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TURKEYS

Including Inventory Numbers and Numbers Raised


PRODUCTION,


DISPOSITION AND GROSS INCOME


1965-1966


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JUL 23 (3,7
TURKEYS ON FARMS, JANUARY 1

-- ~ : -1966 1967


BY STATES






APRIL 1967


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
POU 3-1 (67)


CROP REPORTING BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.






TURKEYS

Production, Disposition and Gross Income, 1965-66

Gross Income: Gross income from turkeys in 1966 reached a new high for the
fourth consecutive year totaling $483.3 million. This was 15 percent above the 1965
gross income of $421.3 million. The average price received during 1966 for tur-
keys marketed was 23. 0 cents per pound compared with 22. 2 cents per pound in 1965.

All regions shared in the increase in gross income with sharpest gains shown for
the South Central and South Atlantic regions with 25 and 18 percent, respectively.
The North Atlantic and East North Central regions both increased 11 percent. A 12-
percent increase was shown in the West North Central region and the Western
region advanced 14 percent.

Number Raised: Turkeys raised in 1966 totaled 115.5 million birds, 9 percent more
than the 1965 crop and a record high. Production of turkeys during 1966 totaled
2, 105 million pounds, up 10 percent from the 1965 production.

Turkey growers raised 99. 6 million heavy breed birds in 1966 compared with
93. 6 million during 1965 -- an increase of 6 percent. Light breed turkeys raised
totaled 15. 9 million birds, an increase of 29 percent from the 1965 total of
12. 3 million.

Increases in the number of turkeys raised occurred in all regions of the United
States during 1966. The sharpest gain was in the South Central region with a 21 per-
cent increase over 1965. Increases for other regions were as follows: South Atlantic
and West, both up 10 percent; North Atlantic, up 7 percent; West North Central, up
6 percent; and the East North Central, up 4 percent.

Turkeys Sold: Sales of turkeys during 1966 were 9 percent higher than in 1965 and
totaled 114. 8 million birds compared with 104. 9 million birds sold in 1965. Growers
reported that 67 percent of the light breeds and 8 percent of the heavy breeds were
sold as fryer-roasters. The total pounds of liveweight turkeys sold in 1966 amounted
to 2, 097 million pounds compared with 1, 901 million pounds in 1965 -- an increase
of 10 percent.

January 1 Breeder Hens: Turkey breeder hens on farms at the beginning of 1967
totaled 4, 211,000 birds, up 7 percent from the 3, 920,000 birds a year earlier.
Heavy breed hens on hand January 1, 1967 totaled 3,708,000, an increase of 7 per-
cent from the January 1, 1966 number. Light breed hens numbered 503,000 birds on
January 1, 1967, up 8 percent from a year earlier. The number of other turkeys
(market birds and breeding toms) on January 1, 1967 totaled 3,129, 000 birds -- 5
percent above the beginning of 1966.

Death Losses: Death loss of poults for 1966 was 10,0 percent of those bought or
home hatched -- a one-percentage-point increase from the 1965 death loss. Loss of
breeding stock during 1966 as a percent of breeders on hand January 1, 1966 was
5. 7 percent compared with 5. 3 percent a year earlier.

Revisions in Estimates: The production, disposition and gross income estimates for
turkeys for 1960-64 have been revised on the basis of data obtained from the 1964
Census of Agiculture taken in the fall of 1964 and other data which have become
available since the original estimates were made. Revised estimates for the years
1960-64 are shown in Statistical Bulletin No. 396, "Turkeys, Farm Production,
Disposition. Gross Income, by States." This bulletin is available on request.


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Average live weight per bird sold, by States, 1965-66


1965 166
State : : :
S Hens Toms Fryers All Hens Toms Fryers All
: Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds


Maine .........:
N. H. ..........:
Vt. ......... :
Mass. ......... :
R. I. .........
Conn. ......... :
N. Y. ........ :
N. J. ........
Pa. ........... :


15.5
15.3
15.5
15.5
15.6
16.5
15.8
16.9
16.0


24.5
23.6
24.5
24.4
24.5
24.9
24.1
25.8
25.2


8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.0
8.0
8.5
8.9


19.8
18.9
19.3
19.1
19.1
20.3
19.4
21.0
19.0


15.4
15.8
16.0
14.9
15.0
16.4
16.3
16.9
15.6


24.3
24.5
24.5
23.8
24.0
24.8
25.1
25.8
24.7


8.5
8.5
8.5
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.0
8.5
9.0


19.6
19.8
19.9
18.7
18.9
20.3
20.2
21.0
18.9


Ohio ..........:
Ind. ...........:
Ill. .......... :
Mich. .........:
Wis. .......... :

Minn. .........:
Iowa ..........:
Mo. ............ :
N. Dak. .......:
S. Dak. ........ :
Nebr. .........:
Kans. .........:


Del ..........:
Md. ...........:
Va. ........... :
W. Va. ........ :
N. C. ......... :
S. C. ......... :
Ga. ........... :
Fla. ..........:


Ky. ...........
Tenn .........
Ala. ..........
Miss. .........
Ark. ..........
Ia. ...........
Okla. .........
Texas .........

Mont.& Idaho I/
Wyo. ..........
Colo. .........
N. Mex .......
Ariz. .........
Utah ..........
Nev. ..........
Wash .........
Oreg. ........
Calif ........
48 State
Total .......

Alaska .......
Hawai ........
U. S. ........


15.1
15.4
16.3
16.3
14.9


14.4
15.0
14.9
14.0
14.7
15.5
14.5


13.7
15.9
14.5
14.8
14.7
15.0
14.5
12.1


15.5
14.9
14.4
14.4
14.3
14.0
14.3
14.9


24.7
25.3
26.0
25.6
24.8


24.3
26.4
26.2
24.4
24.0
26.0
23.9


21.6
25.3
22.9
21.7
24.9
26.4
24.9
18.4


26.5
24.2
23.3
23.3
23.5
22.3
24.5
25.8


18.2
19.7
20.7
20.5
16.4


8.8
8.4
8.2
9.0
9.0
8.5
8.2


9.5
8.8
8.7
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.5
7.8


9.0
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.4
---
8.0
8.5


16.1
19.6
19.2
18.4
13.8
20.2
17.5


14.5
19.6
12.6
12.6
18.0
20.2
19.2
10.2


20.8
19.5
18.6
18.8
18.5
18.5
19.0
19.9


15.2
14.9
15.8
16.7
15.5


14.5
14.5
14.9
13.9
14.7
15.5
13.8


13.9
16.0
14.7
15.1
15.2
15.0
14.0
12.0


15.4
14.5
14.4
14.0
14.4
13.6
14.2
14.9


25.0
25.2
25.7
25.5
24.9


18.3
19.5
20.1
20.6
16.9


23.9 9.1
25.9 8.5
26.3 8.8
23.8 9.5
23.2 9.5
25.4 7.7
25.0 7.6


20.9
24.3
22.7
21.7
24.4
25.0
24.9
18.6


25.8
24.0
23.8
23.1
23.6
25.3
24.4
25.4


9.3
8.8
8.8
9.0
8.8
8.5
8.6
8.0


9.0
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.4
8.0
8.1
8.2


15.8
19.5
19.8
17.9
15.4
20.1
18.6


14.6
18.6
13.2
13.3
17.8
19.4
18.9
10.4


20.3
19.1
18.9
18.3
18.6
18.9
18.8
19.7


:15.1 24.5 8.3 18.1 15.1 23.9 6.0 18.8
: 14.0 23.5 --- 18.8 14.0 24.0 --- 19.0
: 15.0 25.4 9.0 20.0 14.5 25.0 9.0 19.6
: 16.0 27.0 --- 19.5 16.4 26.5 --- 20.1
: 16.0 27.0 8.5 21.1 16.3 27.2 8.5 21.4
: 15.0 28.5 8.5 21.5 16.0 28.4 7.6 22.0
: --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
: 15.9 24.8 8.2 19.6 15.3 25.6 8.5 19.6
: 14.6 24.7 8.4 18.8 14.9 25.3 7.4 19.0
:14.5 26.4 8.3 19.2 15.0 26.4 8.2 19.6

:14.8 25.4 8.8 18.1 14.9 25.2' 8.9 18.3

: --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
: --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---


14.8


25.4


18.1


25.2


8.9


18.3


1/ Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.


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Turkeys: Inventory numbers, numbers raised and disposition 1965 I/

: All turkeys : Raised 3/ : All turkeys
State : on hand : Lost 2/ : Heavy : Heavy : Total : Sold _/ : on hand
: Jan. 1, 1965: : breeds : breeds : : : Jan. 1, 1966


: 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000000
: head head head head head head head

Maine ...........: 1.0 0 48 0 48 48 1.0
N.H. ............: 16 0 67 5 72 70 18
Vt. .............: 1.7 0 28 0 28 28 1.6
Mass. ...........: 33 0 304 5 309 313 29
R.I. ............: 1 0 19 0 19 19 1.2
Conn. ...........: 16 0 174 1 175 175 16
N.Y. .............: 29 1 348 26 374 376 26
N.J. .............: 17 0 476 14 490 498 8.5
Pa. ..............: 147 2 1,485 265 1,750 1,761 134

-Ohio ............: 238 19 2,723 785 3,508 3,506 221
Ind. .............: 61 4 3,763 241 4,004 3,996 65
Ill. ............: 61 2 1,239 95 1,334 1,329 64
Mich. ...........: 109 4 1,126 74 1,200 1,186 119
Wis. ............: 230 6 5,228 153 5,381 5,314 291

Minn. ..........: 728 32 13,642 1,925 15,567 15,415 848
Iowa ............: 309 12 7,683 456 8,139 8,116 320
Mo. .............: 253 15 6,996 592 7,588 7,536 290
N.Dak. ..........: 58 2 1,065 20 1,085 1,100 41
S.Dak. ...........: 17 1 604 477 1,081 1,070 27
Nebr. ...........: 47 1 1,148 21 1,169 1,161 54
Kans ........... : 57 2 655 37 692 691 56

Del. .............: 12 0 156 267 423 421 14
Md. ..............: 19 1 250 16 266 255 29
Va. .............: 192 8 2,768 2,892 5,660 5,637 207
W.Va. ...........: 52 1 702 1,303 2,005 2,000 56
N.C. ............: 347 9 3,946 753 4,699 4,528 509
S.C. ............: 117 3 810 12 822 822 114
Ga. .............: 55 3 1,279 57 1,336 1,326 62
Fla. ...........: 20 0 20 189 209 209 20

Ky. .............: 50 3 993 1 994 993 58
Tenn. ............: 19 1 63 2 65 64 19
Ala. ............: 25 0 762 21 783 792 16
Miss. ...........: 15 0 101 1 102 104 13
Ark. ............: 132 2 4,394 408 4,802 4,787 145
La. ..............: 12 1 14 1 15 16 10
Okla. ...........: 69 3 1,354 91 1,445 1,436 75
Texas ...........: 32 10 5,1 11 137 5.221 4,9''? 635

Mont. & Idaho 5/ : 7.8 0 198 32 230 231 6.6
ryo. ...........: 2.2 0 4 0 4 4 2.3
Colo. ............: 39 1 2,010 36 2,046 2,036 48
11.;ex. ..........: 2.5 0 10 1 11 12 1.7
Ariz. ...........: 12 0 108 1 109 106 15
Ute*1 ........... 86 2 2,838 21 2,?5? 2,6c 78
Nev. ............: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wash. ...........: 30 2 :,2 41 523 517 34
Oreg ...........: 21 11 1,335 210 1,545 1,407 288
Calif. ..........: 1, 2 47 _,027 660 15,6(7 1, 64 1818

48 StateTotal ..:__ 6,10 211 93 12.325 1 14 104 L p 6,90

Alaska ..........: -- -- --- ---
I1s air ...........


U.. ............: .;,100 211 93, 5,9 12,325 10, 914 104, 8pC 6,905
I/ Balance sheet estiiiate. Total of soles, losses and on hand end of year equals total number raised
and on hand beginning of :car. 2/ Loss duringg the year of turkeys on hand January 1. 3/ 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 individual operations.


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Turkeys: Production and Income, 1965

SProduction 1/ : : Price r
State : Number Pounds : Sold 2 : per income
_: ::_ P: pound
: 1,000 head 1,000 pounds 1,000 pounds Cents 1,000 dollars

Maine ............: 48 950 950 30.0 285
N H. ............: 72 1,362 1,323 29.0 384
Vt. .............: 28 540 542 30.0 163
Mass. ............: 309 5,898 5,978 33.0 1,973
R. I. ............: 19 33 359 33.0 118
Conn. ............: 175 3,552 3,552 33.0 1,172
N. Y. ............: 373 7,238 7,294 29.9 2,181
N. J. ............: 490 10,298 10,468 31.3 3,276
Pa. ..............: 1,748 33,219 33,459 26.5 8,867

Ohio .............: 3,489 63,503 63,809 22.3 14,229
Ind. .............: 4,000 78,795 78,721 21.0 16,531
Ill. .............: 1,332 27,568 27,510 22.2 6,107
Mich. ............: 1,196 24,508 24,313 22.6 5,495
Wis. .............: 5,375 88,278 87,150 22.0 19,173

Minn. ............: 15,535 250,462 248,182 21.6 53,607
Iowa .............: 8,127 159,288 159,074 21.7 34,519
Mo. ..............: 7,573 145,283 144,691 21.2 30,674
N. Dak. ...........: 1,083 19,951 20,240 21.1 4,271
S. Dak. ..........: 1,080 14,906 14,766 21.8 3,219
Nebr. ............: 1,168 23,578 23,452 21.2 4,972
Kans. ............: 690 12,074 12,092 21.2 2,564

Del. .............: 423 6,140 6,104 24.1 1,471
Md ..............: 265 5,188 4,998 22.2 1,110
Va. ..............: 5,652 71,236 71,026 22.5 15,981
W. Va. ...........: 2,004 25,256 25,200 21.7 5,468
N. C. ............: 4,690 84,501 81,504 22.5 18,338
S. C. ............: 819 16,544 16,604 22.9 3,802
Ga. ..............: 1,333 25,578 25,459 21.9 5,576
Fla .............: 209 2,132 2,132 24.6 524

Ky. ..............: 991 20,574 20,446 21.1 4,314
Tenn. ............: 64 1,248 1,248 21.9 273
Ala. .............: 783 14,605 14,731 22.0 3,241
Miss. ............: 102 1,927 1,955 23.9 467
Ark. .............: 4,800 88,748 88,560 21.8 19,306
La. ..............: 14 264 296 23.4 69
Okla ..........: 1,442 27,383 27,284 20.7 5,648
Texas ............: 5,271 104,355 99,261 21.0 20,845

Mont. & Idaho 3/ : 230 4,174 4,194 22.0 922
Wyo. .............: 4 75 73 25.0 18
Colo. ............: 2,045 40,882 40,720 24.0 9,773
N. Mex ...........: 11 216 230 21.3 49
Ariz. ............: 109 2,291 2,237 23.8 532
Utah .............: 2,857 61,438 61,598 21.0 12,936
Nev. .............: 0 0 --- 0
Wash. ............: 521 10,211 10,133 21.3 2,158
Oreg. ............: 1,534 28,802 27,956 22.4 6,262
Calif. ...........: 15,620 299,949 298,829 22.9 68,432
48 State
Total ..........: 105,703 1,915,331 1,900,703 22.2 421,295

Alaska ...........: -- -- --- -- ---
Hawaii ........... --- --- --- --- ---
U. S. ............: 105,703 1,915,331 1,900,703 22.2 421,295
i/ Adjustments 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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Turkeys: Inventory numbers, numbers raised and disposition, 1966 I/


State


Maine ..........
N.H. ...........
Vt. ............
Mass. ...........
R.I. ..........
Conn. ..........
N.Y. ............
N.J. ...........
Pa. .............

Ohio ...........
Ind ............
Ill ...........
Mich. ...........
is.. .........,,,

Minn. ..........
Iowa...........
Mo. ............
N.Dak ..........
S.Dak ..........
Nebr...........
Kans.

Del...... .....
Md ............
Va. .........,..
W.Va. ..........
N.C ...........
S.C. ...... ...
Ga. ............


Ka. ............
S.Tenn.........
Ala ..........
Miss. .......
Ark............
La. ...........
Okla ..........
Texas ..........

Mont. & Idaho 2/
yo. ............
Colo ...........
N.Mex ...........
Ariz. ..........
Utah ............
Nev. ...........
Wash. ...........
Oreg. ...........
Calif. .........


: All turkeys
on hand
: Jan. 1, 1966 :
1,000
head
1.0
.: 18
1.6
29
1.2
: 16
26
8.5
: 134


Lost 2/

1,000
head
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2


221
65
64
119
291


Heavy
breeds
1,000
head

74
33
243
19
153
352
592
1,648


2,991
3,911
1,276
1,208
5.350


Raised 3/
: Light
: breeds
1,000
head
2
6
0
11
0
4
26
18
265


Total
1,000
head

80
33
254
19
157
378
610
1,913


3,736
4,200
1,336
1,304
5.527


Sold 4/

1,000
head

82
33
258
19
158
381
581
1,884


All turkeys
on hand
Jan. 1, 1967
1,000
head
1.0
16
1.6
25
1.0
15
23
36
161


3,702
4,196
1,332
1,282
5.530


243
65
66
136
280


848 35 11,165 5,274 16,439 16,457 795
320 11 6,895 328 7,223 7,244 288
290 14 9,457 533 9,990 9,928 338
41 2 1,044 77 1,121 1,127 33
27 2 587 444 1,031 1,021 35
54 3 902 19 921 922 50
56 2 562 48 610 601 63


14
29
207
56
509
114
62
20


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I:
I:
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102
182
2,764
663
4,453
1,130
1,629
22


216
48
3,470
1,264
828
0
80
181


318
230
6,234
1,927
5,281
1,130
1,709
203


323
238
6,189
1,931
5,196
1,134
1,682
203


9.0
20
244
51
582
107
86
20


S 58 4 569 19 588 588 54
:9 1 42 0 42 41 19
16 1 1,257 21 1,278 1,250 43
13 0 85 1 86 85 14
145 4 6,055 420 6,475 6,462 154
: 10 0 11 1 12 14 8.0
S 75 3 1,298 111 1,409 1,413 68
635 30 6,323 104 6,427 6,319 713


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6.6
2.3
48
1.7
15
78
0
o
34
288
1.818


222
4
2,287
11
93
3,346
S 0
457
1,410
16.697


235
4
2,299
12
94
3,382
0
o
506
1,725
16.972


236
4
2,285
11
92
3,354
0
513
1,704
16.765


5.0
2.3
61
3.0
17
102
0
25
298
1.69


48 State Total ..


6.905


99.619 15.888 115.507 114.819


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Alaska --- --- --- --- --- ---
Haraii .. .....: --- --- --- --- --- ---

V. s : 6905_ 253 99,619 15,888 115,507 114,819 7,340
S lance sheet estimate. Total of sales, 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. 3/ Does not
include young turkeys lost. 4/ Includes consumption in households of producers which is less than 1
percent of production for United States. V/ Combined to avoid disclosinC individual operations.


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Maine ...........:
N.H. ............
Vt. .............
Mass. ...........
R.I. ............
Conn. ...........:
N.Y. ............:
N.J. ............
Pa. .............._

Ohio ............:
Ind. ............
ll. .............
Mich. ...........
Wis. .... .......

Minn. ...........:
Iowa ............:
Mo. .............
N.Dak. ..........:
S.Dak. ..........
Nebr. ...........
Kans. ...........

Del. ............
Md. ..............
Va. .............
W.Va ...........
N.C. ............:
s.c. .. .........
Ga. .............:
Fla. ............ :

Ky. ............. :
Tenn. ...........:
Ala. ............:
Miss ...........
Ark. ............:
La. ..............
Okla. ...........:
Texas ............


Mont. & Idaho 3/ :
Wyo. .............
Colo. ............:
N.Mex. ...........
Ariz. ............
Utah .............
Nev. ............
Wash. ............
Oreg. ............
Calif. ...........


48 State Total ..:

Alaska ..........
Hawaii ..........


Turkeys: Production and Income, 1966

SProduction Price : ross
State _: _: Sold 2/ : per income
: Number Pounds pound :
: 1,000 head 1,000 pounds 1,000 pounds Cents 1,000 dollars


1,


47 921
80 1,585
33 657
254 4,745
19 359
157 3,187
378 7,640
608 12,740
911 36,108


3,724
4,198
1,334
1,299
5,519


16,404
7,212
9,976
1,119
1,029
918
608


318
229
6,226
1,926
5,269
1,127
1,706
203


584
41
1,277
86
6,471
12
1,406
6.397


235
4
2,298
12
94
3,378
0
504
1,714
16,910


68,143
81,861
26,812
26,741
93,253


259,014
140,634
197,342
20,037
15,835
18,460
11,301

4,626
4,256
82,213
25,612
93,839
21,860
32,198
2,111


11,872
783
24,003
1,570
120,323
233
26,448
125.888


4,410
76
45,020
238
2,005
74,268
0
9,879
32,556
331,494


115,254 2,105,156


921
1,624
657
4,825
363
3,207
7,696
12,190
35,608


67,747
81,861
26,773
26,409
93.457


260,021
141,258
196,574
20,173
15,723
18,532
11,179

4,716
4,427
81,695
25,682
92,489
22,000
31,790
2,111


11,936

23,625
1,556
120,193
265
26,564
124.484


4,437
76
44,786
215
1,969
73,788
0
10,055
32,376
328,594


2,097.410


31.3
29.8
30.6
33.8
33.9
33.7
31.1
32.4
29.0

23.4
22.8
23.9
23.0
23.1


22.5
22.8
22.4
21.9
22.8
22.3
22.3

25.2
23.6
23.0
22.7
23.6
23.9
23.4
24.7


22.9
22.9
22.9
23.2
22.3
22.5
21.5
21.4


23.2
26.0
24.0
22.5
23.6
22.8

21.9
23.3
23.2


23.0


288
484
201
1,631
123
1,081
2,393
3,950
10,326


15,853
18,664
6,399
6,074
21,589


58,505
32,207
44,033
4,418
3,585
4,133
2,493

1,188
1,045
18,790
5,830
21,827
5,258
7,439
521


2,733
179
5,410
361
26,803
60
5,711
26.640


1,029
20
10,749
48
465
16,824
0
2,202
7,544
76,234


483.340


115.254 2.105.156


Adjustments made for changes in inventory.
Includes consumption in households of producers which is less
production for United States.
Combined to avoid disclosing individual operations.


than 1 percent of


-7-


U.S. ...........:


2.097.410


23.0


483.340


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Death Toss of Turkeys


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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: Young turkeys lost as a :Breeding stock lost as
Geographic : percent of total numbers :a percent of breeders
Geographic
.: bought and home hatched : on hand January 1
divisions
S 1965 1966 19651966

S Percent Percent Percent Percent

North Atlantic :7 6 3 3

East North Central 8 11 7 6

West North Central 10 11 6 6

South Atlantic 8 9 5 5

South Central 8 10 4 7

West 10 10 5 6


United States 9.0 10.0 5.3 5-7


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