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Hatchery production
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HATCHERY PRODUCTION
JULY 1960 L----- B-
SI S N EPT. u ust 16, 1960


Chick Pr d ctin"

The hatch of both broiler-type and egg-type-,iCcks by commercial
hatcheries during July was larger than in July 1959. The production of broiler-
type chicks totaled 173, 990, 000 and was 5 percent larger than in July 1959. The
output of egg-type chicks at 18897, 000 ws35percent larger than in July 1959. Pro-
duction of egg-type chicks during the first 7 months of 1960 totaled 399, 795, 000,
compared with 471, 677, 000 during this period in 1959--a decrease of 15 percent.
Output of broiler-type chicks, January through July 1960, totaled 1, 223, 496, 000,
compared with 1, 179, 210, 000 during these months in 1959--an increase of 4
percent. Hatchery reports on eggs in incubators August 1 indicate that the hatch
of both broiler-type and egg-type will be larger than in August 1959.

Poult Production

Production of heavy breed poults during July was up 13 percent from July
1959. The hatch of heavy white breed poults was up 19: percent and the hatch of
other heavy breed poults 16 percent. Heavy white breed poults hatched totaled
2, Z45, 000, compared with 2, 065, 000 in July 1959. Other heavy breed poults
(mostly broadbreasted bronze) totaled 2, 607, 000, compared with 2, 244, 000 in
July 1959. The hatch of light breed poults during July totaled 1, 556, 000, com-
pared with 1, 856, 000 in July 1959--a decrease of 16 percent. Production of
heavy breed poults during the first 7 months of 1960 was 6 percent larger than
a year earlier. The hatch of heavy white breed poults during this period was
up 13 percent and other heavy breed poults up 4 percent. Output of light breed
poults January through July was down 38 percentfrom the same period in 1959.
Total hatch of poults of all breeds during the first 7 months of 1960 was 1 per-
cent less than the total hatched during the first 7 months in 1959.

Turkey eggs in incubators on August 1 indicated that the hatch of heavy
breed poults in August will be larger than the hatch in August 1959. The light
breed hatch in August will be smaller than a year earlier.


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTUR
Agricultural Marketing Service Crop Reporting Board
Pou 1-1 (8-60) VVashington, D.C.






Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries


State
and
division


Broiler-tpe : Egg-type


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.
Ga.
Fla.
S. A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Niss.
E. S. C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W. S. C.
Mont.
Idaho
Colo.
Utah
Nev.
Mount.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
Pac.
U. S.


1959
Thou.
S 5,157
1,074
S 1,21
238
: 435
11,127
S 796
850-
4,28


5,945
: 696
510
1,561
S10,062
--5,368
440
2
125
:278


: July


:


2/ 7,108 2/ 7,290 2/ 50,763 2/ 50,320 738 1,638
5,436 6,070 43,680 42,271 3/ 37!
9,832 11,563 59,547 79,254 36 58
6,739 7,375 51,759 50,635 205 230
995 022 7,7 6,07 3/
11,94 13,800 87,487 93,405 2559
1, 63 1,751 11,997 12,185 190
31,254 31,425 210,37 223,509 1,082
1,527 1,522 11,057 11,269 685 899
69,364 74,428 482,861 518,615 3/1,797 3/ 2,752


1,305
3,560
13,755
9,829
: 28,449

S 525
: 10,759
8
312
S 43
204
:---


/ Preliminary. 2/ T
total includes North an(
and West Virginia. 4/


1,160
3,560
15,922
11,271
31,913
14, 74
1,39
556
2,571

0
333
40
184


10,205
26,280
?5, A56
67, 58
199,699
55, 24
5.,736
6,025
71,737
187
2,425
572
1,425


8,820
25,530
111,109
75,261
220,720
100, 24
12,632
5,100


130
2,507
514
1,434


24
130
165
221
540
164
g195

763

9
34
104
41


110
400
393
289
1,192




20
28
102
39


4/ 623 4/ 616 4/ 5,048 4/ 5,006 4/ 255 4/ 242
1,174 1,247 9,081 9,189 492 750
1,20 1,548 9,957 10,307 186 136
4.496 4,544 34,295 35,o61 4,298 4,592
6,879 7,339 53,333 54,557 4,976 5,478
166.421 173,990 1,179,210 1,223.496 13,984 18,897


o avoid disclosing individual operations West North Central
d South Dakota. 3/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware
Mount. total includes Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona.
2 -


*


*


III


:*
:*


July
: 1960 1/
Thou.
TT7
5,206
1,020
0
960
275
10,049
670
630
4,714
6,014
--- U5>U
5,732
705
450
1,700
9,637
390




250


January
1959
Thou.
3 ,9
9,16
66
8,692
1,817
24,461
80,068
5,119
7,270
32,450
44,39
10, 32
40,354
7,301
3,710
11, 170
72,855
2,475
2,840
41,817


2.556


through July
: 1960 1/
Thou..
35,628
7,422
0
6,423
1,78
19,5U
70,808
5,330
5,010
32,160
42,500
---9,550
40,634
5,202
2,970
11,195
69,551
3,116
40,66
2/

1,217
2.300


1959
Thou.
2036
102
11
196
7
241
765
570
310
778
1,658
--20-
813
390
160
72
2,055

458


66


1960 1/
Thou.

188
10





1 012


1,100
643
180


20
376
214










0
150
40
125


II






Chicks hatched by commercial hatcheries (continued)
SEgg-type : Total


a"'t :January through July:


division


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.
Ga.
Fla.
S. A.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
E. S. C.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
W. S. C.
Mont.
Idaho
Colo.
Utah
Nev.
Mount.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.
Pac.
U. S.


:January through July


1959
Thou.
2,806
277
8,019
222
6,388
: 21,136
11,778
:15,450
: 26,434
53,662
22,100
25,719
26,078
9,420
S11,756
95,073
38,495
52,410
22,584
3,551
13,322
19,186
: 596
: 159,144

1,357
5,752
7,537
3,577
12,914
: 7,398
3/39,507

6,540
5,102
: 3,932
19,258
3,315
2,173
4,000
17,439
26,927
: 1, 17
1,873
2,392
1,701
:.4/8,622
7,203
3,513
: 37,632
487,348
: -71 677


i


,A
l/ Preliminary. 2/ To avoid disclosing individual operations


a
B


total includes North and South Dakota. I/ South Atlantic total includes Delaware
and West Virginia. 4/ Mount. total includes Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona.
3 -


1960 1/
Thou.
2, 4"80
2,078
308
8,345
260
6,041
19,512
11, 280
10,730
23,304
45,314
17,500
24,680
24,326
7,260
10 058
83,824
31,734
4,100
17,211
2,601
11,382
15,657
8,175
130, 60

%28
4,477
_3/
6,120
3,099
7,977
7,453
3/30,780
2>5850
5,810
3,857
2,254
14,506
2,743
1,732
3,670
14,640
22,785
1,094
1,297
1,702
1,584
4/6,589
6,799
2,871
35,955
45,625
399.795


: Average

Thou.
3,990
1,738
31
1,636
253
4,095
11,743
1,114
1,677
4,,928
7718
2,638
6,931
1,902
856
1,402

266
877
6,491

2/
162
512
2/8,366

7,215
6,967
.!
9,525
1,390
21,502
2 30

1,204
2,755
6,812
5,681
16,453
9,121
1,089
548
8,952
19,710
22
167
195
135
4/593
1, 552
1,182
8,089
10,822
145.307


I


I


July
1959
Thou.
5,365
1,176
20
1,410
245
3,676
11,890
1,366
1,160
5,076
7,602
1,970
6,758
1,086
670
1,633
12,117
458
520
6,35,5
2/




9, 8
6,944
31
12,204
1,731
31,761
2 212
3/71,161
1,329
3,690
13,920
10,050
28,989
13,533
2,407
605
11, 522
28,067

1 7
245
--,-
4/87b
1,-bbb
1,395
8,794
11,855
180,.405


I


I


~


:January through July


1960 1/
Thou.
5,2 5T-
1,208
10
1,234
29
2, W
10,965
1,260
1,010
5,726
7,996
2,050
6,83
1,348
630
1,925
12,785
494
625
7,03.2
2/
252
375
2/8,928
11,5/21
7,605
3/
14,069
1,941
32,507
2,421
3/77,180
1,270
3,960
16,315
11,560
33 105
14 980
1,982
740
10 551
28,253
20
361
142
223
4/858
1,99T
1,684
9,136
12 817
192 887


I


1959 1 960 1/
Thou. Thou.
39, 293 ~,108
11,969 9,500
343 308
16,711 14,768
2,039 2,049
30,849 25,587
101,204 90,320
16,897 16,610
22,720 15,740
58,884 55,464
98,501 87,814
32,420 27,050
66,073 65,314
33,379 29,528
13,130 10,230
22,926 21,253
167,928 153,375
40,970 34,50
55,250 47,030
64,401 57,897

2/
20,174 16,B74
12,152 10,475
2/209907 2/181,18
60,04 80,J2
57,511 55,112
3/ 3/
95,024 99,525
15,574 15,284
223,151 231,486
18,455 18,722
3/522,368 3/549,395
13,889 11,405
32,820 31,340
100,458 114,966
71,790 77,515
218,957 235,226
99,561 103,467
17,909 14,364
10,025 8,770
89,176 87,603
216,671 214,204
1,704 1, 224
4,298 3,804
2,964 2,216
3,126 3,018
4/13,670 4/11,595
16,284 15,98b
13,470 13,178
71,927 71,016
101,681 100,182
1,650,887 1,623,291
- West North Central


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Baby chicks and turkey poults: Average prices paid to commercial hatcheries,
July 1, 1960
Stte Baby chicks, per 100 : Turkey poults, each
State Broiler : Egg-type pullets : Heavy breeds
and :breeds : Pure :Incross breeds : : ght
division straitt run: breeds : (Hybrids) : White : Other : breeds
Dol. Dol. Dol. Ct. Ct. Ct.
Maine 1/ 12.5 32.5 --- -- 75
T.H. 12.5 35.0 76 -
t. : --- 33.5 78 -
ass. : 12.0 38.0 81 90 68
R.I. : 12.0 32.5 -- 82 -
Conn. : 11 12.0 32.5 --- 85 86 70
N.E. 12.3 35.0 --- 81.8 88.3 70.1
N.Y. 12.5 39.0 55.0 83 86 65
N.J. 15.5 35.0 52.0 80 o 70
Pa. : 1/3.0 35.5 45.5 / 80 /5 1/ 55
M.A. 13.4 36.4 45.8 81.4 86.3 56.5
Ohio : 12.0 34.5 54.0 73 74 50
Ind. : 1 12.5 33.5 55.0 70 73 45
111. 13.0 35.0 52.0 67 73 50
Mich. : 13.5 36.5 53.0 6 6555
is. : 13.5 35.5 52.0 58 70 50
E.N.C. : 12.7 34.8 53.2 65.2 71.9 50.1
Minn. 12.5 34.0 451 4 1' 60 1 42
Iowa : 12.0 34.0 1.0 65 70 40
Mo. : 10.5 26.0 45.0 65 70 45
S.Dak. 35.0 .o --- 65
Nebr. : 16.0 33.0 51.0 68 45
Kans. : 11.5 32.0 53.0 66 70 4
W.N.C. 10.9 34.3 48.3 55.4 .042.5
Del. :/ 12.5 50. 73 75 --
Md. y 12.5 34.0 56.0 75 75 ---
Va. 1/ 12.0 39.0 55.0 6 73 41
W.Va. : 12.0 38.0 --- -- -
N.C. 1 12.0 35.0 56.0 64 59
S.C. : 12.0 32.0 --- 49
Ga. I/ 11.5 36.0 58.0 ---
Fla. f 11.5 39.5 56.0 65 65 50
S.A. : 11.9 37.6 57.0 66.0 65.6 42.2
Ky. 11.5 34.0 58.0 -
Tenn. 11.5 38.5 --- ------
Ala. : 11.5 .0 55.0 1 71 51
Miss. : 10.5 40.0 51.0 --- --
E.S.C. 11.1 38.4 54.8 6.9 --- ---
Ark. : 1/ 10.5 35.0 49.0 60 70 45
la. 1/11.5 43.0 53.0 --
Okla. 12.0 30.0 47.0 64 65 44
Texas 1/11.0 38.0 52.0 1/ 65 1/ 65 1 50
W.S.C. : 10.8 37.0 50.8 63.4 66.1 47.1
Mont. : 17.0 36.5 48.5 --- --
Idaho : 13.5 37.5 50.0 --- 75 60
Wyo. : 17.0 -- 60.0o --- ...
Colo. 14.0 .570 66 45
Ariz. 18.0 3.5 -.0 65
Utah 15.5 36.5 45.0 --- 72 45
Mount. 14.5 36.0 52.1 --- 70.5 ---
Wash. 1/ 13.0 36.0 42.0 60 60
Oreg.1J : 14.5 33.0 43.0 55 60 40
Calif. 1 12.5 31.0 4.0 65 65 40
Pac. 13.0 32.8 44.8 64.6 64.0 40.0
U.S. : 11.7 35.4 50.3 61.9 67.1 44.3
'/ As of the 15th of the month. 4 -





Chicks hatched by coyruaercial hatcheries United States


: By months :Cumulative
Month : 1959 : 1960 :Ch-ne from: 1959 1960 :Change from
_: :____: last year : last year


Broilcr-t'T-
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


Thou.

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
135,887
135,950
143,194
155,858


Thou.

160, .'"
160,487
175,360
172,023
195,403
185,524
173,990


Pct.


Thou.


154,011
304,195
487,652
668,291
843,433
1,012,789
1,179,210
1,329,142
1,451,211
1,572,871
1,702,600
1,884,120



35,814
97,237
215,073
344,671
430,453
457,693
471,677
485,081
498,899
513,189
526,654
540,992


23,687
38,336
72,782
97,771
103,467
44,855
18,897


184,396
198,823
248,142
269,794
298,870
230,379
192,887


Thou. Thou. Pet.


160,709
321,196
496,556
5 3,579
863,982
1,049, -
1,223, 496


23,687
62,023
134,805
232,576
336,043
380,898
399,795


189,825 1084,
401,432 383,219
702,725 631, i,
1,012,962 901,155
1,273,386 :200,025
1,470,482 1,430,404
1,650,887 123,291
1,814,223
1,950,110
2,086,060
2,229,254
2,385,112


6,698
17,o01
8,904
288
20,549
36,717
44,286


- 12,127
- 35,214
- 80,268
-112,095
- 94,410
- 76,795
- 71,882


- 5,429
- 18,213
- 71,364
-111,807
- 73,861
- 40,078
- 27,596


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Chicken eggs in incubators August 1, 1960


CG.:- oi i : Percent change from August 1, 1959
divisions : Broiler-type : Egg-type : Total eggs

New England 9 11 10
Middle Atlantic :+ 5 2 + 3
East North Central 4 + 73 + 8
West North Central + 4 + 24 + 6
South Atlantic + 3 + 80 + 5
East South Central + 9 + 64 + 10
West South Central :- 3 + 13 3
Mountain + 29 14 + 15
Pacific + 5 + 7 + 6

United States : + 2 + 26 + 4

Poults hatched and turkey eggs in incubators

Geographic White : Other : Total :Light breeds
:heavy breeds l/:heavy breeds 1/:heavy breeds 1/: 1/
divisions: 1959 :1960 2/: 1959 :1960 2/: 1959 :1960 2/: 1959: 1960 2/
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.
Poults hatched
during July
New En.-l rpl. 98 93 13 3 111 96 2 3
Middle Atlantic : 92 58 76 75 168 133 13 27
East North Central 444 588 274 274 718 862 233 257
West North Central :1,178 1,132 260 473 1,438 1,605 492 522
South Atlantic : 74 206 314 301 388 507 911 687
South Central : 62 14l 258 275 320 319 62 11
West : 117 124 1,049 1,206 1,166 1,330 143 49

United States : 2,065 2,245 2,244 2,607 4,309 -852 1,856 1,556

Turkey eggs
in incubators
August 1
New England 54 80 1 1 55 81 0 0
Middle Atlantic : 7 35 14 8 21 43 3 8
East North Central : 419 654 1 92 420 746 270 431
West North Central :1,325 1,340 15. 43 1,340 1,383 615 608
South Atlantic : 52 140 73 153 125 293 901 649
South Central 2 26 4 35 6 61 16 2
West : 58 165 112 539 170 704 97 39

United i-:ts : 1,917 2,440 220 871 2,137 3,311 1,902 1,737


See footnotes page 8.


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Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States

: By months Cumul-,tive
Month
nth 1959 1960 2 :Change from: 1959 196 : Chane from
: : : last year : : last year
:Thou. Thou. Pot. Thou. Thou. Thou. Pct.
Heavy white
breeds !/
January 1,141 1,181 / 4 1,141 1,181 / 40 4
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 4 23
.ay : 3,661 3,745 2 10,678 12,399 / 1,721 4 16
June 3,078 3,284 7 13,756 15,683 4 1,927 4 14
July 2,065 2,2h5 1 -9 15,821 17,928 2,107 L 13
August 1,004 16,825
September 772 17,597
October 863 18,460
November 1,192 19,652
December 1,238 20,890

Other heavy
breeds 1/
January :1,283 1,929 4 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 / 4,150 4 30
April : 13,303 12,749 4 27,347 30,943 3,596 13
ia : 13,172 11,918 10 40,519 42,861 2,342 6
June 8,514 7,901 7 49,033 50,762 / 1,729 4
July : 2,244 2,.607 1.6 51,277 53,369 / 2,092 / 4
August 86 51,363
September 46 51,409
October 114 51,523
November : 376 51,899
December 857 52,756

Total all
heavy breeds 1/
January :2,424 3,110 / 28 2,424 3,110 / 686 / 28
February :4,548 6,889 51 6,972 9,999 / 3,027 4 43
March : 11,271 13,540 / 20 18,243 23,539 / 5,296 / 29
April : 16,121 16,058 34,364 39,597 / 5,233 / 15
kay : 16,833 15,663 7 51,197 55,260 4 4,063 4 8
June : 11,592 11,185 4 62,789 66,445 3,656 / 6
July :4,309 4,852 / 13 67,098 71,297 / 4,199 6
August : 1,090 68,188
September 818 69,006
October 977 69,c.3
.c.-.-Meer : 1,568 71,551
December :2,095 73,646


See footnotes page 8.


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OFFICIAL BUSINESS


POSTAGE AND FEES PAID
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08905 2756


Fred R. Tarver, Jr.
Univ. of Florida
11-27-57 Dept. of Poultry Husb.
ML-Ha Gainesville, Fla.


Poults hatched by commercial hatcheries United States
: By months Cumulative
Month 1959 1960 2/: Change from: :1960 : Change from
1959 e960 2 1959 21960 2/ C
lastyear: : last year
: Thou. Thou. Pet. Thou. Thou, Thou. Pet.
Light Breeds j/
January : 1,540 545 65 1,540 545 -,995 65
February 1,360 781 43 2,900 1,326 1,574 54
March 1,769 958 46 4,669 2,284 2,385 51
April 1,943 1,063 45 6,612 3,347 3,265 49
May 2,434 1,551 36 9,046 4,898 4,148 46
June 2,160 1,613 25 11,206 6,511 4,695 42
July 1,856 1,556 16 13,062 8,067 4,995 38
August 1,068 14,130
September 387 14,517
October 317 14,834
November 363 15,197
December 559 15,756

Total all
breeds 1/
January 3,964 3,655 8 3,964 3,655 309 8
February 5,908 7,670 / 30 9,872 11,325 / 1,453 / 15
March : 13,040 14,498 11 22,912 25,823 2,911 13
April : 18,064 17,121 5 40,976 42,944 1,968 5
May :19,267 17,214 11 60,243 60,158 85 --
June : 13,752 12,798 7 73,995 72,956 1.039 1
July 6,165 6,408 / 4 80,160 79,364 796 1
Augu-t 2,158 82,318
September 1,205 83,523
October 1,294 84,817
.iov, mb-r 1,931 86,748
December : 2,654 89,402
1/ Heavy white breeds include heavy white-feathered breeds, such as Broad white,
white Holland, 7mr-ire 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/ Preliminary.


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