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11 Dairy_2009 - Dairy Management • History and Behaviors...

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Unformatted text preview: Dairy Management • History and Behaviors (similar to Beef Cattle) • Production in U.S. and N.C. • I mportance • Dairy management calendar U.S. Dairy Demographics - 2007 • Total dairy operations - 71,500 • Total dairy cow inventory – 8.3 million head • Gross income in U.S. from sale of milk products - $35.6 billion Top Producing States • California, Wisconsin, New York, I daho and Pennsylvania are the top 5 states in terms of fluid milk production Leading Countries in Milk Production • U.S. 187 billion lbs • Russian Fed. 97 billion lbs • I ndia 66 billion lbs • France 62 billion lbs • China 4 billion lbs Yearly Per Capita Consumption of Milk • I reland 421 lbs • Sweden 362 lbs • Poland 341 lbs • Netherlands267 lbs • U.S. 211 lbs I mportance • I n general, the trend in the U.S. and world is for increased consumption of milk and other dairy products during the past 5 years Leading Cheese Producing Countries • U.S. 7 billion lbs • Germany 3 billion lbs • France 3 billion lbs WORLD TOTAL 33 billion lbs N.C. Dairy Demographics - 2007 • Total dairy operations – 470 • Total milk cow inventory – 48,000 head • Gross income in N.C. from sale of milk products - $191.5 million N.C. “Market Share” of U.S. Dairy I ndustry • Total operations – 0.8% • Total inventory – 0.5% • Gross income – 0.7% Production in N.C. • N.C. produced 944 million lbs of whole milk in 2006. • U.S. produced 181.7 billion lbs of whole milk in 2006 • N.C.’s “Market Share” – 0.5% NCDA Agricultural Statistics, 2003 Production in N.C. • Piedmont and mountain regions of state contain the greatest number of dairies and cows in N.C. Inventory of Dairy Cows in N.C. by County NCDA Agricultural Statistics, 2002 Production in N.C. • I redell 11,500 cows • Alleghany 3,700 cows • Randolph 3,100 cows • Rowan 2,800 cows • Alexander 2,800 cows • Yadkin 2,500 cows Production in N.C....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course ANS 150 taught by Professor Jamoore during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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