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Combines the monthly report on United States income from farm marketings and the report on monthly receipts from the sale of principal farm products by States.
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FARM INCOME


SITUATION

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1960 OUTLOOK ISSUE
November 1959
FOR RELEASE
V. 18, P.M.


INCOME OF FARM OPERATORS


1962


L* UCLU0if GOUEI -ETPr F V.i.. Of i. o. w r I fE A:COr E rI EiiA


Farmers' realized net income was
at an annual rate of 11. 2 billion dol-
lars -in the first 3 quarters of 1959,
down 15 percent from the correspond-
ing period in 1958. However, the 1959
rate remained slightly above the 1957
estimate of 11.0 billion dollars. Real-
izedgross income has declined so far
this year, and production expenses
have risen.
Realized gross and net income


I I'V OF FL LIBD
D8CUMENTS DEPT



U S DEPOSITORY
I --


both increased from 1950 to 1951, but
then declined every year until 1956.
They dropped off again in 1957, but
realized gross income jumped 11 per-
cent in 1958, and realized net income
19 percent.
Production expenses also rose
sharply in 1951, and again in 1952.
They declined some in 1953, but have
since climbed steadily to nearly 26 bil-
lion dollars this year.

Published five times a year by
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE





NOVEMBER 1959


Table 1.- Gross and net income of farm operators,
seasonally adjusted at annual rates, by quarters, 1958-59


1958
Item A
SAverage,,
I : II III : IV Year

: Bil. Bil. Bil. : Bil. Bil. Bil.
:dol. dol. dol. :dol. :dol. dol.
Cash receipts from
farm marketing ......: 33.7 33.3 33.6 33.5 33.7 33.6
Nonmoney income and
Government payments ..: 4.6 4.7 4.8 : 4.7 4.8 4.7
Realized gross
farm income ..........: 38.3 38.0 38.4 38.2 38.5 :38.3
Farm production
expenses .............: 24.9 25.2 25.2 25.1 :25.3 25.2
Farmers' realized
net income ...........: 13.4 12.8 13.2 13.1 13.2 13.1
Net change in farm
inventories ..........: 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.1 .9 1.1
Farmers' total
net income ...........: 14.6 13.9 14.2 14.2 14.1 14.2


1959
Item
: : : :Average,,
: I II III : : IV : Year
I-III
: Bil. Bil. Bil. Bil.
: dol. dol. dol. dol.
Cash receipts from
farm marketing ...... 33.7 33.0 31.4 32.7
Nonmoney income and : : :
Government payments ..: 4.5 4.3 4.1 : 4.3
Realized gross
farm income ..........: 38.2 37.3 35.5 :37.0
Farm production
expenses .............: 25.7 25.8 26.0 25.8
Farmers' realized
net income ...........: 12.5 11.5 9.5 11.2
Net change in farm
inventories ..........: .7 .6 .8 : 7 :
Farmers' total
net income ...........: 13.2 12.1 10.3 11.9


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NOVEMBER 1959


CONTENTS
Page

Farm income in 1959 and outlook for 1960 ........................ 3
Current estimates ................................... ......... 4
Volume of marketing in 1959 ................................. 4
Cash receipts in September and October .................... 4
Outlook charts on farm income ................................... 5
Volume of marketing and home consumption, 1940-59 .............. 7
Tables or monthly cash receipts, January-September 1958-59 ...... 8


FARM INCOME IN 1959 AND OUTLOOK FOR 1960

Farm income is down this year almost as much as it was up last year. The
further decline expected in 1960 is likely to be much smaller than the drop
occurring this year.

A 3-percent decline in realized gross income so far this year, with pro-
duction expenses up 3 percent, is bringing about a decline in farmers' realized
net income. Prices received by farmers have averaged 3L percent under a year
earlier, with substantial declines in prices of hogs, broilers, and eggs. Total
volume of sales has been up slightly. Some further slight decline in average
prices is indicated next year, primarily associated with larger marketing of
cattle and hogs and modest reductions in price support levels for some crops.
This year, production cost rates to farmers have averaged 2 percent above 1958,
although holding essentially stable since January. For 1960, prices paid by
farmers for production items, and total production expenses, may rise a little
more. Price declines for products of farm origin such as feed and feeder live-
stock may largely offset further price increases for some industrial products.
But continued increases in overhead costs such as interest, taxes, and deprecia-
tion will likely raise total production expenses.

In the first 3 quarters of 1959, the seasonally adjusted annual rate of
realized net farm income was 11.2 billion dollars compared with 13.1 billion in
the same period of 1958. (See table 1.) This contrasts with an increase of
over 2 billion dollars in realized net income from 1957 to 1958. The decline
this year results from lower receipts from marketing, higher production costs
for the sixth year in succession, and a substantial drop in Soil Bank payments
resulting from the elimination of the acreage reserve program. Farm invento-
ries, particularly of cattle, are rising substantially this year as ranchers
continue to withhold from market and to build up herds. Some additional build-
up in cattle numbers appears likely next year. For 1960, a further decline in
realized net income is in view, perhaps about half as much as the drop this
year, involving slightly lower cash receipts and a slight increase in production
expenses. On the other hand, the income of farm people from nonfarm sources,
which in 1958 accounted for 28 percent of their total net income, increased
this year and will likely rise further in 1960.


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The decline in realized net income this year reflects (1) a drop of some
three-quarters of a billion dollars in cash receipts from marketing, (2) a
reduction of a half billion dollars in Soil Bank payments as expansion of the
conservation reserve only partly offset elimination of the acreage reserve, and
(3) an increase of nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars in production
expenses, including a substantial rise in expenditures for feeder livestock.

Cash receipts from farm marketing were reduced some 2) percent in the
first 9 months of 1959. Much of the decline occurred in the third quarter,
when the smaller wheat crop this year and lover prices for hogs, eggs, and
broilers were particular factors. On a seasonally adjusted annual rate basis,
cash receipts were 32.7 billion dollars for the first 3 quarters of 1959. Cash
receipts for the year are also expected to total about 32.7 billion dollars,
including 14.2 billion from crops and 18.5 billion from livestock and livestock
products. The decline is mainly in livestock receipts, with crop receipts
nearly the same as in 1958. Cash receipts from crops are substantially lower
in the case of wheat, sorghum grain, peanuts, and soybeans, but these declines
are largely offset by a substantial increase for cotton and smaller increases
for corn, tobacco, and oranges. In the livestock group, cash receipts from
wool are higher, and those from cattle and calves and from dairy products are
showing little change. But receipts from hogs, eggs, and broilers are down
substantially.

Next year, cash receipts may show a smaller reduction than this year,
with receipts from cattle and hogs probably down some as a result of lower
average prices. In addition, receipts from wheat probably will be lower, re-
flecting the spill-over of marketing from this year's smaller crop in the first
half of 1960--compared with marketing from last year's record crop in the
same period of 1959--as well as some reduction in the price support level for
1960 crop wheat. Cash receipts from other commodities may not show much change;
those from milk and eggs may well show some gain.

CURRENT ESTIMATES

Volume of marketing in 1959

The physical volume of farm marketing will likely set a new record high
this year, nearly 2 percent above the previous record in 1958. Based on con-
ditions as of November 1, marketing this year are expected to total 127 percent
of the 1947-49 annual average volume as compared with 125 percent for 1958.
(See chart on page 5 and table 2 on page 7.)

The increase in total marketing this year is due mostly to larger sales
of hogs, poultry, and eggs. Total crop marketing are about unchanged from
last year, with a sharp decline for wheat about offset by an increase for cot-
ton. Sales of poultry and eggs are setting a new record high for the fourth
year in a row, and total sales of meat animals are only a little below their
1956 record.
Cash receipts in September and October
Farmers received 3.2 billion dollars from marketing in September, 3
percent below receipts in September 1958. (See table 3.) Cash receipts in


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NOVEMBER 1959


MARKETING, PRICES AND RECEIPTS


80'
1947


1950


1953


*BAiED ON FIRST THREE QUA


ua 4 F -w7 rP ,T 3 -C .-'IL Tu; E


1956 1959
RTERS OF THE YEAR
NEG. 7462-59 (9) AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE


October are tentatively estimated at 3.7 billion dollars, 1.9 billion from crops
and 1.8 billion from livestock and products.

OUTLOOK CHARTS ON FARM INCOME

The 1960 issue of Agricultural Outlook Charts includes four charts re-
lating to farm income. One is reproduced on the cover of this report, one on
this page, and the other two on page 6. Three of the four charts include pre-
liminary estimates for 1959 based on seasonally adjusted data for the first
three quarters. Estimates for the lower chart on page 6, comparing farm and
nonfarm per capital incomes, which include for farm people income from nonfarm
sources as well as from farming, are available only through 1958 at this time.

The chart above shows the record volume of farm marketing this year,
and also the generally offsetting influence of lower average prices and larger
marketing on cash receipts since 1951. The top chart on page 6, showing
realized net income as a percentage of realized gross income, clearly indicates
how rising production cost rates and increased quantities of purchased inputs
have combined to take over a major share of the gross income dollar. In 1959,
farmers are retaining as net income only 30 percent of their gross income. This
is equal to the 1932 record low percentage of net income retained.

The lower chart on page 6 shows the 1958 record high of income per person
on farms from all sources ($1,066). Although income of farm people from non-
farm sources is higher this year than in 1958, this is certainly outweighed by
the decline in farm income, so per capital income for persons on farms from all
sources will be down some this year from the 1958 high.


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NOVEMBER 1959


U. S D& E- 1i ..r... l L lj- t


NET INCOME AND PRODUCTION
EXPENSES
% O F G ROSS : :.::::::::::::.::.::::::::.


75 ................. --- .... .--------- ..
: :j:::::: PRODUCTION EXPENSES:' :
........... ....... ........ ... .... .....

5 0 ...... ....



25 REALIZED NET INCOME
OF FARM OPERATORS


1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962
*REALIZED GROSS INCOME OF FARM OPERATORS ANNUAL RATE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NEG. 6564A-59 (10) AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE


FARM All sources


CAn..r Crnmmnr1


INCOME PER PERSON


PER PERSON
<"/,\


Vuu


50C
0
2,50C
2,00C

1,50C

1,000

50C
0


All sources NONFARM



-. ... ..... ...........== ===



_ 4 4 -............
195019531959195


NEG L tO 3- Ilul IAGRiC..L ,.PL* L WIRK[ETING SERvICE


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1950


1953


1956


1959





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Table 2.- Index:. ni umers o.f '.olum of faim mari~et-tirng- id nriome con.mAptior, *. major -,subride:-.:e 1940-59

(1947-1L9=100)


[la rketings : h-ime conr Zpioption : ariet ins : Food
:n l r'ome cacr. 5'u ptio,-t : : rfoo, e
Year: Liv.e- : Live- : : : Li. : : : :IrKet- :marlket-
s tock: : : tocr. : : : stoK : : :,lrtet-:irnS. and: ings
S nd : Crops : Total : : Cr p. : T..tai and : 'Crop : 'T:.ta : : rome
: prod- : : :prod- : : :prod- : i" : .:o riump-:
:ucts 1/: : : t. : : ts : : : : tior :

191 1 72 77 117 126 119 84 75 8 78 2 74
1941 : 8 73 79 113 127 1. 86 7o 2 1i 85 71
1942 : 93 S ? i10 12-, 114 95 38. 90 91 93 78
1943 : 103 79 93 112 122 115 iO 81i 9"4 97 98
1944 : 107 85 a98 11 12 1ii4 107 87 99 102 :1', 84
1945 : 105 87 98 112 115 113 106 89 99 102 103 85
1946 : 103 86 go 114 117 1C. 104 67 97 1i1 102 Id
1947 : 102 90 99 10b 0lo li 10i3 9o i00 102 102 92
194 : 96 98 97 100 100 i0' 97 98 97 98 98 '9
1949 :101 1ir 103 94 94 94h i: 10c. 103 100 100 i13

1950 : 104 96 1i00 9'' 89 i- -u2 9 i'l0 1ii i00 100
1951 : 107 i5 102 88 84 87 1i05 95 100 10i 101 99
1952 : 109 101 ic6 85 77 3 107 ic0 104 106 104 104
1953 : 11 108 1ii 79 72 77 10o 10i 108 i l9 106 116
1954 : 11 105 1 7 70 75 112 103 109 11 10oa 112
1955 : 121 109 1ii. 6 c, 74 11i6 107 11i 114 110 121
195C : 128 111 121 75 73 123 109 11 7 121 116 121
1957 : 126 102 ii 71 .' 70 2 121 2 d11 13 108
1958 : 127 122 25 69 64 o8 11 1i 120 123 117 131
1959 : 130 122 127 67 -3 a. 1i- i1 121 124 118 135


Sark.etirng tc. major cormm:dit', group :
Li -vestocK r.
Year : and products :,: :

SMeat : Dairy .:ltri Food : Feed : (n :_ : 01 : Vee : : 'ar
F*a (Ii) :
:anim3lso: pr.o .na g r ira cr.p : .. : .. .e ,:r.up, :table : n d : crop. : eedB
:: :: ad ) _lll_ : ::

1943 : 83 87 o4 56 74 82 7j 45 79 87 109 b8
1941 :83 92 7 ci 09 7-4 o. C. 84 99 99 88
194 :94 .P,4 7. 74 .J94 94
1943 : lOt 97 00 66 73 77 m5 105 C .3 83 84
1944 : 111 i 78 7 3y 79 4 99 6 83 84
1945 o: c1 10 Lit. 8c .c. 1 87 i99 92 95 9:
1946 : 10 101 101 .82 '8 9 84 17 i'-" 106 107
1947 : i4 i.i .1 8 iO, 93 ..3 UG S4 97 10' 4 1 94
1948 : '' .& '. 102 B6 I," 9' i,]y lii 100 9i 92
194 : 100 102 106 121 116 9. 108 99 9' 96 114

1993 101 10 i2 114 i ii: 9 1 4 100 i 148
1951 :105 101 19 78 93 93 1ii 103 103 10o 9c 1i3
19522 10 122 ;8 97 10: 04 112 97 102 c 135
1953 : ii 9 .14 98 16 12 i,:,O 107 101 10 108 127
1954 : 115 111 30 92 120 101 10 102 1 103 122 129
1955 123 113 129 81 138 101 11i 1i5 104 108 iil 129
1956 :129 117 12 90 141 99 103 144 109 10' 112 142
1957 1: 4 11? 14. 78 138 d 7 82 153 108 108 127 135
1958 122 11i' 154 i14 i '5 '7 81 194 '109 107 i25 123
1959 4 : 126 119 159 19 17 103 S 17i4 111 114 13 121
i/ Includes. t e "mi-ceiiarieous group of lii.esT.ocr. item-s in addition to groups snownT separately below.
2/ ILcludes tne "tmu sc.ellaucus" group of cr,'p items ini addition to gro-ups irown eparat.el,' below.
.' There are ,a j nonfiood. iterm: in trce name co;'iF-pti:,' index.
/ Preliuiiary estin-ate: a- f Noveomber 1, 1959.





NOVEMBER 1959


Table 3.- Cash receipts from farming, United States


Source


: August September : Janua-September
: 1958 1959 1958 : 1959 : 1958 : 1959
SMil.dol. Mil.ol Mil.dOl. Mil.dol. Mil.dol. Mil.dal.


Farm marketing and
CC0 loans 1/ ............

Livestock and products ....
Meat animals ............
Dairy products ..........
Poultry and eggs ........:
Other ...................

Crops .....................:
Food grains .............
Feed crops ...............
Cotton (lint and seed) ..:
Oil-bearing crops .......
Tobacco ................:
Vegetables ..............
Fruits and tree nuts ....
Other ...................

Government payments .........

Total cash receipts .........


2,789


2,573 3.337 3,240 22,858 22.301


1,532 1,t41 1,770 1,669 14,138 13,71
670 d17 1,105 1,035 6,056 7,832
369 376 357 369 3,461 3,447
275 229 292 248 2,399 2,063
18 19 16 17 222 229

1,257 1,132 1,567 1,571 8,720 8,730


409
177
75
42
179
160
138
77


291
175
89
23
158
178
130
88


365
174
211
131
221
197
155
113


32 267


2,952


262
162
355
106
189
216
147
134


1,909
1,870
706
592
529
1,224
1,068
823


1,706
1,827
850
535
527
1,223
1,163
899


30 853


2,605 3,604 3,270 23,711 22,638


Y Receipts from loans represent value
the month.


of loans minus value of redemptions during


Table 4.- Index numbers of cash receipts from farm marketing and CCC loans, physical
volume of farm marketing, and prices received by farmers, United States (1947-49=100)

tem: August September : January-September
: 1950 : 1959 : 1958 : 1959 : 1958 : 1959

Cash receipts from farm mar-
ketings and CCC loans: I/
All commodities ...........: 115 106 137 133 105 102
Livestock and products ..: 112 106 130 122 115 111
Crops ...................: 117 106 146 147 90 90

Physical volume of farm
marketing:
All commodities .........: 127 120 147 147 113 113
Livestock and products ..: 123 124 138 139 123 126
Crops ................. 132 114 160 157 98 96

Prices received by farmers:
All commodities ...........: 92 88 94 88 93 89
Livestock and products ..: 93 87 95 88 93 89
Crops ...................: 89 89 92 89 91 90

f Receipts from loans represent value of loans minus value of redemption during
the month.


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ratle 5.--Ca0 rezceiptS fni r.m farm maretin -, ,by States, h,4gust 1t9l5-'9'

State Lia.e; r=tCegik an -d pI-oduct :___ r.:': s__ Tota
create anrid re ii-.rn ------
S 95a : 1959 : 5-. 1 9 : 1 : 19
: 1,000 di d. 1 ,do. d.i. 1,00 d.1i. 1 ,000 doi. 1,0, 00 d.:l.
fPlaine i0,c.5 10,87 ,282 3,5 14,907 13,
INew Hampnire 4, 5,,16 7b., .. .,75 ,,7T4
Velmorit t6,.9' 9;9 ,.i .77 0',i-5 1, r .-
M a =.acrusetts ,,7o '-!,r*73 1i ,,72 l ,'--
Rhode Island 1,2' i,'13 ?. T7'c. 2,ii0 2,i70
. Conecticut iij4 ,h25 ;.,92i 4,0486 13,0 12, 50
ilew YorK ", :0',5 23,,'94 2., 2'- T3, 71, 7'i-
flew Jersey, lcic. i, 3'?7 122 2 2 0,,07 ,2'9 4, 7,j
Fenrs:,ylvania 47,ec 4'c,2 6 .8,44'j 17,o. 4 2 r.r.1,i 7r ,8o3
Ilortb Atlaic it,1,5, 148, 776. 77,c. Tc.o 4 ,1r 27,622
: Ohio 4 7, 3 4-2,116 1, 3, 55, .7, 3 7',, j1
Indiana 5..,8,3 17,191 ',s1z 42,l4c. 71,, 4
Illinois : 5,31 ac,4 7 32,9-2 3',c ls' ,. i 25., 5,.
Sicig 31,53 36,.: ,o'28 c.i9,8o. ..,2
WiZronsirn : 76,831 70,163 13,3' 14,209 ;, 2i0 8,372
East lJortn Centrai Region : ;8,,4cc. 27,215 .i31,25 1 8,121 449,76.1 425,63c.
Minne-sota 8 1,141 73,351 3o0,303 3'5, 1i 117,444 l08,549
Iow a : 173,140 15,3ic. 1c,'5 11,5.3 19,-.o5 170,879
P. Mioui : .2, 94, 58,070 1,,35c i4 87 77,32' 72,877
f:ortn Danctas : ,73 1.6,10 57.5-6 3'-, --2 72-,71 53,972
Soutt Dakota 35,272 33,i24 27,4 ', 32 o2, 718 2, ,72
Nienra.k.a 54,279 '52,o 31,c. 2,02'7 3i, 1'., ,
Kansas 40',o&' 39,375 111,S7 530,362 1c2,-,c'7 ,'' "
West Iorth Central Region : or,24 4',947 .- -,' ,1 i88.,-' 75-7,72 c.i 9,89i
Delaware : .,92 .,65 h,40 .,,8 11, 4-' 10, 73
Maryland 1,067 i3, .r 8,322 8,2 23,369 22,3
Virgiria : 2,014 20,33 ,'' .,23 28 ,,6:'3 2"13
West Virginia : 9,008d ,228 .ao 2',044 10,1 10,27
Ilorth Carolina : 23801 23,34 53,7 'c 71,dc. 110, c8 .,,69
3outh Carolina i: ,151 8,52'. cr,1i09 '.8,679 5,26:j 77, 2'
Georgia 35,932 } _, 47 7i ':*';'.r -' 10',04) ',8j
Florida 16,107 17,009 1,1'.'1 9,5.7 9oc Gc', :..
South Atlantic Regi.:.n 141,072 i2',529 268,309 230,831 '89,3i1 'o,
iLentucr.y 2.,390 2 ': .,2 ,7 1, .
iTennessee : 25T, 7 --3,.'07 ',i4 r",=I .- ,6 3 1
Aiaoama : 5,1,i 2,i71 7, '' 13,.' 3 ,, 10 4c2o
Il1 s5;sippi 0: 2", ,:'2 ;,.'3 4, ,l0 9;, c.
ArKanrsai : 2,0'2i ,o4,:. 5,3.c 4.,r.4 '- 2;,7 I1
Loui iarna i3,57.. 3,5 37 ','- 1., .T '0,l. :-u,00'
OKl.homa : 7,64 '., -4 34m IC3 3 1 '., 9d* 0,5 i
T'eixs. 72,558 6, 7-c7 i1,,. i'-,3, l ,9'5 1' ,'-D
"outn Ceintral Region ,.2 22.,4, 2jC' ,7':3 id,8T 4; 4 f 4i'*,2-
S 1ont m3 : l', 332 15,774 i.,". 12,'8 9b, "' -7,95-
Idar-o : i., 0682 .,7 10,24h 16, 1: ,2', jO 3.,2-
W~oming : ',,4.c 2,'b ,7 ii,21i ii.b'
Colorado 22, 2. 2r..,5S ;,7 4 4 ,829
Ilew ilexico 4,0327 4,194j 3,4 1 ,20o 7, 7,.14
Arizona : 9,2 i0,i-'7 4, .2 4,3u0, i 5 14, '."-2
Utah : 11,074 i'.- 3,192 C4,'u,' I4,2c.7 14,29c
lie vada C: ,_: 3 2,r4 6 ') 4 ,99'
Wasningtorn : 1,.7 18,0,2 45,947 47,907 C4,i74 r',49
Oregon : 16,05 1i5u,7' .3,484 36,18. 49,50 5'i,9io
Cali forr ia : 91,71i 91,703 14r,187 15, 49 2-.7,84'-.8 ,1
.Western Region ic.6.21 217'.07 97,17 ',94 514,03 5 21

United State. i, ,1,321 ",44',797' 1,-7,371 1 2,':',r. 2,788,c92 1,.72,83


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Table 6.- Cash receipts from farm marketing, by States, September 1958-59


State and region


Maine .......................:
New Hampshire ...............:
Vermont .....................
Massachusetts ...............:
Rhode Island ................:
Connecticut .................:
New York ....................:
New Jersey ......... .......:
Pennsylvania ...............:
North Atlantic Region .......
Ohio ........................:
Indiana .......................:
Illinois .....................
Michigan ....................
Wisconsin ...................:
East North Central Region ...
Minnesota ..................:
Iowa ........................:
Missouri ...................:
North Dakota ................:
South Dakota ................:
Nebraska ...................:
Kansas ......................:
West North Central Region ...
Delaware ....................:
Maryland ....................:
Virginia ....................:
West Virginia ...............:
North Carolina ..............
South Carolina ..............:
Georgia ..............,....:
Florida .....................:
South Atlantic Region .......
Kentucky ...................
Tennessee ...................:
Alabama ....................:
Mississippi .................:
Arkansas ....................:
Louisiana ...................
Oklahoma ....................:
Texas .......................
South Central Region ........
Montana ...................:
Idaho ......................:
Wyoming ....................:
Colorado ....................:
New Mexico ..................:
Arizona .....................
Utah ........................
Nevada ......................
Washington .................:
Oregon ......................:
California .................
Western Region ..............

United States ..............


: Livestock and products : Crop: Total
S 95 : 959 : 1959 1958 : 1958 1959


:


1,000 dol.

10,396
4,552
8,710
9,107
1, 305
9,163
50,240
16,668
51, 708
101,675
59, ~5
08,598
107,580
34,609
78,92&
349,1L%
90,395
189,%39
75,93
25,372
41,900
69,703
58,770
551,508
o,012
15,452
25,799
9,259
27,945
9,9oo
33,926
16,591
145,750
31,540
26,470
25,594
26,299
23,697
14,344
33,599
81,943
263,486
31,021
16,146
27,353
33,578
10,113
10,760
16,622
8,437
20,790
24,361
98,915
298,690

1,770,510


1,000 dol.

9,t16
4,093
8,152
8, 467
1,272
8,478
49,078
14,556
"9, 03

153,115
53,137
bO,000
95,513
33,15I
70,712
312,51S
84,907
173,813
70,149
25,414
440,843
07,620
56, 05
519,151
5,663
14,771
24,662
8,603
25,948
9,340
32,022
16,501

137,510
30,854
25,594
24,709
20, 02
22,b94
14,146
32,388
74,829
251,816
30,257
15,893
27,235
32,903
10,261
11,292
15,342
7,763
20,412
23,745
99,628
294,731

1,668,841


1,000 dol.

2,479
1,026
737
7,411
871
3,935
40,160
16,119
21,914
94,652
30,511
18,750
47,401
38,121
16,688
151,477
28,916
18,630
32,555
63,781
34,928
54,091
88,199
321,100
2,733
5,003
19,937
2,297
206,393
46,891
74,877
8,907

367,038
4,065
11,463
31,465
15,564
12,983
23,112
21,599
142,515
262,766
26,793
28,174
3,874
30,806
4,306
7,417
4,131
667
49,524
32,306
181,826
369,824

1,566,857


1,000 dol.

4,850
1,125
740
7,d43
1,017
4,313
42,051
18,751
23,059
103,749
32,431
19,488
47,436
37,200
17,364
153,919
20,880
16, 00
42,707
41,003
11,941
29,253
56, 372
224,556
2,950
5,897
24,906
3,440
174,689
44,585
71,041
8,432

335,940
4,577
27,526
45,029
45,001
47,892
34,324
17,113
164,708
386,170
21,U35
31,082
3,203
29,930
7,453
7,825
4,268
634
52,727
37,502
170,691
366,750

1,571,084


I,UU0 dol.

12,875
5,578
9,453
16,518
2,170
13,118
90,400
32,787
73,622
250,527
89,996
87,354
154,981
72,730
95,011
500,672
119,311
208,099
108,448
89,153
76,828
123,794
146,975
872,608
9,545
20,455
45,736
11,556
234,338
56,857
108,803
25,498

512,788
35,605
37,933
57,059
41,863
36,680
37,456
55,198
224,458
526,252
58,414
44,320
31,227
64,384
14,419
18,177
20,753
9,104
70,314
56,667
280,741
668,520

3,337,367


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NOVEMBER 1959


1, 000 dol.

14,466
5,218
8,892
16,310
2,289
12,791
91,129
33,307
72,462
256,864
85,568
79,488
142,949
70,356
88,076
466,437
111,787
190,213
112,856
66,417
52,784
96,873
112,777
743,707
8,613
20,668
49,568
12,043
200,637
53,925
103,063
24,933

473,450
35,431
53,120
69,738
71,603
70,586
48,470
49,501
239,537
637,986
51,692
46,975
30,438
62,833
17,714
19,117
19,610
8,397
73,139
61,247
270,319
661,481

3,239,925







Table 7.- Casn receipts from farm nar.etings, by States, January-September 1956-59


State and region


Maine .......................:
New Hampshire ..............:
Vermont ..................... :
Massachusetts ...............:
Rhode Island ................:
Connecticut ...............:
New York ....................:
New Jersey ..................:
Pennsylvania ................:
North Atlantic Region .......
Ohio .......................:
Indiana .....................:
Illinois ....................:
Michigan ....................:
Wisconsin ...................:
East North Central Region ...
Minnesota ...................:
Iowa ........................:
Missouri ....................:
North Dakota ................:
South Dakota ................:
Nebraska ....................:
Kansas ......................:
West North Central Region ...
Delaware ....................:
Maryland ....................:
Virginia ....................:
West Virginia ...............:
North Carolina ..............
South Carolina ..............:
Georgia .....................:
Florida .....................:
South Atlantic Region .......
Kentucky ....................:
Tennessee ..................:
Alabama .....................:
Mississippi .................
Arkansas ....................:
Louisiana ...................:
Oklahoma ....................:
Texas .......................:
South Central Region ........
Montana .....................:
Idaho .......................:
Wyoming .....................:
Colorado ....................:
New Mexico .................:
Arizona .....................:
Utah ........................:
Nevada ......................:
Washington ..................:
Oregon ......................:
California ..................:
Western Region ..............


: Livestock and products : Crop : Total
: 1958 : 1959 : 1058 : qQ1959 : 15 : 195


United States ................ 14,137,676


*


1,000 dol.

91,891
39,826
77,603
82,735
11,592
82,534
460,402
143,247
451,741
1,441,571
478,565
569,241
962,197
307,513
759,424
3,076,940
800,790
1,525,348
562,549
140,315
332,7%
552,845
414,189
4,334,822
65,449
135,301
189,008
63,897
234,801
80,875
320,869
142,874
1,233,074
222,882
207,830
218,567
201,267
169,092
121,988
236,020
695,494
2,073,140
123,819
138,233
72,238
237,158
52,369
113,623
90,898
31,687
163,756
153,282
801,066
1,978,129


1,000 dol. 1,000 dol.

83,021 77,886
35,302 6,425
81,327 8,204
77,172 39,504
10,487 4,57'
72,325 41,705
449,051 170,680
129,626 97,189
436,971 135,939
1,375,282 582,111
445,451 234,825
513,110 228,582
884,447 537,893
294,027 224,209
724,506 85,695
,8o2,141 1,311,204
761,340 257,356
1,444,739 320,o75
531,508 100,449
145,868 282,970
329,100 144,264
550,895 319,256
412,952 480,204
4,176,402 1,965,170
52,194 18,298
12o,940 54,723
177,371 82,963
61,214 12,415
213,239 395,043
76,360 171,87r-
288,921 220,033
142,900 378,396
1,139,145 1,333,747
214,520 69,427
195,437 70,644
212,263 91,243
205,691 86,637
166,640 102,218
118,336 77,208
236,430 202,46'9
680,376 762,810
2,029,693 1,462,050
130,093 129,053
140,880 121,093
74,386 14,878
236,731 137,557
54,794 34,710
123,737 151,942
87,663 21,769
32,097 3,299
161,601 235,333
148,512 146,915
797,842 1,068,408
1,988,336 2,064,977

13,570,999 8,719,871


1958 lqqq loc18 1Q 59 1,:?d 1 19


I,uu0 o01.

46,151
7,017
9,248
38,318
4,465
40,425
177,625
104,519
149,761
577,529
239,019
23b,0li
579, V23
231,293
67,850
1,374,690
229,026
295,034
180,550
227,939
90,540
283,441
435,270
1,741,806
20,096
58,337
99,965
1o,334
349,303
171,546
238,524
486,650
1,40, 757
85,212
92,740
115,0oo
108, 074
140,385
89,821
1t, 495
679,854
1,478,249
130,912
L17,563
13,194
140,793
50,945
138,236
20,820
3,153
218,497
161,837
1,121,413
2,117,363

8,730,400


1,000 dol.

169, 77
4o,251
122,23,5
16,171
124,239
631,082
240, 36
587,680
2,023,682
71.),390
797,823
1,50c',OQ0
531,722
845,119

4,386, i44
i,056,146
l, 846, 023
722, 9.8'
429,265
477,050
872,103
894,393
o,299,998
83,747
190,024
271,971
76,312
b29,844
252,751
540,902
521,270
2,500,821
292,309
278, 474
309,810
287,904
271,310
199,190
438, 469
1,458,304

3,535,796
252,872
259,326
87,116
374,715
67,079
2o5,565
112, c87
34,986
399,089
300,197
1,869,474
4,043,106

22,857,547


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lOVF--LBER 1959


1,000 dol.

129,172
42,319

115,4>'0
1 -I52
112,750
c2o,67T
234,145
586,732
1,952,11
o864, 70
74.,721
1, 4:h,370
525,920
612,35c-
4,236,637
990, 36o
1,739,'i73
712,056
373,807
419,040
834,336
846,228
5,918,208
72,2'0
185,277
277,336
77,546
562,542
247,906
527,445
,29,556
2,579,902
299, 732
288,177
327,331
314,365
307,025
206,157
4302, 425
1,360,230
3,507,942
261,005
258,443
87,580
377,524
105,739
2ol,973
108,483
35,250
380,098
310,349
1,919,255
4,105,699

22,301,399




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