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Revised estimates of monthly receipts from the sale of principal farm products and government payments by states
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ITTED STATES ZE.Ar.TMET OF AGEICULTJ E
Bureau of Agricu-.lturrl Economics

February 1, 1935

FECEIIPTS FROM Th." SALE OF ?:1.C:PAL FA: PRODUCTS, BY STATES,
T:- ?E::TAL A::: 217rr:T PAY-:IS
FOR THE f TARS 1932, 1933 AilD 1934
AT7D FOR DCE.-_ 1932, 1333 -AD: 1934

These estim:rates of receipts of far.r-er: from the sale of selected
farm :&,oducts and from rental .axnd benefit -,o.ments by states for the
calendar years 1932, 1933, and 1934 .,d for r,.cf- mbcr 1932, 1933 andl 1934
are the first of a new series of monthly estimates of farm receipts to be
published by the Burer,1 of Agricultural Economics. Similar estimates
will be issued each month hereafter. Estimates of monthly farm receipts
by states from January 1932 to late have been -ad and are leing prepared
for distribution. This publication will contain a detailc.i discussion of
the com.ar0lities included and tie data used in arriving at the estir.,a.te of
farmers receipts by months. Similar esti-ait-es are being :Ts.le- from January
1929 to Lccember 1931 and will be available in Labout 2 months.

i/.ethod of Computing Estimates of Monthly 'arm Receipts

The estimates of monthly farm receipts are the total of estimates
of receipts from the sale of 33 of the more important farm comimodities.
While the-:e estimates of farm receipts do not i;.cllde all income from farm
marketing, they represent a very larje proportion of the total i..c;:n;,'
For the United States as a whole the income from the items included in
these estimates in 1932 aggrJgated about 94 percent of the estimated total
income from the marketing of all farm products. In many of t-he more
important agricultural states the proportion of total income! from the
comnmo cities included is as lare as 98 percent,whereas in so:-.o of the 'TL-w
England Sta.tes, vwhre forest, greenhouse, and nursery products are im-
portant sources of farm income, only 80 to 33 percent of the total income
from farm .ma.retinr.s is represented.

Tre estimates of receipts by states are divided into receipts from
the sale of crops and receipts from the sale of livestock and livestock
products. monthly data on farm marketing and farm prices of several
crops are not available. Consequently the estimates of receipts front crops
have been confined to those .crops sold by farmers for which farm prices
and d-.ta on farr-. m.arketings are collected currently. These crops are
wheat, corn, oats, 'barle.y, rye, flaxseed, rice, cotton lint, cottonceed,
tobacco, h,, dry edible beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, C.Tppes, :-ais,
peaches (in California and Georgia only), grapes (in California o..ly),
citrus friits (in Crlifornia and Florida onl,), strawberries, "ua_-.r c-nc-,
sugar beets, and truck crops. In cstimating tche monthly receipts by
states, tr.: crops have been considered :-s one crop, as the large il..m.r
of truck. cro.js, the highly seasonal character of iman- of t".ese crops, inlc:
the large amount of local sales in many states mraes it ;ractical l. im-
possible to estimP.te monthly i.co.me from the individual truck crops.







The estimates of receipts from the sale of livestock and livestock
products are based upon the sal. of cattle, calves, hogs, sheep and lambs,
chickens, es, wholesale milk, retail milk, butterfat and wool. Income
from the sale of hl.-r.es, mules, mohair, r-ni honey is not included. The
monthly estimates of m.rketings of the several farm commodities by states
are based ucon a wide variety of data, sucn as market receipts, car-lot
shipments, and livestock shipments by state of origin. In the case of
some coimmodities for Wvrhih the seasonal trend of marketing is fairly
re-glar year after year, the average seasonal trend of marketings for each
state w?.s applied to the estimated amount of the commodity to be sold
during the year. The estimates of farm receipts are determined by apply-
ing the monthly farm price of commodities by states to the estimated
marketing.

There are other commodities which are an important source of income
to farmers, especially in some states, that have not been included in
the monthly estimates because no satisfactory monthly .data on prices or
marketing are available. These include forest, greenhouse, and nursery
products, small fruits, peanuts, grass seeds, and other minor crops. In
estimating income from livestock no allowance has been made 'or the in-
shipment of livestock into the various states. In order to compute
accurately the income from the sale of livestock grown within the state,
it would be necessary to deduct from the monthly receipts fror marketing
the cost of the livestock shipped into the state. No data are available
for computig:-, the deductions which should be made each month.

Since the estimated monthly receipts by states are based upon only
a part of the total farm commodities sold by farmers and no allowance is
made for the inshipment of livestock, these estimates should be used as
a measure of the flow of money to farmers from the sale of selected farm
products rather than as an estimate of total income from farm marketing.
Furthermore, as these estimates are- bases upon income from selected farm
commodities they do not total to the .onthlly, estimates of United States
income from farm marketing norrau they comparable with the annual esti-
mates of income from farm production by states. However, inasmuch as
a very high percentage of the total income is measured in these monthly
estimates of receipts, they tend to approximate the monthly income of
farmers in the state and furnish a more current measure of the changing
economic conditions of farmers in the various states than hias heretofore
been available. This is especially important in times of marked fluctua-
tions of both farm marketing and farm prices, such as has prevailed in
the past few ,ears.

Improvement- in Farm Income, 1932 to 1934

Total cash income from farm marketing increased from $4,328,000,000
in 1932 to $4,889,000,000 in 1933 and to $5,534,000,000 in 1934. The
annual cash receipts from selected commodities has reflected this in-
crease in form income and affords a measure of the extent of the increase
in the different states. The total of the monthly cash receipts from
selected farm commodities for all states increased from $4,235,000,000 ill
1932 to $4,710,000,000 in 1933 and to $5,440,000,000 in 1934. When rent-
al and benefit payments and receipts from emergency sale of livestock to
the Goverrunment are added to the receipts from marketing in 1933 and in








1934, the improvement is even more marked. The larger receipts in 1933,
as compared with 1932 are almost entirely accounted for in the larger
receipts from the sale of crop:, due to the relatively higher prices
received by farmers for most of the crops during 1933. Continued and ex-
tenled improvement of prices was the major influence in the gain in
receipts from farm marketing in 1934. More than half the increase was in
receipts from the sale of livestock and livestock products. Despite the
short crops for the 1934-35 season, cash receipts for all states from
crops for the last 6 months of 1934 was slightly greater than in the last
6 months of 1933.

vfhen rental and benefit payments and income from emergency sale
of livestock to the Government are aided to the receipts from farm market-
ings in 1933 and 1934, total annual receipts in 1934 were 23 percent
greater than in the preceding year. Although receipts from farm market-
ings in 1934 were less than the receipts from farm marketing during 1933
in six States, Iorth Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico,
and Utah, when government payments are added in for both years, all States,
except Oklahoma, show larger total farm receipts in 1934 than in 1933.

Increase in Cash Receipts, by Regions, from 1933 to 1934

North Atlantic States

Cash receipts from farm marketing in the North Atlantic States
were about 16 percent greater in 1934 than in 1933. Rental and benefit
payments have not been an important factor in the income to farmers in
this area. The improvement was due principally to increased receipts from
the sale of dairy and poultry products. Although receipts from crops for
the year was about 10 percent gr-a-ter than in 1933, sharply reduced in-
come from the sale of potatoes and apples in the current marketing season
nas caused a considerable decline in the receipts from crops in recent
months. Fron July through December 1934, income from crops in this area
was below the same period in 1933. A comparison of the December 1933 and
December 1934 receipts for this region indicates a decline of 14 percent
in the receipts front crops, which is more than offset by an increase of
12 percent in the receipts from livestock items. Total receipts from
marketing were 4 percent greater than in December 1933.

East North Central States

Cash receipts from the sale of farm products in the East North
Central States were 14 percent greater in 1934 than in 1933. When rental
and benefit per,'yents are included, total cash receipts in these States
in 1934 were 19 percent above the receipts in 1933. Receipts from the
sale of livestock items were up 15 percent over last year. The rise in
the prices of the grains during the last 5 months of 1934 overc.am~e the
smaller production of corn and wheat in these States and raised the
receipts from crops to 12 percent over 1933. Receipts from crops in this
region during December 1934 were 10 percent above receipts for December
1933, due to the higher prices for corn and heata. Larger marketing of
cattle and higher prices for hogs and dairy and poultry products result-
ed in an increase of 32 percent in the total cash receipts from farm
marketing in this region in December 1934 over December 1933.






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rVest North Central States

Alt-ough both annual receipts from crops and annual receipts from
livestock items in the West North Central States were greater in 1934
than in 1933, important changes in the receipts of these states have
occurred in rece:it months. This area was severely affected by the drought
of 1934. Earlier marketing and the higher prices for grains supported
the receipts from crops in this area at higher levels from July to
September of the current marketing season than in the corresponding period
of 1933. The much smaller crops of 1934 in this region have become more
evident in the marketing of the past 3 months -nd receipts from crops
have rapidly declined. In December 1934 receipts from crops were 31 per-
cent below December 1933. However, the decline in receipts from crops
in recent months has been more than offset by increased receipts from
livestock items. Improved prices for dairy and poultry products con-
tributed greatly to the increased receipts from livestock items. Larger
marketing of cattle and higher prices for hogs were also important
factors. Hov'ever, it should be noted that considerable emergE-cy sales
of livestock, especially cattle, took place in this region during the
last 6 months due to the shortness of feed supplies anr. poor pasture
conditions, crnd income from this source is not in total a net gain to the
farmer.

With the exception of North and South Dakota, all states in this
region had greater receipts from farm mancrketin-gs in 1934 than in 1933.
Almost complete failure of crop production in the Dakotas reduced farmers'
income from crops in spite of the higher prices. However, large payments
by the Government in 1934 in this region raised tne total farm receipts
in 1iorth and South rakota to 21 percent pand 12 percent, respectively,
above the receipts for 1933. When government payments are included, the
region as a whole showed improvement in receipts amounting to 33 percent
over 1933.

South Atl -ntic S'-Ates

T-.e influence of the smaller production in the drought area on
prices was an important factor in the increased receipts from marketing
in the South Atlantic States. Cotton production in this area was only
slightly smaller in' 1934 than in 1933, and the smaller tobacco crop was
much more than offset by an increase in tobacco prices. Receipts from
crops in 134 in this region were 33 percent above 1933. Increased receipts
from livestock items also added to thu tot.l receipts from marketing,
income from these items being 28 percent greater in 1934 than in 1933.
Total receipts in 1934, including rental and benefit payments, were 32
percent cabovu 1933. The greatest increase in income in this area occurred
in North Caroline where total receipts from marketing in 1934 were 43
percent greater tha~ in 1933 due primarily to the increased receipts from
tobacco ?nd were 49 percent greater ;vnen government payments for both
years Ire included,






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Soutn Central States

Receipts for the South Cc~tral States in 1934, excluding Oklahoma
and To.::-n, .ec-re substantially -.bove 1933. Including r government payments,
the percentage inci:ease in 1934 over 1933 was 13 percent for this region.
Receipts for Kentuck in 1934 were up 41 percent compared .'ith 1933, due
primarily to increased receipts from the sale of tobacco. Higher cotton
prices was the major influence in an increase of 45 percent in the total
receipts in Alacam.a. The; severe droug-ht in Oklahoma and Te::as greatly
restricted crop production in these states and was accorrLpanied by a decline
in income from rrrketin,.s of 14 percent for O:lh.uioma and 4 percent in
Texas. However, there were considerable emergency sales of cattle to the
Govermrncnt in these states and receipts from these together with rental
and benefit payments raised the total receipts of Oklahoma to within 4
percent of 1933 and of Texas to 4 percent over the precedini ycar. In
Decembc:r 1934 farmers' receipts from the sale of farm products in
Oklahoma and Texas showed a decline of 33 and 32 percent respectively,
compared with December 1933.

Western States

The Western States, as a whole, showed an increase of 17 percent
in 1934 as compared with 1933, both in receipts from crops and in receipts
from livestock items. When rental and benefit payments and iLcome from
the emer~;ncy sale of livestock are added to the receipts from marketing,
total receipts in this region in 1934 were 26 percent larger than in 1933.
However, there is considerable variation from this average incrcise among
the different states. A large part of the increase in income in the Rocky
Mountain States was due to emergency sales of livestock. The short crop
and lower prices for sugar beets reduced the income of the states in .%which
3uagar beets are an important source of income. Receipts from farm
marketings in Arizona in 1934 were 37 percent t.rceater than in 1933, pri-
marily due to the larger receipts from cotton. The substantial increases
in the total receipts of Wash in ton aind Oregon were due to relatively
favorable conditions for most of the crons grown in these States. In
California, the irm.rovc-ment in citrus fruit prices wa-s an important factor
in the increased receipts of this State, which were about 20 percent
greater in 1934 than in 1933..






































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PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN CASH RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE OF SELECTED FARM
PRODUCTS*AND RENTAL AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS, FROM 1933 TO 1934


UNITED STATES AVERAGE 23





U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


INCREASE
1 40-59
S20-39
0-/9
DECREASE
r--20- o


*BASED ON ABOUT 94 PERCENT OF ALL
INCOME FROM FARM PRODUCTS


NEG. 28382 BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS








S"A PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN CASH RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE OF FARM PRODUCTS,' -
AND RENTAL AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS, FROM 1932 TO 1934


2039



42 23 26
62 34

58 2\






UNITED STATES AVERAGE622 0-9
18 BASED ON ABOUT 9 PERCENT OFALL
6 34ROM M PRODUCTS 6



S47 3r1 95R INCREASE

58 80 89 1,80dover
58 ~g 60 79

.0 020 -39
UNITED STATES AVERAGE 42 0 19

'BASED ON ABOUT 94 PERCENT OFALL
INCOME FROM FARM PRODUCTS


U S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


NEG. 28883 BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS










Table l.-ieoeipts fram the sale of selected farm products by States for
December, 1932-1934


December 1932 December 1933 Desenb

tat :Lvestook: :Livestock:


Srops


bo. ...................:
N. ...................:





Ni 71 .................:
Pa. s*.................:
N. Atl ..............:

Ohio .................:
Ind. ................:

mWis. .......... .......

io.* ..............:
Iowa t. ......
mbho o ....... .........:

N. Dake. e.. ..........:
S. Dk. .............:
e br. ................:



SVa. ................

W. N ....t..........:
DN C .................:
S. C ...............:
a. 0..................:
So. a. ................:
C. ...............:
SC. ...............:
Ala. .................:



MU* i e.......:
nLa. ..................:
OS. A1. .............:




s.o .O .*o .............
daeo ..................:
Ala0. .................:








Idahoe ......*.........:
ArT" ". ..0.. .........:
La0. .................:




N kla. *..................
Utah ..................:
Id .. .................
dWas .................:


Otah .................:
.Bal* f...*....*.......:


Wel%. ...R...*......:
Oreta .......l....... .:
Calif, *****.....;....;:


Ibtal all States I/ .: :


:*
:*


U. S. ............... 141,000


: Crops
: _____


Crops
:


Divisiomof Statistical and historical Rsearch, and Crop and Livestock Estimates.
1/ Tsae totals differ from estimated United States cash income because they include
only income front selected commodities and no deductions are made for the inahip-
ment of livestock for feeding.


1,000
dollars

1,138
62
73
412
20
522
3,355
271
1,824
7,677

2,132
1,222
1,671
3,480
452
8,957

957
1,017
1,884
1,703
943
2,375
2,090
10,969

134
486
1,970
351
5,427
2,354
3,136
6,748
20,606

9,950
4,892
2,946
5,914
5,194
4,320
4,210
16,761
54,187

1,974
2,168
948
2,984
909
1,553
1,495
58
2,325
921
8,303
23,638

126,034


: and
livestockk
:products
1,000
dollars

1,437
935
1,678
2,398
362
1,835
9,229
2,365
8,364
28,633

9,634
7,779
11,441
5,628
11,275
45,757

11,742
19,716
9,475
2,289
4,662
8,321
8,202
64,407

586
2,403
3,342
1,387
1,328
634
1,210
1,100
11,990

2,183
1,675
803
847
1,022
891
2,917
6,011
16,349

1,538
1,622
985
2,266
1,927
876
1,569
410
3,317
2,197
8,658
25,365

192,471

194,000


1,000
dollars

2,083
80
82
468
20
722
5,105
374
2,917
11,849

3,261
1,798
3,896
4,743
831
14,526

2,521
3,698
4,052
3,194
213
5,739
3,610
23,027

271
761
4,516
405
14,864
3,259
4,623
4,722
33,421

2,199
4,582
5,482
7,407
86,205
7,031
7,799
24,968
65,673

2,578
3,198
1,283
5,274
1,278
2,637
1,767
60
3,922
1,150
11,493
34,640

183,136

207,000


and
livestockk
:products
1,000
dollars

'1,366
835
1,875
2,089
519
1,970
10,993
2,306
8,955
30,708

10,214
8,672
14,645
5,834
11,425
50,790

11,579
20,986
9,619
1,498
3,198
8,942
7,526
653,348

505
2,057
2,670
1,239
1,771
846
1,318
1,090
11,494

2,163
1,751
768
856
1,097
938
3,013
7,440
18,026

2,154
2,202
1,578
2,716
1,762
1,397
1,879
657
2,956
2,394
8,775
28,150

202,516

203,300


1,000
dollars

833
66
85
442
8
961
4,515
427
2,804
10,141

3,517
2,723
3,773
4,518
1,447
15,978

3,153
3,103
2,450
1,117
45
1,992
4,105
15,963

365
906
4,372
424
7,566
5,215
5,489
4,637
28,974

8,845
6,096
5,377
8,776
7,293
6,396
3,403
14,509
60,695

2,245
2,283
1,025
3,103
1,370
2,220
639
43
3,320
1,155
13,253
30,654

162,405

186,000


er 1934

:Livestock
and
:livestock
:products
1,000
dollars

1,436
907
2,117
2,490
402
2,103
11,802
2,845
10,189
34,291

13,435
13,120
20,888
7,772
15,008
70,223

14,932
34,588
12,231
1,607
2,954
12,596
8,700
87,608

592
2,370
3,312
1,380
2,115
958
1,602
1,204
13,533

2,923
2,290
937
1,035
1,393
1,309
3,797
7,529
20,912

2,059
2,267
1,136
3,104
1,281
1,312
1,783
521
3,590
2,538
10,640
30,231

256,798

249,000










'ible 2.-Receipts from the sale of selected farm products and fron rental and benefit
payments, by States for Jeonrber, 1932-1934

: Ibtal receipts from sale : Rental and : Ibtal including rezt4
state of farm products -benefit payments : and benefit payment
:December:December:DeeamberDecber r:Docnberi:DecoabeDr:December:Deceaber
: 1932 : 1933 : 1934 j 1933 : 1934 : 1932 : 1933 : 1934


Mb. .................
N. H. ..............
V .................
Yas ................
B. I. .............
Conn. ................
H. Y. ................
N. Y. ................
Pa. .........a .......
N. Atl. ............

Ohio ................
Ind. .............
Ill. .................
IUch. ..............
via.s .................
X. N. Cent. ........

ELnna ................
Iowa .................
Mb. ..................
N. Dak. ..............
3. Dak. ..............
Nebr. ................
Kana. ................
U. N. Cent. ........

Del. .................
M1. ..................
Va. ..................
U. Va. ...............
N. C. ................
S. C. ................
Ga. ..................
Pla. .................
S. Atl ............

Sy. ..................
Tenno ................
Ala. .................
lIas. ................
Ark. .................
La. ..................
Okla. ................
Sex. .................
Cent. ............

Mat. ................
Idaho ................
Wo. .................
ol. loo
No o ..............
Aria. U ..............
Utahr ................
Utah .................
Nah. ................
aah. ................
Oreg. ................
Calif. ...............
West. .............


: 1,000 1,000
dollars dollars

2,575 3,449
997 915
S 1,751 1,957
2,810 2,b57
382 339
: ,357 2,692
:12,584 16,096
: ,636 2,680
S10,188 11,872
: 6,280 42,557

11,956 13,475
S 9,001 10,470
:13,112 18,541
S 9,138 10,574
: 11,727 12,256
: 54,714 65,316

: 12,689 14,100
: 20,733 24,684
11,359 13,671
: 3,992 4,692
: 5,605 3,411
:10,696 14,681
:10,292 11,136
:75,376 86,375


720
2,889
5,312
1,738
S6,755
2,988
4,346
7,848
:32,596

: 12,133
S6,567
: 3,749
S6,761
: 6,216
S 5,211
: ,127
: 22,772
: 70,556

3,512
3,790
1,933
S 5,250
2 ,836
2,429
3,064
468
S 5,642
3: ,118
: 16,961
: 49,003


Ibtal all States / : 318,505

D. S. ..............: 335,300


774
2,818
7,186
1,644
16,635
4,105
5,941
5,812
44,915

4,362
6,333
6,550
8,863
7,308
7,969
10,812
32,408
88,609

4,732
5,400
2,861
7,990
3,040
4,034
3,646
697
6,878
3,244
20,268
62,790

385,658

410,000


1,003
dollars

2,269
973
2,202
2,932
410
3,364
16,317
3,272
12,993
44,432

16,952
15,843
24,661
12,290
16,455
86,201

18,085
37,691
14,681
2,724
2,997
14,588
12,835
103,571

957
3,276
7,684
1,804
9,681
6,173
7,091
5,841
42,507

11,'68
8,386
6,314
9,811
8,686
7,405
7,200
22,037
81,607

4,304
4,550
2,159
6,207
2,651
3,532
2,422
564
6,910
3,693
23,893
60,885

419,205

435,000


1,000 1,300
dollars dollars


1
1
14

36
11
6
123
192

869
633
621
343
111
2,577

475
91
587

675
909
6,633
9,370

66
265
64
30
70
68
198
34
795

108
178
168
575
464
98
1,366
2,359
5,304


12
4
267
178
16
244
16
16
61
87
901

19,139

19,000


w--
5
1
6

104
18
34
83
251

2,044
3,037
1,985
245
855
8,166

1,613
7,271
2,466
1,992
1,737
2,578
3,059
20,710

10
85
242
39
627
892
1,270
41
3,206

328
524
1,232
1,166
1,355
823
1,959
6,407
13,794

1,174
970
292
1,137
886
108
851
50
847
918
342
6,949

53,076

53,300


1,000
dollars

2,575
997
1,751
2,810
382
2,357
12,584
2,635
10,188
36,280

11,766
9,001
13,112
9,108
11,727
54,714

12,699
20,733
11,359
3,992
5,605
10,696
10,292
95,376

720
2,889
5,312
1,738
6,755
2,988
4,346
7,848
32,506

12,133
6,567
3,749
6,761
6,216
5,211
7,127
22,773
70,536

3,512
3,790
1,933
5,250
2,836
2,429
3,064
468
5,642
3,118
16,961
49,003

318,505

335,330


1,030
dollars

3,449
916
1,958
2,571
339
2,728
16,107
2,686
11,995
42,749

14,344
11,103
19,162
10,917
12,367
67,893

14,575
24,775
14,258
4,692
4,086
15,593
17,769
95,745

840
3,083
7,250
1,674
16,705
4,173
6,139
5,846
45,710

4,470
6,505
6,412
8,838
7,766
8,067
12,178
34,767
89,003

4,732
5,412
2,865
8,257
3,218
4,050
3,890
713
6,894
5,305
20,355
63,691

404,791

429,000


Divisiomsof Statistical and Historical Research, and Crop and Livestock Estimates.
1,' ase ;otals differ front estimated United States otsh income because they include only income
front selected comnod Ities and no deductions are made for the inshipment of livestock for
feedins.


'-~---


1,030
dollars

8,269
978
2,205
2,938
410
3,168
16,335
3,306
13,076
44,683

18,996
18,880
26,646
12,535
17,310
94,567

19,698
44,962
17,147
4,716
4,734
17,160
15,864
124,281

967
5,361
7,926
1,843
10,308
7,065
8,361
5,882
45,713

12,096
8,910
7,546
10,977
10,041
8,238
9,159
28,444
95,401

5,478
5,580
2,451
7,344
5,537
5,640
8,653
614
7,757
4,605
",=
67,834

472,879

488,000









Table 3.- Receipts frrm the sale of selected farm products, -ith and without government
ryAments, by States, 1932 1934


: Total receipts from sale of : Rental and : Total including rental
Stte farm products benefit payments : and benefit payments
1932 1933 1934 1933 1934 1932 1933 1934


1,000
dollars


ie. .............
N. ..........:
Vt. ...........
]Ees. .........:
H. I. .........:
Conn. .........:
N. Y. ..........
N. J. .........:
Pa. ...........:
N. Atl. .....:

Ohio ..........
Ind. ..........:
Ill. ..........:
Mich. .........:
Wia. ..........
E. N. Cent..:

Minn. .........:
Iowa ..........
Lo. ...........:
N. Dak. .......:
S. Dak. .......:
Nebr. .........:
Kans. .........:
W. N. Cent. .

Del. ..........:
VU. ...........:
va. ...........:
4. Va. ........:
C. C. .........:
0. U. .........:
Ga. ...........:
Fla. ...........
S. Atl. .....:

Ky. ...........:
Tenn. .........:
Ala. ..........
Liess. .........:
Ark. ..........:
La. ...........:
Okla. .........:
Tex. ..........:
b. Cent. ....:

lont. .........:
Idaho .........:
Wyo. ..........:
Colo. .........:
N. Mez. .......:
Ariz. .........:
Utah ..........:
iev ..........:
Wash. .........:
Oreg. .........:
Calif. ........:
West. .......:

Total all
states .3..:

U. S. .......:


30,469
13,120
24,624
39,055
5,368
32,199
175,720
53,978
151,590
526,123

135,467
135,980
228,661
108,902
158,016
787,026

163,192
275,388
158,702
55,280
56,654
162,533
167,060
1,038,809

8,995
40,002
61,101
23,603
85,846
46,219
68,311
76,559
400,636

73,706
63,550
59,066
70,592
77,964
56,385
94,346
280,713
776,322

41,528
41,216
22,236
64,278
22,780
23,407
25,165
5,851
79,166
46,360
334,459
706,446


1,000
dollars

33,516
12,708
24,140
39,248
5,502
31,469
191,662
56,236
153,036
>47,517

166,226
145,976
272,939
120,255
163,645
869,041

182,491
301,880
169,298
75,327
67,778
180,244
165,341
1,142,359

8,304
41,633
68,327
23,092
142,462
60,642
88,033
b4,440
496,933

66,064
69,719
63,627
88,836
77,895
63,180
127,425
346,688
903,434

50,277
51,750
25,729
69,102
24,593
23,190
27,472
6,213
87,636
49,706
334,914
750,582


4,235,362 4,709,866

4,328,000 4,389,000


1,000
dollars


42,592
14,055
28,403
42,488
5,949
35,555
221,450
61,423
182,225
634,140


186,879
173,237
299,255
143,176
189,104
991,651

214,372
394,858
187,946
L4,493
53,251
232,869
190,785
1,336,574

10,005
46,624
97,183
26,083
203,624
78,606
95,886
76,709
634,720

88,767
82,019
93,658
95,589
86,314
78,091
109,420
331,459
965,317

56,191
63,370
29,901
81,593
23,167
31,861
26,899
6,892
102,670
o5,334
400,049
877,927


5,440,329

5,534,000


1,000
dollars


3,11b
2,755
3,764
746
1,203
11,585

2,755
5,750
6,175
1,015
4,182
5,472
10,522
31,871

66
o20
54?
82
2,848
4,696
7,965
345
17,069

429
3,470
9,562
9,938
10,803
4,971
14,299
44,961
98,433

32
31
35
447
537
292
248
16
35
71
311
2,0D5


1,000
dollars


24
24
3d
470
2
674
207
175
1,200
2, "92


11,431
15,643
22,206
2,364
'3,L05?
07,451

16,111
4"),128
24,140
7,6503
27,251
29,91b
45,621
220,860

107
1,067
2,321
257
12,579
11,457
14,215
860
42,863

0,084
6,646
12,800
15,719
15,783
7,880
E6,b22
74,768
165,202

15,084
6,198
6,081
8,039
10,400
2,299
2,723
811
6,446
4.68b
a,87J
66,639


1,000
dollars


30,469
13,120
24,624
39,055
5,368
32,199
175,720
53,978
151,590
526,123


155,467
135,980
223,661
108,902
1b8,016
787,026

163,192
275,388
158,702
55,280
-6,654
162,553
167,060
1,038,809

8,995
40,002
61,101
23,603
85,846
46,219
08,311
76,559
400,636

73,706
63,550
59,066
70,592
77,964
56,385
94,346
280,713
776,522

41,528
41,216
22,236
64,278
22,780
23,407
25,165
5,851
79,166
46,360
334,459
706,446


1,000
dollars


33,516
12,710
24,142
39,326
5,502
31,639
191,701
56,849
153 461
548,246

169,341
148,731
276,703
121,001
164,850
880,626

185,246
305,630
175,473
76,342
71,960
183,716
175,865
1,174,230

8,370
42,153
68,874
23,174
145,310
65,338
95,998
64,785
514,002

66,493
73,189
73,189
98,774
88,698
68,151
141,724
391,649
1,001,867

50,309
51,781
25,764
69,549
25,130
23,482
27,720
6,229
87,671
49,?77
335,225
752,637


1,000
dollars


42,594
14,079
28,441
42,958
5,951
36,229
221,657
61,598
183,425
636.932


198,360
189,080
321,461
145,540
194,661
1,049,102

230,483
434,986
212,086
92,186
80,502
262,785
244,406
1,557,434

10,112
47,691
99,504
26,340
216,203
90,063
110,101
77,569
677,583

95,851
88,665
106,458
111,308
102,097
85,971
135,942
406,227
1,130,519

71,275
69,568
35,982
89,632
33,567
34,160
29,622
7,703
109,116
60,019
403,922
944,566


161,742 6553,'07 4,235,362 4,871,608 5,996,156

162,000 556,000 4,328,000 5,051,000 6,090,000


Uivisionsof Statis:ical and


Historical Research, and Crop and Livestock EstLmates.


f These total differ from estLmated ignited states cash income because they include only income from
selected ccnmmoaities and no aeductioas are made for 1he indhipment of livestock for feeding.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II3 IIHi 11111 ll12 MIII llll11111 IIII II 11111
3 1262 08739 8417


Table 4.- Receipts from the sale of selected farm products, by qtetes, 1032 1934


1932


: Livestock
ros : and
: : livestock
: : products
1,000 1,000
dollars dollars


.Th9i -- 1054


: Livestock :
Crops an
: livestock :
: products :
1,000 1,000
dollars dollars


:Livestock
: and
rop : livestock
: products
1,000 1,000
dollars dollars


1ie. ................:
N. H. ..............:
Vt. ...............:
I ss. ..............:
B. I. ..............:
Conn. ..............:
N. Y. ..............:
N. J. ..............:
Pa. ................:
N. Atl. ..........:

Ohio ...............:
Ind. ...............:
Ill. ...............:
Mich. ..............:
Wi.. ...............:
d. N. Cent. ......:

Minn. ................
Iowa ...............
li. ................:
N. Dak. ............:
S. Dak. ...........:
Nebr. ..............:
Kans. ..............:
W. N. Cent. ......:

--Del. ...............
Sd ................
Va. ................
W. Va. ..............:
N. C. ..............:
S. C. .............:
Ga. ................
Fla. ...............:
S. Atl. ..........:

Ky. ................:
Tenn. ..............:
Ala. ...............:
Mits ..............:
Ark. ...............:
La. ................:
Okla. ..............:
Tex. ...............:
S. Cent. .........:

Mont. ..............:
Ianho ..............:
Wyo. ...............:
Colo. ..............:
N. Mex. .............
Ariz. ..............:
Utah ...............:
NOT. ...............:
Wash. ..............:
Oreg. ..............:
Calif. .............:
nest. ............:


12,647
2,002
2,150
8,847
747
9,116
42,247
21,225
35,521
134,502

37,067
29,084
63,851
33,770
11,473
175,245

25,743
26,418
28,138
25,824
11,087
27,569
48,443
193,222

3,505
16,488
28,981
5,393
69,917
38,782
44,100
65,092
272,258

39,518
37,326
47,879
57,488
65,002
44,760
49,921
189,373
531,267

16,510
19,885
4,972
20,406
6,928
10,573
8,806
661
40,260
15,841
193,692
337,534


1/:
Total all states-.: 1,644,028

U. S. ............: 1,880,000


17,822
11,118
22,474
30,208
4,621
23,083
133,473
32,753
116,069
391,621

118,400
106,896
164,810
75,132
146,543
611,781

137,449
248,970
130,564
29,456
45,567
134,964
118,617
845,587

5,490
23,514
32,120
18,210
15,929
7,437
14,211
11,467
128,378

34,188
26,224
11,187
13,104
12,962
11,625
44,425
91,340
245,055

25,018
22,331
17,264
43,872
15,852
12,834
16,359
5,190
38,906
30,519
140,767
368,912


17,197
2,285
2,050
11,412
1,079
9,342
56,024
23,981
37,870
161,240

44,860
34,929
99,322
44,429
13,762
237,302

40,218
50,574
35,244
42,918
11,727
46,887
52,861
280,429

3,583
19,573
38,138
4,936
125,636
52,872
74,799
53,047
372,384

31,441
42,449
51,721
75,537
63,990
52,463
83,305
244,418
645,324

21,792
25,507
6,211
29,702
8,692
30,558
9,973
617
48,773
19,324
205,226
386,175


16,319
10,423
22,090
27,836
4,423
22,127
135,638
32,255
115,166
386,277

121,366
111,047
173,617
75,826
149,883
631,739

142,273
251,306
134,054
32,409
56,051
133,357
112,480
861,930

4,721
22,260
30,189
18,156
16,826
7,770
13,234
11,393
124,549

34,623
27,270
11,906
13,299
13,905
10,717
44,120
102,270
258,110

28,485
26,443
19,518
39,400
15,901
12,632
17,499
5,595
38,863
30,382
129,688
364,407


24,579
2,231
2,162
11,261
805
8,685
58,976
21,779
44,783
175,261

51,078
44,695
97,645
52,219
19,189
264,826

49,041
70,562
37,921
28,684
2,230
53,467
60,888
302,793

4,650
20,244
62,731
6,495
184,188
70,132
81,132
64,351
493,923

49,489
52,183
81,010
80,534
71,969
66,600
61,322
224,012
687,119

20,824
31,302
6,035
27,892
9,819
18,574
6,961
550
57,196
21,048
252,796
452,997


18,013
11,824
26,241
31,227
5,144
26,870
162,474
39,644
137,442
458,879


135,801
128,542
201,610
90,957
189,915
726,825

165,331
324,296
150,025
25,809
51,021
179,402
137,897
1,033,781

5,355
26,380
34,452
19,588
19,436
8,474
14,754
12,358
140,797

59,278
29,836
12,648
15,055
14,345
11,491
48,098
107,447
278,198

35,367
32,068
23,866
53,701
13,348
13,287
19,938
6,342
45,474
34,286
147,253
424,930


2,591,334 2,082,854 2,627,012 2,376,919 3,063,410

2,448,000 2,385,000 2,504,000 2,727,000 2,807,000


State


Divisionsof Statistical and Historical Research, and -C.-c and Livestock Esti-ates.
1/ These totals differ from estimated United States cash income because they include only
income from selected con-odities and no Leductions are trade f'or the inshipment of
li7cstocl: for reeti:.g


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