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STUDY OF THE DAIRY INDUSTRY

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APRIL 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, AND MAY 6, 1955

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COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE

HAROLD D. COOLEY, North Carolina, Chairman

W. R. POAGE, Texas, Vice Chairman GEORGE M. GRANT, Alabama

CLIFFORD R. HOPE, Kansas E. C. GATHINGS, Arkansas

AUGUST H. ANDRESEN, Minnesota JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina

WILLIAM S. HILL, Colorado THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi CHARLES B. HOEVEN, Iowa CARL ALBERT, Oklahoma

SID SIMPSON, Illinois WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia

PAUL B. DAGUE, Pennsylvania JAMES G. POLK, Ohio

RALPH HARVEY, Indiana CLARK W. THOMPSON, Texas

HAROLD O. LOVRE, South Dakota PAUL C. JONES, Missouri

PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma JOHN C. WATTS, Kentucky

CLIFFORD G. MCINTIRE, Maine HARLAN HAGEN, California

WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, New York LESTER R. JOHNSON, Wisconsin

KARL C. KING, Pennsylvania VICTOR L. ANFUSO, New York

ROBERT D. HARRISON, Nebraska ROSS BASS, Tennessee

MELVIN R. LAIRD, Wisconsin COYA KNUTSON, Minnesota

HENRY ALDOUS DIXON, Utah W. PAT JENNINGS, Virginia

DELEGATES
D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS, Florida

E. L. BARTLETT, Alaska
MRS. JOSEPH R. FARRINGTON, Hawaii

RESIDENT COMMISSIONER

A. FERNÓS-ISERN, Puerto Rico
Mrs. MABEL C. DOWNEY, Clerk
GEO. L. REID, Jr., Assistant Clerk
JOHN J. HEIMBURGER, Counsel
FRANCIS M. LEMAY, Consultant

SUBCOMMITTEE ON DAIRY PRODUCTS

THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi, Chairman JAMES G. POLK, Ohio

AUGUST H. ANDRESEN, Minnesota LESTER R. JOHNSON, Wisconsin

WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, New York OOYA KNUTSON, Minnesota

MELVIN R. LAIRD, Wisconsin

CONTENTS

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Statement of

Baker, John A., assistant to the president for legislative service,

National Farmers Union...
Bartlett, Roland W., professor of agricultural economics, University

of Illinois
Dahlberg, A. C., professor of dairy industry, Cornell University

Emery, H. J., Chief, Program Analysis Branch, Livestock and Dairy

Division, Commodity Stabilization Service, ÚSDA..

Forest, H. L., Director, Dairy Division, Department of Agriculture,

accompanied by Clarence H. Girard, Chief, Marketing. Division,

Ellen A. Henderson, Marketing Specialist, Dairy Division, and

W. G. Sullivan Agricultural Marketing Service-

Hood, Kenneth, assistant secretary, American Farm Bureau Federa-

tion, accompanied by John Lynn and Ed Tiedeman.--
Johnson, Stewart, professor of agricultural economics, University of

Connecticut

Kriesel, H, C., Agricultural Economics Division, Agricultural Mar-

keting Service, accompanied by A. S. Rojko, analytical statistician,

USDA.
Mason, J. P., director, division of economics, National Milk Producers

Federation, accompanied by Patrick Healy, William Groves, John

Waisanen, and William T. Eckles.
Taylor, John, director, division of dairy products, Indiana State

Board of Health..

Zimmerman, Gordon K., representing The National Grange.

Additional data submitted to the subcommittee by:

American Farm Bureau Federation:

Chicago class I price at Shawano, Wis., plus tank-car freight to

Boston, and Boston class I price (201-210-mile zone) plus

tank-car freight to Boston, 1940–54.--

Class I prices in six Federal order markets..

Fluid sales prices in six non-Federal markets, 3.5 percent butterfat

basis, for the years 1940, 1945, and 1953_-

Geography of market milk prices regulation by State agencies,

April 1954 (map)----

Milk marketing agreement and order programs as of January 1,

1955 (map) --

Bartlett, Roland 'W., professor of agricultural economics, University

of Illinois:

Comparison of 40 percent cream prices in New York, Philadelphia,

and Boston, 1937–52...

Exhibit I. Chicago milk strikes in the early 1930's..

Exhibit II. Facts about operation of the Chicago Federal order.

Exhibit III:

Figure 1. Changes in Chicago condensery prices and

United States farm prices, 1920-54.-

Figure 2. Prices for class I, class II, and condensery milk,

in the 70-mile zone, Chicago, 1940–54.-

Figure 3. Blend prices, condensery prices and net differ-

ences, Chicago, 1940–54.

Figure 4. Changes in condensery prices and 92-score

butter prices, Chicago, 1940–54.

Figure 5. Changes in condensery prices and wholesale

cheese prices, Plymouth, 1940-54..

Figure 6. Changes in condensery prices and in prices of

skim milk powder, Chicago, 1942–54.

Figure 7. Changes in number of milk producers on the

Chicago market, 1944-54.

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