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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
CROP REPORTING BOARD


FARM PRODUCTION,


AND VAL


FARM DISPOSITION,


UE OF PRINCIPAL CROPS.







1948-1949


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BY STATES


WASHINGTON,
MAY 1950


D. C.


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INDEX


Alfalfa Seed...*.,****************

41sike Seed....................

Barley........,..9 ..**........
eanp (=<:,).................,......

Broomcorno.. e..ee**eoee* ee.0****.

Buckwheat.,.#* 9****9*0*9* *eee9#e

CJ 0 M 0 59999 *999 4 000 00 099 09 0.9 *99 909000

C owyeas 699999 90999999909999099990
00.. 1...0.9.O .e. e e... 909 9090900e e ..0.
FTlaxseede.eeeoeooeeeeeeeeeeeeee..e



Hops...... 99909 99..0e9e9e 999.9999e

Lespedeza Seed.. 9........, 0*00**0

Maple Products...****O*****0.*0..

Oats....,...,,,e..o...............

Peanuts..eeoeeeooeeeeoeeeeee9ee9oe


29

32

9-10

2L

33

14

5-6

20

15

26-27

18-19

30

36

7-8

21-22


Peas(Dry)....................

Popcorn.*....*..... o....... o

Potatoes......................

Red Cloverseed...............*********

Rice......e.e.......0.........

Rye.. ..9.9...9.0.0..9.........

Sorghums for Grain...9.....9....

Sorgo Sirup...................

Soybeans............*...*******

Sugarcane Sirup...............

Sweet Cloverse~d.9.............

Sweetpotatoes...****..............

Timothy Seed.. 9..99.9999....9

Velvetbeans...................

Wheat....*. ... ......*. *..... .


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", -. UNITED STATES DT'hTPAIIT OF AGRICJLT.JE
*BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECON.ICS
: .. 1ASHIIIGTO', D. C.
May 1950
FIJM PRODUCTION, FAIMt DISPOSITION, Al'D VA-LIUTE 0
FIELD MAND SEED CiOPS, 1948 A11D 19,19

Estimated farm disposition of grains, hay, seeds, potatoes and a fo-: other
oumoedities are presented in this report. It is one of a series dealing with farm
disposition of crops, livestock and livestock products. First of these -,-as the
report for fruits and tree nuts published in January 1950o, Estimates for cottor. and
cottonseed appear with the Cotton Report of Hlay 5; those for tobacco, sur'Ir boots
and sugar cane for sugar appear in the issue of Crop Production dated ">.y 10, 1050.
A report covering farm disposAtien of turk-e's w .s irsuod in Manrch, those for chicLer;
and eggs, milk, and meat animals wore issuCd in .pril.

This report shons estimated salos from 1948 and 1949 crops and portions of
production used or to be used for designated purposes on farms where gro1,m. Total
estimated production is the sane as previously published in the DoccIbur 19,19 Annual
Summary of Crop Production. Quantities shorn as fed to livestock end poultry
represent that part of each crop which v.was fed only on the farms that nrocuced the
erop in a given year. These quantities do not represent total quantities of the
etammodities ultimately used for livestock feeding. Quantities of principal food
crops sold and used in farm households, if any, are estr.iated directly. Therefore,
the quantity estimated for food mnd seed is the residual (production less household
use rnd sales); grain purchased for feed and seed does not enter into these es-
timates. Some of the products shomna as "sold" from farms are used for feed or seed
n other farms in the same or other States. For certain crops total seed require-
ments are shown, and for sano a further breakdon.r is made between purchased and
hune-grooic seeds

Basic data for these estimates cof farm disposition arc collected fram many
sources. Most items of farm use are estimated from an analysis of individual farm
data on individual crops, as reported in responses to special disposition inquiries.
In these inquiries farmers are asked to report their production of each cannodity
and the quantities used on their farms for each purpose* Sales of sca' ccnmoditics
are estimated directly from survey data, in which farmers report production and
sales. For certain camnodities of which there is virtually no farm use, the entire
production is shown as sales. Whenever possible, sales have been checl:cd by en-
merations, suoh as reports of processors, or by records of handlirngs and shipionts
by rail, boats and trucks.

Season average prices are, in most casrs, the estimated mid-month -'rices recei-
ved by farmers, weighted -by estimated quantities sold in each month of the crop
marketing season. The marketing season is shown below the table for ca.ch crop.
Season average prices for popcorn, broomcorn, sugarcane for sirup, maple products,
hops, and most of grass and covercrop seeds are based primarily upon special survey
data. For sugarcane sirup (except Louisiana) and sorghum sirup, season 'ecrago
prices are those reported on December 1 of each yqar. Price cstimtting procedure
makes allouonco for loans unredooeemed at t'-.e end of the crop season and for quantitic
bought by the Government under purchase agreements -',ihen such transactions are of
significant volume. Footnotes designate the years affected for each commodity.

These season average prices for quantities sold are used to evaluate quantities
sold and used on farms. Value of sales is thus the unit price applied to quantity
sold during the marketing year. In like manner the value of production and value
" of home consumption are computed by applying the season average price to the quantity.
Sproduced or used@ Therefore, those value estimates should not be confused writh
I..cash receipts, which relate to the calendar year, irrespective of the year of







Stat-e


N.Y.
IT.J.
Pa,
Ohio
Ind.
*Ill,
Mick.
4 is,
H inn.
I ov:a
Ho.
IT. Dak,
S. DaC.
llobr.
Kans,
Del.
M a.
Va,
VT.Va.
N. C.
S.C.
Ga.
Ky.
Term.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark,
Okla.
Tax,
Month.
Idaho
Wyo.
Cole,
TUT ox,
011.i4ex
















Ariz.
Utah
Nev.
lash.
Orecg.
0r1 S

















Calif.
U.S.Dl


.
TfhIEATr' PRODUCTION, FAM 'DISPOSITION,- ANtD v. ti$' Sit
- - -^ L 3^^^
2 1 Farm Dienstai A,
: : Total' : Used 'on Yamis whore y ove
rFroduotion : used : 7' a :Qound atnIlT ,. 4,
: for : Por seed : Fed to :for haone use Q' t,:T
-s : eed : livestockk :exohnge for 'flourXtPau
Thousand bushels ""'
12,452, 900 765 3,985 9 1..7
1,763 214 160 793 :
18,354 1,872 1,647 6,975 273 V A
57,648 4,754 3,993 10,377 249 ,4|
38,162 3,018 2,264 6,488 60 9'1
41,04,9 2,883 2,249 2,052 .26 32
56,270 2,476 2,179 7,264 91
2,906 204 163 1,889 24 1:T
18,447 2,098 1,678 2,952 41 .
7,393 761 533 887 1 .
39,270 2,975 2,440 7,461 53'".
140,958 13,007 10,666 2,114 87
50,391 4,847 4,071 2,016. 20 4.
82,988 5,155 4,382 2,490 27 ".7
231,360 12,995 10,396 6,941 19 2
986 122 104 168 6 1 .
S6,032 733 : 623 1,086 18 i
9,194 760 646 2,298 690 .
1,658 167 139 779 78
6,045 768 591 1, 511 714
3,332 284 241 433 418 '9
2,984 266 226 388 240 ::0
5,184 588 429 1,037 165 .
5,365 425 361 1,073 465.
232 20 15 42 27 .:
308 22 15 154 5 .
525 52 13 289 2 .
90,962 7,552 4,531 3,958 32 9,
59,104., 5,388 3,772 2,069 -5
93,718 5,738 4,590 2,812 49 864
35,931 2,153 1,421 3,234 21 .34
6,C58 3572 260 599 6
-6,1605 3,348 2,511 2,584 20 .
3,487 395 276 523 4 .
64A 42 32 90 10 :
8,695 647 550 2,782 62 .6
709 39 27 496 1 :
79,268 4,105 2,874 2,220 1 73
29,954 1,508 1,056 1,797 3 .
10,535 962 770 421 2 :;
1,313,534 94,1615 73,689 97,517 4,019 llS3'
---------------------- ----- -- -- -- -- -- -----


The crop marketing season is Juno 1 to May 31 for Kansas, North Carolina, Sowb.h
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessoe, Alabrama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas-,)
flexic, Arizona, aid California; July 1 to June 30 for all other States. .i
..., .. ..:, )
The values shown arc for the T.rkoting season or crop yoar and should not be..
fused with calendar year income. -1
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"-:': .'.'..*^l
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Y."f. flATu PRODUCTION, FAWK DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 CROP
S3 sos i on __
---- -----"T-- ----- ----------- ---r--issi----- _--- ---- ----
S. Total i Usel oi farms whore rwn__ rov
State : Production i used 1 :Ground at mill a Sold
S' : for I For seeood : Fed to :for hano use or :
S: seed : livestockk moxohanjod for flour:.
*^- ---- ---9- -~ --- -----~-~ ~ -~ ~^ -'"'


N.Y. 11,760
N.J. 1,992
P. 21,114
Ohio 60,002
Ind. 39,532
Ill. 49,379
Uioh. 35,019
' Wis, 2,520
7 Min 20,058
I Iowa 7,856
A Mo. 35,028
L.Dak.e 111,439
S.Dak. 34,276
Nobr, 54,408
Kans. 164,208
Del. 1,202
Hd. 6,878
Va. 8,752
JLVa. 1,502
N.C. 5,785
S.C. 1,930
SGon 2,280
Ky. 5,268
Toen. 4,350
Ala. 180
Miss. 264
Ark. 390
Okla. 88,725
Tex, 102,848
Monte 64,080
Idaho 38,106
Wyo! 7,799
SColo. 49,551
NMox. 4,940
Arit. 700
Utah 9,440
JNcv. 738
Wash. 57,511
O*C.g 23,203
Calif. 11 .470
U.S.1 1,146,463

Y/ Proliminatry.


854
218
1,798
4,184
2,565
2,249
2,253
198
1,822
496
2,380
11,446
4,106
4,468
11,046
110
667
669
148
652
224
213
529
382
17
18
46
6,117
4,364
5,164
1,935
347
2,775
372
42
601
38
3,635
1,275
-811,33
81,433


Thousand bushels
726 3,528
153 996
1,600 6,968
3,766 10,200.
2,052 4,744
1,799 1,975
1,983 7,004
158 1,638.
1,458 2,006
397 1,571.
2,023 6,305
9,386 1,672,
3,449 1,714.
3,798 2,176
8,395 5,747
94 168
534 1,032
535 2,358 .
123 751
567 1,331
190 309
181 365
370 1,001
325 914
13 29
13 106
37 176
3,976 3,105
3,491 3,085
-4,131 2,563
1,354 2,667
243 1,014
2,081 1,982
260 296
32 84
511 3,021
27 443
2,544 2,013
892 1,392
808 574
64,475 89,023


9

262
249
60
28
89
21
40
.2
55
87
20
27
28
.6
17
C90
74
696
360
220
144
405
23


28
-28
49
21
7
20

10
62
1.
1
1
2
3, 82.1-


7,497
843
12,284
45,787
32,676
45,577
25,943
703
16,554
5,B86
581386
26,645
100,294
29,093
48,407
150,038
934
5,295
5,149
554
3,191
1,071
1,514
3,753-
2,706'
115
141
175
81,616
96,272
* 57,337
34,064
6,535
45,468
%4 380
574
5,8116
267
52,953
S20,918
10,086
989,141


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Kansas, North Carolina, South
S Carolina, Georgia, Toennessee, Alabama, Eississippi, Arkansasb Oklahhma, Texas,
S New Mexico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to Juno 30 for all other Staxtos, The
IV L values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused
with calendar year income.

...... .. .. .......




WIIEATi PRODUCTIOTT, FAX,- flIS$FOUION, OWD v,*2
19-8 and 1949 / CROSM. 70 ..: .'..
*-. ; ,' .4
S : Season average Value
: price pnor bu, : Vau alu T of what T' Value.
SState: receoivod by : of : for farm : of
: f ariners 2 production : household use :- sales
: 1948 99 199' 198 1949 a _148 a 1949 a _1948 a"
Dollars Thousand dollars


IN.Y. 2.06
N.J. 2.21
Pa. 2,10
Ohio 2,09
Ind, 2,07
Ill. 2.09
Mioh,. 2.07
Wis. 2,03
I inn, 2.05
Ioeua 2,03
Mo, 2.03
N. Dakc. 2.01
S.Dak. 1,97
Nebr., 1.98
Kans. 1.97
Dol, 2.15
ITd, 2.13
Va. 2.17
W.Va. 2.16
N.C. 2.29
S.C. 2.18
Ga, 2.20
Ky. 2.12
Temnn. 2.21
Ala. 2,25
Miss. 2,18
Ark. 2.141
Okl1. 1.98
Tax, 1,99
i. ont. 1.37
.Idaho 1.82
Vfyo. 1.85
Cole, 1,91
NJ.Mox. 1.98
Ariz. 2.17
Utah 1.37
Nov. 1.96
Wash. 1,95
Orcg. 2.01
Calif. 2,17
U..- -199-
47 Preliminary.
24 Includes an al
valued at the aver


1.80
1.88
1.78
1.78
1.77
1,80
1.80
1.91
2.00
1.85
1080
2,00
1 94
1.90
1.85
1.87
1.83
1,90
1.88
2.01
2903
1.9.:.
1,85
1.92
1090
1.77
1,83
1.83
1.80
1,86
lo78
1,80
1.841
1.82
1090
1.75
1.85
1.92
1,98
2,00
1.86


25.651 21,168
3896 3,7145
38,54-13 37,583
120,1484-1 106,804
78,995 69,972
85,792 88,882
75,079 65,031
5,899 .1,813
37,816 40,116
151008 .11,53.:
79,718 63,050
283,326 222,878
99,270 66,495
164.,316 103,375
455,795 303,785
2,120 2,2,148
12,8418 12,587
19,951 16,591
3,581 2,82.1
13,8413 11,628
7,264 3,918
6,565 4,'23
10,990 9,716
11,857 8,352
522 3.142
671 46 67
1,12.1 714
195,945 162,367
117,617 185,126
175,253 119,189
65,3941 67,829
12,317 14, 038
123,396 91,174
6,904 8,991
1,397 1,330
16,260 16,520
1,390 1,365
154,573 110 421
60,200 45,942
228691 22,940
2h61p39 _131,306


19

573
520
124
54
188
49
84
2
108
175
39
53
37
13
38
1,497
168
1,635
911
528
350
1,028
61
11
4
63

92
38
11
38
8
22
116
2
2
6
4
- 8,67 1


16 15;848
-- 1;790
466 19,864
443 891931
10od 60,754
50 76,7,149
160 55,364
40 1,685
80 28,241
4 124123
99 59,511
174 257,463
39 87 ;239
51 150,.656
52 421,604,
11 1'522
31 9,170
1,131 12,065
139 1,430
1,399 7,394.
731 4,883
427 4, 686
266 7,532
778 7,6'60-
44 5333
7 292
4 409
51 172,073
-- 105,953
91 161,319
37 56,884
13 10;717
37 113'626
7 53314
19 1,111
108 9,013
2 363
2 144, 637
2 54,467
4 20,272
2t!121_ 25-?'


lowance for quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase agreement deliveries. ..,:r
'age loan rate per bushel,' by States. ."':'i


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Kansas, North Carolina, South Carolina, GeOkSI"IV
Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Califqriax
July 1 to Juno 30 for all other States. :
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be. confused wi*h.'iia.
year income. :. : '


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qOn:_ DIM fiCTIQI .fl1!Q.IIIN.. AD
S- -_Frm DistFasitao2i
1 S:Productton :
State for all Feed and tFor farmr.
purposes 2 seed house-- 'Sold
hold ;


I -:- lsh e
Thousand "bushels


Me. 340 338 1
N.H. 407 404 1
SYt. 2,288 2,286 1
lMeas. 1,435 1,428 1
R.I. 259 257 -
Conn. 1,800 1,793 1
.Te 27,120 26,638 6
I N.J. 9,650 8,392 4
SPa. 65,379 54,578 78
Ohio 215,924 166,601 99
Ind. 285,060 209,419 68
Ill, 564,372 296,375 33
Mich., 67,119 58,514 10
Vis., 113,252 106,531 22
Minn. 272,055 172,718 21
lowa 677,056 462,773 19
MO. 201,110 162,002 96
N.Dak. 29,380 26,106 3
S. Dak. 131,472 82,282 10
Nebr. 252,468 145,677 18
Kans. 81,304 54,114 11
Del. 4,309 2.837 7
Md. '19,032 14,094 46
va. 50,525 38.249 1,298
W.Va. 13,068 11,600 273
li.C. 69,006 559073 1,936
s.C. 28,360 23,837 1,240
Gu. 49,182 40,022 2,520
Fla. 6,910 6,187 336
KY. 100,040 78,373 1,080
Temnn. 74,415 59,745 '1,650
Ala. 58,824 47,987 2,800
tiss. 53,544 46,883 2,200
Ark, 34,052 299055 300
Ia. 17,057 15 141 262
Okla. 32,125 25,407 140
* Tex. 44,698 33184 450
Mont. 3,71 3,741 --
SIdaho 1,260 995
SVyo. 1,008 999 -
Colo. 14,304 10,052 2
NB.Mex. 1,890 1,523 24
Ariz. 408 270 94
Utah 621 615 --
Nev. 81 81 -
Wash. 848 820 -
Oreg. 1,050 1,002 -
aii._ a.145 -_i- --_ -
--- a.081,29.1 __j251,161
I/ Includes an allowance for quantities of
valued at the average loan rate per bushel,


1-
1
1
1
1
I
1


Thousand bushels


-LUJgS, BY SrTi S 1930 P "
I Season -
avoracge : Value of :
Price Value :corn for : Value
per bu.. : of : farm 1 of
irocl by'produo-.zhousehold: sales
a' zmr. tion _ue_ : _kje


Dollars


Thousand dollars


*


munredeemed loans and purchase agreement deliveries
by States.


lbe rop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for lezas; September 1 to August 31 for Florida,
I .. isia and Oklahoma; October 1 to September 30 for all other States. The values shown are for
S.t a teng .season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.

i. :"5


- -_- -


* I

1
2
1
6
2
6
476
1,254
10,723
49,224
75,573
267,964
8,595
6,699
99,316
214,264
39,012
3c271
49,180
106,773
"27,179
1,465
4,892
10,978
i1195
11,997
3,283
6,640
387
20,587
13,020
8, 037
4,461
4,697
1 654
6,578
11,064
40
265
9
4,250
343
44
6

28
48
602
1,'767,.091


1.78 605
1.68 684
1:68 3,844
1.68 2,411
i.68 435
1.68 3,024
1.46 39,595
1.45 13,992
1.42 92,838
1.27 274,223
1.25 356,325
1.27 716,752
1.30 87,255
1.25 141,565
1.21 329,187
1.31 886,993
1.28 257,421
1.24 36,431
1.24 163,025
1,29 325,684
1.29 104,882
1.35 5,817
1.31 24,932
1.39 70,230
1.53 19,994
1.35 93,158
1.41 39,988
1.42 69,838
1.70 11,747
1.32 132,053
1.31 97,484
1.37 80,589
1.34 71,749
1.35 45,970
1.58 26,950
1.33 42,726
1.53 68,388
1.51 5,709
1.58 1,991
1.38 1,391
1.33 19,024
1.61 3,043
2.12 865
1.77 1,099
1.78 144
1.65 1,399
1.63 1,712
1- 1.24l__ 3 72_
- 1.29..,7Q,.8-3_


2
2
2

2
2
9
6
111
126
85
42
13
28
25
25
123
4
12
23
14
9
60
1,804
418
2,614
1,748
3,578
571
1,426
2,162
3,836
* 2,948
405
414
186
688


3
39
199





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2
3
2
10
3
10
695
1,818
15,227
62,514
94,466
340,314
11,174
8,374
120,172
280,686
49,935
4,056
60,983
137,737
35,0 o61
1,978
6,409
15,259
1,828
16,1 96
4,629
9,429
658
27,175
17,056
11,011
5,978
6,341
2,613
8,749
16,928
60
419
12
5,652
552
93
i11
46
78
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-OI&P. PRODUCTIONE. ARM DISPSIT101- -A A _.
.~r dAR~~jo -.: -esn -- -^ -' ---i~
ProdUction: : F or S avj price I .Va.e2 : .- ,:.
State : for 11 U teed Ifan r t :"t o bi. V Value .of 6dora evaiJ
purposes : and :hoause- Sold aredld.by S of :Sfor:faSf of df.l
~: 8: seed I hold o : s farmers Iproductions house. s saleSt,'F.
-ue ;- 2/1 .hal- .-. --
Thousand bushels Dollar Thousand dollars ".
Meo. 462 460 1 1 1.65 762 2 .
N.H. 528 525 1 2 1.55 818 2.
Vt, 2,565 2,562 1 2 1.55 3,976 2 -I
Mass. 1,517- 1, 510 I 6 1.55 2,351 2 '-
R.I 266 264 -.2 1.55 412 .. i
Conn. 1,800, 1,793 1 6 1.55 2,790 2
N.Y. 29,610 28,987 7 616 135 39 974 .8
N.J. 8,145 7,080 3 1,062 1.40 11,403 1 .S
Pa. 64,077 54,052 77 9,948 1.35 86,504 104" 13v,344.
Ohio 202,552 157,962 102' 44,488 1.25 253,190 128 55,6&i 7
Ind. 247,052. 179,193 68 67,791 1.20 296,462 82 81,3 4 Y
Ill. 518,112. 270,543 33. 247 536 1.20 621,734 40 297,0.,0:::-.
Mich, 85,920. 71,331 10. 14,579 1.20 103,104l 12 17,495 3.?
Wis3 129,800: 118,512 22. 11,266 1.15 149,270 25., 12,9- -
Minn. 248,512 169,807 22. 78,683 1.10 273,363 2- 86,55 WI'
Iowa 553,847 399,636 18. 154,193 1.25 692,309 22 192.7"!
Mo. 173,963 135,056 93- 38,814 1.20 208,756 112 46 A
I. .Dak. 23,361 20g67- 3 2,688 1.10 25,697 .3 2,95 Ir ,
S.Dak. 82,824 55,840 9 26,975 1.10 91,106. 0 29,672,o
Ncbr. 239,330 134,845 18 104,467 1.15 275,230 21 120,13' '
Kans. 73,196 49 485 11 23 700 1.15 84,175 13 27,255:'
Delo 49380 3.095 7 1 278 1.30 5,694. 9 1,66
fMd. 18354- 133605 46 4,703 1.25 22,942 58 5,8"9
Va. 53,580 41,386 1,254- 10 940. 1.35 72,333 1,693 14,76.
W.Va. 11,748 10,360 253- 1,135 1.40 16,447 354 1 ,58$
N.0. 75,565 59693 1,9?20' 13,952, 1.25 94,456 2,400. 17,44W,
S.C. 31,590 26,056 1,240 4,294 1.25 39,488 1,550. 5,36,*
Ga. 59,400 48,19 2,590 89611- 1.20 71,280 3,108 10;333-.*
Fla. 8,983 7,975 336 672 1.30 11,678 437. 874>.g
Ky. 88,762 72,273 910' 15,579 1.25 110,952 1,138 19,474-"-
Tenn. 68,900 56,532 1,630' 10738' 1.25 86,125 2,038 13,4221'
Ala.. 57,456 46,241 2,610 8,605 1.25 71,820 3,262 10.756,..:i
Miss. 47,725. 41,325 2,200 4,200 1.20 57,270 2,640 5,40 :
Ark. 28,368 25,083 270 3,015 1.25 35,460 338" 3,76-
La. 18,4h6 16,488 262 1,696 1.30 23,98'0 341 2,20
Okla. 29,392. 23,283, 140 5,969 1.15 33,801 161 6,8641:
Tex. 58,208. 41,81.7-' 420 15,971 1.10 64,029 462 17,568.S
Mont. 1,572 1,562 1- 0 1.40 2,201 1
Idalib 1,598 1.358 240 1.50 2,397 360<
Wyo. 1,055 1,0 7 -- 48 1.30 1,41,0 62-
Colo. 17,314 12,387 2 4,925 1.20 20,777 2 5-91a: i5
N. iH ex. 2,160 1,790 24 346 1.50 3.240 36
Ariz. 42Q 26.9 100 51 1.85 777 1S5 9..
Utah 900 891 -. 9 1.65 1,485 -
Nev. 90 90 ..-- 1.70 153 -
Wash. 884 860 .24 1.45 1,282 35$
Oreg. 1,095 1,036 59 1.55 1,617 .
.,alif._ .. 2176 I 1.666 -- _7109 1.55- 2,068 --- -----
.1i ._ 1. _C A 2o.8._1.-ZO __4
2*_.- 1.,17.27229. 2,41,i,7_ 16.715- 294.O6L I.2o0 2 i, 080.23 a0 1J 4M3
/ Preliminary. 2 Includes an allowance for quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase "ii
agreement deliveries valued at the average loan rate per bushel, by States* ",.:
The crop marketing season is August 1 to July'31 for Texas; September 1 to August 31' for flor.da, |
Louisiana and Oklahoma; Outober 1 to September 30 for all other States. Th. values s ,SB. V ar..ft,:,:
the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendaryear 'Incofi... ;,:i
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OATSI _p, 3ouI, .-.,-POSITIoiL,.:VLUJ '? STA -S,_9Is. 19-1 ....0
a ;_Farm Dispo~si4on _-gSeason aver;e" V-lu- -
State rPo'uction Fred and rrice ner buh. Value of Value of
reed. ,Sold : rLceivd b :proclctioll s.tes
-- i .._.. _2_ fiarmers/J/_ r _t1fa
Thous,' nl bushel s rDolltrs ir.srnJ doll nrs
e. 3,924 2,515 409 .82 98 535
r,. 2,10 235 5 .99 2,8 5
Vt. 1,480 1,421V 59 099 1,465 38
Mass. 72 269" 3 1000 272 3
R.I. 33 33 0 1.00 33 -
Cornn. 185 184 1 1.00 165 1
1. Y. 28,520 26,054 2, 266 .81 22,939 1,'.5
N.J. 1,435 1,37 5 60 .87 1,2418 52
Pa. 29,146 25,357 3 789 .84 24,-83 S0 183
Ohio 54,090 -12,190 11 900 .77 41,6419 9,163
Ind. 56,459 42,909 13 550 .71 40,08o 9,620
III. 181,091 106,844 74 247 .71 1,575 52, 715
liich. 56,672 48,171 8 501 .73 41,371 6,206
;is. 126,148 109,118 17 030 .74 93,350 10 602
Minn. 206,338 158,880 47 458 .65 134,,120 30,848
Iowa 273,870 208,1401 65 729 .69 188,970 45,353
Mo. 48,59? 39, 845 8 747 .78 37,902 6, 823
N.Dak. 60,256 41,577 18 679 .59 35,551 11,021
S.Dakl:. 104,252 68,806 35 4-16 .62 64,636 21,977
Nebr. 72,7- 1- 57 ,468 15 ,276 .68 49,466 10, 588
Kans. 26,312 21,050 5 262 .80 21,050 4,210
Del. 175 166 9 .94 161 8
Md. 1,340 1,253 87 .92 1,233 CO
Va. 4,891 4,206 685 ..94 4,598 644
:. Va. 1,740 1,.679 61 1.04 1,810 63
N.C. 7,965 5,655 2,310 1.05 8,363 2,426
S.C. 121 144 9,351 2,793 1.09 13,237 3,044
Ga. 13,728 7,550 6,178 1.05 14,414 6,487
Fla. 399 367 32 1.69 674 54
Ly. 2,754 2,313 441 .99 2,726 437
Tenn. 6,048 4,838 1,210 1.00 6,048 1,210
Ala. 5,750 4,658 1,0122 1.17 6,728 1,278
Hiss. 10,989 8,901 2,088 1.04 11,429 2,172
Ark. 9,198 6,807 2,391 1.02 9,382 2,439
La. ;,584 2,724 860 1.06 3,799 912
Okla. 16,608 13,452 3,156 .90 14,947 2,840
Tex. 14,240 9,256 4,984 .99 14,098 4,934
Mont. 11,826 9,106 2,720 .64 7,569 1,741
Idaho 6,300 3,780 2,520 .80 5,040 2,016
Wyo. 3,960 2,970 990 .78 3,089 772
Colo. 6,208 4,552 1,676 .76 4,718 1,274
N.Mex. 798 359 439 .88 702 386
Ariz. 330 125 205 1.09 360 223
Utah 1,764 1,446 318 .93 1,641 296
Nev. 369 269 100 .92 359 92
Wash. 6,290 3,585 2,705 .85 5,346 2,299
Oreg. 7,497 4, 273 3, 22.4 .97 7,272 3V127
Calif. 5.5_ 1,054 _4496 o 1.01 5,606 5
IL6- .l^--4 IQ*n "6.1-= - -,585,3- 9 2?2- 193
U.S. _9 4 _1,112,117 376 ,187 L.724 _,Q85,._i2 __ _272.0I_3
V/ IncluC.es an allowance for quantities of.unr,.r'r--rcd loan and p-urcha]c agr:-eienet
deliveries valued at the average loan. rat? r bushel, Tb States.
The crop marketing e-aso 4.s June 1 to iLaQ- 31 for ::ansas, ITorth Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alubana, hississippi, A:kansas, Louisiana,
Oklahoma, Texas, New i-lexico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all
other States.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and shou"& not be con-
fused with calendar year income. 7 -




OATS: P UTIOJTis 2.1. DISPOSITION, AD _VALUE, BY STATES, 194.9 CROP l/
Farm Disp.osition Season average Value
State :Production : Feed and : "priceper u Value of Value of
seed. Sold received by reduction sales
^--" _.L_ _farmers_2 rdu--- -_ -es_.
Thousand bu shel s Dollars Thousand. dollars
e 3,990 .3,312 678 .74 2,953 502
lN.H. 185 181 4 .99 183 4
Vt. 1,178 1,143 35 .99 1,166 35
Mass. 248 246 2 .99 246 2
R.I. 30 30 0 .99 30 -
Conn. 222 221 1 .99 220 1
N.Y. 22,591 21,123 1,468 .76 17,169 1,116
N.J. 1,496 1,430 66 .77 1,152 51
Pa. 24,630 22,167 2,463 .75 18,1.472 1,847
Ohio 48,024 35,53: 12 486 .67 32,176 8,366 V
Ind. 55,825 42,<27 13,398 .61 34,053 8,173
ll. 168,990 99,704 69,286 .62 104,774 42,957
Mich. 5,6,700 48,195 8,505 .65 36,855 5,528 W"
'is. 119,884 106697 13,187 .66 79,123 8,703
Minn, 178,272 1I4,400 33 872 158 103,398 19,646
Iowa 2!8,222 183,431 54 791 .62 147,698 33,970
No. 43,248 35,031 8 217 .64 27,679 5,259
N.Dako 3.6,550 26,316 10 234 .52 19,006 5,322
S.Dak, 67,988 47,592 20 396 .56 38,073 11,422
Nebr. 49,720 40,273 9 447 .63 31,324 5,952
Kans. 18,942 15,154 3 788 .69 13,070 2,614
Del. 180 170 10 .76 137 8
d.a 1,584 1,473 111 .77 1,220 85
Va. 4,650 4,092 558 .72 3 348 402
W.Va. 1,606 1,558 .48 .85 1,365 41
N.C. 11,100 7,881 3,219 .80 8,880 x2,575
S.C. 1.6,484 11,868 4,616 .85 1,011 .3,924
Ga. 1.4,775 9,161 5,614 .84 12,411 4,716
Fla. 288 265 23 1I39 ,00 32
Ky. 3,328 2,995 333 .84 2,796 280
Tenn. 6,350 4 826 1,5.24 .79 5,016 1,204
Ala. 4,230 3,299 931 .97 4,103 903
hiss. 6,893 5,514 1,379 .87 5,997 1,200
Ark. 6,642 7',7P2 1,360 .75 '4, 982 1,395
La. ,929 2,285 644 .90 2,636 580
Okla. 17,460 13,619 3,0841 .72 12,571 2,766
Tex. 34,020 1C,711 15,309 .66 22, -153 10,104
Hont. 8,091 6,068 2,023 .63 5,097 1,274 ,
Idaho 7,470 4,706 2,7.64 .72 5,378 1,990 /.
Wyo. 3,982 2,867 1,115 .67 2,668 7,47
Colo. 7,470 4,781 2,689 .68 5,00 1,829 J
N. Mex. 943 330 613 .85 802 521
Ariz. 330 129 201 .90 297 181 .
Utah 2,115 1,650 465 .81 1,713 377
Nev. 360 270 90 .89 320 80
Wash. 6,815 3,885 2,930 .80 5,452 2,344 .
Oreg. 11,088 5,322 5,766 .80 8,870 4,613
Calif,_ 4,806 961 _3 45_ .34 4 ,
S_._S._ i 998,079 _324.,.8:5_ .6_3 _85p048680_ 08,871
i/ Preliminary, 2/ Includes an allowance Lor quantities of unredeemed. loans and pui6
chase agreement deliveries valued rtt the aver:..g loan rate" p'-r bushel, by States.
The crop marketingg season is June. 1 to May 31 for 1-ansas, North Carolina, So-.th
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Teninecsee, Alabwina, Mlississi-ppi, Arkansas, Lo-t-isiana,
Oklahoma, Texas, New 1iexico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all
Other States.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con- -
fused with calendar year income.
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BARLEY& PRODUCTION, FARM DISPUSITION, AND VALUE, 1:Y STATES, 1948 ChOP


i Farm Disposi ti on


t Season nvervret_ Value


1 7 a t price per bue I Value 4 Value
State a Production Food and Sold t received by 4 of a of
S* scoed _6 __farmers- /jroducl.ion: sales---- -
Thousand busholr Dollars Thousiend dollars
Me. 128 125 3 1.36 174 4
Vt. 58 57 1 1.46 85 1
N.Y. 2,752 2,559 193 1,28 3,523 247
N.J. 429 309 120 1.44 618 173
Pa. 3,$53 3,500 433 1.37 5,38 593
Ohio 540 454 86 1.37 740 118
Ind. 486 379 107 1.41 685 151
III. 1,085 543 542 1.37 1,486 743
Mach. 4,480 2,688 1,792 1531 5,U09 2,348
Wis. 7,752 2,481 5,271 1.41- 10,930 7,432
Minn. 34,132 9,557 24,575 1.21 41,300 29,736
Iow.ra 1,056 665 391 1.25 1,320 489
Mo, 1,750 1,522 228 1.40 2,450 319
N.Dak. 5-5,440 18,850 36;590 1o04 57,658 38,054
S.Dak. 34,914 15,013 19,901. 1.05. 36,660 20,896
Nebr. 9,204 6,443 2,761 1.05 9,664 2,899
Kans. 6,878 4,471 2,407 1.15- 7,910 2,768
Del. 354 336 18 1.38 489 25
Md. 2,325 2,023. 302 1.39 3,232 420
Va. 5,036 2,520 516 1.30 3,947 671
W.Va. 330 314 16 1.50 495 24
N.C. 799 C63 136 1.65 1,218 224
S.C. 473 526 147 1.70 804 250
Ga. 100 75 25 1.90 190 48
Ky. 1,348 1,078 270 1350' 2,022 405
Tenn. 1,650 1,287 363 1,50 2,475 544
Ala. 38 30 8 1.62 62 13
Miss. 50 45 5 1.54 77 8
Ark. 102 76 26 1,40 143 36
Okla. 1,705 1,$:96 409 1.35 2, 02 552
Tex. ,l.s'l 1,418 473 1.54 2,534 634
Mont. 24,909 9,964 14,945 .97- 24,162 14,497
Idaho 12,276 6,384 5,892 1600 12,276 5,892
Wyo. 4,730 3,595 1,135- 1.03 4,872 1,169
Colo. 14,675 9,245 5,430 1.02- 14,9F8 5,539
N."ex. 567 591 176 1.23 697 216
Ariz. 6,400 1,280 5,120 1.26- 8,064 6,451
Utah 5,500 4,180 1,.'20 1.15- 6,525 1i518
Nov. 1,056 414 622 1 23 1,274 765
Wash. 4,312 1,509 2,803 1.14- 4,916 3,195
Oru.g. 12,800 3,712 9,088 1.19 15,232 10,815
Calif. 49,471 5,9 37 43,534 113 64,312 56j594
U.S. 315-894 1 27,74. 188,180 1.16 33.6!8 -217. 6.
/-Includes c.n allowancee for o'iantities of unredeemed loans and purchao agreement
deliveries veluod at the avera;-e loan rate per bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is June 1 to i'-r.y 31 for Ile-a Jerscy, Pennsrlv-rLia, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Lissouri, K-nsas, Delaw're, 21arylmnd, Virginia., West Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor-gia, 1'entucky, T..nrr(ss-'e, Alabama, :iississippi,
Arkc-nsas, Oklahoma, Texas, New ie-ico, Arizona, and Culifornia; July 1 to June 30
for all other States.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should nt be
confused with c:.lend- r year income.
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BARLEYs PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 CROP_
.a Fa rm Disposition J Season average Value --
State Production Feed and k price pcr buo I Value of 3 Value of
State Production seed Sold : received by ar.duction sales
farmers 2/ prodcin _"
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Mee 155 151 4 1.37 212 5
Vt. 23 22 1 1l40 32 I
N.Y, 1,800 1,656 144 1.10 18980 158
NI.J. 520 380 140 .96 499 134
Pat 5,400 4,590 810 .90 4,860 729
Ohio 464 367 97 1.03 478 100
Ind. 550 '473 77 1.01 556 78
Ill. 960 528 432 .99 950 428
Mioh, 3,562 2,208 1,354 1.04 3D704 1,408
Wi-s. 6,392 1,918 4,474 1.28 8,182 5,727
Minn. 25,46.4 5,602 19,862 1.22 31,006. 24,232
Iowa 800 504 296 1.09 872 323
Mo. 1,840 1, 601 239 .95 1,748 227
l.eDak. 26,608 9,313 17,295 1.06 28,204 18,333
S.Dvk, 14,958 8,227 6,731 1.04 15, 556 7,000
Nebre 5,833 4,008 1,225 .90 5,250 l,102
Kans. 3,757 2,705 1,052 .92 3,- 156 '968
Del. 336 302 34 .84. 282 29
Id. 2,822 2,201 621 .86 2,427 634
Va. 2,700 2,295 405 .95 2,565 385
W.Va, 420 395 25 1.06 445 26
ICC 900 702 198 1.16 1,0441 230
S.C. 518 388 130 1.35 699 176
Gae 95 76. 19 1.52 144 29
Ky. 1,638 1,392 246 .97 1,589 239
Tennrm. 1,276 1,059 217 1.02 lq'02 221
Ala. 48 38 10 1.21 58 12
Miss. 50 45 5 1.25 62 6
Ark, 72 61 11 1.10 79 12
Okla. 1,610 1,191 419 1.01 1,626 423
Tex. 2,774 1,637 1,137 .91 2,524 1035
Monto 12,052 3,977 8,075 *92 11,088 7,429
Idaho 10,098 5,049 5,0.19 .95 9,593 4,797
Wyo. 5,310 664 1,646 .91 4,832 1,498
Colo. 23,256 10,698 12,558 .87 20,233 10,925
N.Mex, 726 465 261 1.08 784 "282
Ariz. b,, 440 1,088 4,352 1.03 5,603 4,483
Utah 6,063 -4,790 1,273 1.04 6,306 1,324
Nov, 972 389 583 1.10 1,069 641
Wash. 2,871 1,062, 1,809 1.12 3,213 2,026
Oreg. 9,9.33 2,583. 7,350 1.20 11,920 8',820
Calif. 47,038 G,115 40,923 1.11 52,212 4,422A -
c~uf, J~lio. ^i.1- -^'2 _- -n -^*r1 A2*2.
U.S. 238,104 6,51 141,589 1.07 249,507 151,960
^ 3ZIi8*0 -1 'L1 -14*8 I- -_^ -4^37 -15*6
*l^~Prlimnary -
2/ Includes ':.n allowance for, quantities of unredeemed loans rand purchase agreement
deliveries valued at the average loan riate per bushel, by States.

The crop mirkc.ting season is June 1 to i.ay 31 for New Jersuy, Ponrinsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, MXissouri, E'rosas, Delaware, Mhryl'bnd, Virginia, YWest Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgik, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabvma, IJississippi,
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New M[exico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to June 30
for all other States.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be
confused with calendar year income -
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RfE: PRODLCTION, FAI3M DISPOSITION, AW'D VALUE, "-Y STA:S, 198 CROP
-- '. -- Farm Dispos-ition -
: : Total Used on farms !here crown
State :Production: used for : Ground at mill for
: : seed For seed # Fed to home use or exchanged;
,"- .. .. livestock for flour
---Ts -I -# 7e 1 flor
T h o u s a n d b u s h e 1 a


N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
Ohio
InA.
Ill,
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
lewa
Mo.
N. Dak.
S. Dsak.
Nebr.
Kans.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W. Va.
qN.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Ky.
Tennm.
Okla.
Tex.
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
.Me4ex.
Utah.
Wash.
Oreg.
Calif.


T. S


342
228
232
360
928
822
1,280
1,104
3,585
26!
525
4,812
4,704
2,250
391
230
27-
480
26
275
76
60
420
330
342
210
405
52
49
280
55
70
234
551
204

26,449


162
158
34
94
182
167
238
190
340
7)
164
342
402
364
72
44
104
186
9
139
47
S30
190
136
102
100
30
12
24
41
5
21
50
148
38


4,435


40
35
20
23
64
50
93
114
245
15
41
267
281
182
27
26
38
5-8
2
39
11
7
33
33
39
'8
16
4
6
23
3
q
18
52
18


1, 80


o106
41
190
162
283
164
550
607
179
40
147
96
376
652
145
28
150
163
20
96
20
11
84
96
86
52
81
21
39
84
11
35
56
176
92


5.144


The crop marketing
Carolina, Georgia,
to June 30 for all


season is June 1 to May 31 for Kins'ts. rorth Carolina, South
Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, .nn" California; July 1
other States.


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop yer and should not be
confused with calendar year income.


11 -
"ih ,. ...


Sold


195
152
20
174
576
608
637
375
3,158
209
336
4,447
4,045
1,415
219
176
83
257
3
13C-
45
42
298
1,6
217
120
308
27
4
173
41
25
16O
322

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Pa.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
1110
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
IT. Dak.
S. Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W.Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Ky.
Tennm.
Okla.
Tex.
Mont.
Idaho
!yo.
SColo.
Y. Mex.
Utah
Wash.
Oreg.
Cqlif.


V* 'PW06 w ---1-4 e's '
ter~~m Di SOslp tl
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; Total ; Usei on.farsn where ro -'-
Production: used for ; Groundat -ll -i for At 4
: seed :For seed: Fed to :home use or exchanged..,.
livestock
: : for flour 02
T h o u s a n d b u s h e l s .*
342 180 45 99 1
228 160 32 23 --


202
270
812
750
930
1,196
2,550
168
490
2,748
2,470
1,606
273
180
266
375
26
200
e6
50
378
210
297
304
162
45
84
350
52
72
120
297
108


37
134
237
175
270
190
316
53
189
363
563
407
108
48
08
168
9
133
42
31
181
122
154
120
32
12
24
63
5
22
76
170
38


18
19
76
44
68
114
202
11
47
218
282
163
27
24
35
49
2
32
11
7
33
27
46
46
12
4
6
23
2
10
17
42
16


170
86
146
150
326
598
128
67
162
27
148
434
128
20
o106
131
20
70
15
10
64
42
83
61
49
14
52
105
10
36
18
89
54


'* 'S

Z,5C


* 114
IG


- - - - I.


U.S.


18,697


4,930


1,810


3,741


.13,1


^V

_/ Preliminary ,

The crop mar!:eting season is June 1 to May 31 for Kansas, Forth Csrolina. South)
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma. Texas, New Mexico, and California; Jul'y. '
to June 30 for all other States.

The values shovm are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be ',"
confused with calendar year income. ':;




*.. . .,.....:., t..
121
,.. '! ~.,A,:
:,. i" ":: b:'? :
:.... .. ". : ..,% .,A




RYE: PRODUCTION, 7.1.}7 DISPOSITION, A:D VALUW-, Y STATES -
1948 and 1949 1/ CROPS


: Season average


:price per bu.
State : received by
S fnrmers ?JL
S1948 : 1949


Vn I n


aue of Value of rye for '- Vale of
: Value of t Value ofrye for I Value of


_ production :farm household use:
:1948 : 1949 :_ 1948 _:_1949 : 1948
Thousand dollars


ealcs_ _
12) _


N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N. Dak.
S. Dak.
lebr.
Kans.
Del.
Md.
Va.
W. Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Ky.
Tenr.
Okla.
Tex,
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
2T.Mex.
Utah
'.ash.
Oreg.
Calif.


1.66
1.61
1.67
1.65
1. 77
1.45
1.49
I. 42
1.53.
1.72
1.30
1.34
1.4"
1.51
1.51
1.58

1. 73
2.56
2.58
l?8
1.98
2.3^.L
i.64

17
1. 38
1.21
1.25
1.64
1.67
1.57
1. 35
1.45


1.37
1. 30
1.26
1.32
1.27
1.28
1.21
1.24
1.20
1.24
1.28
1.12
1.14
Ir 14
1.12
1.12
1.34
1.37
1.39
1642
2.01
2.10
2.30
1.43
1.54
1.12
1.01
.97
1.18
1.00
1.00
1.27
1.54
1.35
1.27
1.36


1.21 38,622 22,741


I/ Prel.imrrinary


2/ Inclules r'r allowance for iu-ntities of imredeeneie loors and purchase
deli-.eries value! at. the average loan rpte Der bushel, by Stater0


' -reement


The crop marketing season is June 1 to M'ay 31 for 1Ctr.sas, 7orth Carolina, South
Carolina. O-eorria. Tennessee, Oklahoma, me-oas, ... '.exico, a:'d 'alifornmh; July 1
to June 30 for all other States.
The value's hownm re for the market g season or crop .yerr waid should not be


confused with calendar yepr income,


- 13 -


568
353
374
601
1,531
1,422
1,856
1,645
5.091
404
903
6,256
6, 303
3,150
590
347
431
797
45
630
195
155
832
673
561
*333
474
72
60
350
90
118
367
744
296


469
296
255
356
1,031
960
1.125
1,483
3,o060
208
627
3,078
2,816
1,79Q
306
241
364
521
37
402
191i
115
541
323
333
Q07
157
53
84
350
S66
i- 111
162
377
147


1

3
1


10
4

1
2
2
1


3
3
1
8




.e






2

1


324
236
32
291
950
1,052
924
559
4,484
320
578
5,7V1
5.420
1,981
331
266
131
427
5
311
115
108
590
400
356
193
360
37
5
216
67
42
251
435
136


27,714


:70
225
15
216
749
712
649
590
2,660
112
358
2,801
2,323
1,129
132
182
169
268
4
189
126
76
402
217
188
199
98
32
26
222
51
38
115
210
52


15 ,5


U.S.




IJU. .L;i^ A I3 VVi IL VXUJA)Li;iJ tLU i)1 J.i'U0LUL L U L,.] VALiUtj__I 5 -x i awwr
s I Farm Disposition aValue
i g __ flin n nD~o iti~i ___nn- ^ ,- -
: Used onfnsrmswhere__reLowvn tSeason a a
uProduc-iTotal: a s Ground L a av t -Value of a


State s tion


S
a


Me
ITY,

Ohio
Ind,
111.
ills
Hi c'.
Wis.
Minn,
I. Dai: .
S .DXtk
Ivid.
Ild a
V[\.
W.Va.
Tenn.
U.S.C


140
1,767
2,532
304
30
68
551
240
t35
48
C4
88
126
114
198
c .o5


a used:
a for 2 For
t seed soed


* Fed ; at mill z
* to afor home s'
alive-: use: or a


-. ?stookcoxchangeda
a a :for flour:
Thousand bushels
14 10 60 -32
70 52 1,074 5
116 87 1,636 26
12 7 192 2
6 2 10 -
2 1 56 --
16 6 133 1
15 10 133 1
24 14 116 1
4 2 17 --
3 50 --
5 4 66 5
7 5 106 5
7 5 90 8
13 10 1417 I
314 P17 -3,846 7


a price a Value buckwheat:
old :per bu.s of %for farm :
R rec'd. produc-:householdt
S .by a tion use a
farmers: 2
Dollars Thousand dollar
38 1.48" 207 7'


636
683
103
18
5'i
211
956
504
29
32
13
10
11
4O
2155_


1.06' 1,873 5
1.16- 2,705 30
1.17" 356 2
1.15- 34 -
1.14 78
1.11 390 1
1.12- 269 1
.83" 3 Gl I
o85 51 *1
8J 41
,92 59 --
1.31 115 7
1.41 178 7
1.43 165 11
1.49' 295 1
.1 08 _79124, 113


LUCYUI'EAT. PRODUCTTO!I;, A'L "i DISPOSITION, AIM \iALUE, EY STATES, 194,19 C1I0P I/


Me,
N*Y.
Pa.


168
1,U60
1,886


Ohio 248
Ind. 102
lls 32
Mich. 276
Wis. 232
Hinn. 522
N.DakL-, i8
S.Dak. 24
Md 76
Va. 105
W'.Va. 95
Tenn. 210
U.S. ,18-i


15
60
103
12
6
2
16
15
2:1
4
3
5
7
7
13
292


10
-45
77
5
4
1
8
10
13
2
2
4
5
5
-10
201


83
7S7
1,3554
162
37
17
151
128
115
20
10
58
86
72
-157
5,197


33 142
4 5,44
22 453
2 79
-- 61
-- 14
1 116
1 93
1. 193
-- 26
-- 12
5 9
5 9
8 10
1 42
83 1,703


1.24.
.90
.93.
.91
,87
.92.
.86.
.93.
.66.
,65.
.59
1.17
1.,47
1.149
1.18
,896


208
1,224
1,75C
22G .
89
29
237
216
213
30
14
89
154
142.
248 _
4,875


52
4 490
20 421
2 72
-- 53
-- 13
1 100
1 86
.1 127
-- 16
7
6 11
7 13
, 12 15
91 1 50
96 1,526


SL/ Preliminary

The crop nmarketing season is September 1 to Aurust 31.

The vcluesshov.m a re for the m.-rketinq season or crop yevr and should not be
confused with calendar year income.





14 -


Value
of
sales


.5
56
674
676
121
21
35
234
108
252
25
29
17
14
16
60
3381




"+ EL



State



Ill.
Nich.
Wi ,
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
NDnk.
S eDekm
Krans.
Okla.
STeo.
Morit.
Wyo.
* Aria.
Washt. l
Orog.
ba lif.

U.s.


t


a 'a a rnn Disposition _
aProduc:-a Total mUsred for seed
a tion a used form on farms
a a seed a whore grown Sold


3* "'m -
ThouSEand bushels
28 1 1 27
77 6 4 7
275 14 8 2G7
19,102 1,353 839 18,263
1,612 94 52 1,560
35 5 2 33
16,390, 1,018 580 15,810
7,788 425 276 7,512
396 26 15 383
9 1 1 8
1,320 270 108 1,212
1,.10' 38 17 1,393
5' 5
1,06.1' 44 4 1,0f0
20 1 20
147 6. 4 1143
4 ,851 148 59 ;,792

54,529 3,-51 1,968 52,561


tSeRson av. --Value


p.-ce noper bu.a
i received by a
& farmers /
* S
Dolli.rs
5375
5.79
545
5.73
5t. 75%3

5 S 8
5.68
5.58
E.6 -
5.47
5, .:4
5t70
5,50
5.'18
e.24
5,.93
5.7.:
L7
j a I7'1
6.18

5.71


Value of


V'.lue
of


duction : salos
Thous G.n6 dollars
1,70 155
11-46 2r5
51 5 '1,509
109,'5. 10L4,647
9,156 8,861
191 180
91,43 88220
35, 92.1 42.,568
2,166 2,095


49
7,52.:
7,755
27
C,65!.
119
8-..1
29,979

311j, ".:


44
6,9 08
7CFi2
27
6,314
119
821
29,615

3500,268


FLAXSEEDx PRODUCTION, FAUR' DISPOSIYIOUi, Ali.D VALSJr, BY


11. -
Mich.
Wis,
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak,

Kansa
Okia,
Tex*
SMont.
SWyos
Ariz.
SWash9
Oreg.
Calif,


13
80'
1 21'
16,280
1,456*
59
13,155
4,956-
221
6'
1,974'
363
10
950'
24
88
3,828


1
6
11
1,055
65
4
906
302
30
2
172
26
1
17


I

7
675
46
0
Lu
5.1,i
196
15
1
86
II

1


12
6
21,1
15,605
1,110
37
12,611
4,760
2' 0 6
206
5
1,888
ejO.
552
10
949
4
86
L,,818


3 .415
3.45
5.55
,60
:z.. 5b
. 5*


3 50
-.20
3,15

3.55

3.85
3.80
3.80
3.91


STATES, 19.19 COP 2/


27 262
785 760
58,.i08 5C,178
5,IrL5,006
1.:5 128
-5,385 43,508
17,16 1G 660
707 659
19 16
36,C10 6,514
1,180 1, 144I
3 4
3,6 58,.4
91 91
J 327
15,082 15,013


U.S. 43,664 2,654 1,601 -2,063 3.57 155,664 150,025
V/-Includes Wrn vlloJwane for quantities of unredeemed loans ,ni purchase agreement
deliveries valued at the avar.p-; loan ra.te per bushel, lby States.
3/ Preliminary

The crop marketing season is January 1 to October -1 for Crlil'ornia; Lsy 1 to
April 30 for Tex'4s and Arizona; June 1 to Liay Z1 for AI.,.sas '%nd Oklahoma; July 1
to June 30 for all other StPtes.

SThe values sho,.m orc for tlhe mRrketing season or cro'e yvu.r rnd should not be
Confused with calendar year incoince
-15-
;h:<":.:i. Z..


AXSESD- PRODUCTION, FU':J DIJPOSITI01, KL\D VALUE, BY S2JATES, 19:8 CI'OP




----- -- ------- ^_7--W_:Z
SORGIUM GRAIN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION. AND VALtM', s5THY_
w U -* -, MM_ --- -- -- ^ _T._A J1- ,^^ J ^ iia '^-
a Farm Dispjoition I, Season av, ae .Vl.
SProduction : Feed: a. price pe 'bus.s Value'H i s.."
State a Production a Sold received by a of-- '
a a seed a _a 2rmers _.syoductionu
-- -- -- -- -- -8e--^ -, -ers ^- ^'^^ L
Thousand bushels -Dollars Thousand doll
Ind. 32 22 10 ,96- 31---
Iowa 20 10 10 1 cOO 20
Mo. 600 516 84 1.20 720
if.Dak. 96 58 38 .98 94


S.Dak, 310
:ebr. 1,679
Kans. 26,576
11C. 462
Ala. 1,269
Ark. 352
La. 18
Okla. 9,680
Texr, 76,434
Colo, 3,096
N.eNcx. 3,738
Ariz. 3,000
Califo 2234_
U.S., 131,596


186
839
S11,693
346
1,104
317
17
6,195
27,516
867
1,308
300
S--677
51,971


124
840
14,883
116
165
35
1
3,485
48,918
2,229
2,430
2,700
-79,625


1.05 326. ,
1.42 2,384 3
1.30 34,a 549 19(
1.18 545
1.24 1.574
1,23 433 "
1.14 21 -
1,27 12,294 4.4J
1.26 96,307
1.22 3,777 2,go
1.26 4,710 3.
1.38 4,140 L .P
- -1.49 609 -
1.28 168, 34 102,~01


SORGHUI GRAIN: PRODUCTION, FAME DISPOSITIOII, AND VALUE, Ef STATES, 1949 CROP .


IndC 32 21
Iowa 22 12
Mo. 506 455
I.Dako 48 38


11 .95 ---- 30,,---


10 .95
51 1.00
10 .90


21
506
43


S.Dak. 120 72 48 1.10 132 ..
Nebr. 1,592 509 1,083 1.20 1,910 1,0.
Kans. 26,404 8,449 17,955 1.15 30,365 20 l
N.C, 525 394 131 1.-20 630
Ala* 946 795 151 1.30 1,230 A
Ark. 301 259 42 1.25 376 '
La* 20 19 1 1.15 23
Okla. 10 362 6,424 3,938 1.10 11,398 ,
Texo 92,676 27,803 64,873 1.10 101,944 7lj1
Colo. 4,212 1,137 3,075 1.10 4,633 3; 0
N.Mex. 8,684 2,953 L,731 1.10 9,552 6-j.*
Ariz. 2,684 403 2,281 1.30 ',489 2
Calif. 3,496 594 02902 145 L5064
- 3- :L- - 29---J^5----S09 .-
U.S. 152,630 50,337 102,293 1.12 171,i51 115,b-i.'

B ased on the reported price of Grain Sorghum. Includes an nllovwance for ..,
quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the ...:.ii,
averae loan rate per bushel, by States. :
Preliminary. *:,
The crop marketing season is July 1 to June 30 for Texus; September 1 to August '3$ "%
for Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California; October 1 to September 30 for all other .,i.
States. ,


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be
confused with calendar year income.


- 16 -


rsJ
4' 'I

L J i





r"-ODuJC.TTOn, FAFI nTS J-'$iTJ ', ] 'D VALE, "*' S'"/.'LIES, : .-. c"ip


; : "arm :Scason average
: Disnc.sit.on :prioe Fer r100
Production --i e- ..0.0..
: : c lh. oar corn :
.. Sold :rec"' by famers Pr

Tho.ousond noumds Do.2l.rs


Pract- call

all

production

sold

off

far.s


4,.:0
3,70
4.75
5.20
5,40
4.40
41.50
3o25
3.75
13,075
Ij/8 O0


4,33


rntine
-- V il l- ,- -
V'~llio "' Vnbio ""
of : of
*oduction a sales
Thousv:.(' dollars


2,375
1,815
2,.23
23S
2,853
1,247
396
193
811
702
237
66


13,372


2,375
1,815
2,439

2,853
1,247
396
193
811
702
23766
66


13, Z72


:'O0CAmi IROEUCTIOI:, ;FATM DISFOST!OI-L, AID VALUE, BY STATES, 191.' CROP 2/


racticr. lly

all

pro2iictj o0o

sold

off

farms


------------------------------------------------------------- .------------


--- -- ---- N-- ---- ---- -- -------- --'- -- ---- --a...............- -


i/ %rwivalent price per 103 potnmd oar corn. Bulk of crop
after shelling aLiui clcanin,-,


is sold l,.,r- growers


2/ ,relinih ry.

The vw.luos shovr arc for the mar.:ting season or crop yonr and should not be
oO1Cfuiscd with calendar ycofr incormo,


- 17 -


State


.'h.o
Ind,
111d.
ills
Ilicha
I o';t
Mo,
Nebr.
Kin s
Ky.
31:-la.
Tcx.
Calif.


ix S.


54,600
41,250
65,925
5,000
54,850
2'7 100
9,000
4,290
2.4,955
18,720
13?25
1,100


S09,125


Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
I o-wU
UIo.
Ncbr.

I~y.
o: :1 ae
Te::,
Calif-:,
Ca lif.


20, -125
25,.120
30 ,300
3,000
31,500
12, 600
4, 2'0
3,150
12,052
8,750
3,000
1io100


3,00
3,30
3,'i10
2 90

3,00
3,10
3.50
2. 95
2,90
2.90
1/6,S50


613
1739
1,040
C.7
1,071
454-
130
110
379
254
87
72


IT. S.


613
839
1,040
87
1,071
454
130
110
379
254
87
-72


15C,597


3.28


5,136


5,136


PY0-C a ::




SOYBEANS FOR BEANS: PDnUCT'IOI, FA1J DISPOSITION, &ID V iJM, BY STATES, 1948 C
- -. 7 ---D T' e o v. VE
S--------- i -YOUsTto ~iSeason' EW.'a_.,r-2' ^Valuie- ~
= Total jUsed on 'arms Where jorown" price per -
State %Production:usred for; "- ed 8'i :bushel re.. i Value of Value of
t a seed. : For seed. i to Sold 3ceived by ;production sales
__: .... lYso 1. m I/-livestock
*housaud ^sse's ~ Doilrsi ~shosund'dollars-
N.Y. 80 8 -2 48 30 2.31 fi5 ----9
N.J. 182 47 17 30 135 ?.30 419 310
Pa. 256 76 30 68 158 2.35 602 371
Ohio 18,614 1,533 1,150 242 17,222 2.30 42,912 39,611
InA. 32,098 2,364 1,678 385 30,035 2.27 72,862 68,179
Ill. 80,496 4,325 3, .87 402 76,807 2.29 14,336 175,088
4ich. 1,138 -115 68 46 1,024 2.21 2.515 23,263
Wis. 195 62 30 37 128 2.26 141 289
Minn. 15,614 954. 677 203 14,734 2,22 3V,663 32,709
Iowa 35,190 1,571, 895 282 34,013 2.26 7T,529 76,869
Mo. 15,900 1,048 597 159 15,- ;4 2.27 36,093 34,377
N.Dak. 91 14 7 2 32 2-.14 195 175
S.Dak. 558 34 19 8 531 2.15 1,200 1,142
Nebr, 529 29 17 5 507 2,23 1,180 1;131
Kans. 2,505 175 122 25 2,358 2.26 5,661 5,329
Del. 512 113 71 5 436 2.11 1,081 920
Md. 512 117 53 82 377 2.15 1,101 811
Va. 1,749 264 164 86 1,499 2.23 3,500 3,343
W.Va. 14 29 3 4 7 2,55 36 18
NC. 3,564 580 325 164 3,075 2.21 7,876 6,796
S.C. 230 80 40 25 165 3.22 741 531
Ga. 112 79 43 6 63 3.58 4J2 232
Ky. 2,299 381. 210 46 204-3 2.26 5,242 4,656
Tenn. 1,340 283 110 20 1,210 2.25 3,015 2,722
Ala. 1,100 162 16 6 1,078 2,53 2,7E3 2,727
Miss. 2,394 383 260 84 2,042 219 5.243 ,.172
Ark,. 5,148 356 160 77 4,911 2.12 10,314 10.411
La. 490 187 3.7 60 393 2.64 1,294 1,038
Okla. 96 10 3 2 91 2.34 225 213


Tex, --
U.S. 223,006


21
15,381 10,099


2,609 210,298


2.27 506,555 477,604


_/ Includes an allowance
valued at the average


for quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase agreement deliveries.
loan rate per bushel, by States.


The crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with
calendar year income.




HfPS; PROIJCTION, FAR. DI.POSITION, AND VALUE, BY .ST'-TES, 1948 CROP

Di-osition Season av- Value
a Production For farm : : price per Value ; Value
State ; Production : having household : Sold : lb. rec'd of of
_: ^ value use : by fre-rs ropducLion sales
-~~~C- --t Tmard s -Tho i'saad oTlir' -
Wash. 22,704 22,'704 Al.: production 22,704 58 13.168 13,166
Oreg. 15,753 15,,753 soid ]35.753 49 7,719 7,719
Calif. 11,362 11,362 off farms 11.362 59 6,704 6,704
3 -"tes 49 819 49,819 -- 49.829 55.4 27,591 27,591

The crop mae:keting season is September 1 to August 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not he confused with
Calendar year income.


18-


...............



































i


15' lT -- -:o Ti 19Zeason av, --. -
S* Production : For farm a price per Vau-e- ; Value
State Production having : household c Sold : lb. rec d of of
SI- value 21: use : 3 y farmers production a sales -
'I s-e ous an.'pouns iht.s. TEousan 11aiars
Mash. 19,370 14,890 All production 14,890 59 8.785 8,785
Oreg. 14,652 11,280 sold 11,280 53 5,978 5,978
Calif. 15,318 11,760 off farms 11,760 58 6,821 6,821
3.States 49,340 37,930 --- 37,930 56,9 21,584 21,594
/ Preliminary -------------------
The crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year end should not be confused with
calendar year income.
2/ For the 1949 crop, the production having value represents the quantities available for sale
under the Hop Control Board regulations. It does not include approximately 6r5 million
pounds produced but not harvested or 4.9 million pounds harvested but not available for
sale under the Hop Control Board regulationsB


19
k ii ,


eou s IR B Wf-PNOMW IONI FAi DISPOSITIM. AM VALUE, BY STATtS, 1949 clO l/
- a- ---- T-mrr Th- -t-iso av0B' -. --- -a -
t *: Total iaUujeoE Tarii Wiere &rowna price per i
State aProductionmused fors -t ed -* bushol re-' Value of Value of
1 1 seed.a For seed I to s Sold iceived by ;production ; sales
: I a livestock afrmcrs 2/ A
--------n----l'- elo n "-7 aDollars --Th^ousand do`lFTRjs-
w.. 90 5 2 54 34 1 -189 71
N.J. 198 52 18 34 146 2.15 426 314
Pa. 272 83 33 82 157 2.05 558 322
Ohic 20,592 1,717 1,202 309 19,081 2.10 43,243 40,070
Ind. 33,166 2,601 1,821 398 30,947 2.10 69,649 64,969
111i. 82,602 4.888 3.422 248 78,932 2.15 177,594 169,704
ioh. 1,452 138 76 73 1,303 2.05 2,977 2.671
tin. 248 75 34 50 164 2.15 533 353
lAnn. 12,408 1,479 887 223 11,298 2.10 26,057 213,726
Iowa 28,778 1,885 1,037 489 27,252 2.15 61.873 58,592
Mo. 17,997 1,197 658 180 17,159 2.10 37,794 76,034
N.Dak. 144 23 9 4 131 2,05 295 269
S.Dak. 377 51 26 6 345 2;10 792 724
Nebr. 484 36 20 7 457 2.15 1,011 983
Kmns. 3,436 210 136 52 3,248 2,05 7,044 612658
Del. 660 1-19 71 79 510 1.75 1,155 892
Md. 544 130 58 65 421 1.85 1,006 779
Va. 2,106 285 171 63 1,872 2100 4,212 3,744
W.Va. 13 29 3 4 6 2.80 36 17
N.C. 3,960 593 326 190 3.444 1.95 7,722 6,716
S.C. 275 90 45 33 197 2.85 784 561
G. 112 89 44 6 62 2.80 314 174
Iy. 2,202 357 196 44 1,962 2.05 4,514 4,022
Tenn. 1,140 294 103 23 1,014 2.10 2,394 2,129
Ala. 1,037 181 18 5 1,014 2.10 2,178 2,129
Miss. 1,674 498 299 84 1,291 2.10 3,515 2,711
Ark. 5,820 595 238 87 5,495 2.00 11,640 10,990
La. 375 201 40 38 297 2.50 938 742
Ok4. 143 10 3 3 137 2.10 300 288
Tex. --- 5 --.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
U.S. 222,305 17,919 10,996 2,933 208,376 2.12 470,773 441,374
1/ Preliminaxy.
SIncludes an allowance for quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase agrecmunt deliveries
valued at the average loan rate per bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.
The values shoun sre for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with
calendar year income.
lPSa PIIUICTION, FAIM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 CROP 1j




CO0,P2PS FOR PEASl _PRODUCTIOU1_F, F01 D OSITI' O ,_0Aj,_5. 1. I By'?.'S t
: : : -F DiAslo -_ ,-----
: : :. _Usnda 6am .fahr grarown Season : Value of. ',i.
:Produc-iTotal; : S av. I :eowpeas, t
State: tion. :used & LFed 1 For : :price I Value :for farm; .'
t for For to S farm 'Sold 'per bu.: of S house-.
:seed. i seed live.: household I reld.;produoe.: hold. 0 1:i.
St s ?stock; use by tion Z use .


ind. 11 3
111. 196 51
Mo. 40 25
I:- ns. 32 24
Sid, -- 4
Va. 28 24
iJ.C, 132 87
S. Co 335 265
Ga. 478 238
Fla., 32 34
Ky. 24 18
Tcnn, 63 44
Ala. 434 116
Miss, 382 117
Ark. 240 76
La. 145 60
0kla,. 143 50
Tex S._ _720_ _n_
U.s- .- --3.,.4215-,137_


ousand bushels
2 24
43 11
12 2
5 3


12
65
159
190
12
Q
26
99
96
65
46
32
-99-
922_


3
10
12
48
5
2
4
74
114
72
46
41
-27._
_219


- farersI.


7
142
24
23


Dollars
2.45
2.40
3.01
3.25


a
Thousand dollar"i'
27 -
470 -
120 6 "
104 3 ...


t0-


1
14
15
33
8
1
6
74
65
24
22
4
- 1o_
- -350_


12
43
149
207
7
12
27
187
107
79
31
66
_j301_
_I 424_


4.38
4.58
5.63
4.70
5.97
3.07
3.50
3.75
3.81
3.66
4.31
3.30
-4, 44
_4 0.2


123 4
605 64
1,886 84
2.247 155
191 48
74 3
220 21
1,628 278
1,455 248
878 88
625 95
472 13
_3417_ 222
_ i4322L__j1.32_


.0


-I'


COWPEAS FOR PFJAS: PRODUCTIONS, FA.PI DISPOSITION, ATD VAL-tZ, BY STATES 1949 CRO.:


Ind. 6 4
Ill. 90 39
Mo. 18 20
Kans. 40 24
Md. -- 4
Va. 30 20
N.C. 104 81
S.C. 340 275
Ga. 420 228
Fla. 40 39
Ky. 15 16
Tonn. 52 40
Ala. 270 104
Miss. 382 117
Ark. 228 78
La. 165 62
Okla. 136 50
2c.- .... _66A6_ _139_
U.S._ _2a9Q_'"1340_


2
33
10
5

10
61
165
182
14
8
24
88
94
66
46
32
118
_9.8_


1
4
1
4


3
8
14
42
6
1
3
46
134
68
50
41
-2_3
- 665


2.40
2.10
2.70
2.50


2
10
17
29
10
1
5
46
65
23
25
4

234


15
25
144
167
10
5
20
90
89
71
44
59

1075_


14
189
49
100


3
2


3.30 99 7
4.00o 416 40
4.70 1,598 80
3.90 1,638 113
5.60 224 56
2.70 40 3
3.40 177 17
3.60 972 166
3.60 1,375 234
3.60 821 83
3.70 610 92
2.80 381 11
3..10_ 2,02 4o _140
-.54 107.026_ l047_ _


l/ Preliminary.


The crop marketing season is July 1
for all other States.

The values shown are for the market
fusod with calendar year income.

A -


to June


30 for Texas: September 1 to August 3i.JA"T7
its


-. .:l': ii
in,-; season or crop year and should not be coor- ,',
20 M.*
; .A a i
20 .
-- ......... .. ,,. s .. ,,* & ,- ,-t,,


.8 U
--- .Sa~ h-c .3..


Th
-_~Th<


Mlj
U:'


sq4K

677:
651-!
65



39.

145>
23 A"

;-75


I


. -f


**w
*m





PiRODUOTION, PARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY STATES, 1948 CO3JP


MANVIS;


% for all
purposes
*
*


-~ -' Att 9 .


- Farm disposition of Pickd
an Threshnd Production
: For use on f'armns
where grown_ _


a and ;utner /; suee% r
tithreshed or
Stseed
* ft _.* .* S


Fed. .For farm :
and : hou:.c-- :
lost': hold u. n '_:


Sold


Ta.
R.C.
N .O.



'S.00
Ga.
Fla.
Ala.

S.A._A
Ark.


Texas
N.Mex.
W. A


240,700
370,125
- -- -- 4,000
Area 614,825
21,000
1,083,600
265,050
434,500
------8.,40'
rca 18,12,550
5,850
3,350
159,000
327,600
------ ,180
rea 504,980
I IZS..2.a355


T h o u s an d P o u n d s,
237,800 2,900 12,070 9,&96 951
346,625 23,500 21,165 16,720 1,039
4000 0 325 244 50
_ ..B,425 _26,400 33.,560n 26.860_ 2,040
18,200 2,800. 1,890 1,040 309
818,300 265,300 69,84S 38,415 4,092
85,250 179,800 13,700 7,124 852
354,710 79,790 23,550 15,308 3,902
6,000 0.400 _900 _765 540
1._82?,460 530,090 .109.885 62.5652 9,695
3,600 2,250 756 567 216
1,005 2,345 400 320 50
153,000 6,000 7,120 1,780 3,825
300,800 26,800 26,910 6,728 9,325
9,180 0 430 301 230
467.585 37.395 35,.616 9_.696 13,646
, 1470 593,885 1.79061 99_208_25,381


566 n226,387
2,520 -26,346
360 _3 346
3 146 JL5 L', .0_9_
1,130 15,701
8,5(;0 7C7,233
1 ,350 75,924
5, COO ;!29,900
2^^.0 rt _2J195
19 .,.14"0j1. .953_
1, 3"'0 1,467
420 21-
1,400 145,995
4,C00 2-0,247
10 8 609
- ._7710 _42:'6..53-3.
_ :0j316_5j 1.565_


State


: Season av. : Value of : Value of
:price'per lb.: production : picked and.
: received by : for all : threshed


a
- a *_


Va.
K.O.

l_. Area
S.C.
Ga.
na.


SAla.
. Mis...._.......
* 1.B. Area
SArk.
La.
Okla.
Texas
S.Me_._
i.!._Area -

j/ Mostly. ho-ged.
2 / The difference
. peanuts Irurchased


farmers : purposes_ : production h
Cents T h o u s a n d
11.0 26,477 26,158
10.8 39,974 37,436
12.4 496 _496
10.9 66,947. 64. 090 2 D-
11.0 2,310 2,002
10.6 114,862 86,740
9.9 26,240 8,440
10.2 44,319 36,180
13.6 142 _816
10.5 188,873 134J78
11.2 655 403
14.0 469 141
10.5 16,695 16,065
10.2 33,415 30,682
-1 .. .- 936 936
10.3 _52,.70 48__ 0227
10.5 307, 990 246.&495

between total seed and seed used on farms
for seed. and in duplicated under ?"Soldh.


: Value of I 1 v
peanuts for 6 ^-.


farm
ousehold use:
0u e l i s- _
o1 a r s
62
272


45
379
126
907
134-i
571
340
2, 0_78
151
59
147
459
4
820
3,277


24,903
35,245


415
.... .60:, .163.
1, 727
81,327
7,516
33,650

124, L 9 _
164

15,329
23,585
,78e
2 3%
90_,0 PC


where grown r:.-restnts


' The crop -arrketing season is November 1 to October 31 for the V.-0. Area; Se-t. 1
Sto Aug. 31 for the S. E. Area, and Aug. 1 to- July 31 for the S. W. Area. The values
A shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with
I .1aendar year income. -
t .


State


S" PRODUCTI0'IOr
S --- Total
z Total i Picked: : i 'or


m




!0 I. ....... .. IE :k M
PRODUCTION, FAMi DISPOSITION, AM VALUE BY'STAS;- V949 Of{
." v- .
SPRODUCTION arm Disnostiva ok. Pioleia
PRO:-IO -and Threshed Production
: : : Total For use on farms S


: Total : Picked :
: for all! and 16
O-Yurposes' threshed"


a


Va,
N.C.
Tenn.
V, -C.
SC.
Ga.
Fla.


Area_


Ala.
Miss. _
S.E._Area _
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Texas
N.Nex._
S.W._Are-a
U.S.


191,700
249,000
4,125
,444,P25
17,550
835,850
212,350
365,025
- 6,750
1 4_137,525
6,300
3,600
106,800
367,770
7200
492,1_70
4, 374,520


187,650
236,000
4,1j25
427,_75
14,300
605,900,
54,250
289,075
4.875
968,400
3,600
1,080
100,800
343,785
S!,700
456, 965
1,853_, 140


Other 2/


Thou
Thou ^ ^ _


4$050
13,000
0
_ 2.O50
3,250
229,950
158,100
75,950
1 ,875
469,125
2,700
2,520
6,000
23,985
0
535,205
5_21,380


. t


Sfor _wheregwn__ ..g.o
Seed : F : Fed : or farm :.S
-.; : and : house- S -
seed
aeea. loat :holduie_
9 -- 9'


s a n d p o u n d s
12,070 10,018 951
20,740 16,j85 708
325_ 244 52
33 .135 26 647_ 1 71
1,610 886 243
59,148 32,531 3,030
13,200 6,600 542
20,300 12,180 2,900
-850 722 439
95. 108 52 919 7 ,154
756 567 216
320 256 54
7,120 1,638 2.520
23,970 5,513 11,345
360_ _252_ 192
32 526 _8.226J14.327
160_769 87_792_2.3,192


566 170j:
2,520 2144
360 -J
_ _3.446_ 395`
1,100 ia
8,000 662,
1,200 45
5,600 268-:
- 185oPo Q -j_
_218j.500-, 8 88^

1,350 i
420
1,400 95,1
4,350 S22Jg
3o -:0
- -930 -L 324
7 J?550_ _426..
_29 .396_1J.2J73L;


State


Va.
lG.0.


Tenn. _
V.-C. Area
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
Ala.
Miss.
S.E. Area
Ark.
La.
Okla.


: Seasons
:price per
: received
: farmer s
Cents
11.1
10.7


11.5
10.9
11.3
10.4
10.0
9.9
14,.6
10.2
12.6
13.4
10.1


LVo :
lb.:
by :


Value of :
production 2
for all


- : urp.ose s
T
21,279
26,643
474
48e396 _
1,983
86,928
21,235
36,137
S- 986
147'.?269 -
794
482
10,787


Value of : Value o
picked and : peanuts


threshed


: production
h ou san
20,829
25,252
474
.46,555
1,616
63,014
5,425
28,618
712
99 385
454
145
10,181


S farm


n _: household
d dollar
63
270
41
3S74
124
832
120
554
365
- 1,995
170
56
141-


Texas 10.0 36,777 34,378
1.Mex._ 10.3 793_ 793 _
S.W. _Area 10.0 49_ .633_ 45 951 ,
U.S._ ___ 10.3 _245298_ 191,891 _
1/ Preliminary. "2 Mostly hogged.
3/ 'The difference between total seed and seed used on farm


435
3
805
-_, 174.


: Value.."..
for of -
;gales 0.
Suse: .,,

19,549
23,153.
-399.

=* I T0.1
11364..
58,483.
4',591:;?
26,571,:
91,!8..-:'j

185-
9,6 19:: i
y"iA

32,254.


177.i.,


s where grown represent


peanuts purchased for seed anl is duplicated under "Sold". '. i
The crop marketing season is Nov. 1 to Oct. 31 for the V.-O. Area: Sept. 1 to
Aug. 31 for the S. E. Area, and Aug. 1 to July 31 for the S. WI. Area. The vouneli:
shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with, '--:
calendar year income. .;
22 ., ,"
4.7
. . .. ...... ..,, ,.,',' AI ..C' '


PEAIjUTS:


State





VMTMB.,TWS:. PRODUlTION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 AI) 1L949 1/ CROPS


State
St at e :


Production


: 1948_ _1 1949
Thlousaud. tons


: Season ave-age :
p rice per.
Stone received.
0 b_farmers 2 r:
: 19--48 : i1 49
Dollar*


Value


Val ue
Valle


- prod action saljs
2948 : .1949 1948:
Thouisand dol I rs


1949


B.C.
Ga.
Fla.
Ala.
Miss.
La.
& U.S.


23
227
45
43
7
5
350


14
221
58
30
8
6
337


36 .00
32.00
32.00
S9 -00
36.00
75.00


45.00
40.00
35.00
39.00
30.00
35.00


822
7,264
1,440
1,677
252
175


602
8,840
2,030
1,170
240
210


33.20 38.80 11,636 13,092


-- fl-a


1J Preliminv-ry.
a2 December 1 price.
_ 3/ Practically none sold from farms.
The values shown nre for the marketing -eaqon or crop year and should not be con-
fused w-ith calendar year income.

RICE: IrRODU'CTIoN, FA.I' DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 CILPOh

: qpFarm Distpositon Season av.: Vauo _
Pro- :Ujedon _qms.whererpv; ;price p-ir : Value :Wralue of Value
State "djiozg or :Fedto:For farm .Sold :bu. rec'd : of :rice for of
aFujuon Tor r. Sol of
i live-.household. b pro- :farm !aose so- les
.... : e s.thocks : bnse ue .farmers l/duction:1sold e do
Ihoisand^ bushels Dollars Thousanrd. dol !:r_


1,062 68 19,360
1,331 611 260 22,722
1,168 30 23,261
927 2J/11 -- 14,245
4,488 720 260 79,588


2.09
2.19
2.42


1.9

2.2


42,824
54, 584
59,1?1


569


8 30,9062
0 186,661 569


RIC : PRODrTION, FAW-DISFOSITION, AID VALUMJ, BY STATES, 1949 CPOP 3/


20,502
24,559
22,618
21,462


910
1,318
1,038
750


67
482
25
2/11


89,141 1,016 565


257


19,525
22,522
21,555
20,701


1.80
1.86
2.14
1.65


257 84,303 1.87


i_ Includes an allowance for quantities of unredeemed loans and purchase agreement
deliveries valued at the average loan rate pnr bushel, by States,
Rj The estimated total auantity of rice fed to livestock and poultry on all
California farms is 150,000 bushels'In 1948 and 170,000 bushels in 1949.
3/ Preliminary.
The crop mnri:eting season is Aug. 1 to July 31 for Arkansas, Louisiana, and Te:as;
Oct. 1 to Sent. 30 for California.


The values cho'.m are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income.

23 -

A.-i. ..


Ark. 20,490
La. '24,924
Tex. 24,4-59
Calif. 15,183
U.S. _85,056


4 ,462
49,761.
r.6,292.
28,20"5
174,1720


Ark.
La.
Tex.
Calif.


U.S.


36,904
45,660
48,403
,-5,412

166,399


478


478


35,145
41,3 91
4,128
34,157


157,321


I



'4.


m




,. .. ** .-* E ." :::- .... q',. ,. j "**.<
DRY EDBLS BELTS: PRODUCTIOW, FAM DjSPOSiTIOjAN..V4At..i
-- -_ --.- ---- -
o 0. basigv) -1o-son
S ; Total;: For, I ;:av prices 0V V1o of,: :1
:usod : For :farm *: pocr 100 sVaTuhe beans :
State Tota.l:Cloaned: for : seed :honse- : Sold : .- lbs, I of : for ,' ot
:seed : hold. ; .roc-d. spro"- tITosc-- g. ii!


* U


Thousand bsa


Me. 72
N.Y. 2,176
mi ch. 4,435
Ni nn. 6
Wcbr. 1,494
Month, 312
Id-iho 2,652
Wyoe 1,302
Colo. 2,333
N.Mcx. 430
A-riz. 66
Utah 53
If"sh. 75
Q-11if. 5,421
U.S. 20,827


68
2,078
4,258
5
1,419
/287
4,13
1,197
2,146
408
61
51
69
_ 4,960O
19,420


SDRY EDIBLE BELTS: ;3


Me. 57
N.Y. 1,638
Mi ch. 5,968
Minn, 6
Wcbr. 1,312
Mont. 288
Idnho 2,608
Wyo. 1,210
Cole, 2,537
iT.Ilcxy. 554
Ariz. 60
Utah 65
Wash. 108
Oalif. 5,l43
U.S. 21,554


51
1,540
5,753
6
1,200
253
2,347
1,089
2,384
524
54
62
100
204,696
20,059


4
100
238
1
50
15
139
74
58
23
4
3
5
211
925


3
6
132

3
4
53
28
28
14
3
2
1
83
260


pRODUCTIOiT, _FAIB
4 3
86 6
214 119


1
43
12
125
67
52
20
3
2
14
177
820


2
_ 70 _
320


i/ For so.eo St-.tes also includes small


: use


3
3
14

1

2
*I
4
13
4


72
4--7


: by


Sduc


ifrmcrnj/: -_
Dollars
62 13 90
2,069 7,80 1
43,112 7.20 3
5 7.00
1,415 7.00
283 7.40
S2,358 6,g90 1
11168 7700
2,114 7,10 1
381 7,20
54 7.80
49 7,40
68 8.30
- _4,825_ 9.'2- -
190!13. __ ?Z86_ 15


.tionshold r ..
SThous-i ... o_ __T
Thoiis'md do !If.r..


945
6,208
0,658
35
9,933
2,124
6,650
8,379
5,237
2,938
476
377
573
jC112_
2,645


42
23
101

'7

.14
7
28
94
31

36-A
-12
366


94

x6,z
8,'i~

85i i


EL
.50

I ig .*: .


D .I'.VB T ,R
DISPOSITION1, AITD VALUEa, BY STATI.S, 1949 CROP


2
44


45
1,531
5,620
6
19197
250
2,297
1:,063
2,355
502
47
60
98
4,624
199695


'rluatitioep fed


2/ Includ.c! rn 'a.llow-.incc for qa-.ntitics of unredeemed


10.40 530
6,90 10,626
5.90 33,943
6.o10 37
5.R0 6,960
5,80 1,467
5.90 13,847
5.80 6,316
6.50 15,496
6.40 3,354
7.10 383
6.30 391
?700 700
_ 8.50 399916
6,68 133,966


31
21
83

0

12
6
'2.6
64
28

17-
_ 17
294+.


64,941

33,




6, :
3500
39,3
.......................................................................................6


to livestock or lost. '
loans a.n'. purch-.ac -groomcnt n1 ,


deliveries v'.lucd -t the n.vcrn.gc lo-In rate per 100 :nimd.s, by States. '.i
/ Frcelimin.ry, *

The crop mr.rkcting sc-.son is Scptzmbcr I to August 31. "
-' i;,||
The v-.lucs shomn a.re for the rn-.rkctin so-.son or crop yco'.r -and should, not be confuaM.-
with cn.lcndr r yc-.r income, ,'




24.
I:,j.v:P.::.i
.. 1
..... 2


... .. .. : _i





DRY-7na PEAS: PRODUCTION, 2A}Ui DISiOSI1ION. AND VALUE, BY STATES, 148 IOP
---- -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----- -- -- --------
* :_PJroduction _a : -Farm fDisso.itioni -. Season av. Vnlue
a 2 a S Used on farno : price per :
I Total: iere rown 100 ibs, 8 Value i VauI
State STntnC 0 Mnosionlnoo !Tnet+ ntiA I An1 r9 5/: 1. rprived nf X of


for : For : fed to %
: :seed. seed :livesotck:
- "_. 1_ _A__1_I/_
Thousand baR s


Minn. 27
N.Dak. 48
Mont. 108
Idaho 816
Iyo. 24
Colo. 200
Wash. 1,950
Oreg. 234
aDif._ 173


S by
farmers I


S


Dollars


-- 16
1 36
- 91
6 666
- 21
5 155
13 1,719
- 189
=-- -158


.55
4.70
5.80
5.15
6.00
4.00
4.70
5.10
6.75


prc- ;
auction :


0


c,'les


Thnu-,'ncdi dollars


157
193
539
3,656
126
712
8,506
1,051
1 2,16


105
169
238
:', 430
126
630
0,079
964
- _.066_


U.S. 3,580 3,262 534 186 25 3,051 4.94 16,106 15,087



DRY FIMD PZAS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AID VALUE, Y STATES, 1949 CRCP /


Minn.
N.Dak.
Mont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo .
Wash.
Oreg.
081i~fe-


66
36
80
916
20
250
1,583
105


59
29
69
817
18
225
1,480
89
187


U.S. 3,267 2,973


10
4
11
106


21 13
210 66
20 3

405 126


50
24
67
783
18
3205
1,399
86
187
2,819


5.40
3.50
5.30
3.70
6.00
3.25
3.05
3.90

3.54
3,54


319
102
366
3,023
108
506
4, 514
3.7

10,49106
10,49W1


270
84
2:355
3, tJ7
108
461
4, 367
<-.!
335
99- 8l3
9,983


Converted to cleaned basis,
small Quantities lost.


not including culls. For some States also includes


Z_ j Not including culls sold.
a1 Includes an allowance or quantities of unredeemed loans and purch,5e nXrpement
deliveries valued at the aver,-;e loan rate per 100 pounds, by States.
1 4 Preliminary.
S The crop marketing season is July 1 to June 30.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and shou(.1 not bc con-
fused with calendar year income.








25*
i. .
t ~i 25 -


10
4
15
133


24
41
93
710
21
178
1,831
206
158


30
299
23
17


18
99
17
0


1/


- -- -





GL,, O u L4 .., .. UU A*Cl..y IsJ. JL ws J.1 JI li X UAJ 1% 1 CLUr %- 0
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop
fused with calendar year income. Prices received for
evaluating production and sales. 26


,. ., ,:i .
k!
year and should not bo 00010 4,.
bay sold baled are ua4A '
5". ..


HAY: PF.ODUCTIOU1, FARi DISPOSITION, AN"D VALIT, BY STATES,.l..
- _- Vl -'- -- -- M f-------t i-ro
: A _Farm Disnosition __:.Season average;." V-alue- .
State Productiono Kept on price per ton a Value of "' Va.l. .
: s farms Sold : received by : production : s
-. ._ -- _s-_ farmers .. ___ -l
Thousand tons Dollars Thousand dollars M
lMie. 880 805 75 27.80 ?4,464 2,05"
1.H. 445 405 40 29.00 12,905 1,16?
Vt. 1,597 1,509 88 26.60 42,480 2,54-":
iass. 653 604 49 33.80 22,071 1,656
R.I. 53 50 3 32.90 1, 744 99
Conn. 488 456 32 34.40 16,787 1, O116it
NY. 6,306 5,675 631 21.50 135,579 13,566.:e'
,. J. 436 390 46 31.10 13,560 1 431, ^
Pa. 3,430 3,087 343 23.70 I1,291 8,1 9 O.-'
Ohio 3,516 3,147 369 24.00 84,384 8,856.:,|
Ind. 2,251 2,008 223 22t40 49,974 4,995 -
Ill. 3,544 3,172 372 23.90 84,702 8,891. .
Mich. 5,606 3,227 379 21.40 77,168 8,111 ..
Wis. 5,458 5,201 257 27.20 148,458 6,990 ".Ai
Minn. 5,145 4,785 360 20.40 104,958 7,344 1.>
Iowa 3,913 3,639 274 22.40 87,651 6,138 .
Moo 14,803 4,523 480 19.90 95,580 9,55.2......
N.Dah. 2,962 2,844 118 14.80 43,838 1,i 46.
S.Dak. 3,443 3,254 189 18.80 64,728 3,553 .j
Nebr. 4,230 3,722 508 20.50 86,715 10,414.
Kans. 3,575 2,967 608 17,90 63,992 10,883 .'[
Del. 96 90 6 25.00 2,400 150.4
McI. 641 577 64 25.70 16,474 1,645 !
Va. 1,823 1,653 170 30.00 .54,690 5,100 .
1. Va. 1,052 994 58 25.60 26,931 1,485
U.C. 1,289 1,186 103 32.50 41,892 3,348.0 :
S.C. 461 420 41 35.30 16,273 1,4471. 1;,
Ga. 805 700 105 21.00 16,905 2,205 :
Fla. 69 62 7 18.40 1,270 129 -h
Ky. 2,194 1,997 197 27.50 60,335 5,418 J:
Tenn. 2,029 1,857 172 29.00 58,841 4988 .":
Ala. 700 623 77 26.00 18,200 2,002 'A
Miss. 1,011 895 116 27.70 28,005 3,213 -.t
Ark. 1,887 1,679 208 21.70 40 948 4,514 !Z'I
La. 369 339 30 26.40 9,742 7923''
Okia, 2,010 1,568 442 19,80 39,798 8,752":
Tex, 1,311 1,075 236 25.80 33,824 6,089 :
Mont. 2,964 2,623 341 21.60 64,022 7,366 i
Idaho 2,355 1,859 494 25.10 59,060 12,399. .-
Wyo. 1,018 896 122 27.70 28,199 .3, 79 ,.
Colo. 2,375 1,781 594 22.4,' 53,200 13,306' a..
N.Mex. 499 354 145 28.10 14,022 4,074 ':
Ariz, 541 189 352 26.20 14,174 9,23.2 Z.'
Utah 1,134 930 204 27.20 30,845 5549 :;;7
l1ev. 6-9 454 195 28.00 18,172 5,460
Wash. 1,759 1,354 405 27.70 48,724 11,218 .,
Oreg. 2,000 1,540 460 27.00 54,000 12,40 : *:
Calif.- 5,718 3O_0_ 2,116 27.20 _1_ _55 530 57, 55'
U.S -99,71 86.567 __2,_04 220Q _2349_55_ _-_ _12,.-6..- '7
The crop marketing season is May 1 to April 30 in the Southern part of the United.. .R|
R+_.,,-.Qo .T,,n-i "n +. iMf,, ,, 4-. 1, -AT 4-1,n. 'CQ 4-a n ':+




llOP. ETIM? iPARK I?1O
e 1. actions 0t oil i
lIePro&'iictions Kent' on l


S a


Sc" Thou
'b. w834
NH,. 391
SVt. 1,369
I ..aas. 561
.* x IO50
I' Conn. 464
i .'. -4,878
I.J. 430
Pa. 3,392
Ohio 3,556
nd. 2,212
111. 3 753
Kich. 5, 362
1ks. 6,288
.inn. 5,021
Iowa 4,855
.; 5,005
..Dak. 2,818
f,,Dak. 2,939
Iebr. 4,786
SKans. 299
Del. 90
Md. 650
.; Va. 1,800
:'.W.Va. 1,02-'
W N,... 1,395
S.0. 0S..
SGa. 698
Sflua. 53
17. 2,63 5
-Tenn. 2,464
A4. 660
S Miss. 988
Ark. 1,681
La. 446
Tkla. 1, 880
Tex. i,3aS
bont. 2,479"
SIdaho 2,422
Vyo. 1,283
Colo. 2360
ki.Mex. 506
Ariz. 629
Utah 1,219
R 3ev. 688
1ash. 1,571
Oreg. 1,710
Calif. 5,Z71
SU.S. 99,_305
SI/ Preliminary


farms


sand tons
755
356
1,301
525
47
436
4,366
385
3,087
3,183
1,980
3,359
3,026
6,036
4, 644
4,491
4,636
2,694
2,777
4,260
2,788
85
578
1,638
963
1,283
4-.O
61.'
48
2,398
2,267
587
889
1,496
410
1,466
1,1-7
2,194
1,865
1,142
1,829
354
233
987
502
1,225
1,282
S-- 3.636._
8 6. 690_


i'i10i1,
-o J- -,


AID VALUE BY STATES, 1949- COP j/
i7Sbason averaGe: Value


o price per ton Value of : Value of
Sold : received by : production :' sales
S-L -farmers_ _:_
Dollars Thousn.nd dollars


79
35
68
36
3
28
512
45
305
373
232
394
336
252
377
364
459
124
162
526
511
5
72
162
61
112
44
84
5
237
197
73
99
185
36
414
219
285
557
141
531
152
396
232
186
346
3-16
428
- 2,135
12,615


29,40
33.30
34.90
38.20
37.50
39.10
q37.-:0
31.80
24.90
22.40
21.70
21.10
20.40
22.30
18.00
17.80
16.40
14.50
16.70
14.50
15.60 GO
22.40
23.20
26.30
o. 20
28.50
31.60
18.50
17.10
"X. 00
22.30
21.80
23.40
18.30
22.50
16.20
19.70
26.00
19.10
20.90
20.60
21.50
19.50
20.50
20.30
25.70
25.,40
22_.20
-- 21._30


24,520
13,020
47,778
21,430
1,875
18,1412
133 657
13,674
84, 461
79,654
48,000
79,188
68,585
140,222
90,378
86, 19
83,558
40,861
49,081
69,397
51,464
2,016
15,080
47, 3-140
23,757
39,758
15,294
12 ,13
906
63,240
54,947
14,388
23,119
30,762
10,035
30,456
26,910
64, -154
46,260
26,815
-8,616
10,879
12,266
2-:, 990
13,966
4-0,375
133, 13-1
128 Q116
- -2. A164.53_


2,323
1,166
2,373
1,375
112
1,095
1 1,029
1,431
7,594
0,355
5,034
8,313
6,854
5,620
6,786
6,479
7,528
1,798
2,705
79627
7,972
112
1,670
4,261
1,415
3,192
1,390
1 554
86
5,688
4,393
19591
2,317
3 ,386
810
5,707
4,314
7,;410
10,639
2,947
10,939
3,268
7,722
*1;756
3,776
8,892
10,871

- a26L,o7 _


tie crop oarl:eting; season is May 1 to April 30 in t.,e
States; June 1 to May 31 in the Northern States.
.I|e values shown are for the marketing season or crop
with calendar year income. Prices received for
prod~~cdtion and sales. 27 -


Southern part of the United

year and sho.'1C. not be con-
hay sold baled nre used for





0- us% UA"
State .ProductlimlUsed for see&.
S: on f-rms 9
I.-- -_S_wh3ere4jon:_. _
Bushhels


N.Y.
Pa.
Ohio
Ind.
Ill.
Mich.
Wis.
Iiinn.
Iowa

iTebr.
cans b
ad.
Va.


21,000
30,000
186,000
151,000
200,000
2;2,000
11,1000
136,000
1063,000
170,000
56,000
.....;,000
7,900
15,000


5,700
14,100
101,500
75,500
94,000
79,930
50,700
40 ,800
53,000
64,600
21, Z00
10,900
4, 200
7,000


l^y.
I dl
Wa
Ore
U.S


Pa.
Ohj
Inc


1013
Mic
Wis
Ii)
I O'4
Slo,
eo.
Nel
Kal
Md.
Va.
Ky;
Ids
hbai
Ora
U._
V/


t-..- .- .t.9 ,^w~fyp~^

Sold :receivediby : o f. OflI -...
f_ am.erp t _oduciqnr -
Dollars Thousand dol
15,300 28.20 592
15,900 31.40 942
86,500 26.20 4,926
75,500 25.10 3,790
105,000 27.50 5,500
162,100 23.30 5,639
67,300 26.80 3,162
95,200 24.80 3,373
53,000 28.60 3,032
105,400 25.90 4,403
A41700 26.20 1,467
31,100 26 ..30 1,105
3,700 35.30 279
8"000 31.30 470


33,000 10,600 22-,400 27.30 901
Lho 174,000 5,;00 168,800 25.40 4,420 4,
sh. 19,000 2,300 16,700 24.50 466
g-- 0 __ o 0, 20 72800_ 23.90. 112_
.. _1.,7_.8.,.900_ 649,500 1140.400 -25.70 46.,.379 0 437



RDL 0LOv'-R SEED: PRODTUTCTCiT, -FARMI DISPOSITI0OI?7, ATD VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 0.

13,000. 5,600 7,400 29.30 381
2.,000 9,900 13,100 31.40 722 1
o 80,000 40,000 40,000 24.60 1,968 .;
1. 60,000 28,800 31,200 23.70 1,422 :!
.0 102,000 43,900 58,100 25.10 2,560 l
9h. 17i,000- 48,700 12),300 22.60 3,932
s. 71,000. 33, 400 37,600 24.60 1,717 .-7
in. 95,000. 28,500 66,500 22.90 2,176 .1,1
a 117,000 58,.00 58,500 25.00 2,925 -:
153,000 39,800 113,200 23.20 3,550 2,4
)r. 16,000 7,000 9,000 23.60 378
is. 56,000 17,900 38,100 23.10 1,294 ,
10,500 5,500 5,000 31.60 332 1
9,000 5,300 3,700 28.60 257
16,500 6,900 9,600 26.20 432 1
aho 174,000 5,200 168,800 24.20 4,333 4,.
,h. 11,200 10i,900 22.70 254
S- -_ 81..00_ __ 6,50.0 .7500 -3_ _1..936_0 I'-
_._ _1..2_2.20.0_ 391.800_ __ .700, 00 24.10-_ --3-- ,_59 _2J
Preliminary. .".


The crop ma.rk-ting season is Septemboer 1 to Auigust 31. The values shown are foi':
marketi:-Z season o2 crown year oand shou-ld not be confused with clenda-r yea." incOc


- 28 -


4 4. .. *~4.,.'*..





AI&rA 6SpBD PRODUCTION, _FA&M DISPOSITION, _ATD VAL
;! ;_ nFrin Di .2nlti.on : Se.-Lson av


D -c-- : Used for :
State Production :seed on farms:


*

Ohio 2,900
Ind. 1,600
Mich. 42,000
Vis. 22,000
NMinn. 35,000
Iowa 5,200
HDac. 14,O00
seDak. 32,000
Nebr. 84,000
Kans. 130,000
SOkla. 93,000
Tex. 35,000
Mont. 87,000
Idaho 44,000
Wyo. 27,000
Colo. 25,000
N,.Ier. 7,800
Ariz. 120,000
Utah o30,000
Vash. 18,000
Oreg. 10,500
Calif._ 7Z000C
U.S. lOLO0tooO_


Sold


:_iftere.gron__ -
Bushels
2,700 200
1,500 100
16,800 25,200
8,600 13,400
13,000 22,000
4,100 1,100
3,900 10,100
7,700 24,300
23,500 60,500
26,000 104,000
5,600 87,400
7,400 27,600
4,400 82,600
2,200 41,800
4,000 23,000
2,000 23,000
3,500 4,300
3,600 116,400
7,200 122,800
400 17,600
300 10,200
1- 600 77,400
150,000 895,000


:nrico ;,er
Received
-:_y.-frriern
Dollars
283.40
27.60
27.90
31.50
27.90
28,90
26 ,,20
26.60
25.50
24.70
22o90
19ol0
29.60
30.60
28.90
26,20
19.10
17.60
29.10
2900
29.10
,17o60
24,80


UE BY STATES. l9.Q COP _


o U.. ^ O- -
bu.: Valuiie : Value
of : of
- _:;,r3iactinn?._. ...31,1Cs_
Thorisnclil c"o1lr.es
82 6
44 3
1,172 703
693 4122
976 614
150 32
367 2i5
c151 646
2,142 1,5'3
3,211 2,569
2,130 2,001
669 527
2,575 2," 45
1,346 1 ,279
780 165
6e5 '603
149 82
2,112 2,049
3,783 3,-73
5.22. 510
306 297
1 930 .- ... 1.362
26,104 22196


ALFALFA SEED: PRODUCTION:, FAIQ; DISPOSITION, AIDM VALTUEZ, Y STATES, 1949 C'GOP /


5,200
1,500
51,000
39,000
50,000
8,000
45,000
101,000
120,000
196,000"
204,000
54,000
148,000
70,000
27,000
48,000
20,000
208,000
186,000ooo
36,000
25,000
253,000


3,200
1,500
20,400
11,300
19,500
6,000
9,400
14,100
22,800
31,400
14,300
8,100
7,400
4,200
3,200
3,PO0O
4,000
10,400
11,200
700
1,200
- -12,600


2,000 26,60
-- 25.40
30,600 26.70
27,700 27.00
30,500 24.20
2,000 26.50
35,600 23.30
86,900 24.20
97,200 24.80
164,600 25.0L'
189,700 23.60
h5,900 18.30
140,600 25.20
65,800 25.10
23,800 25.40
44-,200 23210
16,o000oo 19e50
197,600 15.00
174,800 24,60
35,300 25.30
23,800 24,10
240,400 14,70


U.S. 19395,700' 220,700 1,675,000 21.90 4i',882 36,667
/Prei-i---- -- -- -- -_ -- -- -- --- -- --_ --- -
I/ Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is Aug. 1 to July 31 for Kans., Okl>., Te-x., -:o I:e1..,
Arit?., and Calif,; Sept, 1 to Aug.w, 31 for all other States, The value, rhoir.
are for the nar!eting season or crop year and should not bq confusedr with ca!,'.ndar


year income.
t


- 29 -


Ohio
Ind.
Mich.
vi s.
Minni.
Iowa
N.Dak.
S. Dak.
Nebr,
Kans.
Okla.
Tex.
Mont.
Idaho
14'o.
Colo.
H.Mex.
Arl z.
Utah
hash.
Oreg.
Calif.


13n
3R
1, '362
1,053
1,210
212
1,048
2, 44
2,976
4,972
4,814
988
3,730
1,778
686
1,109
390
3,120
4,576
911
602
3,719


53

317
748
738
53
FR29
2 ,103
2,411

4,477
840
3,543
1,o71
605
1,021
3).
312
2,964
!,300
893
574
3,534


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K
V
N
S
G
K
T
A
M
A
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0


LESPEDEZA SEED: PRODUCTION, PARM flISPOSITIO 'M, M
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .... *. *:***, 7!^ ::::*;ii
Farm _Dis position : Season av, ; -usY2i
State : Production:Used for seed: : price per I "Value.. 1 V
: : on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'a : of .ag
: : where &rovn' b* _farmers.jrproduoton: J. ,'.a
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand d'c.
nd. 5,000 800 4,200 7.40 370 !
11. -1,400 1,300 3,100 7.50 330
o. 99,600 18,900 80,700 6.10 6,076 l
ans. 16,600 2,000 14,600 5.70 946 I
a. 6,900 1,900 5,000 10.70 738
.0. 34,500 14,100 20,400 11.50 3,968 2,34
.0. 8,800 3,400 5,400 12.50 1,100 0
a. 16,100 5,200 10,900 13.00 2,093 l,
:y 14,1000 3,100 10,900 9.30 1, 02 ,0
enn. 12,600 4,000 8;600 10.70 1,348 A93
la.- 2,200 700 1,500 18.80 414 23
iss. 4,800 1,800 3,000 18.00 864
rk. 1e80O 4,100 4,700 11.70 1,030 6
a. 460 140 320 30.20 139 9
kla. 6,200 700 5.500 8.70 539 4?


. 240, 60


62,140


178,820


8.47


21,257


LESPEDJZA S2ID: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1


15,1 ..




.949 CROP:. fl
: y


.Tiia


Ind.
Ill.
Mo.
Xans.
Va.
-.C.
S.C.
Ga,
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
LiIss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.


U.S.


6,600
4,100
73,900
14,400
S7, 800
42.900
11,000
19,100
24,200
16 ,600
2.900
4,000
11, 700
300
5,100


* 244,600


1, 50
1, in


264;


i'* ,:" .*
- -. -p *,-
.Q .-
2AE_.R


1/ Preliminary.


The crop marketing season is October 1 to September 30. The values shown are fot,
the marketing season or crop year and. should not be confused with calendar year..:
income. ,

.* .*.

.2. >. ...L
30 -1 *,

f P 1 ". ", '


U.S.


900
800
14,000
1,300
2,100
16,700
4,300
5,700
4,400
5,000
800
1,500
5,600
110
1,100

64,310


5,700
3,300
59 ,900
13,100
5,700
26,200
6,700
13 ,400
19,800
11,600
2,100
2,500
6,100
190
4,000


180,290


4.40
4.70
3.90
3.60
7.40
8.10
10.60
11.60
5.60
7.40
19.60
16.90
8.70
25.70
6.60


290
193
2,882
518
577
3,475
1,166
2,216
1,355
1,228
568
676
1,018
77
337

16,576


.#-a.


3,3S




SVSEO S0EDa PP.0RUCTION, YAWl DISPOSITION, AI- VALUE, BY STAfS, 1918 CROP


S ---- -


s- -sed or --
L Farem forL sitlo. -
I Ulsedfo a


Season average :_ Val.ua
price per bur" : Value I


State: Production :seed .on farms : Sold. : received by


Ohio 9,200
Ind. 2,.O0O
Ill. 12,600
Mich. 12,000
Vis. 17,600
Minn. 180,000
Iowa 9,900
Mo. 20,000
N.Dak. 34-,000
S.Dak. 16, 00
Nebr. 70,000
Kans. 95,000
Mont. 19,500
olo.- Z5.0.00.0
oS..-- 573.6Q_0_


1 wltr .aws _:
Bushels
2,100
1,800
5,-.200
., 500
71900
10,800
4,500
7 ,000


6,800
3,.300
11,900
15,200
1,'800
-- 5 087-0o


1 _farmers_
.Dollars


7,100
600
7,400
9,500
9,700
169,200
5 -100
13,000


27 200
13,100
58,100
79,800
17,700
. .6L8,9300
_ 4.1,0_00


8.30
8.60
9.90
8.30
9.00
8.10
9.30
9.50
7.90
7.80
8. 20
8.80
7.50
7..&0.
_8.25_


3 of


Value


3 of


- j:.QdrcationI- lsales
Thousand dollars
76 59
21 5
125 73
100 79
158 87
S1,458 1,371
92 50
190 124


269
128
57-1Z
836
1.6
-_585
47258


215
102
-76
702
133
5032
- 4.008


SVT,3TCVL2 SEED: PRODUCTION, FAIi DISPOSITION, AMD VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 CROP i/

---------S------------------------------------


22,000
15,800
42.000
299000
19,500
136,000
14,000
34,000
25,000
19,800
48,000
128,000
10,000
_ _2558._00
..58_IDO0


11,000
7,700
16,800
5,200
3,900
8,200
7,000
16;300
3,000
5,900
15,400
21 ,800
1,000
0 Q-oo
_ -12 !;M3,


11,000 9,10
8,100 9.40
259200 10.30
23,800 8.50
15,600 8.90
127,800 8.70
7,000 9.40
179700 9.80
22,000 8.70
13,900 8.60
32,600 8.90
106,200 8.90
9,000 7.80
- _3,.o9.0 _8 .30._
_ _3^8f00_ 8.85_


200
149
453
246
174
1,183
132
333
218
170
427
1,139
78
456
5,581


100
76
260
202
139
*1,112
66
173
S191
120
290
945
70
T 447
S-4.191


S -1/ Preliminary

The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31. The values shown are
for the marketing season or cron year and should not be confused with
calendar year income.






31 -



i"


Ohio
Ind..

Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
'Iowa
lao.
N.Dal:.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Zans,
Mont.

U.S.




ALSII2 CLOVER Si


State Produc
U


a

N.Y.
Ohio
Inad.
1119
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Iowea
Idaho ]
Oreg.
CFlif.
U.S. .


45,
3J
12,
18,
52
44,
1088
LOB,
90,
19,
96,


EED4 REDUCTIONN, FARM DISPOSITION, ANMD VT flY "'s

a..FarDisposition I Season avn I ,_._. ,
U-- -~ T oT ^ F^ ^ ^ Er!^ 3 i S a c i v 87 "" ^
Used for seed a price per a Value & '.-
-tion a on farms : Sold s bu, rec'd. a of -.a
L !1;''..10_J -_ Z 8^1^1^ --- Rradauo~bi~an si
I where grown u s_ b Larmers i jo-uotion a '1
Bushels Dollars Thousand dollar
500 200 300 20.20 '10
;000 6,300 38,700 16.70 752
0000 1,000 21000 18.60 56
,800 1,900 10,900 20.50 262
,000 2,200 15,800 16,60 299
,000 5,100 48,900 18.80 978
,000 4,800 39,200 16.20 713
100 1,200 1,900 20.70 64
000 1,100 106,900 16.30 1,760 1
000 2,700 87,300 16.20 1,458 1
800 400 19,400 16.50 327
200 24,900 3719300 16.80 6,679 6.


92


.414%"i
'. .....:.M"
:-4W
-2.40.
:" .: ,


ALSIKE CLOVER SE"sD PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AID VALUE, BY STATES, i949 CRlPA


g m Farm Disposition a Season ave a Value ..i
i :Usod for seed- t price per g Value Valae..
State Production ;"E
State Production a on farms a Sold a bu. rec'd. a of a of:- ""
where vrown aby farmers u production a salee *
: -_ S^ '.fi.1^}"^._.- s-y -n2,s jucio 10,.^1? -' sal"^ ,jl
Bushels Dollars Thousand dollars ,:
Ohio 20,000 5,000 15,000 16.60 332 249. :i
Ind. 1,600 500 1,100 17.60 28 1I9
11ii. 11,700 2,000 9,700 18.50 216 179.I
Niche 15,300 1,200 14,100 15.60 239 22071:
Wise 45,000 1,800 45,200 17.70 796 *I
MinnZ 30,000 2,700 27,300 15.90 477 4- 34!
Iowa 6,000 2,100 5,900 18.20 109 '.:?:"
Idaho 76,000 1,500 74,500 17.50 1,330 1,304.1
0reg. 108,000 3,100 104,800 17.60 1,901 1,8& ti
Calif. 30,000 300 291700 17.60 528 45'1 1
U.S. 343,600 20,300 323,300 17.30 5,956 5, 608.:::
.---


f Preliminary. '

The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31. The values shown are for the
marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income."..


'K,




a 32- .


J .....,... ., .... .
-..::, :",, ; .:,, 24.




y SJEt PRODUCTION, FAE-" DISPOSITION. AND VALUE, Y STAT
SFan j DlsApjositjl Season av, :
Prodtton :Used for seed:. price per :
Sro tion .on farms ; Sold : bu. rec'd :


* @

Pa. 14 300
Ohio 65,000
Ind. 14,000
i1. 28,000
VItt.. 11,500
Minn. 02,000
Iowa 185,000
Ko4. 55.,020
U.S.. 404.e00


. where grown :
Bushels
5,300 9,000
20,200 44,800
4,800 9,200
5,600 22,400
6,800 4,700
3,800 28,200
29,600 155,400
--9 209 _45,_100
86,000 318,800


-_by farmer
Dollars
5.30
4.30
4.30
4,90
5,60
4.35
4.45
4.40
4.49 _


ES, 1.948 CROP


VIlIE


Vv).ue'
, Value
i I Value


of : of
O:L1 of


lprpdou~ctionflsals_ _
Thousand dollars
76 48
280 193


60
137
64
139
823
242
S1,821


40
110
26
123
692
198
1 .L430


4IMOTHY E2D: rRODUCTI01,__FARM DISPOSITION,. AND VALUE. BYSTATS, 1949 CROP/
Pa. 13,800 5,400 8,400 9.90 137 8
OhIo 1739000 29,400 143,600 8.00 1,384 1,14S
Ina. 33,000 5,900 27,100 7.90 261 21'
Ill. 58,000 12,800 45,200 8.80 510 39E
1is. 13,000 4,000 9,000 9.50 124 8
Minn. 35,000 3,800 31,200 9.00 315 28]
Iowa 352,000 42,200 309,800 8.80 3,098 2,72(
-. 1.000 ,800 136_,200 8.30_ 128 113(C
S._. 825.01 00_ 1_ 115,300 710, 500 8.54 7,057 _6,06C
l/ Prelininary. The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31. The values
shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not .be confused with
calendar year income,


5 *
3.
L


3
L

)_ _


BR00MC03IV: PRODUCTION,_FAIL DISPOSITION, _AND VALUES BYSTATES.,1948 2P0P
: Season aVo price L Valuc_ _
State t Production ; Sold per ton received : Value of : Value of
- -- ~ -farmers- reductionon sales _
Tons fDollsrs Thousand dollars


All 323
production 35
sold. 2?5
off farm 30
-............ 293 _


533
452
2,860
1,100
2.970
- ,239.0
1 2318


533
452
2,860
1,100
2,970

- 9. 33 -


pR00:CpOIT: PRODUCTION, .FAR, DISPOSTIO71 A17' VALUE,_BY STATES 1949 C2OP J_
111. 1 600 310 496 496
Kans. 1,200 All 253 304 304
Okla. 11,400 production 250 2,850 2,850
.Texas 9,300 sold 180 1,674 1,674
Colo., .12,100 off farm 220 2,662 2,662
N.eiex.- 8.5P0 ..... _0 ,180 1530 1,530 _
U.S.- 44 100 216 9,516 9 516 _
-/ Prelir:inary. The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for all States
except Texas, which is July 1 to June 30. The values shown are for th'e marketing
season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.


CE .33n


Kans.
S Okla.
Texas
Colo.
f Eiez._
U.S. _


1,400

8 800
.4,000
9 900
_ 0_4t00
-G J30.00


I


I:


- 33-




SOR&HUM 'SIEUW: PRODUCTION, 2AtM DISPbSIT10oi,&w;.;A3a.s -VM ,t :A-=VIiV.4
-- -- -- -- -- -- s w-^ -- -' ^ ;*_* ^ *MySi
-- -- ni J-"s i i- -- -- .." ,
a :s Season aLveragea .. .a.

s :household:(including toll): received by : productl6n (ncWe
- -S_ -A- --e- -l---------- -- -- -
Thousand gallons Dollars housan &
Ind. 90 25 65 2.05 184
Ii. 55 15 40. 2.00 110
is. 80 18 22 2.50 .00
Iowa 336 1 320 2.00 672 .
Mo. 330 35 295 2.15 710
Kans. 94 2 98 1i70 160
Va. 180 84 96 2.15 387
Va. 154 60 94 2.00 308
I.Car. 680 397 283 1.90 1,292
S.Car. 420 280 140 1.65 693
Ga. 660 425 235 1.60 i,056
Ky. 511 150 361 1.80 920
Tenn. 675 368 C07 1.95 1,316
Ala. 845 525 320 1.35 1,141
Miss. 1,4145 988 457 1.25 1,806
Ark. 704 364 340 1.75 1,232
La. 86 60 26 .95 82
Okla. 110 28 82 11.75 192
Te_.- !o 210 10 110 i50 _315_ .
U.S. 7652 __, 940 3,6 85 1.74 712...726. ..76


SOfGHUitH SIRUP: PRODUCTIO0i, -?.AiR- DISPOSITION, A11T VALUZ DY STATES, 1949


90
55
95
316
260
136
140
170
720
230
590
546
530
330
700
364
90
90
6 240__
- 6>P12_ -


25
15
28
11
25
3
65
80
401
162
380
161
330
391
410
240
27
28
115-
&,_197


65 1.75
40 2.00
67 2.30
305 2.00
235 2.00
123 1.35
75 2.00
90 1.90
319 1.90
68 1.70
210 1.80
385 1.85
230 1.95
239 1.50
290 1.20
124 1.65
63 1.00
62 1.70
125 1.50
_3115 l .75


CEOP 'd ;'
- ---'._


158
110
338
632
530
170
280
323
1,368
391
1,062
1,010
1,092
945
840
601
90
153
.. .i360_43
- --10.a.343a. _


.i/ December 1 price.
4 Preliminary.


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and. should not .e 'l
confused. with calendar-year income,

-34w.
*.A :. ':
.. : .'. :.:' .." .,. % '"' .'" ;
... .. .... ...,;,, o
i&Wi


2~-~ 4.
* E


2'


Ind.
Ill.
Wis.
Iowa
I o.
Kans.
Va.
W. Va.
H. Car.
S.Car.
Ga.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
iiss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Tezx._
U.S.-


_:_ _

: *, ,
lab-
M




S SUGLICR E. SIRUP, PRODUCTION, FAiH DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 CROP


7- -YI^rE ffisposition. ai7eas-on 4vorcagei
i : ....:.- -Sldu"-- priqe per galg:
tate "Produotion For houso, (-nludiGce db
Stuse '.2 1 received by I
* hold use toll) I farmers I/

Thousand gallons Dollars


sic.
Oct.
Ala.

La.
Tex.


250
3,600
1,980
2,240
2,890
2,200
230


150
775
250
11050
1,480
668
90


100
2,825
1.730
I190
1,410
1,532
140


1.50
695
,80
^.615
1.05
680
1,75 5


Value
Salue ofvlu o sat
Value of :(including
production toll)
S Thousand dollars


375
3,420
1,584
2,576
3,034
1,760
402


150
2,684
1,384
1,368
1,480
1,226
245


~n ~ ~----------------------------------------------


U.S.


13,390


4,463


'8,927


.,956


13,151


8,537


S1UGARCANE SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FAt A DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1949 CROP 2


-- arDisosition Season average:
Fo Sol ':price per gale:
State :Production: or Sold reocivod by
dt household includingg fannrmers a
,a use toll) / -.
Thousand: gallons Dollars


SIC,
Ga.
Fla,
Ala.
Miss.
Texe
Tex.


230
3,150
1,620
1,820
2,030
2,600
320


138
700
250
891
1,080
539
100


92
2,450
1,570
929
950
2,061
220


1.45
.95
.70
1010
1.00
.70
1.75


Value
;: ValueT 3of
Value of : sales (in-
production eludingg tol?

Thousand dollars


334
2,992
1,134
2,002
2,030
1,820
560


133
2,328
1,099
1,022
950
1,.1,43
385


-- - -----------a. . . .


U.S.


11,770


3,698


8,072


,912


10,872


7,360


S/ December 1 price except for Lduisioana.

/ Preliminary*
: ^ .
The values shorm are for the crop marketing season or orop year
and should not be confused with calendar year incomno
a3S5
I... J ': "
r.. !. .:i.: %... :.




PROtUCTIO0T, PAT. DISPOSITION, AN1' VALE,. fY rnffs '1


''* iuuar 1 __
SS an.iDiJsto.itionl
: Produic-Used int -
State I tion 3 farm ; Sold :
"! :house-! : t
-SuS-_h 3 1


2
10
148
11
26
15


M 6 _
IU.s.-- -2_9__ 52 _


Me.
IT.H.
Vt.
Ma s s,
N. Y.
Pa.
Ohio
Mi ch.
i s.
Md,_
U. S.


State
State :


Me.
I.H.
Vt.
'lass.
N.Y.
Pa.
Ohio
14i ch.
Wis.
Mdx__
U.S._
/ Do


3
11
l5
11
28
21
0
16
0
o
-7-2
_202_


Thousand pounds
0 2
4 6
30 118
2 9
11 15
2 13


_- ._
_ _17 _


1
3
29
2
11
3
0
3
0
2
__ .- 2__


Value
of
- .,rn.duction
1948_ 3


73
23G


2
8
166

17
18
0
13
0

S-28 _


1948_CROP

Season .1


av. price 2 Pr
per Ib : t
rec'd. by
_farmers _
Dollars
1.00
.97
.85
S.99
S.75
.64

S74


_ _.825 _
__,_. 8_25_ _


_1


1949 COROP

.93
.88
.83
.88
.75
.63

.75

.64
_.802 _1


- _S~uar_.nd_S
S Value of su
Sand sirup use
:- _Vi:o "[jnhUs:~i
farm househo
Thousand doll


68
227


2,973 2,544
179 214
2,089 2,281
281 403
533 728
440 562
240 292
_54 _66
- ,210_0 __ __ __7 38_5__


311
19
360
37
43
55
60

- 94_4


es not include quantities produced on non-


oduc-
ion


- ^ ^^.S
:-Farm _is.osition- Se &e R
:Used in: : av, %ri
Sfarm Sold. : per g'.
? house-: reo.e


ie.
II. 2-1.
Vt.
Mass.
N. Y.
Pa.
Ohio
Mich.
Wis.


**.. :.;*i:
The crop marketing season is March 1 to February 28. The values shown are for 'th&
crop marketing season or erop year and should not be confused with calendar year *
income. '.

.s36
.. .. *..i'!"..t"....W"lS .


MAPLE PRODUCTS :


Thousand gallons -li.ai W>
12 2 10 5.-
S39 6 33 56831I
619 62 557 4.60o'y
S30 3 27 5.66' ,
431 73- 358 4.
61 8 53 4'.
111 10 101 4.80 .:;
80 10 70 5.40' J
A ::'
48 12 36 5.00 .:
L L_- -_ 182 .1.258___ _- 4 .



12 1 1I 5,40. 3
41 7 34 5.30 '0
554 50 504 4,30:,i
40 3 37 5.1Q'::0 :
538 75 463 4...'
94 9 85 4.15 ";
150 9 141 4.85 :-
110 11 99 5 .0.0
59 11 48 4.95 1
6 _14 172 -1,43 4.7.. <
- -. .. 4- -

Iirup -i-
-7
Pgar Value ."
d in I of :
*Id _sales_ :
-_ 1-9L. '
ars .
7 62 61,.:/ .^
40 199 187 ";
239 2,662 2t305 '
17 160 197.,
323 1,729 1,958 :
39 244 364
44 485 684 H
57 385 505 .:.'
54 180 238 :,:iik
--i--_ Q--5-__--- ..
-5.9
f Sm5_ erse o outt..14'
.farmlands in Somerset CooutY0-nRi3..(i|||K|




.tIS PtATOES P CTIO, 1At 'DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 CI.
1393 P0?flO s PIGIIIOUOtII 1AUDSOST5N
-. --m s-o to-n I -
KB15? Croup a' a i Total Uaoi Ya"rn jiri ji1v i _1
.. and tProductiona used for i cLt leto To Sold j/
SState I eaded i For seed s shrinkage and lossI household I
1 after harvest 4 use I
T, T -o u n -s u -s -h 'e 1 s-
SILUM S LATE STATES
Maine 74,306 4,396 1,670 4,013 578 68,044
New York 38,035 2,936 922 1,641 1,844 33,628
Pennsylvania 19,425 2,392 718 971 2.048 15,688
Michigan 16,350 1,936 1,387 1,880 1,922 11,161
Wisconsin 13,050 1,377 716 1,566 2,320 8,448
M O innesota 17,280 1,680 840 1,382 1,856 13,202
North Dakota 20,000 1,978 989 1,500 1,064 16,447
South Dakota 2,750 252 129 261 528 1,832
Nebraska 10,335 954 429 672 1,008 8,226
S Montana 2,560 256 166 358 291 1,745
S Idaho 45,000 3,045 1,248 3,600 300 39,852
Wyoming 2,280 196 98 388 42 1,752
Colorado 21,450 1,675 921 2,038 183 18,308
Utah 3,171 300 135 286 126 2,624
Nevada 360 36 27 39 19 275
Washington 12,600 720 108 945 273 11,274
Oregon 12,710 966 541 1,081 168 10,920
California (All) 47,365 3,108 315 868 70 46,112
d! o 8 -" .--69Y' --C -2",i9" r 1T,32"3,709, -1-4,'9415 -----30" ,'SLZ
UiS LATE STATES
loNew Hampshire 968 99 12 58 205 693
Vermont 1,295 146 64 78 347 806
Massachusetts 3,548 306 12 142 348 3,046
*hode Island 1,462 128 4 59 32 1,367
Connecticut 3,285 282 8 148 198 2,931
Vest Virgiaa 2,090 320 128 230 1-449 283
Ohio 6,765 779 140 338 1,590 4,697
Indiana 4,140 380 141 186 1.110 2,703
Illinois 1,133 120 42 131 720 240
Iowa 1,430 143 57 100 720 553
New Mexico 270 42 13 18 15 224
o 11 7 1 6- -,r _-4
291ATE STATES 385,412 _30938 1,980 24,97 21,74 32,08 _
Y^^g- --- --- ----.
New Jersey 13,629 987 128 273 113 13,115
nDelaware 288 46 9 26 72 181
Maryland I 965 207 52 177 435 1,301
Virginia 11 529 675 148 519 1,960 8,002
Kentucky 2 542 345 121 153 1,680 588
Mi ssouri 3 128 290 23 203 2,040 862
Kansas 1 476 159 33 96 561 786
Arizona 1 749 94 5 61 10 1,673
6- -ii w, "0 ioS- ---_- ---, 7 27,- --
S MIDIATE STATES _421718 33,741 _2,499 26,.485 28 245 354, 489 _
EMLY STATES
North Carolina 10,430 732 110 522 2,590 7,208
South Carolina 1,408 180 14 56 374. 964
Georgia 1,024 180 22 51 616 335
Florida 3,745 419 4 131 102 3,508
Tennessee 2,322 275 91 128 1,456 647
Alabama 3,640 380 19 146 819 2,656
Mississippi 2C7 160 19 60 900 228
Arksnsas 2,366 260 39 118 1.564 645
Louisiana 1, 416 .194 .23 57 418 918
Okleahoma 1,022 126 25 46 728 223
Teoxa 4,356 608 49 152 762 3,393
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---- ver --- .*- -. -v' -- -.".
Group a age price per s- -ViliC4 T VaTuei pof p6 r I- ValuWe T V7ale 1V -
end : bu. received s of tees for farmn : of a ndf.,
State a by farmers a reduction : household use a sales a househos 6',% *
-- llTars" o u as a an ~ 1 o-lr-"a-rs r "".BB
SURPLUS LATE STATES .:**. ^-f. B
Maine 1.52 112,944 879 103,427 104,
New York 2/ 1.51 57,443 2,784 50,778 : 5,
Pennsylvania 1.69 32,828 3,461 26,513 29I4
Michigan 1.40 22.890 2,691 15,625 186
Wisconsin 1.57 20,488 3,642 13,263 1J
Minnesota 1.40 24,192 2,598 18,483 21,.fW
North Dakota 1.39 27,800 1,479 22,861 2
South Dakota 1.92 5.280 1,014 3.517
Nebraska 1.31 13,539 1,320 10,776 12:
Moitana 1.64 4,198, 477 2,862 a
Idaho 2/ 1.18 53,100 354 47,025 4.,4i-
Wyoming 1.63 3,716 68 2,856 "'V
Colorado 1.59 34,106 291 29,110 29,140L
Utah 1.57 4,978 198 4,120 4J%3,P
Nevada 1.78 641 34 490
Washington 2/1.43 18,018 390 16,122 16 ji
Oregon _/ 1.49 18,938 250 16,271 &.6 1
California (All)D 1.62 76,731 113 74,701 74.1P
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OTIRI LATE STATES '. -
New Hampshire 1.96 1,897 402 1,358 1: TO
Vermont 1.88 2,435 652 1,515 Vt '
Massachusetts 1.87 .6,635 651 5,696 6b.3 '
Rhode Island 1.83 2,675 59 2,502 2,
Connecticut 1.89 6,209 374 5,540 5, V
West Virginia 1.97 4,117 2,855 558 3
Ohio 1.84 12,448 2,926 8,642 1186'/
Indiana 1.77 7,328 1,965 4,784 6e t'EA
Illinois 1.98 2,243 1,426 475 i.14I|
Iowa 1.89 2,703 1,361 1,045 24 ,
New Mexico 2/ 1.67 451 25 374 ,
- TOTA I I"- T.'95- 32r,-97
9-LT TELr 0 7980gv l 3"4,7399, g
I TErvSDIATE STATES "
New Jersey 1.46 19,898 165 19,148 19
Delaware 1.74 501 125 315
Maryland 1.66 3,262 722 2,160 2,88 4"'
Virginia 1.66 19.138 3,254 14,777 18 i03.'
Kentucky 1.69 4,296 2,839 994 3,133t:1
Missouri 1.56 4,880 3,183 1,345 4,Sg7.:.44
Kansas 1.35 1,993 757 1,061 1, 8 'i !
Arizona 1.92 3,358 19 3,212 33 1 'i.
TOT A L. -- -... .3 6 1,63 -T- 3, -T
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MEDIATE STTE..S_ 1.51 638,287 45,802 534,301 580o:,.1 ;
Z yL T ST --7 -.-'......-.-,
North Carolina 1.61 16,792 4,170 11,605 15.3..i..
Soutn Carolina 1.82 2,563 681 1,754 2,41 V"*A',
Georgia 1,97 2,017 1,214 660 1 .. .K
Florida 2.51 9,400 256 8,805 90
Tennessee 1.66 3,855 2,417 1,074 3,491p
Alabama 1.71 6,224 1,400 4,542 50940 i.
Mississippi 1.96 2,366 1,764 447 2,'21,2
Arkansas 1.71 4,046 2,674 1,103 3,77. ;
Louisiana 1.91 2,705 798 1,753 2;5Ust` '
Oklahoma 1.82 1,860 1,325 406 I7
Texas 1.96 8,538 1,494 6,650 8I
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tConsiiiti orpitaties soidT i a If o sie, 6feeT proce ssin ari M lT p:rc2Ese Wy te 75.
ment under price support program, 2/ Revised. : '."
The beginning of the crop marketing season varies between States from December 1 preceding the h/ly
year shown for Florida and Texas to August 1 of the year shown for certain northern States. ,The:
marketing season comprises 12 months'in all States except Calif., which has a 14-month season .: .
beginning April 1 of tne yoer shown. .'.
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yfe -v'y^ -a--- ---&'rn- where -soxf -
aB u a Total a tVlseda on *2 eBgHijp.
-. M- Soldl
I:.' and Produotioni used for &yd-t Tivesto.. "- Sold-
:State aI seed i For seed i shrinkaFe and .oss household
after harvs1 use
e .- .. T"hous a ndi Vufle'I s
S--- -VV -- -
.. s LILTt STATES
e- tan 67.050 4,258 1,874 2,347 578 62,251
Jew York 30.660 2.599 1,003 1,7b9 1,666 .6,222
Pe nsylvrnia 19,158 2,303 760 1,533 1,891 14,974
Iohigan 17,160 1,980 1,307 2, -45 1,767 11 941
i somsi n 13,600 1,440 720 1,564 2,130 9,186
K oannesota 16,000 1,838 845 1,360 1,596 12.199
North Dakota 18,530 1,938 988 926 850 15,'86
SSouth Dakota 1,008 243 107 60 192 ni
N; ebraska 8,840 1,008 454 531 912 6,943
IIt iantma 2,100 262 144 210 238 1,508
4 Idaho 34,560 3,192 1,468 2,419 264 30,409
W.yoing 1,870 209 125 187 39 1,519
ColoradO 18,150 1,794 1,041 2,087 174 14,848
Utah 3,003 306 122 270 105 2 506
Nq rada 342 38 30 31 18 263
Washington 10.080 903 181 806 255 8,838
on 11,890 1,035 559 1.189 147 9995
Cifornia All) 46,230 3,240 254 1.O800 70 44 106

28 -0 flT9C -2?a93 2874T23
New iampshE e- 968 105 15 53 189 711
Vermont 1,128 138 67 69 313 679
ifassachusetts 2.850 288 12 I 100 291 2,.4 '7
r tode Island 1.160 126 4 46 31 1,079
i onnecticut 29944 276 8 147 180 2,609
W West Virginia 2,000 304 125 180 1,365 330
Ohio 6,270 798 160 345 1,344 4,421
SIndiana 3,900 388 144 195 930 2,631
J Illinois 1,000 143 36 90 648 226
S -Iro1a 1,100 156 59 55 570 416
New Me='co 246 42 8 20 14 204
1:.. T?'S 359 -276 T7-f T 9 -1275-23 -
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^ New Jersey 8,554 1,012 121 299 100 8,034
Dl. aware 490 52 10 30 75 375
Mfaryland 1,587 207 62 104 392 1,029
f'ir1inia 9,126 715 164 320 1,584 7, O8
Kentucky 2,730 350 126 218 1,680 706
I ssouri 2,432 300 24 170 1,615 6n3
SKansas 1,114 144 22 128 ,05 559
: Arizona 1,368 94 5 51 10 1,202
i : ^irS^^- yn109s -.*",.' -,-"- -. 52 -9_5"62"
M.IATE STATES 371,098 34,224 13,156 23,852 24,628 30.462
M"I ,, '.ALT "Wxf pz- .........-- --- ---
SoBh C ina 7,869 732 110 315 1,950 5,494
N South Carolina 1,650 192 13 66 374 1,197
Georgia 1.296 180 22 65 793 416
Florida 5,428 461 5 109 88 59226
T. ennessee 2,250 253 76 124 1,375 675
SAlabama 3,432 408 20 137 943 2,332
0. l sissippi 1,120 180 18 56 840 206
,Arkansas 2,080 250 38 104 1,395 543
Lo uisiaa 1,239 189 19 50 414 756
O klahoma 814 99 18 33 494 269
Tas 3686 51 3 129 702 2819
!"~~3 -MUn 72 ~ ,='9 _35


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..___ _. ::.,,,.. .. ,-,-- ... -a
------- on versaeg .. ;44.&. -t- v-a- "Qiwo
Group a price per br. 0r."
and. received hy: %i.ivfl [-.. a toes for f4r a of 6 "sdMt
State a -amers ..- -ctint_. s 1 -..ou
SUIPLUS LATE STATES __ __ _
SMane. 1.00 v: 67,050. ,A 578 62,351 .
New York 1.13 34,646, ; 13883 39,631 ,,
Pennsylvania 1.32 25,289. 22496 19,766
Michigan 1.22 20 9 3,156 14,568
Wisconsin 1.41. 191 7. "3003 12 952
Minnesota 1.19 19,04 1,899 14517
North Dakota 1.14- 21,14 969 .17,973
South Dakota 1.72 1,734 330 1,116
Nebraska 1i.L 10,6968 1,104 8,401 -
Montana 1.60 3,360 381 2.413
Idaho 1.09 37,6707 288 33,146 33,42
W'yoming 1.75 3, 27" "68 2,658 3.i
Coorado 1.37 24,868" 238 20,342 20,.1
Utah 1.36 4,084 1-43 3,408 3A|
Nevada 1.48 506. 27 389 :
Washington 1.39 14,01) o 354 12,285 12.0
Oregon 1.27 15I00 187 12,694 i3,
California ( ) 144 66,571 11 :63,513
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1,123 i,4jg
gTe 1C. 2": 2 i. "
New flampshire 1.58 1,529 299 1,823
Vermont 1,59 794 -498 1,080
Massachusetts l67 4,760 .486 086
Mode I sland 1.65 1,914 51 1,780 1,
Connecticut 1.58 4,652 :1284 4,122 4,
West Virginia 1.82 3,640 2,484 601 31,
Ohio 1.58 9,907 2, 124 6,985 ..
Indiana 1.70 6,630 1,581 4,473 "i01
Illinois 1.78 : 1,780 1,153 402 l*
Iowa 1.79 1,969 1,020 745 .1l,
New Mexico 1.60 394 22 326 __ ,
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New Jersey"' 1,27 10,864 127 10,203 10'
Delaware 1,56 764 117 585 An
Maryland 1,51 2,396 592 1,554 0:g
Virginia 1.42 12 959 2,249 10,022 13.2
Kentucky 1.41 3,849 2,369 995 '!
Missouri 1.49 3,624 2,406 928 3iiS
Kansas 1i18 1,315 .478 660 1I
Arizona 2.05 2,599 20 2 464 .4i
-TOIAI.ST ----- T^O- -- -357-7- -f[58- *g T --- g
MEDIATE STATES 1,24 466.469 341A565 385.157 48 ZA
North Carolina 1.35 10,623 2,632 7,417 10.0
South Carolina 1.93 3,184 722 2,310 .3!
Georgia 1.79 2,320 1,419 745 ".4
SFlorida 2.30 12,484 202 12,020 .12,14!
Tennessee 1.50 3,375 2,062 1,012 3,0'
Alabamaa 1.82 6,246 1,716 4,244 591
Mississippi 2.26 2,531 1,898 466 ,3
Arkansas 1.61 3,349 2,246 874 391
Louisiana 1.91 2,366 791 1,444 2"
Oklahoma 1.71 1,392 845 4601.
Texas 1.70 6,266 1 193 4,792 5.91
O!TAT- --- -- T.!aa- "947 50 6- -- 0%-6-9-M79-
il~re;4ir ary. 17 Consists of potatoes sold and to be sold for food., seed, feed prooessiti
all purchases by the Government undei price support program.. The beginning of the crop marc
season varies between States from December 1 preceding the year shown for Florida and Tens 1
August 1 of the year shown for certain northern States. The marketing season comprises 12 ;
in all States except California, which has a 14-month season beginning April 1 of the yeaxi9


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T housand bushels t use
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rAIUE, BY STATES. 1948 CI"2


- -Sason
Average
3 price
S:per bu-
Ireoeivoc1
: by
I farm er1
Dollars


--- I Value --f Vl
SValue .sweeoot- :
a of :potatoes i Value
' produce. :for farm i of
a tion householda sales
Tho s dollars_ _.
Thovsand dollars


1.J. 2,550 74 56
Ind. 110 7 4
Ill.- 190 10 8
lowa 171 5 4
tb. 735 21 19
ans. 181 8 6
Del. 88 5 4
lid. 1.232 54 46
Va. 3,510 144 112
Y.C. 5,635 312 246
S.C. 4,284 264 198
Ga. 4,930 345 259
Fia. 960 70 50
Ky. 960 44 29
Tenn. 2,000 116 79
Alm. 4,505 264 198
Miss. 4,300 210 164
Ark. 1,395 70 48
La. 7,840 440 312
Okla. 408 27 19
Taxt 3,250 280 230
Calif. 990 70 56
U.S. 50,304 2,840 2,14?


281 41
8 21
14 60
11 15
74 275
13 12
5 13
86 63
316 954
1,437 1,980
921 1,632
1,232 2,162
260 360
125 608
270 990
1,148 2,369
1,075 2,268
300 713
1,764 1,100
74 126
666 496
148 8
10,228 16,266


2,172
77
108
141
367
130
66
1,037
2.128
1,972
1,523
1,277
290
198
663.
790
793
334
4,664
189
1,858
778
21,563


2.34
2.59
2.09
2.46
2.42
2.35
1.97
1.91
1.81
2.32
2.15
2.37
2.65
2.28
2.40
2.27
2.35
3.30
1.60
2.55
2.65
4.07
2.19


5,96'?
285
397
424
1,779
378
173
2,353
6,353
13,073
9,211
11,684
2,544
2,189
4,800
10,226
10,105
3,208
12,544
1, 040
8,612
4,029
111,37-1


96
54
125
37
666
28
26
120
1; 727
4.594
3,509
5,124
954
1,386
2.376
5,378
5,330
1,640
1,750
321
1,314
33
36,E98


5,082
199
226
350
888
306
130
1,981
3.,852
4,575
3,296
3,026
768
451
1,586
'1,793
1,864
768
7,462
482
4,924
3,166
47,175


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NT .J. 2,400
Indl. 116
2 Il. 180
Ioa 165
lb. 570
Kans. 147
Del. 108
IM. 1,350
Ta. 2,880
N.C. 5,876
S.C. 4,800
Ge. 6,030
Fla. 980
4. 913
Tenn. 2,205
*. Ala. 4,565
MilS. 3,990
Ark. 1,302
S La. 8,330
Okla. 450
Tex. 5,775
Calif. 1,100
U.S, 6i,232


78
7
10
5
21
8
5
54
162
348
330
395
80
40
132
288
245
75
495
27
250
77


58
4
8
4
18
6
4
46
126
261
231
276
56
28
92
216
184
52
346
19
200
58


5,132 2,293


252
8
11
10
51
11
6
94
245
1,410
1,104
1,507
255
101
286
1,095
917
267
1,874
81
1,414
154
11,153


418 2,042
25 79
55 106
14 137
230 271
12 118
14 84
61 1,149
833 1.676
2,035 2,170
1,700 1,765
2,626 1,621
362 307
609 175
990 837
2,444 810
2,152 737
688 295
1,265 4,845
/ 140 210
640 3,434
10 878
16.953 23,746


2o25
2&34
2.02
2*10
2.40
2, 40
1.82
1.91
1.85
2 15
2.00
2.18
2.65
2. 20
2.30
2.35
2.32
2.25
1.70
2.30
2.05
4.60
2.13


5,400
271
364
346
1,368
353
197
2,578
5,328
12,633
9,600
13,145
2,597
2,009
5,072
10,728
9,257
2,930
14,161
1.035
11,839
5,060
116,271


108 4,594
58 185
111 214
29 288
552 650
29 283
25 153
117 2,195
1,541 3,101
4,375 4,666
3,400 3,530
5,725 3,534
959 814
1,340 385
2,277 1,925
5,743 1,904
4,993 1,710
1,548 664
2,150 8,236
322 483
1,312 7,040
46 4,039
36,760 50,593


_/ Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama; July 1 to June 30
in Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina. South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Oklaboma, Texas and California; and August 1 to July 31 in all other States.

J the values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar
year income.

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