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federal milk M/iRKET ADMINISTRATOR 
OZARKS MARKETING AREA 

STATISTICAL SUMMARY FOR JULY, 1957 







July 

1957 

June * 

1957 

■^ATuly '■ ' 
1956 

jaTy ! 
1955 

Total Class I Milk (Pounds) 

11,796,534 

8,850,455 

9,543,876 

9,964,814 

Total Class II Milk 

8,381,399 

10,527,611 

11,397,112 

9,371,643 

Closing Inventory (Class II) 

993,171 

886,358 

-0- 

-0- 

Total 

21,171,104 

20,264,424 

20,940,988 

19,336,457 

Daily Class I Milk (Pounds) 





In Marketing Area 

257,503 

223,570 

241,691 

209,019 

Outside Marketing Area 

123,030 

71,445 

66,176 

112,427 

Total Daily Class I Milk 

380,533 

295,015 

307,867 

321,446 

July Daily Class I Milk Compared With; 


/28.99% 

;^23.60% 

A8.38% 

Total Producer Milk (Pounds) 

19,295,117 

18,643,723 

20,205,791 

18,695,683 

Milk From Outside Sources a/ 

986,169 

831,927 

727,936 

640,008 

Opening Inventory 

888,793 

783,203 

-0- 

-0- 

Overage 

1,025 

571 

7,261 

766 

Total Milk Received 

21,171,104 

20,264,424 

20,940,988 

19,336,457 

Average Daily Producer Milk 

622,423 

621,624 

651,800 

603,087 

July Daily Producer Milk Compared With: 

^^0,13% 

-4.51% 

;^3.21% 

Percent Producer Milk Is Of Class I Milk: 163,6% 

210.7% 

211.7% 

187.6% 

Nvmber of Producers 

1,150 

1,153 

l,235r/ 

1,299 

Daily Pounds of Milk Delivered Per Farm 541 

539 

528r/ 

464 

Producer Average Butterfat Test 

3.999% 

4,051% 

4.074% 

4,167% 

Class I Price; 





F.O.B, Marketing Area 

$3,99 

$3.74 

$4.69 

$3.97 

F.O.B, Washington & Benton Co., Ark, 

4.14 

3.89 

4.84 

4.12 

Class II Price: 

2.96 

2,96 

3.01 

2.95 

Uniform Price; 





F,0, B. Marketing Area 

3.59 

3,33 

3.81 

3.50 

F,0. B, Washington Benton Co,, Ark 

3.70 

3.43 

3.925 

3.63 

Value of Producer Milk (3.57o B,F,)b/ 





$692, 

694.70 $621,002.48 $769,840.64 $654,348.91 

Value of Producer Milk Per Farm (3,57o 

B.F.) b/ 





602.34 

538.60 

623. 35r/ 

503.73 

Butterfat Differential to Handlers Class I 7,1b 

7.1c 

7.1c 

6.9c 

Butterfat Differential to Handlers Class II 6,8<? 

6,8c 

6.8c 

6«6c 

Butterfat Differential to Producers 

6.3c 

6,8c 

6.8c 

6.6c 

Condensery Pay Price (3.5% B.F,) 

$2.98 

$3.00 

$3.00 

$2.88 

Butter-Powder Formula Price 

3.10 

3.11 

3.09 

3.03 

93-Score Butter Spray Powder Formula 

2.96 

2.96 

3.01 

2.95 

Non-Fat Dried Milk Solids Price c/ 

14,155c 

14.305c 

14.155c 

14.50c 

Spray Process Povjder Price 

15.26c 

15.31c 

15.22c 

15.62c 

92-Score Butter price, Chicago 

59.375c 

59.375c 

59.208c 

57.125c 

93-Score Butter Price, Chicago 

59.375c 

59.375c 

59.208c 

57.125c 

a/ Includes milk, cream, skim milk and 

milk products and also 

non-pool plant sales 

in the marketing area. 





b/ F.O.B, Marketing Area 





c/ Average of spray and roller process 

(per pound) 

F.O.B, manufacturing plants, 

Chicago Area, 





r/ Revised 






August, 1957 Class I Price: 

F.O.B. Marketing Area, 

F,0,3, Washington and Benton Counties, Ark,, • , • • 
August, 1957 Glass I Butterfat Differential to Handlers 


$4.00 

$4,15 

$0,071 


itatistical Summary 


Page 2 


Ozarks Marketing Area 


CLASS I MILK 


July June 

1957 1957 


Fluid Milk 
Low Fat Milk 
Skim Milk 
Buttermilk 

Flavored Milk and Milk Drinks 
Fluid Creara Under 187o 
Fluid Cream 137<. Under 30% 
Fluid Cream 30% And Over 
Sour Cream 

Total Class I Products 

Excess Shrinkage 

Total Glass I Utilization 


10,711,824 

7,886,429 

52,160 

82,242 

86,568 

84,146 

440,860 

386,867 

247,739 

197,715 

174,386 

171,104 

5,600 

3,877 

16,029 

13,084 

2,352 

2,054 

11,737,518 

8,832,513 

59,016 

17,937 

11,796,534 

8,850,455 


Released: August 14, 1957 


FEDERz\L MILK MARKET ADMINISTRiMOR 
OZARK3 MilRKETING Al^A 


■ STATISTICAL SUMMtiRY FOR AUGUST, 1957 

/ . . . = 
(Based on Handlers' Reports of Receipts and Utilization) 




August 

1957 

July 

1957 

August 

1956 


August ' 
1955 

Total Class I Milk (Pounds) 

12,350,314 

11,796,534 

11,223,678 

11 

,346,563 

Total Class II Milk 

6,748,796 

8,381,399 

6,910,164 

6 

,298,034 

Closing Inventory (Class II) 

761,698 

993,171 

-0- 


-0- 

Total 

19,860,808 

21,171,104 

18,133,842 

17 

,644,597 

Daily Class I Milk (Pounds) 
In Marketing Area 

278,222 

257,503 

255,553 


215,236 

Outside Marketing Area 

120,175 

123,030 

106,501 


150,782 

Total Daily Class I Milk 

398,397 

380,533 

362,054 


366,018 

August Daily Class I Milk Compared 

With : 

/4.69% 

/10.04% 


/8.85% 

Total Producer Milk (Pounds) 

17,851,747 

19,295,117 

17,352,287 

16 

,964,114 

Milk From Outside Sources a/ 

1,015,656 

986,169 

779,598 


669,334 

Opening Inventory 

993,171 

888,793 

-0- 


-0- 

Overage 

234 

1,025 

1,957 


11,149 

Total Milk Received 

19,360,808 

21,171,104 

18,133,842 

17 

,644,597 

Average Daily Producer Milk 

575,863 

622,423 

559,751 


547,229 

August Daily Producer Milk Compared 

With : 

-7.48% 

:^2.88% 


/5.23% 

Percent Producer Milk Is Of Class I 

Milk 144, 5%o 

163.6% 

154.6% 


149.5% 

Number of Producers 

1,152 

l,148r/ 

l,131r/ 


1,307 

Daily Pounds of Milk Delivered Per 

Fana 500 

542r/ 

494 


419 

Producer Average Butterfat Test 

4.048% 

3.999% 

4.146% 


4.185% 

Class I Price: 

F.O.B. Marketing Area 

$4.00 

$3.99 

$4.42 


$3.99 

F.O.B. Washington & Benton Co,, Ark. 4,15 

4.14 

4.57 


4.14 

Class II Price: 

3.12 

2.96 

3.11 


3.04 

Uniform Price: 

F.O.B. Marketing Area 

3.72 

3.59 

3.98 


3.69 

F.O.B. Washington & Benton Co,, Ark. 3,85 

3.70 

4.115 


3.825 


Value of Producer Milk (3.5% B.F.) b/ 

$664,084.99 $692,694.70 $690,621.02 $625,975.81 


Value of Producer Milk Per Farm (3.5%, B.F.)b/ 

576.46 603. 39r/ 610.09 478.94 


Butterfat Differential to Handlers -Class I 
Butterfat Differential to Handlers -Class n 
Butterfat Differential to Producers 

7.1c 

6.9c 

6.9c 

7.1c 

6.8c 

6.8c 

7.1c 

6.8c 

6.8c 

6,9c 
6 . 6c 
6.6c 

Condensery Pay Price (3.5% B.F.) 

$3.00 

$2.98 

$3.02 

$2.95 

Butter-Powder Formula Price 

3.12 

3.10 

3.11 

3.04 

Non-Fat Dried Milk Solids Price c/ 

14.275c 

14.155c 

14.31c 

14.56c 

Spray Process Powder Price 

15.28c 

15.26c 

15.29c 

15.38c 

92-Score Butter Price, Chicago 

59.597c 

59.375c 

59.462c 

57.332c 

93-Score Butter Price, Chicago 

59.739c 

59.375c 

59.603c 

57.783c 

a/ Includes milk, cream, skim milk and milk products 
in the marketing area, 
b/ F.O.B. Marketing Area 

and also non-pool plant sales 

0 / Average of spray and roller process (per 
Chicago area, 
r/ Revised 

■ pound) F. 

O.B. raanuf 

acturing plants 

9 


September, 1957 Class I Price: 


F.O.B, Marketing Area $4.33 

P.O.B. Washington and Benton Counties, Ark.. ....... $4.48 

September, 1957 Class I Butterfat Differential to Handlers ..... $0,072 


Statistical Suraraary 


Page 2 Ozarks Marketing Area 

CLASS I MILK 


August July 

1957 1957 


Fluid Milk 
Low Fat Milk 
Skira Milk 
Buttermilk 

Flavored Milk and Milk Drinks 
Fluid Cream Under 187o 
Fluid Cream 187, Under 307, 
Fluid Cream 307, And Over 
Sour Cream 

Total Class I Products 

Excess Shrinkage 

Total Class I Utilization 


Released September 13, 1957’ 


115176,196 

10,711,824 

56,651 

52,160 

83,554 

86,568 

489,200 

440,860 

295,369 

247,739 

185,545 

174,386 

5,616 

5,600 

15,226 

16,029 

2,263 

2,352 

12,309,620 

11,737,518 

40.694 

59,016 

12,350,314 

11,796,534 


/ 


FEDERAL MILK MARKET ADMINISTRATOR 
OZARKS MARKETING AREA 

STATISTICAL SUMMARY FOR SEPTEMBER, 1957 

(Based on Handlers' Reports of Receipts and Utilization) ■ ■ — 7 

September August S^eptember September 
1957 1957 ' 1956 1955i£ 



Total Class I Milk (Pounds) 

14,051,381 12 

,350,314 

11,764,133 

12,484,145 

Total Class II Milk 

2,551,053 6 

,748,796 

4,073,257 

2,706,323 

Closing Inventory (Class II) 

1,064,299 

761,698 

- 0 - 

- 0 - 

Total 

17,666,733 19 

,860,808 

15,837,390 

15,190,468 

Daily Class I Milk (Pounds) 





In Marketing Area 

290,109 

278,222 

277,097 

241,128 

Outside Marketing Area 

178,27 0 

120,175 

115,041 

175,010 

Total Daily Class I Milk 

468,379 

398,397 

392,138 

416,138 

September Daily Class I Milk Compared With: 

+17.57% 

+19.44% 

+12.55% 

Total Producer Milk (Pounds) 

15,975,934 17 

,851,747 

15,131,325 

14,333,449 

Milk From Outside Sources a/ 

924,444 1 

,015,656 

700,336 

853,686 

Opening Inventory 

762,081 

993,171 

- 0 - 

- 0 - 

Overage 

4,274 

234 

5,729 

3,333 

Total Milk Received 

17,666,733 19,860,808 

15,837,390 

15,190,468 

Average Daily Producer Milk 

532,531 

575,863 

504,378 

477,782 

September Daily Producer Milk Compared With: 

-7.52% 

+5 . 58% 

+11.46% 

Percent Producer Milk Is Of Class I Milk 113. 77o 

144 . 5% 

128.6% 

114.8% 

Number of Producers 

1,165 

1,152 

l,140r/ 

1,305 

Daily Pounds of Milk Delivered Per Farra 458 

500 

442 

366 

Producer Average Butterfat Test 

4.278% 

4 . 048% 

4.338% 

4.350% 

Class I Price 





F.O.B. Marketing Area 

$4.33 

$4.00 

$4.59 

$4.31 

F.O.B. Washington & Benton Counties, 

Ark . 4.48 

4.15 

4.74 

4.46 

Class II Price 

3.19 

3.12 

3.15 

3.08 

Uniform Price 





F.O.B. Marketing Area 

4.19 

3.72 

4.27 

4.18 

F.O.B. Washington & Benton Counties, 

Ark . 4.34 

3.85 

4.42 

4.33 

Value of Producer Milk (3.57o B.F.) b/ 





$669 

,391.63 $664, 

084.99 $646,017.58 $599,138.17 

Value of Producer Milk Per Farm (3.5% 

B.F.) b/ 





575.57 

576.46 

566. 68r/ 

459.11 

Butterfat Differential to Handlers-Class I 7.2c 

7.1c 

7.1c 

7.0c 

Butterfat Differential to Handlers-Class 11 7.0c 

6.9c 

6.9c 

6.7c 

Butterfat Differential to Producers 

?.0C 

6.9c 

6.9c 

6.7c 

Condensery Pay Price (3.57. B.F.) 

$3.06 

$3.00 

$3.10 

$3.00 

Eutter-Powder Formula Price 

3.19 

3.12 

3.15 

3.08 

Non-Fat Dried Milk Solids Price c/ 

14.355c 

14.275c 

14.28c 

14.72c 

Spray Process Powder Price 

15.25c 

15.28c 

15.13c 

15.49c 

92-Score Butter Price, Chicago 

61.100c 

59.597c 

60.283c 

58.048c 

93-Score Butter Price, Chicago 

61.594c 

59.739c 

60.849c 

58.524c 

a/ Includes milk, cream, skim milk and 

milk products 

and also 

non-pool plant sales 


in the marketing area. 

_b/ F.O.B. Marketing Area 

c! Average of spray and roller process (per pound) F.O.B. manufacturing plants, 
Chicago area. 

r/ Revised 

October, 1957 Class I Price: 


F.O.B. Marketing Area $4.43 

F.O.B. Washington and Benton Counties, Ark $4.58 

October, 1957 Class I Butterfat Differential to Handlers $0,073 


Statistical Summary 

Page 2 

CLASS I MILK 

Ozarks Marketing Area 


September 

August 


1957 

1957 

Fluid Milk 

12,767,348 

11,176,196 

Low Fat Milk 

69,721 

56,651 

Skim Milk 

76,814 

83,554 

Buttermilk 

420,789 

489,200 

Flavored Milk and Milk Drinks 

498,582 

295,369 

Fluid Cream Under 18% 

170,420 

185,545 

Fluid Cream 18%, Under 30% 

5,404 

5,616 

Fluid Cream 30%> And Over 

14,916 

15,226 

Sour Cream 

1,965 

2,263 

Total Class I Products 

14,025,959 

12,309,620 

Excess Shrinkage 

25,422 

40,694 

Total Class I Utilization 

14,051,381 

12,350,314 


Released: October 10, 1957