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1 Dairy Products ISSN: Released March 2,, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Highlights Total cheese output (excluding cottage cheese) was 883 million pounds, 5.0 percent above but 2.7 percent below. Italian type cheese production totaled 382 million pounds, 5.3 percent above but 2.2 percent below. American type cheese production totaled 363 million pounds, 4.4 percent above but 2.3 percent below. Butter production was 167 million pounds, 2.7 percent above and 5.4 percent above. Dry milk powders (comparisons with ) Nonfat dry milk, human million pounds, down 9.2 percent. Skim milk powders million pounds, up 94.3 percent. Whey products (comparisons with ) Dry whey, total million pounds, up 6.1 percent. Lactose, human and animal million pounds, up 22.2 percent. Whey protein concentrate, total million pounds, up 1.2 percent. Frozen products (comparisons with ) Ice cream, regular (hard) million gallons, up 0.7 percent. Ice cream, lowfat (total) million gallons, up 1.3 percent. Sherbet (hard) million gallons, down 10.0 percent. Frozen yogurt (total) million gallons, down 5.3 percent.

2 Contents Dairy Products Production by Product United States: and... 3 Whey and Modified Whey Products Production, Stocks, and Prices United States: and... 4 Canned, Condensed, and Dry Milk Products Production, Stocks, and Shipments United States: and... 5 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and... 6 Total Cheese Production Excluding Cottage Cheese States and United States: and American Cheese Production States and United States: and Cheddar Cheese Production States and United States: and Total Italian Cheese Production States and United States: and Mozzarella Cheese Production States and United States: and Butter Production States and United States: and Nonfat Dry Milk (Human) Production States and United States: and Dry Whey (Human) Production States and United States: and Ice Cream, Regular (Hard) Production States and United States: and Dairy Products Regions Statistical Methodology Information Contacts Dairy Products (March )

3 Dairy Products Production by Product United States: and Product Butter , , , Cheese American types 1... Cheddar... Other American types... Brick and Muenster... Cream and Neufchatel... Hispanic... Italian types... Mozzarella... Parmesan... Provolone... Ricotta... Romano... Other Italian types... Swiss... All other types , ,552 81,011 10,076 56,577 16, , ,020 21,041 27,028 23,514 2,852 3,278 27,179 21, , ,875 89,262 11,103 59,687 19, , ,715 17,890 29,316 26,000 3,110 5,653 29,353 26, , ,470 81,265 9,880 54,414 18, , ,234 18,924 26,710 22,690 2,848 4,706 27,014 28, Total cheese , , , Cottage cheese, curd 2... Cottage cheese, cream 3... Cottage cheese, lowfat ,352 24,963 29,093 31,340 24,120 28,702 32,258 25,029 29, Sour cream... Yogurt, plain and flavored... 89, , , ,832 96, , Frozen products Ice cream, regular, hard... Ice cream, lowfat, hard... Ice cream, lowfat, soft... Ice cream, lowfat, total... Ice cream, nonfat, hard... Sherbet, hard... Frozen yogurt, total... Regular and lowfat, hard... Nonfat, hard... Other frozen dairy products... Water and juice ices... (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) (percent) 55,429 9,656 13,039 22,695 1,030 3,438 3,816 1, ,212 52,298 8,695 13,396 22,091 1,054 2,874 3,815 1, ,627 55,811 9,462 13,535 22,997 1,241 3,095 3,615 1, , Mix for frozen products Ice cream, regular, mix... Ice cream, lowfat, mix... Ice cream, nonfat, mix... Sherbet mix... Yogurt mix... 32,582 12, ,202 2,313 29,410 12, ,786 2,312 31,169 13, ,055 2, Includes Cheddar, Colby, Monterey, and Jack. 2 Mostly used for processing into cream or lowfat cottage cheese. 3 Fat content 4 percent or more. 4 Fat content less than 4 percent. Dairy Products (March ) 3

4 Whey and Modified Whey Products Production, Stocks, and Prices United States: and Product Production Condensed whey, solids content 1 Sweet-type, human... 7,018 8,202 8, Dry whey products Dry whey, human... Dry whey, animal... Dry whey, total... 82,489 3,482 85,971 84,133 5,220 89,353 86,600 4,606 91, Reduced lactose and minerals Human... Animal... 2,071 4,950 2,869 4,703 2,597 4, Whey protein concentrate Human 2... Animal 2... Total percent percent ,705 2,981 34,686 20,092 14,594 33,454 2,722 36,176 20,138 16,038 32,234 2,885 35,119 19,984 15, Whey protein isolates ,684 6,434 5, Lactose, human and animal... 66,864 80,292 81, Manufacturers' stocks end of month 5 Dry whey products Dry whey, human... Dry whey, animal... Dry whey, total... 45,353 1,585 46,938 42,618 4,422 47,040 44,827 3,773 48, Reduced Lactose and minerals Human and animal ,197 6,427 5, Whey protein concentrate Human 2... Animal 2... Total percent percent ,141 2,077 36,218 20,940 15,278 34,265 1,822 36,087 16,899 19,188 32,403 1,520 33,923 15,836 18, Whey protein isolates ,429 4,356 5, Lactose, human and animal... 61,451 (cents per pound) (cents per pound) (cents per pound) (cents change) (cents change) Manufacturers' selling price 7 Dry whey, animal Final marketable product only. Does not include quantity used or shipped to another plant for further processing into dry whey or modified whey products. Does not include sweet-type, animal whey. 2 Whey protein concentrate, 25.0 to 89.9 percent. 3 Whey protein concentrate, human and animal. 4 Whey protein isolate, 90.0 percent or greater. 5 Stocks held by manufacturers at all points and in transit. 6 Reduced lactose and minerals stocks combined to avoid disclosure of individual operations. 7 Prices for bulk goods, f.o.b. plant. Average monthly prices reported by firms. 81,005 80, Dairy Products (March )

5 Canned, Condensed, and Dry Milk Products Production, Stocks, and Shipments United States: and Product Production Bulk condensed milk Skim, unsweetened , , , Canned milk Evaporated and condensed whole... 38,257 41,548 38, Dry milk products Dry buttermilk, total... Dry skim milk, animal... Dry whole milk... Milk protein concentrate, total 1... Nonfat dry milk, human... Skim milk powder, total , ,344 7, ,618 20,581 9, ,313 7, ,394 27,184 11, ,160 7, ,751 39, Manufacturers' stocks end-of-month 3 Canned milk Evaporated and condensed whole... 59,433 52,237 61, Dry milk products Dry buttermilk, total... Dry skim milk, animal... Dry whole milk... Nonfat dry milk, human... 13,395 1,707 6, ,001 10,927 1,054 7, ,536 9,623 1,193 7,578 97, Manufacturers' shipments 4 Dry milk products Nonfat dry milk, human , , , Dry milk protein concentrate, percent. 2 Includes protein standardized and blends. 3 Stocks held by manufacturers at all points and in transit. 4 For dry products, shipments of bulk goods. Dairy Products (March ) 5

6 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Total cheese... February... March... April... May... June... July... August... September... October... November By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 841, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,646 1,616,919 2,508,552 3,370,568 4,249,823 5,130,673 6,012,314 6,887,508 7,766,140 8,657,992 9,540,952 10,448, , Total American cheese types 1... February... March... April... May... June... July... August... September... October... November , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,989 1,030,246 1,388,776 1,759,057 2,129,035 2,497,450 2,851,153 3,204,990 3,568,012 3,918,045 4,289, , Cheddar cheese... February... March... April... May... June... July... August... September... October... November See footnote(s) at end of table. 266, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,907 1,063,864 1,351,077 1,637,161 1,913,295 2,177,391 2,435,972 2,709,540 2,973,147 3,255, , continued 6 Dairy Products (March )

7 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Total Italian cheese types... March... May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 362, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,115 1,073,692 1,440,259 1,809,711 2,172,701 2,537,026 2,903,677 3,269,551 3,638,783 4,019,484 4,410, , Mozzarella... March... May... June , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,407 1,132,700 1,426,488 1,717,073 2,008,731 2,303,560 2,594,583 2,886,590 3,185,968 3,494, , Other Italian cheese types... March... May... June See footnote(s) at end of table. 3,278 3,138 4,131 3,936 4,536 4,262 4,344 4,447 4,575 4,519 5,074 5,653 4, ,278 6,416 10,547 14,483 19,019 23,281 27,625 32,072 36,647 41,166 46,240 51,893 4, continued Dairy Products (March ) 7

8 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Butter... March... May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 162, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,865 1,035,525 1,149,315 1,270,925 1,404,182 1,562, , Nonfat dry milk, human... March... May... June , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,271 1,077,833 1,187,129 1,302,402 1,419,055 1,560, , Skim milk powders 2... March... May... June See footnote(s) at end of table. 20,581 22,029 27,796 14,463 17,146 32,708 22,626 15,075 17,469 17,522 19,205 27,184 39, ,581 42,610 70,406 84, , , , , , , , ,804 39, continued 8 Dairy Products (March )

9 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Dry whey, total March May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 85,971 78,244 92,504 90,726 89,577 86,053 87,537 81,856 78,126 78,738 80,101 89,353 91, , , , , , , , , , , ,433 1,018,786 91, Lactose, human and animal March May... June ,864 63,620 73,870 71,582 74,937 76,068 78,557 79,051 76,136 73,585 74,270 80,292 81, , , , , , , , , , , , ,832 81, Whey protein concentrate, total March May... June See footnote(s) at end of table. 34,686 31,391 36,422 35,681 35,899 34,231 36,026 35,255 35,728 35,351 34,603 36,176 35, ,686 66, , , , , , , , , , ,449 35, continued Dairy Products (March ) 9

10 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Cottage cheese, cream... March... May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 24,963 25,776 29,099 26,462 26,226 27,061 27,687 28,868 28,007 25,611 26,051 24,120 25, ,963 50,739 79, , , , , , , , , ,931 25, Cottage cheese, lowfat... March... May... June ,093 30,057 35,268 32,043 29,863 32,366 32,571 32,415 33,893 29,527 29,577 28,702 29, ,093 59,150 94, , , , , , , , , ,375 29, Sour cream... March... May... June See footnote(s) at end of table. 89,580 85, ,351 90,309 93,408 98,411 90, ,301 94, , , ,923 96, , , , , , , , , , ,835 1,066,427 1,178,350 96, continued 10 Dairy Products (March )

11 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Ice cream, regular hard... March... May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) 55,429 63,171 79,940 78,499 81,929 84,255 78,706 75,791 74,089 61,146 51,719 52,298 55, , , , , , , , , , , , ,972 55, Ice cream, lowfat total... March... May... June ,695 27,538 37,430 38,601 37,466 45,376 40,959 39,949 33,478 27,934 25,618 22,091 22, ,695 50,233 87, , , , , , , , , ,135 22, Sherbet, hard... March... May... June See footnote(s) at end of table. 3,438 3,691 5,048 4,790 4,622 4,827 4,564 3,822 3,540 3,001 2,725 2,874 3, ,438 7,129 12,177 16,967 21,589 26,416 30,980 34,802 38,342 41,343 44,068 46,942 3, continued Dairy Products (March ) 11

12 Dairy Products Production by Product and Month United States: and (continued) [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Product and month Yogurt, plain and flavored... March... May... June By month Cumulative (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 pounds) (percent) 339, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,731 1,053,422 1,385,737 1,725,643 2,079,591 2,419,616 2,784,208 3,173,425 3,513,228 3,831,950 4,173, , Frozen yogurt, total... March... May... June Includes Cheddar, Colby, Monterey, and Jack. 2 Includes protein standardized and blends. 3 Excludes all modified dry whey products. (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) 3,816 4,458 6,526 6,816 6,808 7,630 7,577 6,448 5,727 4,488 4,011 3,815 3, ,816 8,274 14,800 21,616 28,424 36,054 43,631 50,079 55,806 60,294 64,305 68,120 3, Dairy Products (March )

13 Total Cheese Production Excluding Cottage Cheese States and United States: and State California... Idaho... Illinois... Iowa... Minnesota... New Mexico... New York... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Vermont... Wisconsin ,554 66,937 6,022 20,079 54,368 54,591 57,627 17,158 33,621 19,626 9, , ,333 74,674 6,947 21,308 53,119 66,528 64,842 18,139 34,905 23,012 10, , ,123 68,435 6,151 20,939 53,688 68,333 57,134 17,555 34,617 22,973 9, , Other States , , , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West , , , , , ,631 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 109, , , Dairy Products (March ) 13

14 American Cheese Production States and United States: and State California... Idaho... Iowa... Oregon... Wisconsin... 53,164 53,602 16,153 13,206 71,214 51,034 57,709 16,801 12,841 72,896 49,855 54,225 16,915 13,726 70, Other States , , , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 13, , ,335 16, , ,771 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 15, , , Cheddar Cheese Production States and United States: and State California... Idaho... Iowa... Minnesota... Wisconsin... 29,671 45,057 11,209 42,070 56,743 27,808 45,867 10,152 42,836 56,939 29,966 44,971 10,360 41,843 53, Other States ,802 98, , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 13, , ,223 16, , ,871 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 15, , , Dairy Products (March )

15 Total Italian Cheese Production States and United States: and State California... New York... Pennsylvania... Wisconsin ,980 30,935 23, , ,177 34,328 22, , ,700 30,632 23, , Other States , , , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 62, , ,200 63, , ,129 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 60, , , Mozzarella Cheese Production States and United States: and State California... New York... Wisconsin... 97,658 16,358 69, ,872 17,006 76, ,512 16,313 74, Other States , , , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 41,527 97, ,294 39, , ,612 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 40, , , Dairy Products (March ) 15

16 Butter Production States and United States: and State California... 54,654 53,624 53, Other States , , , United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 15,895 65,299 80,873 17,293 59,187 81,571 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 17,851 67,281 81, Nonfat Dry Milk (Human) Production States and United States: and State California... 72,447 75,050 61, Other States ,171 66,344 55, United States , , , Atlantic... Central... West... 15,580 11, ,932 19,748 13, ,340 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 12,888 9,360 94, Dairy Products (March )

17 Dry Whey (Human) Production States and United States: and State New York... Wisconsin... 10,795 26,697 8,369 25,566 7,788 26, Other States ,997 50,198 52, United States... 82,489 84,133 86, Atlantic... Central... West... 20,429 41,591 20,469 18,005 40,310 25,818 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 17,971 41,598 27, Ice Cream, Regular (Hard) Production States and United States: and State California... Indiana... Massachusetts... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Oregon... Pennsylvania... Texas... Utah... Wisconsin... (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (1,000 gallons) (percent) (percent) 9,022 5,248 2,193 2, , ,169 2,862 1, ,536 5,239 1,320 1, , ,817 2,624 1, ,457 5, , , ,016 3,151 1,394 1, Other States ,135 27,018 25, United States... 55,429 52,298 55, Atlantic... Central... West... 13,391 28,314 13,724 10,850 30,619 10,829 1 States not shown when fewer than 3 plants reported or individual plant operations could be disclosed. 11,021 29,678 15, Dairy Products (March ) 17

18 18 Dairy Products (March )

19 Statistical Methodology: Dairy Products Data Collection Period: Dairy products estimates are based upon survey data collected after the close of each month. Production data are 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 all plants each month. In states with large numbers of plants, survey procedures are designed to obtain monthly reports all large plants and a sample of small plants. In some states, the State Departments of Agriculture assist in collection of data, which eliminates duplicate reporting and reduces respondent burden. Modes of data collection: Data are collected by mail, personal and telephone interviews, facsimile, and via electronic mail. Terms and definitions: Firms complete the questionnaire using standard industry definitions and through the aid of instructions and definitions provided on the questionnaire. Reliability: Data for the Dairy Products report are collected by a Census of all known manufacturers of dairy products in the United States. Firms producing a large quantities of dairy products, along with a sample of smaller firms, are contacted monthly to collect previous month production data. Those small firms not contacted monthly are contacted after the close of the year to obtain previous year production. Production of products at small firms not contacted monthly are estimated during the monthly survey based upon check data, and state and national trends. Small firms are defined as those that do not make up a significant portion of the published total. Plants storing nonfat dry milk and dry whey are required under Federal 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 non-sampling errors are possible. Estimating Procedures: In the field office (FO), data reported by firms are reviewed for reasonableness and consistency by comparing with data reported in prior months and by data reported by other firms in the State. Each field office summarizes data at the State level. State estimates are submitted to the Agricultural Statistics Board (ASB) along with supporting comments where they are compared with surrounding states, their region, and national trends. During both FO and ASB review, plants are sometimes contacted again for further verification of numbers reported. After ASB review, FO data are summarized into a National level summary. Revision Policy: Monthly estimates are subject to revision the month following the preliminary estimates. Annual estimates are published in late April in the Dairy Products Yearly Summary report which includes any revisions made to previous 2 years of estimates. Revisions are generally due to plant data that are received too late to be included in the current report. Dairy Products (March ) 19

20 Information Contacts Listed below are the commodity specialists in the Livestock Branch of the National Agricultural Statistics Service to contact for additional information. inquiries may be sent to Dan Kerestes, Chief, Livestock Branch... (202) Scott Hollis, Head, Livestock Section... (202) Sherry Bertramsen Livestock Slaughter... (515) Doug Bounds Hogs and Pigs... (202) Joe Gaynor Dairy Products Prices... (202) Jason Hardegree Cattle, Cattle on Feed... (202) Mike Miller Milk Production and Milk Cows... (202) Everett Olbert Sheep and Goats... (202) Lorie Warren Dairy Products... (202) Access to NASS Reports For your convenience, you may access NASS reports and products the following ways: All reports are available electronically, at no cost, on the NASS web site: Both national and state specific reports are available via a free subscription. To set-up this free subscription, visit and in the Receive NASS Updates box under Receive reports by , click on National or State to select the reports you would like to receive. Printed reports may be purchased the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) by calling toll-free (800) , or (703) if calling outside the United States or Canada. Accepted methods of payment are Visa, MasterCard, check, or money order. For more information on NASS surveys and reports, call the NASS Agricultural Statistics Hotline at (800) , 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET, or The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, political beliefs, genetic information, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual's income is derived any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) (voice and TDD). To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Stop 9410, Washington, DC , or call toll-free at (866) (English) or (800) (TDD) or (866) (English Federal-relay) or (800) (Spanish Federal-relay). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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