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Tobacco stocks
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United Stat..
Department of S o k
Agicuture Tobacco Sok
Agricultural
of IOQIr
Mrien As ofJanuary 1, 18
TOB-93
March 1981
Washington, D.C.





Contents
Stocks of leaf tobacco held by grower cooperatives ......2 Conversion factors for adjusting for losses in weight ......2 Stocks of leaf tobacco, summary by types .............3
Production, stock, supply, and disappearance of individual types (Farm Sales Weight) ...................... 4
Summary of tobacco leaf represented in inventories of tobacco sheet............................. 6
Stocks of leaf tobacco, by types, showing separately quantities owned by dealers and manufacturers .......7




HUIME LIF3 ARY

A R- 1981

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Table 1--Stocks of leaf tobacco held by grower cooperatives, Jan. 1, 1981, and Oct. 1, 1980, on a reported weight basis





U.S. January 1, 1981 Oct. 1, 1980
Type name type
number
Unstemmed Stemmed Total Unstemmed Stemmed Total

1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.

Flue-cured .. ............ i. 11 14 13,232 443,909 457,141 13,767 399,366 413,133

Virginia fire & sun-cured ....... 21 & 37 2,459 0 2,459 2,689 0 2,689
Tennessee & Kentucky fire-cured. 22 & 23 16,445 0 16,445 18,379 0 18,379

Burley .... .............. 31 52 33,489 33,541 71 42,632 42,703

One sucker ... ............ 35 3,607 0 3,607 3,550 0 3,550
Green River .............. ... 36 1,537 0 1,537 1,496 0 1,496

Ohio filler (Miami Valley) . 42 405 0 405 405 0 405
Puerto Rican .. ........... .. 46 6,281 0 6,281 6,291 0 6,291

Connecticut Valley Binder 51 & 52 1,168 0 1,168 1,178 0 1,178
Wisconsin Binder 54 & 55 1,399 0 1,399 36 0 36

Total all types 11 54 46,585 477,398 523,983 47,862 441,998 489,860

*Revision

Table 2--Factors used in converting reported stocks to farm-sales-weight equivalent as of January 1, 1981 1/ 2/






Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type
11-14 21 22-23 31 32 35 36 37 41 42
factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor
Unstemmed 1.120 1.230 1.040 1.120 I 1.020 1.100 1.130 1.160 1.020 1.030

Stemmed 1.470 1.598 1.471 1.550 1.400 1.554 1.570 1.538 1.718 1.730

Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type
46 51-52 54-55 61 62 72-73 81-89 91 92 93
factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor factor
Unstemmedi 1.160 1.1102 1.016 1.070 1.130 1.120 1.160 1.100 1.120 1.120
Stemmed 1.551 1.627 1.699 1.419 1.408 1.493 1.624 1.466 1.450 1.506

1/ Types 11-37 are reported on the basis of packed weight.

2/ The instructions for reporting unstemmed cigar-leaf of domestic types require that dealers and manufacturers indicate the
weight' basis on which the tobacco is reported, namely, farm-sales-weight, marked weight, or sweated weight. The stocks
are cqnverted to the farm-sales-weight equivalent on the basis of average factors reflecting the percentage reported each
quarter in each of these three categories.

















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Table 3--Stocks of leaf tobacco summary by types 1/ 21


U.S.
Type type Farm sales weight Reported weight
name number
Jan. I Oct. I Jul. I Jan. 1, 1981
1981 1980 -1980 Unstemmed Stemmed Total
1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.

Flue-cured . . . . . 11-14 2,519,505 2,430,260 1,965,38b 47,225 1,677,968 1,725,193


Virginia tire-cured . . . 21 8,632 9,263 12,092 6,940 60 7,000
68,015 193 64,294
lennes3ee & Kentucky fire-cured. 22-23 66,949 75,672 64,101

Total fire-cured . . . 21-23 75,581 77,278 87,764 71,041 253 71,294

Burley 31 1,298,543 1,025,812 1,162,170 100,355 765,255 865,610
Southern Haryland . . . . 32 32,597 38,529 47,568 642 22,816 23,458

Total light air-cured . . 31-32 1,331,140 1,064,341 1,209,738 100,997 788,071 889,068

One sucker . . . . . 35 20,943 19,772 21,828 12,183 4,853 17,036
Green River . . . . . 36 17,275 14,396 15,047 13,024 1,629 14,653
Virginia sun-cured . . . 37 2,351 2,024 2,185 979 790 1,769

Total dark air-cured . . 35-37 40,569 36,192 39,060 26,186 7,272 33,458

Pennsylvania seedleaf . . . 41 44,337 49,095 54,423 26,650 9,985 36,635
Ohio filler (fliami Valley) . 42-44 3,322 3,800 4,286 3,044 108 3,152
Puerto Rican . . . . . 46 7,889 8,078 8,298 6,254 409 6,663

Total cigar filler . . . 41-46 55,548 60,973 67,007 35,948 10,502 46,450

Connecticut Valley Binder . . 51-52 5,903 5,664 6,400 5,070 195 5,266
Wisconsin Binder . . . . 54-55 45,971 48,905 53,222 31,614 8,154 39,768

Total cigar binder . . 51-55 51,876 54,569 59,622 36,684 8,349 45,034

Connecticut shade . . . . 61 6 376 5,721 6,744 5,276 515 5,791
Georgia and Florida shade . . 62 1:078 1,069 1,043 746 167 913

Total cigar wrapper . . . 61-62 7,454 6,790 7,787 6,022 682 6,704

Perique . . . . . . 72 294 272 414 0 197 197
Other miscellaneous domestic 3/ 73 5,495 6,016 5,898 257 3,488 3,745

Total miscellaneous domestic 72-73 5,789 6,288 6,312 257 3,685 3,942

Cuba . . . . . . . 81 47 54 54 0 29 29
Indonesia . . . . . . 82 13,560 12,427 10,684 7,404 3,061 10,465
Philippine Islands . . . 83 15,117 17,653 19,596 4,552 6,057 10,609
Brazil . . . . . . 84 7,901 8,684 8,584 1,316 3,925 5,241
Colombia . . . . . . 85 5,480 6,976 7,694 1,760 2,117 3,877
Dominican Republic . . . 86 13,295 12,942 15,593 7,351 2,936 10,287
Paraguay . . . . . . 87 2,733 4,129 4,677 1,639 512 2,151
1-1exico . . . . . . 88 8,554 9,028 8,906 4,444 2,093 6,537
Other foreign-gr own cigar leaf 89 20,413 21,182 19,572 13,067 3,236 16,303

Total imported cigar . . 81-89 87,100 93,075 95,360 41,533 23,966 65,499

Foreign-grown oriental & aromatic 91 316,051 336,221 366,563 280,318 5,253 285,571
Foreign-grown flue-cured . . 92 151 827 166,494 165,665 11,836 95,566 107,402
Foreign-grown burley . . . 93 207,721 215,823 213,273 34,635 112,171 146,806

Total imported cigarette and
smoking tobacco leaf . 91-93 675,599 718,538 745,501 326,789 212,990 539,779


Total all types ... . . . 1 11-93 4,850,161 4,548,304 4,283,537 692,682 2,733,739 3,426,421

I/ Totals include stocks of leaf reported in tobacco sheet. See table 5.
These statistics represent the quantity of leaf tobacco owned by dealers and manufacturers and others subject to
provisions of P.L. 661, enacted January 14, 1929, and the amendments thereto. 3/ Type 73 is defined as all domestic tobacco not otherwise classified.



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Table 4--Production, stocks, supply, and disappearance, by types, on a fa rm-sale s-weight basis


Flue-cured, types 11-14
(July-June marketing year)




Beginning Production Total Ending Disappearance
stacks or supply stocks
________________sales____ ________ Total Exparts Domestic
1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. .1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.

July 1, 1977 2,074,975 1,124,185 3,199,160 July 1, 1978 2,051,906 1,147,254 539,069 608,185
July 1, 1978 2,051,906 1,205,877 3,257,783 July 1, 1979 2,074,828 1,182,955 598,669 584,286
July 1, 1979 2,074,828 973,763 3,048,591 July 1, 1980 1,965,386 1,083,205 520,000 563,205

Virginia fire-cured, type 21
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 ::6658 7,200 13,858 lOct. 1, 1978 1 8,669 5,189 2,409 2,780
Oct. 1, 1978 j 8669 6,632 15,501 jOct. 1, 1979 j10,897 4,604 3,648 956
Oct. 1, 197 10897 5:448 16,435 j Oct. 1, 1980 9,263 j 7,082 3,788 3,294

Total, types 22-23
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 1 41,235 45,166 86,401 jOct. 1, 1978 51,009 J 35,392 18,024 17,368
Oct. 1, 1 978 51,009 51,428 102,437 Oct. 1, 1979 j65,104 37,333 22,172 15,161
Oct. 1, 1979 65,104 39,557 104,661 JOct. 1, 1980 j68,015 j 36,646 18,675 17,971

Burley, type 31
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 f 1,217,225 612,532 1,829,757 Oct. 1, 1978 1 1,218,439 J 611,318 116,489
Oct. 1, 19 78 1,218,439 617,600 1,836,039 Oct. 1, 1979 1,211,735 624,304 121,471 502,833
Oct. ,17 1,211,1735 445,827 1,657,562 JOct. 1, 1980 1,025,812 j 631,750 133,283 498,467

Maryland, type 32
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 1 48,766 30,130 78,896 Oct. 1, 1978 50,606 28,290 9,408 18,882
Oct. 1, 1978 50,606 30,584 81,190 IOct. 1, 1979 50,050 J 31,140 10,144 20,996
Oct. 1, 1979 50,050 22,000 72,050 !Oct. 1, 1980 38,529 j 33,521 9,987 23,534

One sucker, type 35
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 1 14,201 14,571 28,772 rOct. 1, 1978 16,305 12,467 1,999 10,468
Oct. 1: 1978 16,305 16,200 32,505 Oct. 1, 1979 19,440 13,065 2,329 10,736
Oct. 1, 1979 j 19,440 11,792. 31,232 jOct. 1, 1980 j19,772 J 11,460 1,816 9,644

Green river, type 36
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 11,858 5,785 17,643 f Oct. 1, 1978 14,055 3,588 443 3,145
Oct. 1, 1978 14,055 5,954 20,009 lOct. 1, 1979 14,709 5,300 373 4,927
Oct. 1, 1979 14,709 4,335 19,044 jOct. 1, 1980 I14,396 I 4,648 20 4,628

Virginia sun-cured, type 37
(October-September marketing year)

Oc.1 97177824 2,591 Oct. 1, 1978 1,834 757 127 630
Oc.1 98184880 2,714 Oct. 1, 1979 2,178 536 192 344
Oc.1 99218570 -2,.748 Oct. 1, 1980 I2,024 I724 199 525






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Table 4--Production, stocks, supply and disappearance, by types, on a farm-sales-weight basis--Continued


Pennsylvania seed leaf, type 41
(October-September marketing year)



Beginning Production Total Ending Disappearance
stocks or supply stocks _____________________sales I-Total I Exports IDomestic

1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,00 bs. 1,000 bs. 1,000 lbs. 1.000 lbs.

Oct. 1, 1977 49,741 26,190 75,931 Oct. 1, 1978 54,085 21,846 276 21,570
Oct. 1, 1978 54,085 25,220 79,305 Oct. 1, 1979 55,672 23,633 145 23,488
Oct. 1, 1979 55,672 17,696 73,368 1Oct. 1, 1980 49,095 24,273 266 24,007

Ohio filler, types 42-44
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 ~ 5,974 3,645 9,612 1 oft. 1, 1978 16,996 2,623 --2,623
Oct. 1, 19781 6,996 2,960 9,956 Oct. 1, 1979 6,261 3,695 --3,695
Oct. 1, 19791 6,261 1,950 8,211 jOct. 1, 1980 j3,800 j 4,411 --4,411

Puerto Rican filler, type 46
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 ~ 6,380 3,922 10,302 Oct. 1, 1978 6,432 3,870 --3,870
Oct. 1, 19781 6,432 3,107 9,539 jOct. 1, 1979 6,945 2,594 --- 2,5,94
Oct. 1, 1979 6,945 2,019 8,964 1 Oct. 1, 1980 8,078 j886 --886Connecticut binder, types 51-52
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 1977 j 4,344 2,462 6,806 Oct. 1, 1978 4,920 1 1,885 36 1,850
Oct. 1, 1978 4,920 2,635 7,555 jOct. 1, 1979 5,484 2,071 79 1,992
Oct. 1, 1979 5,484 2,814 8,298 1 Oct. 1, ,1980 5,664 j 2,634 167 2,467

Wisconsin Binder, types 54-55
(October-September marketing year)

Oct. 1, 19771 39,996 24,385 64,381 Oct. 1, 1978 45,098 1 19,283 108 19,175
Oct. 1, 19781 45,098 20,305 65,403 Oct. 1, 1979 45,279 20,124 9 20,115
Oct. 1, 1979j 45,279 25,644 70,923 1Oct. 1, 1980 I48,905 J 22,018 1 22,017

Connecticut shade, type 61
(July-June marketing year)

July 1, 1977j 8,918 5,064 13,982 July 1, 1978 9,275 4,707 4,2131 494
July 1, 19781 9,275 3,773 13,048 July 1: 1979 8,121 4,927 4,884 43
July 1, 1979j 8,121 4,003 12,124 IJuly 1, 1980 6,744 J 5,380 4,915 465

Georgia and Florida shade, type 62
(July-June marketing year)

July 1, 19771 4,230 228 4,458 1July 1, 1978 3,429 1,029 540 489
July 1, 19781 3,429 0 3,429 July 1, 1979 2,119 1,310 410 900
July 1, 19791 2,119 0 2,119 July 1, 1980 1,043 I 1,076 474 602















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Table 5--Summary of tobacco leaf represented in inventories of tobacco sheet, for cigar binder and wrapper and for cigarettes
(including smoking tobacco), shown separately on a reported weight basis



Cigar binder and wrapper



U.S.
type January 1, 1981 October 1, 1980 July 1, 1980
number Unstemmed Stemmed Total Unstemmed Stemmed Total Unstemmed Stemmed Total
1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1.000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.

11-14 1 7 8 1 3 4 1 4 5

31 0 5 5 0 2 2 0 2 2

32 0 11 11 0 22 22 0 33 33

41 4 402 406 11 362 373 5 454 459

51 79 0 79 27 0 27 24 0 24

54-55 52 95 147 0 109 109 0 87 87

61 19 9 28 16 8 24 19 5 24

81 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

82 0 16 16 0 25 25 0 30 30

83 0 26 26 0 45 45 0 61 61

84 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 3 3

85 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 5 5

86 0 13 13 0 27 27 1 19 20

87 7 7 14 10 14 24 7 21 28

88 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1

89 0 9 9 0 8 8 0 6 6

91 5 1 6 2 0 2 3 0 3



Total 167 607 774 67 630 697 60 731 791




Cigarettes (including smoking tobacco)




11-14 317 16,780 17,097 330 18,882 19,212 332 19,304 19,636

31 0 14,184 14,184 0 12,051 12,051 0 12,444 12,444

32 0 62 62 131 66 197 0 73 73

91 1,274 4,150 5,424 1,228 3,918 5,146 1,388 3,931 5,319


Total 1,591 35,176 36,767 1,689 34,917 36,606 1,720 35,752 37,472

Grand
total 1,758 35,783 37,541 1,756 35,547 37,303 1,780 36,483 38,263









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Table 6--Stocks of leaf tobacco, by types, showing separately quantities owned by dealers and manufacturers, January 1, 1981,
compared with January 1,1980, on a reported weight basis 1/ 21



Reported as owned by manufacturers 3/ Reported as owned by dealers (including loan
U.S. January 1, 1981 January 1, 1981
type Jan. 1, Jan. 1,
number Unstemmed Stemmed Total 1980 Unatemmed Stemmed Total 1980

1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.

11-14 8,898 1,116,495 1,125,393 1,063,774 38,327 561,473 599,800 628,275

21 2,862 59 2,921 3,812 4,078 0 4,078 5,360
22-23 37,140 54 37,194 35,133 261962 139 27,101 19,744
21-23 40,002 113 40,115 38,945 31,040 139 31,179 25,104

31 83,995 700,214 784,209 781,473 16,360 65,041 81,401 124,152
32 43 21,789 21,832 22,317 598 1,027 1,625 7,986
31-32 84,038 722,003 806,041 803P790 16,958 66,063 83,026 132,138

35 6,465 4,832 11,297 10,812 5,719 20 5,739 4,978
36 11,083 1,141 12,224 10,572 1,941 488 2,429 2,762
37 779 748 1,527 1,456 200 42 242 262
35-37 18,327 6,721 25,048 22,840 7,860 550 8,410 8,002

41 20,188 8,127 28,315 28,399 6,462 1,858 8,320 13,523
42-44 2,534 108 2,642 4,263 510 0 510 1,029
46 4/ 82 403 485 994 6,172 6 6,178 4,715
41-4 22,804 8,638 31,442 33.656 13,144 1,864 15,008 19,267

51-5i 2,664 165 2,829 2,603 2,405 30 2,435 2,507
54-55 25,429 8,014 33,443 34,237 6,185 140 6,325 7,021
51-55 28,093 8,179 36,272 36,840 8,590 170 8,760 9,528

61 2,903 494 3,397 5,108 2,374 21 2,395 2,337
62 305. 155 460 992 440 12 452 361
61-62 3,208 649 3,857 6,100 2,814 33 2,847 2,698

72 0 166 166 218 0 32 32 63
73 5/ 257 3,485 3,742 3,973 0 2 2 0
72-73 257 3,651 3,908 4,191 0 34 34 63

81 0 29 29 32 0 0 0 2
82 3,797 2,903 6,700 5,056 3,607 159 3,766 4,637
83 3,340 3,931 7,271 9,720 1,212 2,126 3,338 5,389
84 875 3,906 4,781 4,032 441 19 460 419
85 1,405 2,041 3,446 4,548 354 76 430 903
86 6,956 2,855 9,811 9,614 395 81 476 1,804
87 1,305 505 1,811 3,170 334 7 341 263
88 3,075 1,930 5,031 4,215 1,369 162 1,531 745
89 5,616 2,212 7,741 8,715 7,452 1,024 8,476 4,436
81-89 26,369 20,312 46,681 49,102 15,164 3,654 18,818 18,598

91 279,568 5,225 284,793 309,392 750 28 778 496
92 6,261 89,270 95,531 95,089 5,575 6,296 11,871 12,013
93 29,436 99,711 129,147 116,641 5,198 12,460 17,658 8,658
9 -93 315,265 194,206 509,471 0 11,523 18,784 30,307 21,167

1 1_93 547,261 2,080,967 2,628,228 2,580,360 145,420 652,769 798,189 864,840


I/ Total includes stocks of leaf reported in tobacco sheet. See table 5.
These statistics represent the quantity of leaf tobacco owned by dealers and manufacturers and others subject to the
provisions of PL 661 enacted January 14, 1929, and the amendments thereto.
3/ The quantities shown as owned by manufacturers represent domestic manufacturers only. All government loan stocks are
dealers' holdings.
4/ Includes stocks on the Island of Puerto Rico.
For explanation of stocks included in this classification, see footnote 3/ on page 3.





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