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The Farm income situation
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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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Latest issue consulted: FIS-225 (Feb. 1975).

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FARM INCOME IN 1959


Cash receipts from farm marketing in the first quarter of 1959
were slightly larger than in the same period of 1958, with an in-
creased volume of marketing offsetting somewhat lower prices.
Despite a substantial increase in production expenses, the sea-
sonally adjusted annual rate of realized net income in the first
quarter was about the same as in the first quarter of 1958, though
somewhat lower than the average for the year.
Prices andnet incomes realizedby farmers this year are likely
to be somewhat under 1958 when they rose to the highest levels in
5 years. Prices received by farmers have heldunusually steady in
recent months in contrast to the rise this time last year. They now
averagelower than a year earlier and may continue lowerthe rest
of 1959.
An increasedvolume of farm marketing probably will maintain
farm cash receipts at the 1958 level, even though prices received
average lower. Receipts from wheat may be down appreciably,
since prospects point to a 200 million bushel reduction from last
year in winter wheat production. Receipts from cotton may be up
substantially because of increased acreage. Hog receipts probably
will be down because of lower prices, but receipts for cattle may
be up because of slightly higher prices. A slight gain in receipts
from dairy products is expected.


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Even though cash receipts are likely to be maintained at about the 1958
level, a sharp reduction in Soil Bank payments, due to termination of the
acreage reserve, is likely to bring a reduction in gross farm income. Last
year, farmers received 693 million dollars from acreage reserve payments.
Payments under the conservation reserve, which is being expanded this year,
amounted to 122 million dollars in 1958.
Production expenses of farmers will increase again in 1959, as they have
in 18 of the past 20 years. The increase will result from both higher prices
being paid by farmers and increased quantities of goods purchased. Expenses
for feed and for livestock purchased by farmers are rising as a result of
expanding livestock operations. Farm wages and overhead costs-interest,
taxes, and depreciation charges-are also higher than last year.
Lower Government payments and higher production expenses are expected to
reduce the net income realized by farm operators about a billion dollars from
the 13.1 billion dollars realized in 1958, but it will remain well above the
1957 figure of 10.8 billion. Part of the prospective decline in income from
farming may be offset by increased farm family income from nonfarm sources as
industrial wage rates and job opportunities for farm people continue to im-
prove.
Cash receipts in the first quarter

Cash receipts from farm marketing in the first quarter of 1959 were
above the corresponding period a year earlier for the fifth consecutive quar-
ter. The total of 7.3 billion dollars was up 2 percent from the first 3
months of 1958. Most of the increase was accounted for by larger marketing.
Prices averaged slightly lower. First quarter livestock receipts, estimated
at 4.4 billion dollars, were practical unchanged from 1958 as slightly
lower average prices offset a larger volume of sales. Crop receipts of 2.9
billion dollars were up about 5 percent from the first quarter of 1958, prin-
cipally because of larger marketing of wheat and larger marketing together
with higher prices of corn, oranges, azd tobacco. Receipts from potatoes and
sorghum grain were smaller than a year ago.

The preliminary estimate of farmers' cash receipts in March is 2.2 bil-
lion dollars, down 1 percent from March 1958. Livestock receipts for March
1959 are estimated at 1.5 billion dollars and crop receipts at 0.7 billion.
Realized net income in the first quarter

The first quarter realized net income rate of 12.7 billion dollars was
only slightly lower than last year's fourth quarter rate of 12.8 billion dol-
lars (table 1). An increase in the production expense rate and lower Govern-
ment payments more than offset higher cash receipts from marketing on a
seasonally adjusted basis. The increase in the production expense rate re-
flected higher prices of feed and feeder livestock in the first quarter, as
well as higher interest payments and tax rates applicable to the new year.


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


1958 : 1959
Item

Year : I II : III : IV I

S Bil. Bil. Bil. Bil. Bil. : Bi.
S dol. dol. dol. dol. dol. : dol.

Cash receipts from
farm marketing 33.2 32.6 33-7 33.3 33.2 33.8
Nonmoney income and
Government payments : .8 4.6 4.8 4.8 4.8 4 .5
Realized gross farm
income 38.0 37.2 38.5 38.1 38.0 38.3
Farm production :
expenses : 24.9 24.6 24.9 24.9 25.2 25.6
Farmers' realized net
income 13.1 12.6 13.6 13.2 12.8 : 12.7
Net change in farm
inventories : 1.1 1.1 1.3 1.2 .9 7: .
Farmers' total net
income 14.2 13.7 14.9 14.4 13.7 : 13.4


Table 2.- Index numbers of volume of farm marketing and home consumption, by
major subindexes, 1940-59

(1947-49 = 1oo)


Marketing Home consumption home outings nd Food
I,_ : : : Non-
food
Year : Live- Live-: : : Live- : :Market-: market-
:stock : : stock: : : stock : : :Market-: wings : wings
:and : Crops : Total: and : Crops : Total : and : Crops : Total: : and /
tinge home
:prod- : : prod-: : : prod- : : omp
:ucts : : :ucts : : ucts: : : tion
: : : : : :: : :: :


1940 : 81 72 77 117 126
1941 : 84 73 79 113 127
1942 : 93 80 88 110 126
1943 : 103 79 93 112 122
1944 :107 85 98 111 120
1945 : 105 87 98 112 115
1946 : 103 86 96 114 117
1947 :102 96 99 106 106
1948 : 96 98 97 100 100
1949 : 101 106 103 94 94

1950 :104 96 100 90 89
1951 :107 95 102 88 84
1952 :109 101 106 85 77
1953 : 113 108 111 79 72
1954 :117 105 112 76 70
1955 :121 109 116 76 68
1956 :128 111 121 75 67
1957 : 127 101 116 71 65
1958 124 122 123 70 64
1959 2 131 123 127 69 63


119 84 75 80 78 82 74
116 86 76 82 81 85 71
114 95 83 90 91 93 78
115 104 81 94 97 98 80
114 107 87 99 102 103 84
113 106 89 99 102 103 85
115 104 87 97 101 102 78
106 103 96 100 102 102 92
100oo 97 98 97 98 98 95
94 101 106 103 100 100 113

90 102 96 100 101 100 l00
87 105 95 100 103 101 99
83 107 100 104 106 104 104
77 109 107 108 109 106 116
75 112 103 109 111 108 112
74 116 107 112 114 10 121
73 123 109 117 121 116 121
70 121 99 112 118 113 109
69 119 119 119 121 116 131
68 124 120 122 125 119 134


1 There are no nonfood items in the home consumption index.

SPreliminary estimates as of April 1.






Table 3.- Cash receipts froa farming, United States

Source Jua Februar January-February
:1 :19 : : : :
Farm marketing and
CCC loans 1/ ..............: 2.708 2.86 2.144 2.242 4.852 5.104

Livestock and products ....: 1,53 15188 1345 1.364 2.882 2.882
Meat animals ............: 6 88o 738 768 1,624 1,656
Dairy products ..........: 377 366 355 347 732 713
Poultry and eggs ........: 246 238 223 223 469 461
Other .................: 28 26 29 26 57 52

Crops .....................: 1,171 1,344 799 878 1,970 2,222
Food grains .............: 121 197 b98 1-b 190 343
Feed crops .............. 365 380 328 312 693 692
Cotton (lint and seed) ..: 228 227 82 63 310 290
Oil-bearing crop .......: 108 105 63 77 171 182
Tobacco .................: 61 82 10 15 71 97
Vegetables ..............: 94 105 96 90 190 195
Fruits and tree nuts ....: 85 130 79 100 164 230
Other ................... 109 118 72 75 181 193

Government payments ........: 45 47 31 34 76 81

Total cash receipts .........: 2,753 2,909 2,175 2,276 4,928 5,185

y Receipts froa loans represent value of loans mins value of redetons during
the month.

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)

Item : Janury_ Fhru ry : J.nuarny-Pzabruy
: 1958 :1959 : 1958 1959 1: 58 :199
Cash receipts froa farm mar-
ketings and CCC loans: / :
All commodities ...........: 111 318 88 92 100 105
Livestock and products ..: 113 111 99 100 106 106
Crops ...................: 109 125 74 82 92 104

Physical volume of farm
marketing:
All commodities ...........: 126 127 97 104 112 116
Livestock and products ..: 122 120 105 112 114 116
Cropse ................... 131 135 86 94 108 115

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

y Receipts from loans represent value of loans m value of redemption during
the month.


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Table 5.- Cash receipts from farm marketing, by States, January 1958-59


: Livestock and products : Crop Total
w I9: : 1 1 : 959 ,958 1959


1,000 doL.

Maine ......................: 9,539
New Hampshire ...............: 4,785
Vermont .....................: 9,066
Massachusetts ...............: 10,231
Rhode Island ................: 1,262
Connecticut .................: 9,543
New York ....................: 50,810
New Jersey ..................: 16,526
Pennsylvania ................: 48,989
North Atlantic Region ....... 160,751
Ohio ........................: 55,510
Indiana ......... ..........: 59,492
Illinois ....................: 101,640
Michigan ....................: 34,744
Wisconsin .................: 84,368
East North Central Region ...: 335,754
Minnesota ...................: 85,846
lowa ........................: 173,686
Missouri ....................: 58,687
North Dakota ................: 17,462
South Dakota ................: 47,053
Neraska ..................: 75,640
Kansas ....................: 54,365
West North Central Region ...: 512,739
Delaware ....................: 5,843
Maryland ..................: 15,260
Virginia ..................: 18,855
West Virginia ...............: 5,390
North Carolina .............. 21,265
South Carolina ..............: 7,367
Georgia ...................: 29,805
Florida .....................: 15,623
South Atlantic Region ....... 119,408
Kentucky ....................: 20,397
Tennessee ...................: 17,411
Alabama ....................: 19,315
Mississippi ................. 13,919
Arkansas ....................: 14,472
Louisiana ...................: 10,909
Oklah ma ...................: 26,215
Texas .......................: 71,552
South Central Region ........ 194,190
Montana ..................... 16,203
Idaho ......................: 15,228
Wyming ....................: 3,581
Colorado ...................: 29,220
New Mexico .................: 8,437
Arizona ................... 8,263
Utah ........................: 9,584
Nevada ...................... 3,419
Washington .................: 17,724
Oregon ......................: 14,902
California ................: 87,680
Western Region .............. 214,241

United States ............... 1,537,083


1,000 d01.

8,813
4,099
8,046
8,496
1,032
8,031
51,092
15,896
48,868
154,373
52,739
56,161
98,883
34,292
87,896
329,971
84,774
170,287
57,387
17,623
47,085
74,112
55,698
506,966
5,188
15,087
17,634
5,877
21,919
7,551
29,456
15,227
117,939
20,189
17,328
19,950
15,316
14,576
10,695
26,461
71,896
196,411
17,356
15,907
3,522
27,533
8,314
8,189
9,455
3,483
17,861
14,638
85,997
212,255

1,517,915


,000 doI.

9,005
747
755
3,276
445
4,237
14,297
3,806
13,151
49,719
23,912
33,853
88,661
20,180
11,195
177,801
40,201
65,016
19,267
29,628
18,658
49,192
40,085
262,047
1,075
1,935
15,524
1,900
16,198
5,919
9,100
50,014
101,665
35,632
20,897
8,426
24,193
25,012
24,092
13,573
155,596
307,421
26,984
17,764
2,341
20,290
9,718
36,498
2,530
833
28,732
14,258
112,110
272,058

1,170,711


1, OO dol.

4,959
829
1,045
3,088
430
4,011
16,483
4,571
16,225
51,641
24,598
30,492
86,574
25,342
10,961
177,967
40,042
63,585
21,253
36,765
17,013
76,566
76,235
331,459
899
3,056
14,877
2,674
20,305
7,584
10,515
98,139
158,049
50,420
23,456
9,162
19,851
23,056
20,472
16,300
162,671
325,388
26,283
20,756
3,040
27,964
12,262
27,527
2,543
684
33,974
17,576
126,807
299,416

1,343,920


1,000 do0. 1, 00 dol.

18,544 13,772
5,532 4,928
9,821 9,091
13,507 11,584
1,707 1,462
13,780 12,042
65,107 67,575
20,332 20,467
62,140 65,093
210,470 206,014
79,422 77,337
93,345 86,653
190,301 185,457
54,924 59,634
95,563 98,857
513,555 507,938
126,047 124,816
238,702 233,872
77,954 7d,640
47,090 54,388
65,711 64,098
124,832 150,678
94,450 131,933
774,786 838,425
6,918 6,087
17,195 18,143
34,379 32,511
7,290 8,551
37,463 42,224
13,286 15,135
38,905 39,971
65,637 113,366
221,073 275,988
56,029 70,609
38,308 40,784
27,741 29,112
38,112 35,167
39,484 37,632
35,001 31,167
39,788 42,761
227,148 234,567
501,611 521,799
43,187 43,639
32,992 36,663
5,922 6,562
49,510 55,497
18,155 20,576
44,761 35,716
12,114 11,998
4,252 4,107
46,456 51,835
29,160 32,214
199,790 212,804
486,299 511,671

2,707,794 2,861,835


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

SLivestock and products : Crops Total
: 1958 : 19 : 1958 1959 1958 : 1959
: 1,000 dol. 1,000 dol. 1,000 dol. 1,000 ol. 1,000 dol. 1,000 dol.
Maine .....................: 8,406 8,271 11,555 5,199 19,961 13,470
New Hampshire ..............: 4,452 3,862 769 799 5,221 4,661
Vermont ..................... 7,875 8,252 884 914 8,759 9,166
Massachusetts ..............: 9,085 8,488 2,923 2,914 12,008 11,402
Rhode Island ...............: 1,029 1,001 428 371 1,457 1,372
Connecticut ................: 8,606 8,331 4,095 3,726 12,701 12,057
New York ..................: 46,449 46,149 13,605 12,790 60,054 58,939
New Jersey ..................: 14,864 14,590 3,779 4,254 18,643 18,844
Pennsylvania ................: 45,081 46,185 11,888 14,206 56,969 60,391
North Atlantic Region ........ 145,847 145,129 49,926 45,173 195,773 190,302
Ohio ........................: 49,602 49,504 15,086 17,639 64,688 67,143
Indiana ..................... 54,390 53,494 28,194 34,228 82,584 87,722
Illinois ....................: 88,466 88,834 79,971 80,790 168,437 169,624
Michigan ....................: 30,648 29,768 15,875 21,544 46,523 51,312
wisconsin ...................: 31,301 82,474 8,762 8,542 90,063 91,016
East North Central Region ..: 304,407 304,074 147,888 162,743 452,295 466,817
Minnesota ................... 80,663 81,082 30,697 32,872 111,360 113,9514
Iowa ........................: 156,791 158,122 71,475 63,216 228,266 221,338
Missouri .................: 52,434 53,484 12,429 16,031 64,863 69,515
North Dakota ................: 13,612 14,153 20,258 24,616 33,870 38,769
South Dakota ................ 35,256 36,362 14,043 17,869 49,299 54,231
Nebraska ....................: 61,846 63,230 50,430 47,548 112,276 110,778
Kansas ....................: 11,726 42,534 39,222 61,973 80,948 104,507
West North Central Region ... 442,328 448,967 238,554 264,125 680,882 713,092
Delaware ....................: 6,029 4,553 681 895 6,710 5,448
Maryland .................... 13,643 12,956 1,666 2,847 15,309 15,803
Virginia .................. 16,115 15,953 7,193 7,917 23,308 23,870
West Virginia ............... 4,650 5,376 1,296 1,764 5,946 7,140
North Carolina .............. 19,761 19,930 10,204 12,727 29,965 32,657
South Carolina .............: 6,926 7,366 5,140 5,092 12,066 12,458
Georgia .....................: 28,313 27,002 6,381 7,946 34,694 34,948
Florida ....................: 13,684 14,521 52,134 71,477 65,818 85,998
South Atlantic Region ....... 109,121 107,657 84,695 110,665 193,816 218,322
Kentucky ..................: 17,692 18,944 4,059 5,861 21,751 24,805
Tennessee ...................: 15,864 16,742 6,688 11,889 22,552 28,631
Alabama ....................t 17,506 19,201 6,144 6,459 23,650 25,660
Mississippi .................: 12,966 14,732 12,206 8,328 25,172 23,060
Arkansas ...................: 13,369 14,467 12,336 11,021 25,705 25,488
Louisiana ...................: 9,119 10,053 7,326 6,185 16,445 16,238
Oklahona ...................: 21,905 22,968 6,496 9,694 28,401 32,662
Texas .....................: 57,127 58,787 62,398 49,571 119,525 108,358
South Central Region ........ 165,548 175,894 117,653 109,008 283,201 284,902
Montana ................... 10,473 11,306 10,218 19,136 20,691 30,442
Idaho ......................; 13,400 13,887 11,162 13,083 24,562 26,970
Wyoming ...................: 3,264 2,922 1,228 1,364 4,492 4,286
Colorado .. ........... ....: 21,877 21,870 10,308 16,897 32,185 38,767
New Mexico .................: 7,992 8,384 2,047 5,737 10,039 14,121
Arizona ....................: 8,243 8,717 21,243 18,117 29,486 26,834
Utah ........................: 7,748 7,911 1,663 1,314 9,411 9,225
Nevada .....................: 2,897 2,912 725 479 3,622 3,391
Washington ..................: 14,907 15,424 20,095 26,994 35,002 42,418
Oregon .....................: 11,628 11,797 9,594 9,373 21,222 21,170
California ..................: 75,469 76,930 72,070 74,274 147,539 151,204
Western Region .............. 177,898 182,060 160,353 186,768 338,251 368,828
United States ..............: 1,345,149 1,363,781 799,069 878,482 2,141,218 2,242,263


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Table 7.- Cash receipts from farm marketing, by States, January February 1958-59


SLivestock and products : Crope Total
: 1958 19599 195581959 1 1959


: 1,000 dol.

Maine .......................: 17,945
ev Hamiphire ...............: 9,237
Vermont .....................: 16,941
Massachusetts ...............: 19,316
Ahode Island ................: 2,291
Connecticut .................: 18,149
New York ....................: 97,259
Nev Jersey ..................: 31,390
Pennsylvania ................: 94,070
North Atlantic Region .......: 306,598
Ohio ............ ..........: 105,112
Indiana ..................... 113,882
Illinois ....................: 190,106
Michigan ....................: 65,392
Wisconsin ...................: 165,669
East North Central Region ... 640,161
Minnesota ...................: 166,509
Iowa .....................: 330,477
Missouri ....................: 111,121
North Dakota ................: 31,074
South Dakota ................: 82,309
Nebraska ....................: 137,486
Kansas .....................: 96,091
West North Central Region ...: 955,067
Delaware ....................: 11,872
Maryland ....................: 28,903
Virginia ....................: 34,970
West Virginia ............... 10,040
North Carolina ............... 41,026
South Carolina .............: 14,293
Georgia .................: 58,118
Florida .....................: 29,307
South Atlantic Region .......: 228,529
Kentucky ....................: 38,089
Tennessee ...................: 33,275
Alabama .....................: 36,821
Mississippi ................: 26,885
Arkansas ....................: 27,841
Louisiana ...................: 20,028
Oklaha ...................: 8,120
Texas .....................: 128,679
South Central Region ......... 359,738
Montana .....................: 26,676
Idaho .......................: 28,628
Wyaming ...................: 6,845
Colorado ....................: 51,097
New Mexico ..................: 36,429
Arizona .....................: 16,506
Utah ........................: 17,332
Nevada .................... 6,316
Washington ..................: 32,631
Oregon ..................... 26,530
California ................. : 163,149
Western Region .............. 392,139

United States ............... 2,882,232


1,000 dol.
17,084
7,961
16,298
16,984
2,033
16,362
97,241
30,486
95,053
299,502
102, 243
109,655
187,717
64,060
170,360
634,045
165,856
328,1 09
110,871
31,776
83,447
137,342
98,232
955,933
9,741
28,043
33,587
11,253
41,849
14,917
56,458
29,748
225,596
39,133
34,070
39,151
30,048
29,043
20,748
49,429
130,683
372,305
28,662
29,794
6,444
49,403
16,698
16,906
17,366
6,395
33,285
26,435
162,947
394,315
2,881,696


1,000 d01.
20,560
1,516
1,639
6,199
873
8,332
27,902
7,585
25,039
99,645
38,998
62,047
168,632
36,055
19,957
325,689
70,898
136,491
31,696
49,886
32,701
99,622
79,307
500,601
1,756
3,601
22,717
3,196
26,402
11,059
15,481
102,148
186,360
39,691
27,585
14,570
36,399
37,348
31,418
40,069
217,994
425,074
37,202
28,926
3,569
30,598
11,765
57,741
4,193
1,558
48,827
23,852
184,180
432,411

1,969,780


1,000 do1. 1,000 dao. 1,000 dol.
10,158 38,505 27,242
1,628 10,753 9,589
1,959 18,580 18,257
6,002 25,515 22,986
801 3,164 2,834
7,737 26,481 24,099
29,273 125,161 126,514
8,825 38,975 39,311
30,431 119,109 125,484
96,814 406,243 396,316
42,237 144,110 144,480
64,720 175,929 174,375
167,364 358,738 355,081
46,886 101,447 110,946
19,503 185,626 189,873
340,710 965,850 974,755
72,914 237, 407 238,770
126,801 466,968 455,210
37,284 142,817 148,155
61,381 80.960 93,157
34,882 115,010 118,329
124,114 237,108 261,456
138,208 175,398 236,440
595,584 1,455,668 1,551,517
1,794 13,628 11,535
5,903 32,504 33,946
22,794 57,687 56,381
4,438 13,236 15,691
33,032 67,428 74,881
12,676 25,352 27,593
18,461 73,599 74,919
169,616 131,455 199,364

268,714 414,889 494,310
56,281 77,780 95,414
35,345 60,860 69,415
15,621 51,391 54,772
28,179 63,284 58,227
34,077 65,189 63,120
26,657 51,446 47,405
25,994 68,189 75,423
212,242 346,673 342,925
434,396 784,812 806,701
45,419 63,878 74,081
33,839 57,554 63,633
4,404 10,414 10,848
44,861 81,695 94,264
17,999 28,194 34,697
25,644 74,247 62,550
3,857 21,525 21,223
1,163 7,874 7,558
60,968 81,458 94,253
26,949 50,382 53,384
201,081 347,329 364,008
486,184 824,550 880,499
2,222,402 4,852,012 5,104,098


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