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SSAPRIL 1970 SUMMARY







FEDERAL MILK ORDER



MARKET STATISTICS


APRIL HIGHLIGHTS

MINIMUM CLASS I PRICE $6.69; BLEND, $5.78

PRODUCER DELIVERIES UP 3.5 PERCENT

PRODUCER MILK USED IN CLASS I UP 1.1 PERCENT

60 PERCENT OF DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I

IN-AREA FLUID MILK SALES UP 0.8 PERCENT


U.S. Department of Agriculture
Consumer and Marketing Service
Washington, D. C.


Dairy Division
Issued June 1970
FMOS 124


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table No. Page No.

Summary.. . .... . . . 3

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, May . 5

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,
April. o . . . . 6

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-April . ... 8

4. Number of producers delivering milk to handlers regulated under Federal orders,
total deliveries, and average daily deliveries per producer, April . .. 10

5. Producer milk deliveries used in Class I and gross Class I sales by handlers
regulated under Federal orders, April. . ......... ..... 12

6. Producer milk deliveries to handlers regulated under Federal orders and deliveries
used in Class I, January-April . . . 14

7. Federal milk order Class I formula price information, April. . 16

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, March with comparisons. . .. 18

9. Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order
markets, January 1970 to date, with comparisons. . . 22

10. Percentages of whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products,
selected marketing areas defined by Federal milk orders, January 1970 to date,
with comparisons . . . . 23

11. Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content,
April. . . . . . 24

12. Seasonal incentive fund excluded under various Federal milk orders, April. . 24

13. Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets, January,
February, and March. . . . 24

14. Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in Federal milk order
pricing formulas, January 1970 to date, with comparisons .. .......... 25

15. U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis, January 1970 to date, with
comparisons, . . . . &. 26

16. Retail prices paid by consumers for dairy products, United States,
January 1970 to date, with comparisons . .. . 27

17. Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk,
25 cities, May 1970, with comparisons. .. . . 27

18. U.S. production; January 1970 to date, with comparisons. . .. 28

19. Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1970 to date,
with comparisons . . . 28

20. U.S.D.A. purchases (Delivery basis), January 1970 to date, with comparisons. 28

Major order actions, April . .. . 29






FEDERAL MILK ORDER MARKET STATISTICS


Summary


Prices per 100 pounds
Producer deliveries and producer deliveries used in Class I (3.5 percent)
:Number: : Changer: : Change: Class I :: ::
Year of Prod. from Del. : from : Utilization:: Class I Blend
nd : comp. : de :prev. :: used in: pre.
month mkts. series y Class I: year 1970 : 6Q 1970 1969 1970 1969
SNo. : Bil.lb.: Pct. :: Bil.lb.: Pct. : Percent :: Dollars :: Dolars

1970:
Jan. : 64 : 4.9 : 3.7 :: 3.3 : 0.1 : 68 : 70 :: 6.74 : 6.44 :: 6.01 5.79
Feb. :64 : 4.6 : 3.8 :: 3.0 : -1.0 : 64 : 68 :: 6.78 : 6.44 :: 5.98 5.75
Mar. : 64 : 5.2 : 4.0 :: 3.2 : -1.8 : 61 : 65 :: 6.75 : 6.44 :: 5.82 :5.64
Apr. :64 : 5.2 : 3.5 :: 3.1 : 1.1 : 60 : 61 :: 6.69 :6.44 :: 5.78 :5.52
May : : : :: : : :: :
June : : : : : : :: :
July : : : :: : : :: :
Aug. :: ::
Sept. :: : : :
Oct. : : : :: : :: ::
Nov. :: ::
Dec. : : : :: : : :: ::

Minimum Prices. The weighted average Class I price paid by handlers regulated under 64 comparable Federal milk order
markets for 3.5 percent milk in April 1970 was $6.69 per hundredweight, 25 cents higher than the $6.44 per hundred-
weight price in April 1969. (See table 2.) Class I prices announced for May 1970 with comparisons with Hay 1969 are
show on table 1.

Producers in the 64 markets received a weighted average blend price of $5.78 per hundredweight for 3.5 percent milk in
April 1970, 26 cents higher than the $5.52 price received by producers in April 1969. Class prices, blend prices, and
associated butterfat differentials, by markets are reported on table 2.

The weighted average Class I price for the January-April period for the 64 markets was $6.74, 30 cents higher than the
$6.44 price for the same period in 1969. The weighted average blend price for January-April was $5.89, 22 cents higher
than the blend price of $5.67 reported for the same period in 1969. (See table 3.)

Producer Deliveries. A total of 134,770 producers delivered 5.2 billion pounds of milk to handlers in the 64 markets
during April 1970. This volume is 3.5 percent above producer deliveries in April 1969. Average daily delivery per
producer aicreased from 1,228 pounds in April 1969 to 1,295 pounds in April 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 four months of 1970 totaled 20.0 billion peuads in 64 markets, 3.7 percent above
producer deliveries made during the same period in 1969. (See table 6.)

Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I in 64 markets increased 1.1
percent from last year, to a total of 3.1 billion pounds for April 1970. (See table 5.)

The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I during the first four months of 1970 in 64 markets, totaled 12.6
billion pounds, 0.4 percent below such Class I use during the same period in 1969. (See table 6.)

Percentage of Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The average utilization percentage in 64 markets for April 1970
was 60 percent, one percent below that in April 1969. (See table 5.) The average utilization percentage in 64 markets
for the first four months of 1970 was 63 percent, compared to 66 percent for the first four months of 1969.
(See table 6.)

Producer Deliveries Used In Other Than Class I. The volume of producer deliveries used in other than Class I products
in all marketing areas totaled 2.3 billion pounds in April 1970, 40 percent of producer deliveries. Table 10 shows
the percentage of whole milk equivalent used in manufactured products in 61 marketing areas during January through
March 1970.

Filled and Imitation Milk Sales. Survey data of filled and imitation milk sales in Federal order markets during
January, February, and March are presented on table 13.

fluid Milk Product Sales. Total in-area sales for April 1970 in 61 marketing areas are estimated to be about 2.6
billion pound., 0.8 percent above Auch sales in April of last year.

Total fluid in-area sales for March 1970 were 1.8 percent below sales for March 1969. This decrease was the result of
decreases in whole milk items and mixtures of 4.1 percent and 7.6 percent, respectively, which were not offset by the
7.7 percent increase in skin and lowfat milk item and the 0.9 percent increase in cream items. The slight incresee it
cream sales in March, especially heavy and sour creams, is partially attributed to the occurrence of the Easter holiday.
Easter occurred in March this year, compared with April last year. Complete March in-area sales for total fluid items,
and the four major product groupings (whole milk, skim milk items, mixtures, and cream) are reported on table 8.






For January through March 1970, total in-area sales of fluid milk items in Federal milk order markets where comparable
data were available, were 0.6 percent below total fluid sales for the same period in 1969. Sales were up for many
skim milk items, continuing a trend that started a few years ago. Sales of plain lowfat (21) milk, and lowfat (21)
milk with solids added continued to show the largest increases, increasing 20.3 percent and 13.3 percent, respectively.
Sales of all other fluid milk items, with the exception of sour cream, were down from the previous year. Whole milk
sales were down 3.0 percent, sales of milk and cream mixtures were down 7.2 percent, and sales of cream items were down
3.4 percent. Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products are shown on table 9.

In-area sales and butterfat content of the four major fluid milk product groups and total fluid products

W: : Milk and Cream
Whole Milk Items Skim Milk Items MixtCream Items Total Fluid Items
No. : Mixtures
:of :Pet. : Pc : Pct. : : : Pet. :Pct. : : Pct. : t. : : Pet. Pct.
Tear :comp.:change: of : :change: of Bf. :change of Bf. :change : of :change : of
:ver :over :total t o:
:mkts.: over :total : t over total test : over ::total test over :total test
: prev.:fluid : : prev.:fluid : : prey. :fluid : : prey. :fluid : : prey. :fluid
: year : : : year : : : year : : :year : year

1966 :66 0.4 85.0 3.52 : +13.5 12.7 1.43 2.0 1.4 11.7 5.2 0.9 22.8 : + 1.2 100.0 3.53

1967 : 67 :- 2.9 83.1 3.50 : +13.4 14.7 1.49 :- 5.2 1.4 11.5 : 6.0 .8 22.7 : .9 100.0 3.46

1968 : 62 :- .7 81.1 3.49 :+16.2 16.8 1.48 :- 3.2 1.4 11.4 :- 4.2 .7 22.5 : + 1.7 100.0 3.40

1969 : 60 :- 1.9 78.8 3.47 : +13.6 19.2 1.51 :- 6.3 1.3 11.4 : 4.8 .7 22.2 : + .6 100.0 3.32


1970
Jan. 61 1.9 78.1 3.47 +13.2 20.3 1.55 5.8 1.0 11.3 : 3.9 .6 21.5 : + .8 100.0 3.27
Feb. :61 :- 3.0 78.0 3.46 + 9.6 20.4 1.53 :- 8.3 1.0 11.3 : 7.5 .6 22.0: .7 100.0 3.26
Mar. 61 :- 4.1 77.4 3.47 : + 7.7 20.8 1.53 :- 7.6 1.1 11.3 : + .9 .7 22.3 : 1.8 100.0 3.27
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

Year
1/ Includes eggnog.






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, May 1970 and 1969

Fat :: Fat
SClass I price :Differential:: : Class I price : Differential
per 100 lb. 0.1 :: per 100 Ib. 0.1%
Marketing area : : Marketing area :May

S1970 : 1969 1970 : 1969 :: : 1970 : 1969 1970 :1969
Dollars : Cents :: Dollars : Cents


NEW ENGLAND
Massachusetts-R.I .-.H.1/:
Connecticut

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
New York-New Jersey 2/
Delaware Valley

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

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
Eastern Group
Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan 3/
Northwestern Ohio
Eastern Ohio-Western Pa.
Columbus
Miami Valley
Cincinnati

Western Croup
Mich. Upper Peninsula
Chicago Regioanl
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


7.58 : 7.31 : 8.2 :
7.58 : 7.31 : 8.2 :


7.24 : 6.97 : 8.2 :
7.1 : 7.17 : 8.2 :


7.3 :
7.3 :
6.35
6.73
7.35 :
7.55
7.25



6.09
6.20
6.30
6.7 :
6.05 :
6.13 :
6.19 :


5.95 :
5.80 :
6.09 :
6.07 :
6.13 :
5.99 :



5.70 :
5.66 :
6.10 :
6.55 :
5.85 :
5.90 :
5.90 :
6.05 :
6.20 :
5.90

5.66 :


7.07
7.07
6.09
6.7 :
7.2 :
7.b1 :
7.1 :



5.83
5.9 :
6.04 :
6.21
5.89 :
5.99 :
6.05 :


5.69 :
5.54 :
5.83 :
5.81 :
5.87 :
5.73 :



5.14 :
5.40 :
5.8 :
6.69 :
5.59 :
5.64 :
5.6 :
5.79:
5.94 :
5.40 :

5.10 :


8.2
8.2
8. :
8.4:
7.5
7.5 :
7.5



NA
7.9
8. :
8. :
8.h1
8.4
8.1A


8.7
8. :
8. :
8.h :
8.4:
8.1:
8.14



9.1:
8.4
8.14
8.1
8.4:
8.1 :
8.7
8.14
8.7
8.h:

8. :


8.2
8.2


8.2
8.2


8.3
8.3
8.1
8.1
7.5 ::
7.5
7.5
::


7.5 ::
7.6
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.1



8.1
8.1 ::
8.1
8.1
8.1



8.8
8.1
8.1
11.6
8.1
8.1
8.4 ::
8.1
8.4 ::
8.1

8.1


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
Oregon-Washington


6.20 : 5.94
:6.34 : 6.08
6.25 : 5.99
:6.40 : 6.11


6.45 : 6.19
6.18 : 5.92
6.54 : 6.28
5.86 : 5.68
6.75 : 6.45
7.07 : 6.81
6.90 : 6.64



6.5 : 6.28
6.55 : 6.29
6.58 : 6.32
:6.80 : 6.54
:6.85 : 6.59
:7.02 : 6.76


7.07 : 6.81
7.45 : 7.19
6.92 : 6.66
7.17 : 6.91
:7.30 : 7.01
7.34 : 7.08
:7.67 : 7.41
7.28 : 7.02


6.88 : 6.52
6.85 : 6.59
6.83 : 6.t47
7.12 : 6.84
6.95 : 6.69


6.45 : 6.19
6.55 : 6.28
6.55:


8. :
8.L :
8.7 :
8. :


8. :
8.4 :
8. :
8. :
8. :
8. :
8. :



8. :
8.7
8.7 :
8.7 :
8. :
8.7


8.4:
8.1 :
8.7
8.7 :
8.4:
8.7
8.14 :
8.7 :


9.1
9. :
9.1
9.4
8.7


8.7
8.6
8.4:


* Generally the major city in the marketing area. See footnotes on table 2 for location.
/ Price at 201-210 mile zone, 40 cents less.
2/ Price excludes a 5-cent direct delivery differential. Price at 201-210 mile zone, 24 cents less.
3/ Price excludes an 8-cent direct delivery differential.







TABLE 2.--lEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT F.D.B. MArKlET
OR DTHER INDICATED POINT, AND BUTTER DI APRE.99LS


PRICES PER 100 POUNDS FAT OIFFPRENTIAL 0.12
CLASS I LEND CLASS CLLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS BLEND
MARKETING AREA II III I II I 1
APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL 1970 APRIL 1970
170 1969 1970 1969
DOLLARS CENTS


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 1/
CONNECTICUT 2/
AVERAGE 3/

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 4/
DELAWARE VALLEY 5/
AVERAGE 3/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY s/
WASHINGTOND.C.
TRI-STATE 7/
APPALACHIANr 8/
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA 9/
AVERAGE 3/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 10/
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN-I/
NORTHWESTERN OHIO li/
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERr PA. 13/
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY 14/
CINCINNATI
AVERAGE 3/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 15/
CHICAGO REGIONAL 17/
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA 18/
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 19/
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 27/
AVERAGE 2./

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 21/
BLACK HILLS 22/
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 23/
CEDAR RAPIDS IOMA CITY
QUAO CITIES DUSULUE 25/
DES MOINES
NESRASKA WESTERN IOWA 17/
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTATf6/
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE 3/


7.56 7.31
7.56 7.31
7.56 7.31


6.18
6.43
6.24


5.k.'
6.23
5.91


4.55 ---
4.55


8.0 8.0 --- 8.0
8.0 8.0 --- 8.0
.0 --- --- 8.0


7.22 6.97 5.75 5.48 4.57 --- 8.0 8.0 --- 8.0
7.42 7.17 6.47 6.22 4.57 --- 8.0 8.0 -- 8.0
7.26 7.01 5.88 5.61 -- -- 8.0 -- --- .0


7.32
7.32
6.33
6.71
7.33
7.53
7.23
7.17



6.07
6.18
6.28
6.45
6.13
6.17
6.23
6.28


5.93
5.78
6.07
6.05
6.11
5.97
5.90



5.68
5.64
6.08
6.53
5.83
5.88
5.88
6.03
6.18
5.88
5.64
6.01


7.07
7.07
6.08
6.46
7.23
7.43
7.13
6.98



5.82
5.93
6.03
6.21
5.98
6.04
6.10
6.06


5.68
5.53
5.82
5.80
5.86
5.72
5.65



5.43
5.39
5.83
6.68
5.58
5.63
$.63
5.78
5.93
5.39

5.72


6.39
6.40
5.71
6.40
6.99
7.46
7.20
6.62



5.77
5.66
5.49
5.76
5.53
5.47
5.53
5.66


16/5.50
5.18
5.21
5.32
5.36
5.14
5.22



4.92
5.08
5.27
5.53
24/5.23
5.27
5.29
5.50
5.61
4.97
5.05
5.31


6.06
6.17
5.45
6.14
6.58
7.12
6.80
6.31



5.40
5.37
5.44
5.54
5.38
5.31
5.34
5.43


16/5.23
4.96
4.92
5.09
5.11
4.90
4.99



4.68
4.86
5.24
4.73
24/5.20
"5.08
5.00
5.27
5.03
4.72

5.00


4.51
4.51
4.60
3.67
4.75
4.75
4.75




4.73
4.73
4.59
4.58
4.59
4.58
4.59



4.60
4.60
4.50
4.58
4.60
4.60




4.34
4.60
4.60
4.58
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.75
4.60
4.60


4.60


3.20





4.48
4.58


























4.60
--*0


--- 8.5
-- 8.1
-- 7.9
- 7.9

7.9
-- 7.9
u- i8.1
--- 1.9
8.0 8.3
--- 8.0
-- 8.1
-- 8.1
CONTIKWID-







TABLE 2.-+EDERAL GRDER MINIMUM CLASS AMD BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT. F.O.B. MARKET
R I fATFD POINT AND BUTTERFAT D u


PRICES PER 100 POUNDS FA DIFFER NTIAL 0.
CLASS I BLEND CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS BLEND


MARKETING AREA
APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL 1970 APRIL 1970
1970 1 1969 970 1969
DOLLARS C

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS f/ 6.18 5.93 5.27 5.09 4.60 -- 8.2 8.0 --- 8.1
KANSAS CITY 281 6.32 6.07 5.71 5.42 4.73 4.58 8.2 8.0 8.0 7.4
NEOSHO VALLEY 29/ 6.23 5.98 5.68 5.25 4.60 -- 8.5 8.0 --- 8.4
WICHITA 17/ 6.38 6.13 5.71 5.46 4.73 4.58 8.2 8.0 8.0 8.1
AVERAGE 37 6.26 6.01 5.49 5.26 -- 8.2 -- -- 7.9

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 6.43 6.18 5.46 5.22 4.60 -- 8.2 7.7 -- 7.5
NASHVILLE 6.16 5.91 5.61 5.46 4.60 -- 8.2 8.0 -- 8.4
MEMPHIS 6.52 6.27 24/6.29 24/6.05 4.60 -- 8.2 8.0 -- 7.5
KNOXVILLE 5.88 5.77 5.48 -5.20 4.60 -- .2 8.0 --- 8.2
CHATTANOOGA 6.73 6.56 6.09 5.71 4.60 -8.2 8.0 -- 8.2
MISSISSIPPI 30/ 7.05 6.80 5.82 5.82 3.85 --- 8.2 7.7 --- .0
GEORGIA 31/ 6.88 6.71 6.36 6.54 4.60 -- 8.2 8.0 -- 8.1
AVERAGE 37 6.54 6.27 5.84 5.62 -- -- 8.2 -- -- 8.0

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 32/ 6.52 6.27 6.23 5.85 4.60 -- 8.2 8.0 --- 8.2
FORT SMITH 6.53 6.28 24/6.25 24/6.09 4.60 -- 8.5 8.0 -8.4
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 33/ 6.56 6.31 5.85 5.51 34/4.48 -- 8.5 8.0 -- 8.4
RED RIVER VALLEY 35/ 6.78 6.53 5.53 5.47 344.48 -- 8.5 8.0 -- 8.2
TEXAS PANHANDLE 367 6.83 6.58 6.08 5.77 4.36 --- 8.2 7.7 -- 8.0
LUBBOCK PLAINVfEW 7.00 6.75 6.60 6.34 4.35 -- 8.5 8.0 --- 8.4
AVERAGE 3/ 6.63 6.37 5.92 5.65 -- --- 8.4 -- 8.3

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA &/ 7.05 6.80 6.54 6.29 4.58 --- 8. 7.7 -- 8.1
NEW ORLEANS 7.43 7.18 6.09 5.84 3.85 -- 8.2 7.7 -- 8.0
NORTH TEXAS 38/ 6.90 6.65 6.03 5.79 4.35 --- 8.5 7.7 -- 8.2
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 39/ 7.15 6.90 6.79 6.43 4.49 -- 8.5 7.7 --- 8.4
AUSTIN WACO 40/ 7.28 7.03 24/6.93 24/6.70 4.35 -- 8.2 7.7 -- 7.7
SAN ANTONIC 7.32 7.07 6.69 5.72 41/4.27 -- 8.5 7.5 --- 7.7
CORPUS CHRISTI 42/ 7.65 7.40 6.66 6.96 4.62 4.37 8.2 7.7 7.7 8.0
SOUTH TEXAS 43/ 7.26 7.01 6.79 6.72 4.59 --- 8.5 8.0 -- 8.4
AVERAGE 3/ 7.16 6.91 6.36 6.11 -- -- 8.4 -- 8.1

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 44/ 6.86 6.53 6.26 5.87 4.75 4.60 8.8 8.4 8.4 8.6
GREAT BASIN 45/ 6.83 6.58 5.77 5.54 4.54 4.39 9.2 8.0 8.0 8.6
WESTERN COLORADO 46/ 6.81 6.48 6.30 5.50 4.65 4.58 8.8 8.4 8.4 8.7
CENTRAL ARIZONA 477 7.10 6.83 6.37 5.92 4.74 4.49 9.2 8.0 8.0 8.8
RIO GRANDE VALLEYf48/ 6.93 6.68 6.15 5.93 49/4.35 -- 8.5 8.0 -- 8.4
AVERAGE 3/ 6.94 6.65 6.17 5.82 -- -- 8.9 -- -- 8.6

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 50/ 6.43 6.18 5.53 5.32 4.83 4.58 8.5 8.4 8.4 8.4
INLAND EMPIRE 51/ 6.53 6.28 5.69 5.52 4.67 4.42 8.4 8.0 8.0 8.2
OREGON WASHINGTON 52/ 6.53 5.74 -- 4.83 4.58 8.2 8.0 8.0 8.1
AVERAGE._3k.. ..._.. ___.. 6.45 6.20 5.5_ 5.35 .-- --- 8*5 -- 84

64-MARKET AVERAGE 3/ 6.69 6.44 5.78 5.52 -- -- 8.2 -- 8.1

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.66 6.42 5.76 5.52 -- -- 8.2 -- -- 8.1
Major city in the marketing area. ** All averages are weighted.
1/ Boston nearby plant price. Prices at 201-210 mile zone: Class I and blend, 40 cents less. 2/ April 1970, blend price
includes approximately 42.9 cents per hundredweight to nearby and intermediate producers. 3/ Markets under regulation on
January 1, 1910, and which have had no significant marketing area expansion. Excludes Miameapolis-St. Pail, Southeastern Minesota-
Northern lowa, Geosgia, and Oregon-Washington. 4/ ew York metropolitan area. Price excludes a S-cent direct delivery differential.
Prices at 201-210 mile sone: Class I and blend, 24 cents less. 5/ Philadelphia. Blend price does not include mon-complying
handler for April 1970. 6/ Baltimore. Blead prices does not include non-complying handlers. 7/ Charleston-Buntingtoe, West
Virgina". 8/ Bristol, Tennessee. 9/ Jacksonville and Tallahassee. 10 Traverse City. 11/ Detroit. Price excludes a
8-cent direct delivery differential. 12/ Toledo. 13/ Cleveland-Erie district. Class I and blend price for Pittsburgh district
plus 10 cents. 1/ Dayton. Class II price, plus 20 cents for skin milk used to produce cottage cheese. gi Zone II (Maruette).
j/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices at all locations. 17/ Zone I. 18/ Indianapolis. j/ Base sone.
20/ Peoria. 21/ Sloux Falls. 2/ Rapid City, South Dakota. 3/ Zone I (Materloo). 4/ eigted average of all handlers'
blead prices. / Rock Island, Illinois. 2/ Base sone (Fargo). 7J Zone I (St. Louis). 2I/ Kansea City and Topeft.
29 Pittsburg, Kanse. 3/ Gulfport. Class I and blend price at Jackson and Greenville 16 cents less. 3/ Atlanta.
Little Rock. 3/ Oklahoma City. a/ Class II (butter, cheese, and nonfat dry milk) $4.38. 5/ Wichita Palls Texas.
Amarillo. 7/ Momroe and Shreveport. 3/ Zone I (Dalla). 39/ Abilene. Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $6.09.
Zone I-Mew Braunfels, Texas. 1/ Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $4.10. 2/ Mercedes. 43/ Houstoa. _/ Denver.
SSalt Lake City, Utah. O/ Grand Junction. 47/ Phoenix. 8/ Albqerque, Santa Fe, and El Paso. 9/ $1.55 credit on
Class II ski milk dumped or disposed of as livestock feed, $1.15 credit on skeh milk used to produce condensed skim milk and on milk
and on milk or *kin milk transferred or diverted as Class 1 milk to a nonpool pleat outside the marketing area. / District I
(Seattle). 5J Spokane, Washington. 2/ Portland.


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TABLE 3.-FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B.
MARKET OR OTHER INDICATED POINT. JANUARY -AMLB. MJA /
CLA-S IS BLEN-"
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
_1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969
01DOLLARS PgN 10 PUND


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT
AVERAGE V/

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY
DELAWARE VALLEY
AVERAGE I/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY
WASHINGTOND.C.
TRI-STATE
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
AVERAGE L/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN CHIO
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA.
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI
AVERAGE L/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINCIS
AVERAGE L/

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
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE L/


7.61
7.61
7.61


7.27
7.47
7.32


7.37
7.37
6.38
6.76
7.49
7.69
7.39
7.27



6.12
6.23
6.33
6.50
6.25
6.24
6.30
6.34


5.98
5.83
6.12
6.10
6.16
6.02
5.95



5.73
5.69
6.13
6.58
5.88
5.93
5.93
6.08
6.23
5.93
5.69
6.06


7.31
7.31
7.31


6.97
7.17
7.01


7.07
7.07
6.06
6.46
7.23
7.43
7.13
6.98



5.82
5.93
6.03
6.21
6.09
6.09
6.15
6.07


5.68
5.53
5.84
- 5.80
5.86
5.72
5.65



5.43
5.39
5.83
6.68
5.58
5.63
5.63
5.78
5.93
5.39

5.72


0.30
.30
.30


.30
.30
.31


.30
.30
.32
.30
.26
.26
.26
.29



.30
.30
.30
.29
.16
.15
.15
.27


.30
.30
.28
.30
.30
.30
.30



.30
.30
.30
.10-
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.54

.34
.34


6.39
6.62
6.45


5.91
6.43
6.01


6.38
6.38
5.99
6.42
7.12
7.52
7.27
6.67



5.67
5.65
5.66
5.80
5.79
5.65
5.72
5.72


5.56
5.24
5.62
5.51
5.56
5.32
5.34



4.85
5.15
5.43
5.48
5.32
5.34
5.38
5.56
5.70
5.01
5.13
5.37


6.06
6.48
6.17


5.73
6.29
5.83


6.13
6.28
5.69
6.22
6.76
7.17
6.89
6.42



5.45
5.41
5.49
5.64
5.68
5.60
5.60
5.54


5.26
4.97
5.34
5.34
5.28
5.03
5.09



4.71
4.86
5.28
4.67
5.27
5.13
5.04
5.29
5.35
4.69

5.10


0.33
.14
.28


.18
.14
.18


.25
.10
.30
.20
.36
.35
.38
.25



.22
.24
.17
.16
.11
.05
.12
.18


.30
.27
.28
.17
.28
.29
.25



.14
.29
.15
.81
.05
.21
.34
.27
.35
.32
m---
.27
coMTmIm





TABLE L&--FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B.
MARKET OR OTHER INDICATED POINT, JANUARY APRIL. I IadSS 11/ -Cl.
CLASS I BLEND*
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969
DOLLARS PER'100 POUNDS


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CO.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS
KANSAS CITY
NEOSHO VALLEY
WICHITA
AVERAGE 2/

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE 2/

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANDLE
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE 2/

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS
NORTH TEXAS
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS
AUSTIN WACO
SAN ANTONIO
CORPUS CHRISTI
SOUTH TEXAS
AVERAGE 2/

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO
GREAT BASIN
WESTERN COLORADO
CENTRAL ARIZONA
RIO GRANDE VALLEY
AVERAGE 2/

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND
INLAND EMPIRE
OREGON WASHINGTON
AUeaDAe 2,


6.23
6.37
6.28
6.43
6.31


6.48
6.21
6.57
5.99
6.78
7.10
6.93
6.59



6.57
6.58
6.61
6.82
6.88
7.05
6.68


7.10
7.48
6.95
7.20
7.33
7.37
7.70
7.31
7.21


6.88
6.88
6.83
7.15
6.98
6.98


6.48
6.58
6.58
A en


5.93
6.07
5.98
6.13
6.01


6.18
5.93
6.27
5.85
6.61
6.80
6.71
6.29



6.27
6.28
6.31
6.53
6.58
6.75
6.38


6.80
7.18
6.65
6.90
7.03
7.07
7.40
7.01
6.92


6.55
6.58
6.50
6.83
6.68
6.66


6.18
6.20
A ia


0.30
.30
.30
.30
.30


.30
.28
.30
.14
.17
.30
.22
.30



.30
.30
.30
.29
.30
.30
.30


.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.29


.33
.30
.33
.32
.30
.32


5.57
5.70
5.76
5.80
5.65


6.03
5.73
6.32
5.57
6.19
6.06
6.46
6.00



6.33
6.35
5.99
5.77
6.17
6.66
6.08


6.66
6.22
6.21
6.88
6.99
6.86
6.90
6.84
6.51


6.33
5.75
6.29
6.45
6.19
6.21


5.51
5.75
5.81
r 1_


5.31
5.48
5.35
5.56
5.41


5.88
5.57
6.08
5.36
5.91
5.97
6.54
5.79



5.98
6.05
5.67
5.65
5.99
6.39
5.81


6.43
5.91
5.96
6.49
6.72
5.99
7.05
6.73
6.24


5.93
5.59
5.68
6.10
6.01
5.91


5.37
5.51
2--0


0 .26
.22
.41
.24
.24


.15
.16
.24
.21
.28
.09
.08-
.21



.35
.30
.32
.12
.18
.27
.27


.23
.31
.25
.39
.27
.87
.15-
.11
.27


.40
.16
.61
.35
.18
.30


64-MARKET AVERAGE 2/ 6.74 6.44 .30 5.89 5.67 .22

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.72 6.42 .30 5.87 5.65 .22

All prices are weighted.
/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported.
/ markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions.
Ecludes Kinneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and Oregon-Wahington.






TABLE A--NUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL


AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER.
AVERAGE BUTTERFAT AVERAGE DAILY
NUMBER OF PRODUCERS PRODUCER DELIVERIES PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES
MARKETING AREA MILK DEL VERIES PER PIUcF
CHANGE CHANGE
APRIL FROM APRIL APRIL FROM APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL
1970 APRIL 1970 1969 APRIL 1970 1969 1970 1969
1969 1 1969
Auamf nnn a ne Ra eT ReT anti..n


rNUMnlc


11vvv 16*0


PrE UEN


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

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

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

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN CHIO
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA.
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI
AVERAGE OR TOTAL I/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL
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 MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


8,126
1,823
9,949


391- 313,198
79- 99,979
470- 413,177


27,217 1,793- 929,403
5,023 48- 206,027
32,240 1,841- 1,135,430


1,956
1,506
1,514
784
116
93
188
6,157



22
8,745
1,209
10,091
1,441
1,357
2,578
25,443


354
16,771
2,896
4,531
2,245
687
27,484



662
4,648
411
79
570
406
1,030
1,316
1,782
1,673
925
7,929


68
185-
24-
57
11-
5
3
87-



19-
460-
202-
127-
104-
39-
4-
955-


29-
155
119-
201
218-
13-
23-



7-
412
41
18-
125-
48
72-
155
79
166

267


80,909
88,203
40,332
33,147
33,570
53,799
39,092 ,
369,052



740
308,079
40,556
299,792
46,699
42,713
63,478
802,057


9,377
672,537
91,364
153,978
76,272
22,373
1,025,901



17,536
182,097
16,757
4,294
18,881
12,383
37,935
41,794
73,119
62,039
41,051
284,738


308,132
99,418
407,550


930,913
196,726
1,127,639


73,987
94,424
38,88
29,934
31,596
50,916
38,966
358,711



1,146
298,578
45,771
290,219
46,960
41*110
59,556
783,340


9.057
630,080
90,499
132,694
771019
22,472
961,821



16,159
149,595
13,738
4,961
22,583
11,560
40,140
37,819
64,1544
50,759

262,263


1.6 3.74 3.70 1,285
.6 3.68 3.65 1*828
1.4 3.72 3.69 1,384


.2- 3.61
4.7 3.72
.7 3.63


9.4
6.6-
3.7
10.7
6.2
5.7
.3
2.9



35.4-
3.2
11.4-
3.3
.6-
3.9
6.6
2.4


3.5
6.7
1.0
16.0
1.0-
.4-
6.7



8.5
21.7
22.0
13.4-
16.4-
7.1
5.5-
10.5
13.3
22.2

8.6


3.79
3.76
3.71
3.68
3.52
3.47
3.55
3.67



3.51
3.70
3.75
3.76
3.81
3.81
3.67
3.73


3.66
3.66
3.67
3.73
3.69
3.72
3.67



3.75
3.71
3.56
3.61
3.71
3.68
3.65
3.80
3.67
3.50
3.61
3.65


3.58
3.71
3.60


3.76
3.73
3.69
3.64
3.62
3.63
3.68
3.70



3.66
3.67
3.72
3.73
3.75
3.77
3.63
3.70


3.68
3.66
3.67
3.74
3.68
3.72
3.68



3.74
3.70
3.63
3.62
3.72
3.68
3,68
3.77
3.65
3.55

3.66


1,138
,'367
1,174


1,379
1*952
888
1,409
9,647
19 2833
6,931
1,998



1,121
1,174
1,118
990
1,080
1,049
821
1.051


883
1.337
1.052
1,133
1.132
1,086
1,244



883
1,306
1,359
1,812
1,260
1,143
1,235
1,128
1,368
1,236
1,479
1,197


1,206
1.742
1,304


1.070
1.293
1.103


1.306
1,861
843
1.372
6.293
19.286
7.021
1.915



931
1.081
1.081
947
1,013
982
769
989


788
1.264
1,001
1,022
1.042
1,070
1,166



805
1,177
1.238
1.699
1.244
1.114
1.215
1.148
1.263
1.123

1 141
COUTIUD


DELIVERIES. AND


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TABLE I.-NUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL


AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER. AmPE L --4.
AVERAGE BUTTERFAT AVERAGE DAILY
NUMBER OF PRODUCERS PRODUCER DELIVERIES PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES
MARKETING AREA MILK DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER
CHANGE CHANGE
APRIL FROM APRIL APRIL FROM APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL
1970 APRIL 1970 1969 APRIL 1970 1969 1970 1969
S_19&9 1969______ _


NUMBER


1.000 LBS.


PERCENT


PERCENT


POUNDS


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

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PAOUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

NEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANDLE
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE OR TOTAL IJ

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

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

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND
INLAND EMPIRE
OREGON WASHINGTON
&.srA a n A| .


3,419
2,114
273
754
6,560


348
1,080
704
499
743
1,778
1,485
5,152



737
143
1,464
531
237
238
3,350


277
1,198
1,949
237
229
280
189
1,167
5,926


1,273
869
52
176
348
2,718


1,791
471
1.311


168
96-
24-
34-
14


20
63-
46
188-
134
732
137
681



101-
2
247-
150
7-
41
162-


35-
62-
190
20-
133-
131-
13
167
11-


55
7-
10-
5-
19
52


92-
32
r--


129,175
85,555
8,679
33,831
257,240


11,773
42,162
28,671
18,726
33,523
52,420
105,588
187,275



25,037
3,928
60,209
27,009
10,302
6,657
133,142


19,749
48,589
118,780
14,459
12,245
22,878
16,165
57,525
310,390


60,757
39,783
2,617
50,922
28,995
183,074


114,512
21,515
90,908
7i f2


119,703
85,682
9,481
33,739
248,605


10,576
41,780
26,973
26,086
25,056
42,923
90,233
173,394



27,345
3,669
67,409
19,111
11,152
6,611
135,297


19,253
45,940
109,980
15,039
13,362
29,928
13,861
51,435
298,798


61*257
37,600
3,440
47,965
27,793
178,055


107,060
17,079
li *2 1


7.9
.1-
8.4-
.3
3.5


11.3
.9
6.3
28.2-
33.8
22.1
17.0
8.0



8.4-
7.0
10.7-
41.3
7.6-
.7
1.6-


2.6
5.8
8.0
3.8-
8.4-
23.6-
16.6
11.8
3.9


.8-
5.8
23.9-
6.2
4.3
2.8


3.59
3.61
3.56
3.63
3.60


3.80
3.64
3.58
3.61
3.79
3.69
3.67
3.68



3.42
3.58
3.50
3.44
3.52
3.58
3.48


3.62
3.72
3.39
3.41
3.30
3.37
3.80
3.57
3.51


3.65
3.70
3.73
3.50
3.55
3.60


7.0 3.75
26.0 3.81
--- 3.83
A. T


3.62
3.63
3.50
3.61
3.62


3.95
3.67
3.54
3.69
3.82
3.80
3.70
3.72



3.47
3.56
3.45
3.43
3.49
3.58
3.46


3.73
3.76
3.48
3.50
3.37
3.45
3.84
3.62
3.57


3.58
3.62
3.70
3.44
3.55
3.55


3.75
3.73

2 7r


1,259
1,349
1,313
1,517
1,307


1,128
1,301
1,786
1,251
1,504
1,457
2,370
1,212



1,639
1,639
1,371
1,695
1,667
1,822
1,325


2,377
1,352
2,031
2,034
2,324
3,342
2,967
1,728
1,872


1,591
1,526
1,678
9,644
4,107
2,245


2,131
1,523
2,311
- 004


1,227
1,292
1,272
1,409
1,266


1,075
1,218
1,699
1,266
1,371
1,368
2,231
1,293



1,510
1,510
1,313
1,672
1,523
2,493
1,284


2,057
1,215
2,084
1,951
2,114
2,427
2,847
2,283
1,799


1,676
1,431
1,850
8,882
4,306
2,226


1,895
1,297
-I -


VE.rAlg .rf TTLh Ifl 2O6 6U- J16VS &#&,& .6 S. &&* &Ia 0 .

64-ARKET AVG. OR TOTALL/ 134,770 2,595- 5,237,503 5,059,612 3.5 3.66 3.65 1,295 1,228

ALL*-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 143.139 190 5,657,147 5.299,440 6.7 3.66 3.65 1,317 1,236

V Market* under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no sigificant marketing area expansionus. Excludes Minneapolis-
St. Paul, Southeastern Mimnesota-orthern Iowa, Georgia, and OreSon-Washington.


DELIVERIES, AND






TABLE I.-PRODUCER MILK


DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL
IRnIfS. Au.


PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I GROSS CASS I DELIVERIES
CHANGE S USED CHANGE AS 9 OF
MARKETING AREA APRIL APRIL ROM IN CL. I APRIL FROM GR. CL. I
1970 1969 APRIL APRIL APRIL 1970 APRIL APRIL APRIL
1969 1970 1969 1969 19 19 19t69
1.000 POUNDS PERCENT PERCENT 000. LBS PERCENT EE5CENU


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

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

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE SAY
WASHINGTOND.C.
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-WESTERN PA.
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL
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 OUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOMA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL _*


178,284
72.276
250,560


460,035
136.285
596,320


54,317
59,013
31,577
30,008
27,957
49.750
36,831
289,453



494
205,617
27,435
190.192
36,594
30,261
46,302
536,895


6,642
293,998
64.051
108,199
45,536
12,988
931,414



7,684
70,954
9,424
2,122
10,242
6,706
20,978
25,656
46.971
16,635
17,577
146,418


176,154
74,388
250,542


465,433
131,865
597,298


48,059
64,656
29,865
26,676
23,559
44,542
33,254
270,611



855
196,502
30,623
193,179
37.404
29,889
43,349
531,801


6,348
302,845
62,069
98,430
46,463
13,202
529,357



7,825
62,983
9, 60
1,528
17,231
6,753
21,157
24,683
45.797
17,389

152,033


1.2
2.8-
Ob


1.2-
3.4
.2-


13.0
8.7-
5.7
12.5
18.7
11.7
10.8
7.0



42.2-
4.6
10.4-
1.5-
2.2-
1.2
6.8
1.0


4.6
2.9-
3.2
9.9
2.0-
1.6-
.4



1.8-
12.6
2.5-
38.9
40.6-
.7-
.8-
3.9
2.6
4,3-

3.7-


182,341
75,574


1.7 172 172
.9- 132 130
-- -- -*


460,076 1.2- 202 200
143,104 0 144 137


54,332
59,522
31,814
30,241
30,464
50,930
40,352




3,980
207,873
27.697
191,351
37,096
32,142
51,260



6,645
294,680
64,576
109,054
49,645
15,321




7,822
70,965
9,430
2,163
10,320
6,720
21,211
27,523
47,035
17,702
18,925
Im~t


12.5
8.5-
5.4
13.3
28.0
13.3
11.0




36.0
5.2
10.7-
1.9-
2.3-
.1-
5.3



1.4
3.1-
3.3
8.9
.8-
.5-




3.0-
12.2
3.4-
41.4
40.2-
.5-
.2-
4.2
2.4
4.2-


224 200
257 237
178 141
198 324
183 131
184 171
179 189
152 143
155 140
350 275
217 --

CONTImUD-







I g5,5h- PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I ANO GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -COM.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 75,839 76,893 1.4- 59 64 78,389 2.6- 165 149
KANSAS CITY 54.906 55.774 1.6- 64 65 57,430 1.3 149 151
NEOSHO VALLEY 5,826 5,312 9.7 67 56 6,799 8.2 128 151
WICHITA 20,986 21,574 2.7- 62 64 22,276 1.8- 152 149
AVERAGE OR TOTAL1/ 157,557 159,553 1.2- 61 64 --- -- --

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 8,653 7,951 8.8 73 75 9,131 10.0 129 127
NASHVILLE 27,819 30,205 7.9- 66 72 29,284 3.2- 144 138
MEMPHIS 24,917 23,601 5.6 87 87 26,356 7.3 109 110
KNOXVILLE 12,967 15,720 17.5- 69 60 13,179 18.7- 142 141
CHATTANOOGA 23,533 15,565 51.2 70 62 24,074 '194) 139 1l
MISSISSIPPI 31,245 28,390 10.0 60 66 33,460 10.6 157 142
GEORGIA 81,690 83,290 1.9- 77 92 95,000 8.8 111 103
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 129,134 121,432 6.3 69 70 -- ---

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 21,168 21.384 1.0- 84 78 21,622 .3- 116 126
FORT SMITH 3,394 3,317 2.3 86 90 3,400 2.4 116 110
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 40,146 42,015 4.4- 67 62 40.874 4.7- 147 157
RED RIVER VALLEY 12,354 10,121 22.1 46 53 13,143 24.0 206 180
TEXAS PANHANDLE 7,197 7,637 5.8- 70 68 7,322 4.3- 141 146
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 5,678 5,646 .6 85 85 57*48 1.5 116 117
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 89,937 90,120 .2- 68 67 -- -- --

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 15,636 15,462 1.1 79 80 16,619 1.7 119 118
NEW ORLEANS 30,130 27,620 9.1 62 60 30,207 8.9 161 166
NORTH TEXAS 78,591 75,061 4.7 66 68 78,833 1.1 151 141
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 12,323 12,437 .9- 85 83 12,452 .4- 116 120
AUSTIN MACO 10,792 11,956 9.7- 88 89 10,886 9.6- 112 111
SAN ANTONIO 18,374 17,221 6.7 80 58 25,062 1.8 91 122
CORPUS CHRISTI 10,947 12,166 10.0- 68 88 12,180 7.7- 133 105
SOUTH TEXAS 46,139 45,088 2.3 80 88 53,695 .6 107 96
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1 222*932 217,011 2.7 72 73 --- --

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 44,128 42,003 5.0 73 68 46,651 6.3 130 140
GREAT BASIN 22,649 22,446 .9 57 60 22,758 1.4 175 167
WESTERN COLORADO 1,999 1,912 4.6 76 56 2,075 6.0 126 176
CENTRAL ARIZONA 37,420 35,761 4.6 73 74 37,451 4.7 136 134
RIO GRANOE VALLEY 21,416 20,940 2.3 74 75 23,167 .1 125 120
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 127,612 123,062 3.7 70 69 -- --

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 54,314 55477 2.1- 47 52 54,536 1.9- 210 192
INLAND EMPIRE 12,488 11,008 13.4 58 64 12,634 14.6 170 155
OREGON WASHINGTON 51,386 -- --- 56 -- 55348 -- 164 --
AVFRACF OR TOTAL 1_ 66&.802 66.485 .5 49 54 --- --- ---

64-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1 3,145,034 3,109,305 1.1 60 61 21/3,231,46W &- w 162 45*

ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 3,366,641 3,255,578 3.4 60 61 2/3,471,89W- -y? lfr t4m




Pceliaiary.
/ MMarketls ader rtglatlon on Jamavy 1, 1969, and wich have bad ao sigatfticnt umrketing area expamwtou. aludes Mliamapolist
St. Pul, SkwtbhasteraN Miaota-Norther lowa, Goergi, aad Oregos-Washbiaton.
I/ May oelasue som duplication due to atertarket traustr.






TABLE I.-PBROUCER MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS AM DELIVtIES UI IN CLASS I


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 1,173,574 1,145,192 2.5 720,007 700J03 1.6 61 62
CONNECTICUT 397,716 394,966 .7 292*609 305,281 4.2- 74 TT
TOTAL 1/ 1,571,290 1,540,158 2.0 1,012,616 1,014,084 .1- 64 66


MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY
DELAWARE VALLEY
TOTAL 1/

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

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN 0HIO
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA.
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI
TOTAL L/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINOIS
TOTAL I/

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


3,498,207
822,596
4.320,803


322,187
353,855
155,649
125,574
126,384
210,729
152,693
1.447,071



3,239
1.208,679
159,306
1,122,968
183,360
168,307
245,975
3,091,834


35,652
2,545,336
347,005
610,592
289,058
86,375
3,914,018



64,814
691,025
60,854
15,635
75,296
48,702
139,532
159,904
278,193
235,697
146,965
1,078,627


3,468,601
776,570
4.245,171


295,948
365,655
144,094
114,764
126,640)
200,590>
161,549)
1,409,240



4,503
1,168,369
176,274
1,081,709
181,966
158,019
229,083
2,999,923


34,142
2,385,511
340,289
535,264
293,563
87,190
3*675,959



59,556
56,9309
55,309
19,494
92,084
44,437
149,569
144,870
257,145
193,464

1,015,928


.8 1,850,410
5.9 538,137
1.8 2,388,547


8.9
3.2-
8.0
9.4
.2-
3.0
5.5-
2.7



28.1-
3.4
9.6-
3.8
.8
6.5
7.4
3.1


4.4
6.7
2.0
14.1
1.5-
,9-
6.5



8.8
21.4
10.0
19.8-
18.2-
9.6
6.7-
10.4
8.2
21.8

6.2


218,452
238,253
126,659
113,189
106,760
193,411
141,697
1,138,421



2,292
825 477
111,372
764.*14
146,181
121,113
182,502
2,153,751


26,129
1,182,884
259,048
433,779
179,703
51.120
2,132,663



30,493
288,551
36,885
8,141
45.226
281244
83,L05
103.928
18T7611
66,459
69,646
590,192


1,888,919
539,045
2,427,964


198,657
264,272
118,834
105,698
103,079'
179,47T8
143,643)
1,113,661



3,481
805,204
125,041
784,432
150,056
122,564
173,111
2,163,889


25,182
1,237,846
255,040
411,600
192,863
52,139
2,174,670


31,138
258.373
39,118
5,628
76,216
28 ,*51
86,179
98,746
186,137
68.798

621,511


2.0-
.2-
1.6-


10.0
9.8-
6.6
7.1
3.6
7.8
S1.4-
S2.2



34.2-
2.5
10.9-
2.5-
2.6-
1.2-
5.4
.5-


3.8
4.4-
1.6
5.4
6.8-
2.0-
1.9-



2.1-
11.7
5.7-
44.6
40.7-
2.4-
4.1-
5.2

3.4-

5.0-


47 52
42 45
61 71
52 29
60 3S
96 65

69 68
67 72
28 36
47 -
55 61
CEmImDo






TAILIE # RODUCOr ILK ODLIVRIES TO MAMBLERS REGULATED UNBR FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I


EST NORTH CENTRAL -Cm.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 483.217 438.513 10.2 324,945 310,738 4.6 67 71
ANSAS CITY 334,967 339,517 1.3- 222,227 229,136 3.0- 66 67
NMQSHO VALLEY 32,319 35,496 9.0- 22,736 22,504 1.0 70 63
MICHITA 132,873 137,869 3.6- 92.391 96,946 4.7- 70 70
TOTAL 1/ 983,376 951,395 3.4 662,299 659,324 .4 67 69
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 44,904 40,374 11.2 34,098 32,919 3.6 76 82
NASHVILLE 163,338 157,182 3.9 116,104 125,299 7.3- 71 80
MEMPHIS 112,401 107,695 4.4 96,459 95,611 .9 86 89
KNOXVILLE 71.423 98,312 27.4- 50,303 68,552 26.6- 70 70
CHATTANOOGA 126,677 92,369 37.1 92,986 65,356 42.3 73 71
MISSISSIPPI 187,378 159,955 17.1 123,504 113,839 8.5 66 71
GEORGIA 416,950 90,233 362.1 332,983 83,290 299.8 80 92
TOTAL 11 706,121 655,887 7.6 513,454 501,576 2.4 73 76

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 92,350 101,376 8.9- 81,261 86,690 6.3- 88 86
FORT SMITH 15,041 14,791 1.7 13,435 13,212 1.7 89 89
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 228,524 232,995 1.9- 162,327 164,609 1.4- 71 71
RED RIVER VALLEY 82,712 66,925 23.6 44,773 41,271 8.5 54 62
TEXAS PANHANDLE 39.272 40,641 3.4- 29,128 31,413 7.3- 74 77
LUBOCK PLAINVIEW 25,869 26,773 3.4- 22,525 23.454 4.0- 87 88
TOTAL 1y 483,768 483,501 4. 353,449 360,649 2.0- 73 74
SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 74,564 71,953 3.6 62,547 62,271 .4 84 86
NEW ORLEANS 192,572 183,862 4.7 124,058 114,067 8.8 64 62
NORTH TEXAS 436,664 403,307 8.3 319,402 300,493 6.3 73 74
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 55,745 59,379 6.1- 49,423 50,866 2.8- 89 86
AUSTIN WACO 48,752 51,748 5.8- 43,532 46,517 6.4- 89 90
SAN ANTONIO 90,164 108,821 17.1- 74,697 72,734 2.7 83 67
CORPUS CHRISTI 59,059 54,390 8.6 44,885 48,986 8.4- 76 90
SOUTH TEXAS 229e401 211,636 8.4 189,419 186,915 1.3 82 88
TOTAL 1/ 1,186,921 1,145,096 3.6 907,963 882,849 2.8 76 77

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 233,350 234,863 .6- 174,826 167,761 4.2 75 71
GREAT BASIN 154,018 144,590 6.5 91,560 90,545 1.1 59 63
WESTERN COLORADO 11,111 12,923 14.0- 8,582 8,217 4.4 77 64
CENTRAL ARIZONA 194,635 186,491 4.4 150,688 144,388 4.4 77 77
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 113,397 108,042 5.0 85,224 83,922 1.6 75 78
TOTAL 1/ 706,511 686,909 2.8 510,880 494,833 3.2 72 72

PACIFIC
PUCET SOUND 428,832 398,744 7.5 221,170 223,08 .8- 52 56
INLAIN IMPIRE 76,53 66,170 16.0 48,743 44,888 8.6 64 68
OREGON MASHINITON 332601 -- 212,399 -- -- 64 ---
TOTAL y. 505,5 464.914 8.7 269,913 267,976 .7 53 58
I 64-ARET TOTAL 1 19,995,925 19,274,081 3.7 12,634,148 '12,682,986 .4- 63 66

ALL-MARKET TOTAL 21,583,466 19,933,623 8.3 13,537,727 13,024,649 3.9 63 65


SMkart mdrt rqulatlam e o Jm l ry 1, 1969, 4ad which have had s, statfitcat marketing area 4peauitos.
Mlede MIep1lis-Ste. Paul, ekthbemetws MiNmelsotalortherL loam, Georia, aad Oregoa-VaUhiue.





Table 7.--Federal milk order Class I formula price information, April 1970


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


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

New York-New Jersey
Delaware Valley

Upper Chesapeake Bay :1
Washington, D. C. :
Tri-State
Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida

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


3/7.31
1/7.31

3/6.97
3/7.17


+0.25
+ .25

+ .25
+ .25


Uses the Delaware Valley Class I price less 10
Uses the Delaware Valley Class I price less 10l
4.58 1.75
4.58 2.13 -
4.58i 2.75 ---
4.58 2.95 ---
4.58 2.65 --


4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


Michigan Upper Peninsula: 4.58
Chicago Regional 4.58
Louisville-Lex.-Evans. 4.58
Indiana : 4.58
Southern Illinois :Uses the St.
Central Illinois : 4.58


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:


4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58


1.49
1.60
1.70
1.87
1.45
1.44
1.50


----m
--m--

+0.10
+ .15
+ .15


1.35
1.20
1,49
1.47 -
Louis-Ozarks Class I price less 7C
1.39 -


1.10
1.06
1.50
1.95
1.25
1.30
1.30
1.45
1.60
1.30
1.06


7.56
7.56

7.22
7.42


7.32
7.32
6.33
6.71
7.33
7.53,'
7.23'


6.07
6.18
6.28
6.45
6.13
6.17
6.23

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


Continued


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Table 7.--Federal milk order Class I formula price information, April 1970 -Con.


: Basic Fluid : Supply- : Other : Class I
Marketing area price : diff. demand 2/ : price
1Do/ per 10
: 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
Oregon-Washington


:Uses











:Uses

:Uses




:Uses
:Uses
:Uses
:Uses




:Uses


4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58

the St. L
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58
4.58

4.58
4.58
4.58
the Okla.
4.58
the North

4.58
4.58
4.58
the North
the North
the North
the North
4.58


1.60
1.74
1.54
1.80


+0.11
---


ouis-Ozarks Class I price plus 25c
1.58 -
1.94 *
1.70 -0.40 -
2.15 -
2.47
2.30 -


1.94
1.95
1.98
Metrop. Class
2.25
Texas Class I


2.47
2.85
2.32
Texas
Texas
Texas
Texas
2.68


Class I
Class I
Class I
Class I


* --
* ---

I price plus 22

price plus 10i


price
price
price
price
price


plus
plus
plus
plus


25
38$
42$
75
---


4.58 2.30 .02 ---
4.58 2.25 -
the Eastern Colorado Class I price less 5$
4.58 2.52 *
4.58 2.35


4.58
4.58
4.58


1.85
1.95
1.95


6.18
6.32
6.23
6.38

6.43
6.16
6.52
5.88
6.73
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

6.86
6.83
6.81
7.10
6.93

6.43
6.53
6.53


Suspended.
1/ 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.


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TABLE 8.-HOLE MILK, SKIN MILK ITEMS MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
QEFINEb BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS HERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, .fy W mam a-- -

WHOLE MILK y/ SKIM MILK ITEMS./ MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

MARCH CHANGE 1970 MARCH CHANGE 1970 MARCH CHANGE 1970
MARKETING AREA 1970 i FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT MARCH TO AVG FAT MARCH TO AVG FAT MARCH TO
_CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DELAWARE VALLEY

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY
WASHINGTONO.C.
TRI-STATE
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA

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

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

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL4/
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA


5,234 3.52 3.2 2.7
2,166 3.47 2.1 2.8


3,083 3.40 5.2 3.6


- 2.1 -
.4
3.0
1.3 -
3.6
3.7
1.3



- 7.7 -
- 3.6 -
- 6.1 -
- 4.3 -
- 9.2 -
4.5


- 5.1
- 8.3 -
.4 -
- 2.2 -
- 5.5 -
- 19.1 -



- 8.3 -
- 8.1 -
.7 -
- 9.8 -
- 4.0 -
- 3.4 -
- 3.5 -
- 8.0 -
- 6.4 -
- 5.7 -


1.0
1.4
3.3
.2
3.7
4.8
.7



6.2
2.5
4.0
1.7
7.6
4.9


1.5
7.2
3.4
1.4
5.2
15.2



7.6
7.4
.9
6.8
3.2
3.2
4.1
6.3
5.5
4.7


1,000
LR.


636.9 1.11
280.7 1.26


378.3 1.12


139.3
274.8
142.4
64.1
176.9
262.8
173.7



1,243.3
294.0
1,016.2
142.1
253.7
287.6


59.0
1,923.1
374.5
1,164.8
482.1
150.8



64.6
919.3
120.6
27.9
157.6
59.4
144.0
191.2
387.1
147.9


1.10
1.26
1.46
1.03
1.02
1.21
.86



1.36
1.57
1.54
1.38
1.66
1.53


1.60
1.62
1.63
1.75
1.82
1.69



1.51
1.57
1.71
1.80
1.62
1.40
1.50
1.59
1.61
1.49


PERCENT


1,000
La.


PERCENT


28.8 27.9 22.0 11.4 1.6 10.9
8.0 19.2 23.7 10.5 7.0 8.7


5.9 8.7 32.5 11.0


2.6
2.7
12.8
18.8
5.2
7.2
6.4



19.3
21.9
1.8
- 3.2
3.1
7.4


28.0
8.7
11.6
7.9
6.1
3.3



17.3
7.5
11.8
9.1
10.4
5.6
6.4
10.9
9.6
12.3


4.1
7.0
16.2
15.5
6.5
7.8
6.1



25.1
28.2
5.6
2.0
6.0
9.7


31.5
10.2
14.4
11.7
7.2
6.4



17.5
9.1
10.7
11.4
10.2
7.5
6.9
10.4
10.8
11.9


14.4
27.8
5.6
1.1
14.4
34.4
7.3



91.2
10.9
61.4
8.4
6.3
10.8


3.0
154.5
13.1
34.5
19.8
7.3



2.0
25.9
3.9
1.0
5.8
2.5
7.1
8.2
21.0
5.5


11.8
12.2
11.6
11.8
11.0
10.8
11.2



10.6
11.0
10.8
10.8
10.9
10.8


11.5
11.8
11.5
11.4
11.1
11.0



11.8
10.6
11.2
12.3
11.8
11.3
11.9
12.9
11.0
11.4


.2 3.0


3.1 3.4
14.1 16.4
4.6 8.2
2.7 2.9
3.2 3.2
5.6 3.5
1.6 5.0



7.7 7.4
9.5 5.9
11.0 9.0
19.8 16.7
11.1 9.4
3.5 2.6


3.8 2.0
11.0 11.8
11.0 9.9
6.1 6.7
9.0 9.3
12.3 7.8



8.4 6,4
6.9 5.5
1.4 .2
7.1 6.1
8.7 8.2
4.2 .2
5.4 5.9
11.5 12.6
10.9 9.7
3.0 2.6
CRMU26


1,000
.in.-


1,308
1,759
957
338
990
1,409
1,177



5,004
891
5,210
859
558
989


213
6,611
1,410
2,339
1,076
313



124
1,187
174
50
305
114
365
386
1,002
328


3.55
3.56
3.51
3.53
3.53
3.65
3.48



3.50
3.53
3.51
3.49
3.51
3.50


3.52
3.39
3.37
3.38
3.21
3.28



3.30
3.28
3.29
3.37
3.46
3.42
3.35
3.57
3.33
3.29






TABLEb4rHOLE MILK. SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLO IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLEtM MI 19?0 Mt MAEM -
CREAM TOTAL FLUID

UNMtOM ARR CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
MARCH 1970 I FROM 1969 MARCH 1970 FROM 1969
DAILY |BUTTERFAT MARCH YEAR TO DAILY BUTTERFAT MARCH YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE
1,000 LB. PERCENT 1.000 LB. PERCENT

NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 130.7 21.5 1.9 2.4 6.024 3.69 W.6 0.2
CONNECTICUT 26.8 24.8 8.9 10.3 2,497 3.51 1.1 .7

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DELAWARE VALLEY 18.7 23.1 26.2 33.4 3,531 3.33 4.0 2.6

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 3.2 26.1 8.8 9.5 1,466 3.45 1.7 .6
WASHINGTONO.C. 14.9 22.6 17.6 19.9 2,076 3.51 .3 1.6
TRI-STATE .7 19.5 2.4 6.8 1,106 3.29 4.1 4.7
APPALACHIAN .4 22.7 12.5 7.4 403 3.18 3.7 1.9
TAMPA BAY 6.1 23.8 8.1 8.9 1,187 3.35 3.6 3.9
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 17.3 23.4 10.2 10.9 1.725 3.62 3.9 4.9
UPPER FLORIDA 4.1 24.6 2.5 5.8 1,362 3.25 1.9 1.3

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 47.3 20.6 14.5 .6 6,385 3.31 3.3 1.4
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 2.9 22.1 1.4 3.0 1,199 3.16 1.6 3.5
E. OHIO W. PA. 3/ 41.3 19.2 6.8 .6 6,329 3.37 4.9 2.6
COLUMBUS 2.8 19.6 14.5 12.6 1,012 3.30 4.3 1.4
MIAMI VALLEY 2.3 22.6 3.2 5.9 820 3.04 5.7 3.9
CINCINNATI 3.8 23.2 3.6 1.8 1,291 3.18 5.1 5.8

WESTERN GROUP
MICH. UPPER PENINSULA 1.0 27.1 12.9 2.9 276 3.28 .5 6.6
CHICAGO REGIONAL 61.9 21.3 1.8 5.5 8,750 3.28 5.0 4.1
LOUIS.-LEX.-EVANS 3.4 24.6 11.7 12.5 1,801 3.11 1.8 .3
INDIANA 18.5 19.3 19.5 8.2 3,557 3.01 .9 2.5
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 6.5 20.1 20.7 3.3 1,585 2.95 2.2 1.8
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 3.1 14.4 36.5 36.3 474 2.97 12.8 9.1

NEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 1.5 27.6 2.7 .9 192 2.98 .9 .5
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 4/ 20.6 25.7 4.1 0_. 2,153 2.85 1.9 1.0
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 1.6 25.6 4.3 5.3 300 2.88 4.0 3.4
BLACK HILLS .4 25.0 3.0 1.4 79 3.05 3.8 1.2
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 1.5 23.9 1.1 6.2 469 3.01 .4 .8
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY .6 22.2 12.9 12.6 177 2.92 .4 .3
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 1.6 22.6 3.8 3.6 518 3.01 .9 1.3
DES MOINES 2.5 23.3 2.2 4.7 588 3.14 2.6 1.7
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA 6.2 21.6 4.2 4.1 1,416 3.06 2.5 1.6
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA 6.3 28.0 3.8 1.2 487 '3.16 .8 .2
CONTImED






TABLE B.MHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES. CREAM. AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE. Main: *MW:mmamsiN

WHOLE MILK / SKIM MILK ITEMS J MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

MARCH CHANGE 1970 MARCH CHANGE 1970 MARCH CHANGE 1970
MARKETING AREA 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY UTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT MARCH TO AVG FAT MARCH TO AVG AT MARCH TO
CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE
1,000 1,000 1,000
LB. PERCENT IAB.. PEILEA I a- PEAEFMT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -COI.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 1,316 3.30 8.5 6.4 554.5 1.78 4.4 6.7 17.9 11.5 7.0 8.1
KANSAS CITY 1,113 3.32 5.9 3.9 427.7 1.67 4.9 7.5 17.4 11.1 9.9 10.4
NEOSHO VALLEY 178 3.34 4.2 1.7 45.7 1.59 7.6 9.9 2.9 11.5 11.5 12.3
WICHITA 376 3.29 7.4 5.0 160.8 1.66 4.0 3.3 7.1 10.9 12.4 9,6

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 194 3.44 4.7 1.1 35.2 1.38 7.3 2.2 1.1 11.9 32.6 19.0
NASHVILLE 813 3.49 .3 .1 158.6 .88 1.1 2.7 3.7 12.2 8.8 7.4
MEMPHIS 542 3.53 3.5 2.0 115.9 1.21 6.5 7.1 4.2 11.8 13.8 15.1
KNOXVILLE 393 3.70 9.1 9.4 156.8 1.39 19.5 24.3 1.6 12.1 8.4 12.1
CHATTANOOGA 365 3.86 3.3 2.3 136.5 1.32 5.5 8.4 1.4 12.3 8.3 9.4
MISSISSIPPI 4/ 864 3.77 1.2 1.7 158.9 1.48 8.4 9.8 5.8 11.8 3.9 3.0

NEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 435 3.41 3.3 2.2 88.0 1.47 4.9 5.0 3.7 11.8 2.1 .8
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 834 3.37 2.2 1.6 178.5 1.44 25.1 28.0 8.2 11.3 5.7 T.1
RED RIVER VALLEY 295 3.38 3.8 .4 55.0 1.57 10.4 7.0 2.0 11.2 10.3 B.1
TEXAS PANHANDLE 192 3.43 6.2 4.7 36.5 1.77 2.0 2.5 2.0 11.9 6.0 6.1
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 173 3.47 4.1 2.8 32.9 1.66 12.4 11.4 1.3 11.3 14.5 9.9

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 305 3.79 3.8 1.4 58.8 1.61 3.4 3.7 1.7 11.1 6.7 5.2
NEW ORLEANS 641 3.84 1.9 .4 102.1 1.56 11.7 13.2 7.2 12.4 9.8 4.7
NORTH TEXAS 1,538 3.35 3.2 .1 453.5 1.48 6.9 3.6 16.9 11.5 12.7 7.5
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 270 3.35 6.8 4.9 94.9 1.67 9.3 5.7 3.2 11.9 11.4 9.7
AUSTIN MACO 377 3.41 11.1 3.1 88.7 1.26 2.1 6.2 3.8 12.3 5.3 7.0
SAN ANTONIO 495 3.39 .8 .2 48.2 1.16 2.7 4.0 3.7 11.4 9.1 9.9
CORPUS CHRISTI 336 3.47 5.0 2.7 42.9 1.48 5.2 3.5 3.3 11.9 5.0 2.8
SOUTH TEXAS 1,360 3.67 1.2 1.5 461.2 1.64 .3 2.8 13.1 11.4 4.1 5.9

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 992 3.35 4.4 2.3 386.1 1.69 20.3 21.8 17.8 11.7 2.6 3.3
GREAT BASIN 434 3.40 12.8 8.1 297.4 1.81 2.0 4.4 5.6 12.5 3.6 5.3
CENTRAL ARIZONA 918 3.49 12.4 14.3 227.4 1.31 22.2 21.2 14.1 10.8 2.4 1.5
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 787 3.51 2.2 .2 115.7 1.69 15.0 17.2 8.1 12.0 2.2 4.0

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 1,076 3.50 8.0 7.4 635.3 1.82 11.2 13.9 22.1 11.9 6.9 6.3
INLAND EMPIRE 175 3.51 1.3 1.5 156.9 1.87 16.3 10.9 4.7 11.6 1.7 .7

COMBINED AREAS (61) 65,116 3.46 4.1 3.0 11,I61. 1.53 7.7 10.2 892.8 11.3 7.6 7.2

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY / -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ..

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TAbLEttWHOLE MILK, SKIN MILK ITEMS* MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, MACE 1970 VII ICPMARI-MS -Cm

CREAM TOTAL FLUID
WARMING AURA CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
MARCH 1970 FROMN969 MARCH 1970 i FROM 1969
DAILY BUTTERFAT MARCH YEAR TO DAILY BUTTERFAT MARCH YEAR TO
AVERAGE I CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE
1.000 L. PERCENT 1.000 LBD PEtFNT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL *COM.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 10.5 18.8 2.0 30.0 1,899 3.02 5.0 2.8
'KANSAS CITY 6.6 23.7 4.7 .9 1.564 3.04 3.2 1.1
NEOSHO VALLEY .6 22.5 7.8 3.9 227 3.14 2.1 .3
MICHITA 2.3 23.6 40.7 11.9 546 2.99 4.2 2.8

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH .5 24.4 3.2 3.0 231 3.21 2.8 1.3
NASHVILLE 2.1 26.0 4.5 .8 977 3.14 .1 .5
MEMPHIS 2.7 23.9 .4 1.7 665 3.27 3.9 2.7
KROXVILLE 1.0 22.7 18.2 5.3 552 3.10 2.4 1.9
CHATTANOOGA 1.0 25.7 3.1 1.6 504 3.24 1.1 .4
MISSISSIPPI j/ 2.8 25.0 3.2 1.1 1,031 3.52 2.2 2.8

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1.9 23.2 53.9 42.9 529 3.22 1.9 1.0
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 2.9 21.8 4.4 1.4 1.024 3.15 1.6 2.4
RED RIVER VALLEY 1.0 20.4 2.1 10.6 352 3.19 4.9 1.5
TEXAS PANHANDLE 1.1 27.9 .8 5.8 232 3.36 5.6 3.6
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEM 1.1 30.1 11.3 13.0 209 3.38 5.6 4.4

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 1.4 25.3 2.7 1.6 367 3.56 3.7 .7
NEW ORLEANS 2.2 24.6 .5 3.0 753 3.67 .4 1.2
NORTH TEXAS 13.3 25.2 11.8 5.1 2,022 3.15 4.0 .9
CENTRAL NEST TEXAS 1.6 27.6 4.6 4.7 370 3.10 7.5 5.2
AUSTIN WACO 1.7 26.7 8.1 2.6 491 3.16 8.7 3*t
SAN ANTONIO 1.1 19.6 21.0 4.8 548 3.28 1.0 .2
CORPUS CHRISTI 1.2 23.9 1.0 .5 383 3.38 5.0 2.8
SOUTH TEXAS 4.0 24.4 16.5 17.3 1,839 3.26 .9 1.7

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 8.7 21.4 32.7 11.5 1,405 3.11 1.5 3.2
GREAT BASIN 5.8 28.8 10.1 8.3 743 3.03 7.3 3.6
CENTRAL ARIZONA 7.3 21.5 24.1 12.2 1,167 3.26 3.4 5.0
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 3.4 24.4 5.4 8.8 914 3.43 .3 1.7

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 13.3 27.3 8.3 3.3 1.747 3.18 1.7 .7
INLAND EMPIRE 2.7 27.6 19.8 13.5 339 3.06 6.3 3.9

COMBINED AREAS (61) 566.1 22.3 .9 3.4 84,846 3.27 1.6 .6

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY --- -- ------ 15,448 --- 2.7

SPlain, flavored, and fluid equiva4let of concentrated.
Plain, fortified, and fIlared skim and part skin milk, buttermilk, and cultured specialties.
Sales represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The May 1, 1969 amendment merged the Eastern Ohio-estern pennsylvania
and ClLkalbur mrkete.)
Sales for marketing are as defined after the 1969 amendment.
Small amount of ele estimated.












Table 9.--Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order markets, January 1970 to date, with comparisons 1/

:January February : March : April
: Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970 :Change 1970
Item Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969
it ; Year : Year : :Year ::: Year
average average average average
average : Jan. : to average Feb. : to average March : to average April : to
: : date : date : : date : : date
1,000 b. : Percent : 1000 lb. : Percent 1,000 lb. Percent 1000 lb. Percent

Whole milk 2/ 67,113.4 : 2.0 : 2.0 : 65,247.9 : 3.2 : 2.5 : 63i217.5 : 4.0 : 3.1 :
Flavored whole milk 2,617.9 : + .3 : + .3 : 2,794.3 : + 1.9 : + 1.1 : 2T498.7 : 4.4 : .8 : : :


Total whole milk items

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

STotal skim and lowfat
milk items

Milk and cream mixtures


69,731.4 : 1.9 : 1.9 :


2,738.5 : +19.7 : +19.7 :
9,077.6 : +18.9 : +18.9 :


973.2
2,773.0
1,697.0
86.5
729.8


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


18,075.5 : +13.2 : +13.2 :

908.9 : 5.8 : 5.8 :


68,042.2 : 3.0 : 2.4 :


2,773.9 : +20.0 : +19.4 :
8,754.4 : +12.6 : +15.9 :


974.9
2,800.5
1.688.0
111.6
723.3


- 3.2
+ 7.7
- 2.1
+48.7
- 6.5


: 1.8
:+ 9.3
: 2.3
:+57.5
:- 6.0


17,826.6 :+ 9.6 :+11.5 :

904.2 : 8. : 7.0 :


65,716.3 : 4.1 : 3.0 :


2,782.4 : +21.4 : +20.3 :
8,564.9 : + 8.5 : +13.3 :


946.7
2,821,4
1,691.8
113.1
731.3


- 5.0
+ 7.8
- 2.7
+33.5
- 4.7


- 2.9
+ 8.8
- 2.5
+47.5
- 5.6


17,651.5 : + 7.7 : +10.2 :

892.8 : 7.6 : 7.2 :


Light cream
Heavy cream
Sour cream


Total cream items

Total fluid milk and
cream


: 516.8 : 3.9 : 3.9 :


:89,234.7 : + .8 : + .8 t


523.7 : 7.5 : 5.6 :


87,297.4 : .7 :+ .1 :


566.1 : + .9 : 3.4 :


84,846.4 : 1.8 : .6 :


1/ See table 8 for markets included.
2/ Includes whole milk equivalent of concentrated milk.


149.2
118.4
249.2


-15.2
- 6.3
+ 5.9


-15.2
- 6.3
+ 5.9


168' 7
148-I
129-.2
246.4


-16..5
- 7.6
- 1.0


: -15.8
:- 7..0
:+ 2.6


147.0
153.0
266.0


-15.5
+ 8.1
+ 8.3


-15.7
- 1.6
+ 4.1






Table 10.-Percantage of whole milk equivalent used in the production of manufactured dairy products, selected marketing areas
defined by Federal milk orders, January 1970 to date, with comparisons 1/


Manufactured dairy January February March April May June
products 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969

Percent

Butter :44.6 :45.9 :43.5 :43.7 :41.0 42.5
Cheese :16.2 :11.9 :17.1 :12.6 :18.0 14.0
Frozen desserts and
Condensed whole milk :28.5 : 31.8 : 28.7 : 32.9 : 29.4 : 32.2 :
Cottage cheese 4.7 : 4.5 : 5.0 : 4.9 : 4.8 : 5.0
Other factory products 2/ 6.0 : 5.9 : 5.7 : 5.9 : 6.8 : 6.3

Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0











: July August September : October November December
Manufactured dairy
products 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969

Percent

Butter
Cheese
Irozen desserts and
condensed whole milk
Cottage Cheese
Other factory products 2/ :

Total


1/ Data represent whole milk equivalent based on milkfat content. Includes producer milk and some other source milk used to
produce manufactured dairy products in regulated pool plants as well as milk diverted and shipped to nonpool plants for processing.
Some of the data are partially estimated. See table 8 for markets included.
2/ Includes evaporated and dry whole milk, milk used in candy, soup, bakery products, etc.





Table 11.--Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, April I/

SBase price Excess price Base price Excess price
Marketing area : April : April :: Marketing area April April
: 1970 : 1969 : 1970 : 1969 :: : 1970 : 1969 : 1970 : 1969
Dollars per 100 b. Dollars per 100 lb.

Applaachian : 6,67 6.41 4.91 3.89 :: Memphis : 6.55 6.30 4.88 4.37
Black Hills : --- 4.80 --- 3.98 :: Mississippi : --- 6.14 --- 3.82
Central Arkansas : 6.54 6.18 4.86 4.30 :: Nashville : 5.78 5.66 4.60 4.34
Chattanooga : 6.29 5.96 4.60 4.34 :: New Orleans : 6.38 5.99 3.85 3.82
Delaware Valley : 6.69 6.43 4.57 4.24 :: Oregon-Washington : 5.92 --- 4.58 --
Fort Smith : 6.38 6.19 5.63 5.53 :: Puget Sound : 6.19 5.91 4.67 4.36
Georgia : 6.60 --- 4.60 --- :Southern Michigan : 5.76 5.48 4.58 4.25
Kansas City : 5.85 5.54 4.58 4.25 :Upper Chesapeake Bay : 6.52 6.21 6.51 4.18
::, Washington, D.C. : 6.54 6.37 4.51 4.18
I/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported.





Table 12.--Seasonal incentive fund excluded under various Federal milk orders, April

Marketing area April Marketing area 1 April9
: 1970 1969 :: 1970 1969
Dol per 100 lb. :: Dol. per 100 lb.

Central Arizona --- 0.15 :: Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H. 0.20 0.20
Central Illinois : .25 .25 :Miami Valley .25 .25
Cincinnati .25 .25 :: Nebraska=Western Iowa 1/ .44
Columbus .25 .25 :New York-New Jersey : .20 .20
Connecticut .30 .30 :: Northwestern Ohio .25 --
Eastern South Dakota .15 .15 :: Paducah .50 .50
Indiana : .30 .30 :: St. Louis-Ozarks .25 .25
Inland Empire : :: Southern Illinois : .25 .25
Louisville-Lexington- :: Tri-State .25 .25
Evansville .40 .40

1/ Suspended.




Table 13.--Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets 1/

: January 1970 :: February 1970 :: March 1970
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 : 12 28 3,224 :: 14 30 2,858 :: 15 40 3,315
Nonfat dry milk : 5 7 201 :: 4 6 55 :: 4 5 41

Imitation milk:
Nondairy fat and:
Sodium caseinate and
other protein : 5 5 2/ :: 4 4 2/ :: 3 3 2/

Total 18* 40 3,425 19* 40 2,913 ::/ 19* 48 3,356
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, Duluth-Superior,
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Minnesota-North Dakota, New Orleans, New York-New Jersey, Oklahoma Metropolitan,
Oregon-Washington, Red River Valley, San Antonio, Southern Illinois, Tampa Bay, Tri-State, and Upper Chesapeake Bay.







Table 14.--Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in Federal milk order pricing formulas, January 1970 to date
with comparisons

Dairy product market prices
BUTTER :: CHEDDAR. :: NONFAT DRY MILK,
T: :: CHEESE :: SPRAY
Chicago New York :: Wis. primary :: Chicago area
:Chicago w :: markets :: plant 2
Month : 9293-Scor93 )-Score 92-Score : 92-Score I : 93-Score :: ::
:Change Cha:Change:: :Change : :Ch:Chan: :Change :: Change Change
:1970 : from 1970 :from : 1970 :from :1970 : from : 1970 : from :: 1970 from 1970 from
:1969: : 1969 :: : 1969: : 1969: : 1969:: :1969:: :1969
Cents per pound

January : 67.61 : +1.20 : 67.61 : +1.20 :: 68.58 : +1.17 : 68.86 : +0.50 : 69.07 : +1.34 :: 55.81 : +7.29 :: 23.00 : +0.05
February : 67.60 : +1.21: 67.60 : +1.21:: 68.70 : +1.36 : 68.61 : +1.24 : 69.19 : +1.64 :: 55.07 : +6.94 :: 23.15 : + .21
March : 67.95 : +1.56 : 67.95 : +1.55 :: 68.82 : +1.51: 68.72 : +1.44 : 69.34 : +1.76 :: 53.61: +4.05 :: 23.18 : + .14
April : 69.83 : +2.24 : 69.83 : +2.22 :: 70.73 : +2.44 : 69.87 : +2.09 : 70.76 : +2.28 :: 53.28 : +2.47 :: 25.96 :+2.95
May :: :: ::
June :: ::
July :: :: ::
August : : : :: :: ::
September : : : : :: : : : : ::
October : :: :: ::
November : : : : :: : : : : : :: : ::
December : : : ::


SS. manufacturing
plants 3/
: Change
1970 : from 1969


Prices paid for manufacturing grade milk,
: Minn.-Wis. Manuf. : Butter-powder
grade milk 4/ : "Snubber" 5/
: : Change : Change
: 1970 : from 1969 : 1970 : from 1969


3.5% butterfat content
:: Local plants
:: Appalachian
:: : Change
: 1970 : from 1969


listed in:
New Orleans
: Change
1970 : from 1969


Dollars per 100 lb. f.o.b. plant

January :4.53 : +0.37 : 4.67 : +0.40 : 4.25 : +0.06 :: 3.81 : +0.16 :3.58 +0.04
February :4.54 : + .38 : 4.63 : + .40 : 4.26 : + .07 :: 3.76 : + .11 : 3.58 : + .04
March : 4.53 : + .35 : 4.58 : + .30 :4.27 : + .07 :: 3.71 : + .06 : 3.58 : + .04
April : 4.48 : + .26 : 4.60 : + .26 : 4.58 : + .33 :: 3.67 :+ .03 : 3.56 : + .03
May : : : ::
June
July: ::
August : : : ::
September : ::
October ::
November : : ::
December : : : : : ::


1/ 16th of preceding month through 15th of current month. 2/ 26th of preceding month through 25th of current
month. 3/ 3.5 percent price converted by using Chicago 92-score butter price times 0.115. 4/ 3.5 percent price
converted by using Chicago 92-score butter price times 0.120. 5/ Chicago 92-score butter price times 4.2 plus
(nonfat dry milk, spray, Chicago area plant price times 8.2) less 48 cents.


:U
Month :


a
:










Table 15.--U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis 1/, January 1970 to date, with comparisons*

A ml: Milk eligible :Paid by dealers :
All milk flui :fr milk used by e : Manufacturing Paid farmers for milk used in:
: : for fluid :for milk used in : e m 2/."
wholesale market / :fluid products I/: grade -mlk / r AmWca : aporated
Month : : : : : Butter 4/ c heise/ 4: U S
: Change .: Change ChanChange Change :Change : : Change : : Change
1970* from 1970* from 1970* from 1970* .from : 1970* : from : 1970* : from : 1970* : from
S 1969* 1969** .1969** : .1969* ..: 1969**: : 1969**: : 1969**
: Dollars per 100 pounds :: Dollars per 100 pounds


5.57 : +0.29 : 5.97 : +0.23 : 6.91 : +0.29 : 4.52 : +0.37 ::

5.53 : + .26 : 5.94 : + .22 : 6.93 : + .31 : 4.54 : + .39 ::


4.44

4.44


: +0.26 : 4.65 :+0.49 4.30 : +0.26

: + .26 : 4.60 + .43 4.31 :+ .24


5.43 : + .25 : 5.83 : + .20 : 6.89 : + .26 : 4.52 : + .35 :: 4.43 : + .24 : 4.56


5.35 : + .25 : 5.71 : +. :21


:6.88 : + .26 : 4.48 : + .27 :: 4.46 : + .23 : 4.47


: + .31 4.31

: + .22 : 4.32


: + .21


Aug. : : : : : : : ::

Sept. : : : : : : :: : :

Oct. ::

Nov. : : : : : :: : : :

Dec. : : : : : : : :: : : :
Av.


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


Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July






Table 16.--Retail prices paid by consumers for dairy products, United States, January 1970 to date,
....with comparisons
SMBik :: Cheese
Ice cream
25-city average / (prepackaged) 2/: American Butter 2/
Month At stores Delivered :( : process 2/
1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
:Cents per 4 gal. :Cents per k gal. ::Cents per 1 gal. : Cents per 4 Ib. :Cents per lb.

January :56.9 53.9 64.1 61.0 : 83.4 81.2 49.0 : 45.4 85.9 84.3
February :57.0 53.9 64.2 61.1 :: 83.2 :81.2 49.5 :45.7 85.6 84.2
March : 57.0 :54.1 64.5 61.0 :: 83.6 80.8 50.0 :45.6 85.5 84.1
April : 57.1 54.1 :64.7 :61.2
May : 57.1 :53.9 :64.8 :61.3
June ::
July : ::
August : :
September : ::
October ::
November : ::
December :

I/ "Fluid Milk and Cream Report," SRS. Prices are the latest reported to the 10th of each month.
Grade and kind of container may differ by markets.
2/ "Retail Food Prices," BLS.



Table 17.--Premailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk, 25 cities%
May 19710, with comparisons 1/

Prices at stores :: Prices delivered to homes
Market :May : May : April : May :: May : May : April : May
: 1968 : 1969 : 1970- : 1970 :: 1968 : 1969 : 1970 : 1970
Cents per half-gallon

Boston, Mass. : 47-52 : 50-54 :55-57 :55-57 :: 59-65 : 61-66 : 66-72 :66-72
Hartford, Conn. : 52 : 54 : 54-59 : 54-59 :: 62-68 : 63-69 : 67-73 : 67-73
New York, Metro., N.Y.2/: 45-60 49-59 : 52-70 :52-70 : 47-59 : 55-59 :60-70 :60-70
Philadelphia, Pa. 59 62 : 61 63 :: 63-66 : 70 : 74-76 :74-76
Pittsburgh, Pa. 54 58 : 61 61 :: 58 62 : 65 65
Cleveland, Ohio :48-54 : 48-55 : 54 :53-54 :: 59-62 : 59-62 :64-66 : 64-66
Indianapolis, Ind. : 48 : 51 : 54 : 54 :: 56-58 : 62 : 67 : 67
Chicago, Ill. 59 60-64 55-58 55-58 58-66 : 60-70 62-72 62-72
Detroit, Mich. 49-51 51 : 55 : 55 :: 58 : 60 62 : 62
Milwaukee, Wis. : 42-46 : 49-50 : 52-54 : 47-50 :: 52-53 : 55-56 :58-59 : 55-59

Mpls.-St. Paul, Minn. 41 : 40 49 : 48 :: 51 : 51 : 58 58
Kansas City, Mo. : 47-49 : 51-53 : 55-57 : 55-57 :: 53-58 : 60 64 : 64
Omaha, Nebr. : 48 48-51 52-59 52-59:: 50 54 : 58 58
Baltimore, Md. 54 57 58 58 :: 63-65: 67-69 71 71
Washington, D. C. : 53 55 57 : 57 :: 65-67: 68-71 : 71 : 71
Jacksonville, Fla. : 49-65 48-69 : 63-66 :63-67 :: 62-63 : 66-69 : 69 : 69
Louisville, Ky. :49-53 : 52-53 :55-57 : 57-59 :: 58-59 : 59-61 62-64 :63-65
New Orleans, La. : 59 : 61 : 63 : 63 :: 60 : 62 : 64 : 64
Dallas, Texas : 59-61 : 60-61 : 63-64 : 63-64 :: 59-61: 62 : 65-66 : 65-66
Denver, Colo. 48-50 :49-51 : 51-53 : 54-56 :: 51-55 : 55-7 : 59 : 62

Salt Lake City, Utah : 53 55 : 59 59 :: 53 56 :58-59 : 58-59
Seattle, Wash. :49-57 :51-60 :52-61 :51-61 :: 49-65 : 53-61 :53-61 : 53-61
Portland, Oreg. :50-57 :55-62 65-67 65 :: 58-61: 67 : 73 72
Los Angeles, Calff. : 50 : 48 : 50 : 52 :: 61 : 61 : 63 : 64
San Irancisco, Calif. : 51 : 50 : 51 : 51 :: 3/54 : 3/59 : 61 : 61
25 Cities average 52.0 53.9 57.1 57.1 58.4 61.3 64.7 64.8
I/ "Fluid Milk and Cream Report," SRS. Prices are the latest reported to the 10th of each month.


mster Counties.


Grade and kind of container may differ by markets.
2/ New York Metropolitan: New York City plus Nassau, Suffolk and Westchi
3/ Includes 3-cent delivery charge for first unit of each home delivery.






Table 18.--U.S. production, January 1970 to date, with comparisons

: Milk 1/ Butter 2/ : American cheese 2/ : Nonfat dry milk 31
Month : : Change : Chhange : Change : change
: 1970* : from :1970* : from : 1970* : from : 1970 from
: 1969 : : 1969 : : 1969 : 1969
1* l lb.: Pt. : il. Lb. : Pct. : Nil. lb. : Pct. N: ml. lb. : rt.

Jan. : 9.4 0 : 101.5 : -5 : 107.2 : +18 : 102.5 : -13
Feb. 8.8 : + .5 : 93.8 : -2 : 103.6 : +19 : 106.8 5
ar. : 10.1 : + .9 : 106.5 : +2 : 120.7 : +19 : 132.2 + 1
Apr. 10.3 : +.6 : 111.2 +1 : 129.7 +15 :148.4 : +2
ay : : : :
June : :
July : : : :
Aug. : : :
Sept. : : : :
Oct.
: : : : : : : :
Dec. : : : : :
Yeat to :38.6 .6 6 : 413,0 -1 461.1 +18 489.9 4
date : : :
Preliminary. I/ "Milk Production," SRS. 2/ "Production of Creamery Butter and Cheese,"
SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS.



Table 19.--Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1970 to date, vith comparisons

Storage holdings 1/
: Butter 2/ :: American cheese 2/ :: Nonfat dry milk
Moth Comer- : Total Comer : Total ::Commer- : Total
I Gov't :Change : G't :Change :: Gltl :Change
: 1970 1970* : 1970* :from :: 1970 1970* : 1970* :trom :: 19 190: 1970* :from
:: : : 1969 :: : : :1969 i:: 3 :* :1969
Million pounds : Pet. Million pounds : Pet. Million pounds : Pct.

Jan. : 26.1 : 51.3 : 77.4 : -26 :: 248.5 : 1.1 : 249.6 : -16 : 81.1 : 97.7 : 178.8 : -35
Feb. : 28.2 : 53.1 : 81.3 : -29 :: 236.6 : 1.4 : 238.0 : -12 :: 81.8 : 84.9 : 166.7 : -40
Mar. : 28.0 : 63.6 : 91.6: -25 :: 238.5: .4 :238.9: 8 :: 80.6 : 79.1 :159.7 : -41
Apr. : 38.5 : 78.8 : 117.3 : -13 :: 260.4 : .4 : 260.8 : + 3 :: 101.4 : 65.5 : 166.9 : -36
ay : : :: : : : ::
June : : : : :
July
Aug. : : : : :: : : : :: : : :
Sept. :: ::
Oct. :: ::
Nov. : : : :: : : : : : :
Dec. : : : : :: : : :: : :
Preliminary. 1/ End of month. 2/ "Cold Storage Report," SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, Condensed and
Dry Milk," SIS. 4/ "Summary of Processed Commodities in Store," ASCS.



Table 20.--U.S.D.A. purchases (Delivery basis), January 1970 to date, with comparisons

S: :Milk equivalent of net
: Butter / : American cheese 1/ Nonfat dry milk 1/ :U.S.D.A. purchases 2/
Month 10 9
1970 19 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
000 lb. 1.000 lb. 1.000 lb. il. lb.

Jan. : 13,998 : 19,513 3/1,949 198 : 24,943 : 42.677 : 319 : 420
Feb. : 27,282 : 25,270 : 3/2,150 0 : 24,491 : 43,310 : 606 : 542
Mar. : 17,782 : 20,049 : 3/1,949 4,704 : 33,179 : 46,235 : 401 : 459
Apr. : 30,294 : 27,558 : 403 : 12,499 : 35,687 : 26,215 : 655 : 716
May : :
June : :
July : : : : :
Aug. :
Sept. : : : : : :
Oct. : : : :
Nov. : : : : : :
Dec. : : : : : : :
Year to : 89,356 92,390 : 6,451 17,401 118,300 158,437 1,981 2,137
date : : : : : :
I/ "Daity Price Support Activity Report," ASCS. 2/ U.S.B.A. purchases (delivery basis) of
butter, cheese, and evaporated milk, minus U.S.D.A. domestic sales for unrestricted use of butter
and cheese, includes purchases under Section 709, ASCS. 3/ Purchased under Section 709 of the
Agricultural Act of 1965.





MAJOR ORDER ACTIONS. APRIL 1970


Amendments:

North Texas and South Texas April 1 (35 FR 5315, 3/31/70). This amendment will continue the
present Class I price in the South Texas order which was due to expire March 31, 1970.

Action also revises the location adjustment provisions in the South Texas order and deletes the
the "pricing zone" provisions. For plants located in Fayette County, Texas, or north of U.S.
Highway 90 and 60 miles or more from the nearer of Beaumont or Houston, Texas, the Class I
price is reduced at the rate specified below for the applicable distance that such plant is
located from Houston, Texas:


Miles from city hall in
Houston. Texas
Miles

60 miles but less than 100 miles
100 miles but less than 140 miles
140 miles but less than 180 miles
180 miles but less than 225 miles


Rate per hundredweight
Cents

12
18
22
26


The price would be reduced 1.5 cents for each additional 10 miles or fraction
such plant is located more than 225 miles from Houston, Texas.

For plants located south of U.S. Highway 90 and outside the Texas Counties of
Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca, and Wharton and beyond 60 miles from the nearer of
Houston, Texasthe Class I price is increased at the rate specified below for
distance that such plant is located from Houston, Texas:


Miles from city hall in
Houston, Texas
Miles

60 miles but less than 100 miles
100 miles but less than 140 miles


thereof that


Colorado,
Beaumont or
the applicable


Rate per hundredweight
Cents

12
18


The price would be increased 1.5 cents for each additional 10 miles or fraction thereof that
such plant is located more than 140 miles from Houston, Texas.

In the North Texas order this amendment clarifies payments to producers by substituting
"partial Payment" where the term "advance payment" is now used.

Southeastern Florida. Tampa Bay, and Upper Florida April 1 (35 FR 3904, 2/28/70). The fluid
S milk product definition in each order is revised to include buttermilk, acidophilus milk,
flavored milk drinks (including eggnog and milkshake mix), sweet cream, and mixtures of sweet
cream and milk or skim milk.

The order is revised to provide for two classed of utilization instead of three in the Tampa
Bay and Upper Florida orders and for three classes instead of four in the Southeastern Florida
order.

Class I milk is all skim milk and butterfat disposed of in the form of a fluid milk
product, in end-of-month inventory of packaged fluid milk products and not accounted for as
Class II (or as Class III in the Southeastern Florida order).. Class II milk is all skim milk
and butterfat used to produce: Frozen desserts, sour cream, sour cream products, yogurt,
aerated cream, aerated cream products, butter, cheese (including cottage cheese), evaporated
and condensed milk, nonfat dry milk, dry whole milk, dry whey, condensed or dry buttermilk, a
product which contains six percent or more nonmilk fat (or oil), and sterilized products in
hermetically sealed containers. Class II milk also includes skim milk and butterfat in fluid
milk products damped or disposed of for livestock feed, in end-of-month inventory of balk
fluid milk products, in skim milk represented by the nonfat solids added to a fluid milk
product which is in excess of an equivalent volume of such product prior to the addition; and,
in shrinkage. Class III milk (in the Southeastern Florida order only) is the skim milk
portion of milk which is disposed of for fertilizer or livestock feed or dumped.





The Class I price is the Minnesota-Wisconsin price for the preceding month plus: $2.65 in the
Upper Florida order; $2.75 in the Tampa Bay order; and $2.95 in the Southeastern Florida
order. The Class II price is the Minnesota-Wisconsin price for the Month plus 15 cents.
The Class III price (Southeastern Florida only) is computed as follows: Multiply the Chicago
butter price by 1.25, add 4 cents and multiply the result by 3.5.

The Class I butterfat differential is 7.5 cents. The Class II butterfat differential is
0.115 times the Chicago butter price for the month. The Class III butterfat differential
(Southeastern Florida only) is 0.115 times the Chicago butter price for the month.

Suspensinss:

Georgia April 1 (35 FR 5315, 3/31/70). This suspension order will continue indefinitely the
present Class I price which was due to expire March 31, 1970.

Inland Empire April 18 (35 FR 6312, 4/18/70). This action suspends for 1970 all provisions
of the seasonal incentive payment plan (louisville plan) from the Inland Empire order.

Nebraska-Western Iowa April 1 (35 FR 5315, 3/31/70). This action suspends, for the period
April 1 through November 30, 1970, the seasonal incentive payment plan (Louisville plan)
provisions from the Nebraska-Western Iowa order.

New Orleans April 1 (35 FR 6642, 4/25/70). This suspension action will remove, for an
indefinite period, the mandatory Class I classification of all fluid milk products transferred
from a pool plant to a nonpool plant located more than 350 miles from the city hall in
New Orleans, Louisiana.







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