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AUGUST 1970 SUMMARY

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FEDERAL MILK ORDER



MARKET STATISTICS


AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS


MINIMUM CLASS I PRICE $6.72; BLEND, $5.97


PRODUCER DELIVERIES UP 3.4 PERCENT


PRODUCER MILK USED IN CLASS I DOWN 0.8 PERCENT


59 PERCENT OF DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I


IN-AREA FLUID MILK SALES DOWN 0.8 PERCENT


SPECIAL THIS ISSUE Page 30 *

Milk Delivered by State of Origin *
1968-69 *

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


Dairy Division
Issued October 1970
FMOS 128


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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, September 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,
August . . . . .. 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-August. . 8

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

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

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

7. Federal milk order Class I formula price information, August . 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, July 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 . . ... .. 24

11. Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content,
August . . ..o . 25

12. Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal milk orders, August .. 25

13. Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets, June,
July, and August . . .. .... ..... .25

14. Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in Federal milk order
pricing formulas, January 1970 to date, with comparisons . ... 26

15. U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis, January 1970 to date, with
comparisons . . . .... 27

16. Retail prices paid by consumers for dairy products, United States,
January 1970 to date, with comparisons . . . 28

17. Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk,
25 cities, September 1970, with comparisons. .. .. ....... 28

18. U.S. production, January 1970 to date, with comparisons. . . 29

19. Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1970 to date,
with comparisons . . .. .... . 29

20. U.S.D.A. purchases (Delivery basis), January 1970 to date, with comparisons. 29

21. Milk deliveries, by State of origin, to handlers regulated
under Federal milk orders, 1968-89 . . .. . 32

22. Total producer deliveries by State of origin, 1969 . . 33

Major order actions, August. . . . 36
2





FEDERAL MILK ORDER MARKET STATISTICS


Summary


Prices per 100 pounds
Producer deliveries and producer deliveries used in Class I (3.5 percent)
: Change:: : Change:
Year .Number. Prod. : from :: Del. : from : Class I
and of deliv- pre. : sed in: prev. : Utilization :: Class I Blend
month mkts.. series year Class I: year
No. :Bil.lb.: Pct. :: Bil.lb.: Pct. : Percent :: Dollars : Dollars

1966 : 71 : 53.0 : -2.6 :: 34.8 : 0.7 : 66 :: 5.55 :: 4.95

1967 : 74 : 53.8 : 1.4 :: 34.4 : -1.1 : 64 :: 5.85 :: 5.17

1968 : 67 : 56.4 : 5.0 :: 36.5 : 6.0 : 65 :: 6.23 :: 5.53

1969 : 67 : 61.0 : 8.1 :: 39.2 : 7.3 : 64 :: 6.50 :: 5.74



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 : comp.: deliv- : prev. :: used in: prev. : : :
month mkts.: series year Class I: year 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
: mkts.: :year year
No. : Bil.lb.: Pct. :: Bil.lb.: Pct. : Percent :: Dollars :: Dollars

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 :64 : 5.6 : 3.4 :: 3.1 : -3.6 : 55 : 59 :: 6.71 : 6.44 :: 5.65 : 5.44
June : 64 : 5.3 : 3.2 :: 2.9 : 2.4 : 54 : 55 :: 6.70 : 6.47 :: 5.65 : 5.39
July : 64 : 5.1 : 4.5 :: 2.9 : .6 : 57 : 60 :: 6.73 : 6.49 : 5.84 : 5.61
Aug. : 58 : 5.0 : 3.4 :: 2.9 : .8 : 59 :61 : 6.72 :6..50 5.97 5.77
Sept. : :: : :
Oct. : : :: : :
Nov. :: : :
Dec. : : :: ::

Mergers and Expansions. On August 1, 1970, the Washington, D.C., Upper Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Valley
marketing areas were merged into a single order area called Middle Atlantic. Also on this date, the
Northwestern Ohio, Columbus, Miami Valley, Cincinnati, and Tri-State marketing areas were merged into a
single area called Ohio Valley. Minor expansions of each of the new marketing areas occurred at the same time.

All eight of the order markets involved in the mergers were comparable and since the expansions were minor
the merged markets will remain comparable. As has been done on market mergers in the past data for the
former markets are combined. As a result of these actions, the number of comparable markets has dropped
from 64 to 58 for the month of August. The total number of milk orders in effect on August 1, 1970 is 62.

Minimum Prices. The weighted average Class I price paid by handlers regulated under 58 comparable Federal milk
order markets for 3.5 percent milk in August 1970 was $6.72 per hundredweight, 22 cents higher than the $6.50
per hundredweight price in August 1969. (See table 2.) Class I prices announced for September 1970 with
comparisons with September 1969 are shown on table 1.

Producers in the 58 markets received a weighted average blend price of $5.97 per hundredweight for 3.5 percent
milk in August 1970, 20 cents higher than the $5.77 price received by producers in August 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-August period for the 58 markets was $6.72, 26 cents higher
than the $6.46 price for the same period in 1969. The weighted average blend price for January-August was
$5.83, 23 cents higher than the blend price of $5.60 reported for the same period in 1969. (See table 3.)

Producer Deliveries. A total of 134,463 producers delivered 5.0 billion pounds of milk to handlers in the
58 markets during August 1970. The volume is 3.4 percent above producer deliveries in August 1969. Average
daily delivery per producer increased from 1,128 pounds in August 1969, to 1,194 pounds in August 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 eight months of 1970 totaled 41.0 billion pounds in 58 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 58 markets decreased
0.8 percent from last year, to a total of 2.9 billion pounds for August 1970. (See table 5.)





The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I during the first eight months of 1970 in 58 markets, totaled 24.5
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 58 markets for August 1970
was 59 percent, two percent below that in August 1969. (See table 5.) The average utilization percentage in 58 markets
for the first eight months of 1970 was 60 percent, compared to 62 percent for the first eight 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 the 58 markets totaled 2.0 billion pounds in August 1970, 41 percent of producer deliveries. Table 10 shows for 61
markets where data was available, the percentage of whole milk equivalent used in manufactured products during the
first seven months of 1970.

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

Fluid Milk Product Sales. Total in-area sales for August 1970 are estimated to be about 2.4 billion pounds 0.8 below
such sales in August of last year.

Total fluid in-area sales for July 1970 were 0.9 percent above sales for July 1969. This increase was the result of an
8.1 percent increase in sales of skim and lowfat milk items, which more than offset decreases of 0.9 percent, 6.4 per-
cent, and 0.9 percent, in sales of whole milk, mixtures, and cream items, respectively. Complete July 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 the first seven months of 1970, total in-area sales of fluid milk items in Federal milk order markets where
comparable data were available, were 0.3 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 (2%) milk, and
lowfat (2%) milk with solids added continued to show the largest increases, increasing 22.7 percent and 11.8 percent,
respectively. Sales of all other fluid milk items, with the exception of flavored whole milk, were down from the first
seven months of the previous year. Whole milk sales were down 2.4 percent: sales of milk and cream mixtures were down
7.0 percent; and, sales of cream items were down 4.2 percent. Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products
are shown on table 9.





Total fluid in-area sales; changes in sales and butterfat content of the four major fluid milk product groups and
total fluid products

Milk and Cream
Whole Milk Items Skim Milk Items Mix re Cream Items Total Fluid Items
No. : : : : : il. :
of : Percent: Percent: Percent: Percent: lb. Percent:
:comp.:Change: : :Change: : :Change: Of : Change: :Change:
Year :mkts.: over : Of: Bf. : over : : Bf. :over :total: Bf. over : Of f. : over : Of
prev.:total:test prev.:t tal:test prev.:fluid:test : prev.:total:tet :Total prev.totalest
::year :fluid: :year :fluid: year : I: : year:fluid: : : year :fluid:

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: 24.5 +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: 24.9 -.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: 28.3 +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: 30.0 +.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: 2.8 +.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: 2.4 -.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: 2.6 -1.8 100.0 3.27
Apr. : 61 : -1.2 77.5 3.45: +9.7 20.9 1.53: -7.2 1.0 11.3: -9.1 .6 22.0: 2.6 + .8 100.0 3.25
May : 61 : -5.5 77.3 3.45: +3.9 21.0 1.52:-I0.1 1.1 11.3:-10.3 .6 22.4: 2.5 -3.9 100.0 3.26
June : 61 : + .6 76.2 3.45: +10.3 21.9 1.52: -2.9 1.2 11.3: +1.8 .7 22.2: 2.4 +2.6 100.0 3.25
July : 61 : -.9 76.4 3.45: + 8.1 21.8 1.53: -6.4 1.1 11.3: .9 .7 22.0: 2.4 + .9 100.0 3.24
Aug. :
Sept.:
Oct. :
Nov.
Dec. :

Year
I/ 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, September 1969 and 1970


Marketing area





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

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
New York-New Jersey 2/
Middle Atlantic

SOUTH ATLANTIC
Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida

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

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


Fat ::
Class I price : Differential::
per 100 lb. 0.
September ::

1970 1969 1970 1969
Dollars Cents ::

7.59 7.40 8.2 .0
7.59 : 7.40 : 8.2 : 8.0 :
7.59 : 7.40 : 8.2 : 8.0 ::
::

7.25 : 7.06 : 8.2 : 3.0 :
7.39 : 7.21 : 8.2 : 3.0 :
::

6.74 : 6.55 : 8.4 : 8.1
7.36 : 7.32 : 7.5 : 7.5 :
7.56 : 7.52 : 7.5 : 7.5 :
7.26 : 7.22 : 7.5 : 7.5 :
::


6.10 : 5.91 : NA : 7.5 :
6.21 : 6.02 : 8.0 : 7.9 :
6.48 : 6.29 : 3.4 : 8.1
6.31 : 6.13 : 8.4 : ..1
::
::
5.96 : 5.77 : 3.7 : 8.5 :
5.87 : 5.62 : 3.4 : 3.1 :
6.10 : 5.91 : 8.4 : 8.1
6.08 : 5.8 : 8.4 : 8.1 :
6.14 : 5.95 : 8.4 : 8.1
6.00 : 5.81 : 8.4 : 8.1
::
::

5.71 : 5.52 : 9.1 : 8.8 :
5.67 : 5.48 : 3.4 : 8.1
6.11 : 5.92 : 8.4 : 8.1 :
6.56 : 6.77 : 8.4 : 11.7 :
5.86 : 5.67 : 8.4 : 8.1
5.91 : 5.72 : 8.4 : 8.1
5.91 : 5.72 : 8.7 : 8.5 :
6.06 : 5.87 : 8.4 : 8.1
6.21 : 6.02 : 8.7 : 8.5 :
5.91 : 5.48 : 8.4 : 8.1
5.7 5.43 .4 .1
5.67 : 5.43 : 9.4 : 8.1 ::
::
::


Pat
lass I price Differential
per 100 lb. 0.1%
Marketing area September

1970 1969 1970 : 1969
Dollars : Cents


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


6.21
6.35
6.26
5.41


6.46
6.19
6.55
6.23
6.76
7.08
6.91



6.55
6.55
6.$9 :;
6.81
6.86
7.03


7.08
7.46 :
6.93
7.16 :
7.31
7.35
7.6 :
7.29


6.91
5.86 :
6.86
7.13
6.96


6.46
6.56
6.56


6.02
3.16 :
6.n7 :
6.22 :


6.27
6.06
5.36
5.96
6.85
5.39
7.00



6.36
6.37
6.40
6.62
6.67
6.84


6.89
7.27
6.74
6.99 :
7.12
7.16
7.49
7.10 :


6.60 :
6.67
6.55
6.92
6.77


6.27
6.46 :
--- :


* Generally the major city in the marketing area.
1/ Price at 201-210 mile zone, 40 cents less.
2/ Price excludes a 5-cent direct delivery different
T/ Price excludes an 8-cent direct delivery differed


See footnotes on table 2 for location.

ial. Price at 201-210 mile zone, 24 cents less.




TABLE2.--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 CIFFERENTIALS. AIGUST** _


MARKETING AREA


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH I/
CONN-CTICUT 2/
AVERAGE 3/

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

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN 7/
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 8/
UPPER FLORIDA 9/
AVERAGE 3/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 10/
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN-I/
EASTERN OHIO-'ESTERN PA. 12/
OHIO VALLEY 13/
AVERAGE 3/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 14/
CHICAGO REGIONAL 16/
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA 17/
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 18/
CENTRAL ILLINCIS 1/T
AVERAGE 3/

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
DULUTH SLPEFIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EAST;iN SOLTH DAKOTA 20/
BLACK HILLS 21/
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 22/
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWAtlTY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 24/
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 16/
MINNESOTA NCRTH DAKOTA 25/
S.c. MINN.-NCRTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE 3/


S CLASS I


PRICES PER
OLE


AU I AUG AUG
1970 1969 1970
--DOLLARS


7.58 7.31 6.72
7.58 7.31 7.14
7.58 7.31 6.82


7.24
6/7.38
7.29


6.73
7.35
7.55
7.25
7.25



6.09
6.20
6.47
6.30
6.32


5.95
5.80
6.09
6.07
6.13
5.99
5.92



5.70
5.66
6.10
6.55
5.85
5.90
5.90
6.05
6.20
5.90
5.66
6.03


6.97
7.13
7.02


6.54
7.31
7.51
7.21
7.19



5.90
6.01
6.28
6.16
6.15


5.76
5.61
5.90
5.88
5.94
5.80
5.73



5.51
5.47
5.91
6.76
5.66
5.71
5.71
5.86
6.01
5.47
5.47
5.81


CLASS
III


FAT DIFFERENTIAL 0.12


CLASS CLASS CLASS
I II III
AUGUST 190


I BLEND


100 POUNDS
ND CLASS
II
AUG 16 AUGU
1969


6.46
6.83
6.55


6.39
6/6.34
6.37


6.34
7.19
7.39
7.16
7.05



5.90
5.58
5.72
5.76
5.68


15/5.58
5.19
5.53
5.57
5.62
5.36
5.32



5.15
5.16
5.42
5.42
231.61
5.27
5.23
5.44
5.58
5.11
5.08
5.37


4.77 --- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
4.77 --- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
-- -- 8.2 -- -- 8.2


4.79
6/4.73



3.65
4.76
4.76
4.76




4.76
4.76
4.61
4.71


--- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
--- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
-- 8.2 -- -- 8.2


3.19





4.56
4.61

4.61


6.15
6.04
6.11


6.22
6.83
7.25
6.93
6.87



S5.66
5.33
5.50
5.58
5.46


15/5.35
5.06
5.38
5.40
5.44
5.21
5.18



4.89
4.98
5.38
5.02
23/5.29
5.21
5.05
5.37
5.52
4.93
4.98
5.24


--- 8.5
--- 8.4
-- 8.4
8.2
--- 8.2
--- 8.2
--- 8.4



--- 8.7
--- 8.3
--- 8.0
--- 8.0
--- 8O3
--- 8.0
8. 3

--- 8.1
8.3
--- 8.2
CONTINUED


4.61
4.61
4.51
4.61
4.61
4.61




4.41
4.61
4.61
4.61
4.61
4.61
4.61
4.61
4.76
4.61
4.61


I BLEND


I


II




TABLE 2.--EDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK CF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B. MARKET
OR OTHER INDICATED POINT, AND BUTTERFAT CIFFEkENTIALS, AUGUST ** -CON.
PR CES PER 100 POUNDS FA rFFryprt-LA-t t--
CLASS I BLEND CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS BLEND
MARKETING AREA II I I- II III
AUG AUG AUG AUG AUGUST 1970 AUGuST 197C
1970 1969 1970 1 969


WEST NORTH CENTRAL
SOUTHERN GROLP
ST LOUIS OZIRKS 26/ 6.20 6.01 5.60 5.44 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 8.2
KANSAS CITY 27/ 6.34 6.15 5.62 5.48 4.76 4.61 8.4 8.0 8.0 7.4
NEOSHO VALLEY 28/ 6.25 6.06 5.67 5.35 4.61 -- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.4
WICHITA 16/ 6.40 6.21 5.92 5.49 4.76 4.61 8.4 8.0 8.0 8.3
AVERAGE 37 6.27 6.08 5.64 5.46 --- -- 8.4 -- --- 7.9

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 6.45 6.26 5.97 5.91 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 7.5
NASHVILLE 6.18 6.03 5.68 5.58 4.61 -- 8.4 8.0 --- 8.4
MEMPHIS 6.54 6.35 23/6.22 23/6.12 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 7.5
KNOXVILLE 6.22 5.83 5.81 5.36 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 8.2
CHATTANOOGA 6.75 6.74 6.01 6.10 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 8.2
MISSISSIPPI 29/ 7.07 6.88 6.25 5.78 4.61 --- 8.4 7.7 --- 8.1
GEORGIA 30/ 6.90 6.89 6.48 6.54 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- b.3
AVERAGE 37 6.58 6.36 6.01 5.77 -- -- 8.4 -- -- 8.1

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 31/ 6.54 6.35 6.20 5.98 4.61 --- 8.4 8.0 --- 8.3
FORT SMITH 6.55 6.36 23/6.25 23/6.09 4.61 -- 8.7 8. --- 8.4
OKLAHOMA METRCPOLITAN 32/ 6.58 6.39 5.65 5.67 33/4.5C -- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.4
RED RIVER VALLEY 34/ 6.80 6.61 5.61 5.55 33/4.50 --- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.3
TEXAS PANHANDLE 337 6.85 6.66 6.23 6.03 4.56 --- 8.4 7.7 -- 8.2
LUBBCCK PLAINVTIM 7.02 6.83 6.74 6.38 4.55 --- 8.7 8.0 -- 8.6
AVERAGE 3/ 6.65 6.45 5.84 5.79 --- -- 8.6 -- -- 8.4

SOUTHERN GROLP
NORTHERN LCUISIANA 36/ 7.07 6.88 6.71 6.47 4.61 --- 8.4 7.7 --- 8.3
NEW ORLEANS 7.45 7.26 6.56 6.02 4.61 --- 8.4 7.7 --- 8.1
NORTH TEXAS 37/ 6.92 6.73 6.33 6.01 4.55 -- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.5
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 38/ 7.17 6.98 6.77 6.50 4.55 -- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.4
AUSTIN WACO 39/ 7.33 7.11 23/7.04 23/6.74 4.56 -- 8.4 7.7 --- 7.7
SAN ANTONIC 7.34 7.15 7.04 6.26 40/4.48 --- 8.7 7.5 --- 7.7
CORPUS CHRISTI 41/ 7.67 7.48 6.73 6.91 4.81 4.56 8.4 7.7 7.7 8.1
SOUTH TEXAS 42/ 7.28 7.09 6.64 6.83 4.61 --- 8.7 8.0 --- 8.5
AVERAGE 3/ 7.19 6.99 6.59 6.30 --- -- 8.6 -- -- 8.3

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 43/ 6.90 6.57 6.15 5.91 4.76 4.61 9.1 8.4 8.4 8.8
GREAT BASIN 44/ 6.85 6.66 5.65 5.55 4.61 4.46 9.4 8.0 8.0 8.6
WESTERN COLORADO 45/ 6.85 6.52 6.20 5.75 4.66 4.61 9.1 8.4 8.4 8.9
CENTRAL ARIZLCA 467 7.12 6.91 6.49 6.49 4.81 4.56 9.4 8.0 8.0 9.0
RIO GRANOE VALLEY 47/ 6.95 6.76 6.00 46/5.95 4.55 --- 8.7 8.0 -- 8.5
AVERAGE 3/ 6.96 6.71 6.09 5.97 -- -- 9.2 --- -- 8.8

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUNC 49/ 6.45 6.26 5.47 5.30 4.86 4.61 8.7 8.4 8.4 8.5
INLAND EMPIRT50/ 6.55 6.36 5.67 5.53 4.75 4.50 8.6 8.0 8.0 8.3
OREGON WASHINGTON 51/ 6.55 -- 5.72 --- 4.86 4.61 8.4 8.0 8.0 8.2
AVERAGE 3/ 6.47 6.28 5.50 5.33 --- -- 8.7 --- -- .5

58- MARKET AVERAGE 3/ 6.72 6.50 5.97 5.77 --- -- 8.3 -- -- 8.2

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.69 6.48 5.95 5.76 -- --- 8.3 --- --- 8.2
Major city in te marketing area. All averages are weighted.
1/ Boston nearby plant price. Prices at 201-210 mile zone: Class I and blend, 40 cents less; Class II, 5.8 cents less. Previous year
blend price includes 10 cents a hundredweight distributed to distant producers from the farm location differential escrow fund on
May 21, 1970. 2/ July 1970, blend price includes approximately 42.9 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 Minneapolis-
St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and Oregon-Washington. 4/ New York metropolitan area. Price excludes a 5-cent
direct delivery differential. Prices at 201-210 mile zone: Class I and blend, 24 cents less; Class II, 8 cents less. 5/ Philadelphia,
Baltimore, and Washington, D. C. 6/ Price excludes a 6-cent direct delivery differential applicable to milk delivered to Philedelphia.
7/ Bristol, Tennessee. 8/ Miami. 9/ Jacksonville and Tallahassee. 10/ Traverse City. 11/ Detroit. Price excludes an 8-cent
direct delivery differential. 12/ Cleveland-Erie district. Class I and blend price for Pittsburgh district plus 10 cents. 13/ Central
zone. 14/ Zone II (Marquette). 15/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices at all locations. 16/ Zone I. 17/ Indianapolis.
18/ Base zone. 19/ Peoria. 20/ Sioux Falls. 21/ Rapid City, South Dakota. 22/ Zone I (Waterloo). 23/ Weighted average of all
handlers' blend prices. 24/ Rock Island, Illinois. 25/ Base zone (Fargo). 26/ Zone I (St. Louis). 27T7Kansas City and Topeka.
28/ Pittsburg, Kansas. 29/ Gulfport. Class I and blend price at Jackson and Greenville 16 cents less. 30/ Atlanta. 31/ Little Rock.
32/ Oklahoma City. 33/ Ctass II (butter, cheese, and nonfat dry milk) $4.40. 34/ Wichita Falls, Texas. 35/ Amarillo.
36/ Monroe and Shreveport. 37/ Zone I (Dallas). 38/ Abilene. Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $4.07. 39/ Zone I-New Braunfels, Texas,
0/ Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $4.10. 41/ Mercedes. 42/ Houston. 43/ Denver. 44/ Salt Lake City, Utah. 45/ Grand Junction.
47/ Phoenix. 47/ Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and El Paso. 48/ $1.75 credit on Class II skim milk dumped or disposed-of as livestock feed;
$1.35 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. 49/ District I (Seattle). 50/ Spokane, Washington. 51/ Portland.





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 MAUUST, AVERAGES
-LTS BLEND*
MARKETING APEA CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969
DOLLARS PER 100 POUN S

NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 7.59 7.31 0.28 6.30 5.99 0.31
CONNECTICUT 7.59 7.31 .28 6.62 6.41 .21
AVERAGE 2/ 7.59 7.31 .28 6.38 6.09 .29

MIOCLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 7.25 6.97 .28 5.88 5.65 .23
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 7.40 7.12 .28 6.36 6.16 .20
AVERAGE 2/ 7.30 7.02 .28 6.02 5.80 .22

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN 6.74 6.48 .26 6.39 6.19 .20
TAMPA BAY 7.42 7.25 .17 7.07 6.74 .33
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 7.62 7.45 .17 7.43 7.18 .25
UPPEP FLORIDA 7.31 7.15 .16 7.20 6.88 .32
AVERAGE 2/ 7.32 7.14 .18 7.08 6.81 .27

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROLF
UPSTATE MICHICAN 6.10 5.85 .25 5.69 5.50 .19
SOUTIERN MICHIGAN 6.21 5.95 .26 5.62 5.36 .26
EASTERN OHIO-VESTERN PA. 6.48 6.23 .25 5.72 5.53 .19
OHIO VALLEY 6.27 6.08 .19 5.61 5.46 .15
AVERAGE 2/ 6.32 6.08 .24 5.65 5.45 .20

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 5.96 5.70 .26 5.53 5.24 .29
CHICGGC REGICNAL 5.81 5.55 .26 5.19 4.98 .21
LSVILLE-LXGTCN-EVNSVILLE 6.10 5.86 .24 5.41 5.19 .22
INDIANA 6.08 5.82 .26 5.43 5.22 .21
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 6.14 5.88 .26 5.48 5.23 .25
CENTR'L ILLINCIS 6.00 5.74 .26 5.22 4.99 .23
AVERAGE 2/ 5.93 5.67 .26 5.27 5.06 .21

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
DULUTH SLPERIOR 5.71 5.45 .26 4.92 4.70 .22
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 5.67 5.41 .26 5.11 4.87 .24
EASTERN SOLTh DAKOTA 6.11 5.85 .26 5.34 5.26 .08
BLACK HILLS 6.56 6.71 .15- 5.41 4.75 .66
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 5.86 5.60 .26 5.32 5.19 .13
CEDAR RAPIES IOhA CITY 5.91 5.65 .26 5.26 5.09 .17
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 5.92 5.65 .27 5.29 5.02 .27
DES POINES 6.06 5.80 .26 5.49 5.28 .21
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 6.21 5.95 .26 5.63 5.29 .34
MINNESOTA NCRTH DAKOTA 5.91 5.41 .50 5.00 4.75 .25
S.E. MINN.-NCRTHERN IOWA 5.67 5.44 .23 5.06 4.88 .18
AVERAGE 2/ 6.04 5.74 .30 5.33 5.08 .25
CONTINUED





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 AUGUST, AVERAGES 1/ -CON.
CLASS I* BLENP
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1969 1970 CVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 OV=R 1969
CELLARS PER IUO POUNDS

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GRCLP
ST LCUIS OLARKS 6.21 5.95 0.26 5.46 5.24 0.22
KANSAS CITY 6.35 6.09 .26 5.64 5.45 .19
NFOSHO VALLEY 6.26 6.00 .26 5.70 5.27 .43
WICHITA 6.41 6.15 .26 5.83 5.49 .34
AVERAGE 2/ 6.28 6.03 .25 5.57 5.35 .22

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 6.46 6.20 .26 5.78 5.69 .09
NASHVILLE 6.19 5.95 .24 5.69 5.56 .13
MEMPHIS 6.55 6.29 .26 6.28 6.08 .20
KNOXVILLE 6.03 5.78 .25 5.62 5.32 .30
CHATTANOOGA 6.76 6.56 .20 6.12 5.92 .20
MISSISSIPPI 7.08 6.82 .26 6.05 5.89 .16
GEORGIA 6.91 6.72 .19 6.45 6.47 .02-
AVERAGE 2/ 6.57 6.28 .29 5.95 5.75 .20

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 6.55 6.29 .26 6.25 5.95 .33
FORT SMITH 6.56 6.30 .26 6.31 6.04 .27
OKLAHOMA METRCPOLITAN 6.59 6.33 .26 5.77 5.61 .16
RED RIVER VALLEY 6.81 6.55 .26 5.64 5.52 .12
TEXAS PANHANDLE 6.86 6.60 .26 6.16 5.95 .21
LUBBCCK PLAINVIEW 7.03 6.77 .26 6.67 6.35 .3Z
AVERAGE 2/ 6.66 6.40 .26 5.92 5.74 .18

SOUTHERN GRCLP
NORTHERN LCUISIANA 7.08 6.82 .26 6.65 6.42 .23
NEW ORLEANS 7.46 7.20 .26 6.31 5.98 .33
NORTH TEXAS 6.93 6.67 .26 6.24 5.91 .33
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 7.18 6.92 .26 6.82 6.46 .36
AUSTIN WACO 7.31 7.05 .26 7.CC 6.73 .27
SAN ANTONIC 7.35 7.09 .26 6.89 6.CO .89
CORPUS CHRISTI 7.68 7.42 .26 6.78 6.95 .17-
SOUTH TEXAS 7.29 7.03 .26 6.60 6.75 .15-
AVERAGE 2/ 7.20 6.93 .27 6.49 6.22 .27

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 6.89 6.55 .34 6.24 5.88 .36
GREAT BASIN 6.86 6.60 .26 5.68 5.51 .17
WESTERN COLORADO 6.84 6.5U .34 6.23 5.64 .59
CENTRAL ARIZONA 7.13 6.85 .28 6.43 6.08 .35
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 6.96 6.70 .26 6.10 5.91 .19
AVERAGE 2/ 6.96 6.67 .29 6.14 5.85 .29

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUNC 6.46 6.20 .26 5.47 5.30 .17
INLAND EMPIRE 6.56 6.25 .31 5.68 5.49 .19
OREGCN WASHINGTON 6.56 --- -- 5.74 -- --
AVERAGE 2/ 6.48 6.21 .27 5.50 5.33 .17

58-MARKET AVERAGE 2/ 6.72 6.46 .26 5.83 5.60 .23

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.70 6.44 .26 5.81 5.59 .22



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






TABHL .--rLMIER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS. TOTAL
AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER, AUGUST


MA'KETINC AREA


NUMBER OF PRODUCERS

CHANGE
AUG FROP
1970 AUG
19b9


NUMBER


PRODUCER CELIVERIES


____________ ___________


AUG
1970


1,000 LBS.


CHANGE
AUG FROM
1969 AUG
1969


PERCENT


AVERAGE BUTTERFAT
PERCENTAGE OF
M .II nc I iC i a


AUG
1970


AUG
1969


DELIVERIES, AND

AVERAGE DAILY
DELIVERIES
PER PRODUCER


AUG
1970


PERCENT


AUG
1969


POUNDS


NEW ENGLAND
MASSiCHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNNCTICUT
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

MIODL' ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHICAN
SOUT-ERN MICHIGAN
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA.
OHIO VALLEY
AVER-GE OR TOTAL 1/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHIC'GO REGIChAL
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INCIANA
SOUTF~RN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINCIS
AVERAGE OR TCTAL 1/

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCLP
DULUTH SLPEPIOR
MINNeAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOLTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAq RAPICS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINN SOTA NCRTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NCRTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


8,025
1,778
9,803


26,392
8,503
34,895


941
119
88
191
1,339



22
8,659
13,003
8,301
26,985


350
16,767
2,876
4,343
2,295
682
27,313



644
4,541
397
95
366
395
982
1.381
1,700
1,700
1,052
7,660


314-
82-
396-


1,960-
296-
2,256-


207
2-
3-
7
209



18-
479-
390-
104-
991-


19-
1-
136-
350-
244-
9-
759-



21-
129
11
13
246-
22
54-
244
37-
246
238
178


303.756
92,615
396,371


821,926
385,986
1,207,912


33,570
28,929
46,266
42,554
151,319



853
314,760
290,924
240,369
846,906


9,428
623,933
88,966
141,701
72,093
21,454
957,575



13,576
147,235
15,512
5*730
10,243
11,336
34,461
41,636
68,905
44,488
37,755
245,887


300,852
94,058
394,910


823,679
384,546
1,208,225


29,064
25,338
46,151
35,811
136,364



1,385
312,101
292,119
228,384
833,989


9,622
576,795
86,976
136,491
69,632
20,529
930,045



13,322
134,512
13,469
4,510
15,490
9,577
34,794
34,389
61,992
36,750
25,982
224,293


1.0 3.60
1.5- 3.53
.4 3.58


.2- 3.52
.4 3.57
0 3.54


15.5
14.2
.2
18.8
11.0



38.4-
.8
.4-
5.2
1.5


2.0-
8.2
2.3
3.8
3.5
4.5
6.4



1.9
9.4
15.2
27.0
33.9-
18.4
1.0-
21.1
11.2
21.0
45.3
9.6


3.51
3.60
3.72
3.63
3.62



3.25
3.45
3.57
3.52
3.51


3.59
3.48
3.51
3.49
3.46
3.50
3.48



3.64
3.58
3.31
3.33
3.57
3.47
3.45
3.52
3.42
3.42
3.42
3.45


3.64
3.55
3.62


1.221
1,680
1,304


3.54 1,005
3.55 1,464
3.54 1,117


3.49
3.74
3.82
3.72
3.71



3.45
3.48
3.58
3.54
3.53


3.59
3.53
3.53
3.56
3.51
3.54
3.53



3.69
3.59
3.39
3.38
3.57
3.52
3.48
3.56
3.42
3.43
3.50
3.48


1.164
1,631
1,249


937
1,410
1,049


1,151 1,277
7,842 6,155
16,960 16,360
7,187 6.278
3,645 3,893



1,251 1,117
1,173 1,102
938 907
934 877
1,012 962


869 841
1,200 1,110
998 931
1,053 938
1,013 885
1,015 958
1,131 1.034



680 646
1,046 983
1,260 1,126
1,946 1,774
1,026 1,016
994 1,010
1,132 1.091
1,088 1,019
1,307 1,151
844 815
1,158 1,030
1,035 967
CONTINUED


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TABLE4.--NUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL DELIVERIES, AND
AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER, AUGUST -CON.


MARKETING AREA


NUMBER OF PRODUCERS


PRODUCER DELIVERIES


- 496- 9


L'MAINut
AUG FROM
1969 AUG
1969


AVtKAbt DUIITKMra
PERCENTAGE OF
MIlK nFIIVFRIES


AUG
1970


AVtKAnt URAIL
DELIVERIES
PR DpOnnlir-R


AUG AUG AUG
1969 1970 1969


1.000 LBS.


POUNDS


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

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNCXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANCLE
LUBBCCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

SOUTHERN GROLP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS
NORTH TEXAS
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS
AUSTIN WACC
SAN ANTONIC
CORPUS CHRISTI
SOUTH TEXAS
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

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


PACIFIC
PUGET SOUNC
INLAND EMPIRE
OREGON WASHINGTON
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


3,297
2,210
253
639
6,399


342
1,057
749
496
742
1,323
1,439
4,709



716
153
1,919
495
286
226
3,795


270
1,233
1,846
248
236
338
268
2,292
6,731


1,128
887
48
176
372
2,611


1,764
459
1,262
2,223


20-
9
53-
169-
233-


13
85-
114
179-
122
103-
134
118-



54-
22
211
111
41
58
389


25-
44-
223-
3-
18-
123-
98
1,236
898


60-
1
26-
5-
50
40-


101-
27

74-


123,152
82,890
7,983
26,760
240,785


10,328
4U0909
28,034
16,727
32,299
44,894
96,189
173,191



23,129
4,017
71,150
23,331
9,775
6,191
137,593


17,053
44,657
93,154
14,558
11,620
20,852
15,303
76,232
293,429


61,074
43,333
2,913
44,342
30,023
181,685


122,631
22,707
91,757
145,338


118,072
78,716
9,202
34,341
240,331


10,445
40,380
24,565
24,399
23,943
41,485
83,453
165,217



23,851
3,736
59,001
17,509
9,717
6,205
120,019


17,067
43,158
110,372
14,533
11,923
25,406
12,825
51,761
287,045


60,651
39,322
3,353
40,605
29,373
173,304


112,713
17,154

129,867


4.3
5.3
13.2-
22.1-
.2


1.1-
1.3
14.1
31.4-
34.9
8.2
15.3
4.8



3.0-
7.5
20.6
33.2
.6
.2-
14.6


.1-
3.5
15.6-
.2
2.5-
17.9-
19.3
47.3
2.2


.7
10.2
13.1-
9.2
2.2
4.8


3.44
3.39
3.35
3.29
3.40


3.64
3.58
3.46
3.55
3.66
3.73
3.62
3.62



3.43
3.50
3.38
3.38
3.23
3.38
3.38


3.74
3.78
3.40
3.36
3.34
3.38
3.78
3.49
3.52


3.37
3.52
3.55
3.37
3.37
3.41


8.8 3.69
32.4 3.69
--- 3.81
11.9 3.69


3.47
3.44
3.36
3.36
3.44


3.76
3.58
3.49
3.58
3.72
3.82
3.65
3.66



3.48
3.61
3.41
3.39
3.27
3.38
3.41


3.69
3.85
3.43
3.40
3.33
3.37
3.77
3.52
3.53


3.43
3.48
3.54
3.40
3.40
3.43


1,235
1,210
1,246
1,526
1,214


974
1,248
1,659
1,088
1,404
1,351
2,156
1,186



1,554
1,554
1,196
1,520
2,211
2,912
1,170


2,037
1,168
1,628
1,894
2,137
3,224
2,430
1,646
1,436


1,747
1,576
1,957
8,127
4,336
2,245


3.68 2,243
3.66 1,596
--- 2,345
3.68 2,109


58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/ 134,463


3,193- 4,977,991 4,813,609


5,057,556


3.4 3.51 3.54 1,194 1,12B

5.8 3.52 3.54 1,209 1,131


I/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and Oregon-Washington.


AUG
1970


LHANUt
FROM
AUG
196 f


AUG
1970


--- NUMBER


1,148
1,154
1,198
1,350
1,169


1,024
1,141
1,572
1,166
1,246
1,222
2,063
1,104



1,427
1,427
1,114
1,471
1,279
2,216
1,137


1,866
1i,90
1,721
1,868
2,044
1,778
2,519
1,641
1,587


1,647
1,432
1,462
7,061
4,081
2,109


1,950
1,281

1,824


ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 142,757 1,430- 5,350,927
I--


I I """ ~'~


'"'






TABLs 5.-PROCLCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL
ORDERS, AUGUST
I PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS II GROSS CLASS DELIVERIES


MARKETING AREA


AUG
1970


AUG
1969


LtUOU PrUNUN


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

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

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
EASTERN OHIO-hESTERN PA.
OHIO VALLEY
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

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

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCLP
DULUTH SLPEPIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOLTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDA4 RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNSSOTA NCRTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


171,184
66,612
237,796


420,467
230,612
651,079


29,475
26,702
43,197
40,502
139,876



713
187,453
175,472
162,717
526,355


7,236
270,309
57,410
92,410
42,230
11,641
481,206



7,950
64,393
8,562
2,415
9,614
5,906
16,811
23,247
41,867
16,195
16,095
132,567


174,274
67,511
241,785


440,014
230,756
670,770


26,076
21,388
43,455
33,114
124,033



1,175
187,451
180,444
156,730
525,800


6,965
282,402
58,695
96,041
43,222
10,929
498,254



7,928
62,140
8,583
1,736
12,160
5,891
17,419
22,141
42,642
16,515
14,101
135,015


x USED CHANGE AS X OF
IN CL. I AUG FROM GR. CL. I
AUG AUG 1970 AUG AUG AUG
1970 1969 1969 1970 1969
PERCENT 1,000 LBS PERCENT PERCENT


-- -


CHANGE
FROM
AUG
1969
PERCENT


1.8-
1.3-
1.6-


4.4-
.1-
2.9-


13.0
24.8
.6-
22.3
12.8



39.3-
0
2.8-
3.8
.1


3.5
4.3-
2.2-
3.8-
2.3-
6.5
3.4-



.3
3.6
.2-
39.1
20.9-
.2
3.5-
5.0
1.8-
1.9-
14.1
1.8-


,


175,604
69,718



420,470
238,208



30,922
29,024
43,659
45,711




3,961
188,857
176,706
168,236



7,215
270,530
57 903
93,244
45,813
14,071




7,992
64,678
8,568
2,463
9,629
5,924
17.206
24,490
41,887
17,415
16,809


1.5- 173 169
.8- 133 134



4.4- 195 187
.2- 162 161


18.5
40.9
5.1
31.4




11.1-
.1
3.0-
2.8



.6
5.0-
1.7-
4.5-
.6-
6.8




.8-
4.0
4.8-
41.8
21.3-
.4
1.6-
4.2
1.9-
1.7-
6.9


170 165
228 216
181 150
233 260
106 126
191 162
200 199
170 146
164 145
255 207
225 165

CONTITMED







TABLE SL-,ROOUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I ANO GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL


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

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPFIS
KNOXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI
GEORGIA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCLP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
RED RIVER VALLEY
TEXAS PANHANDLE
LUBBCCK 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 SOUNE
INLAND EMPIRE
OREGON WASHINGTON
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


77,777
48,074
5,196
19,300
150,347


7,494
28,459
23,350
12,777
21,519
28,558
78,473
122,157



18,950
3,426
40,283
11,196
7.124
5,494
86,473


14,506
28,819
70,248
12,220
10,706
18,931
10,368
55,149
220,947


40,643
22,097
2,066
33,872
20,505
119,183


52,668
12,230
49,998
64,898


78,013
50,351
5,229
21,567
155,160


8,214
29,464
21,362
16,406
17,346
25.149
71,225
117,941



19,151
3,242
39,125
9,324
7,206
5,160
83,208


14.352
29,299
80,168
11,990
10,472
18,355
10,628
45,915
221,179


40,929
22,355
2,104
31,977
21,484
118,849


54,252
10,552

64,804


.3-
4.5-
.6-
10.5-
3.1-


8.8-
3.4-
9.3
22.1-
24.0
13.6
10.2
3.6



1.3-
5.7
3.0
20.1
1.1-
6.5
3.9


1.1
1.6-
12.4-
1.9
2.2
3.1
2.4-
20.1
.1-


.7-
1.2-
1.8-
5.9
4.6-
.3


2.9-
15.9

.1


80,951
49,209
6,474
20,252



7,587
28,572
24,397
12,975
21,830
30,378
90,745




19,627
3,431
41,285
11,687
7,201
5,523



15,424
29, 18
71,355
12,240
10,732
24,903
11,725
60,756



43,370
22,138
2,130
33,908
21,591


48 52,752
62 12,314
-- 53,C5
50


58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/ 2,932.884 2,956,798 .8- 59 61 2/3,011,161 -.8 165 159

ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 3,141,843 3,104,264 1.2 59 61 2/3,236,398 1.3 165 158


Preliminary.
1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which
Minneapolia-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa,
2/ May include some duplication due to intermarket transf<


have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes
Georgia, and Oregon-Washington.


1.5
4.4-
4.6
9.7-



12.8-
3.3-
8.6
21.8-
2.1-
12.3
12.5




.4
5.7
2.9
15.8
1.2-
1.7



1.2
1.9-
13.2-
1.2
3.1-
.6-
.2
9.7



.3-
1.0-
1.7-
6.0
1.5-



3.1-
16.4


232 207
184 162
173 --













l.00 POUNDS PERCENT 1.000 POUNDS


NEW ENGLAND
MASS-CHUSETTS-RI-NH 2,474,890 2,426,553 2.0 1,412,405 1,404,450 .6 57 58
CONNECTICUT 781,957 785,572 .5- 567,534 586,268 3.2- 72 75
TOTAL 1/ 3,256,847 3,212,125 1.4 1,979,939 1,990,718 .5- 61 62

MIDDLi ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 7,166,827 7,149,314 .2 3,592,116 3,677,103 2.3- 50 51
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 3,018,391 2,929,325 3.0 1,920,086 1,937,979 .9- 64 66
TOTAL 1/ 10,185,218 10,078,639 1.0 5,512,202 5,615,082 1.8- 54 56

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN 258,546 231,419 11.7 231,063 209,150 10.5 89 90
TAMPA BAY 257,842 238,282 8.2 219,433 195,718 12.1 85 82
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 403,007 388,655 3.7 368,576 355,591 3.6 91 91
UPPED FLORIDA 321,597 308,954 4.1 300,698 279,942 7.4 94 91
TOTAL 1/ 1,240,992 1,167,310 6.3 1,119,770 1,040,401 7.6 90 89

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EAST-RN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 6,597 9,830 32.9- 4,772 7,693 38.0- 72 78
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 2,477,058 2,411,233 2.7 1,591,032 1,565,000 1.7 64 65
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 2,374,735 2,301,269 3.2 1,474,532 1,513,099 2.5- 62 66
OHIO VALLEY 1,897,698 1,846,088 1'2.8 1,330,575 1,327,326 .2 70 72
TOTAL 1/ 6,756,088 6,568,420 2.8 4,400,911 4,413,118 .3- 65 67

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 74,727 74,428 .4 53,662 51,584 4.0 72 69
CHICAGO REGICFAL 5,234,698 4,924,733 6.3 2,264,464 2,374,102 4.6- 43 48
LSVILLE-LXGTCN-EVNSVILLE 707,174 690,337 2.4 489,295 489,319 .0 69 71
INCIANA 1,220,025 1,097,167 11.2 827,061 796,597 3.8 68 73
SCUTHFRN ILLINOIS 596,754 598,156 .2- 348,419 363,098 4.0- 58 61
CENTRAL ILLINCIS 180,186 177,675 1.4 97,691 98,481 .8- 54 55
TOTAL 1/ 8,013,564 7,562,496 6.0 4,080,592 4,173,181 2.2- 51 55

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCLP
DULUTH SLPERIOR 130,880 124,363 5.2 60,997 61,741 1.2- 47 50
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 1,367,970 1,203,237 13.7 541,120 513,234 5.4 40 43
EASTiRN SOLTH DAKOTA 127,312 110,539 15.2 70,326 73,696 4.6- 55 67
BLACK HILLS 38,279 40,467 5.4- 17.103 12,230 39.8 45 30
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 169,810 186,759 9.1- 105,587 136,843 22.8- 62 73
CECAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY 98,499 88,788 10.9 51,181 52,398 2.3- 52 59
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 262,001 280,491 6.6- 136,551 147,356 7.3- 52 52
DES MOINES 327,502 295,384 10.9 195,574 188,495 3.8 60 64
NFBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 561,031 513,306 9.3 357,802 355,911 .5 64 69
MINNESOTA NCRTH CAKOTA 451,706 375,485 20.3 128,297 135,486 5.3- 28 36
S.E. MINN.-NCRTHERN IOWA 311,636 118,005 164.1 132,283 56,356 134.7 42 48
TOTAL 1/ 2,167,020 2,015,582 7.5 1,123,418 1,164,156 3.5- 52 58
CONTINUED


PERCENT






TABLE 6.--PROCLCER MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORCERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I
_JANUARY AUGUST -CON.
PRODUCER DELIVERIES PRODUCER DELIVERIES X USED
USED IN CLASS I IN CL. I
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1970
1970 1969 OVER 197C 1969 OVER 1970 1969
1969 1969
1.000 POUNDS PERCENT 1,000 POUNDS PERCENT PERCENT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROLP
ST LCUIS OLIRKS 1,005,177 932,388 7.8 633,149 616,973 2.6 63 66
KANS.S CITY 686,213 668,683 2.6 417,172 431,662 3.4- 61 64
NEOSHO VALLEY 65,218 76,793 15.1- 43,494 42,789 1.6 67 56
WICHITA 241,711 275,412 12.2- 168,424 180,672 6.8- 70 66
TOTAL 1/ 1,998,319 1,953,276 2.3 1,262,239 1,272,096 .8- 63 65

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 89,096 79,670 11.8 64,742 63,945 1.2 73 80
NASHVILLE 327,932 317,743 3.2 227,500 243,903 6.7- 69 77
MEMPHIS 220,429 207,317 6.3 187,567 182,423 2.8 85 88
KNOXVILLE 140,654 195,257 28.0- 101,391 134,750 24.8- 72 69
CHATTANOOGA 253,721 185,457 36.8 179,367 133,332 34.5 71 72
MISSISSIPPI 376,850 324,440 16.2 240,060 219,635 9.3 64 68
GEORGIA 807,432 425,017 90.0 646,375 379,654 71.2 80 89
TOTAL 1/ 1,408,682 1,309,884 7.5 1,0C0,627 977,988 2.3 71 75

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN CROLP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 187,181 201,634 7.2- 157,862 165,364 4.5- 84 82
FORT SMITH 30,625 29,625 3.4 26,815 25,883 3.6 88 87
OKLAHOMA METRCPOLITAN 518,206 483,900 7.1 320,179 321,255 .3- 62 66
RED RIVER VALLEY 183,478 144,141 27.3 89,998 78,912 14.0 49 55
TEXAS PANHANDLE 80,186 81,194 1.2- 57,395 60,253 4.7- 72 74
LUBBCCK PLAINVIEW 49,765 52,457 5.1- 43,229 44,417 2.7- 87 85
TOTAL 1/ 1,349,441 992,951 5.7 695,478 6960.84 .1- 66 70

SOUTHERN GRCLP
NORTHERN LCUISIANA 145,755 141,742 2.8 121,266 120,117 1.0 83 85
NEW ORLEANS 370,326 354,613 4.4 238,010 224,976 5.8 64 63
NORTH TEXAS 818,785 853,361 4.0- 600,169 611,021 1.8- 73 72
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 113,438 119,351 5.0- 97,093 99,363 2.3- 86 83
AUSTIN WACO 95,674 101,766 6.0- 85,937 90,921 5.5- 90 89
SAN ANTONIC 174,065 216,170 19.5- 148,011 142,877 3.6 85 66
CORPUS CHRISTI 121,971 107,454 13.5 86,450 92,566 6.6- 71 86
SOUTH TEXAS 559,202 413,310 35.3 399,272 364,609 9.5 71 88
TOTAL 1/ 2,399,216 2,307,767 4.0 1,776,208 1,746,450 1.7 74 76

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 481,881 482,106 0 339,053 328,462 3.2 70 68
GREAT BASIN 325,986 304,476 7.1 177,235 177,812 .3- 54 58
WESTERN COLORADO 22,471 26,426 15.0- 16,465 16,166 1.8 73 61
CENTRAL ARIZOhA 383,158 364,529 5.1 290,212 276,689 4.9 76 76
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 230,727 223,553 3.2 165,805 165,478 .2 72 74
TOTAL 1/ 1,444,223 1,401,090 3.1 988,770 964,607 2.5 68 69

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUNC 927,859 859,684 7.9 428,875 436,135 1.7- 46 51
INLAND EMPIRE 169,221 136,764 23.7 96,826 87,835 10.2 57 64
OREGON WASHINGTON 710,957 --- --- 410,864 --- --- 58 --
TOTAL 1/ 1,397,080 996,448 10.1 525,701 523,970 .3 48 52

58-MARKET TOTAL 1/ 41,316,690 39,565,988 3.7 24,465,855 24,577,851 .4- 60 62

ALL-MARKET TOTAL 44,214,685 41,312,247 7.0 26,196,497 25,527,095 2.6 59 62

1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no significant marketing area expansion. Excludes
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and Oregon-Washington.




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


SBasic Fluid Supply- :Other :Class I
Marketing area price : diff. demand : 2/ price

: Dollars per 100 pounds


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

New York-New Jersey
Middle Atlantic

Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida

Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan
Eastern Ohio-Western Pa
Ohio Valley


Michigan 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:


S4.60
4.60
S4.60
4.60
:Uses the
4.60


4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60


0+.27
+.27

+.27
+.27


3/7.31
3/7.31

3/6.97
3/7.11

4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60

4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60


1.35
1.20
1.49
1.47
St. Louis-Ozarks Class
1.39


1.10
1.06
1.50
1.95
1.25
1.30
1.30
1.45
1.60
1.30
1.06


Continued


7.58
7.58

7.24
7.38

6.73
7.35
7.55
7.25

6.09
6.20
6.47
6.30

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


I price
---e


less 7I
---


---


2.13
2.75
2.95
2.65

1.49
1.60
1.87
1.70





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

Basic
: : Fluid : Supply- : Other : Class I
Marketing area price : diff. : demand : 2 : price
1 -/ : : :
: 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


S4.60
S4.60
4.60
4.60

:Uses the
: 4.60
4.60
S4.60
4.60
4,60
4.60

4.60
4.60
4.60
:Uses the
4.60
:Uses the

4.60
4.60
4.60
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
4.60

:4.60
:4.60
:Uses the
4.60
4.60

: 4.60
4.60
4.60


1.60
1.74
1.54
1.80


+0.11*


St. Louis-Ozarks Class I price plus 25
1.58 -
1.94 -
1.70 -0.08 ---
2.15
2.47
2.30 -


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


North
North
North
North


2.47
2.85
2.32
Texas Class I
Texas Class I
Texas Class I
Texas Class I
2.68


I price plus


22C


price plus 10


price
price
price
price


plus 25c
plus 38?
plus 42
plus 75


2.30 0 ---
2.25 -
Eastern Colorado Class I price less 5C
2.52 *
2.35 -


1.85
1.95
1.95


Suspended.
I/ 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.


6.20
6.34
6.25
6.40

6.45
6.18
6.54
6.22
6.75
7.07
6.90

6.54
6.55
6.58
6.80
6.85
7.02

7.07
7.45
6.92
7.17
7.30
7.34
7.67
7.28

6.90
6.85
6.85
7.12
6.95

6.45
6.55
6.55


---


---





TBPLE 8.-WHuLZ FILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
n-FINE-) BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE,.JIL 1970 WITH COMPARISONS I/

WHOLE MILK 2/ SKIM MILK ITEMS 3/ MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

JULY CHANGE 1970 JULY CHANGE 1970 JULY CHANGE 1970
MARK. TING APEA 1973 FRCM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT JULY ro 4VG FAT JULY TO AVG FAT JULY TO
CONTENT DATE CONTTE TT I DATE CONTENT DAT


1,000
LB.


PERCENT


1,003
LB.


PERCENT


1,000
LB.


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 GROLP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
NORTHWESTERN CHIO
E. OHIO W. PA. 4/
COLUMBUS
MIAMI VALLEY
CINCINNATI

WESTERN GROLP
MICH. UPPFR PENINSULA
CHICAGO REGIONAL
LOUIS.-LEX.-EVANS
INOIANA
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINCIS

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 5/
FASTER SOLTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA


4,835 3.52 0.4 2.0 630.5 1.11 14.3 21.5 19.0 11.3 3.2 0.8
1,928 3.43 2.2 2.7 265.9 1.27 11.7 12.8 21.9 10.5 9.3 8.2


2,747 3.35 4.1 4.2 355.6 1.CO 6.6 7.5 30.8 11.0 2.0 1.6


1,144
1,482
885
304
870
1,194
1,120



4,528
823
4,709
776
488
882


235
5,733
1,198
2,104
919
258



117
970
143
58
250
98
300
309
868
313


3.54
3.54
3.49
3.51
3.53
3.66
3.42



3.48
3.50
3.57
3.49
3.49
3.49


3.49
3.37
3.35
3.36
3.23
3.23



3.33
3.28
3.29
3.31
3.46
3.38
3.32
3.59
3.31
3.29


- 4.5 -
5.3
5.1
7.6
10.2
1.7
8.1



- 1.0 -
2.2 -
- 1.9 -
3.2 -
- 3.8 -
4.6


3.5 -
- 6.7 -
.8-
2.7 -
- 1.9 -
- 9.3 -



- 5.5 -
- 6.6 -
- 2.1 -
- 3.4 -
0 -
1.0
- 4.0 -
- 7.4 -
2.0 -
.4-


1.5 131.1
2.2 251.1
4.1 144.3
1.9 68.8
6.6 138.8
4.1 230.3
2.3 155.1



4.8 1,144.1
.5 273.8
3.6 970.5
.3 144.8
7.3 245.4
4.5 276.2


.1 62.6
7.1 1,734.7
2.6 371.8
1.3 1,116.7
4.9 450.1
8.7 137.6



8.7 59.9
8.0 913.4
2.9 118.5
5.1 30.2
2.2 148.1
0 55.1
4.1 137.4
5.8 186.3
3.6 365.1
4.1 156.8


1.13
1.17
1.45
1.C4
1.06
1.02
1.07



1.29
1.57
1.54
1.43
1.68
1.57


1.57
1.67
1.65
1.76
1.82
1.69



1.54
1.58
1.74
1.81
1.69
1.23
1.42
1.58
1.59
1.53


- 2.7
12.4
16.7
23.2
- 7.8
3.8
- 7.0



14.2
12.6
5.7
4.9
9.6
9.9


17.6
2.6
12.9
11.9
9.1
7.1



4.8
13.2
13.7
12.8
8.3
6.5
9.8
17.0
11.4
15.6


.5
7.7
16.7
18.8
.7
6.7
1.3



18.9
18.2
4.9
3.3
4.9
10.1


26.2
9.1
13.2
11.3
5.1
9.1



13.7
9.8
10.7
13.0
8.9
7.7
8.2
12.9
10.0
12.2


12.6
26.7
4.3
1.1
8.6
23.6
6.8



85.3
11.2
57.1
8.0
6.4
10.8


4.2
130.6
13.6
35.7
20.0
6.9



2.4
28.2
4.8
1.3
5.9
2.2
6.7
8.7
22.2
8.0


11.8
12.1
11.6
11.9
11.0
10.8
11.1



10.6
11.0
10.9
10.8
10.6
10.8


11.7
11.6
11.6
11.4
11.0
10.9



11.7
10.6
11.0
12.8
11.6
11.5
11.8
12.6
11.2
11.3


- 3.6
.7
- 22.6
.6
- 2.0
8.4
13.7



- 6.6
- 12.6
- 6.0
- 11.2
- 6.0
1.5


- 1.6
- 17.8
.8
- 2.6
- 4.0
- 13.1


3.4
9.5
12.9
2.7
2.0
1.9
4.7



8.8
5.6
9.8
15.1
9.9
1.6


3.0
11.9
7.0
7.6
10.2
5.4


- 6.3 7.2
- 5.4 4.3
1.6 .4
- 5.9 6.6
- 7.0 7.2
- 9.6 4.3
- 8.7 6.8
- 7.9 9.9
- 6.8 9.3
.5 2.0
CONTINUED





TABLE 6.-WHOLE VILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AkEA
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, JULY 1970 WITH COMPARISONS I/ -CON.

CREAM TOTAL FLUID

MARKETING AREA CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
JULY 1970 FROM 1969 JULY 1970 FROM 1969
DAILY BUTTERFA JULY YEAR T3 DAILY BUTTERFAT JULY YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE
1,003 LB. PERCENT 1,000 LB. P_RCNT

NEW ENGLAND -CON.
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 129.7 21.1 0.2 2.6 5,615 3.68 1.8 0.1
CONNECTICUT 27.1 25.4 6.8 10.5 2,243 3.51 .7 1.1

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
DELAWARE VALLEY 19.6 22.2 28.9 32.6 3,153 3.28 3.2 3.3

SOUTH ATLANTIC
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 2.7 24.2 20.5 15.2 1,291 3.42 4.4 1.3
WASHINGTOND.C. 15.0 21.7 4.6 18.3 1,775 3.49 6.1 2.5
TRI-STATE .8 19.2 50.3 1.7 1,035 3.25 6.5 5.6
APPALACHIAN .5 21.6 35.7 12.8 375 3.10 10.2 4.4
TAMPA BAY 4.1 26.1 10.6 .2 1,021 3.35 7.3 5.6
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 13.3 22.8 -1.9 10.3 1,459 3.50 2.1 4.2
UPPER FLORIDA 3.2 24.5 2.0 13.0 1,286 3.23 6.1 2.2

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROLP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 43.3 19.4 1.5 1.3 5,800 3.27 1.6 1.0
NORTHWESTERN CHIO 2.6 20.2 1.0 12.5 1,111 3.14 4.4 3.4
E. OHIO k. PA. 4/ 37.2 19.2 -1.3 4.2 5,774 3.34 .8 2.4
COLUMBUS 2.4 19.4 25.7 18.8 931 3.27 3.2 0
MIAMI VALLEY 2.1 21.8 7.3 6.9 742 3.00 .2 3.9
CINCINNATI 3.3 22.8 11.1 5.3 1,172 3.16 5.7 5.7

WESTERN GROLP
MICH. UPPER PENINSULA 1.4 24.3 8.8 1.0 304 3.31 6.. 4.4
CHICAGO REGIONAL 54.3 20.2 6.7 5.8 7,653 3.25 5.0 4.0
LOUIS.-LEX.-EbANS 3.9 23.7 5.8 8.0 1,587 3.07 2.1 .4
INDIANA 15.7 18.9 8.9 5.6 3,272 2.97 5.7 2.5
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 5.7 19.2 15.6 2.1 1,395 2.93 1.4 2.2
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 2.3 15.5 11.0 31.2 405 2.91 4.3 3.5

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCUP
DULUTH SLPERIOR 1.7 26.4 1.3 1.3 181 3.07 2.3 2.1
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 5/ 19.9 25.3 1.7 .5 1,932 2.81 1.9 .8
EASTERN SOLTH DAKOTA ~ 1.8 24.3 15.5 5.1 268 2.88 4.5 2.4
BLACK HILLS .7 23.4 35.9 30.2 90 3.11 1.7 .6
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 1.2 24.7 12.5 5.5 4G6 3.00 2.7 1.3
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY .6 22.1 9.7 8.0 156 2.81 2.8 2.5
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE 1.8 21.5 4.9 2.8 446 2.94 .2 .9
DES MOINES 2.8 23.2 6.8 1.6 507 3.11 .4 .3
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA 6.7 21.5 2.3 .9 1,262 3.05 4.4 .3
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA 7.2 28.8 4.4 2.2 485 3.23 4.2 .5
CONTINUED




TABLE8.-MHOLE PILK, 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 AVAILABLE, JULY 1970 WITH COMPARISOS I/ -C0I.

WHOLE MILK 2/ SKIM MILK ITEMS 3/ MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES

JULY CHANGE 1970 JULY CHANGE 1970 JULY CHANGE 1970
MARKETING AREA 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT JULY TO AVG FAT JULY TO AVG FAT JULY TO
___CONTENT DATE CONTEST DATE CONTENT DATS
1,000 1,000 1,000
L. PERiCENT L. PERCENT LPFRCFNT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GRCUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 1,114 3.28 6.3 6.9 537.0 1.77 12.9 8.0 17.0 11.5 8.8 6.0
KANSAS CITY 949 3.30 1.3 3.0 397.1 1.67 6.3 5.8 18.3 11.1 8.0 10.0
NEOSHO VALLEY 157 3.32 .8 1.8 45.7 1.62 14.4 10.5 3.0 11.5 12.2 12.1
WICHITA 323 3.28 4.6 5.5 142.0 1.73 3.6 1.2 7.9 10.6 7.3 11.2

EAST SOUTH CENjTRAL
PADUCAH 182 3.41 3.8 2.5 32.5 1.35 2.6 1.4 1.1 12.8 22.5 18.4
NASHVILLE 755 3.49 4.4 1.8 161.4 .91 1.8 2.3 4.3 12.3 1.0 4.8
MEMPHIS 464 3.51 1.3 2.2 104.3 1.19 1.1 5.4 4.4 12.1 4.0 12.7
KNOXVILLE 368 3.69 5.3 7.2 172.6 1.46 21.4 23.2 1.9 12.0 4.1 8.3
CHATTANOOGA 365 3.80 2.5 .6 136.8 1.35 3.2 5.5 1.5 12.0 2.2 4.7
MISSISSIPPI 5/ 768 3.80 2.3 2.4 150.8 1.50 3.1 8.6 6.3 11.8 9.1 .4

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 409 3.38 4.2 0 85.5 1.44 9.0 6.4 3.6 12.0 1.6 1.5
OKLAHOMA METRCPOLITAN 791 3.34 2.4 .5 177.5 1.55 22.3 23.5 9.8 11.3 5.1 3.3
RED RIVER %ALLEY 283 3.35 3.7 1.4 53.1 1.49 8.8 7.3 2.2 11.1 3.8 6.3
TCXAS PANHANDLF 191 3.32 .8 2.0 36.4 1.57 3.1 1.7 2.4 11.4 2.1 4.1
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 163 3.36 1.9 .9 31.3 1.63 8.0 10.9 1.6 11.4 11.6 7.2

SOUTHE;PN GRCUP
NORTHERN LCUISIANA 282 3.79 .2 .6 59.3 1.56 .1 3.8 1.7 11.5 .2 1.3
NFr ORLEANS 590 3.83 1.1 .5 101.2 1.59 4.6 10.5 6.3 12.1 2.9 4.6
NORTH TEXAS 1.553 3.36 1.0 1.5 444.3 1.49 3.3 4.0 19.1 11.3 .3 5.4
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 256 3.32 2.8 3.9 92.0 1.65 7.1 6.9 3.4 11.9 5.2 7.7
AIUSTIr WACO 384 3.35 1.4 1.5 86.2 1.19 3.1 2.2 3.9 12.0 3.2 3.7
SAN ANTONIC 469 3.37 3.2 .1 43.4 .99 5.8 5.3 3.4 11.3 6.3 7.9
CORPUS CHRISTI 308 3.47 1.4 .3 41.7 1.50 7.4 1.6 3.0 11.5 2.4 1.2
SlUTH TEXAS 1,293 3.64 2.1 2.8 461.6 1.68 3.3 2.7 9.7 11.1 27.3 8.5

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 912 3.33 .5 1.7 385.9 1.69 20.6 20.3 19.4 12.1 1.7 4.1
GREAT BASIN 376 3.43 10.7 9.7 307.8 1.81 7.9 3.1 6.2 12.5 4.2 5.0
CENTRaL ARIZONA 816 3.46 8.9 11.9 222.4 1.29 3.8 16.0 10.8 10.8 2.8 1.6
RIO GkANDE VALLEY 728 3.49 .6 .1 113.0 1.66 4.5 10.7 7.8 11.8 11.6 7.0

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 966 3.49 8.6 6.8 635.2 1.80 11.4 13.0 24.4 11.9 3.6 5.4
INLAND EMPIRE 163 3.51 12.0 1.5 145.6 1.87 10.1 10.9 5.3 11.6 .4 .8

COMBINED AREAS (61) 58,969 3.45 .9 2.4 16,874.5 1.53 8.1 8.9 845.4 11.3 6.4 7.0

N; W YO-.K-NEW JERSEY 6/ --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
SeirrlNW





TABLES.-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, PILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, JULY 1978.1t 'L UM SaS 1-q/ 1c .

CREAM TOTAL FLUID

CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
MARKETIG AREA JY 1970 FROM 1969 JULY 1970 FROM 1969
DAILY BUTTERFAT JULY YEAR TO DAILY BUTTERFAT JULY YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE
1,000 LB. r~ERCENT 1,000 LB. PERCENT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GRCUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 10.7 18.8 13.5 19.7 1,679 2.98 0.8 2.8
KANSAS CITY 6.4 23.5 3.8 1.1 1,370 3.03 .7 .8
NEOSHO VALLEY .7 22.6 19.5 8.3 207 3.12 3.3 .4
WICHITA 2.2 24.7 19.1 7.9 475 3.04 4.3 4.4

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH .7 22.5 25.8 15.5 216 3.21 3.7 2.4
NASHVILLE 2.1 27.1 4.1 .3 922 3.13 3.9 1.9
MEMPHIS 2.5 24.3 5.9 4.2 576 3.24 .9 2.6
KNOXVILLE 1.0 23.3 10.1 1.9 543 3.05 1." .1
CHATTANOOGA 1.0 27.1 3.5 .2 504 3.21 2.7 1.9
MISSISSIPPI 5/ 2.9 24.7 15.8 6.5 928 3.55 2.5 3.3

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GRCUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1.9 25.1 61.4 46.5 500 3.20 5.1 1.1
OKLAHOMA METRCPOLITAN 3.2 22.8 13.5 .4 982 3.16 5.5 2.9
RED RIVER VALLEY 1.5 20.5 57.9 34.0 340 3.18 4.4 2.3
TEXAS PANHANDLE 1.1 26.8 3.9 9.7 230 3.24 .1 1.5
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 1.1 29.4 12.2 15.2 197 3.30 .2 2.8

SOUTHERN GRCUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 1.2 24.9 3.4 1.6 344 3.52 .2 .1
NEW ORLEANS 1.9 24.5 7.0 1.1 699 3.64 1.6 1.7
NORTH TEXAS 11.9 25.8 .1 1.4 2,029 3.16 0 .2
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 1.4 27.8 5.7 5.2 353 3.06 4.0 4.7
AUSTIN WACO 1.7 27.0 10.5 4.5 476 3.11 .6 .9
SAN ANTONIO .9 21.7 25.2 19.5 516 3.25 3.5 .6
CORPUS CHRISTI 1.2 22.8 18.9 2.6 354 3.37 2.1 .1
SOUTH TEXAS 3.7 24.0 5.2 18.3 1,768 3.21 2.2 2.7

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 8.9 23.2 9.9 5.7 1,327 3.12 4.9 3.5
GREAT BASIN 4.5 30.8 18.4 7.8 695 2.97 3.3 4.8
CENTRAL ARIZONA 5.8 21.1 19.3 12.9 1,055 3.17 5.9 4.9
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 3.8 23.5 10.6 5.8 852 3.42 0 1.2

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 13.7 27.6 4.0 1.0 1,640 3.16 1.6 .3
INLAND EMPIRE 2.7 28.2 6.9 8.3 317 3.10 2.7 3.8

COMBINED AREAS (61) 534.1 22.0 .9 4.2 77,223 3.24 .9 .3

NEW YORK-NEk JERSEY 6/ -- -- --- --- 14,168 -- .9 1.8

1/ Sales routes of handlers may extend outside defined marketing areas. In some cases, such handler in-area sales are partially
estimated.
2/ Plain, flavored, and fluid equivalent of concentrated.
3/ Plain, fortified, and flavored skim and part skim milk, buttermilk, and cultured specialties.
4/ Sales represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The May 1, 1969 amendment merged the Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania
and Clarksburg markets.)
5/ Sales for marketing area as defined after the 1969 amendment.
6/ Small amount of sales estimated.













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


:January : February March April
SChange 1970 Change 1970 :Change 1970 Change 1970
t Dail : from 1969 D y from 1969 : D y from 1969 aiy from 1969
oetv aver age to avly .-Year- Daily
Item aiy Year : D :Year y Year Year
average : Jan. : to average Feb. : to average March : to average April : to
:: date : : date : date : : date
1,000 b. : Percent : 1,000 Ib. Percent 1,000 lb. Percent 1,000 lb : Percent

Whole milk 2/ : 67,113.4 :- 2.0 : 2.0 : 65,247.9 : 3.2 : 2.5 : 63,217.5 : 4.0 : 3.1 : 64,124.3 1.6 :- 2.7
Flavored whole milk : 2,617.9 + .3 : + .3 : 2,794.3 : + 1.9 : + 1.1 : 2t498.7 : 4.4 : .8 : 2 780.6 : + 88 : 1 6


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


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


: 18,075.5


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


: +13.2 : +13.2 :


908.9 : 5.8 : 5.8 :


68,042.2 : 3.0 : 2.4 :


2,773.9 : +20.0 : +19.8 :
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 : 8.3 : 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


17,651.5


- 5.0
+ 7.8
- 2.7
+33.5
- 4.7


- 2.9
+ 8.8
- 2.5
+47.5
- 5.6


: + 7.7 : +10.2 :


892.8 : 7.6 : 7.2 :


66,904.9


: 1.2 : 2.5


2,997.4 : +30.4 : +23.0
8,820.5 : +11.9 : +12.9


963.2
2,656.5
1,731.6
134.0
758.3


18,061.6


- 4.2
- 1.7
0
+39.7
+ 1.1


- 3.2
+ 6.1
- 1.9
+45.1
- 4.0


: + 9.7 : +10.0


890.2 : 7.2 : 7.4


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


523.7 : 7.5 : 5.6 :


87,297.4 : .7 :+ .1 :


566.1 : + .9 : 3.4 :


84,846.4 : 1.8 : .6 :


530.0 : 9.1 : 4.8


86,387.2 : + .8 .3


149.2
118.4
249.2


-15.2
- 6.3
+ 5.9


-15.2
- 6.3
+ 5.9


148.1
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
+ 4.6


144.5
136.3
249.2


-17.4
-15.5
+ 1.0


-16.1
- 5.5
+ 3.7


,
.













Table 9.--Daily average


sales of individual fluid milk products, selected Federal order markets, January 1970 to date, with comparisons 1/
-Con-


: May June July August
: Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970
: from 1969 from 1969 from 1969 from 1969
Item : Daily : : Year : Daily : : Year : Daily Year Daily : Year
:average : May to :average : June : to :average : July : to average : Aug. : to
S: date :: date :: date : : date
000 lb. : Percent : 000 lb. Percent : 1000 b. : Percent 1000 lb. : Percent

Whole milk 2j 60,657.5 :- 5.8 : 3.3 : 58,299.6 : + 0.7 : 2.7 : 57,613. : 0.9 : 2.5 :
Flavored whole milk : 2,515.6 :- .6 : + 1.2 : 1,532.6 :+ .5 : + 1. : 1,355.7 3.2 : + .8 :


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


: 63,173.1 : 5.6 : 3.2 :


: 2,742.0 : +21.7 : +22.7 :
: 8,342.5 : + 5.2 : +11.3 :


917.6
2,602.8
1,717.8
120.9
705.2


- 3.6
- 5.6
- 3.5
+15.0
- 5.2


- 3.3
+ 3.6
- 2.2
+37.2
- 4.2


17,148.9 : + 3.8 : + 8.7 :

870.7 : -10.3 : 8.0:


59.332.3 : + .6 : 2.6 :


2,771.9 : +24.5 : +23.0 :
8,456.7 : +14.3 : +11.8 :


336.2
2,493.7
1,754.1
113.0
735.0


+ 2.9
- 3.9
+ 1.1
+13.8
+ .2


- 1.5
+ 2.3
- 1.6
+32.7
- 3.5


17,227.6 : +10.3 : + 9.0 :

898.7 : 2. : 7.1 :


58,968.7 : .9 : 2.4 :


2,802.9 : +20.8 : +22.7 :
8,223.9 : +11.5 : +11.8 :


826.3
2,460.6
1,727.0
101.1
732.7


- 2.4
.5
- 1.9
+13.4
- 1.7


- 1.7
+ 1.9
- 1.6
+29.8
- 3.2


16,874.5 : + 8.1 : + 8.9 :

845.4 : 6.4 : 7.0 :


Light cream
Heavy cream
Sour cream


Total cream items

Total fluid milk and
cream


: 536.8 : -10.4 : 6.0 :


81,730.2 :


- 3.9 : 1.0 :


577.1 : + 1.8 : 4.7 :


78,536.0 : + 2.6 : .4 :


534.1 : .9 4.2 :


77,223.2 : + .9 .3 :


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


142.8
149.1
244.9


-19.4 :
-12.2 :
- 2.8:


-16.8
- 7.1
+ 2.3


146.2
154.7
276.1


-10.0
- 1.9
+ 9.2


-15.7
- 5.5
+ 3.5


135.4
138.2
260.5


-13.4
+ 1.8
+ 5.5


-15.4
- 4.5
- 3.8






Table 10.--Percentage 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
Manufactured dairy : u e
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 :42.8 41.2 41.2 40.5 38.7 :36.2
Cheese 16.2 11.9 17.1 12.6 18.0 14.0 :18.8 15.5 19.8 16.5 :19.2 : 17.0
Frozen desserts and
Condensed whole milk 28.5 31.8 28.7 32.9 29.4 :32.2 :28.3 32.2 28.0 31.4 31.5 :35.4
Cottage cheese 4.7 4.5 5.0 4.9 4.8 : 5.0 : 4.6 4.6 : 4.3 4.3 4.4 : 4.2
Other factory products 2/ : 6.0 5.9 5.7 5.9 6.8 : 6.3 : 5.5 6.5 : 6.7 7.3 : 6.2 : 7.2

Total 100.0 100.0 1 00.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 1 00.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0











SJuly August September October November December
Manufactured dairy
products 16 1970 1969
products 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
Percent

Butter 33.8 32.0
Cheese 19.4 14.9
frozen desserts and
condensed whole milk 36.9 :41.9
Cottage cheese 4.5 : 4.7
Other factory products / : 5.4 : 6.5

Total :100.0 100.0


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, August j/

Base price Excess price Base price Excess price
Marketing area August : August Marketing area August August
: 1970 : 1969 : 1970 : 1969 :: : 1970 : 1969 : 1970 : 1969
Dollars per 100 lb. :: Dollars per 100 lb.

Appalachian :: Mississippi
Central Arkansas :: Nashville
Chattanooga :: New Orleans
Fort Smith :Oregon-Washington :5.89 --- 4.61 --
Georgia :6.61 --- 4.61 -- Puget Sound 2/ : 6.16 5.94 4.70 4.37
Kansas City : :: Southern Michigan 5.68 5.45 4.61 4.26
Memphis


1/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported.
2/ Class I base plan.




Table 12.--Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal milk orders, August

Marketing area August Marketing area August
Marketing1970 1969 Marketing area 1970 969
Dol per 100 lb. : Dol. per 100 lb.

Central Arizona --- 0.17 :: Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H. 0.24 0.24
Central Illinois : : Nebraska-Western Iowa
Connecticut : 0.35 .35 :: New York-New Jersey .27 .26
Eastern South Dakota :: Ohio Valley
Indiana : :: Paducah
Inland Empire : :: St. Louis-Ozarks
Louisville-Lexington- :: Southern Illinois
Evansville








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

June 1970 :: July 1970 :: August 1970
Product Composition : :: :
:Mkts. :Handlers: Volume :: Mkts. :Handlers: Volume :: Mkts. :Handlers: Volume

Number : 1000 lb.:: Number : 1,000 b.:: Number : 1,000 lb.

Filled milk:
Nondairy fat and:
Fluid skim milk : 14 37 2,810 :: 14 36 2,790 :: 13 35 2,715
Nonfat dry milk : 4 4 49 :: 4 4 43 :: 4 4 41

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

Total 18* 44 2,859 18* 43 2,833 3/18 42 2,756
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, Corpus Christi, Duluth-Superior, Eastern Ohio-
Western Pennsylvania, Middle Atlantic, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota-North Dakota, New Orleans, New York-
New Jersey, Ohio Valley, Oklahoma Metropolitan, Oregon-Washington, Red River Valley, San Antonio,
Southern Illinois, and Tampa 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
: :: CHEDDAR, :: NONFAT DRY MILK,
BUTTER :: CHEESE :: SPRAY
: : :: Wis. primary :: Chicago area
Month : Chicago New York : markets : plant 2/
92-Score : 93(92)-Score :: 92-92-Score 2-Score 1/ : 93-Score :::
:Change : :Change :: :Change : :Change : :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 : 40.05
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 : 69.85 : +2.21 : 69.85 : +2.21 :: 70.75 : +2.34 : 70.75 : +2.34 : 70.75 : +2.00 :: 53.18 : +1.96 :: 26.84 : +3.81
June : 69.81 : +2.17 : 69.81 : +2.17 :: 70.74 : +2.29 : 70.74 : +2.35 : 70.75 : +2.00 :: 53.25 : +1.75 : 26.77 : +3.79
July : 69.80 : +2.16 : 69.80 : +2.16 :: 70.75 : +2.12 : 70.75 : +2.24 : 70.80 : +1.95 :: 53.25 :+1.75 :: 27.02 : +4.06
August : 69.80 : +2.00 : 69.80 : +1.89 :: 70.85 : +2.05 : 70.79 : +2.00 : 71.02 : +1.85 :: 53.25 : +1.75 :: 26.85 : +3.84
September : : : : : : : : :
October : : : : : : :: : :
November : : : : :: : : : :
December : : : :: :: : : : : : :


: Prices paid for manufacturing grade milk. 3.5% butterfat content
: :: Local plants
.U. S. manufacturing Minn.-Wis. Manuf. Butter-powder : as listed in
Month plants 3/ grade milk 4/ "Snubber" 5/ Appalachian
:Change : Change :Change :: : Change
:1970 : from 1969 : 1970 : from 1969 : 1970 : from 1969 :: 1970 : from 1969
Dollars per 100 lb. f.o.b. plant

January :4.53 : 40.37 :4.67 : +0.40 :4.25 : +0.06 :: 3.81 : +0.16
February :4.54 : + .38 : 4.63 : + .40 :4.26 : + .07 :: 3.76 : + .11
March : 4.53 : + .35 : 4.58 : + .30 : 4.27 : + .07 :: 3.71 : + .06
April : 4.48 : + .26 : 4.60 : + .26 : 4.58 : + .33 :: 3.67 : + .03
May :4.50 : + .28 : 4.58 : + .21 : 4.65 : + .40 :: 3.65 : + .01
June : 4.49 : + .22 : 4.61 : + .22 :4.65 : + .40 :: 3.65 + .01
July : 4.51 : + .23 : 4.60 : + .19 : 4.67 : + .43 :: 3.65 +0
August :4.50 : + .21 4.61 : + .19 :4.65 : + .40 :: 3.65 :+ .01
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.










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

Al mi Milk eligible :Paid by dealers ::
All milk e : Manufacturing Paid farmers for milk used in:
h olel 2/ : for fluid :for milk used in : __ __
wholesale : market 2/ :fluid products 3/: grade milk 2/ 4/American Ivaporated
Month :: : : : : :: Butter 4/ cheese ,/ : ~Ik 5/
: Change : Change Change : .Change :: :Change : : Change : : Change
1970* from 1970* from 1970* from 1970* .from :: 1970* : from : 1970* : from : 1970* : from
1969** : 1969** :: 1969** : .1969* :: : 1969**: : 1969**: : 1969**
Dollars per 100 pounds :Dollars per 100 pounds

Jan. 5.57 : +0.29 : 5.97 : +0.23 : 6.91 : +0.29 : 4.52 : +0.37 :: 4.44 : +0.26 : 4.65 : +0.49 : 4.30 : +0.26

Feb. : 5.53 : + .26 : 5.94 : + .22 : 6.93 : + .31 : 4.54 : + .39 4.44 : + .26 : 4.60 : + .43 : 4.31 : + .24

Mar. : 5.43 : + .25 : 5.83 : + .20 : 6.89 : + .26 : 4.52 : + .35 :: 4.43 : + .24 : 4.56 : + .31 : 4.31 : + .21

Apr. : 5.35 : + ,25 : 5.71 : +. 21 : 6.88 : + .26 : 4.48 : + .27 :: 4.46 : + .23 : 4.47 : + .22 : 4.32 : + .22

May :5.34 : + .28 : 5.72 : + .26 : 6.89 : + .24 : 4.49 : + .28 :: 4.49 : + .24 : 4.48 : + .22 : 4.30 : + .18

June 5.26 : + .22 : 5.61 : + .17 : 6.88 : + .23 : 4.49 + .23 4.46 : + .19 : 4.48 : + .19 4.27 + .13

July :5.42 : + .26 : 5.80 : + .21 : 6.90 : + .23 : 4.51 : + .23 :: 4.46 : + .19 : 4.48 : + .19 : 4.26 : + .14

Aug. : .55 : + .24 : .95 : + .19 : 6.90 : + .19 : 4.50 : + .22:: 4.49 : + .22 : 4.49 : + .18 : 4.26 : + .15

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

Oct. : : : : : : : : ::

Nov.: : : : : ::


Av.

* Preliminary. ** Based on partially revised data.
1/ Converted by using Chicago 92-score butter times 0.120.
2/ "Agricultural Prices," SRS.
3/ 3.5% price as reported in the "Fluid Milk and Cream Report," SRS.
4/ "Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and Cheese Plants," SRS.
5/ "Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS.





Table 16.--Retail prices paid by consumers for dairy products, United States, January 197U to date,
with comparisons
: Milk :: : Cheese
S25-city average :: Ice cream American Butter 2/
Month : At stores :Delivered :: (prepackaged) / A: process 2/ :
S1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
:Cents per 4 gal. :Cents per 1 gal. ::Cents per 4 gal. : Cents per 4 lb. 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 :: 83.6 :79.3 : 50.3 : 46.0 : 86.0 : 84.1
May 57.1 :53.9 :64.8 :61.3 :: 84.1 : 80.7 :50.3 : 46.8 : 86.6 : 84.4
June :57.1 :54.1 : 64.9 :61.3 :: 84.5 :81.5 : 50.3 : 46.9 : 86.7 : 84.3
July :57.3 :54.8 :64.7 :61.9 : 85.0 : 80.8 50.5 :47.3 : 86.9 : 84.4
August 57.2* : 54.7 : 65.0 : 62.1 :: 85.4 : 81.2 :50.6 47.5 : 87.0 :84.4
September :57.5 :54.9 :64.8 : 62.7 :
October ::
November :
December :

/ "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.
_/ "Retail Food Prices," BLS.
Revised.


Table 17.--Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk, 25 cities,
September 1970, with comparisons, I/

: Prices at stores :: Prices delivered to homes
Market : Sept. : Sept. : Aug. : Sept. :: Sept. : Sept. : Aug. : Sept.
: 1968 : 1969 : 1970 : 1970 :: 1968 :1969 : 1970 : 1970
Cents per half-gallon

Boston, Mass. 47-52 :52-56 :55-58 :55-58 : 59-65 :63-68 : 66-72 : 66-72
Hartford, Conn. : 52-54 : 56 :54-59 :54-59 : 62-71: 70-71 : 67-73 : 67-73
New York, Metro., N.Y.2/: 43-60 :50-60 :52-62 : 52-63 :: 52-58 : 55-61 :58-62 :58-62
Philadelphia, Pa. 59 62 63 : 66 :: 63-67 : 71-76 : 75 :70-77
Pittsburgh, Pa. : 58 58 : 61 : 61 : 62 : 62 65 65
Cleveland, Ohio 48-54 51 53-57 53-54 :: 59-62: 62 : 64 64
Indianapolis, Ind. : 48 51 : 54 : 54 :: 62 : 64 : 67 : 67
Chicago, Ill. : 60 :60-64 :55-58 :55-58 :: 58-66 : 60-70 :62-72 : 62-72
Detroit, Mich. 51-53 : 53-55 55 :49-55 60 62 : 62 : 62
Milwaukee, Wis. : 43-49 51-53 :47-50 :47-50 :: 54-55 : 56-58 : 55-58 : 55-58

Mpls.-St. Paul, Minn. : 41 : 40 49 : 49 :: 51 : 55 : 58 : 58
Kansas City, Mo. : 49-51 :53-55 :57-59 :57-59 :: 58 : 62 : 61 : 61
Omaha, Nebr. : 49 :48-51 : 52-59 : 52-59 :: 51 : 54 58 : 58
Baltimore, Md. : 55 57 :58-72 : 60-72 :: 65-67 : 67-69 : 73 : 73
Washington, D. C. : 53 :55-57 : 59-66* : 59-66 :: 66-68 : 71 : 74-78 :74-78
Jacksonville, Fla. 65 :50-69 : 53-69 : 63-69 :: 64 66 : 69 69
Louisville, Ky. : 52 55-59 :56-57 : 57-61 :: 59 :62-64 : 62-65 : 62-67
New Orleans, La. : 61 63 : 63 : 63 :: 62 64 65 65
Dallas, Texas :60-61 :61-62 : 63-64 :59-64 :: 62-63 :64-65 : 65-66 :65-66
Denver, Colo. :45-47 49-51 : 54-56 : 54-56 :: 48-55 : 55-57 : 62 : 62

Salt Lake City, Utah : 55 : 55 59 : 61 :: 53 : 56 :58-59 : 59
Seattle, Wash. : 49-57 51-60 :54-63 :54-63 :: 49-65 : 53-61 :61-70 : 56-64
Portland, Oreg. : 56-62 :53-62 : 55 : 55 :: 67 67 : 65 : 66
Los Angeles, Calif. : 48 : 50 : 52 52 :: 60 : 63 : 64 : 65
San Francisco, Calif. : 51 : 51 : 54 : 54 :: 3/56i : 3161 : 65 : 65
25 Cities average 53.1 54.9 57.2* 57.5 : 59.8 62.7 65.0 64.8
j/ "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/ New York Metropolitan: New York City plus Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties.
3/ Includes 3-cent delivery charge for first unit of each home delivery.
Revised.






Table 18.--U.S. production. January 1970 to date, with comparisons
S Milk 1/ Butter 2/ : American cheese 2/ : Nonfat dry milk 3/
S: Change :Change :: Change : Change
Month 1970* : from 1970* :from 1970* : from 1970* :from
S: 1969 : : 1969 : 1969 : : 1969
:Bil. lb.: Pct. Mil. lb. Pct. : Mil. b. P lb. : Pct.

Jan. : 9.4 : 0 99.9 : -6 : 107.6 : +21 : 102.5 : -13
Feb. 8.8 : + .5 : 93.0 : -3 :103.0 : +21 :106.8 5
Mar. 10.1 : + .9 :105.6 : +2 :120.4 : +21 :132.2 : + 1
Apr. :10.3 : + .6 :109.1 : 0 130.9 +17 148.4 : + 2
May :11.0 : .1 116.7 : -1 149.3 : +11 :185.7 : + 5
June :10.8 :- .1 112.4 : +1 :150.0 + 7 :179.9 : + 5
July 10.2 + .2 : 92.5 : -1 : 136.6 : +12 :152.3 : +11
Aug. 9.7 : + .6 : 81.1 +5 :120.6 -12 :124.5 :+11
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec. :
Year to 80.3 + .3 810.1 -11 1,018.4 +14 1,132.3 + 2
date : + 0 :
Preliminary. 1/ "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, with comparisons
Storage Holdings 1/
Butter 2/ :: American cheese 27 :: Nonfat dry milk
STotal :: : Total ::Commer- : Total
Month Commer- : Gov't : :Change ::Cmmer- : Gov't : :Change :: clal Gov't : :Change
Social : 1970* : 1970* :from :: cial :1970* : 1970* :from :: 1970* 1970* :1970* :from
: 1970* : :1969 :1970* : :1969 :: 3/ 4 :1969
Million pounds Pct. :: Million pounds : Pct. :: 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. : 38.7 : 75.6 :114.3 : -15 :: 257.3 : .4 :257.7 : 1 :: 101.4 :65.5 : 166.9 : -36
May :39.8 : 107.2 : 147.0 : -10 :280.6 : .4 :281.0 : 0 :: 138.7 :66.1 : 204.8 -33
June : 38.9 : 147.1 : 186.0 : 5 :: 314.3 : .9 : 315.2 : + 3 :: 159.0 : 65.6 : 224.6 : -35
July : 36.9 : 166.6 : 203.5 : + 3 :: 325.2 : .7 :325.9 : 0 :: 154.0 : 56.8 : 210.8 : -45
Aug. : 39.6 : 157.8 : 197.4 : + 6 :: 310.9 : 1.0 : 311.9 : 4 : 165.5 : 63.6 :229.1 : -40
Sept. :
Oct. :
Nov.
Dec. ::: ::
SPreliminary. 1/ End of month. 21 "Cold Storage Report," SRS. 3- "Evaporated, Condensed and
Dry Milk," SRS. 4/ "Summary of Processed Commodities in Store," ASCS.



Table 20.--U.S.D.A. purchases (Delivery basis). January 1970 to date, with comparisons
:Milk equivalent of net
Butter 1/ American cheese 1/ Nonfat dry milk / :U.S.D.A. purchases 2/
Month
1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
S 1000 lb. 1 00 b. : 0 b. : Mil. lb.

Jan. 13,998 : 19,513 : 3/ 1,949 : 198 : 24,943 : 42,677 : 316 : 415
Feb. :27,282 : 25,270 : 3/ 2,150 : 0 : 24,491: 43,310 : 599 : 535
Mar. :17,782 :20,049 : 3/ 1,949 : 4,704 : 33,179 : 46,235 : 396 : 454
Apr. : 30,394 : 27,558 : 403 : 12,499 : 35,687 : 26,215 : 647 : 709
May : 47,347 : 39,548 : 5,767 : 5,007 : 47,818 : 42,629 : 1,060 : 914
June :50,203 : 22,183 : 8,981: 0 : 66,411: 49,537 : 1,152 : 495
July : 25,359 : 21,944 : 8,875 : 0 : 53,365 : 42,469 : 652 : 464
Aug. : 12,204 : 5,269 : 8,096 : 0 : 35,281 34,927 : 354 : 162
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec. : :
Year to
date :224,569 181,334 : 38,170 22,408 .4/321,175 327,999 :5/ 5,176 :5/4,148
1/ "Dairy Price Support Activity Report," ASCS. 2/ U.S.D.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. 4/ Includes purchase of instant nonfat dry milk of 23,211 thousand poWa d, Jeuary to date.
5/ Includes purchase of evaporated milk of 45 million pounds, January to date f197' and 107 million
pounds, January to date 1969.






MILK DELIVERIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN


Milk receipts from producers at plants regulated under 67 Federal milk marketing orders during 1969 were slightly over
61 billion pounds, 56 percent of the 108 billion pounds of milk delivered to plants and dealers in the United States.
The value of milk delivered to Federal order plants at order blend prices totaled more than 3.6 billion dollars,
61 percent of the cash receipts from milk sold to plants and dealers in 1969. Milk receipts at regulated plants equaled
78 percent of whole milk marketing in the country eligible for fluid use (fluid grade). Sales of fluid milk products
by Federal order handlers, however, represented slightly less than 75 percent of the fluid milk sales in the
United States, indicating that Federal order markets carry a greater proportion of the surplus of fluid grade marketing
than markets not subject to Federal orders.

In comparison, Federal order milk deliveries in 63 markets during 1955 amounted to 28.9 billion pounds, 32 percent of
the 91 billion pounds of milk delivered to all plants and dealers in the United States. Slightly more than half of the
fluid grade milk in the country was delivered to Federal order plants. Fluid product sales by Federal order handlers
represented about 37 percent of the sales of fluid milk products in the United States.

The following data give one measure of the increasing importance of the Federal milk order program to the dairy
industry, particularly the fluid milk sector, and illustrate the growth of the order program.

Total milk deliveries to all plants and dealers in the
United States and milk deliveries to handlers regulated under
Federal milk orders, 1955-1968

All milk sold to Federal milk
Plants and dealers :: order deliveries 2/
in U. S. 1/
Yea: :: : Percentage of
.Percentage..
Total flud Total Fluid All
: grade 3/ :: ,grade 3/. milk
:Mil. b. : Percent Mil. lb. : Percent

1955 : 90,960 63 : 28,948 51 32
1956 : 95,521 64 : 31,380 51 33
1957 : 98,284 64 : 33,455 53 34
1958 : 99,626 65 : 36,356 56 36
1959 : 100,809 66 : 40,149 60 40
1960 : 103,927 67 : 44,812 64 43
1961 : 108,353 67 : 48,803 67 45
1962 : 110,678 67 : 51,648 70 47
1963 111,195 68 : 52,860 70 48
1964 114,176 68 : 54,447 70 48
1965 : 112,716 69 : 54,444 70 48
1966 109,675 69 : 53,012 70 48
1967 : 109,420 70 : 53,761 71 49
1968 : 108,767 70 : 56,444 74 52
1969 108,442 72 61,029 78 56
1/ Computed from data contained in "Milk Production, Disposition,
and Income," 1968-69.
2/ Statistical Bulletin No. 453, "Federal Milk Order Market
Statistics," 1969.
3/ "Grade A" in most States. Includes fluid grade milk used in
manufactured dairy products.

Since Federal orders only regulated the marketing of milk which meets Grade A requirements, it is to be expected that
Federal order receipts in most States represent a higher percentage of fluid grade marketing than of total marketing.
The differences in percentages are more pronounced in the States which have large supplies of manufacturing grade milk.
For example, in Minnesota, Federal order receipts in 1969 accounted for 82 percent of the milk marketing eligible for
fluid use, but only 19 percent of the total milk sold to plants and dealers in that State. Large differences between
these percentages can also be found for Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, and South Dakota.

Conversely, these percentages (Federal order deliveries as a percentage of fluid grade, and all milk) are higher and
closer together in the States which have large supplies of fluid grade milk. For example, in the New England States
where virtually all the milk produced in 1969 was fluid grade, deliveries to Federal order handlers constituted over
85 percent of all milk delivered to plants and dealers. In New Jersey, Maryland, Florida, Texas, New Mexico, and
Arizona over 95 percent of fluid grade milk was delivered to Federal order dealers in 1969 and these deliveries
represented better than 95 percent of all milk deliveries in these six States. There were 22 other States where fluid
grade producers marketed more than 80 percent of their milk to handlers regulated under Federal orders.

The proportionate increase that Federal order deliveries are of fluid grade and all milk deliveries is primarily due to
the increase in conversion of manufacturing grade to fluid (Grade A) marketing and the increasing numbers of producers
who have turned to Federal orders. Deliveries to Federal order'plants, and the percentage these deliveries are of fluid
grade and all milk delivered, by States, are shown in table 21.

A closer look at total marketing and deliveries to Federal orders by producers in the leading milk producing States
may provide some insight into the changing milk supply patterns for Federal order markets.






MILK DELIVERIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN -CONTINUED


Top ten states delivering to Federal orders; deliveries to Federal orders as a percentage of total
deliveries to Federal orders; and marketing as a percentage of total U.S. milk marketing; 1960,
1965, 1967, and 1969
1969 1967
:Ranked :Deliveries :Ranked :Marketings:: Ranked :Deliveries :Ranked :Marketings
:according :to Federal :according :as a % of according :to Federal :according :as a 7 of
Markets :to deliv- :orders as a :to total :total to deliv- :orders as a :to total :total
seriess to :% of total :milk :US :: series to :% of total :milk :US
:Federal :deliveries :marketed :Marketings:: Federal :deliveries :marketed marketings
:orders :to FO :in the US : :: orders :to FO :in the US :

New York 1 : 14.5 2 : 9.2 :: 1 : 16.0 2 : 9.2
Wisconsin 2 : 13.8 : 1 : 16.0 :: 2 11.2 1 : 16.0
Pennsylvania : 3 : 9.3 5 6.1 :: 3 : 8.5 5 6.1
Michigan : 4 6.2 6 : 4.1 :: 4 7.0 7 4.1
Ohio 5 6.0 8 3.9 :: 5 6.7 8 : 4.1
Texas : 6 4.6 10 2.6 :: 6 4.0 : 11 2.6
Illinois : 7 : 3.3 : : 2.8 :: 8 : 3.4 : 9 : 2.9
Minnesota : 2.9 : 3 8.5 :: 15 : 1.8 3 : 8.7
Indiana : 9 : 2.8 : 12 : 2.1 :: 7 : 3.5 : 12 : 2.2
Vermont : 10 : 2.8 13 1.7 :: 9 3.0 16 : 1.7
Maryland 11 2.4 19 : 1.4 :: 13 : 2.4 : 19 : 1.3
Washington 12 : 2.3 : 16 1.7 :: 10 2.6 : 15 : 1.6
Total 10
highest 66.2 57.1 :: : 66.2 : 50.4
States ::


1965 1960
:Ranked :Deliveries :Ranked :Marketings:: Ranked :Deliveries :Ranked :Marketings
:according :to Federal :according :as a % of according :to Federal :according :as a % of
Markets :to deliv- :orders as a :to total :total :to deliv- :orders as a :to total :total
seriess to :% of total :milk :US :: series to :7 of total :milk :US
:Federal :deliveries :marketed :Marketings:: Federal :deliveries :marketed :Marketings
:orders :to FO :in the US : :: orders :to FO :in the US :

New York 1 16.5 2 9.4 :: 1 : 17.9 2 9.3
Wisconsin 2 12.6 : 1 16.1 :: 2 : 12.1 : 1 : 16.2
Pennsylvania : 3 8.5 5 6.0 :: 3 : 8.5 : 5 : 6.1
Michigan 4 7.9 6 : 4.6 :: 4 : 7.9 7 4.5
Ohio 5 7.0 8 : 4.4 :: 5 : 6.8 : 6 : 4.6
Texas 8 3.8 12 2.4 :: 7 3.6 : 12 : 2.4
Illinois : 6 : 3.8 : 9 : 3.3 :: 6 : 4.0 : 8 : 3.7
Minnesota 19 1.3 : 3 8.8 :: 17 : 1.6 3 8.4
Indiana : 7 : 3.8 : 11 2.5 :: 11 2.4 : 11 : 2.7
Vermont : 9 3.1 : 14 : 1.8 :: 8 3.6 : 14 1.8
Maryland 11 2.6 : 18 1.3 :: 10 : 2.5 : 19 1.4
Washington 10 2.6 : 16 1.6 :: 9 : 2.7 16 : 1.7
Total : ::
highest 69.6 52.0 :: : 69.6 : 51.4
States : : : : ::

Eight of the ten highest ranking States according to deliveries of milk to Federal order markets in 1969 were also among
the top ten States according to total milk marketing in the United States.

The relationship between a State's importance to Federal orders and its importance to total U. S. marketing has not
always been as close. In 1967, only six of the top ten States in importance to Federal orders also ranked as one of the
top ten States according to total marketing in the U. S. Similar situations existed in 1965 and 1960, although States
and positions changed.

Inspecting individual market situations shows that in 1969, the primary source of producer milk for most Federal order
markets was the State(s) in which the marketing area was located. Table 22 shows the States deliveries to each market,
the quantity of milk delivered, and the percentage that each State's deliveries were of total deliveries to the market.

There were 12 markets in 1969 which received all of their milk from the State in which each was located. Ten markets
each received their milk from two States and 15 markets each received their milk from 3 States. Eastern Colorado,
Massachusetts-Rhode Island-New Hampshire, and St. Louis-Ozarks each received their milk from seven States; and
Delaware Valley, Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, and Southern Illinois each received their milk from eight States.

Twenty-five of the 67 markets effective in 1969 received more than 90 percent of their deliveries from one State; 21 of
these markets received more than 95 percent of their deliveries from one State. There were only six markets which did
not receive 50 percent or more of their total deliveries from any one State.

Detailed information on sources of milk, is published every other year in a report entitled "Sources of Milk for Federal
Order Markets by State and County" (C6MS-50). The latest issue of this report is for 1968 and contains sources of milk
information for December 1967. The 1970 publication, containing information for 1969 will be available in the near
future.
31





Table 2L--Milk deliveries, by State of origin, to handlers regulated under Federal milk orders, 1968-69 _/


Deliveries to Federal order plants Deliveries to Federal order plants
:As a percentage of milk :: : As a percentage of milk
:delivered to all plants : :delivered to all plants
State and dealers 3/ State : and dealers 3/
and Total 2/ : ": and Total 2/ an dea
region Fluid grade All milk :: region Fluid grade All milk
4/ 4/

S1968 : 1969 1968 1969 1968 1969 : 1968 : 1969 : 1968 1969 1968 1969
:Million pounds: Percent Percent : Million pounds: Percent Percent


Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont


217
306
1,668


Massachusetts : 559
Rhode Island : 73
Connecticut : 627
New England 3,450


New York : 8,567
New Jersey : 740
Pennsylvania : 5269
Middle
Atlantic :14576


Delaware 100
Maryland : 1,397
Virginia : 648
West Virginia : 279
North Carolina: 1
South Carolina: 0
Georgia : 41
Florida :1381
South
Atlantic 3 847


Ohio : 3,368
Indiana : 1,825
Illinois : 1,983
Michigan : 3,751
Wisconsin : 6995
East North
Central :17,922


Minnesota : 1,495
Iowa 1,151
Missouri :1,348
North Dakota : 103
South Dakota : 210
Nebraska : 505
Kansas : 1059
West North
Central : 5871


228
311
1,722
562
74
641
3 538


8,831
716
5 667

15.214


109
1,450
706
289
32
12
778
1.385

4 761


3,689
1,728
2,009
3,813
8 .400

19.639


1,751
1,336
1,376
99
236
497
1.078


88 96


Kentucky
Tennessee
Alabama
Mississippi
East South
Central


Arkansas
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Texas
West South
Central


Montana
Idaho
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Arizona
Utah
Nevada
Mountain


Washington
Oregon
California
Pacific


Alaska & Hawaii


Total (U.S.)


1,238 1,289
1,149 1,229
5 13
691 715

3.083 3.246


376 389
573 610
1,025 969
2 279 2 791

4.253 4.759


7/ 3
83 81
27 31
706 695
266 247
481 502
415 453
4 5
1.982 2 017


1,409 1,433
0 0
51 49
1.460 1.482


0 0


56.444 61 029


79 79
0 0
I 1
13 13


0 0 0 0


74 78 52 56


27 30


11 Revised data for 1968 and preliminary for 1969.
2/ Total deliveries of milk by producers in each State to handlers regulated under Federal milk orders. In most
markets yearly deliveries by State are based on the relationship of deliveries in one month.
3/ Computed from data contained in "Milk Production, Disposition, and Income," 1968-69.
4/ Percentage Federal order deliveries are of milk sold to plants and dealers that is eligible for fluid use
("Grade A" in most States).
5/ Not published to avoid disclosing individual operations for manufacturing grade milk.
6/ Less than one-half of one percent.
7/ Less than 500 thousand pounds.





Table 22.--Total Producer Deliveries by State of Origin, 196Q 1/


Market and State 2/


Producer
deliveries


1,000 Ib

APPALACHIAN 347,740
Ky. 28,480
W. Va.-(N. C.) 16,518
Tenn. 128,316
Va. 174,426

AUSTIN-WACO :148,808
Texas :148,808

BLACK HILLS 53,045
S. Dak.-(Wyo.) : 53,045

CEDAR RAPIDS-I.C. : 125,190
Iowa : 125,190

CENTRAL ARIZONA :542,073
Ariz. 465,532
Calif. 48,787
Colo.-Utah 27,754

CENTRAL ARKANSAS :287,927
Ark. :275,719
(Miss.)-(Okla.)-(Texas): 2,764
Mo. 5,672
Tenn. 3,772

CENTRAL ILLINOIS :260,392
Ill. : 230,686
Wis. 4,434
Minn. 25,272

CENTRAL WEST TEXAS : 174,849
Texas :159,736
N. Mex. 15,113

CHATTANOOGA :310,416
Tenn. :268,448
Ga. 38,771
Ala. : 3,197

CHICAGO REGIONAL :7,114,920
Ill. : 695,128
Iowa-Minn. : 9,961
Wis. :6,409,831

CINCINNATI : 722,299
Ohio :351,904
Ind. : 187,148
Ky. :183,247

COLUMBUS :559,996
Ohio : 559,996

CONNECTICUT :1,160,988
Conn. :576,431
Mass. 63,622
N. Y. : 520,935

CORPUS CHRISTI :160,505
Texas :160,505


I.


State as
percentage
of market


8.64

100.00
86.48
12.49
1.03

100.00
9.77
.14
90.09
::
100.00
48.72
25.91
25.37
::
100.00
100.00

100.00
49.65
5.48
44.87
::
100.00
100.00


Market and State 2/


Percent

100.00
8.19
4.75
36.90
50.16

100.00
100.00

100.00
::


100.00
100.00

100.00
::



100.00
85.88
9.00
5.12

100.00
95.76
.96
1.97
1.31

100.00
88.59
1.70
9.71
::
100.00
91.36


: Producer
: deliveries


~


CONTINUED


--


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

DES MOINES
Iowa
Minn.
Wis.-(Mo.)

DULUTH-SUPERIOR
Minn.
Wis.

EASTERN COLORADO
Colo.
Kans.-Nebr.-(Idaho)
S. Dak.
Utah
Wyo.

EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN
PENNSYLVANIA 3/
Mich.-Wis.
Ind.
Ohio
Pa.
N. Y.
Md.
W. Va.

EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
S. Dak.
Minn.
Iowa

FORT SMITH
Ark.-(Okla.)

GEORGIA 4/
Va.
N. C.
S. C.-Fla.-Ala
Ga.

GREAT BASIN
Utah
Idaho
Wyo.-(Nev.)

INDIANA
Ind.
Mich.
Ohio
Ill.
Wis.


1,000 lb.

2,394,442
1,683,772
260,755
182,935
102,961
133,849
30,170

435,442
380,055
44,371
11,016

180,088
84,407
95,681

708,478
628,066
13,461
17,145
32,519
17,287


3,354,491
59,710
131,496
1,645,713
1,278,732
88,894
50,988
98,958

165,968
131,513
26,074
8,381

45,041
45,041

810,602
14,591
29,992
26,426
739,593

448,207
394,915
36,215
17,077

1,670,283
1,024,719
42,759
78,336
85,853
438,616


State,as
percentage
of market
Percent

100.00
70.32
10.89
7.64
4.30
5.59
1.26

100.00
87.28
10.19
2.53

100.00
46.87
53.13

100.00
88.65
1.90
2.42
4.59
2.44


100.00
1.78
3.92
49.06
38.12
2.65
1.52
2.95

100.00
79.24
15.71
5.05

100.00
100.00

100.00
1.80
3.70
: 3.26
91.24

100.00
88.11
8.08
3.81

100.00
61.35
2.56
4.69
5.14
26.26




Table 22.--Total Producer Deliveries by State of Origin, 1969 1/ -Continued


: State as :: S: tate as
: Producer Mk:: : Producer
Market and State 2/ percentand State 2/ percd State 2/and Ste percentage
deliveries of market : deliveries of market


: 1,000 lb. :


INLAND EMPIRE
Wash.
Idaho
Mont.

KANSAS CITY
Mo.
Kans.
Iowa-Nebr.


202,679
156,813
42,765
3,101

1,000,478
437,209
540,859
22,410


KNOXVILLE
Tenn.


264,611
264,611


LOUISVILLE-LEX.-EVANS.
Ky.
Ind.
Ill.-Tenn.

LUBBOCK-PLAINVIEW
Okla.
N. Mex.
Texas
Kans.

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

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

MIAMI VALLEY
Ind.
Ohio
Wis.

MICH. UPPER PENINSULA
Mich.
Wis.

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL
Minn.
Wis.

MINNESOTA-N. DAK.
Minn.
N. Dak.-S. Dak.

MISSISSIPPI
Miss.
La.-(Ala.)-(Tenn.)


1,032,186
767,853
246,299
18,034

78,883
11,059
21,898
45,839
87

3,569,467
64,956
227,664
498,053
310,782
693,715
73,995
1,700,302

315,482
17,774
34,741
115,617
147,350

497,762
52,133
443,662
1,967

109,142
92,498
16,644

1,758,638
789,453
969,185

538,855
435,934
102,921

468,377
463,412
4,965


Percent

100.00
77.37
21.10
1.53
::
100.00
43.70
54.06
2.24
100.00
100.00

100.00
74.39
23.86
1.75

100.00
14.02
27.76
58.11
.11 ::
::
100.00
1.82
6.38
13.95
8.71
lq..44
2.07
47.63
::
100.00
5.63
11.01
36.65
46.71
::
100.00
10.47
89.13
.40

100.00
84.75
15.25
::
100.00
44.89
55.11

100.00
80.90
19.10

100.00
98.94
1.06


Percent

100.00
81.99
18.01


NASHVILLE
Tenn.
Ky.

NEBR.-WESTERN IOWA
Nebr.
Iowa
Minn.
Kans.-(Wyo.)
S. D.

NEOSHO VALLEY
Kans.
Mo.
Okla.

NEW ORLEANS
La.
Miss.

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY :
N. Y.
N. J.
Penn.
Md.-(Del.)-(Vt.)

NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
Iowa-(Minn.)

'NORTH TEXAS
Texas
Okla.
Ark.-(N. Mex.)-(Kans.) :

NORTHERN LOUISIANA
La.
Texas

NORTHWESTERN OHIO
Ohio
Ind.
Mich.

OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN
Okla.
Ark.
Mo.
Kans.-(Texas)-(N. Mex.):

PADUCAH
Mo.
Ky.
Tenn.

PUGET SOUND
Wash.

QUAD CITIES-DUBUQUE
Ill.
Iowa
Wis.


:


1,000 lb. :

481,522
394,800
86,722

770,601
478,158
175,774
68,661
16,876
31,132

108,33"
67,532
36,437
4,369

535,627
400,060
135,567

10,332,105
7,393,654
533,137
2,386,716
18,598

253,428
253,428

1,278,323
1,231,784
43,427
3,112

212,390
206,018
6,372

506,777
321,347
66,591
118,839

694,124
645,873
33,538
7,513
7,200

120,610
12,641
91.441
16,528

1,275,932
1,275,932

401,085
71,714
306,750
22.621


100.00
62.05
22.81
8.91
2.19
4.04

100.00
62.34
33.63
4.03

100.00
7 .6Q
25.31

100.00
71.56
5.16
23.10
.18

100.00
100.00

100.00
96.36
3.40
.24

100.00
97.00
3.00

100.00
63.41
13.14
23.45

100.00
93.05
4.83
1.08
1.04

100.00
10.48
75.82
13.70

100.00
100.00

100.00
17.88
76.48
5.64
Continued




Table 22.--Total Producer Deliveries by State of Origin, 1969 I/ -Continued


: Producer : State as :: : Producer : State as
Market and State 21 : deliveries : percentage .: Market and State 2/ : deliveries : percentage
of market
:1,000 lb. : Percent :: : 1.000 lb. : Percent


RED RIVER VALLEY
Okla.
Texas
Kans.

RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Ariz.
Colo.
N. Mex.
Texas
Okla.
Utah

ST. LOUIS-OZARKS
Mo.
Ill,
Iowa
Wis.
Ark-(Minn.)-(Kans.)

SAN ANTONIO
Texas

SOUTH TEXAS
Texas
Kans.
Mo.-(La.)
Okla.
Ark.

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
Fla.

S.E. MINN.-N. IOWA 5/
Iowa-(Wis.)
Minn.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Mo.
Ill.
Ky.
Iowa
Wis.
Ind.-(Tenn.)
Minn.


215,575
147,475
56,696
11,404

341,532
36,407
21,995
199,933
71,073
7,889
4.235

1,385,130
838,449
466,028
27,725
49,700
3,228


317,365
317,365

639,042
566,255
35,531
9,330
14,698
13,228

581,320
581,320

225,443
10,415
215,028

853,665
29,022
445,128
18,863
37,038
262,209
5,425
55,980


100.00
68.41
26.30
5.29

100.00
10.66
6.44
58.54
20.81
2.31
1.24


SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
: Mich.
: Ind.-Ohio
: Wis.

:TAMPA BAY
S Fla.
::
:TEXAS PANHANDLE
: Kans.
: N. Mex.
: Okla.
: Texas


UU.UU ::
60.53 :TRI-STAT
33.65 : Ohio
2.00 : W. Va.
3.59 : Ky.-(P
.23
UPPER CH
100.00 : Md.
100.00 : Del.-V
: Penn.
100.00 : W. Va.
88.61
5.56 :UPPER FL,
1.46 : Fla.
2.30
2.07 UPSTATE
:: Mich.
100.00
100.00 WASHINGTI
: Va.
100.00 Md.
4.62 : Pa.
95.38 : W. Va.

100.00 :WESTERN
3.40 : Colo.
52.14
2.21 :WICHITA
4.34 : Kans.
30.71 : Okla.-
.64
6.56


E


a.)

ESAPEAKE

a.



ORIDA


MICHIGAN


ON, D.C.





COLORADO




(Colo.)


1/ Total deliveries of milk by producers in each State to handlers regulated under Federal milk orders.
In most markets yearly deliveries by State are based on the relationship of deliveries in one month.
2/ States in parenthesis delivered less than 3 million pounds.
T/ Merger of Clarksburg and Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania marketing area effective May 1, 1969.
4/ Pricing provisions effective April 1, 1969.
,/ Pricing provisions effective May 1, 1969.


3,625,031
3,522,443
22,837
79,751

348,394
348,394

119,851
1,127
9,768
84,818
24,138

455,806
280,139
97,816
77,851

914,483
606,211
15,089
253,586
39,597

450,546
450,546

14,620
14,620

1,114,806
503,670
516,155
64,324
30,657

38,145
38,145

398,298
391,097
7,201


100.00
97.17
.63
2.20

100.00
100.00

100.00
.94
8.15
70.77
20.14

100.00
61.46
21.46
17.08

100.00
66.29
1.65
27.73
4.33

100.00
100.00

100.00
100.00

100.00
45.18
46.30
5.77
2.75

100.00
100.00

100.00
98.19
1.81




Amendments:

Middle Atlantic August 1 (35 FR 10273, 6/24/70). This amendment merges the Delaware Valley, Upper Chesapeake Bay,
and Washington, D. C. marketing areas. The amendment adds to the merged area the counties of Kent and Sussex and
the remainder of New Castle, in the State of Delaware, and Loudoun County in the State of Virginia. Population
(1960 Census) 9,084,161.

The consolidated order is similar to the Delaware Valley order with the following major changes. A distributing
plant must dispose of at least 50 percent of its Class I receipts (except filled milk) and at least 10 percent of
such receipts must be disposed of on routes in the marketing area. A supply plant must ship at least 50 percent of
its Grade A receipts (except filled milk) to pool distributing plants during each of the months of September through
February, and 40 percent during each of the months of March through August. Provision is also made for pooling,
under specified conditions, certain reserve processing plants which have long been associated with the fluid milk
market. This amendment limits a producer-handler's receipts from pool plants to not more than 10,000 pounds during
the month.

"Fluid milk product" definition includes milk, skim milk (including concentrated and reconstituted milk or skim
milk), buttermilk, cultured buttermilk, flavored milk, plain or flavored milk drinks, filled milk, any mixture in
fluid form of cream and milk or skim milk containing less than 10 percent butterfat (except ice cream, ice cream
mixes, ice milk mixes, milkshake mixes, eggnog, yogurt, condensed or evaporated milk and any product which contains
six percent or more nonmilk fat or oil).

The Class I price is $7.11 plus any amount by which the Minnesota-Wisconsin price (on a 3.5 percent butterfat basis)
for the preceding month exceeds $4.33. The Class II price is the Minnesota-Wisconsin price, limited by a
butter-powder "snubber", and adjusted seasonally.

Amendment provides a base-excess plan. Bases would be established on the basis of a producer's deliveries during the
August through December period and would be effective for the 12-month period of March 1 through February of the
following year. Transfers are limited to circumstances of death or discontinuance of milk production because of
entry into military service. A new producer may acquire a base on a percentage of his monthly deliveries.

Location adjustments would apply to plants located 55 miles or more from the city hall in Philadelphia and also
75 miles or more from the nearer of the zero milestone in Washington, D. C. or the city hall in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Class I price is reduced at the rate of 1.5 cents per 10-mile distance or fraction thereof that such plant
location is from the nearest of such basing points. Provision is made for payment by each handler of a direct
delivery differential of six cents per hundredweight on producer milk received at plants located within 55 miles
of Philadelphia. Amendment also provides for a marketing service deduction of 5 cents per hundredweight.

Ohio Valley August 1 (35 FR 10567, 6/30/70). This amendment merges the Cincinnati, Columbus, Miami Valley,
Northwestern Ohio, and Tri-State marketing areas. The amendment adds the following counties to the merged area:
Adams, Auglaize, Brown, Clinton (remainder), Darke, Hardin, Highland, Hocking, Knox, Logan, Mercer, Morgan, Noble,
Perry, Pike (remainder), Ross, Shelby, Vinton and Wyandot, in the State of Ohio; Bracken, Lewis (remainder), Mason
and Robertson, in the State of Kentucky; Dearborn and Ohio, in the State of Indiana; Calhoun, Gilmer,Mingo,Pleasants
Richie, and Wirt, in the State of West Virginia. Population (1960 Census) 6,763,388.

A distributing plant must dispose of at least 50 percent during the months of September through February, and
45 percent during the months of March through August, of its total receipts of fluid milk products (except filled
milk). At least 15 percent of such disposition must be on routes within the marketing area. A supply plant must
ship at least 50 percent of its total receipts of fluid milk products (except filled milk) to pool distributing
plants. If this qualification is met during each of the months of September through February, the plant has
automatic pool plant qualification for each of the months of March through August. A cooperative association plant
must deliver at least 50 percent of the milk of its producer-members either directly from farms or by transfer from
its plant to pool distributing plants.

A handler may divert the milk of any producer if at least 2 days' production of the producer is physically received
during the month at the plant from which his milk is diverted. During the months of September through February,
the quantity of milk of a producer diverted to nonpool plants, measured in terms of days of production, may not
exceed the quantity of the producer's milk physically received at pool plants.

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 Class III milk.
Class II milk is all skim milk and butterfat disposed of as fluid cream or as mixtures of cream and milk or skim
milk containing 10.5 percent or more butterfat; used to produce yogurt, sour cream, sour mixtures, cottage cheese,
cottage cheese curd, pancake mixes, and puddings; and, disposed of in bulk to commercial food processors.
Class III milk is all skim milk and butterfat: Used to produce butter, nonfat dry milk, dry whole milk, dry whey,
dry buttermilk, casein, cheese (except cottage cheese and cottage cheese curd), frozen cream, milk shake mixes
containing 15 percent or more total milk solids, frozen desserts, frozen dessert mixes, dietary products and infant
formulas in hermetically sealed metal or glass containers, evaporated or condensed milk or skim milk in plain or
sweetened form, and any product containing six percent or more nonmilk fat (or oil); dumped or disposed of for
livestock feed; in end-of-month inventory of bulk fluid milk products and bulk cream; and, in shrinkage.

The Class I price (Central Zone) is the Minnesota-Wisconsin price for the preceding month plus $1.50 and plus
20 cents. The Class II price is the Minnesota-Wisconsin price for the month plus 10 cents. The Class III price
is the lower of the Minnesota-Wisconsin price for the month or a butter-powder formula price. The butter-powder
formula in the order is: (Chicago 92-score butter price x 4.2) plus (Chicago area spray price x 8.2) minus
48 cents.







The Class I butterfat differential it the Chicago 92-score butter price for the preceding month times 0.12.
The Class II and Class III butterfat differential is the Chicago butter price for the month times 0.115. The
producer butterfat differential is the weighted average of the Class I, Class II, and Class III differentials.

Location adjustments would apply to plants located outside the Central Zone. At a plant in the Southeastern Zone,
the Class I price is increased five cents. At a plant in the Northwestern Zone, the Class I price is decreased
five cents. At a plant outside the marketing area and 60 miles or more from the nearest of 10 basing points the
Class I price is reduced 11 cents and an additional 1.5 cents for each 10 miles or fraction thereof over 70 miles.

Order also includes a seasonal incentive payment plan (Louisville plan) with April through July as "take-out"
months, and September through December as "pay-back" months. The expense of administration is four cents per
hundredweight and the marketing service deduction is six cents per hundredweight.

Southern Illinois August 1 (35 FR 12267, 7/31/70). Tnis amendment allows for unlimited diversions during the months
of May, June, and July. During the months of August and December, not more than 12 days' production of a producer
may be diverted and not more than 8 days' production may be diverted in all other months.

This amendment removes the mileage limitation on milk diverted in bulk to a nonpool plant for Class II use. Action
also revises the location adjustment provision to provide that the Class I price at a plant outside the marketing
area and in the State of Illinois south of the northernmost boundaries of the Illinois counties of Adams and
Schuyler and at a plant in the Indiana counties of Fountain Parke, Vermillion, and Warren be the Class I price
applicable at a pool plant location in the northern zone.

Suspension:

Southern Michigan August 1 (35 FR 11381, 7/16/70). This suspension continues for the months of August through
December 1970, the classification of yogurt as a Class III product rather than as a Class I product.

Terminations:

Eastern Colorado August 15 (35 FR 13007, 8/15/70). This termination action deletes the supply-demand adjustor to
the Class I price from the order.

Middle Atlantic July 17 (35 FR 11455, 7/17/70). Certain text relating to the computation of handlers' obligation
to the pool for other source milk used in Class I was deleted from the order provision for clarification.




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