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MARKETING


PECANS


SUMMARY


OF


1958


SEASON


T. R.


Butts


MARKET


NEWS


SERVICE


FRUITS


VEGETABLES


UNITED


STATES


DEPARTMENT


OF AGRICULTURE


AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
and
THE ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. THE FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU,


THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


THE MISSISSIPPI


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE,


AND THE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING COMMISSION

Cooperating


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FOREWO


RD.


information in this


summary was


compiled from the semi-weekly


reports issued at Albany, Georgia from October 28
Data for these reports were collected in Georgia,


Mississippi by the local reporter with the aid


Market News


office


Market News office


News


office collected


to December 23,


Florida,


of Mr.


1958.


Alabama and


Wann of


the Dairy


in Jackson and Mr, Morgan of the Fruit & Vegetable


in Birmingham.


Hopkins


the data from South Carolina


the market reports was assembled b
and relayed to the Market News off
reports were published and mailed.
Oklahoma, Chicago and New York cit


to the Atlanta


ythe


the Columbia Market
* The information for


local representative in Albany


ice in Atlanta


by telephone,


Information from Texas,


y was


where


Louisiana,


sent over the teletype direct


office,


local representative


so cooperative


at Albany wishes


to thank those who were


in furnishing information for the reports during the 1958


season


These


market reporter


Texas,


include growers,
s in Columbia, J


Oklahoma and Louisiana.


buyers,
ackson,


dealers, a
Birmingham,


auction managers


Chicago,


York city,


semi-weekly pecan report was financed


United States Department
and the Alabama Departmen


Bureau,


the Georgia Depar


Department of


Agriculture and


of Agriculture,
t of Agriculture
tment of Agricul


Commerce,


Agricultural Marketing Commission,


cooperatively by the


Agricultural Marketing Service,
, the Florida State Marketing
.ture, the Mississippi
nd the South Carolina State


copies


the United States Depar
Service, Market News Br


Washington 25,


Issued at Sanford,


of this summary may be secured by writing to
tment of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing


anch,


Flori4a,


Fruit and Vegetable Division,


Mazrob )S939


Additional










-1-



REVIEW OF THE 1958 PECAN MARKETING SEASON.


Market reports were issued semi-weekly on pecans at Albany,


Georgia from October 28th through December 23rd,


were issued


by the Market News Branch,


of the United States Department of


Alabama Department of Agricultur
the Georgia Department of Agricu
Agroculture and Commerce and the
Commission.

The Crop Reporting Board of


Agriculture


in its December report,


would total 162,100,000 pounds.
141,350,000 pounds and the aver
was 148,377.000 pounds. The pr


e,
Itu


1958.


These reports


Fruit and Vegetable Division


Agriculture in cooperation with the
the Florida State Marketing Bureau,
re, the Mississippi Department of


South Carolina State Marketing


the United States Department of


estimated that


the 1958 pecan crop


The production in 1957 was
age during the 10 year period 1947-1956


oduction of


improved varieties was


estimated to be above the average crop and more than double last year's


small crop.
below the ave


The wild and seedling crop was estimated
rage and less than 75% of last year's pr


The pecan crop was generally spotty o
eastward from Monticello the crop was very


n all states.


light,


to be


slightly


reduction.


In Florida,


In Georgia,


some


sections had a good crop,


very


light.


while


In Alabama and Mississippi


pecans along the Gulf
the crop was irregular


coast, but in other
. In South Carolina


a short distance away the crop was


there was


a heavy


set of


sections of those states
the crop was about normal.


Severe damage was done by Hurricane Helene in seven counties of


southeastern North Carolina.


river,


the states west of


Louisiana was the only one that had


some counties in Oklahoma


a near no


the Mississippi
rmal crop. In


the crop was almost a failure due


to rainy


weather when


Florida,


the trees were


Georgia,


in blossom.


The five states,


Mississippi and South Carolina.


Alabama,


which cooperated in


issuing the reports from Albarw, produced more than 50o of
1958 crop and approximately 78 of all improved varieties.


the entire
Georgia is


the largest


producer of


improved varieties.


followed by


Alabama.


is estimated that these two states produced approximately 60 of
improvedvarieties grown in 1958 and nearly 40% of the entire cr


Arkansas,


Louisiana,


and selling varieties


Oklahoma and Texas produce the bulk of


The estimated production of


op.


the wild


these varieties


this season in those four states was approximately 40,000,000 pounds


less than last year's


heavy production,


and about 4,000,000 pounds


below the averOn Arim4ncr f.hn nerY4A 1 ALV-.1IO-_








S2-


1958 MA.KET3HG SEASON(Continued)


The quality of the 1
Starts were of very good


were generally


958 pecan crop was irregular,


quality although a


of poor quality in all states


Success were generally


a wide range


in quality.


good ouflity,.


few were po


In Georgia most
or. Schleys


the crop was very


Other improved varieties


edlings were generally


of good


light.


showed


quality in all


state
Gulf


S,


although late


in the


season some were


coast in Alabama and Mississippi


early in


season,


was poor to


tho quality


fair but


In Florida Stuarts were generally of
South Carolina crop was about normal,


of light weight.


Along the


of improved varieties,


improved later in


fair quality.


The quality


the season.


of the


On account


of the estimate of


a crop considerable above normal,


prices


at the


beginning


of the


season


proved


lowest of the


season.
truckers
orchard


Throughout much of


and many


as soon


2)rowers


as they wer


s eas on


there was a good demand from


found ready sales
e harvested. Alt


for their pecans at th
hough most sellers and


processors


bought only


enough for their irrnmmediate needs


early in


season,


prices


began to


rise


shortly after harvesting was under way


continued


rise


steadily until


around


Thanksgiving,


when


there was a


slight decline


in price.


Early


in December the market strengthened again


and held steady through December 23rd,


last auction held at Cordele,


when


Georgia


last report was issued.


on January 8th,


1959,


showed


little change
auction held


in prices
on December


of good
18th.


pecans compared with


last previous


*1 TkMON~S:


1958 crop of


almonds


in California


is estimated at


20,000 tons,
year average.


6 smaller than last
The crop turned out


year and approximately


to be


of the 10


the smallest since 1941.


poor


set of


nuts and a heavy drop was


pollination and


attributed


to a heavy infestation


to excessive rainfall during


of fungus diseases.


*FILBERTS
estimated at


Production


7,150 tons,


1958 crop had more
Brown-stain. A hi


blanks


of filberts


43% below


in Oregon and Washington is


last year and


than a year earlier,


gh percentage


Jumbo and Medium sizes.


below average.


apparently as a result of


of the crop graded Large which meant fewer


Weather was


ideal for harvesting the crop.


"WALNUTS:
84,500 tons,


The 1948 crop of walnut
27% greater than in 1957


largest since


1949.


Districts with sizes


sunburn


California growers


and grades


but did not affect


Oregon also h
d..nmnvFrin nil tc -


ad considerable


above average,


the tonnage. Si
.e sunburn and th
)icro 4'hin ahcfll a


in California and


Oregon


and 15% above average.


had a good


crop


totaled


The crop was
in nearly all


HOT WEATHER caused some


zes were larger than usual.


ere was


a fairly heavy drop of


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PECAN


SP B 0 D U C T I 0 N


State


N. C.
S. C.


Ala.
Miss.
Arik.

Ila.

N.Nex.


----- ---- -r arr
---rrr~oia~ti L95


1,875
3,256
31,272
2,859
13,908


4*336


3,405
1,561
/28,734


1957


70O


4,700
1,300
3.300
3,400
1,400
2,200
2,200
5,400


1958


2,000
3,100
30,400
2,700
21,000


8,400


4,000
2,400
3*sxO


- -
- a


a --- --- ------- --


i~~~~15 1968lU~J8s~Fd~gp~~~a,
rw~~Jei 1jj5t 2fl5D
-~s' -- w


240


6,074
2,026
3.124
4,699
4,075
11,925
18,359


a


aiiuas
250


2,800
1,100


4,300
4,075
14,900
28,800


7,600
1,800
4,000
5,600
1,800
11,000
15,000


70*,251


34,110


84,720


78,095


107,240


77,380


--- ---- -


--- --- -- -- --- --- -, a rrrrIJrrIrrr l


Texts


4,653


8,600


TOTAL


6,000


PRODUCT ION


26,987

ALL


46,400


29,000


PECANS.


a o 4... -I ---- --- $ r0r~- -I a a l lrr~rrr rrIrIIrr


State



N. C.
S. C,
Ga,

Ala.
Miss4
Azcke
la*

Texas
UA ex
U. S.


---- --- a a aa a a a---- ----- ----- ------


1,000

2,116
3,842
37,346
4,885
17,032
9,035
5,014
15,330
19,920
31,640
2,734


148,347


1,000

950
1,100
7,500
2,400
4,009
7,700
9,200
17,100
31,000
55,000
5,400


141,350


1,000

2,200
3,800
38,000
4,500
25,000
14,000
2,800
15,000
18,000
35,000
3,800


162,100


r


amaads















Prices paid


to grevrs aid small tyers, delivery point per lb.


Unless otrewise steak t.ptces aw-resua.i


to large paeans of generally goeo quality.


kts.


Oct. 28


TUART


23-28


25-30 ft


26-3lfPr


poorer
27-32


28-35 fr
poorer

27-34 fr
poorer

28-34 fr
poorer
28-34 fr


D~ee.


25-33
fair


27-33 fr
poorer

28-32 fr


28-32
poorer

28-32
poorer
28-32
poorer
28-32
poorer


CHLEY


put 18-22


~20-24


a)-925
10-18


25-27
20..22

n-as6
18-20

24-27~~4d
15-203

23-27


28.31
2;3-24

23-25
18-22

24-2

24-y127
230-23

23-27
18n22

23-27
20-22

23-27
15-20


few pr 15-20


poorer


30-35
20)-25


few poor


sal-med few 35


very few
fair qual.


35.45
poorer


m 40-45
25-E34


few ftir


40.46 fr 30-35
poorer 18-25

few fair 3033


few fair 25-35


few 40
30-35 prr2028


BLEND


18.23 lyr 15.16
few low as 5


5-20


21-25las?


22-2?


22-28 pra 15-a20


23-29


24-28 r


4-2c8 fr


poorer


18-22


20-23


20-25
1;3-18


24-~29 ynr 15-22


22-29
few prr


24-27
154,20)


23-28 pr 15-22


22-28

22-28


22-26


22-27


21-28


prr 15-21

yr 10-21


yr 15-21t


15-~21


prr 15-20


SELLING


18-23
small

18-25


18-25


as-as~

25-29
fair

25.-29
fair

24-30
poorer
25-30
poorer


few 29
few ir


24-29


maz-fl


aZ2n194


a 22-25


m34-26


18-a4


m26-29
a;S-a'

m 26-29
18-21

a 26-29
20-22


12 26-28
20-23


u27-28


26-30 prr2&-2

26-30 prr22-2~


25-30
poorer


26-30 few


poorer
27-30
fair


mZIa29
206;24


* 31
22-25


n 31
2O126


-0- 0-r


.-a


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N D


Oct. 28


2.-6 cred-fair
porer


;25n29
poorer
25.,29
orwer


25-30 few
fair 2034 pa


i2.a2
6-10

30-24
5-18

30-.24
10-18

32
8-18


21-24


18.24 mostly


20-22


18-25 mostly 21-24


20-25 mostly


302?.7


25-26


22-;25


22-27


26-31
poorer
26-33
poorer

26-32
eoorer
26.32

25-38

26.30
porer
23630
poorer
26.32
;porer
2632
pmerer

wwey


pMIeI


fair


26.32


20-25
10-18



21-25
8-20


2]r24

21.25
10-320

21.25
13"20

21-25

zo-3o
21.25



`23-25


33-28


30.28.m


25-Cj30


25-28


22.28 TO 15.l0


23.29


22,-29


mostly 25-28


24.30 mostly


24-.30 mostly


25.30 mostly


pr 16.22


23.29 pr 18.22


22328 p 18-20


22,29 pr 1&8.21


22328 pr 1s.2


21.29 yr 12.38


2Ze2pw 1W~i


26-29


26,29


36.3c9

35-29


2529 mostly 26.28


25.30 mostly


26m29


25.30 mostly 27.29


25-30 mostly 27.29


25.31 mostly 23.29


poorer


27.31 vastly
ftir qual.


20-24

28..29
25-26


Dee,














Prices paid to growers and small


buyers


(continued)


Oct. 28


South,23-27 ord-fair 13-22 poorer
Delta, practically no harvesting

South, 25-26 tfir 20-4 poorer
Delta, practically no harvesting

South,25-28 fair 20.24 pOlrer
Delta,few 24-30 fair 20-22 poorer
South, 25-28 fair 20-24 poorer
Delta, few 29-35 fair


Sonth,26-29 fair a0o25
Delta, some fair
South,26-30 fair 32025
Delta,sone fair 26-28
South,2..30 fair 20(25
Delta, some fair
South,26-30 fair 21-25
Delta, some fair 25.32
South, some fair 2428
Delta, 27-30 fair 22


~Dee,


poorer


poorer
poorer

poorer


poorer
mostly
poorer


5-10


18-22 few 24-25 cmsli


a-a4 few


20.26
20.26


ao..aI
few


&18
8.15
6.18
26-28
10.18
24.28
12-18
10-15
8-18
26-28
8-20
27-28
10-23


25 smell 16-18


m 2-25 poorer
poorer


mostly
20-28 poorer


20w28 mostly
23-28 few 30 poorer


~25-28
25-28
25.27
24.29
25-30


fair
mostly

poorer


poorer
mostly


23-s6
18
24.~27
20
20-23
26.38
3,-as


3,432
26.'27


24.28
25.-30 costly 26-28 fair


South, 25429 fair 21.25 poorer
Delta, 27.30


South,
Delta,


26418
25-32


South, 26-28 fair
Delta, 27-32 fair

South,25-29 fair
Delta, 27-32
South,26-30 fair
Delta, 27-31
South,26u.30 fair
Delta, 27-32, nos


fair 21.25 poorer
mostly 28


21-25 poorer
25

21-25 poorer


21-25 poorer


2,w25 poorer
tly 28


9406


8.00


10-20


8.20


02.04


10-20


24-28
26-30K
25-29
27-30
25-29
27-130


poorer
mostly

poorer
mostly


20.23
2&.28


low as


27.r28


poorer low as


25-29 mostly 27a39 pr
.2730


7-309


few 303l pr


26-30 few 31 fair
27-31 mostly


32-25~


24-25
27-28


= poorer













TUARTS


CELEY


BLEND


tnI;Ms 4


24-28 fair


30-28

34-328

2530

2530

2~5.40

23.~26

25-26


Dec.


20-ZZ


fair 28-33

fair 28-33

fair 28-33


18~-22

18-.22

18-.23

18.w25

18-25

18-28

23-~25

32-35


18-;, few 16


18..24


18-23
2O828


20 few 19

20 few 19


25-30 satly 30

25-30 mostly 30


fair 26-30
a


25-Z7


26 perer 20


tactically no harvesting account weather.


ToO few to quote.


25.-30 mostly 30


fair 26-30


20-23


223-25


TUART


BLEND


EEDLING


Oct. 29


22-2

25-28


mostly 25


few 22


fair 20-25 pr


few fair 20


17-23 neastly 20-22


20-25


2&3O fair 1824

36-30 fair 20-25


26-30 poorer


2325 pr 15-20


22F-25


26-30

26-30;J


20-25 mostly 2-25

18-25 mostly 23-35

.0-30 mstly 24-28


264~c9

23-29


22-28


mostly 26-29


26-30 few 31 p" 20-35


Dec.


26.80


27-28 fair


25 eorer 12-20

24-26 pr 15-22


25-262


25-30 poorer


25-29

25428


mostly


i16-21

26..29


28-30 fair 24-27


212..2


27-28 fair


25*.26


fair 25-28


25~28


mostly


'sol.qn .a.. -, -. *rr.fl...s


peqTe,


pabr2a


rlL~ ?n


















Prices per lb.


paid to growers delivered to aoor of buyer.


j/ O\E laHOMA
-a


XAS


SEEDLINGS


CHLTx


NMiVES~


25 few 24


25-2?

25-29


25-S0 pr


in 2-29


25-30 m 27.29

25-29 m 28-29


loas 14


29-32w


27-32 pr loas 12

27-30 pr 123-20


19-22





27-29~r


27-28


23-25


most 25


27-30 most 28

27-30 few 31
most 28 pr 25


Dec.


25-30 n 27-30

26-30 m 27-29

26-30 m 27-29

26-30 m 27-29


23-30

25.-SO

25-SO


20-30 m 25-30


28-29


27-30 m

27-30 m


28-29

28-29


27-30 a 28-29


27-31 !2


28-29


28-30 m 29-30


26-30

26-SO

28-30

26-30


29-294

29-31


29-30 m


28-Sin


m = mostly,


= poorer


i/ Furnished by la. State Market News Service
2/ Furnished by Okla. State Board of Agriculture
3/ Furnished by Texas department of Agriculture


N;-TIV"LS
















CORDS VS,


GEoRGIa.


Oct, 2


Oct, 30


lET. 13



Naov.20


STARTS

35,631 Ibs, sold

28-34 Ip 15-20

87,354 Ibs. sol d
30-34 fr 25-28
poorer 17-23

66,234 Ibs. sold
31-35 3/4
fair 25-28
poorer 17-23
172,559 Ibs. sold
2934 fr 23-26
poorer 15-21
105S908 ibs. sold


HLEY


BLEND


23-31 few


fair



fair




38*47


23.45


25-35


23-35


23-33


22-32


fair 25.34


33-35


pr 15-*22



prlS-~22




It l3..20-


,LINUS


2~3-26


22.26



2330 /4




18-29 1/4


29-34
poorer


fr 23-26
l7-~2Q


21-3Zpr


37-.441
pr 15433


10-20


22 1/4-31


73,560 Ibs. sold


28a.33


fr 23-26


poorer 15-21


38-47
prlS-~i34


aL&30 pr .1l02


2;3-3
prl6-20


112,073 lbs, sold


30-34 3/4
fr 25-28 p0
average 30


36-60
24 p 18-34


21-33 pr 10-20


22-30


Dec. 11


77,851 Ibs. sold
28-33 fr 23-26
pr 15-20
average 29


38.41
fair 28-34
pr 10-2


2151 pr 10- 0


14-30 3/4
avg. 28


D3ee. 18


~44,54


lbs. sold


29-32 1/4
fair 25-28
poorer 20-j4
average 30g


fair 33-37 1/4
pr 18.31


2Lw33 w 10.20


l0-31
avg. 9


12~fi
Jan.


37-088 The. sold


36n48k


2132 pr 10-2


2843~-
Pal,,


1
aw.









AUCTION SALES (Continued)


VIDALIA,


GEORG;IA.


STARTS
25.155 ibs. sold


SCasrsY


BLEND


SEEDLINGS


28-33


fair 24-27


20-r24


23-25


Nov. 1


13,000 lfbs.sold
30-33 fair 26-28


25-27


24-26


10,360 Ibs.


sold


31-34 fair 27-30

15,920 lbs. sold
32-34 fair 28-31


poorer


Nov. 11


~S00lhits.


3 2-33~


26-2?

said.


fair 28-36
fair 28-36


fr 29-31


285-29


22-31


23-29


24~-27


24-27-


25q.27'


Nov. 15


Nov. 18


15,000 lbs. sold
31-32 fair 25-30

6.000 Ibs. sold
31-32 fair 28-30


23-30


24-32


27-28


27-28


21.50_0 Uns


sol&


30-331


fr 28-29


21-32


26-28 1/4


Nov. 25


9,200 lbs
30-32 fair


soli
27-29


fair 30-38


224-26
Dr 10-20


25-28


Nov. 29


21,000 ibs. sold


30-32 fair
poorer


2?-28~


22-31


26-29
23-25


Dec.


Dec,



Dec.


Dec. 13



Dec, 16


11.290 Ibs. sold
30-*31 fair 26-29

21,115 Ibs. sold
30-31i fr 26-29

11,250 lbs, sold
30-31 fair 26-29

11,573 Ibs. sold
29-31 fair 25-27
poorer 18-22

11,755 Ibs. sold
30-32 fair 26-29

ja *rn "%-? -- 1


20-30



20-30


25-28


26-28


20-29
Tr 11-18


fair 27-32


fair 36-39


27-29


21-29
Tr 17-20


26-29


21-28
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GEORGIA.


TUART


BLE Nf


EEDLING


Oct. 29


10,000 lbs. sold


27-?133


average


31 1/4


24-264i


average


24.-28 average


12,416 Ibs. sold


30LC#4


Nov. 12


Nov. 19


29-335~


average


XI3/4


24-27 average


24-30 average


LDQQ0 bs.~ san


mostly


34-35


24-4


26-31 1/4 a 28-29


Tha. r;no1A


mostly 31-32


22*32 poorer 12-.20


25-31 most


27-128


4.470 lbs.


sol&


31 1/4.33j avg.


22~33


poorer 1-20n


28-,30" avg.


BONIAY,


FLDRIDA.


TUART


BLEND


EEDLING


Nov. 11


3,500 lbs. sold
25*
3,463 ibs. sold
29 1/4
6,100 lbs. sold


poorer


26 1/4


26 3/428


281/4


24


261/4


27 3/4-29
poorer 18 3/4


Nov. 18


4,400 lbs. sold
28 3/4.30 1/4

4,100 lbs. sold


25~T41


30 1/4-30


28~n3O


244245~


28 3/4.-30 1/4


6,700 lbs. sold
28 1/40.15
2.000 Ibs. sold


Dec.


28 3/4.30 1/4


30 1/4


26..3o~


29 1/4


Dec, 16


2.118 .lbs sold
30 1/4


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Jobbing
HELL


ExS Ige.


Sales


lb.
SHELLED


polished


STARTS


Jobbing Sales
Delivered. Basis
per lb.,


TUART


HELLED


50 lb.
sacks


25 1 1b.


Halves


fleaesa


nflct~


Oct. 28'

Oct. 30


1.16


1.00-1,03


-1.05


Nov. 13

Nov. 18

Nov. 20


Nov.

Dee.,

Dec.

Dece


Dec. 11

Dec. 16

Dec. 18


Dec..


38-39

37-39

40.41
39-40

39-40

35-40

35-41

37-41
38~41

38-41
38..40
38,640
38-40


41-42

41-42


40-4~3
40-43

3&,.43

35-43

38-43

38-43

38-43

38-43

38-43
38a43


1.05

1.10-1.20

110-1.18

1,07-1.15

1,07-1.15

1,10-1.15

1.05-1.15

1.02-1,12

1.03-1.15
1.05-1.15

1.03-1.15

1.03-1,15


1.00-1.05
1.10

1.08-1.13

1,05-1.15

1,05-1,15

1.07-1.10
,90-1,00

1,00-1.05

1,00-1.06
1.00-1.08

1.00-1.08
1.00-I,08


-1.15

1.10-1.15


1,06-1.10

1.06-1.12

1.10"-1.12
1.12-1.15#


S1.12
1.08-1,12

1.10
1.10

1.10-1.12

1h04-1,06
1.04-1,10

1.09-1, 10


# Prices withdrawn
temporarily. Few
previous commitments
at these prices.


* Old crop


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