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Milk production and dairy products annual statistical summary
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MILK PRODUCTION
AND DAIRY

PRODUCTS


ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY



1967


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Statistical Reporting Service
Crop Reporting Board
Washington, D. C.
February 1968


Da 3(68)




Issued February 23, 1968
CONTENTS

Comments: Pa

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

Tables:

Milk Cows and Milk Production
Dairy Cattle on farms
United States .......................................... 6
States ....................................... 10
Milk cows and milk production, annual
United States ............................................. 6
States ............................................. 7
Milk production, by months
United States .......................................... 6
States ........ ........................................... 8, 9
Manufactured dairy products
Production
Butter ................................................... 11, 12
Cheese ....................................... 11 -13
Frozen products ..................... ...... ........... 11, 12
Evaporated and condensed milk ........................... 13, 14
Dry milk products ....................................... 1

Stocks
Evaporated and condensed milk ............................. 15
Dry milk products .......................... .......... 15

Manufacturing grade milk prices and milkfat tests
Butter .................................................... 16
Cheese .................................................... 16, 17
Evaporated milk ....................................... 17
All ....................................................... 17

Manufacturer's selling prices
Evaporated milk ........................................... 18
Dry milk products ..... .................. ........... 18, 19

Cold storage holdings of dairy products ........................ 20

Fluid milk and cream:

Annual sales and fat tests
Whole milk .......... ............. .............. 21, 23
Skim milk and low-fat items .............. .............. 21, 23
Milk and cream mixtures ......................... ......... 22, 23
Cream items .... ................................. 22, 23

Annual receipts from producers .............................. 24

Fluid milk prices
Class I prices paid by dealers ........................... 25
Prices paid by consumers ................................ 26, 27


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MILK PROICTION AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY, 1967


MILK COWS AND MILK PRODUCTION, 1967

The Nation's milk cows produced 119.3 billion pounds of milk in 1967.
This is slightly less than the revised estimate of 119.9 billion pounds produced
in 1966. The number of milk cows on farms in 1967 averaged a record low
13, 524 thousand, 4 percent below 14,093 thousand in 1966 and 16 percent below
the 1961-65 average. The record high output per cow of 8,821 pounds in 1967
was 4 percent above the previous record of 8,507 pounds in 1966. Revised
estimates for 1966 and 1967 result from the annual review of more complete
production and utilization data.

Milk production in 1967 was 6 percent below the record 1964 output of
127.0 billion pounds and the smallest since 1952. Regionally, production
decreased 2 percent in the North Atlantic and 1 percent in the East North
Central, but gained slightly in the West North Central and 1 percent in the
rest of the Nation. Production in 1967 increased in 20 States, Florida was
up 7 percent, the largest percentage gain, followed by Texas with a 5-percent
gain. The sharpest declines, at 8 percent, were reported in Rhode Island and
New Jersey. Declines were 7 percent in Indiana and in Michigan. U. S. milk
production was above a year earlier during the first 2 months in 1967 but
slightly below a year earlier for the rest of the year.

Annual output per cow set a new record high of 8,821 pounds in 1967, up
4 percent from the 1966 record of 8,507 pounds. Rate per cow increased in
all Regions--ranging from 1 percent in the North Atlantic to 7 percent in the
South Central. California's 1967 rate per cow was 11,170 pounds, continuing
to lead the Nation. Arizona was second at 10,570 pounds and Hawaii, third at
10,200 pounds. New Jersey, Connecticut, and Washington each had rates of more
than 10,000 pounds.

The Nation's milk cow herd averaged 13,524,000 head in 1967--the smallest
since the series began in 1924. Milk cow numbers have declined steadily since
1953. Milk cows on farms in 1967 were down 4 percent from 1966 and 16 percent
below average. Decreases were recorded in all regions --ranging from one
percent in the West to five percent each, in the West North Central and South
Central.

The January 1, 1968 inventory of cows and heifers 2 years old and older
kept for milk is estimated at 14,662 thousand, down 4 percent from a year
earlier, and the least in 80 years. The 4-percent decline in 1967 compared
with 5 percent a year earlier and 6 percent in 1965. Replacement heifers
1-2 years old kept for milk on January 1, 1968 are estimated at 3,566 thousand,
2 percent less than a year earlier. Replacement heifer calves under 1 year
old totaled 4,003 thousand on January 1, also down 2 percent. Total heifers
and calves kept for dairy replacement stock on January 1, were 52 percent of
the number of cows and heifers 2 years old and older kept for milk, compared
with 51 percent a year earlier. Cows and heifers eliminated from dairy herds
during 1967 were 27 percent of the number 2 years old and older on hand at the
beginning of the year, the rate of elimination has declined each year since
1965.


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MAiUFACTURED DAIRY PROFITS, 1967


United States production in 1967 set record highs for American cheese,
Italian cheese, Brick and Munster cheese (combined), creamed cottage cheese,
ice milk, and Mellorine. Ice cream and cottage cheese curd each almost
equalled the record set in 1965. Production of swiss and blue mold cheeses
were second only to records of 1966. Limburger cheese production was at a
record low in 1967.

Total cheese production in 1967 was a new high at 1,897 million pounds,
2 percent above the previous record set in 1966. American cheese totaled
1,271 million pounds, 4 percent above a year earlier, accounting for two-
thirds of total cheese output. Wisconsin had 45 percent of the total,
leading all States in production of American cheese, followed by Missouri
with 7 percent. Italian cheese production in 1967 was 273 million pounds,
up 2 percent from a year earlier, for the 16th consecutive annual record high.
Swiss cheese output totaled 130 million pounds -- 5 percent below 1966.
Combined production of Brick and Munster cheese was 55 million pounds, 4 per-
cent above a year earlier. Blue mold cheese production, estimated at 19 million
pounds, was 4 percent less than 1966. Other cheese, not classified, totaled
33 million pounds, 13 percent below 1966. Creamed cottage cheese production,
at 842 million pounds, was 1 percent above a year earlier and fractional
above the previous record high set in 196$. Production of limburger cheese,
at 2.7 million pounds, was 14 percent below 1966 and 15 percent below the
1961-65 average. Cream cheese production in 1967 was 106 million pounds--
down 4 percent from both a year earlier and the 5-year average. Neufchatel
cheese output, at 6.4 million pounds, was 14 percent above 1966, but 2 percent
below average.

Creamery butter made in 1967 totaled 1,233 million pounds. This is up
11 percent from a year earlier, but except for 1966, the lowest production
since 1952. Minnesota continued to lead in butter production, with 26 per-
cent of the United States total. Wisconsin was second with 20 percent, and
Iowa, third with 11 percent.

Total ice cream production in 1967 was 757 million gallons, 1 percent
above a year earlier. Ice milk output set a new high of 256 million gallons,
gaining 6 percent -- the 23rd consecutive annual increase. Production of
milk sherbet totaled 47 million gallons--down 2 percent from 1966, but 10
percent above average. Mellorine production totaled 54 million gallons, 4 per-
cent above 1966.

Evaporated whole milk production in 1967 was 1,499 million pounds, 12
percent less than a year earlier and the lowest since 1931. Production of
canned sweetened condensed whole milk, at 64 million pounds, was half of
the 1966 total and lowest since 1959. Total nonfat dry milk for human food
was 1,694 million pounds--an increase of 6 percent from 1966, but 19 percent
below average. Dry whole milk output, at 83 million pounds, was down 12
percent from a year earlier and 5 percent below average. Dry buttermilk
production in 1967 was 70 million pounds, 9 percent below the previous year,
and 21 percent below average,


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FlUID MILK AND CREAM: Sales, Receipts, and Prices, 1967


Average daily sales of whole milk (preliminary) during 1967 in 9 State
and 67 Federal areas were 3 percent below 1966. Sales of skim milk and
low-fat products in 75 of these areas were 13 percent higher than in 1966.
In 74 areas, total sales of mixtures of milk and cream (half and half) were
down 7 percent from 1966 and sales of cream itemsdown 5 percent.

Producer receipts of milk in 74 marketing areas (8 State and 66 Federal)
during 1967 averaged nearly 139 million pounds per day. This was less than
one percent above 1966. The average number of producers during 1967 in these
areas was about 130,000--down 5 percent from 1966. Receipts per producer in
these marketing areas in 1967 averaged 1,063 pounds per day--up 6 percent from
1966.

Dealers' prices paid for milk used in fluid products in 1967 averaged
$6.18 per hundredweight--up 36 cents from 1966. In 1967 averages were higher,
month by month, compared with the previous year's monthly averages.

Store prices to consumers in 1967 for whole milk of the most common grade
and kind of container in 25 major cities averaged 50.7 cents per half gallon.
This was 1.3 cents per half gallon higher than in 1966.


Half gallons delivered to homes in the 25 city
cents--up 2.5 cents from 1966. Increases from 1966
gallon or more were reported in 20 of the 25 cities.
a decrease.


markets averaged 57.0
of one cent per half
Only one city reported


Cold Storage Stocks of Dairy Products


Warehouse stocks of fluid cream averaged 11.1 million pounds per month
in 1967, slightly less than in 1966. During the first half of 1967, end-
of-month stocks were larger than each of the corresponding months in 1966
but lower for the last half of the year. Plastic cream stocks were below
1966 levels for each month except January. Holdings averaged 1.6 million
pounds per month, compared with 2.2 million in 1966.


Creamery butter holdings reached their maximum on August
233 million pounds were stored. Monthly holdings were larger
1966 throughout 1967, averaging 153.4 million pounds compared
monthly average of 52.9 million pounds.


31, 1967 when
than those of
with the 1966


End-of-month stocks of American cheese for each month of 1967 exceeded
those of a year earlier. Holdings averaged 357 million pounds, compared with
303 million in 1966. Holdings were highest at 404 million pounds on August 31.

Swiss cheese stored in 1967 averaged 12.4 million pounds per month
compared with 11.8 million in 1966. Holdings during the first half of the
year were generally higher than in 1966 but dropped below year-earlier levels
during the last half of 1967.


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Table l.-Milk cows and milk production, United States, 1958-67 i/


YearMilk cows Production per milk cow 3/ : Total milk production 3/
: on farms 2/ Milk Milkfat Quantity Per capital
: Thousands Pounds Pounds Mil. lb. Pounds
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 8,304 307 124,173 638
1966 ...........: 14,093 8,507 314 119,892 609
1967 ...........: 13,524 8,821 325 119,294 599
1 Includes estimates for Alaska and Hawaii beginning 1960.
2 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 1961-65, 1966, and 1967

Milk cows on farms 1/ Milk per cow 2/ Milk production 2/
Month : Averageverage 1966 1Change
:1961 1966 1967 a e 1966 1967 966 1967 from
S* : : : :- : : 966
S Thou. Thou. Thou. Lb. Lb. Lb. Mil.lb. Mid1b. Mil.lb. Percent


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


1,40
16,415
16,368
16,317
16,268
16,219
16,170
16,121
16,073
16,026
15,978
15.929


14,385
14,312
14,239
14,162
14,093
14,035
13,983
13,931
13,887
13,841
13.793


13,755
13,720
13,676
13,628
13,583
13,534
13,494
13,452
13,413
13,376
13,341
11.110


21
591
676
690
757
729
671
629
592
602
581
618


71i
671
769
788
844
820
764
722
680
685
661
699


10,222 9,787
9,696 9,133
11,062 10,527
11,260 10,747
12,310 11,489
11,816 11,248
10,849 10,322
10,148 9,744
9,522 9,214
9,643 9,262
9,288 8,925
9,841 9,494


+0.6
+0.8
-0.1
-0.1
-0.2
-1.4
-0.1
-0.4
-1.0
-1.0
-1.2
-2.1


Annual .......: 16,195 14,093 13,524 7,778 8,507 8,821 125,660 119,892 119,294 -0.5
1 Excludes heifers not yet fresh.
2 Excludes milk sucked by calves.


Table 3.-Dairy cattle on farms January 1, United States, 1959-68 1

: Cows and Heifers 1-2 years : Heifer calves under : Cows and heifers
: heifers 2 : kept for : 1 year kept for : eliminated during
: years old : milk cows : milk cows : year 3/
Year : and older : Per 100 : Per 00 : Per 100
: kept for :Number cow Number cws : Number cows
: milk 2/ : : : : : :
SThousands Thousands Number Thousands Pumber Thousands Number
1959 ...........: 20,132 5,050 25.1 5,526 27.4 5,655 2E3.
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 5,143 30.3
1966 ...........: 15,987 3,860 24.1 4,151 26.0 4,649 29.1
1967 ...........: 15,198 3,636 23.9 4,089 26.9 4,172 27.5
1968 ...........: 14,662 3,566 24.3 4,003 27.3

/Includes estimates for Alaska and Hawaii beginning 1961.
Includes 2-year old heifers not yet fresh.
Cows and heifers 1 year old and older at beginning of year less cows 2 years old and older at end
of year. Includes animals culled out, death losses, and farm slaughter.
6 -


9,7
9,203
10,517
10,734
11,470
11,095
10,315
9,709
9,1241
9,167
8,814
9,299


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Table 4.-Milk cows and milk production, by States, average 1961-65, 1966, and 1967

State MLilk cows on farms 1/ : Annual milk per cow 2/ Annual milk production 2/


and :Average
division :1961-65
Si


SThou.
Maine ....... 8
N. H. .......: 49
Vt. .........: 248
Mass. ........: 87
R. I. ........: 11.8
Conn. .......: 79
N. Y. .......: 1,217
N. J. .......: 117
Pa. ....... 853
N. Atl. ...: 2,747
Ohio ........ 617
Ind. ........: 372
Ill. ....... : 491
Mich. .......: 620
Wis. ........ 2.132
E. N. Cent, :4,231
Min. ....... 1,265
Iowa ....... : 791
Mo. ........: 552
N. Dak. .... : 251
S. Dak......: 236
Nebr. ...... : 285
Kans. ...... : 281
W. N. Cent :3,661
Del. ....... : 22
Mi. ........ : 201
Va. ........ : 290
W. Va. ..... : 105
N. C. ...... : 238
S. C. ...... : 93
Ga. ........ : 181
Fla. ....... : 180
S. Atl .. : 1,310
Ky. ......... : 467
Tenn. ...... : 426
Ala. ........ 196
Miss. ...... : 304
Ark. ....... : 172
La. ........ : 219
Okla. ...... : 212
Tex. ....... : 501
S. cent. : 2,497
Month. ...... : 64
Idaho.......: 187
Wyo. ...... : 25.7
Colo. ...... : 111
N. Mex. .... : 39
Ariz. ...... : 51
Utah ....... 86
Nev. ....... : 14.5
Wash. ...... : 214
Oreg ...... : 142
Calif. ..... 798
West ..... :1,732
Alaska ..... 2.6
Hawaii ..... : 14.2
U. .... 16,195


1966

Thou.
75
42
218
76
9.6
70
1,109
93
767
2,460
523
297
386
535
1.975
3,716
1, 145
652
422
196
216
236
232
3,099
17
180
250
79
208
77
150
180
1,141
396
369
158
242
116
196
168
402
2,047
54
162
21.5
99
38
52
77
13.4
199
122
775
1,613
2.0
15.0
14,093


I


1961-65 :
-


1967 :
Thou
72
42
216
74
8.8
69
1,069
86
742
2,379
498
270
35
495
1.933
3,554
1,094
617
397
173
210
224
221
2,936
16
174
241
73
200
75
144
182
1,105
380
348
150
222
108
188
159
384
1,939
49
156
20.5
98
38
51
76
13.5
195
117
781 1
1,595


*Averare


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lJ Average number on farms during year, excluding heifers not yet fresh.
2/ Excludes milk sucked by calves.


I


Lb.
77-
7,984
8,414
8,076
9,244
9,288
9,126
8,898
9,550
8,458
8,696
8,728
8,494
8,426
8,976
8,758
8,722
8,442
7,900
6,382
6,516
6,476
6,864
6,579
7,489
7,970
7,744
6,474
5,328
6,370
5,676
5,486
7.418
6,521
5,582
5,170
4,442
3,906
4,778
4,340
6,522
6.o14
5,219
6,442
8,376
6,996
7,648
6,904
9,796
8,728
8,510
9,021
7,390
L0,492
9,240


1966

Lb.
8,500
9,100
8,710
10,000
9,900
10,030
9,540
10,180
9,240
9,386
9,440
9,160
9,130
9,460
9.140
9,229
8,820
8,680
7,510
6,810
7,400
7,260
7.49p
8,167
8,590
8,530
7,180
5,900
7,090
6,660
6,670
8,200
7,367
6,440
5,750
5,150
4,630
6,070
5,160
7,740
7,330
6,140
6,960
9,000
7,600
8,290
7,740
10,270
9,560
10,000
9,830
8,020
11.100
9,952
9,500
10,060
8,507


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: 1967

Lb.
8, 740
9,2140
8,780
9,960
9,900
10,050
9,730
10,130
9.240
9,482
9,500
9,370
9,320
9,480
9,600
9,524
9,430
9,120
7,930
7,220
7,620
7,440
7,900
8,635
8,900
8,850
7,370
6,110
7,440
6,950
7,220
8,660
7,719
6,580
6,160
5,410
4,980
6,420
5,490
8,270
8,020
6,540
7,310
9,250
7,830
8,460
8,080
10,570
9,800
9,930
10,0140
8,210
11,170
10,131
9,5U0
10,200
8,821


d


I


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'Average *
:1961-65 1966
Mil1. lb. Mil. lb.
685 638
408 382
2,002 1,899
804 760
110 95
716 702
10,814 10,580
1,110 947
7,203 7.087
23,852 23,090
5,366 4,937
3,148 2,721
4,111 3,524
5,556 5,061
18.665 18.052
36,846 34,295
10,680 10,099
6,232 5,659
3,494 3,169
1,635 1,335
1,525 1,598
1,947 1,713
1.840 1.738
27,355 25,311
171 146
1,554 1,535
1,868 1,795
557 466
1,510 1,475
526 513
989 1,000
1,337 1,476
8,512 8,406
2,600 2,550
2,198 2,122
863 814
1,179 1,120
811 704
946 1,011
1,371 1,300
2.986 2,947
12,954 12,568
410 376
1,561 1,458
179 163
848 821
271 294
500 534
749 736
123 134
1,929 1,956
1,050 978
8.368 8,602
15,988 16,052
22.4 19.0
1 1 151


1967

Mi. lb.
629
388
1,896
737
87
693
10,401
871
6.856
22,558
4,731
2,530
3,337
4,693
18,557
33,848
10,316
5,627
3,148
1,249
1,600
1,667
1,746
25,353
142
1,540
1,776
446
1,488
521
1,040
1,576
8,529
2,500
2,144
812
1,106
693
1,032
1,315
3,080
12,682
358
1,443
161
829
307
539
745
134
1,958
961
8.724
16,159
18.2
147
119,294


Change
from
1966
Percent
-1
+2
0
-3
-8
-1
-2
-8
-3
-2
-4
-7
-5
-7
+3
-1
+2
-1
-1
-6
0
-3
0
0
-3
0
-1
-4
+1
+2
+4
+7
+1
-2
+1
0
-1
-2
+2
+1
+5
+1
-5
-1
-1
+1
+4
+1
+1
0
0
-2
+1
+1
-4
-3
-0.5


125,660 119,892


--


I I


1.9 8,640
14.4 9,198
13,524 7,778


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Table 5.--Milk Production, by States and months, 1966

State 3 Jan. : Feb. : Mar. S Apr. I May June July Aug. Sept.' Oct. Nov. Dec. : Total
a t : a : : : : S
Million pounds
Maine .. 52 48 53 55 59 59 57 55 53 51 47 49 638
N.H. ... 32 29 33 34 35 35 33 31 31 30 29 30 382
Vt. .... 156 140 168 173 184 184 160 149 148 150 139 148 1,899
Mass. .. 66 60 67 67 70 67 61 61 59 61 59 62 760
R.I. ... 8.1 7.4 8.7 8.6 9.0 8.4 7.9 7.7 7.4 7.5 7.0 7.3 95
conn... 60 55 62 60 63 60 56 57 56 58 56 59 702
N.Y. .. 913 842 980 987 1,033 1,006 836 771 778 814 777 843 10,580
N.J. ... 83 79 88 86 91 80 74 74 72 73 71 76 947
Pa. .... 604 551 645 630 688 623 568 566 546 560 544 562 7,087
S
Ohio ... 413 378 428 430 472 448 416 407 392 391 368 394 4,937
Ind. ... 228 211 239 241 254 246 237 221 214 213 205 212 2,721
Ill. ... 294 282 322 319 336 326 312 294 262 259 252 266 3,524
Mich. .. 430 389 442 434 459 452 419 423 418 410 387 398 5,061
Wis. ... ,468 1,382 1,616 1,660 1,783 1,817 1,566 1,425 1,294 1,311 1,288 1,442 18,052
Minn. .. 903 880 1,008 995 1,028 1,015 824 675 589 644 698 840 10,099
Iowa ... 455 425 483 503 556 553 520 472 430 427 400 435 5,659
Mo. 214 226 248 281 320 328 313 281 253 258 234 213 3,169
N.Dak. 104 101 119 124 137 147 137 113 96 85 80 92 1,335
S.Dak. 127 123 146 143 156 161 149 134 118 ill 109 121 1,598
Nebr. .. 134 125 142 147 163 169 157 151 135 131 127 132 1,713
Kans. .. 137 132 153 155 158 150 144 141 140 140 140 148 1,738
Del. .. 12.1 11.0 12.6 12.9 13.4 12.6 12.1 12.2 11.4 12.2 11.6 11.9 146
Md. .... 126 123 133 130 138 127 126 128 125 126 125 128 1,535
Va ..... 140 124 139 147 168 160 159 167 157 156 143 135 1,795
W.Va. .. 38 34 39 40 43 42 41 39 39 39 36 36 466
N.C. ... 119 108 121 122 126 125 124 125 129 129 122 125 1,475
S.C. ... 44 39 45 45 45 41 41 42 43 43 41 44 513
Ga ..... 84 74 85 87 87 81 81 82 83 85 84 87 1,000
Fla. .... 125 116 131 128 128 121 117 116 117 123 124 130 1,476
Ky ....t 174 166 199 223 261 256 243 242 229 208 176 173 2,550
Tenn. .. 148 136 160 185 210 204 201 201 191 177 155 154 2,122
Ala. ... 68 62 69 70 70 66 66 66 69 69 68 71 814
Miss. .. 88 78 89 99 101 100 99 100 95 91 88 92 1,120
Ark. ... 50 46 55 62 71 69 66 66 61 56 52 50 704
La .... 86 74 85 89 87 80 79 82 85 86 86 92 1,011
Okla. .. 105 95 109 116 122 114 110 110 107 105 102 105 1,300
Tex. ..A 250 223 259 265 265 252 245 245 240 238 227 238 2,947
1
Mont. .. 28 28 30 32 39 39 36 33 30 28 27 26 376
Idaho .f 110 105 121 123 135 142 137 130 119 115 107 114 1,458
Wyo. ..J 13.3 12.2 13.7 13.8 15.1 15.4 15.1 14.1 13.0 12.7 12.0 12.6 163
Colo. 65 61 69 69 74 73 73 71 67 67 65 67 821
N.Mex. 24 22 25 24 26 25 25 25 24 25 24 25 294
Ariz. S 44 42 47 47 48 45 44 43 43 44 43 44 534
Utah ..$ 59 54 61 63 67 66 66 64 60 60 57 59 736
Nev. .. 10.6 10.0 11.5 11.4 12.1 11.9 12.0 11.6 11.1 11.0 10.3 10.5 134
Wash. 150 138 157 174 192 179 173 168 161 161 151 152 1,956
Oreg. .4 66 62 77 89 103 100 98 90 79 74 70 70 978
Calif. t 664 610 718 732 773 753 772 749 721 723 688 699 8,602
Alaska : 1.69 1.54 1.67 1.58 1.63 1.62 1.59 1.62 1.56 1.53 1.46 1.51 19.0
Hawaii : 13.7 12.6 13.8 13.3 13.4 12.6 12.4 12.0 11.4 11.8 11.6 12.4 151

U.S. ..t 9,787 9,133 10,527 10,747 11,489 11,248 10,322 9,744 9,214 9,262 8,925 9,494 119,892
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Table 6.-Milk Prodaction, by States and months 1967
S : t t t t r t : 3
State : Jan. : Peb. : Mr. I Air. : May : Jmuly : Aug. s S8e1*. Oct. : Nov. : Dec. Total
: : : : : : t I ;
Million pounds
4bine .. 49 46 51 53 56 59 58 56 53 51 18 49 629
N. H. 32 30 33 31 35 35 34 32 31 31 30 31 388
t.... 152 138 162 167 178 183 165 154 152 153 142 150 1,896
Was. .. 64 58 65 6a 68 66 60 59 57 59 57 60
R. I. .. 7.3 6.6 7.7 7.6 8.0 7.9 7.3 7.2 6.9 7.1 6.5 7.0 87
Oonn. 60 55 62 60 63 59 56 56 55 56 54 57 693
N. Y.. 880 811 942 956 1,002 98 860 794 776 801 768 821 10,o01
N. J... 77 72 80 78 83 76 70 68 65 67 66 69 871
Pa....: 58 538 630 615 683 618 557 554 527 530 503 517 6,856
0hio .. 395 366 411 416 450 427 406 394 371 372 353 370 4,731
Ind. ...: 21 202 231 234 252 230 219 203 191 188 183 187 2,530
Ilo. *: 280 261 303 301 318 302 293 288 256 248 238 249 3,337
ich. 399 361 407 402 422 414 394 392 387 385 359 371 4,693
Wis. :i 1,576 1,467 1,668 1,695 1,818 1,827 1,593 1,447 1,334 1,349 1,319 1,434 18,557
Mn. : 936 899 1,013 1,015 1,040 1,002 856 696 618 670 711 860 10,316
Ioa 4... 65 438 493 504 559 539 507 467 422 420 393 420 5,627
NMo .... 208 219 244 279 315 321 316 285 251 255 231 218 3,148
N. Da.. 101 99 114 118 127 133 123 101 86 79 76 89 1,249
S. Dk..: 128 121 143 149 159 159 1A6 132 121 113 108 121 1,600
Nebr. 131 12 12 148 158 161 152 146 131 128 120 126 1,667
ms. 149 137 155 161 164 154 147 137 136 133 137 136 1,746
Del ... 11.6 11.0 11.9 13.1 13.6 11.9 11.7 11.8 11.5 11.7 11.0 11.2 142
w, ..: 126 120 130 132 142 128 129 130 127 128 122 126 1,540
Va. ... 135 121 135 146 168 160 160 167 158 154 139 133 1,T6
W. Va. 35 32 38 39 41 40 40- 39 37 37 34 3 1441
N. C. : 122 113 125 128 129 125 25 125 125 127 122 122 1,188
. C.. 4 41 41 46 46 16 43 13 3 42 41 44 521
. : 86 TT 89 91 91 85 85 86 86 88 87 89 1,040
Fs. .. : 136 128 147 139 12 131 125 122 120 128 125 133 1,576
S...: 169 165 199 222 251 245 2.1 241 221 202 173 171 2,500
Tea. 153 138 161 197 215 206 205 201 184 177 154 153 2,1
Al... 68 62 70 71 T7 66 66 66 67 68 67 71 812
isse. : 86 78 92 99 102 98 97 97 93 89 86 89 1,106
Ark...: 49 45 54 60 69 68 66 66 59 55 52 50 693
Ia. .... 89 81 93 95 90 81 83 83 82 83 82 90 1,032
Okla. 104 97 110 117 123 116 113 112 109 106 103 105 1,315
Tex. ..: 251 235 265 274 281 263 257 252 246 251 252 253 3,080
Mont.. : 27 26 28 30 36 36 34 31 29 28 27 26 358
Idao... 113 107 124 128 138 139 131 1214 116 111 103 109 1,,43
WY. .: 13.1 12.0 13.3 13.8 14.4 15.2 15.2 13.8 12.8 12.5 12.o0 12.9 161
Colo. .: 67 63 71 72 75 73 72 69 67 68 65 67 829
N. WMx.. 26 24 25 25 26 25 25 26 26 27 26 26 307
Ariz. ..: 45 42 49 49 49 44 43 42 42 45 14 45 539
h.... : 60 57 65 65 69 66 65 63 60 60 57 58 745
S....: 10.6 10.0 11.6 11.5 12.1 11.8 11.9 11.7 11.0 11.0 10.3 10.5 134
ash. ..: 155 141 160 171 193 181 174 165 160 161 146 148 1,958
o 64 61 76 89 101 100 95 87 77 72 69 70 961
. 704 651 757 737 780 76 769 750 716 716 686 691 8,724
Alaska 1.53 1.4 1.60 1.5 1.61 1.60 1.60 1.53 1.51 1.46 1.36 1.2 18.2
Hwaii .: 12.8 11.6 12.9 12.2 13.1 12.1 12.5 12.1 11.6 11.9 11.8 12.4 147

U. S. 9,817 9,203 10,517 10,734 11,470 11,095 10,315 9,709 9,121 9,167 8,814 9,299 119,294


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able 7.-Dairy cattle on farms January 1. by States, average 1962-66. 1967 and 1968
State :Cows and heifers 2 years old: Heifers 1 to 2 years old :Heifer calves under 1 year
and :and older kept for milk 1/ : kept for milk cows : kept for milk cows
division Average : 1967 196 Average 1967 1968 Average 1967 1968
:1962-66 : : 1962-66 T 19 62-66
: Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou. Thou.


mine ...........:
N. H. .........:
Vt. ...........o.:
MSss. ....o..:
R. I. ...........:
onn. ...........:
N. ...........:
N. J. ...........:
Pa. .............:


96
54
270
93
12
86
1,336
123
947


N. Atl. .......: 3.016
Ohio ......... 667
Ind. ...........: 408
Ill ............: 531
Mich. ...........: 668
Wis...... ......: 2.364
E. N. Cent. : 4,638


8o
46
240
82
10
79
1,196
97
848
2,678
557
320
415
558
2,180
4,030


79
45
236
80
10
77
1,172
90
823
,2.612
535
285
386
519
2.147
3,872


28
15
56
18
2
19
295
19
235
685
160
100O
142
192
645
1,239


23
12
44
14
1
16
260
16
905


591
131
78
100
153
560
1,022


24
12
47
15
1
18
273
15
91


618
129
71
92
145
556
993


28
15
57
18
2

291
20
oak


705
162
105
165
203
662
1,297


25
13
51
17
2
20
281
17
236
662
13
128
168
591
1,110


24
13
52
17
2
19
281
16
245
669
135

119
154
585
1,075


Minn. *.........*:
Iowa ....*o......:
S.o ********.o **o :
N. Dak. ........:
S. Dak. ........:
Nebr. ..........:
Kans. .*..,......:
W. N. Cent ...:
Del. ..........:
Mi. .............:
Va. .o..*......*o:
W. Va. .........
N. C. ....oo.....:
Sa. ..........:

S. Atl. .......:
Ky. ........oo..o.:
Tenn. .,*.o.....:
Ala. ............:
Miss. .* .:

aO. ...........:
Okla. ...........:
Tex. ............:
S. Cent. ......:


Ariz............
N. Mex. .........:
Ariz. ...........*
Utah ............:
Nev. ............:
Wash. ...........:
Oreg ...........
Calif..........:
West. .........:
Total 48 States:


Alaska .....*....:
Hawaii ..........:
United States ...;


1,393
849
582
270
255
300
305
3,954
24
210
322
110
260
99
194
188
1,406
511
456
215
325
180
245
225
533
2,689
67
201
27
118
42
55
92
16
231
152
867
1,868
17,572


2.8
16
17,591


1,230
692
452
206
234
245
250
3,309
18
190
272
82
225
83
163
189
1,222
430
395
177
261
125
215
173
419
2,195
55
171
22
107
41
56
83
15
217
130
849
1,746
15,180


2.1
16
15,198


1,181
650
429
183
225
235
240
3,143
17
186
264
77
214
82
155
189

421
375
166
245
114
206
171
406
2,104
51
166
22
106
40
55
81
15
210
126
857
1,729
14,644


408
215
127
55
51
64'


5
47
78
23
69
24
50
25
322
119
92
61
89
41
57
57
120
637
14
67
6
31
11
13
25
5
62
42
240
516
4,395


2.0
16
14,662


4
6, 0o


349
172
89
39
43
50
57
799
4
40
63
14
56
17
42
25
261
94
77
47
66
25
48
42
84
483
11
56
5
28
11

24
5
54
37
235
477
3,633

3
3,636


318
169
104
34
40
46
52
763
4
39
64
11
55
16
40
25
254
94
78
44
64
24
47
42
77
470
10
lo
53
5
29
10
11
23
5
52
36
231
465
3,563


3
3,566


413
225
136
61
76
71
76
1,059
5
45
88
23
74
26
55
28
344
121
98
65
99
42
66
70
137
699
20
78
7
40
12
14
29
6
68
56
256
585
4,689


.4 .6
3
4,693


I/ Includes 2-year


old heifers not yet fresh.


344
194
127
45
65
59
57
891
4
40
78
13
59
19
45
27

106
89
49
83
32
60
56
108
583
17
68
5
39
11
13
26
6
62
53
254
554
4,085


.4
3
4,089


326
186
128
43
61
55
54
853
3
42
78
15
58
18
46
27

106
89
45
76
30
60
61
106
573
16
66
5
39
10
14
lO

25
6
60
51
249
541
3,998
.4
4
4,003


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Table 8.--Creamery butter, American cheese and ice cream: Production, by States, 1966-67


State : Creame
and : 1966
division : Enumeration
: 1,000
pounds
Maine ......*........: 75
N. H. ....oeo...o....: ---
Vt .................: 5,273

R M I ..0............: ---
Con. o. ..o..o.... ..: 1 /
N. Y. ...........* .: 36,574
H. J. .eeeeee........: ---
Pa. .................: 13,354
Other N. A. States ..: 66
N. Atl. ...........: 55,342
Ohio ................: 18,514
Ind. ...............: 16,795
Il .... *.........*...: 21,560
Mich. ..............: 30,516
Wis. ................: 222397
E. N. Cent. .......a 309,782
Minn. .....**..... ..*: 312,788
Iowa .........0 .....*: 124,607
Mo. .................: 29,583
N. Dak. .............: 34,639
S. Dak. ......*......: 34,811
Nebr. ...............: 44,084
Kans. ...............: 16,636
W. cent. .......: 597,148
D. C. e..............:S e -
Dy Ce*..ooeoo0o .....: ---
Del. 00...0.0..0.00..: 2,80
Ma. ................: 2,800
Va. V................: 1,047
. Va. ..............: 1
S. C. ...............:
S. C. *.**.*,**...... I
Ga.. ............e...: 235
F0 ...............e: ---
Other S. Atl. States : 637
S. Atl. ...........: 4,719
Iy. .................: 14,158
Tenn. ...............: 8,721
Ala. *...o..........: I/
Miss. ...............: ,978
Ark. ................: 1
La. .................: 1,050
Okla. ..............: 15,872
Tex. ...............: 5,126
Other S. Cent. States: 2,460
S. Cent. ..........: 49.365
Mont. ...............: 3,430
Idaho ...... ........: 24,346
Wyo. ................: 1,878
Colo. ...............: 6,304
N. Mex. ............: ---
Ariz. ..............: 1/
Utsah .......*******: 5,978
Nev. ................: /
Other Mount. States 56
Mountain ..........: 41,992
Wash. ....3........: 18,338
Oreg. ...............: 8,979
Calif. ..... ........: 26, .344
Pae.. ..............: 53,661
U. s. 2/ .........: 1,112.009


1 Production data for this State
/ Includes Alaska and Hawaii.


:_


t


butter
S 1967
: Estimate.
1,000
pounds
Y-
7,050
1/

50,320

16,470
135
73,975
18,800
22,200
27,780
33,190
251,530
353,500
320,820
135,380
32,495
32,050
35,750
43,310
20o,560
620,365

6,270

1/


---
3,100
9,370
17,230
13,665
I/
2,970

17,85
6,165
4,590
62,505
3,065
24,630
1,640
5,520

6,020

60
40,935
15, 4685
10,450
46,810
72,745
1,233,395
are included


752,164


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


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American
1966
Enumeration
1,000
pounds


8,932



44,717
/
2,121
6
55,776
13,597
20,624
13,387
24,175
559,764
631,547
79,560
76,757
83,135
20,390
26,418
13,156
22,049
321,465




1/










131
6,3M6
6,306
60,300
33,900
2,771
11,972
9,050
131
6,323
7,639

132,44o
2,898
32,730

349


8,050



8,185
17,860
2,258
28.1o0


756, 45


I


cneese
: 1967
: Estimate
1,000
pounds









1690
---




18,580
13,640
22,410
577,760
645,080
89,420
78,570
95,260
24,735
30,650
15,360
19,560
353,555



1/'
---

---

---
7,570
7,570
57,170
36,390
4,540
13,765
12,410

5,65
9,230

139,525
2,990
33,210




9,310

1,385
46:,95
5,675
17,760
2,270
25.705


_ __ ___ _;_1_


_ __ _


- it I i im l I f


II II_ IR II L


-


Ice cream
1966 :
Enumeration :
1,000
gallons
3,583
1,605
359
39,282
1,855
10,936
75,178
21,782
72,266

226,846
43,807
27,583
41,768
35,666
23,593
172,417
23,327
10,625
16,664
2,860
1,690
10,116
5,445
70,727
7,099
5,091
14,543
11,154
6,047
17,126
5,269
9,228
18,027

93,584
4,937
14,278
8,118
3,444
2,953
8,359
5,701
26,039

73,829
2,141
3,021
636
8,129
1,475
4,539
4,152
796

24,889
13,311
6,472
67,746
87.529


1.220.580 1.271.460


1967
Estimate
1,000
gallons
3,530
I-
38,260
i/
11,930
74,590
21,370
72,820
3,760
226.260
44,900
27,075
41,950
36,870
22,470
173,265
23,900
10,175
17,370
2,800
1,625
10,650
5.740
72,260
7,440

13,895
10,305
6,425
17,125

9,425
18,535
10,710
93,860
5,305
14,495
7,765
3,570
2,890
8,540
6,015
27,700

76,280
2,170
3,205
i/
7,520

4,270

2,0
24,905
13,580
6,990
67,085
87.655


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Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1965-67 1/

Ice cream Ice milk Milk sherbet
Month : :1967 : :1967: : : 1967
: 1965 : 1966 : 1967 : chge.: 1965 : 1966 1967 :chge.: 1965 : 1966 1967 : chge.
From : : : :fra : : from
; : 1966 : : :1966 : : : 1966


: 1,000
:gallons
:*


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


49,351
50,473
60,504
63,004
67,015
76,789
79,041
78,023
68,122
58,023
54,728
51.927


1,000 1,000 :
gallons gallons:
*


50,411
50,739
63,916
61,540
66,660
78,373
80,205
77,772
66,162
54,864
52,000
49.522


51,090:
51,373:
62,845:
59,450:
68,865:
77,660:
76,455:
79,005:
64,915:
60,965:
54,730:
49.490:


Per-
cent

+ 1
+ 1
- 2
- 3
+ 3
- 1
- 5
+ 2
- 2
+ 11
+ 5
0


: 1,000 1,000
:gallons gallons
*


11,o65
12,075
15,791
19,697
23,728
26,900
29,756
27,941
21,654
16,900
13,533
11.952


11,549
12,374
17,818
20,215
24,334
29,219
31,127
29,426
22,171
16,579
13,604
11.828


1,000 :Per- : 1,000
gallons:cent :gallons


13,480:+
13,820:+
19,350:+
21,380:+
25,820:+
30,760:+
31,245:
30,955:+
22,775:+
18,445:+
14,750:+
12.755:+


2,395
2,432
3,282
3,797
4,783
5,434
5,885
5,316
3,943
2,976
2,620
2.586


Year .....: 757,000 752,164 756,845:


+ 1 :230,992 240,244 255,535:+ 6 : 45,449 47,674
: :


46,745: 2


Mellorine


i creamery butter
: (including whev butter) :


: 1,000 1,000 1,000 : Per-: 1,000 1,000 1,000 : Per-. 1,000
:gallons gallons gallons: cent:pounds pounds pounds : cent:pounds


3,407
3,426
4,257
4,680
4,970
5,530
6,007
5,843
4,863
3,928
3,347
2.938


3,235
3,300
4,599
4,361
4,815
5,691
5,508
5,714
4,466
3,915
3,264
2.745


3,230:
3,555:
4,625:
4,405:
5,235:
5,825:
5,800:
5,905:
4,515:
4,325:
3,340:
2.815:


:131,678
:125,051
:140,723
:139,453
:145,150
:133,535
:104,071
:84,177
: 73,359
:78,121
: 78,047
:91.217


98,569
91,923
101,766
106,538
114,552
114,340
83,104
76,516
68,660
78,022
80,860
97.159


112,270: +
105,035:+
111,805;+
120,025:+
129,125:+
129,500: +
104,900: +
86,175: +
75,345:+
84,645: +
82,165: +
92.405: -


:133,593
:127,574
:156,174
:163,645
.181,077
:184,122
:162,859
:142,501
:128,234
:125,000
:120,534
:10.143


Total
1,000
pounds

131,476
127,788
159,651
166,480
184,575
193,427
164,866
154,915
141,405
140,765
136,713
153.486


cheese 2/
1,000 :
pounds :

152,260o
143,740:
160,720:
170,545:
187,275:
191,980:
172,450:
159,430:
140,815:
138,080:
131,985:
148.045:


Per-
cent

+ 16
+ 12
+ 1
+ 2
+ 1
- 1
+ 5
+ 3
0
- 2
- 3
- 4


: : : ; : :
*: 53,169 53,575: 1,324,582 1,233,395: 1,755,456 1,897,325:
51,613 : + 4 : 1,112,009 :+ 11 : 1,855,547 : + 2

American cheese / I Swiss cheese Brick and Munster cheese
:G : :


1,000
pounds

Jan. .....: 87,39
Feb. ....: 83,32
Mar. .....: 101,76
Apr. .....: 11,4E
May ......: 130,40
June .....: 131,51
July .....: 113,16
Aug. .....: 96,22
Sept. ....: 81,82
Oct. .....: 76,1i
Nov. .....: 69,6
Dec. .....: 75.3]


-- 000 1,000 : Per :1,000 1,000 1,000 : Per :1,000 L,QW00 :Pr
pounds~~~~~~ ~ ~~ pons:cnPPud onsPuds:cn:Pud onsPud ent


94
2
37
82
)5
76
;5
2
4
r5
36
17


80,512
78,216
99,363
111,594
128,407
137,226
113,527
104,157
93,433
90,742
85,040
98.363


101,090:
95,385:
106,730:
119,120:
131,085:
137,385:
120,560:
108,630:
90,810:
87,220:
80,975:
92,470.


26 :
22 :
7:
7:
2:
0:
6:
4:
3:
4:
5:
6:


9,192
8,638
10,556
10,458
12,266
12,476
11,585
10,481
9,363
9,275
8,803
9.639


10,434
9,971
12,020
12,243
13,643
14,182
13,041
12,100
10,669
10,041
8,863
9.457


9,480 -
8,815: -
10,145: -
11,030: -
12,470: -
12,480: -
12,495: -
11,855: -
10,835: +
10,725: +
9,615: +
10,260: +


4,469
4,392
4,814
4,760
4,486
4,531
4,545
4,291
3,990
4,281
4,079
4,392


4,535
4,424
5,207
4,241
4,423
5,083
4,367
4,370
3,945
3,784
4,053
4,289


4,645:
4,625:
4,375:
4,670:
4,880:
4,765:
4,570:
4,435:
4,845:
4,535:
4,220.
4,265


Year .....,1258,28
!


5 1,271,460:
1,220,580


+ 4 :122,732
*


136,664 130,205:- 5 : 53,030 52,721
: :


54,830: + 4
*


See footnotes at end of table.


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1,000
gallons

2,595
2,612
3,601
3,984
4,753
5,965
6,640
5,662
3,888
2,914
2,511
2.549


1,000 :
gallons:

2,700:
2,690:
3,705:
3,845:
4,645:
5,645:
5,860:
5,295:
3,765:
3,215:
2,860:
2.520:


Per-
cent

+ 4
+ 3
+ 3
- 3
- 2
- 5
- 12
- 6
- 3
+ 10
+ 14
- 1


*:
*:
.:
.:

*:
*:


*:
*:


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

Year ...o


?


7 9 3_


-





Production, United States, by months, 1965-67 1/ -- Continued


Limburger cheese


Cream cheese


: Neufchatel cheese


Month:
1965

: 1,000
pounds

Jan. : 326
Feb. : 244
Mar. : 174
Apr. : 226
Mlay : 230
June : 213
July : 212
Aug. : 266
Sept.: 242
Oct. : 244
Nov. : 289
Dec. : 293


Year


1966


1,000
pounds

309
259
286
234
213
304
239
263
247
250
279
299


1967


1,000
pounds

305
235
200
175
190
240
200
245
265
240
225
215


:1967:
:chge.:
:from :
:1966 :
:Per-
:cent :

:- 1 :
:- 9 :
: -30 :
: -25 :
: -11 :

-16 :
7 :
+7:
4 :
-19 :
-28 :


1965


1,000
pounds

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


1966


1,000 1
pounds p


8,977
8,506
11,352
7,616
7,992
7,336
8,473
7,663
8,306
10,729
12,310
11.934


1


:1.9o7
1967 :chge. :
:from
:1966 :
,000 :Pcr-
ounds :cent

9,420 : + 5
8,945 : + 5
9,905 : -13
6,575 : -14
7,840 : 2
8,665 : +18
7,490 : -12
7,015 : 8
8,200 : 1
9,875 : 8
1,135 : -10
1.360 : 5 :


1965


1,000
pounds

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


1966


1,000
pounds

477
530
579
532
556
456
563
375
370
316
498
346


:1967
1967 :chge.
:from
:1966


1,000 :Per-
pounds :cent

810 : +70
620 : +17
770 : +33
595 : +12
495 : -11
480 : + 5
570 : + 1
435 : -16
450 : +22
365 : +16
390 : -22
400 : +16


: 2,959 2,735 : : 116,266 106,425 : 6,443 6,380 :
S3,182 : -14 : 111,194 :- 4 : 598 : +14


Italian cheese :Blue mold cheese : Other varieties of cheese 2 4/

Jan. : 19,022 21,510 22,585 : + 5 : 1,460 1,847 1,330: -28: 2,969 2,875 2,595 -10
Feb. : 18,518 21,408 21,545 : + 1 : 1,425 1,678 1,360 : -19 : 2,641 2,796 2,210 :-21
Mar. : 21,973 25,454 24,315 : 4 : 1,564 1,914 1,570 : -18 : 3,122 3,476 2,710 : -22
Apr. : 22,302 24,697 23,995 : 3 : 1,553 1,848 1,800 : 3 : 2,763 3,475 2,585 : -26
May : 21,265 23,599 25,485 : + 8 : 1,704 1,939 1,880: 3 : 2,683 3,803 2,950: -22
June : 21,399 23,279 23,40 : : 1,724 1,911 1,830 : 4 : 2,717 3,650 3,095 : -15
July: 19,528 19,919 22,065 : +11 : 1,630 1,903 1,855 : 3 : 2,256 2,834 2,645 : 7
Aug. : 19,235 21,248 22,290 : + 5 : 1,545 1,707 1,630: 5 : 2,388 3,032 2,895 5
Sept.: 18,673 20,064 21,080 : + 5 : 1,646 1,530 1,555 : + 2 : 2,551 2,841 2,775 : 2
Oct. : 19,684 20,759 21,045 : + 1: 1,495 1,426 1,530 : + 7 : 2,374 2,718 2,545 : 6
Nov. : 20,009 21,547 21,320: 1: 1,522 1,219 1,400 : +15 : 2,792 2,904 2,705 : 7
Dec. : 22 862 24 399 24,315 : 0 : 1,732 1,276 ,15 4 3,015 3,123 3,04 : 2
Year : 244,470 273,080 : : 19,000 19455 : : 32,271 32,755
:267,883 : + 2 : 20,198 4 : 37,527 : -13


Cottage cheese curd


Creamed cottage cheese


: Evaporated whole milk


66,187
69,271
80,192
72,112
73,694
73,209
71,446
69,523
66,356
64,583
62,920
60,243

829.736


66,835
70,430
76,120
70,825
76,990
75,150
72,070
72,505
66,980
69,385
63,915
60,500
841,705


:+ 1
: +2
:- 5
:- 2
:+ 4
: +3
: +1
:+4
: +1
: +7
: +2
: 0

S+1


:120,77
: 120,70
:132,48
:150,00
:184,81
:182,52
:160,24
:149,88
: 136,27
:123,71
:110,91
:120,62
:1,692,97


2 115,374 105,200
'3 113,687 102,600
.3 142,226 119,800
'5 158,949 146,500
4 187,968 167,200
7 191,671 173,300
8 155,842 152,000
9 160,308 141,900
5 133,438 115,500
4 123,628 97,000
5 104,869 85,000
9 108,183 92,900
4 1,498,900
1,696,143


See footnotes at end of table.


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48,726
49,490
62,816
55,176
55,904
55,580
53,865
52,541
50,835
50,428
48,771
45,625
629,757


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


49,665
52,460
56,770
53,080
57,275
55,230
53,795
53,785
50,640
52,265
48, 790
45,900
629,655


49,533
51,593
59,569
53,799
55,397
55,233
52,841
51,859
49,649
48,508
47,100
45,115

620.196


: 0
:+2
: 5 :
:-1 :
+3
: 0 :
+2:
:+4
+2
+8
+4
"+2"

+2


65,154
66,095
84,505
74,485
74,247
73,658
72,043
69,709
67,337
66,030
63,583
60,511
837,357


:- 9
: -10
: -16
:- 8
: -11
: -10
: -2
: -11
: -13
: -22
: -19
: -14

:-12


- --'-


Table 9.-Specified dairy products:





Table 9.-Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, 1965-67 1/ -- Continued

Condensed whole milk Spray-dried nonfat milk
: (case goods) Dry whole milk for human food
Month: :1967 : : :1967 : : :1967
1965 1966 :1967 :chge.: 1965 1966 1967 :chge.: 1965 1966 1967 :chge.
: : : m: : : :frm : : :from
: :1966 : : :1966 : :1966
1,000 1,000 1,000 :Per- : 1,000 1,000 1,000 :Per- : 1,000 1,000 1,000 :Per-
: pounds pounds pounds :cent : pounds pounds pounds :cent : pounds pounds pounds :cent
Jan. : 8,615 9,394 4,650 : -51 : 7,981 9,593 6,700 : -30 : 182,395 127,611 131,000 : + 3
Feb. : 4,627 9,275 2,900 : -69 : 7,715 8,169 6;700 : -18 : 174,571 119,570 126,000 : + 5
Mar. : 7,661 9,246 3,950 : -57 : 8,365 8,383 8,000 : 5 : 194,966 140,720 142,000 : + 1
Apr. : 10,170 9,427 6,600 : -30 : 8,266 9,307 8,800 : 5 : 205,453 160,155 169,000 : + 6
May : 9,251 11,150 6,900 : -38 : 7,658 9,953 10,200 : + 2 : 229,623 181,198 190,000 : + 5
June : 5,295 11,182 6,200 : -45 : 7,727 10,319 7,150 : -31 : 213,716 186,255 197,000 : + 6
July : 9,276 11,631 7,900 : -32 : 6,470 7,051 8,200 : +16 : 165,431 127,477 154,000 : +21
Aug. : 8,593 12,216 3,350 : -73 : 5,635 7,334 5,100 : -30 : 125,857 108,374 127,000 : +17
Sept.: 5,440 12,149 3,250 : -73 : 5,754 6,778 4,700: -31 : 96,031 84,949 98,000 : +15
Oct. : 7,601 12,343 4,300 : -65 : 6,535 6,275 5,400: -14 : 97,738 90,364 99,000 : +10
Nov. : 9,101 11,125 5,900 : -47 : 7,770 5,555 5,700 : + 3 : 101,309 90,761 99,000 : + 9
Dec. : 10,318 9,459 7,800 : -18 : 8,746 5,633 6,100 : + 8 : 125,357 121,178 122,000 : + 1
95,948 63,700 : : 88,622 82,750 : :1,912,447 1,654,000
S128,597 : -50 : 94,350 : -12 1,538,612 : + 7

Total nonfat dry milk :Dry skim milk Dry buttermilk
: for human food : for animal feed


Jan. :189,300 132,284 135,200 : + 2 : 1,890 1,963 2,500 : +27 : 8,298 6,229 6,000 : -
Feb. : 180,947 123,970 129,600 : + 5 : 1,521 1,741 1,600 : 8 : 7,873 6,077 5,900 : 3
Mar. : 202,037 145,763 145,700 : 0 : 1,887 2,090 1,900 : 9 : 8,731 6,978 6,500 : 7
Apr. : 213,689 165,917 173,000 : + 4 : 1,996 2,280 2,300 : + 1 : 9,245 7,604 6,800 : -11
May : 239,294 188,251 195,100 : + 4 : 2,389 2,632 2,200 :-16 : 9,191 7,902 6,700 : -15
June : 222,822 192,638 202,450 : + 5 : 2,115 2,680 3,200 :+19 : 8,942 8,795 7,200 :-18
July : 171,800 131,822 157,500 : +19 : 1,993 2,735 2,800 : + 2 : 7,069 6,072 5,700 : 7
Aug. : 131,162 112,564 130,100 : +16 : 2,028 2,401 2,500 : + 4 : 5,917 5,735 5,600 : 2
Sept.: 100,273 88,505 100,300 : +13 : 2,392 1,999 2,100 : + 5 : 5,103 5,180 4,400 : -15
Oct. : 101,731 93,955 100,800 : + 7 : 2,021 2,015 2,000 : 1 : 5,487 4,947 4,700 : 5
Nov. : 105,508 94,328 100,600 : + 7 : 2,288 1,855 2,400 : +29 : 5,406 4,837 4,800 : 1
Dec. : 129,945 125,107 123,900 : 1 : 2,094 1,992 2,000 : : 6,180 5,837 5,400 : 7
Year :1,988,508 1,694,250 : : 24,614 27,500 : : 87,442 69,700 :
er : 1,595,104 : + 6 : 26,383 : + 4 : 76,193 : 9


_/ 1965-66 from enumerations, 1967 are revised estimates. Data for Alaska and Hawaii are included.
2/ Excludes cottage and full skim American.
/ Whole milk cheese including Cheddar, Colby, washed curd, Jack, Monterey, and granular cheese.

SIncludes part-skim American types.


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Table 10.-Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported
stocks at end of month, United States, 1965-67 1/


Evaporated whole milk : Condensed whole milk Dry whole milk 2/
(case goods) (case goods)
Month
: 1 : : : :
: 1965 : 1966 : 1967 : 1965 : 1966 : 1967 : 1965 : 1966 : 1967
S: : ...... ll : : : : :_I


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





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





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


: 1,000

:154,-506
:123, 758
: 99,822
:113,579
:165,920
:199,004
:224,860
:235,559
:228,200
:200,561
:162,553
Slth.- 7c


1,000

103,19
61,912
40,235
73,610
128,337
205,816
223,395
217,170
245,104
253,361
230,780
1Q9.874


1,000


119,633
81,868
123,955
174,151
228,626
266,821
281,751
292,204
265,280
219,182
iQO.Pk6


1,000
pounds
7,330
5,828
5,722
6,980
7,716
7,916
9,073
8,519
7,337
7,471
7,479
*^o.li4


1,000
pounds
5,172
5,448
6,573
5,792
8,531
8,351
6,101
6,880
5,998
7,021
7,175
I.'T78R


1,000 :


15, 461:
13,755:
9,799:
10,989:
12,004:
14,449:
13,612:
10,393:
8,706:
8,934:
's.780!


1,000


7,739
6,793
8,830
7,716
7,769
7,582
6,847
5,950
4,937
4,347
'.000


1,000


6,231
5,883
6,658
9,164
8,699
8,803
8,171
7,897
8,432
8,257
6.0Qq


1,000


6,983
7,217
8,794
10,920
9,391
10,206
8,551
7,350
7,220
6,525
6.116


Spray-dried nonfta l Roller-dried nonfat Total nonfat dry milk
for human food milk for human food for human food


114,863 57,903 116,975 4,227 1,910 1,706 119,090 59,813 118,681
124,009 52,276 109,347 4: ,396 1,538 2,336 128,405 53,814 111,683
110,144 46,209 97,390 4,447 1,245 2,182 114,591 47,454 99,572
:117,136 77,576 112,880 5,608 1,826 2,861 : 122,744 79,402 115,741
:147,287 109,257 133,660 6,725 3,194 4,207 154,012 112,451 137,867
:147,989 136,474 153,219 6,261 3,307 4,401 : 154,250 139,781 157,620
:130,636 140,356 157,977 5,804 3,206 4,371 :136,440 143,562 162,348
:104,839 126,460 148,522 : 5,009 2,858 4,062 1 09,848 129,318 152,584
: 70,436 116,011 132,593 3,549 2,371 3,441 : 73,985 118,382 136,034
: 62,448 114,552 113,611 2,932 2,263 2,455 :65,380 116,815 116,066
: 57,025 109,749 97,405 : 2,155 2,418 2,288 59,180 112,167 99,693
: 56,021 115,599 98,830 2,150 2,626 2,289 :58,171 118,225 101,119

S Dry skim milk .
for animal feed Dry buttermilk

* : :


1,006
983
959
1,094
1,422
1,800
1,608
1,588
1,148
1,099
885
724


758
707
712
790
1,099
1,172
1,252
1,158
1,124
1,252
1,153
1,042


1,228
1,323
1,182
1,508
1,826
2,450
2,957
3,159
2,851
2,384
2,039
1,502


6,456
6,975
7,200
8,139
9,322
9,377
8,056
6,165
4,047
3,172
3,257
2,919


3,013
3,362
3,149
3,590
4,788
5,150
5,079
4,819
4,999
5,369
6,521
8,060


9,368
11,378
11,547
13,390
14,274
13,293
11,416
9,210
7,649
6,823
6,294
5,649


/ 1967 revised to include data for firms not reporting previously.
2/ Includes packaged goods.


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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, 1966-67
Butter and byproducts l/ Total cheese

SMilk price Average :Milkfat price ilk price : Average : Milkfat price
Nbnth : per cwt. fat test :per pound : per cwt. fat test per pound

1966 : 1967 : 1966 1967 1966 1967 1966 1967 1966 1967 1966 1967
: Doilars Percent Dollars : Dollars Percent Dollars
Jnay..:


January ....:
February ...:
March ......:
April ......:
MIy ........:
June .......:
July ......*:
August .....:
September ..:
October ....
November ...
December ...:


3.71
3.67
3.64
3.62
3.60
3.56
3.57
3.64
3.73
3.84
3.85
3.82


3.75
3.70
3.66
3.63
3.63
3.59
3.59
3.63
3.71
3.79
3.81
3.79


0.94
.97
.99
1.00
1.02
1.05
1.15
1.17
1.19
1.14
1.12
1.12


1.11
1.11
1.1U
1.11

1.11
1.11
1.11

1.10
1.10
1.11


3.78
3.84
3.88
3.73
3.72
3.81
4.03
4.27
4.39
4.46
4.39
4.33


4.26
4.11
4.04
4.00
3.96
3.94
3.95
3.99
4.07
4.17
4.20
4.25


American cheese 1/


3.78
3.73
3.68
3.65
3.64
3.62
3.62
3.68
3.77
3.90
3.92
3.88


3.81
3.74
3.69
3.66
3.65
3.63
3.64
3.67
3.76
3.86
3.90
3.87


.00o 1.12
1.03 1.10
1.05 1.09
1.02 1.09
1.02 1.08
1.05 1.09
1.11 1.09
1.16 1.09
1.16 1.08
1.14 1.08
1.12 1.08
1.12 1.10


Swiss cheese


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


Brick and M1nster cheese


Italian cheese


January ..***
February *..:
March ......:
April ......:
May ........:
June .......:
July..e..:
August .....s
September ..:
October ..*.:
November ...:
December ..:


See footnotes


at end of table.


3.49
3.56
3.60
3.62
3.67
3.73
4.09
4.27
4.43
4.38
4.33
4.27


4.17
4.10
4.07
4.03
4.01
3.98
3.98
4.02
4.10
4.18
4.19
4.21


3.76
3.82
3.86
3.70
3.70
3.80
4.04
4.29
4.41
4.50
4.42
4.35


4.24
4.07
4.01
3.97
3.94
3.92
3.94
3.98
4.06
4.16
4.18
4.22


3.79
3.74
3.69
3.66
3.66
3.64
3.64
3.72
3.81
3.93
3.94
3.89


3.83
3.75
3.70
3.67
3.66
3.65
3.67
3.70
3.79
3.89
3.91
3.87


0.99
1.02
1.05
1.01
1.01
1.04
1.11
1.15
1.16
1.15
1.12
1.12


1.11
1.09
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.07
1.07
1.08
1.07
1.07
1.07
1.09


3.85
3.89
3.91
3.82
3.79
3.87
3.98
4.18
4.29
4.37
4.35
4.32


4.26
4.13
4.09
4.03
4.00
3.95
3.93
3.95
4.00
4.10
4.21
4.27


3.77
3.69
3.64
3.61
3.57
3.51
3.50
3.53
3.62
3.77
3.83
3.85


3.78
3.70
3.65
3.60
3.58
3.53
3.52
3.55
3.63
3.75
3.86
3.85


1.02
1.05
1.07
1.06
1.06
1.10
1.14
1.18
1.19
1.16
1.14
1.12


1.13
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.11
1.10
1.09
1.09
1.11


3.85
3.93
3.97
3.80
3.78
3.85
4.03
4.27
4.40
4.46
4.39
4.38


4.24
4.10
4.04
3.98
3.92
3.90
3.89
3.95
4.00
4.14
4.22
4.28


3.69
3.61
3.59
3.55
3.52
3.48
3.48
3.52
3.62
3.75
3.80
3.80


3.69
3.65
3.62
3.57
3.55
3.49
3.49
3.54
3.62
3.72
3.76
3.77


1.o4
1.09
1.11
1.07
1.07
1.ll
1.16
1.21
1.22
1.19
1.16
1.15


1.15
1.12
1.12
1.11
1.10
1.12
1.11
1.12
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.14


3.83
3.90
3.95
3.81
3.78
3.87
4.07
4.24
4.37
4.38
4.32
4.27


4.34
4.23
4.14
4.13
4.06
4.02
4.04
4.07
4.15
4.25
4.27
4.32


3.75
3.69
3.67
3.63
3.61
3.59
3.58
3.63
3.71
3.83
3.88
3.83


3.76
3.71
3.69
3.66
3.63
3.60
3.61
3.65
3.72
3.81
3.84
3.83


1.02
1.06
1.08
1.05
1.05
1.08
1.14
1.17
1.18
1.14
1.11
1.11


1.15
1.14
1.12
1.13
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.11
1.13


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Table 1l.4Manufacturing grade milk used in selected dairy products: Average
prices paid farmers and average fat tests, United States, by months, 1966-67-Continued

All other miscellaneous cheese Total miscellaneous types of cheese 2/
: Milk price : Average : Milkfat price: Milk price : Average : Milkfat price
Month per cwt. : fat test : per pound : per ct. : fat test : per pound
1966 : 1967 : 1966 : 1967 1966 : 1967 1966 : 1967 1966 1967 : 1966 1967
: Dollars Percent Dollars Dollars Percent Dollars

January ..: 3.74 4.29 3.87 3.85 .97 .11 : 3.82 4.30 3.77 3.78 1.01 1.14
February : 3.79 4.17 3.83 3.78 .99 1.10 : 3.88 4.18 3.71 3.71 1.05 1.13
March ....: 3.79 4.09 3.77 3.72 1.01 1.10 : 3.91 4.11 3.67 3.68 1.07 1.12
April ....: 3.68 4.03 3.74 3.68 .98 1.10 : 3.79 4.07 3.63 3.64 1.04 1.12
May ......: 3.62 3.99 3.70 3.66 .98 1.09 : 3.76 4.02 3.60 3.61 1.04 1.11
June .....: 3.68 3.95 3.68 3.64 1.00 1.09 : 3.84 3.98 3.57 3.57 1.08 1.11
July ....*: 3.91 3.95 3.67 3.68 1.07 1.07 : 4.01 3.98 3.56 3.58 1.13 1.11
August ...: 4.19 4.01 3.71 3.72 1.13 1.08 : 4.22 4.01 3.60 3.62 1.17 1.11
September : 4.29 4.07 3.82 3.82 1.12 1.07 : 4.34 4.08 3.69 3.70 1.18 1.10
October ..: 4.38 4.19 3.93 3.91 1.11 1.07 : 4.38 4.18 3.83 3.80 1.14 1.10
November : 4.37 4.23 3.98 3.99 1.10 1.06 : 4.34 4.24 3.88 3.87 1.12 1.10
December : 4.28 4.25 3.94 3.96 1.09 1.07 : 4.29 4.29 3.85 3.86 1.11 1.11
Evaporated milk 3 All manufacturing grade milk 4/

January ..: 3.82 4.31 4.04 4.02 .95 1.07 : 3.63 4.22 3.74 3.76 .97 1.12
February : 3.81 4.18 3.96 3.92 .96 1.07 : 3.69 4.12 3.70 3.71 1.00 1.11
March ....: 3.78 4.09 3.83 3.82 .99 1.07 : 3.73 4.07 3.65 3.68 1.02 1.11
April ....: 3.69 4.02 3.75 3.76 .98 1.07 : 3.68 4.01 3.62 3.65 1.02 1.10
May ......: 3.69 4.01 3.76 3.77 .98 1.06 : 3.69 3.98 3.61 3.63 1.02 1.10
June .....: 3.74 3.98 3.73 3.73 1.00 1.07 : 3.77 3.95 3.57 3.60 1.06 1.10
July .....: 3.94 3.98 3.73 3.75 1.06 1.06 : 4.04 3.94 3.58 3.60 1.13 1.09
August ...: 4.16 4.02 3.82 3.81 1.09 1.06 : 4.25 3.99 3.65 3.64 1.16 1.10
September : 4.32 4.10 3.96 3.95 1.09 1.04 : 4.40 4.05 3.74 3.73 1.18 1.09
October ..: 4.46 4.22 4.15 4.09 1.07 1.03 : 4.42 4.15 3.86 3.82 1.15 1.09
November : 4.42 4.26 4.15 4.12 1.07 1.03 : 4.36 4.17 3.86 3.83 1.13 1.09
December : 4.41 4.28 4.10 4.05 1.08 1.06 : 4.31 4.20 3.82 3.81 1.13 1.10

i/ Revisions for 1966, by States and by months, for butter and byproducts and American cheese, were
published by the Chicago Dairy office in the August 1967 issue "Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and
Cheese Plants" released September 29, 1967. Data for 1967 are preliminary.
2/ Includes all types of natural cheese except American.
/ Revisions for 1966 by States and by months, for evaporated milk, were published in the August
1967 issue of the "Evaporated, Condensed, and Dry Milk Report" released September 29, 1967. Data for
1967 are preliminary.
4/ Represents average prices received and average fat tests of all manufacturing grade milk sold by
farmers, including premiums, before hauling costs are deducted. Current prices and fat tests for this
series, with parity price equivalents, are published each month in the "Agricultural Prices" report.
The 1966 figures are revised and 1967 preliminary.


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Table.12.-Evaporated whole milk: Manufacturers' averaLe selling price per case of ):8 14-oz.
cans in carlots, annual avcria :e by geographic divisions, 1965-57; by months: U. S.
19-5-67, divisions 1967 J/
(Dollars)
Year United States Divisions
or :
month : 1965 : 1966 1967 New i Md. 2 So. E. No. :W. No. So. No. 2/ So. 3/
; : Eng. t Atl. Al. : Cent. :Cent. i Cent.: det est West

1965 .....: 6.09 : 6.05 5.96 6.02 6.06 6.18 6.17 5.34 6.15
1966 ....... 6.73 : 6.80 6.63 6.71 6.66 6.72 6.79 6.96 6.72
1967 .....: 7.05 7.18 6.97 7.08 6.93 7.01 7.12 7.34 6.99
January ..: 6.09 6.14 7.05 :7.18 6.98 7.08 6.93 7.01 7.12 7.29 7.00
February .: 6.09 6.33 7.05 : 7.18 6.97 7.08 6.93 7.01 7.12 7.29 7.00
March ....: 6.09 6.46 7.05 : 7.18 6.96 7.08 6.93 7.01 7.12 7.29 6.99
April ....: 6.09 6.55 7.05 : 7.18 6.97 7.08 :t.38 7.01 7.12 7.35 7.00
May ......: 6.07 6.63 7.05 : 7.18 6.97 7.08 6.88 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.99
June .....: 6.07 6.64 7.05 : 7.18 6.96 7.08 6.88 7.01 7.12 7.35 7.01
July .....: 6.07 6.78 7.05 7.18 6.96 7.08 6.88 7.01 7.12 7.35 7.00
August ...s 6.08 6.93 7.05 7.18 6.97 7.08 5.93 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.98
September.: 6.11 7.07 7.06 :7.18 6.97 7.08 6.98 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.98
October ..: 6.13 7.06 7.06 : 7.18 6.97 7.08 6.98 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.98
November .s 6.11 7.07 7.06 7.18 6.97 7.08 6.98 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.98
December .2 6.12 7.06 7.06 7.18 6.96 7.08 6.98 7.01 7.12 7.35 6.98

l/ 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. Annual
data are straight averages.
2 Includes Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon.
Includes Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and California.


Table 13.-Dry whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound, f.o.b. plant,
United States, by months, 1965-67 .1
(Cents)

:Packages over 5-lb. (including barrels & drums) Total dry whole milk 2/
Month
o : 1965 1966 1967 1965 1966 1967

January ..... 3 30.61 32.90 39.52 33.15 36.79 41.52
February .... : 30.14 33.41 39.66 32.21 35.69 41.50
March ....... 30.24 34.19 38.98 34.27 35.99 4o.61
April ....... 2 27.96 35.64 38.58 : 30.85 38.38 39.99
May ......... 31.16 34.53 38.16 2 33.91 36.64 39.92
June ........ : 31.05 35.92 38.27 33.32 37.05 38.27
July ........ : 31.19 37.71 38.95 34.02 42.49 39.00
August ...... : 32.23 39.20 39.13 : 34.61 42.56 40.26
September ... t 32.25 41.10 39.32 34.53 45.04 37.71
October ......: 32.20 41.46 39.89 35.08 43.21 42.96
November .... : 32.86 40.68 39.63 35.88 42.18 42.72
December .... : 32.54 40.12 40.02 36.19 42.76 41.12
St. av. ....* 31.20 37.24 39.18 34.00 39.90 40.63


weighted
V/


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





Table 14.-Nonfat dry milk and dry buttermilk: Manufacturers' average selling price
per pound, f.o.b. plant, by months, 1965-67


Month


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

St. av.


Spray pi


1965
14.54
14.60
14.45
14.51
14.54
14.55
14.57
14.72
14.76
14.86
14.95
15.00


1966
15.13
15.23
15.57
16.88
17.25
17.43
19.51
20.26
20.65
19.96
20.40
20.07


14.67 18.20


(Cents)
Nonfat dry milk for human food, United States 1/
process Roller process
S1967 1965 1966 : 1967 196
20.00 : 4.36 15.01 20.12 14.
19.89 : 14.17 15.07 19.85 : 14.
19.97 :14.09 15.71 19.54 : 14.
19.92 :14.13 16.67 19.68 : 14.
19.94 :14.19 16.97 19.65 : 14.
19.93 :14.15 17.28 19.55 : 14.
19.88 : 14.23 19.56 19.59 : 14.
19.85 : 14.30 19.99 19.49 : 14.
19.93 : 14.39 20.24 19.51 : 14.
19.95 : 14.65 20.10 19.52 : 14.
19.93 14.76 20.26 19.79 : 14.
19.83 14.96 19.88 19.39 : 15.


19.92 : 14.36


18.06 19.64


5
54
59
44
50
53
54
56
71
75
85
94
oo


14.66


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

St. av.


1965
11.84
11.18
11.06
11.46
11.57
11.14
11.36
11.93
12.37
11.76
12.40
12.58


Dry skim for animal feed,
United States 1/
: 1966 :
12.51
11.66
13.37
13.42
13.67
14.06
15.36
16.54
15.92
15.93
15.14
16.04


1967
16.17
15.91
15.89
15.70
14.77
13.92
15.53
14.20
14.83
14.90
13.98
14.2-;


Nonfat dry milk
spray process,
1965
14.23
14.27
14.25
14.22
14.28
14.21
14.24
14.31
14.21
14.31
14.42
I L '1


for human consumption,
in carlots, Chicago area 2/
1966 : 1967
14.54 19.57
14.59 19.46
14.81 19.48
16.02 19.47
16.70 19.44
16.81 19.47
18.83 19.46
19.63 19.46
19.73 19.37
19.64 19.42
19.7k 19.5
19.58 19.46


S 11.72 14.47 15.00
:Dry buttermilk, United States /


Human food

1965 1966 1967


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

St. av. ...


14.32
14.30
14.31
14.31
14.19
14.23
14.28
14.26
14.46
14.53
14.82
14.71


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


14.40


19.65
19.10
18.60
18.23
17.98
17.43
17.44
17.50
18.10
18.20
18.25
18.12


s18.5 18.22


Animal feed

1965 1966 1967 1965
12.55 13.12 16.50 : 14.04
12.12 13.16 16.15 :14.06
12.22 13.65 15.81 14.06
11.90 14.36 14.90 14.11
12.31 14.47 13.94: 14.01
11.97 14.71 13.83 :13.95
11.96 16.43 14.48 : 14.08
12.10 16.41 13.57 13.94
12.74 16.65 13.25 :14.28
12.05 16.80 13.46 : 14.24
12.73 16.66 13.62 :14.52
12.75 16.81 13.55 : 14.56

12.28 15.27 14.42 14.is


Total
1966
14.81
14.97
15.65
16.67
17.14
17.96
19.91
20.45
19.93
20.37
20.14
IQ.85


1967

19.38
18.77
18.24
17.60
17.49
17.10
17.11
17.02
17.67
17.83
17.79
17.81


1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to derive averages, and segments also weighted
by shipments to derive combined prices.
2/ (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.) Fiscal month from 26th of preceding
month through 25th of current month.


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Total
1966
15.13
15.23
15.57
16.87
17.24
17.43
19.51
20.25
20.64
19.96
20.40
20.07


18.19


1967
20.00
19.89
19.96
19.92
19.94
19.92
19.88
19.85
19.92
19.95
19.93
19.8


19.92


18.15 17.82


--


. .
,


*


--~--


*





COLD STORAGE HOLDINGS


Table 15.-End-of-month cold storage holdings, dairy


products, United States, 1965-67 I/


Creamery butter


American cheese


Month


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



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



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



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


.*
. *
:*
:I


1965
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


: 1966
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


: 1966
1,000
pounds


: 1967
1,000
pounds
35,100
54,689
76,246
102,917
151,237
191,647
228,483
233,185
212,375
200,513


196$
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


Swiss cheese Other varieties of cheese
_ _____ ___ _ _ _ _


9,700
9,549
8,870
8,974
10,058
9,422
11,009
10,566
9,851
8,222
7,197
6.720


9,483
6,667
4,541
4,o85
5,298
12,103
15,581
16,401
15,098
13,290
13,131
7. 546


7,095
8,118
8,330
10,440
13,666
11,983
12,237
13,761
13,991
15,026
14,608
12.405


11,548
14,808
12,101
12,86
12,934
12,662
11,764
12,491
13,345
12,147
11,413
10.87


30,761
29,544
31,200
30,384
32,664
36,080
36,264
40,135
36,209
33,188
30,952
30.854


31,078
31,188
31,972
33,535
33,894
36,555
38,103
39,332
37,294
38,261
38,318
38.015


38,873
37,753
37,328
39,386
39,690
41,080
41,796
41,250
40,015
37,558
36,015
5.255


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


8,809
4,308
1,257
632
2,822
11,257
21,425
23,051
24,858
24,795
24,047
21.621


15,231
9,218
2,405
2,224
7,868
13,974
22,639
30,493
30,851
31,011
28,851
23,830


1,213
1,043
949
1,003
1,228
1,189
1,185
937
849
716
603
631


555
410
563
636
738
1,284
1,974
2,048
1,310
1,250
995
1.064


1,189
933
1,042
1,254
1,397
1,649
1,801
1,531
1,755
1,218
1,062
964


Fluid cream Plastic cream


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


7,664
8,697
9,561
12,115
15,197
16,596
15,530
13,413
10,731
8,891
7,261
6.954


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


1,795
1,802
1,618
1,572
1,601
1,632
1,423
2,274
1,014
1,598
1,530
963


i/ Excludes Alaska


and Hawaii.


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.: Creamery butter


- ----


267,948
244,260
235,378
258,932
282,437
321,116
340,937
349,440
347,081
335,516
325,375
322.248


aI'---


: 1967
1,000
pounds

317,423
308,647
317,936
335,101
355,361
384,838
399,756
404,109
386,106
370,030
354~,335





Table 16..--Average daily sales and fat tests for groups of fluid items,
specified marketing areas under Federal or State regulation, 1966-67 //
: Whole milk Skim milk and low fat items

1966 1967 1966 1967
Marketing area 2/ :
M'fat M'fat M'fat : M'fat
:Quantity: test :Quantity: test :Quantity: test :Quantity: test
: 1,0000 1,001,000 1,000
HEW EAGLAND :: pounds et. und Pt. pounds Pct. pounds Pet.
ass.-R. I.-N. H. 3/ ........: 5,005 3.63 4,890 3.59 269.8 .73 322.5 .86
Connecticut ....... .......: 2,342 3.54 2,292 3.52 137.1 .86 162.6 .99
MIDDLE ATIANTIC:
Federal area in New York ....: 10,927 10,495 -
Niagara Frontier, New York V/: 1,000 3.61 975 3.50 60.5 .58 71.7 .80
Rochester, New York 4/ ......: 479 3.56 485 3.51 53.1 .36 53.9 .38
New Jersey 4/ ...............: 5,234 5,054 425.0 476.1 -
Phila. & Wilm. Pa.-Del. 5/ ..: 2,282 3.54 2,128 3.50 163.2 .84 172.7 .87
EAST NORTH CETRL:
Six Ohio areas ............: 6,517 3.52 6,252 3.52 816.7 1.51 950.0 1.53
Three Indiana areas .........: 2,774 3.44 2,582 3.44 631.4 1.79 798.4 1.81
Southern Illinois ...........: 1,129 3.32 1,130 3.32 333.8 1.91 457.6 1.39
Three Michigan areas ........: 6,215 3.52 6,033 3.52 612.9 .92 698.5 1.04
Three Wisconsin areas .......: 2,313 3.48 2,221 3.45 557.3 1.63 608.1 1.63
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas .........: 1,275 3.47 1,187 3.38 469.9 1.33 554.0 1.43
Five Iowa areas .............: 1,382 3.54 1,331 3.51 374.5 1.49 428.7 1.57
Three Missouri areas ........: 2,778 3.35 2,663 3.34 620.2 1.78 705.6 1.82
Two South Dakota areas ......: 272 3.36 248 3.35 94.3 1.60 104.7 1.66
Nebraska-Western Iowa .......: 868 3.38 861 3.38 208.0 1.51 220.6 1.55
Two Kansas areas ............: 644 3.35 622 3.33 108.4 1.53 146.3 1.62
SOUTH ATNTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Md. ...: 1,316 3.57 1,287 3.54 94.0 1.31 102.4 1.26
Washington, D. C. ...........: 1,807 3.56 1,759 3.56 143.6 .80 165.2 1.01
Four West Virginia areas ....: 1,640 3.53 1,642 3.53 156.3 1.12 166.3 1.17
North Carolina 4 ...........: 2,249 2,284 456.8 466.2 -
South Carolina 4/ ...........: 1,205 1,214 192.3 188.2 -
Two Florida areas ...........: 1,977 3.72 2,042 3.68 283.0 .98 294.8 .98
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas ..: 1,668 3.49 1,631 3.42 265.8 1.44 290.3 1.48
Four Tennessee areas / .....: 1,753 3.60 1,707 3.59 289.8 .87 325.9 1.00
Mississippi (3 areas) 2/ ....* 955 3.80 931 3.78 135.1 1.22 141.8 1.32
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas ............: 442 3.53 440 3.50 64.0 1.43 68.9 1.45
Two Louisiana areas .........: 982 3.86 942 3.85 115.3 1.61 124.5 1.66
Okla. Met. & Red River Val. : 1,232 3.52 1,193 3.47 144.4 1.62 158.4 1.65
Seven Texas areas ...........: 3,270 3.42 3,143 3.41 651.6 1.75 733.6 1.75
MDUNITAIN:
Eastern Colorado ............: 1,067 3.36 1,046 3.37 212.5 1.43 229.2 1.48
Rio Grande, N. 1Mx.-Tex.-Colo: 858 3.51 830 3.50 69.2 1.67 72.4 1.59
Central Arizona .............: 870 3.50 828 3.49 154.7 1.45 194.4 1.27
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada ....: 530 3.47 513 3.45 211.2 1.86 233.5 1.88
PACIFIC:
Two Washington areas ........: 1,406 3.52 1,410 3.52 456.6 1.71 516.7 1.74
California 4/ ..............: 12,751 3.56 12,556 3.59 2,170.1 2,372.0 -
Total 76 areas
(67 Federal 9 State) 8/ .....: 91.414 3.53 88.847 3.52 12.202.6 1.44 13.776.8 1.46
See footnotes at end of table, page 23.


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Table 16.--Average daily sales and fat tests for groups of fluid items,
specified marketing areas under Federal or State regulation, 1966-67, Con. I
Milk and cream mixtures Cream items

rketing area 2 1966 1967 1966 1967

Quantity : M'fat: Quantity : M'fat: Quantity : M'fat: Quantity :M'fat
: ; test : : test : test : :test


: 1,000
NEW EtELAND: : ounds
Lass.-R. I.-N. H. 3/ ...........: 26.4
Connecticut ..................: 17.9


MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Niagara Frontier, New York 4/ ..:
Rochester, New York 4/ .........:
Delaware Valley, Pa.-Del.-N. J. :
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas .................:
Three Indiana areas ............
Southern Illinois .............:
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 4 ..............:
South Carolina 4 ..............
Two Florida areas ........ ..:
EAST SOItH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas .....:
Four Tennessee areas 6 ........:
Mississippi (3 areas) Z/ .......:
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 'Jashington areas ...........:
California 4/ ..................:


9.9
3.8
37.2

97.8
45.9
24.5
133.9
48.3

29.3
34.3
46.2
6.3
23.7
13.2

19.1
36.3
13.6
15.3
5.5
40.0

20*1
12.2
7.5

4.5
9.9
14.3
42.3

23.1
.10.4
14.2
7.4

33.7
292.1


Pet.
11.5
10.8

10.5
10.6
11.1

11.4
11.9
11.6
10.5
12.0

12.0
12.5
11.6
12.0
12.2
11.5

11.4
12.1
11.7


10.8

11.8
11.9
12.6

11.9
12.8
11.7
12.0

11.5
11.6
11.2
12.7


1,000
'pounds
22.0
22.2


10.3
3.7
35.0

86.9
41.3
24.4
121.3
41.6

27.1
31.2
42.9
5.8
22.1
12.6

17.3
34.8
12.5
14.0
6.2
39.4

18.1
11.4
6.9

4.0
9.5
12.9
38.5

20.5
9.0
12.8
7.0


pet
11.6
10.9

10.6
10.6
11.3

11.1
11.9
11.6
10.7
12.2

11.5
12.6
11.8
11.9
12.1
11.2

11.8
12.2
11.8


10.8

11.8
12.3
12.2

12.0
12.7
11.7
11.7

11.7
11.9
11.5
12.5


1,000
pounds
150.5
42.4


11.6
4.4
39.4

43.0
14.9
6.0
50.5
27.6

18.2
9.4
24.8
2.3
5.3
3.4

5.9
22.9
2.8
9.5
2.0
20.9


Pct.
21.8
23.1

22.8
24.7
22.2

20.8
21.8
23.0
21.9
23.5

26.8
21.9
20.0
27.4
22.6
24.2

24.1
21.5
21.8


23.5


5.8 24.5
7.6 25.9
3.5 26.6


1.6
4.2
6.7
21.8

7.0
3.3
5.3
7.1


28.3
24.5
24.2
26.7

25.1
26.7
23.3
29.5


1,000
pounds
139.9
35.8


11.5
4.4
31.9

42.0
12.4
6.0
49.7
27.2

17.4
9.4
24.3
2.2
5.4
4.1

4.5
20.6
2.4
9.7
1.7
19.9


21.6
24.3

22.7
24.5
22.4

20.5
22.1
22.8
21.3
22.8

26.2
21.6
19.5
26.4
22.1
23.2

23.8
21.6
23.3


23.6


5.3 24.7
6.8 26.0
3.6 25.7


1.6
3.8
6.5
22.4

9.0
3.2
5.5
7.1


28.7
24.6
23.5
26.1

23.1
26.4
23.7
29.5


11.9 32.0 11.9 19.3 27.5 18.3 27.7
12.0 274.8 12.0 108.7 25.2 107.2 25.3


Total 74 areas
(66 Federal 8 State) 8/ ........


:1,220.1 11.6 1,132.0 11.6 719.6 23.2 683.1 23.1


See footnotes at end of table, page 23.


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Table 16.--Average daily sales and fat tests for groups of fluid items,
specified marketing areas under Federal or State regulation, 1966-67, Con. VI
: Whole milk, skim milk and : Milk and cream mixtures
S low-fat items combined : and cream items combined
Marketing area 2 1966 1967 : 1966 : 1
Quantity : M'fat entity M'fat :Mantity: H'fat n y: M'fat
: tt test Q y test : i test : n test
:1,000 1.000 1,000 1.000


EW ENGLAD: : unds Pt. pounds Pct. pounds Pet. pounds Pet.
Mass.-R.I.-N.H. 3/ ...........: 5,275.2 J7 5,212.3 3.W2 176.9 20.3 161.9 20.2
Connecticut ..................: 2,479.1 3.39 2,454.4 3.35 60.3 19.4 58.0 19.2
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Niagara Frontier, New York 4/ : 1,060.7 3.44 1,046.2 3.32 21.4 17.2 21.8 17.0
Rochester, New York 4/ .......: 532.3 3.24 539.4 3.19 8.3 17.9 8.1 18.2
New Jersey 4/ ................: 5,659.0 5,529.9 -
Phila. & Wilm., Pa.-Del. .....: /2,445.1 3.36 5/2,300.9 3.30 76.7 16.8 66.9 16.6
EAST NCRTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas ..............: 7,333.8 3.30 7,202.2 3.26 140.8 14.3 128.9 14.2
Three Indiana areas ..........: 3,405.7 3.13 3,380.7 3.05 60.8 14.3 53.7 14.3
Southern Illinois ............: 1,462.6 3.00 1,587.2 2.76 30.4 13.9 30.4 13.8
Three Michigan areas .........: 6,827.6 3.29 6,731.4 3.26 184.3 13.6 171.0 13.8
Three Wisconsin areas ........: 2,870.0 3.12 2,829.0 3.06 75.9 16.2 68.8 16.4
WEST NORTH CENTRAL:
Two Minnesota areas ..........: 1,744.7 2.89 1,740.9 2.76 47.5 17.7 44.5 17.2
Five Iowa areas .............: 1,756.3 3.10 1,760.0 3.04 43.7 14.5 40.6 14.7
Three Missouri areas .........: 3,398.4 3.06 3,368.4 3.02 70.9 14.6 67.2 14.6
Two South Dakota areas ......: 366.7 2.90 353.1 2.85 8.6 16.1 8.0 15.9
Nebraska-Western Iowa ........: 1,075.9 3.02 1,081.8 3.01 29.0 14.1 27.5 14.1
Two Kansas areas ............. 752.6 3.09 768.8 3.00 16.5 14.2 16.7 14.1
SOUTH ATIANTIC:
Upper Chesapeake Bay, Mi. ....: 1,410.0 3.42 1,389.5 3.37 25.1 14.3 21.8 14.3
Washington, D. C. ............: 1,950.4 3.36 1,923.9 3.34 59.2 15.7 55.5 15.7
Four West Virginia areas .....: 1,796.7 3.32 1,807.9 3.31 16.3 13.5 14.9 13.7
North Carolina 4 ............: 2,705.6 2,749.8 24.8 23.7 -
South Carolina _/ ............: 1,397.5 1,402.4 7.5 7.9 -
Two Florida areas ............: 2,259.6 3.38 2,336.7 3.34 60.9 15.2 59.2 15.1
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas ...: 1,933.8 3.21 1,920.8 3.13 25.9 14.6 23.4 14.7
Four Tennessee areas 6/ ......: 2,042.7 3.21 2,033.0 3.17 19.8 17.3 18.3 17.3
Mississippi (3 areas) 7/ .....: 1,090.2 3.48 1,073.0 3.45 11.0 17.1 10.5 16.8
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Central Arkansas ............: 506.1 3.26 508.9 3.22 6.0 16.5 5.6 16.8
Two Louisiana areas ..........: 1,097.6 3.62 1,066.7 3.59 14.1 16.3 13.3 16.1
Okla. Met. & Red River Valley : 1,376.4 3.32 1,351.9 3.26 21.0 15.7 19.4 15.7
Seven Texas areas ............: 3,921.6 3.14 3,876.5 3.10 64.2 17.0 60.9 17.0
MOUNTAIN:' :
Eastern Colorado .............: 1,279.2 3.04 1,275.6 3.03 30.1 14.7 29.6 15.1
Rio Grande,N.Mex.-Tex.-Colo. : 926.8 3.37 902.5 3.35 13.7 15.2 12.2 15.7
Central Arizona ..............: 1,024.6 3.19 1,022.1 3.07 19.5 14.5 18.2 15.2
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada ....: 741.6 3.01 746.7 2.96 14.5 20.9 14.2 20.9
PACIFIC:
Two WashinLton areas ........: 1,862.6 3.08 1,927.1 3.04 53.1 17.5 50.3 17.6
California 4 ................: 14,921.1 3.56 14,928.2 3.59 400.9 15.6 382.0 15.7
Total 75 areas
(66 Federal 9 State) 8/ ...... 9/ ,639.7 3.30 2/92,129.5 3.26 1,939.7 15.9 1,815.0 16.0
1/ Data for Federal order markets compiled by Dairy Division, C&MS, USDA from reports by market
administrators. Data for State-regulated markets compiled by milk control agencies. Data are revised
for the year earlier, preliminary for the latest year. Data adjusted to a comparable basis where
:iar;ein_ areas have been chanCed significantly. 2/ Federal order market unless footnote indicates
otherwise. Markets combined in each group are listed on page 25. 3/ Sales for marketing area as
defined prior to 1967 amendment. 4 Data from State milk control agency. / Delaware Valley less
sales in New Jersey as reported by N.J. Office of Milk Industry. 6/ Excludes sales in Mississippi
portion of Memphis marketLn_ area. I/ Data from Federal and State sources. 8/ Average fat test for
markets where milkfat totals are. available. 2/ Totals do not include Federal market area in New York.


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Table 17.--Average daily receipts of milk from producers, number of producers, and average daily
receipts per producer for plants under Federal or State regulation 1966-67 1/
io : I-
:Receipts from producers Number of producers Receipts per producer
Market 2t: :967 i : :197 I :: i196
:1966 1967 as % of f 1966:1967 :as of 1966 :1967 :as % of
; 1966 .: 1966 1966


NEW ENGLAND:
Mass.- R. I. N. H. /*......**
Connecticut.................. ..
MIDDLE ATLANTIC:
Federal areas in New York 3/..
Niagara Frontier, New York4/..
Rochester, New York 4/.........
New Jersey V./.................
Phila. & Wilmington, Pa.-Del./j
EAST NORTH CENTRAL:
Six Ohio areas ................
Two Indiana areas..............
Three Michigan areas..........
Two 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. ..... 1
Washington, D. C ............
Four West Virginia areas.......;
North Carolina 44 0............
South Carolina /..............
Two Florida areas...............
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Kentucky-Indiana areas.....:
Four Tennessee areas /......
Mississippi 6/.................
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL:
Two Arkansas areas..............
Two Louisiana areas /............
Okla. Metro. & Red River Valley:
Seven Texas areas..............
MOUNTAIN:
Two Colorado areas.............
Rio Grande, N. Mex.-Texas-Colo.:
Central Arizona ...............
Great Basin, Utah-Nevada.......
PACIFIC:
Two Washington areas...........
Total 74 areas
(66 Federal: 8 State) 1


L, LAJ7


2,993

28,783
2,229
937
2,523
4,698

11,674
3,315
10,491
1,900

3,956
3,141
5,895
647
1,496
1,391

2,379
2,738
2,681
3,074
1,184
2,493

2,921
2,963
2,228

747
1,488
2,291
6,562

1,972
836
1,429
1,106

4,050


1,000
pound's
8,820
3,121

27,547
2,149
945
2,231
4,970

11,641
3,216
9,993
2,166

4,717
3,353
6,269
655
1,724
1,388

2,343
2,849
2,672
3,212
1,222
2,653

3,000
3,143
2,270

785
1,542
2,433
6,154

1,961
875
1,440
1,185

4.029


137.989 138.673


Percent
100
104

96
96
101
88
106

100
97
95
114

119
107
106
101
115
100

98
104
100
104
103
106

103
106
102

105
104
106
94

99
105
101
10J

99


Number

2,061

34,932
1,966
733
1,755
4,583

13,667
3,814
11,536
1,857

4,548
3,133
6,072
568
1,451
1,219

2,240o
1,793
3,377
2,670
722
271

3,598
3,186
2,243

924
1,403
2,038
4,321

1,629
411
215
990

2,829


100.5 137.539 130.448


Number Percent
8,134 97
2,070 100

31,966 92
1,759 89
705 96
1,568 89
4,391 96

13,422 98
3,535 93
10,623 92
1,977 106

5,030 111
3,245 104
5,922 98
540 95
1,501 103
1,203 99

2,059 92
1,766 98
3,182 94
2,523 94
657 91
260 96

3,471 96
3,071 96
2,115 94

896 97
1,311 93
2,030 100
3,588 83


Pounds
999
1,452

824
1,134
1,278
1,438
1,025

854
869
909
1,023

870
1,003
971
1,139
1,031
1,141

1,062
1,527
794
1,151
1,640
9,199

812
930
994

808
1,o61
1,124
1,519


1,424 87 1,211
315 77 2,034
199 93 6,647
964 97 1,117

2,626 93 1,432


Pounds Percent
1,034 104
1,508 104

862 105
1,222 108
1,341 105
1,423 99
1,132 110


867
910
941
1,096

938
1,033
1,059
1,213
1,149
1,154

1,138
1,613
840
1,273
1,860
10,204

864
1,023
1,073

876
1,176
1,199
1,715

1,377
2,778
7,236
1,229

1,534


102
105
104
107

108
103
109
106
il
111
101

107
106
106
ill
113
111
ln

106
o10
108

108
111
107
113

114
137
109
110

107


94.8 1.003 1.063 106.0


1/ Data for Federal order markets compiled by Dairy Division, C&MS, USDA from reports by market
administrators. Data for State-regulated markets compiled by milk control agency. Data are revised
for the year earlier, preliminary for the latest year shown.

2/ Federal order market unless footnote indicates otherwise. Markets combined in each group are listed
on page 25.
Federal totals less State data on receipts from New Jersey or Mississippi producers where applicable.
Data from State sources.
Receipts for marketing area as defined prior to 1967 amendment.
Data from Federal and State sources.


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MARKETS COMBINED IN SALES AND RECEIPTS TABLES


The following markets have been combined in Tables 16 and 17 of this report; Ohio-Cincinnati,
Columbus, Miami Valley, Northeastern, Northwestern and Youngstown-Warren; Indiana-Fort Wayne and
Indianapolis; Northwestern Indiana (Sales); Michigan-Upper Peninsula, Southern and Upstate;
Wisconsin-Madison and Northeastern; Milwaukee (Sales); 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; Florida-Southeastern Florida,
and Tampa Bay; Two Kentckai -Indiana areas-Louisville-Lexington-Evansville and aducah;
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.









Table 18.--Class I prices paid by dealers for milk used in fluid products,
annual averages by regions, 1965-67, by months: U. S. 1965-67, regions 1967 1/

(F.O.B. City--basis 3.5% fat)

S United States Regions
Year
or : : New : Mid. : Eat : West : South :East :West :Moun-
Month 1965 : 1966 : 1967 : ng. : Atl : North : North : Atl. :South:South:tain : Pacific
: : : : : Cent. : Cent. : :Cent.:Cent.:

Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol: olD.. ol. Dol Dol. Dol. Dol. Dol.

1965 .........: 5.39 :5.95 5.83 4.58 4.39 5.94 5.49 5.54 5.37 5.34
1966 .........: 5.82 6.46 6.20 5.22 5.11 6.31 5.90 6.24 5.96 5.47
1967 .........: 6.18 : 6.78 6.54 5.68 5.45 6.69 6.30 6.69 6.22 5.65






Monthly by regions for 1967

January.......: 5.47 5.56 6.15 6.83 6.52 5.64 5.37 6.66 6.22 6.67 6.29 5.6
February .....: 5.43 5.59 6.14 6.83 6.49 5.62 5.37 6.66 6.18 6.67 6.29 5.62
March ........: 5.30 5.59 6.02 6.61 6.37 5.50 5.21 6.65 6.07 6.33 6.15 5.61
April. ........ 5.18 5.59 6.02 6.61 6.30 5.49 5.33 6.51 6.25 6.58 6.12 5.61
May ..........: 5.10 5.50 6. 6. 6.81 6.44 5.58 5.34 6.73 6.26 6.56 6.19 5.62
June ........: 5.11 5.50 6.17 6.80 6.62 5.58 5.39 6.73 6.24 6.56 6.18 5.63
July .........: 5.28 5.77 6.17 6.81 6.61 5.58 5.40 6.73 6.25 6.56 6.19 5.63
August ......: 5.41 5.99 6.18 6.81 6.54 5.72 5.41 6.71 6.33 6.56 6.21 5.63
September ....: 5.49 6.13 6.28 6.81 6.64 5.85 5.56 6.71 6.45 6.90 6.22 5.64
October ......: 5.54 6.24 6.30 6.81 6.64 5.88 5.66 6.71 6.47 6.94 6.23 5.66
November .....: 5.58 6.23 6.31 6.81 6.64 5.88 5.69 6.73 6.47 6.94 6.27 5.66
December .....: 5.56 6.19 6.33 6.78 6.64 5.88 5.69 6.73 6.47 6.96 6.31 5.85

/ Regional and U. S. averages based on prices for individual markets weighted by population. Prices
for Federal order markets include reported producer association premiums above minima Class I
prices. Prices in this table do not represent returns to producers.
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Table 10.--Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk, 25 cities I/
Per half-gallon at stores


Annual Averages


1965 1966 1967 : Jan.


By months


Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug.


Sept.: Oct.


1965 ................. 46.2
1966 ................ 49.4 :
1967 ................ ~ 50.7:


Dec.


-----CENTS- --- -
Average for 25 cities
46.2 46.2 46.3 46.0 45.5 45.4 45.4 46.5 46.6 46.8 46.9 47.1
47.2 47.4 47.7 48.2 48.5 48.4 49.3 50.8 51.0 51.5 51.2 51.0
50.7 50.4 50.2 50.1 50.5 50.4 50,5 50.6 51.1 51.1 51.1 51.2


By city monthly for .967


Boston, Mass. ........
Hartford, Conn .....
N. Y. Metro 2/ ......
Philadelphia, Pa. ...
Pittsburgh, Pa. .....
Cleveland, Ohio .....
Indianapolis, Ind. ..
Chicago, Ill .......
Detroit, Mich ......
Milwaukee, Wis .....
Minneapolis, Minn...
Kansas City, Mo ....
Omaha, Nebr ........
Baltimore, Md. ......
Washington, D. C ...
Jacksonville, Fla...
Louisville, Ky. .....
New Orleans, La. ....
Dallas, Texas ......
Denver, Colo. ..,...
Salt Lake City, Vtah
Seattle, Wash. ....
Portland Ore ....
Los Angeles, Ca ...
San Francisco, Cal.


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48.1
48.3
50.5
48.5
37.7
38.5
47.0
35.9
39.6
35.4
43.7
47.0
53.2
49.0
58.0
45.4
53.0
47.2
43.0
49.0
47.5
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47.0
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47.7
50.1
50.7
53.8
50.7
43.2
41.8
50.2
41.6
43.3
39.6
45.4
47.4
57.2
52.6
60.8
49.3
54.8
54.0
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54.64
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47.8
50.0
51.1
56.1
53.0
47.7
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54.8
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42.2
38.8
45.5
44.5
53.2
51.0
64.3
49.3
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57.7
49.0
53.0
51.0
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50
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39-43
40
43-47
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47-49
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53
43-46
39-43
40
43-47
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49-53
63-65
47-49
59
55
48-50
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50
43-59
53-57
515

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44-46
39-43
40
43-47
39-48
52-62
52-58
63-65
47
59
57
48-50
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40
43-47
39-48
52
51
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48
59
57
48-50
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149


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50
43-59
57
54
44-49
51
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44-46
39-43
37
43-47
43-48
52
51
61-65
48
59
57
48-50
49-354
50-61
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50
43-57
57
54
46-49
51
55
44-47
39-43
37
43-47
43-48
52
51
64-65
48
59
57
48-50
53
4-54
50-61
481
50


46-50
50
43-57
57
54
45-52
49-53
57
47-48
41-46
37
43-47
43-48
52
51
64-65
49-53
59
57-61
48-50
53

485
50


46-50
50
43-57
57
54
45-52
48
57
47-48
41-46
37
45-49
43-48
52
51
64-65
49-53
59
59-60
48-50
53

485
50


46-50
50
43-57
57
54
45-52
48
57
47-49
41-46
39
45-49
43-48
52
51
63-65
50
59
59
48-50
53


50


46-50
50
43-58
57
54
45-52
48
57
47-49
41-46
39
45-49
43-48
52
51
63-65
49-50
59
59
48-50
53

50
51


/Prices are the latest reported to the 10th of each month. Grades and kind of count
/ Jew York Metropolitan-New York City plus Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties.


ners may differ by market.


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Table 11.--Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk, 25 cities 1/
Per half-gallon delivered to haoes

SAnnual Averages St months
City : .. -__ ;- -
S1965 1966 1967 Jan. : Feb. Mr. Apr. May June Ju Aug. Sept. Oct. ov. Dec.
.: .. O ct; N *
CE T8 -
Averages for 25 cities
1965 ................. 51.2 = 51.6 51.6 51.5 51.0 50.7 50.2 50.4 51.2 51.4 51.5 51.6 51.8
1966 ................. : 54.5 : 52.0 52.2 52.5 53.0 53.4 53.4 54.4 55.7 56.5 56.9 56.9 57.0
1967 ..... ......... 57,0: 56.8 56.6 56.6 .565 56.6 57.0 57.1 57.2 5 57.2 57.3 57.5

By city monthly for 1967

Boston, Mass ........ : 52.7 56.8 59.7 4 57-61 57-61 57-61 57-61 58-62 58-62 58-62 58-62 58-62 58-62 58-62 58-63
Hartford, Conn. ..... 57.3 61.2 63.7 : 64-66 64-66 64-66 64-66 59-67 59-67 59-67 59-67 59-67 59-67 59-67 59-67
N. Y. Metro. 2/ ..... : 51.2 54.3 54.7 : 50-61 49-61 49-61 49-61 49-61 51-63 51-63 51-63 49-55 49-56 49-56 49-56
Philadelphia, Pa. .. : 57.2 59.4 63.6 : 59-66 59-66 59-66 59-66 57-66 61-68 61-68 61-68 61-68 61-68 61-68 61-68
Pittsburgh, Pa. ..... : 51.0 53.1 56.4 : 55 54 54 54 54 58 58 58 58 58 58 58
Cleveland, Ohio ..... 42.8 49.0 53.8 : 51-54 51-54 51-54 .51-54 51-54 51-54 51-54 53-58 53-58 53-58 53-58 53-58
Indianapolis, Ind. .. 46.1 50.7 55.4 : 54 54 54 54 54 54 56 56 56-58 53-58 58 58
Chicago, Ill. ....... : 54.0 56.9 59.2 : 54-62 55-63 55-63 55-63 55-63 55-63 55-63 55-63 56-64 56-64 56-64 56-64
Detroit, Mich. ...... : 47.5 51.2 55.2 : 54 54 54 54-58 54 54 54 56 56 56 56 58
Milwaukee, is. ..... : 46.5 48.3 48.9 : 51 47-48 47-50 47-50 47-50 47-50 47-50 47-50 47-50 47-52 47-52 47-52
Minneapolis, Min. .. : 43.5 48.5 50.0 : 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
Kansas City, Mo. .... : 48.4 52.3 53.4 :53-56 53-56 53-56 50-55 50-55 50-55 50-55 50-55 50-55 52-56 52-56 52-56
Omaha, Nebr ........ : 48.0 50.2 50.0 : 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
Baltimore, Md. ...... : 56.2 60.2 63.3 : 62 62 62 62 63-65 63-65 63-65 63-65 63-65 63-65 63-65 63-65
Washington, D. C ... : 57.0 60.7 65.0 : 62-64 62-64 62-64 62-64 65-67 65-67 65-67 65-67 65-67 65-67 65-67 65-67
Jacksonville, Fla... : 57.1 59.7 62.2 : 62-63 62-63 62-63 62-63 62-63 62-63 61-63 61-63 60-63 60-63 62-63 62-63
Louisville, ..... : 49.0 53.6 56.5 : 56 56 56 56 56 6 56 '56 57-58 57-58 57-58 57-58
New Orleans, La. .... : 55.4 56.8 60.2 : 61 61 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
Dallas, Texas ..... : 48.8 56.1 59.7 : 59-60 59-61 59 59 59 59 59-60 59 59 59-61 59-61 63
Denver, Colo. ....... : 46.9 52.2 54.8 : 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 51-55
salt Lake City, Utah : 47.0 48.8 50.0 : 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
Seattle, Wash. ...... : 51.5 52.7 53.5 : 48-60 48-60 48-60 44-60 46-60 46-61 46-61 46-61 46-61 46-61 46-61 46-61
Portland, Ore. ...... : 56.0 59.2 61.6 : 62 62 62 62 62 62 64 58J-64 58&-64 58J-63 58-61 58+-61
Los Angeles, Cal. ... : 55.8 56.9 57.8 : 57 571 5 57 5 57-59 57-59 57-59 57-59 57-59 58-60
San Francisco, Cal.. : 53.2 54.0 55.8 : 55 5 55 55 55 5 55J 56 56 56 56 561
ShPrices are the latest reported to the 10th of each month. Grades and kind of containers may differ by market.
/ New York Metropolitan-New York City plus Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties.





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


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

U. .II 3 1262 0880
U, S, 1 3 1262 06860 B962


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


Hune Library
H.H.Wilkowske
Fla. Ag. Exp. Sta.
Univ. of Fla.
537 Gainesville FL 32601


a*U. COvmIINENT FRINTD IG OFFICE: 1968 30-75t (SRS-157)




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