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Federal Milk Order Mo. 32 
U. S. Department of Agriculture 
Dairy Division 

Agricultural Marketing Service 



Market Administrator 
303 Strauss Building 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Telephone A- 7401 



Issued for Information of Producers 
Who Are Not Members of Cooperative Associations 



Vol. 4 No. 12 



December. 1960 



NOVEMBER UNIFORM PRICE $4.24 

Dairy farmers who delivered Port Wayne Grade "A" milk to handlers 
subject to the Fort Wayne Milk Order during November i960, will receive a mini- 
mum uniform price of $4.24 per hundredweight for milk testing 3,5%. A butterfat 
differential of 7.1 cents for each one- tenth of one percent that individual 
tests vary above or below the 3.5% standard will be used. This minimum price 
is subject to a 4 cent per hundredweight marketing service deduction and auth- 
orized hauling charges. The computation of the minimum blend price is shown on 
page 4 and the class prices on page 3. 

The $4.24 price for November 1960, is 33 cents under the November 
1959 price. It is 9 cents above the October 1960 price. 



PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION 

Approved producers shipped 9,325,637 pounds of milk to the Fort 
Wa 3 me market during November 1960, of which 6,274,145 pounds or 67.37o was 
utilized in Class I. Production was down 4.3% from October 1960, but up 25.7% 
from a year ago in November. Class I utilization of producer milk was up 0.7% 
from October 1960, and up 15.8% from November 1959. 

There were 862 producers on the market for November 1960, which 
is 13 more than October 1960, and 62 more than in November a year ago. Average 
production per farm per day was 361 pounds for November 1960. Daily farm pro- 
duction for October 1960, and November 1959, was 370 pounds and 309 pounds, 
respectively. Other comparable market statistics will be found on pages 2 and 
3. 



ADMINISTRATIVE ASSESSMENT RATE 

Effective with the December 1960 milk deliveries, the administra- 
tive assessment rate will be 2 cents per hundredweight. This is a decrease of 
2 cents per hiindredweight from the rate that has been in effect since March 
1559. 








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FORT WAYNE MILK MARKET NEWS 



Page 2 



UTILIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF ALL MILK RECEIPTS 



November 1960 November 1959 

Reported Audited 



CLASS I MILK 


Milk Pounds 


BF Pounds 


Milk Pounds 


BF Pounds 


Fluid Milk 


6,241,850 


221,870 


5,584,071 


197,315 


Regular Skim Milk 


28,142 


249 


119,733 


1,516 


Skim Milk • Solids Added 


531,502 


8,526 


222,114 


3,180 


Buttermilk 


117,731 


867 


68,941 


649 


Flavored Milk/Drink 


283,903 


6,363 


218,712 


4,950 


Cream Mixtures 


124,650 


15,146 


114,635 


13,777 


Light Cream 


16,010 


3,225 


18,020 


3,650 


Heavy Cream 


16,753 


6,207 


13,839 


4,899 


Sour Cream 


13,819 


2,565 


11,511 


2,151 


Egg Nog 


21,200 


949 


21,400 


1,237 


Ice Cream Mix 


6,080 


775 


4,440 


602 


Sub Totals 


7,401,640 


266,742 


6,397,418 


233,906 


Plus Unaccounted For 


879 


509 


1,638 


1,513 


Gross Total Class I Milk 


7,402,519 


267,251 


6,399,054 


235,419 


Less Other Source Receipts 


1,128,374 


38,856 


983,563 


33,750 


Less Overages 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


CLASS I PRODUCER MILK IN POOL 


6.274.145 


228,395 


5.415.491 


201.669 


CIA.SS II MILK 










Used by Pool Plants in the 










Manufacture of Class II Items 


1,229,671 


17,441 


3,379,856 


29,444 


Sales to Non-Pool Manufacturing 










Plants 


2,848,565 


171,818 


1,191,731 


166,569 


Inventory Variation 


- 53,550 


+ 1,639 


+ 204,384 


+ 19,945 


Dumped or Livestock Feed 


13,137 


125 


5,999 


89 


Class II Shrinkage 


60.356 


5.887 


84,359 


9.721 


Gross Total Class II Milk 


4,098,179 


196,910 


4,866,329 


225,768 


Less Other Source Receipts 


1,046,308 


59,676 


2,862,002 


133,018 


Less Overages 


379 


379 


491 


491 


CLASS II PRODUCER MILK IN POOL 


3,051,492 


136.855 


2,003,836 


92,259 


T'^TAL PRODUCER MILK IN BOTH CLASSES 


9,325,637 


365,250 


7.419.327 


293,92.8 


UTILIZATION PERCENTAGES 








November , 1960 


November, 1959 




Milk 


B. F. 


Milk 


B. F. 


Producer Milk Utilized in Class I 


67.28 


62.53 


72.99 


68.61 


Ocher Source Milk Utilized in Class 


I 51.89 


39.43 


25.58 


20.24 


Producer Milk Utilized in Class II 


32.72 


37.47 


27.01 


31.39 


Oiher Source Milk Utilized in Class 


II 48.11 


60.57 


74.42 


79.76 


AVERAGE TESTS 








Average Test of Producer Milk Class 


I 3.64 




3.72 




Average Test of Producer Milk Class 


II 4.48 




4.60 




Average Test of Total Producer Milk 


3.92 




3.96 














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Page 3 



STATISTICAL SUMtdARY FOR NOVEMBER, I960 





November 


October 


November 


November 




1960 


1960 


1959 


1958 


Order No. 32. as Amended 


Reported 


Reported 


Audited 


Audited 


Gross: Class I Milk (Lbs.) 


7,402,519 


7,339,236 


6,399,054 


6,210,496 


Class II Milk 


4.098,179 


4,766.299 


4,866.329 


4.354.220 


Total Gross Utilization 


11,500,698 


12,105,535 


11,265,383 


10,564,716 


Total Daily Class I Milk (Lbs.) 


246,751 


236,750 


213,302 


207,017 


Daily Class I Milk Compared With 


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+ 4.2% 


+ 15,7% 


+ 19.2% 


Receipts: Producers Class I 


6,274,145 


6,230,313 


5,415,491 


5,336,027 


Class 11 


3.051,492 


3.517,116 


2,003,836 


2.415,320 


Total 


9,325,637 


9,747,429 


7,419,327 


7,751,347 


Other Sources 


2,174,682 


2,352,496 


3,845,565 


2,789,124 


Overages 


379 


5,610 


491 


24.245 


Total Receipts (Lbs.) 


11,500,698 


12,105,535 


11,265,383 


10,564,716 


Daily Production (Lbs.) 


310,855 


314,433 


247,311 


258,378 


Daily Production Compared With: 




- 1.1% 


+ 25.7% 


+ 20.3% 


Number of Producers 


862 


849 


800 


840 


Daily Producers per Farm (Lbs.) 


361 


370 


309 


308 


Producers' Average Butterfat Test 3.92% 


3.74% 


3.96% 


3.95% 


Gross Class I Milk to Producer Milk 79.4% 


75.3% 


86.2% 


80.1% 


Class II Price (3.5%) 


$3,150 


$3,119 


$3,176 


$2,908 


Basic Adjustment 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


Supply-Demand Adjustment — - 


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+ .26 


- .07 


Class I Price 


$4,750 


$4,719 


$5 .036 


$4,438 


Uniform Blend Price (3.57«) 


$4.24 


$4.15 


$4.57 


$3.98 


Butterfat Differentials: Class 


I $ .080 


$ .079 


$ .083 


$ .075 


Class 


II .071 


.070 


.074 


.067 


Producer .071 


.070 


.074 


.067 


Pool Value of Producer Milk 


$423,086 


$420,859 


$363,617 


$332,665 


Value of Producer Milk per Farm 


491 


496 


455 


396 


Non-Fat Dried Milk Solids Price 


$ .1315 


$ .1308 


$ .1303 


$ .1278 


Cheddar Cheese Price 


:40bo 


.3996 


.3426 


.3351 


92- Score Butter Price, Chicago 


.6147 


.6077 


.6393 


.5802 


Mft. Pay Price (4 plants) 


3.150 


3.119 


2.981 


2.881 


Butter- Cheese Formula Price 


3.001 


2.973 


3.007 


2.765 


Butter- Skim Powder Formula Price 


3.083 


3.049 


3.176 


2.908 










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FEDERAL MILK MARKET ADMINISTRATOR 
FORT WAYNE INDIATi^i MARI^flWG AREA 



Page 4 



United States Secretary 
of Agriculture 
Order No. 32, as Amended 



503 Strauss Building 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Telephone A- 7401 



ANNOUNCEMENT AND COMPUTATION OF UNIFORM PRICE FOR NOVEMBER. 1960 
(Based on Reports of 7 Handlers) 

Uniform Price $4.24 / Cwt., for 3.5% Milk 

ALLOCATION AND VALUE OF PRODUCER MILK 



Pounds 



Value Cwt. Total Value 



Class I Butterfat 
Skim 
Product 



228,395 

6.045.750 

6,274,145 



$81,950 $187,169.72 

1-950 117.892.13 

$ 4.862 



$305,061.85 



Class II Butterfat 136,855 
Skim 2.914.637 

Product 



3.051.492 



$71,665 
0.665 
$ 3.849 



$ 98,077.14 
19,382.33 

$117.459.47 



Total Producer Deliveries Pooled 9,325,637 
Add ; Overage Value 

Add : Other Source Assessments 

Total Value of Producer Milk 
Subtract : Butterfat Adjustment 

Add ; Cash Balance at December 9, 1960 

Subtract ; Reserve (between 4C and 5<?) 



$ 4.531 


$422,521.32 


.003 


271.61 


$ 4.534 


$422,792.93 


.003 


292.64 


$ 4.537 


$423,085.57 


.296 


27,585.42 


$ 4.241 


$395,500.15 


.040 


3,713.99 


$ 4.231 


$399,214.14 


.041 


3,807.13 



Announced 3.57« Uniform Price $ 4.24 $395 ,407 .01 

IMPORTANT; The announced uniform price of $4.24 cwt., is subject to a butterfat 
differential of $0,071 cwt., for each i/10 of 1% butterfat content variance from 
3.57o. This price is also subject to the applicable marketing service deduction 
and authorized hauling charges. 



PRODUCER UNIFORM PRICES AT BUTTERFAT TEST FOR NOVEMBER. 1960 
(F. 0. B. Fort Wayne, Indiana) 



Test 


Price 


Test 


Price 


Test 


Price 


Test 


Price 


3.25 


$4.0625 


3.75 


$4.4175 


4.35 


$4.8435 


4.95 


$5.2695 


3.30 


4.0980 


3.80 


4.4530 


4.40 


4.8790 


5.00 


5.3050 


3.35 


4.1335 


3.85 


4.4885 


4.45 


4.9145 


5.05 


5.3405 


3.40 


4.1690 


3.90 


4.5240 


4.50 


4.9500 


5.10 


5.3760 


3.45 


4.2045 


3.95 


4.5595 


4.55 


4.9855 


5.15 


5.4115 






4.00 


4.5950 


4.60 


5.0210 


5.20 


5 .4470 


3.50 


4.24 


4.05 


4.6305 


4.65 


5.0565 


5.25 


5.4825 






4.10 


4.6660 


4.70 


5.0920 


5.30 


5.5180 


3.55 


4.2755 


4.15 


4.7015 


4.75 


5.1275 


5.35 


5.5535 


3.60 


4.3110 


4.20 


4.7370 


4.80 


5.1630 


5.40 


5.5890 


3.65 


4.3465 


4.25 


4.7725 


4.85 


5.1985 


5.45 


5.6245 


3.70 


4.3820 


4.30 


4.8080 


4.90 


5.2340 


5.50 


5.6600 



R. J. Connolly 

December 9, 1960 Market Administrator