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Hatchery production
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Special ... hatchery report
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Began with: Jan. 1948
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Hatchery report
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Hatchery production, annual revisions
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Eggs, chickens and turkeys

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SEPTEMBER 196 UNi OF FL LIB

October 16, 1968


SU.S. DEPO3eIS Pro auction

Hatcheries produced 240 million chicks during September, an increase of
2 percent from a year earlier, according to the Crop Reporting Board. The
number of broiler-type chicks hatched totaled 204 million, up 1 percent from
September 1967. Broiler-type chick hatch during the first nine months of 1968
totaled 2, 141 million chicks compared with 2, 126 million for the same period a
year earlier. Broiler-type eggs in incubators on October 1 were up 5 percent
from a year earlier.

Egg-type chicks hatched during September are estimated at 36 million, up
5 percent from September 1967. All regions showedincreases except the
West North Central which was unchanged and the South Central which declined
5 percent. Regional increases were: North Atlantic, 15 percent; South Atlantic,
14 percent; West, 8 percent; and East North Central, 2 percent. During the
first nine months of 1968, egg-type chicks hatched totaled 399 million, 11 percent
below the same period a year earlier. Egg-type eggs in incubators on October 1
were 14 percent above October 1, 1967.



Poult Production


Poult production of all breeds during September totaled 2, 047, 000, down
15 percent from the September 1967 hatch of 2,408, 000 poults. Heavy breed
poults hatched during September were 1, 027, 000, down 17 percent from a year
earlier. The hatch of light breed poults totaled 1, 020, 000, down 13 percent.
Turkey poults hatched during the first nine months of 1968 totaled 107, 059, 000,
a decrease of 18 percent from the same period of 1967. On October 1, there
were 3, 335,000 turkey eggs in incubators, 18 percent below a year earlier.
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JNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (10-68) Washington, D. C. 20250






Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries, Utited States

By BMonths : Cmulative
Month 5-year Change from Change from
average last year last year
ThouB Thou. Thou. Percent Th. Thou. Pct.
Broiler-type :


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

ERR-type

January
February
1Mrch
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Total Chicks

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


189,472
184,158
215,534
220,850
230,597
215,866
210,166
193,877
177,274
185,606
186,268
194,103


31,687
40,528
69,856
87,241
77,605
45,708
31,085
27,393
27,906
29,001
e6,332
26,342


221,159
224,686
285,390
308,090
308,202
261,574
241,251
221,270
205,180
214,608
212,600
220,445


225,260
217,590
256,135
250,348
257,042
244,971
241,078
232,283
201,668
205,637
211,342
215,188



39,761
46,315
66,132
74,418
68,073
47,929
34,040
36,011
34,603
32,878
27,681
26,977


265,021
263,905
322,267
324,766
325,115
292,900
275,118
268,294
236,271
238,515
239,023
242,165


229,018
219,197
247,342
248,857
261,528
251,583
245,827
233,574
203,887





33,458
38,126
53,520
62,245
59,227
43,701
35,971
35,879
36,485


265,021 262,476
528,926 519,799
851,193 820,661
1,175,959 1,131,763
1,501,074 1,452,518
1,793,974 1,747,802
2,069,092 2,029,600
2,337,386 2,299,053
2,573,657 2,539,425
2,812,172
3,051,195
3,293,360


225,260
442,850
698,985
949,333
1,206,375
1,451,346
1,692,424
1,924,707
2,126,375
2,332,012
2,543,354
2,758,542



39,761
86,076
152,208
226,626
294,699
342,628
376,668
412,6795
447,282
480,160
507,841
534,818


- 2,545
- 9,127
-30,532
-44,196
-48,556
-46,172
-39,492
-38,333
-34,232


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229,018
448,215
695,557
944,41
1,205,942
1,457,525
1,703,352
1,936,926
2,140,813





33,458
71,584
125,104
187,349
246,576
290,277
326,248
362,127
398,612


+ 3,758
+ 5,365
- 3,428
- 4,919
- 433
+ 6,179
+10,928
+12,219
+14,438





- 6,303
-14,492
-27,104
-39,277
-48,123
-52,351
-50,420
-50,552
-48,670


262,476
257,323
300,862
311,102
320,755
295,284
281,798
269,453
240,372






Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States

By months : Cumulative
C
State 5-year 1967 1968 Change from. 1967 1968 *Change from
average : last year : last year
Thou. Thou. Thou. Pct. Thou. Thou. Thou. Pct.

Heavy breeds _/

January 3,415 7,396 4,277 -42 7,396 4,277 -3,119 -42
February 7,626 13,028 8,209 -37 20,424 12,486 -7,938 -39
March 17,187 21,791 16,907 -22 42,215 29,393 -12,822 -30
April 20,429 22,119 19,024 -14 64,334 48,417 -15,917 -25
May 20,874 22,515 20,003 -11 86,849 68,420 -18,429 -21
June 15,086 17,675 15,809 -11 104,524 84,229 -20,295 -19
July 6,885 8,423 8,073 4 112,947 92,302 -20,645 -18
August -1,838 2,194 1,926 -12 115,141 94,228 -20,913 -18
September 833 1,232 1,027 -17 116,373 95,255 -21,118 -18
October 913 1,515 117,888
November :1,211 1,860 119,748
December 2,081 2,462 122,210

Light breeds I/j

January 701 1,056 825 -22 1,056 825 -231 -22
February 740 990 702 -29 2,046 1,527 -519 -25
March 968 1,073 901 -16 3,119 2,428 -691 -22
April :1,194 1,035 1,237 +20 4,154 3,665 -489 -12
May 1,699 1,349 1,360 + 1 5,503 5,025 -478 9
June 1,744 1,977 2,001 + 1 7,480 7,026 -454 6
July 1,869 2,482 2,137 -14 9,962 9,163 -799 8
August 1,295 2,340 1,621 -31 12,302 10,784 -1,518 -12
September 746 1,176 1,020 -13 13,478 11,804 71,674 -12
October 745 1,108 14,586
November 661 889 15,475
December 741 879 16,354

Total all
breeds

January 4,116 8,452 5,102 -40 8,452 5,102 -3,350 -40
February 8,367 14,018 8,911 -36 22,470 14,013 -8,457 -38
March 18,155 22,864 17,808 -22 45,334 31,821 -13,513 -30
April 21,623 23,154 20,261 -12 68,488 52,082 -16,406 -24
May : 22,573 23,864 21,363 -10 92,352 73,445 -18,907 -20
June 16,830 19,652 17,810 9 112,004 91,255 -20,749 -19
July : 8,755 10,905 10,210 6 122,909 101,465 -21,444 -17
August : 3,133 4,534 3,547 -22 127,443 105,012 -22,431 -18
September : 1,579 2,408 2,047 -15 129,851 107,059 -22,792 -18
October : 1,658 2,623 132,474
November : 1,872 2,749 135,223
December : 2,822 3,341 138,564

1/ Heavy breeds include Broad white, white Holland, Empire white, Lancaster, crosses between
heavy and light breeds, bronze and other heavy breeds. Light breeds include Beltsville,
Jersey Buff, and wild turkeys.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries
State : Broiler-type : Egg-type
and S: september : January through September : September
division 1967 : 1968 : 1967 196 : 1967 : 19
Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands
Maine 5,326 5,071 59,212 57,515 560 402
N. H. 549 383 5,349 4,468 151 104
Vt. 0 0 0 11 0 7
Mass. & R. I. 1/ 663 669 6,912 6,607 329 419
Conn. 797 832 9,624 9,862 235 165
N. Y. 2 / 2 2 1,480 1,530
N. J. : 2/ 2 2 185 440
Pa. 4.91 4.887 43389 47316 1.263 1758
N. A. 2/11.992 2/11,908 2/125,533 2/126,660 4,203 4,825
Ohio 460 400 5,330 4,970 1,550 1,200
Ind. 1,732 1,968 18,056 18,481 2,298 2,740
Ill. : 9 1 351 172 1,282 1,293
Mich. 3/ j/ 3/ 4750 650
Wis. 1,016 1,050 11,422 11,480 229 345
Minn. 748 836 7,967 8,812 834 797
Iowa 120 V/ 2,800 4/ 720 630
Mo. 1,468 758 20,219 10,260 762 806
N. Dak. ./ 41 3/ 34 0 0
s. Dak, 3/ : 3 / 112 234
Nebr. 22 20 1,855 1,731 191 271
Kans. : 5 3 632 793 360 250
N. C. : 3/5800 4/5,211 3/7,189 4/60 9088 9.21
Del. 7,896 6,396 85,392 74,493
Md. 12,484 14,122 137,812 147,083
Va. 5,270 4,938 50,227 49,901 454 26
W. Va. : 405 81 4,120 2,680 /
N. C. 19,819 20,448 213,833 a24,578 726 5
S. C. : 1,74 1,267 14,403 14,406 468 583
Ga. 36,985 35,834 382,790 377,829 2,181 3,1 4o
Fla. : 3.126 3.424 30.317 34.464 2.821 3.004
S.A. : 87,729 86.510 918,894 925.434 5/6,682 5/7,624
Ky. : 6 6 6/ 6/ 238 223
Tenn. 2,262 2,409 27,739 23,418 549 823
Ala. 25,560 25,419 261,184 268,336 1,125 953
Miss. 15,350 15,599 150,317 155,025 1,281 1,a92
Ark. 30,120 32,522 307,793 320,445 1,698 1,437
La. 3,531 3,229 33,719 33,057 215 266
Okla. 6. V 6 395 370
Texas 10.925 12.373 12.537 131.064 2.018 1,811
S.C. C6/87963 6/91.750 6/1281 6/935,283 7,519 7,175
Idaho 377 523 4,494 4,797 36 65
Colo. 6 4 237 167 39 108
Utah 131 96 1,323 1,191 153 121
Wash. : 1,625 1,625 19,713 18,091 1,049 810
Oreg. 916 941 10,600 11,244 313 236
Calif. : 5.053 5.269 57.204 56.695 5.176. 5928
West. I/ : 8,18 8,506 9 .78 92.899 7,111 7,645
U. : 201,668 203,887 2.126.375 2.140,813 34.603 36,485
1/ Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
/ North Atlantic total includes New York and New Jersey to avoid disclosing individual operations.
North Central total includes Michigan, North and South Dakota to avoid disclosing individual
operations.
4/ North Central total includes Michigan, Iowa, North and South Dakota to avoid disclosing
individual operations.


Footnotes contivied on following page.








St
div


ate
rnd
Vision


Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries
Egg-type : Total
Jan. through Sept. : September : Jan. through Sept.


1967
Thous.


1968
Thous.


Average
1962-66
Thous.


1967 :
Thous.


1968 "
Thous.


1967 T 1968
Thous. Thous.


Maine 5,559 4,642 5,223 5,886 5,473 64,771 62,157
N. H. : 2,098 1,594 923 700 487 7,447 6,062
vt. 88 59 6 0 7 88 70
Mass. & R.I. i/ 5,886 6,256 1,089 992 1,088 12,798 12,863
Conn. : 3,973 3,464 1,802 1,032 997 13,597 13,326
N. Y. 17,820 15,350 1,396 2/ 2 2/ 2
N. J. 3,565 2,925 508 2 2/ 2E
Pa. : 20,033 18,485 5,316 5,854 6,645 63,422 65,801
N. A. 59,022 52,77 16,263 2/16,195 2/16,];3 2/184,555 2/179',435
Ohio : 17,850 13,235 1,90 2,010 1,600 23,180 18,205
Ind. 27,660 25,973 4,394 4,030 4,708 45,716 44,454
I. : 18,606 16,433 1,095 1,291 1,294 18,957 16,605
Mich. 7,250 7,260 1/ // 4/
Wis. 5,798 5,265 1,078 1,245 1,395 17,220 16,745
Minn. 20,345 16,023 1,209 1,582 1,633 28,312 24,835
Iowa : 24,050 15,705 618 840 4] 26,850 4/
Mo. : 14,640 13,552 3,313 2,230 1,5 34,859 23,812
N. Dak. : 1,417 1,130 4/ 3/ i8 2/ 4
S. Dak. : 7,860 5,403 3/ 3
Nebr. : 8,762 7,467 197 213 291 10,617 9,198
Kans. 5,569 4,610 289 365 253 6,201 5,403
N : 159807 132056 3/,196 3/14 /1429 3/232996 4/192593
Del. / / / 2/ 5/
Va. 5,356 3,691 4,992 5,72 5,202 55,583 53,592
W. Va. 5/ 2/ 2/ 2/ 2/ 2/ 2/
N. C. 8,204 7,144 18,291 20,545 21,042 222,037 231,722
S. C. 6,900 5,918 1,642 2,212 1,850 21,303 20,324
Ga. 28,237 27,326 34,816 39,166 38,974 411,027 405,155
Fla. : 26,348 27271 2,962 5,947 6,428 56,665 61,735
S. A. / : 76,069 72,30 8163 94,411 94 4 994,963 997,73
Ky. : 2,965 2,7 377 6b
Tenn. 7,008 8,208 3,884 2,811 3,232 34,747 31,626
Ala. 11,370 10,178 21,444 26,685 26,372 272,554 278,514
Miss. 12,879 11,843 13,109 16,631 16,891 163,196 166,868
Ark. : 15,688 15,798 24,083 31,818 33,959 323,481 336,243
La. 2,526 2,550 2,433 3,746 3,495 36,245 35,607
Okla. 4,239 3,534 477 6 6/ 6/ 6/
Texas : 23.161 19.457 11,907 12,43 .14,184 152,698 150,521
S.o 79836 741 7714 6/9 6 /98,92 6/994,117 6/1,009,:99
daho : 773 694 413 413 588 5,267 5,491
Colo. 1,614 1,431 110 45 112 1,851 1,598
Utah 1,337 1,291 238 284 217 2,660 2,482
Wash. 9,515 7,213 2,143 2,674 2,435 29,228 25,304
Oreg. : 2,824 2,598 1,106 1,229 1,177 13,424 13,842
Calif. 52,553 50,081 9,935 10,229 11,197 109,757 106,776
West. / : 72548 67,162 14,369 15,295 16.151 167,026 160,061
U. S. : 47,282 398,612 205,175 236,271 240,372 2,573,657 2,539,425
V/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia to avoid disclosing
individual operations.
6/ South Central total includes Kentucky and Oklahoma to avoid disclosing individual
operations.
/ *bst total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and Hawaii to
adoU disclosing individual operations.


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Chicken eggs in incubators October 1, 1968

Georahc : Percent change from October 1, 1967
Geographic 1
division Broiler-type Egg-type Total eggs

North Atlantic 101 109 103
East I.orth Central : 104 106 106
West North Central : 79 128 106
South Atlantic 103 142 105
South Central 108 115 109
West : 103 96 100
United States 105 114 106



Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators

Geograhic : Total breeds 1/
division Heavy breeds : Light breeds : All breeds
: 1967 : 196 : 1967 : 19 : 1967 : 196
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during September

North Atlantic 2 1 1 0 3 1
East North Central : 87 87 111 45 198 132
West North Central : 266 150 693 715 959 865
South Atlantic 569 394 301 203 870 597
South Central 214 292 36 28 250 320
West : 94 103 34 29 128 132
United States 1,232 1,027 1,176 1,020 2,408 2,047

Turkey eggs in
incubator October 1

North Atlantic : 16 1 1 2 17 3
East North Central : 114 162 135 100 249 262
West North Central : 280 209 1,014 1,098 1,294 1,307
South Atlantic : 1,145 837 378 310 1,523 1,147
South Central : 650 458 90 15 740 473
West : 198 112 68 31 266 143
United States 2,403 1,779 1,686 1,556 4,089 3,335

October 1968 as
percent of
October 1967

United States : 74 92 82

V/ Heavy breeds include Broad white, white Holland, Empire white, Lancaster, crosses
between heavy and light breeds, bronze and other heavy breeds. Light breeds include
Beltsville, Jersey Buff, and wild turkeys.


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