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Milk production and dairy products annual statistical summary
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MILK PRODUCTION

AND DAIRY

PRODUCTS


ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY




1964








U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service
Crop Reporting Board
Washington, D. C.
February 1965


Do 3(65)


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CONTENTS
Page
Summary............................................... ........... 3

Milk cows and milk production.................................... 4

Tables:
Dairy cattle on farms
United States ............................................... 5
States ........................ ................... ....... 6
Milk cows and milk production, annual
United States .............................................. 5
States ..................................................... 7
Milk production, by months
United States....... ................... ....... ............. 5
States .......................... ............................ 8,9

Manufactured dairy products: Production, stocks, sales and prices 10

Tables:
Production
Butter....................................................... 11,12
Cheese ...................................................... 11-14
Frozen products ............................................. 11,12
Evaporated and condensed milk............................... 14,15
Dry milk products ......................................... 15

Stocks
Evaporated and condensed milk.............................. 16
Dry milk products........................................... 16,17

Manufacturing milk prices and milkfat tests
Butter ...................... ............................... 17
Cheese ............................................... ....... 17,18
Evaporated milk............................................. 18
All ......................................................... 18,19

Manufacturers' selling prices
Evaporated milk ............................................. 19
Dry milk products ......................................... 20,21

Cold storage holdings of dairy products....................... 22

Fluid milk and cream: Prices, sales and receipts................. 23

Tables:
Fluid milk prices
To producers................................................ 24
To consumers................................................ 24-26
Daily sales and test
Whole milk................ ................................. 27,28
Skim milk products .......................................... 27,28
Milk and cream mixtures.................................... 29,30
Fluid cream ................ .. ........................ 29,30


Daily receipts ...............................................


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MILK PRODUCTION AND DAIRY PRODUCTS, 1964 I/


SUMMARY

A record quantity of milk was produced in the United States during 1964, by the
smallest number of milk cows in 60 years. The revised estimate of 1964 milk produc-
tion is 126.6 billion pounds, 1.3 percent more than the revised total of 125.0 billion
pounds for 1963. The average annual rate of 7,880 pounds of milk per cow in 1964 was
up 4 percent from 1963 -- the largest year-to-year gain since 1958. The extra day in
1964 (leap year) contributed to the increase from 1963 in total milk production and
annual milk production per cow. On a daily-average basis, total milk production for
1964 was 1.0 percent above 1963. The annual average number of milk cows in 1964, at
16,065 thousand, was nearly 3 percent less than the 1963 average number.

All-time high records were set during 1964 in the production of 9 manufactured
items. Peak output was reached for 6 cheese items: American, brick and Munster,
Italian, blue mold, and cottage cheese (both creamed and curd). Total cheese produc-
tion was a record, exceeding 1963 by 4 percent. Cream cheese, was second highest of
record and cottage cheese (both curd and creamed) increased 2 percent. American
cheese rose 5 percent; Italian, 8 percent; brick and Munster combined, 9 percent; and
blue mold, 10 percent. Swiss cheese output dropped 1 percent; Limburger, 9 percent;
and Neufchatel, 17 percent below the 1963 total. Creamery butter production in 1964
increased 1 percent, highest output since 1954 except in 1961 and 1962. Output of 3
frozen products advanced to new highs in 1964: ice cream and Mellorine each gained
2 percent and ice milk, 6 percent. Milk sherbet production was up 3 percent, still
below previous highs set in 1943, 1944, and 1945. Evaporated whole milk production
was fractionally less than in 1963, the lowest in 30 years. Canned sweetened con-
densed whole milk was a fifth more, highest production since 1949. Total nonfat dry
milk for human food rose 3 percent and was second highest record production. Dry
whole milk and dry buttermilk output was practically unchanged from a year earlier.

Dealers' buying prices for fluid milk during 1964 averaged $5.35 per hundred-
weight, 4 cents above the 1963 average. Home delivery prices per single quart in 25
major cities averaged 27.7 cents for the most common grade, up six-tenths of a
cent. For milk sold out of stores in half-gallon containers, the 25-city
average was 46.4 cents -- six-tenths of a cent above the 1963 average. Preliminary
1964 whole milk sales in 9 States and 72 Federal Order marketing areas were 1.2 per-
cent more than a year earlier. Skim milk sales in 80 of these areas increased by 11
percent, while sales of milk and cream mixtures in 74 marketing areas declined 3 per-
cent from 1963. In 75 areas, sales of other cream items declined 1 percent. The
milk equivalent of 1964 sales in 75 areas was about 2 percent higher than in 1963.
Milk receipts from producers in 85 marketing areas averaged 157 million pounds per
day -- 3 percent greater than in 1963.

Warehouse holdings of creamery butter averaged 180 million pounds monthly during
1964, compared with 328 million during 1963. There were 244 million pounds maximum
stocks on August 1, 1964, down 39 percent from the 1963 high reached on July 1.
American cheese stocks also averaged lower. Average monthly holdings were 302 million
pounds, 43 million less than in 1963. Average monthly supplies of fluid cream were
one million pounds more than in 1963, but supplies of plastic cream were up only
slightly. Holdings of evaporated and condensed milk (bulk and case goods) were about
the same as 1963, averaging 8 million pounds per month during 1964.


1/ This report was prepared in the Dairy Statistics Branch under the direction of
I. E. Wissinger, Chief, and agricultural statisticians W. D. Bormuth, G. G. Butler,
L. W. Haynes, L. W. Wallin, and M. R. Banks.


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MILK COWS AND MILK PRODUCTION, 1964


A record quantity of milk was produced in the United States during 1964,
by the smallest number of milk cows in 60 years. The revised estimate of 1964
milk production is 126.6 billion pounds, 1.3 percent more than the revised
total of 125.0 billion pounds for 1963. These revised estimates are based on
an annual review of more complete production and utilization check data. The
average annual rate of 7,880 pounds of milk per cow in 1964 was up 4 percent
from 1963 -- largest year-to-year gain since 1958. The extra leap year day
helped increase both total milk production and annual rate per cow. On a daily-
average.basis, total milk production for 1964 rose 1.0 percent. The annual
average number of milk cows in 1964, at 16,065 thousand, was nearly 3 percent
less than the 1963 average number. The 1964 milk production was equivalent to
659 pounds per person, down 1 pound.
During most of 1964, monthly milk production was above the corresponding
months of 1963 and the largest gains were in February and December. Production
dropped slightly below a year earlier in June and July. Regionally, the strongest
gain above 1963 milk production was in the West North Central, up about 4 percent.
Production was up more than 1 percent in the East North Central, up 0.8 percent
in the Western Region, unchanged in the North Atlantic, but slightly below 1963
in the South Atlantic and South Central. Minnesota, up 7 percent, led all States
in milk production gains. Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, and South Dakota, each with
an increase of 5 percent, tied for second place. Production rose 4 percent in
Iowa and New Mexico, and 3 percent in Louisiana and California. As usual,
Wisconsin had the largest milk production, followed by Minnesota, New York,
California, and Pennsylvania. Minnesota's sharp increase was sufficient to re-
place New York, which had been second in 1963.

The national average rate of milk per cow in 1964 was 7,880 pounds -- 4 per-
cent more than the 1963 average, the largest increase since 1958. Milk output
per cow was more than in 1963 in all regions. Regionally, the largest gain was
6 percent in the West North Central, next was a 5-percent increase in the
South Central. With an average of 10,810 pounds, California led all States in
annual output per cow, followed by Arizona with 10,170 pounds. Massachusetts,
Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Washington, Alaska,
and Hawaii all had annual rates per cow above 9,000 pounds.

In June 1964, the number of milk cows was about 3 percent less than a year
earlier, and in December a little over 2 percent less than the preceding December.
The annual average in 1964 was 16,065 thousand milk cows, down nearly 3 percent
from 1963. Milk cow numbers were lower than in 1963 in all regions, most sharply
in the South Central. Milk cow numbers increased slightly in Florida and Arizona
and were unchanged in South Dakota, New Mexico, and Hawaii. The annual average
decreased in all other States.

Milk cows and heifers 2 years and older in the United States totaled 17,593
thousand on January 1, 1965, down 3 percent from a year earlier, the eleventh
consecutive yearly decrease and the smallest number of record since 1904. Estimates
by States, on page 6, include heifers 2 years and over, which have not freshened.
There were 4,374 thousand dairy replacement heifers 1 to 2 years old on January 1,
a loss of 4 percent from the same date last year. Heifer calves under 1 year
held for milking purposes decreased 2 percent to 4,874 thousand on January 1, 1965.


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Table 1.-Milk cows and milk production, United States, 1955-64 V/

Year ilk cows Production per milk cow 3/ Total milk production 3/
Year Milk cows
on farms 2/ Milk Milkfat Quantity Per capital
Thousands Pounds Pounds Mil. lb. Pounds
1955......... 21,044 5,b42 225 122,945 744
1956......... 20,501 6,090 233 124,860 742
1957......... 19,774 6,303 240 124,628 728
1958........ 18,711 6,585 249 123,220 708
1959......... 17,901 6,815 256 121,989 689
1960......... 17,560 7,002 263 122,951 680
1961 ...... 17,367 7,223 271 125,442 683
1962 .17,050 7,391 276 126,021 675
1963......... 16,534 7,561 281 125,009 660
1964......... t 1-6- 7,880 292 126,598 659
IIncludes estimates for Alaska and Hawaii beginning 1960.
/ Average number on farms during year, excluding heifers not yet fresh.
/Excludes milk sucked by calves.

Table 2.-Milk cows and milk production by months, United States, average 1958-62, 1963, and 1964
Milk cows Milk per cow/ Milk production 2/
on farms 1 -
Month Change
Month Average 1963 196 AverAverage 1963 196 Change
8-5 62 1958-62 1963 1964 1958-2 1963 1964 from1963
Thou. Thou. Thou. Lb. Lb. Lb. Mil.lb. Mil.lb. Mil.lb. Percent
January...... 17,959 16,799 16,240 549 600 625 9,867 10,083 10,148 +0.6
February..... 17,914 16,754 16,208 526 566 613 9,421 9,479 9,937 3/+4.8
March........ 17,869 16,701 16,175 603 653 686 10,778 10,898 11,099 +1.8
April........ 17,822 16,646 16,142 622 673 705 11,088 11,207 11,383 +1.6
May.......... 17,780 16,601 16,107 694 742 767 12,331 12,314 12,356 +0.3
June......... 17,738 16,555 16,078 671 716 735 11,901 11,858 11,820 -0.3
July......... 17,699 16,511 16,046 617 660 678 10,913 10,892 10,874 -0.2
August....... 17,660 16,453 16,015 573 617 639 10,114 10,155 10,235 +0.8
September... 17,622 16,413 15,990 536 583 603 9,450 9,571 9,636 +0.7
October...... 17,582 16,365 15,954 540 587 608 9,489 9,602 9,700 +1.0
November..... 17,543 16,321 15,927 516 565 591 9,054 9,218 9,419 +2.2
December..... 17,507 16,278 15,902 547 598 628 9,580 9,732 9,991 +2.7
Annual..... 1725 16,534 16,065 6,995 7,561 7,o0 123,956 125,009 126,598 3/+1.3
/ Excludes heifers not yet fresh.
Excludes milk sucked by calves.
Extra day in February 1964. Daily average change is +1.2 for February and +1.0 for the year.
Table 3.-Dairy cattle on farms January 1, United States, 1956-65 !/
Cows and Heifers 1-2 years Heifer calves under Cows and heifers
heifers 2 kept for 1 year kept for eliminated during
Year years old milk cows milk cows year 3/
and over
kept for Number Per 100 Number Per 100 Number Per 100
milk 2/ cows cows cows
Thousands Thousands Number Thousands Number Thousands Number
1956......... 22,912 5,407 23.6 5,890 25.7 5,994 -6.2
1957......... 22,325 5,267 23.6 5,699 25.5 6,327 28.3
1i58......... 21,265 5,126 24.1 5,571 26.2 6,259 29.4
1959......... 20,132 5,050 25.1 5,526 27.4 5,655 28.1
1960......... 19,527 5,079 26.0 5,575 28.6 5,315 27.2
1961......... 19,361 5,063 26.2 5,550 28.7 5,257 27.2
1962......... 19,167 4,965 25.9 5,48 28.3 5, 53 28.4
1963 ......... 18,679 4,823 25.8 5149 27.6 5414 29.0
1964......... 18.088 4,558 25.2 4,993 27.6 5,053 27.9
1965......... 17,593 24.9 4,874 27.7
-7,3 4,874. -


y Includes estimates fbr Alaska and Hawaii beginning 1961.
Includes 2-year old heifers not yet fresh.
Cows and heifers 1 year old and over at beginning of year less c
year. Includes animals culled out, death losses, and farm slaughter.


ows 2 years old and over at end of






S-.-' 4.-Dairy catt:F on farms January 1, by States, average 1.50-63, 1964, and 1I '

State C'-'c and heifers 2 years Heifers 1 to 2 years old Heifer calves under 1 year
and old and over kent for milk 1/ kept for milk cows kept for milk cows
division era 19165 Average A19 rage 1 6 165
C,.' o 3" 1) 119Q64-63


Maine...............
N. H. ..............
as ..............
Mass. ..............
R. I. ..............
Conn. ..............
N. Y. ..............
N. J. ..............

N. Atl. ..........
Ohio ................
Ind. ...............
Ill ..............
Mich. ..............
Wis. ...............
E. N. Cent. ......
Minn. ..............
Iowa ................
Mo. ................
N. Dak. ....... ....
S. Dak. ............
Nebr. ..............
Kans. ...............
W. N. Cent. ......
Del. ...............
Md ................
Va. ................
W. Va. .............
N. C. ..............
S. C. ..............
Ga. ...............
Fla. .................
S. Atl. ..........
Ky. ................
Tenn. ..............
Ala. ...............
Miss. ..............
Ark. ..............
La ...............
Okla. ..............
Tex. ...............
S. Cent. ...........
Mont. ..... .........
Idaho................
Wyo. ...............
Colo. ..............
N. Mex. ............
Ariz. ..............
Utah...............
Nev. .............
Wash. .............
Oreg. ..............
Calif. .............
West. ............
Total L-7 States.
Alaska..............
Hawaii..............
United States.......


Thou.
1o5

286
100
15
96
1,382
138
984


Thou.
99
53
271
91
13
85
1,338
125
949


Thou.
94
51
266

12
83
1,325
119
911


Thou.
31
16
60
20
2
21
306
22
247


Thou.
29
15
59
19
2
18
297
19
234


Tho'u.
26
14
58
17
2
16
290
18
223


Thou.
32
17
65
21
2
21
310
23
271


Thou.
28
15
60
18
2
18
291
20
260


Thou.
27
Th
58
17
2
18
291
19
252


3,165 3.024 2.9U9 724 692 664 763 712 698
748 677 636 185 158 147 193 161 154
472 436 419 120 106 98 130 116 110
636 550 517 186 160 152 217 196 192
709 687 673 210 201 192 230 213 210
2,407 2.378 2,378 655 65 649 684 680 657
4,973 41728 4.623 1,356 1.280 1.238 1,455 1,366 1,323
1,421 1,421 1,407 418 416 409 436 424 433
934 761 835 240 212 212 251 233 231
715 633 608 178 146 143 196 1'0 178
302 276 262 66 59 53 73 66 59
275 256 256 57 52 53 82 80 81
348 304 301 83 66 63 90 74 73
383 327 311 98 88 84 107 99 93
4,377 4,078 3,980 1,140 1.039 1,017 1,234 1,154 1,il8
29 26 25 7 6 5 7 55
230 226 219 56 52 47 57 49 45
377 348 327 93 83 78 105 97 95
141 122 117 30 25 24 32 27 26
294 272 261 83 75 68 91 75 73
120 103 98 30 27 24 34 28 27
238 212 197 63 57 50 70 63 58
203 184 184 50 27 27 56 30 30
1,633 1.493 1,428 413 352 323 452 374 359
559 522 501 136 122 110 141 120 117
534 505 495 116 100 98 124 110 107
267 234 220 77 67 61 84 76 75
402 322 303 109 90 85 123 109 106
240 200 188 59 43 41 61 50 48
275 255 245 65 58 55 75 70 68
278 226 212 74 55 52 87 72 72
631 556 523 160 128 110 187 164 148
3, 15 2,820 2,687 796 663 612 882 771 741
84 74 73 18 15 14 25 22 21
223 213 204 73 69 69 87 83 79
32 29 28 8 6 6 9 7 7
133 120 118 37 31 30 46 40 38
45 43 43 11 12 11 12 13 12
54 56 57 14 12 12 15 14 13
106 102 99 29 27 27 33 31 31
17 17 17 7 7 7 8 8 8
264 250 252 72 67 65 86 81 81
175 156 150 49 43 40o 61 55 58
894 867 867 246 239 234 271 256 254
2,028 1.927 1.908 565 528 515 654 610 F02
19,362 18,070 17,575 4,993 4,554 4,369 5,440 4,989 4,871


2.8
15
18,088


2.6
15
17,593


1/ Includes 2-year old heifers not yet fresh.


0.6
4
4,558


0
4,37
4,374


0.7
3
4,993


0.5
3
4,87h


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Table 5.-Milk cows and milk production, by States, average r''<'-62, 1963, and 1964

State Milk cows on farms 1/ Annual milk per cow 2/ Annual milk Droduction 2/
and Average 1963 1964 Average 1963 1964 Average 1963 1964 'iane
division 1958-62 1:5.c-62 1958-62 from
1963


Maine...........
N. H. ..........
Vt. ...........
Mass. ..........
R. I. ..........
Conn ..........
N. Y. ..........
N. J ..........
Pa ............
N. Atl. ......
Ohio............
Ind. ...........
ll. ...........
Mich. ..........
Wis. ...........
E. 'J. Cent...
Minn. ..........
Iowa...........
Mo. ............
N. Dak. ........
S. Dak. .......
Nebr. ..........
Kans. ..........
W. N. Cent...
Del. ...........
Md. ............
Va. ............
W. Va. .........
N. C. ...........
S. C. ..........
Ga. ............
Fla. ...........
S. Atl. ......
Ky. ...........
Tenn. ..........
Ala. ..........
Miss. ..........
Ark ..........
La. ............
Okla. ..........
Tex. ...........
S. Cent. .....
Mont. ..........
Idaho............
Wyo. ...........
Colo. .........
N. Mex. ........
Ariz. ..........
Utah...........
Nev. ...........
Wash. .........
Oreg. ..........
Calif. .........
West. ........
Alaska..........
Hawaii..........
U. S..........


Thou.
95
51
259
94
14.3
88
1,254
130
884


Thou. Thou.
90 87
47 h4
251 240
87 83
12.0 11.1
76 74
1,217 1,198
117 112
848 820


Lb.
7,662
7,582
7,436
8,208
8,658
8,474
8,140
8,888
7.654


Lb.
8,680
8,300
8,030
9,360
9,170
9,260
8,880
9,690
8.370


Lb.
8,980
8,450
8,380
9,770
9,550
9,610
9,110
9,770
8.600


Mil.lb.
725
388
1,926
772
123
740
'10,207
1,156
6,764


Mil.lb.
781
390
2,016
814
110
704
10,807
1,134
7.098


Mil.lb.
781
372
2,011
811
106
711
10,914
1,094
7.052


Percent
0
-5
0
0
-4
+1
+1
-4
-1


2,869 2.745 2.669 7,950 8.690 8,937 22,802 23,854 23,852 0
685 626 599 7,724 8,640 8,980 5,279 5,409 5,379 -1
438 398 386 7,474 8,320 8,750 3,263 3,311 3,378 +2
Z55 504 478 7,460 8,300 8,670 4,352 4,183 4,144 -1
649 627 620 8,132 8,980 9,280 5,276 5,630 5,754 +2
2,159 2,127 2,115 8,314 8,670 8,930 17,943 18,441 18,887 +2
4,515 4,282 4,198 8,005 8,635 8,943 36,113 36,974 37,542 +2
1,282 1,266 1,265 7, 01 8,090 8,670 10,123 10,242 10,968 +7
-63 798 780 6,964 7,470 7,920 6,006 5,961 6,178 +4
667 604 573 5,590 5,800 6,020 3,727 3,503 3,449 -2
282 255 244 6,200 6,490 6,800 1,746 1,655 1,659 0
253 233 233 5,658 5,860 6,180 1,427 1,365 1,440 +5
330 287 278 6,060 6,450 6,600 1,995 1,851 1,835 -1
341 300 285 5,766 6,060 6,480 1,960 1,818 1,847 +2
4,018 3,743 3,658 6,723 7,052 7,484 26,984 26,395 27,376 +4
27 24 23 7,006 7,500 7,700 187 180 177 -2
218 212 207 7,028 7,370 7,520 1,532 1,562 1,557 0
335 307 292 5,974 6,190 6,450 2,000 1,900 1,883 -1
132 112 108 5,022 5,160 5,280 661 578 570 -1
274 250 242 5,781 6,200 6,420 1,579 1,550 1,554 0
112 99 93 4,890 5,290 5,540 548 524 515 -2
221 193 181 4,708 5,000 5,260 1,039 965 952 -1
189 177 178 6,656 7,500 7,580 1,256 1,328 1,349 +2
1,508 1,374 1,324 5,846 6,250 6,463 8,801 8,587 8,557 0
508 476 455 5,022 5,530 5,800 2,550 2,632 2,639 0
500 476 459 4,526 4,710 4,780 2,259 2,242 2,194 -2
249 216 205 3,934 4,210 4,410 976 909 904 -1
372 304 2.4 3,466 3,820 4,000 1,282 1,161 1,136 -2
226 190 175 4,214 4,450 4,650 949 846 814 -4
238 219 211 3,620 4,240 4,520 859 929 954 +3
261 213 199 5,648 6,300 6,550 1,466 1,342 1,303 -3
589 519 489 5,122 5,700 6,150 2,998 2,958 3,007 +2
2,943 2,613 2,477 4,548 4,982 5,229 13,339 13,019 12,951 -1
80 70 68 5,776 6,040 6,070 461 423 413 -2
201 191 185 8,008 8,350 8,200 1,612 1,595 1,517 -5
31 27 26 6,210 6,600 6,910 190 178 180 +1
124 112 108 6,852 7,550 7,770 850 846 839 -1
41 40 4o 5,974 6,850 7,100 247 274 284 +4
50 51 52 9,190 9,900 10,170 458 505 529 +5
95 90 86 8,006 8,370 8,490 759 753 730 -3
15.0 14.6 14.3 7,390 8,360 8,950 111 122 128 +5
235 222 216 8,326 8,960 9,260 1,956 1,989 2,000 +1
161 144 137 6,982 7,250 7,310 1,122 1,044 1,001 -4
822 798 790 9,780 10,400 10,810 8,031 8,299 8,540 +3
1,855 1,760 1,722 8,523 9,107 9,385 15,796 16,028 16,161 +1
3/2.7 2.6 2.53/8,140 8,830 9,080 3/22.0 23.0 22.7 -1
3/14.0 14.1 14.1 /9,217 9,140 9,640 2130 129 136 +5


17,725


16,534 16,065


1/ Average number on farms during year, excludini
/Excludes milk sucked by calves.
/ Short-time average.


6,995 7,561 7,880


123,986


125,009 126,598


+1.3


heifers not yet fresh.


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Table 6.-Milk Production, by States and month, 1963


State Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. ov. Dec. Total

Million pounds
Maine. 63 57 64 66 71 74 70 67 65 63 59 62 781
N.H.. 34 30 34 34 37 37 33 31 30 30 29 31 390
Vt.... 164 147 173 181 198 199 170 158 157 159 150 160 2,016
Mass.. 70 64 71 71 76 70 68 66 64 65 63 66 81a
R. I.. 9.2 8.5 9.6 9.6 10.2 9.7 9.3 9.2 8.8 8.9 8.4 8.6 110
Conn.. 61 55 62 60 64 60 56 59 57 57 55 58 704
N. .. 925 844 980 996 1,075 1,034 866 805 801 824 797 860 10,807
N. J. 98 91 103 101 110 97 90 90 88 89 86 91 1,13h
Pa.... 592 543 653 641 724 646 575 568 546 541 525 544 7,098

Ohio.. 444 Lo5 458 467 531 195 468 454 424 423 410 430 5,409
Ind... 242 246 277 284 323 31L 308 291 271 262 250 243 3,311
Ill... 340 315 350 359 416 402 380 351 322 31A 307 325 L,183
Mich.. 6L 424 473 L8k 522 511 477 462 450 467 442 454 5,:30
Wis... 1,495 1,420 1,653 1,703 1,874 1,861 1,553 1,381 1,316 1,379 1,335 1,471 18,441

Minn.. 946 914 1,046 1,020 1,082 1,012 822 645 563 632 702 858 10, 20?
Iowa.. 461 455 507 525 600 591 549 492 447 h19 427 158 5,9A1
Mo.... 246 239 278 313 363 367 347 320 298 2A6 238 228 3,503
N.Dak. 127 128 144 155 179 179 170 144 114 105 98 112 1,655
S.Dak. 100 104 118 118 135 139 135 115 105 99 94 103 1,3A5
Nebr.. 142 132 155 168 186 180 172 160 144 141 129 142 1,851
Kans.. 140 132 155 163 173 160 155 150 147 148 149 146 1,818

Del... 14.5 13.4 15.5 16.6 18.2 15.6 15.4 15.0 14.4 14.1 13.3 14.0 180
Md.... 124 117 131 129 149 131 130 137 134 133 122 125 1,562
Va.... 148 131 147 157 178 170 172 172 167 160 152 1 6 1,900
W. Va. 45 41 46 47 54 56 55 50 48 49 45 2 578
N. C.. 120 113 130 131 137 134 138 133 132 128 126 128 1,550
S. C.. 46 40 45 47 46 42 43 43 42 44 43 43 524
Ga.... 77 71 82 85 85 85 88 83 81 80 74 74 965
Fla... 116 107 119 117 115 106 104 102 104 111 111 116 1,328

Ky.... 170 165 196 221 268 265 264 272 243 211 180 177 2,632
Tenn.. 147 138 169 197 228 224 233 225 203 181 150 147 2,242
Ala... 70 63 67 76 86 84 84 83 80 76 69 71 909
Miss.. 87 78 90 102 111 107 111 108 102 95 84 86 1,161
Ark... 59 57 66 75 87 86 84 80 72 63 60 57 846
La.... 78 67 77 82 79 70 76 78 81 84 77 80 929
Okla.. 100 101 112 122 127 124 122 113 111 108 102 100 1,342
Tex... 246 225 259 267 267 248 249 244 240 242 232 239 2.958

Mont.. 32 31 34 35 44 44 41 37 32 32 31 30 423
Idaho. 124 120 139 142 157 156 145 136 126 121 112 117 1,595
Wyo... 12.5 12.3 13.5 14.0 16.6 18.6 18.3 16.0 14.7 14.4 13.4 13.7 178
Colo.. 70 66 73 74 77 74 73 72 66 68 66 67 84A
N.Mex. 21 20 22 23 25 24 24 23 22 24 23 23 274
Ariz.. 42 40 45 45 46 43 41 40 39 42 40 42 505
Utah.. 62 57 65 66 70 66 65 63 60 61 58 60 753
Nev... 9.7 9.2 10.2 10.4 10.9 10.6 10.9 10.6 10.1 10.1 9.6 9.7 122
Wash.. 146 141 157 175 200 193 178 173 161 159 153 153 1,989
Oreg.. 71 67 86 101 114 109 105 96 83 77 69 66 1,044
Calif. 668 622 725 719 756 722 737 720 673 678 637 642 8,299

Alaska 1.88 1.77 1.90 1.86 1.90 2.03 2.14 2.04 1.92 1.86 1.76 1.94 23.0
Hawaii 11.8 10.5 11.5 10.6 10.9 10.1 10.2 10.2 10.4 10.9 10.8 11.1 129

U.S. ,1,,- 3 9,479 10,898 11,207 12,314 11,P58 10,892 10,155 9,571 9,602 9,218 9,732 125,009






Table 7.-Milk Production, by States and months, 1961


Million pounds
Maine. 63 59 64 67 72 73 70 67 65 62 58 61 781
N.H.. 31 29 33 33 35 35 31 30 28 29 28 30 372
Vt.... 162 151 175 180 199 194 164 160 14 159 151 162 2,011
Mass.. 69 65 71 70 74 70 66 66 64 65 64 67 811
. I.. 9.0 8.6 9.4 9.2 9.7 9.2 8.9 8.7 8.2 8.4 8.2 8.5 106
Conn.. 58 55 61 60 65 60 58 60 58 59 57 00 711
N. Y.. 904 868 984 1,004 1,096 1,027 857 809 803 834 823 905 10,914
N. J.. 94 90 100 99 105 93 88 88 83 84 82 88 1,094
Pa... 580 560 64 634 707 636 569 571 543 537 524 547 7,052

Ohio.. 439 422 464 464 519. 487 468 447 423 422 401 423 5,379
Ind... 248 254 287 288 322 313 311 295 280 272 258 250 3,378
Ill... 338 327 367 373 412 388 365 332 309 307 308 318 4,144
Mich.. 466 448 484 497 527 514 483 477 464 477 457 460 5,754
Wis... 1,544 1,523 1,747 1,787 1,904 1,861 1,576 1,406 1,311 1,375 1,351 1,502 18,887

Minn. 1,006 1,012 1,116 1,088 1,138 1,056 848 696 611 683 778 936 10,968
Iowa.. 488 495 536 555 613 593 549 494 455 458 450 492 6,178
Mo.... 242 250 276 306 351 356 343 314 292 266 231 t222 3,449
N.Dak. 128 137 150 155 175 173 165 146 117 106 97 110 1,659
S.Dak. 118 121 130 126 140 142 135 118 105 97 98 110 1,440
Nebr.. 143 139 155 169 182 175 170 158 138 138 127 141 1,835
Kans.. 146 145 157 162 173 161 159 152 144 149 149 150 1,847

Del... 14.3 13.6 15.3 16.3 17.8 15.3 14.8 14.6 14.4 14.0 13.0 13.6 177
Md .... 128 123 133 127 146 129 128 136 134 130 121 122 1,557
Va .... 148 138 145 153 176 164 169 173 163 161 149 144 1,883
W. Va. 44 42 46 47 53 52 52 50 47 47 45 45 570
N. 119 117 128 132 140 132 134 136 134 129 125 128 1,554
S C.. 43 41 45 45 45 41 43 43 442 42 42 43 515
Ga.... 73 72 83 83 83 81 85 83 81 80 73 75 952
Fla... 117 112 123 119 118 108 108 105 10 5 111 109 114 1,349

Ky.... 171 166 203 228 266 265 261 267 235 211 183 180 2,639
Tenn.. 142 137 157 189 218 215 217 222 207 185 157 148 2,194
Ala... 68 63 69 77 84 82 82 80 79 77 70 73 904
Miss.. 86 79 89 100 106 103 105 104 100 93 84 87 1,136
Ark... 54 55 62 71 84 82 77 77 70 63 61 58 814
La.... 78 73 81 84 82 74 75 79 83 80 81 84 954
Okla.. 102 10 108 115 119 117 114 109 107 105 102 101 1,303
Tx... 247 236 264 270 271 252 251 244 245 249 236 242 3,007

Mont.. 31 31 33 34 42 43 41 36 32 31 30 29 413
Idaho. 117 115 127 132 146 148 142 131 119 115 109 116 1,517
Wyo... 13.0 12.9 13.6 14.5 16.7 18.8 18.6 16.2 15.1 14.4 12.9 13.3 180
Colo.. 67 67 72 72 75 72 72 71 68 67 67 69 839
NMex. 23 22 24 24 25 24 24 24 23 24 23 24 284
Ariz.. 43 42 46 46 47 44 42 43 43 45 43 45 529
Utah.. 59 56 61 62 66 65 63 62 59 60 58 59 730
Nev... 9.6 9.3 10.3 10.5 11.3 11.1 11.3 11.1 10.7 11.3 10.7 10.8 128
Wash.. 145 143 150 168 200 197 181 171 164 167 156 158 2,000
Oreg.. 66 65 80 96 110 106 100 92 80 74 67 A5 1,001
Calif. 651 632 707 729 776 749 763 747 707 713 678 688 8,540

Alaska 1.96 1.81 1.85 1.81 1.90 2.06 2.02 1.96 1.92 1.85 1.70 1.86 22.7
Hawaii 11.0 10.3 11.2 11.0 11.6 11.3 11.8 11.6 11.3 11.8 11.5 11.6 136


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MANUFACTURED DAIRY PRODUCTS, 1964


United States production of nine manufactured dairy products in 1964 was
at a record high level, according to the Crop Reporting Board. There were all-
time high records in the production of the following cheese items: American,
brick and Munster, Italian, blue mold, and cottage cheese (both creamed and curd).
The manufacture of ice cream, ice milk, and Mellorine also reached new records.
Cream cheese and nonfat dry milk were second highest of record.

Total cheese production in 1964, at 1,703 million pounds, was a record high,
exceeding both the previous year and the last record, in 1961, by 4 percent.
American cheese, accounting for over two-thirds of total cheese, was 5 percent
above 1963 production, and a new record. Wisconsin, with 45 percent of the
Nation's total, was the leading State in production of American cheese. Output
of Swiss cheese in 1964 was 119 million pounds, down 1 percent from 1963 but
the 5th largest output of record. Brick and Munster cheese, at a new record high
of 52 million pounds, was 9 percent more than in 1963. Italian cheese made in the
United States, at 207 million pounds, was 8 percent more than a year earlier and
the 13th consecutive annual record. Blue mold cheese production totaled 17 million
pounds -- 10 percent more than in 1963 and a record high. "Other miscellaneous"
varieties of cheese, at 28 million pounds, were off 4 percent from 1963. Creamed
cottage cheese production was 814 million pounds, up 2 percent from the year before
and the 18th consecutive annual record high. Cottage cheese curd output was 613
million pounds -- 2 percent above 1963 and a new high.
Creamery butter production in 1964 totaled 1,434 million pounds, up 1 percent
from 1963 and except for 1961 and 1962, the highest output since 1954. Minnesota
had 26 percent of the Nation's total butter output, the leading State in produc-
tion of this item; Wisconsin with 22 percent was second. Limburger cheese in 1964
totaled 3.0 million pounds -- off 9 percent from the year before and the lowest
production of record. Cream cheese production was 110 million pounds -- up 2 per-
cent from 1963 and the 2nd highest total of record. Neufchatel cheese output, at
6.3 million pounds, dropped 17 percent from a year earlier, and, except for 1962,
was the lowest production in the nine most recent years.

Ice cream production of 732 million gallons in 1964 was an all-time high,
2 percent above the previous record in 1963. Ice milk output was 216 million
gallons -- a gain of 6 percent, an all-time high, and the 20th consecutive annual
increase. Production of milk sherbet, 43 million gallons, was up 3 percent from
1963, but down from the record highs set in 1943, 1944, and 1945. Mellorine
production totaled 51 million gallons in 1964 -- 2 percent above the year before
and the highest of record in 13 years.

Evaporated whole milk production, at 1,888 million pounds, was fractionally
below 1963 and the smallest volume since 1935. Output of canned sweetened
condensed whole milk, at 95.0 million pounds, was 20 percent more than the year
before, the 6th consecutive annual gain, and the largest output since 1949.
Total nonfat dry milk for human food, at 2,150 million pounds, increased 3 per-
cent from 1963 and was the 2nd highest annual production of record. Dry whole
milk output was 91 million pounds, practically unchanged from a year earlier.
Dry buttermilk production, at 86.1 million pounds, was a little below 1963.


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Table 8.-Crei
State
and
division



Maine ..............
N.H. ................
Vt. ......o.......
Mass. ...............
R. I. ....o.......
Conn. ..............
N. Y. ...o......0....
N. J. ...............
Pa. o.*.*.o.....*** *.
Other N. A. States .
N. Atl. ...........
No Atl*************
Ohio ................
Ind. *000000..000o0.
Ill. ...............
Mich. ...............
Wis. ................
E. N. Cent. .......
Minn. ....*.........
Iowa ................
Moo 0................
N. Dak. .............
S. Dak. .............
Nebr .............
Kans. ...............
W. N. Cent. .......
D. C. ...............
Del. ...........e....
Md. .................
Va. .................
W. Va. 0.....0.......
N. C. ...o..........
S. C. ...............
Ga ..............
Fla. .............
Other S. Atl. States.
S. Atl. ...........

Tenn ...............
Ala. ................
Miss. *............
Ark. ................
La. ................
Okla. ...............
Tex. OO...........OO
Other S. Cent. States
S. Cent. .......oo.
Mont. ..............
Idaho .............
Wyo. ................
Colo................
N. Mex. .............
Ariz. ...............
Utah ................
Nev. ...............
Other Mount. States .
Mountain ........
Wash. ...............
Oreg. ...o...........
Calif ..............
Pace ..........
U. So 2/ ..........


amery butter, American cheese and ice cream: Production, by States, 1963-64
Creamery butter American cheese Ice cream
1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964
Enumeration Estimate Enumeration Estimate Enumeration Estimate
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds gallons gallons
88 1 6,078
.- 1,189
10,024 8,005 6,oo0k 4 340
S- 31,381 31,980
-- 2,888 /
-8,445 9,065
60,303 48,820 32,768 35,760 76,054 79,970
S1/ 20,665 20,165
19,932 15850 2,640 71,102 72,070
S37 85 175 9,960 10,720
S 90,384 72,760 41,587 45,720 218,142 223,970
S 36,525 31,370 14,261 13,165 40,894 40,250
26,786 27,500 33,239 31,050 29,725 30,670
26,678 26,870 27,165 25,205 39,537 40,750
S 50,605 53,120 29,649 29,860 33,204 34,570
308,517 318,640 483,013 519,370 24,154 24,000
o 449,111 457,500 587,327 61, 650 167,514 170,240
346,978 373,795 57,072 61,835 20,722 21,535
S160,035 169,000 63,215 75,910 9,696 10,635
39,612 37,575 91,904 93,950 16,493 17,565
48,692 50,105 13,468 14,005 2,799 4,825)
33,381 34,310 19,236 22,510 2,039 )
50,792 47,400 5,556 7,840 8,925 10,125
S 22,791 23,220 14,402 17,330 6,296 5,480
-702,281 735,405 264, 53 293,300 66,970 70,165
S- 7,231 7,320
5,291 1
7,474 6,720 13,142 13
2,470 1,490 13,157 12,930
S- 4,493 5,355
16 Pi 14,806 15,020
427 / 3,179
251 y / 8,039 8,665
S- 19,657 18,080
100 705 8,142 7,810 8,320
10,738 8,915 8,142 7,810 88,995 89,
16,478 15,450 63,964 60,650 4,998 Y
8,597 7,880 35,853 34,020 14,359 14,345
V 1 3,418 3,065 8,191 8,120
3,197 2450 11,616 10,610 3,390
y 13,045 10,945 2,760
S156 V 7,155 645
11,328 11,505 7,156 5,020 5,493 5,575
3,363 4,085 3,963 4,610 22,714 24,240
4,626 1,995 210 11,605
47,589 43,365 139,171 129,130 69,060 70,530
3,714 3,670 3,236 2,915 2,119
33,543 28,985 32,604 33,245 3,169 V
S 2,465 2,540 V V 466
S 7,767 7,750 943 8,508 8305
V V 1,346
S / 1/ 3,214
7,362 6160 5,546 6,090 4,351
74 1/81/ 693
748575 340 15,685
S 55,325 49,190 42,404 42,590 23,866 23,990
22,36b 23,490 3,824 3,485 13,347 13,300
9,829 10,435 18,908 18,060 5,827 5,835
32,520 33,125 2,135 1,720 60,718 62,670
64,717 67,050 24,867 23,265 79,892 81,805
. 1,420,149 1,434,185 1,108,351 1,160,545 716,688 732,460


1Production data for this State are included
/Includes Alaska and Hawaii for butter and ic


in "Other States" and the total for this region.


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Table 9.-Specified.dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1960-64 1/


Ice cream Ice milk

Month -1964 1964
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 chge 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 chge.
f1ro6 from
1963 1963


1,000
gallons

44,469
48,066
53,679
58,335
64,119
74,340
72,682
76,035
65,154
51,481
47,260
43,985


1,000 1,000 1,000
gallons gallons gallons


44,310
45,439
59,043
53,378
64,350
73,226
73,019
76,361
64,405
54,275
47,732
43,818


45,651
47,386
55,748
58,181
66,325
71,453
75,470
75,472
60,675
56,008
48,216
43,843


47,228
46,812
55,605
61,984
66,653
70,418
78,499
75,643
60,695
58,832
48,755
45,564


1,000
gallons

48,595
50,435
57,845
58,975
65,485
73,820
79,920
73,920
66,295
57,195
50,765
49,210


Per-
cent

+ 3
+ 8
+ 4
- 5
5
- 2
+ 5
+ 2
- 2
+ 9
- 3
+ 4
+ 8


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
gallons gallons gallons gallons


6,397
7,092
9,102
12,661
14,825
17,963
18,831
18,995
14,815
10,218
7,720
6,558


7,079
7,697
11,331
12,555
16,292
20,255
21,568
22,051
16,553
12,052
9,119
7,427


7,900
9,193
12,659
15,778
20,927
23,266
24,888
24,712
17,346
13,697
9,756
8,018


8,983
9,920
13,877
17,553
21,811
24,481
27,221
26,310
18,756
15,829
10,731
8,903


1,000
gallons

10,205
11,125
14,655
18,075
22,140
26,035
29,060
25,505
19,955
15,770
12,415
10.770


Per-
cent

+14
+12
+ 6
+ 3
+ 2
+ 6
+ 7
- 3
+ 6
0
+16
+21


Jan. ..
Feb...
Mar. ..
Apr. ..
May ....
June...
July...
Aug...
Sept.
Oct..
Nov .
Dec. ..

Year...




Jan. .&
Feb ..
Mar. ..
Apr. ..
May...
June...
July...
Aug...
Sept. .
Oct. ..
Nov .
Dec .

Year...







Jan. .
Feb..
Mar .
Apr. ..
May....
June...
July...
Aug. ..
Sept .
Oct. ..
Nov. ..
Dec. .


Year... 372,901


1,537,143
1,484,126 1,420,149


L, 434,185
j+ 1


See footnotes at end of table.


,477,973 1,592,022
1,634,505 1l


1,702,975 + 4
i|


,631,438


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699,605 699,376 704,428 716,688 732,460 + 2 145,177 163,979 188,140 204,375 215,710 + 6


Milk sherbet Mellorine

1,880 1,990 2,085 2,213 2,335 + 2,537 2,825 2,987 3,058 3,255 + 6
2,072 2,073 2,155 2,131 2,305 + 2 2,913 3,066 3,401 3,151 3,450 + 9
2,613 3,108 2,813 2,997 3,080 + 3 3,454 4,044 3,905 4,197 4,055 3
3,510 3,212 3,477 3,775 3,595 5 3,830 3,948 4,194 4,453 4,400 1
4,362 4,516 4,759 4,426 4,480 + 3 4,350 4,737 5,164 5,047 4,750 6
5,451 5,243 5,252 5,030 5,370 + 7 5,339 5,277 5,475 5,018 5,555 +11
5,612 5,189 5,426 6,083 6,290 + 3 4,921 5,373 5,828 5,636 5,970 + 6
5,236 5,148 4,973 5,184 5,030 3 5,118 5,449 5,883 5,632 5,485 3
3,798 3,599 3,305 3,154 3,610 + 14 4,375 4,314 4,191 4,508 4,745 + 5
2,417 2,581 2,511 2,996 2,765 E 3,384 3,780 4,158 4,446 3,905 -12
1,970 2,017 2,048 2,231 2,450 + 0 2,738 2,812 2,876 2,925 3,080 + 5
1,813 1,724 1,847 1,963 2,145 + 2,255 2,400 2,532 2,434 2,630 + 8

40,734 40,400 40,651 42,183 43,455 + 3 45,214 48,025 50,594 50,505 51,280 + 2


Creamery butter (including whey butter) Total cheese 2

1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds

117,918 119,816 143,149 132,988 128,840 3 102,172 122,355 119,165 116,759 125,875 + 8
118,997 115,866 131,364 122,345 123,470 + 3 104,080 114,689 112,591 109,663 123,950 +13
130,270 130,754 149,626 135,518 139,355 + 3 122,728 140,933 130,643 131,199 145,790 +11
128,032 134,299 146,812 140,276 142,710 + 2 133,343 146,957 142,636 147,213 151,965 + 3
147,951 154,113 166,621 156,254 153,535 2 158,125 174,800 169,902 172,786 176,430 + 2
139,674 152,717 151,636 142,579 142,890 0 157,938 178,104 168,657 176,618 175,300 1
114,902 127,505 121,787 114,132 110,720 3 134,346 149,523 145,690 150,546 150,995 0
96,455 108,131 103,720 95,155 95,810 + 3 121,015 134,711 132,643 139,309 140,780 + 1
82,499 94,794 91,416 85,549 86,445 + 108,036 119,588 119,115 124,946 128,930 + 3
93.405 110,092 107,653 91,779 94,960 + 3 110,747 120,590 120,511 121,786 128,535 + 6
93,888 109,947 105,385 91,944 96,085 + 5 105,791 111,335 111,452 114,839 122,285 + 6
108,910 126,092 117,974 111,630 119,365 + 7 119,652 120,920 119,017 125,774 132,140 + 5


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Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1960-64 I/--Continued


American cheese 3/


1961


1962


1963


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds


62,758
66,116
79,781
92,708
115,113
114,853
96,343
84,328
71,506
70,150
66,292
76,170


82,485
77,244
95,161
105,711
129,15t
134,175
112,456
98,320
84,270
80,512
71,865
77,405


78,351
74,229
86,501
99,768
127, 684
127,006
106,851
92,822
80,919
77,796
69,687
72,873


75,279
71,364
85,471
102,461
126,498
129,918
109,802
97,972
83,970
77,911
70,755
76,950


1964


1964
chge.
from
1963


Swiss cheese


1960 1961


1,000 Per- 1,000
pounds cent pounds


82,435
81,450
96,480
106,525
128,330
128,140
108,690
97,685
86,675
83,620
76,905
83,610


9,016
8,656
9,610
9,978
12,482
12,305
11,531
10,615
9,609
9,530
8,555
9,194


1,000
pounds

9,402
9,005
10,709
10,841
12,776
13,134
10,767
9,796
8,647
8,606
8,038
8,787


1962 1963


1,000 1,000
pounds pounds


9,122
8,436
9,029
9,039
11,088
11,052
9,569
9,178
8,465
8,552
7,771
8,111


8,510
8,346
9,885
10,688
12,569
12,547
11,281
10,572
9,760
9,219
8,209
8,320


Jan. ...
Feb...
Mar. ...
Apr. ...
May ....
June ...
July ...
Aug ...
Sept...
Oct. ..
Nov. ...
Dec. ...

Year ...



Jan....
Feb....
Mar. ...
Apr. ..
May ...
June ...
July...
Aug ...
Sept...
Oct. ..
Nov. ...
Dec. ...

Year ...




Jan. ...
Feb....
Mar. ...
Apr. ...
May ...
June ...
July ...
Aug. ...
Sept...
Oct. ..
Nov. ...
Dec....

Year ...


99,095 102,142 116,607 107,831


109,810


+ 2


7,342 7,371 5,081 7,584


_______________________________________________ I I I


See footnotes at end of table.


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1960


Month


1964


1,000
pounds

8,425
8,490
9,750
10,255
12,050
12, 440
11,170
10,025
9,425
9,185
8,560
8,840


1964
chge.
from
1963
Per-
cent

- 1
+ 2
- 1
- 4
4
- 1
- 1
- 5
3
0
+ 4
+ 6


996,118 1,148,761 1,108,351 121,081 120,508 109,412 118,615 1
1,094,487 1,160,545 + 5 119,906

Brick and Munster cheese Limburger cheese
4,372 4,107 4,264 4,032 4,490 + 11 302 258 330 287 335 + 17
4,127 3,659 3,467 3,607 4,530 + 26 249 226 281 262 260 1
4,241 4,331 4,412 4,397 5,100 + 16 295 255 314 262 265 + 1
4,269 3,916 4,316 4,161 4,815 + 16 286 256 280 212 205 3
4,688 4,139 4,464 4,334 4,635 + 7 330 225 343 264 220 17
4,624 3,700 3,693 4,305 4,370 + 2 296 263 258 282 200 29
4,131 3,542 3,242 3,682 4,240 + 15 237 230 202 248 190 23
3,674 3,337 3,589 3,683 4,310 + 17 216 303 269 238 230 3
3,835 3,511 3,410 3,606 3,650 + 1 286 249 316 293 215 27
4,191 4,322 3,983 4,119 4,100 0 298 342 380 320 260 19
4,116 3,924 4,019 3,961 3,725 6 302 357 308 307 295 4
4,037 4,186 3,869 4,122 4,370 + 6 339 344 335 280 290 > 4

50,305 46,674 46,728 48,009 52,335 + 9 3,436 3,308 3,616 3,255 2,965 9


Cream cheese Neufchatel cheese

8,294 8,084 8,790 9,429 8,410 11 858 854 653 823 800 3
7,913 7,600 8,898 8,045 8,335 + 4 614 578 445 585 590 + 1
10,225 9,586 10,269 9,789 10,380 + 6 586 667 655 552 590 + 7
7,115 7,656 9,032 7,828 7,655 2 563 662 550 459 480 + 5
7,253 8,633 7,339 7,897 8,825 + 12 527 827 315 583 405 31
8,178 7,802 8,190 9,335 8,470 9 528 641 354 689 460 33
6,581 6,551 8,816 6,900 6,705 3 460 449 261 743 450 39
6,849 7,481 9,561 7,908 8,160 + 3 384 483 261 568 420 26
7,477 7,855 9,043 8,256 8,610 + 4 504 557 338 465 390 16
8,746 9,613 11,379 9,249 10,705 + 16 902 705 395 858 530 38
9,597 10,019 11,384 10,858 11,315 + 4 716 429 415 580 565 3
10,867 11,262 13,906 12,337 12,240 1 700 519 439 679 590 13


6,270 -


r


196







Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1960-64 l/--Continued

Italian cheese Blue mold cheese

Month 1964 1964
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 chge. 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 chge.
from from
1963 _____1963


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds


14,293
13,244
15,419
15,971
15,163
14,512
13,250
13,387
13,137
14,110
13,960
15, 55c.


14,572
13,911
16,604
17,470
17,118
16,161
14,847
14,894
15,021
16,068
16,143
19,040


17,030
16,565
18,990
17,950
18,030
17,590
16,200
16,555
16,570
16,510
17,140
18,280


Per-
cent

+ 17
+ 19
+ 14
+ 3
+ 5
+ 9
+ 9
+ 11
+ 10
+ 3
+ 6
- 4


1,000
pounds

1,316
1,260
1,368
1,281
1,357
1,285
1,146
1,137
1,064
1,357
1,235
1,363


1,000
pounds

1,352
1,564
1,411
1,281
1,336
1,437
1,309
1,328
1,439
1,236
1,246
1,266


1,000
pounds

1,286
1,173
1,246
1,225
1,272
1,248
1,118
952
1,062
1,252
1,271
1,402


1,000 1,000
pounds pounds

1,412 1,420
1,250 1,305
1,377 1,430
1,289 1,330
1,398 1,605
1,342 1,495
1,202 1,330
1,191 1,285
1,178 1,315
1,179 1,405
1,226 1,460
1,372 1,565


Per-
cent

+ 1
+ 4
+ 4
+ 3
+ 15
+ 11
+11
+ 8
+ 12
+ 19
+ 19
+ 14


Jan. .
Feb ...
Mar ...
Apr. .
May ....
June ...
July ...
Aug ...
Sept. ..
Oct..
Nov. .
Dec ...

Year .


2,076
2,418
2,798
2,455
2,234
2,344
2,381
2,624
2,425
2,664
2,637
2,526


2,415
2,293
2,862
2,645
2,125
2,039
1,841
2,283
2,397
2,863
2,800
2,674


2,530
2,425
2,805
2,750
2,330
2,135
2,020
2,110
2,080
2,220
2,320
2,355


27,737 29,582 29,237 28,080


i-I.


45,439
48,057
58,326
52,736
53,649
52,618
50,329
50,518
47,932
47,257
44,251
42,503


45,462
49,284
55,949
49,227
53,164
51,116
49,160
48,905
45,609
46,204
43,088
40,832


46,009
45,749
58,573
52,952
54,829
51,228
49,712
49,906
45,743
47,752
45,050
42,569


47,926
47,798
57,782
52,711
54,492
50,473
52,767
50,699
46,8L2
49,765
45,438
42,372


48,025
53,970
56,795
52,525
54,370
54,765
54,010
50,010
49,690
49,470
45,235
43,735


593,615 578,000 590,072 599,095 612,600


0
+ 13
- 2
0
0
+ 9
+ 2
- 1
+ 6
- 1
0
+ 3


+ 2


Creamed cottage cheese Evaporated whole milk

58,800 60,563 61,377 62,816 64,065 + 2 132,744 135,238 118,155 136,898 140,300 + 2
61,293 66,670 60,553 62,969 72,105 + 15 137,216 132,113 119,063 124,211 141,500 + 14
76,200 75,418 78,994 76,154 75,445 1 159,276 181,533 150,015 149,643 150,000 0
68,784 65,013 70,704 69,885 68,160 2 202,638 207,083 178,487 181,138 160,800 11
68,108 70,310 72,959 71,618 70,065 2 264,971 268,187 227,493 211,503 208,500 1
67,627 68,215 68,202 67,002 72,265 + 8 245,100 253,183 216,095 208,104 202,000 3
65,757 65,887 65,842 71,017 72,655 + 2 222,596 213,421 191,733 184,436 184,000 0
65,855 65,830 66,660 68,120 66,865 2 202,802 188,443 170,508 175,209 174,000 1
63,323 61,638 60,728 62,265 66,880 + 7 170,906 157,407 138,739 140,327 151,000 + 8
61,333 61,400 63,609 66,407 66,805 + 1 160,250 138,073 142,758 129,720 132,500 + 2
57,594 57,702 58,794 60,473 60,550 0 139,178 117,236 132,129 122,160 115,500 5
55,610 55,432 55,299 56,282 58,090 + 3 139,590 125,550 143,659 133,929 127,800 5


Year ... 770,284


774,078 783,721 795,008 813,950


2,177,267 1,928,834 1,887,900
+ 1 2,117,467 1,897,278


See footnotes at end of table.


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1,000
pounds

S13,141
12,888
14,202
14,870
13,838
13,438
11,887
11,710
11,506
12,932
12,558
14,563


13,610
12,798
16,221
13,942
14,914
14,532
12,033
11,707
11,141
13,014
13,086
14,801


157,533 161,799 172,002 191,849 207,410 + 8 15,169 16,205 14,507 15,416 16,945 + 10


Other varieties of cheese 2/ 4/ Cottage cheese curd


Jan. ...
Feb..
Mar. .
Apr. ...
May ....
June ...
July ..
Aug. ...
Sept ..
Oct..
Nov. ...
Dec. ...

Year ...




Jan...
Feb ...
Mar ...
Apr ...
May ....
June ...
July ...
Aug ...
Sept ..
Oct ...
Nov ...
Dec. .


2,115
2,257
2,420
2,273
2,537
2,431
2,030
2,102
2,249
2,641
2,420
2,419


27,894


2,203
2,015
2,592
2,692
2,793
2,420
2,186
1,956
1,919
2,240
2,371
2,350






Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States,
by months, 1960-64 I/ -- Continued

Condensed whole milk (case goods) Dry whole milk

1964 1964
1961960 961 1962 1963 1964 cgo 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 chge

1963 ____1963


1,000
pounds
4,783
4,998
6,115
6,712
6,271
5,723
5,724
5,455
5,695
6,038
5,517
4,799


1,000
pounds
6,407
5,669
5,931
5,753
6,878
5,702
5,604
5,932
5,322
6,004
5,232
5,403


1,000
pounds
6,100
5,549
4,393
5,200
8,257
6,846
4,710
6,547
5,828
7,899
6,889
5,844


1,000
pounds
4,965
4,469
6,228
6,899
8,112
7,723
9,202
9,565
6,852
3,897
4,029
7,015


1,000
pounds
6,000
5,600
6,700
10,700
10,000
7,200
8,300
8,750
6,850
7,800
6,6oo
10,500


1,000
pounds
8,289
7,307
8,747
8,523
9,179
8,791
6,709
6,999
8,195
9,023
8,465
7,771


1,000
pounds
6,566
6,111
6,845
6,185
7,438
7,503
6,501
6,527
5,454
7,686
7,564
7,315


1,000
pounds
8,739
5,851
6,619
7,599
10,073
8,414
4,924
5,883
6,048
6,787
7,809
7,371


1,000 1,000 Per-
pounds pounds cent


9,129
8,589
7,930
6,474
8,124
7,647
7,365
8,095
7,576
7,137
6,667
6,282


7,600
6,600
7,300
7,800
7,400
6,600
6,800
7,500
8,000
9,300
8,100
8,400


Jan..
Feb..
Mar..
Apr..
May..
June.
July.
Aug..
Sept.
Oct.
Nov..
Dec.
Year.




Jan.
Feb..
Mar..
Apr.
May.,
June.
July.
Aug.,
sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

Year.




Jan.
Feb.,
Mar.
Apr.
May.
June
July
Aug.
Sept
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

Year


25,870 27,799 30,474 23,218 15,750


-32


86,441 89,036 86,375 86,182 86,100


1/ 1960-63 from enumerations, 1964 are revised estimates. Beginning with 1962, data for Alaska and
Hawaii are included for frozen products, butter and cottage cheese.
2/ Excludes cottage and full skim American.
SWhole milk cheese including Cheddar, Colby, washed curd, jack, Monterey, and granular cheese.
Includes part-skim American types.


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67,830 69,837 74,062 78,956 95,000 + 20 97,998 81,695 86,117 91,015 91,400 0

Spray-dried nonfat milk for human food Total nonfat dry milk for human food

140,294 138,367 174,583 168,829 170,000 + 1 151,259 147,284 185,638 176,307 176,900 0
146,401 137,777 170,172 162,072 174,000 + 7 157,876 146,605 179,954 168,273 181,000 + 8
157,097 167,159 196,038 187,286 199,000 + 6 170,018 178,251 206,294 194,714 206,700 + 6
168,762 181,191 205,250 204,206 209,000 + 2 184,251 194,511 217,330 214,027 217,700 + 2
200,791 212,608 243,315 235,833 238,000 + 1 222,509 229,692 258,914 248,906 250,200 + 1
187,645 215,487 229,053 226,547 224,000 1 206,882 234,266 243,448 239,686 235,600 2
145,888 170,438 180,685 173,628 174,000 0 158,725 182,698 190,509 182,456 181,500 1
111,721 134,647 150,462 138,441 142,000 + 3 121,618 144,289 158,575 144,757 148,100 + 2
88,789 112,191 125,138 113,973 116,000 + 2 96,810 119,722 131,562 119,418 121,700 + 2
99,996 126,660 135,355 116,289 120,000 + 3 107,996 135,352 141,921 121,422 125,500 + 3
99,581 129,203 137,520 123,261 128,000 + 4 106,722 136,857 143,659 128,165 133,300 + 4
125,289 160,492 164,638 152,275 165,000 + 8 133,939 170,321 172,465 158,333 171,300 + 8
1,672,254 2,112,209 2,059,000 + 1,818,605 2,230,269 2,149,500
1,886,220 2,002,640 + 2,019,848 2,096,464 + 3

Dry skim milk for animal feed Dry buttermilk

1,776 2,192 2,582 2,127 1,300 39 7,604 7,226 7,906 7,633 8,000 + 5
2,069 2,188 2,587 1,902 1,100 42 7,593 7,417 7,538 6,771 7,800 +15
2,254 2,404 2,743 2,122 1,200 43 8,563 8,446 8,693 7,955 8,400 + 6
2,356 2,090 2,817 2,297 1,300 43 8,209 8,419 8,419 8,647 8,400 3
2,625 2,515 3,801 2,275 1,500 34 9,401 9,111 9,546 9,774 9,400 4
2,431 3,099 3,313 2,378 1,600 33 9,302 9,345 9,038 8,973 8,700 3
2,089 2,558 2,357 2,098 1,400 33 7,486 7,993 6,999 7,071 6,800 4
2,189 2,396 1,759 1,490 1,100 26 5,930 6,217 5,790 5,741 5,400 6
1,867 2,259 2,201 1,927 1,500 22 4,501 5,290 4,910 5,195 6,000 +15
2,205 2,051 2,272 1,643 1,400 15 5,569 6,119 5,511 5,854 5,400 8
1,922 1,774 2,068 1,498 1,150 23 5,631 6,264 5,729 5,803 5,400 7
2,087 2,273 1,974 1,461 1,200 18 6,652 7,189 6,296 6,765 6,400 5






Table 10.-Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported
stocks at end of month, United States, 1960-64 I/



Evaporated whole milk (case goods) Condensed whole milk (case goods)
Month

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964


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






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







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


1,000
pounds
178,131
135,954
95,491
112,475
206,758
261,179
302,101
364,741
341,169
319,174
292,937
220,987


1,000
pounds
154,401
125,606
83,206
107,658
213,378
309,990
353,519
367,241
364,529
336,176
282,605
225,061


1,000
pounds
153,800
104,688
64,447
95,830
162,998
221,487
258,929
271,319
262,681
229,114
174,215
141,381


1,000
pounds
119,278
92,999
59,728
93,379
141,073
194,153
223,504
243,062
231,847
199,848
150,788
131,659


1,000
pounds
96,805
82,623
69,692
82,648
147,596
208,179
249,435
286,284
231,051
227,365
219,525
185,307


1,000
pounds
3,718
4,596
5,517
5,436
6,435
6,255
4,856
5,467
5,484
5,835
6,262
6,533


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds


5,711
5,100
5,676
5,538
4,854
7,104
6,758
6,927
6,672
6,795
5,377
5,604


4,625
4,133
4,259
6,202
6,161
3,722
4,308
4,834
5,606
5,690
6,479
4,479


4,916
5,130
5,259
5,502
6,825
7,844
8,956
10,431
6,185
5,681
6,522
5,768


5,933
6,126
7,271
9,120
9,977
9,646
9,413
9,920
9,556
10,322
8,297
6,916


Dry whole milk 2/ Spray-dried nonfat milk for human food



6,814 6,189 8,162 7,099 6,212 93,382 93,009 120,669 92,588 77,648
6,793 6,122 7,642 6,772 5,901 98,092 99,311 120,336 89,346 81,344
6,822 5,813 6,102 5,159 6,576 92,756 96,687 117,417 83,844 94,019
5,753 5,829 7,073 5,235 7,515 100,262 117,428 122,618 94,695 99,522
6,848 6,726 7,437 5,511 7,138 135,925 146,960 146,228 117,947 124,860
7,951 7,159 7,689 6,521 6,362 142,640 164,986 155,878 128,747 120,463
7,205 8,321 7,591 6,482 6,165 133,849 157,826 130,472 108,408 116,964
6,405 6,630 5,473 5,497 5,876 115,755 135,513 109,278 92,937 108,557
5,254 5,740 4,203 4,750 5,998 95,173 119,702 100,030 75,841 87,782
4,892 5,538 4,906 5,040 6,315 93,881 114,209 81,536 58,674 83,077
5,550 6,014 4,552 5,314 6,043 87,360 106,071 79,347 59,857 88,139
6,890 7,307 5,119 5,274 6,968 88,917 120,857 94,256 76,857 104,876



Roller-dried nonfat milk for human food Total nonfat dry milk for human food


6,824
7,627
8,939
12,052
17,455
19,705
23,033
21,371
18,622
16,366
14,330
14,160


12,635
11,192
9,132
11,726
14,790
18,595
19,131
18,099
15,064
13,564
10,869
11,686


8,479
10,122
10,786
8,186
9,693
12,937
11,734
9,447
7,163
4,845
4,201
4,697


3,548
2,565
2,418
3,811
6,108
7,772
7,445
6,398
6,280
4,278
4,416
4,674


4,190
4,152
4,882
5,807
8,087
8,908
7,861
6,833
6,392
4,539
3,882
3,933


100,206
105,719
101,695
112,314
153,380
162,345
156,882
137,126
113,795
110,247
101,690
103,077


105,644
110,503
105,819
129,154
161,750
183,581
176,957
153,612
134,766
127,773
116,940
132,543


129,148
130,458
128,203
130,804
155,921
168,815
142,206
118,725
107,193
86,381
83,548
98,953


96,136
91,911
86,262
98,506
124,055
136,519
115,853
99,335
82,121
62,952
64,273
81,531


81,838
85,496
98,901
105,329
132,947
129,371
124,825
115,390
94,174
87,616
92,021
108,809


I/ 1964 revised to include data for firms not reporting previously.
SIncludes packaged goods.


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Table 10.-Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported
stocks at end of month, United States, 1960-64 i/ -- Continued

Dry skim milk for animal feed Dry buttermilk
Month
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds

January..... 650 1,163 1,449 737 1,303 6,133 7,176 9,513 5,796 5,081
February.... 723 1,053 1,310 753 1,333 7,609 8,352 10,521 6,542 5,944
March....... 723 1,224 1,208 852 1,037 8,469 7,233 11,679 6,296 6,780
April....... 839 1,317 1,242 760 1,104 8,709 8,365 11,055 6,148 7,053
May......... 1,299 1,370 1,433 830 1,247 10,774 10,089 12,162 6,745 8,986
June........ 1,427 1,739 1,667 1,277 1,329 11,843 10,555 12,173 7,045 9,841
July........ 1,626 2,040 1,641 1,462 1,288 11,929 11,285 10,878 6,562 8,519
August...... 1,836 1,901 1,459 1,797 972 11,253 10,320 9,881 4,910 8,111
September... 1,474 1,754 1,114 1,666 972 8,647 9,767 7,627 4,348 6,449
October.... 1,489 1,257 922 1,488 786 7,826 9,370 6,259 3,717 5,750
November.... 1,224 1,257 983 1,206 745 6,801 9,247 5,498 3,694 5,249
December.... 1,188 1,522 903 1,317 918 6,443 9,452 5,463 4,245 5,800

1/1964 revised to include data for firms not reporting previously.

Table 11.-Manufacturing grade milk used in selected dairy products: Average
prices paid farmers and average fat tests, United States, by months, 1963-64

Butter and byproducts V/ Total cheese

Month Milk price Average Milkfat price Milk price Average Milkfat price
per cwt. fat test per pound per cwt. fat test per pound

1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964
Dollars Percent Dollars Dollars Percent Dollars

January..... 3.24 3.26 3.74 3.73 0.87 0.87 3.32 3.40 3.84 3.83 0.86 0.89
February.... 3.20 3.22 3.68 3.66 .87 .88 3.27 3.30 3.78 3.71 .87 .89
March........ 3.17 3.20 3.64 3.64 .87 .88 3.21 3.23 3.71 3.69 .87 .88
April....... 3.15 3.18 3.61 3.62 .87 .88 3.15 3.16 3.66 3.65 .86 .87
May......... 3.14 3.18 3.61 3.61 .87 .88 3.14 3.14 3.65 3.66 .86 .86
June........ 3.12 3.15 3.58 3.58 .87 .88 3.12 3.14 3.64 3.63 .86 .87
July........ 3.15 3.18 3.61 3.61 .87 .88 3.15 3.16 3.67 3.66 .86 .86
August...... 3.20 3.24 3.66 3.64 .87 .89 3.19 3.21 3.72 3.69 .86 .87
September... 3.30 3.38 3.77 3.76 .88 .90 3.30 3.37 3.81 3.81 .87 .88
October..... 3.33 3.43 3.80 3.82 .88 .90 3.41 3.49 3.89 3.88 .88 .90
November.... 3.35 3.46 3.80 3.80 .88 .91 3.46 3.54 3.90 3.90 .89 .91
December.... 3.32 3.41 3.78 3.78 .88 .90 3.45 3.53 3.88 3.88 .89 .91
American cheese 1! Swiss cheese
January..... 3.31 3.41 3.86 3.85 .86 .89 3.32 3.38 3.80 3.79 .87 .89
February.... 3.26 3.32 3.79 3.75 .86 .89 3.27 3.30 3.73 3.71 .88 .89
March....... 3.19 3.22 3.72 3.70 .86 .87 3.22 3.23 3.65 3.66 .88 .88
April....... 3.14 3.15 3.68 3.67 .85 .86 3.14 3.17 3.57 3.61 .88 .88
May.......... 3.13 3.14 3.67 3.68 .85 .85 3.13 3.12 3.54 3.59 .88 .87
June........ 3.12 3.14 3.67 3.66 .85 .86 3.09 3.08 3.47 3.51 .89 .88
July........ 3.15 3.16 3.71 3.69 .85 .86 3.10 3.10 3.51 3.53 .88 .88
August...... 3.19 3.22 3.76 3.73 .85 .86 3.16 3.15 3.55 3.55 .89 .89
September... 3.30 3.39 3.86 3.86 .85 .88 3.26 3.27 3.64 3.64 .90 .90
October..... 3.41 3.51 3.94 3.93 .87 .89 3.35 3.38 3.72 3.74 .90 .90
November.... 3.46 3.56 3.94 3.93 .88 .91 3.44 3.45 3.81 3.81 .90 .91
December.... 3.45 3.54 3.90 3.90 .88 .91 3.44 3.47 3.82 3.85 .90 .90


See footnotes at end of table.


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Table 1l.-,.anufactu-ring grade milk used in selected dairy products: Average prices
paid farmers and average fat tests, United States, by months,1963-64 -- Continued


Brick and Munster cheese Italian cheese
Month Milk price Average Milkfat price Milk price Average Milkfat price
per cwt. fat test per pound per cwt. fat test per pound
1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964 1963 1964


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



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



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


Dollars


3.17
3.15
3.13
3.07
3.04
3.03
3.06
3.10
3.20
3.31
3.35
3.35


Percent


3.27
3.21
3.14
3.08
3.05
3.04
3.04
3.07
3.23
3.35
3.40
3.42


3.66
3.62
3.57
3.52
3.48
3.46
3.46
3.51
3.60
3.72
3.74
3.73


Dollars


3.65
3.60
3.59
3.56
3.51
3.47
3.48
3.51
3.63
3.71
3.72
3.71


0.87
.87
.88
.87
.87
.88
.88
.88
.89
.89
.90
.90


0.90
.89
.87
.87
.87
.88
.87
.87
.89
.90
.91
.92


Dollars


3.40
3.37
3.31
3.27
3.22
3.20
3.21
3.28
3.37
3.45
3.50
3.51


3.44
3.37
3.30
3.23
3.21
3.21
3.21
3.26
3.41
3.51
3.57
3.54


Percent


3.80
3.75
3.69
3.65
3.62
3.61
3.61
3.65
3.74
3.80
3.83
3.83


Dollars


3.75
3.67
3.64
3.62
3.60
3.58
3.60
3.63
3.73
3.79
3.82
3.83


0.89
.90
.90
.90
.89
.89
.89
.90
.90
.91
.91
.92


0.92
.92
.91
.89
.89
.90
.89
.90
.91
.93
.93
.92


All other miscellaneous cheese Total miscellaneous types of cheese

3.30 3.35 3.90 3.87 .85 .87 3.33 3.38 3.81 3.79 .87 .89
3.26 3.29 3.84 3.78 .85 .87 3.29 3.27 3.75 3.66 .88 .89
3.22 3.20 3.76 3.71 .86 .86 3.25 3.24 3.68 3.66 .88 .89
3.14 3.14 3.68 3.65 .85 .86 3.19 3.17 3.62 3.62 .88 .88
3.11 3.10 3.68 3.64 .85 .85 3.15 3.14 3.59 3.60 .88 .87
3.09 3.14 3.64 3.63 .85 .87 3.12 3.14 3.55 3.56 .88 .88
3.12 3.17 3.66 3.64 .85 .87 3.14 3.15 3.57 3.57 .88 .88
3.17 3.20 3.72 3.69 .85 .87 3.20 3.19 3.61 3.60 .89 .89
3.29 3.35 3.83 3.78 .86 .89 3.30 3.34 3.71 3.70 .89 .90
3.40 3.46 3.90 3.87 .87 .89 3.40 3.45 3.79 3.78 .90 .91
3.44 3.52 3.94 3.93 .87 .90 3.46 3.51 3.84 3.83 .90 .92
3.43 3.50 3.93 3.90 .87 .90 3.46 3.50 3.84 3.84 .90 .91

Evaporated milk 3/ All manufacturing grade milk 4/


3.45
3.26
3.30
3.22
3.17
3.16
3.19
3.23
3.34
3.48
3.56
3.60


3.54
3.45
3.36
3.25
3.21
3.20
3.22
3.27
3.42
3.57
3.64
3.65


4.11
4.00
3.88
3.81
3.81
3.80
3.84
3.90
4.06
4.15
4.19
4.20


4.08
3.94
3.87
3.79
3.78
3.77
3.79
3.87
4.02
4.15
4.16
4.13


3.27
3.23
3.19
3.13
3.11
3.10
3.13
3.17
3.27
3.35
3.38
3.38


3.34
3.27
3.23
3.17
3.15
3.12
3.15
3.20
3.35
3.45
3.50
3.47


3.81
3.75
3.69
3.64
3.63
3.62
3.65
3.71
3.82
3.88
3.88
3.85


3.79
3.71
3.67
3.65
3.63
3.61
3.63
3.68
3.81
3.89
3.86
3.83


.88
.88
.88
.87
.87
.86
.87
.87
.88
.89
.91
.91


1/Revisions for 1963, by States and by months, for butter and byproducts and American cheese, were
published by the Chicago Dairy office in the August 1964 issue "Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and
Cheese Plants" released September 30, 1964. Data for 1964 are preliminary.
2/Includes all types of natural cheese except American.
3/Revisions for 1963 by States and by months, for evaporated milk, were published in the August
1964 issue of the "Evaporated, Condensed, and Dry Milk Report" released September 30, 1964. Data for
1964 are preliminary.
4/Represents average prices received and average fat tests of all manufacturing grade milk sold by
farmers. Current figures for this series are published each month in the "Agricultural Prices" Report.


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Table 12.-Manufacturing grade milk: Average price per cwt. received by farmers,
and average fat test of milk sold by farmers, United States, by months, 1960-64 I/


Dollars Percent


3.29
3.24
3.21
3.12
3.09
3.07
3.10
3.19
3.37
3.52
3.55
3.53


3.80
3.73
3.72
3.67
3.68
3.66
3.70
3.76
3.87
3-95
3.96
3.89


Dollars Percent Dollars


3.44
3.31
3.30
3.31
3.29
3.26
3.28
3.33
3.42
3.52
3.54
3.51


3.81
3-73
3.68
3.67
3.68
3.65
3.69
3.75
3.86
3.95
3.95
3.88


3.46
3.39
3.27
3.11
3.06
3.05
3.08
3.10
3.21
3.29
3.32
3.31


Percent Dollars Percent Dollars Percent


3.81
3.74
3.70
3.67
3.65
3.64
3.67
3.72
3.84
3.93
3.92
3.86


3.27
3.23
3.19
3.13
3.11
3.10
3.13
3.17
3.27
3.35
3.38
3.38


3.81
3.75
3.69
3.64
3.63
3.62
3.65
3.71
3.82
3.88
3.88
3.85


3.34
3.27
3.23
3.17
3.15
3.12
3.15
3.20
3.35
3.45
3.50
3.47


3.79
3.71
3.67
3.65
3.63
3.61
3.63
3.68
3.81
3.89
3.86
3.83


1/ Before hauling costs are deducted and including premiums paid to farmers. This price series is
now one of the factors used in calculating the parity price equivalent of manufacturing grade milk.
Current prices, fat tests, and the parity price equivalents are released each month in the
"Agricultural Prices" Report.
2/ Revised.
/ Preliminary.







Table 13.-Evaporated whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per case of 48 141-oz.
cans in carlots, by months, United States, 1960-64, and geographic divisions, 1964 _

(Dollars)

1964 by division

Month 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
Month 196 1961 1962 1963 1964 New Mid. So. E. No. W. No. So. No. So.
Eng. Atl. Atl. Cent. Cent. Cent. West West

January... 6.37 6.32 6.29 6.03 6.00 5.94 5.91 5-93 5-95 6.09 6.13 6.12 6.03
February.. 6.38 6.31 6.29 6.03 5.98 5.91 5-90 5.90 5.94 6.06 6.11 6.12 6.03
March..... 6.37 6.30 6.28 6.02 5.98 5.91 5.90 5.90 5.94 6.06 6.11 6.13 6.02
April..... 6.35 6.29 6.16 6.03 5.96 5.86 5.86 5.88 5.93 6.05 6.08 6.12 6.00
May....... 6.33 6.29 6.07 6.03 5.94 5.85 5.83 5-87 5-92 6.02 6.04 6.11 5.99
June...... 6.31 6.29 6.03 6.02 5.93 5.85 5.82 5.87 5-92 6.01 6.03 6.10 6.00
July...... 6.31 6.29 6.02 6.00 5-93 5.86 5.82 5.87 5.92 6.01 6.03 6.10 6.00
August.... 6.31 6.29 6.03 6.00 5.93 5.86 5.81 5.87 5.92 6.01 6.02 6.10 6.00
September. 6.32 6.29 6.05 6.00 6.00 5-97 5.86 5.91 5-96 6.07 6.07 6.21 6.06
October... 6.33 6.29 6.05 6.00 6.08 6.04 5.95 6.02 6.05 6.17 6.17 6.29 6.15
November.. 6.33 6.29 6.05 5.99 6.09 6.04 5-96 6.02 6.05 6.17 6.17 6.29 6.16
December.. 6.33 6.29 6.05 6.00 6.09 6.04 5.96 6.02 6.05 6.17 6.17 6.29 6.16

St. Av. .. 6.34 6.30 6.11 6.01 5.99 5.93 5.88 5-92 5.96 6.07 6.09 6.16 6.05

1/ Manufacturers' prices are based upon the reports made by manufacturers covering actual sales of
goods delivered at manufacturers' distributing points on the basis of cash or short-time credit.


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







Table 14.-Dry whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1960-64 /


per pound,


(Cents)
Packages over 5-lbs.(including barrels& drums) Total dry whole milk 2/
Month 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

January....... 32.60 32.42 31-45 29.60 31.59 38.10 38.57 35.91 32.76 34.59
February...... 31.21 31.85 30.93 30.01 31.17 38.00 36.59 34.61 36.41 34.17
March.......... 30.96 30.22 30.58 29.44 31.12 37-58 35.51 36.71 37.04 34.56
April......... 30.33 31.38 29.91 30.83 30.16 36.94 35.91 34.54 36.26 33.41
May ........ 29.82 31.33 29.46 30.68 29.89 36.90 36.66 34.61 35.60 33.40
June.......... 29.41 31.27 29.10 30.65 29.86 37.27 38.51 36.36 36.18 32.33
July.......... 30.01 31.85 29.01 30.14 29.93 37.05 37.89 33.37 35.36 32.95
August........ 31.70 32.06 29.47 31.10 30.41 37.15 36.64 35-76 39.16 34.27
September..... 32.01 32.77 29.25 29.92 31.91 36.81 37-18 34.66 37-77 35.61
October....... 32.34 32.86 28.79 31.70 30.35 36.02 36.65 31.93 35.98 33.16
November....... 32.74 31.16 29.43 33.25 30.79 36.64 34.50 34.31 35.98 33.59
December....... 32.29 30.92 29.73 31.08 30.54 36.07 36.30 34.27 34.52 33.98
St. av. ...... 31.28 31.67 29.76 30.70 30.64 37.04 36.74 34.76 36.08 33.84

1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to derive averages, and segments also
weighted by shipments to derive combined prices. 2 All size packages, including 1-21 lb. and 5-lb. kgs.


Table 15.-Nonfat dry milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound,
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1960-64 I/
(Cents)
Spray process for human food Roller process for human food
Month
S1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
January....... 13.76 14.06 16.30 14.48 14.61 13.06 12.54 14.12 13.62 14.33
February...... 13.78 13.99 16.22 14.38 14.65 12.94 12.53 14.09 13.73 14.32
March......... 13.87 14.48 16.20 14.42 14.62 12.80 12.46 13.78 13.82 14.18
April......... 13.50 15.65 14.85 14.49 14.67 12.59 13.39 12.54 12.56 14.01
May........... 13.58 15.93 14.42 14.45 14.66 12.49 13.56 12.27 13.89 13.93
June.......... 13.59 15.99 14.30 14.42 14.62 12.61 13.71 12.22 13.75 14.01
July.......... 13.48 15.99 14.29 14.46 14.33 12.58 13.78 12.46 13.87 14.13
August ....... 13.50 16.13 14.24 14.47 14.65 12.60 14.01 12.69 13.91 14.16
September..... 13.71 16.09 14.40 14.40 14.79 12.56 13.91 12.88 13.98 14.30
October ....... 13.90 16.30 14.39 14.44 14.77 12.60 13.81 13.16 14.12 14.37
November...... 14.03 16.17 14.44 14.43 14.63 12.77 14.08 13.54 14.22 14.38
December...... 14.09 16.27 14.49 14.62 14.58 12.67 14.19 13.62 14.28 14.40
St. av. ...... 13.73 15.59 14.88 14.46 14.63 12.69 13.50 13.11 13.81 14.21

Total for human food Dry skim for animal feed


January ....... 13.72 13.94 16.19 14.44 14.60 10.26 10.60 11.57 11.23 9.89
February...... 13.73 13.88 16.10 14.36 14.64 10.63 10.70 11.44 10.45 10.10
March.......... 13.81 14.33 16.12 14.40 14.61 10.30 10.55 11.24 11.01 9.93
April......... 13.44 15.50 14.74 14.42 14.65 10.24 10.33 10.78 10.63 9.71
May............ 13.50 15.79 14.31 14.43 14.63 10.20 10.48 10.47 10.76 10.34
June.......... 13.51 15.83 14.20 14.39 14.60 10.32 10.56 10.26 10.52 10.16
July.......... 13.42 15.85 14.20 14.43 14.32 10.17 10.21 10.28 11.08 10.12
August........ 13.43 16.00 14.15 14.45 14.64 10.44 10.49 10.32 10.47 10.33
September..... 13.60 15.94 14.31 14.39 14.77 10.21 11.03 10.99 10.28 11.36
October....... 13.79 16.11 14.33 14.43 14.75 10.34 10.99 10.79 10.33 11.27
November....... 13.93 16.04 14.40 14.42 14.62 10.40 11.34 11.30 10.22 10.83
December...... 13.99 16.15 14.45 14.61 14.57 10.52 11.67 11.13 10.10 11-30
St. av. ...... 13.66 15.45 14.79 14.43 14.62 10.34 10.75 10.88 10.59 10.44


1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to
weighted by shipments to derive combined prices.


derive averages, and segments also


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Table 16.-Nonfat dry milk for human consumption: Manufacturers' average selling
price per pound in carlots, f.o.b. plant, Chicago area (Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan) by months 1960-64 1/
(Cents)

Spray process Roller process
Month
1960 1961 1962 1963 196 960 1961 1962 1963 1964
January....... 13.51 13.76 16.15 14.15 14.32 12.99 12.62 14.37 13.68 14.27
February...... 13.64 13.75 16.17 14.17 14.26 12.77 12.61 14.23 13.73 14.22
March.......... 13.54 13.95 16.05 14.19 14.25 12.60 12.29 14.07 13.95
April.......... 13.42 15.65 15.04 14.14 14.19 12.53 13.00 13.21 13.80
May............ 13.25 15.54 14.22 14.12 14.22 12.35 13.69 12.84 13.77
June............ 13.29 15.59 14.13 14.18 14.24 12.22 14.05 12.53 13.90
July........... 13.23 15.62 14.16 14.15 14.23 12.19 14.11 12.58 13.91
August.......... 13.25 16.07 14.14 14.18 14.30 12.19 14.17 12.40 13.96
September...... 13.43 16.07 14.05 14.24 14.30 12.13 14.14 12.75 14.11
October......... 13.76 16.15 14.14 14.25 14.29 12.41 14.10 12.73 14.12
November........ 13.76 16.05 14.16 14.24 14.23 12.54 14.09 13.36 14.27
December........ 13.68 16.16 14.15 14.24 14.20 12.58 14.39 13.57 14.31
/ Fiscal month from 26th of preceding month through 25th of current month. 2/ Discontinued.





Table 17.-Dry buttermilk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound,
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1960-64 i/
(Cents)
Human food Animal feed
Month 196 1961 1962 1963 1964 96 1961 1962 1962 1964
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1962 1964


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



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


13.82
13.72
13.65
13-59
13.44
13.37
13.41
13.51
13.74
13.85
14.28
13.86


13-74
13.76
13.71
14.29
14.46
14.60
14.87
14.87
14.92
15.08
15.04
14.98


14.88
14.64
14.13
12.58
12.61
12.38
12.42
12.57
12.69
12.71
12.86
12.85


12.97
12.88
13.02
12.95
12.83
13.07
13.20
13.30
13.40
13.71
13.74
13.92


14.08
14.06
14.13
14.00
13.98
14.00
14.00
13.97
14.21
14.22
14.17
14.33


10.89
11.04
10.86
10.38
10.60
10.76
10.97
10.76
10.82
10.59
10.93
10.61


10.72
10.40
10.15
9.82
9.87
10.24
10.33
10.24
10.53
10.54
10.44
10.78


10.68
10.92
10.81
10.35
10.02
9.88
9.86
9.96
10.14
10.40
10.43
10.38


10.58
10.58
10.76
10.64


10.00
10.21
10.27
10.26
10.48
10.30O


10.19
10.07
10.19
10.15
10.25
10.39
10.47
11.16
12.07
12.43
12.27
12.15


13.69 14.53 13.11 13.25 14.10 10.77 10.34 10.32 10.36 10.98

Total human food and animal feed
13.27 13.28 14.28 12.47 13.54
13.43 13.10 13.87 12.42 13.36
13.15 13.11 13.70 12.66 13.52
13.07 13.35 12.20 12.64 13.40
12.87 13.31 12.02 12.35 13.26
12.84 13.54 11.79 12.72 13.58
12.92 14.00 12.03 12.60 13.54
12.99 14.01 12.08 12.81 13.44
13.27 14.01 12.12 12.92 13.94
13.30 14.03 12.32 13.11 14.o4
13.77 14.43 12.47 13.17 13.92
13.25 14.20 12.41 13.34 14.06


13.18


13.70 12.61 12.77 13.63


derive averages, and segments also


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1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to
weighted by shipments to derive combined prices.







COLD STORAGE HOLDINGS
Table 18.-End-of-month cold storage holdings, dairy products, United States, 1960-64]I

Creamery butter American cheese
Month
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964


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



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



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




January.......
February ......
March ........
April ........
May ..........
June..........
July .........
August........
September .....
October........


November...... j
December...... I


1,000
pounds

33,992
42,958
64,865
86,148
119,117
162,731
179,861
169,325
135,540
116,015
90,587
76,808


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds

76,436 239,033 310,903 187,103
80,289 259,920 328,255 191,146
97,986 303,061 345,465 191,132
122,960 345,419 356,749 195,682
158,729 386,891 376,982 203,518
217,831 429,407 401,356 234,892
249,769 468,988 392,557 243,666
256,473 456,383 366,984 221,211
238,412 423,494 328,676 180,945
230,708 384,200 284,474 145,204
223,725 344,750 241,316 95,300
224,820 318,663 206,963 66,499


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds pounds

245,755 287,046 405,945 358,505 279,184
231,719 293,505 382,751 325,391 263,640
228,222 302,349 367,823 309,303 264,035
240,950 324,940 390,829 317,211 283,963
267,071 357,513 416,216 343,516 309,693
304,111 400,283 454,493 373,915 339,213
315,728 423,978 483,820 394,784 353,146
317,946 448,374 481,846 390,596 338,641
304,237 442,236 457,107 363,863 318,580
291,735 432,609 421,394 336,897 302,464
287,718 421,493 398,632 323,684 292,816
292,011 419,914 384,246 301,631 283,647


Swiss cheese Other varieties of cheese

10,641 11,436 16,156 8,288 10,793 26,894 29,247 34,690 29,094 28,107
10,436 11,513 16,045 7,740 9,961 26,072 27,383 34,002 26,910 27,965
9,557 12,070 15,723 7,990 9,404 24,056 26,665 33,638 26,098 28,304
9,343 14,019 15,291 8,314 10,252 25,619 29,384 34,834 29,265 28,895
9,796 16,241 14,518 8,411 10,706 30,656 33,183 29,327 32,325 31,777
9,681 18,076 12,416 9,540 10,817 31,373 33,992 30,066 32,541 31,750
10,055 20,174 13,511 10,735 11,866 34,324 37,733 29,236 34,390 33,608
10,930 22,593 12,138 11,398 12,390 30,038 40,010 26,490 33,208 35,095
11,476 21,457 11,631 12,299 11,048 30,476 37,499 24,350 31,756 33,858
11,969 19,239 10,210 11,725 9,788 29,307 38,701 23,267 29,561 32,857
11,993 15,447 9,004 11,346 9,559 29,093 33,690 31,151 28,315 32,798
11,782 16,728 7,640 10,270 8,805 28,801 36,293 30,193 28,800 33,500
Evaporated and condensed milk Condensed milk
(case goods) (sweetened and unsweetened) bulk
26,104 24,124 13,584 4,945 3,244 5,132 864 530 1,527 934
16,537 15,032 8,704 2,999 774 4,714 1,166 668 1,434 670
10,414 7,700 1,793 1,421 590 4,074 990 1,212 767 832
9,439 8,795 1,598 1,810 281 4,153 1,352 1,430 693 1,034
15,446 12,529 2,827 2,457 1,095 5,063 1,675 2,493 859 1,192
22,224 22,988 6,186 5,524 6,750 5,111 2,109 3,067 2,564 980
29,729 40,670 8,584 11,119 9,607 5,345 2,226 2,872 2,672 1,177
50,021 53,006 14,221 13,529 11,004 3,839 1,699 2,398 2,140 1,111
50,577 46,264 13,757 10,808 10,920 2,988 1,479 1,910 1,588 1,074
47,613 39,504 12,597 9,683 11,323 2,359 1,243 1,489 1,407 840
40,726 31,026 7,878 6,208 10,550 1,955 871 1,473 847 753
33,470 21,004 6,797 5,820 12,041 725 745 1,268 937 1,246

Fluid cream Plastic cream


5,920
5,791
6,419
9,329
18,431
24,626
23,365
19,991
16,987
14,057
11,031
8.026


6,824
6,659
6,208
7,775
13,051
17,650
16,846
14,044
11,250
10,150
7,701
6.533


6,167
5,597
5,218
6,785
9,844
12,855
11,243
10,209
8,684
7,770
6,173
6.059


6,141
5,589
5,578
6,675
9,207
11,107
9,969
7,948
6,363
5,667
4,588
4.467


4,800
4,726
5,668
7,482
11,607
14,084
12,468
11,125
8,889
7,883
6,788
5,668


I/ Excludes Alaska and Hawaii.
22 -


1,322
1,587
2,404
4,531
5,970
5,385
4,700
3,371
2,364
1,716
974
499


362
353
607
2,145
3,551
5,129
4,482
3,734
3,390
3,011
1,965
974


1,071
882
597
336
820
1,436
2,168
1,607
1,308
855
523
'77


482
607
551
637
1,083
1,726
1,775
831
695
444
229
219


319
571
597
1,185
1,638
2,214
1,938
1,679
1,061
955
945
1.281


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FLUID MILK AND CREAM: PRICES, SALES, AND RECEIPTS, 1964


Fluid-use milk prices 4 cents per hundredweight higher in 1964

Dealers' buying prices of milk for fluid use during 1964, at $5.35 per
hundredweight, averaged 4 cents per hundredweight above 1963. Monthly averages
were higher than a year earlier in all months of 1964 except October and
December when they were about the same. The January 1964 average was 8 cents
per hundredweight above January 1963 but the difference narrowed each month
until August when it was only 1 cent. After that, it remained small. All
regional averages for the year were higher than in 1963. Increases ranged
from 1 cent per hundredweight in the Pacific Region to 10 cents in the West
South Central. The Mountain Region average was 8 cents per hundredweight
above 1963 and the West North Central average rose 7 cents. Other regional
increases were: East North Central, 4 cents; South Atlantic, 3 cents, and
New England and Middle Atlantic, 2 cents each.

Home delivery and out-of-store prices above 1963

Average prices for the most common grade of home-delivered whole milk, in
25 major cities, was 27.7 cents per single quart during 1964 -- six-tenths of
a cent above 1963. Annual averages were higher than in 1963 in 19 of the
markets, the same in 4, but lower in 2. For milk sold out of stores in half-
gallon containers, the 25-city average was 46.4 cents. This is six-tenths
cent per unit above the 1963 average. Annual averages for store half-gallons
were higher in 15 markets, the same in 6, but lower in 4.

Whole and skim milk sales increase in 1964; cream sales decrease

Annual sales of whole milk (preliminary) in 81 marketing areas (9 State
and 72 Federal) for 1964 were 1.2 percent above the previous year. Skim milk
sales in 80 of these areas advanced 11 percent. Sales of milk and cream
mixtures in 77 areas declined 3 percent from 1963; in 78 areas, sales of other
cream items declined 1 percent. The milk equivalent of 1964 sales of all
fluid items in 78 areas (not including Massachusetts-Rhode Island, New Jersey,
and the Federal areas of New York) was about 2 percent higher than in 1963.

Receipts continue higher

Producer receipts of milk during 1964 in 85 marketing areas (8 State and
77 Federal) averaged 157 million pounds per day -- 3 percent larger than in
1963. The number of producers delivering milk to regulated plants for these
areas averaged about 176,000 for the year -- 5 percent less than the previous
year. Receipts per producer averaged 893 pounds per day in 1964, 8 percent
higher than in 1963.


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Table 19.--Dealers' average buying prices for milk for fluid milk use (f.o.b. city) 1/
(per hundredweight-3.5% fat; weighted by copulation of individual markets)

By months, U. S. 1960-64, regions 1961


1963 1964


4- I


Dol.
5.61
5.56
5.147
5.28
5.16
5.14
5.31
5.41
5.49
5.53
5.57
5.54


Dol.
5.148
5.48
5.141
5.21
5.08
5.08
5.25
5.37
5.hh
5.49
5.50
5.47


Dol.
5.40
5.36
5.28
5.12
5.04
5.oh
5.05
5.22
5.34
5.141
5.49
5.51
5.52


Dol.
5.148
5.142
5.35
5.18
5.08
5.08
5.26
5.35
5.42
5.49
5.53
5.52


Regions, 1964 2


East West East West
New Mid. North North South South South Moun- Pacific
Eng. Atl. Cent. Cent. Atl. Cent. Cent. tain


Dol.
6.24
6.02
6.02
5.58
5.36
5.36
6.02
6.24
6.24
6.39
6.39
6.39


Dol.
6.12
6.01
5.85
5.57
5.30
5.30
5.63
5.76
5.93
6.05
6.15
6.11


Dol.
4.57
4.52
4.52
4.145
4.144
4.144
4.45
4.52
4.53
4.56
4.56
4.61


D61.
4.41
4.38
4.31
4h.18
14.09
4.09
4.21
4.36
4.41
4.53
4.55
4.44


Dol.
5.96
5.94
5.86
5.77
5.76
5.83
5.92
5.95
5.97
5.97
5.99
6.00


Dol.
5.50
5.51
5. 44
5.35
5.33
5.32
5.31
5.39
5.46
5.52
5.53
5.55


Dol.
5.69
5.69
5.50
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.47
5.149
5.57
5.70
5.78
5.79


Dol.
5.31
5.32
5.31
5.30
5.26
5.26
5.30
5.32
5.34
5.39
5.42
5.47


Dol.
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.33
5.33
5.33
5.33
5.33
5.33
5.31


Average 5.48 5.43 5.35 5.31 5.35 6.02 5.82 4.52 4.33 5.91 5.43 5.55 5.33 5.32


Annual average by regions, 1960-1964
New- Middle East West East West
Year England Atlanti North North South South South Mountain Pacific U. S.
E a A n Central Central Atlantic Centra Central
Dol. D Dol Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol.
1960..... 6.16 6.17 4.54 4.31 6.05 5.30 5.52 5.48 5.34 5.48
1961..... 5.94 5.98 4.62 4.35 6.00 5.31 5.56 5.45 5.31 5.43
1962..... 5.96 5.89 4.57 4.20 5.94 5.27 5.33 5.24 5.35 5.35
1963..... 6.00 5.80 4.48 4.26 5.88 5.34 5.45 5.25 5.31 5.31
19614..... 6.02 5.82 4.52 4.33 5.91 5.43 5.55 5.33 5.32 5.35

V/ In a number of markets, the prices paid for milk used for fluid milk and for fluid cream are the
same. Prices include minimum and negotiated Class I prices, base or basic prices, and flat prices,
where effective.
2/ Preliminary.

Table 20.--Prevailing prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities I/
Average by months, 1960-64

Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Av.
Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cte. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cta.

Per single quart in glass delivered to hones
1960.... 26.2 26.2 26.1 25.9 25.9 25.9 26.1 26.3 26.6 26.7 26.7 26.8 26.3
1961.... 26.8 26.8 26.7 26.4 26.2 26.3 26.6 26.6 26.7 26.8 26.9 26.8 26.6
1962.... 26.8 26.8 26.8 26.7 26.6 26.7 26.8 26.9 27.0 27.1 27.1 27.0 26.9
1963.... 27.0 27.0 26.9 26.9 26.8 26.8 27.0 27.2 27.2 27.2 27.4 27.4 27.1
1964 .... 27.5 27.5 27.5 27.4 27.3 27.4 27.6 27.8 27.8 28.0 28.1 28.1 27.7

Per half-gallon in paper sold out of stores
1960.... 46.4 46.5 46.0 45.4 45.5 45.4 45.8 46.1 46.2 46.4 46.5 46.4 46.1
1961.... 46.6 46.7 46.6 45.0 45.0 14.8 45.7 45.5 46.0 46.0 45.9 45.9 45.8
1962.... 45.8 45.8 45.8 45.1 45.0 44.8 45.5 45.7 45.9 45.7 45.9 45.9 45.6
1963.... 45.8 45.8 45.6 45.3 45.2 45.3 45.7 45.9 46.0 16.1 46.3 46.4 45.8
1964 .... 16.3 46.6 46.4 46.1 45.9 45.9 46.1 46.2 46.5 46.8 46.7 ,6.7 46.4

See footnotes at end of table.
Continued


United States


1960 1961


1962


Month


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


Dol.
5.58
5.54
5.47
5.27
5.19
5.19
5.314
5.147
5.58
5.67
5.73
5.72


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Table 20.-Prevailing prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities I/--Continued
Per single quart in glass delivered to homes
Annual averages by city, 1960-1964

City 1960 1961 1962 1l963 19614 City 1960 11961 1962 1 1963 1961
Cts. Cts. Cts. Ct. Cts. Cts. Cts.. Cts. Cts. Cts.
Boston, Mass........ 27.2 72.5 7M.8 3 "3.0 Washington, D. C..... 28.3 '27.0 29.2 30.2 310
Hartford, Conn...... 27.0 28.2 29.4 30.7 31.5 Jacksonville, Fla... 29.0 29.0 29.0 29.0 30.3
N.Y. Metropolitan.3/ 28.4 28.5 28.5 28.1 27.6 Louisville, Ky....... 25.2 26.0 26.0 26.0 26.9
Philadelphia, Pa.... 28.2 28.6 28.5 28.5 30.7 New Orleans, La..... 28.0 26.5 26.0 27.5 28.2
Pittsburgh, Pa...... 27.0 27.3 27.7 27.7 27.8 Dallas, Texas....... 27.0 26.2 26.0 26.0 26.6
Cleveland, Ohio..... 24.0 24.6 24.5 24.6 25.0 Denver, Colo........ 25.3 25.9 26.0 25.3 27.0
Indianapolis, Ind... 24.2 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.2 Salt Lake City, Utah 25.0 25.3 25.5 25.1 25.0
Chicago, Ill......... 30.2 30.7 31.2 31.5 31.6 Seattle, Wash........ 24.5 26.0 26.2 26.8 27.9
Detroit, Mich....... 25.5 26.0 25.8 26.0 26.0 Portland. Ore....... 26.2 26.2 26.8 27.5 27.9
Milwaukee, Wis...... 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.9 27.0 San Francisco, Cal.3 26.0 26.6 27.2 27.5 27.5
Minneapolis, Minn... 22.4 23.0 23.1 23.1 23.5 Los Angeles, Cal.... 25.8 26.3 27.0 27.5 27.5
Kansas City, Mo..... 23.8 24.L 25.4 21.1 25.3
Omaha, Nebr......... 23.4 24.0 24.0 24.0 24.0
Baltimore, Md....... 28.9 29.0 29.5 29.5 30.3 Average ............. 26.3 26.6 26.9 27.1 27.7


Price in each city by months, 196h

City Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June IJuly Aug. Sept. Octj Nov. Dec. Av.


Boston, Mass.........

Hartford, Conn......

N.Y. Metropolitan..2

Philadelphia, Pa....

Pittsburgh, Pa......
Cleveland, Ohio.....
Indianapolis, Ind...,
Chicago, Ill........

Detroit, Mich........
Milwaukee, Wis.......
Minneapolis, Minn....

Kansas City, Mo.....
Omaha, Nebr..........
Baltimore, Md.......
Washington, D. C.....

Jacksonville, Fla....

Louisville, Ky......
New Orleans, La......
Dallas, Texas........

Denver, Colo.........
Salt Lake City, Utah,
Seattle, Wash........
Portland, Ore.......
San Fran., Cal....3J
Los Angeles, Cal....


Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts.
29-301- 29F-30 28-29
29--30i 281-29i


Cts.

28-29


30-32 30-32 29-301
30-32 30-31 29--301
26-30; 26-30D 25i-291
26-301 26-291 25-291
28-31 28-31 29i-31
28-31 29J-31 291-31
281 281 281 271 27 27
25 25 25 25 25 25
25 25 25 25 25 25
291-331 291-331 291-331
291-331 29--33j 293-31
26 26 26 26 26 26
27 27 27 27 27 27
23-24 23-2h 23-24
23-24 23-24 23-24
25 25 25 25 25 25
24 24 24 24 24 2L
30 30 30 30 30 30
30-31 30-31 30-31
30-31 30-31 30-31
30-31 30-31 30
30-31 30 30-31
26 27 27 27 27 27
28 28 28 28 28 28
25-27 25-27 25-27


Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts.
292-30i 30-31 3
30-31 30*-311
31-32 31-33
311-33 321-33
25-29 25-30


25-30
29-32 30,-3;
30i-32
27 28 28
25 25 25
25 25 25
293-34 293-3
291-34
26 26 26
27 27 27


23-2L

25
24
30
31-32


23-24
25
24
30


23-21

26
214
31
31-3


31-32
30-31 30-31
30-31


2













1


27 27 27
28 28 28
25-27 25-27


25-27 25-27 25-27 25-27
27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27
25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25
27 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 284
27i 274 271 271 274 27 27 28 28
271 27 27 2 27 27 2 272 27 27 27


25-30

31-33
28
25
25

?29-34
26
27

23-21
26
21
31

31-32

30-31
27
28

28
27
25


Cts. Cts.

30i-31l
Q12-33
321-33
25-30
25-291
31-33


28
25
26
293-31
26
27
23-2L

26
2h
31
31-32

30
27
29
28-29

27
25


31-33
28
25
26

291-34
26
27

23-24
26
24
31
31-32

30
27
29

28-29
27
25


Cts.
30.0

31.5

27.6

30.7

27.8
25.0
25.2
31.6

26.0
27.0
23.5

25.3
24.0
30.3
31.0

30.3
26.9
28.2
26.6

27.0
25.0
27.9
27.9
27.5
27.5


See footnotes at end of table.


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Continued






Table 20.-Prevailinp prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities 1/--Continued
Perhalf-gallon in paper sold out of stores
Annual averages by city, 1960-64

City 1960 1961 1962 1Q63 1961 City 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
Cts. ts. Ct.s. ts. Cts. ts.. C ts. Cts. Cte. Cts.
Boston, Mass....... 42- 419 413.6 Lb.T S7OL Washington, D. C.. he.5 4L.0 45.6 46.2 48.0
Hartford, Conn...., 3.1 43.7 45.5 47.1 17.1 Jacksonville, Fla. 5h.6 56.0 56.2 56.0 57.2
N.Y. Metropolitan 52.7 53.2 50.6 47.3 Louisville, Ky.... 4h.3 44.9 43.6 h4.0 1.8
Philadelphia, Pa.. 48.0 47.9 47.0 47.0 49.3 New Orleans, La... 51.5 47.4 45.5 50o. 52.2
Pittsburgh, Pa.... 51.1 50.5 49.5 49.3 49.0 Dallas, Texas..... 48.0 42.9 43.7 1h.5 46.4
Cleveland, Ohio... 40.8 42.0 41.2 39.7 38.3 Denver, Colo....... 7.2 47.0 42.8 16.1 48.9
Indianapolis, Ind.. 1.8 41.0 40.2 L0.0 10.2 Salt Lake City, Utah 47.0 48.0 49.0 49.0 49.0
Chicago, Ill...... 48.5 46.2 46.3 47.0 47.0 Seattle, Wash ..... 6.8 49.0 48.4 48.2 49.7
Detroit, Mich..... 42.6 l4.0 40.4 38.0 37.8 Portland, Ore ..... 7.3 47.1 48.2 49.5 50.4
Milwaukee, Wis.... 38.7 40.1 39.6 39.1 39.1 San Francisco, Cal 17.5 48.2 49.5 50.0 50.0
Minneapolis, Minn. 35.3 34.8 35.0 34.3 35.0 Los Angeles, Cal.. 44.6 45.1 46.0 47.0 47.0
Kansas City, Mo... 40.3 41.3 41.8 39.8 41.2
Omaha, Nebr....... 45.8 17.0 47.0 47.0 47.0 Average..... 6.1 45.8 45.6 45.8 46.
Baltimore, iMd..... 51.2 19.6 51.0 50.3 51.7 .......8 6 8


Price in each city by months, 1964
City Jan. Feb. Ar. Apr May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Av.
Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cta. Ct..
Boston, Mass...... 45 15 15 43 42 42 15 46 46 17 17 17 45.0
Hartford, Conn..... 47-51 50 50 45-48 13-47 43-17 45-50 46-47 46-47 47-48 47-48 17-48 47.1
N.Y. Metropolitan 43-55 12-54 42-54 12-54 42-54 42-54 40-49 h0-50 43-50 44-51 11-51 44-51 17.3
Philadelphia, Pa.." 19 49 17 48 48 43 50 50 50 51 51 51 19.3
Pittsburgh, Pa.... 51 51 51 49 h8 48 18 L8 hi 1B 18l 4h1 h9.0
Cleveland, Ohio... 37-40 39-44 38-44 35-42 35-10 35-40 35-40 33-38 36-38 39-10 36-38 38-40 38.3
Indianapolis, Ind. 10 40 40 40 10 40 40 40 h0 10 41 1 40.2
Chicago, Ill....... 17 17 47 47 47 47 47 47 17 47 47 47 17.0
Detroit, Mich..... 37-39 37-39 37-39 37-39 37-39 37-39 37-39 37-38 37-38 37-38 37-38 37-38 37.8
Milwaukee, Wis.... 37-41 39-11 40 140 3t-39 38-41 33-41 38-41 38-41 38-41 36-38 36-38 39.1
Minneapolis, Minn. 3412-361 361-36 314-36i 312-35~ 35 35$ 33--35$ 332-35~ 333-33 33-3532 331-33 33j 3 35.0
Kansas City, Mo... 42 42 39-42 39-41 39-41 39-41 39-41 39-41 11-13 11-43 42-44 12-4h 41.2
Omaha, Nebr....... 46-48 46-48 46-48 46-48 46-48 46-48 46-48 L6-48 16-48 46-48 46-48 46-48 47.0
Baltimore, Md..... 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 53 53 53 53 51.7
Washington, D. C.. 47 47 47 47 47 47 49 49 49 49 49 49 48.0
Jacksonville, Fla. 51-58 53-58 53-58 58 58 55-58 55-58 58 58 58 59 59 57.2
Louisville, Ky... 43 45 45 45 45 45 15 45 15 15 15 45 14.8
New Orleans, La... 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 53 53 52.2
Dallas, Texas...... 7 47 47 h5-47 h5-47 45-17 45-47 h5-47 15-47 15-49 L5$-l47 h51-47 16.1
Denver, Colo...... 49 19 19 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 47-19 48-49 48.9
Salt Lake City, Utah 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 19 49 49.0
Seattle, Wash..... 48-19 18-49 48-49 48-49 48-49 501 50 501 501 50 9 0 500 149.7
Portland, Ore..... 49-50 19-50 49-50 19-50 19-50 49-50 49-50 52 52 52 52 49-51 50.4
San Fran., Call... 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 .
Los Angeles, Cal.. 67 7 :7 7 7 07 7 17 7 7 17 7 0
Average............ 16.3 46.6 46.4 46.1 45.9 45.9 46.1 46.2 46.5 16.8 46.7 46.7 16.4

/ Prices are the latest reported during the first 10 days of each month. Grades may differ by markets.
SNew York Metropolitan- New York City plus Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties all in the State of
New York.
2/ In markets having a service charge on the first unit at each single delivery location, the charge
has been divided between 2 quarts. Since the single quart concept used historically is based on every
day delivery, it is assumed that under every-other-day delivery, the charge represents a two-quart
purchase.


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Table 2L--Whole milk and skim milk products: Average daily sales and test in
certain Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1963-1964 1/


Marketing area-F


NEW ENGLAND:
Massachusetts-Rhode Island...
Connecticut..................
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Federal areas in New York....,
Niagara Frontier, New York-S.,
Rochester, New York-S.........
New Jersey-S.................
Phila-Wilmington, Pa.-Del... .
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Four Northern Ohio areas......
Three Southern Ohio areas....,
Three Indiana areas..........
Chicago, Ill.................
Three Michigan areas.........
Three Wisconsin areas........
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas...........
Five Iowa areas...............
Kans. City & St. Jos. Mo.-Kane
St. Louis, Mo. & Sub., Ill....
Ozarks, Mo..Ark...............
Three South Kakota areas .....
Nebraska-Western Iowa.........
Three Kansas areas............
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md......
Washington, D. C.............
Appalachian, Va.-W. Va.-Tenn.,
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va...
North Carolina-S..............
South Carolina-S.............
Southeastern Florida..........
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas...,
Four Tennessee areas........2
Mississippi-FS...............
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas.............
Two Louisiana areas..........
Okla. Met & Red River Valley..
North Texas..................
Six Texas areas...............
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas............
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-Tex.-Colo,
Central Arizona ..............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada .....
PACIFIC:
Inland Empire, Wash.-Ida.....
Puget Sound, Wash............
California-S.................
Total 81 areas
(72 Federal 9 State 3/


Whole milk


Skim milk products


1963 196h 1963 19


/ IM'fat
Quantity test Quantity


i Mfat
I ts +.


I M'fat
I QuaB+ I~iintni+ Rf'


4rt ____ ___ ___ __ ___ __


1,000
pounds
5,043
2,250
11,260
1,003
462
5,121
2,217

3,760
2,333
2,211
5,041
5,717
2,359

1,375
1,321
1,210
1,550
299
210
878
617

1,275
1,639
27h
511
1,980
1,051
1,070

1,426
1,407
888

396
908
1,200
1,360
2,147

874
789
870
547

221
1,169
12.21?h


Pct.
3.60
3.57


3.64
3.61

3.62

3.53
3.51
3.17
3.46
3.52
3.50

3.50
3.55
3.40
3.35
3.44
3.35
3.40
3.37

3.59
3.57
3.60
3.55


3.76

3.59
3.60
3.79

3.62
3.88
3.57
3.42
3.47

3.40
3.54
3.50
3.47

3.58
3.52
1.58


1,000
pounds
5,o14
2,287
11,290
1,007
467
5,167
2,225

3,811
2;384
2,334
5,036
5,817
2,399

1,350
1,331
1,212
1,537
318
198
871
603

1,286
1,701
277
518
2,051
1,086
1,057

1,461
1,499
917

406
933
1,197
1,376
2,149

860
815
871
541

210
1,130
12.606


Pet.

3.56


3.65
3.60

3.59

3.52
3.51
3.46
3.47
3.52
3.49

3.50
3.56
3.38
3.35
3.43
3.35
3.40
3.37

3.59
3.57
3.59
3.5h


3.72

3.57
3.62
3.81

3.56
3.87
3.56
3.37
3.45

3.40
3.53
3.51
3.44

3.58
3.53
3.:8


90,451 3.54 91,506 3.53


1,000
pounds
211.3
111.1


48.5
48.7
317.4
145.3

343.7
258.6
365.2
543.7
360.3
408.4

283.8
283.7
159,7
273.9
10.7
12.1
106.5
59.7

68.5
101.5
40.2
22.8
403.5
179.1
117.3

189.5
223.9
109.1

60.1
89.2
99.7
123.9
176.9

171.5
62.5
121.8
151.1

80.2
220.9
1.7q3.7


8,979.2


Pct.
.79
.68


.35
.37

.82

1.33
1.149
1.72
1.44
.45
1.45

1.02
1.43
1.53
1.79
1.148
1.35
1.05
1.26

1.13
.119
.75
1.26


.87

1.36
.77
1.10

1.411
1.40
1.34
1.20
1.36

1.29
1.55
1.46
1.82

1.68
1.39


1.30 9,969.6


S-From State sources; FS- From Federal and State sources; all other from Federal sources.
I/ Quantities include: Whole milk plain and flavored (yogurt excluded); skim milk products plain,
fortified and flavored skim and part skim milk; buttermilk; and cultured specialties. All sales are for
defined marketing areas comparable for both years. See rape 32 for markets combined. Data are revised
for earliest date shown, preliminary for others. 2/ Memnhis sales in Mississipoi excluded.
Continued


M'fat
+tes+


1,000
pounds
231.3
118.14


50.5
50.4
336.7
156.7

373.5
290.7
423.9
584.2
458.4
461.8

345.0
311.2
191.5
309.1
43.5
48.8
148.0
74.1

79.3
112.1
o0.6
26.2
122.1
178.0
129.6

209.7
231.6
118.8

62.5
99.3
105.2
136.5
194.7

187.2
68.3
130.5
168.1

914.1
270.9
1,896.6


Pet.

.70


.35
.36

.75

1.33
1.53
1.73
1.45
.70
1.50

1.14
1.48
1.61
1.84
1.71
1.46
1.28
1. O

1.26
.48
.57
1.34


.89

1.39
.77
1.11

1.62
1.44
1.38
1.25
1.41

1.34
1.61
1.49
1.86

1.76
1.52


1.32


m II I I II I I I


--~--- -"L-~I


01 fni+4 +-I






Table 21.--Whole milk and skim milk products: Average daily sales and test in
certain Federal Order and State marketing area, 1963-1964 1/ --Continued
Whole milk and skim milk 1964 as percent of 1963
products combined
Marketing area-F Scob d Skim Whole milk and
Mar g aa-F 1963 1964 Whole milk milk skim milk pro-
Quantity 'fat Quantity produce ducta co ne
Quantity test Quantity products ducts combined


NEW ENGLAND:
Massachusetts-Rhode Island...
Connecticut..................
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Federal areas in New York....
Niagara Frontier, New York-S.
Rochester, New York-S.......
New Jersey-S................
Phila.-Wilrmington, Pa.-Del.4
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Four Northern Ohio areas.....
Three Southern Ohio areas....
Three Indiana areas.........
Chicago, Ill.................
Three Michigan areas........
Three Wisconsin areas.......
E.ST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas.........
Five Iowa areas:.............
Kans. City & St. Jos.Mo.-Kans
St. Louis, Mo. & Sub., Ill...
Ozarks, Mo.-Ark..............
Three South Dakota areas.....
Nebraska-Western Iowa .......
Three Kansas areas..........
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md....
Washington, D. C............
Appalachian,Va.-W. Va.-Tenn..
Clarbsbg. & Wheeling, W. Va..
North Carolina-S.............
South Carolina-S............,
Southeastern Florida..........
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas...
Four Tennessee areas....... 2)
Mississippi-FS...............
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas............
Two Louisiana areas..........
Okla. Met. & Red River Valle
North Texas..................
Six Texas areas.............
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas...........
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-Tex.-Colo
Central Arizona..............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada....
PACIFIC:
Inland Empire, Wash.-Ida.....
Puget Sound, Wash............
California-S..................
Total 80 areas
(71 Federal 9 State) 3/


1,000
pounds

2,361.1


1,051.2
510.8
5,438.5
2,362.6

4,103.8
2,591.7
2,575.9
5,585.0
6,076.9
2,767.5

1,658.4
1,604.6
1,369.3
1,823.8
339.3
252.5
98h.9
676.2

1,343.6
1,740.3
313.9
533.5
2,383.6
1,230.0
1,187.7

1,616.0
1,630.6
997.4

456.3
997.7
1,299.6
1,484.0
2,323.4

1,045.9
851.1
991.9
698.3

300.9
1,389.5
13,967.5


Pet.

3.43


3.49
3.30

3.45

3.35
3.31
3.22
3.26
3.34
3.20

3.08
3.18
3.18
3.12
3.21
3.01
3.14
3.19

3.46
3.39
3.24
3.145

3.47

3.33
3.21
3.49

3.33
3.66
3.40
3.23
3.31

3.05
3.140
3.25
3.11

3.08
3.18
3.58


1,000
pounds
5,2453.
2,405.1


1,057.3
517.5
5,503.3
2,381.5

4,186.6
2,674.9
2,758.2
5,619.9
6,275.4
2,860.3

1,695.3
1,615.1
1,403.0
1,846.0
360.7
247.1
1,019.0
676.7

1,365.2
1,813.1
318.0
544.1
2,472.8
1,264.2
1,186.6

1,671.0
1,730.7
1,035.6

468.7
1,031.9
1,302.4
1,512.3
2,343.3

1,047.3
883.0
1,001.6
709.3

30o.6
1,400.7
1.h402.2


I, -


99,430.7 3.35 101,475.5


Pet.

3.42

3.49
3.28

3.40

3.32
3.29
3.19
3.26
3.31
3.17

3.02
3.17
3.14
3.10
3.22
3.00
3.09
3.16

3.45
3.38
3.20
3.43


3.41

3.30
3.24
3.50

3.27
3.64
3.38
3.18
3.28

3.03
3.38
3.25
3.06

3.01
3.14
3.58


3.33


Pet.
99
102


100
101
101
100

101
102
106
100
102
102

98
101
100
99
106
9h
99
98

101

101
101
104
103
99

102
107
103

103
103
100
101
100

98
103
100
99

95
97
102


101.2


Pet.
109
107


lOt
104
104
lo6
106
108

109
113
116
107
127
113

122
110
120
113
107
115
139
124

116
110
101
115
105
99
110

111
103
109

104
ill
111
106
110
110

109
109
107
111

117
123
108


111.0


Pet.
150"
102


101
101
101
101

102
103
107
101
103
103

102
103
102
101
106
98
103
100

102
10l
101
102
100
103
100

103
106
104

103
103
100
102
101

100
104
101
102

101
101
103


102.1


3/ Computed from unrounded data. Average fat test 76 areas. W/ Delaware Valley less sales in New
Jersey as reported by the Office of Milk Industry.
Compiled from reports of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies.


II II






Table 22.-Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream products: Average daily sales
and test in certain Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1963-1964 1/
1


Marketing


NEW ENGLAND:
Massachusetts-Rhode Island....
Connecticut..................
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Niagara Frontier, New York-S..
Rochester, New York-S.........
New Jersey-S .......... ....
Delaware Valley, Pa.-Del.-N. J,
EAST NORTH CErtTRAL:
Four Northern Ohio areas.......
Three Southern Ohio areas......
Three Indiana areas............
Chicago, Ill..................
Three Michigan areas...........
Three Wisconsin areas.........
'WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two :.innesota areas............
Five Iowa areas..............
Kans. City & St. Jos. Mo.-Kans,
St. Louis, Mo. & Sub., Ill...,
Ozarks, Mo.-Ark...............
Three South Dakota areas.......
Nebraska-Western Iowa..........
Three Kansas areas.............
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md......
Washington, D. C..............
Appalachian, Va.-W. Va.-Tenn..
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va...
North Carolina-S..............
South Carolina-S .............
Southeastern Florida...........
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas....,
Four Tennessee areas.........
Eississippi-FS...............
IVEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas..............
Two Louisiana areas............
Okla. Met. & Red River Valley.
North Texas...................
Six Texas areas................
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas............
Rio Grande, N.Mex.-Tex.-Colo..
Central Arizona...............
Great Basin, btah-Nevada.......
PACIFIC:
Inland Empire, Wash.-Ida.......
Puget Sound, Wash.............
California-S .................
Total 78 areas
( 69 Federal 9 State 3/


Milk and cream mixtures


1,000 1,000
pounds Pct. pounds Pct.

0.0 0.0


9.2
4.0

30.8

63.3
37.6
39.1
191.7
127.4
50.4

33.5
40.3
23.5
25.7
5.7
5.1
25.3
13.7

15.0
31.5
1.0
6.1
15.2
5.1
27.1

17.7
10.8
8.6

h.9
9.1
17.0
20.0
28.6

22.4
12.0
16.0
8.3

6.0
28.7
333.3


1,373.5


10.6
10.5

11.6

11.5
11.6
12.1
12.0
10.5
12.6

12.0
12.5
12.1
12.1
12.14
12.14
12.1
11.9

12.2
12.0
12.9
12.1


10.3

12.1
12.2
12.7

12.5
12.8
12.1
12.1
11.9

11.7
12.0
11.7
12.5

12.0
11.9
12.1


11.9


9.4
3.6

31.9

61.8
36.1
39.6
182.4
129.2
50.1

32.2
36.9
23.1
24.9
5.5
4.6
24.7
13.1

16.7
35.2
1.1
6.2
15.7
5.2
26.9

17.6
10.6
8.3

1.9
9.4
15.9
19.6
27.0

21.2
11.7
14.9
7.8

5.9
27.2
319.7


10.5
10.7



11.5
11.6
12.1
12.0
10.5
12.5

12.0
12.6
10.2
12.1
12.3
12. h
12.1
11.9

11.9
12.0
12.14
12.0


10.5

12.0
12.6
12.9

12.4
12.9
12.1
12.1
12.1

11.6
12.0
11.7
10.6

11.9
11.9
12.0


1,338.0 11.8


I- a


Fluid cream products

1963 1964


I M'fat
Quantityl test


1


1,000
pounds

61.9

12.2
1.8

hh.9

314.1
16.0
13.8
48.5
46.3
24.7

20.0
8.8
10,3
14.2
1.1
1.7
5.0
3.2

8.6
20.8
.6
1.8
7.2
2.9
17.7


6.0 25.1h
7.1 25.7
2.8 29.5


1.7
4.6
6.7
10.2
9.2

7.7
2.8
4.9
6.5

3.1
18.2
101.2


27.9
21.0
26.0
28.0
28.8

24.0
28.0
23.8
31.0

29.0
26.8
26.14


M'fat
Quantity test


Pct.

20.7

23.2
25.2

22.2

19.7
21.6
22.3
21.0
21.6
26.1

27.6
24.4
23.8
19.6
27.6
28.5
24.9
24.9

22.9
22.2
25.9
22.0


21.8


624.4 23.6 619.0


1,000
pounds

62.8

12.1
h.8

l2.6

30.2
14.8
14.8
h7.8
47.3
24.6

19.6
9.4
10.3
12.7
1.3
1.6
5.0
3.4

7.3
21.8
.6
1.6
7.5
2.7
17.1

6.1
7.0
2.9

1.6
4.4
6.6
11.6
9.6

7.6
3.1
5.1
6.5

3.1
18.9
101. 4


23.4


S- From State sources; FS- From Federal and State sources; all other from Federal sources.
I/ Quantities include: Mixtures mixtures of milk and cream (excluding eggnog); Fluid cream sweet and
soured cream meeting milkfat standards in each market (other than mixtures). All sales for defined mar-
keting areas comparable for both years. See page 32 for markets combined. Data are revised for earliest
date shown, preliminary for others.
Continued
-29-


1


---


Pct.

20.5

23.1
25.2

22.3

19.7
21.9
22.6
20.9
21.8
25.8

27.3
23.1
23.4
20.1
25.9
27.6
214.0
23.9

23.3
21.9
25.7
21.5


20.1

25.3
26.5
29.0

28.1
24.7
25.5
27.3
28.4

23.7
27.7
23.8
30.6

28.9
26.6
25.6






22. -Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream products: Average daily sales
and test in certain Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1963-1964 1/ --Continued


Marketing area-F


Massachusetts-Rhode Island.....
Connecticut....................
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Niagara Frontier, New York-S...
Rochester, New York-S...........
New Jersey-S...................
Delaware Valley, Pa.-Del.-N. J..
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Four Northern Ohio areas.......
Three Southern Ohio areas.......
Three Indiana areas.............
Chicago, Ill...................
Three Michigan areas............
Three Wisconsin areas..........
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas.............
Five Iowa areas................
Kans. City & St. Jos. Mo.-Kans..
St. Louis, Mo. & Sub., Ill .....
Ozarks, Mo.-Ark................
Three South Dakota areas.......
Nebraska-Western Iowa..........
Three Kansas areas..............
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md.......
'.ashington, D. ................
Appalachian, Va.-W. Va.-Tenn ....
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va.....
North Carolina-S................
South Carolina-S................
Southeastern Florida............
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas......
Four Tennessee areas.......... 2
?iississippi-FS..................
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas................
Two Louisiana areas............
Okla. Met. & Red River Valley...
North Texas.....................
Six Texas areas .................
.OUNTAII:
Two Colorado areas...............
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-Tex.-Colo...
Central Arizona.................
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada.........
PACIFIC:
Inland Empire, Wash.-Ida.........
k-uget Sound, Wash...............
California-3....................
Total 78 areas
(69 Federal 9 State) 3/


Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream


products combined


1963


19661


- -.-


Quantitv I Mfat


r-. a 4.4 +4-


--- --
byL


I Mfat


1964 as % of 1963


Milk
and cream Fluid
Mixtures Cream


1,000
pounds

61.9

21.)
8.8

75.7

97.6
53.6
52.9
240.2
173.7
75.1

53.5
49.2
33.9
39.9
6.8
6.7
30.3
16.9

23.6
55.2
1.7
7.9
22.5
8.0
44.8

23.7
18.2
11.4

6.6
13.7
23.7
30.2
37.8

30.2
14.7
20.9
lb.7


1,997.9 15.5


oroduets e hi ned


1,957.0 15.4


Pct.

20.7

17.8
18.5

17.9

14.4
14.6
14.8
13.8
13.5
17.0

17.8
14.6
15.6
14.8
14.9
16.7
14.2
1h4.4

16.1
15.9
16.7
-4.4

-h 8
14.8

15.5
17.7
16.8

16.4h
16.6
16.0
17.5
16.0

14.8
15.1
14.5
20.8

17.8
17.7
15.14


1,000
pounds

62.8

21.4
8. h

74.5

92.1
50.9
541.3
230.2
176.5
74.7

51.9
46.3
33.3
37.6
6.9
6.2
29.7
16.5

2b.0
57.0
1.7
7.8
23.2
7.9
44.0

23.7
17.6
11.2

6.5
13.8
22.5
31.2
36.6

28.9
14.8
20.0
16.3

9.0
46.1
h21.1


97.h 99.1


Eilk and cream
mixtures & fluid
cream roucts
comDbnea


Pct.

20.5

17.7
19.0

17.6

14.2
14.6
15.0
13.8
13.5
16.9

17.8
14.7
14.3
14.8
1l.7
16.3
14.1
b16.4

15.)4
15.8
17.1
13.9


14.2

15.4
18.1
17.1

16.3
16.7
16.0
17.8
16.)4

14.7
15.3
14.8
19.7

17.8
17.9
15.3


98.0


2/ Memphis sales in Mississippi excluded. Y/ Computed from unrounded data. Average fat test for:
Mixtures: 75 areas; Fluid cream 76 areas; mixtures in Connecticut reported with other fluid cream.


Compiled from reports of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies.


-30-


Table


Pet.



102
90

10o

98
96
101
95
101
99

96
92
98
97
9 P
90
97
95

112
102
105
101
103
103
99

99
98
96

100
104
94
98
95

95
97
93
94

98
95
96


9.1
46.9
43h.5


--


Pct.

101

99
100

95

88
92
107
99
102
100

98
106
99
90
117
97
101
106

85
105
97
93
103
91
97

101
95
104

94
94
97
114
104

99
112
103
100

101
10b
100


Pet.



100
96

98

94
95
103
96
102
99

97
94
98
94
101
92
98
98

102
103
102
09
103
99
98

100
97
98

98
101
95
103
97

96
100
96
97

99
98
97


--






Table 23.--Average daily receipts of milk from producers, number of producers, and a erac-e daily
receipts per producer in certain Federal Order and State marketing areas. 1963-641/

Receipts from producers Number of producers Receipts per producer
Marketing area-F 196h 1 196 196
1963 1964 gg9.of 1963 196h as % of 1963 1964 as % of
I Ia93 11963 1 1 1963


NEW ENGLAND:

Massachusetts-Rhode Island...
Connecticut..................
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Federal areas in New York...b
Niagara Frontier, New York-S.,
Rochester, New York-S........
New Jersey-S................d
Phila. & Wilminvton, Pa.-DellI
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Four Northern Ohio areas......
Three Southern Ohio areas....
Three Indiana areas...........
Chicago, Ill.................
Rock River Valley, Ill.......
Muskepon, Michiran...........
Three Michigan areas.........
Three Wisconsin areas........
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas..........
Five Iowa areas...............
Kans.City & St.Jos.,Mo.-Kans.,
St. Louis, Mo. & Suburb., Ill,
Ozarks, Mo.-Ark ..............
Three South Dakota areas.....
Nebraska-Western Iowa.......
Three Kansas areas...........
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md......
Washington, D. C.............
Appalachian, Va.,-W. Va.-Tenn,
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va..'
Tri-State Ky.-Ohio-W. Va.....
North Carolina-S............d
South Carolina-S ............d
Southeastern Florida.........
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas...
Four Tennessee areas........b
Mississippi-FS..............d
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Fort Smith, Ark...............
Central Arkansas.............
Two Louisiana areas.........b
Okla. Met. & Red River Valley
North Texas..................
Six Texas areas...............
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas............
Colorado Springs-Pueblo, Colo
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-Tex.-Colo,
Central Arizona..............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada.....


1,000
pounds
8,886
2,907

29,168
2,399
1,005
2,942
4,322

7,128
h,222
3, u4
16,268
336
325
10, 543
4,129

3,479
3,146
2,232
3,131
667
568
1,373
1,250

2,06
2,747
674
665
1,007
2,850
1,129
1,38(

2,590
2,602
1,927

127
558
1,296
2,141
2,694
2,736

1,631
196
8E49
1,302
1,176


1,000
pounds
8,890
3,050

29,42h
2,420
1,010
2,847
4,853

7, '0
h,54h
4,162
16,427
348
340
11,118
4,359

3,484
3,212
2,330
3,273
712
620
1,464
1,333

2,148
2,750
710
686
1,131
2,938
1,142
1,395

2,639
2,726
1,9;1

132
582
1,384
2,152
2,834
2,8L3

1,740
171
874
1,365
1,145


Percent
100
105

101
101
100
97
112

99
108
108
101
10
105
105
106

100
102
104
105
107
109
107
107

104
100
105
103
112
103
101
101

102
105
103


1014
lO5

107
101
105
lO7;
104

107
87
103
105
97


Number
11,513
2.552

42,232
2,668
942
2,h42
5,233

10,201
6,251
5,217
17. 74
324
429
14,145h
h,232

h4,43h4
3,518
2,550
4,437
1,036
561
1,563
1,451

2,263
2,125
832
1,192
1,80h
3,246
935
92

3,712
3,533
2,750

15z
820
1,719
2,483
2,306
2,005

1,401
167
373
277
1,120


Number
10,680
2,438

h0,058
2,493
886
2.266
5,552

9,02h4
6,222
5,189
16,375
331
377
13,605
h,144

4,103
3,310
2,470
4,268
1,058
557
1,525
1,1404

2,239
1,996
820
1,132
1,776
3,022
62
86

3,584
3,418
2,556

149
786
1,661
2,341
2,140
1,892

1,582
164
387
257
1,090


Percent
93
96

95
93
94
93
106

88
100
99
91
102
88
94
98

93
94
97
96
102
99
98
97

99
94
99
95
98
93
92
93

97
97
93

94
96
97
94
93
94

113
98
104
93
97


Pounds Pounds
772 832
1,139 1,251


691
899
1,067
1,205
826

699
675
737
931
1,037
758
729
976

785
894
875
706
644
1,012
878
861

913
1,293
810
558
558
878
1,208
15,087


735
971
1,139
1,257
874

785
730
802
1,003
1,051
902
817
1,052

849
970
943
767
673
1,113
960
949

959
1,378
866
606
637
972
1,325
16,221


Percent
108
110

106
I0?
107
104
106

112
108
109
108
101
119
112
108

108
109
108
109
105
110
109
110

105
107
107
109
llt
111
ill
110
108


698 736 105
736 798 108
701 775 111


804
680
754
862
1,168
1,365

1,164
1,174
2,276
4,700
1,050


886
742
833
919
1,324
1,503

1,100
1,043
2,258
5,311
1,050


Continued -


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
AGRICULTURAL ESTIMATES DIVISION
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Table 23--Average daily receipts of milk from producers, number of producers, and average daily
receipts Per producer in certain Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1963-6h a/


Marketing area-F


PACIFIC:
Inland Empire, Wash.-Ida.....
Puget Sound, Wash............
Total 8 areas
(77 Federal 8 State)


1,000 1,000
pounds pounds Percent
486 J4?9 103
3.395 3.7 102


152,199 156,71h


Number
602
2.9141


Number
2,69
2,729


102.8 l8h,513 175,571


Percent

95.
9h
95.1


Pounds
1,165
1,165


Pounds
877
1,263


Pounds
109
108


826 893 108.1


F- Federal Order unless otherwise noted; S- From State sources; FS- From Federal and State sources.
a. Quantities include receipts of milk from producers by handlers regulated in the respective marketing
areas; data are revised for earliest date shown, preliminary for others. See below for area combinations.
b. Federal totals less State data on receipts from New Jersey or Mississippi producers where applicable.
d. Plant receipts of Grade A milk from producers in the State.

Compiled from reports of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies.


AREA CORIINATIONS IN SALES AND RECEIPTS TABLES

The following i.arketing areas have been combined in tables of this report: Northern Ohio North
Central, Northeastern, Toledo and Youngstown-larren; Southern Ohio Cincinnati, Colunbus, and Dayton-
SprinFfield, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and South Bend-aPorte-Elkhart: Michigan Southern,
Upper Peninsula and Upstate; Wisconsin Madison, Milwaukee and Northeastern- Minnesota Duluth-
Superior and Minneapolis-St. Paul; Iowa Cedar Rapids-Iowa City, Des Moines, North Central, Quad Cities-
Dubuque and Sioux City; South Dakota Black Hills, Eastern and Sioux Falls-Mitchell; Kansas Neosho
Valley, Southwest and Wichita; Kentucky-Indiana Paducah and Louisville-Lexington-Evansville; Tennessee-
Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville; Mississippi Central, Delta, Gulf and Northeast;
Louisiana New Orleans and Northern; Texas Austin-Waco, Corpus Christi, Central West, Lubbock-Plain-
view, Panhandle and San Antonio; and Colorado Eastern and Western.
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