
22,529
19,733
9,730
6,876
79,648
20,562
31,030
12,988
1,123
8,275
9,993
6,744
90,715

6,413

8,639/
6,100
25,086
19, 674
3/67,017
3,933
5,918
13,319
12,453
14,264
2,977
3,350
22, 663
78,477
1,032
1,859
1,424
10,130
2,370
55,856
5/75.201
41,122
916
462.038


1/ Masachusetta 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.
South Central total includes Kentucky and Oklahoma.
West total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.


Thousands
5,703
2,780
174
8,674
5,065
21,160
6,584
27,762
77,902
22,770
29,103
21,861
11,515
7,475
92,724
24,961
29,990
15,216
1,379
9,540
12,289
7, 324
100,699~


7,4k

7,77A
8,303
35,375
252,721
3/85,840
3,520
9,000
14,362
14,878
19,197
3,226
3,587
28,942
96,712
1,026
2,002
1,575
10,701
2,558
63,529
5/84,671
538,548
592
53 9.140


Thousands
5,103
1,009
20
1,260
2,265
1,387
712
5, 029
16,786
1,568
4,116
775
917
1,024
8,400
1,107
446
4,259


93
304
2/6,278_


5,141

15,251
1,791
30,386
2,706
3/72,164
574
3,624
17,087
11,884
18,641
2,156
517
11,377
65,860
394
110
195
1,908
1,046
9,726
5/13,550
183,039
205
183. 244


Thousands Thousands
5,796 6,638
707 730
4 0
1,381 1,210
1,412 1,456
1,540 1,635
344 594
6,268 6,049
17,452 18,312
1,620 1,860
3,520 4,475
886 941
1,070 1,080
1,310 1,185
8,406 9,541
1,106 1,o404
580 475
2,254 2,301
2/ 2/
V/ /
179 221
192 300
2/4,426 2/4,861 2/


5,12 5,914

20,030 22,3A9
1,311 1,392
37,934 41,141
3,264 4,599
3/89,342 3/98,937 3
433 4_/
3,768 4,210
25,553 26,103
13,325 15,681
28,942 33,758
3,221 3,669
432 4
14,000 14,922
89,674 4/99,226 1,
383 557
181 221
259 163
1,770 2,670
1,117 1,369
9,942 11,176
5/13,854 5/16 370 5
223,154 247,247 2
168 116
223.322 247.363 2


Thousands
69,625
8,865
171
16,776
22,446
17,795
6,727
76,456
218,861
27,640
50,756
20,461
14,095
18,388
131,340
28,089
33,360
45,314


11, 57
7,363
/15. 541


Thousands
75,229
9,606
175
17,720
18,883
21,760
7,728
77,302
226,403
29,500
56,551
22,527
16,210
20,950
145,738
33,523
31,750
41,691


14,3T4
7,871
2/140,b32


67,950

257,526
23,053
514,6o4
47, 325
3/1,184.259

52,730
324,443
185,428
374,242
39,382
V
174,500
4/1,165 470
5,566
2,286
3,999
33,446
15,793
130,108
5/194,846
3,059,548
1,750
3,061,298


62,697

243,624
20,373
440,929
36,131
4,4,553
6,704
47,431
301,045
163,962
336,431
32,464
8,192
162, 162
058,391
5,382
2,131
3,787
30,599
14,277
116,295
.75,290
,763,281
2,0 6
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