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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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Issued 1949/1950-<1951/1952> by Bureau of Agricultural Economics; issued <1954/1955-1956/1957> by Agricultural Marketing Service.
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"Pou 3-1-1".
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Description based on: 1961/1962; title from caption.
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Latest issue consulted: 1962/1963.

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TURKEYS

Including Inventory Numbers and Numbers Raised







PRODUCTION, DISPOSITION AND GROSS INCOME

1963--1964





TURKEYS ON FARMS, JANUARY 1

1964 1965





BY STATES







APRIL 1965


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUtRE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
OU 3-1 (65)


, .CROP REPORTING BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.


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TURKEYS

Production, Disposition and Gross Income, 1963-64

Gross Income: The gross income from turkeys was the highest of record in 1964,
totaling $376. 5 million. This was 1 percent above the 1963 income of $373. 6
million, the previous record high. The average price received during 1964 for
turkeys was 21. 0 cents per pound compared with 22. 3 cents per pound the previous
year.

Gross income was 18 percent greater than a year earlier in South Atlantic
region, 8 percent greater in the South Central and 1 percent above 1963 in the West
North Central region. Decreases in income of 8 and 1 percent, respectively,
occurred in the Western region and the East North Central States. In the North At-
lantic region the income as compared to a year earlier was unchanged.

Number Raised: The number of turkeys raised in 1964 was 99. 5 million birds, 7
percent more than the 1963 crop and second to the record crop of 108. 1 million in
1961. Production of turkeys during 1964 totaled 1,795 million pounds, up 7 percent
from the 1963 production.

Turkey growers raised 88. 0 million heavy birds in 1964 compared with 83.7 mil-
lion the previous year. The 1964 heavy breed turkey crop included 38.9 million heavy
whites and 49. 1 million other heavies. In 1963 32. 2 million heavy whites and 51. 5 mil-
lion other heavies were raised. The number of light breed turkeys raised in 1964 was
11. 5 million, a 19 percent increase compared to the previous year.

Increases in number of turkeys raised occurred in all regions of the Nation
except the West. Increases were 23 percent in the South Atlantic, 12 percent in
the South Central, 7 percent in the West North Central, 5 percent in the North
Atlantic, and 2 percent in the East North Central. In the West a 2 percent decrease
occurred as compared to a year earlier.

The death loss of poults in 1964 was 8. 9 percent of those bought and home
hatched. In 1963 the death loss was 8. 2 percent. Loss of breeding stock during
1964 as a percent of breeders on hand January 1, 1964 was 5. 5 percent which com-
pares with 5. 2 percent a year earlier.

Turkeys Sold: There were 99. 1 million head of turkeys sold in 1964. This was 6
percent more than the 93.4 million sold the previous year. Growers reported that
they sold as fryer-roasters 79 percent of the light breeds raised, 21 percent of the
heavy whites raised and 1 percent of the other heavies. The number of pounds live
weight of turkeys sold in 1964 was 1, 791 million pounds compared with 1, 677
million pounds in 1963.

January 1 Breeder Hens: The number of turkey breeder hens on hand January 1,
1965 was 3, 835, 000 birds, up 1 percent compared to a year earlier. Heavy breed
hens on hand January 1, 1965 totaled 3, 410, 000 as compared with 3, 382, 000 on
hand January 1, 1964. The number of light breed hens was 425, 000 birds, up
5 percent from a year earlier. The number of other turkeys (market birds and
breeding toms) on hand January 1, 1965 was 2, 636, 000, 7 percent more than on
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Average live weight per bird sold, by States, 1963-64

State 1963 1964
and
division Hens Toms Fryers All Hens Toms Fryers All
Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds


Maine ........: 14.5 23.0 8.5 18.5
N.H. .........: 15.0 23.5 8.5 18.9
Vt. ...........: 15.6 23.5 9.0 19.2
Mass. .........: 15.5 24.0 8.5 18.6
R.I. ..........: 16.0 24.3 8.5 18.9
Conn. .........: 14.8 23.7 9.0 18.9
N.Y. ..........: 15.2 24.4 9.0 19.2
N.J. ..........: 16.7 25.1 9.0 20.7
Pa. ...........: 15.7 24.6 8.6 19.3
N.A. .........: 15.6 24.4 8.7 19.2
Ohio ..........: 15.1 24.7 9.1 17.7
Ind. ..........: 15.4 24.8 9.3 19.3
Ill. ..........: 15.9 25.7 8.0 20.5
Mich. .........: 15.8 25.1 8.8 20.2
wis. ...........: 14.5 24.5 9.1 14.6
E.N.C. .......: 15.2 24.8 9.1 17.3
Minn. ..........: 14.5 24.4 8.9 16.2
Iowa ..........: 14.4 25.2 8.2 18.5
Mo. o..........: 15.1 26.0 8.5 19.7
N.Dak. ........: 14.5 23.9 8.5 18.7
S.Dak. ........: 14.3 23.4 9.2 14.5
Nebr. .........: 15.0 25.5 8.7 19.9
Kans. ........: 14.0 24.4 8.4 17.4
W.N.C. .......: 14.6 24.9 8.8 17.5
Del. ..........: 13.9 21.2 8.8 15.2
Md. ...........: 14.5 23.1 9.0 17.7
Va. ...........: 14.8 22.7 8.6 12.6
W.Va. .........: 13.0 20.1 8.8 11.7
N.C. ..........: 15.4 24.4 8.4 19.4
s.C. ..........: 14.9 24.9 8.5 19.5
Ga. ...........: 14.9 24.8 8.6 19.0
Fla ..........: 13.1 21.1 8.2 10.9
S.A. .........: 14.9 23.6 8.6 15.3
Ky. ...........: 15.5 24.5 8.7 19.9
Tenn. .........: 15.0 24.0 8.8 19.4
Ala. ..........: 15.1 23.8 8.5 19.3
Miss. .........: 14.9 24.3 8.5 19.6
Ark. ..........: 14.9 24.9 8.1 18.1
La. ...........: 14.5 22.6 --- 18.6
Okla. .........: 14.8 24.1 8.8 19.2
Texas .........: 15.0 25.5 8.1 19.8
s.c. .........: 15.0 24.9 8.1 19.2
Mont.& Idaho l/: 15.2 23.5 8.4 16.8
Wyo. ..........: 14.0 22.0 --- 19.3
Colo. .........: 15.0 25.5 9.0 20.2
N.Mex.........: 15.0 24.0 --- 20.6
Ariz. .........: 14.5 25.5 8.8 19.5
Utah ..........: 15.0 26.4 9.2 20.5
Nev. .........:--- ---
Wash. .........: 15.0 24.9 8.6 19.5
Oreg. .........: 14.3 24.5 8.2 18.7
Calif. ........: 14.7 26.0 0.3 19.4
est. ........ 14.T 25.8 .3 19.2
U S. .........: 14.8 25.0 8.7 18.0
I/ Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.


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15.5
15.4
15.4
15.4
16.0
15.9
15.7
16.3
15.9
15.d
15.1
15.5
15.4
16.2
15.9

14.5
14.5
14.9
14.4
14.1
15.5
14.5


15.5
14.9
13.8
14.7
14.9
14.5
12.4
14.7
15.5
15.5
14.3
14.9
14.8
14.3
14.8
15.0
14.9
1.5
14.o
14.5
14.9
15.5
14.5

15.5
14.2
15.0
14.8
14.9


24.5
23.7
24.0
23.4
25.0
24.9
24.5
24.3
24.6
24.4
24.7
25.0
25.2
25.5
25.4
25.1
24.9
26.4
25.6
24.2
22.8
26.0
24.4
25.4
21.9
25.1
22.9
20.6
23.6
25.8
25.0
19.6
2Z.6
26.0
25.5
24.1
24.3
23.6
23.2
24.6
25.4
24.7
22.9
21.5
26.4
25.1
27.0
27.5

25.0
25.4
26.9
26.8
25.4


8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.0
8.5
8.5
8.6
8.6
9.0
9.0
8.5
8.5
9.2
8.1
8.6
8.4
8.6
9.2
8.6
8.5
8.3
8.7
8.6
8.6
8.8
8.1
8.0
7.8
8.0
8.6
9.0
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.2

8.5
8.4
8.3
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9.0

8.5
8.5

8.5
8.0
8.2
8.2
8.7


19.7
19.2
19.7
18.6
19.1
19.8
19.2
20.1
18.4
18.8
18.2
19.5
19.8
20.5
15.8
18.0
16.4
19.5
19.2
18.4
13.7
20.2
17.8
17.8
15.7
19.3
11.5
12.1
18.0
19.4
19.3
9.3
15.1
20.6
20.3
19.1
19.6
18.3
18.9
19.3
19.7
19.2
16.3
17.8
20.3
20.0
20.7
20.7

20.0
19.2
19.4
19.6
16.1
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Turkeys: Inventory numbers, numbers raised and disposition 1963 l/
State :All turkeys: : Raised 3/ : All turkeys
and : on hand : Lost 2/: Heavy : Light : : Sold 4/ : on hand
division :Jan.1, 1963: breeds : breeds: Total : : Jan. 1, 19i6
: 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
: head head head head head head head


Maine ........:
N.H .........:
Vt. ...........:
Mass. ........:
R.I .........:
Conn. .......:
N.Y. ..........:
N.J. ..........:
Pa. ..........:
N.A. ..........
Ohio ..........:
Ind .........:
Il ..........:
Mich, .........:
Wis. ..........:
E.N.C. .......:0
Minn. .........:
Iowa ..........:
MO. ...........:
N.Dak. ........:
S.Dak. ........:
Nebr. .........:
Kans.
W.N.C. .......:
Del. ..........:
Md. ...........:
Va. ...........:
W.Va. .........:
N.C ........:
S.C. ..........:
Ga. ...........:
Fla. ..........:
S.A. .........:
AKy. ...........:
Tenn..........:
Ala. ...........
Miss. ........:
Ark. ..........:
La. ...........:
Okla. .........:
Texas ........:
S.C. ......... :
Mont.& Idaho i/:
Wyo ...........:
Colo. .........:
N.Mex. .......:
Ariz. .........
Utah .........:
Nev. ........:
Wash.
,~V ooe,,ooo,.


1
17
4
44
2
23
29
22
130
272
279
84
74
114
257
808
722
354
235
40
19
50
72
1,452

19
200
57
230
59
49
27
657
77
19
31
28
127
15
80
388
765
18
2
48
4
14
80

29


Oreg. .........: 271
Calif. ........: 2,015
West. .......: 2,481
U S.........: 6,475
1/ Balance sheet estimate.


28
--- 86
20
1 353
--- 20
1 226
1 453
150
2 1,267
5 2, .03
15 2,777
5 2,970
3 1,054
6 1,051
9 5, 269
38 1-',21
35 13, 7
10 7, 110
8 4,396
1 ;05
1 5,1
1 C.7
2 734
-
1 107
13 2,3 91
2 34.
5 2,' .-7
2 I'16
1 1,075
1 50
25 7,327
3 -22
6 100
1 .C,6
1 1_56

1 34
2 1, 360
8 4, 553
26 10, 000
1 211
3
1 1,980
7
--- 209
3 3,247

1 367
10 1,495
53 14 645
69 22, 364
221 83,702
Total of sales,


0
0
0
8
1
12
40
9
115
185
919
252
38
56
9o
1,355
1, 300
854
825
17
338
17
26
3, 3 FY
17i
50
2,285
830
50
15
102
1760

5

4o
3
335
1
69
32
485

0
6
1
0
74

8


102
237
V82
9.668


28
86
20
361
21
238
4 93
15,3
159

2.733
3, 696
3,222
1,0' 2
1,107
5 352
14, 7
15, cl(
7, '-
5, 221
U,22



31,

237
4,;71
1,1:.
2, 1'2.

., 177
'22
l,,o'll
"27
1 0
53
16c
2,95
35


10, '. 5



8
20L
3,321

375
1,677
15, C2
22, 46
9Y 370


28
77
21
361
21
238
487
167
1,369
2,769
3,695
3,195
1,096
1,114
5, 369
1414569
15,083
7,960
5,176
822
98o
:'21
760
31 .'20

233

1,6 L.

444
1,150
228
10o,74
626
92
532
173
3,005
40
1,431
4,541
10,445
293
3
1,993
9
204
3,288

378
1,681
15, 35
23, 204
9a3. 81


1
26
3
43
2
22
34
14

106

*:7
101
238
777
683
348
272
31
i-i.
42


9
22
237
51
2?7
74
5
24
7.-;
75
21
34
18
114
Co
84
424
77C
9

40
4o
3
19
110
--2
25
257
1.689
2,154
6.243


losses and on hand end of year equals total number


raised and on hand beginning of year. 2/ Loss during the year of turkeys on hand January 1.
/ Does not include young turkeys lost. 4/ Includes consumption in households of producers
which is less than 1 percent of production for United States. 5/ Combined to avoid disclosing
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Turkeys: Production and Income, 1963

State : Production i/ Price
and : old ?: per :
and Number Pounds
division : :: pound


Mine ......
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. ......
N.C. .......:
S.C. .......:
Ga. ........:
Fla. .......:
S.A. ......:


Cents


1,000 head

66
&6
20
360
21
237
492
159
1,380
2,783
3,681
3,217
1,089
1,101
1o350
14,438
15,049
7,954
5,213
821
898
913
7p8
31,606
344
236
4,663
1,162
2,721
459
1,176
225
10,986


1,000 pounds
518
1,625
384
6,696
397
4,479
9,446
3,291
26,634
53,470
65,154
62,089
22,324
22,240
78,110
249,917
243,794
147,149
102,696
15,352
13,021
18,169
13,189
553,370
5,229
4,177
58,753
13,596
52,788
8,950
22,344
2 452
168,289


Ky. ........: 624 12,417 12,457 21.4 2,6b6
Tenn. ......: 94 1,824 1,785 23.3 416
Ala. .......: 535 10,326 10,268 21.7 2,228
Miss. ......: 168 3,293 3,489 22.8 795
Ark. .......: 2,992 54,155 54,390 20.9 11,368
La. ........: 34 632 744 23.1 172
Okla. ......: 1,435 27,552 27,475 20.5 5,632
Texas ......: 4,577 90,625 89,912 21.1 18,971
S.C. ...... : 10,459 200,824 200,520 21.1 42,248
Mont. &
Idaho 3/..: 284 4,767 4,920 22.3 1,097
Wyo. .......: 3 58 58 24.4 14
Colo. ......: 1,985 40,097 40,259 24.4 9,823
N.Mex. .....: 8 164 185 22.0 41
Ariz. ......: 209 4,076 3,978 25.0 994
Utah .......: 3,318 68,019 67,404 21.3 14,357
Rev. .......: --- --- --- ---- ---
Wash. .......: 374 7,293 7,371 21.7 1,600
Oreg. ......: 1,667 31,173 31,435 23.6 7,419
Calif. .....: 15,029 291,563 297,887 21.7 64,641
West. ..... 22,877 447,210 453,497 22.0 99,986
U. S .....: 93,149 1,673,080 1,677,429 22.3 373,619
SAdjustments made for changes in inventory.
2 Includes consumption in households of producers which is less than 1 percent of production
for United States. 3/ Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.


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1.000 pounds
518
1,455
403
6,715
397
4,498
9,350
3,457
26,422
53,215
65,402
61,664
22,468
22,503
78,'87
250,424
244,345
147,260
101,967
15,371
13,021
18,328
13,224
553,516
5,214
4,124
58,388
13,666
51,682
8,658
22,040
2 485
166,257


28.3
27.4
28.6
31.1
31.3
31.5
31.1
27.0
27.9
29.1
22.7
21.9
21.8
22.8
21.6
22.1
22.4
22.5
21.6
22.0
23.0
22.0
21.3
22.2
26.0
26.3
22.8
22.0
21.8
22.5
21.9
26.2
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Gross
income
1,000 dollars
1'47
399
115
2,088
124
1,417
2,908
933
7,372
15.503
14,846
13,504
4,898
5,131
16,932
55311
54,733
33,134
22,025
3,382
2,995
4,032
2,817
123,118
1,356
1,085
13,312
3,007
11,267
1,948
4,827
651
37,453


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Turkeys: Inventory numbers, numbers raised and Disposition 1964 I/


All turkeys


: Raised 3/ : All turkeys


and : on hand : Lost 2/ : Heavy: Light : Total : Sold / : on hand
division : Jan. 1, 1964 : : breeds: breeds : : : Jan. 1, 1965
: 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
: head head head head head head head
Maine .......: 1 55 o 55 55 1
N.H. ..........: 26 1 71 3 74 82 17
Vt. ...........: 3 --- 14 0 14 15 2
Mass. .........: 43 1 307 10 317 322 37
R.I. ..........: 2 -- 9 0 9 10 1
Conn. .........: 22 -198 5 203 201 24
N.Y. ..........: 34 1 372 42 414 417 30
N.J. ..........: 14 --- 231 9 240 243 11
Pa. ..........: 141 2 1,308 294 1,602 1,596 145
N.A. .........: 2M6 5 2,565 2 292 2.1 268
Ohio ..........: 265 16 3,119 809 3,928 3,937 240
Ind. ..........: 106 6 3,157 181 3,338 3,344 94
11. .......... : 67 3 1,266 63 1,329 1,323 70
Mich. .........: 101 4 956 70 1,026 1,006 117
Wis. ..........: 238 9 5,003 159 5,162 5,126 26
E.N.C. .......: 7738 13,501 1,282 14,783 14,736 786
Minn. .........: 688 34 13,725 1,807 15,532 15,433 753
Iowa ..........: 348 16 7,592 393 7,985 7,997 320
Mo. ...........: 272 10 6,091 644 6,735 6,700 297
N.Dak. ........: 39 1 836 56 892 864 66
S.Dak. ........: 19 1 484 426 910 912 16
Nebr. .........: 42 1 1,127 12 1,139 1,132 48
Kans. .........: 70 2 796 20 816 820 64
W.N.C. .......: 1,478 65 30,651 3,358 34.009 33,858 1,56
Del. ..........: 9 --- 156 143 299 300 8
Md. ...........: 22 1 183 36 217 218 20
Va. ...........: 237 15 1,799 2,902 4,701 4,670 253
W.Va. .........: 51 2 515 1,021 1,536 1,524 61
N.C. ..........: 287 11 3,951 500 4,451 4,403 324
S.C. ..........: 74 3 720 49 769 715 125
Ga. ...........: 65 2 1,315 43 1,358 1,359 62
Fla. .........: 24 1 13 190 203 204 22
S.A. .........: 769 35 8,652 4,8o2 13,534 13393 875
Ky. ...........: 75 4 815 1 816 817 70
Tenn. .........: 21 1 115 0 115 116 19
Ala. ..........: 34 1 681 27 708 719 22
Miss. .........: 18 1 137 2 139 142 14
Ark. ..........: 114 3 3,426 328 3,754 3,749 116
La. ...........: 9 1 27 1 28 28 8
Okla. .........: 84 3 1,188 84 1,272 1,276 77
Texas ........: 424 11 4,806 64 4,870 4,893 390
S.C. .........: 779 25 11,195 507 11,702 11,740 716
Mont.& Idaho 5/: 9 195 60 255 257 7
Wyo. ..........: 2 -4 0 4 4 2
Colo. ........: 40 1 1,671 30 1,701 1,695 45
N.Mex. ........: 3 -- 6 1 7 7 3
Ariz. .......*: 19 --- 190 0 190 197 12
Utah ..........: 110 3 2,895 6 2,901 2,92A 84
Nev. ..........:
Wash. .........: 25 1 431 6 437 430 31
Oreg. .........: 257 11 1,182 131 1,313 1,297 262
Calif. ........: 1,689 47 14,884 889 15773 15.599 1,816
West. ........: 21 6 21,458 1123 2258 2210 2262
U. S. ........: 6,243 231 88,022 11,515 99,537 99,078 6,471
l/ Balance sheet estimate. Total of sales, losses and on hand end of year equals total number
raised and on hand beginning of year. g/ Loss during the year of turkeys on hand January 1.
J/ Does not include young turkeys lost. 4/ Includes consuption in households of producers
which is less than 1 percent of production for United States. j/ Combined to avoid disclosing
individual operations. 6 -


State






Turkeys: Production and Income, 1964


State : Production 1/ / :
and : : Sold 2/ :


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. ...........:
Ma. ...........
Va. ..........
W.Va ........:
N.C. .........:
s.c. .........:
Ga. ..........:
Fa. .........:


Tenn. ........:
Ala. .........:
Miss. ........:
Ark. .........
La. ..........:
Okla. ........:
Texas.........:
S.C. ........ :
Mont.&Idaho 3/:
Wyo. ......... :
Colo. ........ :
N.Mex. .......:
Ariz. ........
Utah .........
Nev. ..........
Wash. ........
Oreg. ........:
Calif. .......
West. .......:
U.S. ........ :
SAdjustments
Includes co
for United
C/ Combined to


Number
1,000 head
55
73
14
316
9
203
413
240
1,600
2,923
3,912
3,332
1,326
1,022
5,153
14,745
15,498
7,969
6,725
891
909
1,138
814
33,944
299
216
4,686
1,534
4,440
766
1,356
202
13,499
812
114
707
138
3,751
27
1,269
4,859
11,677
255
4
1,700
7
190
2,898

436
1,302
15,726
22,518
99,306
made for changes


1,000 pounds
1,0-84


nsumption in households of producers which is
States.
avoid disclosing individual operations.


Pounds
1,000 pounds
1,084
1,401
276
5,877
172
4,020
7,929
4,824
29,4o40
55,023
71,198
64,974
26,254
20,951
81,418
264,795
254,167
155,396
129,120
16,395
12,453
22,987
14,489
605 ,007
4,694
4,168
53,889
18,561
79,920
14,860
26,171
1,878
204,141
16,727
2,314
13,504
2,705
68,644
510
24,492
95,722
224,618
4,160
71
34,510
140
3,933
59,989

8,720
24,998
305,085
441,606
1.795,190


less than 1 percent of production


-7-


II


1,574
296
5,989
191
3,980
8,006
4,884
29,366
55,370
71,653
65,208
26,195
20,623
80,991
264,670
253,101
155,942
128,640
15,898
12,494
22,866
14,596
60, 537
4,710
4,207
53,705
18,440
79,254
13,871
26,229
1,897
202,313
16,830
2,355
13,733
2,783
68,607
529
24,627
96,392
225,856
4,192
71
34,408
140
4,078
60,527

8,600
24,902
302,621
439,539
1,791.285


Price
per
pound
Cents
27.3
28.3
31.2
31.2
31.3
30.5
28.3
26.1
28.0
21.0
20.3
20.4
21.7
20.4
20.6
20.5
21.3
19.8
20.9
22.0
20.2
20.2
20.6
23.8
22.9
21.5
21.1
21.9
23.6
21.5
25.6
21.9
19.9
22.2
22.2
21.5
19.6
22.4
19.6
20.4
20.2
22.0
23.2
23.7
21.1
24.2
20.5

20.1
20.8
20.8
21.0
21.0


I


S Gross
S income
1,000 dollars
307
430
84
1,869
60
1,246
2,442
1,382
7,665
15,485
15,047
13,237
5,344
4,475
16,522
54,625
51,886
33,216
25,471
3,323
2,749
4,619
2,948
124,212
1,117
954
11,547
3,891
17,357
3,274
5,639
486
44,265
3,349
523
3,049
598
13,447
118
4,827
19,664
45,575
923
16
8,155
30
987
12,408

1,729
5,180
62,945
92,373
376.535


in inventory.





Death Loss of Turkeys


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
I 3 I 1262 088611420
3 1262 08861 1420


SYoung turkeys lost as a : Breeding stock lost as
GecgrQphic percent of total numbers : a percent of breeders
divisions :bought and home hatched : on hand January 1
S 1963 1964 1963 : 164

SPercent Percent Percent Percent

North Atlantic 6 7 4 4

East North Central 8 9 7 6

West North Central 8 9 5 6

South Atlantic 9 8 6 7

South Central 8 8 5 5

West 8 9 5 5

United States 8.2 8.9 5.2 5.5


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