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TOBACCO STOCI5
AS OF OCTOBER 1, 1977 ',


CONTENTS
Conversion factors for adjusting
for losses in w eight ......................... 3
Stocks of leaf tobacco, by types, converted
to a FARM-SALES-WEIGHT equivalent ....... 4
Stocks of leaf tobacco, summary by types ........ 5
Production, stocks, supply, disappearance,
and price ot specified types
(FARM-SALES-W EIGHT)...................... 6-9
Summary of tobacco leaf represented in
inventories of tobacco sheet ............. ... 10
Stocks of leaf tobacco, by types, showing
separately quantities owned by dealers
and m manufacturers .......................... 11


TOB-80
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
WASHINGTON,D.C. NOVEMBER 1977







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BRIEF CLASSIFICATION OF LEAF TOBACCO


(Covering classes and types)


CLASS 1, FLUE-CURED TYPES

Type 11: Old Belt flue-cured; produced
principally in the Piedmont sections of
Virginia and North Carolina.
Type 12: Eastern North Carolina flue-cured;
produced principally in the coastal sections
of North Carolina, north of the South River.
Type 13- South Carolina flue-cured;
produced principally in the coastal sections
of South Carolina, the southeastern counties
of North Carolina, south of the South River.
Type 14: Georgia and Florida flue-cured;
produced principally in southern Georgia and
northern Florida.


CLASS 2, FIRE-CURED TYPES

Type 21: Virginia fire-cured; produced in
the Piedmont and mountain sections of
Virginia.
Type 22: Tennessee-Kentucky fire-cured,
eastern district, Clarksville, Springfield,
and Hopkinsville, produced principally in
a section east of the Tennessee River, in
southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee.
Type .23: Kentucky-Tennessee fire-cured,
western district, layfield, and Murray;
produced principally in a section between
the Tennessee, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers
in western Kentucky and northwestern
Tennessee.


CLASS 3, AIR-CURED TYPES

Light Air-cured (Class 3a)

Type 31: Burley; produced principally in
Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, West
Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and
Missouri.
Type 32: Southern Maryland; produced
principally in five counties of southern
Maryland--Prince Georges, Anne Arundel,
Calvert, Charles, and St. Marys.

Dark Air-cured (Class 3b)

Type 35; One Sucker; produced in north-
central Tennessee and south-central
Kentucky.
Type 36: Green River; produced in the
northern part of Kentucky in the territory
adjacent to Owensboro and Henderson.
Type 37: Virginia sun-cured; produced
principally in central virginia, north
of the James River.


CLASS 4, CIGAR-FILLER TYPES

Type 41: Pennsylvania Seedleaf; produced
principally in Lancaster County, Pa., and
the adjoining counties.
Types 42-44:0hio filler; produced principally
in the Miami Valley section of Ohio and
extending into Indiana.
Type 46: Puerto Rican sun-grown, including
primed IDeshojado) and stalk-cut (mata);
produced on the Island of Puerto Rico.


CLASS 5, CIGAR-BINDER TYPES

Type 51: Connecticut Broad leaf; produced
in the connecticut Valley sections of
Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Type 52: Connecticut Havana Seed;
produced in the Connecticut and Housatonic
Valley sections of Connecticut and
Massachusetts.
Type 53 New York and Pennsylvania Havana
Seed; produced in the Big Flats and Onondaga
sections of New York, and extending into
Pennsylvania.
Type 54: Southern Wisconsin; produced in
Wisconsin, south and east of the Wisconsin
River.
Type 55: Northern Wisconsin; produced in
Wisconsin, north and west of the Wisconsin
River, and in eastern Minnesota.


CLASS 6, CIGAR-WRAPPER TYPES

Type 61: Connecticut Shade; produced in
the Connecticut Valley sections of
Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Type 62 Georgia and Florida Shade; produced
in southwestern Georgia and north-central
Florida.


MISCELLANEOUS TYPES OF
DOMESTIC TOBACCO

Type 72: Louisiana Perique.
Type 73: All domestic types of tobacco not
otherwise classified.

FOREIGN TYPES


Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type


Cuba
Indonesia
Philippine Islands
Brazil
Colombia
Dominican Republic.
Paraguay
Mexico
Other foreign-grown cigar leaf
Foreign-grown Oriental and Aromatic
Foreign-grown flue-cured
Foreign-grown burley.










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Table 1. Factors for adjusting stocks reported by dealers and manufacturers to a farm-sales-weight equivalent, by tEpes of tobacco.


AUCTION MARKET AREAS (iypes 11-37) 1.



Factors to multiply by to convert -
TYPE Stemmed stocks to Unscummed stocks co -
:1J4BER ____:
Unstemmed Farmr-Sales- Farm-Sales-Weight
Equivalent : Weigh Equivalent
Equivalent From Packed Weight I


Flue-cured. . .. l-l 1.295 1.-50 1: .12


Virginia Fire-cured . 21 1.299 1.598 1.23


Tennessee and Kentucky Fire-cured 22-23 1.324 2/ 1.4.1 1.04


Burley. . 31 :.3-5 1.510 1.12
Southern Maryland . 32 1.373 1.'00 1.02


One Sucker. . .. 35 1.413 1.55- 1.10
Green River . 3 : 1.389 1.570 1.13
Virginia Sun-Cured. . 37 1 326 1.538 :l.lt.


Miscellaneous Domestic. . 72-73 1.333 1.-,93 1.12


DOMESTIC-GROWIJ CIGAR LEAF i.TypeEs l-nr2;

Sweated : armed : Farm- Average for
Weig t : Weignt Sales- Oct. 1, 19,r,
i W e Weight : Report
3. 3 3



Pennsylvania Seedlea . .41 : 1.4. 1.218 1.19 1.05 1.00 1.02
Ohio. . . : 42-44 1.45- 1.730 1.19 1.05 l.UO l I'is
Puerto Rican. . ...... o : 1.314 1.551 : 1.18 1.16 1.00 1.06 P.R.
1.16 U.S

Connecticut Broadleaf . 51 1.375 1.622 1.18 1.04 1.00 1 10
Connecticut Havana Seed . : 52 1.386 .35 1.18 1.0- 1.00 I 12
Southern Wisconsin. . 5. 1.383 I.b87 1.22 1.00 1.00 1.02
Northern Wisconsin. . .. : 55 -.-0' 1.713 1.22 1.0b 1.00 1.0.


Connecticut Shade . 6L 1.245 1.-19 1.14 1.10 1.00 1 ",
Georgia and Florida Shade . 62 1.235 1.-08 1.1-. 1.10 1.00 1 ,'



:lIPORTED LEAF lTypes 81-93)



Cigar Leaf. . .. : 81-89 : 1.00 1.62- 1.16
Foreign-grown Oriental and Aromatic 91 1.333 1.46 : 1.10
Foreign-grown Flue-cured ... 92 : .295 1..50 1.12
Foreign-grown Burley. . .. : 93 1.3-5 1.506 : 1.12





L/ Types 11-37 are reported on the basis of packed weight.
2/ Farm-SaLes-Weight equivalent based on unstemmed sweated weight factor.
31 The instructions for reporting unstemmed cigar-leaf of the domestic typeE require that dealers and manufacturers indicate the
weight basis on which the tobacco is reported, namely, farm-sales-weight, marked weighc, or sweated weight. The stocks are
converted to the Earm-sales-weight equivalent on the basis of average factors reflecting the percentage reported each quarter
in each of these three categories.












Table 2. Stocks of leaf tobacco owned by dealers and manufacturers, by types, converted to a farm-sales-weight equivalent,
October 1, 1977, compared wuih other quarters. li


FARM SALES WEIGHT




U.S. : October 1. Juy 1, : :
Typ : :- July 1, I Ap.111 Jan. 1,
SNumber : 977 : 1976 1975 1977 1977 1977
1.000 l 1, 10 b.000 b.lb. 00 lb. 000 lblb. 1[,000 lb.

Flu.-cured . .. : 11-14: 2,550326 2,468,230 2.230.934 2.066.066 2,305.093 2,595,898

Virginta ftre-cured. . 21 6,b58 7,.38 7,329 8,381 9,649 8,053
kInnLssL and Kentucky fire-cured. : 22 3-,90b 38,270 36,137 -2,123 45,169 32,651
LEda-ern Dlt'ri.CL)
Kentucky and Tennessee : 23 : ,329 -,315 4,611 8,837 6,962 4,560
(Western Districc) :__
Total fire-cured. ........ : 21-23 47,893 50,023 48,077 59.3-1 61,780 45.264

Burley. .. . : :31 1,214,039 1,130,992 1,094,385 1,372,251 1,501,753 1,398,627
Southern Maryland .......... : 32 48,"66 48.629 61.006 5-.2-8 37.988 41.859
Total light air-cured .. : 31-32 1,262,805 1.179.621 1.155,391 12699 1,2539,741 1,440,486

One Sucker . : 35 1l,201 15,54- 19,077 17,711 18,398 16,175
Green River. . ... : 36 11,858 12,668 13,757 1.,010 14,318 11,308
Virginia sun-cured ......... : 37 1.767 2,072 2,291 2,089 2,140 2,186
Total dark air-cured. ...... : 35-37 27,82o 30,28- 35,125 33,810 3,..856 29,669

Pennsylvania seedleaf. : 41 : 9,7.1 .6,788 .9,211 53,368 56,739 42,948
Ohio Filler (Miami Valley) .. : 42-44 : 5,97 5,696 5,872 6,596 6,939 4,694
Puerto Rican:
in United States. .... : 46 1,257 1,277 1,663 1,151 1,213 1,264
in Puerto Rico ... .. : 46 : 5,123 5.945 4,.36 5.982 7,352 5.626
Total .igar filler. ...... : -1-40 62,095 59706b 61,182 67.097 72,233 54,532

Connecticut Valley Broadleaf : 51 3,.99 3,337 4,495 3,7"7 3,788 3,324
Connecticut Valley Havana Seed : 52 8.5 922 1,671 885 1,068 1,148
Southern Wisconsin . : 5 23,767 23,249 19,811 26,971 29,153 20,728
Northern Wisconsin ......... : 55 : 16,229 16,013 15,829 18,098 18,822 13,539
rocal cigar binder ...... : 51-55 : --,3-.0 -3,521 41,806 49.701 52,831 38,739

Connecticut shade. ... .: 61 9,492 8,829 10,158 8,917 10,948 10,662
Georgia and Florida shade. ...... : 62 : -.263 5,337 5,978 4.230 3,934 4,993
Total cigar wrapper ..... : 61-62 13,755 1.,16bb 16,136 13,147 14,882 15,655

Perique. . : 72 531 459 '82 529 574 593
Other miscellaneous domestic 2/ .. : 73 .: 777 6,089 6.719 5,250 5,596 5,983
Total miscellaneous domestic. 72-73__: 5,308 6.5-8 7,201 5,779 6,170 6576

Cuba . . : 81 85 113 123 86 87 90
Indonesia . : 82 11,997 10,877 11,092 10,965 11,-01 10,946
Philippine Islands . : .".3 31,187 38,967 37,874 32,346 35,688 38,197
Brazil . : 8 : 6,423 6,249 ;,755 6,389 6,509 6,933
Columbia . : 85 9,116 10,101 11,304 9,043 7,818 8,902
Dominican Republic . : 86 12,638 14,460 20,957 15,314 18,919 17,789
Paraguay . ... .: 87 : ,394 4,820 8,795 8,'11 7,333 7,459
Mexico . . : 88 3,2.. 3,022 5,9'.7 -,029 3,791 4,310
Other foreign-grown cigar leaf 89 20,396 20.770 25,601 19,401 19,491 19,630
:ocal imported cigar leaf .... : 81-89 102.-80 L09.379 129.-18 105,984 111,037 114.256

Fo eig -grown Oriental and Aromatic.. 91 34b,6.6 -04,791 379,720 361,988 365,279 397,434
Foreign-grown flue-cured 92 117,13- 100,948 70,.20 108,748 101,524 100,378
Foreign-grown buriey ..... : 93 13845-. 1-0,708 136,398 126.918 131,980 139,444
Total imported cigarette
and smoking tobacco leaf. : 91-93 602,234 6-6.4.7 586,538 597,654 598,783 637,256

TOTAL ALL TYPES. . 11-93 : ,719,062 4,607,925 4,311,808 4,425,078 4,797,416 4,978,331


1, lotalVinclude stocks of leaf tobacco sheet. See separate reporting in Table 5.
,' Type 73 is define.' as all domestic tobacco not otherwise classified.


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Table 3 St.,cks of leaf tobacco owned by dealers


and manufacturers. summary, by types October 1, 1977, compared with othtr quarters.
1 2


REPORTED WEIGHT


U.S. Oc ober 1, 19.7 3j
PE NAME Oct. 1, July 1, April 1.
U d ME r) oal6 1
lurambe r Un s c emied Stiieined lo3al 196 19"


Flue-cured . .

Virginia fire-cured. .
Tennessee and Kentucky f lre-cured.
(Eastern District)
Kentucky and Tennessee fire-cured.
(Western District)
Total fire-cured. .

Burley . ..
Southern Maryland. .
Total light air-cured .

One Sucker .
Green River. .
Virginia sun-cured .
Total dark air-cured. .

Pennsylvania Seedleaf .
Ohio Filler (Miami Valley) .
Puerto Rican:
in United States.
in Puerto Rico. .
Total cigar filler. .


Connecticut Valley Broadleaf .
Connecticut Valley Havana Seed
Southern Wisconsin .
Northern Wisconsin .
Total cigar binder. .

Connecticut Shade. .
Georgia and Florida shade. .
Total cigar wrapper .


Perique. . .
Other miscellaneous domestic .
Total miscellaneous domestic.

Cuba . .
Indonesia. . .
Philippine Islands .
Brazil . .
Colombia . .
Dominican Republic .
Paraguay . .
Mexico . .
Other foreign-grown cigar Leaf .
Total imported cigar leaf .


: 11-1 :

: 21 :
. 22 :

: 23

21-23

31
32
31-32

: 35
36
37


1.000 lb.

191.598

5,203
33,-61


5,977



23,533
3,807
27. 3-0

6,36-
8,975
208


1,00 1t.

1.588.,936

1b2
72


J

766,2
32,0
;98,3

.,c

6


1.. h.

1.780,534

5,365
33,533


.7 6,053

110 .4,951

1'6 789,779
159 35,866
05 825,645

'33 10,997
194 10,0b9
15 1.323


1 6 187

6,02h
36, '27


-,127

-6.880

75b,401
35,697
79_.098

LI,885
10,580
1.545


1.000 Lb.

L.-28.726

6, 7b 1
-0,-59


8,-56

55, b;6

895,89-.

937,319

13.2-,
11.654
1 .57


1.000 lb

1,599.7-1

7,787
-3, 36

o,686

57,837

988,739
?7,.89
1,016,228

1 ,8.1
12,01-
1,579


35-37 : 16.0-7 b63-2 22,389 2,010 26.-75 28, -3-

: 1 30,80- 10,F6.- 41,.68 38.6-5 .,7.0 ., 5
-2-.4 5,61, ; 5,661 5.065 b,2-? b,635

: 6 331 563 894 94 81bt 879
46 3 .940 611 4.551 5 .09 5 163 oD215
: 41--6 : 0.689 11,885 52,51 750.061 56,966 61.37-

51 : 2,781 271 3,052 2,935 3,3-8 3,3bb
: 52 : 30 17 7-7 809 "8 932
: 5 : 19,696 2,179 21,875 21,146 2? ,830 26,568
: 55 9,615 3,636 13,251 12,455 1I,709 15.66.
: 51-55 : 32,822 6,103 389255 37,3-5 J,.665 -6.530

61 : 7,737 801 8,538 7,9.2 8,029 9,903
62 : 3.198 552 3,750 4.60 3,bn0 3,398
S 61-62 : 10,935 1.353 12,288 12,582 11,089 13,301

: 72 35- 356 3u9 35- 38.
: 3 -/ 5 319b 3,201 4,081 13518 3,793
72-73 3550 3L557 390 3,872 -,177


S 81
82
83
: 8-
S 85
86
87
: 88
89
: 81-89


Foreign-grown Oriental and Aromatic: 91
Foreign-grown flue-cured : 92
Foreign-grown burley ..... 93
Total imported cigarette
and smoking tobacco leaf. : 91-93


0
6,116
9,220
3,310
4,921
5,972
3,953
1,811
11,265
4b.568


51
3,019
12,618
1,592
2,098
3,517
1,728
:0-
-.513
29.8.0


51
9,135
21,838
4,902
7,019
9,-89
5,681
2,515
15,778
26.,08


70
8,149
? 78&
4,832
7,219
10,779
3, 736
2,268
15,908
80.7-5


52
8,176
22,622
I., ? 1l
6, .2
11,-.78
bt,-6b
3,008
15, 130
?8.385


5-
8,337
25,2? 16
.,981
5,51;
1-,607
5,885
2,904
15.021
82.522


: 308,903 4,67-. 313,577 3-3,186 328,083 331,335
: 8,539 7.,18b 82,725 71,350 7;,U06 71, 17
: 1.,852 80,890 95.:242 9-,639 85,95- 88,989


33. 29


159 750 -92 0-J


509.1?5


-91 101


.91.7.1


TOTAL ALL TYPES. :


11-93


7-2,9-. 2,60o,37- 3,3-9,315 3,303,-.73 3,133,87- 3.-01.885


Totals includes .locks of ILaf reported in tobacco sheet. See
These statistics represent the quantity of leaf tobacco owned
PL 661, enacted January l1, 1929 and the amendments thereto.
Subject to revision
For explanation of stocks included in this classification see


reporting in Table 5.
by dealers and manufacturers


footnote 2 on Page .


and others subject to the proJisions of


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Table 4, I'rnduct lon, stocks, supply, dlappea.rance on a tarm-sals-weight hasis, and price of specified types, 1972-77

TOTAL ALL TYPES, 1-62



SCrr)over stocks 1/ Disappearance Average
Market in : _________Product ion : Total Price
Year : : or Sales Supply : to
SManu- : Under Other : Iotil : Total Export Other Growers
: facturers Loan

Million Mill ion Mill ion Million hi ll ton ill ion Mi1 lion Million Million
Pound:- Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Cents

1972 2,211.6 961.9 0~q.n 3,485 1 I,.52.' 5,235.8 1,95".9 639.0 1.318.9 82.9
19175 2,289 h h97.0 291.3 3.27".9 1,764 6 5,042.3 2,089.5 732.2 1,35'.3 89.8
19"4 : ,255." 421.6 2'2." 2.953.n .99". S 4,950.8 1,941.6 653.4 1,288.2 108.5
19"5 2.499." 193.1 116.5 3,009.3 2.185.3 5.194.6 1,944.4 654.6 1,289.8 102.5
19b : 2,622." 418.1 2"1 0 3,303.9 .2142.8 5,4 ." 1,90".0 67".6 1,229.4 112.5
19"' 2' 2,645.9 615.1 262.1 -..521.2 1.918.0 5,435.9


FLUE-CURED, TYPES 11-14 (July-June Marketing 'lear)

1972 ,08b b 61".> 205.8 1 910.2 1,022.1 2,932.3 1,183.0 518.8 664.2 85.3
1973 1,153.7 402 3 19 .3 1 ,49 ; 1,159.0 2,908.3 1,301.0 598.0 '03.0 88.1
1974 1.154.2 276.' 16.4 1,60'.3 1,245.1 2,852.4 1,200.4 548.3 652.1 105.0
1975 1,259.4 179.9 212.' 1,652.0 1,414.b 3,060.6 1,193.2 522.5 670.7 99.8
1976 : 1,356.5 359.2 182.6 1.898.3 1,.316.0 3.214.3 1,148.2 514.2 634.0 110.4
19" 2 ,347.h 556.0 161.6 2.066.1 1,119.3 3,185.4
19S

VIRGINIA FIRF-CURED, TWPE 21 (October-September Marketing Year)

19"2 5. 3 0.4 2.6 8.3 4.7 13.0 5.4 4.1 1.3 64.2
19 3 4.5 -- 4.5 ".6 5. 13.3 6.2 4.5 1.7 '5.5
194 4.0 -- 3.1 ] 5.9 13.0 5.7 5.0 0." 81.7
19"5 4.3 0 3 2 -.3 4 9 12.2 4.8 3.4 1.4 93.0
1976 : 4.u 3 3.4 -. 5.3 12." 6.1 4.1 2.0 118.0
1977 2 4. 1 -- 2.0 6." 7.3 14.0
1978

TOTAL, TYPES 22-23 (October-September Marketing Year)

1972 : 37." 1.2 16.5 5t.2 3".6 93.8 36.5 22.3 14.2 57.3
19' : 37.- 3.1 16.5 5-.3 2'". 85.0 39.9 24.2 15." "1.7
19 4 35.3 1.1 8." 45.1 25.9 71.0 30.3 15.8 14.5 93.4
1975 29.9 0.1 4 32.9 3. 0. 2. 3. 0.7 18.5 12.2 104.7
19-b 32.4 / 10.7 42 b 3 .9 .5 34.6 23.4 11.2 140.2
19-7 2 34.0 -- 41 2 41.8 83 0
19"8

TENNESSEE and KENTUCKY FIRE-CURED, T PE 22
(October-September Marketing Year)

19"2 32.2 1.1 13.8 4. 1 30.b 7"." 29." -- 29.7 58.0
19 : 32.6 2.5 12.9 48.0 23 2 71.2 31.0 -- 31.0 71.6
1974 31.7 u.9 ~.6 40.2 21.2 61 25.3 -- 25.3 93.4
19 s5 27.3 0.1 8.7 36.1 2".2 63.3 25.0 -- 25.0 106.1
19"6 : 29.'" 8.6 38.3 2'.3 65.6 30.6 -- 30.6 141.3
1977 2/ 30.1 -- 4.8 34.9 33.4 68.3
1978

KENTUCKY and TFNNESSEE FIRE CURED, T3PE 23
(October-September Marketing ter'l

19"2 5.9 0.1 3.5 9 1 ".0 16.1 6.9 -- 6.9 54.4


19"3 5.1
19-4 3.6
19i 2.6
19"( 2."
I''" 2' 3.9
19S"8


72.0
93.2
97.8
135.4


See Footnotes at end of table.


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Table 4. Production, stocks, supply, disappearance on a farm-sales-weight basis, and price of specified types, 1972-".

BURLEY. T'iPE 31
(October-September Marketing \ear)



Carryover stocks i : Disappearance Average
Marketing :_ Production :Total Price
Year : : or Sales Supply to
Manu- : Under Other : Total Total Export Other C.rowers
Sfacturers : Loan

Million Million Million Mi ll ion Mill ion Million Million Mll l ion Million
Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Cents

1972 887.7 327.7 33.1 1,248.5 590.3 1,838.8 609.6 75.6 534.0 79.2
1973 : 920.3 276. 32.2 1,229.2 460.7 1,689.9 619.9 8n 8 533.1 92.9
1974 : 900.5 139.2 31.0 1,0'0.- 612.- 1,663.1 53e. -.q 51S.A I :."
1975 1,031.6 12.0 50.8 1,094.4 639.1 ,-33.5 602.5 92.4 510.1 105.5
1976 1,073.5 44.8 41.8 1,160.1 679.0 1,839.1 609.7 1i6.8 492.9 114.2
1977 2/ 1,102.1 54.9 57.0 1,214.0 641.8 1,855.8
1978

MARYLAND, TYPE 32
(October-September Marketing Year)


1972 33.7 -- 20.7 54.5 23.8 78.3 25.b 12.1 13.5 84.5
1973 32.8 -- 19.9 52.7 35.0 87.' 26 0 12.3 13.' 90.5
1974 41.4 -- 20.3 61." 32.8 94.5 33.5 8.5 25.0 92.1
1975 42 .5 18.5 61.0 21.1 82.1 33.5 9.' 23.8 105.'
1976 37.8 -- 10.8 48.6 29.9 78.5 29.8 12.5 17.4 111.5
1977 2/ : 40.1 -- 8.7 18.8 29.9 '8.7
1978

TOTAL, TYPES 35-36
(October-September Marketing Year)



1972 30.9 12.7 2.6 46.2 15.5 61.7 1'.0 2.3 14." 50.3
1973 29.0 12.8 2.9 44.7 12.4 57.0 20.2 2.9 .3 bl 9
1974 28.0 5.5 3.4 36.9 11.0 48 5 15.6 2.8 12.8 76.9
1975 : 30.5 3/ 2.4 32.9 14.0 46.9 18.7 2.6 16.1 89.8
1976 25.5 2.7 8.2 15.1 43. 1. 7.n 2.2 14.8 113.3
1977 2/ 23.3 -- 2.8 26.1 19.0 45.1
1978

ONE SUCKER, TYPE 35
(October-September Marketing lear)


1972 20.7 6.3 2.4 29.4 10.6 40.0 12.0 2.0 10.0 51 .6
1973 19.7 6.1 2.2 28.0 8." 36.7 13.6 2.6 11.0 61.2
1974 18.6 2.5 2.0 23.1 7.7 30.8 11.7 2.6 9.1 '5.2
1975 17.7 3/ 1.4 19.1 9.6 28.7 13.2 In. 9J.5S
1976 14.3 -- 1.2 15.5 10.5 26.0 11.8 2.1 9.8 115.3
1977 2/ 12.4 -- 1.8 14.2 13.8 28.0
1978

GREEN RIVER, TYPE 36
(October-September Marketing Yearj


1972 10.2 6.4 0.2 16.8 4.9 21.7 5.0 0.3 4." 47.1
1973 9.3 6." 0.7 16.7 3.8 2"'.5 b. 0.2 6.5 63.5
1974 10.3 3.0 0.6 13.8 3.9 17.- 3.9 0.3 3.6 80.1
1975 12.8 -- 1.0 13.8 4.4 3I .2 5.5 0.1 5.4 88.3
1976 11.2 -- 1.5 12." 4 6 17.3 5.4 0.1 5.3 118.0
1977 2/ 9.9 -- 2.0 11.9 5.2 1.1
1978

VIRGINIA SUN-CUPED, TYPE 37
(October-September Marketing lear)


1972 3.0 -- 3/ 3.0 0.8 3.8 0.6 0.2 0.4 S1.9
1973 3.2 -- 3/ 3.2 0.9 4.1 1.1 0.2 0.9 69.2
1974 3.0 -- 3/ 3.0 0.9 3.9 1.6 0.3 1.3 82.1
1975 2.3 -- 3/ 2.3 0.7 3.0 0.9 0.2 0.7 85.5
1976 2.1 -- 3/ 2.1 0.8 2.9 1.1 0.2 0.9 105.0
1977 2/ 1.8 -- 3/ 1.8 0.8 2.6
1978


See Footnotes at end of table.


Continued -















l.il0l" I I'rodution, -tock' -upplI disJppear.Ance on a fdrm-sales-weight basis, and price of specified types, 1972-77.

PENNS .ItANIA SFH[[iirAF. TiPl. 41
(Octoher-September Marlketing Yearl


I jrrvover %toc0s b ],


Under .
loIn


Othe r


lotal]


Product ion
or S.lrc


Total
Suppl> .


Disappearance


Total


Export .


SMil I ion Million Million MtilI ion Mill ion Hil ion Million Mill ion Mi llion
Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pound% Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Cents

1972 53.b -- 16.4 '0.2 18.2 88.4 34." 0.3 34.4 46.0
1973 -42.9 -- 10.8 53.7 22.1 75.8 28.3 0.8 27.5 52.0
19" 9.0 8.5 4".5 2U.0 7 .5 24.3 0.3 24.0 58.0
1975 39.4 10.8 49.2 19.8 i9.0 22.2 0.4 21.8 58.0
19- 35.8 -- 11.0 46.8 23.6 '0.4 20. 0.4 20 3 60.0
19-7 2, ,. -- 13.2 49.' 23.5 "..


01110 FI L.EP. TIPFS 42-44
IOctober-September Marketing Ye3r)


1972 -- 0.3 ".0 4.2 11 2 4.4 -- 4.4 44.0
1973 5.8 1 t.S 3.1 9.9 4. -- 1.0 51.0
19'4 : 5. 0. 5.9 3.1 9.0 3.1 -- 3.1 59.0
1975 5.2 -- 0." 5.9 R.' 8 9 3.2 -- 3.4 60.0
19"b 5.0 -- 0.7 5. 3.1 8.8 2.9 -- 2.9 59.0
19"7 2 5.1 0.5 0.4 0.0 1.0 9.0
198'

PUERTO RICAN FILLER, T'PF 46
(October-September Marketing iear)


1972 9.0 3. 12.7 4.8 17.5 8.3 -- 8.3 42.1
1973 6.8 2.4 9.2 6.5 IS. 5." -- 5. 41.2
1974 : 5.7 -- 4.3 10.0 3.9 14.0 7.9 -- 7.9 44.5
1975 5.0 -- 1.1 6.1 4. 10.4 3.2 -- 3 2 49.7
1976 2.5 3.3 1.t 4. 11.5 4.9 -- 4.9 57.6
197- 2;/ 2.3 2.7 1.4 6.4
1978

CONNECTICIUT BINPDER, T\PFS 51-52
(October-September Marketing 'iearl


19'2 3.3 2.0 2.1 -.4 2.5 9.9 2.4 0.1 2.3 70.1
1973 3.3 2.1 .1 ".5 2.- 10.2 3.2 0.1 3.1 72.8
1974 : 2.6 2.] 2.3 7 0 2.5 9.5 3.4 0.2 3.2 81.0
1975 3.2 0.8 2.2 6.2 2.4 8.6 4.4 0.2 4.2 92.7
1976 : 2.0 0.7 1.5 1.2 2.4 6.6 2. 0.1 2.2 89.6
197" 2/ 2.4 0.9 1.0 4.3 2." .0


CONNECTICUT BROADLEAF, TYPE 51
(October-September Market ing Tear)


1972 2.3 1.2 1.6 5.2 2.0 ".2 1.3 0.1 1. 7 72.0
1973 2.4 1.2 1.8 5.4 2.3 7." 2.8 0.1 2.7 73.0
1974 I." 1.2 2.0 4.9 2.2 7.1 2.6 0.2 2.4 82.0
1975 : 2.3 0.6 1.6 4.5 2.1 6.6 3.3 0.2 3.1 92.0
19"' : 1.2 0." 1.4 3.3 2.1 5.5 2.0 0.1 1.9 90.0
19"7 2.' 1.7 0.9 0.9 3.5 2.3 5.8


CONNECTICUl HAVANA SEED, TYPF 52
(October-September Marketing Year)


1972 1.0 0.8 0.5 2.3 0.5 2.8 0.7 -- 0.7 62.0
1973 0.9 0.9 0.3 2.1 0.4 2.5 0 4 -- 0.4 72.0
1974 0.9 0.9 0.3 2 1 0.3 2.4 0.8 -- 0.8 82.0
1975 0.9 0.2 U.o 1.7 0.3 2.0 1.1 -- 0.9 98.0
1976 0.7 -- 0.2 0.9 0.3 1.2 0.4 -- 0.4 87.0
1977 2/ : 0.7 -- 0.1 0.8 0.4 1.2
1978


See Footnotes at end of table.


M.arket ingi
I r


M.I nu-
f'Jacturers


Average
Price
to
Growers


Other


~~


Continued -












Table 4. Production, stocks, supply. disapjearaace on a farm-sales-weight ba-j-, .-md prict of 'pe'ified rtpe-, 192-l'"

hIlSCONSIN BliEdER T'PI S 54-55
1O t-ber-Septernier Market inc icar)


Carr'.over stocks 1. :
Marketing Production loral
Year : Mrarui- ; Under Other oral or Sales Supply Totjl
: fatur'ers Loan


Million Hi ll ion
Pounds Pounds


Million
Pounds

19. 2
39.0
*5.8
35.o
39.2
40.0


Mill ion
Pounds


Di s 'peo ran e

Eport Other


i II i] on r1 I 1ion P11 lici n
Poun is Punds rPound-


'l 1 1 ion
Pounds



19S.


SOUTHERN WISCONSIN, TIPE 54
(October-September Marketing Near)


1972 19.2 3' 1.1 20.3 8.4 28.' 9.3 -- 9. 18.0
1973 17.4 -- 2.0 19.4 9.6 29.0 lu.l -- 10 1 60.5
1974 : 15.0 -- 3.9 18.9 9.' 28.6 8.8 -- 8.8 -1.9
1975 : 1 .3 3. 0.5 19.8 10.9 30." ".5 -- ". .1
1976 : 22.5 3/ 0.7 23.2 10.6 33.8 10.0 -- 10.0 '5.1
1977 2/ 21.2 3,' 2.6 23.8 12.5 36.3
1978

NORTHERN WISCONSIN, TNPE 55
(October-September marketing Year)


1972 17.8 -- 1.2 19.0 10.3 29.3 9.8 3' 9.8 19.0
1973 : 17.8 3' 1.8 19.5 9.4 28.9 12.0 3,' 12. 60. -
1974 : 15.4 -- 1.5 16.0 8.8 25.7 9.9 3, 9.9 '5.4
1975 : 15.0 0.8 15.8 9.9 25.7 9. 3' 9." "5 1
1976 : 14.5 0.1 1.4 16.0 9.6 25.6 9.4 3, 9.4 ,S.2
1977 2/ 14.6 3,' .b 16.2 10.9 27.1
1978

TOTAL CIGAR WRAPPER, TIPES nl-62
(July-June Market ing ieari


1972 : 1 .i -- 2.' 19.8 9." 29.5 11.8 3.2 8.6 38' I
1973 14.7 -- 3.0 1"." 9.8 2".5 12.5 2.4 10.1 452.?
1974 : 12.0 -- 3.0 15.0 11.0 2 .O0 10.4 4.4 b.u 536.1
1975 13.1 -- 2.6 15.7 7.7 23.4 9.9 1 5.2 585.
1976 : 10.9 -- 2.6 13.5 ".2 20. ".0 3.' 3.9 528.2
1977 2/ : 10.8 -- 2.1 13.1 5.5 18.6
1978

CONNECTICUT SHADE, TYPE 61
(July-June Marketing )earl


1972 : 11.4 -- 1.8 13.2 5.1 18.3 ".6 2.S 4.8 185.0
1973 : 9.0 -- 1.7 10.7 6.0 16.7 8.2 1.Q 6.3 515.0
1974 : 6.9 -- 1.6 8.5 7.8 16.3 h6.8 .9 2.9 600.0
1975 : 8.2 -- 1.3 9.5 6.0 15.5 8.0 3.8 4.2 640.0
1976 : 6.4 -- 1.1 7.5 6.6 14.1 5.2 3.3 1.9 540.0
1977 2/ : .2 -- 1." 8.9 5.3 14.2
1978

GEORGIA AND FLORIDA SHADE, TYPE 62
(July-June Marketing Year)


1972 : 5.7 -- 0.9 6.7 4.6 11.3 4.3 0.4 3.9 280.0
1973 : 5.7 -- 1.3 '.0 3.7 10. 4.2 1.5 3.' 350.0
1974 : 5.1 -- 1.4 b.5 5.2 9.7 3.6 0.5 3.1 380.0
1975 : 4.9 -- 1.3 6.2 1.7 -.9 1.9 0.9 1.0 100.0
1976 : 4.5 -- 1.5 6.0 0.6 6.b 2.4 0.4 2.0 395.1
1977 2/ : 3.4 -- 0.4 4.2 0.2 4.J
1978


1/ Tabulated by broad groupings of ownership.
firms.


"Other" represents stocks of dealers and may include quantities held by foreign


2/ Subject to revision. Includes latest production estimate by U.S. Crop Reporting
3/ Less than 50,000 pounds

Details may not add to total due to rounding.


Board, SRS, USDA


Mill ien
Pounds

* ". 0
..5.2
30.4
34. 3

35 8


1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977 2/
1978


ti e r a i:
Pr ce
to
fiwir'h" rs


C- si-it s

45.;,
t-O t,
"S. I

-5 2









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Table S Summars of tohbcco Jeaf represented in inventorie; of tobacco sheet, for cigar hinder and wrapper and for cigarettes
including smoking tobacco) separately



REPORTED WEIGHT


( ig r Hindrr and Wrapper


Octo hr ,


U.,
I pe
Number


11-14 Stemmed


3.2


197"


19'1' IQ-v


.Jul 1.
19'"


1,000 lbs. 1.1100 lh,. l.ri10 ths. 1,000 lbs.

3 1 3 1


St emmed


41 Un'temmed



-Stemmed
S Tot I


Ji Unstemmed
Stemmed
Total

I UnstemTmed
Ste1 nri.ed
Total

52 IJnUstemmed
Stemmed
lot il

54 Stemmed

55 Inristmmed.
iSt mmed
Total


b] UnsterrLmed 10
Stemmed 12
Total a2


62 SteTmec

Al-89 Unltennmed


"60


29'1 -''


180 216
315 55b


962 917? 82' 14, 495 '2

0 1I 12 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 2
SP 6 2 4
8 6 6 2 6

19 ':.C 1."2 21 -2
i0 0 i 0 1. 43 3
19 8 58 i2' 21 65

3. 111 5" 3 55 '8
0 0 0 0 8 46
5' I I I" 53 63 124

. 80 62 _JO 2" "

0 0 I 0 0 0
t'-JS :9 109 38 6b
tb9 0 109g ;i 68


12


21
311


15

_____ \J


16

29


Stemmed 11,3 I1 151 163 153 1-8
Total I30 2" 22" i95 18 204


TOTI1. Un te mred
Stemmed
___________ Tct 31


508

1 .319


506
853
I 361


5 10

I ,bi"


3b0
1.018
1 ,3'R


Cigarettte i inc luding :mok!ng tobs~co


11-14 Unstemmed
Stermed
Total

31 Unstemmed
Stemmed
Total

32 St emiued

41 Unstemmed
Stemmed
Tot 2l

61 Unstemmed
StemmeJ
Total

91 Ulnstemmed
St enmed___
Total

TOTAL Unsteamed
St emmed
Total


154


563


1 ,04-
1) : 1 1


556
I ? oar


551
14.1 ]85


590
14.271


12,208 11~~1 13,25j 1I.49 14.739 14,861

J32) 48 5S4 S4 352 dlh
8,26' 9.019 6 609 ".828 8,733 9.935
8,58 9,51i .i 8,212 9,085 10,351

532 1 9- 53 S546 528

o 0 0 0 i3 0
O 0 0 0 451 0
O 0 t' 0 464 0

i 0 0 C0 0 0
0 0 ,, 0 0 0
0 0 O 0 0 0

2.259 2.421 3.196 2,58' 2.569 2,b64
1.207 1,2'3 1,03) 724 956 977
406 3,{.9b 4,2'5 ,1jll 3,525 3,641

3.0315 3,.82 4."93 3,52' 3,488 3,6'0
21,5b0 24,23 .19,9;6 21,845 24.8"'3 25.'11
24,593 2".s,03 24J.49 2,372 28.,361 29.381


GRAN) T TOTAL


3.976
'1, 5n 7


TOTAl iinitemmed 3,341
Stemmed 22,601
Total 25,942


5, Ol


4,017
22 .92


3,'84
25.453


4,030
26,729


25 10Q 0 8110 22.0'97


April I.
1977


1,1100 bs

I


Jan 1.
: 19'1


,liO0 1J


29.23


30U1359


4 2 ?'


h 10 0


---------


-~- --~--


21.009









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Table 6. Stocks of leaf tobacco, by types, showing separately quantities owned by dealers and manufacturers, October 1, 19'-.
compared with October 1, 1976. It 2/




REPORTED WEIGHT


Reported as owned by Manufacturer


October I. 1977


Un temmed Stemed : Total


: 1,000 P. I, l lb. L00 b.


61,593

3,163
28,909
3,718


.s 3,'



Oct. 1,
1976

000 lb.


1,051,955s 1, 13,518 1,136,320


3,3510
28,959
3,772


3,211
28,502
2,609


Reported as owned by Oealers (including loan stocks) 3


October 1, 1977


Unstemmed : Stemmed


Oct. I,
1976


Total


1,000 lb. 1,000 lb. 1,010 lb.


130,005 536,981


2,040
4,552
2,259


666,986


2,055
4,5-1
2,281


1,000 lb.

609,86'


2,815
8,225
1,518


* 35,790 251 36,041 34.322 8,851 59 8,910 12,558

] lI,668 701,499 -12,167 '9',580 12,865 6,-4-d" 7,612 59,021
0 28,672 28,672 27,141 3,807 3,387 1,194 8,556
10,668 730,171 '40,839 724,521 16,6"2 68,134 84,306 b",57"

4,928 4,479 9,407 10,802 1,436 154 1,590 1,085
S ",62' 830 8,45' 9,365 1,348 264 1,612 1,215
: 708 615 1,323 1,545 0 0 0 U
13,263 5,924 19,187 21,712 2,784 418 3,202 2,298

20,508 9,093 29,601 28,745 10,296 1,5"1 11,8b' 9,900
: 4,832 22 4,854 4,430 782 25 80' U35
S 591 1,029 1,620 1,804 3,b80 145 3,825 4,54'
: 25,931 10,144 56,075 34,979 14,758 1,741 16,499 15,082

: 1,253 208 1,461 1,042 1,528 63 1,591 1,893
607 10 617 654 123 7 150 155
17,483 2,000 19,483 20,416 2,213 179 2,392 "30
8,1]lu 3,56' 11,728 11,085 1,454 69 1,523 1,3"0
: 27,504 5,785 33,289 33,197 5,318 318 5,636 4,148

: 6,122 97 6,919 6,212 1,615 4 1,619 1,730
: 2,686 187 2,873 3,482 512 365 8- 1,158
: 8,808 984 9,792 9,694 2,12" 369 2,496 2,888


269
3,194
3.463


21
22
23
21-23

1
32
31-32

35
36
37
35-37

41
42-44
46 41
41-46

51
52
54
55
51-55

61
62
61-62

72
73 5/
72-73

81
82
83
84
Z5'
86
87
88
89
81-89

91
92
93
91-93


8
2,982
8,405
1,500
1,997
3,356
1,709
695
3.698


269
3,199
3.468


8
3,846
14,466
3,039
6,174
8,887
4,3"75
2,355
9.473


260
4,065
4.325


1'
4,561
16,908
3,417
6,752
9,980
2,449
2,204
9.408


0
5,252
3,159
1,'?71
7.14
441
1, 287
151
5 490


43
3"
4,213
92
101
161
19
9
815


43
5,289
7,3 "2
1,863
845
602
1,306
160
6.305


5)
3,588
10,876
1,415
467
-99
1,28-
64
6. 500


28,273 24,350 52,623 55,696 18,295 5,490 23.'85 25,049

308,339 4,673 313,012 342,4-7 564 I 565 709
5,433 69,687 '5,120 61,884 3,106 4,499 ",605 9,46o
11,559 74,915 86,474 86,302 3,293 5,975 9,268 8,337
S 325,331 149,275 474,606 490,663 6,963 10,4J5 17,138 18,512


11-93 : 537,166


1,982,502 2,519,468 2,545,429


205,775 624,072


Total includes stocks of leaf reported in tobacco sheet. See
These statistics represent the quantity of leaf tobacco owned


separate reporting in Table .
by dealers and manufacturers and others subject to the


provision of PL 661 enacted January 14, 1929 and the amendments thereto.
The quantit es shown as owned by manufacturers represent domestic manufacturers only. All government
dealers' holdings.
Includes stocks on the island of Puerto Rico.
For explanation of stocks included in this classification, see Footnote 2 on Page 4.


loan stocks are


U.S.
Type
Number


11-14


0
864
6,061
1,539
4, 177
5,531
2,666
1,660
5. 775


829,84"


'58,044


, I


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