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Year  Milk Production
Liters
 
 
1911238,762,875   
1912    
1913    
1914    
1915    
1916    
1917    
1918    
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1920    
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1922    
1923    
1924    
1925    
1926510,327,165   
1927    
1928    
1929    
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1931    
1932    
1933    
1934    
1935    
1936690,875,692   
1937    
1938    
1939    
1940    
1941697,848,918   
1942    
1943    
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1981    
1982    
1983    
1984    
1985    
1986    
1987572,476,618   
1988574,758,213   
1989573,805,365   
1990587,782,365   
1991571,933,307   
1992560,310,899   
1993541,007,369   
1994571,731,000   
1995586,574,000   
1996601,399,000   
1997608,271,000   
1998620,997,000   
1999630,944,000   
2000629,690,000   
2001639,079,000   
2002623,380,000   
2003635,065,000   
2004637,044,000   
2005624,029,000   
2006626,151,000   
2007656,024,000   
2008655,859,000   
2009653,210,000   
2010650,061,000   
2011660,058,000   
2012679,936,000   
2013653,529,000   
2014668,400,000   
 

References and Related Online Materials

Milk Production:

2001-2008: Government of Alberta Agriculture and Agri-Food.(2009). Alberta Dairy Industry, 2002-2008 (Table 69). Livestock. Last updated November 9, 2009. http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/sdd12890 (accessed July 15, 2010).

1987-2000: Data taken from previous versions of the above table in prior versions of the Alberta Agriculture Statistics Yearbook. 

Note: The above data is listed by dairy year (August 1-July31) instead of by calendar year. Data for the 2001-2002 dairy year is listed as 2001 in the above table.


1911-1941: Statistics Canada, Census of Agriculture, 1911, 1926, 1936, 1941 (reported in pounds, conversion of 2.205 pounds per litre was used).

Note: After 1951, Statistics Canada reported milk production statistics for only one month out of the year.