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No. 967.

POULTRY AND EGGS-PRODUCTION, BY STATES: 1965 AND 1966 [Eggs in millions; other figures in thousands. For composition of regions, see fig. I, p. xii]

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1 Rhode Island included with Massachusetts.

* Includes data for States not available separately.

* Idaho included with Montana. 4 Arizona included with Colorado.

Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. In annual report, Agricultural Statistics.

No. 968. POULTRY-NUMBER ON FARMS, VALUE, EGGS PRODUCED, AND PRICES:

1940 TO 1967

[Prior to 1961, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series K 242-253)

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Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. In annual report, Agricultural Statistics.

No. 969. WHOLE MILK SOLD, BY STATES: 1959 AND 1964
[Quantity in millions of pounds. For composition of regions, see fig. I, p. xii]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1964, preliminary reports, AC 64-P1.

No. 970.

FATS AND OILS-SUPPLY, DISPOSITION, AND UTILIZATION: 1940 TO 1966 [In millions of pounds. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii; except exports and imports include Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico for all years. Includes fat content of butter]

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Includes oil equivalent of cottonseed, soybeans, peanuts, and flaxseed exported for crushing abroad. Beginning 1950, excludes Government strategic stockpiling of coconut, palm, castor, and sperm oils. Includes commercial exports, voluntary or civilian relief, reexports, shipments to Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Beginning 1950, includes Government stockpiling.

Domestic. Not adjusted for trade and change in stocks of shortening, margarine, soap, and secondaries. Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Fats and Oils Situation; and Statistical Reporting Service. In annual report, Agricultural Statistics.

No. 971. ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS: 1964 TO 1966

[In millions of pounds. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Covers factory operations only and, therefore, excludes considerable quantities of lard, tallow, and grease produced on farms and by local butcheries and small renderers; and quantities consumed and held in homes, hotels, restaurants, and bakeries, and by painters, building contractors, garages, etc. Stocks include amounts held by, and in transit to, producers, factory consumers, and public storages, but excludes amounts held in private storages by retailers, wholesalers, and jobbers]

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1 Includes hydrogenated fats and other fats and oils "in process;" includes crude oils used directly in products. Production includes once-refined only (alkali or caustic washed); stocks include hydrogenated oils and other "in process" oils.

Includes stocks held by General Services Administration declared no longer required for strategic stockpile.
Production is quantity rendered; consumption and stocks include both rendered and refined.
Includes data for menhaden, sardine, and fish oils other than cod and cod liver.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M 20K-13.

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Source: Chart prepared by Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Data from National Forest Products Association, Washington, D.C.

Fig. XLIII. NEWSPRINT-PRODUCTION, STOCKS, CONSUMPTION, AND IMPORTS: 1945

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Source: Chart prepared by Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Data from Dept. of Commerce, Office of Business Economics, and Bureau of the Census.

Section 25

Forests and Forest Products

This section presents basic statistics on the area and ownership of commercial forest land, and on the annual growth, cut, and volume of timber on this land; forestry statistics covering the national forests and Forest Service cooperative programs; product statistics for lumber, pulpwood, wood pulp, paper and paperboard, turpentine, rosin, and veneer logs; and other similar data.

The principal sources of these data are Timber Trends in the United States, issued in 1965 by the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture, and The Demand and Price Situation for Forest Products, National Forest System, and Forest Fire Statistics, issued annually by the Forest Service; and reports of the quinquennial Census of Manufactures and the monthly and quarterly Current Industrial Reports, issued by the Bureau of the Census. Additional information in this field is published in the Annual Report of the National Forest Reservation Commission, the Annual Naval Stores Report of the Department of Agriculture's Statistical Reporting Service, the monthly Survey of Current Business of the Office of Business Economics, and the monthly Fingertip Facts and Figures of the National Forest Products Association, Washington, D.O.

The Bureau of the Census also collects statistics on foreign trade of forest products. The Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes monthly and annual statistics of wholesale lumber prices. Information on the domestic movement of forest products is collected by the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Association of American Railroads. The completeness and reliability of statistics on forests and forest products vary considerably. The data for forest land area and stand are, of course, much more reliable for areas which have been surveyed than for those which have not been surveyed. Estimates of fire damage or causes of fires are not completely reliable, although forest fire statistics for Federal lands are considered much better than those for private lands. In the field of forest products, much more data are available for lumber production and other manufactured products such as veneer and plywood, pulp and paper, naval stores, etc., than for the primary forest products such as poles and piling, fuelwood, and fence posts.

A historical series for production, imports, exports, and consumption of forest products is included in table 1021.

Historical statistics.-Tabular headnotes provide cross-references, where applicable, to Historico' Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1957. See preface. 657

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