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


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HAj ERY ,
HA HERY PRODUCTION
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June 15, 1962

Chick Production

Hatcheries produced 290, 400, 000 chicks during May 1962--
down 2 percent from May 1961. Production of broiler-type chicks
totaled 207, 306, 000--down 2 percent from May last year. Eggs
in incubators on June 1 indicate that the hatch of broiler-type
chicks in June will be less than in June 1961. Broiler-type chicks
hatched during the first 5 months of 1962 at 956, 825, 000 were
down 3 percent from this period in 1961. Egg-type chick pro-
duction in May totaled 83, 094, 000--down 2 percent from May
last year. The cumulative hatch for the first 5 months of 1962
totaled 328, 434, 000--down 9 percent from this period in 1961 and
slightly less than the hatch of 330, 329, 000 during the same period
in 1960. Eggs in incubators on June 1 indicate that the egg-type
hatch in June 1962 will be larger than the hatch in June 1961.




Poult Production

May poult production was 4 percent less than in May 1961.
Compared with May 1961 hatch of heavy white breed poults
totaled 6, 308, 000--up 9 percent. Other heavy breed poults
(mostly broad-breasted bronze) totaled 14,168, 000--down 6 per-
cent, and light breeds at 1, 459, 000 were down 29 percent. The
cumulative hatch of turkey poults during the first 5 months of
1962 totaled 65, 930, 000--down 19 percent from these months in
1961. The cumulative hatch of heavy white breeds was down 5
percent, other heavy breeds down 21 percent, and light breeds
down 39 percent. Eggs in incubators on June 1 indicate that the
hatch of heavy white breeds in June will be about the same as in
June 1961. The hatches of other heavy breeds and light breeds
will be smaller.


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Statistical Reporting Service Crop Reporting Board


Washington, D. C.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


State :Broiler-type : Egg-type
and :May: Jan. through May May


1961
Thousands


1962 1/
Thousands


1961
Thousands


: 1962 1/
Thousands


division


1961 : 1962 1/
Thousands Thousands


Maine : 5,494 5,793 26,075 26,281 521 571
N. H. 1,202 1,171 5,602 5,970 441 358
Vt. : 0 0 0 83 92
Mass. & R.I. /: 1,207 864 6,447 3,885 1,379 1,546
Conn. 2,789 2,026 13,929 10,323 749 1,053
N. E. 10,692 9,854 52,053 46,459 3,173 3,620
N. Y. 556 450 3,378 1,970 2,259 2,000
N. J. 6u 270 2,700 1,145 1,700 1,500
Pa. 4,736 5,030 25,017 21,960 4,241 4,507
M. A. 6,252 5,750 31,095 25,075 8,200 8,007
Ohio 1,520 1,500 6,270 6,700 3,710 3,900
Ind. : 5,689 4,495 26,414 22,236 4,474 4,550
Ill. 817 609 4,055 2,599 4,344 4,341
Mich. 590 500 2,450 2,180 1,530 1,700
Wis. 1,461 1,300 7,735 6,500 2,236 1,700
E. N. C. 10,077 8,404 46,924 40,215 16,294 16,191
Minn. 950 1,250 3,810 5,232 7,900 7,700
Iowa 565 510 2,380 1,910 13,700 12,500
Mo. 7,488 5,550 35,091 27,431 5,160 4,085
N. Dak. 3 900 800
S. Dak. / / / 3,523 3,370
Nebr. 275 320 1,186 1,007 4,112 3,604
Kans. 389 330 1,815 1,560 1,583 1,250
W. N. C. 3/ 9,851 3/ 8,060 3/44,790 3/37,397 36,878 33,309
Del. 6,510 6,380 33,105 31,676 4/ 4/
Md. : 11,333 12,092 58,996 53,875 223 229
Va. 7,450 7,427 35,658 34,590 691 833
W. Va. 923 514 4,068 2,388 4/
N. C. 18,487 19,382 85,429 87,116 V70 1,234
S. C. 2,544 2,154 10,529 9,792 497 641
Ga. 37,871 38,145 176,286 178,872 1,755 1,964
Fla. : 1,846 1,772 8,703 8,941 1,158 1,350
S. A. 86,964 87,66 412,774 407,250 4/ 5,347 4/ 6,373
Ky. 900 625 5,210 2,640 620 460
Tenn. 4,180 4,050 18,540 18,840 1,110 940
Ala. : 20,019 20,609 89,318 93,437 696 754
Miss. : 14,278 13,961 64,757 64,121 442 658
E. S. C. 39,377 39,245 177,825 179,038 2,868 2,812
Ark. 20,706 21,841 91,387 100,009 527 807
La. 2,499 2,156 11,328 9,760 250 265
Okla. 767 925 3,591 4,455 615 470
Texas 13,769 13,348 61,559 60,510 2,404 2,237
w. S. C. 37,741 38,270 167,865 174,734 3,796 3,779
Idaho : 553 461 2,210 2,065 257 245
Colo. 66 32 269 146 323 298
Utah 302 219 1,032 918 216 268
Nev. : --- --- -- --- --- ---
Mount. 5/ 1,054 5/ 789 5/ 3,999 5/ 3,427 5/ 1,206 5/1,245
Wash. : 1,610 1,536 7,245 6,946 1,098 1,027
Oreg. 1,740 1,396 7,771 6,735 416 417
Calif. : 6,617 6,136 30,913 29,549 5,614 6,314
Pac. 9,967 9,06d 45,929 43,230 7,128 7,755
U. 211,975 207,306 983,254 956,825 84,890 83,094
i Preliminary. 2/ Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual
operations. 3/ To avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central total includes
North and South Dakota. 4/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware and West Virginia. Y/ Mountain
total includes Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Arizona.


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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries
State Egg-type T o t a
and : Jan. through May : May : Jan. through May
division : 196 : 1962 1/ :Average 1956-60: 1961: 1962 1/: 1961 : 1962 1/
:Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands T'hloi.uni.r Thousands Thousands
Maine : 2,040 2,180 5,430 6,015 6,364 25,115 28,61
N.H. 1,774 1,858 2,214 1,643 1,529 7,376 7,828
Vt. : 371 298 90 83 92 371 298
Mass. & R.I. /: 7,128 6,815 3,161 2,586 2,430 13,575 10,700
Conn. 4,491 4,898 4,911 3,538 3,079 18,420 15,221
N.E. 15,504 16,049 15,0b6 13,865 13,474 67,57 62,505
N.Y. 8,984 8,500 3,033 3,115 2,450 12,362 10,470
N.J. 9,500 7,960 3,736 2,360 1,770 12,200 9,105
Pa. : 20,183 19,997 9,346 8,977 9,537 45,200 41,957
M.A. 38,667 36,457 16,115 14,452 13,757 69,762 61,532
Ohio 16,L30 16,650 7,052 5,230 5,'- 22,700 23,350
Ind. : 18,499 17,414 11,985 10,163 9,045 44,933 39,650
Ill. 19,407 17,319 7,211 5,161 4,950 23,462 19,918
Mich. 7,170 6,600 2,741 2,120 2,200 9,620 8,780
Wis. 9,043 7,630 4,286 3,697 3,000 16,7738 14,130
E.N.C. 70,549 65,613 33,275 26,371 2L,,- : 117,473 105,b82
Minn. : 28, 45 24,140 10,025 8,850 8, 50 32,255 29,372
Iowa 43,200 33,540 16,767 34,265 13,010 45,/ 35,450
Mo. 16,488 11,848 12,560 12, 6) ,C35 51,579 39,279
N.Dak. 2,431 1,911 3/ 3/ 3/ 3/ 3
S.Dak. : 11,243 9,720 / 3// 3/
Nebr. 15,805 12, ?30 57, 6 T,3 7 37921: 167991 1837
Kans. 7,827 6,050 2,869 1,972 1,580 9,642 7,610
W.N.C. 1 .- : .' -
Del. 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ -4 4/
Md. : 174 3 51 97223 11.556 127321 60,139 5),826
Va. : 3574 3,892 8,713 8,143 8,260 39,232 3 8, 82
W.Va. 4/ 4/ / 4/ / 4/ / t/
N.C. : 67548 67198 13,057 19,357 20,616 91,977 :,314
S.C. 3,647 3,605 2,080 3,041 2,795 11, 176 13,397
Ga. 8,479 8,758 30,52F 39,626 40,109 184,765 187,630
Fla. 5,786 6,533 2,887 3,004 3,122 1L4,489 15,474
S.A. /29,79 4/30,0 75029 4/2,31 4/94,23 4442,563 4/37,6 5
Ky. 2,535 1,955 2,440 1,520 1,085 7,745 4,595
Tenn. : 5,30 4,570 4,548 5,290 4,990 23,970 23,410
Ala. 4,756 4,683 12,885 20,715 21,363 94,071 98,120
Miss. : 2,580 3,685 8,606 14,720 14,619 67,337 67,806
E.S.C. 15,301 14,893 28,479 42,245 42,057 193,126 193,931
Ark. : 2,881 3,135 12,991 21,233 22,648 94,268 103,144
La. 1,007 1,052 1,880 2,749 2,421 12,335 10,812
Okla. 3,375 2,761 1,697 1,382 1,395 6,966 7,216
Texas : 15,440 12853 12,684 16,173 15,585 76,999 73,363
W.S.C. 22,703 19,801 29,252 41,537 42,049 190,568 194,535
Mont. 5/ 5/ 371 302 238 1,300 1,065
Idaho : 1,300 1,166 589 840 706 3,510 3,231
Colo. 1,635 1,547 615 389 330 1,904 1,693
Ariz. : 5/ 182 169 253 1,023 1,218
Utah : i-33 1,264 403 518 487 2,465 2,182
Nev. --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Mount. 5/6,382 5/6,068 5/2,201 5/2,260 5/2,034 5/10,381 5/ 9,495
Wash. 5,775 5,507 2,501 2,70c 2,563 13,020 12,453
Oreg. 2,158 2,001 2,010 2,156 1,813 9,929 8,736
Calif. : 28,321 31,600 9,956 12,231 12,450 59,234 61,149
Pa. : 36,254 39,106 14,467 17,095 16,826 2,183 82,338
U.S. : 360,~58 328,434 267,262 296,865 290,400 1,344,142 1,285,259
l/ Prellminary. 2/ Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual
operations. 3/ To avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central total includes
North and South Dakota. 4/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware and West Virginia. 5/ Mountain
total includes Montana, Wycming, New Mexico and Arizona.
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Baby chicks and turkey poults: Average prices paid to commercial hatcheries, May 1, 1962

State Baby chicks, per 100 : Turkey poults, each
and Broiler : Egg-type pullets Heavy breeds Light
division : breeds : Pure :Incross breeds: White other : breeds
:straight run: breeds : (hybrids)
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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


Month


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

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

Total chicks
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
Oct crbe r
November
December


1961
Thou.

: 169,826
: 175,153
: 210,265
: 216,035
: 211,975
: 197,072
: 187,432
: 170,190
: 143,725
: 137,792
: 142,584
: 156,455


S31,543
S49,507
S91,123
: 103,825
S84,890
S34,505
S21,297
S20,594
S22,033
S24,362
S21,044
S20,287


: 201,369
: 224,660
: 301,388
: 319,860
: 296,865
:231,577
: 208,729
: 190,784
:165,758
: 162,154
: 163,628
: 176,742


By months
: 1962 1/
Thou.

173,009
165,512
205,858
205,140
207,306


30,363
40,201
78,190
96,586
83,094


203,372
205,713
284,048
301,726
290,400


:Change from :
: last year


1961 :


Percent Thou.


169,826
344,979
555,244
771,279
983,254
1,180,326
1,367,758
1,537,948
1,681,673
1,819,465
1,962,049
2,118,504


31,543
81,050
172,173
275,998
360,888
395,393
416,690
437,284
459,317
483,679
504,723
525,010


201,369
426,029
727,417
1,047,277
1,344,142
1,575,719
1,784,448
1,975,232
2,14o,990
2,303,144
2,466,772
2,643,514


Cumulative
S: Change from
12 : last year
Thou. Thou. Percent


173,009
338,521
544,379
749,519
956,825


30,363
70,564
148,754
245,340
328,434


203,372
409,085
693,133
994,859
1,285,259


3,221
6,458
10,865
21,760
26,429


1,180
10,486
23,419
30,658
32,454


2,003
16,944
34,284
52,418
58, 3


1/ Preliminary


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Chicken eggs in incubators June 1, 1962


Geographic Percent change from June 1, 1961
Geographic
divisions Broiler-type Egg-type Total eggs

New England 10 + 5 8
Middle Atlantic 9 --- 5
East Horth Central 30 + 5 15
West North Central 13 11 12
South Atlantic :- 2 + 34 1-
East South Central 1 + 59 + 2
West South Central :--- + 16 + 1
Mountain 13 11 12
Pacific 11 + 14 1

United States 5 + 9 3




Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators

Geographic : White : Other Total Light
divisions : heavy breeds i/ heavy breeds 1/heavy breeds 1/: breeds /
div ons 1961 :192 :19 :1962196 :1962 2/ :19 6 61:1962 2/
SThou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during May
New England : 239 268 28 25 267 293 4 37
Middle Atlantic : 272 201 333 323 605 524 71 33
East North Central 1,315 1,466 1,613 1,513 2,928 2,979 326 251
West.North Central 2,669 2,398 5,564 4,802 8,233 7,200 473 444
South Atlantic : 537 619 720 766 1,257 1,385 884 578
South Central : 355 470 2,139 1,938 2,494 2,408 89 39
West 396 886 4,607 4,801 5,003 5,687 210 77


United States : 5,783 6,308 15,004 14,168 20,787 20,476 2,057 1,459

Turkey eggs in
incubators June 1 :
New England : 376 372 21 29 397 401 5 12
Middle Atlantic 456 280 382 377 838 657 94 64
East North Central 1,647 2,141 1,918 2,193 3,565 4,334 580 375
West North Central 4,283 3,159 5,314 4,501 9,597 7,660 1,038 941
South Atlantic : 886 884 1,125 1,082 2,011 1,966 1,227 792
South Central : 519 736 2,756 2,414 3,275 3,150 124 88
West 560 1,143 6,736 6,642 7,296 7,785 194 185


United States : 8,727 8,715 18,252 17,238 26,979 25,953 3,262 2,457

See footnotes 8Tf'' 8


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


: By months Cumulative
Month 1 1962 2/ Change from 1961 : 1962 / Change from
Sast year : last year
Thou. Thou. Pet. Thou. Thou. Thou. Pet.
Heavy white
breeds l/
January :2,284 -1,974 14 2,284 1,974 310 14
February 2,663 2,009 25 4,947 3,983 964 19
March :4,736 3,969 16 9,683 7,952 1,731 18
April : 5,114 5,235 2 14,797 13,187 1,610 11
May 5,783 6,308 + 9 20,580 19,495 1,085 5
June 4,949 25,529
July :3,073 28,602
August 1,711 30,313
September : 1,016 31,329
October : 1,125 32,454
November : 1,367 33,821
December : 1,827 35,648

Other heavy
breeds 1/
January :3,149 1,171 63 3,149 1,171 1,978 63
February : 7,005 3,409 51 10,154 4,580 5,574 55
March : 13,270 9,792 26 23,424 14,372 9,052 39
April : 15,405 13,906 10 38,829 28,278 10,551 27
May : 15,004 14,168 6 53,833 42,446 11,387 21
June : 9,482 63,315
July :2,955 66,270
August : 313 66,583
September : 228 66,811
October 256 67,067
Ilovember : 384 67,451
December : 578 68,029

Total all
heavy breeds 1/
January 5,433 3,145 42 5,433 3,145 2,288 42
February : 9,668 5,418 44 15,101 8,563 6,538 43
March : 18,006 13,761 24 33,107 22,324 10,783 33
April : 20,519 19,141 7 53,626 41,465 12,161 23
May : 20,787 20,476 1 74,413 61,941 12,472 17
June : 14,431 88,844
July :6,028 94,872
August :2,024 96,896
September : 1,244 98,140
October 1,381 99,521
IHovember : 1,751 101,272
December : 2,405 103,677


See footnotes page 8


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UlITj'Ti STATES ID:i'.-FTIIElT OF AGRICULTURE
STATISTICAL [,Ei-CRT: Jlr SERVICE
iUlK HIIJT'.,'i 25, D. C.


OFFICIAL rUuIirTE3


POSTAGE AND FEES PAID


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
3 1262 08905 2517 iil I 111
3 1262 08905 2517


Fred R. Tarver, Jr.
Univ. of Florida
11-27-57 Dept. of Poultry Susb.
XL-Ha Gainesville, pBa.


Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


:By months : Cumulative
Month : Change from Change from
1961 1962 2/: 1961 :1962 2/ : from
Last year : last year
:Thou. Thou. Pet. Thou. Thou. Thou. Pet.

Light breeds 1/
January 955 370 61 955 370 585 61
February : 836 519 38 1,791 889 902 50
March :1,093 732 33 2,884 1,621 1,263 44
April : 1,602 909 43 4,486 2,530 1,956 44
May : 2,057 1,459 29 6,543 3,989 2,554 39
June :1,949 8,492
July :1,795 10,287
August : 996 11,283
September : 385 11,668
October : 306 11,974
November : 295 12,269
December : 319 12,588

Total all
breeds /
January :6,388 3,515 45 6,388 3,515 2,873 45
February : 10,504 5,937 43 16,892 9,452 7,440 44
March : 19,099 14,493 24 35,991 23,945 12,046 33
April : 22,121 20,050 9 58,112 43,995 14,117 24
May : 22,844 21,935 4 80,956 65,930 15,026 19
June : 16,380 97,336
July : 7,823 105,159
August : 3,020 108,179
September : 1,629 109,808
October : 1,687 111,495
November : 2,046 113,541
December :2,724 116,265


1/ 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 'ot.her". Light breeds include
I~itsville, Jersey Buff, Royal Palm and wild turkeys.
2/ Preliminary. -8




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