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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University of Florida
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oclc - 85233313
lccn - 2011229345
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AA00014692:00003


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: CATTLE FEEDING SITUATION. NOVEMBER 1,1945
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WASHINoTON, D.C.,,NOVEMBER- 3,1~45 (USDA) AN INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CATTLE
,".. ;."FED DURING THE COMING WINTER FEEDING SEASON OVER A YEAR EARLIER IS INDICATED BY
P WTWIS t. .THF, CATTLE FEEDING SITUATION DURING OCTOBER. IT NOW SEEMS PROBABLE THAT MORE
LgtJCUi BE -Fa FOR MARKET BOTH iN THE ELEVEN CORN BELT STATES,AND IN FEEDING STATES OUTSIDE
E.IT.N.werE FED LAST YEAR, WITH THE TOTAL ON FEED JANIPARY 1, 1946 NEAR A RECORD NUM-
LLY KEEN DEMAND FOR FEEDER CATTLE,4EVIDENCED IN OCTOBER IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE
01 .. ... ANp DECEMBER AND, IF CATTLE ARE AVAILABLE, THE MOVEMENT INTO FEEDING AREAS WILL

N.iit OF STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE INTO THE CORN BELT STATES IN OCTOBER THIS YEAR
.ET ;i RECORD FOR THE MONTH, FOR THE EIGHT STATES, FOR WHICH RECORDS OF TOTAL IN-
iSARE IL4l ASLC, THC TOTAL THIS YEAR WAS 669,000 COMPARED WITH 525,000 IN OCTOBER LAST
'Df"r F7 PER CENT. THE LARGEST PREVIOUS OCTOBER NUMBER WAS 610,000 IN 1940. THE
ir.-EDZIG STATES IOWA, ILLINOIS, AND NEBRASKA, ALL HAD RECORD NUMBERS FOR OCTOBER.
D:C ::'=TOBER LAST YEAR WAS IN BOTH SHIPMENTS FROM MARKETS AND DIRECTS. RECORDS
I TlrTs:" INDICATE THAT OCTOBER SHIPMENTS INTO OTHER CORN BELT STATES WERE LARGER

rI R.i ULYTHROUGH 0TOB;ER, TOTAL SHIPMENTS INTO THE EIGHT STATES WERE
lE-...f- r'vEAR4 81PENTSINTO THE FIVE EASTERN CORN BELT STATES
:M,, tM:=N, LRGER THAN LAST YEAR-AND"THE LARGEST SINCE 1E40. THE TOTAL FOR
R VBELT STATES tAS .&155,000 THIS YEAR AND 882,000 LAST.
ttr amtib .i iHE LARGE SH1M INTO THE COR; N BELT STATES THIS YEAR TERE'HAS 9 -
TATE-E LiV4ENT OF FEEDER CATTLE FROM GROWPNQ TO FEEDING AREAS IN SOUTH

Ill.^ FROlP FEEDING STATES OUTSIDE THE CORN BELT INDICATE THAT MORE CATTLE WILL BE
1,iE.40st THI S MS COMiNG WINTER THAN WERE FED LAST WINTER. A REDUCTION IN FEEDING
.:l ij FOUR SOUTHWESTERN STATES OF OKLAHOMA, TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, AND ARIZONA IS
:.VI wOF THE.REDUCTION IN THE PRODUCTION OF COTTON SEED, BUNDLE FEEDS AND GRAIN
T'IR !LAtcE WINTER WHEAT PASTURES, IN ALL THE OTHER WESTERN STATES As MANY OR MORE
'EW BE FED. INCREASED SUPPLIES OF SUGAR BEET FEEDS AND BARLEY AND A CONSIDERABLE
ViW 'ORNOD WILL ENCOURAGE INCREASED CATTLE FEEDING IN COLORADO. UNUSUALLY HEAVY IN-
rTL E INTO'CALIFORNIA FROM OTHER STATES FROM AUGUST TO OCTOBER INDICATE A SUBSTAN-
'"iMN CATTLE FEEDING IN THAT STATE. SHIPMENTS OF FEEDER CATTLE INTO THE LANCASTERs
AV:: ARE9A HAVE SEEN MUCH LARGER THIS YEAR THAN LAST.
i stF CSATHER EXTENSIVE FROST DAMAGE TO CORN IN LEADING CORN BELT FEEDING STATES IN
k PAt R TOFv BEPTEIBER AND EARLY OCTOBER WAS REFLECTED IN AN EXPANDED DEMAND FOR FEEDER
OCtOBER.- ASA RESULT THERE WAS NOT ONLY A RECORD MOVEMENT OF FEEDER CATTLE
Zm. :iA. IN.OCTOBER BUT PRICES OF FEEDER CATTLE, THAT HAD BEEN DECLINING SINCE JULY,
IMir THE MONTH. THE AVERAGE COST OF FEEDER CATTLE SHIPPED INTO THE CORN BELT IN
:.:lS YEAR WAS- TIE;. HIGHEST FOR ANY OCTOBER ON RECORD AND THE TOTAL COST OF SUCH CATTLE
fT E0EAS PFO THESE OCTOBER IN-SHIPMENTS WAS THE LARGEST FOR ANY MONTH ON RECORD,
SDO -ND-FOR FEEDER CATTLE IS EXPECTED TO qONTINU.E IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER.
:i... ,,:-JieE A R vEATIVELY LARGE NUMBER OF CATTLE ARE BEING FED THIS YEAR TO HELP SALVAGE
ED:cDR .o tl IM IT I TO BE EXPECTED THAT A LARGER THAN USUAL PROPORTION-OF THE CATTLE FED
'WILL .B MARKETED DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, HENCE, RATHER -LARGE SUPPLIES OF SHORT-
.PARTTLY FINISHED. CATTLE ARE PROBABLE. FROM DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY. ON THE OTHER
r.. ..Fi. IPhJ TS.QM qUW tULEADING MARKETS SHOW A MUCH LARGER MOVEMENT OF FEEDER
.M:E .FOUR MtONTHSi Mi* 1 TOU-CT T R,'tHIS YEAR THAN LAST, AND THE PROPORTION OF
S.GHTu 5 Tsi.w 'tOTAL SHIPMENTS FROM THESE MARKETS AS ABOUT AVERAGE.


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