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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 029026578
oclc - 85233313
lccn - 2011229345
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AA00014692:00005


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J- 123D STATES D-PART;.1:IT OF AGRICULTJURZ
BUnREAU OF AGRIC-'. uRAL CO::'::ICS
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1TTvember 11, 1935.


CATLE. FEED.I'NG SITUA:TI0 FOVEihiBDR 1, 193U.

Developments '.Lring. October :;ave furth-.r s v-%,ort to tne expectation
that cattle feeding: bi.:ring: ne L winter oi 13Z,-3 v w-ill be oi: a considerably
larger seal'; than during tLne -in",;r of 1931-35. Snipinents of stockEr and
feeder cattle fronr. stockyards rmarcr-et into t:-e Corn Belt States in October
were 40 percent larger than in October 1934, and snow,?d about t:ie usual
seasonal increase ov-,r Septe-mbbr shLiments. For th fiuur months, July to
October, snipments into h.:e C.rn 3.1. t St:tes w.ere about 5 p--rcent larer
than in 1954 and :.-ere l:.re:.;r L:aj t-r .'-year (I930-1l93) averue.

Shipments into t.: 5 Corn Dl St!t.s -.ast of t:e :.Iisiiipr'i River
continued r-latively larc, in Octob- b-E:.t ii- not si.-, a.z 1 i :I an in-
crcase ov'.,r Octob.:r 1':34 .-a: diid shi :1;n't inr.o Lji. 'J-stern Corn Belt. F'r
thc four months e'.uly t.) Octobr-r ,-;: t.ital int:. t.:. -ar.torn Cin Belt vas
the l1Lrgest since 1026, at lea t, anrr'. L.-,? .ro-i.'rt ion 'f t.ie tot'il s:hipmients
into Gr.e Corn 3Belt ~ 1ing into -he aster:: Crn Bolt St'tcs :..is t:.: largest
on record. p.eoorts fr.:m tnes* Stt.; idic'.te t..it tl.. nLmb-r o1' cattle fed
this season will be conr.ider:-bly l arger ti-.in lasL.

STne r-l.-:tiv',l/ lar-tr,- s:iirlnt.i f:.,,, t,.., l::.:.r l: mar::; ts into the six
Western Corn Belt States i. O..torJb.- brit;, -.' t L:,... to '-l ,. ,v---ient fior the four
months, july to Octab. r, .IL-..v t"..-- ,.-t j. r st. :,'. r-.:rioi l: iu year, but
with Che -xception of last iP ar', it :asrri i.r t, sI11-r t. L jriod in at
least 15 years. Repi rt ifr..n t-?.es' taL :; i ac .t Lnued .eav. movement
during October 'j ct'jc!-::r : nid eei.-r c"t .l1 t:1r' L- lar .sccu -l-e n.ction
markets and direct to f:i'.ltr ?a;:id tL.:o irznb.-r ,i cat le fed in all of these
States is ex],ect:d' tb be l;ar,_rr ;his seaon tlhn l st.

A plertif'ul supply, o.f nL.v' aind rougha and lov/ prices for t.-ese in
all t:th Corn Blt States, -.ith re-lati'.cly lar,;r. mLun;ts of soft -orn in
come States, and a hi.-,h nzist'.r.. cant.:nt or' all :orn ,enier'.lly in mnst
State east of the !,is:Z'.)Ari ?.ivr, nv\-.- raintain,-dj a broad de-::nd fr
sticker and feeder cattle.1 d:.ring recent .enesl; and prices i v.ch cattle
made little ceaojn:-l decline durin- Oct:ober.

An -luus'-1ally larg-. proo:rti .n of ,- .:' .v--e a-'nd of cowvs and
heifers in stocker and ft-'.der s-:.ipments this ;.car is snown by rV.'.rds for
four leading markets covering shi:ments from tiez,'? mark-.-ts du'ingi t:K. four
months, July to October. 2 s:ipiants of c-.lvcs ,-wer the:!- larg..est in 13
years of record and :of cows and h:lif ,rs \.ucre the largest sincee 1929, at
least. Of tiie steers shipped fromn ties:, markets ..tl, proportions of heavy
feeders (over 9'l po-.:ids) and of li-gt st-.clers w: la-rger tan lat ;-ear
and the proportions 3f medium wv:i,ihts we:r: .'ialler.
Reports from most of t.h} Westcrn States. and fromi Texas, indicate
that tie number of catil.: fed this: se sun -.;ill be larger t.Lan last, vitar
the movement to ranch pastures :.nai f-,.d tots in cL,nuiderable vol-une by the
end of October. Feeder cattle snipmente from markets into the Lancaster,
Pennsylvania feeding area since J.i.ly hay been relatively large being ex-
cec-doL in only one year of record 1934 when considerable numbers of
Government drought cattle .vero included.






















































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