Table11-9 - 56.5 117.6 139.2 132.0 1978 46.7 1575.5 63.7...

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TABLE 11-9 DEMAND FOR CHICKENS, UNITED STATES, 1960-1982 Y = Per Capita Consumption of Chickens, Pounds Year Y 1960 27.8 397.5 42.2 50.7 78.3 65.8 1961 29.9 413.3 38.1 52.0 79.2 66.9 1962 29.8 439.2 40.3 54.0 79.2 67.8 1963 30.8 459.7 39.5 55.3 79.2 69.6 1964 31.2 492.9 37.3 54.7 77.4 68.7 1965 33.3 528.6 38.1 63.7 80.2 73.6 1966 35.6 560.3 39.3 69.8 80.4 76.3 1967 36.4 624.6 37.8 65.9 83.9 77.2 1968 36.7 666.4 38.4 64.5 85.5 78.1 1969 38.4 717.8 40.1 70.0 93.7 84.7 1970 40.4 768.2 38.6 73.2 106.1 93.3 1971 40.3 843.3 39.8 67.8 104.8 89.7 1972 41.8 911.6 39.7 79.1 114.0 100.7 1973 40.4 931.1 52.1 95.4 124.1 113.5 1974 40.7 1021.5 48.9 94.2 127.6 115.3 1975 40.1 1165.9 58.3 123.5 142.9 136.7 1976 42.7 1349.6 57.9 129.9 143.6 139.2 1977 44.1 1449.4
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Unformatted text preview: 56.5 117.6 139.2 132.0 1978 46.7 1575.5 63.7 130.9 165.5 132.1 1979 50.6 1759.1 61.6 129.8 203.3 154.4 1980 50.1 1994.2 58.9 128.0 219.6 174.9 1981 51.7 2258.1 66.4 141.0 221.6 180.8 1982 52.9 2478.7 70.4 168.2 232.6 189.4 X 2 = Real Disposable Income Per Capita, $ X 3 = Real Retail Price of Chicken Per Pound, Cents X 4 = Real Retail Price of Pork Per Pound, Cents X 5 = Real Retail Price of Beef Per Pound, Cents X 6 = Composite Real Price of Chicken Substitutes Per Pound, Cents X 2 X 3 X 4 X 5 X 6...
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