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NOVEMBER 1969 SUMMARY






FEDERAL MILK ORDER


MARKET STATISTICS


NOVEMBER HIGHLIGHTS


MINIMUM CLASS I PRICE $6.84; BLEND, $6.25

PRODUCER DELIVERIES UP 2.0 PERCENT

PRODUCER MILK USED IN CLASS I DOWN 3.1 PERCENT

70 PERCENT OF DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I

IN-AREA FLUID MILK SALES DOWN 3.7 PERCENT


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* Sources of Milk, December 1968

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Issued January 1970
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table No.

Highlights . . . ......

1. Federal order minimum Class I prices for milk of 3.5 percent
butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other indicated point,
and butterfat differentials, December . ....

2. Federal order minimum Class and blend prices for milk of
3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other
indicated point, and butterfat differentials, November . .

3. Federal order minimum Class and blend prices for milk of
3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other indicated
point, January-November . .. . ...

4. Number of producers delivering milk to handlers regulated under
Federal orders, total deliveries, and average daily deliveries
per producer, November . . .

5. Producer milk deliveries used in Class I and gross Class I
sales by handlers regulated under Federal orders, November. .

6. Producer milk deliveries to handlers regulated' under Federal
orders and deliveries used in Class I January-November . .

7. Federal milk order Class I formula price information, November. ...

8. Total fluid items, whole milk, skim milk items, milk and cream
mixtures, and cream sold in marketing areas defined by Federal
milk orders, for markets where such information is available,
October with comparisons . . .....

9. Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products, selected
Federal order markets, January-October 1969, with comparisons .

10. Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent
butterfat content, November . . .

11. Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal
milk orders, November . . ...

12. Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets,
September, October, and November . ....

13. Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in
Federal milk order pricing formulas, January 1969 to date,
with comparisons . . . ..

14. U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis, January 1969
to date, with comparisons . . .....

15. U.S. production, January 1969 to date, with comparisons . .

16. Commercial and government storage holdings, January 1969 to date,
with comparisons . . ...... .

17. CCC purchases (Delivery basis), January 1969 to date, with comparisons.

Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets, December 1968 .. ..

18. Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers
and producer deliveries, by market and State, December 1968 .....

Map . . . .

Major order actions, November 1969 . . .


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FEDERAL MILK ORDER MARKET STATISTICS


Summary


:: Prices per 100 pounds
Producer deliveries and producer deliveries used in Class I (3.5 percent)
:Number: : Change:: Change: Class I ::
Year : of Prod. from Del from : utilization Class I Blend
and deliv- rev used in
month : er es : year* Class yea* 1969 1968 1969 1968 1969 1968
: o. : Bil.b.: Pt. :: Bil.lb.: Pct. : Percent :: Dollars :: Dollars

1969:
Jan. :60 : 3.7 : +2.8 :: 2.6 : +3.3 :70 : 69 :: 6.57 : 6.11 :: 5.88 : 5.49
Feb. : 60 : 3.4 : +3.1 :: 2.3 : +2.3 :68 : 68 :: 6.57 : 6.10 :: 5.84 : 5.48
Mar. : 60 : 3.9 : +2.9 :: 2.5 : +2.0 :65 : 65 :: 6.57 : 6.11 :: 5.72 : 5.36
Apr. : 60 : 3.9 : +.8 :: 2.4 : +1.5 : 61 : 62 :: 6.56 : 6.11 :: 5.60 : 5.28
May : 58 : 4.0 : +1.9 :: 2.4 : +2.8 :60 : 59 :: 6.60 : 6.44 :: 5.53 : 5.39
June :58 : 3.8 : +2.2 :: 2.1 : +3.4 :56 : 55 :: 6.62 : 6.44 :: 5.47 : 5.31
July 58 : 3.6 : +2.8 :: 2.2 : +1.7 61 : 61 :: 6.63 : 6.49 :: 5.73 : 5.62
Aug. :58 : 3.6 : +4.3 :: 2.2 : -2.5 62 :66 :: 6.65 : 6.50 :: 5.91 : 5.88
Sept. : 58 : 3.5 : +2.9 :: 2.4 : +2.9 :70 : 70 :: 6.68 : 6.55 :: 6.19 : 6.06
Oct. : 58 : 3.5 : +1.6 :: 2.5 : + .8 :72 : 73 :: 6.75 : 6.60 :: 6.25 : 6.15
Nov. : 58 : 3.4 : +2.0 :: 2.3 : -3.1 :70 : 73 :: 6.84 : 6.59 :: 6.25 : 6.12
Dec.. :: -: : : : :: :
February 1968 data adjusted to 28 days before computing percentage change.

Minimum Prices. The weighted average Class I price paid by handlers regulated in 58 comparable Federal
milk order markets for 3.5 percent milk in November 1969 was $6.84 per hundredweight, 25 cents higher
than the $6.59 per hundredweight price in November 1968. (See table 2.) Class I prices announced for
December 1969 with comparisons with December 1968 are shown on table 1.

Producers in the 58 markets received a weighted average blend price of $6.25 per hundredweight for
3.5 percent milk in November 1969, 13 cents higher than the $6.12 price received by producers in
November 1968. Class prices, blend prices, and associated butterfat differentials, by markets are
reported on table 2.

The weighted average Class I price for the January-November period for the 58 markets was $6.65, 27 cents
higher than the $6.38 price for the same period in 1968. The weighted average blend price for January-
November was $5.85, 20 cents higher than the blend price of $5.65 reported for the same period in 1968.
(See table 3.)

Producer Deliveries. A total of 100,066 producers delivered 3.4 billion pounds of milk to handlers in
the 58 markets during November 1969. Third is 2.0 percent above producer deliveries in November 1968.
Average daily delivery per producer increased from 1,064 pounds in November 1968 to 1,120 pounds in
November of this year. Producer number, producer deliveries, average butterfat percentages, and
average daily delivery per producer for individual markets are shown on table 4.

Producer deliveries during the first eleven months of 1909 totaled 39.8 billion pounds in 58 markets,
2.6 percent above producer deliveries made during the same period in 1968. (See table 6.)

Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I in 58 markets
decreased 3.1 percent from last year, to a total of 2.3 billion pounds for the month of November 1969.
(See table 5.)

The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I during the first eleven months of 1969 in 58 markets,
totaled 25.8 billion pounds, 1.4 percent above such Class I use during the same period in 1968.
(See table 6.)

Percentage of Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The average utilization percentage in 58 markets for
November 1969 was 70 percent, three percent below that in November 1968. (See table 5.) The average
utilization percentage in 58 markets for the first eleven months of 1969 was 65 percent, compared to 66
percent for the first eleven months of 1968. (See table 6.)




Fluid Milk Product Sales. Total in-area sales for November 1969 in 60 marketing areas
are estimated to be about 2.5 billion pounds, 3.7 percent below such sales in November
of last year.

Total fluid in-area sales for October 1969 were 1.4 percent above sales for
October 1968. This increase was the result of a 15.9 percent increase in sales of
skim and lowfat milk items, which more than offset decreases of 1.5 percent,
5.2 percent, and 3.4 percent in sales of whole milk, mixtures, and cream items,
respectively. Complete October in-area sales for total fluid items, and for the four
major fluid product grouping (Whole milk, skim milk items, mixtures and cream) are
reported on table 8.

For the first ten months of 1969, total in-area sales of fluid milk items in Federal
milk order markets, where comparable data were available, were 0.8 percent above total
fluid sales for the same period of 1968. Sales were up for all skim milk items,-except
plain skim milk. Sales of lowfat (2%) milk, and skim milk with solids added continued
to show the largest increase. Sales of all other fluid milk items, with the exception
of flavored whole milk and sour cream, for the January-October 1969 period, were down
from the previous year. Whole milk was down 1.8 percent, milk and cream mixtures were
down 6.1 percent, and cream items were down 5.4 percent. Daily average sales of
individual fluid milk products are shown on table 9.

Filled and Imitation Milk Sales. Survey data of filled and imitation milk sales in
Federal order markets, September, October, and November 1969 are presented on table 12.







Table l.--Federal order minimum Class I prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other
indicated point, and butterfat differentials, December 1/ 1969 and 1968

Class I Price : at Class I Price Fat
: r 100 lb. Differential:: Cla 0 Price: Differential
Per 100 Ib. per 100 Ib.
Marketing area 2/ Dc.1% Marketing area 0December
1969: December :: Dec emb er
1969 D 1968 :1969 1968 1969 : 1968 1969 D 1968
: Dollara Cents :: Dollars Cents


7.60 : 7.31 :
7.60 : 7.31 :


7.26 : 6.97 :
7.46 : 7.17 :


NEW ENGLAND
Massachusetta-R.I.-N.H.3/:
Connecticut

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
New York-New Jersey 4/
Delaware Valley

SOUTH ATLANTIC
Upper Chesapeake Bay
Washington, D. C.
Tri-State
Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
Eastern Group
Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan
Northwestern Ohio
Eastern Ohio-Western Pa. :
Columbus
Miami Valley
Cincinnati

Western Group
Mich. Upper Peninsula
Chicago Regional
Louisville-Lex.-Evans.
Indiana
Southern Illinois
Central Illinois

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
Northern Group
Duluth-Superior
Minneapolis-St. Paul
Eastern South Dakota
Black Hills
North Central Iowa
Cedar Rapids-Iowa City
Quad Cities-Dubuque
Des Moines
Nebraska-Western Iowa
Minnesota-North Dakota
Southeastern Minnesota-
Northern Iowa


7.36
7.36
6.37
6.75
7.52
7.72
7.42



6.11
6.22
6.32
6.49
6.27
6.30
6.36


5.97
5.82
6.11
6.09
6.15
6.01



5.72
5.68
6.12
6.57
5.87
5.92
5.92
6.07
6.22
5.92


7.07
7.07
5.99
6.46
7.23
7.43
7.13



5.82
5.93
6.03
6.21
6.06
6.16
6.22


5.68
5.53
5.96
5.76
5.86
5.72



5.43
5.39
5.83
6.68
5.58
5.63
5.63
5.78
5.93
5.39


5.68 : ---


8.0 : 8.2
8.0 : 8.2 ::


8.0 8.2
8.0: 8.2


8.0 : 8.5 ::
8.0 : 8.5
8.1 : 8.0 ::
8.1: 8.0
7.5: 7.5
7.5 : 7.5
7.5 : 7.5




7.5 : 7.5:
7.7 : 7.8 ::
8.1: 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:
8.1 : 8.0
8.1: 8.0:


8.5 : 8.3:
8.1: 8.0::
8.1: 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:

::

8.8 : 8.7:
8.1 : 8.2
8.1: 8.0::
8.1 : 11.5
8.2 : 8.0:
8.1: 8.0:
8.5 : 8.3:
8.1: 8.0:
8.5 : 8.3:
8.1: 8.0:
::
8.1: ---::
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WEST NORTH CENTRAL -Con.
Southern Group
St. Louis-Ozarks
Kansas City
Neosho Valley
Wichita

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
Paducah
Nashville
Memphis
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Mississippi
Georgia

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
Northern Group
Central Arkansas
Fort Smith
Oklahoma Metropolitan
Red River Valley
Texas Panhandle
Lubbock-Plainview

Southern Group
Northern Louisiana
New Orleans
North Texas
Central West Texas
Austin-Waco
San Antonio
Corpus Christi
South Texas

MOUNTAIN
Eastern Colorado
Great Basin
Western Colorado
Central Arizona
Rio Grande Valley

PACIFIC
Puget Sound
Inland Empire


A:


: 6.22
: 6.36*
:6.27
:6.42


:6.47
:6.20
S6.56
:6.02
:6.77
:7.09
: 6.92



:6.56
:6.57
:6.60
:6.82
:6.87
:7.04


: 7.09
: 7.47
:6.94
: 7.19
7.32
: 7.36
: 7.69
:7.30


:6.84
:6.87
:6.79
: 7.14



: 6.47
: 6.54


: 6.18 : 8.5 : 8.4
: 6.19 : 8.4 : 8.3


Correction: Price for November $6.32 and butterfat differential 8.2C.
I/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported, except Massachusette-R.I.-N.H. and
New York-*ew Jersey.
2/ Major city in the marketing area.
3/ Boston nearby plant price. 201-210 mile zone: December 1969, $7.20 and December 1968, $6.91.
'/ New York metropolitan area price. 201-210 mile zone: December 1969, $7.02 and December 1968, $6.73.


5.93
6.07
5.98
6.13


6.18
5.91
6.27
6.03
6.72
6.80




6.27
6.28
6.31
6.53
6.58
6.75


6.80
7.18
6.65
6.90
7.03
7.07
7.40
7.01


6.57
6.58
6.52
6.83
6.68


8.1
8.1*
8.5
8.1


8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1



8.1
8.5 :
8.5
8.5
8.1 :
8.5


8.1
8.1
8.5
8.5
8.1
8.5
8.1
8.5


8.8
9.2
8.8
9.2







TABLE 2.--FEDERAL OPDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B. MARKET
OR OTHER INDICATED POINI* A'ND BUTTIRFAT DIFFFRFNTAl Mn-VEMBER-r*


PRICES PER 103 P S


FA DIFFFR MTIAL 5


Divrr ri C i u- n it
rL ; r 4.n 6, 4 uvl0 I! F I Il rr r'


MARKETING AREA


CLASS I


BLE


NOV NI 'OV NOV
1969 1968 1969
DOLLARS


ND :LASS
II
NOV N3VEMBEA
1968


CLASS
I l
1969


CLASS CLASS CLASS BLEND
OVEBER 1969I
NOVEMBER 1969


CENTS


NcW EN'G LAND
MASSA:HUSErTS-RI-NH 1/
CLO'JNETIC'II 2/
AVERAGE 37

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW Y)RK-NEW JERSEY 4/
DFLAWRE VALLEY 1/
AVERAGE 3/


7.56 7.31
7.56 7.3L
7.55 7.31


7.22 6.97
7.42 7.17
7.26 7.01


o.62
7.12
o.74


b.43
6.48
0.44


6.57
7. 14
b.72


6.29
6.52
6.33


4.39 --- 7.8 7.8 --- 7.8
4.39 --- 7.8 7.B --- 7.
-- 7.8 --- -- T.


4.41 --- 7.8
4.41 --- 7.8
-- -- 7.


7.8 --- 7.8
7.8 --- 7.8
--- 7.8


SOUTH ATLANfIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 6/
WASH I NGTO',D.C.
TRI-STATc 7/
APPAL4CHHIA 8/
TAMPA BAY
SUUTHEASItRN FLORIDA 2/
UPPER FLORIDA 10/
AVFRA;E 3/

EAST N1RTH CENiTRAL
EASTERN GrduP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 11/
SOUTH:kR MICHIGaN 2./
NORTHwESTERN OHIO 13/
EASTERN iJHIO-WEST:RN PA. 14/
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY 15/
C I C I "aNA T I
AVERA',E 3/

wESTERN GKnuP
MICHIjAN UPPER PENINSULA 16/
CHlICA'O R.L,;IIJNAL 18/
LSVILLE-LKGTuN-EUVJSVILLE
INDIAqA 19/
SOUTHRNr ILLIN IS 20/
CENPTH L ILLI OIS 2_7
AVERAGE 3/

WEST hNRTH CENTRAL
NnRTHERN; GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPDLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 22/
BLACK HILLS 23/
NORTH CENTRAL IOwA 24/
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD :ITIES OUfRUjU 26/
L'FS MjINES
NEBRASKA WCSTFRN IOWA 18/
MINNESOTA 'jORTH DAKOTA 27/
S.F. mINN..-'NRTHERN IOWA
AVERAt 3/


4.62

4.77
4.77
4.77




4.17
4.27


7.32
7.32
6. 33
6.71
7.4d
7.69
7.3B
7.23



6.07
o.18
6.28
6.45
5.93
6.29
6. 35
6.1-1


5.93
5.73
6.07
6.05
6.11
5.97
6.07



5.bB
5.64
6.08
6.53
5.83
5.88
5.8w
6.03
6.19
5.38
5.64
5.92


7.07
7.07
5.95
6.45
7.23
7.43
7.13
o.96



5.82
5.93
6.03
6.21
5.73
0. 15
6.22
5.98


3.68
5.53
5.93
5.83
5.86
5.72
5.87



5.43
5.39
5.83
6.63
5.58
5.63
5.63
5.79
5.93
5.39

5.64


6.43
6.40
6.35
6.4 1
7.27
7.45
7.25
0.70



5.76
5.59
5.74
5.91
5.91
6.00
6.21
5.74


17/5.65
5.32
6.23
5.90
o.12
5.87
6.12



4.93
5.25

5.64
25/5.54
5.57
-.50
5.66
0.21
5.13
5.31
5.42


6.38
6.42
6.05
6.34
6.98
7.22
7.03
6.59



5.60
5.45
5.69
5.33
5.89
6.14
6.18
5.65


17/5.37
5.12
b.14
5.74
5.88
5.64
5.95



4. 82
4.97
5.62
4.78
251/539
5.09
5.23
5.41
5 .99
4.78

5.16


4.35
4.35
4.77
4.03
5.62
5.62
5.62




4,42
4.42
4.27
4.27
4.27
4.27
4.27



4.62
4.62
4.62
4.27
4.62
4.62




4.04
4.62
4.62
4.27
4.62
4.o2
4.62
4.62
4.77
4.62
4.62


---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
4.62
---
---
---


B.5
8.1

7.9
1.1
7.9
8.2
7.9
8.2
7.9
S 8.1
S 8.0
CONTINUED


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TABLE2.--FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT RUTTErFAT CONTENT, F.O.B. MARKET
OR OTHER INDICATED POINT* AND BUTTERFAT DIFFERENTIALS, NOVEMBER* -CON.
PRICES PER 103 POUNDS ._ IFFEI'ATIAL IA
CLASS I BLEND :LASS CLASS :LASS CSS S CLASS BLEND
MARKETING AREA II III I II III
NOV -NOV NOV NOV NOVEMBER 1969 JIJVMBER 1q69
1969 1968 1969 1968
OL AR:S CENTS

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 28/ 6.18 5.93 6.14 5.92 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 3.1
KANSAS CITY 29/ 6.32 6.07 5.68 5.51 4.62 4.28 8.2 7.8 7.8 7.2
NEOSH3 VALLEY 30/ 6.23 5.98 5.78 5.37 4.62 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.1
WICHITA 18/ 6.38 6.13 5.91 5.74 4.43 4.28 8.2 7.8 7.8 8.1
AVERAGE 37 6.25 6.01 5.93 5.72 --- --- .2 --- -- 7.8

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 6.43 6.18 6.73 6.71 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 7.5
NASHVILLE 6.18 5.91 5.82 5.75 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 8.2
MEMPHIS 6.52 6.27 25/6.32 25/6.16 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 7.5
KNOXVILLE 5.80 6.03 5.50 5.68 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 8.
CHATTANOOGA 6.47 6.62 6.01 6.22 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 8.0
MISSISSIPPI 31/ 7.05 6.80 6.45 6.20 3.95 --- 8.2 7.5 --- 8.0
GEORGIA 32/ 6.88 --- 6.55 --- 4.62 --- 8.2 7.8 --- 8.1
AVERAGE 17 6.47 6.31 6.10 6.05 -- --- 8.2 -- --- 7.9

WEST S3UTH'CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 33/ 6.52 6.27 6.30 6.23 4.62 --- 9.2 7.8 --- 8.1
FORT SMITH 6.53 6.28 25/6.32 25/6.13 4.62 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 3.1
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 34/ 6.56 6.31 6.16 5.81 4.46 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.1
RED RIVER VALLEY 35/ 6.78 6.53 6.03 5.85 4.48 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.2
TEXAS PANHANDLE 367 6.83 6.58 6.16 6.10 4.18 --- a.2 7.5 --- 8.0
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 7.00 6.75 6,59 6.48 4.16 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.4
AVERAGE 3/ 6.63 6.38 6.20 5.97 --- --- .4 --- --- 8.1

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 37/ 7.05 6.80 6.68 6.55 4.27 --- 8.2 7.5 --- 8.3
NEW ORLEANS 7.43 7.18 6.38 6.16 3.95 --- 8.2 7.5 --- 8.0
NORTH TEXAS 38/ 6.90 6.65 6.32 6.25 4.19 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.3
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 39/ 7.15 6.90 6.91 6.60 4.16 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.1
AUSTIN WACO 40/ 7.28 7.03 25/6.97 25/6.79 4.20 --- 8.2 7.5 --- 7.
SAN ANTONIO 7.32 7.07 6.64 6.31 41/4.21 --- 8.5 7.3 --- 7.5
CORPUS CHRISTI 42/ 7.65 7.40 7.33 25/7.23 4.43 4.18 8.2 7.5 7.5 8.0
SOUTH TEXAS 43/ 7.26 7.01 6.32 6.84 4.27 --- 8.5 7.8 --- 8.3
AVERAGE 3/ 7.32 7.08 6.68 6.47 --- --- 8.3 --- --- 7.9

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 44/ 6.76 6.57 6.25 6.05 4.77 4.62 8.9 8.1 8,1 8.6
GREAT BASIN 45/ 6.83 6.58 5.d9 5.76 4.23 4.09 9.2 7.8 7.8 3.6
WESTERN COLORADO 46/ 6.71 6.52 6.22 5.89 4.67 4.27 8.9 8.1 8.1 8.7
CENTRAL ARIZONA 47j 7.08 6.83 6.47 6.27 4.42 4.17 9.2 7.8 7.8 8.8
RIO G AVERAGE 23/ 6.89 6.66 6.22 6.03 --- --- 9.0 --- --- .6

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 50/ 6.43 6.18 5.57 5.39 4.53 4.29 8.5 8.2 8.2 8.4
INLAND EMPIRE 51/ 6.54 6.25 5.88 5.93 4.37 4.12 6.4 7.8 7.8 8.2
AVERAGE 3/ 6.45 6.19 5.61 5.47 --- --- .5 --- --- 8.4

58-MARKET AVERAGE 3/ 6.84 6.59 6.25 6.12 -- --- 3.0 --- --- 7.9

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.66 6.41 6.10 5.96 -- -- 8.1 -- --- 8.0

Major city in the marketing area. ** All averages are weighted.
1/ Boston nearby plant price (Prices formerly reported at the 201-210 mile zone). 201-210 mile zone--Class I, November 1969, $7.16
and November 1968, $6.91--Blend price, November 1969, $6.22 and November 1968, $6.17. November 1969, blend price excludes approximately
10.3 cents per hundredweight to nearby and intermediate producers. 2/ November 1969, blend price includes approximately 43.6 cents
per hundredweight to nearby and intermediate producers. 3/Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no significant
marketing area expansions. Excludes Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-
St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 4/ New York metropolitan area price (Prices formerly
reported at the 201-210 mile zone). 201-210 mile zone--Class I, November 1969, $6.98 and November 1968, $6.73--Blend price, November 1969,
$6.14 and November 1968, $6.00. 5/ Philadelphia. 6/ Baltimore. Blend price does not include non-complying handlers. 7/ Charleston-
Huntington, West Virginia. 8/ Bristol, Tennessee. 9/ Miami. Class IV price $3.11. 10/ Jacksonville and Tallahassee. 11/ Traverse City.
12/ Detroit. 13/ Toledo. 14/ Cleveland-Erie district. Class I and blend price for Pittsburgh district plus 10 cents. 157 Dayton.
Class 11 price, plus 20 cents for skim milk used to produce cottage cheese. 16/ Zone II (Marquette). 17/ Weighted average of all handlers'
blend prices at all locations. 18/ Zone I. 19/ Indianapolis. 20/ Base zone. 21/ Peoria. 22/ Sioux Falls. 23/ Rapid City, South Dakota.
24/ Zone I (Waterloo). 25/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices. 26/ Rock Island, Illinois. 27/ Base zone (Fargo). 28/ Zone I
(St. Louis). 29/ Kansas City and Topeka. 30/ Pittsburg, Kansas. 31 Gulfport. Class I and blend price at Jackson and Greenville 16 cents
less. 32/ Atlanta. 33/ Little Rock. 34/ Oklahoma City. 35/ Wichita Falls, Texas. 36/ Amarillo. 37/ Monroe and Shreveport. 38/ Zone I
(Dallas). 39/ Abilene. Class II-A (Cheddar cheese) $4.19. 40/ Zone I-New Braunfels, Texas. 41/ Class II-A (Cheddar cheese) $4.21.
42/ Mercedes. &3/ Houston. 44/ Denver. 45/ Salt Lake City, Utah. 46/ Grand Junction. 47/ Phoenix. 48/ Albuquerque, Sante Fe, and
El Paso. 49/ $1.43 credit on Class II skim milk dumped or disposed of as livestock feed; $1.03 credit on skim milk used to produce condensed
skim milk and on milk or skim milk transferred or diverted as Class II milk to a nonpool plant outside the marketing area. 50/ District I
(Seattle). 51/ Spokane, Washington.






TABLE 3.--FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK 3F 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT
MARKET 3R OTHER INDICATED POI /


CONTENT, F.O.B.


CLASS I* 3LEND
MARKETING AREA I CHANGE CHANGE
1969 1968 1959 OVER 1968 1969 1968 1969 UVER 1968
DOLLAtS PER 100 POUNDS


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSE TTS-R I -'H
CONNE:TIC[uT
AVERAGE 2/

MIDDLE ATLAiTIC
NEW Y)RK-M:W JERSEY
DELAWARE VALLEY
AVERAGE 2/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAP.AKE BAY
WASH INGTON,D.C.
TR I-STATE
APPALACHI AN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIlA
UPPER FLORIDU
AVERAGE 2/

EAST N3RTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWEST:R 4 OHIO
EASTERN OHIn-WESTERN PA,
COLUMArUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CI NC I 4'4A TI
AVERAGE 2/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN U PP:R PENINSULA
CHICAr,O 4 GIONAL
LSVILLE-L XGT.'N- V' SVILLE
INIA jA
SOUTH_-RN ILLINOIS
CE'TPAL ILLI' OIS
AVERAC,E 21

WEST N3RTH CE4TQAL
NIORTTER ;GROUP
OULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEaPDLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN 3jLuTH P'KOTA
BLACK HILLS
Nn'RTH CENTRAL i)IWA
CEDAP RAPluS IJWA CITY
QUAD CITIESS OURUQUE
r.ES MjIv jS
NJEBRA3KA WESTcRN I WA
MINNESOTA jORTH .AIOTA
S.E. MIN'.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE 2/


7.36
7.36
7.36


7.02
7.22
7.06


7.12
7.12
6.14
6.52
7.29
7.49
7.19
7.03



5.88
5.99
6.09
6.27
6.01
6.11
6.18
6.04


5.74
5.59
5.89
5.86
5.92
5.78
5.88



5.49
5.46
5.89
6.67
5.64
5.69
5.b9
5.84
5.99
5.50
5.49
5.70


7.02
7.02
7.32


6.64
6.88
6.70


6.79

5.92
6. 36
7.09
7.29
6.99
6.79



5.72
5.71
5.82
6.Ob
5. e
6.08


5.80


5,45
5.27
5.87
5.64
5.62
5.4e
5.72



5. 33

5.56

5.32
5. 39

5.55
5,84
5.29

5.44'


0.34
.34
.34


,38
.34
.36


.33
.34
.22
.16
.20
.20
.20
.24



.16
.28
.27
.21
.23
.12
.10
.24


.29
.32
.02
.22
.30
.30
.16



.16
.30
.24
.11
.32
.30
.30
.29
.15
.21

.26


6.13
6.63
6.25


5.89
6.29
5.96


6. lb
6.17
5.77
6.26
6.85
7.24
6.95
6.42



5.54
5.41
5.49
5.61
5.58
5.57
5.62
5.47


5.31
'.05
5.45
5.40
5.42
5.18
5.40



4.76
4.95
5.40
4.88
5.245
5.19

5. 3t
5.11
5. 3
4.84
5.04
5.10


5.94
6.42
6.06


5.63
6.16
5.73


5.98
6.11
5.50
6,12
6.54
6.93
6.75
6.24



5.37
5.21
5.32
5.44
5.35
5.57

5. 30


5.05
4.76
5, R
5.26
5.22
4.95
5.25



4.58
4. bq
5.12
5.00
5.02
4. 2Z
4.94
5.12
. 29
4.63

4.09


0.19
.21
.19


.26
.13
.23


.18
.06
.27
.14
.31
.31
.20
.18



.17
.20
.17
.17
.23
0
.07
.17


.26
.29
.07
.14
.20
.23
.15



.18
.26
.28
.12-
.23
.37
.17
.24
.24
.21

.21
CONTINUED






TABLE 3.-FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I ANO BLEND PRICES FOR MILK 3F 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B.
MARKET DR OTHER URDICAIED-POINT. JAM-UARY NOVEa0BE. AVEAGFS IJ -CON.
CLASS I* BL^N*
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1969 I 1966 1959 OV 1968 1969 19 196 VER 1968
DOLLARS PER 100 POUNDS

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 6.00 5.66 0.34 5.46 5.15 0.31
KANSAS CITY 6.13 5.7b .35 5.51 5.27 .24
NEOSHO VALLEY 6.04 5.79 .25 5.36 5.0, .28
WICHITA 6.19 6.02 .17 5.59 5.44 .15
AVERAGE I/ 6.07 5.76 .31 5.49 5.23 .26

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 6*24 5.94 .30 5.91 5.68 .23
NASHVILLE 6.00 5.79 .21 5.63 5.42 .21
MEMPHIS 6.33 6.20 .13 6.13 6.01 .12
KNOXVILLE 5.79 5.71 .08 5.36 5.32 .04
CHATTANOOGA 6.60 6.47 .13 6.00 5.97 .03
MISSISSIPPI 6.86 6.70 .16 6.04 5.85 .19
GEORGIA 6.79 --- -- 6.55 -- ---
AVERAGE 2/ 6.33 6.1, .18 5.85 5.69 .16

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 6.33 6.20 .13 6.02 6.09 .07-
FORT SMITH 6.34 6.21 .13 6.09 5.96 .13
OKLAH3MA METROPOLITAN 6.37 6.20 .17 5.74 5.30 .44
RED RIVER VALLEY 6.60 6.43 .17 5.63 5.46 .17
TEXAS PANHANDLE 6.64 6.48 .16 6.00 5.77 .23
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 6.81 6.64 .17 6.42 b60' .35
AVERAGE 2/ 6.44 6.28 .16 5.55 5,'5 .29

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 6.86 6.70 .16 6.51 6.35 .16
NEW ORLEANS 7.24 7.06 .16 6.08 6.04 .04
NORTH TEXAS 6.72 6.55 .17 6.01 5.66 .35
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 6.96 6.80 .16 6.56 6.22 .34
AUSTIN WACO 7.09 6.93 .16 6,79 6.65 .14
SAN ANTONIO 7.13 6.96 .17 6.14 5.92 .22
CORPUS CHRISTI 7.46 7.29 .17 7.02 6.82 .20
SOUTH TEXAS 7.07 7.01 .06 6.78 6,.2 .04-
AVERAGE 2/ 7.13 6.97 .16 6.37 6.22 .15

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 6.58 6.50 .08 5.97 .836 .11
GREAT BASIN 6.64 6.42 .22 5.61 5.46 .15
WESTERN COLORADO 6.53 6.43 .10 5.75 5.'2 .03
CENTRAL ARIZONA 6.89 6.69 .20 6.21 o.17 .04
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 6.74 6.56 .18 5.99 5.60 .39
AVERAGE I/ 6.71 6.55 .16 5.95 5.80 .15

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 6.24 6.08 .16 5.35 3.18 .17
INLAND EMPIRE 6.33 6.20 .13 5.59 5.44 .15
AVERAGE 2/ 6.25 6.10 .15 5.36 .,22 .16

58-MARKEr AVERAGE 2/ 6.65 6.38 .27 5.85 5..65 .20

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.48 6.22 .26 5.72 3,51 .21


All prices are weighted.
1/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported.
2/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas.






TABLE 4,.NUMBER OF PRODUCERS )ELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORERS, TOTAL DELIVERIES, AND
AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER, NOVEMBER
AVERAGE BUTTERFAT AVERAGE DAILY
NUMBER OF PRODUCERS PRODUCER DELIVERIES PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES
MILK DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER
MARKETTG AREA CHANGE CHANGE
NOV FROM NOV NOV FROM N3V NOV NOV NOV
9 1969 N1OV 1969 1968 08 969 1968 1969
19b68 1968


NUMBER 1.000 LBS. PERCENT PERCENT POUNDS

NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 9,254 276- 273,756 257,486 6.3 3.84 3.85 1,106 1,006
CONNECTICUT 1,830 116- 91,225 90,541 .8 3.75 3.76 1,662 1,551
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 13,084 392- 364,981 348,027 4.9 3.82 3.83 1,206 1.107

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW Y3RK-NEW JERSEY 29,000 1,599- 762,761 749,708 1.7 3.70 3.69 908 844
DELAWARE VALLEY 5,251 327 194,991 177,370 9.9 3.78 3.76 1,238 1,201
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 33,251 1,272- 957,752 927,078 3.3 3.72 3.70 960 895

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 1,904 94- 74,562 71,467 4.3 3.83 3.82 1,305 1,192
WASHINGTON,D.C. 1,669 144- 90,174 86,160 4.6 3.84 3.82 1,801 1,584
TRI-STATE 1,583 42 36,661 34,072 7.6 3.84 3.82 772 737
APPALACHIAN 742 3- 28,929 27.001 7.1 3.82 3.80 1,300 1,208
TAMPA BAY 118 11- 27,350 29,083 6.0- 3.83 3.88 7,726 7,515
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 89 1 47,506 44,150 7.6 3.88 3.94 17,793 16,724
UPPER FLORIDA 174 14- 34,752 36,965 6.0- 3.81 4.00 6,657 6,554
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 5,279 223- 339,934 328,898 3.4 3.84 3.86 1,805 1,656

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 39 1- 1,102 1,092 .9 3.76 3.73 942 910
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 9,005 414- 291,094 285,559 1.9 3.78 3.70 1078 1,011
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 1,251 231- 36,615 40,322 9.2- 3.88 3.85 976 937
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 9,997 643- 250,373 244,224 2.5 3.83 3.81 835 765
COLUMBUS 1,506 111- 43,009 42,125 2.1 3.90 3.89 952 85a
MIAMI VALLEY 1,372 21 39,883 36,396 9,6 3.88 3.86 969 898
CINCINNATI 2,677 43 56,839 53,326 6.6 3.81 3.81 708 675
AVERAGE OR TOTAL /I 15,850 693- 468,542 458,820 2.1 3.81 3.76 985 924

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 364 27- 8,171 8,072 1.2 3.76 3.80 748 688
CHICAGO REGIONAL 2/ 15I870 624 526,360 502,961 4.6 3.81 3.79 1,040 1,025
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EV'SVILLE 3,019 16- 81,652 77,870 4.8 3.85 3.84 902 855
INDIANA 5,027 399 138,778 123,264 12.6 3.90 3,88 920 888
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 2,385 10 62,279 62,289 0 3.82 3.78 870 874
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 713 36- 19,530 20,234 3.5- 3.88 3.84 913 900
AVERAGE 9R TOTAL 1/ 5,481 69- 171,632 168,465 1.9 3.84 3.62 883 857

WEST N3RTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 661 19- 13,776 13,157 4.7 3.85 3.89 695 645
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 4.570 402 138,176 120,293 14.9 3.86 3.83 1,008 962
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 398 11 13,399 13,707 2.2- 3.70 3.72 1,122 1,181
BLACK HILLS 52 37- 2,575 4,432 41.9- 3.72 3.79 1,650 1,660
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 674 179- 16,737 20,925 20.0- 3.82 3.81 1,097 1,056
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY 339 51- 8,660 10,418 16.9- 3.81 3.83 922 978
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 957 54- 28,638 31,179 8.1- 3.81 3.80 998 1,026
DES M3INES 1,196 18 33,686 33,693 0 3.90 3.84 993 1,023
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 1,758 37 62,639 63,814 1.8- 3.81 3.76 1,188 1,230
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA 1,507 52 41,641 37,787 10.2 3.66 3.70 921 86b
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA 807 --- 26,777 --- --- 3.76 --- 1,106 --
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 5,784 259- 159,112 165,298 3.7- 3.78 3.79 917 912
CONTINUED






TABLE ...NUMBER OF




MARKETIG AREA


PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO
AVERAGE DAILY

NUMBER OF PRODUCERS


NOV FROM
1969 NOV
1968


HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL DR)ERS, TOTAL DELIVERIES, AND
FDLIVERIES PER PRiUCEFR. jNnVFMRFR -CN.


PRODUCER DELIVERIES


AVERAGE BUTTERFAT
PERCENTAGE nF
UTI nE: U:DI1CC


AVERAGE DAILY
DELIVERIES
DECD DDnnIlrCD


NOV
1968


NOV
1969


NOV FROM
1968 NOV
1968


196 I 8 1 I


rmunroc


1,IUU LO30


rC~L CTi


NOV
1969


NOV
1968


rCN. L


NOV
1969


ruuNuQA


NEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS
KANSAS CITY
NEOSH3 VALLEY
WICHITA
AVERAGE DR TOTAL 1/

EAST S3UTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANDLE
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS
NORTH TEXAS
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS
AUSTIN WACO
SAN ANTONIO
CORPUS CHRISTI
SOUTH TEXAS
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO
GREAT BASIN
WESTERN COLORADO
CENTRAL ARIZONA
RIO GRANDE VALLEY
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


3,546
2,165
317
780
6,808


359
1,152
744
518
755
1,001
1,541
4,529



739
141
1,466
381
262
215
3.204


283
1,248
2.148
242
259
396
169
1,245
2,597


1,400
919
72
178
360
2,929


PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 1,836
INLAND EMPIRE 434
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 2,270

58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/ 100,066


307
76-
23-
101-
107


23
5-
17
186-
34
4-

121-



20-
28-
138-
51
27-
77
85-


41-
33-
162
40-
28-
6
16-
365-
152-


68
6
1-
4-
26-
43


110,623
82,487
7,613
29,453
230,176


9,747
40,024
26,433
16,913
30,466
35,621
96,511
159,204



20,186
3,670
51,563
17,611
9,444
6,352
108,826


17,151
43,277
102,301
13,461
11,592
24,676
12,313
55,537
122,470


54,865
34,188
2,696
42,987
29,140
163,876


42- 99,210
11- 15,827
53- 115,037


3,169- 3,361,542


99,695
87,068
9,026
31,162
226,951


9,985
37,195
26,755
22,579
26,563
35,774

158,851



22,640
3,639
56,399
14,457
11,710
6,181
115,026


16,793
42,016
86,199
14,531
11,776
23,712
12,578
52,859
121,406


55,679
34,204
2,810
43,004
28,891
164,588


96,743
16,445
1.3, 188


3,296,596


11.0
5.3-
15.6-
5.5-
1.4


2.4-
7.6
1.2-
25.1-
14.7
.4-

.2



10.8-
.8
8.6-
21.8
19.4-
2.8
5.4-


2.1
3.0
18.7
7.4-
1.6-
4.1
2.1-
5.1
.9


1.5-
0
4.0-
0
.9
.4-


2.6
3.8-
1.6


3.85
3.77
3.73
3.82
3.81


4.15
3.86
3.87
3.85
4.04
4.10
3.86
3.97



3.77
3.89
3.74
3.69
3.71
3.78
3.74


4.03
4.00
3.80
3.77
3.71
3.64
4.14
3.85
3.89


3.83
3.85
3.95
3.75
3.73
3.80


3.91
3.98
3.92


3.87
3.78
3.76
3.81
3.82


4.11
3.92
3.78
3.86
4.01
4.13

3.96



3.80
3.91
3.74
3.69
3.69
3.74
3.74


4.11
4.06
3.79
3.75
3.70
3.69
4.15
3.90
3.93


3.75
3.78
3.89
3.70
3.68
3.73


3.96
4.00
3.96


1,040
1,270
1,113
1,292
1,127


905
1,158
1,562
1,088
1,345
1,186
2,088
1,172



1,383
1,383
1,172
1,541
1,251
2,116
1,132


2,020
1,156
1,588
1,854
2,036
2,077
2,509
1,518
1,572


1,306
1,240
1,248
8,050
4,370
1,865


1,801
1,216
1,689


1,026
1,295
1,136
1,237
1,129


991
1,072
1,497
1,069
1,228
1,185

1,139



1,207
1,285
1,172
1,460
1,351
1,493
1,166


1,728
1,093
1,447
1,718
1,782
2,027
2,301
1,302
1,472


1,393
1,249
1,283
7,524
4,410
1,901


1.717
1,232
1,624


2.0 3.80 3.79 1,120 1,064


ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 144,029


205- 4,758,994


4,490,210


6.0 3.81 3.80 1,101 1,038


1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansion. Excludes Eastern Ohio-
Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern I6va,
Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas.
2/ 768 producers and 20,513 thousand pounds included in the Chicago pool in U1pvember 1968 have been excluded and are included in
1968 Indiana totals. These quantities are associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under
the Indiana order.


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TABLE 5.--PRODUCER MILK DE



MARKETING AREA




NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT
AVERAGE OR TOTAL I/

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW Y3RK-NEW JERSEY
DELAWARE VALLEY
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY
WASHINGTON,OC.
TRI-STATE
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN OHIO
EASTERN OHIO-WESTEPN PA.
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI
AVERAGE OR TUTAL 1/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL 2/
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINOIS
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL I/


LIVEIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL
ORDERS, NOVEMBER
PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I GROSS CLASS I DELIVERIES
CHANGE USED CHANGE AS OF
NOV NOV FROM I4 CL. I N3V FROM GR. L.
1969 1968 NOW N3V NOV 1969 NOV NOV NOV
1968 1969 1968 1968 1969 1968
1.000 POUNDS PERCENT PERCENT 1,000 LBS PERCENT PERCENT


176,920
71,087
248,007


459,694
132.432
592,126


52,203
62,546
31,014
26,061
24,446
42,520
32,267
271,057



934
196,794
26,983
189,844
35,499
28,568
44,737
333,485


6,755
297,691
65,391
103,901
43,859
12,604
128,609



7,652
77,864
9,078
1,629
14,138
6,768
20,444
24,680
45,587
16,278
17,031
100,667


179,556
77,599
257,155


470,748
132,555
603,303


53,462
65,726
30,399
25,837
25,975
40,092
34,977
275,468



918
203,709
32,979
199,903
37,449
31,211
44,241
353,507


5,716
323,048
66,549
99,885
48,033
13,672
134,970



7,713
68,871
9,942
1,406
18,787
6,435
22,536
25,997
48,379
17,080

109,896


1.5-
8.4-
3.6-


2.3-
.1-
1.8-


2.4-
4.8-
2.0
.9
5.9-
6.0
7.7-
2.0-



1.5-
3.4-
18.2-
5.0-
5.2-
8.5-
1.1
4.8-


.6
7.8-
1.7-
4.0
8.7-
7.8-
4.7-



.8-
13.0
8.7-
15.9
24.7-
5.2
9.3-
5.1-
5.8-
4.7-

8.4-


180,718
74,122



459,723
141, 756



52,223
63,168
31,366
26,478
25,137
44,900
35,618




2,992
198.891
27,161
192,080
35,951
30,829
53,059



6,756
298,863
66,026
108,387
47,704
15,573




7,842
78,775
9,082
1,630
14,487
6,779
20,526
26,418
46,504
17,705
19,299


1.9-
7.2-



2.3-
S..3-



2.7-
4.2-
1.0
2.4
7.0-
7.2
9.5-


69--

6.9-
4.1-
19.2-
5.0-
6.8-
9.8-
3.1



3.7-
8.4-
1.2-
2.8-
10.0-
3.7-




2.4-
14.4
10.0-
15.8
23.5-
2.8
9.5-
3.5-
4.2-
4.6-


151 140
123 113



166 159
138 121


121 115
176 154
124 116
128 110
130 118
125 125




176 164
175 175
148 13b
156 315
116 110
128 158
140 138
128 123
135 131
235 204
139 --

CONTINUED






TABLE S.'mPRODUCER


MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL
nRnFDRS. NmnVFMRFR -rmn


PRODUCER DELIVERIES USEU IN LLAS3 I


MARKETING AREA


NOV
1969


NOV
1968


9I


E,500 POUNDS


CHANGE
FROM
NOV
1968


GROSS CLASS I DELIVERIES
1 USED CHANGE AS I OF
II CL. I 43V FROM GR. CL. I
N3V NOV 1969 NOV NOVI NOV
1969 1968 1 96 1969 1968.


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS
KANSAS CITY
NEOSHO VALLEY
WICHITA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

EAST S3UTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANDLE
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS
NORTH TEXAS
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS
AUSTIN WACO
SAN ANTONIO
CORPUS CHRISTI
SOUTH TEXAS
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO
GREAT BASIN
WESTERN COLORADO
CENTRAL ARIZONA
RIO GRANDE VALLEY
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND
INLAND EMPIRE
AVERAGE OR TOTAL i/


85,108
54,998
5,610
22,937
168,653


'8,346
31,368
23,143
12,759
23,194
28,264
82,522
127,074



17,787
3,277
41,338
11,185
7,256
5,484
86,327


14,912
29,696
81,407
12,353
10,506
19,293
11,246
46,700
98,036


41,975
23,161
2,126
34,633
22,240
124,135


57,068
11,386
68,454


78,273
59,395
5,969
26,447
170,084


9,385
33,830
24,680
18,202
21,812
28,239

136,148



21,706
3,379
43,147
10,122
9,194
5,473
93,021


15,136
30,174
73,161
13,032
13,836
18,075
11,910
49,427
99,163


42,946
23,289
2.034
34,980
22.243
125,492


54,683
11,466
66,149


8.7
7.4-
6.0-
13.3-
.8-


11.1-
7.3-
6.2-
29.9-
6.3
.1

6.7-



18.0-
3.0-
4.2-
10.5
21.1-
.2
7.2-


1.5-
1.6-
11.3
5.2-
3.0-
6.7
5.5-
5.5-
1.2-


2.3-
.5-
4.5
1.0-
0
1.1-


4.4
.7-
3.5


88,660
56,130
6,709
23,998



8,683
32,637
24,117
13,051
23,991
28,389
95,165




20,433
3,280
42,345
12,166
7,396
5,816



15,854
30,041
81,933
12,386
10,931
26,053
12,523
54,479



44,907
23,168
2,192
34,742
22,870



57,308
11,425


8.3
6.6-
5.4-
12.4-



10.3-
3.8-
6.8-
30.4-
12.2-
3.2-





9.3-
2.9-
5.4-
11.4
19.6-
3.9-



3.1-
1.4-
5.6
5.1-
.8
1.4
1.0
5.2-



.6-
.7-
4.7
.8-
2.4-


4.6 173 177
.8- 138 143


58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/

ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL


2,346,600 2,422,356


3,289,147 3,285,030


3.1-


70 73 ,/2,426, 821


.1 69 73 3/3,402,306


3.5- 139 131

.1- 140 132


Preliminary.
1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas.
2/ 16,358 thousand pounds included in the Chicago pool in November 1968 have been excluded and are included in 1968 Indiana
totals. These quantities are associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under the
Indiana order.
3/ May include some duplication due to intermarket transfer.


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PERCENT


~ -~--


re( 1Ci


-~--


1,000 LBS PERCENT


-~-- ~ ----


rENcTc






TABLE6.--PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UMDER FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I
JANUARY NOVEMBER 1/
PRODUCER DELIVERIES PRODUCER DELIVERIES t USED
USED IN CLASS I IN CL. 1
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1969 1969
1969 1968 OVER 1969 1968 OVER 1969 1968
1968 1968
1,000 POUNDS PERCENT 11000 POUNDS PERCENT PER

NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 3,284,171 3,176,242 3.7 1,960,260 1,972,362 0.3- 60 62
CONNECTICUT 1,064,594 1,046,250 2.1 f10,784 824,859 1.4- 76 79
TOTAL2/ 4,348,765 4,222,492 3.3 2,771,044 2,797,221 .6- 64 66

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 9,503,778 9,283,728 2.7 5.101,801 3/4,912,252 4.2 54 53
DELAWARE VALLEY 2,185,482 2,090,891 4.8 1,471,334 1,485,090 .6- 67 71
TOTAL 2/ 11,589,260 11,374,619 3.1 6,573,135 6,397,342 3.0 56 56

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 332,122 791,101 5.5 552,488 548,888 1.0 66 69
WASHI'GTJN.D.C. 1,324,727 983,834 4.4 681,444 732,770 6.7- 66 74
TRI-STATE 417,493 385,818 8.5 331,183 294,498 12.8 79 76
APPALACHIAN 318,184 307,597 3.7 290,627 281,336 3.6 91 91
TAMPA BAY 319,903 322,746 .5- 262,183 252,180 4.3 82 78
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 530,272 523,355 1.6 474,696 453.663 5.0 90 87
UPPER FLORIDA 414,153 415,777 .3- 367,037 371,037 .8- 89 89
TOTAL 2/ 3,856,854 3,731,228 3.7 2,959,658 2,934,372 1.2 77 79

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 13,483 14,233 5.0- 10,616 11,098 4.1- 79 78
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 3,316,694 3,229,516 3.0 2,181,384 2,187,096 0. 66 68
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 463,455 488,966 4.9- 313,160 345,212 9.0- 68 71
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 3,089.723 2,509,760 23.4 2,103,112 1,716,932 22.8 68 68
COLUMBUS 514,237 512,044 .7 396,801 394.292 1.0 77 77
MIAMI VALLEY 455,384 420,480 8.6 326,612 332,368 1.4- 72 79
CINCINNATI 662,465 645,824 2.9 481,218 478,372 .9 73 74
TOTAL 2/ 5,425,718 5,311,063 2.4 3,709,791 3,748,438 .7- 68 70

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 100,241 102,576 2.0- 71,848 74,660 3.5- 72 73
CHICAGO REGIONAL 4/ 6,531,889 5,411.190 21.0 3,295,779 2,876,848 14.9 50 53
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE 945,872 916,624 3.5 695,485 678,934 2.8 74 74
INDIANA 1,517,895 1,473,076 3.4 1,119,960 1,131,334 .7- 74 77
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 787,583 709,363 11.4 501,360 497,693 1.1 64 70
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 239,258 245,536 2.2- 139,177 146,319 4.6- 58 60
TOTAL 2/ 2,372,954 1,974,099 5.3 1,437,870 1,397,606 1.0 68 71

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 164,910 163,720 2.9 85,266 79,758 7.2 52 50
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 1,601,797 1,498,092 7.2 740,553 689,226 7.8 46 46
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 151,177 163,014 7.0- 132,064 105,646 3.1- 68 65
BLACK HILLS 49,314 54,396 9.1- 17,363 23,650 26.3- 35 43
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 235,474 282,667 16.4- 179,373 215,172 16.3- 76 76
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY 114,929 119,474 3.5- 72,901 65,868 11.0 63 55
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 369,515 359,004 3.2 210,493 231,463 8.8- 57 64
DES M31NES 397,990 377,361 5.8 264,836 259.811 2.2 66 69
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 703,291 704,921 0. 498,140 464,891 7.4 71 66
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA 488,898 458,771 6.9 188,815 183,123 3.4 39 40
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA 194,438 --- --- 107,983 --- --- 56 --
TOTAL 2/ 1,972,207 1,975,407 .1 1,121,111 1,164,491 3.4- 57 59
COlTITMID
















WEST N3RTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 1,268,932 1,198,890 6.1 879,965 784,553 12.5 69 65
KANSAS CITY :13,366 914,436 .2 633,370 617,270 1.9- 66 68
NEOSH3 VALLEY 100,290 103,507 2.8- 59,763 58,154 3.1 60 56
WICHITA 367,625 376,915 2.2- 253,411 264,022 3.7- 69 70
TOTAL 2/ 2,550,213 2,593,748 2.5 1,796,509 1,723,999 4.5 68 tb

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 110,369 119,719 7.5- 91,133 102,833 11.1- 82 U6
NASHVILLE 440,041 417,785 5.6 343,950 329,160 4.8 78 79
MEMPHIS 288,876 282,296 2.6 254,766 252,369 1.2 88 89
KNOXVILLE 246,816 270,929 8.6- 173,589 205,351 15.2- 70 76
CHATTANOOGA 278,775 218,101 28.2 234,806 172,037 19.4 73 79
MISSISSIPPI 429,079 419,892 2.5 307,068 293,436 5.0 72 70
GEORGIA 706,856 --- --- 633,780 --- --- 90 --
TOTAL 2/ 1,793,956 1,728,722 4.1 1,375,312 1,355,186 1.8 77 78

WEST S3UTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 266,074 240,685 10.8 223,524 222,5t5 .7 64 92
FORT SMITH 41,185 38,524 7.2 36,127 34,113 6.2 88 89
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 538,692 715,057 10.4- 448,313 418,600 7.4 70 58
RED RIVER VALLEY 196,995 194,444 1.6 112,560 112,625 .2 57 58
TEXAS PANHANDLE 109,960 133,964 17.7- 83,115 95,340 12.6- 76 71
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 72,297 75,695 4.2- 62,150 59,895 4.1 86 79
TOTAL 2/ 1,325,203 1,393,369 4.9- 965,789 943,158 2.7 73 67

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 193,774 189,285 2.7 167,809 163,737 2.8 87 86
NEW ORLEANS 485,778 455,815 6.9 314,068 314,286 .2 65 69
NORTH TEXAS 1,169,151 1,070,540 9.5 862,461 70-,553 22.1 74 66
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 161,131 175,155 8.3- 137,477 140,016 1.5- 85 79
AUSTIN WACO 137,299 125,521 9.7 124,099 114,461 ,87 90 91
SAN ANTONIO 290,947 297,096 1.3- 200,783 199,432 1.0 69 67
CORPUS CHRISTI 145,946 155,720 6.6- 127,237 134,559 5.1- 87 86
SOUTH TEXAS 581,309 106,880 --- 511,851 100,564 --- 81
TOTAL 2/ 1,414,875 1,400,592 1.3 1,071,473 1,066,493 .8 76 76

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 651,244 636,029 2.7 461,504 457,341 1.2 71 72
GREAT BASIN 411,814 394,261 4.8 250,912 242,5P9 3.7 61 6?
WESTERN COLORADO 35,111 37,668 6.5- 22,709 25,970 12.2- 65 69
CENTRAL ARIZONA 496,303 462,965 7.5 385,331 375,443 3.0 78 81
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 312,468 334,963 6.4- 235,016 235,185 .2 75 70
TOTAL 2/ 1,906,943 1,865,886 2.5 1,355,472 1,336,528 1.7 71 72

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 1,170,867 1,152,301 1.9 610,279 585,202 4.6 52 51
INLAND EMPIRE 185,995 183,712 1.5 121,899 120,444 1.5 66 66
TOTAL 2/ 1,356,862 1,336,013 1.8 732,178 705,646 4.1 54 53

58-MARET TOTAL 2/ 39,913,807 38,912,238 2.6 25,839,342 25,570,480 1,4 65 66

ALL*MARKeT TOTAL 55,910,156 51,685,697 8.5 35,712,961 33,258,828 '.7 64 64

I/ Volumes include 29-day totals for February 1968. The percentage changes are based on adjusted 28-day totals for
February 1968 to make them comparable to 1969.
2/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas.
3/ Class I plus Class TI = 5,115,882 thousand pounds and utilization 55% in 1968.
r/ Producer deliveries (20,513 thousand pounds) and producer deliverie, used in Class I (16,358 thousand pounds) included
in the Chicago pool in November 1968 have been excluded and are included in November 1968 Indiana total. These quantities are
associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under the Indiana order.





Table 7.--Federal milk order Class I price formula information, November 1969


Basic Supply-demand
: :Fluid : : Other : Class I
price
Marketing: I/ : di. computed :Effective : / : price
1/Dollars per 100 pounds
Dollars per 100 pounds


Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H.
Connecticut

New York-New Jersey
Delaware Valley

Upper Chesapeake Bay
Washington, D.C.
Tri-State
Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida


Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan
Northwestern Ohio
Eastern Ohio-Western
Columbus
Miami Valley
Cincinnati


Pa.:


Mich. Upper Peninsula
Chicago Regional
Louisville-Lex.-Evans.
Indiana
Southern Illinois
Central Illinois


Duluth-Superior
Minneapolis-St. Paul
Eastern South Dakota
Black Hills
North Central Iowa
Cedar Rapids-Iowa City
Quad Cities-Dubuque
Des Moines
Nebraska-Western Iowa
Minnesota-North Dakota
S.E. Minn.-Northern Iowa:


3/7.31
3/7.31

3/6.97
3/7.17


Uses the
Uses the
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58

4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


S 4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
:Uses the St.
4.58


4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


+0.25
+ .25

+ .25
+ .25


Delaware
Delaware
1.75
2.13
2.90
3.10
2.80

1.49
1.60
1.70
1.87
1.45
1.44
1.50


Valley
Valley











-0.10
+ .27
+ .27


1.35 ---
1.20 ---
1.49 ---
1.47 ---
Louis-Ozarks Class
1.39 ---


Class I price
Class I price


less 10c
less 10c


>.10
.27
.27


I price


less 7 cents


1.10
1.06
1.50
1.95
1.25
1.30
1.30
1.45
1.60
1.30
1.06


Continued


7.56
7.56

7.22
7.42


7.32
7.32
6.33
6.71
7.481
7.68'
7.38

6.07
6.18
6.28
6.45
5.93
6.29
6.35

5.93
5.78
6.07
6.05
6.11
5.97

5.68
5.64
6.08
6.53
5.83
5.88
5.88
6.03
6.18
5.88
5.64





Table 7.--Federal milk order Class I price formula information, November 1969 -Con.


Basic Supply-demand
: : Fluid : : Other : Class I
Marketing area price diff. 2/ price
: 1/ : iff Computed Effective : 2 : price
: Dollars per 100 pounds


St. Louis-Ozarks
Kansas City
Neosho Valley
Wichita


Paducah
Nashville
Memphis
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Mississippi
Georgia


Central Arkansas
Fort Smith
Oklahoma Metropolitan
Red River Valley
Texas Panhandle
Lubbock-Plainview

Northern Louisiana
New Orleans
North Texas
Central West Texas
Austin-Waco
San Antonio
Corpus Christi
South Texas

Eastern Colorado
Great Basin
Western Colorado
Central Arizona
Rio Grande Valley


Puget Sound
Inland Empire


4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


:Uses the St.
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


4.58
4.58
4.58
:Uses the
4.58
:Uses the

4.58
4.58
4.58
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
4.58

4.58
4.58
:Uses the
4.58
4.58


4.58
4.58


1.60
1.74
1.54
1.80


Louis-Ozarks Class
1.58 +0.02
1.94 ;IA
1.70 .48
1.95 .06
2.47
2.30


1.94 NA
1.95 NA
1.98
Okla. Metrop. Class
2.25 ---
North Texas Class I


2.47
2.85
2.32
North Texas
North Texas
North Texas
North Texas
2.68


Class
Class
Class
Class
Class


I price plus
+0.02
*
- .48
- .06


25 cents
-----


I price plus 22 cents

price plus 10 cents


price plus
price plus
price plus
price plus


2.30 .12 .12
2.25 --- --
Eastern Colorado Class I price
2.50 NA *
2.35


1.85
2.10


- .14


25 cents
38 cents
42 cents
75 cents


less 5 cents


- .14


6.18
6.32
6.23
6.38

6.43
6.18
6.52
5.80
6.47
7.05
6.88

6.52
6.53
6.56
6.78
6.83
7.00

7.05
7.43
6.90
7.15
7.28
7.32
7.65
7.26

6.76
6.83
6.71
7.08
6.93

6.43
6.54


Suspended.
'/ All markets based on Minnesota-Wisconsin price except where indicated.
2/ Other adjustments due to relation to other markets or amount by which Minnesota-
Wisconsin price at 3.5% butterfat exceeds $4.33.
3/ As specified in order.






TABLE 8.-WHOLE MILK. SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAqI AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, OCTOBER 1969 WInI COMPARIAHOS

WHOLE MILK I/ SKIM MILK ITEMS 2/ MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

OCTOBER CHANGE 1969 OCTOBER CHANGE 1969 OCTOBER CHANGE 1969
MARKETING AREA 1969 FROM 1968 1969 FROM 1968 1969 FROM 1968

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT OCT. TO AVG FAT OCT. TO AVG FAT OCT. TO
S CONTENT DAT* CONTEST DATE* CONTENT DATE*


LB.I
LB.


PERCENT


1,000
LB.


PERCENT


1,000
La._


PERCENT


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DELAWARE VALLEY

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY
WASHINGTON,D.C.
TRI-STATE
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN OHIO
F. OHIO W. PA. 3/
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI

WESTERN GROUP
MICH. UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL 4/
LOUIS,-LEX.-EVANS
INDIANA 5/
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINOIS


5,470 3.54 3.7 3.2 631.5 1.12
2,274 3.48 3.1 3.6 288,.1 1.26
1


3,276 3.40 3.4 5.9


1,354
1,798
987
331
905
1,348
1,192



5,449
918
5,674
926
613
1,076


233
7,186
1,458
2,571
1,177
353


WEST N3RTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 134
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 6/ 1,011
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 190
BLACK HILLS 59
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 335
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY 123
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 392
DES M)INLS 428
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA / 1,071
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA 364


3.55
3.57
3.51
3.53
3,57
3.67
3.48



3.51
3.51
3.50
3.50
3.52
3.51


3.55
3.43
3.38
3.40
3.23
3.25



3.34
3.28
3.32
3.36
3.44
3,42
3.42
3.38
3.59
3.34
3.30


- .6
- 1.0 -
7.8
1.0
2.6
5.9
1.6



- 4.8 -
- 9.6 -
- 2.2
- .1 -
- 4.7 -
7.4


- 4.0 -
- 3.7 -
- 3.9 -
- 1.2 -
.1 -
- 12.3 -


376,9 1.14


132.7
268.9
130.1
56.1
157.8
238.6
168.4



,189.5
276.6
1,008.3
158.4
257.2
286.4


60.5
1,8 8. 2
359.7
1,128.2
486.2
157.5


62.7
760.2
119.7
28.3
156.8
58.1
141.4
189.1
384.3
145.7


1.06
1.32
1.44
.94
1.02
1.05
1.06



1.41
1.65
1.55
1.45
1.69
1.56


l.c24
1.63
1.64
1.76
1.82
1.66



1.49
1.57
1.73
1.83
1.63
1.32
1.45
1.64
1.59
1.49


27.8 23.9 22.4 11.5 2.5 1.2
31.1 31.4 24.9 107 2.0 3.7


16.8 15.1


1.2
10.8
16.6
9.7
9.6
27.1
10.2



29.4
27.0
13.1
10.2
10.5
13.0


35.5
10.6
16.7
22.3
18.7
12.0



18.5
19.6
12.3
16.6
12.0
7.5
9.5
15.9
12.9
11.3


7.1
15.9
14,4
13.7
10.3
17.7
10.0



29.6
33.8
10.5
15.9
5.6
8.5


23.4
4.0
15.7
13.4
17.4
12.6



16.9
11.7
13.2
20.7
9.2
16.8
11.9
17.1
11.9
16.4


31.5 11.1 3.8 B.7


15.0
32.0
5.6
1.1
9.5
24. 1
5.8



101.9
11.1
69.1
9.9
7.2
12.6


3.5
168.3
14.2
39.4
21.7
8.0



2.3
23.1
4.3
1.1
6.5
2.7
7.9
9.0
23.0
6.3


11.7
12.1
11.7
12.0
11.1
10.9
11.1



10.6
11.0
10,7
10.8
10.9
10.8


11.7
11.9
11.2
11.5
11.3
11.0



11.7
10 5
11.2
12.2
11.7
11.4
11.8
12.6
11.2
11.4


- 4.6
- 5.4
- 8.1
4.0
- 7.2
- 1.6
- 14.4



- 3.9
- 14.6
- 8.0
- 5.1
8
7.2


- 9.2
- 9.8
- 7.4
10.6
- 8.1
- 9.8


7.8
7.4
5.1
3.1
3.8
4.7
12.9



7.5
12.0
2.6
7.9
9.2
4.4


7.1
5.5
8.3
5.5
b.5
8.0


- 4.6 5.1
- 1.5 4.8
.8 1.8
.3 3.5
- 8.1 10.7
- 2.2 5.4
- 4.2 7.7
- 8.2 5.1
- 8.4 9.2
- 2.3 .5
CONTINUED






TABLEB.-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAq, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLO IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, O0CTe3394M9WI I I G SOAIo -Wl.
CONTINUED
CREAM TOTAL FLUID

CHANGE 1969 CHANGE 1969

MARKETING AREA DAILY B UTTERFAT OCTOBER YEAR T3 DAILY BUTTERFAT OCTOBER YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT I DATE* AVERAGE CONTENT DATE*
1t000 LB.o PERCENT 1,000 LB.

NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 136.4 20.9 3.4 6.9 6,261 3.70 1.2 1.3
CONNECTICUT 27.3 24.0 12.0 8.7 2,614 3.51 .3 .9

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DELAWARE VALLEY 19.6 23.5 18.3 4.1 3,704 3.35 1.8 4.2

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 3.4 23.4 6.9 9.5 1,507 3.45 .4 .7
WASHINGTOND.C. 17.3 20.9 1.7 7.5 2,116 3.55 .3 .7
TRI-STATE .7 19.0 37.8 2.4 1,124 3.32 8.7 4.7
APPALACHIAN .4 22.1 2.6 18.5 389 3.20 2.1 3.6
TAMPA BAY 3*6 23.4 1.4 1.9 1,076 3.33 3.5 4.1
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 10.6 22.3 2.5 3.5 1,622 3.52 8.4 5.6
UPPER FLORIDA 3.1 24.0 14.4 9.2 1,370 3.26 2.5 1.3

EAST N3RTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 42.8 20.3 3.7 5.2 6.783 3.35 .2 .8
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 2.2 20.7 24.0 12.5 1,208 3.18 3.3 .9
E. OHIO M. PA. 3/ 37.0 19.5 6.1 7.7 6,789 3.37 .3 3.8
COLUMBUS 2.9 19.5 12.9 5.0 1,097 3.32 1.1 .6
MIAMI VALLEY 2.0 21.1 5.8 10.0 880 3.08 .7 2.3
CINCINNATI 3.6 22.1 8.1 9.2 1,379 3.22 8.5 4.4

WESTERN GROUP
MICH. UPPER PENINSULA 1.0 25.9 .7 6.7 298 3.33 2.0 1.7
CHICAGO REGIONAL 5/ 56.2 20.4 9.3 6.4 9,295 3.32 1.2 .6
LOUIS,-LEX.-EVANS 3.5 23.5 8.7 4.3 1,835 3.14 .5 .5
INDIANA 5/ 16.0 18.4 28.2 27.2 3,755 3.05 5.1 .3
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 5.4 18.4 3.3 2.2 1,690 2.98 4.7 3.1
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 2.8 18.1 31.7 0 521 2.97 5.9 .1

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 1.4 26.9 8.2 9.2 200 3.02 .7 .7
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL / 14.1 24.4 1.6 1.8 1,809 2.82 6.6 3.8
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 1.6 25.3 .3 2.3 315 2.94 2.7 1.4
BLACK HILLS .8 22.0 77.7 4.0 89 3.15 4.9 1.6
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 1.4 23.9 13.7 16.9 499 3.03 4.2 2.4
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY .5 22.1 34.6 30.0 185 2.93 3.7 .6
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 1.8 22.5 5.8 14.7 544 3.07 .4 .9
DES MOINES 2.2 23.8 7.1 2.0 628 3.20 2.5 2.3
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA 5/ 6.0 22.1 0 10.5 1,484 3.08 1.3 2.4
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA 5.3 28.5 9 5.0 523 3.20 .1 2.6
CONTINUED





TABLE 8.-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREA, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE OCTOBER 1969 WIT COMPARISOS -C m.

WHOLE MIML SKIM MILK ITEMS V/ MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

OCTOBER CHANGE 1969 OCTOBER CHANGE 1969 OCTOBER CHANGE 1969
MARKETING AREA 1969 FROM 1968 1969 FROM 1968 1969 FROM 19b8

UAILY RUTTER- YAR DAILY BUTTTc- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AV3 FAT OCT. Ir AVG FAT OCT. TO AVG FAT OCT. TO
C ONr T Ei r DAT I:*_ CUNTE'tT DATE* CONTENT DATE*
1.000 1,030 1.000
LU. PERCENT LB. PERCENT LB. PERCENT

W ST 'IRTH Cc dTOAL -CON.
Si)uTIiTHj r QULIP
ST LOUIS lIZARKS 5/ 1,459 3.29 3.5 '.9 54. 3 1.77 10.6 12.5 18.8 12.0 6.6 9.0
KANSAA CITY 1,231 3.33 .9 3.0 431.9 1.71 14.0 12.8 18.6 11.4 9.3 6.7
NFOSHJ VALLEY 193 3.34 .0 3.9 4,.5 1.7 29.5 18.4 3.1 11.7 9.4 4.2
WICHITt 423 3.30 .5 0.6 162.3 1.74 17.0 12.4 7.9 11.1 3.1 4.5

-AST SJUTH CENTRAL
PADUC&H 219 3.46 3.7 .3 35.3 1.3D 12.9 5.2 1.0 12.2 18.4 4.7
NASHVILLE 849 3.51 .2 1.6 104.4 .94 8.3 9.2 3.9 12.1 33 3.9
MEMPHIS 550 3.52 7.1 .3 109.7 1.24 12.2 15.7 4.5 12.1 7.4 5.5
KNOXVILLE 424 3.68 3.3 4.2 153.9 1.32 35.2 37.4 1.9 12.1 7.5 3.1
CHATT4NOJGA 7/ 395 3.35 1.7 .8 135.4 1.32 10.6 14.8 1.3 12.2 10.9 5.2
MISSISSIPPI 751 3.82 1.4 3.4 127.9 1.>6 12.7 11.2 4.2 12.3 2.7 2.3

WEST S1UTH CENTRAL
LJRTHE N GROUP
CENTRAL ARKA4SAS 491 3.45 3.5 .6 89.2 1.L5 10.6 8.2 3.6 12.0 3.2 6.5
nKLAHMMA M-T.;OPOLITAj 907 3.41 1.3 .7 155.d 1.71 18.d 17.7 8.5 11.4 4.2 5.6
RED RIVEn VALLEY 328 3.41 5.0 .4 :U.0O I.o2 .3 6.3 2.1 11.1 3.1 14.5
TFXAS PA 1HNDLE 219 3.4. 5.4 7.5 33.2 l.o9 9.3 10.4 2.1 11.9 4.2 9.5
LUBBOLK PLAINVI:W 194 3.47 .9 2.9 35.3 1,77 7.2 5.1 1.5 11.4 5.7 11.1

SOUTHE-N ;ROUI
rNiIRTH:RN LOIIlSIANA 340 3.83 1.5 1.1 60.9 1.te 6.9 6.6 1.1 11.6 43.1 11.5
'EW ORLEANS 675 3.db 1.4 1.> 104.8 1.57 19.0 17.6 7.3 12.3 3.1 3.5
NORTH TEXAS 7/ 1,753 3.41 b.5 4.3 501.d 1.46 9.4 .1 18.E 11.3 2.7 10.7
CENTRAL wEST TEXAS 307 3.38 2.4 2.8 105.3 1.o6 7.4 7.3 3.2 11.9 14.5 11.2
AUSTI' wACO 440 3.44 1.4 1.1 93.2 1.33 14.9 7.1 3.9 12.3 2.5 9.4
SAN A'NTD110 542 3.42 6.5 6.9 49.9 1.25 8.b .4 3.6 11.4 10.4 12.1
CORPUS CHRISTI 372 3.48 4.2 2.8 41. 1.54 3.1 14.1 3.2 11.9 2.3 5.1

MOUNTAIN N
'-ASTE4N COLnRADJ 1,116 3.35 .2 3.4 372.2 1..8 29.2 25.5 18.2 11.7 6.1 5,4
r.EAT BAi .l 521 3.45 2.6 4.1 319.7 1.,i2 12.2 14.5 6.0 12.4 6.9 5.7
CENTkhL ARIZONA 944 3.4& 15.3 6.0 242.1 1.25 14.1 1.0 11.7 10.9 1.9 2.9
10 G4ANJE V LLEY 830 3.52 .3 1.7 115.1 1.oB 24.1 23.0 8.2 11.9 3.4 2.8

PAC IF I
PUGET SOUNU 1,183 3.51 o.2 5.0 645.1 10z7 20.4 21.0 24.1 11.9 4.7 b.2
INLAND EMPIR. 192 3.53 .4 2.0 15;.1 l..b 12.3 14.1 5.0 11.6 .7 3.3

CrJMBINcD AREAS (60) 68,524 3.47 1.5 1.9 16,851.9 1.54 15.9 13.7 922.6 11.4 5.2 6.1

NEW YOLK- JEW JERSEY 8 --- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- .

CONTINUED






TABLE 8.-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITFMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, OCTOBER 1969.WITB COMPARISONS -Oo.
CONTINUED
CREAM TOTAL FLUID

CHANGE 1969 CHANGE 1969
OCTOBER 1969 FROM 1968 OCTOBER 1969 FROM 1968
MARKETING AREA DAILY BUTTERFAT OCBER DL U FA OCTOBER YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE* AVERAGE CONTENT DATE*
S1,000 LB. PERCENT 1,000 LB. PERCENT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 5/ 11.6 19.2 21.2 3.1 2,038 3.06 0.1 0.8
KANSAS CITY 5.0 22.8 3.5 4.1 1,687 3.08 2.4 .6
NEOSHO VALLEY .6 22.6 50.2 6.5 244 3.16 12.1 6.2
WICHITA 1.9 24.3 8.1 13.1 595 3.05 4.6 2.0

EAST S3UTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH .6 22.5 17.3 6.2 257 3.24 9.3 .4
NASHVILLE 1.8 25.5 6.9 .9 1,020 3.17 1.1 0
MEMPHIS 2.4 23.4 10.6 5.1 667 3.28 7.7 2.6
KNOXVILLE .9 23.1 9.7 0 580 3.11 .5 3.6
CHATTANOOGA 7/ .9 25.1 5.2 11.2 532 3.27 1.1 4.0
MISSISSIPPI 1.8 23.0 4.2 1.4 885 3.57 2.9 4.5

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1.6 22.6 49.5 8.0 585 3.2,6 4.6 1.7
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 2.8 22.1 7.9 9.2 1,074 3.28 3.9 2.7
RED RIVER VALLEY 1.0 21.2 .8 16.6 391 3.22 4.2 1.5
TEXAS PANHANDLE .8 23.4 19.7 -- 9.7 261' 3.31 3.5 5.2
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 1.2 27.1 10.6 1.4 232 3.38 .3 1.7

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 1.2 23.1 1.0 .3 404 3.58 2.1 1.8
NEW ORLEANS 2.0 22.6 2.3 6,3 789 3.68 .9 .6
NORTH TEXAS 7/ 11.8 24.2 9.7 17.0 2,286 3.15 7.0 3.0
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 1.3 26.3 13.5 2.7 417 3.08 .3 .5
AUSTIN WACO 1.6 27.0 16.5 8.5 539 3.21 3.5 .1
SAN ANTONIO 1.0 17.5 6.9 69 597 3.31 4.9 6.1
CORPUS CHRISTI .9 22.0 6.6 6.6 418 3.39 3.4 .6

MOUNTAIN
fASTERN COLORADO 7.2 22.1 11.9 10.1 1,513 3.13 5.6 2.2
GREAT BASIN 5.6 29.1 5.6 9.8 852 3.07 2.4 2.1
CENTRAL ARIZJNA 5.8 22.2 9.4 1.2 1,203 3.19 7.7 4.7
RIO GkANDE VALLEY 2.9 23.9 3.4 .3 957 3.43 2.6 .7

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 12.5 27.2 .2 1.8 1,865 3.21 1.7 2.2
INLAND EMPIRE 2.4 28.4 .1 5.1 355 3.08 4.8 3.7

COMBINED AREAS (60) 526.0 21.7 3.4 5.4 8t,827 3.29 1.4 .8


NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 8/


--- 16,092


- .7 .3


Data for February 1968 adjusted to a 28-day basis before computing percentage changes.
1/ Plain, flavored, and fluid equivalent of concentrated.
I/ Plain, fortified, and flavored skim and part skim milk, buttermilk, and cultured specialties.
3/ Sales represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The July 1, 1968 amendment merged and expanded the Wheeling, Northeastern Ohio,
and Youngstown-Warren markets and the May 1, 1969 amendment merged the Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania and Clarksburg markets.)
4/ Sales represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The July 1, 1968 amendment merged and expanded the Madison, Milwaukee, Northeasterr
Wisconsin, Northwestern Indiana, and Rock River Valley markets with the area formerly regulated under the Chicago order and the
January 1, 1969 amendment deleted from the Chicago Regional marketing area, the area formerly regulated under Northwestern Indiana.)
5/ Sales represent the area after the merger and expansion of Nebraska-Western Iowa and Sioux City May 1, 1968; St. Louis and Ozarks,
October 1, 1968; and, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and the Northwestern Indiana market which was formerly included in the Chicago Regional
marketing area, January 1, 1969.
6/ Sales for marketing area as defined prior to 1969 amendment.
7l Sales for marketing area as defined after the 1968 amendment.
8/ Small amount of sales estimated.












Table 9.--Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order markets, January 1969 to date, with comparisons 1/

January : February : Hrch April
SChange 1969 Change 1969 :Change 1969 : : Change 1969
ID : from from 9 from 1968 2 from 1968 : Da: from 1968
Item Daily ear Daily ---* Year Daily Year : Daily :Year
: Year : : Year :Year :Year
average :Jan. : to average Feb. to average : March to average Aprl to
Jan. : to Feb. : to : March to April : to
:: : date : : date : :date 2/:: :date /2
S1,000 lb. : Percent :1,000 lb. : Percent 1,000 lb. Percent :1,000 lb. : Percent


Whole milk 3/
Flavored whole milk

Total whole milk items

Lowfat (2%) milk
Plain
Solids added
Skim milk
Plain
Solids added
Buttermilk
Yogurt
Flavored milk drinks

Total skim and lowfat
milk items

Milk and cream mixtures


S66,668.8 : 0.8 : 0.8 :
S2,500.6 : + 3.5 : + 3.5 :

: 69,169.4 : .7 : .7 :


: 2,323.8 : +21.6 : +21.6 :
S7,129.5 : +17.6 : +17.6 :


- 2.0
+12.4
+ 4.5
+62.5
+16.1


- 2.0
+12.4
+ 4.5
+62.5
+16.1


: 15,285.3 : +14.3 : +14.3 :

: 943.2 : 5.6 : 5.6 :


65,621.6 : 1.2 : 1.0 :
2,629.4 : + 5.3 : + 4.4 :

68,251.0 : 1.0 : .8 :


2,357.3 : +24.4 : +22.9 :
7,285.0 : +18.4 : +18.0 :


1,116.1
2,396.8
1,628.1
73.6
760.0


- 2.0
+10.9
+ 3.1
+69.7
+12.3


- 2.0
+11.7
+ 3.8
+66.5
+14.2


15,617.0 : +14.4 : +14.3 :

963.4 : 6.0 : 5.8 :


64,154.4 : 2.2 : 1.4 :
2,508.7 : + .6 : + 3.0 :

66,663.1 : 2.1 : 1.3 :


2,318.2 : +21.0 : +22.3 :
7,390.4 : +16.4 : +17.4 :


1,099.7
2,432.0
1,646.8
82.7
755.5


- 4.8
+ 8.9
+ 1.6
+78.4
+ 5.4


- 3.0
+10.7
+ 3.1
+71.2
+11.1


15,725.2 : +12.0 : +13.5 :

944.5 : 5.5 : 5.7 :


63,394.4 : 1.9 : 1.5
2,445.8 : + 2.7 : + 3.0

65,840.2 : 1.8 : 1.4


2,380.5 : +26.5 : +23.3
7,323.7 : +14.0 : +16.5


1,103.5
2,520.1
1,637.2
94.2
738.9


- 4.2
+12.4
+ 1.4
+66.6
+ .9


- 3.3
+11.1
+ 2.6
+69.7
+ 8.4


15,798.2 : +12.0 : +13.1

937.4 : 5.9 : 5.7


Light cream
Heavy cream
Sour cream


Total cream items

Total fluid milk and
cream


: 527.6 : 6.3 : 6.3 :


:85,927.0 : + 1.5 : + 1.5 :


555.0 : 9.2 : 7.7 :


85,387.1 : + 1.4 : + 1.4 :


550.3 : 4.6 : 6.7 :


83,896.2 : + .3 : + 1.0 :


571.9 : 8.1 : 7.0


83,157.5 : + .5 : + .9


CONTINUED


1,082.4
2,299.6
1,639.2
50.2
760.6


175.4
121.6
230.5


- 7.9
- 8.0
- 4.1


- 7.9
- 8.0
- 4.1


176.7
134.4
244.0


-13.9
-11.0
- 4.4


-10.9
- 9.5
- 4.2


173.4
136.0
240.9


-10.4
- 7.9
+ 2.3


-10.7
- 8.9
- 2.0


174.3
155.4
242.2


-10.9
-13.5
- 1.9


-10.7
-10.3
- 2.0














Table 9.--Daily average


sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order markets, January 1969 to date, with comparisons ./
-Con.


: May June : July : August
: : Change 1969 :: Change 1969 : : Change 1969 : Change 1969
: from 1968 : from 1968 from 1968 from 1968
Item Daily : Year : Daily : Year Daily : Year Dily : : ear
average : May to average June : to average :July : to average :Augut to
: t :date 2/: : :date 2/. :date 2/. :date /
;1,000 l. : Percent : 1000 lb. : Percent : 1000 lb. : Percent :1000 lb.: Percent


Whole milk 3/
Flavored whole milk

Total whole milk items

Lowfat (2%) milk
Plain
Solids added
Skim milk
Plain
Solids added
Buttermilk
Yogurt
Flavored milk drinks

Total skim and lowfat
milk items

Milk and cream mixtures


62,682.3 : 1.3 : 1.5 :
2,430.5 : + 1.9 : + 2.7 :


65,112.8


: 1.2 : 1.4 :


2,398.7 : +25.7 : +23.8 :
7,323.4 : +14.8 : +16.2 :


1,050.1
2,572.3
1,683.4
103.2
727.1


-10.0
+18.8
+ 3.8
+62.5
+ .4


- 4.7
+12.7
+ 2.9
+67.8
+ 6.7


: 15,858.2 : +13.0 : +13.1 :

: 954.9 : 4.1 : 5.4 :


56,379.5 : 2.0 : 1.6 :
1,470.9 : 4.4 : + 1.9 :


57,850.4


: 2.1 : 1.5 :


2,170.8 : +23.1 : +23.6 :
7,041.4 : +16.1 : +16.1 :


800.7
2,514.7
1,644.1
97.5
723.4


14,992.5


-20.6
+20.8
+ 3.1
+78.4
+ 3.2


- 7.1
+14.0
+ 2.9
+69.8
+ 6.3


: +13.0 : +13.1 :


903.6 : 4.6 : 5.4 :


56,519..1: 3.1 : 1.8 : 57,504.7
1,347.3 : 2.1 : + 1.6 : 1,441.8

57,866.4 : 3.1 : 1.7 : 58,946.5


2,265.0 : +26.7 : +24.1 :
6,977.0 : +19.0 : +16.5 :


837.4
2,396.1
1,669.9
88.1
734.6


: -14.7
: +19.3
: + 1.4
:+104.1
: 3.1


- 8.1
+14.7
+ 2.7
+74.2
+ 4.8


: 5.7 : 2.3
S- 40 : + 1.1

S- 5.7 2.2


2,175.8 : +18.9 : +23.4
7,265.4 +15.8 : +16.4


826.4
2,392.0
1,648.0
89.3
750.3


14,968.2 : +14.4 : +13.3 : 15,147.2


880.8 : 8.1 : 5.8 :


: -14.8
S+13.9
: 2.1
4-128.8
: 4.6


S- 8.8
S+14.6
S+ 2.1
S+80.0
+ 3.5


;+10.7 : +12.9


881.9 : -10.1 :- 6.3


Light cream
Heavy cream
Sour cream


Total cream items

Total fluid milk and
cream


: 586.4 : 4.0 : 6.4 :


: 82,512.5 : + 1.2 : + 1.0 :


556.7 : 2.8 : 5.8 :


74,303.4 : + .6 : + .9 :


529.3 : 6.9 : 6.0 : 528.6 : 7.2 : 6.1


74,244.9 : .1 : + .8 : 75,504.4 :- 2.9 :+ .3

-Continued


176.5
163.2
246.7


6.9 :
5.8 :
.5 :


-10.0
- 9.3
- 1.7


161.9
146.2
248.6


- 9.0
- 8.1
+ 5.6


9.8 :
9.1 :
.5 :


155.6
130.7
243.0


: -11.0
: 7.9
: 3.6


-10.0
- 8.9
- 1.0


158.9
120.9
248.8


: -14.6
: -10.7
:+ .3


: -10.6
:- 9.1
- .8











Table 9.--Daily average


sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order markets, January 1969 to date, with comparisons I/
-Con.


:September October : November : December
: Change 1969 :Change 196 : Change 1969 :Change 1969
: from 1968 from 1968 from 1968 : Day from 1968
Item Daily : Year Daily : Year Daily : Year Daily : Year
average S : to Oct. average :average a Dc. to
Sept. : to : .Oct. to : Nov. : to : Dec. : to
: :date 2/ :date 2/: :date /: ::date 2/
1,000 lb. : Percent :1,000 lb. : Percent :1,000 lb. : Percent :1,000 lb. : Percent


Whole milk 3/
Flavored whole milk

Total whole milk items

Lowfat (27) milk
Plain
Solids added
Skim milk
Plain
Solids added
Buttermilk
Yogurt
-Flavored milk drinks

Total skim and lowfat
milk items

Milk and cream mixtures


:64,404.5 : + 0.5 : 2.0 :
: 2,893.2 : + 7.6 : + 2.0 :

: 67,297.6 : + .8 : 1.8 :


: 2,225.5 : +12.5 : +17.7 :
:7,944.0 : +25.2 : +18.8 :


919.4
2,576.1
1,606.1
97.5
778.8


: 5.3
: +18.5
: + 2.3
:+143.6
: .6


-14.6
+18.1
+ 2.1
+86.0
+ 3.0


16,147.5 : +16.5 : +13.3 :

903.1 : 4.9 : 6.2 :


65,536.1 : 1.8 : 1.9 :
2,987.9 : + 5.2 : + 2.4 :

68,524.0 : 1.5 : 1.8 :


2,528.4 : +17.1 : +18.3 :
8,250.0 : +23.5 : +19.3 :


969.0
2,644.1
1,607.4
103.7
749.3


: 6.4
: +18.4
: + 1.8
:+120.5
: 7.4


-13.8
+18.2
+ 2.1
+89.6
+ 1.8


16,851.9 : +15.9 : +13.7 :

922.6 : 5.2 : 6.1 :


Light cream
Heavy cream
Sour cream


Total cream items

Total fluid milk and
cream


: 531.7 : 1.2 : 5.6 :


: 84,880.9 : + 3.3 : + .7 :


526.0 : 3.4 : 5.4 :


86,826.7 : + 1.4 : + .8 :


1/ See Table 8 for markets included.
2/ Data for February 1968 adjusted to a 28-day basis before computing percentage changes.
3/ Includes whole milk equivalent of concentrated milk.


163.9
114.7
253.1


- 4.8
- 5.6
+ 3.4


-10.0
- 8.8
- .4


157.9
119.8
248.2


: -13.3
: 6.5
S+ 6.2


-10.3
- 8.6
+ .3






Table 10.--Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, November 1/

Base price Excess price Base price Excess price
Marketing area : Marketing area
: November : November :: November : November
: 1969 : 1968 : 1969 : 1968 :: : 1969 : 1968 : 1969 : 1968
Dollars per 100 lb. :: Dollars per 100 lb.

Appalachian :: Memphis
Central Arkansas ::: Nashville
Chattanooga :: New Orleans
Delaware Valley :: Puget Sound :6.22 5.96 4.39 4.33
Fort Smith :Southern Michigan : 5.70 5.55 4.27 4.19
Kansas City :Upper Chesapeake Bay
:Washington, D.C.

1/ See footnotes on table 1 for location at which price is reported.







Table ll.--Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal milk orders, November

Marketing area November :: Marketing area November
: 1969 : 1968 :: 1969 : 1968
Dol. per 100 lb. :: : Dol. per 100 lb.

Central Arizona :: Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H. 0.19 0.19
Central Illinois : 0.38 0.38 :: Miami Valley .28 .26
Cincinnati .28 .28 :Nebraska-Western Iowa .47 .45
Columbus .29 .28 :: New York-New Jersey : .20 .21
Connecticut .25 .25 :Paducah .52 .58
Eastern South Dakota : .22 .24 :: St. Louis-Ozarks .36 .38
Indiana : .31 .25 :: Southern Illinois : .41 .35
Inland Empire : .32 :: Tri-State : .28 .26
Louisville-Lexington-
Evansville .44 .46








Table 12.--Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets 1/

september 1969 :: October 1969 :: November 1969
Product Composition :: :
: Mkts. :Handlers: Volume :: Mkts. :Handlers: Volume :: Mkts. :Handlers: Volume

Number : 1000 lb.:: Number : 1000 lb.:: Number : 1.000 lb.

Filled milk:
Nondairy fat and:
Fluid skim milk :14 31 2,965 :: 14 29 3,067 :: 13 28 2,778
Nonfat dry milk : 7 12 849 :: 5 9 757 :: 5 9 587

Imitation milk:
Nondairy fat and:
Sodium caseinate and
other protein 5 5 2/ :: 5 5 2/ :: 5 5 2/

Total 20* 48 3,814 20* 43 3,824 ::/19* 42 3,365

Represents number of markets reporting sales of one or more products. 1/ The survey information
reported here may not reflect all sales of filled and imitation milks in all order markets. 2/ Unknown.
3/ Austin-Waco, Central Arizona, Central Illinois, Cincinnati, Corpus Christi, Delaware Valley, Eastern
Colorado, Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Miami Valley, Minnesota-North Dakota, Nebraska-Western Iowa,
New Orleans, New York-New Jersey, North Texas, Oklahoma Metropolitan, San Antonio, Southern Illinois,
Tampa Bay, and Upper Chesapeake Bay.








Table 13.--Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in Federal milk order pricing formulas, January 1969 to date, with comparisons

Dairy product market prices
BUTTER ::CHEDDAR, CHEESE:: NONFAT DRY MILK, SPRAY :: CREAM
Chicago New York Wi: s. primary :: Chitago area : at Chicago Southeastern
: :.: : : markets :: plants 2/ ; : Pa 3/
Month : 92-Score : 93(92)-Score :: 92-Score : 92-Score I/ : 93-Score cha : hae : hange
: :Change : :Change :: :Change : :Change : :Change :: 1969 .rom 1969 .fr 1969 from 1969 frome
:1969 : from : 1969 : from :: 1969 : from : 1969 : from : 1969 : from :: : 1fro8 : 1968 : 1968 :: 196 f
: : 1968 : : 1968 :: : 1968 : : 1968 : : 1968 ::968 : ::
S: : Dollars per
Cents per pound :: 40-quart can

January : 66.41 : -0.03 : 66.41 : -0.03 :: 67.41 : +0.11 : 68.36 : +0.74 : 67.73 : +0.37 :: 48.52 : +2.34 :: 22.95 : 43.53 : 24.42 : +3.62 :: 28.06 : -0.34
February : 66.39 : .05 : 66.39 : .05 :: 67.34 : + .07 : 67.37 : + .08 : 67.55 : + .21 :: 48.13 : +2.25 :: 22.94 : +3.48 : 24.42 : +3.62 :: 27.59 : .42
March : 66.39 : .05 : 66.40 : .04 :: 67.31 : + .07 : 67.28 : + .03 : 67.58 : + .18 :: 49.56 : +4.37 :: 23.04 : +3.55 : 24.42 : +3.14 :: 27.31 : .59
April : 67.59 : +1.15 : 67.61 : +1.17 :: 68.29 : +1.01 : 67.78 : + .56 : 68.48 : + .90 :: 50.81 : +3.21 :: 23.01 : +1.05 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 27.49 : .20
May : 67.64 : +1.20 : 67.64 : +1.19 :: 68.41 : +1.11 : 68.41 : +1.09 : 68.75 : +1.14 :: 51.22 : +3.43 :: 23.03 : + .41 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 27.65 : .07
June : 67.64 : +1.20 : 67.64 : +1.20 :: 68.45 : +1.24 : 68.39 : +1.13 : 68.75 : +1.30 :: 51.50 : 44.12 :: 22.98 : + .44 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 27.65 : .07
July : 67.64 : +1.21 : 67.64 : +1.19 :: 68.63 : +1.25 : 68.51 : +1.25 : 68.85 : +1.23 :: 51.50 : +4.62 :: 22.96 : + .19 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 28.05 : + .09
August : 67.80 : +1.21 : 67.91 : +1.18 :: 68.80 : +1.12 : 68.79 : +1.36 : 69.17 : +1.34 :: 51.50 : +4.15 :: 23.01 : + .11 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 28.37 : .14
September: 69.85 : +1.31 : 70.13 : +1.54 :: 70.38 : +1.29 : 68.89 : + .88 : 70.76 : +1.37 :: 52.35 : +4.79 :: 22.95 : + .04 : 24.42 : + .12 :: 28.62 : .38
October : 68.23 : + .94 : 68.32 : +1.04 :: 69.34 : + .73 : 70.86 : +1.39 : 69.80 : + .79 :: 53.47 : +5.09 :: 22.93 : .02-: 24.42 :- .04 :: 29.06 : -.50
November : 67.84 : +1.05 : 68.17 : +1.01 :: 68.72 : + .77 : 68.69 : + .60 : 69.16 : + .70 :: 54.50 : +6.12 :: 23.14 : + .39 : 24.42 .06 :: 28.83 : + .11
December: : : : : : : : : : : ::
: :: : :::: :: :: : : : :: :


: Prices paid for manufacturing grade milk, 3.5% butterfat content
:U. S manufacturing : Minn.-Wis. manuf. : Butter-powder :: Local plant as listed in:
Month : plants 4/ grade milk 5/ "Snubber" 6/ :: Appalachian : New Orleans
1969 : Change : 1969 : Change : 1969 : Change :: 1969 Change : 1969 :Change
: from 1968 : : from 1968 : : from 1968 :: : from 1968 : : from 1968
Dollars per 100 lbs. f.o.b. plant

January : 4.14 : +0.22 : 4.27 : +0.26 : 4.19 : +0.29 :: 3.65 :+0.21 : 3.54 :+0.10
February : 4.15 : + .25 : 4.23 : + .23 : 4.19 : + .28 :: 3.65 : + .23 : 3.54 : + .13
March : 4.17 + .25 : 4.28 : + .26 : 4.20 : + .29 3.65 + .20 : 3.54 : + .10
April : 4.21 : + .12 : 4.34 : + .16 : 4.25 : + .14 :: 3.64 : + .02 : 3.53 : .02
May 4.21 + .11 : 4.37 : + .18 : 4.25 : + .08 :: 3.64 : 0 : 3.53 : .01
June :4.26: + .17 :4.39 : + .21 : 4.25 : + .09 :: 3.64 + .08 : 3.53 : + .08
July : 4.27 : + .19 : 4.41 + .23 : 4.24 : + .06 :: 3.65 : + .09 : 3.53 : + .08
August : 4.28 : + .18 : 4.42 : + .22 : 4.25 : + .06 :: 3.64 : + .08 : 3.52 : + .07
September : *433 + .21 : 4.49 : + .26 : 4.34 : + .06 :: 3.67 : + .11 : 3.53 : + .09
October : 4.38 + .23 : 4.58 : + .30 : 4.27 + .04 :: 3.76 : + .16 3.55 : + .10
November : 4.45 : + .29 : 4.62 : + .35 : 4.27 : + .08 :: 3.78 : + .16 : 3.56 : + .11
December : : : :

f 16th of preceding mt th through 15th of current month. 21 26th of preceding month through 25th of current
month. 3/ Average aid-point of range (CL & LCL). 4/ 3.5 percent price converted by using New York 92-score butter
price (mid-mon.tt) times 0.125. 5/ 3.5 percent price converted by using Chicago 92-score butter price times 0.120.
6/ Chicago 92-score butter price times 4.2 plus (nonfat dry milk, spray, Chicago area plant price time 8.2)
les 48 cents.











Table 14.--U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis 1/, January 1969 to date, with comparisons*

Milk eligible :Paid by dealers :
All milk fluid elgble i d by dealer : Manufacturing Paid farmers for milk used in:
S: for fluid for milk used n :/
S olesale 2 : market / :fluid products 3/: grae ilk B 4 American: Evaporated
wholesale 2/ ........ Butter 4/
month : Change Change Change Change : cheese : milk C
1969* from 1969* from 1969* from 1969* fromChange Change Chage
S 196* :1968 196: 1968* 1969 from 1969 : from : 196 from
: 1968 968** : 16e* 968:
IALIaU Ie iu oN u


Dollars per 0uI pounds

: 5.74 : +0.29 : 6.7

: 5.72 : + .29 : 6.1

: 5.63 : + .30 : 6.7

: 5.50 : + .21 : 6.

: 5.46 : + .17 : 6.

: 5.44 : + 21 : 6.1

: 5.59 : + .13 : 6.;

: 5.77 : + .11 : 6.

: 5.89 : + .08 : 6.8


5.28

5.27

5.18

5.10

5.06

5.04

5.16

5.31

5.45

5.59

5.64


Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

SJuly

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.
Av.


0

1l



10

71

72

14

78

83

87

92


: 6.

: 6.


: +0.30

: + .35

: + .36

: + .35

: + .19

: + .19

: + .16

: + .19

:+ .19

: + .18

: + .23


: 4.15

: 4.15

: 4.17

: 4.21

: 4.21

: 4.26

: 4.28

: 4.28

S4.33

S4.40

S4.47


: +0

: +

: +

: +

: +

: +

: +

: +

: +


.22 ::

.24

.24::

.12

.11

.17

.19

.18 :

.20

.23 :

.29


4.18

4.18

4.19

4.23

4.25

4.27

4.27

4.27

4.32

4.37

4.39


+0.25

+ .23

+ .24

+ .09

+ .11

+ .13

+ .12

+ .12

+ .15

+ .19

+ .19


Dollars per I pounds

: 4.16 : +0.20 :

: 4.17 :+ .26 :

: 4.25 : + .33 :

: 4.25 : + .21 :

: 4.26 : + .21 :

: 4.29 : + .26 :

: 4.29 : + .29 :

: 4.31 : + .29 :

: 4.40 : + .35 :

: 4.52 : + .41 :

: 4.58 : + .42 :


* Preliminary. ** Based on partially revised data.
I/ Converted by using Chicago 92-score butter times 0.120.
2/ "Agricultural Prices," SRS.
j/ 3.5% price as reported in the "Fluid Milk and Cream Report," SRS.
"/ 'Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and Cheese Plants," SRS.
5/ "Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS.


S +0.25

: + .27

: + .26

: + .19

S + .14

: + .19

S + .13

: + .12

S + .11


: 6.01

: 6.08


: + .12

: + .19


+0.18

+ .20

+ .21

+ .12

+ .12

+ .17

+ .17

+ .17


4.04

4.07

4.10

4.10

4.12

4.14

4.12

4.11

4.11

4.17

4.20





r r





Table 15.--U.S. production, January 1969 to date, with comparisons

S Milk lI : Butter 2/ : American cheese / : Nonfat dry milk I/
Month : Change :: Change :: Change : Change
: 1969* : from : 1969* : from : 1969* : from 1969* : from
:: 1968 : 1968 : 1968 : 1968
Bil. lb.: Pct. : Mil. b. : Pct. Mil. lb. : Pet. M:il. Ib. : Pct.

Jan. 9.4 : -1.5 : 106.6 -1 : 90.7 : -4 120.9 : -4
Feb. : 8.8 -4.5 : 95.7 : -5 : 87.3 : -7 : 114.8 : -9
Mar. : 10.0 : -1.8 : 104.7 : -3 : 101.3 : -5 : 133.1 : -7
Apr. : 10.3 : -1.9 : 109.6 : -3 : 113.2 : -6 : 149.3 : -10
May : 11.0 : -1.6 : 116.1 : -5 : 135.6 : -4 : 173.5 : -10
June 10.8 : -.7 : 111.1 -4 : 140.6 : 0 178.5 : -7
July 10.2 : -.4 : 93.5 : -5 : 124.1 : +1 : 141.2 : -8
Aug. : 9.6 : +.5 : 77.2 : -4 : 111.8 : +4 111.1 : -8
Sept. : 9.1 : +1.0 : 67.6 : -2 : 98.4 : +5 : 83.0 : -8
Oct. : 9.2 : +.3 : 75.9 -3 94.8 : +6 79.0 : -12
Nov. : 8.7 : -.4 : 72.2 : -8 : 88.2 : +9 : 74.3 : -24
Dec. : :
Year to : .
date : 107.0 -1.0 1,030.2 -4 1,186.0 0 1,351.6 -9
Preliminary. 1/ "Milk Production," SRS. 2/ "Production of Creamery Butter and Cheese,"
SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS.


Table 16.--Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1969 to date, with comparisons

Storage Holdings 1/
Butter 2 :: American cheese 2/ :: Nonfat dry milk
Month Commer-: Total : ; : Total ::Commer- : : Total
Gov't : Gov'to.
:cial : Got : :Change er-: Gov't : :Change : cial ov't :Change
1969 : 1969* 1969* :from cial : 1969* : 1969* :from :: 1969* 1969 969* :from
1969:1968 :: 1969* : :1968 7 4/: :1968
Million pounds : Pct. Million pounds : Pct. Million pounds : Pc

Jan. : 15.5 : 89.0 : 104.5 : -36 :: 272.2 : 24.2 : 296.4 : -9 :: 72.7 : 201.8 : 274.5 : +10
Feb. : 17.0 : 98.1 : 115.1 : -33 :: 237.2 : 33.9 : 271.1 : -13 :: 68.5 : 210.7 : 279.2 : +5
Mar. : 20.0 : 101.4 : 121.4 : -31 :: 243.7 : 19.3 : 263.0 : -13 :: 64.0 : 204.7 : 268.7 : -1
Apr. : 28.7 : 105.8 : 134.5 : -25 :: 241.6 : 17.9 : 259.5 : -18 :: 75.2 : 183.1 : 258.3 : -12
May : 31.5 : 131.1 : 162.6 : -18 :: 265.3 : 15.4 : 280.7 : -18 :: 108.0 : 192.9 : 300.9 : -8
June : 41.7 : 153.6 : 195.3 : -13 :: 297.6 : 10.7 : 308.3 : -17 :: 137.1 : 202.6 : 339.7 : -10
July : 44.6 : 153.4 : 198.0 : -18 :: 320.0 : 7.1 : 327.1 : -16 :: 149.1 : 228.8 : 377.9 : -5
Aug. : 44.4 : 141.2 : 185.6 : -17 :: 322.7 : 4.4 : 327.1 : -16 :: 150.9 : 230.7 : 381.6 : 0
Sept. : 33.9 : 121.4 : 155.3 : -21 :: 305.7 : 3.4 : 309.0 : -18 :: 130.4 : 208.8 : 339.2 : 0
Oct. : 27.3 : 97.9 : 125.2 : -23 :: 291.1 : 3.5 : 294.6 : -15 :: 108.3 : 187.1 : 295.4 : +3
Nov. : 22.3 : 81.4 : 103.7 : -25 :: 272.5 : 2.3 : 274.8 : -18 :: 92.0 : 171.0 : 263.0 : -3
Dec. : : : : :: ::
Preliminary. 1/ End of month. 2/ "Cold Storage Report," SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, Condensed and
Dry Milk," SRS. 4/ "Summary of Processed Commodities in Store," ASCS.


Table 17.--CCC purchases (Delivery basis), January 1969 to date, with comparisons

Butter 1/ American cheese I/ Nonfat dry milk I/ : Milk equivalent of
: -- : net CCC purchases 2/
Month :: Change: : Change :: Change : : Change
1969 : from : 1969 : from : 1969 : from : 1969 : from
:: 1968 : : 1968 : : 1968 : : 1968
1.000 lb. : Pct. : 1.000 lb. : Pct. : 1000 lb. : Pct. : Mil. lb. : Pet.

Jan. : 19,556 : +4 : 198 : -98 : 42,757 : -16 : 420 : -12
Feb. 25,429 : -8 : 0 : -100 : 43,390 : -12 : 542 : -19
Mar. : 20,049 :-26 : 4,704 : -40 : 46,235 : +36 : 459 :-30
Apr. 27,641 : +32 : 12,499 : +100 : 26,215 : -56 : 715 -60
May 39,588 : +18 : 5,007 : +562 : 42,629 : -38 : 897 : +24
June : 22,263 : -43 : 0 : -100 : 49,537 : -26 : 475 : -50
July : 21,944 : +5 : 0 : -100 : 42,469 : -33 : 470 :-21
Aug. : 5,269 -4 : 0 : -100 : 34,927 : -22 : 163 : -20
Sept. : 534 : +100 : 0 : -100 : 29,216 : +4 : 48 : -73
Oct. : 3,683 : +677 : 0 : -100 12,529 : -60 110 : -19
Nov. : 2,052 :+90 : 1,916 -73 14,571 -30 85 :-24
Dec. :
Year to :
date 188,008 -4 24,324 -72 384,475 -26 4,384 -15
1/ "Dairy Price Support Activity Report," ASCS. 2/ CCC purchases (delivery basis) of butter,
cheese, and evaporated milk, plus PIK certificates issued for butter, minus CCC domestic sales
for unrestricted use of butter and cheese, ASCS.





Sources of Milk for Federal Milk Order Markets, December 1968


Detailed information on sources of milk for Federal order markets is published every
other year in a report entitled "Sources of Milk for Federal Order Markets, by State
and County" (CM&S-50). The latest issue of this report is 1968 and contains sources
of milk information for December 1967. Less detailed information has been compiled
for December 1968 and is presented here.

During December 1968, handlers regulated under 67 Federal milk marketing orders
received milk from more than 142 thousand producers in 46 states. The volume of milk
received from these producers accounted for 52 percent of the milk sold to plants and
dealers and about 75 percent of the fluid Grade A milk sold to plants and dealers in
the United States in 1968. The primary source of producer milk for most Federal order
markets was the states or states in which the marketing area was located.

In each of 12 markets, Federal order handlers received all of their producer milk from
dairy farmers in one state. Conversely, producers in each of seven states delivered
milk to 10 or more Federal order markets. In three of these seven states Wisconsin,
Oklahoma, and Texas producers delivered milk to handlers in 12 different Federal
orders. Producers in Minnesota delivered milk to handlers in 11 different Federal
orders; and producers in Indiana, Iowa, and Missouri delivered milk to handlers in 10
different Federal orders. Advances in refrigerations, bulk tank assembly and improved
highways, have made it easier for producers to become associated with more distant
markets. (See table 29.)

Producers in 2,018 counties in 46 states delivered milk to Federal order handlers. As
might be expected, the concentration of producers, in a county was most pronounced in
a large dairy states which have within their boundaries, or are near one large
metropolitan areas. Over half of the 47 counties which had over 500 producers were
located in the States of New York and Wisconsin. Over 75 percent of the 178 counties
which had over 200 producers were located in the States of New York, Wisconsin
Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ohio. (See map on page 3.)






Table. 18.--Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers and producer deliveries, by market and
State, December 1968

Marketing area :: r :Percentage :: Marketing area : Producer :Percentage
and States :Producers: .deleri :of producer :: and States :Producers: :of producer
S. .. ,, .. deliveries .. deliveries


supplying milk /


APPALACHIAN
Ky.
N.C.-W. Va.
Tenn.
Va.

AUSTIN-WACO
Texas

BLACK HILLS
S. Dak.-(Wyo.)

CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY
Iowa

CENTRAL ARIZONA
Ariz.-(Calif.)

CENTRAL ARKANSAS
Ark.
La.-Okla.-Texas
Mo.

CENTRAL ILLINOIS
Ill.
Minn.-(Wis.)

CENTRAL WEST TEXAS
Texas-(N. Mex.)

CHATTANOOGA
Ga.-(Ala.)
Tenn.

CHICAGO REGIONAL
Ill.
Ind.
Mich.-Minn.
Wis.

CINCINNATI
Ind.
Ky.
Ohio

CLARKSBURG
Md.-Pa.
W. Va.

COLUMBUS
Ohio

CONNECTICUT
Conn.
Mass.
N.Y.

CORPUS CHRISTI
Texas

DELAWARE VALLEY
Del.
Md.
N.J.
N.Y.
Pa.
Vt.-Va.-W. Va.


:deliveries :: supplying milk :deliveries


: Percent ::


100.0
7.8
4.3
36.4
51.5

100.0
100.0


Number : IUU lb. : Percent


1-198
1,102
74
22


Number

745
79
31
281
354

294
294

102
102

364
364

182
182

793
761
16
16

743
672
71

283
283

624
91
533

16 842
1,953
651
18
:14,220

2 636
571
967
1,098

157
20
137

S1625
1,625

: 1927
:1,046
98
783

185
185

5 337
253
551
359
167
:3,941
66


:L 000 b.

28 432
2,201
1,226
10,358
14,647

12,152
12,152

4.810
4,810

11,014
11,014

44,300
44,300

24,712
24,061
255
396

21 495
18,885
2,610

14,678
14,678

22 314
4,104
18,210

567.322
65,039
18,907
532
482,844

55 045
14,747
13,608
26,690

4.898
1,086
3,812

44,158
44,158

97 167
47,389
5,294
44,484

12,819
12,819

197,004
7,427
22,068
16,413
9,694
139,180
2,222


100.0
18.4
81.6

100.0
11.5
3.3
.1
85.1

100.0
26.8
24.7
48.5

100.0
22.2
77.8

100.0
100.0

100.0
48.8
5.4
45.8

100.0
100.0

100.0
3.8
11.2
8.3
4.9
70.7
1.1


::FORT SMITH
: Ark.-(Okla.)

::FORT WAYNE
Ind.
Mich.
Ohio
: Wis.

::GREAT BASIN 2/
Idaho
Nev. -Wyo.
:Utah

::INDIANAPOLIS
IIl.-(Mich.)
Ind.
Ohio
Wis.

::INLAND EMPIRE
Idaho-(Mont.)
Wash.

::KANSAS CITY
Iowa-Nebr.
Kans.
Mo.

::KNOXVILLE
Tenn.

::LOUISVILLE-LEX.-EVANS
Ill.
Ind.
Ky.-(Tenn.)


35 760
32,679
2,561
520


::DES MOINES
:Iowa
:Minn.
: Mo.-Wis.
::
::DULUTH-SUPERIOR
: Minn.
:Wis.

::EASTERN COLORADO
: Colo.
:: Idaho eb.-[Kali.
: S. Dak.
:Utah
Wyo.
::
::EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN
:Ind.
:Md.
:Mich.
: N.Y.
:Ohio
:. Pa.
: W. Va.
::


100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0

100.0
97.4
1.0
1.6

100.0
87.9


Continued


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683 14 202
339 6,810
344 7,392

1.300 58.506
952 53,343
31 716
59 559
185 2,365
73 1,523

10 168 252 282
491 11,010
150 3,779
40 908
204 7,082
4,819 129,559
4,255 96,187
209 3,757

384 14 176
19 826
55 2,365
310 10,985

167 3 684
167 3,684

893 25 982
469 14,020
104 2,311
38 1,104
282 8,547

913 34 204
70 3,018
13 811
830 30,375

2.921 84.594
239 5,289
2,008 55,838
203 5,370
471 18,097

44 17 263
139 3,833
305 13,430

2.234 90 874
59 2,464
1,148 47,636
1,027 40,774

703 23,682
703 23,682

32 035 81 338
43 1,171
803 20,708
2,189 59,459


100.0
91.4
7.1
1.5

100.0
48.0
52.0

100.0
91.2
1.2
1.0
4.0
2.6

100.0
4.4
1.5
.4
2.8
51.3
38.1
1.5

100.0
5.8
16.7
77.5.

100.0
100.0

100.0
54.0
8.9
4.2
32.9

100.0
8.8
2.4
88.8

100.0
6.3
66.0
6.3
21.4

100.0
22.2
77.8

100.0
2.7
52.4
44.9

100.0
100.0

100.0
1.4
25.5
73.1


12.1 ::EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
: Iowa
100.0 :: Minn.
100.0 :: S. Dak.






Table 18.--Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers and
State, December 1968 -Continued


producer deliveries, by market and


Marketing a
and State
supplying mi


LUBBOCK-PLAINVI
N. Mex.
Okla.
Texas

MASSACHUSETTS-R
Conn.
Maine
Mass.
N.H.
N.Y.
R. I.
Vt.

MEMPHIS
Ark.
Ky.-Mo.-Okla.
Miss.
Tenn.

MIAMI VALLEY
Ind.
Ohio

MICHIGAN UPPER
Mich.
Wis.

MINNEAPOLIS-ST.
Minn.-(Iowa)
Wis.

MINNESDTA-NORTH
Minn.
N. Dak.-(S. I

MISSISSIPPI
Miss.-(Ala.)-


NASHVILLE
Ky.
Tenn.


NEBRASKA-WESTER
Iowa
Kans.- Wyo.-S
Minn.
Nebr.

NEOSHO VALLEY
Ark.-Okla.
Kans.
Mo.

NEW ORLEANS
La.
Miss.

NEW YORK-NEW JE
Del.-Vt.-W. V
Md.
N.J.
N.Y.
Pa.

NORTH CENTRAL I
Iowa
Minn.


rea : Producer :Percentage
s :Producers:deliveries:of producer
lk 1/ : :deliveries
:Number :1000 lb. : Percent

EW : 184 6.297 100.0
: 24 1,803 28.6
: 67 348 5.5
: 93 4,146 65.9

.I.-N.H. :8436 270 490 100.0
143 5,732 2.1
: 666 15,466 5.7
1,180 40,633 15.0
787 24,647 9.1
1,458 51,960 19.2
181 5,841 2.2
4,021 126,211 46.7

743 26.361 100.0
178 1,850 7.0
93 3,083 11.7
: 225 9,192 34.9
247 12,236 46.4

:1.353 38010 100.0
143 3,929 10.3
1,210 34,081 89.7

PENINSULA: 389 8 368 100.0
329 7,104 84.9
: 60 1,264 15.1

PAUL 4.186 131.304 100.0
1,468 49,025 37.4
2,718 82,279 62.6

DAKOTA 1430 42 696 100.0
1,146 34,175 80.0
Dak.) 284 8,521 20.0

1.001 37.376 100.0
(Tenn.) :1,001 37,376 100.0

1:171 38.506 100.0
191 7,284 18.9
980 31,222 81.1

N IOWA :1744 66.263 100.0
432 16,089 24.3
Dak. : 64 2,747 4.1
: 140 5,487 8.3
1,108 41,940 63.3

: 371 9 815 100.0
61 439 4.5
: 202 6,261 63.8
: 108 3,115 31.7

1.297 47.129 100.0
: 917 35,199 74.7
: 380 11,930 25.3

RSEY : 28098 802 795 100.0
a. 10 264 3/
: 77 1,067 .2
1,024 43,957 5.5
:18,924 578,222 72.0
8,063 179,285 22.3

OWA : 846 21.890 100.0
: 654 17,973 82.1
: 192 3,917 17.9


: Marketing area
: and States
:: supplying milk 1/
::

::NORTH TEXAS
: Kans.-N. Mex.
: Okla.
: Texas

::NORTHERN LOUISIANA
: La.-(Texas)

::NORTHWESTERN OHIO
: Ind.
:: Mich.
: Ohio
::
::OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
: Ark.
: Kans.-Mo.
: Okla.
::
::PADUCAH
: Ky.
:: Mo.
: Tenn.
::
::PUGET SOUND
: Wash.
::
::QUAD CITIES-DUBUQUE
:: Ill.
: Iowa
Wis.
::
::RED RIVER VALLEY
Okla.
: Texas
::
::RIO GRANDE VALLEY
: Ariz.
: Colo.
: N. Mex.
: Okla.
Texas
: Utah

::ST. LOUIS-OZARKS
Ark.-Minn.
:: Ill.
:: Iowa-Wis.
: Mo.

::SAN ANTONIO
: Texas

::SOUTH TEXAS
: Kans.-La.-Okla.
: Mo.
: Texas
::
::SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
: Fla.

::SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
:: Ill.
: Ind.-Ky.
: Iowa
: Minn.
: Mo.
:: Wis.


: Producer :Percentage
:Producers:deliveries:of producer
: :deliveries
:Number :1.000 b. : Percent

2 185 93.043 100.0
: 28 148 .2
: 297 3,263 3.5
1,860 89,632 96.3

: 323 17 503 100.0
323 17,503 100.0

: 1 449 42346 100.0
142 5,160 12.2
224 9,657 22.8
1,083 27,529 65.0

S1473 55.609 100.0
: 29 793 1.4
: 18 570 1.0
:1,426 54,246 97.6

S 334 9.905 100.0
269 7,455 75.3
27 1,016 10.2
38 1,434 14.5

: 1866 99966 100.0
1,866 99,966 100.0

1.035 34.207 100.0
157 5,577 16.3
742 23,830 69.7
136 4,800 14.0

389 15 517 100.0
332 12,903 83.2
: 57 2,614 16.8

: 374 27 159 100.0
: 14 1,840 6.8
57 1,187 4.4
147 17,307 63.7
: 124 543 2.0
15 5,917 21.8
S 17 365 1.3


3_

1,

2,


1,
i,




21
1i,


251 103 815
8 233
081 37,581
95 4,897
067 61,104

339 24,548
339 24,548

564 53 699
74 1,621
40 802
450 51,276

88 47172
88 47,172

332 64 951,
353 36,875
44 1,324
84 1,999
147 5,380
73 2,138
631 17,235


100.0
.2
36.2
4.7
58.9

100.0
100.0

100.0
3.0
1.5
95.5

100.0
100.0

100.0
56.8
2.0
3.1
8.3
3.3
26.5


Continued






Table 18.--Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers
State, December 1968 -Continued


and producer deliveries, by market and


Marketing area : Producer :Percentage :: Marketing area : Producer Percentage
and States :Producers:deliveries:of producer :: and States :Producers:deliveries :of producer
supplying milk I/ : : :deliveries :: supplying milk I/ : :deliveries
Number :1.000 lb. : Percent :: : Number :1,000 lb. : Percent

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 9 366 295,929 100.0 ::UPPER FLORIDA 204 40,551 100.0
Ind.-Ohio-Wis. : 163 4,581 1.5 :: Fla. : 204 40,551 100.0
Mich. : 9,203 291,348 98.5
::UPSTATE MICHIGAN 40 1.124 100.0
TAMPA BAY : 139 30,519 100.0 :: Mich. 40 1,124 100.0
Fla. : 139 30,519 100.0 :: :
::WASHINGTON, D.C. 1.908 91.931 100.0
TEXAS PANHANDLE : 289 11.317 100.0 :: Md. 871 43,985 47.8
Kans.-N. Mex.-Texas : 58 2,973 26.3 :: N.C.-W. Va. 89 2,677 2.9
Okla. 231 8,344 73.7 :: Pa. 152 5,691 6.2
: Va. 796 39,578 43.1
TRI-STATE 1 520 34,652 100.0
Ky. 289 5,683 16.4 ::WESTERN COLORADO 80 3,248 100.0
Ohio : 968 21,024 60.7 :: Colo. 80 3,248 100.0
Pa. : 10 124 .3
W. Va. : 253 7,821 22.6 ::WICHITA 871 35,225 100.0
: Colo.-Okla. : 19 712 2.0
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY :1,956 74,221 100.0 :: Kans. 852 34,513 98.0
Del.-Va.-W.Va. : 19 ,5-5 .8 :
Md. 1,241 47,388 63.8
Pa. 606 23,318 31.4


1/ States in parentheses had fewer than 50 producers.

2/ November 1968.

3/ Less than 0.05 percent.










SOURCES OF MILK FOR FEDERAL ORDER MARKETS

NUMBER OF PRODUCERS BY COUNTY, DECEMBER 1968


Otz .


^ NUMBER OF PRODUCERS


1-5100
,Jm ie-so
S"l ,; ^" I 101-200
_____~________- \ .-201-500
t ,501 AND OVER

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Major Order Actions, November 1969


Amendment:

Mississippi November 1 (34 FR 15248, 9/30/69). Amendment expands the marketing
area by adding the Mississippi counties of George, Greene, Hancock, Jackson,
Pearl River, Stone, and the unregulated portion of Harrison County.

To qualify for pooling a distributing plant must have route disposition in the
marketing area of at least 20 percent of his Grade A receipts. Action deletes
the alternative of route disposition in the marketing area of a daily average of
7,000 pounds per month. For the months of December through August, the milk of
a producer whose production for 10 days is received at pool plants during the
month may be diverted to nonpool plants on other days of the month. As an
alternative, a cooperative could divert a quantity equal to 50 percent of member
milk delivered to pool plants. The percentage would also apply to pool plant
operators for nonmember milk.

Amendment provides a minus 16 cents location adjustment on Class I milk received
at plants located in the Mississippi marketing area except that part in George,
Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River, and Stone Counties. This change
provides for the seven counties added to the marketing area to comprise a pricing
zone in which the Class I price would be the same as the Gulf Coast locations.

Amendment clarifies payments to producers by substituting "partial payment" where
the term "advance payment" is now used.

Suspension:

Appalachian November 27 (34 FR 18897, 11/27/69). This suspension will permit
unlimited diversion of milk during the months of November 1969 through
February 1970 directly from dairy farmers to unregulated plants wherever located,
and further provide for classification of such milk at its actual utilization.








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