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Began between 1959/1960 and 1961/1962.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1968/1969 (Apr. 1970)
Numbering Peculiarities:
Data for turkeys on farms are for Jan. 1 of the suceeeding year and published in April (e.g. 1961/1962, Jan. 1, 1962/1963, published Apr. 1963)
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Description based on: 1961/1962; title from caption.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
WASHINGTON 25, D. C.








FARM PRODUCTION, DISPOSITION

AND GROSS INCOME




TURKEYS
1 46-**6**
ikA^6? ,


TURKEYS ON FARMS, JANUARY 1
1962 1963






BY STATES

APRIL 1963


Pou 3-1-1 (63)





CONTENTS


Page


Comments ..................................


Production, disposition,

gross income, 1961 .


Production, disposition,

gross income, 1962 .


and

. ... *C.... ... ...... *


All turkeys on farms and value .................


Average live weight per bird sold ..............


Heavy and light breeds on farms ...............


Death los s ...................................


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TURKEYS

Farm Production, Disposition, and Gross Income
1961-62


The number of turkeys raised in 1962 was 92. 3 million birds, 15 percent less
than the record crop of 108. 1 million i. 1961, according to the Crop Reporting
Board. The gross income from turkeys in 1962 was $352 million, 1 percent below
the 1961 gross income of $356 million. T~he average price received in 1962 for
turkeys sold was 21.6 cents per pound, compared with 18.9 cents per pound the pre-
vious year. Turkey prices during the first 6 months of 1962 were below a year
earlier, while the last 6 months were well above the previous year.

There were fewer turkeys raised in 1962 than in 1961 in all regions. De -
creases were 21 percent in the West North Central, 20 percent in the North Atlan-
tic, 18 percent in the South Atlantic, 17 percent in the South Central, 13 percent in
the East North Central, and 3 percent in the West. The West North Central States,
the region of largest production, raised 33 percent of the Nation's turkeys in 1962,
the West 28 percent, the East North Central 16 percent, the South Atlantic and the
South Central 10 percent each, and the North Atlantic 3 percent.

The gross income in 1962 was less than in 1961 in all regions except two.
Decreases were 13 percent in the North Atlantic, 9 percent in the South Central,
5 percent in the South Atlantic, and 2 percent in the West North Central. These
decreases were nearly offset by a 1 percent increase in the East North Central and
a 6 percent increase in the West.

Breeds Raised: Turkey growers raised 83.5 million heavy breed turkeys in 1962,
compared with 95.4 million a year earlier--down 12 percent. The 1962 heavy
breed turkey crop included 31.4 million heavy white, and 52. 1 million other heavy.
This compares with the 1961 crop of 32. 6 million heavy white, and 62. 8 million
other heavy. The number of light breed turkeys raised in 1962 was 8. 8 million,
31 percent below the 12.7 million raised in 1961.

Turkeys Sold: There were 92. 0 million head of turkeys sold in 1962 (including home
consumption), 15 percent less than the 108. 2 million sold in 1961. Growers indicat-
ed that they sold as fryer-roaster 77 percent of their light breed production, 30 per-
cent of the heavy whites, and 1 percent of the other heavies.

The death loss of poults in 1962 was 8.9 percent of those started, compared
with 9. 6 percent in 1961. Loss of breeding stock during 1962 as a percent of
breeders on hand January 1, 1962 was 5.9 percent, compared with 5. 3 percent a
year earlier.

January 1 Breeder Hens: The number of heavy breed turkey hens on hand January 1,
1963 was 3, 502, 000 birds, 1 percent less than a year earlier. Light breed hens
totaled 367, 000, up 15 percent from January 1, 1962. The number of other turkeys
(market birds and breeder toms) on hand January 1, 1963 was 2, 729, 000 birds, 4
percent more than a year earlier.


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Turkeys: parm production, disposition, and gross income, by States, 1961


Raised l/
State :


and
division


Maine ......
N.H .......
Vt........
Mass. .....
R.I. .......
Conn. .....
N.Y. .......
N.J .......
Pa. ........
N.A. ......
Ohio .......
Ind .......
Ill .......
Mich. ......
Wis. .......
E.N.C. ....
Minn. .....
Iowa .......
Mo. ........
N.Dak. ....
S.Dak .....
Nebr. .....
Kans.
W.N.C. ... :
Del. .....
Md. ......
Va. ......
W.Va.

S.C.
Ga. .......

Fla. .......
S.A. ......
N.KyC. .......


Tenn. ......
Aa. .......
iss. ......
Ar .......
La. ........

Okla. .......
Texas ......
. ......
Mont. ......
Idaho .....
wyo .......
Colo ......
N.Mex. .....
Ariz. ......
Utah .......
Nev. .......
*lash.......
Oreg. ......
Calif. .....
West. .....
U.S. ......


*
:*


Lnst : Produced : Chane in inventory 4/
Increase Decrease
SIncrease Decrease


Thousands Thousands
2
1
1
9
1


Heavy
breeds
Thousands
58
89
38
500
25
251
699
166
1,441
3,.267
2,545
3,724
1,163
1,267
6,177
14,876
16,678

8,880
4,764
1,225
752
1,420
1,125


Light :
breeds
Thousands
0
0
0
7
0
27
74
14
212
334
1,089
357
183
147
43
1.,819
1,939
956
935
7
311
57
59
4.264


132 114 246 246 ---
165 14 179 1 178 1
1,749 3,603 5,352 16 5,336 55
340 607 947 2 945 1
2,754 16 2,770 5 2,765 3
882 24 906 2 904 3
556 114 670 1 669 14
70 180 250 2 248 1


6 648
761
138
311
146
2,831
58
1,557
4,650
10.4052


4,672
3
1
19
4
351
5
100
150
633


11,320
764
139
330
150
3,182
63
1,657
4,800
1.085


29
3
1
2
1
4
1
3
16
U1


11,291
761
138
328
149
3,178
62
1,654
4,784
11.054


40
6
3
48
9
19
2
30

168


15 1 16 o 16 ---
245 15 260 1 259 6
8 3 11 0 11 1
1,973 24 1,997 1 1,996 4
34 4 38 o 38 6
107 0 107 0 107 1
3,669 168 3,837 3 3,834 46
S1 0 1 -
478 10 488 1 487 18
1,589 213 1,802 13 1,789 20
17,194 571 17.765 62 17,703 232
25.313 1,009 26,322 81 26.241 150
05.400 12.731 108.191 252 107.879 282


See footnotes on opposite pace.


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Total
Thousands
58
89
38
507
25
278
773
180
1,653
3,601
3,634
4,o81
1,346
1,414
6 220
16,695
18,617
9,836
5,699
1,232
1,063
1,477
1 184
39 .108


Thousands
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
2
6
13
3
3
5
8
32
41
13
9
3
1
2
4
73


I


~


I


III


--


--~ -~


I


Thousands
58-
88
38
506
25
277
772
180
1,651
3,595
3,621
4,078
1,343
1,409
6,212
16,663
18,576
9,823
5,690
1,229
1,062
1,475
1,180
39.035


17
140
51
28


4
9
210


3
7
9
--- ---
11
10


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Turkeys: Farm production, disposition, and gross income, by States, 1961 (Continued)

State Price
and Sold Produced Sold per : Gross
division : 2 3/ pound : income
: Thousands 1,000 pounds 1,000 pounds Cents 1,000 dollars
Maine .......: 60 1,096 1,134 -E 30
N.H. ........: 89 1,636 1,655 25.3 419
Vt. .........: 39 706 725 26.8 194
Mass. ........: 515 9,412 9,579 28.7 2,749
R.I ........: 26 505 525 29.5 155
Conn. .......: 274 5,263 5,206 30.1 1,567
N.Y. ........: 770 14,900 14,861 28.1 4,176
N.J. ........: 170 3,510 3,315 27.9 925
Pa. ..........: 1,649 30,214 30,177 26.9 8,118
N.A. .......: 3,592 67,242 67,177 27.7 18,607
Ohio ........: 3,626 60,b32 60,950 19.0 11,580
Ind. ......... 4,087 76,667 76,836 18.3 14,061
Ill. ........: 1,343 25,786 25,786 19.1 4,925
Mich. .......: 1,420 27,194 27,406 18.8 5,152
Wis. .......: 6,202 88,832 88,689 18.6 16,496
E.N.C. .....: 16,6o0 279,311 279,667 18.7 52,214
Minn. .......: 18,716 25',070 288,226 17.6 50,728
Iowa ........: 9,874 173,867 174,770 16.8 29,361
Mo. ..........: 5,718 103,558 104,068 15.8 16,443
N.Dak. ......: 1,212 23,228 22,907 17.8 4,077
S.Dak .......: 1,057 15,505 15,432 18.1 2,793
Nebr. ....... : 1,479 28,910 28,988 16.8 4,870
Kana. .......: 1,189 21,358 21,521 17.5 3,766
W.N.C. .....: 39,245 652,496 655,912 17.1 112,038
Del. ........: 246 3,911 3,911 20.9 817
Md ......... : 177 3,275 3,257 19.7 642
Va. ..........: 5,391 58,162 58,762 18.7 10,988
W.Va. .......: 946 11,624 11,636 19.5 2,269
.C. .........: 2,762 51,982 51,926 22.7 11,787
S.C ........ : 907 17,356 17,414 21.6 3,761
Ga. .........: 655 12,310 12,052 23.0 2,772
Fla. ........: 247 3,199 3,186 25.7 819
S.A. .......: 11,331 161,819 162,144 20.9 33,855
Ky. .........: 767 14,383 14,496 18.7 2,711
Tenn. .......: 141 2,622 2,679 21.2 568
Ala. ........: 376 6,265 7,182 21.9 1,573
Miss. .......: 158 2,861 3,034 20.9 634
Ark. .......: 3,197 57,839 58,185 18.8 10,939
La ......... : 64 1,172 1,210 24.0 290
Okla. .......: 1,684 32,915 33,512 18.1 6,066
Texas .......: 4,835 90,896 91,865 19.6 18,006
S.C .......: 11,222 208,953 212,163 19.2 40,7U7
Mont. .......: 16 302 302 22.0 66
Idaho .......: 253 4,481 4,377 20.8 910
Wyo. ........: 12 189 206 21.8 45
Colo. .......: 1,992 39,121 39,043 22.7 8,863
N.Mex. ......: 44 695 805 19.4 156
Ariz. .......: 108 2,129 2,149 22.2 477
Utah ........: 3,880 76,680 77,600 18.2 14,123
Nev. .......: 1 20 20 18.0 4
Wash. .......: 505 9,643 9,999 18.4 1,840
Oreg. .......: 1,809 33,633 34,009 19.2 6,530
Calif ........: 17,471 341,668 337,190 19.4 65,415
West. ......: 26,091 50b,561 505,700 19.5 96,429
U.S.......: 108, 161 1,17,3 32 1,t82,763 b1.9 355,930
Does not include young turkeys lost.
SLoss during the year of turkeys on hand January 1. Less than 500 is shown as 0.
/ Production is the number (or pounds) available for utilization during the year, i.e., sales plus
hom consumption plus or minus the change in inventory. Production also equals the number
(or pounds) raised minus death loss of birds on hand January 1.
j Change in inventory numbers during the year.
:/ Includes consumption in households of producers which is less than 1 percent of production for the
United States. 5 -






Turkeys: Farm production, disposition, and gross income, by States, 1962


State
and


division


Maine ......
N.H........
Vt .......
.3ss. ......
R.I. .......
Conn. ......
N.Y. ..*****
N.J. .......
Pa. ........
N.A. ......
Ohio .......
Ind. .......
Ill. .......
Mich. ......
Wis. .......
E.N.C ....
:inn. ......
Iowa .......
Mo. ........
N.Dak ......
S.Dak .....
Nebr. ......
Kans. ......
W.N.C. ....
Del .......
Md. ........
Va. ........
W.Va. ......

N.C.o o.....

Fla. .......
S.A. ......
Kya. .......
Tenn. ......
Ala. ......
Miss ......
Ark. ......
1La. o.o.....
Okla. ......
Texas ......
S.C ......
Mont. &Idaho.
Wyo. .......
Col. ....
N..Kex. .....
Ariz. ......
Utah ......
Hev. .......
Wash. ......
Oreg ......
Calif. ....
West.. ....
U.S. .....


Heavy
:breeds
:Thoi.'sands
S 29
72
25
343
42
212
553
146
1, 242
2,60'i
2,601
S 3,089
1,010
S 1.017
' 5,439

S 13,40
S 6,974
3,505
971
677
1,067
817
S 27.451


R... 1 27
: Lizht : Total
: bhreds :


Thousands
0
2
0
13


1
5
50
10
126
207
851
278
66
80



918
598
2
153
84
17
3. 357


*ho' sands
29
74
25
356
43
217
603
156
1,368
2,871
3,452
3,367
1,076
1,097
5, 527
14 5190
15,125
7,792
4,103
973
830
1,151
834
30.800


Lost :
_./
Thousands
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
2
6
11
3
3
6


41
10
7
3
1
2
3
67


: Change in inventory 4/
Produced :
/ : Increase : Decrease


Thousands
29
73
25
355
43
216
602
156
1,366
2,866
3,441
3,364
1,073
1,091
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15,0o4
7,782
4,096
970
829
1,149
831
30.741


Thousands


1


Thousands

2
2


30


37


9


107 29 136 0 136 4
219 14 233 1 232 1
2,125 1,920 4,045 10 4,035 9
337 686 1,023 1 1,022 4
2,337 8 2,345 6 2,339 -- --
621 11 632 2 630 8
558 105 663 1 662 18
55 183 238 1 237 2
6,359 2.956 9,315 22 9,293 12
502 3 805 5 o00 1
113 1 114 i 113 5
198 40 238 2 236 -- --
160 3 163 2 161 6
2,270 208 2,478 5 2,373 16
47 3 50 1 49 2
1,214 70 1,284 3 1,281 2
4,071 12 4,083 9 4,074 16
8,875 340 9,215 2b 9.187 20
23 43 281 1 2 4
4 0 4 0 4 1
1,619 13 1,632 1 1,631 5
27 0 27 0 27 2
179 1 180 0 180 2
3,437 71 3,508 2 3,506 12
1 0 1 0 1 -
518 4 522 1 521 2
1,333 157 1,490 12 1,478 17
17,647 316 17,963 79 17,884 87
25,00 605 25,608 96 25,512 104
85.507 8.829 92. 16 252 92.084 110


See foot t. n opposite page.


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Turkeys: Farm production, disposition, and gross income, by States, 1962 (Continued)

State *
and : Sold : Produced : Price : Gross
division : / / : Sold : per pound : income
: Thousands 1,000 pounds 1,000 pounds Cents 1,000 dollars


Maiue ........:
N.H .........:
Vt. ..........:
Mass. ........:
R.I. .........:
Conn. .......$
N.Y. .........
N.J .........:
Pa. ..........:
N.A. ........:
Ohio .........:
Ind. .........:
Ill. .........:
Mich. ........:
Wis. .........:
E.N.C. ......3
Minn. ........:
Iowa .*........:
Mo. ..........:
N.Dak. .......:
S.Dak. .......:
Nebr. ........
Kans. :
W.N.C. .....:
Del. ..........:
Md. ..........:
Va. ..........:
W.Va. ........:
.C0. ..........:
S.C. .........:
Ga. ..........:
Fla. .........:
S.A. ........:
Ky. ..........
Tenn. ........:
Ala. .........:
Miss. ........:
Ark. .........:
La. .........
Okla. ........
Texas ........:
B.C. ........:
Mont. & Idaho6i
Wyo. .........:
Colo. .........:
N.Mex. .......:
Ariz........:
Utah .........:
ev. .........:
Wash. ........:
Oreg. ........:
Calif. .......:
West. .......:
U.S. ........ :


29
75
24
358
43
222
615
163
1,366

3,425
3,351
1,069
1,085

14,449
15,051
7,755
4,111
981
842
1,154
856
30,750
132
233
4,026
1,018
2,339
638
680
239
9,305
801
118
236
167
2,457
51
1,279
4,o058

2M
5
1,636
29
178
3,494
1
523
1,461
17,797
25,408
91.974


534
1,322
480
6,567
869
4,191
11,619
3,105
26, 5oo
p5,1bT
58,842
64,252
21,460
21,492
73,928
239,2L4
232,293
140,855
77,414
17,751
13,015
21,945
15,374
518,647
2, 461
4,408
49,227
12,570
45,377
12,285
12,048

141t481
15,920
2,192
4,295
3,075
44,266
907
24,467
79,851
74,213
4, 856
73
32,784
524
3,546
70,821
20
10,055
27,934
348,738
499,351
1.629.61A


5- -
1,358
461
6,623
869
4,307
11,870
3,244
26,500
55,76
58,568
64,004
21,380
21,374
73,955
239,2d1
231,785
140,366
77,698
17,952
13,219
22,041
15,836
518,897

4,427
49,117
12,521
45,377
12,441
12,376
3,131
141 779
15,940
2,289
4,295
3,190
43,980
944
24,429

17,604
4,925
91
32,884
563
3,507
70,579
20
10,094
27,613
347,042

1.627.6459


/ Does not include young turkeys lost.
Loss during the year of turkeys on hand January 1. Less than 500 is shown as 0.
SProduction is the number (or pounds) available for utilization during the year, i.e., sales plus
home consumption plus or minus the change in inventory. Production also equals the number
(or pounds) raised minus death loss of birds on hand January 1.
4/ Change in inventory numbers during the year.
2/ Includes consumption in households of producers which is less than 1 percent of production for
the U. S.
6/ Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.
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29.3
28.4
29.3
31.5
32.5
32.3
30.2
27.3
27.6
29.1
22.6
21.9
22.3
22.7
21.1
21.9
21.1
21.7
20.5
21.3
21.1
20.7
20.6
21.1
23.7
23.5
23.4
21.5
21.7
22.1
22.8
26.2
22.6
21.1
22.3
21.8
22.1
21.5
24.5
21.4
21.2
21.4
22.3
22.4
23.3
20.1
25.8
21.0
22.5
20.1
22.1
20.5
20.9
21.6


156
386
135
2,086
282
1,391
3,585
886
7,314
10,221
13,236
14,017
4,768
4,852
15,605

48,907
30,459
15,928
3,824
2,789
4,562
3,262
10o9731
566
1,040
11,493
2,692
9,847
2,749
2,822
820
32,029
3,363
510
936
705
9,456
231
5,228
16,862
37,291
1,098
20
7,662
113
905
14,822
4
2,029
6,102
71,144
103,899
351.649


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Turkeys: Number on farms January 1, and value, by States, 1962-63


State :All turkeys Value per head Total value
and : :
division : 1962 : 1963 : 1962 1963 : 1962 1963

1,000 1.000


Maine ......
N.H. .......
Vt .......
Mass. ......
R.I. .......
Conn. ......
N.Y .......
N.J. .......
Pa ........
N.A ......
Ohio .......
Ind .......
Ill. ........
Mich. ......
Wis. .......
E.N.C. ....
Minn ......
Iowa .......
Mo ........
N.Dak. .....
S.Dak. .....
Nebr ......
Kans. ......
W.N.C. ....
Del. .......
Va. .........
Va. ........
W.Va ......
N.C .......
S.C .......
Ga. ........
Fla. .......
S.A.......
Ky. ........
Tenn ......
Ala .......
Miss. .....
Ark. .......
La. ........
Okla ......
Texas ......
S.C. ......
Mont. &
Idaho i .,
Wyo. .......
Colo. ......
N.Mex. .....
Ariz ......
Utah .......
Nev. .......
Wash ......
Oreg. ......
Calif ....
West ....
U.S ......


Thousands
1
.*: 22
4
S 53
2
: 33
44
28
140
S 327
S 253
67
68
94
274
756
-: ^665
327
242
65
34
60
83
: 1,476

17
180
53
214
67
61
S 29
.: 629
: 81
24
: 32
: 34
: 111
: 17
94
S 364
757


19
4
53
6
12
86

34
254
2, 075
2,5O3


I/ Combined to avoid disclosing individual


operations.
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Thousands
1
20
5
50
2
27
31
21
14o
297
269
80
72.
100
272
793
69b
354
227
54
21
55
58
1,467
12
16
189
57
214
59
43
27
617
80
19
32
28
127
15
96
380
--777 -


15
3
48
4
14
98

32
271
2,162
2,647
~i
'b 5?B


Dollars
4.60
4.90
4.90
4.80
4.90
4.90
5.00
4.70
4.50
4.71
3.60
3.20
3.90
4.00
3.85
3.73
3.30
3.55
3.35
3.55
3.20
3.55
3.60
3.40
4.80
4.80
3.40
3.90
3.75
4.15
4.15
4.30
3.81
3.70
3.70
3.60
3.90
4.00
4.25
3.45
3.55
3.66


4.11
4.45
4.15
4.00
4.50
4.60

4.30
4.00
3.90
3.95
3.79'


Dollars
5.00
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.30
5.00
5.20
5.30
4.60
4.50
4.30
4.30
4.25
4.40o
l.20
4.10
4.10
3.90
3.60
4.00
4.10
4.13
4.80
4.80
4.10
4.35
3.85
4.25
4.25
4.30
4.10
4.20
4.00
4.00
4.10
4.15
4.25
3.75
3.75
3.90


5.00
5.00
4.65
4.20
4.95
4.60

4.90
4.50
4.70
4.bt
4.41


dollars
5
108
20
254
10
162
220
132
630
1,541
911
214
265
376
1,055
2,8T21
2,194
1,161
811
231
109
213
299
5,018
36-
82
612
207
802
278
253
125
2,397
300
89
115
133
444
72
324
1,292
2,7b9


78
18
220
24
54
396

146
1,o16
8,092
10,0"44
24,590


dollars
5
2--^
110
28
275
11
148
164
105
728
1,574
1,237
360
310
430
1,156
3,493
2,932
1,451
931
211
76
220
238
6,059
5t5
77
775
248
824
251
183
116
2,532
336
76
128
115
527
64
360
1,425
3,031


75
15
223
17
69
451

157
1,220
o0,161
12,36b
29.0T7


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Average live weight per bird sold, by States, 1961-62


SILe 1931 1963
anmd
division: Hens Tom : Fryers All Hens Toms Fryers All
-- i __^ _, ...


: Pounds


Mine .......: 15.0
N. .........: 14.5
Vt. .........: 14.5
Mass. ........: 15.4
R.I. .........: 16.0
Conn. ........: 15.0
N.Y. ........: 15.5
N.J. ........: 15.7
Pa. .........: 14.5
N.A. ....... 15.0
Ohio ........: 15.1
Ind. .........: 15.4
Ill. ........: 15.5
Mich. ........: 15.3
is. .........: 14.5
E.N.C. .....: 15.1
Minn. ......: 14.0
Iowa ........: 13.9
mo. ..........: 14.7
N.Dak. ......: 14.0
S.Dak. ......: 13.6
Nebr. ........ 14.9
Kans. ....... 15.4
W.N. .. .....: 14.1
Del. ........: 14.4
ld. ..........: 15.3
Va. ..........: 13.8
W.Va ........: 13.7
N.C .........: 14.5
S.C. ........: 14.9
Ga .........: 14.7
Fla. .........: 12.4
S.A. ........: 14.3
Ky. ..........: 14.5
Tenn. .......: 14.5
Ala. .......: 14.8
Miss. .......: 14.9
Ark. .........: 15.3
La. .........: 15.2
Ola. ........: 15.2
Texas ..... : 14.9
S.. ........: 15.0
Month. ........: 14.0
Idaho .......: 13.5
,Iyo. .........: 13.6
Colo. ........: 15.0
.Mex. .......: 13.6
Ariz. ........: 15.0
Utah ........: 14.9
Nev .........: 14.0
WaZh.........: 15.0
Oreg. .......: 14.7
ali ......: 14.
Guest. ...... : 14.4
U. S ...... 1.5
/ *,cibined to avoid


Pounds


23.0
23.0
23.0
23.4
24.0
23.3
24.1
24.0
23.7
23.7
24.4
24.41,.
24.5
25.1
24.0
24.3
23.9
24.2
24.5
24.0
22.7
25.3
24.8
24.2
21.11
22.7
20.1
20.7
24.0
23.9
25.0
19.3
22.7
23.5
23.4
24.0
23.7
24.1
22.9
24.9
24.4
24.3
22.7
21.9
20.2
24.4
23.1
25.5
25.8
26.0
25.5
24.3
25.4

2dis5.3
disclosing


Pounds


9.0
8.5
9.0
9.0

9.0
9.5
8.5
9.3

8.7
9.0
8.4
8.5
9.4


8.2
8.5
8.5
8.6
8.4
8.5
8.7
8.9
8.5
8.2
9.0
9.5
9.5
8.5

8.4
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.2
8.0
9.0
8.0
8.2

8.0

9.0

9.0
8.9

9.0
8.0
8.2
8.3
8.7


Pounds


18.9
18.6
18.6
18.6
20.2
19.0
19.3
19.5
18.3
18.7
16.8
18.8
19.2
19.3
14.3

15.4
17.7
18.2
18.9
14.6
19.6
18.1
16.7
15.9
18.4
10.9
12.3
18.8
19.2
18.4
12.9

18.9
19.0
19.1
19.2
18.2
18.9
19.9
19.0
18.9
18.9
17.3
17.2
19.6
18.3
19.9
20.0
20.0
19.8
18.8
19.3
19.4
17.4


Pounds

14.5
14.4
15.0
15.4
16.0
15.4
15.7
15.7
15.7
15.6
15.2
15.4
15.8
15.9
14.0


13.9
15.3
14.0
13.8
14.9
14.9
14.2
15.4
15.4
14.8
13.1
15.5
15.0
14.7
12.1
14.9
15.5
15.0
14.2
14.4
14.9
14.3
14.8
15.0

1/14.3
.0


14.5
15.0
14.0
15.0
14.5
14.o
3.4.5
14.7
14..5

14.6


individual operations.
9 -


Pounds


Pounds

23.0
22.4
23.0
23.3
24.2
24.3
24.4
24.5
25.0
24.5
24.3

24.9
25.6
25.3
24.4
24.7
24.3
25.2
25.6
23.5
23.0
24.7
25.4
24.7
23.0
23.7
21.7
20.1
24.0
25.0
24.5
18.8
2. 1
24.5
24.3
22.9
23.8
24.4
22.3
24.2
25.0
24.6
1/23.2

22.0
25.4
24.5
25.4
26.4
26.0
25.0
24.5
25.5
24.8
24.S^


8.5
8.5

9.0

9.0
9.5
9.0
8.5
8.8
--0-8

9.1
8.0
8.5
9.0
8.9
8.7
8.3
8.1
8.5
8.7
8.5
8.5
8.6
8.5
8.5
8.5
9.0
9.5
9.0
8.0
8.5
8.6
9.0
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.1

8.5
8.3
8.2
-/--3


9.0

8.5
8.5

8.5
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.7


Pounds


18.4
18.1
19.2
18.5
20.2
19.4
19.3
19.9
19.4
19.3
17.1
19.1
20.0
19.7
13.4
16.6
15.4
18.1
18.9
18.3
15.7
19.1
18.5
16.9
18.1
19.0
12.2
12.3
19.4
19.5
18.2
13.1
15.2
19.9
19.4
18.2
19.1
17.9
18.5
19.1
19.6

1/17.3

18.2
20.1
19.4
19.7
20.2
20.0
19.3
18.9
19.5
19.6
17.7


I


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Turkeys: Number on famas, by classes, January 1 /


I '6 0 .


State All turkeys r e Breeder hen ures Beeer hens
division: Heavy Light Total Heavy Light Total Heavy Light Total Heavy Light Total
; .......


: Thou- Thou- ThouTu- Iho- hou-
: sands sands sands sands sands
----------


Thou- ou- Th h
sands sands sands


Thou- Thou- Thou- Thou-
sands sands sands sands


Maine ...: 1
N.H. ....: 22
Vt. ..... 4
.Mass. ..: 53
R.I .... 2
Conn. ...: 33
N.Y. ....: 44
N.J. ....: 26
Pa. .....: 125
N.A. ...: 310
Ohio .... 201
Ind ....: 61
Ill ....: 64
l.ich. ...: 83
Wis .... 268
E.N.C. : 677
Minn. ...: 600
Iowa .... 292
Mo. .....: 210
N.Dak. ..: 64
S.Dak. ..: 19
Nebr. ...: 59
Kans ... 80
W.N.C. : 1,324
Del.....: 7
id. ....... 16
Va. .....: 01
W.Va. ...: 11
N.C ..... 2214
S.C ....: 64
Ga. .....: 47
Fla. .... 15
S.A. 475
y." ..... : 81
Tenn. ...: 24
Ala..... : 29
Miss. ...: 33
Ark. ..... 101
La. .....: 17
Okla. ...: 90
m,,u,, OEn


S.C ..
Mont. &
Idaho 2/:
Wyo. ....
Colo ...
N.1Mx. ..:
Ariz. ...:
Utah ....
ev ....
Wash. ...
Oreg. ...:
Calif. ..
West

U.S. ...


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
15
17
52
6
4
11
6
79
65
35
32
1
15
1
3
152
1
1
79
42
0
3
14
14


0
3
1
10
0
4
,I


1
22
4
53
2
33
44
28
140
327
253
67
68
94
274
756
665
327
242
65
34
60
83
1,476

17
180
53
214
67
61
29

81
24
32
34
111
17
94
*^~


0
11
2
23
0
13
28
11
41
129
131
36
32
11
146
4165

192
137
52
12
35
53

2
10
82
8
113
38
20
10

59
14
21
18
62
12
54
3nc;


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
41
-w1
4
2
9
1
57
55
25
26
0
0
1
2
109
0
0
64
21
0
2
2
9

0

2
1
4
0
3


0
11
2
23
0
13
28
11
45
133
172
40
34
80
147
-473
535
217
163
52
12
36
55
1,o70
2
10
146
29
113
40
22
19

59
14
23
19
66
12
57
208


1
20
5
50
2
25
31
21
116
271
209
74
69
92
264
70
610O
318


17
54
56
1,291
12
15
95
14
214
58
39
14

79
19
28
28
115
15
89
170


0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
24
2 5
-60
6
3
8
8
885

36
45
0
4
1
2
176
0
1
94
43
0
13
4
13

o
1
0
4
0
12
0
7
10


1
20
5
50
2
27
31
21
140
297
269
80
72
100
272
793
-9ts
354
227
54
21
55
58
1,467
12
16
189
57
214
59
43
27
80
19
32
28
127
15
96
o80


0
11
2
23
0
13
22
12
39
122
143
46
33
75
146
443
475
204
132
42
12
30
44
939

6
66
7
112
37
22
10
262
64
13
20
16
70
11
54
211


0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
11
13
45
4
1
7
1
56
7T4
26
30
o
2
1
1
1374
0
1
69
22
0
1
2
8
1o3

0
3
0
5
0
o
6
2


725 32 757 445 13 458 743 34 777 459 17 47b

18 1 19 15 1 16 14 1 15 12 1 13
3 1 4 2 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 2
51 2 53 23 1 24 46 2 48 17 1 18
6 0 6 4 0 4 4 0 4 3 0 3
12 0 12 8 0 8 14 0 14 10 0 10
84 2 86 40 2 42 98 0 98 39 0 39
--- --- --- --- --- ---
34 0 34 22 0 22 32 0 32 21 0 21
221 33 254 186 25 211 231 40 271 194 28 222
2,062 13 2,075 1,012 10 1,022 2,147 15 2,162 979 12 991
2,491 52 2,543 1,312 39 1,351 2,589 58 2,647 1,2772 1,319


Sj: rvvo


lIU 6IJRR 2ELId


~o 7.866 6.o63


535 6,.598


6 O02 ,
8a 6 ,


3,502


367 3,869


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10 -


0
11
2
23
0
15
22
12
50
-135

50
34
82
147
501
--5
230
162
42
14
31
45
1,U73
T'
7
135
29
112
38
24
18
365
b5
13
23
16
75
11
60
213


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Death Loss of Turkeys


: Young turkeys lost as a : Breeding stock lost as
Geographic : percent of total numlers : a percent of breeders
divisions : bought and home hatched : on hand January 1
S 1961 1962 : 1961 1962

: Percent Percent Percent Percent

North Atlantic .......: 6 7 4 4

East North Central ...: 10 8 6 6

West North Central ...: 10 9 5 6

South Atlantic .......: 9 9 6 5

South Central ........: 8 8 5 6

Western ..............: 10 10 5 6

United States 9.6 8.9 5.3 5.9


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