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DairyProductsWashington, D.C.Released June 2, 2010, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture.For information on Dairy Products call Jim Collom at (202) 690-3236, office hours 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ET.Special NoteNASS is in the process of modifying report layouts in order to improve readability. This report issue ispublished using both layouts but all future issues will only be produced with the new layout, which isavailable on the NASS website: http://www.nass.usda.gov. This is the last issue using this layout.April 2010 HighlightsTotal cheese output (excluding cottage cheese) was 863 million pounds, 1.8 percent above April 2009 but3.2 percent below March 2010.Italian type cheese production totaled 366 million pounds, 5.9 percent above April 2009 but 3.7 percentbelow March 2010.American type cheese production totaled 360 million pounds, 1.5 percent above April 2009 but 0.6 percentbelow March 2010.Butter production was 139 million pounds, 2.5 percent below April 2009 and slightly below March 2010.Dry Milk Powders: (comparisons with April 2009)Nonfat dry milk, human --- 152 million pounds, up 7.7 percent.Skim milk powders --- 14.5 million pounds, down 41.3 percent.Whey products: (comparisons with April 2009)Dry whey, total --- 90.8 million pounds, up 9.1 percent.Lactose, human and animal --- 71.6 million pounds, up 23.2 percent.Whey protein concentrate, total --- 35.7 million pounds, up 8.4 percent.Frozen products: (comparisons with April 2009)Ice cream, Regular (hard) --- 78.5 million gallons, down 0.7 percent.Ice cream, Lowfat (total) --- 38.5 million gallons, up 9.9 percent.Sherbet (hard) --- 4.79 million gallons, down 4.4 percent.Frozen Yogurt (total) --- 6.81 million gallons, down 3.0 percent.Da 2-6 (6-10)

U. S. Geographic RegionsDairy ProductsBeginning in 2010, USDA will no longer issue data for North Atlantic, South Atlantic, East North Central,West North Central, or South Central regions. North Atlantic and South Atlantic will be combined to formthe data for the Atlantic region. East North Central, West North Central, and South Central will becombined to form the data for the Central region.Dairy ProductsJune 2010Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ContentsPageDairy Products: Production by Product, United States . 1Whey and Modified Whey Products: Production, Stocks, and Prices, United States . 2Canned, Condensed, and Dry Milk Products: Production, Stocks, and Shipments, United States . 3Dairy Products: Production by Product and Month, United States . 4Select Commodities by State and United States. 11Procedures and Reliability . 17Information Contacts . 17Dairy ProductsJune 2010iAgricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Dairy Products: Production by Product,United States, April, 2009-2010ProductApr2009Mar2010 1Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 poundsChange 37138,636-2.5-0.1CheeseAmerican types 2CheddarOther AmericanBrick and MuensterCream and NeufchatelHispanicItalian typesMozzarellaParmesanProvoloneRicottaRomanoOther Italian typesSwissAll other 3.5-16.8Total CheeseCottage cheese, curd 3Cottage cheese, cream 4Cottage cheese, lowfat 5Sour creamYogurt, plain and flavored1,000 gallonsFrozen productsIce cream, regular, hardIce cream, lowfat, hardIce cream, lowfat, softIce cream, lowfat, totalIce cream, nonfat, hardSherbet, hardFrozen yogurt, totalRegular and lowfat, hardNonfat, hardOther frozen dairyproductsWater and juice icesMix for frozen productsIce cream, regular, mixIce cream, lowfat, mixIce cream, nonfat, mixSherbet mixYogurt mix1,000 gallons1,000 .0-5.5-3.58.9-0.92.94.00.64.41Revised.Includes Cheddar, Colby, Monterey, and Jack.3Mostly used for processing into cream or lowfat cottage cheese.4Fat content 4 percent or more.5Fat content less than 4 percent.2Dairy ProductsJune 20101Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Whey and Modified Whey Products: Production, Stocks,and Prices, United States, April, 2009-2010Apr2009ProductMar2010 1Change ,000 poundsCondensed whey, solids contentsweet-type, humanDry whey productsDry whey, humanDry whey, animalDry whey, totalReduced lactose and mineralsHumanAnimalLactose, human and animalWheyprotein concentrateHuman 3Animal 3Total 325.0-49.9 percent 450.0-89.9 percent 4Protein isolates 5Dry whey, animal1,000 32.84,2614,55217.96Manufacturers' stocks 121,10211,8693,8611,000 poundsDry whey productsDry whey, humanDry whey, animalDry whey, totalReduced lactose and mineralsHuman and animal 7Lactose, human and animalWheyProtein concentrateHuman 3Animal 3Total 325.0-49.9 percent 450.0-89.9 percent 4Protein isolates 51,000 pounds21,000 pounds1,000 acturers' selling price 8cents per poundcents per poundcents per poundcents changecents change17.835.431.914.1-3.51Revised.Final marketable product only. Does not include quantity used or shipped to another plant for further processing into dry whey ormodified whey products. Does not include sweet-type, animal whey.3Whey Protein Concentrate, 25.0 to 89.9 percent.4Whey Protein Concentrate, Human and Animal.5Whey Protein Isolate, 90.0 percent or greater.6Stocks held by manufacturers at all points and in transit.7Reduced lactose and minerals stocks combined to avoid disclosure of individual operations.8Prices for bulk goods, f.o.b. plant. Average monthly prices reported by firms.2Dairy ProductsJune 20102Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Canned, Condensed, and Dry Milk Products: Production, Stocks, and Shipments,United States, April, 2009-2010ProductApr2009Mar2010 1Change ,000 poundsBulk Condensed MilkSkim, UnsweetenedCanned MilkEvaporated and Cond. WholeDry ProductsDry ButtermilkDry Skim Milk, AnimalDry Whole MilkMilk Protein Conc., Total 2Nonfat Dry Milk, HumanSkim Milk Powder, Total 3Dry Milk ProductsDry Buttermilk, TotalDry Skim Milk, AnimalDry Whole MilkNonfat Dry Milk, ers' stocks end-of-month 1,39724,64571,2583,9692,1525,346179,9761,000 poundsNonfat Dry Milk, Human1,000 pounds133,6221,000 poundsCanned MilkEvaporated and Cond. Whole1,000 pounds153,0631,000 pounds76,9061,000 44,412Manufacturers' shipments 51,000 pounds139,3681,000 .2Dry milk protein concentrate, 40-89.9 percent3Includes protein standardized and blends4Stocks held by manufacturers at all points and in transit.5For dry products, shipments of bulk goods.Dairy ProductsJune 20103Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1By Month20092010ChangeFrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCumulative20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentTotal 371,3691.81.41.81.8American 0,372-2.7-1.8-1.4-0.7Cheddar .1-0.8See footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 20101.0--continued4Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCumulative20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentItalian 86,41610,54714,386-23.8-24.4-18.7-14.9Other ItalianJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecSee footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 2010--continued5Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCumulative20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 ,592-8.4-6.6-6.3-5.4Nonfat dry 1,91020,58142,61070,40684,86916.55.68.7-5.1Skim milk powders 2JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecSee footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 2010--continued6Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDry whey, totalJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCumulative20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 tose,human and 204,354275,98413.618.120.120.9Whey proteinconcentrate, 99138,231-1.4-2.1-0.31.8See footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 2010--continued7Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCumulative20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 poundspercentCream 0,73979,838106,693-3.0-1.7-3.7-6.0Lowfat 94371,2591.93.04.12.3Sour creamJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecSee footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 2010--continued8Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 gallons1,000 0 gallons1,000 gallonspercentIce cream,regular, ,540277,036-5.4-4.0-0.3-0.4Ice cream,lowfat, 26,177-7.1-1.21.13.7Sherbet, 50,2803,4387,12912,17716,966-1.3-5.2-3.2-3.5See footnote(s) at end of table.Dairy ProductsJune 2010--continued9Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

ProductandMonthYogurt,plain and flavoredJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecDairy Products: Production by Product and Month,United States, 2009-2010 1 (continued)By Month20092010Changefrom20091,000 pounds1,000 00 gallonsYogurt, 88339,217314,514399,691332,6111,000 00 pounds1,000 21,9153,831,9711,000 1,386,0331,000 17.7-15.4-9.0-7.21March 2010 data revised.Includes protein standardized and blends.3Excludes all modified dry whey products.2Dairy ProductsJune 201010Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Total Cheese, Excluding Cottage Cheese: Production byState and United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 5,187-9.9-1.2-8.9-3.4Oth Sts 2.5-2.112-8.8-3.1Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Dairy ProductsJune 201011Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

American Cheese: Production by State and United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 3,81772,200-5.44.3-2.80.5Oth Sts 312Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Cheddar Cheese: Production by State and United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 7-7.3-6.857,57756,0005.9-2.7Oth Sts vised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Dairy ProductsJune 201012Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Italian Cheese, Total: Production by State andUnited States, April 2009-2010StateCANYPAWIChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 Oth Sts 212Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Mozzarella Cheese: Production by State and United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 1.1-0.1-1.9-14.0-3.3Oth Sts -3.3-2.612Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Dairy ProductsJune 201013Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Butter: Production by State and United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 poundsCAPA45,6736,80951,83748,320Oth Sts ,09672,3145.7-16.59.00.47.6-5.2Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Nonfat Dry Milk, Human: Production by Stateand United States, April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 pounds1,000 pounds1,000 ,44921.513.9Oth Sts st12Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Dairy ProductsJune 201014Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Dry Whey, Human: Production by Stateand United States, April 2009-2010StateMar 12010Apr20091,000 poundsChange fromApr20101,000 poundsApr20091,000 ,84211,72725,9002.11.126.64.3Oth Sts Revised.States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Ice Cream, Regular, Hard: Production by State and United States,April 2009-2010StateChange fromApr2009Mar 12010Apr20101,000 gallons1,000 gallons1,000 07-6.018.03.18.3-5.42.0Oth Sts 234,22537,54737,161US79,02279,94078,496-0.7-1.8N AtlS AtlAtlanticE N CenW N CenS 2States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. Percent change shown onlywhen comparable States are included in the calculation.Dairy ProductsJune 201015Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

Statistical MethodologyData Collection Period: Dairy products estimates are based upon survey data collected after the close of each month.Production data is provided by the firms producing dairy products.Sampling frames and sample size: In 2009, there were 1,178 manufacturers that produced one or more dairy products.In states with small numbers of plants, reports are received from all plants each month. In states with large numbers ofplants, survey procedures are designed to obtain monthly reports from all large plants and from a sample of smallplants. In some states, the State Departments of Agriculture assist in collection of data, which eliminates duplicatereporting and reduces respondent burden.Modes of data collection: Data are collected by mail, personal and telephone interviews, facsimile, and via electronicmail.Terms and definitions: Firms complete the questionnaire using standard industry definitions and through the aid ofinstructions and definitions provided on the questionnaire.Reliability: The Dairy Products report is a Census of all known manufacturers of dairy products in the United States.Firms producing a large quantity of dairy products, along with a sample of smaller firms, are contacted monthly tocollect previous month production data. Those small firms not contacted monthly are contacted after the close of theyear to obtain previous year production. Production of products at small firms not contacted monthly are estimatedduring the monthly survey based upon check data, and state and national trends. Small firms are defined as those that donot make up a significant portion of the published total. Plants storing nonfat dry milk and dry whey are required underFederal law to complete the Dairy Products report. Plants storing these items are contacted monthly. Additionally,many state governments have mandated that dairy plants in their state complete the Dairy Products report each month.Because the Dairy Products survey is a census, sampling error should not affect the final estimates, however nonsampling errors are possible.Estimating Procedures: In the field office (FO), data reported by firms are reviewed for reasonableness andconsistency by comparing with data reported in prior months and by data reported by other firms in the State. Each fieldoffice summarizes data at the State level. State estimates are submitted to the Agricultural Statistics Board (ASB) alongwith supporting comments where they are compared with surrounding states, their region, and national trends. Duringboth FO and ASB review, plants are sometimes contacted again for further verification of numbers reported. After ASBreview, FO data are summarized into a National level summary.Revision Policy: Monthly estimates are subject to revision the month following the preliminary estimates. Annualestimates are published in late April in the “Dairy Products Yearly Summary” report which includes any revisions madeto previous 2 years of estimates. Revisions are generally due to plant data that are received too late to be included in thecurrent report.Information ContactsListed below are the commodity specialists in the Livestock Branch of the National Agricultural Statistics Service tocontact for additional information.Dan Kerestes, Chief, Livestock Branch . (202) 720-3570Scott Hollis, Head, Livestock Section .Jim Collom – Dairy Products .Joe Gaynor – Dairy Products Prices .Jason Hardegree – Cattle, Cattle on Feed .Sherry Bertramsen – Livestock Slaughter .Everett Olbert – Sheep and Goats .Mike Miller – Milk Production and Milk Cows .Nick Streff – Hogs and Pigs .Dairy ProductsJune 201017(202) 690-2424(202) 690-3236(202) 690-2168(202) 720-3040(515) 284-4340(202) 720-4751(202) 720-3278(202) 720-3106Agricultural Statistics BoardNASS, USDA

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Da 2-6 (6-10) Dairy Products . West North Central, or South Central regions. North Atlantic and South Atlantic will be combined to form the data for the Atlantic region. East North Central, West North Central, and South Central will be . 5,484 92,504 2,173 5,168 73,870 33,999 2,423 36,422 21,194 15,228 4,261 6,872 85,615 5,162 90,777 2,055 .

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