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S. SEPTEMBER 1970 SUMMARY








FEDERAL MILK ORDER



MARKET STATISTICS


SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS


MINIMUM CLASS I PRICE $6.73; BLEND, $6.21


PRODUCER DELIVERIES UP 2.7 PERCENT


PRODUCER MILK USED IN CLASS I DOWN 1.2 PERCENT


66 PERCENT OF DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I


IN-AREA FLUID MILK SALES DOWN 0.8 PERCENT


SPECIAL THIS ISSUE Page 30

VFederal Order Milk Used in Manufactured*
Dairy Products, 1959-1969
* *


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


Dairy Division
Issued November 1970
FMOS 129


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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, October ........... . .. 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, September. .... . 6

3. Federal order minimum Class and blend prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, f.ob.
market or other indicated point, January-September . . . 8

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

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

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

7. Federal milk order Class I formula price information, September. .............. 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, August
with comparisons . . ... . .. . 18

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

10. Percentage 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, September. .. 25

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

13. Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets, January 1970 to date, with comparisons. 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,
October 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. Whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products in the United States, and
Federal order whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products, 1959 and 1969. ... 32

22. Seasonality of milk utilized in manufactured products in Federal order markets. Milk used in
selected manufactured dairy products as a percentage of the monthly average use for the year 1969 32

23. Whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products in selected marketing areas
defined by Federal milk orders and percentage of such milk utilized In pool plants and non-order
plants, 1969 ................ .............. ................ .. ... 33

Major order actions, September . .. . . 35






FEDERAL MILK ORDER MARKET STATISTICS


Summary


:: Prices per 100 pounds
Producer deliveries and producer deliveries used in Class I P (3.5 percent)
(3.5 percent)
: : rChange:: : Change:
Year Number Prod. : from : Del. : from : Class I ::
and of. deliv- : prey. used in: prev.: Utilization : Class I Blend
month .mkts. series year Class I: year
No. Bil.lb.: Pet. :: Bil.lb.: Pet. : 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 kts.: series : year :: Class : year 1970 : 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
: No. : Bil.lb.: Pet. :: 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. : 58 : 4.8 : 2.7 :: 3.2 : -1.2 : 66 : 69 :: 6.73 : 6.53 :: 6.21: 6.04
Oct. : :: : :
Nov. : :: : : :
Dec. _:

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 September 1970 was $6.73 per hundredweight, 20 cents higher than the $6.53
per hundredweight price in September 1969. (See table 2.) Class I prices announced for October 1970 with
comparisons with October 1969 are shown on table I.

Producers in the 58 markets received a weighted average blend price of $6.21 per hundredweight for 3.5 percent
milk in September 1970, 17 cents higher than the $6.04 price received by producer in September 1069. Class prices,
blend prices, and associated butterfat differentials, by markets, are reported on table 2.

The weighted average Class I price for the January-September 1970 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-September 1170
was $5.87, 22 cents higher than the blend price of $5.65 reported for the same period in 1960. (See table 3.)

Producer Deliveries. A total of 134,278 producers delivered 4.8 billion pounds of milk to handlers in the 58 markets
during September 1970. The volume is 2.7 percent above producer deliveries in September 1169. Average daily delivery
per producer increased from 1,125 pounds in September 1969, to 1,182 pounds in September 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 nine months of 1170 totaled 45.8 billion pounds in 58 markets, 3.6 percent above
producer deliveries made during the same period in 1960. (See table 6.)

Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I in 58 markets decreased
1.2 percent from last year, to a total of 3.2 billion pounds for September 1970. (See table 5.)

The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I during the first nine months of 1970 in 58 markets, totaled 27.6
billion pounds, 0.5 percent below such Class I use during the same period in 1961. (See table 6.)

Percentage of Producer Deliveries Used in Class I. The average Class I utilization percentage for 58 markets for
September 1970 was 66 percent, three percent below that in September 1969. (See table 5.) The average utilization
percentage in 58 markets for the first nine months of 1970 was 60 percent, compared to 63 percent for the first
nine 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 1.6 billion pounds in September 1970, 34 percent of producer deliveries. Table 10 shows for
61 markets where data were available, the percentage of whole milk equivalent used in manufactured products during the
first eight months of 1970.






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

Fluid Milk Product Sales. Total in-area sales for September 1970 are estimated to be about 2.6 billion pounds, 0.8
below such sales in September of last year.

Total fluid in-area sales for August 1970 were 0.8 percent below sales for August 1969. This decrease was the result of
decreases in whole milk items, mixtures, and cream items of 2.6 percent, 7.8 percent, and 0.4 percent, respectively.
which were not offset by the 6.6 percent increase in skim and lowfat milk items. Complete August 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 eight months of 1970, total in-area sales of fluid milk items in Federal milk order markets where
comparable data were available, were 0.4 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 23.3 percent and 11.0 percent,
respectively. Sales of all other fluid milk items, with the exception of flavored whole milk, and sour cream were down
from the first eight months of the previous year. Whole milk sales were down 2.4 percent; sales of milk and cream
mixtures were down 7.2 percent; and, sales of cream items were down 3.7 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 Mixtures Cream Items Total Fluid Items
:No. : il. :
of Percent: Percent: Percent: Percent: lb. Percent:
Compp. :Change: : :Change: : :Change: Of : :Change: : :Change:
Year :mkts.: over : Of: Bf. : over : : Bf. : over :total: Bf. : over : Of: Bf. : : over : Bf.
prev.:total:test : prev.:total:test : prev.:fluid:test : prev.:total.tet :Total :prev. totalet
: year :fluid: year :fluid: year : : 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:-10.1 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. :55 :-2.6 76.4 3.45: +6.6 21.8 1.56: -7.8 1.1 11.3: -.4 .7 21.6: 2.4 ..8 100.0 3.25
Sept.:
Oct. :
Nov. :
Dec. :
Year
1/ Includes eggnog.


Errata

The following corrections should be made in the August 1970 issue of
FMOS-128

Page No. 32 :Milk deliveries by State of origin to handlers regulated
Table 21 :under Federal milk orders 1968-69
:Deliveries to Federal order plants
As a 7 of milk delivered
States Total : to all plants and dealers
SFtatluid grade : All milk
1969 : 1969 : 1969
Mil. lb. : Percent : Percent

Indiana : 1,833 : 96 : 80
Wisconsin : 8,295 : 98
4






Table 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, October 1969 and 1970


Marketing area





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

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
New York-New Jersey
Middle Atlantic

SOUTH ATLANTIC
Appalachian
Tampa Bay
Southeastern Florida
Upper Florida

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
Eastern Group
Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan
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


: I Fat :
Class I price Differential::
per 100 lb. 0.1 ::
: October :
1970 1969 1970 1969
Dollars : Cents :


: 7.64 : 7.47 : 8.2 : 8.2 :
: 7.64 : 7.47 : 8.2 : 8.2 :


: 7.30 : 7.13 : 8.2 : 8.2 :
: 7.44 : 7.28 : 8.2 : 8.2 :


: 6.79 : 6.62 : 8.5 : 8.4
: 7.41 : 7.3Q : 7.5 : 7.5 :
: 7.61 : 7.59 : 7.5 : 7.5 :
: 7.31 : 7.29 : 7.5 : 7.5



:6.15 : 5.98 : NA : 7.5 :
: 6.26 : 6.09 : 7.9 : 7.7 :
: 6.53 : 6.36 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.36 : 6.16 : 8.5 : 8.4 :


: 6.01 : 5.84 : 8.8 : 8.7 :
: 5.92 : 5.6Q : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.15 : 5.98 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.13 : 5.96 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.19 : 6.02 : 8.5 : 8.4
: 6.05 : 5.88 : 8.5 : 8.4 :



: 5.76 : 5.59 : 9.2 : 9.1 :
: 5.72 : 5.55 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.16 : 5.99 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
:6.61 : 6.44 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 5.91 : 5.74 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 5.96 : 5.79 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 5.96 : 5.7n : 8.8 : 8.7 :
: 6.11 : 5.94 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
: 6.26 : 6.09 : 8.8 : 8.7 :
: 5.96 : 5.79 : 8.5 : 8.4 :
:5.72 :5
: 5.72 : 5.55 : 8.5 : 8.4 ::


Fat
Class I price Differential
per 100 lb. Diff
Marketing area October

1970 1969 1970 1969
S 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


: 6.26
6.40
6.31
6.46


6.51
6.24
6.60
6.20
6.81
7.13
: 6.96



6.60
: 6.61
6.64
:6.86
:6.91
:7.08


7.13
7.51
: 6.
: 7.23
7.36
: 740
7.73
7.34


:6.96
6.91
6.91
7.18
7.01


6.51
6.61
: 6.61


6.09 : 8.5
6.23 : 8.5
6.14 : 8.8
6.29 : 8.5


6.34
6.09
6.43
5.79
6.70 :
6.96 :
6.85



6.43
6.44
6.47
6.69
6.74
6.91


6.96
7.34
6.81
7.06
7.19 :
7.23
7.56
7.17


6.67
6.74
6.62
6.99 :
6.84


6.34 : 8.8
6.51 : 8.7
-- 8.5


See footnotes on table 2 for location.


* Generally the major city in the


marketing area.







TABLE 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. SEPTMRFR**
PRICES PER 100 POUNDS FAT DIFFERENTIAL 0.1
CLASS I BLEND CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS I BLEND
MARKETING AREA II III I I I III
SEPT SEPT SEPT SEPT SEPTEMBER 1970 SEPTEMBER 1970
1970 1969 1970 1969
DOLLARS CENTS


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

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 4/
MIDDLE ATLANTIC /
AVERAGE 2/

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

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 10/
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 11/
EASTERN uHIO-WESTERN PA. 1 /
OHIO VALLEY 13/
AVERAGE 3/

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 14/
CHICAGO REGIONAL16/
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INCIANA 17/
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 18/
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 19/
AVERAGE 3/

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NCRTHLRN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SJUTH DAKOTA 20/
BLACK HILLS 2a/
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 22/
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUEg4/
DES POINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 16/
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA 2/
S.E. MI'N.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE 3/


7.59 7.40 6.92 6.72 4.78 --- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
7.59 7.40 7.47 7.25 4.78 --- 8.2 8.2 --- 8.2
7.59 7.40 7.05 6.85 --- -- 8.2 --- -- 8.2


7.25
6/7.39
7.30


0.74
7.36
7.56
7.26
7.25



6.10
6.21
6.48
6.31
6.33


5.96
5.87
6.10
6.08
6.14
6.00
5.97


5.71
5.67
6.11
6.56
5.86
5.91
5.91
6.06
6.21
5.91
5.67


7.06
7.21
7.11


6.55
7.32
7.52
7.22
7.20



5.91
6.02
6.29
6.13
6.14


5.77
5.62
5.91
5.89
5.95
5.81
5.74



5.52
5.48
5.92
6.77
5.67
5.72
5.72
5.87
6.02
5.48
5.48


6.61
6/6.51
6.58


6.57
7.26
7.42
7.21
7.14



5.68
5.71
5.93 ,
6.15
5.91


5/S5.64
5.36
6.18
6.09
5.98
5.82
5.62



5.22
5.32
6.04
5.55
23/5.59
5.42
5.50
5.58
5.71
5.22
5.29


6.42
6.34
6.39


6.46
7.15
7.36
7.10
7.06



5.56
5.47
5.75
5.95
5.70


15/5.35
5.19
6.05
5.84
5.b7
5.56
5.44



4.94
5.14
5.71
5.37
23/5.42
5.44
5.31
5.52
6.09
5.03
5.23


4.60
6/4.74



4.45
4.81
4.81
4.81




4.81
4.81
4.66
4.76


4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66




4.44
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.81
4.66
4.66


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


3.23





4.59
4.66

4.66


---
s---
---
----


4.66


6.04 5.82 5.54 5.54 -- --- 8.6 --- --- 8.3
CONTINUED








TABLE2.--FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES F3R MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.8. MARKET
OR OTHER INDICATED POINT, AND BUTTERFAT DIFFERENTIALS, SEPTEMBER**-CON,
PRICES PER 100 POUNDS F&T :)IFFERF' IAL u. 1
CLASS I I BLE0 I CLASS I CLASS LASCLSS FCLAS I CLASS I BLE'J


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 26/
KANSAS CITY g7/
NECSHO VALLEY 28/
WICHITA l/
AVERAGt 3/

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PACUCAH
NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS
KNCXVILLE
CHATTANOOGA
MISSISSIPPI 29/
GEORGIA 30/
AVERAGE 37

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL AQKANSAS 31/
FORT SMITH
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 32/
RED RIVER VALLEY 32/
TEXAS PANHANDLE34/
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW
AVERAGE 3/

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA35/
NEh ORLEANS
NORTH TEXAS 36/
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 37/
AUSTIN WACO 38/
SAN ANTONIO
CORPUS CHRISTI 40/
SOUTH TEXAS 41/ -
AVERAGE 3/

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 42/
GREAT BASIN 43/
WESTERN COLORADO _4/
CENTRAL ARIZONA 45/
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 46/
AVERAGE 3/

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 4_/
INLAND EMPIRE49/
OREGON WASHINGTON IV/
AVERAGE ~


6.21 6.02 5.98 5.89 4.66 --- 8.4 8.1 --- 8.3
6.35 6.16 5.74 5.6J 4.61 4.66 8.4 8.1 8.1 7.5
6.26 6.07 5.71 5.56 4.06 --- 8.7 8.1 --- 8.5
6.41 6.22 6.12 5.80 4.81 4.66 d.4 8.1 8.1 8.3
6.29 6.10 5.90 5.79 --- --- 8.4 --- -- 8.0


6.46
6.19
6.55
6.23
6.76
7.08
6.91
6.58



6.55
6.56
6.59
6.81
6.86
7.03
6.66


7.08
7.46
6.93
7.18
7.31
7.35
7.68
7.29
7.21


6.91
6.86
6.86
7.13
6.96
6.97


6.46
6.56
6.56
6.48


6.27
6.06
6.36
5.96
6.85
6.89
7.00
6.44



6.36
6.37
6.40
6.62
6.67
6.84
6.47


6.89
7.27
6.74
6.99
7.12
7.16
7.49
7.10
7.00


6.60
6.67
6.55
6.92
6.77
6.73


6.27
6.46

6.30


6.21
5.92
23g,.28
5.97
6.32
6.82
6.68
6.28



6.46
23/6.25
5.98
5.71
6.66
6.90
6.11


6.96
6.80
6.45
6.90
23/7f.13
7.08
6.91
6.81
6.74


6.43
5.88
6.41
6.60
6.48
6.36


6.07
5.0U
23/6.18
5.60
6.29
6.54
6.85
6.11



6.23
23A.09
6.01
5.78
6.12
6.63
6.07


6.79
6.29
6.18
6.72
23.-97
6.41
7.12
6.87
6.49


6.16
5.84
5.97
6.61
6.15
6.20


5.58 5.47
5.85 5.78
5.86 --
5.62 5.51


4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66
4.66




4.66
4.66
4.54
4.54
4.59
4.58



4.66
4.66
4.58
4.58
4.59
9/4.51
4.84
4.66



4.81
4.64
4.71
4.84
47/4.58


4.91
4.78
4.91


o--



4.59




4.66
4.49
4.66
4.59




4.66
4.53
4.66


8.7 8.5 8.5 8.6
8.6 8.1 8.1 8.4
8.4 8.1 8.1 8.2
8.7 --- --- 8.6


58- MARKET AVERAGE 3/ 6.73 6.53 6.21 6.04 --- --- 8.4 -- --- 8.3

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.70 6.52 6.18 6.03 --- --- 8.4 -- --- 8.3

Major city in the marketing area. ** All averages are weighted.
I/ 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/Sept. 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 Philadelphia. 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. 4/ Zone II (Marquette). L5/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices at all
locations. 16j Zone I. L7/ Indianapolis. 1/ Base zone. 19/ Peoria. 20/ Sioux Falls. ~J Rapid City, South Dakota.
2 Zone I (Waterloo). 23/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices. 24/ Rock Island, Illinois. 25/ Base zone (Fargo).
26 Zone I (St. Louis). 27/ Kansas City and Topeka. 28/ Pittsburg, Kansas. / Gulfport. Class I and blend price at Jackson
and Greenville 16 cents less. 20 Atlanta. 21/ Little Rock. 32/ Oklahoma City. 33/ Wichita Falls, Texas. 34/ Amarillo.
35/ Monroe and Shreveport. 36 Zone I (Dallae). 27/ Abilene. Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $4.10. 38/ Zone I-New Braunfels,
Texas. 39/ Class II-A (cheddar cheese) $4.10. 40/ Mercedes. 41/ Houston. 42/ Denver. 43/ Salt Lake City, Utah.
4/ Grand Junction. 45/ Phoenix. 46/ Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and El Paso. 47/ $1.74 credit on Class II skim milk dumped or
disposed of as livestock feed; $1.34 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. 48/ District I (Seattle). 49/ Spokane, Washington.
J/ Portland.









TABLE 3.--FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.8.
MARKET OR OTHER INDICATED POINT. JANUARY SEPTEMBER. AVERAGES 1/
CLASS 1* BLEND*
MARKETING AREA 1 1 CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969
DOLLARS PER 100 POUNDS


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT
AVERAGE 2/

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY
MICDLE ATLANTIC
AVERAGE 2/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
AVERAGE 2/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
EASTERN UHIO-WESTERN PA.
OHIO VALLEY
AVERAGE 2/

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

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE 2/


7.59 7.32
7.59 7.32
7.59 7.32


7.25
7.40
7.30


6.74
7.41
7.61
7.31
7.31



6.10
6.21
6.48
6.27
6.32


5.96
5.82
6.10
6.08
6.14
6.00
5.94



5.71
5.67
6.11
6.56
5.86
5.91
5.91
6.06
6.21
5.91
5.67
6.04


6.98
7.13
7.03


6.49
7.26
7.46
7.16
7.14



5.85
5.96
6.23
6.09
6.09


5.71
5.56
5.86
5.83
5.89
5.75
5.68



5.46
5.42
5.86
6.71
5.61
5.66
5.66
5.81
5.96
5.42
5.45
5.76


0.27
.27
.27


.27
.27
.27


.25
.15
.15
.15
.17


.25
.25
.25
.18
.23


.25
.26
.24
.25
.25
.25
.26



.25
.25
.25
.15-
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.49
.22
.28


6.37
6.71
6.45


5.95
6.38
6.08


6.41
7.09
7.43
7.20
7.08



5.69
5.63
5.74
5.67
5.68


5.54
5.21
5.50
5.49
5.53
5.28
5.31



4.95
5.13
5.42
5.42
5.34
5.28
5.31
5.49
5.64
5.02
5.09
5.35


6.07
6.50
6.17


5.73
6.18
5.86


6.22
6.78
7.20
6.90
6.84



5.50
5.38
5.56
5.52
5.48


5.26
5.00
5.29
5.29
5.29
5.05
5.10



4.72
4.90
5.31
4.79
5.20
5.12
5.04
5.30
5.38
4.77
4.94
5.12


0.30
.21
.28


.22
.20
.22


.19
.31
.23
.30
.24


.19
.25
.18
.15
.20


.28
.21
.21
.20
.24
.23
.21



.23
.23
.11
.63
.14
.16
.27
.19
.26
.25
.15
.23
CONTINUED








TABLE 3.--EDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B.
MARKET OR OTHER INDICATED POINT, JANUARY SEPTEMBER, AVERAGES 1/ -CON.
CLASS I BLEND*
MARKETING AREA CHANGE CHANGE
1970 1969 1970 OVER 1969 1970 1969 1970 CVER 1969
DOLLARS PER 100 POUNDS


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

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

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

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

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

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND
INLAND EMPIRE
OREGON WASHINGTON
AVERAGE 2/


6.21
6.35
6.26
6.41
6.28


6.46
6.19
6.55
6.05
6.76
7.08
6.91
6.58



6.55
6.56
6.59
6.81
6.86
7.03
6.66


7.08
7.46
6.93
7.18
7.31
7.35
7.68
7.29
7.20


6.89
6.86
6.84
7.13
6.96
6.96


6.46
6.56
6.56
6.48


5.96
6.10
6.01
6.16
6.04


6.21
5.96
6.30
5.79
6.60
6.83
6.77
6.30



6.30
6.31
6.34
6.56
6.61
6.78
6.40


6.83
7.21
6.68
6.93
7.06
7.10
7.43
7.04
6.94


6.55
6.61
6.50
6.86
6.71
6.68


6.21
6.28

6.22


0.25
.25
.25
.25
.24


.25
.23
.25
.26
.16
.25
.14
.28



.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.26


.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.26


.34
.25
.34
.27
.25
.28


5.51
5.65
5.70
5.86
5.61


5.82
5.71
6.28
5.65
6.14
6.12
6.48
5.99



6.27
6.30
5.80
5.65
6.20
6.70
5.94


6.68
6.36
6.26
6.82
7.01
6.91
6.79
6.62
6.52


6.26
5.70
6.25
6.45
6.14
6.16


5.49
5.70
5.75
5.52


5.31
5.47
5.29
5.52
5.39


5.73
5.59
6.10
5.34
5.97
5.95
6.54
5.79



5.97
6.05
5.65
5.55
5.96
6.38
5.78


6.46
6.01
5.94
6.49
6.75
6.04
6.96
6.76
6.25


5.91
5.55
5.67
6.14
5.94
5.89


5.32
5.52

5.35


0.20
.18
.41
.34
.22


.09
.12
.18
.31
.17
.17
.06-
.20



.30
.25
.15
.10
.24
.32
.16


.22
.35
.32
.33
.26
.87
.17-
.14-
.27


.35
.15
.58
.31
.20
.27


58-MARKET AVERAGE 2/ 6.72 6.46 .26 5.87 5.65 .22

ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 6.70 6.45 .25 5.85 5.64 .21


All prices are weighted.
1/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported.
2/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no
Minneapoli-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and


significant marketing area expansions.
Oregon-Washington.


Excludes








TAPLE 4.--aUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UADER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL
AVERAGE DAI Y DE IVERIES PC R


DELIVERIES, AhC


AVERAGE BUfTERFAT AVERAGE DAILY
NUMBER OF PRODUCERS PRODUCER DELIVERIES PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES
MARKET CANCER CHANGE
SEPT FROM SEPT SEPT FRUM SEPT SEPT SEPT SEPT
1970 SEPT 1970 1969 SEPT 1970 1969 1970 1969
1969 1969


ERLRWAI


PERCENT


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHU>ETTS-RI-NH
CONNECT rICuT
IVFPAGt J- TOTAL I/

MIDDLE .TL5NTIC
NEW YORK-NEw JERSEY
MIDDLE ATLANTIC
IVFRAGE u TOTAL 1/

SOUTH ATL. iT IC
%PPALACHI "N
TAMPA 3AY
SOUTH 'STFRN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA
tVERAG, OR TOTAL 1/

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTErN ihOUP
UPSTATE PICHIGAN
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
EASTER'4 JHlO-wESTFR'J PA.
OHIO V-LLEY
AVERAGE Cp TOTAL 1/

wESTErN GROUP
MICHIG1N UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGu RFGlhrAL
LSVILLt-LKGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIAN1
SOUTHE"' ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINOIS
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/

wEST NO-TH CENTRAL
NCRTHERiJ GROUP
OULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SuUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CE TRIALL IOWA
CECAR RAPICS IDWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DEC I'Olt-
NERRASKA wESTERN IjOwA
MINNESuTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MIIN.-NORTHERN IOwA
AVERAGE 0- TUTAL 1/


8.032
1,761
9,793


279- 295.259 293,127
77- 91,371 92,513
356- 386.630 385b'.45


26,292 1,936- 7b6,274
9,498 466- 370.853
34,790 2,402- 1,157,127


'70
111
88
198
1, 367



21
3, 592
9),893
8,509
27,015


348
16,622
2,895
4,314
2,460
632
27,261



645
4,591
394
Ba
5?4
394
1.141
1.204
1,767
1,711
1,060
7,b76


230
12-
2-
12
22b



19-
580-
232-
44
787-


20-
153-
132-
509-
153-
95-
1,062-



15-
141
b
6
21
i -
53
155
6
8-
260
263
477


34.597
32.10e
46,151
40,240
153,096



772
306,032
268,440
237,168
914,412


8.887
557,810
7.,521
135,437
70,729
18,850
979,234



12.792
137.61b
14,7716
4,794
109,52
9,962
35,914
33,003
69,883
42., 218
34,072
234,154


791,870
372,794
1.164, 664


28,467
26,663
45,539
34,710
135,379



1,322
307,727
269,172
224,781
303,002


9,013
537,967
87,u68
138,517
64,436
20.878
857.939



12,894
126,753
13,392
3,313
15,264
8,351
30, i9B
33,719
62,791
33,930
24,285
213,857


0.7
1.2-
.2


3.69
3.61
3.67


3.69 1,225
3.57 1,730
3.66 1.316


.7- 3.58 3.57 997
.5- 3.56 3.58 1,455
.6- 3.57 3.57 1,109


21.5
20.4
1.3
15.9
13.1



41.6-
.1
.3-
5.5
1.4


1.4-
3.7
.5
2.3-
9.8
9.7-
2.5



1.2-
6.6
10.4
44.5
28.9-
19.3
ld.9
2.1-
11.3
24.4
4U. 3
9.5


3.52
3.62
3.72
3.63
3.63



3.40
3.54
3.63
3.56
3.58


3.71
3.65
3.57
3.61
3.58
3.61
3.63



3.74
3.72
3.46
3.50
3.67
3.61
3.61
3.66
3.60
3.54
3.56
3.60


3.55
3.73
3.65
3.76
3.74



3.498
3 .4B
3.52
3.63
3.59
3.58


3.66
3.62
3.61
3.64
3.58
3.62
3.62



3.71
3.68
3.48
3.50
3.62
3.58
3.57
3.62
3.52
3.51
3.56
3.56


1,176
1,678
1,267


935
1,386
1,044


1,169 1,282
9,642 7,226
17,481 16,866
6,774 6,220
3.733 3,962



1,225 1,101
1,195 1,118
904 866
929 865
1.005 963


851 816
1.119 1,069
1,011 962
1,046 958
958 822
994 957
1,075 1,010



658 651
1,000 950
1.251 1,150
1,858 1,705
1,020 1,039
985 947
1,077 1,044
1,058 1,004
1,316 1,179
822 779
1,071 1,016
991 963
CONTINUED


1.000 LB5.






TABLE 4.--NUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL DELIVERIESt AhC
AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER, SEPTEMBER -CON.
AVERAGE BUTTERFAT AVERAGE DAILY
NUMBER OF PRODUCERS PRODUCER DELIVERIES PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES
MARKETING AREA MILK DELIVERIES PER PRODUCER
CHANGE- CHANGE
SEPT FROM SEPT SEPT FROM SEPT SEPT SEPT SEPT
1970 SEPT 1970 1969 SEPT 1970 1969 197C 1969
1969 1969
NUMBER 1.000 LBS. PERCENT PERCENT PniINr'

WEST NORTH CENTRAL-CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 3,253 136- 114,274 110,798 3.1 3.55 3.58 1,171 1,090
KANSAS CITY 2,215 66 86,503 78,038 10.8 3.53 3.50 1,302 1,210
NEOSHO VALLEY 279 6- 7,746 8,115 4.5- 3.50 3.48 1,275 1,159
WICHITA 713 96- 28,504 32,036 11.0- 3.48 3.48 1,521 1,299
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 6,460 172- 237,027 228,987 3.5 3.53 3.54 1,223 1,151

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 341 5 9,779 10,409 6.0- 3.72 3.84 956 1,033
NASHVILLE 1,113 32- 42,755 40,502 5.6 3.63 3.65 1,280 1.179
MEMPHIS 739 17 30,851 26,951 14.5 3.52 3.58 1,64C 1,544
KNOXVILLE 485 39- 16,066 17,007 5.5- 3.57 3.62 1,104 1,082
CHATTANOOGA 742 9- 32,738 30,806 6.3 3.68 3.79 1,471 1,367
MISSISSIPPI 982 6 37,091 33,944 9.3 3.78 3.90 1,351 1,159
GEORGIA 1,434 41- 94,975 88,701 7.1 3.64 3.70 2,208 2,005
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 4,402 52- 169,280 159,619 6.0 3.65 3.73 1,282 1,194

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 697 14- 21,851 22,473 2.8- 3.53 3.54 1,571 1,402
FORT SMITH 138 3- 4,225 3,961 6.7 3.62 3.64 1,571 1,402
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 1,812 236 64,714 52,692 22.8 3.50 3.49 1,19C 1,114
REC RIVER VALLEY 499 125 23,706 16,856 40.6 3.48 3.47 1,584 1,502
TEXAS PANHANDLE 271 7- 8,016 9,476 15.4- 3.42 3.42 1,818 1,196
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 249 48 6,442 6,463 .3- 3.51 3.54 2,445 2,210
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 3,666 385 128,954 111,921 15.2 3.50 3.50 1,172 1,137

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 271 16- 16,899 16,924 .1- 3.80 3.77 2,079 1,966
NEW ORLEANS 1,422 128 47,688 44,468 7.2 3.82 3.87 1,118 1,145
NORTH TEXAS 1,968 149- 92,493 106,798 13.4- 3.51 3.53 1,567 1,682
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 245 6- 14,752 14,280 3.3 3.46 3.56 2,007 1,896
AUSTIN WACO 192 50- 11,684 11,867 1.5- 3.48 3.44 2,528 2,126
SAN ANTONIO 295 176- 20,911 24,852 15.8- 3.39 3.46 3,112 2,944
CORPUS CHRISTI 294 124 15,299 13,015 17.5 3.83 3.91 2,278 2,626
SOlTH TEXAS 2,079 879 69,089 54,193 27.5 3.62 3.60 1,631 1,642
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1J 6,766 734 288,815 286,397 .8 3.61 3.62 1,423 1,533

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 1,190 132- 58,045 56,566 2.6 3.54 3.52 1,626 1,426
GREAT BASIN 881 27- 39,993 36.411 9.8 3.67 3.56 1,513 1,337
WESTERN COLORADO 52 10- 2,705 2,961 8.6- 3.71 3.64 1,734 1,592
CENTRAL ARIZONA 176 5- 47,046 43,964 7.0 3.42 3.40 8,91C 7,464
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 374 43 28,972 29,619 2.2- 3.44 3.47 4,402 4,230
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1 2,673 131- 176,761 169,521 4.3 3.52 3.49 2,204 2,015

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUNC 1,764 92- 115,626 105,178 9.9 3.79 3.78 2,185 1,889
INLAND EMPIRE 455 24 21,577 16,737 28.9 3.86 3.75 1,581 1,294
OREGON WASHINGTON 1,273 --- 89,372 --- 3.92 --- 2,340 --
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 2,219 68- 137,203 121,915 12.5 3.80 3.78 2,061 1,77

58- MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/134,278 3,206- 4,762,693 4,638,846 2.7 3.60 3.60 1,182 1,125

ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 142,636 1,570- 5,118,773 4,878,590 4.9 3.61 3.60 1,196 1,128

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.






TABLE 5.v-PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL
ORDERSSEPTEMBER
PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I GROSS C ASS I DELIVERIES
CHANGE 2 USED CHANI,E AS X OF
MARKETING AREA SEPT SEPT FROM IN CL. I SEPT FROM GR. CL. I
1970 1969 SEPT SEPT SEPT 1970 SEPT SEPT SEPT
1969 1970 1969 1969 1970 1969
1,000 POUNDS PERCENT PERCENT 1,000 LBS PERCENT PERCENT


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

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

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

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

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA
CHICAGU REGIONAL
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE
INDIANA
SOLTHEkN ILLINOIS
CENTRAL ILLINOIS
AVERAGE 0R TOTAL 1/

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA
MINNESUTA NORTH DAKOTA
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/


161,185
73,360
254,545


451,881
245,318
697,199


32,309
30,676
43,328
38,658
144,971



540
204,526
189,653
175,661
570,380


7,022
284,499
66,389
101,809
49,043
12,310
521,072



7,912
78,133
9,907
2,272
9,971
6,108
24,417
21,088
46,985
17,811
18,747
146,471


185,559
74,712
260,271


470,527
253,352
723,879


27,333
25,001
43,968
33,550
129,852



1,013
204,755
195,212
172,311
573,291


6,605
304,419
69,053
106,350
47,880
13,533
547,840



7,482
73,819
9,376
1,636
13,620
6,471
20,001
24,986
46,218
17,872
16,752
147,662


2.4-
1.8-
2.2-


4.0-
3.2-
3.7-


18.2
22.7
1.4-
15.2
11.6



46.7-
.1-
2.8-
1.9
.5-


6.3
6.5-
3.8-
4.3-
2.4
9.0-
4.9-



5.7
5.8
5.7
38.9
26.8-
5.6-
22.1
15.6-
1.6
.3-
11.9
.8-


186,044
77,117



451,934
257,626



32,967
34,699
45,461
50,172




2,950
206,070
191,588
187,253



7,030
293,536
66,966
104,788
52,881
15,202




8,008
78,173
9,913
2,309
11,065
6,122
24,540
22,297
47,265
18,851
19,630


1.6- 159 151
.6- 118 119



4.0- 174 168
1.4- 144 143


19.7
20.6
3.1-
20.4




8.6-
.0
2.6-
3.4



4.6
4.0-
3.6-
4.0-
1.7
6.4-




2.5
5.8
5.7
41.0
19.5-
5.7-
22.2
17.7-
.8
.3-
5.0


159 165
176 172
149 143
208 203
98 111
163 129
146 150
148 124
148 134
224 179
174 130

CONTINUED






TABLE .--PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNCER FEDERAL
ORDERS,SEPTEMBER -CON.
PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I GROSS CLASS I DELIVERIES
CHANGE % LSED CHANGE AS 2 OF
MARKETING AREA SEPT SEPT FROM IN CL. I SEPT FROM GR. CL. I
1970 1969 SEPT SEPT SEPT 1970 SEPT SEPT SEPT
'-Q 1970 1 hQ-9 1969 1970 1969
1.000 POUNDS PERCENT PERCENT 1.000 LBS PERCENT PERCENT


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

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

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

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

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

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


81,367
54,690
5,088
23,657
164,802


8,276
35,843
26,178
13,520
26,443
32,075
85,481
142,335



20,499
3,625
44,874
11,715
7,183
6,053
93,949


15,937
35,367
73,730
13,073
11,019
18,977
11,280
54, 9
234,


45,244
23,960
2,142
37,905
22,880
132,131


54,911
13,572
53,952
6848 3


85,400
56,299
5,480
24,654
171,833


9,253
33,787
24,002
12,720
23,589
29,140
82,949
132,491



20,387
3,391
42,682
10,397
7,522
5,864
90,263


16,256
31,883
83,404
12,857
11,329
18,832
11,533
48,825
234,919


43,283
24,416
2,126
35,955
23,343
129,123


57,345
11,593

68,938


4.7-
2.8-
7.2-
4.0-
4.1-


10.6-
6.1
9.1
6.3
12.1
10.1
3.0
7.4



.5
6.9
5.1
12.7
4.5-
2.9
4.1


2.0-
10.9
11.6-
1.7
2.7-
.8
2.2-
12.4
.3-


4.5
1.9-
.8
5.4
2.0-
2.3


4.2-
17.1

.7-


65,400
55,915
6,584
24,719



8,388
35,993
27,717
13,713
26,910
34,937
100,257




23,255
3,629
46,156
12,454
7,445
6,176



17,091
35,568
75,OS0
13,104
11,265
26,254
12,834
63,847



47,260
23,974
2,213
37,926
24,107



54,960
13,663
57,009


2.2-
2.9-
.1-
3.9-



12.9-
3.4
10.3
5.3
9.0
11.8
4.8




6.6
6.9
5.8
10.9
2.6-
1.4



.1
10.7
12.4-
1.2
.9-
1.4-
1.5
12.0



3.1
1.d-
1.6
5.4
1.1



4.4-
17.8


210 183
158 144
157 --


58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/ 3,170,577 3,210,362 1.2- 66 69 2/ 3,293,191 -.5 145 140

ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 3,406,890 3,383,882 .7 66 69 2/ 3,548,260 1.5 144 140


Preliminary.
1/ Market under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which ha
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Ge
2/ May include some duplication due to intermarket transfer.


ve had no significant market
orgia, and Oregon-Washington.


ng area expansions. Excludes






TABLE 6.--PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 2,770,149 2,719,680 1.8 1,593,590 1,590,009 .2 58 58
CONNECTICUT 873,328 878,090 .5- 640,894 660,980 3.0- 73 75
TOTAL 1/ 3,643,477 3,597,770 1.3 2,234,484 2,250,989 .7- 61 62

MIDCLE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 7,953,101 7,941,184 .2 4,043,997 4.147,630 2.5- 51 52
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 3,389,244 3,302,119 2.6 2,165,404 2,191,331 1.2- 64 66
TOTAL 1/ 11,342,345 11,243,303 .9 6,209,401 6,338,961 2.0- 55 56

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN 293,143 259,886 12.8 263,372 236,483 11.4 90 91
TAMPA BAY 289,950 264,945 9.4 250,109 220,719 13.3 86 83
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 449,158 434,194 3.4 411,904 399,559 3.1 92 92
UPPER FLORIDA 361,837 343,664 5.3 339,356 313,492 8.2 94 91
TOTAL 1/ 1,394,088 1,302,689 7.0 1,264,741 1,170,253 8.1 91 90

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 7,369 11,152 33.9- 5,312 8,706 39.0- 72 78
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 2,785,090 2,718,960 2.4 1,795,558 1,769,755 1.4 64 65
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 2,643,175 2,570,441 2.8 1,664,185 1,708,311 2.6- 63 66
OHIO VALLEY 2,134,866 2,070,869 3.1 1,506,236 1,499,637 .4 70 72
TOTAL I 7,570,500 7,371,422 2.7 4,971,291 4,986,409 .3- 66 68

WESTERN GROUP
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 83,614 83,441 .2 60,684 58,189 4.3 72 70
CHICAGO REGIONAL 5,792,508 5,462,700 6.0 2,548,963 2,678,521 4.8- 44 49
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE 794,695 777,405 2.2 555,684 558,372 .5- 70 72
INDIANA 1,355,462 1,235,744 9.7 928,870 902,947 2.9 68 73
SOLTHERN ILLINOIS 667,483 662,592 .7 397,462 410,978 3.3- 60 62
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 199,036 198,553 .2 110,001 112,014 1.8- 55 56
TOTAL I/ 8,892,798 8,420,435 5.6 4,601,664 4,721,021 2.5- 52 56

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR 143,622 137,257 4.6 68,909 69,223 .4- 48 50
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 1,505,631 1,329,995 13.2 619,253 587,053 5.5 41 44
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 142,098 123,931 14.6 80,233 83,072 3.4- 56 67
BLACK HILLS 43,073 43,785 1.6- 19,375 13,866 39.7 45 32
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 180,662 202,023 10.6- 115,558 150,463 23.2- 64 74
CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA CITY 108,461 97,139 11.6 57,289 58,869 2.7- 53 61
QUAD CITItS DUBUQUE 297,915 310,689 4.1- 160,968 167,357 3.8- 54 54
DES NOINES 360,505 329,103 9.5 216,662 213,481 1.5 60 65
NEBRASKA WESTERN IOWA 630,914 576,097 9.5 404,787 402,129 .7 64 70
MINNESOTA NORTH DAKOTA 493,924 409,415 20.6 146,108 153,358 4.7- 30 37
S.E. MINN.-NORTHERN IOWA 345,708 142,290 143.0 151,030 73,108 106.6 44 51
TOTAL 1/ 2,401 174 2,229,439 7.7 1,2696889 1,311,818 3.2- 53 59
CONTINUED







TABLE 6.--PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CO0.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 1,119.451 1,043,186 7.3 714,516 702,373 1.7 64 67
KANSAS CITY 772,716 746,721 3.5 471,862 487,961 3.3- 61 65
NEOSHO VALLEY 72,964 84,908 14.1- 48,582 48,269 .6 66 57
WICHITA 270,215 307,448 12.1- 192,081 205,326 6.4- 71 67
TOTAL 1/ 2,235,346 2,182,263 2.4 1,427,041 1,443,929 1.2- 64 66

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 98,875 90,079 9.8 73,018 73,198 .2- 74 81
NASHVILLE 370,687 358,245 3.5 263,343 277,690 5.2- 71 78
MEMPHIS 251,280 234,268 7.3 213,745 206,425 3.5 P5 88
KNOXVILLE 156,720 212,264 26.2- 114,911 147,470 22.1- 73 69
CHATTANOOGA 286,459 216,263 32.4 205,810 156,921 31.2 72 72
MISSISSIPPI 413,941 358,384 15.5 272,135 248,775 9.4 66 69
GECRGIA 902,407 513,718 75.7 731,856 462,603 58.2 61 90
TOTAL 1/ i,577,962 1,469,503 7.4 1,142,962 1,110,479 2.9 72 76

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 209,032 224.107 6.7- 178,361 185,751 4.0- 85 83
FORT SMITH 34,850 33,586 3.8 30,440 29,274 4.0 87 87
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAA 582,920 536,592 8.6 365,053 363,937 .3 63 68
RED RIVER VALLEY 207,184 160,997 28.7 101,713 89,309 13.9 49 55
TEXAS PANHANDLE 8d,202 90,670 2.7- 64,578 67,775 4.7- 73 75
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 56,207 58,920 4.6- 49,282 50,301 2.0- 88 85
TOTAL 1/ 1,178,395 1,104,872 6.6 789,427 786,347 .4 67 71

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 162,654 158,666 2.5 137,203 136,373 .6 84 86
NEW ORLEANS 418,014 399,081 4.7 273,377 256,859 6.4 65 64
NORTH TEXAS 911,278 960,159 5.1- 673,899 694,425 3.0- 74 72
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 128,190 133,631 4.1- 110,166 112,220 1.8- 86 94
AUSTIN WACO 107,358 113,633 5.5- 96,956 102,250 5.2- 90 90
SAN ANTONIO 194,976 241,022 19.1- 166,988 161,709 3.3 86 67
CORPUS CHRISTI 137,270 120,469 13.9 97,730 104,099 6.1- 71 86
SOLTH TEXAS 628,291 467,503 34.4 454,128 413,434 9.8 72 88
TOTAL 1/ 2,688,031 2,594,164 3.6 2,010,447 1,981,369 1.5 75 76

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 539,926 538,672 .2 384,297 371,745 3.4 71 69
GREAT BASIN 365,979 340,887 7.4 201,195 202,228 .5- 55 59
WESTERN COLORADO 25,176 29,387 14.3- 18,607 18,292 1.7 74 62
CENTRAL ARIZONA 430,204 408,493 5.3 328,117 312,644 4.9 76 76
RIC GRANDE VALLEY 259,699 253,172 2.6 188,685 188,821 .1- 73 74
TOTAL 1/ 1,620,984 1,570,611 3.2 1,120,901 1,093,730 2.5 69 70

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 1,043,485 964,862 8.1 483,786 493,480 2.0- 46 51
INLAND EMPIRE 190,798 153,501 24.3 110,398 99,428 11.0 58 65
OREGON WASHINGTON 800,329 --- --- 464,816 --- --- 58 --
TOTAL 1/ 1,234,283 1,118,363 10.4 594,184 592,908 .2 48 53

58-MARKET TOTAL 1/ 45,779,383 44,204,834 3.6 27,636,432 27,788,213 .5- 60 63

ALL-MARKET TOTAL 49,333,458 46,190,837 6.8 29,603,387 28,910,977 2.4 60 62


I/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and which have had no significant marketing area expansion. Excludes
Mi3neapolls-St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, and Oregon-Washington.







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


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


3/7.31
3/7.31


40.28
+ .28

+ .28
+ .28


---



2.13
2,75
2.95
2.65

1.49
1.60
1.87
1.70


7.59
7.59

7.25
7.39

6.74
7.36
7.56
7.26

6.10
6.21
6.48
6.31


Michigan Upper Peninsula: 4.61
Chicago Regional : 4.61
Louisville-Lex.-Evans. : 4.61
Indiana : 4.61
Southern Illinois :Uses the
Central Illinois 4.61

Duluth-Superior 4.61
Minneapolis-St. Paul : 4.61
Eastern South Dakota : 4.61
Black Hills : 4.61
North Central Iowa : 4.61
Cedar Rapids-Iowa City : 4.61
Quad Cities-Dubuque : 4.61
Des Moines : 4.61
Nebraska-Western Iowa 4.61
Minnesota-North Dakota : 4.61
S.E. Minn.-Northern Iowa: 4.61


1.35 -
1.26 -
1.49
1.47 -
St. Louis-Ozarks Class I price less 7
1.39 -


1.10
1.06
1.50
1.95
1.25
1.30
1.30
1.45
1.60
1.30
1.06


5.96
5.87
6.10
6.08
cents 6.14
6.00

5.71
5.67
6.11
6.56
5.86
5.91
5.91
6.06
6.21
5.91
5.67


Continued


I i


:*

:*


: 3/6.97
: 3/7.11

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4.61
4.61
4.61

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4.61
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Table 7.--Federal milk order Class I formula price information, September 1970 -Con.


S Basic Fluid : Supply- : Other : Class I
Marketing area price
/ a diff. demand 2/ : price
Dollars per pounds
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


4.61
4.61
4.61
4.61


:Uses the
4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61

S 4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61
:Uses the
S 4.61
:Uses the

S 4.61
S 4.61
S 4.61
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
:Uses the
4.61

S 4.61
S 4.61
:Uses the
S 4.61
S 4.61


4.61
4.61
4.61


1.60
1.74
1.54
1.80


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 I price plus 22c
2.25 -
North Texas Class I price plus 10C

2.47 -
2.85 -
2.32
North Texas Class I price plus 25c
North Texas Class I price plus 38
North Texas Class I price plus 42c
North Texas Class I price plus 75
2.68 -

2.30 -
2.25
Eastern Colorado Class I price less 5
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.


6.21
6.35
6.26
6.41

6.46
6.19
6.55
6.23
6.76
7.08
6.91

6.55
6.56
6.59
6.81
6.86
7.03

7.08
7.46
6.93
7.18
7.31
7.35
7.68
7.29

6.91
6.86
6.86
7.13
6.96

6.46
6.56
6.56





TABLE 8-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, AUGUST 1970 WITH COMPARISONS 1/

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

AUGUST CHANGE 1970 AUGUST CHANGE 1970 AUGUST CHANGE 1970
MARKETING AREA 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT AUG. TO AVG FAT AUG. TO AVG FAT AUG. TO
CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE CONTENT _DATE


IlUUU
1LB,
LB.


PERCENT


I ,UU
LB.


PERCENT


LB.u
LB.


PERCENT


NEW ENGLAND
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
MIDDLE ATLANTIC /

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
SOUTHERN MICPIGAN
E. OHIO W. PA.5/
OHIO VALLEY 4/

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

WEST NCRTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 6/
EASTERN SCUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DUBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA


4.813 3.51 1.7 2.0 615.6 1.12 11.3 20.2 18.7 11.3 5.9 1.4
1,899 3.43 2.9 2.7 251.2 1.26 .6 11.2 21.0 10.4 5.9 7.9


5,482 3.44 .7 1.8 740.7


314
831
1,246
1,120


3.51
3.51
3.65
3.45


4,478 3.48 -
4,674 3.50 -
3,978 3.49 -


234
5,828
1,216
2,006
918
293


3.48
3.38
3.34
3.35
3.20
3.23



3.35
3.27
3.29
3.31
3.45
3.40
3.34
3.63
3.31
3.29


6.1 2.4 67.1
5.6 6.5 137.7
5.3 4.2 235.1
7.6 2.9 149.6



4.9 4.8 1,130.7
5.7 3.9 957.0
1.2 .2 1,130.9


62.0
1,833.0
370.3
1,104.6
441.6
142.4


64.5
924.3
118.6
30.5
147.7
54.4
133.8
186.1
357.2
156.0


1.65


1.07
1.09
1.06
1.11



1.29
1.54
1.55


1.57
1.63
1.65
1.77
1.85
1.64



1.56
1.59
1.75
1.81
1.65
1.26
1.46
1.62
1.59
1.54


6.5 6.3 68.2 11.6 6.4 5.2


22.3
- 6.0
5.3
- 10.3


19.2 1.0 12.0
- .1 8.5 11.0
6.5 23.9 10.8
- .2 6.7 11.3


- 2.4
- 3.5
6.3
13.8


9.1 17.7 82.8 10.6 10.7 9.0
2.3 4.6 55.3 10.9 12.7 10.1
9.8 10.0 40.7 11.0 10.1 8.9


10.8
7.5
10.9
8.9
4.7
11.6



8.9
10.9
9.2
13.0
3.6
4.8
5.5
14.7
8.7
11.7


24.0
8.9
12.9
11.0
5.1
9.4



13.0
10.0
10.5
13.0
8.2
7.4
7.9
13.1
9.8
12.2


4.3
139.8
13.6
33.3
18.9
7.1



2.4
28.6
4.6
1.3
6.1
2.2
6.5
8.2
21.0
7.9


11.7
11.7
11.5
11.5
11.2
10.9



11.8
10.6
11.2
12.4
11.7
11.6
11.7
12.7
11.0
11.3


3.6
12.5
1.0
8.6
11.8
8.0


3.0
12.0
6.3
7.7
10.4
5.7


7.4 7.2
2.2 4.1
4.9 1.0
4.9 6.4
7.1 7.2
13.6 5.4
11.2 7.4
11.6 10.1
10.2 9.2
5.5 2.6
CONTINUED








TABLE 8.-WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, AUGUST 1970 WITH COMPARISONS 1/ -CON.


MARKETING AREA


CREAM TOTAL FLUID

CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
AUGUST 1970 FROM 1969 AUGUST 1970 FROM 1969
DAILY BUTTERFAT AUGUST YEAR O DAILY UTTERFAT AUGUST YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE


ItUUU LtD


10UUU LB.I


NEW ENGLANC
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH
CONNECTICUT

MIDDLE ATLANTIC
MIDDLE ATLANTIC 4/

SOUTH ATLANTIC
APPALACHIAN
TAMPA BAY
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA
UPPER FLORIDA

EAST NORTH CENTRAL
EASTERN GROUP
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN
E. OHIO W. PA. 51
OHIO VALLEY 4/

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

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROLP
DULUTH SUPERIOR
MINNEAPOLIS ST.PAUL 6/
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
BLACK HILLS
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA
CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY
QUAD CITIES DLBUQUE
DES MOINES
NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA
MINNESOTA N. DAKOTA


126.2
23.8


48.1


.4
4.1
9.7
2.7



41.0
36.5
14.7


1.3
56.9
3.8
15.6
5.2
2.6



1.7
19.2
1.7
.7
1.2
.6
1.7
2.1
5.7
7.2


21.0 2.5 2.6 5,574
24.4 13.5 10.8 2,194


21.1


22.1
28.8
22.9
25.6



19.3
19.2
17.9


24.0
19.8
23.5
17.6
19.0
15.2



26.8
25.0
24.3
23.1
24.0
21.5
20.9
23.6
21.3
28.0


3.0


15.8
7.4
- 2.0
- 19.0


- 22.7 6,339


13.1 382
.9 981
- 9.6 1,515
- 13.6 1,279


- 4.9 1.7
- 4.5 4.2
20.0 5.6


- 5.5 1.7
- 4.3 5.6
- 1.5 7.2
11.4 6.3
4.8 2.4
17.7 29.5



- 1.4 1.3
3.8 .9
.6 4.5
35.9 31.1
- 4.5 5.4
0 7.0
7.3 3.4
- 10.3 .3
- 7.9 .2
- .2 1.9


5.733
5,723
5,164


302
7,858
1,604
3,160
1,384
445



182
1,950
271
90
405
155
445
518
1,242
474


3.67
3.47


3.45


3.12
3.34
3.49
3.27



3.26
3.34
3.17


3.29
3.24
3.07
2.96
2.94
2.91



3.04
2.80
2.88
3.09
2.98
2.83
2.96
3.13
3.03
3.23


0.4
- 2.5


0


8.6
3.8
5.3
5.1



2.5
- 4.5
1.0


- 3.3
.6
.4
1.7
- 1.9
.1
- 3.8
1.1
.7
.9


nC~r 0


0
- 1.3


- 1.1


4.9
5.4
4.3
2.5


1.2
2.7
1.7


4.1
4.1
.5
2.1
2.3
2.8



2.3
.7
2.1
.8
.9
2.2
1.2
.4
.3
.5
CONTINUED


---~ ---~


PCMcEN I







TABLE .-WHOLE PILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, AUGUST


ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS
1970 WITH COHPARISONS /f -CON.


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

AUGUST CHANGE 1970 AUGUST CHANGE 1970 AUGUST CHANGE 1970
MARKETING AREA 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969 1970 FROM 1969

DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR DAILY BUTTER- YEAR
AVG FAT AUG. TO AVG FAT AUG. TO AVG FAT AUG. TO
CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE CONTENT DATE
1,000 1,000 1,000
LB. PERCENT LB. PERCENT La. PERCENT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS CZARKS 1,094 3.30 10.7 7.4 534.5 1.79 12.2 8.5 16.5 11.6 3.5 4.9
KANSAS CITY 946 3.31 4.0 3.1 392.4 1.66 3.1 5.5 17.1 11.1 13.1 10.4
NEOSHO VALLEY 163 3.34 4.0 2.1 45.8 1.61 8.7 10.2 2.9 11.6 11.0 12.0
WICHITA 337 3.27 .7 5.0 129.2 1.69 12.5 2.6 7.5 11.0 10.1 11.1

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH 185 3.41 2.6 2.5 32.7 1.34 .4 1.2 1.0 11.9 4.5 16.3
NASHVILLE 758 3.49 4.6 2.2 157.0 .92 .5 1.9 4.0 12.2 4.7 4.8
MEMPHIS 466 3.50 2.3 1.7 105.3 1.20 .5 4.7 4.2 12.1 11.4 12.5
KNOXVILLE 366 3.70 3.1 6.7 172.2 1.47 20.5 22.8 1.9 12.0 2.2 6.9
CHATTANOOGA 350 3.83 3.6 .1 141.7 1.39 5.9 5.5 1.4 12.3 8.3 5.2
MISSISSIPPI 6/ 766 3.80 2.9 2.4 148.7 1.55 4.8 8.1 5.8 12.0 6.5 .4

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 408 3.38 3.2 .3 84.7 1.48 6.3 6.4 3.5 12.0 16.0 .5
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 814 3.35 6.6 .3 175.6 1.48 31.5 24.5 9.2 11.4 3.4 2.5
RED RIVER VALLEY 284 3.36 5.1 1.8 52.6 1.48 10.3 7.7 2.0 10.9 8.6 6.6
TEXAS PANHANDLE 193 3.33 2.4 1.5 34.6 1.61 3.5 1.0 2.1 11.5 9.0 4.7
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 167 3.37 2.3 .5 30.9 1.65 7.0 10.4 1.5 11.3 12.7 7.9

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 279 3.81 1.0 .7 61.7 1.55 6.4 4.2 1.7 11.2 3.5 1.6
NEW ORLEANS 593 3.84 2.7 .1 100.6 1.61 1.4 9.3 6.2 12.1 5.7 4.8
NORTH TEXAS 1,574 3.35 3.6 1.8 447.5 1.46 4.7 4.1 17.3 11.3 7.4 5.7
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 261 3.32 1.1 3.3 90.1 1.63 4.4 6.6 3.1 11.7 7.4 7.7
AUSTIN WACO 394 3.36 2.7 1.0 87.3 1.20 2.4 1.6 3.7 12.0 1.3 3.5
SAN ANTONIO 477 3.37 .8 .2 44.7 1.04 1.4 4.8 3.4 11.2 6.7 7.8
CORPUS CHRISTI 317 3.46 3.6 .1 38.5 1.49 3.3 1.0 2.8 11.4 5.0 1.6
SOUTH TEXAS 1,333 3.64 2.9 2.8 468.0 1.68 1.5 2.6 10.7 11.0 20.9 10.1

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN CCLCRADO 915 3.34 3.4 1.9 377.8 1.70 15.2 19.6 18.7 12.0 6.3 4.4
GREAT BASIN 392 3.40 9.2 9.6 313.3 1.80 4.8 3.3 6.5 12.9 2.8 4.7
CENTRAL ARIZONA 794 3.47 4.3 11.0 215.3 1.32 2.5 14.5 10.5 10.9 2.8 1.7
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 728 3.50 2.1 .2 110.7 1.64 1.7 9.5 7.9 11.9 10.9 7.5

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 961 3.50 9.0 7.1 631.5 1.81 8.5 12.4 23.9 11.8 5.6 5.4
INLAND EMPIRE 164 3.53 3.7 .9 142.6 1.87 7.1 10.4 5.3 11.6 2.7 .3

COMBINED AREAS (55) 59.238 3.45 2.6 2.4 16,909.7 1.56 6.6 8.6 834.9 11.3 7.8 7.2

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 7/ -- -- -- --- ---

CONTINUED








TABLE 8--WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLO IN MARKETING AREAS
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE. AUGUST 1970 WITH COMPARISONS 1/ -CON.

CREAM TOTAL FLUID

MARKETING AREA CHANGE 1970 CHANGE 1970
AUGUST 1970 FROM 1969 AUGUST 1970 FROM 1969
DAILY BUTTERFAT AUGUST YEAR TO DAILY BUTTERFAT AUGUST YEAR TO
AVERAGE CONTENT DATE AVERAGE CONTENT DATE
1.000 LB. PERCENT 1,000 LB. PERCENT

WEST NORTH CENTRAL-CONT.
SOUTHERN GROUP
ST LOUIS OZARKS 8.8 18.8 19.1 14.3 1,654 2.97 4.3 3.0
KANSAS CITY 6.3 22.8 3.2 .6 1,362 3.02 2.1 1.0
NEOSHO VALLEY .6 22.7 .2 7.3 212 3.13 1.6 .2
WICHITA 2.2 23.1 7.8 7.8 476 3.06 4.3 4.4

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
PADUCAH .7 22.2 13.8 15.3 219 3.20 2.2 2.4
NASHVILLE 1.9 26.2 .3 .3 921 3.14 3.7 2.1
MEMPHIS 2.5 23.7 11.5 5.2 578 3.23 2.0 2.0
KNOXVILLE .9 23.2 4.7 1.1 541 3.05 3.3 .5
CHATTANOOGA 1.0 26.4 1.4 .3 494 3.20 1.1 1.5
MISSISSIPPI6/ 2.7 23.9 20.3 8.0 924 3.55 3.3 3.3

WEST SCUTH CENTRAL
NORTHERN GROUP
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 1.8 23.8 62.5 48.3 498 3.19 4.0 1.4
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 3.2 22.4 10.3 1.0 1,002 3.16 10.3 3.8
RED RIVER VALLEY 1.6 20.2 77.2 39.1 340 3.20 5.8 2.7
TEXAS PANHANDLE 1.1 26.7 4.3 8.1 231 3.25 1.3 1.1
LUBBOCK PLAINVIEW 1.0 29.4 12.8 14.9 201 3.29 .5 2.4

SOUTHERN GROUP
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 1.1 24.4 15.6 .7 343 3.51 .2 .1
NEW ORLEANS 1.8 23.1 4.8 1.5 701 3.64 2.1 1.3
NORTH TEXAS 12.3 24.6 8.2 2.2 2,051 3.14 1.6 .3
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 1.5 27.3 2.3 4.4 356 3.07 .5 4.2
AUSTIN WACO 1.6 26.9 9.6 5.1 487 3.11 1.8 .5
SAN ANTONIO 1.5 21.0 17.7 14.7 527 3.27 .9 .7
CORPUS CHRISTI 1.1 22.8 10.9 3.6 359 3.37 2.8 .2
SOUTH TEXAS 3.7 24.5 5.1 16.9 1,815 3.22 2.3 2.6

MOUNTAIN
EASTERN COLORADO 10.6 22.1 45.7 10.5 1,322 3.14 1.5 3.3
GREAT BASIN 5.4 28.8 2.2 6.7 717 2.98 3.4 4.7
CENTRAL ARIZONA 5.5 21.8 3.7 11.7 1,026 3.19 2.8 4.6
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 3.7 23.5 6.4 5.9 850 3.42 1.6 .9

PACIFIC
PUGET SOUND 12.7 27.2 1.0 1.0 1,629 3.15 2.8 .6
INLAND EMPIRE 2.5 27.5 8.5 8.3 314 3.11 5.3 4.0

COMBINED AREAS (55) 535.8 21.6 .4 3.7 77,518 3.25 .8 .4

NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY / --- --- --- --- 13,856 --- 3.5 2.0

i/ 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 merger and expansion of Delaware Valley, Upper Chesapeake Bay, and Washington, D.C.,
August 1, 1970; and Tri-State, Cincinnati, Columbus, Miami Valley, and Northwestern Ohio, August 1, 1970.
5/ Sales represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The May 1, 1969 amendment merged the Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania
and Clarksburg markets.)
6/ Sales for marketing area as defined after the 1969 amendment.
j/ 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 1/

:January : February March : April
SChange 1970 :Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970
Item Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969 Daily from 1969
Item Daily Daily Daily Dailr
:: Year : : Year : : Year Year
average average average average
average Jan. : to rage Feb. : to average March : to April : to
:: date : : date : date : : : date
1,000 lb. Percent : 1000 b. Percent ,000 lb. Percent : 1000 b. Percent
Whole milk 2/V L'~~


Whole milk 2/
Flavored whole milk

Total whole milk items

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

Total skim and lowfat
milk items

Milk and cream mixtures


67,113.4 : 2.0 : 2.0 :
2,617.9 : + .3 : + .3 :

69,731.4 : 1.9 : 1.9 :


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


973.2
2,773.0
1,697.0
86.5
729.8


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


- .5
+10.8
- 2.6
+69.2
- 5.6


18,075.5 : +13.2 : +13.2 :

908.9 : 5.8 : 5.8 :


65,247.9 : 3.2 : 2.5 :
2,794.3 : + 1.9 : + 1.1 :

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 :


63,217.5 : 4.0 : 3.1 :
2v498.7 : 4.4 : .8 :


65,716.3


: 4.1 : 3.0 :


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


.946.7
2,821,4
1,691.8
113.1
731.3


- 5.0
+ 7.8
- 2.7
+33.5
- 4.7


- 2.9
+ 8.8
- 2.5
+47.5
- 5.6


17,651.5 : + 7.7 : +10.2 :

892.8 : 7.6 : 7.2 :


64,124.3 : 1.6 : 2.7
2,780.6 : + 8.8 : + 1.6


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 :


523.7 : 7.5 : 5.6 :


566.1 : + .9 : 3.4 :


530.0 : 9.1 : 4.8


89,234.7 : + .8 : + .8 : 87,297.4 : .7 :+ .1 :


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


84,846.4 : 1.8 : .6 : 86,387.2 : + .8 : .3











Table 9.--Daily average


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


SMay : June : July August
Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970 Change 1970
: from 1969 from 1969 from 1969 from 1969
Item Daily :Year Daily : Year Dily : Ye Daily : : Year
average May to : average : June : to average : July : to average : Aug. : to
: date : : date : date : date
: 1.000 lb.00 b Percent : 1000 b. : Percent 1.000 lb. Percent

Whole milk 2/ :60,657.5 :- 5.8 : 3.3 : 58b299.6 :+ 0.7 : 2.7 : 57,613.0 : 0.9 : 2.5 : 57,700.7 : 2.7 : 2.5
Flavored whole milk 2: 515.6 :- .6 : + 1.2 : 1,532.6 :+ .5 : + 1.2 : 1.355.7 : 3.2 : + 8 : 1,537.1 : + 2.3 : + 1.0


Total whole milk items

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

STotal 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 : 3.6 : 3.3:
2,602.8 : 5.6 : + 3.6 :
1,717.8 : 3.5 : 2.2:
120.9 : +15.0 : +37.2 :
705.2 : 5.2: 4.2:


17,148.9 : + 3t8 : + 8.7 :

870.7 : -10.3 : 8.0 :


59.832.3 : + .6 : 2.6 :


2,778.9 : +24.5 : +23.0 :
8,466.7 : +14.3 : +11.8 :


836.2
2,493.7
1,754.1
113.0
735.0


17,227.6


+ 8.9
- 3.9
* 1.1
+13.8
+ .2


- 1.6
+ 2.3
- 1.6
+32.7
- 3.5


: +10.3 : + 9.0 :


898.7 : 2.9 : 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 :


59,237.8 : 2.6 : 2.4


2,831.4 : +25.2 : +23.3
8,218.5 : + 7.0 : +11.0


824.5
2,482.4
1,710.8
738.7
103.5


16,909.7


1.6
+ .2
- 2.1
- 3.4
+13.7


- 1.4
+ 1.7
- 1.7
+27.0
- 3.3


: + 6.6 : + 8.6


834.9 : 7.8 : 7.2


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 :


535.8 : .4 : 3.7


77,518.5


: .8 : .4


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


142.5
122.6
270.7


-10.7
- 2.3
+ 7.0


-14.9
- 4.3
+ 4.2







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

Manufactured dairy January February March April May June
Manufactured dairy
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 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0











a July August September October November December
Manufactured dairy
products *
products 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969

Percent

Butter 33.8 : 32.0 33.1 :30.3
Cheese 19.4 :14.9 :-17.3 :15.2
Irozen desserts and
condensed whole milk :36.9 : 41.9 :38.5 : 42.1
Cottage Cheese 4.5 : 4.7 : 4.9 : 4.9
Other factory products 2/ : 5.4 : 6.5 : 6.2 7.5

Total : 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


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.
i/ Includes evaporated and dry whole milk, milk used in candy, soup, bakery products, etc.






Table ll.--Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, September

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

Appalachian : Memphis
Central Arkansas : Nashville
Chattanooga : New Orleans
Fort Smith : Oregon-Washington :6.02 --- 4.66 --
Georgia 6.84 --- 4.66 --- : Puget Sound 2/ 6.31 6.11 4.75 4.46
Kansas City : Southern Michigan :5.81 5.60 4.66 4.34



I/ 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, September

Marketing area September9 Marketing areaSepte
: 1970 1969 :: 1970 1969
Dol per 100 lb. :: Dol. per 100 lb.

Central Arkansas --- 0.20 Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H. 0.31 0.30
Central Illinois 0.27 .24 Nebraska-Western Iowa .47
Connecticut .43 .43 New York-New Jersey .33 .33
Eastern South Dakota .23 .22 Ohio Valley .26 .26
Indiana .35 .31 Paducah
Inland Empire St. Louis-Ozarks .25 .24
Louisville-Lexington Southern Illinois .24 .26
Evansville .42 .42


Table 13.--Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order
markets, January 1970 to date, with comparisons 1/


1960 1970
Month
Markets Volume Markets Volume
Number 000 lb. : Number 1,000 lb.

January 23 5,743 18 3,425
February 22 5,240 19 2,913
March 22 5,789 19 3,356
April 22 5,377 18 3,233
May 21 5,321 17 3,025
June 22 4,414 18 2,859
July 23 4,213 19 2,833
August 18 3,889 18 2,756
September 20 3,814 15 2,774
October 20 3,824
November 19 3,365
December 19 : 3,323

I/ The survey information reported here may not reflect all sales
of filled and imitation milks in all order markets.








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-Score : 92-Score : 93-Score : : : ::
:Change : :Change,:: :Change : :Change : :Change :: :Change .. Change
1970 : from : 1970 : from :: 1970 : from : 1970 : from : 1970 : from ::1970 fro
S : 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 : 70.52 : + .67 : 70.53 : + .40 :: 71.32 : 4 .94 : 70.93 : +2.04 : 71.62 : + .86 :: 53.68 : +1.33 :: 26.86 : +3.91
October : : : :: : : : : : : : ::
November : : :: : :: : :
December : : : : : ::: : : :
: :::: ::: :,


Prices paid for manufacturing grade milk. 3.5X butterfat content
: :: Local plants
.U. S. manufacturing Minn.-Wis. Manuf. Butter-powder :: Las 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 : 0.37 :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 :4.54 : + .20 :4.66 : + .17 : 4.68 : + .34 :: 3.64 : + .03
October : :
November : : : :
December : : :


/ 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*

: Milk eligible :Paid by dealers .:
All milk r flid :r mlk used in Manufacturing Paid farmers for milk used in:
wholesale 2/ for fluid for milk used in :
wholesale market :fluid products grade milk 2/. : American : vaporated
Month : :: Butter 4/ cheese 4/ : Ulk ./
S : 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. : 5.55 : + .24 : 5.95 : + .19 : 6.90 : + .19 : 4.50 : + .22:: 4.49 : + .22 : 4.49 : + .18 : 4.26 : + .15

Sept. :5.70 : + .25 : 6.09 : + .20 : 6.92 : + .15 : 4.53 : + .20:: 4.54 : + .22 : 4.53 : + .13 : 4.23 : + .12

Oct. :5.78 : + .19 : 6.16 : + .15 : 6.98 : + .18 : 4.59 : + .19:: :

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

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

* Preliminary. ** Based on partially revised data.
I/ 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
uith nmnari onna


1970 to date,


Milk :: Cheese
25-city average I/ Ice cream American Butter 2/
Month At stores Delivered: (prepackaged) 2/: process 2/
1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 : 1969
:Cents per 4 gal. :Cents per 1 gal. ::Cents per 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 :: 85.3 : 81.7 : 50.5 : 47.7 86.9 : 84.6
October : 58.0 : 54.6 : 65.0 : 62.9 ::
November ::
December ::

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



Table 17.--Prevailing prices paid by consumers for the most common grade of whole milk, 25 cities,
October 1970, with comparisons, 1/

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

Boston, Mass. 49-54 53-56 :55-58 :55-58 :: 60-65 : 66-72 : 66-72 :66-72
Hartford, Conn. 54 56 :54-59 : 54-59 :: 63-73 :70-71 :67-73 : 67-73
New York, Metro., N.Y.2/: 46-60 :50-63 :52-63 :55-65 : 54-60 : 55-62 : 58-62 58&65
Philadelphia, Pa. 59 : 62 66 : 66 :: 65-68 : 71-76 :70-77 : 70-77
Pittsburgh, Pa. : 58 : 58 : 61 : 65 :: 62 62 65 69
Cleveland, Ohio :48-54 :49-51 53-54 :53-54 :: 59-62 : 61-62 64 64
Indianapolis, Ind, : 48 : 51 : 54 : 54 :: 62 : 64 : 67 : 67
Chicago, Ill. 60 53-57 :55-58 :54-57 :: 58-66 :60-70 62-72 62-72
Detroit, Mich. 51-53 :53-55 : 49-55 :49-55 :: 60 : 62 : 62 62
Milwaukee, Wis. 43-49 :51-53 : 47-50 :47-50 :: 54-55 :56-57 :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. 57 58 :60-72 :60-72 : 67-69 : 69 73 73
Washington, D. C. 53-55 : 55 : 57-66* : 57-66 :: 68-70 : 71 :74-78 :74-78
Jacksonville, Fla. 65 : 48-69 : 63-69 : 69 :: 64 : 68 69 : 69
Louisville, Ky. 52 : 55-59 :57-61 : 59-62 :: 59 : 62-64 : 62-67 62-67
New Orleans, La. : 61 63 63 : 63 :: 62 : 64 : 65 : 64
Dallas, Texas 60-61 61-62 : 59-64 :59-64 :: 62-63 : 63-64 65-66 :65-66
Denver, Colo. 45-47 49-51 : 54-56 :54-56 :: 55-57 : 55-57 62 62

Salt Lake City, Utah 55 55 : 61 : 61 :: 53 56 59 59
Seattle, Wash. 49-57 51-60 : 54-63 54-63 :: 49-65 : 53-61 : 56-64 : 56-64
Portland, Oreg. 56-62 53-62 : 55 :55-62 :: 67 : 68 66 66
Los Angeles, Calif. : 48 50 : 52 52 :60 -611: 63 : 65 65
San Francisco, Calif. : 51 : 51 : 54 54 :: 3/564 : 3/61 : 65 : 65
S53.4 54.6 57.5 58.0 60.4: 62.9 64.8 65.0
25 Cities average ::
1/ "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/
: Change : Change :Change : Change
Month 1970* : from 1970* :from :1970* : from 1970* :from
S: 1969 : 1969 : 1969 : 1969
Bil. lb.: Pct. Pct. :Mil. lb. Pcet il il. 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 + 9 :124.5 : +11
Sept. : 9.2 + .9 : 72.8 : +7 :104.5 + 9 : 96.0 +15
Oct.
Nov.
Dec. :
Year to 89.5 + .4 882.9 0 1,122.9 +14 1,228.2 + 4
date
Preliminary. 1/ "Milk Production," SRS. 2/ "Production of Creamery Butter and Cheese,"
SRS. 31 "Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS.



Table 19.--Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1970 to date, with comparisons
Storage Holdings I1
Butter 2/ :: American cheese 2/ :: Nonfat dry milk
: Total :: : : Total ::Commer- : Total
Month .Commer- : Gov't : :Change ::Commer- : Gov't : Change :: clal Govt : :Change
cial : 1970* : 1970* :from :: cial : 1970* : 1970* :from :: 1970* 1970* : 1970* :from
: 1970* : : :1969 :: 1970* : : :1969 :: 3/ : / :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. :37.9 : 161.3 : 199.2 : + 7 :: 307.4 :1.5 : 308.9 :- 5 :: 165.5 : 63.6 :229.1 -40
Sept. : 25.6 : 147.9 : 173.5 :+12 :286.6 : 3.4 : 290.0 : 6 :144.8 : 70.0 :214.8 -37
Oct. : : : : ::
Nov. : : : :
Dec. : : : : :
Preliminary. 1/ End of month. 2/ "Cold Storage Report," SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, Condensed and
Dry Milk," SRS. 4/ "Summary of Processed Commodities in Store," ASCS.



Table 20.--U.S.D.A. purchases (Delivery basis), January 1970 to date, with comparisons
:Milk equivalent of net
Butter _/ American cheese 1/ Nonfat dry milk / :U.S.D.A. purchases /
Month :
1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969 1970 1969
1 000 : 1 Ib. : 000 lb. Mil. lb.

Jan. :13,998 :19,513 : 3/ 1,949 : 198 : 24,943 : 42,677 : 316 : 415
Feb. 27,282 :25,270 : / 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. : 4,928 534 5,700 : 0 35,948 :29,216 165 47
Oct.
Nov.
Dec. : :
Year to :229,497 181,868 43,870 22,408 :4/357,123 357,215 5/ 5,341 5/4,195
date : :
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 28,301 thousand pounds, January to date.
5/ Includes purchase of evaporated milk of 49 million pounds, January to dare 1970 and 147 million
pounds, January to date 1969.







Federal Order Milk UseA in Manufactured Dairy Products, 1959-1969


Producer deliveries of milk to handlers regulated under Federal milk orders represented nearly 56 percent
of all milk delivered to plants and dealers in the United States in 1969. Approximately two-thirds of
these deliveries were used in the production of fluid milk products, and as such represented almost
75 percent of the total fluid products sold in the country. Approximately one-third of these deliveries
was used in the production of nonfluid milk products, and as such represented about 40 percent of the
milk utilized in nonfluid products in the country. In contrast, Federal order deliveries in 1959
represented 40 percent of all milk marketing; 50 percent of the total fluid product sales; and,
23 percent of the milk utilized in nonfluid products in the country.

The amount of whole milk equivalents used in all manufactured products in the United States in 1969 was
not noticeably different from the amount used in 1959. (See table 21.) The relative uses of milk in
the various manufactured products, however, were noticeably different. Milk used in butter production
represented the single largest use of milk available for manufactured products in both years. However,
the relative importance of butter as a use for milk has been decreasing (49 percent of the milk used in
manufacturing products was used in butter in 1959, 40.6 percent in 1969). Historically, cheese has repre-
sented the second largest use of milk available for manufactured products; and the importance of cheese
as an outlet for milk has been increasing (21.6 percent in 1959 to 30.2 percent in 1969). The importance
of frozen dairy products (including ice cream) and condensed milk, creamed cottage cheese, and evaporated
and dry whole milk, and other factory products as uses for milk varied slightly from 1959 to 1969.

In Federal orders, whole milk equivalents used in the production of manufactured dairy products totaled
23.0 billion pounds in 1969, considerably more than 13.4 billion pounds used in manufactured products in
1959. This increase is associated with the growth of the Federal milk order program. (It is interesting
to note that the volume of unregulated Grade A milk used in manufactured products decreased slightly,
from 5.1 billion pounds in 1959 to 4.0 billion pounds in 1969.) In order to ensure an adequate supply of
milk for fluid products at all times in Federal order markets, some reserve supply is necessary and desir-
able. In addition to day-to-day and seasonal variations in deliveries from producers, purchases of milk
by consumers show considerable variations from day to day and from month to month. Because of these
variations, reserve supplies of milk are a necessary and an inevitable part of the milk supply of any
fluid milk market. The volume of reserve milk available for use in various manufactured products varies
from market to market and from month to month, depending upon such factors as local milk production and
consumption patterns, market organization and institutional arrangements, extent and location of the
marketing area, etc.

Comparing the relationship of milk used in manufactured products in 1959 and 1969 indicates that the
importance of various dairy products as an outlet for Federal order milk is changing. In both years,
frozen desserts (including ice cream) represented the largest manufacturing use of available Federal order
milk, accounting for 35 percent of the available milk in 1969, and 40 percent in 1959. The proportion of
available Federal order milk used in butter decreased from 1959 to 1969, while that used in cheese
increased. This situation is similar to that which occurred in the U.S. as a whole. The proportions of
Federal order milk used in other manufactured products changed only slightly.

Federal order milk used in manufactured products is increasing as a proportion of the total milk used in
manufactured products in the U.S. In 1969, Federal order milk accounted for 39.4 percent of all milk
used in manufactured products, up from 23.0 percent in 1959. The percentage of each product produced with
Federal order milk increased for all products from 1959 to 1969. In 1969, Federal order milk was used to
produce at least 25 percent of every manufactured producer except cheese. By contrast, in 1959 cottage
cheese and frozen desserts were the only products produced from at least 25 percent Federal order milk.

The relative importance of cottage cheese and frozen desserts made from Federal order milk is associated
with the nature of the order program and with the nature of the products themselves. Handlers regulated
under Federal milk orders are primarily handlers of fluid milk. Like fluid milk products, cottage cheese
and frozen dairy products are perishable and bulky. Also, there is a general demand for these products
on most fluid milk routes. Therefore, they are often processed in the same plants where fluid milk is
processed and packaged. For these reasons, cottage cheese and frozen dairy products have become closely
associated with fluid milk markets, and their production and distribution have become an integral part of
many fluid milk operations. As the scope of the Federal order program has expanded in relation to the
total fluid milk industry, so has the production and handling of these manufactured products by order
handlers increased in relation to total U.S. production. The data in table 21 compares Federal order
reserve whole milk equivalents used in the production of various manufactured products during 1969 with
like figures for 1959, and total whole milk equivalents used in the production of all manufactured
products in the U.S. in 1959 and 1969.

Handlers regulated under Federal milk orders are engaged primarily in the production of fluid milk
products and, as such, may have only limited facilities for processing manufactured products. In some
markets, much of the reserve milk, especially the seasonal reserve, is diverted or transferred to
non-order plants for processing.





In 1969, approximately 60 percent of the reserve Federal order was transferred or diverted to non-order
.plants for use in manufactured products (excludes New York where such information is not available).
This relationship, however, is not the same in all markets, nor is it the same for all products. In the
case of reserve milk used in butter and cheese, 31 percent was used in pool plants, the remainder was
transferred or diverted to non-order plants. Of the reserve milk used in frozen desserts and condensed
milk, one-half was used in pool plants; and in the case of cottage cheese, almost 70 percent of the
reserve milk used in this product was used in pool plants. Table 23 shows for individual Federal order
markets, the percentage of reserve milk used in manufactured dairy products and the percentage of total
reserve utilized in pool plants and non-order plants.

Because of the nature of milk production and the perishability and demand for fluid milk products, the
amount of milk utilized in manufactured products has a noticeable seasonality during the year. As might
be expected, the amount of reserve milk utilized in butter and cheese is greatest in the flush production
months of April, May, and June. Reserve milk used in frozen desserts is greatest in the summer months
of June, July, and August. The seasonality pattern of milk used in cottage cheese shows the fluctuation
and is quite similar to that of fluid milk products. Table 22 compares the seasonality of Federal order
reserve milk utilized in manufactured products in 1969.






Table 21.--Whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products in the United States, and Federal order
whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products, 1959 and 1969 1/

SUnited States :: Federal order markets
S 1959 : 1969 :: 1959 : 1969
Manufactured dairy :Total :Pct. of :Total :Pct. of ::Total :Pct. of :pct. of :Total :Pct. of :Pct. of
'products :produc- :total :produc- :total ::produc- : F.O. : U.S. :produc- : P.. : U.S.
:tion :factory :tion :factory ::tion :factory :factory :tion :factory :factory
: 2/ :products: 2/ :products:: / :products:products: 3/ :products:products
:Mil. lb.:Percent :Mil. lb.:Percent ::Mil. lb.:Percent :Percent :Mil. lb.:Percent :Percent

Butter : 28,500 : 49.0 : 23,700 : 40.6 :: 4,976 : 37.2 : 17.5 : 8,113 : 35.3 : 34.2
Cheese 4/ : 12,600 : 21.6 : 17,600 : 30.2 :: 1,266 : 9.5 : 10.0 : 3,739 : 16.3 : 21.2
Frozen desserts and
condensed whole milk : 10,500 : 18.0 : 11,900 : 20.4 :: 5,405 : 40.4 : 51.5 : 8,172 : 35.5 : 68.7
Cottage cheese, creamed : 900 : 1.5 :1,200 : 2.1 ::5/ 511 : 3.8 : 56.8 :5/ 962 : 4.2 :80.2
Evaporated and dry
whole milk and other ::
factory products : 5,700 : 9.9 : 3,900 : 6.7 ::6/1,220 : 9.1 : 21.4 :6/1,997 : 8.7 : 51.2


Total factory products : 58,200 : 100.0 : 58,300 : 100.0 :: 13,378 : 100.0 : 23.3 : 22.983 : 100.0 : 39.4


1/ Data represent whole milk equivalent based on milkfat content.
2/ "Production of Manufactured Dairy Products," Da 2-1(60)(70), USDA-SRS.
3/ Market administrators' bulletins and product reports. 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 non-order plants for processing. Some of the data are preliminary and partially estimated.
4/ All cheese except creamed cottage cheese.
5/ May include small quantities of other cheeses such as pot, bakers', etc.
7/ Partially estimated and includes milk used in candy, soup, bakery products, etc.


















Table 22.--Seasonality of milk utilized in manufactured products in Federal order
markets. Milk used in selected manufactured dairy products as a percentage of
the monthly average use for the year, 1969

:: : Frozen : :
S: desserts : Cottage Evaporated and
Month : Butter : Cheese : and : cheese dry whole milk
S: condensed : creamed :and other
: whole milk : :factory products
Percent

January : 110.7 75.2 84.2 87.9 81.1
February : 100.2 75.3 82.9 90.4 76.6
March : 111.2 95.2 92.7 106.1 94.0
April : 116.1 113.8 102.2 104.4 106.5
May 131.1 136.0 111.6 111.3 133.9
June : 114.4 136.2 123.4 105.1 132.2
July : 90.2 106.1 127.6 104.5 103.8
August : 77.2 99.4 117.8 99.8 113.4
September : 64.4 81.8 104.2 98.4 91.7
October : 82.9 81.0 93.9 98.3 84.6
November : 87.0 81.0 76.2 93.7 77.3
December : 114.6 119.0 83.3 100.1 104.9





Table 23.--Whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products in selected marketing
areas defined by Federal milk orders and percentage of such milk utilized in pool plants
and non-order plants, 1969 1/


Percent
used in
Marketing area
Butter .Cheese


NEW ENGLAND
Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H.
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
Upstate Michigan
Southern Michigan
Northwestern Ohio
Eastern Ohio-Western Pa.
Columbus
Miami Valley
Cincinnati
Michigan Upper Peninsula
Chicago Regional
Louisville-Lexington-Evans.
Indiana
Southern Illinois
Central Illinois

WEST NORTH CENTRAL
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 Minn.-N. Iowa


17.0 : 25.0
* : 6.0


*


1.9
49.1
9.6
38.5
*
*
*


52.4
42.4
25.1
19.3
43.7
41.1
7.5
34.5
36.0
38.0
48.3
70.5
29.8


84.4
79.2
85.7
71.3
86.6
95.1
53.3
73.4
64.8
86.0
90.0


: *


3.3
*
.9
5.4
*
*
2.5


28.0
7.5
*
13.0
5.2
3.1
5.0
43.8
34.5
21.1
5.9
8.9
4.6


3.8
6.9
4.5
10.6
2.9
1.8
5.2
1.0
.7
.2
1.2


age of whole milk 2/ :: Percentage of
manufactured products :: whole milk 2/
: Frozen : : Other :: utilized at:
:desserts &: Cottage :factory :: : Non-
:condensed : cheese :products :: Pl : order
:whole milk: : plan : plants
Percent :: Percent


: 47.3 : 4.0 : 6.7 :: 45.6 : 54.4
: 91.6 : 1.6 : .8 :: 42.5 : 57.5
::

: 16.0 : 33.4 : 50.6 :: 11.4 : 88.6


88.4 : 2.0 : 4.4 :: 46.5 : 53.5
: 47.9 : 2.8 : .2 :: 84.8 : 15.2
: 50.6 : 5.5 : 33.4 :: 74.4 : 25.6
: 35.0 : 3.1 : 18.0 :: 18.5 :81.5
: 68.9 : 31.1 : :: 50.3 : 49.7
: 95.7 : 4.3 :: 61.1 :38.9
: 92.8 : 4.7 : 77.6 :22.4
::

: 11.8 : 7.8 :: 44.1 :55.9
: 42.4 : 5.3 : 2.4 :: 45.9 :54.1
: 57.7 : 11.8 : 5.4 :: 27.1 : 72.9
55.1 : 5.1 : 7.5 :: 36.7 :63.3
: 43.7 5.5 : 1.9 :: 23.7 :76.3
: 51.7 : 3.1 : 1.0 :: 29.2 :70.8
: 47.6 : 5.8 : 34.1 :: 47.7 :52.3
: 19.2 : 2.5 : :66.6 :33.4
19.9 2.2 : 7.4 :: 15.9 :84.1
27.5 5.0 : 8.4 :: 22.9 :77.1
: 30.8 : 5.5 : 9.5 :: 25.9 74.1
14.5 : 3.9 : 2.2 :: 31.1 : 68.9
: 42.8 6.8 : 16.0 :: 44.6 :55.4
::

: 11.6 : .2 : :: 97.9 : 2.1
: 11.8 : 1.4 : .7 :: 73.0 : 27.0
8.5 1.3 : :: 94.0 : 6.0
: 15.8 2.3 : :: 23.9 : 76.1
7.4 1.7 : 1.4 :: 21.9 : 78.1
: 3.0 : .1 :: 4.7 : 95.3
: 33.6 : 7.7 : .2 :: 14.4 : 85.6
19.7 : 5.9 : :: 17.5 : 82.5
: 28.0 : 4.5 : 2.0 :: 66.7 :33.3
: 12.1 : 1.7 : :: 26.1 :73.9
5.4 : 3.0 : .4 :: 28.2 :71.8

Continued





Table 23.--Whole milk used in the production of manufactured dairy products in selected marketing
areas defined by Federal milk orders and percentage of such milk utilized in pool plants


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON.
St. Louis-Ozarks
Kansas City
Neosho Valley
Wichita

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL
Paducah
Nashville
Memphis
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Mississippi
Georgia

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
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

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


:34.0
:48.9
:45.0
:51.4


:26.5
:18.2
:18.4
: 31.1
:31.0
:27.9
3.3


8.6
*
69.8
9.8
.8
: .9
23.4
15.1
30.1
.4
43.0
.2
38.4
10.7


17.7
33.6
12.3
35.5
2.0


25.6
8.3
6.2
15.7


36.2
19.8
.3
39.2
7.6
7.4
2.2


11.9
*
2.3
15.4
57.1
31.5
1.6
13.3
8.7
*

73.0
1.7
3.5


17.1
31.3
9.3
.3
5.9


30.9
31.0
8.1
28.5


37.2
34.9
76.5
18.1
35.1
62.8
85.0


64.0
' 96.3
23.8
69.0
33.9
63.0
70.6
63.8
52.2
94.0
50.2
22.3
50.2
84.3


44.8
30.8
59.0
55.3
79.1


9.3
11.4
5.7
4.4


.1
3.1
4.7
3.6
2.8
1.9
2.1


3.3
3.4
3.8
5.8
8.2
4.6
4.4
7.6
3.5
5.6
6.8
4.5
9.7
.7


6.9
4.2
8.8
8.7
11.8


PACIFIC


Puget Sound : 32.5 : 17.3 : 25.6 : 3.5 :
Inland Empire : 44.8 : 15.2 : 34.5 : 5.2 :

Indicates no surplus milk used in such products, or less than 0
1/ Includes producer milk and some other source milk used to produ
products in regulated pool plants as well as milk diverted and ship
processing. Some of the data are partially estimated.
2/ Data represent whole milk equivalent based on milkfat content.
3/ Includes evaporated and dry whole milk, milk used in candy, sou


and non-order plants, 1969 1/ -Con.
:Percentage of whole milk 2/
: used in manufactured products
: : : Frozen : :
Marketing area
:Marketi : C e :desserts &: Cottage :
Butter Cheese
B : :condensed : cheese
: ::whole milk:
Percent


:Percentage of
:: whole milk 2/
Other :: utilized at:
factory :: : Non-
products:: : order
3/ :: plats : plants
S Percent

0.2 :: 40.1 : 59.9
.4 :: 40.1 : 59.9
35.0 :: 42.0 : 58.0
:: 25.8 : 74.2


:: 22.0 : 78.0
24.0 : 12.6 : 87.4
.1 :: 59.7 : 40.3
8.0 :: 10.3 : 89.7
23.5 :: 24.6 : 75.4
: 26.1 : 73.9
7.4 :: 67.8 :32.2


12.2 :: 44.8 : 55.2
.3 : 24.9 : 75.1
.3 :: 81.1 : 18.9
: 68.4 : 31.6
21.1 : 78.9
:: 34.2 : 65.8
: 43.2 : 56.8
.2 :: 42.8 :57.2
5.5 :: 39.6 : 60.4
:: 71.6 : 28.4
: 61.7 : 38.3
:: 46.0 : 54.0
:: 53.0 : 47.0
.8 : 33.8 :66.2


13.5 :: 43.2 : 56.8
.1 :: 55.8 : 44.2
10.6 :: 44.1 : 55.9
.2 :: 69.8 : 30.2
1.2 :: 65.7 : 34.3


21.1 :: 81.8 : 18.2
.3 :: 52.8 : 47.2

1.05 percent.
ice manufactured dairy
,ed to nonpool plants for


ip, bakery products, etc.






Major Order Actions, September 1970


Amendments:

Chicago Regional September 1 (35 FR 12263, 7/31/70). This amendment adds the Wisconsin
Counties of Adams, Green Lake, Marquette, Menominee, and Waushara, to the Chicago Regional
marketing area. Population (1960 Census) 10,084,400.

Action permits a pool distributing plant operator to be a handler on bulk tank milk delivered
to another pool distributing plant. Action also permits a government owned dairy farm to
request non-producer status on milk delivered to a pool plant for custom processing.
Amendment requires that a reload facility be a building approved by an appropriate health
authority which has facilities adequate for cleaning tank trucks.

The Class I differential is increased from $1.20 to $1.26. This amendment adds three new
price zones within 70 miles of Chicago. (a) Zone I no adjustment rate. Zone I consists of
the territory within 40 miles of the city hall in Chicago. (b) Zone 2 minus 2 cents
adjustment rate. Zone 2 consists of the territory beyond Zone I but within 55 miles of the
city hall in Chicago. (c) Zone 3 minus 4 cents adjustment rate. Zone 3 consists of the
territory beyond Zone 2 but within 70 miles of the city hall in Chicago. (d) Zone 4 minus
six cents adjustment rate. Zone 4 consists of the territory beyond Zone 3 but within 85 miles
of the city hall in Chicago, plus Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and Winnebago County, Illinois.
(e) Additional zones for plants located beyond Zone 4, adjustment rate is an additional
two cents for each 15 miles or fraction thereof over 85 miles The territory beyond 85 miles,
but not to exceed 100 miles, shall be Zone 5 and each successive 15-mile area shall be an
additional zone.

Georgia September 1 (35 FR 12263, 7/31/70). This amendment continues the Class I price at
its present level for an indefinite period. The Class I price is the Minnesota-Wisconsin
price for the preceding month plus $2.10 and plus 20 cents.

Nashville September 1 (35 FR 13784, 8/29/70). This amendment provides that milk may be
diverted for Class II use between Nashville pool plants and plants regulated under other orders
if the operators of both plants report to their respective market administrators that such
milk is intended for Class II use.

Action provides that a distributing plant meeting the pooling requirements of more than one
order continue to be regulated under the order to which it had been subject until the third
consecutive month in which its sales in another marketing area exceed those in the original
marketing area.

Paducah September I (35 FR 13826, 9/1/70). This amendment provides for milk delivered to pool
plants from farms of member producers to be a receipt at a cooperative association supply
plant for the purpose of qualifying such plant as a pool plant, if two-thirds of the milk of
member producers is delivered to pool plants, either directly or from the cooperative plant.

Suspensions:

Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania September 1 (35 FR 13281, 8/20/70). This suspension will
result in milk that is diverted to a supply plant from other plants not being considered a
part of the supply plant's receipts in determining if the supply plant has met the shipping
requirements for pooling.

Inland Empire September 1 (35 FR 14985, 9/26/70). For the period September through
November 1970, this suspension removes the requirement that a producer must deliver at least
six days' production to a pool plant during each of these months to be eligible to divert his
milk to a nonpool plant.

Terminations:

Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania September 17 (35 FR 14539, 9/17/70). This termination order
will continue under the recently amended order, the present Class I classification of fluid milk
products that are transferred from a pool plant to a producer-handler plant.

Ohio Valley September 17 (35 FR 14539, 9/17/70). This termination order will result in the
Class I classification of all fluid milk products that are transferred from a pool plant to a
producer-handler plant.





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