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Hatchery production
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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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HATCHERY PRODUCTION
April 1960




May 16, 1960


Chick Production

Production of broiler-type chicks by comrrercial hatcheries during
April totaled 172, 023, 000--down 5 percent from April 1959. April pro-
duction of egg-type chicks totaled 97, 771, 000--down 25 percent from April
1959 and the smallest for the month since records began in 1955. The pre-
vious low for egg-type chicks hatched during April was in 1957 when
129, 144, 000 chicks were hatched. Production of egg-type chicks during
the first four months of 1960 totaled 232, 576, 000--33 percent below the
344, 671, 000 produced during these same months in 1959. Production of
broiler-type chicks totaled 668, 579, 000 January through April 1960, about
the same as a year earlier.

Hatchery reports on eggs in incubators May 1 indicate that the hatch
for both egg-type and broiler-type chicks during May will be larger than
in May 1959.

Poult Production

The number of heavy breed poults produced during April was about
the same as in April last year. Production of heavy white breed poults
was up 17 percent from April 1959, but the number of other heavy breed
poults produced was down 4 percent. Heavy white breed poults totaled
3, 309, 000, compared with 2, 818, 000 in April 1959. Other heavy breed
poults totaled 12, 749, 000, compared with 13, 303, 000 in April 1959. The
number of light breed poults hatched during April was 1, 063, 000, com-
pared with 1, 943, 000 in April last year--a decrease of 45 percent. Output
of heavy breed poults during the first four months of 1960 was 15 percent
larger than a year earlier. The hatch of heavy white breed poults during
this period was up 23 percent and other heavy breeds up 13 percent. Pro-
duction of light breed poults January through April 1960 was down 49 per-
cent from same period in 1959.

Turkey eggs in incubators on May 1, indicate that the number of
heavy white breed poults hatched in May will be larger, but that the number
of other heavy poults will be smaller than in May last year. Light breed
poult hatch in May will be considerably smaller than a year earlier.
UNITED S T ATES DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTUREZ
Agricultural Marketing Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (5-60) Washington, D. C.





Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


State
and


B__roiler-type : Egg-type
April :January through April: April


division 1959 : 1960 1/ : 1959 : 1960 i/ : 1959 : 1960 1/
Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Maine 5,256 5,377 20,129 19,686 627 528
N.H. :1,378 1,100 5,443 4,176 621 50
Vt. 0 0 48 0 69 70
Mass. 1,249 1,000 4,090 3,583 1,607 1,74o
R.I. 286 269 1,035 993 39 44
Conn. 3,506 2,766 14,159 11,194 1,261 1,148
N.E. :11,685 10,512 45,704 39,632 4,224 3,980
N.Y. : 726 775 2,758 3,110 2,707 2,400
N.J. 920 580 4,460 3,040 3,140 2,200
Pa. 5,020 4,236 18,964 17,512 6,497 4,666
M.A. 6,666 5,591 26,182 23,662 12,344 9,266
Ohio : 1,400 1,400 5,760 5,400 5,910 4,200
Ind. : 6,506 5,575 22,260 22,543 6,855 6,223
Ill. : 1,236 650 4,858 2,747 7,637 6,080
Mich. : 490 450 2,110 1,820 2,550 2,000
Wis. : 1,711 1,580 6,307 6,055 3,914 3,250
E.N.C. :11,343 9,655 41,295 38,565 26,866 21,753
Minn. 402 520 1,277 1,800 14,200 10,900
Iowa 400 450 1,495 1,545 9,o4o 14,550
Mo. 6,656 5,023 24,192 22,484 7,292 3,588
N.Dak. 2 2 2 1,474 950
S.Dak. 4,95 4,000
Nebr. : 73 28 515 373 6,560 4,604
Kans. : 451 380 1,522 1,200 3,541 2,620
W.N.C. : 3/8,120 3/6,526 3/29,062 3/27,451 57,082 41,212
Del. : 6662 5,590 26,221 23,024 2 2/
Md. 8,388 11,113 32,456 44,231 307 286
Va. 7,776 6,842 29,653 27,013 1,523 975
W.Va. 1,072 894 3,955 3,223 2
N.C. : 13,530 12,930 50,794 50,887 1,620 1 459
S.C. :1,706 1,529 7,071 6,853 807 611
Ga. 32,077 3143 859 121,934 2,749 1,170
Fla. : 1,611 1,696 6,414 6,485 1,207 1,121
S.A. :72,822 72,037 273,423 283,650 4/ 8,496 4/ 5,793
Ky. 1,535 1,160 5,00 4,66 1,180 650
Tenn. 4,110 3,420 15,050 13,970 1,800 1,330
Ala. :14,083 16,903 51,957 5,682 1,031 715
Miss. :10,480 10,162 37,894 40,934 731 369
E.S.C. 31,108 31,645 110,701 118,246 4,742 3,064
Ark. :15,126 14,146 54,917 54197 621 527
La. 2,517 1,801 9,048 6,842 345 348
Okla. : 1,100 795 3,920 2,825 1,035 790
re:s : 10,883 10,316 39,655 39,702 3,551 2,678
W.S.C. : 29,626 27,058 107,540 103,566 5,552 4,343
Mont. & N.1m:.2J 53 20 101 99 549 37
Idaho 431 404 1,418 1,412 526 365
Wyo. & Ariz.2/: 77 62 262 240 168
Colo. 149 124 342 313 534 415
Utah : 248 221 769 828 360 310

Mount. 958 831 2,892 2,892 2,177 1,625
Wash. : 1,390 1,306 5,300 5,202 1,238 1,050
Oreg. : 1,531 1,557 5,756 5,630 65 53
Calif. : 5,390 5305 20,436 20,083 6,192 5,
Pac. : ,311 ., 1-:- ,115 6,735
iJ.5. '- ... 1,i ,7
/F'i i C L. ed t.:, _- .' .i O.li losingg indi'. id ....e-ati.t i c ,'West itrth]
Central total 1 .l.i;,es North and South Dakota. 4/ South Atlantic total includes
Delaware and West .'irginia.
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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries k(ontinuea)
: Egg-type : Total
State :January through April: April :January through April


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division 1959 : 1960 1
Thou. Thou.
4aine : 2,332 1,7
N.H. : 1,961 1,1
It. 198 1
4ass. 6,213 5,1
R.I. 175
Conn. 5,030 3,5
N.E. : 15,909 1,8
N.Y. : ,5)44 06,8
.J.: 13,270 7,3
Pa. 19,787 14,7
M.A. 41,601 28,9
Ohio 15,930 10,1
Ind. 17,919 14,1
Ill. 19,623 14,6
Aich. 6,850 4,7
Wis.: 8,642 6,3
E.N.C. : 68,964 49,8
4inn. 29,675 18,7
Iowa 37,070 24,1
o. : 14,784 7,2
N.Dak. : 2,367 1,3
S.Dak. : 9,24 6,3
Nebr. 14,045 8,3
Kans. 7618 5,
W.N.C. : 114,983 71,5
Del. 26
Sd. 56 6
Va. 4,0 2,5
W.Va. .
N.C. 5,995 3
S.C. 2,692 1,9
Ga. 9,978 4,C
Fla. : 5 045 4,
S.A. : 4/29,746 4/17,3
Ky. 2,785 1,
Tenn. 5,250 3,1
Ala. 3,801 2,
Miss. 2,724 i,
E.S.C. 14,560 8;5
Ark. 2,608 1
La. 1,486 1,:
Okla. 3,125 2,1
Texas 13,837 9,
W.S.C. 21,056 13,
Mont. & i .le:/: 1,224
Idaho 1,525
Wyo. & Ariz. 2/: 796
Colo. 1,681 1,L
Utah 1,412 1,
Nev. -- --
Mount. 6,638 4,
Wash. 4,814 3,
Oreg. 2,542 1,
Calif. 23,858 20,
Pac. 31,214 25,
U.S. 344,,o7 232,
1/Preliminary. 2/Combined to a
Norh Central totar includes Nort
eludes Delaware and West Virginia.


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54-58:
hou.
3,908
2,751
139
3,591
274
5,437
6,0

6,220
1,174
1,415
0,018
5,861
3,230
517
5,614
9240o

6,520
2,207
6Sl74
2
7,612
5,176
5,697
2
7,19
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1,872
1,659
3,005
0,7664


2,625
7,474
5,4c)5
9,939
9,256




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0,459
5,352
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2,456
2,356
2,094
10,453
14.903
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void disclosing individual operations. 3/West
h and South Dakota. 4/South Atlantic total in-
3 -


1959
Thou.
5,883
1,999
79
2,856
325
4,767

4,o6o
11,517
19,010
7,310
8,u73
3,040
5,625
38,209
14,602
19,440
13,948
2,513
68,33
3,992
3/65,202
2?
86,95
9,299


34,826
2,818
4/81,318
2,715
5,910
16,ol4
11 211
35,850
15,747'
2,862
2,135
14,434
35 ,178
602
957
285
683
608


1560 i_/ 1
Thou.
5,905
1,550
70
2,740o
313
3,914
1-1.14 -

2,780
8, 02
14,857
5,600
11,798
6,730
2,450
4,830
31,408
11,420
15,000
8,611
2i

47732
3,000
3/47,738

11-399
7,817
14,389
2,140
32,613
2,817
4/77,830
1,810
4,750
17,618
10,531
34 709
14,673
2,149
1,585
12,994
31,401
387
769
230
539
531


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1959
Thou.
22,461
7,404
246
11,103
1,210
19,189
'A .-,13
II,302'
17,730
30,751
67,783
21,690
40,179
24,481
8,960
14,949
110,259
30,952
38,565
38,976
2
147 60
9,140
3/144,045
2
33;412
34,060
2/
56A 89
9, 63
126,837
11,459
4/303,169
8,585
20,300
05,758
4,618
125,261
57,525
10,534
7,045
53,492
128,596
1,325
2,943
1,058
2,023
2,181

9,530
10,114
8,298
44,294
62,706


3,135
2,628
2,216
11,582
16,426
31-', 7


1960 1/
Thou.
21,449
5,296
186
8,739
1,0 7
14,739
.1, 4 6

10,340
32,277
52,597
15,500
36,643
17,380
6,530
12,4o8
88,.461
20,530
25,695
29,766
29
E_ ,
6,450
3/98 958
2-
44, 69
29,545
54,517
8,805
125,S9>
10,709
4/300,997
6,160
17,700
60,726
42,197
126,783
55,443
8,002
5,280
48,785
117,510
897
2, 3
1,450
1,964

7,495
9,1 ~4
7,564
40,100
56, :C


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Baby chicks and turkey poults: Average prices paid to commercial hatcheries,
April 1. 1960
:Baby chicks, per 100 Turkey poults, each
: Broiler : Egg-type pullets :Heavy breeds Light
: breeds : Pure :Incross breeds: Wite Other breeds
on :straight run: breeds : (Hybrids) :


Maine
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
R.I.
Conn.
N.E.
N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
M.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. 1/
Ga.
Fla.
S.A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
E.S.C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W.S.C.
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
N.Mex.
Ariz.
Utah
lee\, .
Mount.
Wash. l
Oreg.
Calif. /
Pac.
U.S.
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11.5
12.0
12.0
1/12.0
11.9
12.0
15.0
1/12.0
12.3
12.0
1/11.5
1/13.0
14.0
13.5
12.2
12.0
14.5
1 9.9
17.5
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16.5
10.5
10.6
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Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


By months : Cumulative
Month : : :. from: : :C e from
159 : 1960 : last year : 1559 .: last year
Thou. ri._. Pet. *T. ..:.. ... .


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
October
ID .ember
December


154,011
150,184
183,457
180,639
175,142
169,356
166,421
149,932
122,069
121,660
129,729
141,520


35,814
61,423
117,836
129,598
85,782
27,240
13,984
13,404
13,818
14,290
13,465
14,338


189,825
211,607
301,293
310,237
260,924
196,596
180,405
163,336
135, -7
135, '0
143,11'-4
155,858


160,709
160,487
175,360
172, :23


23,--7
38,
72,782
97,771


184,3 6
1 3,823
248,142
269,794


154,011
304,155
4' ,652
668,291
843,433
1,012,78r
1,179,210
1,329,142
1,451,211
1,572,871
1,702,600
1,(C:4,120


35,814
97,237
215,073
344,671
430,453
457,693
471,677
485,oC1
498,899
513,1 -
526,654
540,992


189, E,
401,432
702,725
1,012, 62
1,273,,--
1,470,482
1,650,.1:,7
1,814,223
1,950,110
2,C' ,C.: >
2,229,254
2,385,112


16o,709,
321,196
4,6,556
668,579)


23,687
62,023
134,805
232,576










184,396
:-3,219
631,361
901,155


+ 6,698
+17, C.
+ 8,904
+ 288










-12,127
-35,214
-80,268
-112,095










,429
18,213
71,364
-111,807




Chicken eggs in incubators May 1, 1960


Geographic Percent change from May 1, 1959
divisions : Broiler-type : Egg-type : Total eggs

New England : 11 + 24 4
Middle Atlantic + 16 + 8
East North Central 8 + 7 + 2
West Jforth Central + 5 + 8 + 7
South Atlantic + 12 3 + 11
East South Central + 11 18 + 8
West South Central + 6 + 24 + 8
Mountain + 22 3 + 7
Pacific + 6 + 3 + 5

United States + 7 + 7 + 7

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators

: White : Other : Total
Geographic :heavy breeds l/:heavy breeds l/:heavy breeds 1/Light breeds /
divisions : 1959 :1960 2/: 1959 :1960 2/: 1959 :1960 2/: 1959 :1960 2/
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Th
Poults hatched
during April
New England 119 143 26 24 145 167 1 2
Middle Atlantic : 1 130 182 137 326 267 14 19
East North Central 562 806 1,568 1,341 2,130 2,147 220 103
West North Central : 1,455 1,475 5,034 5,134 6,489 6,609 430 307
South Atlantic 169 219 817 637 986 856 887 h44
South Central : 202 356 1,516 1,364 1,718 1,720 213 56
West : 167 180 4,160 4,112 4,327 4,292 178 136

United States : 2,818 3,309 13,303 12,749 16,121 16,058 19143 1,063

Turkey eggs
in incubators
May 1
New England : 436 318 82 54 518 372 4 4
Middle Atlantic : 310 321 h57 364 767 685 39 87
East North Central : 1,391 1,504 2,828 2,370 4,219 3,874 566 372
West north h Central : 2,695 2,544 7,968 7,309 10,663 9,853 753 509
South Atlantic : 327 523 1,631 1,225 1,958 1,748 1,659 935
South Central : 383 539 2,580 2,179 2,963 2,718 348 100
West : 309 280 6,562 6,520 6,871 6,800 339 173

United States : 5,851 6,029 22,108 20,021 27,959 26,050 3,708 2,180


See footnotes page 8.


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


: By months : Cumulative
Month : :Change from: : Change from
: 1959 1960 2/ : last year : 199 1960 2/ : last year


Thou.,


Thou.


Pct.


Thou.


Thou.


Thou. Pct.


Heavy white
breeds 1/
January 1,11l 1,181 + 4 1,1l1 1,181 + O0 + l
February 1,094 1,524 + 39 2,235 2,705 + 470 + 21
March 1,964 2,640 + 34 4,199 5,345 +1,146 + 27
April : 2,818 3,309 + 17 7,017 8,654 +1,637 + 23
May 3,661 10,678
june 3,078 13,756
July 2,065 15,821
August 1,004 16,825
September 772 17,597
October : 863 18,460
liovember 1,192 19,652
December : 1,238 20,890

Other heavy
breeds 1/
January 1,283 1,929 + 50 1,283 1,929 + 646 + 50
February 3,454 5,365 + 55 4,737 7,294 +2,557 + 54
March 9,307 10,900 + 17 14,044 18,194 +h,150 + 30
April : 13,303 12,749 4 27,347 30,943 +3,596 + 13
May 13,172 40,519
June 8,514 49,033
July : 2,244 51,277
August 86 51,363
September :6 51,109
October 114 51,523
llovenber 376 51,899
December 857 52,756

Total all
heavy breeds i/
January :1 2,~21 3,110 + 28 2,424 3,110 + 686 + 28
February : 4,548 6,889 + 51 6,972 9,999 +3,027 + 43
March 11,271 13,540 + 20 18,243 23,539 +5,296 + 29
April 16,121 16,058 3,364 39,597 +5,233 + 15
May 16,833 51,197
June 11,592 62,789
July : ,309 67,098
August 1,090 68,188
September 818 69,006
October 977 69,983
November 1,568 71,551
December 2,095 73,646


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Poults hatched by commercial hatch
: By months


Month


1959


Light breeds 1/
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December


Total all
breeds 1
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December


Thou.

1,540
1,360
1,769
1,943
2,434
2,160
1,856
1,068
387
317
363
559


3,964
5,908
13,040
18,064
19,267
13,752
6,165
2,158
1,205
1,294
1,931
2,654


1960 :


Thou.

545
781
958
1,063


Change from
last year


Pet.

- 65
- 43
- 46
- 45


3,655
7,670
14,498
17,121


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1959 : 1960 2/: last year

Thou. Thou. Thou. Pet.


1,540
2,900
4,669
6,612
9,046
11,206
13,062
14,130
14,517
14,834
15,197
15,756



3,964
9,872
22,912
40,976
60,243
73,995
80,160
82,318
83,523
84,817
86,748
89,402


545
1,326
2,284
3,347


3,655
11,325
25,823
42,944


- 995
-1,574
-2,385
-3,265


- 309
+1,453
+2,911
+1,968


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