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MILK PRODUCTION

AND DAIRY

PRODUCTS


ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY




1966


HU'iME LIBRARY ~
lMAR 17 1967
i.F S.- "


U. S. DEPARTMENT
Statistical Reporting
Crop Reporting Board
Washington, D. C.
February 196


OF AGRICULTURE
Service


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CONTENTS
Comments:

Milk cows and milk production ...................................... 3
Manufactured dairy products ......................................... 4
Fluid milk and cream ......................... ..... .................... 5
Cold storage holdings of dairy products ................................ 6

Tables:
Milk Cows and Milk Production
Dairy Cattle on farms
United States ................. ....... ....................... 7
States .... .. .... ..... .... .......... ........... .. .... 8
Milk cows and milk production, annual
United States ............................................. 7
States ......................... .......................... 9
Milk production, by months
United States ........................................... 7
States .................... ........................... 10, 11
Manufactured dairy products
Production
Butter .................................................... 12, 13
Cheese ................................... ... ............ 12 -15
Frozen products ........................................... 13
Evaporated and condensed milk........................................ 16
Dry milk products ......................................... 16

Stocks
Evaporated and condensed milk ................ .......... 17
Dry milk products ......................................... 17, 18

Manufacturing grade milk prices and milkfat tests
Butter ............................................... 18
Cheese ................................................... 18, 19
Evaporated milk ................................................ 19
All ........ ............ .... ... ..... ..................... 19, 20

Manufacturer's selling prices
Evaporated milk ........................................... 20
Dry milk products ............... ................................ 21, 22

Cold storage holdings of dairy products ......................... 23

Fluid milk and cream:

Fluid milk prices
Dealers' buying prices .................................... 24
Prices to consumers ....................................... 24- 26

Dairy sales and tests
Whole milk ............... .............................. 27, 28
Skim milk products ....................................... 27, 28
Milk and cream mixtures ............................. .... ............ 29, 30
Fluid cream ............................. ...... ........... 29, 30

Daily receipts ............................................... 31
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MIIK PRODUCTION AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY, 1966


MILK COWS AND MILK PRODUCTION, 1966

The Nation's milk cows produced 120.2 billion pounds of milk in
1966, according to the Crop Reporting Board. This is 3.2 percent less
than the revised production of 124.2 billion pounds in 1965. The average
number of milk cows in 1966 was a record low of 14,123 thousand, 6 per-
cent below the 1965 average of 14,954,000 and 15 percent less than the
1960-64 average. The record high output per cow of 8,513 pounds in 1966
was 3 percent above the previous record of 8,304 pounds in 1965.

The 1966 production was 5 percent below the record 1964 output of
127.0 billion pounds and the smallest since 1953. Nearly all of the 1966
reduction in milk production from 1965 occurred in 3 regions--the North
Atlantic, down 3 percent; East North Central, down 5 percent; and West
North Central, down 6 percent. Output was about equal to a year earlier
in the South Atlantic, South Central, and West. For the year, production
increased in only 10 States with Florida up 4 percent for the largest gain,
followed by Arizona with a 2-percent increase. The sharpest decline was
in North Dakota--9 percent less than in 1965. Output was 8 percent below
a year earlier in both Rhode Island and Alaska while a 7-percent decline
occurred in both Illinois and Minnesota. For the U. S., milk production
was 7 percent below a year earlier in January, and generally as the year
progressed, the deficit became gradually smaller, and the December output
was up slightly from 1965.

Annual milk production per cow set a new record high of 8,513 pounds
in 1966, up 3 percent from the previous record of 8,304 pounds in 1965.
Regionally, rates increased 6 percent in the South Central in contrast to
the small gain of 1 percent in the East North Central. California's rate
per cow of 11,100 pounds continued to lead the Nation. Arizona was second
with 10,370 pounds, followed by New Jersey's 10,300 pounds. Massachusetts,
Connecticut, Nevada, and Hawaii each had annual rates of 10,000 pounds or
more.


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MILK PRODUCTION BY MONTHS
REVISED ESTIMATES FOR 1960-65

Estimates of monthly milk production for 1960-66 and January 1
inventory numbers for 1961-65 have been revised, where necessary,
based on review of data from the 1964 Census of Agriculture and
other data which have become available since the original esti-
mates were made. Revised estimates of monthly milk production
for 1960-64 are shown in Statistical Bulletin No. 390, "Milk--
Revised Estimates, 1960-64". Revised estimates for January 1
inventory numbers for 1961-65 are shown in Statistical Bulletin
No. 389, "Livestock and Poultry Inventory, January 1, 1961-65."





The Nation's milk cow herd averaged 14,123,000 head in 1966--the
smallest of record since the series began in 1924. Annual milk cow
numbers have declined continuously since 1953. However, the 6 percent
reduction from 1965 was the largest of record. Numbers were down 8
percent in the West North Central region in 1966, compared with reduc-
tions of 6 percent in both the East North Central and South Central, 5
percent in the North Atlantic, 4 percent in the South Atlantic, and 2
percent in the West. Wisconsin, with 14 percent of the Nation's milk
cows, led all States, followed by Minnesota, New York, California,
Pennsylvania, and Iowa.

The January 1, 1967 inventory of cows and heifers 2 years old and over
kept for milk is estimated at 15,206 thousand, down 5 percent from a
year earlier and the smallest number of record since 1893. Replacement
stock, heifers 1-2 years kept for milk cows, is estimated at 3,619
thousand, 6 percent less than a year earlier. Heifer calves under 1
year for replacement of milk cows totaled 4,064 thousand on January 1.
This is a reduction of 2 percent from the January 1, 1966 estimate of
4,156 thousand. The total heifers and calves kept for replacement
stock on January 1, 1967 is 51 percent of the number of cows and heifers
2 years old and over, compared with 50 percent a year earlier.

MANUFACTURED DAIRY PRODUCTS, 1966

United States production of American cheese, Italian cheese, Swiss
cheese, Brick and Munster (combined), blue mold cheese, and ice milk
reached record high levels during 1966. Ice cream and cottage cheese
(both creamed and curd) were only fractionally lower than the record set
in 1965. On the other hand, butter in 1966 reached a 46-year low for
the third lowest production on record.

Total cheese production in 1966, at 1,874 million pounds, reached a
new high and exceeded the 1965 record by 7 percent. American cheese,
accounting for nearly two-thirds of total cheese, was also 7 percent
above a year earlier for a record high. Wisconsin, the leading cheese
State, produced 46 percent of the Nation's American cheese while Missouri
retained second place with 7 percent of the total production. Output of
Italian cheese in 1966, at 270 million pounds, was 10 percent more than
a year earlier and the 12th consecutive annual high record. Swiss cheese
made in the United States totaled 134 million pounds--9 percent above a
year earlier. Blue mold cheese production, at 22 million pounds, was 18
percent greater than the record high set in 1965. Brick and Munster
cheese (combined), at a record high 55 million pounds, was 3 percent above
a year earlier. Other cheese, not classified, totaled 34 million pounds,
5 percent above 1965. Creamed cottage cheese production, at 837 million
pounds, was only fractionally below the record high set a year earlier.

Creamery butter production in 1966, at 1,119 million pounds, was
down 15 percent from a year earlier and 23 percent below the 1960-64 aver-
age. This is the third smallest annual production on record and the
lowest since 1920. Minnesota continued to be the leading State in butter
production with 28 percent of the Nation's total. Wisconsin, with 20
percent of the output, was second and Iowa was third with 12 percent.





Limburger cheese in 1966 totaled 3.4 million pounds--up 14 percent from
the year before and 2 percent above average. Cream cheese production
was ll4 million pounds--down 2 percent from 1965 but 5 percent above
the 1960-64 average. Neufchatel cheese output, at 6.7 million pounds,
was up 4 percent from a year earlier but was unchanged from the 5-year
average.

Total ice cream production in 1966 was 754 million gallons,
fractionally less than the record set in 1965. Ice milk output was a
new high of 242 million gallons--a gain of 5 percent, and the 22nd
consecutive annual increase. Production of milk sherbet, at 47 million
gallons, was up 3 percent from a year earlier and 13 percent above the
5-year average. Mellorine production totaled 52 million gallons--down
3 percent from the record high set in 1965, but 5 percent above the 1960-
64 average.

Evaporated whole milk production during 1966 was 1,731 million
pounds, an increase of 2 percent from the previous year, but 14 percent
below the 5-year average. Output of canned sweetened condensed whole
milk, at 127 million pounds, was 32 percent more than the 1965 total,
65 percent above average, and the highest annual output since 1947.
Total nonfat dry milk for human food, at 1,588 million pounds, was down
20 percent from 1965, 23 percent below the 5-year average, and the lowest
annual production since 1956. Dry whole milk output during 1966 was 88
million pounds--off 1 percent from a year earlier and 2 percent below
average. Dry buttermilk production, at 81 million pounds, was 8 percent
smaller than in 1965 and the lowest since 1958.

FLUID MILK AND CREAM: PRICES, SALES, AND RECEIPTS, 1966

Dealers' buying prices of milk for fluid use in 1966 averaged $5.82
per hundredweight. Compared with the previous year, averages for each
month in 1966 were higher. The gain from a year earlier was 9 cents in
early January and gains increased to 40 cents in May. A gain of 39 cents
in June was followed by larger increases each succeeding month and was
70 cents in October. The increase was 65 cents in November and 63 cents
in December. The annual average fluid-use price was higher than in
1965 in all regions of the country with increases ranging from 13 cents
per hundredweight in the Pacific States to 71 cents in the West North
Central. Other large increases were 70 cents in the West South Central,
64 cents in the East North Central, and 59 cents in the Mountain States.
Smaller increases by region over the previous year were: 51 cents in
New England, 41 cents in the East South Central and 37 cents in each of
the Middle Atlantic and South Atlantic States.

Prices for whole milk of the most common grade and container type
in half-gallons sold out of stores in 25 major cities averaged 49.4
cents in 1966. This is 3.2 cents per half-gallon higher than in 1965.
Increases in out-of-store prices from a year earlier ranged from less
than a cent per half-gallon in 3 markets to over 5 cents in 4 markets.
Single quarts delivered to homes in these same markets averaged 29.7 cents
for 1966, an increase of 1.6 cents from 1965. The average for 1966 was
higher in all 25 markets. In 7 markets, the average was less than a cent


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above 1965 but in 6 markets the 1966 average was more than 2 cents
higher than the previous year.

Average daily sales of whole milk (preliminary) during 1966 in 9
States and 66 Federal areas were a fraction of a percent below 1965.
Skim milk sales in 74 of these areas were 12 percent higher than the
previous year. In 72 areas, total sales of both mixtures of milk and
cream (half and half) and other cream items for 1966 were 4 percent
less than 1965. The estimated milk equivalent of sales of all fluid
milk and cream items in 74 areas during 1966 is about the same as the
previous year.

Producer receipts of milk in 74 marketing areas (8 State and 66
Federal) during 1966 averaged 138 million pounds per day. This is a
fraction of a percent less than 1965. The average number of producers
during the year in these areas was 139,000, down 6 percent from the
previous year. Receipts per producer in these marketing areas in 1966
averaged 966 pounds per day, 6 percent more than in 1965.

COLD STORAGE STOCKS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS

Warehouse stocks of fluid cream averaged 11.3 million pounds per
month during 1966 compared with 8.5 million in 1965. End-of-month
stocks in 1966 were larger than each of the corresponding periods in
1965, except January 31, 1966. Plastic cream stocks averaged 2.2
million pounds in 1966 compared with 1.8 million pounds in 1965.

Average monthly holdings of creamery butter were 52.9 million
pounds in 1966, about 60 percent less than in 1965. Stocks reached a
maximum of 92 million pounds, on July 31, compared with a peak of 220
million, on July 31, 1965.

American cheese holdings for the last third of 1966 were larger
than the corresponding period in 1965. For the year, however, monthly
stocks averaged 303 million pounds, about the same as in 1965. The
maximum stocks were 349 million pounds on August 31. In 1965, peak
holdings were 364 million pounds on August 31.

Warehouse holdings of Swiss cheese for the first quarter of 1966
were below the first quarter of 1965 but were larger for the remainder
of the year. Stocks averaged 11.8 million pounds each month compared
with 9.2 million in 1965.

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Table 1.-Milk cows and milk production, United States, 1957-66 i/

Milk cows Production per milk cow / Total ail production 3/
Year on rms Milk Milkfat Quantity Per capital
Thousands Pounds Pounds Mil. lb. Pounds
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......... 17,515 7,029 264 123,109 681
1961......... 17,243 7,290 273 125,707 684
1962......... 16,842 7,496 280 126,251 676
1963......... 16,260 7,700 286 125,202 661
1964........ 15,677 8,099 300 126,967 661
1965 ......... 14,954 8,304 308 124,173 638
1966. ....... .14,123 8,513 315 120,230 611
I/ Includes 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 1960-64, 1965, and 1966
Milk cows
on farms / Milk per cow 2 Milk production /
Month Ave e Change
Mth Average Avere 1965 1966 Average 1965 1966 from
1960-64 196 1960-64 1966 1960-64 965
Thou. Thou. Thou. Lb. Lb. Lb. Mil.l b. Milb .lb. Percent
Ja mnary ...... 16,920 15,349 146 597 W f 10,099 10,494 9,805 -6.6
February..... 16,881 15,290 14,393 573 641 635 9,670 9,795 9,137 -6.7
March........ 16,842 15,226 14,326 651 734 736 10,968 11,177 10,537 -5.7
April........ 16,800 15,151 14,262 668 743 752 11,219 11,264 10,725 -4.8
May.......... 16,761 15,078 14,188 736 802 812 12,337 12,100 11,525 -4.8
June......... 16,723 14,998 14,124 708 771 798 11,839 11,567 11,269 -2.6
uly......... 16,686 14,918 14,068 650 718 736 10,852 10,704 10,350 -3.3
August....... 16,649 14,839 14,021 610 669 696 10,158 9,929 9,763 -1.7
September.... 16,613 14,764 13,968 574 628 663 9,529 9,272 9,263 -0.1
October...... 16,577 14,689 13,923 582 636 670 9,652 9,343 9,333 -0.1
Novemberr..... 16,541 14,606 13,878 561 618 649 9,276 9,029 9,012 -0.2
December..... 16.504 14.529 1836 597 65 687 9849 9,499 9511 +0.1
Annual..... 16,707 14,954 14,123 7,50 8,30 ,513 125,47 124,173 120,230 -3.2
/ excludes heifers not yet fresh.
2 Excludes milk sucked by calves.

Table 3.-Dairy cattle ea farms January 1, United States, 1958-67 1/
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 ors milk cows year 3/
and over Per 100 Per 100 Per 100
kept for Number Number Number
milk 2/ 11
Thousands Thousands Number Thousands Number Thousands Number
1958......... 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 5,335 27.3
1961......... 19,271 5,016 26.0 5,446 28.3 5,324 27.6
1962......... 18,963 4,887 25.8 5,264 27.8 5,471 28.9
1963......... 18,379 4,708 25.6 4,935 26.9 5,440 29.6
1964......... 17,647 4,395 24.9 4,692 26.6 5,061 28.7
1965......... 16,981 4,149 24.4 4,434 26.1 5,137 30.3
1966......... 15,993 3,860 24.1 4,156 26.0 4,647 29.1
1967......... 15,206 3.619 23.8 4,064 26.7


Includes estimates for Alaska and Hawaii beginning 1961.
Includes 2-yer old heifers not yet fresh.
Cows and heifers 1 year old and over at beginning of ye less
includes animals called out, death losses, and farm slaughter.


cows 2 years old and over at end of


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year.






Table 4.-Dairy cattle on farms January 1, by States, average 1961-65, 1966, and 1967
State Cows and heifers 2 years Heifers 1 to 2 years old Heifer calves under 1 year
tae old and over kept for milk 1/ kept for milk cows kept for milk cors
division Avera 1 1967 ae 1966 1967 196 a 1966 1967


Maine .............
N. H .............
Vt. ...............
Mass. .............
R. I. .............
Conn. ............
N. Y. .............
N. J. .............
Pa. ...............
N. Atl. .........
Ohio ..............
Ind. ............
Ill. ..............
Mich. .............
Wis. ..............
E. N. Cent. ....
Minn ............
Iowa .............
Mo. ..............
N. Dak. ...........
S. Dak. ...........
Nebr. ............
Kans ............
W. N. Cent. .....
Del. ..............
. ...............
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. Mx. ...........
Ariz. ............
Utah ............
Nev. ..............
Wash. .............
Oreg. .............
Calif. ............
West. ...........
Total 48 States
Alaska ...........
Hawai ............
United States .....


Thou.
100
56
279
96
13
89
1,363
129
968


Thou.
83
48
245
84
11
80
1,259
107
883


Thou.
77
45
233
78
10
77
1,196
103
848


Thou.
29
15
58
19
2
20
302
20
243


Thou.
23
13
46
15
1
16
272
16
211


Thou.
22
12
45
14
1
15
260
15
205


Thou.
30
16
62
20
2
20
300
21
265


Thou.
23
13
47
15
2
18
267
16
231


Thou.
23
13
50
17
2
19
281
17
236


3,093 2,800 2,667 709 613 589 736 632 658
701 586 557 170 138 131 175 135 134
429 355 323 109 79 78 114 84 97
568 451 419 157 109 100 182 137 128
686 620 570 201 166 154 214 181 169
2,392 2,259 2,180 658 594 546 681 602 583
4,777 4,271 4,049 1,294 1,086 1,009 1,365 1,139 1,111
1,418 1,295 1,230 416 382 351 428 372 351
887 744 707 226 191 172 234 200 197
626 481 452 141 98 89 154 106 94
283 231 206 59 44 39 66 50 48
262 236 229 54 43 43 79 68 65
316 269 246 70 55 49 76 63 60
327 263 245 83 58 55 84 60 57
4,120 3,519 3,315 1,049 871 798 1,121 919 872
25 20 18 6 4 4 5 4 3
217 198 190 51 40 40 49 41 40
338 289 272 83 69 63 93 77 78
121 90 82 25 17 14 26 17 13
271 239 225 74 59 56 80 63 59
105 86 83 26 19 17 28 20 19
206 170 163 53 42 42 59 47 45
193 189 189 28 25 25 32 26 27
1,476 1,281 1,222 347 275 261 372 295 284
530 457 430 126 105 94 107 106
473 420 395 99 81 77 103 90 89
229 186 177 66 50 47 70 54 49
349 284 261 96 78 66 106 88 83
200 133 125 47 28 25 48 34 32
254 224 215 60 51 48 69 60 60
242 190 173 63 45 42 75 62 56
567 441 419 134 90 84 151 117 108
2,844 2,335 2,195 692 528 483 752 612 583
71 59 55 15 12 11 21 18 17
210 178 171 71 59 56 81 70 68
28 24 22 7 5 5 7 5 5
123 107 107 33 28 28 42 36 39
43 42 41 11 10 11 12 12 15
55 56 56 13 12 11 15 13 13
96 85 83 26 24 24 29 28 25
17 15 15 6 5 5 6 6 6
239 219 217 66 56 54 71 62 62
160 133 132 45 37 37 57 53 53
877 849 841 243 235 233 260 253 250
1,919 1,767 1,740 535 483 475 602 556 553
18,229 15,973 15,188 4,626 3,856 3,615 4,948 4,153 4,061


2.9 2
16 18
18,248 15,993


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2.1
16


15,20b


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S4,031 3,ooo60 3,619y


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Table 5.-Kilk cows and milk production, by States, avero e 1960-64, 1965, and 1966


State
and
division


Xaine ...........
N. H. ..........
Vt. .............
Mass. ...........
R. I ...........
Conn. ...........
N. Y. ...........
N J. ...........
?a. ............
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. ......
Month. ...........
Idaho ...........
WVyo. ...........
Colo ...........
N. Mex. .........
Ariz. ...........
Utah .............
Nev. ............
Wash. ..........
Oreg. ...........
Calif. ..........
West. ........
Alaska ..........
Hawaii ..........
U. S. .........


Milk cows on farms 1/


Average 1965
1960-64 1


Thou.
89
50
253
90
12.5
82
1,233
122
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1966


Trou. Thou.
79 74
44 41
233 215
80 74
10.5 9.6
73 70
1,165 1,109
103 97
806 767


Annual milk per cow 2/


Average
1960-64


1965 1966


T I


Lb.
7,101
8,156
7,766
8,918
9,054
8,840
8,634
9,3LL
8.226


Lb.
8,350
8,950
8,820
9,880
9,810
9,770
9,470
10,040
8.940


Lb.
8,620
9,320
9,150
10,220
9,900
10,090
9,540
10,300
9,240


Anna]l lk 1 production 2/


4 .


Average 1965
1960-64 1


Mil.lb.
693
407
1,966
803
113
720
10,642
1,1ll4
7.138


Mil.Lb.
660
3 L
2,055
790
103
713
11,033
1,034
7,206


.il. 1b.
638
382
1,967

95
706
10,3 D
999
7,C 7


Change
966 from
_____19656


Percent


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2,801 2,594 2,457 8,L1U2 9,247 9,446 23,623 23,988 23,210 -3
643 555 523 8,346 9,370 9,h40 5,351 5,200 4,937 -5
391 330 301 8,196 8,950 9,200 3,193 2,954 2,769 -6
520 422 389 8,088 9,110 9,220 4,188 3,-Lh 3,587 -7
631 585 544 8,700 9,450 9,520 5,485 5,528 5,179 -6
2,147 2,075 1,989 8,596 9,080 9.150 18,453 18,841 18,199 -3
4,332 3,967 3,746 8,474 9,167 9,255 36,670 36,367 3L,671 -5
1,272 1,232 1,146 8,324 8,710 8,750 10,588 10,731 10,028 -7
818 718 657 7,640 8,280 8,560 6,231 5,945 5,624 -5
589 462 422 6,110 7,020 7,400 3,583 3,243 3,123 -4
262 223 196 6,450 6,580 6,810 1,688 1,467 1,335 -9
240 226 213 6,258 6,990 7,170 1,502 1,580 1,527 -3
299 255 239 6,664 7,140 7,210 1,985 1l,C? 1,723 -5
298 247 228 6,321 7,080 7,470 1,875 1,7L9 1,703 -3
3,779 3,363 3,101 7,279 7,891 8,082 27,452 26,536 25,063 -6
23 18 17 7,706 8,670 8,760 178 156 149 -4
207 186 180 7,486 8,380 8,580 1,548 1,559 1,5 -1
305 258 250 6,236 7,090 7,180 1,898 1,829 1,795 -2
114 87 79 5,192 5,750 6,030 589 500 476 -5
248 217 210 6,126 6,920 7,130 1,517 1,502 1,497 0
98 82 77 5,396 6,320 6,660 529 518 513 -1
192 158 150 5,190 6,270 6,670 994 991 1,000 +1
186 178 179 7,202 7,810 8,050 1,320 1,390 1,Lal +4
1,372 1,184 1,142 6,268 7,133 7,369 8,573 8,h)5 8,1i5 C
484 421 396 5,352 6,100 6,540 2,585 2,568 2,590 +1
h44 387 373 4,968 5,610 5,800 2,202 2,171 2,163 0
210 168 158 4,238 4,990 5,280 885 *35 834 0
325 260 242 3,710 4,370 4,570 1,200 1,136 1,106 -3
190 130 116 L,518 5,550 6,070 851 722 704 -2
225 205 196 4,096 4,890 5,160 918 1,002 1,011 +1
227 179 168 6,164 7,340 7,740 1,393 1,314 1,300 -1
530 429 402 5,648 6,930 7,480 2,978 2,973 3,007 +1
2,634 2,179 2,051 4,958 5,839 6,199 13,012 12,724 12,715 0
68 57 53 6,314 6,630 6,790 427 378 360 -5
193 169 162 8,248 8,730 8,840 1,593 1,475 1,832 -3
27.2 23.4 21.7 6,738 7,480 7,700 183 175 167 -5
116 102 99 7,412 8,160 8,290 855 832 821 -1
40 39 38 6,610 7,490 7,740 263 292 294 +1
51 52 52 9,606 10,170 10,370 486 529 539 +2
89 80 77 8,514 9,200 9,560 755 736 736 0
14.9 13.9 13.4 8,070 9,640 10,000 120 134 -34 0
219 204 199 8,803 9,470 9,830 1,925 1,932 1,9c- +1
149 127 122 7,242 7,720 8,020 1,080 980 978 0
CG6 783 772 10,282 10,830 11,100 8,283 8,L50 8,569 +1
1,772 1,650 1,609 9,022 9,662 9,935 15,969 15,9L3 15, 6 0
2.6 2.3 2.0 8,472 9,000 9,500 22.3 20.7 19.0 -8
l1l.0 15.1 15.0 8,976 9,860 10,060 126 1L49 151 +1


16,707


lh,954 14,123


1/ Average nu..oer on farms during
2f Ecludes milk sucked by calves.


7,509


8,304 8,513


year, excluding heifers not yet fresh.


125,447 124,173 120,230 -3.2


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Table 6.-Milk Production, by States and months, 1965


Jan. jFeb. Ma Ar. I ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total


Million pounds
52 49 55 57 61 62 60 57 54
33 31 35 35 37 35 34 32 31
168 154 184 187 201 194 173 162 160
68 63 71 70 74 69 63 63 61
8.7 8.0 9.3 9.1 9.8 9.0 8.6 8.5 8.0
61 57 64 62 65 59 57 58 57
951 878 1,033 1,036 1,097 1,022 878 81 801
90 84 96 94 99 86 82 82 79
601 554 650 647 706 642 584 573 559


52 50 51 660
30 30 31 394
161 151 160 2,055
63 61 64 790
8.1 7.7 8.2 103
58 56 59 713
844 806 876 11,033
80 78 84 1,034
569 547 574 7,206


Maine..
N. H. ..
Vt. ....
Mass...
R. I...
Conn...
N. Y...
N. J. ..
Pa.

Ohio ...
Ind ..
Ill. ...
Mich. ..
Wis ...

Minn. ..
Iow ...

N. Dak..
S. Dak..
Nebr. ..
Kans. ..

Del. ...
ML. ...
Va ....
W. Va.
N. C...
S. C.



Tenla ...
Ala. .
Miss...
Ark ...
La. ....
Okla...
Tex. ...

Mont...
Idaho..
Wyo. ...
Colo...
N. Mex..
Ariz. .
Utah ...
Nev. ...
Wash...
Oreg...
Calif..

Alaska .
Hawaii .


U. S..


1,080 1,021 1,132 1,104 1,136 1,048 855 672 565
526 497 549 538 583 566 524 469 421
224 224 248 283 342 353 336 290 258
118 116 135 140 161 170 155 124 9
138 131 149 147 157 165 147 122
148 139 160 161 177 180 170 155 140
147 136 152 155 170 156 149 139 134

12.5 11.9 13.1 14.2 15.6 13.0 12.7 12.8 12.8
132 122 135 130 14o 128 129 130 128
143 128 140 147 174 165 166 169 159
41 37 43 42 46 45 44 42 41
119 110 125 128 133 132 130 127 129

1A ; 16 7 UR
119 1 12 12 120 111 12 10 109
171 166 195 217 259 260 258 255 227
149 138 163 193 217 213 217 211 190
72 65 71 72 71 66 66 67 70
88 78 89 99 105 102 104 101 99
51 47 55 63 73 72 69 67 62
87 76 84 89 85 77 79 83 84
103 97 109 117 122 118 116 110 108
252 229 264 265 270 252 244 239 237

29 29 31 31 39 39 37 33 29
115 112 128 130 143 144 139 130 117
14.5 13.5 14.9 15.2 16.2 16.9 16.3 14.7 13.5
69 64 71 72 77 74 73 71 66
24 22 25 25 26 25 25 24 23
44 41 47 46 46 43 42 43 44
59 54 63 63 68 67 66 63 59
10.8 9.9 11.4 11.4 12.0 11.7 11.9 11.5 10.9
148 135 154 162 187 176 176 172 164
67 63 77 88 102 99 98 90 79
679 635 733 723 765 740 755 734 691


615 683 820 10,731
423 415 434 5,945
251 229 205 3,243
83 78 92 1,467
101 101 118 1,580
132 126 133 1,821
134 138 139 1,749

12.9 12.1 12.4 156
130 125 130 1,559
157 144 137 1,829
41 39 39 500
127 119 123 1,502

116 11 323 1,390
205 179 176 2,568
176 154 150 2,171
72 71 75 838
93 87 91 1,136
58 54 51 722
86 82 90 1,002
105 10 105 1,314
242 238 241 2,973

28 27 26 378
109 101 107 1,475
13.2 12.6 13.5 175
66 64 65 832
25 24 24 292
45 44 44 529
59 57 58 736
11.3 10.5 10.7 134
164 149 145 1,932
75 71 71 980
697 664 664 8,480


1.86 1.61 1.79 1.68 1.78 1.78 1.87 1.87 1.78 1.65 1.54 1.49 20.7
u.6 11.1 12.8 12.5 12.8 12.6 12.6 12.5 12.0 12.9 12.4 13.2 149


10,494 9,795 11,177 11,264 12,100 11,567 10,704 9,929 9,272 9,343 9,029 9,499 124,173


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State


432 395 448 447 496 461 443 427 415 425 401 410 5,200
246 233 264 260 272 265 250 241 234 238 225 226 2,954
319 304 349 345 374 360 347 318 288 284 272 284 3,844
475 429 481 471 502 487 458 65 454 454 421 431 5,528
1,670 1,569 1,804 1,806 1,923 1,851 1,604 1,411 1,265 1,285 1,269 1,384 18,841


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Table 7.-Milk Production, by States and months7 1966


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


Mi 1 1 ion pounds
51 47 54 56 59 60 58 55 53 50 46 49
32 29 33 34 35 35 33 31 30 30 29 31
162 147 175 178 190 188 164 155 154 155 145 154
66 60 67 66 70 66 61 61 59 60 59 61
8.2 7.4 8.7 8.5 9.0 8.4 7.9 7.7 7.3 7.4 7.0 7.5
60 55 62 61 64 60 57 58 57 58 56 58
913 842 980 987 1,033 1,006 836 771 778 814 777 "%3
86 81 93 91 96 85 79 79 76 77 75 81
604 551 645 630 688 623 568 566 546 560 544 562

413 378 428 430 472 448 416 407 392 391 368 394
229 212 243 246 261 252 245 226 218 213 209 215
302 288 326 322 342 326 321 304 262 264 259 271
440 400 461 441 471 462 431 429 424 419 393 408
1467 1,364 1,602 1,638 1,795 1,821 1,549 1,427 1,325 1,363 1,361 1,487


Maine .
N. H..
Vt. ....
Mass. .
R. I.
Conn. .
N. Y..
N. J..
Pa. ....

Ohio ...
Ind...
Ill...
Mich..
Wis. ...

Minn..
Iowa ...
Mo. .....
N. Dek.
S. Dak.
Nebr..
Kans. .

Del...
Md ...
Va. ....
W. Va..
N. C...
S. C...
Ga. ....
Fla....

Ky. ....
Tenn.
Ala. ...
Miss..
Ark...
La. ....
Okla..
Texas .

Mont..
Idaho .
Wyo. ...
Colo..
N.Mex
Ariz..
Utah ...
Nev. ...
Wash..
Oreg..
Calif. .

Alaska .
Hawaii .


U. S. .


572 638 687 829
428 426 399 435
249 254 228 207
95 84 80 92
107 104 104 110
142 137 121 127
138 136 137 141

11.6 12.2 11.7 12.1
127 126 125 128
157 156 143 135
40 39 37 37
132 132 125 128
42 42 41 43
83 85 84 87
114 119 119 126

233 212 180 173
196 186 163 150
72 69 69 74
96 92 85 86
61 56 52 50
85 86 86 92
110 105 102 103
252 246 239 237

28 27 27 25
118 114 105 111
12.9 12.5 12.1 12.9
69 68 65 67
24 25 24 25
44 45 44 45
60 60 57 59
11.1 11.0 10.3 10.5
161 161 151 152
79 74 70 70
719 719 688 696


1.69 1.54 1.67 1.58 1.63 1.62 1.59 1.62 1.56 1.53 1.46 1.51
13.7 12.6 13.8 13.3 13.4 12.6 12.4 12.0 11.4 11.8 11.6 12.4


638
382
1,967
756
95
706
10,580
999
7,087

4,937
2,769
3,587
5,179
18,199


10,028
5,624
3,123
1,335
1,527
1,723
1,703
149
1,544
1,795
476
1,497
513
1,000
1,441

2,590
2,163
834
1,106
704
1,011
1,300
3,007
360
1,432
167
821
294
539
736
134
1,956
978
8,569

19. C
151


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903 880 1,008 989 1,023 1,010 819 670
452 425 480 498 552 546 517 466
210 221 244 281 320 321 307 281
105 102 119 124 138 146 137 113
126 119 143 137 149 157 143 128
134 127 144 146 165 168 164 148
137 130 151 155 155 146 140 137

12.2 11.2 12.6 13.7 14.4 12.8 12.2 12.3
126 123 133 130 141 129 128 128
140 124 139 147 168 160 159 167
39 34 40 41 44 43 42 40
119 108 121 122 126 128 128 128
44 40 45 45 45 42 42 42
84 74 85 87 87 81 81 82
124 115 130 126 125 115 115 113

174 166 199 223 263 264 253 250
150 140 16o 186 212 208 207 205
71 63 70 70 73 68 67 68
88 78 86 98 101 100 98 98
50 46 55 62 71 69 66 66
86 74 85 89 87 80 79 82
103 98 111 114 119 116 109 110
253 222 258 263 270 262 254 251

27 27 29 30 37 38 34 31
108 103 119 121 134 138 134 127
14.0 12.8 14.2 14.5 15.5 16.1 15.5 14.0
64 61 69 69 73 72 73 71
24 22 25 24 26 25 25 25
44 41 47 47 48 45 45 44
59 54 61 63 67 66 66 64
10.6 10.0 11.5 11.4 12.1 11.9 12.0 11.6
150 138 157 174 192 179 173 168
66 62 77 89 103 100 98 90
660 610 715 732 769 752 767 742


9,805 9,137 10,537 10,725 11,525 11,269 10,350 9,763 9,263 9,333 9,012 9,511 120,230





Table 8.--Creamery butter, American cheese and ice cream: Production, by States, 1965-66
State Creamery butter American cheese Ice cream
and 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966
division Enumeration Estimate Enumeration Estimate Enumeration Estimate
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds pounds gallons gallons
Maine ............... ..- 3,591
N. H. ............... --- --- --- --- 1,579
Vt. ................. 7,406 5,080 9,013 / 393
Mass .............../ / -- --- 36,245 39,150
R. I ............... --- --- --- 2,927 y
Conn ............... --- --- 12,081 10,940
N. Y. ............... 55,827 34,980 39,136 45,385 76,268 75,430
N. J. ................ --- 1 1 2 22,098 20,995
Pa. ................. 17,024 14,190 4,692 70,848 72,840
Other N. A. States .58 185 222 12,700 --- 8,525
N. Atl. .......... 80,399 54,435 53,063 58,085 226,030 227,880
Ohio ................ 21,156 18,365 11,767 13,585 42,569 44,700
Ind. ................ 20,425 18,400 26,634 20,075 29,862 28,160
ll. ................. 22,543 21,670 17,963 16,410 42,215 41,050
Mich. ............... 40,421 30,330 23,398 25,240 35,889 36,510
Wis. ................. 290,188 220,440 519,921 573,400 25,103 23,895
E. N. Cent. ....... 394,733 309,205 599,6b3 64M,710 175,63b 174.315
Minn. ............... 357,198 317,110 63,902 79,475 22,685 23,810
Iowa ................ 149,085 132,130 65,987 77,190 10,567 10,450
Mo. ................. 35,632 31,230 93,163 84,750 17,320 16,670
N. Dak. .............. 42,082 33,240 .14,027 19,600 2,911 )4,500
S. Dak. ............. 35,555 34,470 25,083 23,640 1,877 )
Nebr. ............... 48,482 43,250 10,587 12,530 10,314 10,135
Kans. ............... 18,322 16,660 17,724 19,360 5,503 5,445
W. N. Cent. ....... 686,356 608,090 290,473 316,545 71,177 71,010
D. C. .............. --- --- --- --- 7,661 7,010
Del .................. --- --- --- 5,352 1/
Md. ....*............ 3,893 2,415 --- 14,309 14,545
Va. ................. 1,237 1,040/ l/ 12,590 11,425
W. Va. .............. -- 6,871 6,395
N. C ............... j / / 16,099 16,135
S. C. ...............481 --- -- 5,306
Ga. .................. 271 1 / 9,549 9,320
Fla. ............... -- -- --- 18,685 18,130
Other S. Atl. States. 114 830 7,652 6,315 10,415
S. Atl. ........... ,996 4,265 7,652 6,315 96,422 93,375
Ky. ................. 16,203 14,040 60,375 59,760 4,935 y
Tenn. ............... 8,359 8,800 34,538 35,010 14,685 14,100
Ala ................ 1/ 3,563 3,535 8,192 7,695
Miss. ............... 2,142 1,900 12,759 12,125 3,361
Ark .................. / 1 10,895 9,400 2,576
La. .................. 1069 1 127 1/ 8,088 8,605
Okla. ............... 14,384 1490 6,112 67195 5,836 5,675
Tex. ................ 3,238 5,305 7,843 8,600 26,124 26,560
Other S. Cent. States 1,951 3,220 --- 140 --- 10,900
S. Cent. .......... 47,346 47,655 136,212 134,765 73,797 73,535
Mont. ............... 3,370 3,500 2,929 2,760 2,091 Y
Idaho ............... 26,076 24,185 32,360 32,440 3,o80
Wyo. ................ 1,998 1,895 1/ y 561
Colo ................. 6,974 6,410 393 / 8,288 8,050
N. Mex. ............ --- --- 1,378
Ariz ............... --- --- 4,494
Utah ................. 6,119 6090 7,363 7,700 4,303 1
Nev. ................ 1/ 1 726
Other Mount. States.. 116 115 921 970 --- 1635
Mountain .......... 44.653 42,195 43,966 43,870 24,921 24,685
Wash. ............... 19,887 17,860 7,718 6,995 13,611 13,545
Oreg. .............. 8,883 8,830 17,942 17,050 6,243 6,435
Calif. ............ 34,572 26,655 1,671 2,155 66,834 67,065
Pac. ............. 63,342 53,345 27,331 26,200 86,688 87,045
U. s. 2/ ........ 1,322,25 1,119,210 1,158,380 1,234,490 757,047 754,230


Production data for this State
Includes Alaska and Hawaii.


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


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Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1962-66 1/


Ice cream Ice milk
Month 966 196
chge. chge.
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 fro 1962 1963 14-L io 1966 from
1965 _1965


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


45,651
47,386
55,748
58,181
66,325
71,453
75,470
75,472
60,675
56,008
48,216
43.843


47,288
46,888
55,694
62,046
66,724
70,480
78,577
75,720
60,765
58,917
48,850
45.648


49,012
50,393
58.283
60,208
66,614
74,898
81,437
73,601
66,642
56,866
51,279
49. 510


49,352
50,476
60,504
63,000
67,019
76,793
79,039
78,026
68,127
58,026
54,728
51.951


50,400
50,655
63,020
60,310
66,155
77,110
80,840
78,370
66,755
57,285
52,720
50,610


Per-
cent

+ 2
0
+ 4
4
1
0
+ 2
0
2
1
-4
3


1,000
gallons

7,900
9,193
12,659
15,778
20,927
23,266
24,888
24,712
17,346
13,697
9,756
8.018


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


8,934
9,861
13,799
17,482
21,745
24,384
27,128
26,188
18,651
15,703
10,633
8.840


10,145
11,365
14,910
18,367
22,875
26,312
29,043
25,633
20,441
15,693
12,514
10.424


11,065
12,075
15,789
19,695
23,728
26,897
29,754
27,943
21,652
16,900
13,533
11.964


1,000
gallons

11,930
12,225
18,205
20,125
24,570
29,190
30,810
29,760
22,445
16,680
13,415
12. 570


Per-
cent


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 ...


L, 537,143


1,419,688


1,441,502


,119,210


1,322,825


5 1 1,631,817 1,755,528
1,592,022 1,723,636 1,873,595


+ 7


Ii. I 4.


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued


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704,428 717,597 738,743 757,047 4,230 0 188,140 203,348 217,722 230,995 241,925 + 5

Milk sherbet Mellorine
2,085 2,218 2,354 2,397 2,525 I 5 2,987 3,065 3,200 3,407 3,360 1
2,155 2,128 2,372 2,435 2,540 + 4 3,401 3,158 3,197 3,426 3,260 5
2,813 2,996 3,105 3,285 3,505 F 7 3,905 4,211 4,012 4,257 4,625 + 9
3,477 3,777 3,608 3,801 3,930 3 4,194 4,469 4,478 4,680 4,395 6
4,759 4,423 4,594 4,786 4,895 2 5,164 5,060 4,838 4,970 4,870 2
5,252 5,029 5,588 5,438 5,775 6 5,475 5,046 5,466 5,530 5,850 + 6
5,426 6,081 6,182 5,889 6,470 10 5,828 5,659 6,011 6,007 5,460 9
4,973 5,184 5,128 5,319 5,405 2 5,883 5,652 5,531 5,843 5,660 3
3,305 3,149 3,706 3,942 3,875 2 4,191 4,520 4,802 4,836 4,580 5
2,511 2,992 2,758 2,979 3,035 2 4,158 4,459 4,127 3,928 3,860 2
2,048 2,229 2,441 2,618 2,460 6 2,876 2,933 3,092 3,347 3,055 9
1,847 1,964 2,172 2,591 2,475 4 2,532 2,445 2,624 2,938 2,770 6

40,651 42,170 44,008 45,480 46,890 3 50,594 50,077 51,378 53,169 51,745 3


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

143,149 132,911 130,;34 131,597 99,245 25 119,165 116,787 125,368 133,602 132,365 1
131,364 122,337 124,854 124,979 92,220 26 112,591 109,688 126,566 127,582 127,580 0
149,626 135,483 140,948 140,636 101,470 28 130,643 131,238 150,329 156,177 158,725 + 2
146,812 140,177 143,871 139,372 10o,160 24 142,636 147,248 153,886 163,652 165,645 + 1
166,621 156,229 154,374 145,063 116,370 20 109,902 172,821 178,190 181,082 1 4,200 + 2
151,636 142,563 143,140 133,458 114,760 14 168,657 176,650 177,286 184,126 194,465 + 6
121,787 114,112 111,322 103,990 83,885 19 145,690 150,577 152,284 162,869 169,520 + 4
103,720 95,157 94,890 84,045 77,305 8 132,643 139,339 139,108 142,508 156,830 + 10
91,416 85,527 86,207 73,280 70,510 4 119,115 124,975 129,805 128,238 145,565 + 14
107,653 41,739 94,892 77,766 79,110 + 2 120,511 121,815 131,403 125,005 144,000 + 15
105,385 91,898 95,757 77,801 80,810 + 4 111,452 114,869 122,024 120,537 139,445 + 16
117,974 111,555 120,913 90,838 97,365 + 7 119,017 125,810 137,387 130,150 155,255 + 19






Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1962-66 /--Continued

American cheese 3/ Swiss cheese
Month 1966 1966
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 c 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
__1965 I I1965


1,000
pounds

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


1,000
pounds

75,279
71,364
85,471
102,461
1~_6,498
129,918
109,802
97,972
83,970
77,911
70,755
76,950


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


87,425
83,349
101,804
111,481
130,406
131,576
113,165
96,222
81,824
76,175
69,636
75,317


81,050
78,310
100,205
112,965
130,500
138,300
116,605
105,320
95,265
91,580
85,840
98,550


81,616
81,513
97,544
107,735
128,341
128,233
108,071
94,843
86,069
83,343
75,686
3 ,317


Per-
cent
- 7
- 6
- 2
+ 1
0
+ 5
+ 3
+
+ 16
+ 20
+ 23
+ 31


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Per-
pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds cent


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


8,620
8,603
10,157
10,491
12,493
12,668
11,251
10,359
9,832
9,612
8,632
9,126


9,161
8,611
10,519
10,458
12,266
12,476
11,585
10,481
9,363
9,275
8,803
9,639


10,400
9,945
11,910
11,975
13,150
13,44o
12,550
11,885
10,330
10,000
9,140
9,305


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

Year ...




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

Year ....


Cream cheese


8,790 9,429
8,898 8,o45
10,269 9,789
9,032 7,828
7,339 7,897
8,190 9,335
8,816 6,900
9,561 7,908
9,043 8,256
11,379 9,249
11,384 10,858
13,906 12,337


.... 116,607 107,831


8,099
8,987
1 084
8,026
9,197
8,353
7,684
7,945
8,407
11,189
11,865
13,291


o, 199
7,945
11,539
9,436
7,407
8,877
9,576
7,682
9,386
10,922
12,912
12,385


114,127 116,266


9, 14u
8,290
11,955
8,075
8,105
9,045
8,785
7,440o
8,425
10,520
12,105
11,955


113,840


See footnotes at end of table.


+ 11
+ 4
+ 4
- 14
+ 9
+ 2
8
3
- 10
4
6
3


Neufchatel cheese


562
449
665
665
631
609
362
391
559
550
492
508


5,081


7,584 6,057


505 1 10
545 + 21
640 4
630 5
650 + 3
485 20
490 + 35
520 + 33
505 10
550 0
675 + 37
495 3


6,443 6,690 f


Continued


- 14 -


1,094,487 1,157,311 1,234,490 + 7 109,412 119,906 121,844 122,637 134,030 + 9
1,108,351 1,158,380

Brick and Munster cheese Limburger cheese
4,264 4,032 4,535 4,469 4,650 + 4 330 287 326 326 320 2
3,467 3,607 4,541 4,392 4,625 + 5 281 262 256 244 265 + 9
4,412 4,397 5,033 4,814 5,155 + 7 314 262 281 174 295 + 70
4,316 4,161 4,431 4,760 4,435 7 280 212 194 226 255 + 13
4,464 4,334 4,426 4,486 4,675 + 4 343 264 176 230 245 + 7
3,693 4,305 4,250 4,531 5,095 + 12 258 282 175 213 300 41
3,242 3,682 3,897 4,545 4,770 + 5 202 248 180 212 260 + 23
3,589 3,683 4,393 4,291 4,935 + 15 269 238 248 266 240 10
3,410 3,606 3,963 3,990 4,085 + 2 316 293 177 242 275 + 14
3,983 4,119 4,379 4,281 3,845 10 380 320 269 244 295 + 21
4,019 3,961 4,026 4,079 4,190 + 3 308 307 296 289 285- 1
3,869 4,122 4,522 4,392 4,270 3 335 280 298 293 330 13

46,728 48,009 52,396 53,030 54,730 + 3 3,616 3,255 2,876 2,959 3,365 > 14


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


Year


~- "


. .. ..


--I~-------~ ---~~---






Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1962-66 l/--Continued


Italian cheese Blue mold cheese
Month 1966 1966
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 chge. 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 chge.
from from
S_1965 1 _____1965


1,000
pounds

13,244
15,419
15,971
15,163
14,512
13,250
13,387
13,137
14,110
13,960
15,556


1,000
pounds

13,936
16,643
17,505
17,153
16,193
14,878
14,924
15,050
16,097
16,173
19,076


1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pounds p ds
17,76 19,033 21,170
17,914 18,530 20,730
21,198 21,981 23,190
18,354 22,317 22,885
19,063 21,278 22,375
19,162 21,399 23,270
17,254 19,522 21,445
17,147 19,227 22,210
17,036 18,665 22,450
17,822 19,677 22,535
16,793 20,000 22,505
20,269 22,851 25,265


Per-
cent
+11
+12
+6
+3
+5
+9
+10
+16
+20
+15
+13
+11


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
pounds
1,712-
1,250
1,377
1,289
1,398
1,342
1,202
1,191
1,178
1,179
1,226
1,372


1,000
pounds
1,328
1,254
1,502
1,377
1,454
1,401
1,385
1,441
1,391
1,523
1,348
1,431


1,000
pound
1,460
1,425
1,564
1,553
1,704
1,724
1,630
1,545
1,646
1,495
1,522
1,732


1,00
pounds

1,905
2,125
1,780
1,795
1,795
1,960
1,895
1,690
1,810
1,750
1,965


Per-
cent
+375
+34
+36
+15
+5
+4
+20
+23
+3
+21
+15
+13


172,002 192,228 219,718 244,480270,030 +10 14,507 15,416 16,835 19,000 22,455 +18


Other varieties of cheese 2/ 4/ Cottage cheese curd

2,076 2,415 2,425 2,967 3,145 + 6 46,009 4B,046 48,960 48,528 50,525 + 4
2,418 2,293 2,978 2,637 2,965 +12 45,749 47,910 55,510 49,255 52,625 + 7
2,798 2,862 2,930 3,117 3,250 + 4 58,573 57,913 57,858 62,521 60,375 3
2,455 2,645 2,757 2,756 2,645 4 52,952 52,871 52,909 54,906 53,880 2
2,234 2,125 2,624 2,674 2,705 + 1 54,829 54,620 54,749 55,645 56,185 + 1
2,344 2,039 2,555 2,721 2,735 + 1 51,228 50,601 54,415 55,302 54,670 1
2,381 1,841 2,124 2,272 2,655 +17 49,712 53,216 54,653 53,619 53,650 0
2,624 2,283 2,332 2,403 2,385 1 49,906 51,195 51,359 52,301 52,630 + 1
2,425 2,397 2,505 2,563 2,540 1 45,743 47,364 49,774 50,608 49,465 2
2,664 2,863 2,767 2,386 2,865 +20 47,752 50,389 50,375 50,209 48,840 -3
2,637 2,800 2,892 2,804 2,955 + 5 45,050 46,170 47,028 48,735 47,465 3
2,526 2,674 3,583 3,033 3,120 _+ 3 42,569 43,074 45,200 45,432 45,030 1

29,582 29,237 32,472 32,333 33,965 + 5 590,072 603,369 622,790 627,061 625,340 0


Creamed cottage cheese Evaporated whole milk


61,377 63,158 65,442 65,130 67,325 + 3 118,155 136,898 142,496 120,772 117,200 3
60,553 63,312 75,077 66,087 70,615 + 7 119,063 124,211 142,410 120,703 118,400 2
78,994 76,579 77,224 84,506 81,275 4 150,015 149,643 151,641 132,483 147,000 +11
70,704 70,279 70,537 74,464 73,145 2 178,487 181,138 162,557 150,005 165,600 +10
72,959 72,005 72,347 74,227 75,325 + 1 227,493 211,5')3 211,316 184,814 193,200 + 5
68,202 67,397 72,207 73,637 73,470 0 216,095 208,104 203,826 182,527 195,400 + 7
65,842 71,553 73,695 72,019 72,280 0 191,733 184,436 183,047 160,248 158,100 1
66,660 68,678 68,331 69,683 70,510 + 1 170,508 175,209 172,396 149,889 159,100 + 6
60,728 62,740 66,930 67,316 65,870 2 138,739 140,327 145,124 136,275 133,800 2
63,609 66,891 67,819 66,008 64,040 3 142,758 129,720 131,832 123,714 125,800 + 2
58,794 60,917 62,463 63,564 62,685 1 132,129 122,160 114,150 110,915 107,400 3
55,299 56,713 59,723 60,492 60,105 1 143,659 133,929 127,265 120,629 109,900 9


783,721 800,222 831,795 837,133836,645


See footnotes at end of table.


-
0 1,928,831


1,888,060 1,730,900
1,897,278 1,692,974


Continued


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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..






Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States,
by months, 1962-1966 1 -- Continued

Condensed whole milk (case goods) Dry whole milk
1966 1966
Month 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 chge. 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 chge.
from from
I1965 1 0;65


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.


.
.
.
.
.
.
-
.
.
.
.


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

4,469
6,228
6,899
8,112
7,723
9,202
9,565
6,852
3,897
4,029
7.015


1,000
pounds

5,534
6,402
10,683
9,981
7,188
8,176
8,657
7,170
7,792
6,604
10.4 w2


1,000
pounds
8,615
4,627
7,661
10,170
9,251
5,295
9,276
8,593
5,440
7,601
9,101
10o.18


1,000
pounds

9,100
9,100
9,300
11,200
11,000
11,600
11,300
12,210
12,240
11,060
9,450


Per-
cent
TT0
+ 97
+ 19
- 9
+ 21
+108
+ 25
+ 32
+124
+ 61
+ 22
- 8


1,000
pounds

5,851
6,619
7,599
10,073
8,414
4,924
5,883
6,048
6,787
7,809
7.-71


1,000
pounds
9,129
8,589
7,930
6,474
8,124
7,647
7,365
8,095
7,576
7,137
6,667
6.28p


1,000
pounds
7,6051
6,624
7,398
7,717
7,209
6,711
6,419
6,247
7,245
8,733
7,378
8. -6


1,000
pounds
7,981
7,715
8,365
8,266
7,658
7,727
6,470
5,635
5,754
6,535
7,770
8.7h6


1,000
pounds

7,700
7,500
8,100
7,600
8,900
7,000
7,500
7,000
6,500
6,000
5.500


Per-
cent
+3
0
-10
-2
-1
+15
+8
+33
+22
- 1
-23
-37


S74,062 78,956 94,623 95,948 127,060 + 32 86,117 91,015 87,622 88,622 87,500 1

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

174,583 169,341 169,958 182,409126,000 "3 185,638 176,770 177,100 189,314 130,300 -31
170,172 162,874 172,516 174,728119,000 -32 179,954 169,062 180,095 181,104 123,200 -32
196,038 188,015 201,275 195,451 141,000 -2 206,294 195,430 209,505 202,522 146,000 -28
205,250 204,368 211,884 205,954 161,000 -22 217,330 214,282 221,486 214,190 167,500 -22
243,315 236,812 243,303 230,273 180,000 -22 258,914 250,020 255,779 239,944 188,000 -22
229,053 227,719 227,736 214,325 185,000 -14 243,448 240,992 239,641 223,431192,500 -14
180,685 174,705 173,623 165,996 127,000 -2 190,509 183,605 181,415 172,365 132,000 -23
150,462 139,172 143,428 126,334 106,000 -16 158,575 145,931 150,141 131,639 110,500 -16
125,138 114,429 116,129 96,420 85,500 -11 131,562 120,328 121,746 100,662 89,000 -12
135,355 116,688 122,030 98,030 89,000 9 141,921 121,694 127,179 102,023 92,900 9
137,520 123,815 130,577 101,409 89,000 -12 143,659 128,830 135,899 105,608 92,900 -12
164,638 152,986 169,691 125,357118,000 -6 172,465 159,114 177,203 129,945 122700 6
2,010,924 1,916,686 2,230,269 2,177,189 1,587,500 -20
2,112,209 2,082,150 1,526,500 -20 2,106,058 1,992,747


Dry skim milk for animal feed Dry buttermilk

S 2,582 2,164 1,509 1,890 2,000 + 6 7,906 7,738 8,246 8,297 6,400 -23
S 2,587 1,950 1,336 1,521 1,600 + 5 7,538 6,876 8,195 7,874 6,200 -21
S 2,743 2,153 1,525 1,887 1,900 + 1 8,693 8,070 9,002 8,732 7,400 -15
S 2,817 2,331 2,587 1,996 2,000 0 8,419 8,769 9,185 9,246 8,000 -13
S 3,801 2,330 1,813 2,389 2,000 -16 9,546 9,909 10,229 9,193 8,700 5
S 3,313 2,416 1,957 2,115 2,500 +18 9,038 9,096 9,506 8,943 8#500 5
S 2,357 2,137 1,921 1,993 2,500 +25 6,999 7,185 7,318 7,070 6,500 8
S 1,759 1,524 1,901 2,028 2,400 +18 5,790 5,847 5,977 5,918 6,000 + 1
. 2,201 1,956 1,686 2,392 2,000 -16 4,910 5,290 5,511 5,104 5,500 + 8
S 2,272 1,653 2,404 2,021 2,000 1 5,511 5,963 5,793 5,488 5,700 + 4
S 2,068 1,527 1,496 2,288 1,300 -43 5,729 5,906 5,759 5,407 5,600 + 4
S 1,974 1,482 1,832 2,094 1,600 -24 6,296 6,867 7,314 6,181 6.100 1


30,474 23,623 21,967 24,614 23,800


86,375 87,516 92,035 87,453 80,600


- ~ a


_/ 1962-65 from enumerations, 1966 are revised estimates. Data
included.
2/ Excludes cottage and full skim American.
3 Whole milk cheese including Cheddar, Colby, washed curd, jack
SIncludes part-skim American types.


for Alaska and Hawaii are


L, Monterey, and granular cheese.


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Table 10.-Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported
stocks at end of month, United States, 1962-66 I/


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

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


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 ......
Novflber .....
December.....


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
154,506
123,758
99,822
113,579
165,920
199,004
224,860
235,559
228,200
200,561
162,553
134,755


1,000
pounds
103,169
61,912
40,235
73,610
128,337
205,816
223,395
217,170
245,104
253,361
230,780
192,874


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


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


7,330
5,828
5,722
6,980
7,716
7,916
9,073
8,519
7,337
7,471
7,479
5,924


5,172
5,448
6,573
5,792
8,531
8,351
6,101
6,880
5,998
7,021
7,175
11,578


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



8,162 7,099 6,212 7,615 4,952 120,669 92,588 77,648 114,863 57,903
7,642 6,772 5,901 7,739 6,231 120,336 89,346 81,344 124,009 52,276
6,102 5,159 6,576 6,793 5,883 117,417 83,844 94,019 110,144 46,209
7,073 5,235 7,515 8,830 6,658 122,618 94,695 99,522 117,136 77,576
7,437 5,511 7,138 7,716 9,164 146,228 117,947 124,860 147,287109,257
7,689 6,521 6,362 7,769 8,699 155,878 128,747 120,463 147,989136,474
7,591 6,482 6,165 7,582 8,803 130,472 108,408 116,964 130,636140,356
5,473 5,497 5,876 6,847 8,171 109,278 92,937 108,557 104,839126,460
4,203 4,750 5,998 5,950 7,897 100,030 75,841 87,782 70,436 116,01
4,906 5,040 6,315 4,937 8,432 81,536 58,674 83,077 62,448 114,552
4,552 5,314 6,043 4,347 8,257 79,347 59,857 88,139 57,025 109,749
5,119 5,274 6,968 5,000 6,932 94,256 76,857 104,876 56,021115,920



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


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


4,227
4,396
4,447
5,608
6,725
6,261
5,804
5,009
3,549
2,932
2,155
2,150


1,910
1,538
1,245
1,826
3,194
3,307
3,206
2,858
2,371
2,263
2,418
2,626


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


119,090
128,405
114,591
122,744
154,012
154,250
136,440
109,848
73,985
65,380
59,180
58,171


59,813
53,814
47,454
79,402
112,451
139,781
143,562
129,318
118,382
116,815
112,167
118,546


/ 1966 revised to include data for firms not reporting previously.
2/ Includes packaged goods.


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Continued





Table 10.-Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported
stocks at end of month, United States, 1962-66 1 -- Continued

Dry skim milk for animal feed Dry buttermilk
Month
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
pounds pound pounds pounds pound pounds pound pounds pounds pound
January ... 1,449 737 1,303 1,006 758 9,513 5,796 5,081 6,456 3,013
February .. 1,310 753 1,333 983 707 10,521 6,542 5,944 6,975 3,362
March ..... 1,208 852 1,037 959 712 11,679 6,296 6,780 7,200 3,149
April ..... 1,242 760 1,104 1,094 790 11,055 6,148 7,053 8,139 3,590
May ....... 1,433 830 1,247 1,422 1,099 12,162 6,745 8,986 9,322 4,788
June ...... 1,667 1,277 1,329 1,800 1,172 12,173 7,045 9,841 9,377 5,150
July ...... 1,641 1,462 1,288 1,608 1,252 10,878 6,562 8,519 8,056 5,079
August .... 1,459 1,797 972 1,588 1,158 9,881 4,910 8,111 6,165 4,819
September 1,114 1,666 972 1,148 1,124 7,627 4,348 6,449 4,047 4,999
October ... 922 1,488 786 1,099 1,252 6,259 3,717 5,750 3,172 5,369
November .. 983 1,206 745 885 1,153 5,498 3,694 5,249 3,257 6,521
December .. 903 1,317 918 724 1,008 5,463 4,245 5,800 2,919 8,060

1/ 1966 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, 1965-66

Butter and byproducts 1/ Total cheese

Milk price Average Milkfat price Milk price Average Milkfat price
Month
per cwt. fat test per pound per cwt. fat test per pound
1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966
Dollars Percent Dollars Dollars Percent Dollars
January ... 3.32 3.48 3.69 3.71 0.90 0.94 3.44 3.76 3.79 3.79 0.91 0.99
february .. 3.28 3.54 3.65 3.67 .90 .96 3.37 3.81 3.74 3.71 .90 1.03
March ..... 3.27 3.59 3.63 3.63 .90 .99 3.33 3.89 3.71 3.67 .90 1.06
April ..... 3.26 3.60 3.62 3.61 .90 1.00 3.28 3.74 3.68 3.64 .89 1.03
May ....... 3.26 3.65 3.63 3.61 .90 1.01 3.23 3.69 3.66 3.64 .88 1.01
June ...... 3.24 3.73 3.59 3.57 .90 1.04 3.22 3.81 3.64 3.61 .88 1.06
July ...... 3.25 4.10 3.61 3.58 .90 1.15 3.23 4.04 3.66 3.62 .88 1.12
August .... 3.33 4.25 3.65 3.64 .91 1.17 3.30 4.29 3.70 3.67 .89 1.17
September 3.48 4.43 3.81 3.73 .91 1.19 3.45 4.44 3.82 3.77 .90 1.18
October ... 3.54 4.38 3.84 3.83 .92 1.14 3.59 4.48 3.90 3.88 .92 1.15
November 3.55 4.30 3.80 3.83 .93 1.12 3.70 4.44 3.90 3.92 .95 1.13
December 3.57 4.27 3.76 3.83 .95 1.11 3.78 4.38 3.86 3.89 .98 1.13

American cheese 1/ Swiss cheese
January ... 3.43 3.75 3.80 3.80 .90 .99 3.45 3.75 3.77 3.76 .92 1.00
February .. 3.35 3.79 3.75 3.72 .89 1.02 3.41 3.83 3.73 3.69 .91 1.04
March ...... 3.31 3.87 3.72 3.68 .89 1.05 3.35 3.93 3.67 3.63 .91 1.08
April ..... 3.27 3.71 3.69 3.65 .89 1.02 3.28 3.82 3.62 3.59 .91 1.06
May ....... 3.22 3.68 3.68 3.66 .88 1.01 3.26 3.74 3.58 3.56 .91 1.05
June ...... 3.20 3.81 3.67 3.64 .87 1.05 3.26 3.77 3.51 3.51 .93 1.07
July ...... 3.22 4.05 3.69 3.65 .87 1.11 3.27 3.91 3.51 3.51 .93 1.11
August .... 3.28 4.29 3.74 3.71 .88 1.16 3.34 4.14 3.54 3.54 .94 1.17
September 3.43 4.44 3.86 3.81 .89 1.17 3.50 4.30 3.66 3.62 .96 1.19
October ... 3.57 4.48 3.95 3.93 .90 1.14 3.67 4.37 3.77 3.76 .97 1.16
November 3.68 4.43 3.93 3.95 .94 1.12 3.75 4.35 3.79 3.83 .99 1.14
December .. 3.76 4.37 3.88 3.91 .97 1.12 3.82 4.35 3.80 3.84 1.01 1.13


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued


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Table 11.-Manufacturing grade milk used in selected dairy products: Average prices
paid farmers and average fat tests, United States, by months, 1965-66 -- 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
196 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966 1965 1966


Percent


3.64
3.60
3.58
3.55
3.51
3.46
3.47
3.53
3.66
3.77
3.73
3.71


3.68
3.62
3.59
3.54
3.52
3.50
3.52
3.53
3.63
3.75
3.78
3.75


Dollars
0.91 1.01


.91
.91
.91
.91
.91
.91
.92
.93
.95
.99
1.02


1.04
1.09
1.08
1.07
1.10
1.14
1.21
1.22
1.18
1.15
1.15


Dollars


3.48
3.43
3.40
3.36
3.32
3.29
3.31
3.40
3.54
3.64
3.74
3.83


3.82
3.88
3.95
3.83
3.73
3.84
4.08
4.37
4.54
4.56
4.51
4.44


Percent


3.74
3.70
3.68
3.65
3.63
3.59
3.61
3.66
3.75
3.82
3.84
3.82


3.76
3.69
3.66
3.63
3.61
3.57
3.59
3.63
3.72
3.81
3.86
3.82


Dollars
0.93 1.02
.93 1.05
.92 1.08
.92 1.06
.91 1.03
.92 1.08
.92 1.14
.93 1.20
.94 1.22
.95 1.20
.97 1.17
1.00 1.16


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.....
MWy ......
June......
July......
August....
September.
October...
November..
December..


4.02
3.94
3.87
3.80
3.75
3.76
3.78
3.82
3.98
4.14
4.13
4.11


4.01
3.93
3.81
3.74
3.75
3.71
3.72
3.82
3.96
4.16
4.15
4.11


.95
.97
1.00
.99
.99
1.01

1.09
1.09
1.07
1.o6
1.07


3.38
3.32
3.30
3.27
3.24
3.21
3.21
3.28
3.41
3.53
3.58
3.64


3.61
3.66
3.73
3.67
3.67
3.77
4.03
4.23
4.38
4.42
4.35
4.31


3.75
3.70
3.67
3.65
3.63
3.60
3.62
3.67
3.80
3.89
3.85
3.80


3.75
3.71
3.66
3.63
3.63
3.59
3.60
3.66
3.77
3.88
3.88
3.84


.96
.99
1.02
1.01
1.01
1.05
1.12
1.16
1.16
1.14
1.12
1.12


1/ Revisions for 1965, by States and by months, for butter and byproducts and American cheese, were
published by the Chicago Dairy office in the August 1966 issue "Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and
Cheese Plants" released September 30, 1966. Data for 1966 are preliminary.
SIncludes all types of natural cheese except American.
SRevisions for 1965 by States and by months, for evaporated milk, were published in the August
196 issue of the "Evaporated, Condensed, and Dry Milk Report" released September 30, 1966. Data for
1966 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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Dollars


3.33
3.28
3.25
3.22
3.18
3.15
3.15
3.24
3.40
3.59
3.70
3.77


3.72
3.78
3.93
3.81
3.76
3.85
4.01
4.28
4.42
4.44
4.36
4.33


All other miscellaneous cheese Total miscellaneous types of cheese/

3.43 3.81 3.87 3.84 .89 .99 3.45 3.79 3.76 3.77 .92 1.01
3.39 3.83 3.81 3.76 .89 1.02 3.40 3.85 3.72 3.70 .91 1.04
3.34 3.86 3.78 3.70 .88 1.04 3.36 3.92 3.69 3.65 .91 1.07
3.28 3.76 3.72 3.65 .88 1.03 3.31 3.81 3.64 3.61 .91 1.06
3.24 3.68 3.68 3.62 .88 1.02 3.27 3.73 3.61 3.59 .91 1.04
3.22 3.78 3.65 3.61 .88 1.05 3.26 3.81 3.56 3.55 .92 1.07
3.22 4.01 3.66 3.62 .88 1.11 3.27 4.01 3.57 3.56 .92 1.13
3.33 4.31 3.69 3.68 .90 1.17 3.35 4.28 3.61 3.60 .93 1.19
3.43 4.44 3.81 3.78 .90 1.17 3.49 4.44 3.73 3.69 .94 1.20
3.55 4.48 3.88 3.86 .91 1.16 3.62 4.48 3.81 3.80 .95 1.18
3.66 4.46 3.92 3.92 .93 1.14 3.72 4.45 3.84 3.86 .97 1.15
3.74 4.42 3.90 3.91 .96 1.13 3.80 4.41 3.82 3.84 .99 1.15

Evaporated milk I/ All manufacturing grade milk


3.57
3.50
3.42
3.33
3.26
3.24
3.25
3.28
3.43
3.61
3.68
3.78


3.80
3.80
3.80
3.71
3.71
3.75
3.96
4.15
4.31
4.45
4.41
4.40






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, 1962-66 I/


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


1962


Percent


3.46
3.39
3.27
3.11
3.06
3.05
3.08
3.10
3.2.1
3.29
3.32
3.31


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


3.28
3.24
3.19
3.14
3.12
3.10
3.12
3.17
3.27
3.35
3.38
3.39


3.81
3.75
3.68
3.63
3.63
3.60
3.63
3.70
3.80
3.85
3.85
3.84


3.33
3.27
3.23
3.18
3.15
3.12
3.14
3.20
3.35
3.45
3-49
3.46


3.76
3.68
3.65
3.64
3.62
3.59
3.61
3.66
3.79
3.85
3.84
3.81


1965 2/


3.38
3.32
3.30
3.27
3.24
3.21
3.21
3.28
3.41
3.53
3.58
3.64


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.
3/ Preliminary.


Table 13.-Evaporated whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per case of 48 14-oz.
cans in carlots, by months, United States, 1962-66, and geographic divisions, 1966 I/

(Dollars)

1966 by division
Month 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
New Mid. So. E. No. W. No. So. No. So.
Eng. Atl. Atl. Cent. Cent. Cent. West West


January .. 6.29 6.03 6.00 6.09 6.14 6.11 6.00 6.06 6.06 6.23 6.24 6.56 6.22
February 6.29 6.03 5.98 6.09 6.33 6.38 6.19 6.26 6.29 6.31 6.48 6.66 6.37
March .... 6.28 6.02 5.98 6.09 6.46 6.53 6.31 6.38 6.45 6.51 6.55 6.70 6.46
April .... 6.16 6.03 5.96 6.09 6.55 6.62 6.45 6.53 6.51 6.58 6.61 6.75 6.51
May ...... 6.07 6.03 5.94 6.07 6.63 6.72 6.54 6.63 6.60 6.64 6.69 6.82 6.57
June ..... 6.03 6.02 5.93 6.07 6.64 6.74 6.55 6.64 6.61 6.64 6.70 6.82 6.61
July ..... 6.02 6.00 5.93 6.07 6.78 6.89 6.68 6.75 6.72 6.76 6.82 7.06 6.76
August ... 6.03 6.00 5.93 6.08 6.93 7.04 6.85 6.94 6.86 6.89 6.96 7.20 6.86
September 6.05 6.00 6.00 6.11 7.07 7.15 6.99 7.08 6.99 7.02 7.12 7.23 7.10
October .. 6.05 6.00 6.08 6.13 7.06 7.11 7.00 7.08 6.96 7.02 7.12 7.18 7.10
November 6.05 5.99 6.09 6.11 7.07 7.18 6.99 7.08 6.94 7.02 7.12 7.29 7.10
December 6.05 6.00 6.09 6.12 7.06 7.18 6.98 7.08 6.93 7.01 7.12 7.29 7.04

St. Av. .. 6.11 6.01 5.99 6.09 6.73 6.80 6.63 6.71 6.66 6.72 6.79 6.96 6.72

I/ 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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Percent


3.75
3.70
3.67
3.65
3.63
3.60
3.62
3.67
3.80
3.89
3.85
3.80


3.61
3.66
3.73
3.67
3.67
3.77
4.03
4.23
4.38
4.42
4.35
4.31


3.75
3.71
3.66
3.63
3.63
3.59
3.60
3.66
3.77
3.88
3.88
3.84






Table 14.-Dry whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound,
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1962-66 /
(Cents)
Packages over 5-lbs.(including barrels & drums) Total dry whole milk 2
Month
____Moh 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
January....... 31.45 29.60 31.59 30.61 32.90 35-94 32.76 34.59 33.15 36.79
February...... 30.93 30.01 31.17 30.14 33.41 34.61 36.41 34.17 32.21 35.69
March............ 30.58 29.44 31.12 30.24 34.19 36.71 37.04 34.56 34.27 35.99
April......... 29.91 30.83 30.16 27.96 35.64 34.54 36.26 33.41 30.85 38.38
May............ 29.46 30.68 29.89 31.16 34.53 34.61 35.60 33.40 33.91 36.64
June.......... 29.10 30.65 29.86 31.05 35.92 36.36 36.18 32.33 33.32 37.05
July.......... 29.01 30.14 29.93 31.19 37.71 33.37 35.36 32.95 34.02 42.49
August ........ 29.47 31.10 30.41 32.23 39.20 35.76 39.16 34.27 34.61 42.56
September..... 29.25 29.92 31.91 32.25 41.10 34.66 37.77 35.61 34.53 45.04
October....... 28.79 31.70 30.35 32.20 41.46 31.93 35.98 33.16 35.08 43.21
November....... 29.43 33.25 30.79 32.86 40.68 34.31 35.98 33.59 35.88 42.18
December....... 29.73 31.08 30.54 32.54 40.12 34.27 34.52 33.98 36.19 42.76

St. av. ...... 29.76 30.70 30.64 31.20 37.24 34.76 36.08 33.84 34.00 39.90

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


Table 15.-Nonfat dry milk: Manufacturers' average selling pice per pound,
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1962-66 1/
(Cents)
Spray process for human food Roller process for human food
Month 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


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. ......


16.30
16.22
16.20
14.85
14.42
14.30
14.29
14.24
14.40
14.39
14.44
14.49


14.88


14.48
14.38
14.42
14.49
14.45
14.42
14.46
14.47
14.40
14.44
14.43
, 14.62


14.61
14.65
14.62
14.67
14.66
14.62
14.33
14.65
14.79
14.77
14.63
14.58


14.54
14.60
14.45
14.51
14.54
14.55
14.57
14.72
14.76
14.86
14.95
15.00


14.46 14.63 14.67


15.13
15.23

16.88
17.25
17.43
19.51
20.26
20.65
19.96
20.40
20.07


18.20


14.12
14.09
13.78
12.54
12.27
12.22
12.46
12.69
12.88
13.16
13.54
13.62


13.11


13.62
13.73
13.82
12.56
13.89
13.75
13.87
13.91
13.98
14.12
14.22
14.28


14.33
14.32
14.18
14.01
13.93
14.01
14.13
14.16
14.30
14.37
14.38
14.40


14.36
14.17
14.09
14.13
14.19
14.15
14.23
14.30
14.39
14.65
14.76
14.96


15.01
15.07
15.71
16.67
16.97
17.28
19.56
19.99
20.24
20.10
20.26
19.88


13.81 14.21 14.36 18.06


Total for human food Dry skim for animal feed


16.19
16.10
16.12
14.74
14.31
14.20
14.20
14.15
14.31
14.33
14.40
14.45


14.44
14.36
14.40
14.42
14.43
14.39
14.43
14.45
14.39
14.43
14.42
14.61


14.60
14.64
14.61
14.65
14.63
14.60
14.32
14.64
14.77
14.75
14.62
14.57


14.54
14.59
14.44
14.50
14.53
14.54
14.56
14.71
14.75
14.85
)4.94
15.00


15.13
15.23
15.57
16.87
17.24
17.43
19.51
20.25
20.64
19.96
20.40
20.07


14.79 14.43 14.62 14.66 18.19


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11.57 11.23 9.89 11.84 12.51
11.44 10.45 10.10 11.18 11.66
11.24 11.01 9.93 11.06 13.37
10.78 10.63 9.71 11.46 13.42
10.47 10.76 10.34 11.57 13.67
10.26 10.52 10.16 11.14 14.06
10.28 11.08 10.12 11.36 15.36
10.32 10.47 10.33 11.93 16.54
10.99 10.28 11.36 12.37 15.92
10.79 10.33 11.27 11.76 15.93
11.30 10.22 10.83 12.40 15.14
-11.13 10.10 11.30 12.58 16.04
10.88 10.59 10.44 11.72 14.47


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.


-----t I-


15-00 20-07


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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 1962-66 I/

(Cents)

Spray process Roller process
Month
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

January .... 16.15 14.15 14.32 14.23 14.54 14.37 13.68 14.27 2/ 2
February ... 16.17 14.17 14.26 14.27 14.59 14.23 13.73 14.22
March ...... 16.05 14.19 14.25 14.25 14.81 14.07 13.95
April ...... 15.04 14.14 14.19 14.22 16.02 13.21 13.80 "
May ........ 14.22 14.12 14.22 14.28 16.70 12.84 13.77
June ....... 14.13 14.18 14.24 14.21 16.81 12.53 13.90
July ....... 14.16 14.15 14.23 14.24 18.83 12.58 13.91
August ..... 14.14 14.18 14.30 14.31 19.63 12.40 13.96
September .. 14.05 14.24 14.30 14.21 19.73 12.75 14.11
October .... 14.14 14.25 14.29 14.31 19.64 12.73 14.12
November ... 14.16 14.24 14.23 14.42 19.74 13.36 14.27
December ... 14.15 14.24 14.20 14.31 19.58 13.57 14.31 "
1/ 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, 1962-66 1/

(Cents)

Human food Animal feed
M o n t h 6 1 1_19 6_16 2_1_ _96 3 1_16 4_ _19 5_ _19 6
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


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 ....


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


14.32
14.30
14.31
14.31
14.19
14.23
14.28
14.26
14.46
14.53
14.82
14.73


15.00
15.21
15.89
17.01
17.53
18.37
20.30
20.87
20.34
20.99
20.73
20.26


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
10.08
10.18
10.00
10.21
10.27
10.26
10.48
10.30


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


12.55
12.12
12.22
11.90
12.31
11.97
11.96
12.10
12.74
12.05
12.73
12.75


13.12
13.16
13.65
14.36
14.47
14.71
16.43
16.41
16.65
16.80
16.66
16.81


13.11 13.25 14.10 14.40 18.54 10.32 10.36 10.98 12.28 15.27

Total human food and animal feed

14.28 12.47 13.54 14.o4 14.81
13.87 12.42 13.36 14.06 14.97
13.70 12.66 13.52 14.06 15.65
12.20 12.64 13.40 14.11 16.67
12.02 12.35 13.26 14.01 17.14
11.79 12.72 13.58 13.95 17.96
12.03 12.60 13.54 14.08 19.91
12.08 12.81 13.44 13.94 20.45
12.12 12.92 13.94 14.28 19.93
12.32 13.11 14.04 14.24 20.37
12.47 13.17 13.92 14.52 20.14
12.41 13.34 14.06 14.56 19.85

12.61 12.77 13.63 14.15 18.15


V/ 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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COLD STORAGE HOLDINGS
Table 18.-End-of-month cold storage holdings, dairy products, United States, 1962-66 I/

Creamery butter American cheese
Month
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
1963. .. ... ..._ __.. ... ..


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



January.......
February ......
March.........
April.........
May...........
June..........

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
187,103
191,146
191,132
195,682
203,518
234,892
243,666
221,211
180,945
145,204
95,300
66,499


10,793
9,961
9,404
10,252
10,706
10,817
11,866
12,390
11,048
9,788
9,559
8,805


1,000
pounds
63,126
71,003
98,920
132,148
165,771
207,891
219,519
192,453
161,060
124,795
83,011
52,096


9,700
9,549
8,870
8,974
10,058
9,422
11,009
10,566
9,851
8,222
7,197
6,720


1,000
pounds
33,716
26,617
25,545
34,343
53,202
85,753
92,212
85,874
68,428
58,143
39,034
32,298


7,095
8,118
8,330
lo,4o4
13,666
11,983
12,237
13,761
13,991
15,026
14,608
12,405


1,000
pounds
405,945
382,751
367,823
390,829
416,216
454,493
483,820
481,846
457,107
421,394
398,632
384,246


1,000
pounds
358,505
325,391
309,303
317,211
343,516
373,915
394,784
390,596
363,863
336,897
323,684
301,631


1,000
pounds
279,184
263,640
264,035
283,963
309,693
339,213
353,146
338,641
318,580
302,464
292,816
283,647


1,000
pounds
271,354
259,708
252,314
271,561
299,342
333,187
354,722
364,251
340,579
310,470
297,196
270,988


1,000
pounds
267,948
244,260
235,378
258,932
282,437
321,116
340,937
349,440
347,081
335,516
325,375
322,248


Other varieties of cheese


34,690
34,002
33,638
34,834
29,327
30,066
29,236
26,490
24,350
23,267
31,151
30,193


29,094
26,910
26,098
29,265
32,325
32,541
34,390
33,208
31,756
29,561
28,315
28,800


28,107
27,965
28,304
28,895
31,777
31,750
33,608
35,095
33,858
32,857
32,798
33,500


30,761 31,078
29,544 31,188
31,200 31,972
30,384 33,535
32,664 33,894
36,080 36,555
36,264 38,103
40,135 39,332
36,209 37,294
33,188 38,261
30,952 38,318
30,854 38,015


Evaporated and condensed milk Condensed milk
(case goods) (sweetened and unsweetened)bulk

13,584 4,945 3,244 9,483 8,809 530 1,527 934 1,213 555
8,704 2,999 774 6,667 4,308 668 1,434 670 1,043 410
1,793 1,421 590 4,541 1,257 1,212 767 832 949 563
1,598 1,810 281 4,085 632 1,430 693 1,034 1,003 636
2,827 2,457 1,095 5,298 2,822 2,493 859 1,192 1,228 738
6,186 5,524 6,750 12,103 11,257 3,067 2,564 980 1,189- 1,284
8,584 11,119 9,607 15,581 21,425 2,872 2,672 1,177 1,185 1,974
14,221 13,529 11,004 16,401 23,051 2,398 2,140 1,111 937 2,048
13,757 10,808 10,920 15,098 24,858 1,910 1,588 1,074 849 1,310
12,597 9,683 11,323 13,290 24,795 1,489 1,407 840 716 1,250
7,878 6,208 10,550 13,131 24,047 1,473 847 753 603 995
6,797 5,820 12,041 7,546 21,621 1,268 937 1,246 631 1,064

Fluid cream Plastic cream


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


4,792
4,601
5,224
9,314
12,824
15,345
13,927
10,008
7,870
6,979
6,064
5,071


4,470
5,424
7,267
10,010
13,696
16,531
16,520
15,381
14,129
13,135
10,277
8,956


1,071
882
597
336
820
1,436
2,168
1,607
1,308
855
523
377


482
607
551
637
1,083
1,726
1,775
831
695
444
229
239


319
571
597
1,185
1,638
2,214
1,938
1,679
1,061
955
945
1,281


1,167
1,245
1,441
1,415
2,351
3,035
2,992
2,335
1,899
1,472
1,282
1,318


1,276
2,222
1,893
2,176
3,122
3,011
2,713
2,472
2,211
2,033
1,973
1.889


j Excludes Alaska and Hawaii.

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1,000
pounds
239,033
259,950
303,061
345,419
386,891
429,407
468,988
456,383
423,494
384,200
344,750
318,663


1,000
pounds
310,903
328,255
345,465
356,749
376,982
401,356
392,557
366,984
328,676
284,474
241,316
206,963


Swiss cheese


16,156
16,045
15,723
15,291
14,518
12,416
13,511
12,138
11,631
10,210
9,004
7,640


8,288
7,740
7,990
8,314
8,411
9,540
10,735
11,398
12,299
11,725
11,346
10,270


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


J'


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


By months, U. S. 1962-66, regions 1966
United States Regions, 1966 2
Month East West East "est
n 1962 1963 196 1965 1 New Mid. North North Sth South South Moun- pacific
S___ Eng. Atl. Cent. Cent. Atl. Cent. Cent. tain
Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol. lDo. Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol.
January.. 5T3 3.8 53E8 5.47 5.5 6.39 6.10 4.75 4.71 6.04 5.63 5.81 5.58 5.34
February. 5.48 5.36 5.42 5.43 5.5 6.39 6.09 4.85 4.71 6.06 5.63 5.83 5.58 5.34
March.... 5.41 5.28 5.35 5.30 5.5 6.39 6.00 4.89 4.75 6.05 5.68 5.91 5.68 5.34
April.... 5.21 5.12 5.18 5.18 5.5 6.17 5.97 4.97 4.87 6.05 5.72 5.93 5.76 5.35
ay...... 5.08 5.04 5.08 5.10 5.5 573 53 .3 4.98 4.87 6.07 5.71 5.90 5.76 5.37
June..... 5.08 5.05 5.08 5.11 5.5 5-73 5.75 4.98 4.87 6.07 5.74 5.91 5.76 5.37
July..... 5.25 5.22 5.26 5.28 5.7 6.36 6.08 5.12 5.17 6.40 5.87 6.36 6.03 5.39
August... 5.37 5.34 5.35 5.41 5.99 6.39 6.28 5.54 5.32 6.49 6.03 6.45 6.11 5.61
September 5.44 5.41 5.42 5.49 6.1 6.83 6.47 5.63 5.52 6.54 6.13 6.60 6.28 5.62
October.. 5.49 5.49 5.49 5.54 6.24 7.05 6.64 5.68 5.58 6.66 6.26 6.75 6.38 5.64
November. 5.50 5.51 5.53 5.58 6.23 7.05 6.70 5.65 5.49 6.62 6.24 6.70 6.30 5.63
December. 5.47 5.52 5.52 5.56 6.19 7.05 6.58 5.63 5.37 6.65 6.23 6.68 6.30 5.62

Average 5.35 5.31 5.35 5.39 5.82 6.46 6.20 5.22 5.10 6.31 5.90 6.24 5.96 5.47

Annual average by regions, 1962-1966
New Middle East West South East iest
Year ngland ANorth North Atlantic South South Mountain Pacific U. S.
Year Eglad Atlantic central Central Central central
Dol. Dol. ol. ol. ol. ol. Do Do Do Do. Dol. Dol. Dol.
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
1964..... 6.02 5.82 4.52 4.33 5.91 5.43 5.55 5.33 5.32 5.35
1965 ... 5.95 5.83 4.58 4.39 5.94 5.49 5.54 5.37 5.34 5.39
1966...- 6.46 6.20 5.22 5.10 6.31 5.90 6.a4 5.96 5.47 5.82

1/ Effective prices paid by dealers for ilk used for fluid purposes packaged or bottled products.
Ie classified alartts, this use is usually called Class I. Prices paid for milk eligible for
fluid nse but in excess of Class I needs are t reflected in the averages. Effective prices in
PWeeral and State order markets nl ~de agotiated premium above mnimu prices. A flat price, a
price for all uses, is paid in a fewr uelassified arhets.
/ Prelimainry.
Table 20.-Prevailing prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities
Average by months, 1962-66
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Av.
Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct.
Per half-gallan sold out of stores

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 45.2 45.6 45.9 46.1 46.1 46.2 46.4 45.8
1964.., 46.2 46.5 46.3 46.0 45.8 45.8 46.o 46.1 46.4 46.7 46.5 46.5 46.2
1965.... 46.2 46.2 46.3 46.0 45.5 45.4 45.4 46.5 46.6 46.8 46.9 47.1 46.2
1966.... 47.2 47.4 47.7 48.2 48.5 48.4 49.3 50.9 5L.O 51.5 51.2 51.0 49.4

Per siag3l quart delivered to homs
1962.... 26.8 26.8 26.8 26.7 26.6 26.7 26.8 26.9 2T.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 27.3 27.4 27.4 27.1
1964.... 27.5 27.5 27.5 27.4 27.3 27.4 27.5 27.7 27.8 27.9 28.0 28.0 27.6
1965.... 28.0 28.1 28.0 27.9 27.8 27.8 28.0 28.2 28.3 28.3 28.4 28.5 28.1
1966.... 28.6 28.6 28.8 28.9 29.1 29.1 29.6 30.2 30.6 30.9 30.9 30.9 29-T


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Table 20.--Prevailing prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities /--Continued
Per half-gallon sold out of stores
Annual averages b city, 1962-66
City 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 City 1962 1963 1961 1965 1966
Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct.
Boston, Mass. .... 43.6 44.2 45.0 45.0 47.7 Washington, D. C. 45.6 46.2 48.0 49.0 52.6
Hartford, Conn... 45.5 47.1 47.4 48.1 50.1 Jacksonville, Fla. 56.2 56.0 57.1 58.0 60.8
N.Y. Metropolitan 2/ 53.2 50.6 47.3 48.3 50.7 Louisville, Ky... 43.6 44.0 44.8 45.4 49.3
Philadelphia, Pa. 47.0 47.0 49.3 50.5 53.8 New Orleans, La.. 45.5 50.4 52.2 53.0 54.8
Fittsburgh, Pa. .. 49.5 49.3 49.0 48.5 50.7 Dallas, Texas..... 43.7 44.5 46.4 47.2 54.0
Cleveland, Ohio... 41.2 39.7 38.3 37.7 43.2 Denver, Colo. .... 42.8 46.1 48.9 43.0 48.4
Indianapolis, Ind. 40.2 40.0 39.9 38.5 41.8 Salt Lake City,Uta1 49.0 49.0 49.0 49.0 51.7
Chicago, ll. .... 46.3 47.0 47.0 47.0 50.2 Seattle, Wash ... 48.4 47.2 47.3 47.5 48.8
Detroit, Mich. 40.4 38.0 37.3 35.9 41.6 Portland, Ore. ... 8.2 49.5 50.4 50.0 54.4
Milwaukee, his... 39.6 39.1 39.1 39.6 43.3 Los Angees, OaL. 46.0 47.0 47.0 47.0 47.9
Minneapolis, Minn. 35.0 34.3 35.0 35.4 39.6 San Fracisco, al. 49.5 50.0 50.0 48.3 48.6
Kansas City, Mo.. 41.8 39.8 41.2 43.7 45.4
Omaha, Nebr. ..... 47.0 47.0 47.0 47.0 47.4 56 45.8 62 46.2 49.4
Baltiore, Mo. ... 51.0 50.3 51.7 53.2 57.2 erage........... 5.6 5. .2 .2 9.


Price in each city by months. 1966
City Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Av.
Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct.
Boston, Mass. .... 47 47 47 46-r 7 44- 44-7% 47-V9 47-59 49-51 49 50 49)50o 49,5 w77
nartford, Conn... h 4-5 8-54 48-54 48-54 45-54 45-49 48-52 48 50 51 51 51 50.1
N. ?. Metro. 2.' 2-55 43-55 44-55 43-54 44-52 45-54 46-55 6-58 47-59 47-60 47-60 46-59 50.7
Philadelphia, Pa. 51 53 53 53 53 53 54 55 55 55 55 55 53.8
Pittsburgh, Pa. 4.. 48 44 38 4 49 4 5 52 2 5 521 50.7
Cleveland, Ohio.. -L 39-.3 3 .4L 139-44 337 31.9.4 48 1 -49 39 19 43.2
Chicago, Ill..... 47 49 49 49 49 49 49 51 51 53 53 53 50.2
etroit, Mich .. 5-39 35-39 35-39 3942 39-42 39-42 39--42 44-46 44-46 444-46 4446 44 6 41.6
wa-waui~ee, ^is. 1: 39,- 42, 4 3 4-43 41-3 411-43 43 5 43*45 47 441-47 44_47 43.3
Minneapolis, Minn. 36f 36; 36 34040 4 3 39 39.6
Kansas City, Mo. 4-47 44-47 44-47 44 7 4-47 44-47 44-49 44-47 39-47 43-49 43-49 43-47 45.4
Omaha, Nebr..... 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 50 48 39-48 39-48 47.4
Baltimore, d. ... 55 55 55 57 57 57 57 57-59 59 59 59 59 57.2
iashington, D. C. 4' 14 51 51 51 51 53-55 55 55 55 55 55 52.6
Jacksonville, Fla. 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 65 63-65 65 65 65 60.8
Louisville, Ky. .. 47-4 47 47 47 48-49 48-49 50-51 50-51 50-51 51-52 51-52 51-52 49.3
New Orleans, La.. 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 56 59 59 59 54.8
Dallas, Texas..... 50-51 50-51 50-51 50-53 50-53 50-53 50-55 57-59 57-59 57-59 57-59 57-59 54.0
Denver, Colo. .... 45-6 45-47 45-47 48-49 48-49 48-49 52-53 48-53 48-49 48-49 48-50 48-50 48.4
Salt Lake City, Ut 49 49 51 51 51 51 53 53 53 53 53 53 51.7
Seattle, has. ... 44-51 445-51 44-514-51 4-55 44-55 44-55 44-55 44-55 44-55 44-55 44-55 48.8
Portland, (re. ... 4-51 49-51 4-51 49-51 55 53-55 55 59 59 56-5 5 575657 54.4
Los Angeles, Ca:. 47 47 1 47 47t; 47 47 471 48- 88 4 47.9
an Fran., Ca. 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 4 9 4 4 4 48.6
Average........... 7.42 47.4 47.7 482 48.5 4&4 19.3 50. 51.0 51.5 51.2 51.0 49.4


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued


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Table 20.--Prevailing prices of the most common grade of whole milk in 25 cities I/ --Continued

Per single quart delivered to homes
Annual avera es city. 1962-1966
City 1962 1963 1964i 1965 1966 City 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966
Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct.
Boston, Mass. ..... 28.8 29.3 30.0 30.0 31.4 Washington, D. C.. 29.2 30.2 31.0 31.5 32.9
Hartford, Conn. .. 29.4 31.0 31.6 32.6 34.5 Jacksonville, Fla. 29.0 29.0 30.3 30.6 31.9
N.Y. Metropolitan/ 28.5 28.1 27.6 26.9 27.9 Louisville, Ky ... 26.0 26.0 26.9 27.0 28.4
Philadelphia, Pa. 28.5 26.5 30.6 31.4 32.3 New Orleans, La... 26.0 27.5 26.2 29.0 29.9
Pittsburgh, Pa. ... 27.7 27.7 27.8 28.0 28.9 Dallas, Texas...... 26.0 26.0 26.6 28.6 29.4
Cleveland, Ohio.... 24.5 24.6 25.0 25.6 28.1 Denver, Colo ..... 26.0 25.3 27.0 27.1 28.8
Indianapolis, Ind. 25.0 25.0 25.2 26.1 29.6 Salt Lake City,Utah 25.5 25.1 25.0 25.0 26.3
Chicago, Ill. ..... 31.2 31.5 31.6 31.8 32.5 Seattle, Wash .... 26.2 26.5 26.9 27.2 28.6
Detroit, Mich. .... 25.8 26.0 26.0 26.5 28.6 Portland, Ore. ... 26.8 27.5 27.9 28.5 30.1
Milwaukee, Wis. ... 25.0 25.9 27.0 27.2 28.6 Los Angeles, Cal. 27.0 27.5 27.5 28.4 29.2
Minneapolis, Minn. 23.1 23.1 23.5 25.1 28.5 San Francisco,Cal.Z/ 27.2 27.5 27.5 27.1 27.6
Kansas City, Mo. .. 25.4 24.1 25.3 26.7 29.0
Omaha, Nebr. ....... 24.0 24.0 24.0 24.0 25.7 26.9 27.1 r.6 28.1 29.7
Baltimore, Md .... 29.5 29.5 30.3 31.1 33.1 Average ....... 27 26 2.1 29.7


Price in each city by months, 1966
City Jan. Feb. MI ar. Apr. Wy June July I Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. v.
Ct. C. Ct Ct. Ct Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct. Ct Ct. C Ct. .t.
Boston, Mass. ...... 30-3l 30F31 29-30 31-31 -32-32 3233 31.4
304-31 30o-314 29-30 31-31 32-33 32-33
Hartford, Conn. .... 33-34 33-34 32-34 330-36 32-37 35-38 34.5
33-34 33-34 32-34 33 -36 35-38 35-38
N.I. Metropolitan 2 25-29 25-29 25-28 27-29 27-31 274-31 27.9
25-29 25-28 26-26 27-31 27-231 23-30
Philadelphia, Pa. .. 30-33 25-29 30-33 304-333 31-354 31-35 32.3
30-33 30-33 30-33 3-31 314-354 314-35
Pittsburgh, Pa. .... 26 28 26 28 28 26 30 30 30 30 26.9
Cleveland, Ohio..... 26-27 26-27 27-26 27-26 29-30 2-30 26.1
26-27 27-28 27-28 29-30 29-30 29-30
Indianapolis, Ind. 27 27 29 29 29 29 29 29-3129-31 32 32 32 29.6
Chicago, ..... 9-3 30-31 30-3 30-304 30o-35 31-35
30-344 30-34 30-34 30j-35 31-35 31-35 32.5
Detroit, Mich. ..... 27 27 27 26 28 28 28 30 30 30 30 30 28.6
Milwankee, Wis. .... 27-28 27-28 26 28 28 28 28 29 29 30 30 30 26.6
Minneapolis, Min.. 27 26-27 27 27 29 29 29 29 30 30 29 29 28.5
Kanas City, No. ... 28-29 28-29 28-29 28-30 28-30 29-31
28-29 28-29 26-29 28-30 29-31 29-31 29.0
Omaha, Nebr. ........ 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 27 27 27 27 25.7
Baltimore, Md. ..... 32 32 32 33 33 33 33 33-34 34 34 34 34 33.1
Washington, D. C. .. 31-32 31-33 31-33 33-35 33-35 33-35
31-32 31-33 31-33 33-35 33-35 33-35 32.9
Jacksonville, Fla. 31 31 31 31 30-31 30-31 30-31 33-34 33-34 33-34 33-34 33-34 31.9
Louisville, Ky. .... 27 27 27 27 26 2 29 29 29 30 30 30 26.4
New Orleans, La. ... 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 31 32 32 32 29.9
Dallas, Texas....... 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 30 29.4
Denver, Colo. ..... 27 27 27 28 28 26 30 30 30 30 30 30 28.8
Salt Lake City, Utah 25 25 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 26.3
Seattle, Wash. ..... 26-268 26-264 28-303 2- -30 -3 28-304
26-286 26-26 2-30 -3 28-304 26.6
Portland, Ore. ..... 2 28 286 281 30 30 30 3 3 31A 31 30.1
Los Angeles, Cal... 29 29 29 29 29 29 29.2
San Fran., Cal. 3/ 27 27 27 27 2 27 27 j .6
Average............. 28.6 28.6 28.8 28.9 29.1 29.1 29.6 30.2 30.6 30.9 30.9 30.9 29.7
/ Prices are the latest reported during the first 10 days of each month. Grades my differ by market.
2/ ew York Metropolitan-Bev York City plus Nsaau, Suffolk and Westchester counties all in the State of
Ner York. 3/ 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 assmnd that snder every-other-day delivery, the charge represents a two-quart
purchase. 26 -






Table21 .--Whole milk and skim milk products: Average daily sales and test in
certain State and Federal Order marketing areas. 1965-1966 1/
Whole milk Skim milk products
Marketing area-F 1965 1966 1965 I 1966
M'fat Quantt fat fQua y at
Quantity test Quantity test Quantity test Quantity test


NEW GLANDD:
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. -Del3/
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas............
Three Indiana areas.......
Suburban St. Louis, Ill..
Three Michigan areas......
Three Wisconsin areas.....
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas.......
Five Iowa areas...........
Three Missouri areas......
Two South Dakota areas....
Nebraska-Western Iowa.....
Two Kansas areas..........
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md.
Washington, D. C. ........
Four West Virginia areas..
North Carolina-S..........
South Carolina-S..........
Southeastern Florida......
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas
Four Tennessee areasg/...
Mississippi-FS .........
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas..........
Two Louisiana areas.......
Okla. Met. & Red River Val.
Seven Texas areas.........
MOUNTAIN:
Eastern Colorado..........
Rio Grande,N.Mex.-Tex. -Co.
Central Arizona...........
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada..
PACIFIC:
Two'Washington areas......
California-S..............
Total 75 areas
(66 Federal 9 State) 3/

See footnotes on next page.


1,000
pounds
5,042
2,322

11,232
1,012
475
5,238
2,321

6,621
2,879
465
6,159
2,347

1,328
1,392
2,805
288
896
639

1,310
1,746
1,617
2,157
1,139
1,096

1,643
1,723
942

423
966
1,248
3,478

1,072
812
886
553
1.324
12,520

90,117


Pet.
3.64
3.55


3.64
3.58

3.56

3.52
3.45
3.36
3.52
3.49

3.49
3.54
3-35
3.35

3.39
3.35

3.58
3.56
3.54
.3-
3.76

3.53
3.60
3.83

3.54
3.86
3.53
3.43

3.38
3.53
3.51
3.46
3.54
3.59

3.54


1,000
pounds
5,005
2,344

10,925
1,000
479
5,227
2,291

6,509
2,829
494
6,215
2,313

1,275
1,381
2,778
272
868
643

1,316
1,807
1,640
2,249
1,205
1,109

1,660
1,753
955
442
9%7
1,233
3,272

1,067
858
870
530
1.380
12,754


Pct.
3.63
3.54


3.61
3.58

3.54

3.52
3.44
3.30
3.52
3.48

3.47
3.54
3.35
3.36
3.38
3.35

3.57
3.56
3.53

3-T5
3.75
3.49
3.60
3.80
3.53
3.85
3.52
3.43

3.36
3.51
3.50
3.47
3.52
3.57


89,934 3.53


1,000
pounds
252.7
124.7


53.8
51.1
375.0
163.0

738.6
528.5
83.8
545.7
497.9

398.1
336.7
557.3
81.8
188.8
97.7

86.4
119.7
136.5
434.3
185.9
146.7

242.9
270.3
129.4
62.9
107.8
126.5
444.6

200.3
67.6
131.7
194.0
407.2
2,023.4


Pct.
.69
.75

.47
.35
TT
.77

1.46
1.73
1.92
82
1.53

1.24
1.47
1.77
1.51
1.45
1.52

1.25
.56
1.03


.94

1.40.
.79
1.18
1.52
1.53
1.51
1.54

1.39
1.66
1.49
1.87
1.65


1,000
pounds
269.8
136.7

60.5
53.0
426.9
163.5

815.0
631.4
100.2
612.9
557.3

469.9
374.5
620.2
94.3
208.0
108.0

94.0
143.6
156.3
456.8
192.3
156.3
264.7
289.8
135.1
64.0
115.8
144.4
652.7

212.5
69.2
154.7
211.2
451.2
2,164.5


10,593.0 1.35 11,831.4


Continued


- 27 -


Pet.
.73
.85


.58
.36

.82

1.51
1.79
1.90
.92
1.59

1.33
1.49
1.78
1.60
1.51
1.54

1.31
.80
1.12


.91
1.44
.87
1.22
1.43
1.62
1.62
1.75

1.43
1.67
1.45
1.86
1.71


1.42





Table 21.--Whole milk and skim milk products: Average daily sales and test in
certain State and Federal Order marketing areas, 1965-1966 1/ --Continued
Whole milk and skim milk 1966 as percent of 1965
products combined Skim hole milk and
Marketing area-F Skim Whole milk and
Marketing area- 1965 1966 Whole milk milk skim milk pro-
Quantity tesat Quantity e Mf products ducts combined
I test Ites t


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. 4/
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas..............
Three Indiana areas.........
Suburban St. Louis, Ill. ...
Three Michigan areas........
Three Wisconsin areas.......
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas.........
Five Iowa areas.............
Three Missouri areas.........
Two South Dakota areas......
Nebraska-Western Iowa.......
Two Kansas areas............
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md ..
Washington, D. C ..........
Four West Virginia areas....
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..
Seven Texas areas...........
MOUNTAIN:
Eastern Colorado ..........
Rio Grande,N.Mex.-Tex.-Colo.
Central Arizona.............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada....
PACIFIC:
Two Washington areas ........
California-S .................
Total 74 areas / / ...
(65 Federal 9 State)


1,000
pounds
5,294.8
2,446.5


1,066.0
525.6
5,613.2
2,484.0

7,359.9
3,408.0
548.4
6,704.9
2,845.1

1,726.2
1,728.2
3,362.3
370.1
1,084.8
736.8

1,396.7
1,865.8
1,753.0
2,591.0
1,324.7
1,242.8

1,885.7
1,993.7
1,071.7

486.2
1,073.4
1,374.3
3,922.4

1,272.3
879.9
1,018.2
746.7

1,731.5
14,543.0


89,477.6


Pct.
3.50
3.41


3.48
3.27

3.38

3.31
3.18
3.14
3.30
3.15

2.97
3.14
3.09
2.94
3.05
3.11

3.44
3.37
3.35


3.43

3.26
3.22
3.51

3.28
3.63
3.34
3.22

3.07
3.39
3.25
3.05

3.09
3.59


1,000
pounds
5,275.2
2,480.7


1,060.7
531.9
5,653.9
2,454.3

7,323.7
3,460.5
594.4
6,827.6
2,870.1

1,744.7
1,755.7
3,398.4
366.7
1,075.9
750.7

1,410.0
1,950.4
1,796.7
2,705.6
1,397.5
1,265.3

1,925.1
2,042.7
1,090.2

506.1
1,102.5
1,377.2
3,925.1

1,279.2
926.8
1,024.6
741.6
1,831.2
14,918.1


Pet.
3.48
3.39


3.441
3.26

3.36

3.30
3.14
3.06
3.29
3.11

2.89
3.10
3.06
2.90
3.02
3.09

3.42
3.36
3.32


3.40

3.21
3.21
3.48

3.26
3.62
3.32
3.15

3.04
3.37
3.19
3.01

3.07
3.57


3.34 90,840.9 3.31


Pct.
99
101

97
99
101
100
99

98
98
106
101
99

96
99
99
94
97
101

100
103
101
104
106
lo6
101

101
102
101

104
102
99
94

100
106
98
96
104
102


99.8


Pct.
107
110


112
104
114
100

110
119
120
112
112

118
111
111
115
110
111

109
120
115
105
103


109
107
104

102
107
114
147

106
102
117
109
111
107


111.7


Pct.
100
101


100
101
101
99

100
102
108
102
101

101
102
101
99
99
102

101
105
102
104
105
102

102
102
102

104
103
100
100

101
105
101
99
106
103


101.5


F-Federal order unless otherwise noted; S-From State sources; FS-From Federal and State sources.
I/ Quantities sold in defined marketing areas (Federal areas adjusted for comparability where necessary);
data are revised for earliest date shown, preliminary for others. See page 32 for area combinations.
Products include: Whole milk plain and flavored (yogurt excluded); Skim milk products flavored,
plain, skim with solids added, buttermilk and cultured specialties. 2/ Memphis sales in Mississippi
excluded. 3/ Computed from unrounded data. Average fat test for areas having milkfat totals available.
4/ Delaware Valley less sales in New Jersey as reported by the Office of Milk Industry. 5/ Totals do
not include the Federal areas of New York.


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


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Table 22.--Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream products: Average daily sales
and test in certain State and Federal Order marketing areas, 1965-1966 1/
I Milk and cream mixtures I Fluid cream products


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.<]
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas.............
Three Indiana areas........
Suburban St. Louis, Ill. ..
Three Michigan areas.......
Three Wisconsin areas......
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas........
Five Iowa areas............
Three Missouri areas.......
Two South Dakota areas .....
Nebraska-Western Iowa......
Two Kansas areas...........
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md..
Washington, D. C. .........
Four West Virginia areas...
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
Seven Texas areas..........
MOUNTAIN:
Eastern Colorado...........
Rio Grande,N.Mex.-Tex.-Colo.
Central Arizona............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada...
PACIFIC
Two Washington areas.......
California-S...............
Total 72 areas
(64 Federal 8 State) 3/


1,000 1,000
pounds Pct. pounds Pct.
26.1 11.5 23.6 11.6
1.2 10.2 16.9 10.9


9.7
3.7

36.3

105.1
48.0
7.3
138.0
48.9

31.6
37.0
48.7
6.7
25.4
13.5

18.9
36.8
13.8
16.o
5.5
27.6

19.9
12.3
7.8

4.8
10.0
15.7
45.2


10.4
10.6

11.2

11.5
12.0
11.7
10.5
12.5

12.0
12.5
11.5
12.1
12.0
11.7

11.4
12.0
11.8


10.5

11.6
12.0
12.9

12.1
12.6
11.9
12.0


24.3 11.5
11.2 11.7
14.8 11.3
8.0 12.7

3:.3 11.8
304.6 12.0


9.9
3.8

34.6

95.5
45.2
7.1
132.5
45.2

29.0
34.1
44.5
6.3
23.4
13.0

18.0
35.5
13.2
15.3
5.5
27.1

19.3
11.2
7.5
4.3
9.7
14.0
41.7

21.9
9.9
13.5
7.4


10.5
10.6

U11.3

11.5
12.0
11.7
10.5
12.4

12.1
12.6
11.9
12.0
12.3
11.7

11.7
12.1
11.9


10.5

12.0
12.2
12.6
12.1
12.9
11.9
12.1

11.9
11.9
11.5
12.7


32.9 11.9
294.4 21.0


1,217.7 11.7 1,167.1 11.7


1,000
pounds
157.4
58.4


11.9
4.6

41.6

44.8
17.3
2.1
49.1
25.1

19.3
9.7
23.2
2.5
5.3
3.5

6.9
22.4
2.9
8.4
2.3
16.5

6.0
7.3
3.2
1.6
4.2
6.7
21.3

8.9
3.4
5.2
7.2


Pct.
21.8
20.6

23.1
24.8

22.3

21.0
22.6
24.8
22.3
24.9

27.3
22.7
21.4
27.9
23.4
23.4

23.8
21.7
22.5


21.9

24.8
26.1
27.9
27.8
24.8
24.9
27.5
24.0
26.7
23.5
30.2


21.0 27.1
105.4 25.5
736.6 23.3


See footnotes on next page.


1,000
pounds
150.5
42.6


11.6
4.5

39.4

38.7
14.9
2.5
50.5
30.4

18.2
9.4
24.8
2.3


5.9
22.9
2.8
9.5
2.0
15.7

5.8
7.4
3.5
1.6
4.2
6.7
22.0


Pct.
21.8
23.1

22.8
24.7

22.2

21.1
21.8
24.2
21.9
23.2

26.8
21.9
20.0
27.4
22.6
24.2

24.1
21.5
21.8
-

22.5

24.5
25.9
26.6
28.3
24.5
24.2
26.6


7.0 25.1
3.3 26.7
5.3 23.3
7.1 29.5

19.1 27.5
108.0 25.2
708.6 23.2


Continued


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Table 22.--Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream products: Average daily sales
and test in certain State and Federal Order marketing areas, 1965-1966 Y/ --Cont.
Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream 1966 as % of 1965
Marketing aa- products combined. Milk Milk and cream
Marketing area-F 1965 1966 and Fluid mixtures&fluid
M'fat M'fat cream cream cream products
Quantity test Quantity test mixtures combined


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 CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas..............
Three Indiana areas.........
Suburban St. Louis, Ill. ...
Three Michigan areas.......
Three Wisconsin areas.......
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas........
Five Iowa areas.............
Three Missouri areas........
Two South Dakota areas......
Nebraska-Western Iowa.......
Two Kansas areas............
SOUTH ATLANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md...
Washington, D. C. ..........
Four West Virginia areas....
North Carolina-S ...........
South Carolina-S............
Southeastern Florida........
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas..
Four Tennessee areas 2y ....
Mississippi-FS.............
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas...........
Two Louisiana areas.........
Okla. Met.& Red River Valley
Seven Texas areas...........
MOUNTAIN:
Eastern Colorado............
Rio Grande,N.Mex.-Tex.-Colo.
Central Arizona .............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada....
PACIFIC:
Two ashington areas........
California-S................
Total 72 areas
(64 Federal 8 State) 3/


1,000
pounds
183.4
59.6

21.6
8.3

77.9

149.9
65.3
9.4
187.1
74.0

50.9
46.7
72.0
9.1
30.7
17.0

25.8
59.2
16.7
24.4
7.8
44.0

25.9
19.6
11.1

6.5
14.1
22.4
66.5

33.3
14.5
20.1
15.2

54.4
410.0


Pct.
Pot.
20.3
20.4

17.4
18.5

17.1

14.3
14.8
14.6
13.6
16.7

17.8
14.6
14.7
16.6
14.0
14.1

14.7
15.7
13.7


14.8

14.7
17.3
17.1

15.8
16.3
15.8
17.0

14.8
15.3
14.4
21.0

17.7
15.5


1,000
pounds
174.1
59.5

21.4
8.3
7k 0
74.0

134.2
60.1
9.6
183.0
75.6

47.2
43.5
69.3
8.6
28.8
16.3

23.9
58.4
16.0
24.8
7.5
42.9

25.1
18.6
11.0

5.9
13.9
20.7
63.7

28.9
13.2
18.9
14.5


Pet.
20.4
19.6

17.2
18.2

17.1

14.3
14.4
15.0
13.6
16.7

17.8
14.6
14.8
16.1
14.2
14.4

14.8
15.8
13.6


14.9

14.9
17.7
17.1

16.5
16.4
15.9
17.1

15.1
15.6
14.7
20.9


51.9 17.7
402.5 15.5


Pet.
90

102
105

95

91
94
98
96
93

92
92
91
94
92
96

95
96
95
96
100
98

97
91
96

89
98
89
92

90
89
91
93

99
97


--~ .. I -


1.95 4.


16.0


1.87s.7


16.1


.1. -'-.- I r -----


Pct.
96
73

97
97

95
86
86
117
103
121

94
97
107
93
100
97

86
102
95
113
88
96

97
101
108

94
100
100
103

79
97
102
98

91
102


95.8 96.2


Pet.
95
100

99
100

95

90
92
102
98
102

93
93
96
94
94
96

93
99
95
102
96
97

97
95
99
90
98
92
96

87
90
94
95

96
98


q6.o


F-Federal order unless otherwise noted; S-From State sources; FS-From Federal and State sources. I/
Quantities sold in defined marketing areas (Federal areas adjusted for comparability where necessary);
data are revised for earliest date shown, preliminary for others. See page 32 for area combinations.
Products includes Mixtures mixtures of milk and cream (eggnog excluded); Fluid cream products -
sweet and soured cream meeting milkfat standards in each market (other than mixtures.) 2/ Memphis
sales in Mississippi excluded. 3/ Computed from unrounded data. Average fat test for areas having
milkfat totals available.

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


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Table 23.--Average daily receipts of silk fre producers, number of producers, and average daily
receipts per producer in certain State and Federal Order marketing areas, 1965-66 I1

Receipts from producers Number of producers Receipts per producer
Marketing area-F 1966 1966 1966
1965 1966 as % of 1965 1966 au t 1965 1966 as % of
196 I 1 5E1965 1965
HEW ENGlAND: 1,000 1,000
s tnds ound Percent Number Naber Percent Pounds Pounds Percent
Massachusetts-Rbhode Island... 9, ,778 96 9,837 8,784 --89 925 999 1
Conecticut .................. 3,020 2,993 99 2,168 2,067 95 1,393 1,448 104
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
,iral areas in New York .. 29,915 28,776 96 37,904 34,932 92 789 824 104
iagara Frontier, New Tork-S 2,432 2,245 92 2,293 1,977 86 1,061 1,136 107
Rochester, Nea York-S........ 1,011 937 93 822 733 89 1,230 1,278 104
New Jersey-S 3/.............. 2,758 2,535 92 2,039 1,757 86 1,352 1,443 107
Phila. & Wilmington,a.-Del. 2 4,812 4,693 98 5,057 4,581 91 952 1,024 108
EAST WORb CEWTRAL:
Six Ohio areua............... 11,532 11,679 101 14,313 13,675 96 806 854 106
Suburban St. Louis, Ill .... 0 1 9 1 5 102 61 6 18
Tree Mchigan areas......... 11,211 10,491 94 12,911 11,543 89 868 900 105
Two Wisconsin areas.......... 1,859 1,900 102 1,821 1,857 102 1,021 1,023 100
WEST GOR CE TMAL:
Two Minesota are a......... 3,445 3,956 115 3,963 4,570 115 869 866 1oo
Five Iowa area.............. 3,163 3,153 100 3,219 3,146 98 983 1,002 102
Three Missouri area......... 5,496 5,891 107 6,018 5,840 97 913 1,009 111
Two South Dakota areas....... 612 646 106 565 567 100 1,083 1,139 105
Bebraakr-Western Iowa........ 1,429 1,490 104 1,470 1,434 98 972 1,039 107
Two Kamams areas............ 1,323 1,391 105 1,386 1,201 87 955 1,158 121
SOUW ATANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake BNy, Md ... 2,298 2,379 104 2,323 2,238 96 08o 1,063 107
WaY ington, D. C. ........... 2,733 2,738 100 1,884 1,788 95 1,451 1,531 106
Pour West Virginia areas..... 2,583 2,681 104 3,538 3,377 95 730 704 109
North Carolina-S 3/........ 3,029 3,074 101 2,850 2,670 94 1,063 1,151 108
South CarolinaS 3/.......... 1,172 1,184 101 794 722 91 1,476 1,640 111
Southeastern Florida......... 1,452 1,465 101 86 89 103 16,884 16,461 97
EAST SOUTH CHmAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana area... 2,807 2,921 104 3,685 3,585 c7 762 815 107
Four Tenessee area 2/...... 2,909 2,983 103 3,413 3,186 03 852 936 110
Mississippi-FS /......... 2,158 2,210 102 2,410 2,249 93 895 983 110
WEBT SOUTH CENTAL:
Two Arkanaas azrs........... 713 747 105 913 921 101 781 808 103
Two Louisiana areas 2....... 1,471 1,489 101 1,514 1,405 93 972 1,060 109
Okla. Met. & Red Rirver t y. 2,245 2,286 102 2,184 2,040 93 1,028 1,121 109
Seven Texas areas............ 5,911 6,577 111 3,866 4,296 111 1,529 1,531 100
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas........... 1,915 1,972 103 1,624 1,629 100 1,179 1,211 103
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-T~c.-o(a 865 836 97 405 411 101 2,136 2,034 95
Central Arizon .............. ,41ll 1,429 101 245 216 88 5,79 6,616 115
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada..... 1,158 1,106 96 1,10 990 89 1,o5 1,117 107
PACIFIC:
Two Washgtn areas......... 4,005 4,049 101 3,065 2,829 92 1,307 1,431 109
Total 74 areas
(66 Federal 8 State) ........ 138,199 137,990 99.81147,236 138,612 9-.1 939 996 106.1
F-Federal Order unless otherwise noted; S-Fr State sources; FS-From Federal and State sources.
I/ Quantities include receipts of milk from producers by handlers regulated in the respective marketing
areas; dat are revised for earliest date shown, preliminary for others. See page 32 for area combina-
tions. 2/ Federal total less State data on receipts from New Jersey or Mississippi producers where
applicable. 2/ Plant receipts of Grade A milk from producers in the State.
Compiled from reports of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies.


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
AGRICULTURAL ESTIMATES DIVISION
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20250


PC
U. S. DE


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08860 9275


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


Hume Library
H.H.Wilkowske
Fla. Ag. Exp. Sta.
Univ. of Fla.
537 Gainesville FL


32601


AREA COMBINATIONS IN SALES AND RECEIPTS TABLES

The following marketing areas have been combined in tables of this report:
Ohio-Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton-Springfield, Northeastern, Northwestern and
Youngstown-Warren; Indiana-Ft. Wayne and Indianapolis; Michigan-Upper Peninsula,
Southern and Upstate; Wisconsin-Madison and Northeastern; Minnesota-Duluth-
Superior and Minneapolis-St. Paul; Iowa-Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, North Central,
Quad Cities-Dubuque and Sioux City; Missouri-Kansas City, Ozarks and St. Louis;
South Dakota-Black Hills and Eastern; Kansas-Neosho Valley and Wichita;
West Virginia-Appalachian, Clarksburg, Tri State and Wheeling; Two Kentucky-
Indiana areas-Louisville-Lexington-Evansville and Paducah; Tennessee-Chattanooga,
Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville; Mississippi-Mississippi Gulf Coast (S), North-
east (S) and Southwest (S); Arkansas-Central and Ft. Smith; Louisiana-New Orleans
and Northern; Texas-Austin-Waco, Central West, Corpus Christi, Lubbock-Plainview,
North Texas, Panhandle and San Antonio; Colorado-Eastern and Western; and
Washington-Inland Empire and Puget Sound.


*U. S. GOVEhNMENT PhINTING OFFICE: 1967 251756 (SRS-30)


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