Dairy statistics, February 2020
The total amount of milk sold off farms increased 6.1% year over year to 754 704 kilolitres in February. Meanwhile, milk sold off farms for fluid purposes decreased 1.6% to 211 410 kilolitres. Milk sold off farms for industrial purposes increased 9.5% year over year to 543 294 kilolitres.
Total cash receipts from milk and cream sold off farms rose 10.6% year over year to $594.5 million in February.
Note to readers
Dairy statistics are available for Canada and the provinces.
Milk sold off farms, total is the total milk sold from Canadian farms; it includes milk for fluid purposes and milk for industrial purposes.
Milk sold for fluid purposes is milk used for table milk and cream (excluding sour cream).
Milk sold for industrial purposes is milk used for manufactured products such as butter, cheese, yogurt and ice cream.
Data in table 32-10-0001-01 on dairy stocks are as of March 1, 2020, and represent the ending stocks of the previous month.
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