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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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Eggs, chickens and turkeys


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HATCHERY FP.C AUCTIONN
May 1959
June 16, 1
Chick Production

Commercial hatcheries produced 261, 528, 000 chick: AuI ing ivay--0o n
10 percent from May 1958 but 12 above the 1953-57 average for the month. The
number of broiler-type chicks hatched was down 4 percent from May last year.
The number of egg-type chicks hatched was down 20 percent.

The number of broiler-type chicks produced during May totaled 173, 594, 000,
compared with 180, 726, 000 in May 1958. For January through May the hatch
of broiler-type chicks was up 8 percent. Sgg-type chicks hatched during May
totaled 87, 934, 000, compared with 109, 722, 000 in May 1958. Production
January through May totaled 436, 327, 000--down 4 percent from this same
period in 1958.

Smaller June hatches than a year ago are in prospect. The demand for
chicks, both broiler-type and egg-type, is considerably less than a year ago
becauseof the relatively low prices for eggs and broilers. The number of
broiler-type eggs in incubators on June 1 was 7 percent less than on June 1,
1958. The number of eggs for egg-type chicks in incubators on June 1 was
31 percent less than on June 1 last year.

Poult Production

Heavy white breed production during May of 3, 948,000 was 31 percent
larger than in May 1958. Other heavy breed production (mostly bronze) of
13, 723, 000 was 3 percent less than in May last year. The total heavy breed
hatch for May was up 3 percent from a year ago. For the year to date,
January through May, the hatch of heavy white breed poults was up 32 percent
from this same period last year. Other heavy breeds were down 5 percent
* resulting in about a 1 percent increase in the number of heavy breed poults
hatched during the months, compared with the same period in 1958. The
number of light breed poults hatched during May totaled 2, 886, 000--up 34
percent from May 1958. The cumulative hatch January through May totaled
9, 344, 000--40 percent more than were hatched during these month in 1952.

Turkey eggs in incubators on June 1 indicate that the number of heavy
white breed poults hatched in June will be larger than in June last year.
The hatch of other heavy breed poults, mostly broad breasted bronze, will
be smaller. The light breed hatch in June is indicated to be about the same
as in June 1958.


U. S. D E P A : T M E N T OI% A G R I C U L T U E


Agricultural Marketing Service
Pou 1-1 (6-59)


Crop Reporting Eoard
Wlashington, D. C.




Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries
SState :_ Broiler-type _: Egg-tpe _
and : May :January through May : May
division: 195-- : 195 1/ : 9- 8 19-- I9 8- 1 -195 1F/
SThousands Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands Thousands
Maine.... 5,532 5,310 24,502 24,910 9 654
N.H......; 1,488 1,320 7,144 6,950 558 520
Vt.......: 21 0 103 48 94 94
Mass.....: 1,553 1,185 7,366 5,797 1,569 1,270
R.I......: 258 283 1,125 1,319 55 65
Conn.....: 3,915 3,549 16,658 17,587 1,539 807
N.E.....: 12,7617 11,~j 6898 -61 6, 0 310-
617 770 2,6-- -- 2,V109 3-)--
N.Y...... 51- 17 770 2,672 3,330 2,37i.1 1 ,80
N.J.. ...: 1,620 930 7,413 5,390 3,300 1,650
Pa.......: 5,293 523 25,002 22, 60 4,918 4,070
M.A..... ~ 7,533 ~ ,223 --- ~5 _C.7 O ~ ; 7 O1 0 100
Ohio......: 2, ,23 35,'F 31 8,870 -8 0 0- -,i -
Ind.......: 6,818 5,869 29,64 28,953 6,246 4988
Ill.....,: 1,496 950 6,415 5,205 7,006 4 840
Mich..... 790 600 3,500 3,050 2,450 2,200
Wis.......: 1,745 1,750 7,402 7,970 3,066 2,250
E.IT.C.... l,3: 3, 169 11,1679 _- 7 5 61- 936,7178 -2 7 19 678
Minn ...... : 0 0 T 1,315 1 71 10,45 7,200
IMow......0. 67 3 375 2152 1 5 18020 14,500
Mo....... 7,5 8 5,579 31,12 28,863 7,485 h,881
N.Dak....: 10 20 95 56 1,334 1,020
S.Dak...: 18 0 7 0 4,501 3,650
Nebr.. .., 19 150 662 605 5,120 5,003
Kans....: 787 2,860 1,80 2,973 2,000
W.IT.'. ..: 9,?71 ,96 38,631 3,966 9,978 38- 2--
Del..... 2 -- F,77 ~ 3775Z6 32,653 --- -0 -O- 0-
Md ......: 9,843 8,243 39,569 40,722 226 252
Va., ..... 8,346 7,919 3 ,286 37,314 1,129 874
W.Va.....: 1,349 1,105 5,485 5,078 245 198
N.C. **..: 13,043 12,710 56,395 61,635 874 899
S.C......: 1,812 1,656 8,137 8,726 513 579
Ga.......: 31,047 31,926 13l,555 118,785 935 1,70?
Fla...... 2,065 1,561 9,039 8,076 868 81"
S.A.....: 7 ,27 71,92 321992 3 2 ,999 4,45 3
Ky.......: 170 -T1,'00 -6,750 7,850T-- -T 70U-
Tenn....: 3,970 3,850 16,335 19,200 1,185 900
Ala......: 12,162 14,858 50,177 66,784 418 508
Miss..... 8,096 10,291 33 019 L8.031 355 608
E.S .C...- ~25,33 -3,79N9 I6,291 1 85~ 3,3098 2-716-
Ark......:- 1,7Ti -73-,T 7- 5627- 7,690- 323- -279-
La.......: 1,671 2,ll1 7 027 11,195 248 313
Okla....: 810 850 3,760 L, 70 1,000 600
Texas....: 12,166 9,815 49,967 L6,648 2,197 1,601
w.s.c.._: 27,38' 2~,B 117,o 1 1 0o,273 3,- ,76B 2,813
nt.....- ------ 62 --- --- 33- -- -- 3-
Idaho....: 234 365 1,076 1,767 326 215
Wyo .T. iT. ex. 2/ 0 9 0 38 48 16
Colo..... : 171 99 682 377 523 379
Ariz.....: 55 55 249 284 149 115
Utan.... : 196 198 865 1,006 278 139
Nev. ----.... .-313 3.3.. -, 2-.
I : .3 : T 75 T,31 ~ "3736,2 2 6. 3 ~ T 1,TO ~ lT3
Ore..75..5 1T,1--- -612,02 ,5-676 -5,..~ 72
Oregal....: 1,33 ,523 5,720 7,36 664 538
Calif....:- 512 777 2226 25,358 ,869 5,272
Pa -.....: ,00 7,611 8- T 73'5 3 ~6923~
U.S..... : 180,72! 177,9 772,172 83 631 0,722: 79
SPreliminary. 2 Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
2 -




Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries (continued)
: Egg-type -:- Total
State : January through lay: Ly : January through May
and :Average:
division 1958 1959 1/ :1953-57: 1958 :1959 1/ 1958 :1959 1/
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. i-u. -Iu.
Maine.........: 2,- 5 -3,072 -3,52 ~6,16 ~5,h 27,J7 27,942
N.H..........: 2,413 2,509 2,936 2,046 1,840 9,557 9,159
Vt............: 390 365 132 115 94 493 413
Mass.......... 8,764 8,14o 2,743 3,122 2,4L5 16,130 13,937
R.I..........: 212 310 242 313 318 1,337 1,629
Conn..........: 8,259 5,856 5,023 5, 454 b,356 24,917 23,113
N.E..........:- 22 ,723 20,212 R,09- 1-7,17- 1505- 7 79,621 76,823
J.y...........:~ ~ Il7~1421 ,B ~ 57 -2670 T1o oT2,67
N.J...........: 17,490 14,580 4,0O0 L,920 2,580 21,903 19,970
Pa............: 23,922 24,837 8,693 10,211 8,593 48,924 47,297
Ma.A.........: 5288366~ 69,67 145,I8i7 ~19,089 13 793 ~ 7$9(23_ 0 o27T
Ohio..........: 23,700 21,90 7,90 8,330 7,100 32,570 30,5 0
Ind...........: 24,202 22,823 13,345 13,064 10,857 53,666 51,776
Iii...........: 29,817 24,977 9,426 8,502 5,700 36,232 30,182
Mfich........,: 10,750 9,50 3,282 3,2LO 2,800 l ,250 12,600
Wis......... 127 10,950 ,063 ?, 811 '000 20 112 18,920
E.N.C........: 101 179 90,250 38 096 37,9'7 30,8C7 -16 80 l[28
Minn..........:" i ,8T- -3,70 T1,227 ~1,5 ~760 1 3,15 8,142-
Iowa..........: 58,220 51,250 17,506 18,663 lh,875 60,745 53,125
Mo............: 22,141 19,614 14,872 15,053 10,460 53,268 h8,477
N.Dak.........: 3,593 3,380 1,415 1,384 1,0o0 3,688 3,436
S.Dak.........: 13,711 13,709 4,246 4,519 3,650 13,758 13,709
Nebr..........: 18,514 19,254 5,158 5,315 5,153 19,176 19,859
Kans..........:_ 12,346 11,120 3,251 3,760 2 L00 15,206 12,960
WIT.C. ........:" 1707335 1: 7676_ _,U i2l8 250:896 1:79,98
Del........: 139 187 6,6 ,7 6,,036 72 6 02 37,65 32,80-
?1............: 804 1,103 7,274 10,069 8, 95 40,373 41,825
Va............: l4,961 5,217 7,570 9,475 8,793 39,247 42,531
W.Va.......... 645 707 1,470 1,594 1,303 6,130 5,785
N.C.........: 5,811 6,353 8,754 13,917 13,609 62,206 67,988
S.C...........: 3,004 3,271 1,425 2,325 2,235 11,141 11,997
Ga............: 6,024 11,685 18,994 31,982 33,633 110,579 160,470
Fla...........: ,883 5,658 2,721 2,933 2,378 13,922 13,734
S.A..........: 26 271 37,181 23- -87,67 76-,9T8 31253 377,170
Ky..........: -3,80: 3 5- "3,775 2,3UI- 7 ~,4 2750- To,605 1-76`5-
Tenn.........: 5,800 6,190 3,063 5,155 h,750 22,135 25,390
Ala..........: 3,100 4,182 5, 38 12,580 15,366 53,277 70,966
Miss..........: 2,089 3,349 4,879 8,451 10,899 35.108 51,380
E.S.C........: 1- i483- -17,-91 T576o80 29,031 33 1S- 121,12r -19,3l1
Ark...........: ,79- 8 ,15- -13,76E T142726 58~0o7- 70767rU
La...........: 1,285 1,728 1,018 1,919 2,L54 8,312 12,923
Okla.4.....,,,: 4,560 4,200 1,813 1,810 1,450 8,320 8,9h0
Texas........:_ 1951 14,960 9,780 14,363 11,416 6 4918 61,608
W.S.C........: 22.586 23,O~5 20,75 6 31,15T -29,616 139,627 1i4078
Mont........ -,: 1 5U-r T,5O ~ -470-- a- 410 --1-758- -78 771-
Idaho......... 1,878 1,706 537 560 580 2,954 3,073
Wyo..iI. ex.2/.: 236 132 90 48 25 236 170
Colo..........: 2,343 2,012 817 694 478 3,025 2,419
........795 829 161 204 170 1,044 1,113
ta.......... 1,690 1,548 3o0 147 337 2,555 2,554
Nev...........: ........
Mont........: L 7,8866 2 1~21 0 l 2
Wash..........- T F,73T -2,33- 7,52 -2 T t- -2 T2,5-
Oreg.......... 3,70 3,129 1,720 2,097 2,061 9,424 10,192
Calif.......: 24 620 29,358 9,351 9,993 10,049 47,146 54,716
Pa1.......71 3,7l 13743h- l -145 Th5 68 919 77 73-
U.s...... ... -T3_,64 T3 27 27 269 0 2,71,587 1,2l 1,270, 98
/ Preliminary. 2 Combined to avoid closing i 8divida operations.
"f ireir r.7ed to avoid d-sclosing individual operations.




Baby chicks and turkey poults: Average prices paid to commercial hatcheried,
May 1, 1959
State : Baby chicks, per 100 : Turkey poults, each_
and : Broiler Egg type pullets : Heavy breeds
division :breeds : Pure : Inbreeds reeds : h -n : -s Light
:straight run: breeds : (Hybrids) White : breeds
Dollars Dollars Dollars Cents Cents Cents
Maine / 11.0 32.5 --- 75 --
N.H. 11.0 36.0 --- 79 85 ---
Vt. --- 36.5 79---
Mass. 11.5 37.0 -81 86 70
R.I. 11.5 32.5 -80 70
Conn. : 1/ 11.0 32.5 80 83 -
N.E. :-3 i -3 -- ----1 79-8- 5.0 70.0
N.Y. : 12.5- 57.0 1 -55 -
N.J. : 15.5 38.0 57.0 82 85 b5
Pa. : / 11.5 36.0 44.0 l/ 75 1/ 95 1/55
M.A. : 12.4378 45-2 78.1 92.7 55.9
Ohio 12.5 340 ~ 50 i 72 7 75 -750
Ind. l/ 10.5 29.5 50.0 55 65 45
11. : / 12.0 32.5 51.0 67 70 50
Mich. : 13.0 37.0 53.0 70 6
Wis. : 0 35.5 51.0 58 8 50
E.N.C. : 11.b6-- 33- 4 __ 51.7 55.74 71.3 52.5
Minn. : 13.0 35.0 52.0 1 1/ -~6 1/8 -
Iowa. : 12.0 37.0 56.0 62 T/ 69 T/6
Mo. 1/ .9 26.0 1.0 60 6545
N.Dak. : 0 33.5 495 6 65 51
S.Dak. 17.5 35.0 48.5 60 61 45
Nebr. 16.0 33.0 52.0 66 67 65
Kans. : 11.5 32.5 54.0 63 67 50
W.N.C. : 9.0 33.1 51.- 55.6-- 4.9 4. -6
Del.- --- -8-5-
Md. : / 8.0 35.0 57.0 -
Va. / 9.0 39.5 97.0 70 73 45
W.Va. : / 9.5 36.0 45.0
N.C. : / 8.0 33.0 46.0 65 60 -
S.C.I/ 8.2 35.0 --- 8 65 49
Ga.- : 1/ 7.2 35.0 43.0 65 ---
Fla. : / 9.0 43.5 52.0 65 65 50
S.A. 7 8 37.7 4- 5 Y9.2_ 7.5 45.7 -
Ky. : 10.5 2675 55.0 -- 47
Tenn. : 9.0 35.0 56.0 -- 69 -
Ala. : 7.0 70 50.0 68 0 0
Miss. / .0 400 50.0 6o 65
E.S.C. : 7.7 324 53.5 --- 9.3 41.7
Ark. /F 8.0 37.0 51.0- 45
La. 9.5 1.056. --- 7 --
Okla. 12.5 29.0 51.0 655 45
Texas / 8.5 32.0 50.0 1/50 1/ 60 1/.40
W.S.C. : _85 32.4 50.5 -5 55. 2.6
Mont. : 18.5 37.0 7.0 --- 90 ----
Idaho : 15.5 38.5 51.0 --- 7545
Colo. 16.0 31.5 56.0 75 70 50
N.Mex. --- 30.0 --- 65 55
Ariz. 18.0 46.0 50.0 --- 6
Utah : 16.0 41.0 55.0 50 6 40
Mount. : -- -- 3 7 38. -2 53.9 52.5 66.47 42.0
Wash. / : 13.5 -- -1. 49.0 55 T ---
Oreg. / : 14.0 34.0 42.0 50 60 40
Calif. 1/:_ 15.5 33.5 47.0 60 61 45
Pac. : 4.9 34. 4-5.9 59.9 O0.7 43.3
U-S --- -- ------- ---- --- -- ----- --374
U.S. : o8f9 30.5 50.5 i2 t5.3 4.
17 As of the 15th of the month. -






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
October
November
December


Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries United States

:By months : 'i.unuptive
-1958 1959-1/ ; change from: 1958 1959 / : Change from
S- -- last year : last year


Thou.

:139,977
137,226
:151,253
:162,990
:180,726
:177,588
:172,027
:153,013
:130,303
:133,512
:133,650
: 148,002


33,995
61,638
112,906
:135,423
: 109,722
:40,376
18,189
14,825
16,550
16,904
16,248
19,564


:173,972
198,864
:264,159
:298,413
:290,448
217,964
:190,216
:167,838
:146,853
:150,416
:149,898
:167,566


Thou. Pet.


151,874
148,228
182,240
178,695
173,594


35,427
59,925
120,175
132,866
87,934


187,301
208,153
302,415
311,561
261,528


Thou.

139,977
277,203
428,456
591,446
772,172
949,760
1,121,787
1,274,800
1,405,103
1,538,615
1,672,265
1,820,267


33,995
95,633
208,539
343,962
453,684
494,060
512,249
527,074
543,624
560,528
576,776
596,340


173,972
372,836
636,995
935,408
1,225,856
1,443,820
1,634,036
1,801,874
1,948,727
2,099,143
2,249,041
2,416,607


Thou.

151,874
300,102
482,342
661,037
834,631


35,427
95,352
215,527
348,393
436,327


187,301
395,454
697,869
1,009,430
1,270,958


Thou.


Pct.


11,897
22,899
53,886
69,591
62,459


1,432
281
6,988
4,431
17,357


4

3
1
4


13,329
22,618
60,874
74,022
4$,102


1/ Preliminary.


-5-




Chicken eggs in incubators June 1, 1959


Geographic : Percent change from June
SDivisions : Broiler-type : Egg-type_


New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central :
West North Central :
South Atlantic
East South Central :
West South Central :
Mountain
Pacific


- 12
- 4
- 18
-26
- 9
+ 9
- 6
- 58
- 4


1,1 958 eg
otal eggs


- 32
- 36
- 37
- 48
- 2
- 7
- 28
- 44
- 8


- 15
- 17
-26
- 38
- 9
+ 9
- 7
- 50
- 6


United States : 7 31


Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators


Geographic : White : Other
Divisions : heavy breeds 1/:heavybreeds
: 1958 :1959 2/T 1958 :1959


: Total
l/:heavy breeds
2/T 1958 :1959


: Light
1/: breeds 1/
2/T 1958 :1959 2/


: Thou. Thou. Thou.


Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.


Poults hatched
during May
New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
South Central
West

United States

Turkey eggs in
incubators -
June 1
New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
South Central
West

United States


253
250
801
1,235
120
258
94


280
206
812
1,706
519
221
204


56
298
1,977
4,464
1,274
1,626
4,446


54
238
1,634
4,575
1,686
1,515
4,021


309
548
2,778
5,699
1,394
1,884
4,540


334
444
2,446
6,281
2,205
1,736
4,225


5
49
272
466
1,056
188
120


_3,011 3,98 15,141 13,723 17,152 17671 2,15 2,B8_


361
348
972
1,880
175
378
91


353
350
1,175
2,904
284
212
201


77
453
2,181
4,317
2,506
2,150
6,645


77 438
373 801
2,029 3,153
4,303 6,197
1,741 2,681
1,883 2,528
5,669 6,736


430
723
3,204
7,207
2,025
2,095
5,870


7
73
497
712
1,683
187
239


4205 5,479 18,32 167075 22,534 21.554 3,39 3,322


See footnotes page 8.


- 6 -


2
31
338
422
1,706
176
211


3
49
479
803
1,574
185
229




Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States


Month


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

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


: By Months :
*: :iChange from:
S1958 1959 2/ :ast year 1958
: Thou. Thou. Percent Thou.


1,723
3,709
9,600
13,543
14,141
9,501
2,921
147
35
119
271
631


1,183
1,101
1,908
2,778
3,948


779
919
1,348
2,223
3,011
2,426
1,622
779
492
606
850
1,096


1,226
3,513
9,132
13,073
13,723


Cumulative
: ,: Change from
1959 /:. last year
Thou. Thou. Percent


779
1,698
3,046
5,269
8,280
10,706
12,328
13,107
13,599
14,205
15,055
16,151



1,723
5,432
15,032
28,575
42,716
52,217
55,138
55,285
55,320
55,439
55,710
56,341


+ 404
+ 586
+1,146
+1,701
+2,638


1,183
2,284
4,192
6,970
10,918










1,226
4,739
13,871
26,944
40,667


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


2,502
4,628
10,948
15,766
17,152
11,927
4,543
926
527
725
1,121
1,727


2,409
4,614
11,040
15,851
17,671


See footnotes page 8.


-7-


- 4

+ 1
+ 1
+ 3


2,409
7,023
18,063
33,914
51,585


- 4
- 2


+ 1


93
107
15
70
589


2,502
7,130
18,078
33,844
50,996
62,923
67,466
68,392
68,919
69,644
70,765
72,492


- 497
- 693
-1,161
-1,631
-2,049




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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States
: pBy months______ _____ Cumulative.
Month 1 2:Change from: 1958 1959 2/ Change from
Month 1958 1959 2/ last year 9
S* :'last year : : last year
S Thou. Thou. Percent Thou. Thou. Thou. Percent
Light breeds 1/:

January : 847 1,501 + 77 847 1,501 + 654 + 77
February 994 1,332 + 34 1,841 2,833 + 992 + 54
March : 1,131 1,727 + 53 2,972 4,560 +1,588 + 53
April : 1,552 1,898 + 22 4,524 6,458 +1,934 + 43
May : 2,156 2,886 + 34 6,680 9,344 +2,664 + 40
June : 2,134 8,814
July : 1,978 10,792
August : 1,097 11,889
September : 546 12,435
October : 468 12,903
November : 662 13,565
December : 1,093 14,658

Total all
breeds 1/
January : 3,349 3,910 + 17 3,349 3,910 + 561 + 17
February 5,622 5,946 + 6 8,971 9,856 + 885 + 10
March 12,079 12,767 + 6 21,050 22,623 +1,573 + 7
April : 17,318 17,749 + 2 38,368 40,372 +2,004 + 5
May : 19,308 20,557 + 6 57,676 60,929 +3,253 + 6
June : 14,061 71,737
July 6,521 78,258
August : 2,023 80,281
September : 1,073 81,354
October : 1,193 82,547
November : 1,783 84,330
December : 2,820 87,1502 -----__
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 "other." Light breeds include Belts-
ville, Jersey Buff, Royal Palm and wild turkeys.
2/ Preliminary.




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