Cattle feeding situation

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Title:
Cattle feeding situation
Physical Description:
v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Cattle -- Feeding and feeds -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

Notes

Issuing Body:
Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, <1947>-1953; by: Agricultural Marketing Service, <1954->

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 029026578
oclc - 85233313
lccn - 2011229345
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AA00014692:00002


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,C.RECOS OF IS FEEDR ATTLE FEEDING SITUATION. DECEMBER 94

7, WASHINGTON, D.C.I DECEMBER 11, 1945- (USDA)- DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CATTLE FEEDING
..... SITUATION DURING NOVEMBER SUPPORTED PREVIOUS INDICATIONS THAT THE NUMBER OF CATTLE
SMES PO FED DURING THE 1945D-14 WINTER FEEDING SEASON WOULD BE LARGER THAN DURING THE
S SEASON, THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE REPORTED TODAY. PRESENT PROSPECTS ARE THAT
tAN'EA NLL BE FED T RS SEASON THAN LAST IN NEARLY ALL OF THE II CORN BELT STATES AND IN
THEME E IMPORTANT FR DING STATES OUTSIDE THE CORN BELTO THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CATTLE FED THIS
EAY. BE CLOSE TO A RECORD, WITH THE PROPORTION OF RELATIVELY SHORTFED CATTLE LARGER THAN
W %SEZENT YEAR AND WITH. THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF SUCH CATTLE EXCEEDING ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS.
RICCORDS OF IN-SHIPMEOTS OF FEEDER CATTLE AND THE FEED SITUATION IN THE VARIOUS CORN
.t W1AS POINT TO INCREASED WINTER FEEDING OPERATIONS THIS YEAR IN ALL OF THBE STATES,
KANSAIS. IN THE LJ.TER STATE I14 SHARPLY REDUCED PRODUCTION OF GRAIN SORGHUMS AND BUNDLE
TH.E.POOR GROWTH dF WHEAT PASTURES ARE EXPECTED TO CUT DOWN CATTLE FEEDING IN THE WESTERN
h4"l STATE WHERE IT WAS RELATIVELY LARGE A YEAR AGO.
S'I MIDITS OF STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE INTO THE CORN BELT DURING NOVEMBER WERE LARGER
W :wT,0 DID NOT REACH A RECORD VOLUME FOR THE MONTH, AS DID THE OCTOBER SHIPMENTS.
4TiATES. FOR .W4CH RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE COVERING TOTAL IN-SHIPMENTS, BOTH FROM MARKETS
ni tmuimrm t IN NOVEMBER THIS YEAR, 404,000, EXCEEDED LAST NOVEMBER DY ABOUT 7 PER
*M. NTH1 JULY THROUGH NOVEMBER, THE TOTAL OF 1 719,000 WAS ALSO 7 PER CENT LARGER
44l. u...ELOARET FOR THE PERIOD SINCE 1940, THE NUMBER WAS LARGER THAN LAST
2lRr T .T A.. RECORDS or S14IPIMNTS FROM MARKETS INTO THE OTHER 3 CORN
i. i i NTHS MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR INTO MISSOURI AND SOUTH DAKOTA, BUT
'Ri T SH IPMENJTS INTO KANSAS ARE REPORTED AS BELOW LAST YEAR.
"n N tti#SPIlMATlTlDU AS TO THE'WOV0lERtOF F EDER CATTLE'TO FEEDLOTS IN STATES
OM:AiCwA s THAT THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CATTLE FED IN THESE STATES THIS WINTER
-Or LAST WINTER, IT NOW SEEMS PROBABLE THAT AS MANY OR MORE CATTLE WILL BE
OFt E ATES EXCEPT IN THE 4 SOUTHWESTERN STATES OF OKLAHOMA, TEXAS, NCW MEXICO,
FM FIRST THREE OF THESE THE REDUCTION IN THE PRODUCTION OF SORGHUM FEEDS AND
1: THE PROSPECTIVE SHORTAGE OF WHEAT PASTURES TENDED TO REDUCE CATTLE FEEDING..
.MiEATTLET ARE REPORTED IN FEEDLOTS THAN A YEAR AGO, BUT PASTURE FEEDING IS MATERIAL-
N tE TWO LEADING WESTERN FEEDING STATES OF COLORADO AND CALIFORNIA THE NUMBER OF
1pHfilli WINTER IS EXPECTED TO EXCEED LAST YEAR. THE MDREhENT OF CATTLE INTO COLORADO
i..S!iS.. OUGH NOVEMBER OF THIS YEAR WAS CONSIDERABLY LARGER THAN THAT OF A YEAR EARLIER.
WRW r .OF FEEDING OPERATIONS IN CALIFORNIA ABOUT DECEMBER I SHOWED MATERIALLY MORE
PtE 'THAN A YEAR EARLIER. ThE INCREASE BEING ABOUT 25 PER CENT, SHIPMENTS OF FEEDER
1THE LANCASTER (PENNSYLVANIA) FEEDING AREA THIS FALL HAVE BEEN MATERIALLY LARGER THAN
i SHIPMENTS OF A YEAR EARLIER.
WEATHER CONDITIONS TO EARLY DECEMBER THIS YEAR HAVE BEEN GENERALLY QUITE FAVORABLE FOR
:NGW ESPECIALLY IN THE CORN BELT AREAS, WHERE FEEDING OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN EXPANDED
THE RELATIVELY LARGE QUANTITIES OF FROST DAMAGED CORN. REPORTS FROM SOME OF THESE
T8 THE EFFECT THAT THE GAINS FROM FEEDING SUCH CORN ARE RATHER DISAPPOINTING WHICH
W TEND TO ENCOURAGE THE EARLY MOVEMENT OF FEEDLOT CATTLE FROM THESE AREAS. THE HIGH
F DNB.: M THIS WINTER ARISING FROM THE RECORD HIGH PRICES OF FEEDER CATTLE AND THE HICH
A7*lC PbICES TOGETHER WITH THE SHORTAGE OF HIGH PROTEIN FEEDS AND THE GREATER THAN jISlUAL
V A TO FUTURE FAT CATTLE PRICES ARE EXPECTED TO RESULT IN A LARGE MARKETING OF FED
.. TiHE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING MONTHS.

i L. MN WYATT,
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