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


FARM PRODUCTION,
AND VALUE OF


FARM DISPOSITION,
PRINCE I PAL CROPS


1950-1951


HUME LIBRARY

FEB 1976

L.F.A.S. Univ. of Florida


BY STATES











WASHINGTON, D. C.
MAY 1952


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hIP.
F 41.


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Alfalfa Seed.......... ........ ...

Alsike Seed......................

Barley ............. eee ee

Beans (Dry)................... ...

Broomcorn .......... .... .... .....

Buckwheat ........................

Corn.............................

Cowpeas.........................

Flaxseed........................

Hay. ............ ........ .......

Hops ........................... ..

Lespedeza Seed ...................

Maple Products ...................

Oats ............................ .

Peanuts ..........................


!ML

29

32

9-10

24

33

14

5-6

2D

15

26-27

18-19

30

36

7-8

21-22


Peas (Dry) .... .....g.. .m......

Popcorn ...... ...................

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

Red. Cloverseed. ................ .

Rice ............................

Rye ............O ..O Q.. ...o m e

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

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

Soybeans ......................

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

Sweet Cloversee................

Sveetpotatoee ......... ...... .m

Timothy Seede... ................

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

Wheat .............. ............


Zn'
S

17

7-40

28

23
UP2
11-13

16

34

18-19

35

31

41

33

23

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UNITED STATES ZEPARTME-T OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
WASHI1TJTOrTD, C.
;- May 1952
FARM PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION AND VAILTZ.
OF FIELD AMT SEED CROPS, 1950 ANJ 1951
-This report, one of a series dealing with farm disposition of major fnrm pro-
duct., presents estimates of farm disposition of grains, hay, certain seeds, potatoes
and a few other field crops. Estimated sales from 1950 and 1951 crops snd portions" '
of production used or to be used for designated purposes on farms where gErowmn are
shaqwn In this report. Total estimated production of each' commodity i's that published
in the December 1951 Annual Summary of Crop Production, Quantities shown as fed to
livestock and poultry represent that part of the crop which was fed only on the
farps that produced it; they are not the quantities ultimately used for livestock
feeding. Quantities of principal feed crops sold and used in farm, households, if
any, are. estimated directly and the residual production less household use and
sales -- is shown as used for feed and seed. Grain purchased for feed and seed does
not enter into these feed grain estimates. Some of the products shown as "sold" from
farms are used for feed or seed on other farms in the same or other States, For
certain crops total seed requirements- are shown, and for some a further breakdown is
made to. show home grown seed. The difference between total seed and home grown seed
would thus represent purchased seed which is included in the quantity, sold,

For certain commodities, of which there is virtually no farm use, the entire
production is shown as sales. Sales of some commodities are estimated directly from.
the analysis of surveys in which farmers report production and sales. For others
special disposition inquiries are made in which farmers report their production of
each commodity and the quantities used on their farms for each purpose, Whenever
possible, sales have been checked by enumerations, such as reports ofprocessors, or,
Wy records of handling and shipments by rail, trucks and boats,

Season average prices are, in most cases, the estimated mid-month prices
received by farmers, weighted by estimated quantities sold in each month of the crop
marketing season. The marketing season is shown below the table for each crop,
Season average prices for popcorn, broomcorn, sugarcane for sirup, .maple products,
hops, and most seeds are based primarily upon special survey data. For sugarcane
sirup (except Louisiana) and sorghum sirup, the prices are those reported on
December 1 of each year. Price estimating procedure makes allowance for loans
unredeemed at the end of the crop season and for quantities bought by the Government
under purchase agreements when such transactions are of significant volume,
These season average prices for quantities sold are used also to evaluate total
quantities produced, and quantities used on fans. Value of sales is thus the unit
price applied to quantity sold during the marketing year. In like manner value of
production and of home consumption are computed by applying the season average price
to the quantity produced or used. These value estimates should not be confused with
cash receipts which relate to the calendar year irrespective of the year of
production,
First in the series of farm disposition reports for 1950 and 1951 crops was the
report for fruits and tree nuts published in January 1952. Estimates for cotton and
cottonseed'will appear in the Cotton Report of May 8; those for tobacco appear in
the May 10, 1952 issue of Crop Production; estimates for sugar beets. and sugarcane
are scheduled for the June 10 issue of Crop Production. Reports covering farm
disposition of turkeys, chickens, and eggs, milk and meat animals were issued
between April 9 and 29, 1952, In all of the series except fruit and tree nuts, the
estimates of disposition of 1950 and 1951 production are on the revised level,
reflecting revisions to the bench mark furnished by the 1950 Agricultural Census and
other related data* Revisions of estimates of-farm disposition and value of all'
these commodities for the 1944-49 period will be published as rapidly as possible
during 1952,





WEIT: PRODUCTION, V'RM DISPOSITION, WND VLUU, BY STATES, 1950 CROP


State : Production
- -*


N.Y.
N.J.
Pa.,
Ohio
In l,
tnl.
1 11.
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N. Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Karns.
Del.
Md.
Vs.,
.Va.
*'. CV.
S.c.
Ga.
^-'v.
Tenn.
Alt.

Xrk.
Okla.*
Tex.
Iont.
Idaho
Wyo.
Colo.
IT.Mex.
Xriz.
Utah
Nev.
Wash.
Oreg.
ulif.
U.S.


11,344
1,677
18,986
46,596
3?,193
27,63?
29,666
?,084
15,51?
5.454
23,78?
123,986
33,488
88,48?
S178,060
1, 020
5,162
6:768
1, ?'1
5,340
1,974
1,350
3,720
3,050
170
120

42,363
18,991
91,431L
37,087
6,378
36,909
1,070
700
7,840
471
69,692?
23,693
13,671
1,019,389


: Total : F arm Diiposition
: used U3sedon farms where grown :
for: : F'ed Ground at mill :
seor For seed : to :for home use or ex4
:1 _:liv.stock.:chan.sed for flour :
Thous-nd bushels
855 675 3,176 9
21? 138 587 -
1,7?24 1,500 7,594 270
4,066 3, L15 9,319 180
2,918 ?2,422 3,863 34
?,603 2,082 1,105 .19
2,237 1,901 5,933 76
144 115 1,375 20
1,659 1,1?44 1,706 35
438 328- 545 1
?,418 19475 3,805 27
13,297 11,037 2,480 60
M609 3,687 1,674 20
4,910 3,9?8 ?,654 2?7
13,'96 10, ?38 4,452 18
104 83 194 2
481 370 774 23
613 478 1,963 1L55
139 108 610 54
622 44.2 1,335 630
?5? 189 355 ?15
136 99 256 104
484 339 707 99
277 188 946 ?688
10 7 26 16.
10 6 60
38 '8 129 I
5,95? 3,571 1,695 23
4,234 2,75? 760 3
5,885 4,41k 2,743 25
2,183 1,397 3,338 15
390 273 8?9 4
2,616 1,831 1,107 18
515 381 75 3
36 25 70 7
688 475 2,195 62
30 20 ?83 1
4,034 ?2,219 1,394 1
1,434 860 1,659 2
878 527 110 2
87,427 -65,2?67 74 l 81 _2,851


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, North
Carolina, South Carolirna, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi,
krkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California; July 1 to June 30 for
all other States.

"he values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
iLised with calendar year income,


-2-


Sold



7.48
952
9,622
33,682
25.874
24,426
21s756
574,
12.527
4o580
18,475
110,409
28, 107
81,673
163,352
741
3,995
3,872
449
2.933
., 215
891
P,575
1,628
121
52
94
37,074
15,477
84,252
329337
5.772
33,953
611
598
5,108
167
66,078
21,172
12,732
A877090





WHEAT: PRODUCTION, FM DISPOSITION, IND V\LUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP I/


* Total
.... 1A


State : Production :


LALZW
for


seed
^_1_ K_ ^


N.Y. 10,319 880
N.J. 2,106 214
Pa. 18,832 1,74?
Ohio 34,308 4, I432?
SInd. 23.529 2,801
Ill, 33,383 2,681
Mich. 30,800 2,641
Wis. 1,856 144
Minn, 20,022 1,790
Iowa ?2212 31?
Mo. 2??406 2,128
N,Dak. 150,975 13,505
S.IDak. 57,960 4,?23
Nebr. 58,073 4,910
Kans. 126,113 13,694
Del, 1,189 104
Md. 5,371 476
Va. 7,497 606
W.Va. 1,073 133
NC. 8,763 640
S.C. 3,500 302
Ga. 1,794 151
1w. 3,568 522
Tenn. 3,022 318
Ala. 126 12
Miss. 75 13
Ark. ?79 4?
Okla. 38,902 5,833
Tex. 17,307 3,726
Mont* 97,988 5,951
Idaho 37,968 2,151
Wyo. 6,750 419
Colo. 34,967 ?,66?
N.Mex. 1,094 466
Ariz. 57? 35
Utah 9,081 687
Nev. 502 30
Vah, 75,15? 3,969
Oreg. 28,999 1,432
Callf.; 9,741 931
U.S. 987,474 P8,208
I/ Preliminary


: Farm Disnosition
SUsed on farms where rown -
: ": Fcd g Ground at mill :


: For seed


Thousand
704
137
1,56E
3,856
2?, ?4]
2, 1 4_g
?,?71
115
1.342
?34
1, 83
11,0714
3, 77E
3. 98
10, ?7C
83
357
473
104
474
226
113
365
238

7
3C
3,50C
4, 4?
4.46
1,33L
314
1,863
331
2;
481
2C
2,183
1,00
69


S66,157


4


70,733


2,660


Sold


: to :for home usr or ext
:livestock:changed fLor flour :
Sbushels
2,889 9
569 --
6,403 245
S7,548 165
3,765 31
1,335 2?
5,852? 77
S 1,151 16
S 1,602 '4
553 1
4 705 26
3,020 .61
S ? ,?90 20
S 1 742 27
3 153 8
I 166 2
752 22
1,949 429
569 51
v 1,928 619
560 194
305 94
535 102
S635 228
S19 11
S38 1
) 153 1
) 1,362 20
A 433 3
2, 9 40 ?6
S 3,797 15
S810 4
1,049 18
88 3
? 63 6
?2,361 62
S301 1
S 1,503 1
S 1,450 3
3 390 ?


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, KXnsas, Virginia, N.Car.,
S. Car.e, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabam,, Mississippi, Xrkansas., Oklahoma,
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California; July 1 to June 30 for all other States.

The valued shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
fumed with calendar year income,
-3-


6,717
1,400
10,616
22,739
17.492
29,881
2??,600oo
574
17,044
1, 424
16, 292
136,820
51,172
5, 376
112,682
93-8
4, ?4o
4,646
349
5,742
2,520
1,282
2,566
1,921
88
29
95
34, 020
14,449
90,559
32,822
5,622
32,037
672
481
6,177
180
71,465
?6, 544
.8,651
847,924




*I
WHEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1950.AND 1951 j/ CROPS
7eis-on-aie7agi ------ Value -S-s- -a- -
: price per bu. Value : Value of wheat- Value
State: received by of : for farm : of
: farmers 2/ : production 3/ household use sales
[9 3 I7 -15 -193 5i 193C0? 5i iI5951 9 C 15Ig I
-Dollars Thousand dollars -
N.Y. 1.97 2.16 22,343 22,289 18 19 l4,743 14,509
N.J. 2.03 2.09 3,404 4,402 1,933 2,926
Pa. i.92 2.10 36,453 39,547 518 514 18,474 22,294
Ohio 2.02 2.21 94,124 75,821 364 365 68,038 50,253
Ind. 2.00 2.17 64,386 51,058 68 67 51,7J48 37,958
Ill. 2.05 2.18 56,646 72,775 39 48 50,073 65,141h
;iich. 2.02 2.22 59,925 68,376 154 171 43,947 50,172'
'is. 2.00 2.09 4,168 3,879 40 33 1,148 1,20
Minn. 2.09 2.L4 32,41O 42,847 73 73 26,181 36,474
Iowa 2.03 2.13 11,076 4,712 2 2 9,297 3,033
Mo. 2.00 2.10 47,564 47,053 54 55 36,950 34,213
N.Dak. 2.06 2.09 255,144 315,538 124 127 227,443 285,954
S.Dak. 2.03 2.09 67,888 119,673 41 42 57,057 106,949
Nebr. 2.04 2.17 1860,458 126,018 55 59 167,021 113,656
Kans. 2.02 2.15 359,681 271;.143 36 17 329,971 242,266
Del. 1.96 2.06 1,999 2,449 4 4i 1,452 1,932
Md. 1.95 2.06 10,066 11,064 h5 45 7,790 8,7?3"
Va. 2.08 2.13 14,077 15,969 946 9i4 8,054 9,896
W.Va. 1.99 2.15 2,430 2,307 107 110 894 750
N.C. 2.17 2.10 11,588 18,402 1,367 1,300 6,365 12,058
S.C. 2.16 2.10 4,264 7,350 464 407 2,624 5,292
Ga. 2.08 2.11 2,808 3,785 216 198 1,853 2,705
Ky. 2.08 2.18 7,738 7,778 206 222 5,356 5,594'
Tenn. 2.10 2.20 6,405 6,648 605 502 3,419 4,226
Ala. 2.07 2.20 352 277 33 24 250 194
Miss. 1.96 2.09 235 157 4 2 102 61
Ark. 1.96 2.09 494 583 2 2 184 199
Okla. 2.02 2.18 85,573 84,806 46 44 74,889 74,164
Tex. 1.96 2.18 37,224 37,729 6 7 30,335 31,499
Mont. 1.90 1.96 173,499 192,056 48 51 160,079 177,9496
Idaho 1.85 1.95 68,669 74,038 28 29 59,823 64,003
4Jyo. 1.92 2.00 12,222 13,500 8 8 10,122 11,244
Colo. 2.00 2.11 73,732 73,780 36 38 67,906 67,598
N.Mex. 1.93 2.12 2,068 2,319 6 6 1,179 1,425
Ariz. 1.91 2.18 1,337 1,247 13 13 1,142 i,049
Utah 1.86 1.96 14,583 17,799 115 122 9,501 12,107
Nev. i.93 2.06 910 1,034 2 2 322 371
Wash. 1.98 2.13 137,990 160,074 2 2 130,834 152,220
Oreg. 2.05 2.16 48,570 62,638 4 6 03,403 57,335
Calif. 2.04 2.22 27,889 21,625 4 _4 25,973 _19,205
U.s. 2.00 2.11 _20U2392_2,0B42I^iF_ 5903_ Ij5_ -Il77 _11813
-7 Preliminary.
2/ Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries
valued at toe average rate per bushel, by States.
/-For 1950 value of 1hinter W'heat plus value of all Spring Wheat. Season average
price derived. .
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, nansas, Virginia, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Nississippi,
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, 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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Fu:

CORN: -P2ODUCTION.,AMI DISPOSITIOi ,_ VAL BYSTATEBi,1951_ CROP l/J -
"- : ~_ arm.Dis1ositQ .. i o. Season v:. ale_ -
"- a ; averages Value :
S. Production .For farm, :Value
L 6 : !rice per: .of corn I Value
State far all Feed for house- S old rbu.- eond: : o t.. for farm V ofe
purposes .h seed hold :pod c-. for farm, ofes
by house-- sales
.. use _farmers/_,tio- ohld use:_.
Thousan& bushels 1 Dollars Thousand dollars
tme. 540 S29 1 10 2.20 1,188 2 22
SN.H. 602 599 : 1 2 2.15 1,294 2. 4
Vt. 2,788 2,782 1 5 2.15 5,994 2 11
Mass. 1,692 1,674 1 17 2.15 3,638 2 37
*.I. 287 82 .5 2.15 617 0-2 11
Connm. 1,710 1,6.88 1 ?1 '2.15 3,676 .2 45
N.. 28 116. 27, 79 6 831 1.95 54,826 .12 1,620
3.4. 9 712 7.7.95 3 1,914 1.95 18,938 6 3,732
Pa." 60,766 50,525 69 10,172 1.95 118,494 195.' 19,835
Ohilo 169,536 137.838 90 41,608 1;80 305,165 1 : 74,894
I. 241i415. 1761114 .'64 -65,237 1.70 410,406 1091- 110,903
III. 491 865 276903 33 214,929' 1;75 860,764 .58 376,126
6Mih. 69.056 57,581 9 11 466 1-75 120,8,8 15 20,066
Via. 103 759 99,578 21 4 160 1.70 176,390 7,072
Minn. 215,038 175,723 22 39,293 1-.39 298,903: 31;- 54,617
l0wa 471780 373,683 18 98,079 1.65 778,437 s30. 161,830
mo. 132,0?2 113,130 78 18,814 1.80 237,640 140 33,865
N Dak. 23,332 21,994 2 1,336 1..45 33,831 3 1,937
S.Dak. 85,624 69,056 8 16,560 1.25 107,030 lb 20,700
N:ebr. 187,630 120,410 17 67 193 J.55 290,811 2. 26 104,149
Eans. 58 296 39,.913 12 .18,371 1.75 102,018 21 32,149
-Del. 5,735 21433 6 3,296 1.85 10,610 "11 6,098
Mie. 0,430 '1- 180 38 6,212 1.85 37 796 70 114.92
Va. 11 624 3-1067 1,080' 6477 1.85 77100-1 1,998 11,982
0.'.-Va. 8,580 7,669 202 709 1.90 16,302 38-. 1,347
A.0. 67,611 55,264 -1,896 10,451 1.75 118;319 3,318 18,289
'S.. 26,320 21,936 1,100 -3,284 1,75 46,060 1,925 5,747
.a.. 49,536 41,865 1,950 .5,731 1.75 86,688 3,412: 10,012
hia. 9,616 8j657 231 728 1.60 15,386 370 1,165
80,662 69,605 800 10,257 1,85 149, 2 25 1,480 18,975
TAn. 60,360 51,514 1,440 7,406 1.85 111,666 2,664 13,701
Ala. 46,303 38,828 2,352 5,123 1.80 83,345 4,234 9,221
.isu. 38,141 33,063 1,800 3,378 1.80 68,654 3,240 5,900
Ark. 23,218 19,791 385 9, ,14-2 1.75 4, 632 499 5,498
IL. 16,307 15,053 242 1,012" 1.70 27,722 411 1,720
KLa. 21,156 16,573 108 4,475. 1.65 34,907 178 7,384
Tea, 42,143 31,659 420 10,064-- .1.70 71,643 714 17,109
Maot. 2,392 ".2,369 -- 23 1.85 4,425 -- 43
Idaho 1,962 1,579 -- 333 1.90 3,728 728
"W1o. 780 749 -- 31 .1.80 1,404 .- 56
-.Colo. 15,782 11,711 1 4,070. 1.,85 29,197 2 7,530
H.NMex. 1,116 1,008 22 86 '2.10 2,344 46 181
;Ai-z. 320 173 97 50 2.40 ..768 .- 233 120
-Utah 1,147 1,125 22 2.15 2,466 '.-- 47
.Nofv. 120 120 -- 2.20 264 -
..1 1h. 02 1,010 *. 9? 2.05 2,259 -- 189
Oreg. 1,092 968 -- 124 2.15 2,348 '---- 267
.-:_1-.. ,.,_ ..592. _--._ 20 0_ 5086_ -- 1.584
2-,S--M .SMd3 ,3L6A37_ 14 85R7 fi697._!59 J;6_4.,Q3.156 :?5.9_24- 1.1.80 10
i/ Preliminary. 4V/ Includes an allowance for lndeeemed 1-oan -and. pur chase agree-
ment deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel, by States,
The crown marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for Texas; September 1 to August 31
far Florida, Louisiana and Oklaihoma; October 1 -to Se-Ptember 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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CORN- PRO.XCTIIWT ZAWJ ISP0OSI
t Farm Di_8jsj


Production6
State for all : Peed 'and
pu roses s. seed
8


a


__ _- --- -----".
Thousand bushels


Me. 510 498
N.H. 672 668
Vt. 3,312 3,305
Mass. 1,554 1,543
R.I. 301 295
Conn. 1,800 1,779
N.Y. 28,638 27,716
IT. J. 9,342 7,705
Pa- 60,218 50,644
Ohio 174,938 135,464
Ind. 21S2, 430 165,214
Ili. 422,331 246,683
Mich, 61,032 .52,259
Via. 109,098 103,678
Minn. 197,030 158,605
Iowa 475,203 370,373
Mo. 176,132 137,156
N.Dak. 24.814 23,222
S.Dak. 101,124 73,955
Nebr. 249,012 142,709
Kans. 89,495 57,005
Del. 5,168 2,723
Md. 18,832 13,820
Va, 44,528 36,418
W.Va. 8,806 7,936
N.C. 74,184 61,573
S.C. 31,089 25,364
Ga. 50,514 43,070
Fla. 8,582 7.819
Ky. 78,810 68 775
Term. 69,582 59,513
Ala. 56,954 46,552
Miss. 52,123 43,630
Ark. 32.,242 26,900
La. 17,514 16,165
Okla. 24,346 18,772
Tex, 58,420 39 713
Mont. 3,492 3,453
Idaho 1,680 1,401
Wyo, 954 908
Colo. 13,368 10,173
N.Mex. 1,280 1,093
Ariz. 464 277
Utah 1,080 1,058
Rev. 70 70
Wash. 1,026 925
Ores. 975 892
&aiin._d 2,254 3 ...1557

/ Includes an allowance for


?or farn


house-
hold
use


1
1
1


6
3
69
90
64
33
9
21
21
18
85
2
9
17
11
6
36
1,080
216
19904
1,200
'2,028
231
800
-1,467
2,523
1,900
315
273
110
480


"1
26
97


[QNJ, ;Q.YA2iUE..BY STA"SI.1r gaQP..... _
Ltlon a Season e.T.la -
' : average : Value a Value I.
Siprice per: of lof corni I Value
I Sold. :bu. repilrou. Ifor farml of
S by I-produc. house. I sale
a ... bya.merA /_ _hol_ us~tion
farmera4 3&s_


11
3
6
10
6
20
916
1.*634
9,505
39.374
47,152
175,615
8,754
5,399
38,404
104,812
38,891
1,590
27,160
106,286
32,479


',2A.
2,439
4,976
7,030
654
10,707
4,525
5,416
532
9o235
8,602
7,879
6,593
51027
1,076
5,464
18,227
39
279
46
3,194
161
90
22

101
83
- 21.392
- 24l.1,2


Dollars
2.02
1.92
1.92
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.77
1.77
1.76
1.62
1.59
1.59
1.60
1.59
1.43
1.52
1.48
1.35
1.37
1.45
1p. 3
1.69
1.66
1.70
1.67
1652
1,46
1.52
1.49
1,66
1.63
1.48
J.,4.8
1.39
1.,2
1.46
1.30
1.26
1.64
1.59
1.47
1.60
1.80
2.04
1.87
1.92
1.78
1.93
- 1.87_ _
- i.__ 4,


Thousand dollars


1,030
1,290
6,359
2,968
575
3,438
50,689
16,535
105,984
283,383
337.764
671,506
97,635
173.466
281,753
722,309
260,675
33 499
138,540
351,067
127,978
8,734
31,261
75,698
14- ,706
112,760
45,390
76,781
13,787
130,825
113,419
R4 292
72,451
451784
25,570
.31,650
73,609
5,727
S2,671
1,402
21,389
2,304
947
2,020
134
1,826
1,882
- 5,15Q0
,7a.,5^3 _


2 22
2 6
2 13
2 19

2 38
ii t~ea
11 .1 61

5 892
121 16,729
146 63,786
102 74,972
52 2793028
14 14,006
33 8,084
30 54,918
27 159, 314
126 57 59
2.146
12 372.29
25 154,115
16 46,445
10 4,132
60 8,260
1,836 11,951
361 1,092
'2,894 16,275
1,752 6,606
3,083 8,233
344 793
1,328 15,30
2,391 14,021
3,734 11,661
2,641 9,164
447 7,138
399 1,571
143 7,103
605 223964
61
.-68
2 J5,U0
47 3
198 184
41

-- 180
--- -160

3300 138a696


unreddemed, loan and purchase agreement deliveries


valued at the average rate per bushel, by States,


The crop marketing season is Au.-ust 1 to July 31 for Texas; September 1 to August 31
for Florida, Louisiana and Olahoma; October 1 to September 30 for all other States,

The values shown are for tie marketing season or crone year and should not be cols.
fused. with calendar year income.


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OATS: PRODUCTION, FAR4 DISI-PQSITION, AND. VALUE,. BY STATES, 1950 CROP
-am --s -11jn ea Value._
FaraRi s.'-ition : Season average:,.., -----------------
State Production eedand per bu. : Value of : Value of
:tt ro i ed Sold received by productiono sales
seed .__ armer __ production sa e
a- !- faCers J_ : -.--_ -
... Tlihousfand bushels Dollars .. Thousand dollars
SMe." 4,464 2,678. 1,786 .93 4,.52 1,661
N.H. 205 6R? 6 1.10 27
Vt. 1,120 10 56 1.10 12 26
Mass. 150 147" 3 1.10 R5 3
R.I. 31 31 .-- 1.10 3 --
.-Conn. 140 136 4 1.10 154 4
N.Y. 30,917 27, 825 3,092 ,87 26,898 .2,690
NW.J. 1,521 1,3541 167 .90 1,369 150
Pa. 27,854 24,233 3,621 .87 24,233 3,150
-Ohio 40 ,248 31 ,796- 8,452 .86 34,613 726
Ind. 48,060 37,006. 11,064 .81 38,929 8,95
Ii. 155,636 98051. 57t585 .80 124,509 46,068
Mich. 54,478 459762. 8,716 .82 44,67? .7,147
Wis. 141,814 129,051 12,763 .81 114,869 .10,338
MInn. 188,737 150,990' 3 747 .74 139: q 3
Iowa 20,580 213,758 5 e822 79 213,755 4
a Z,612 95163 8,o4612
5Nek: 352 39180- 15,172 : 3 s512 10,1
S.Dak. 86,086 60,260. 25,826 .71 61,121 18,336
Nebr. 63,576 52,132. 11,444 .78 49,589 8;926
Kns, ?20o,16o 16,531. 3,629 .86 17,338 3,121
D1. 224 207. 17 .93 208 16
AM. 1.598 1,486. 112 .95 1,518 106
Va. 4,378 3,653. 525 .k4 3,678 441
V.Va. 1,590 1:,542 48 .90 1, 431 43
I.C. .11,685 9,34' 2,337 .90 10,516 2,103
g.0. 17,792 12,810 4,982 .88 15,657 4,384
Gab 12,879 9,144 3,735 .90 11,591 3,362
.71'a. 288 265 23 1,43 412 33
.Kn'2,277 2,072. 205 .96 2,186 197
S 5,975 4,840 1,135 96 5,736 1,090
Ala. 2,938 2,409 529 1.04 3,056 550
Miss. 4,300 3,354 946 1.00 4,300 946
Ark. 5,040 3,730 1,310 .94 4,738 1,231
La. '1,032 877 155 .99 1,022 153
Okla. 8,778 7,022 1 756 .84 7,374 1, 475
Tex. 25,818 16,007 9,811 .77 19,880 7,554
Month. 15,651 12,834 2 817 .65 10, 173 .1,831
Idaho 9,768 5,372 4,396 .75 7,326 3,297
VWyo. 4,864 3,697 1,167 .78 '. 3,794 910
Colo. 4,940 3,606 1,334 .91 4,495 1,214
N.Mex. 644 451 193 .91 586 176
Ariz. 430 172 258 .92 396 237
Utah 2,340 1,989 351 .89 2,083 312
Nev. 360 259 101 .97 349. 98
Wash. 8,256 3,550 4,706 .81 6,687 3,812
Oreg. 8,608 4,734 3,874 .88 7,575 3,409
O.alif.2Z2 .22 .. ,004 268 .59 _5. 522 -
U.S. 1,410,464 1,092,334 318,130 .788 1i,115,999 250,785
j/'Includes ab allowance for unred.eernied loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued
at'the average rate per bushel, by States. .
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Kansas, Virginia, 'North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Kenticky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas,
Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New ,'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.





OATS: PRODUCTION, 1iA:t, DISPOSTIONAND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 ChOP ]
Farm lsposjito .Season average: -V-- -
State Production Feed and : :price per bu. Value of Value of
seed : Sold : received b V
-- -- i .-... : rmers -s- production A. a.-a.-e -
Thousand bushels larg- Thousand dollars
Me. 5,016 2,809 2,207 .93 4,665 2,053
N.H. 1IO 176 4 1.10 193 4
Vt. 1,476 1,410 66 1.10 1,624 73
Mass, 200 195 5 1.10 220 6
R.I. J2 32 -- 1.10 35 -
Conn. 124 121 3 1.10 136
N.Y. 36,240 32,254 3,986 .87 31,529 3,468
N.J. 1,638 1,409 229 .92 1,507 211
Pa. 32,340 28,459 3,881 .89 28,763 3,454
Ohio 49,979 38,484 11,495 .86 42,982 9,886
Ind. 50,875 39,683 11,192 .83 42,226 9,289
111. 133,600o 82,832 50,768 .83 110,838 42,137
Mich. 60,183 49,952 10,231 .83 49,952 8,492
Wis. 143,302 127,535 15,763 .83 118 941 13,083
Minn. 212,764 163,828 468936 .78 165t956 38,170
Iowa 182,886 148,133 34 748 .88 160,940 30,578
Mo. 27,738 23,55 3,683 .88 24409 3.39417
N.Dak. 56,811 40,336 16,475 .67 3J,063 11,038
S.Dak. 116,365 81,455 34,910 .75 b7,274 26,182
Nebr. 60,816 4-8,653 12,163 .85 51,694 10,339
Kans. 14,346 11,477 2,869 .93 13,".42 2,668
Del. 256 236 20 .87 223 17
Md. 1, 980 1,832 14b .88 1,742 130
,Va. 4,618 4,192 626 .85 4,095 532
W.Va. 1,600 1,552 44 1.02 1,632 49
N.C. 14,271 10,703 3,565 .90 12,844 3,211
S.C. 16,12c 12,06 4,032 .,3 14,999 3,750
Ga. 10,296 7,722 2,574 1.00 10,296 2,574
Fla. 500 460 40 1.-0 650 52
Ky. 2,136 1,901 235 1.03 2,200 242
Tenn. 4,732 3,691 1,041 1.05 4,C69 1,093
Ala. 2,052 1,642 410 1.17' 2,401 480
Miss. 3,335 2,835 500 1.02 3,402 510
Ark. 3,050 2,226 824 1.o4 3,172 857
La. 1-,204 1,035 169 1.08 1,300 18
Okla. 4,768 4,196 572 .94 4,462 538
Tex. 8,145 5,864 2,281 1.01" 8,-26 2,304
Mont. 10,200 7,650 2,550 .79 8,056 2, o14
Idaho 8,022 4,653 3,369 .88 7,059 2.965
Wyo. 4,694 3,614 1 080 .93 4365 i,004
Colo. 5,820 4,365 1,455 .95 5,762 1,440
NMex, .515 414 104 1.08 559 112
Ariz. 369 140 229 1.15 424 263
Utah 1,886 1,565 321 1.05 1,980 337
Nev. 320 240 80 1.10 352 88
;ash. 6.670 3,135 3,535 .93 6,203 3,288
Oreg. 7r395 &,645 3,550 1.04 7,691 3,692
alif. 4, 220 _9q7 4
---- ------ --- o- 907 3,.41210_ _1.0 j,2__ 2@,Z54-
2*.S._ 1 *1163aq J1!.015L80.8--89lLq.22_0t -V -, ^.3.00i' 9 25 2*3 J-L22. 2 223 .2
;j Preliminary,
2/ Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries
valued at the average rate per bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is June I to May 31 for Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, klorida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, i-ississippi, Arkansas,
Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, 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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'* BAILEY& PRODUCTION, MIRE DISPOSITION. XTF VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP jf
:jrin Disposition : Season average:_ _jVas --
State Production-' : price per bu. : Value : Value
S. S~d old ; received by : of of
,: seed .
-- --- -- -:ed ._,/ farmers_ :..rotction._ sales
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 192 159 33 1.30 25o 43
Tt. 33 31 2 1.45 48 3
N.Y. 2,516 2,315 201 1.23 3,095 747
:LJ. 684 472 212 1.23 8'. 261
Pa. 5,"116 4,604 812 1.18 6,391 958
Ohio .194 435 59 1.18 583 70
Tnd. 494 435 59 1.26 622 74
Ill. 868 4?77 39l 1.32 1,146 516
Mich. 3,876 2,442 1,434 1.21 4,690 1,735
Vis. 6,633 4,444 2,189 1.28 8,490 2,802
in. .38,555 10,024 28,531 1.22 47,037 34,808
6IWa 693 312 3p1 1.16 .804 442
'*o. 1,075 925 150 1.28 1,376 .192
.$Dak. .51,336 15,401- 35,935 1.10 56,470 39,528
$.Mak. L9,693 9,847 9,846 1.06 20..875 10,437
4ea. 4,620 3,788 832 1.18 5,452 982
;i=. 1,547 1,253 294 1.5 1,934 368
Del. 341 273 68 1.13 385 77
$4. 2,470 2,075 395 1.13 2,791 446
:a. 2,624 2,309 315 1.15 3,018 362
"tVa. 286 255 31 1.35 386 42
-.C. 1,260 1,058 202 1.33 1,676 .269
;SBC. 400 312 88 1.46 584 128
a.. 90 74 16 1.49 134 24
. 1,192 1,049 143 1.21 1,442 173
.Teann. '80 813 167 1.35 1,323 225
Ark. 72 62 10 1.16 84 12
:OCla. 198 178 20 1.32 261 36
Tex. 518 295 223 1. 37 658 283
.Mont. 12,880 6,311 6,569 1.08 13,910 7,095
Id-ho 10,432 4,694 5,738 1.25 13,040 7,172
Vyfo, 4,587 3,165 1,422. 1... 5,504 1,706
-Co. 9,541 7,251 2,290 1.,.9 12,308 2,954
.,Mex. 430 314 116 1.31 563 152
Ariz. 4,900 980 3,920 1.44 7,056 5,645-
Utah 6,072 .4,493 1,579 8,622 2,242
.Nev. 816 408 408 1.51 1,232 616
Wash. 3,384 1,015 3,369 1.34 4,535 3,174
Ofe. lO,110 3,235 6,875 1.40 14,154 9,625
.- -. 42360_ _5..5.Q 57__ 36853 1.52 1387_ 56.-017
2._.-- 254.648 _103,490_ _151.178_ .1.237 -- ---38..J-7_ 7 -1a1931_
S'Prpeliz.inary.' 1F Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agree-
ment deliveries valued at the r.verage rate per bushel, by States,
The crop marketing. season is June 1 to :ty 31 for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indina,, 'llinois, Ilisehourl, Kansas, Delaware, iiaryland, Virginia, West Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma,
Texan, New Uiexico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all other States.

The values shown are for the marketing season or. cron year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income.


9 -


BB m mm





BALEY: FrROUCTION, FAMI DISPOSITIO, AND TALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP
- - r --- -
SZ: s _aami.sEoiiLon.n_ : Season average:_ Vale -
St P,* tio ee : : price per bu.: Value a Value
State Proton seed Sold : received by : of : of
S- -- Le- rMnsrsa :/.._._producogtoa.:_ _sales


Thousand bushels


Dollars


Thousand dollars


Me. 204 167 37
Vt.. 26 24 2
TN.Y. 2,754 2,506 248
1r.J. 640 467 173
Pa. 6,461 5,427 1,034
Ohio 728 604 124
Ind. 6 ?4 593 31
III. 1,176 541 635
l1ich. 3,910 2,268 1,642
Xis. 8,979 3,322 5,657
Minn. 36,308 9,077 27,231
Iowa 1,696 678 1,018
Mo. 1,640 1,410 230
N.Dak. 51,504 14,421 37,083
S.Dak. 18,942 8,534 10,418
Tebr. 4,650 3,'141 1,209
Kans. 3,683 2,983 700
Del. 336 269 67
Md. 2,635 2,213 '122
Va. 2,714 ..,388 326
W. Va. 406 365 41
N.C. 892 749 143
S.C. 340 252 88
Ga. 110 90 20
Ky. 1,679 1,444 235
Tennrm. 1,054 864 190
Ark. 84 72 12
Okla. 702 541 161
Tex. 1,625 1,219 406
Month. 23,430 11,012 12,418
Idaho 14,840 6,530 8,310
Wyo. 4,228 2,960 1,268
Colo. 9,536 5,626 3,910
N.Mex. 594 434 160
Ariz. 7,850 1,570 6,280
Utah 6,204 '.,34--3 1,861
Nev. 792 -436 356
Wash. 8,763 .1,928 6,835
Oreg. 10,784 3,030 7,764
Calif._ _6,_OlO _5_1_ _5., _
.S. 30,5,33 ._1.0-.17_ 9 19.3,Z544
6YQ175. _9_ 1 _
SIncludes an allowance for unredeemed loan and
valued at the average rate ner bushel, by States.


1.42 290 53
1.51 39 3
1.18 3,250 293
1.09 698 189
1.05 6,784 1,086
1.16 844 144
1.18 736 37
1.28 1,505 813
1.20 4,692 1,970
1.41 12.660 7,976
1.33 48,290 36,3Z7
1.20 2,035 1,222
1.20 1,968 276
1.19 r1,290 44,19
1.17' 22,162 12,189
1.09 5,068 1,318
1.14 4,199 798
1.06 356 71
1.041 2,740 439
1.15 3.121 375
1.08 438 44
1.32 1,177 189
1.37 466 1231
1.47 16D 29
1.09 1,830 256
1.25 1,318 238
1.17 98 14
1.18 828 190
1.08 1,755 436
.95 22,258 111,79
1.01 14,988 8,393
1.05 4.,439 1,331
1.14 10,871 4,457
1.14 677 182
1.09 8,556 6,845
1.16 7,197 2,159
1.22 966 434
1.12 9,815 7,655
1.25 13,480 9,705
1..22. 7 2 6_2.M-
1.19__ __ .A7.,2_58__ '__ .598
purchase agreement deliveries


The cron marketing season is June 1 to Ua.'- 31 for 1iew Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohto,
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Delaware, :iaryland, Virginia, 'Test Virgint
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Xentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, klpahoma,
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California; Jul'- 1 to June 30 for all other States,

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop :rear and should not be con.-
fused with calendar year income,


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_R= TO P.BODIVTO40),1_Fj&BM BIA'Q~iT.ION.,_AjD_VjjLjE. BYSTAXEg.v135Q fiHP-
F' -DiPsjitjoon
". .-". : Total % -- usea on- 3r0s w7crogown o -
SState ':Production: used for: : Fed to :Ground at mill for:
: seed : For seed :livestock :home use or ex- :
: A -... -- .- changed d .for flour A
T h o u a an d b u s h e 1 s
,Y. 332 196 31 136
|B J. 228 160 32 34 -
Pa. 202 34 18 143 2
Obio 528 101 31 269 1
Ind. 770 182 56 262 -
i11. 675 146 44 236
Mich. 870 262 73 252
Wis, 1,150 224 123 472 8
Minn. 2,349 376 214 141
i lowa 208 46 12 73
Mo. 330 116 32 99 1
SNDak, 2,310 290 188 23 2
SSDak, 5,460 786 479 437 5
Nebr, 2,464 390 179 616
'Kan 420 96 36 151
Del. 252 57 30 53 -
i l. 168 86 23 50 2
i Va 280 232 49 112 2
V -.Va< 28 9 2 20 -
11.C, 200 120 29 88 3
SS.C. 60 28 8 17
SGa. 28 24 4 5
ly 242 153 26 65
'lTernn. 220 98 25 70 -
lOkLa. 225 129 41 94 -
STax. 196 93 33 49 -
SMont. 156 27 8 39 -
ldAaho 52 10 4 16 -
iWyo. 55 25 5 30 -
iColo. 210 59 19 59 -
iNMex. 30 6 3 5 -
SUtah 50 15 7 25 1
* Wash, 207 67 20 27 -
Oreg. 242 135 34 73 1
Calif. 60 23 9 30 -
S- --- ---- 21-2 -- 4-----801 -,927 ----- 27 1 -- -- ---31 --
J;S. -21,1257 4,501- 1,9227 492?1 -- -- -- ----31---


Sold


1 65
162
39
227
S452
395
545
.547
.1,991
123
198
2,q97
4,539
1,669
233
169
93
117
6
80
35
.-19
151
125
S90
.114
109
32
20
132
S22
17
S160
134
21
15,028


The crop marketing season is June 1 to MIay 31 for Missouri, JKansas, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, K[entucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas,
New Mexico, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all other Stn.tes.


The values
fused with


shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
calendar year income.


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RYE: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AD) VALUE, BY STA TS, 1951 CBOP /
*- -; -ar! o -
Total :...-....UsssL-on ftfna= hra prc *wnf -
State Production : used for s Fed to Ground at mill for :!
: 2 seed : For seed : livestock home use or ex- : old
.- -- .- -, -- --. L fhne o liu -, .
T h o u s an1 d b U a h e 1 s
N.y. 222 196 24 93 105
N.J. 209 158 28 46 135
Pa. 186 30 16 136 2 32
Ohio 288 95 20 138 1 129
Ind. .625 164. 52 225 3.
Ill. .611 123 37 183 391
Mich. 868 207 72 434 362
Wis, li16 141 85 502 8 521
Minn. 2,850 270 194 200 2 2,454
Iowa 140 38 10 49 81
Mo. 275 116 27 55 1 .. 192
N.Dak. 2,562 226 147 51 2 %2,3W
S.DAA. 6.656 495 332 333 5 5,986
Nebr. 1,717 300 159 584 97
Kans. 285 92 29 86 .170
Del. 276 57 31 61 -
Md. 203 86 28 61 2 112
Va, 276 239 45 80 2 149
W. Va, 26 9 2 13 V A
N.C, 210 144 27 84 3 96
S.C. 75 34 7 21 ?
Ga. 44 38 6 8 30
Ky. 204 153 23 61 120i
Tenn. 150 98 20 50 80.
Okla, 225 161 45 72 _.3
Tex, 78 102 26 27 25
Mont, 94 24 7 33 54
Idaho 45 8 3 14 28
Wyo. 66 24 6 33 27 '
Colo, 240 57 20 96 124
Im
N,Mex. 25 4 2 4 19
Utah 45 10 5 22 1 .17
Wash, 154 55 15 48 91
Oreg. 276 135 34 77 1 164
Calif. 88 23 10 44 34
S7- -- -- -- -- ----- ------- --- -- ------------- -
U.S. 210 _.l21 44,go 29 30
I. -21,413- -4 4,029 -
If Preliminary.


The crop marketing season
Carolina, Southi Carolina,
and California; July 1 to


is -June 1 to iia',- 31 for lilssouri, iansas, Virginia, North
Georgia, KX-ntucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico,
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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RYEs: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, A;D0 VAiLL. BY STATES
S1950 and 1951 1l/ CROPS
"Seaso---------aver- ...........--------- -------
-Saion .Value
Price per bu L- -
State. : received by :. Value of : Value of rye for : Value o
3 farmers productionn :farm household.use : sales
_,.F 1.250 : j95i125 .J 9251 L 1950- ..1251 L 1950Q L
Dollars .:C h o I& s a n d d o 1 .1 a r s
I N.Y. 1.39 leji4 46l 329 .- .229
N.J,1 1.44 1.52 328 318 33
Pa. 1.40 1.50 233 79 3 3 55
Ohio 1.41 1i,66 744 478 1 2 3-0
In... 1.38 1.66 1,063 b,038 624
'll, 1.31 1.(5 884 1,008 517
Mich 1,'8 1,59' 1,114 1,380 68
Wis. 1.31 1,54" 1,506 1,719 10 12 717
Minn. 1.32 1.57 3,101 4 ,474 4 3 2,628
Iowa 1.26 1.54 262 216 155
Mo. 1.4? 1.68 469 462 1 2 281
N.Dak,. 1. 3 1.47 2,341 3,766 2 3 2,579
S.Dak,. 1,28 1.517 6,989 10,051 6 8 5,810
Nebr. 1.22 1.49 3,006 2,558 2,036
Kans. 1.26 1.56 529 445 294
. Del@ 1.66 1.53 418 422 281
1,k. 1.54 1.5, 259 119 3 3 143
a, 1.52 1,61 4a6 444 3 3 178
W.Va. 1.55 14.7 43 45 9.
N.C. 2.19 2,21 438 464 7 7 175
S.C, 2.27 2.31 136 173 -79
Ga. 2.53 2.50 71 110 48
4, 1.65 1.,7 399 381 249
STenn, 1.81 2,Ou 398 300 -226
Okla, 1.32. e1.59 297 358 119
Taex. 1.12 1.50 220 117 128
Mont. 1,07 1.35 1 127 1- 17
I Idaho 1,17 1.50 61 68 37
SWyo. 1.12 1.47 62 97 27
Colo. 1.13 1.52 '37 363 149
N.Mex. 1.33 1.51 40 38 29
Utah 1.72 1.7 86 75 2 2 ;9
' Wash. 1.42 1.54 294 237 227
SOreg. 1.37 1948 332 408 1 1 184
ali_.f, ....i_ 3_.6., i,0.^ -. 82^ 1 2^ _-_ _-. ,,29
US 131 1,54 28,046 33,201 43 49 19 634-
IFPefi-a-; --. ---- -


f

.1951 _

: 155
205
48
;14
578
645
576
.80'."
3 ,853
125
'323
3,472
9,039
1,451
265
282
176
240
S10
212
109
75
724
160
172
38
.-73
42
40
,188
S29

140
.243
-.51
24,283


2/ Includes an allo'-ance for quantities of unredoemecd loan tand purchase agreement
deliveries valued at the average loan rate pur bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for hissouri, Kansas, Virginia, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklinhcna, Texas, 1'ew Mexico,
and California; July 1 to June 30 for all otner States,

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


-13-





BUCK1HF1T: PRODUCTION., FARM DISPOSITION, AIMD VaLUE, BY STATES, 1950 CKPM
s Farm i 8isOpitiof -------------------- Value '
*_ S
: : Use a" w-he-r -s- -
S: To : d "round o: a .. s w er Value eaaon
-I IFTa
:round. .- s. :v. Value of5


Total I


State :Produc- :


*
*
*
*


tion


Me,
Ne.
11. Ye
Pa.
Ohio
Ind.
ill*
;iich.
Wis.
"inn.
N.Dak
S.Dak4
Md.
Va.
I.Va.
Tenn.
U.S.


s at mill


S


used 3 : Fed. t:for home :
for :For : to : use or :
seed 4 seed :live- :exchanged :
S-:stock:for flour:
Thousand bushels
5 4 i41 19
59 44 845 3
70 52 710 11
13 7 176 1
2 1 15 -
3 2 18
13 6 113
28 18 231 1
zi 14 136 1
4 2 28
2 1 17?
4 3 48 4
2 2 28 2


* S

88
1,462
1,121
270
40
36
264
357
252
60
36
63
36
123
231
- 4,439


6
6
168


99
175
-2,680
"27660


6
1
- "49


: price i
Sold "perbu.s
S: rec'd. I


24
570
340
8f
24
16
145
107
101
30
18
8
4
12
49
1,542


Sby :
!farmers-;
Dollars
1.45
1,07
*. 1.07
S 1,06
1,16
1.16
? 1,16
1902
S 1.13
S .93
S .91
.90
1.29
1.55
1.53
S 1,40
1008


Value
of


tbuckwbhea:
t:for farm:
:*househol&


produc- : use


Thousand dollar'" *


.128
1,564
1199
.286
S46
42
269
403
*234
55
32
81
56
188
323
4,906



S 28
3
12
1
* 1


-1-
1
S
S^

3
9
S 1
64'


BUCKi.HEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, a.M VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP I/


- -- --- -- -- - -1-I


Me.
N.Y.
Pa.,
Ohio
Ind.
ill*
I111.

Wis.
Minn.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Hid,
Va,
W.Va.
Tenn.


63
908
944
209
30
48
210
319
204
48
28
63
33
114
119


_U.5. J340


27
522
6c3
131
-11
25
103
196
110
24


220 149 .2A082


"16
3
8
1



1


16
345
227
71
18
22
101
102
82
24
14
8
4
11
24


1,60
1.45
1.40
1.40
1,40
1.40
1.35
1,30
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.40
1,80
1.80
1.60


101
1,317
1,322
293
42
67
284
415
2 5
55

32
88
59
205
190


4 _I1069 --- 139 41705- 62


1./ Preliminary

The crop marketing season is Se'tember 1 to August 31

The values shown are for the marketing season 'or crop ydar and should not be con-
fused '-ith calendar year income,


: sales


8
7
241


35
610
372
'91
28
'19
a]"
121
94
271
16
10

18
6
1 -661


- -


2&
500
3R8
99
25,
31,
13 6;
133,
54
28
1.6
.1'

2
3,
Si,48]


6
1
49







: Stat


1K -
11.
'Ill.

Mich,
Wis.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N.Dak.
S.Dak.
Kans,
Okla.
Tex.
Month.
Wyo.
Ariz.
Wash,
Oreg.
Calif,



, Mich.
I wise
Mina.
: Iowa
Mo.
: L.Dak.
S.Dak,
Kans.
Okla,

.Mont.*
Vityo.
SAri,
Wash,
Calif.
'5.S._


FLAXSED:
38
S150
10,845
630
5
15,272
4,584
82
32
75
198
5
126
22
A.232 ,
1,32.0 _


PRODUCTI01
6
8
921
50

1,088
376
13
4
85
14

2

-P34
2.60l


FARM DISPOSITION, AN
3 35
5 .145
599 10,246
32 598
5
653 14,619
244 4,340
5 77
1 .31
6 69
6 192


-C-fl


'---U
8
.~1~562


5
126
22
-1 2730
-3_.24o


D VALUE, BY STATES,
3o75
3075
355 38
3.30 2
3,15
3.55 54
3.45 15
2.95
2ao0
4.00
3.45
3.40
4.25
3.90
4,74 8
S.bo_ 121


1951 CRUP
142
562
,500 36
,079 1
16
,216 51
,815 14
242
90
300
683
17
536
86
,_38 8
.5;22 11:5


2/_1
131
544
,373
,973
16
,897
,973
227
87
276
662
17
536
86
,200
,298 -


i/ Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase
valued at the average rate per bushel, by States,


agreement deliveries


2/ Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is January 1 to October 31 for California; May 1 to
April 30 for Texas and Arizona; June 1 to May 31 for Kansas and Oklahoma; July 1 to
June 30 for all other States.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year aid should not be con-
fused with calendar year income0


- 15 -


FLAXSiEED: PRODUCTION. FARM.DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP
--- ----------19 2 R2P-
: ZarmwDispoaitionh : Season av, L Malue -
e : Produc- : Total ;Used for seed : price per bu.Value of ; Value of
: tioi : used for i on farms : Sold : received by : pro- : sales
3 : seed where grown : farmers iluction :
_ :_ -_. -- -.-- .. .. _. --
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
14 14 3,23 45 45
S 42 5 3 39 3.12 131 122
155 11 7 148 3.47 538 514
13,387 1,070 653 12,734 3.41 45,650 43,423
1,194 61 40 1,154 3.46 4,131 3"993
14 1 -- 14 3.22 45 45
17,181 1,088 653 16,528 3.26 56,010 53;881
4,527 388 241 4,286 3.37 15,256 14,444
168 10 5 163 2,91 489 474
27 4 1 26 2.70 73 70
1,268 32 11 1,257 2.99 3,791 3',758
561 21 10 551 3.21 1,801 1,769
5 1 -- 5 3.03 15 15
247 4 -- 247 4.00 938 988
14 1 -- 14 3.49 49 49
16 .. 16 3o32 53 53
1,416 46 11 1, 405 3,86_ ,466 5,423_
40,236 21.24 1A25 2.-4 134,M31 _129.0o66




SOntJH)Ui.; GRAINS PRODUCTION FAIN LISPOSITION, AID VALUE8 BY STATES, 1950 CROP
W -; -S St .-i hinDp wo nea-son a7- -; W f C -1 -
State Prdduction I -Feed ptice per bus;. Value. a Value
S, .. a and. Sold : feceivea by: of; "'of
SL... -_ :J, farmers u1 rAduction sales
Thousand bushels Dd' llar Thousand dollars
Ind. ..54 34 20 1.14 62 23
Mo, 615 523 92 14I0 676 101
SDak. 1,175 823 352 1.04 1,222 *366
iJebr, 4,850' 2,570 2.280 1.01 4,898 .303
Kans. 44, fo89 17,376 26,813 1,0/ 47,817 28,690
N.C. ( 90 485 207 1.31 `904 271
S.C. 15 2L 126- 26 1.37 208 16
ala. 595 524 71 1.32 785 94
Ark. 4 93 394 99 1.19 '587 J A8
La. 32 28 4 1.34 43 '5
Okla. 17,520 9,286 8,234 1.05 18,396 8,64
Tex. 144,566' 39,033 105,533 1.02 147,457 i., 64
Colo,. 1,236 618 618 1.20 1;483 742
N.Mexh r 8,417e 1,7(3 6, 649 1.06 8,922 ,048
Ariz. 3,520 352 '3,168 1.32 4,646 4,182
Calif 46---- 38 A 86 -- -- 44 6--71 4t2
--------. Z332.27B--------Z5826 __ 152t252 .iQ95 -25483741^720

: SO?.1IUjM ,R IN.: PRODUCTION, FAliii DTSPOSITIOJ,- AND) ViLU J, SY" STATES, 1951 C HOF/
r n -* ; .' '- -. .'
Tmnd. 28 24 4 1.43 41 6
Mo. *t ,:" r7 391 .340 .. 51 1.46 571 74
S.Dak. ,. 216 .99 117 1.29 279 151
Nebr1, 1,(64. 1,015 69 1.32 2,196 857
Kans, 57,310. 17,193 40,117 1.34 76,795 53,757
.C. 990 693 297 1.54 1,525 457
S.C. 74 65 9 1,62 120 v15
Ala. 323, 304 19 1.54 .497 29
Ark.. ; ,. 315. 271 44 o1.46 .460 6
La. 16 14 2 1.46 23 3
Okla. 16,768 7,378 9,390 1.34 22,469 12 .583
Tex. 71,085. 17,771 53,314 i. 2-6 89,567 6717?6
Colo. 3,048. 762 2,286 1.37 4,176 3,132
N.Mex. 3,410. 1,057 2,353 -1.37 4,672 3#22k
ariz. 1,092 240 852 1472 1,955 1,525
Calif. 2,535. 659 1,8-76 1,85 4,690 3,471
~~~~- -- --------------- ---- ---- -- ---- ------- --
U.S._, ~ _..1-59. 265-2 2..883 11381 2 2012036_ _6,.2k
*.1 Based on the reported price of Grai'ri Sorghum. : Includes an allowance for unre-
deemed lobn and purciiase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel,
by States.

t/ Preliminary.

The'crop marketing season is Jvly 1 to Juno 30 for Texas; September 1 to August 31
for N, Carolina, S Carolina, Louisiana, and Okclanoma;' Octo'bor 1 to September 30
for all other States.

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







. PO
State



Ohio
Ind.
eib.
Mich.
Ibwa.
Mo,




I We%,r.
Kans.

0la.
Fex.


PC


: : Farm :Season average :.---_ .. _Value _
*: Production :_..Disosltion :price per 100 Value : Value
S: Sold : lb. ear.corn : of : of
Sol ._ :rec'd yv. farmereyprod.ction : sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
24,000 Practically 3.50 840 810
331440 3.50 1,170 1,170
43,050 all 3,90 1,679 1,679
4. 4 20 3.00 133 133
40,560 production 2.75 1,115 1,115
S32,000 ?.60 832 832
*. 16500 sold 2.40 396 396
11375 2.80 318 318
16837 from 3.40 572 57?2
165'50 2.95 479 479
3,638 farms 2.85 104 io4


242,070


3.16


7,638


7,638


POPCORN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP I


22,680
36,080
S33,490
4, ?78
S23,200
S15,000
15,000
4,000
24,056
12,350
1,445


Practically

all

production

sold

from

farms


191,579


1/ Preliminary-],

'The values shown are for the marketing season
fused with calendar year income.


or crop year and should not be con-
or crop year and should not be con-


4.30
4.30
4.70
3.80
4.10
4.50
4.00
4.30
4.60
3.30
3.10

4.29


975
1,551
1,574
163
951
675
60oo
172
1,107
408
45


975
1,551.
1,574
163
951
675
6oo
172
1,107
408
45

8,221


8,221


;OBN:


----- ------------------


PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES. 1950 CROP





rex. -2_

L/ Includes an


225
_i5 _225


2..,.242._ 2 g,530 284L507


2.47_ 237,&82 701


allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries


:alued at the average rate per bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is Sentember 1 to August 31.
"he values shown are for the marketing season or cro-n year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income.

HOPS: PRODUCTIOY, FA DISPOSITIOd, AID V.LUS, ?Y :TAT-S 1950 CROP


------------L- -
S _: Production: Disosit ion
State :Produc-: havin :For farm :
"tt hvn Sold
: tlon : value i/,household: Sold
--_ _._ use __ _]:
Thousand pounds


Season av. :_ alue --
price per : Value : Value
lb. rec'd. : of I of
jy_farmers :_product ion" t _sales
Cents Thousand dollars


Idaho 1,855
"ash. 24,081
Oreg. 16,279
Calif. 16,136


1,589 No farm 1,589 .60 953 953
20,686 household 20,636 .65 13,446 13,446
13,787 use of 13,787 .59 8,134 8,134
14,016 hons 14,016 .51 8,550 8,550
~- ------------------------------------


states 58,351 50,079 50,078 .621 31,083 31,083
_j Production having value and. sold represents the salable quantities under the Hop
Control Board regulations whether harvested or not.

The crown marketin.- season is Se-otember 1 to Aurust 31
The values shown are for the marketing season or crown year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income. 18 -


SOYBZANS FOR BZIS: _PRODU.CTIOLI, FAX DISPOSITION7, A, D V)L75, BY STATES, 1950 CRP
1 : U FarmDisgpiloQjp_ :Season av.:_ Value _
: Pro | Total :Used on farms here grown: :price per : 7alue : Value
State.duction:used foray Fed Sold :bushel re-: of : of
Stateucto seed : For seed to :ceived by :produo-: sales
on! .1--~~~~ :f~rme sJ_..to
- A-- -s :_ A, _l co .e_:_ lrh _.f.firB ttlof :
Thousand bushels ..Dollar s Thousand dollars
N.Y. 126 13 4 63 59 2.59 326 153
N.J. 390 62 37 66 287 2.76 1,076 793
Pa. 420 73 34 139 247 2.45 1,029 .605
Ohio 24,525 1,854 1,316 245 22,9S4 2.55 62,539 58L558
Ind. 37 170 1,991 1,493 372 35,305 2.40 89,208 84,732
Ill. 95,736 4,456 3,364 191 92,101 2.49 238,383 229,531
Mich. 2,290 192 131 68 2,081 2.61 5,951 5,431
'i s. 462 82 62 32 368 2.63 1,215 968
Aiinn. 17,794 1,368 848 178 16,768 2.48 44,129 41,565
Iowa 42,460 1,882 1,261 382 40,817 2.6-' 112,094 107,757
4o. 27,807 1,560 1,014 100 26,693 2.33 64,790 62,195
I. Dal:. 430 34 14 2 414 2.4C0 1,066 1,0l 7
S.Dak. 875 69 41 9 825 2.41 2,109 1,988
Nebr. 1,200 72 43 18 1,139 2.40 2,880 2,734
Kans. 7,146 396 265 36 6,845 '.33 16,650 15,949
Del. 882 124 77 20 785 2.41 2,126 1,892
Md. 1,139 162 89 120 930 2.33 2,654 2,167
V'a. 2,888 322 09 101 2,578 2.49 7,191 6,419
,.Va. 15 20 2 3 10 2.77 42 28
.C. 4,752 743 528 143 4,081 2.47 11.,737 10,080
3.C. 744 132 66 22 656 2.83 2,106 1,856
;a. 286 91 46 14 226 2.93 838 662
'la. 133 10 3 4 126 2.15 286 271
.y. 2,205 31 16 44 2,145 2.53 5,579 5,427
'enn. 3,528 381 229 28 3,2?71 2.35 8,291 7,687
Ala. 1,387 170 34 7 1,346 2.16 2,996 2,907
iiss. 8,950 826 479 45 8,426 2.21 19,780 18,631
Ark. 12,492 815 -!489 50 11, 953 2. 27 28,357 17,133
.a. 666 202 30 20 616 2.35 1,565 1,448
3kla. 391 60 18 8 365 2.12 829 .774


I




FANS OR BEAlS: PRODUCTION4 FARM DISPOSITION, AoD VALUE, BY STATESi 1951 CROP j
1 t -- ar Di so iio:a m i .Season av.: Value -
iQ. 3 Pro- S Total Used on farms whore &rkwn: iprica per :Value a Value
itate :duction:used for: FC ""' :Sold ;bushel re-:' of b. of


SI seed : For seed 2 to a :cE
._ ._ -- lives tocl_ :f
Thousand bushels ]
.T 126 11 3 63 60
4J .330 57 40 20 270
a, .374 66 33 97 244
lhie 21,356 1,762 1,251 299 19,806
M4 36,448 1,912 1,434 547 34,467
li, 94,562 4,306 3,230 189 91,143
MIch. 2,460 180 126 74 2,260
is, .638 74 56 45 537
Milnn, 18,848 1,492 895 113 17,840
,Iowa 32,508 1,750 1,138 293 31,077
'Mb. 25,800 1,944 1,166 258 24,376
1XDak. 364 37 15 2 347
S, Dak, 870 76 42 9 819
Bebr, 1,276 97 48 19 1,209
Eahs., 5,814 534 320 58 5,436
Del, 884 124 77 13 794
id,4 1,232 167 100 74 1,058
a, 2,988 317 209 90 2,689
3Vae 14 18 2 4 8
,0, ,950 714 493 198 4,259
c 1,038 149 74 30 934
.220 96 148 13 159
s 144 12 4 136
S 2;470 311 156 49 2,2z5
enne 3,202 393 196 32 2,974
1,584 .178 36 5 1,543
5,950 942 565 30 5,355
k 12,444 1,041 625 50 11,769
S578 205 31 17 530
is 1,040 130 39 31 970
-- -- _- ---
280,_512 1907 Z 12,452 ,26 9 3
preliminary,
SIncludes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase
alied at the average rate per bushel, by States.
e crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.


agreement deliveries


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be
confused with calendar year income,
HOPS: PRODUCTION 7 AI, I DISPOSITIOIT, M) 'PAjTJS, DY STATES 1951 CR0? 1/
Production-- isps on Scason av. :
State Produc avi :For farm ? price per : Value :,aJe
S .having
tion .value "/household:Sold j/ Ib. recld. : of of
: use a _bL farmers .production 1 sa-les
Thou-pnd pounds Cents Thousand dollars


'daho 2,5y:3 1,875 'To farm 1,875 G65 1,219 1,219
ash 27,3'57 20,153 household 20,153 ,69 13, 906 13,906
Ireg 10, 774 13,476 use of 13,476 .<5 P,759 ,759
:Oalif. 1L,535 11,055 hos 11 ,055 .71 7,849 7,C49
k *b_ ^H --- --- ----- -- -_ -_ -_ ^ ^ -^ ,- "_ ^ -_ __^ - -- -- -- --
A States 63,239 46,559 46,559 .682 31,733 31,733
y irelmina-yi-27 -PRoducT'i6 h o aving Va-u-easd-so- repFesenis the alabee quanTifie under the
p Control Board regulations whether harvested or not,
f2 crop marketing season is September 1 to Auist 31. The values shown are for the marketing
Wsason and should not be confused with calendar year income.


Divedd by :pro- I. sales
irmors 2/ductionsa- -.
Dollars Thousan.d dollars
2.80 353 168
2.85 940 .770
2.75 1,028 ,671
2.70 57,661 53,476
2,70 98,410 93,061
2.75 260,046 250,643
2,70 6,642 6,102
2.65 1,691 1,423
2.65 49,947 47,276
2.70 87,772 83,908
2,70 69,660 65,815
2.55 928 885
2.60 2,262 2F129
2.65 3,381 3,204
2.65 15,407 14,405
2.60 2,298 2,064
2.65 3,265 2,804
2.65 7,918 .7 126
2.70 38 6
2,60 12,870 11,073
3.00 1,I14 2,802
3.00 660 ,477
2.55 367 347
2.70 6'669 6,116
2.,65 8,485 7,881
2.55 4,039 3,935
2.55 15,172 13,655
2.60 32,354 30,599
2.65 1,572 1,~104
2.60 2,704 2,522
-aO 776 -_.7!6
2670 75 L77611 716~Q




h.. ,. .I
CO'TLAS_9FORPEA8.t PROd(YTI6N,_AMDSOIIvfYSA"
.CO.T^^ORr jPdSTfk, PSP^OSITION,...M XLM `-'BY SSA S.9~f IL gP
S: :- Di rn ijosion- t Season Value
aUsed. onfarmsn where ecox:aaverae;l Value of:
T: lTotai: : For : a prlte : Value :cowpeas I
State 4Produc-: used: : Fed : farm : ,per bu.: of :for:farm: 'alue
S: tlon : for : For : to : house-: Sold : redcd :prod.uo-: house- : of


: : seed: seed :live-.: hold i
:- : : stock .use_ :
6 'nousand bushels


: by : tion : hold


- _:faZmner.:_
Dollar
4 2.77
75 2.70
11 2.82
37 2.81
10 3.82
38 4.50
133 41.98
172 4-1.26
3 4.77


Ind.
I11.
Mo.
Kans.
Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
Ky.
Tennm,
Ala.
Hiss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Tex._
U.S.


COWPEAS FOR PEAS: PRODTJCTIOU, F-7221 DISPOSITION,


10 1
44 23
54 28
20 38
-2 23
28 30
- 76 .52
568 352 _


85
6
35
11
34
168
187
3

5
64
65
50
18'
37
170
- -1420


6
96

48
16
99

336
14

26
202
202
156
98
202
S922
- ,_234


4.50
4.00
4.40
3.90
4.50
3.70
3.60 _
4.-05 _.


: shles


STho_ ud Dollar
Thousand. Dollars ""


17
259
45
135
61
446
13469
1,431
67


114
824
891
580
424
644
- -3190_
10.9o


.U, BY STATES,
17
374
30
140
64
446
1,584
1,500
60


81
624
818
484
342
366
-1 6, 3.


3
4
45
65
102
14


9
139
185
71
74
19
- _387
- 1.012


11
02
31
104"
38-
171
662
733
14:


57-
,359t

248
134
.357
5I- 1.37
_ ,_113


1951 CROP j

--- 3
-- 20

4 44
66
77 801.
88 82$
13 13
F


9
100
172
62
58
15
6-9Q-


A
286
19W

131


I/ Preliminary.


The crop marketing season is July
for all other States.


1 to June 30 for Texas; September 1 to Aumust 31


The values shown are for the marketing season or crone year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income.


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1

1
5
1
5
J.3
30
1


13
88
73
65
31
112
484
__319


4.39
4.08
4.41
3.72
4.33
3.19
_3.45
3'79



2.90
2.80
3.30
3.10
4.00
4.70
4.80
4.40
4.30


1
1
10
13
24
3


2
28
5
23
7
66
195
146
34_


13
52
70
29
27
62
104
868


1
21
4
5
4
46
S136
.110
7


S10
44
S57
25
20
31
5 78
599


,1
36
30
47
30
53
277
531


2
3-1
42
19
17
6
83
255


1
13
2
5
3
42
131
110
7


Ind..
Ill.
M6..
Kans.
Va.
N.C.
S.C.
Ga.
Fla.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
bliss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
Tex.
U.S._


1


4
1
5
15
24
1


6
98
9
45
16
95
330
341
`14

18
156
186
124
76
99
448
- 2,o61


2
16
3
23
5
59
187
134
35


13
52
57
24
29
50
-102_
-807


1
1
14
16
20
3

2
25
39
16
13
4
45
199




r
PFANUTS- PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND
-- --------------------


C
i Total Usdon
Production :. used for.- -


enn.
.0.






Miaa
Y..." .i
SOn

Sec.
*Ala.

'illS.,
AI-.-


Ark.
La.
tOkla'..

|,Mex.
iAs A


State :


*


VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP j/


---- ---- --------
*Farm_......tio
farms where growwn_ _#. -:
:Fd an ls.: For farm : Sold
*Fed and los:household use:
sand d P o u n ds
905 559 217,101
.862 ?,100 271,686
-_ 28 180 2,397
_ _1.,725 491,184
158 6oo00 9,294
2,847 .5,600 549,735
612 800 56,263
2,023 4,,000 191,767
270 1,500 892
7- 5916 8 7 12,500 80?0,95I
ll -66800 1.955


226,300
287,500
- 2,800
Are 6.6oo
10,500
569,3 20
61,?200oo
2P2,320
_ _3,000
tea,: 846,.340
3,220
975
i,00ooo
109,890
7,000
o2328 ,
1,595,025 _


State


a.. S
a. --- -
*C.



l,C
PA~nn._


!_-. Ar~ea
la.
la.

j._. Area
Wk.
4kla.
Texa s



4/ Preliminary.
1/ The difference


Season aver
price per
.received 1I
farmers
* Cents
12.2
12.0
15.8
12.1
11.3
9.8


9.4

-9.?7-
11.1
14.6
8.5
9,9
_97L7_
_9._2..
10, 4


age
lb.
y.


V: alue nf
': picked and
: threshed


poducti

27,609
34,50C
442
-62.5.
1.,186
55,793
5,753
19,018

-..82,?206
357
142
9,435
10,879
--- 629
- 662.?9
21.,.42
166, 249


: value or
'peanuts for.
S farm


Value
of
ga1 fa


on -':_household use_:_
Thou sa nd Do l la r s
68 26,486
I 252 32,602

------, 48:9 .8 39_
2 .8. 229 ..7_ '

S. 68 1,050- *
549 53,874
75 5,289
376 18,026
228 _176 2
1 -6- ?-%-I1. 2-
89 217
51 62
98 9,065
238 10,207

- -- -2o _
-;- --- il58,043 '


between total seed and seed used on farms


where grown represents


manuts purchased for seed and is duplicated under "Sold."
e crop marketing season is November 1 to October 31 for the V.-C area;
ptember 1 to august 31 for the S.E. krea, and August 1 to July 31 for the S.W.


he values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
ised with calendar year income.


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seed 2f

11,050
18,360
260
^22,9 702
1,120
46., 410
11,750
18,120
450
S,_77.850
4o05
200
8,460
71 g 944
420

138, 949


For seed
"" Thou

7,735
12,852
_195
448
11,138
3,525
4,530
* _338
_.19.,979_
304
150
423
1,097
126

4?286l1


4?6
106,647
103,096
a 704
is 217,828
Z,51i,963


49
2',.775
3,297


350
1,155
2,400


..140 i, 30
14,122 .20,0741
i1,9127 2o,_oL4





PaIMUTS: PRODUCTION, FA2M DISPOSITION, ;JD VALU BY. STATES, 1950 P |
- "-^-- ---- -- --__ _ar "l~ f~~t oi--- --J -
S: Total Farm nDi_._osion
State | Production : used for:- Usd o fa l ma wftA re r.owrq
.... For farm -3 601d
: seeds / : For seed 'Fed and lost: For farm id
- --hu-seo_ s .oj.dL._ e-
Thousand d Pou n ds
Va. 221,920 12,665 8,865 888 559 211,60
N. Ca,. 246,100 20,825 14,577 738 2,100 228,681
Tenn.L---- 3200 _0 ... 195 2. -1.9 J4
V.-=cAre.A 471?220 33 7o__ _23,_637 _168_ 2..8-2 8_ 4.0.00
S.Car. 15,300 1,260 504 228 600 13,861
Ga. 680,680 55,900 16,770 3,403 5,600 654,907
Fla. 59,040 12,050 3,374 590 800 54,276
Ala. 3?4,950 20,735 7,257 3,250 4,000 310,441
iMiss. --- -- 4.O_ .... 500_ 375 2_ ._520. -J1L921
.S1. Are _1-_084.0 12Q _9- _40 5 2._ _71853 __ 9280D l34W
Ark. 3,800 495 371 190 800 3,49
La. 1,020 240 180 51 350 -43
Okla. 125,080 9,870 790 3,127 1,155 12,900
Tex. 330,750 27,050 2,705 9,92? 2,400 315,721
N.Mex_ .. 7_540_ 420 168--- _1_5 30_ ._6
S. W. Area 466.390_ 38J075_ 4,214 .LO_ .1405 _4.75__ _.464t0B
U.S. .4 21 13 405 -,- -2 41 .L
U.S. __,.-.-.2.021 .730 _16..,.2_0 56 ,30 2q2.916. .- _.0083. 1.923C

Season average : Value of : Value of : V
I price per lb. : picked and : peanuts for : ale
I received by : threshed farm sof
S _farmers_ -production household use ------
Cents T h o u s a n d D o 1 a r s
Va. 12.7 28,184 71 26,874
IN. Car. 12,6 31,009 265 28,814
Tenn. 13.6 -- ---- _435_ _- -26 _5-A2
V.-C. Area_ L2.7 59.638 __ 626 7
S.Car. 11.8 1,794 71 1,636 A
Ga. 10.7 72,833 599 70,075
Fla. 9.5 5,609 76 5,156
Ala. 9.8 31,845 392 30,43.
Miss. 1_5.1 642_ _-_226 3
S..Area 10.4 _12a723_J2 ._ .364 591 -3
Ark. 11.9 452 95 -90
La. 15.0 153 52 66
Okla. 10.0 12,508 116 12,001
Tex. 10.3 34,067 247 32,519
14. Mex. 1_ .... _1..2 0 _- _4_ 4 __6-
S.. Area 10.3 __47_ 71880514 .-53 _
u.S.---------- -_i.9 -_ 2- -2_.1 _o 2 2,19i _
I/ The -difference between total seed and seed used on farms where g rown represents
peanuts purchased for seed and is duplicated under "Sold."

The cron marketing season is ?ovember 1 to October 31 for the V-C. Area; September 1
to August 31 for the S. Z. Area. and August 1 to July 31 for the S. 'r. Area.

The values shown are for the mar"etin, season or cron-) yerr and should not be conr
fused with calendar year income.


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State


Products


PRODUCTION, AY VALUh,
2 Season average
i price per
Ion : ton received


BY STATES, 1950 AID 1951 CROPS %/
---- -- --- ---------- -- ----
2Value .... --a -
Value : Value
of I of


--- bZ farmers 2/ production_ sales
S. 19.0 1251 1252 : 19.1- :1950- : 12511_ 950.,
Thousand tons Dollars Thousand dollars
5.C. 14 15 41.00 37.,00 574 555 -
Ga, 169 176 39.00 37.00 6,591 6,512 -
Ya, 38 18 35.00 38.00 9.80 684
Ala,. 42 28 36.00 39.00 1,512 1,092 --
Mliss, 3 4 34.00 32.00 102 128 --
... 2 oo .oo0 -6
u5s. 3 58 242 I8 10 7.0 9,819 00- -
Z 15H __Z-lti y L2 .. ... ..1 -- --9
I[W Peliminary,
December 1 price.
/ Practically none sold from farms,.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be
confused with calendar year income,
RICE: PROJCTIOr, FAHM DISPOSITIT, AMD VALUE, ?Y STATES, 1950 CROP


--




- -
---* -


a 7 f ------- -- -- --
:.. : : Farm Disposition 2
2 :Total Lsed ananrmswharemown:
: Pro- used : :: Fed: For :
Strlte duction: for :For : to fprm :
: :seed :seed :live-: house- :


2
*
a


Miss. '189
Ark. 7,780
L1% 10,88P2
Tex. 11;5i8
aU.S._ 8.269.Zo-
U. S.- -/8.,G.6_8-


: :stock: hold
a 2 use
Thousand bags
33 4 --
533 256 18 -
r54 137 o106 94
569 290 9
'447 _' 336 _o --
,g3G 1,O2 -1 43 94


*
S
U _


3
3
!


- ~ .a*.
: Season : V-alue
-. 7
:av.price2 Value of:
ipor 100 :Value : rice', 'Value
Cold :lbs, re-: of :for farm: of
: ceived :produc-: house- : sales
:by farr-: tion : hold. :
:rs Ij_ use --
Dollars Thousand dollars
185 5,20 983 --- '96-
7,506 5.13 39911 38;50f
.0,545 5.07 55,172 477 53,46
.1,2G9 5S46 63,161 -- 61;52!
7,924 ._ 3-746 _25 _
7,429 t.2 9 196.723 7 .20.421


3
5


RICE: PRODUCTION, FAR'! DISPOSITION, A!"D VALUE, BY STATES-1951 cOP'/J
MLss. 700 44 22 1 --- 677 4.80 3 250
St 9,011 555 250 19 -- 8,742 5,00 45,055 -- 43710
La, 11,324 621 130 107 94 10,993 4,70 53t223 442 .511667
: Tex. 12,408 546 273 9 -- 12,126 4.80 59,558 5842O5
. Calif uOj62 469 525 a o -- _-oooo 4.5 -026 -- -.00
t.U~S._ S.3.u.S~tbXip 22 14------4,3 _483 44,
33 1.027 D L W_*-- 211 452- .412 P92
f Includes an allowance for unredeemed lonns and purchase agreement deliveries
valued at the average rate per 100 lbs., by States.
2/ The estimated tota.- qua-ntity of rice fed to livestock and poultry on all
'California farms ia 78,000 begs in 1950 and 78,000 bags in 1951.
S/ Preliminary.

Y The crop marketing season is AW.uist 1 to July 31 for Mississippi, Arkansas,
SLouisiana, and Texas; October 1 to September 30 for California,
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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a
I





JRY EDIBLE BEAMNS: PRODUCTION, FARt DISPOSITION, & D VALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP

S Production : : Farm Disposition :.Season :-- V-lu I
: : :Total:_ _(Cleaned basis)_ :av.price: :Vlue of:


S!:used : Used on farmi
State Total Cleaned for ;_ where grown
S : seed :For :For farm
:d households
I - --- --o b
Thousand 'bags


Me.
"!,Y.
Mich.
Nebr.
?-ont.
Idaho
* yo.
Colo.
N..ex.
Ariz.
Utah
Wash.
Calif.

U.S.


63
1,436
3,990
976
161
2,489
878
1,816
208
60
31
246
4,532
16,886


56
1,3??
3,312
862
140
2,265
787
1,741
197
55
?7
226
4,138

15,128


6
e4
176
47
5
131
49
46
15
3
2
16
203
783


4
10
.98
2
1
47
9
23
9
2
1
2
80
288


3
2
13
1

2

3
6
3


2

35


Sold


49
1,310
3,201
859
139
?, 216
778
1,715
182
50
26
224
4,056
14,805


:per 100 : Value : beans :
:Ibs. re-: of :for farm:
: ceived :Droduc-: house- :
:by farm-: tion : hold :


: _:ers j2/ : use


Dollars
11,2?0
.7.90
6.70
6.4o
6.20
6.50
6.30
6.50
6.60
6.80
6.4o
7.70
9.00

7.37


Va lue
of
sales


Thousand dollars


627
10,444
22,190
5,517
868
14,722
4,958
11,316
1,300
374
173
1, 740
37, 24?2
111,471


34 .*549
16 10,349
87 21,447
6 5,498
862
13 14,4o4
4.901
20 11,148
40 1,201
?0 340
166
1,725
18 36,504
?54 :1o9.094


DRY EDIBLE BEANS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP I/


Me. 80
N.Y. 1,529
Mich, 4, 234
Nebr. 838
Mont. 141
Idaho 2,502
Wyo. 728
Colo. 1,624
N. ",ex. 140
Xriz. 30
Uta.h 8
Wash. 360
Calif. 5,232

U.S. 17,446


73
1,442
4,022
730
123
2,227
633
1,527
133
27
7
347
4,709
16,000


7
8?
166
35
4
125
44
38
18
2
2
16
177
716


4
10
92
2
1
43
8
18
11
2
1
2
70
?64


3
2
10
1

2

3
6
3


2
32


66
1,430
3,920
727
122
2,182
625
1.506
116
22
6
345
4,637
15,704


14.70
9.60
6.80
7.20
6.50
7.00
7.00
6.60
6.70
7.20
6.60
7.60
9.00

7.79


1.073
13,843
27,350
5,256
800
15,589
4,431
10,078
891
194
46
2,637
42,381

124,569


Vj For some States also includes small quantities fed to livestock c


44
19
68
7

14

20
40
22


18

25?

r lost.


970
13,728
26,654
S7934

15.27k
4.371
9, 944Q
77?
158
4g
2,622
41,730
122.301


2J Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries v.lU-I
ed at the average rate per 100 pounds, Dy States.
3/ Preliminary,

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 con-
fused with calendar year income.


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DRY FIELD PEkS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, kND VULUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP

: Production : : Farm Dis position. :Season av,:_ _._Valuc_
: : :Tota-l: Used on farms : .:price' ,per : Vlue
: : ;used : _where Eown j. : 100 lbs..: of :. Value
State :Total:Cleaned: for : :Lost and : Sold 2/: received : pro- : of
; :seed : or: fed to : by : duction : sales
: seed:livestock: farmersn
-JL -J.~I -- _J J- -- I __ 1- -


25
?6
72
813
S 21
S 31
* 1,588
S123
80


SThousand bags
Minn. 33 30 5 4
N.,ak. .36 33 8 6
Mont. 84- 73 10 1
Idaho 9?6 843 119 26
Wyo. 25 21 3 -
Coloe. 48 43 18 11
Wash, 1,083 1,690 301 94
Oreg. 161' 138 17? 15
Calif. 90 80 4 -

U.S. 3,206 2,951 485 157


1
1

4

1
8


15 2,779


Dc


>llars Thousand dollars
3.60 108 90
3.80 1?5 99
4.05 296 ?9?
3.50 ?.950 2,846
5.00 105 105
3.45 148 107
3.45 5,830 5,479
3.75 518 461
5.20 416 416

3.56 o10,496 9,895


t

&


DRY FIELD PEfS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, IND VkLUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP 3/


Minn. 34
N Dak. 24'
Mont. 70
Idaho 1,029,
tyo, 24
Colo. 30
Fash. 2,398
Kreg, 104
Calif, 50


29
P0
62
936
22
27
2,250
88
44


5
6
15
90
10
24
212
14
5


?4
14
61
912
21
2I?
2,158
76


4.30
4.10
5.20
4.80
5.10
5.00
3.75
4.95
6. ?0


1?5
82
3?2
4,493
112
135
.438
436
273


103
"57
317
4,378
107
6o
8,092
376
273


1.S. 3,763 3,478 381 1?6 30 3,322 4.14 14,416 13,763
SConverted to cleaned basis, not including culls.
Not including culls sold,
/ Preliminary.
the crop marketing season in September 1 to August 31 for Minn., July 1 to June 30
for other States,

-he values shown are for the marketing scaqon or crop year and should not be con-
fused with calendar year income,




II2

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9




S


r.


m





HAW: PRODUCTIO1T, .7APR DISPOSITIONN. AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP


: Farm Disposition :Season av


State 3Production3 tent on
U4


: Gold


price per
! received


1-- --- --"------ f arm
Thousand tons Doll1
Me. 661 592 69 29,0.
NT.H. 364 333 31 33.2,
Vt. 1,191 1,125 66 31,8(
Mass. 504 451 53 37.5(
R.I. 44 37.01
Conn. '423 393 30 38.6;
F.Ye 5,378 4,948 430 22.5(
N.J. 447 398 49 33.11
Pa, 3,361 3,092 269 25.71
Ohio 3,701 3,331 370 23.84
Ind, 2,638 2,401 237 20.6(
Ill. 4,548 4,093 455 21,3'
Mich. 3,495 3,128 367 20,34
Wis, 6,652 6,319 333 22.1
Minn. 5,669 5,244 425 18.94
Iowa 6,472 6,084 35 16.6
Mo. 4,648 4,230 418 17.94
N. Dak, 3,270 3,139 131 14.54
S. Bak. 3,303 3,121 182 16.9,
Nebr. 5,556 4,750 806 14. 4
Kans. 3,316 2,868 448 18.21
Del., 99 92 7 24.91
Md. 615 572 43 25.7'
Va. 1,637 1,531 106 29.71
W.Va, 1.011 955 56 25.61
N.C. 1,249 1,155 94 28.8'
L3,. 344 322 22 32.1
Ga, 593 519 74 22.,5
Fla, 56 51 5 18.5
11-. 2,426 2,268 158 25.0'
Tenn. 1,963 1,826 137 25.5
Ala, 641 570 71 24.0
Miss, 1,009 943 66 25.7
Ark, 1,319 1,174 145 21.9
La. .394 '347 47 24.4
0kla. 1,840 1,417 423 18.0
Tex. 1,554 1,103 451 21.7
Mont. 2,651 2,373 278 24.2
Idaho 2,326 1,814 512 19.7
Wyo, 1,108 997 111 23.6
Colo, 1,977 1,463 514 27,3
IT.Mex. 408 233 175 25.9
Ariz. 646 239 407 21.0
Uttah 1,020 887 133 22,2
,'ev. 582 425 157 20.6
Wash, 1,460 1,183 277 26.1
Oreg. 1,681 1,345 336 25,0
alif._ 6..226 2.926_ 9,300 19.5;
U. Op -:0,21 C 4:76 _6_-0 13-666 1 -
The crop marketing season is May 1 to April 30 i
States; June 1 to May 31 in the northern States,


or
S
3
3
0
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


0

3
0
0
0
3
0
3
3
3
3



2
3
0
0




0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0




0
0




0
0
0
0
0




0
0
0
0
0
0
5o
n
0
o
o
o
o
o
0
o
0

'0
o[
o


ere- -- a
erage:_ Value
ton:; Value of Value of
by production. : ale

s Thous end. ollers
19, 19 2,001
12,08k 1,029
37,874 2,099
18,900 1,988
1,628 iM
16,328 1458
121,005 .9,675
14,796 1,622
86,378 6,913
S88,084 .8,806
54,343 .41882
9s,872 9,692
70,948 7,450
147,009 7,359
107,144 8,Q32
107,435 6,p41
83,199 7o482
47,415 1,900
55,821' 3,076
80,006 11,606
60,351 8,154
2,465 174
15,806 1,105
48 619 .3g148
25,882 1,434
35,971 2,7o07
11,042 706
13,342 1,665
1,036 y92
60 650 3,950
50.056 3,494
15,384 -1,70
25,931 1,699
28,886 3,176
9,614 1,147
33,120 7,61i
33 722 9,787
64,154 6,728
45,822 10o,086
26,149 2,620
53,972 14,032
10,567 .4532
13,566 8,547
22,644 2,95
II,989 3,234
98,106 7,230
42,025 8,400
121 ,9 A_ 6k.Z9,
-9- _'.Z 4 A
the southern rt of the UnZt8e4
the south:ern tart of th.e~United.


The values shown ore for the marketing season or crop year and should not te con-
fused with calendar -ear income, Prices received for hay sold baled are u.-zed& for
evaluating production and sales,.
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..AY PRODUCTION, -FARM DISPOSITION, A VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 cROP I/
-- ......- --"-
T :j/r _.psltiton- : Season average: Vaue
2- Cd!w Value we ue l
tate Production pde per to Value of Value of. .
au po Sol: U received by' production sales
-- 1 farms |- '. farmers
SThousand tons Dollars thousand do llars
e,796 736 60 28,30 22,527 1,698
31, 403 371 32 29.80 12,009 .954-
*, 1,341 1,274 67 27o80 37,280 1,863
Maass. 540 483 57 35030 19,062 2,012..
II. 1 49 45 4 34o70 1.,700 .13.9
Oonn. 449 409 40 36,20 16,254 1,4lt8
1NeYo 5,678 5,167 511 20.40 115,831 10,424.
N.Je .- 467 .413 54 33.50 15,644 1,809.
Pa. 3,530 3,230 300 25.10. 88,603 7,530
Ohio 3,916 3,485 431 24o50 95,942 10,560
I nds 2,674 2,447 227 22,00 58,828 41994
Ill : 4,705 4,258 447 21.00 98,805 9,3'87
Mich. 3,882 3,474 408 19.80 76,864 8 078
Wisl. 8,883 8,483 400 16,70 148,346 6,680
:Minn 6,921 6,402 519 15.30 105,891 7,941
_owa 6,961 6,474 487 16.20 112,768 : 7,889
Mo. 4,961 4,515 446 21a50 106,662 9089
Nolak. 3,163 3,021 142 16440 51,873 21329
.Dap 4517 4269 248 16.50 74;530 4,092
Nebr' 6,234 5,361 873 18.60 115,952 16,238
Krnse. 3,467 2,964 503 23.70 82,1G8 -. 11,-921
el. 100 93 7 2570 -2,570 .:.' .. 180.'
Md. 683 632 51 27.30 18,646 1,392
V,- 1,641 1,543 98 -34.60. 56,77.9.. 3,391
.V 1,048 985 63 28.50 29,868 1,796..
.NC. 1,225 1,133 92 31.00 37,975 2,85 :
S5.0. 371 349 22 34.50 12,800 759
Ga, 610 534 76 27, 50 16,775 2,09C
Fla.. 60o 55 5 23.80 1,428. 119.
y. 2,277 2,118 159 29.20 66,488 4.43
T: renn,. 1,685 .. 1,575 110 32.00 53,920 ., 3,50.
MAlas 556 500 56 31.00 17,236 .. 1,736:
Miss," 774 724 50 29.20 22,601 1,460
Ark, 1,294 1,158 136 25.20 32,609 3,427
Ia, 342 308 -4 28.50 9,747 69
Okla. 1,799 1,403 396 26.00 46,774 10o,296
Tem.. 1,456 946 510 32.00 46,592 16,320
Monte 2,363 2,079 284 33.30 78,688 9,457
Idaho 2,281 1,779 502 29.20 66,605 14,658
Wyo.o 1,255 1,111 144 28.50 35,768 4,o04
Colo,'- 2,036 1,588 448 33.50 68,206 15,008
N,.Mex, 418 255 163 39.50 16,511 6,.438
Arlz.,- 634 285 349 33.50 21,239 1,692
Utah 1,023 885 138 29.80 30,485 4,112
R1ev. 585 427 158 28,50 16,672. 4,503
-Wash,' 1,431 1130 -301 29,.00. 41,499 .. 8,729
Oreg, .,551 1,218 333 28.50 44,204 9,490
aif,__ 5.,426 296_ 2,30 30.00 162,780 87,9900
iU.s&. -lOB 1 -- 24,o 1,871 9- :25o- "-- 5131128-
i J^ re lmi nary, 2
T|?e..crop marketing season is May 1 to ADril 30 in the southern part of the United.
SStates: June 1 to May 31 in the northern States,

I The values shown are for the marketing" seasbn or crop year and should not be con-
I fused with calendar year income, Prices received for hay sold baled are used for
..evaluating production and sales. -27-
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RED CLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION, FAIRh DISPOSITION. :AJD. VALUED
: I -aErm-I1WolfBfilzo :. asoasoa. ~ --
:Used: for geed .. : _rice per. I -
State Production; on farms : Sold' :100 lb.. req'd:.
Cleatn.0 lr
- L where grown Ihr .s.PDJ. fyarmerS L "
Thousand pounds Dcll&r s
N.Y. 840 403 437 38.00
Pa. 1 500 795 705 41.80
Ohio 15 800 89532 7,268 30.30
Ind. 10 600 5,194 5,406 29.50
Ill. 21 600 10,368 11,232 30.80
Nichh 16 500 5,610 1IQ890 27.50
Wis.. 7 500 4,050 3,450 32.00
hIinn. 7 100 20485 4,615 30.70
Iowa 25 000 13,500 11;500 31.50
ho. 18 200 6,370 11,830 28.80
Nebr. 2 500 1,200 10,300 30.30
Kans. a 000 1,110 1,890 28.30
Nd. 630 302 328 42.80
Va, 500 305 195 39.50
Ky. 1,500 495 1,005 36.20
,ont. 1,300 65 1,235 32.70
Idaho 10,500 315 10,185 30.90
dash. 650 13 637 37.60
Oreg. 3,400 102 3,298 35.20
Calif sJ/ 70 2 68 120.00
A- 1188690 61216 8- 474 30.60
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BY STATES, 1950 C.ROP

Value I Value
of' q
poducion_ :_ sales
- .
'Thopsazd dlolars
319 16(
627 29E
4,787 2,g20
3,127 1,59!
6,653 3,.455
49538 2,99E
2,400 1,.10
2,180 1,411
7,875 3,6.;
5,242 3,40,
758 394
849 '5
270 14(
198 7'
543 36i
425 404
3,244 32A
244 .24(
1,197 1,16
84' 8
S45i560 26,80(


RED orVIR SEED: PRODUCTION, FPARk DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES,


N.Y. 12CO
Pa. 2,900
Ohio 15,800
Ind. 7,900
Ill. 8000
kich. 10,200
Wis.. 63C0O
Minn. 6,300
Iowa 8,900
No. 5,700
Nebr. 1,100
Kans. 500
Md. 920
Va. 780
Ky. 12300
Zont.. 900
Idaho 9,600
Wash,. 850
Oreg. 4,000
Calif. _L/ 130
U.S. 93=280


456 744
986 1.914
7,742 8. 058
3,713 4.187
3,520 4j,480
3,468 6,732
2,520 3, 780
2,205 4,095
5,696 3,204
2,679 S,021
550 550
260 240
414 o 506
390 390
429 871
27 .873
144 9 -456
8 .842
120 3,880
3 .127
35,330 5174950


33.00
37.00
28.80
29.80
32.20
28.00
32.50
32.50
33.30
30.80
31.60
31.80
40.00
40.00
35.80
34.80
32.80
42,70
37.80
93.00
S32.20


396
1,073
4,550
2,354
20576
2,856
S 2,048
2,048
2,964
1,756
348
159
368
312
465
313
3,149
363
1,512
121
S- 129 a731.


1951 CROP _1
S ".246"
709
2,321
1,248
1,443
1,885

1,331
l- 067
930
174
76

'15.
3IJ3
304
S3,102
360
1,467
_118
. 18 l8_6?8


1/ California production includes a large proportion of foundation seed,
2/ Preliminary.


a


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.


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S ALFALFA SEED: PRODUCTIONs FARi, DI&PO3ITION, AND VALUE,_BY S'
: : '-Farm Disposition :Season average: _
State : Production : Used for : :price per 100:
: Clean :seed on farms: Sold :lbs. received :
S:.wheregrown. ; byfarners : p:
Thousand pounds Dollars
Ohio 320 147 173 45.80
Ind. 190 190 -- 46.70
Mich. i,400 532 868 49.30
Wis. 1,300 481 819 53.20
Mirin. i,8oO 684 1,116 46.70
Iowa 440 330 110 51.50
N.Dak. 1,000 400 600 50.00
S.Dak. 3,100 744 2,356 50.50
Nebr. 4,200 1,260 2,940 50.00
Kans. 2,300 506 i,794 48.00
Okla. 8,100 648 7,452 37.00
Tex. 4, 000 320 3,680 28.50
Mont. 6,300 252 6,048 52.50
Idaho 5,400 216 5,184 52.00
Wyo. 1,500 195 1,305 53.50
Colo. 2,300 276 2,024 47.00
N.Mex. 2,000 100 1,900 30.30
Ariz. 11,100 555 10,545 22.20
Utah 8,900 490 8,410 49.50
Wash. 7,000 70 6,930 46.00
Oreg. 1,300 26 1,274 44.oo00
Calif. 31,000 1,395 29,605 26.20
u.s. -0479T---- --817 5-9133 37.10- lO


ALFALFA SEED: ]
Ohio 20 -
Ind. 180
Mich. 1,300
Wis. 400
Minn. 2,800
Iowa 200
N.Dak. 2,500
S.Dak. 3,000
Nebr. 2,000
Kans. 2,600
Okla. 7,000
Tex. 2,100
Mont. 5,900
Idaho 5,700
Wyo. 1,300
' Colo. 2,000
N.Mex. 1,900
Ariz. 9,700
Utah 11,500
Wash. 15,100
Oreg. 1,800
Calif. 25000O
U.S._ 3:_104,230 -
f/ Prelimiinary.
The crop marketing
Ariz., and Calif.;


PRODUCTION,
120
180
572
180
1,120
150
750
900
740
598
700
252
295
228
182
240
190
485
172
151
27
750
"M8,2


FARM DISPOSITION.
130

728
220
1,680
5o
1,750
2,100
1, 260
2,002
6,300
1,848
5,605
5,472
1,118
1,760
1,710
9,215
11,328
14,949
1,773
24,250
5 2W~8


I"D VALUE.

47.50
53.50
55.50
49.50
53.50
50.50
50.00
53.00
56.50
L8.0oo
38.00
55.00
53.50
57.50
418.00
35.50
27.50
49.50
47.00
49.50
39.50 _
Wi.80


season is Aug. 1 to July 31 for Kans.,
Sept. 1 to Aug. 31 for all other States


BY STATES, 1951 CROP 1/
119 -
86 --
696 389
222 122
1,386 832
107 27
1,262 884
1,500 1,050
1,060 668
1,521 1,171
3,360 3,024
798 702
3,245 3,083
3,050 2,928
748 643
960 845
674 607
2,668 2,534
5,692 5,607
7,097 7,026
891 878
9,875 9,579
Z7 ,017_ _,6I

Okla., Tex., New Mex.,
3.


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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rATES% 1950 CROP
-Value lIl- e Z
Value
Value : Value
of :. of
reduction: sales
Thousand dollars
A17 79
89 --
690 '428
692 436
841 521
227 57
500 300
1,566 1,!90
2,100 1 ,'470
1.,104 861
2,997 2,757
i,14o i,,0649
3,308 3,175
2,808 2,696
802 698
i,o81 951
606 576
2,464 2,341
4,406 4,163
3,220 3,188
572 561
8,122 7,757
39,B2 33-,2 53





LESPLEDZA S7ED: PRODUCTION, F\kW DISPOSITION, WND VLUE, BY STATES. 1950 COOP


State *Production
!


Ind.
Ill.
Mo.
Kan q
Md.
Vc.
S..
(Ga.
Ky.
Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark.
La.
Okla.
U.S.


2,700
P,700
36,900
9,000
21 niO0
29800
22, 000-
6,300
8,000
14, 800
11,800
3, 800oo
3.700
13 ,400
300
2,700
142,900


S F .rm Disposition : Season aiv. : V a -lu- --e
:Used for serd: : price per : Value : Value
: on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd : of ; of
.:whereqgrownL -- :_bx faruisrj -RpodutIoA qSfLt
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
594 ?,10l6 6.40 173 135
54o0 2,16o 5.60 151 121
7,749 29,151 4.80 1,771 1,399
1,080 7,920 4.70 423 372
300 1,700 11.00 220 187
1,036 1,764 8.90 249 157
9,900 12,100 9.60 2,112 1,162
3,024 3,276 13.40 844 439
2,560 5,440 14.90 1,192 811
3,848 10,952 7.30 1,080 799
2,478 9,3?? 10.10 1,192 942
798 3,002 18.50 703 555
1,369 2,331 18.70 692 436
5,360 8,040 10.4O 1,394 836
105 195 32?. 50 98 63
756 1,944 ; 7.50 202 146
- 41,497 101,403 1 8.44 12,496 8,560


LESPEDEZ' SEFD: PRODUCTION, F.RM DISPOSITION, AND VXLUE, BY STATES, 195


Ind. 2,600
Ill. 3,800
Fo. 29,?200
Kins. 5,000
Md. ?,700
Va. 3.000
N.O. '0,900
1.C. 6.5oo
Ga.. 6,400
Ky. 14.600
Te-nn. 6,6oo00
Ala. 2,100
Miss. 1,700
Ark. 13,500
La. 170
Okla. 1,400
U.S. 120,170
i/ Preliminary.


364
456
6,716
800
378
960
8,987
2,665
1,920
2,920
1, 78?
609
595
5,670
65
336
35,223


2,236
3,344
22,484
49, 200
2,322
2,040
11,913
3,835
4,480
11,680
4,818
1,491
1,105
7,830
105
1,064
84,947


10.30
10.30
9.50
8.90
11.50
11.50
12.80
14.60
15.50
11.50
13.90
18.00
20.00
14.70
32.00
12.00
12.00


268
391
2,P.774
445
310
345
2,675
949
992
1,679
917
378
340
1,984
54
168
14, 669


1. CROP I/

230
344
2.136
374
26?
235
1,525
560
694
1,343
670
268
221
1,151
34
128
10,180


The crop marketing season is October 1 to September 30.

The values shown are for thE marketing season or crop year and should not be con-
fuscd with calendar year income.


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iOV.-R SEED:


*
ate: Production
a


tio 2,500
ad. 660
.11. 2,000
[ich. 940
ie. 6oo00
inn. 14,400
IowS 2,900
,Mo.i 1,600
!N. a. 2,000
S.Dak. 3,600
Nebr. 11,500
Kana. 10,000
Okla" 4,700
Tex. 20,700
Mont. ?,700
Wyo. 1,600oo
Colo. 3,000
.se 85,4-oo


S.


PRODUCTION, FARW DISPOSITION, AND VALUE,. BY STATES, 1950 CROP

Farm Disosition_ : Season average :_ Value
Used for : :price per :. Value : Value


:seed on farms
.L wjhere .r10%11wn
Thousand T
525
475
94o
273.
?40


3 .: '
n
,ounds








i




!


1,008
7?25
784
400
792
3,22 0
1,800
705
3,312
189
160
180
15,78?


Sold :100 Ib. rec'd
farms_ _
Dollars
1,975 12.00
185 13.30
1,060 13.50
667 12.20
360 12.70
13,392 11.50
2,175 12.70
816 13.00
1,600 11.70
2,808 12.30
8,280 12.50
8,200 12.50
3,995 13.00
17,388 10.00
2,511 11.70
1,440 11.00
P,820 13.00-
59,67? 11. 70


: of


: of


_:_production: sales
Thousand dollars
300 237
88 25
?70 143
115 "81
76 46
1,656 1,540
368 "776
?08 o106
234 187
443 345
1,438 1,035
1,250 l;0?5
611 519
2,070 1,739
316 294
176 158
-390 367
10,009 8,123


SWEETCLOVMR


Ohio
Ind.
Ill,
Mich.
Vis.
Minn.
Iowa
Mo.
N. Dak.
S.Dak.
Nebr.
Kans.
Okla.
Tex.
Mont.
Wyo.
Colo.


SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, A&ND V.LUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP j/


12-, 000.
470
1l,4b6
1,100
440
12,900
630
65o
1,200
2,400
29200
3,400
4,400
4.oo
10,800
1, 2?00
1,300
1,400


U.S. 47,890

V/ Preliminary


500
357
560
440
198
774
284
377
31?
480
990
1,156
92?4
1,836
60
143
126
9,517


1,500
113
84o
66o
?4?
12,126
346
273
888
1 920
1 210
? 244
3 ,476
8 964
1,-140.
1,157

38,373
38, 373


7.70
9.60
11.20
9.00
9.80
7.90
10.70
o10.60
9. 20
8.40
9.70
10.30
12.00
11.50
10.00
9.30
10.40o
9.70


154 116
45 11
157 94
99 59
43 24
1,019 958
67 -37
69 29
110 82
?02 161
213 117
350 231
528 417
1, 242 1,031
120 JI14
121 108
146 132
4,685 3,721


The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31.


The values shown are for the marketing season
fused with calendar yenr income.


or crop year and should not be con-





LSIKE CLOVi SEED:


State Production


1
PRODUCTION, ?AW DWISOSITIO], AJD VLUZE, BY MTATPS, 1950 CB

SFarm Dispositlon __ Season av. Value
-
:Used for seed: : price per : Value : Value
: on farms : Sold :100 lb..ree'd: of : of


:v'hererown_ :
Thousand pounds


?04
95
100
82
?43
186
108
22
* 66
14


1.700
?80
400oo
510
900
3,100
?40
2, 200
3,300
1,400

14,030


1.496
185
300-
4'8
657
2,914
132
2,178
3, 234
1,386

12,910


byfarNers_
Dollars
32.50
33.20
33.20
30.30
36.oo00
32.20
34.30
32. 860
36.30
34.20


33.80


. riductlon_ : _ales_
Thousand dollars
552 46
93 61
133 100j
155 i3oi

998 038
82 45
722 71f,
11198 1.174
479 74


4.736


4.359


'--LSIKB C1CV- SF=D: PRODUCTION, ?kW DISPOSITION, XkD V7LUE, BY STATES 1951 CBDP
I


State : Production


Ohio
Ind.
111.
Mich.
wis.
Minni.
Iowa
Idaho
Crtg.
Calif.


660
65
250
500
990
1,900
170
2,000
3,800
1,900


U.S.


12, .35


S a--rm Disposition
:Used for seed:
: on farms : Sold


_ -where grown
Thousand pounds


224
49
112
75
69
114
83
20


841


63Y
16
13E
42,
92J
1, 78E
87
1,98C
31. 8
1, 881


11,594


Season av.
: price' per :
:100 lb. rec'd:
- ky farmers :
Jo liar s
.?9.00
S 30.90
32.70
S 28.80
L 32.00
S 30.70
7 35.00
) 33.70
35.70
S 36.20


33.70


Value
Value : Value
of : of
roductiond : alesa
Thousand dollars


20
82
144
317
583
60
674
1,357
688


4,174


i^
12T

295

.30
6671:
.1.329'
681;


3.906


I/ Preliminary


The crop rnrketing season is kugust 1 to July 31.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year an- should not be con-
fused with calendar year income.


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Chio
Ind.
Ill.
'Ich.

Minn.
Iowa
Idaho
Or eg.
Calif.


It 120


U.S.


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TM SEMD. FROrCTIO, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VLUZE, BY STATW-S, 1950 CROP
W f- -- -* -- w- -- -- -- -
: =- -_ ZaaM.Di8s2oanoiin .. : Season av. : Value
: :o Used for seed: : ;rice rer : Value : .Value
State : Production on farms Sola 00 lb. Pe'd: of : of
: -- --- w here _iron : b- farmaeras rLductifn4 salae-
Thousand pounds lar Thousand dollars
Pa. 820 254 566 14.00 115 79
Mhi 10,800 2,308 7,992 9.80 1,058 73
Ind. 3.600oo 828 2,772 10.v0 392 302
Ill. 2,600 546 2,054 11.30 294 232
Wis. 1.300 312 988 _11.60 151 115
Minns 2,200 242 1,958 10.30 227 202
IowM 18,800 3,008 15,792 10.20 ilo 1,611
mo. 23,000 1,840 21,160 59.O 2,277 2,095
6U.S.-- -163,120 9,838 53,282 10,20 632 6-19

S--TIMOT0Y PRODUCTION, FARM DIS-OSITION, A-D VIALjT, BY STATS, 1951 ChOP j/_ -


840
117 ?00
2,200
1,500
700
920
12,600
10o,3o00


252
2,223
4.18-
300
175
110
2,772
1,36


5i8
9, 477
1,732
1,200
525
810
9, 28
99064


10.30
6.50
7.20
8.50
8. 0
7.60
7.P0
7.30


91
760
158
128
62
70
983
_752


64
616
. 128
102
46
62
767
662


UeS. 40,760 79 -- 6 -3,274 735 3,004 2,447
S*- -- -4*6 -6 -- 7? -- -7.)_ 304-, w
*j Prelidinary. The crop marketinE season is Auiust 1 to Juil- 31. The values show
are for the imarketing season or cro- ;ear and should not be confused with calendar
year income.


fBOCGCCHI: PRODUCTION, FA&M DIS-'OSITION, ANT V.CLE, BY STAT-S, 1950 CROP
: : : Season av. rice : --Value -
State : Production : Sold : per ton received : Valu'.e of : Value of
-- -- --- y: :bvfarmers :.proauclian-_ :- -4eA -
Tons Dol jars Thousand dollars


ins
ilana,
Olda*
Tax.
Colo.
N.Mex.
I. .._._


1,100
800
9,400
5,100
7,200
3,500
- Z22,100


All
production
sold
from farms


SBOC(COiRN: PRODUCTION, FSAaM MIS- ITION, A1 VALN, BY STATES, 1951 CROP 11 -_
I1. 1,100 All 468 515 515
Kans. 1,100 production 400 440 440
.Okla 1i,100 sold 450 56,895 5,895
Tex. 5,600 from farMs 420 2,352 2,352
Colo. 8,300 425 3,528 3,528
*kex. 4,400 440 1,936 1,936
.-S-- --------600 ----------- ------36 14,666 14,666

Preliminary. The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for all States
opet Texas, which is Jul- 1 to June 30. The values shown are for the marketing
iemaon or cror, year and should not be confused with calendar year income
33 -


Pa.
tio
Ind.
ill.
111.

finno
Iona
!Oxo -


448
322
3Jo
300
371
415
J68


493
258
3,572
1,530
2,671
1,452
2 .7


493
S258
3,572
1,530
2,6?1
1,452
,i76 .


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SORGHUM4 SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FIRM DISPOSITION, AbDYVALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP

arm DM-S3osit-o --: Sfson average: Value .
: : :price per.gal.: : Value of.
State :Production: For farm : Sold (in- : received by : Value of sales
: household : oluding toll)- farmers :production:(including
S-- -- / toll
Thousand gallons Dollars Thousand dollars
Iowa 292 10 282 2.00 584 564
Mo. 120 15 105 2.10 252 220
N.C. 360 240 120 2.05 738 246
S.C. 212 132 80 1.75 371 140
Ga. 392 200 19? 1.95 764 374
Iy. 272 80 19? 7.00 544 .34
Tenn. 240 14o 100 2.10 504 210
Ala. '528 210 318 *1.60 845 509
Miss. 650 '. 429 221 1.30 845 287
SArk. 385 160 225 1.75 674 394
Okla. 40 12 28 1.85 74 .52
Tex. 200 96 104 1.45 290 151
-- -- -- -- -- -- ------- ----------------------- -- -- -- -- -- ---------
U.S. 3,691 1,7?4 1,967 1.80 6,485 3e531

SORGHUM SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, 1N1D VLJUE BY STATES, 1951 CROP _/


2.05
2.20
2.20
1.90
2.05
?. ?5
2.35
1.70
: 1.50
S1.95
2.00
1.70


1.99


566
330
572
762
574
472
846
.468
585
452
80
374

5,581


545
297
154
72
715
338
367
, 62 ".
: 225
277;
561
204

2.S96 *'
.
-a,.-


l/ December 1 price.
2/ Preliminary


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and"should
fused with calendar income.


not be con-


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Iowa
Mo.
N.C.
S.'C.
Ga.
Ky.
Tenn.
A-la.
Miss.
Ark.
Okla.
Tex.

U.S.


276
150
26o
138
280
210
360
275
390
232
40
220


2,831


10
15
S190
100
175
60
204
S130
* 240'
90
12:
100


1,326


266
135
7Q
38
105
150
156
145
150
S142
28
120

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SUGARCANE SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1950 CROP


S: Fap Dies2osition :Season average:. -
State Production' 'For : Sold :price per sal.: Value
: :household includinging. :received by : of
--"_-- :-- -us- ue_ -..toll) :farmers 1/_ iproducti,
Thousand gallons_ :Dollars Tho


-Ga.
Ala.
- Miss.


2,100
980
1,150
1,040
3,960


425
150
507
571
288


1,675
830
643
469
3,672


1010
1.05
1.20
1.15
.80


"2,310
.1,029
1,380
1,196
3,168


Value i
: Valu& of
:sales (incLud-
isand dollar_)_ _
sandd dollars


1,842
872
772
.539
2,938


U.S. 9,230 1,941 7,289 .955


9,083 6 ,963


a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O ------------------------------------------------------------------------ *-- a S -


PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AWD VALUE, BY STATES. 1951 CROP ._/


~~~- -------- ------------------------------------------------ -- -- --------
: : JFarm Disposition -:Season average:
: For : Sold :price per gal.:
State :Production:household : including : received by :
: toncl)in : farmers
use toll) _


Thousand ---- ------s
Thous and, eall ons


375
150
240
242
253


1.i 360
960
480
360
1i,980


U


Dollars


S. 985
810
240
118
1,727


1.30
1.25
1.70
1.60
.85


Value
Value : Value of
of : sales (in-
production ; cluding toa l
- -9 -h an -
Thotpiand dollars


1,768
S1,200
816.
576
1, 683 .


1,280
1,012
408
189
i,468


a -- 0 -- ;- ------------------------------------------------------ -- -a ~ OW W a* a W a a'M


5,140


1,260


3,880


1.12


6,043 '


4,357


j/ December 1 price except for Louisiana.
Li/ Preliminary.

The values shpwn are for the cro) marketing
confused with calendar year income.


0 ii---------------------------- at 0 -i 1 5


season or crop year and should.not be


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SUGARCANE SIRUP:


I -




MAPLE PRODUCTS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VLUE, BY STATES,
1950 CROP
- ------ -.. ------------------ .19*0 -B -__ ., --
SU 1: 1 Sir.up
:..~~~ -1-1 -- -- -- -- -/ -1 -.. --- -'" "'-i / *--
: FsmDiss2ositionJ Season : : Farm Disposition: Season
Produc-.Jsed in: av. Drice : Produc- UBed in 3 ~ av. price
State : tion farm : Sold per 1b. : tion : arm Sold : per gal.
UUo far Sod gl


* nouse- :


Me.
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
N.Y.
Pa.
Ohio
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Md.
U.0So-


* rec'a by :
: farmers :


Should :
Thousand pounds
12 2
22 6
103 -18
18 3
46 9
27 3
8 1
5 1
15 2
0 0
1 0
- -257-- ----


10
16
85.
15
37
24
7
4
13
0
1
212


33
64
875
54
505
114
149
93
103
2/ 20
14
- 2,024


: house- 3
_ _h* l;,.t -,...:


Thousand g.
4
10
70
4
51
10
11
9
21
1
1
S192


rec'd. jby
_farmura- .


1llons Dollarma
29 5.20
54 5.00
805 3.85
50 4.85.
454 4.oo
104 4.10
138 4.60
84 4.85
82 4.50
19 ? 4.75
13 3.60
----2-------- 4-- --


1951
-- --- ------------ ------- ----- --- -- ---- -- -- -- -- ---


11
14
60
16
43
22
2
16
12
0
4
200'


2
2
12
2
11
2
0
2
2
0
1
36'


9
12
48
14
32
20
2
14
10
0
3


-ali~ --- -- --- 6
Value
of
production
_15o --: 1951.._ J


.93
.85
.80
.93
.78
.71
1.10
.81
.70

.793


19
57
733
53
466
98
130
97
79
19
12
1, 763


3
7
59
3
42
8
16
10
14
16
1
1I 364


----- -uar -r --
Sugar and Simun .
Value of su.ar
and sirup used in
farm household
5T- o s _:a- a51 r
Thousand dollars


16
50
674
50
424
90
114
87
65
18
11
1,599


- w -
~ ~ v


S


5.30
5.10
3.85
4.90
4.10
4.40
4.95
5.10
4.55,
4.90 1
3.35 1
S- "4. 2231

-id
.i

/alue '
of
ales


- -1351 -.


Me. 183 HI 23 18 160 93
N.H. 339 o03 55 38 284 265
Vt. 3,4+8 2,870 284 23? 3,164 2,633
Mass. 27? 275 23 17 254 258
N.Y. 2,054 1,945 211 lo2 1,843 1,763
Pa. 483 447 43 37 440 410
Ohio 693 646 51 80 642 566
iich. +56 508 45 53 411 455
wis. 46 367 97 64 379 303
Minn. 9 93 5 5 90 88
Md.- --------------- -41. j.._ ..._ __48--_- -41
U.5S, _JL555 --- .761io.- -8-4,,- -_735 _. 1675 -.. 6,b7 -
SDoe, not include uantitee poduced on ion-fo.Ipd. in Somwspt County, Maine. 2/ Beviied.
e crop marketing season is UMarch- 1. ,ftTy86er-ilnhow ae far te- MVp mI-o"tifng
season and should not be confused w-h calendar yea income.


Dollars
.93
.87
977
.82
.74
.59
1000
.91
j .80

*73
.69.


Me,
N.H.
Vt.
Mass.
N.Y.
Pa.
Ohio
Mich.
Wis.
Minn.
Md.
U *S.


*

State 3
*
*




IBISH POTAmES POIVCTION, FAM DISPOSITION MD VALUE BY STATES, 19E0 CPOP
------ -----^---- ~ ~~7 ^ '~ DEs^ii!? ZL ^ 'r
-Urauijj~toi fam
GroupToa I r
Grop t* ***. a Total S X___ s(.Q arms r~ie-^S1-- -
t u r .,.-.. v ol
and $Productions used for a 'edtoW ivestoc, : -or Sold. /
State. a a seed a For seed I shrinkage and loss :household;
I I I after bajvesL.t I useee
------------------ ----Thou sand bbush e 1. s
SURPLUS IATE STATES
19ine 63.360 3,605 1,802 3j738 536 57,284
New York 34,39 2,430 832 2,184 1,168 30,206
Pennsylvania 19,920 1,680 689 1,893 1,395 15,943
Michigan 15,306 1,260 945 24066 1,568 10,721
Wisconsin 13,400 1,045 543 1,474 1,953 9,430
Minnesota 16,278 1,241 620 1,546 17512 12,597
North DIkota 21,280 1,638 1,032 1,383 702 18,163
South Dakota 2,100 170 102 168 352 1,478
Nebraska 3/ 11,180 660 304 1i118 816 8;942
Montana 2,700 175 98 553 230 1,819
Idaho 49,200 2,992 1,197 3,690 273 44,040
Wyoming 1,800 129 71 '225 44 1,460
Colorado 18,200 1,269 774 1,911 138 15,377
Utah 3,308 236 118 413 117 2,660
Nevada 416 31 20 56 21 319
Washington 11,780 638 102 1;001 260 10,417
Oreon 12,.20 850 382 1;2P2 207 11,039
Californiat-4 3/ 47,040 2,268 224 2;229 70 44,517
T0To w 342-. -2C fl3TC l- 614Zi ^2]
U m'~pInyEr fl ---------------------
-Jew Hampshire 1,210 101 18 54 155 983
Vermont 1,215 102 56 73 251 835
Mussaohusetts 2,622 189 8 -104 154 2,356
Mode Island 1,210 92 3 42 17 1,148
Connecticut 2,867 198 8 "129 116 2,614
West Virginia 1,785 240 106 232 1,155 292
Ohio 7,650 525 84 -651 1,150 5,765
Indiana 4,250 308 92 "212 944 3,002
Illinois. 800 82 33 84 504 179
lowa 1,485 108 49 '149 696 591
New Meico _196 24 4 10 13 169
--1 25_J0_ _1_?69 461 1.,.l70 -5155 7 i.934
36.-F9r8 3959 24.286 -10316 28: 680 1-6.517 314,3j46
- a JL _16Ap --- -- --
New Jersey- 12,502 616 92 500 70 11,840
Delaare 584 58 9 30 74 471
Mryland 1,396 123 37 84 312 963
Virginia 7,964 536 80 318 934 6,632
Kentucky 2,002 230 69 180 1,276 477
Missouri 2,096 225 18 "105 1,300 673
ransas 896 94 15 62 332 487
Arizea 1_764 87 4 97 8 1.655
1 -- 324 -_76 23.-198
MEIATE STATES 399.063 26255_ i0_640 302056- 20.823-_ 2337_E44

North Carolina 10,354 588 88 569 2,640 7,057
SSouth Carolima 1,590 169 12 72 324 1,182
Georgia 680 70 8 34 432 206
Florida 5,582 590 3 56 44 5,479
Tennessee 2,3CO 200 78 173 1,368 681
.Alalina 3,712 372 19 "130 783 2,780
Mississipi 816 100 9 37 663 107
Arkansas 1,740 140 21 87 1,185 447
louisiana 882 123 11 35 .100 4136
Oklahoma 774 72 11 31 .410 322
Texas 2,403 332 23 72 520 1. 788
-- T U 26 2-99 -60495
_r o 'S. "429 -'8U3- 9--27W6--- --2.f3O---'9l296---- -^9-BE- -~^'" 9


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IRISH POTATOES! P PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION. AD VALUE, BYT STTES, 195O CW P
a
-C-i-o ----------- T ea'son averaIge V~ - -
and price per bu. a V eT TfurCjTir 7 T C
State I received by 6of I t4es for farm I of
-- farmers production a household use s.4les
Dollars Thou8sand d o 1 1 a rs
SURPLUS lATE STATES
"M.ne .77 48,787 413 44,109
New York .70 24,073 818 21,144
Pennsylvania .98 19,522 1,367 15,624
Michigan 2/ 1.01 15,453 1,584 10,828
Wisconsin 1.13 15,142 2,207 10,656
Minnesota .92 14,973 1,391 11,589
North Dakota .80 17,024 562 14,530
South DEakota 1.23 2,583 433 1,818
Nebraska .56 6,224 457 5,006
Montana 1.23 3,321 283 2,237
Idaho .52 25,584 142 229901
Wyoming 1.10 1,980 48 1,606
Colorado 1.04 18,928 144 15,9 -
Utah 1.05 3,473 123 2,793
Nevada 1.21 503 25 386
Washington 1.08 12,722 281 1I250
Ordgon .. 93 12,016 193 10,266
California (All) 1.10 5Q0457 77 969
- mm&I n ~~ -08T-97.^' ill. l'T s m i o'5^^ ^ ;t
aTfo (l- .- -.8T-- --- 92,765 W -
New Hampshire 1.28 1,549 198 1,258
Vermont 1.32 1,604 331 1,102
MWssachusetts 1.23 3,225 189 2,18
Mode Island 1.23 1,488 21 1,412
Connecticut 1.24 3j555 144 3,241
West Virginia 1.55 2,767 1,790 453
Ohio 1.27 9,716 1,460 7,322
Indiean 1.49 6,332 1,407 4,473
Illinois 1.50 1,200 756 268
Iowa 1.56 2,317 1,086 922
New Mexico 1.35 265 18 228
-~~o -w -~ .. .. -s,- :f r -
Y9"!2S-=l S M- .876 326,783 1,9-8 275,--83- --""
ITNTTE"rTrAA~"aaaaaaaaaaaa 4E 75 -
New Jersey .82 10,252 57 9,709
Delaware 1,18 689 87 556
Maryland 1.27 1,773 396 1,223
Virginia .94 7-,486 878 6.234
Kentucky. 1.01 2,022 1,289 482
Missouri 1.33 2,788 1,729 895
Kansas 1.20 1,075 398 584
Arizona j.31 2.311 10 2 .168
6 .92 29J396 dp,8r
- S'HT-- i INE- ,-- ', --._9 -_---,,- "- ---- --- -- -
I.DIATE STATES .880 3 55_179 22,792- 297P134
'E.,,Y T'' *^- ----^-------*--- ; --- -- --"
North Carolina .79 8,180 2,086 5,575
South Carolina 1.35 2,146 437 1,596
Georgia 2/ 1.38 938 5S6 284
Florida 1.67 9,322 73 9,150
Tennessee 1.12 2,576 1,532 763
Alabama 1.31 4,863 1,026 3,642
Mississippi 2/ 1.62 1,322 1,074 173
Arkansas 1.33 2,314 1,576 595
Louisian 1.57 1,385 628 685
Oklahoma. 2/ 1.25 968 512 4102
Texs ------ 1.56 3,7-?9 811 2,789
-- -~------...2--... .. 31,763 :: 7. s5 -,5 -9 -
^^S ~---------------- -------3L76 ~-~r035z- --__l_~
f/ Consists of potatoes sold for food, seed, processing and all purchases by the Government under
price support program. 2/ Revised. 3/ Includes the following quantities (1,000 bushels) of
commercial early potatoes not marketed on account of economic conditions Nebr., 65; Calif., 1,171
These quantities excluded in computing value of production.
The beginning of the crop marketing season varies between States from December 1 preceding the
year shown for Florida and Tens to August 1 of the year shown for certain northern States. The
marketing season comprises 12 months in all States except California which bas a 14-month season
beginning April of the yoar shown. -




IRISH POTATOESi PROnUCTION, FA ADISPOSITI01N ATD Value. By STATES, 1951 CROP I/
"- rm I Tios-tTon
Group a Total : Usdr-oE Teii viri _grw -
and ;Productiont used for 7. lrw t -o1To vsrbc-k -- T.-or : Sold
State a. a. seed a For seed .sshrinkage end losslhouseholdl /
'-- a after harvest i use ;
------ ST---- ----- -- h "o u s a-n -d- b6%us-h-e-ls
SUIWLUS LATE STATES


Maine 45,835 4,248
New York 27,900 2,658
Pennsylvania 16,215 1,775
Michigan 10,800 1,197
Wisconsin" 9,805', 1,064
Minnesota' 11,900" 1,260
North Dakota 15,580 1,628
South Dakota 1 .G0 180
Nebraska 6,000 532
Montana 2,150 204
Idaho 37,520 2,902
Wyoming 1,202 139
Colorado 11,175 1,260
Utah 2,316 2?32
Nevada 364 32
Washington 11,FO0 616
Oregon : 119220 875
California iAll) '605 2,548
- TOA l- SI -2,8
fAn"IM TIMnW e'piAi


* 2,33 1,604
891 1,330
746 892
874 1,512
S 585 735
731 1,546
928 1,091-
S 108 149
235 510
133 280
' 1,451 3,940
70 120
819 1,090
107 255
25 .14
86 1,334
-120 1,178
217 771
ro 7 6 ~ -i L, e _8 -


442
979
1,140
1,218
1,674
1,296
372
308
540
19S
220
26
91
92
18
192
150
71.
_ i9~,-M5-


41,453
24,700
13,437
7,196
6,811
8,327
I;',88g
1,085
4,711
1,541
310909,
986- 6
9,475
1,862
277
S 9, 988
9,472
34,546
_ _21976F55


Saew Hampthire P75 112 19 59
Vermont .. 738 112 56 45
Massachusetts 1,886 198 8 1-6
thode Island 1,060, 99 3 37
Connecticut 2,252 225 7 124
West Vizginia 1,575 240 86 165
Ohio 5,750 504 101 288
Indiana 3,360 280 .' 135
Illinois 825 80 2- 70
'Iowa 1,040 .108 32 109
Now Mexico 14 18 .'. 15
T O- - -- -1.7,
-TOTAL 11 ---- T -,5 -- -l-97 1 --,T90 -
9TE -rTEZ -- 2 72!%357 Tl-lIo ~ ~li

Noew Jersey 3/7,476 638 63 1,122
-Delaware 700,. 53 8 39
Marylauid 1,230,1 115 34 61
Virginia 6,8823,- 472 71 275.
Kentucky 1,960 231 C9 147.
Missouri 1,456 188 15 88
Kansas 358. 90 11 .40
Arizona 1,387 94 5 63
S-----4-- 21-459- T,o'81 27~ T"9.'5
Y 71- 3 7114 94 4 2_2Y 9 -_

north Carolina 6,909 588 88 276
South Caroliia 1,937 182 13 8
Georgia 483 c0 7 17
Florida 6,321 737 3 63
Tennessee 1,539 187 4s, 69
Alabama 4,216. 377 15 105
Mississippi 523 90 7 18
Arkansas '.L06 120 18 44
Louisiana. 744 102 9 26
Oklahoia 526.- 72 S 18
Texas 2,204. 280 20 55
- TO 1n ------- 6 -T,795 -3 75
i M-SAM'- ,- -3Z 'n- ,,Z-s-
vsmrme _' ~ 3^78 ~ ^TO? ~ n7egr~_~_~ -es


132 765
203 435
124 1,688 :
14 1,006
98 2,023 .
1,0-" 284
912 -4,.k49
675 2,486
520 211
,490 409
12 113
.,219 Y,8r9-
- -472T9- "" "~T?78-


53 6,238
67 586.
260 875
880 E.,656
1,2?32 512
1,080 .273
260 57
9 1.310
378T1V 170'
r1 7554041-

2,030 4,515
304 1,552 '
264 195
60 6.195
1,008 413
497 3,599
422 75
792 252
324 385
350 149
441 1,688
6- 4,72 --19018-
-877 9


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IRISH POTATOES: POUJCTION, FAN DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BT STAEB, 1951 CIUP I/
-o- ----------- &-gSeason average V ~alu-e
Group and i price per bu. --Value" "-71a=CoT Oa- -g- -Value4
Stqte a received by I of I toes for farm a of
I farmers production a household use a sales
SURPLUS L&TE STATES "Yoflwal -dC" o u a n "d- T a r
Maines 1.80 82,.503 796 74,615
New York 1.45 0,455 1,420 35,815
Pennsylvania 1.90 30,808 2,166 25,530
Michigan 1.95 21,060 2,375 14,032
Wisconsin 1.67 16,374 2,796 11,374
Minnesota 1.70 20,230 2,303 14,156
North Dakota 1.70 26,486 1,142 21,911
South Dakota 1.75 2,888 539 1,899
Nebraska 1.53 9,180 826 7,208
Montana 2.10 4,515 412 3,236
Idaho 1.30 48,776 286 41,482
Wyoming 1.90 2,284 49 1,873
Colorado 1.80 20,655 164 17,055
Utah 2.00 4,632 184 3,724
Nevada 2.20 801 40 609
Washington 1.32 15,312 253 13,184
Oregon 1.65 18,513 248 15,629
California (All) 1.60 55,368 114 53,374
- TOTAL 18 I o

rew Hampshire 2.15 2,096 284 1,645
Vermont 2.10 1.550 424 914
Massachusetts 1.78 3,354 221 3,005
Rhode Island 1.80 1,908 25 1,811
Connecticut 2.15 4,8-12 211 4,349
West Virginia 2.00 3,150 2,080' 568
Ohio 1.83 1Q,.522 1,6r9 8,143
Indiana 1.92 6,451 1,296 4,773
Illinois 1.80 1,485 936 380
Iowa 1,90 1,976 931 777
New Mexico 1.60 230 19 181i
-9oTIr n-11 -- 7- r --, 27'9U9" 4 -
I96TEhJ..STT- AEg- 6-4 -------- 4 8,4r 2TT -------
New Jersey 1.10 7,021 58 6,862
Delaware 1.18 826 79 591
Md. 1.22 1,501 31 1,068
Va. 1.27 8.7-o0 1.118 7.183


Kentucky 1.47 2,881 1,811 753
Missouri 1.65 2,402 1,782 450
Kansas 1.55 570 403 88
Arizona 1.60 2,219 14 2,096
-OAr----------------1.24------ 2671-- 'S. 82 ~19T9T~
"7-XLXTE- OT &ftf- T.5'----- -4 2- --
EARLY TMgga L -------------------------
North Carolina 1.31 9,051 2,659 5,915
South Carolina 1.52 2,944 462 2,369
Georgia 1.55 74,9 409 302
Florida 1.84 11,631 110 11,399
Tennessee 1.4'3 2,2-7 1,472 603
Alabama 1.20 5,059 596 :-,319
Mississippi 1.73 903 730 130
Arkansas 1.65 1,825 1,307 -116
Louisiana 1.67 1,2.2 541 643
Oklahoma 1.79 94,2 626 267
Texas 1.88 ,1.4 829 3,173
Texas~~-. -- -z s
- OSAT --------- -- .- ----- -- -- -- ----------
T- FrhlmTnary. 2/- CUoEssT-'soT poTaToes-slT a To-'be -oTdfor-aTl-purposes, iEclru-E- fea-
seed, proce-;sing and livestock food. 3/ Includes 1,093,000 bushels of commercial early potatoes
not marketed on account of economic conditions. These potatoes excluded in computing value of
production.
The beginning of the crop marketing season varies between States from December 1 preceding the
year shown for Florida and Texas to August 1 of the year siown for certain northern States, The
marketing season comprises 12 months in all States except California which has a 14-month season
beginning April 1 of the year shown.


*40


m


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STEETPOTATOES: TPRODCTIOT, FAR. DISPOSITICY.A-NTE VALUE, BY STATES, 195E CFDP
-- rd'TsoiyifMif_ -- -a- 9iason T ~alh -
,1
I amisea 3nTfaris7veregirown -s average: i-- ralue 6fTh
S sTotal -;Fe'eI To-Hrv-- aI a price V7luee sweet- I
State aProduc-: used a For :stock shrink-: For :per bu. a of potatoes I Value
Stion for :seed sage and loss ahouse- Sold received; produc-.-:for -erm : of
Seed : after i hold : by a tion household: sales
: : harvest l use 3 'farmers: I use !
ThouFs Ed-sEeTs --- Dollars "---ous-nnT 0ol-arsa
N.J. 2,805 63 52 379 33' 2,341 --T.W 4,572-4 3,816
Ind. 120 4 2 7 30 75 1.83 220 66 137
Ill. 158 6 4 11 60 83 1.48 234 89 123
Iowa 95 4 3 5 12 75 2.06 196 25 154
Mo. 350 10 8 28 160 154 2.21 774 354 340
Kans. 156 8 6 11 19 120 2.14 334 41 257
Del. 112 4 3 4 18 87 1.88 211 34 I,4
Aid. 946 30 24 76 62 784 1.75 1,656 108 1,372
Va. 2,210 102 76 188 450 1,496 1.67 3,691 752 2,498
B.C. 6,820 260 187 2,114 2,012 2,507 1.96 13,367 3,944 4,914
S.C. 4.725 168 114 1,393 1,450 1,768 1.77 8,363 2,566 3,129
Ga. 4,000 148 96 1,440 1,520 904 1.96 7,840 3,058 1,772
iFla. 598 38 23 165 180 230 2.33 1,393 419 536
IKy. 651 25 15 101 _27 108 2.09 1,361 892 226
Tenn. 1,764 60 47 299 876 542 1.90 3,752 1,664 1,030
Ala. 3,150 101 76 993 1,P65 596 2.14 6,741 3,178 1,275
Miss. 3,420 112 65 991 1,764 600 2.06 7,045 3,634 1,236
lArk. 946 35 23 265 462 196 2.08 1,968 961 408
La. 10,914 363 283 2,838 946 6,847 .98 10,9 9b 927 6,710
Okla, 415 15 10 58 1i8 209 2.12 880 293 443
Tex. 3,910 121 109 782 542 2,477 1.76 6,882 954 1.,360
Calif. 1,560 70 b2 187 13 1,308 2.77 -:, 321 36 3,623
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PRODUCTION, FAIM DISPOSITION ALf VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CrOP I/


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a-ulhei SEcfi on fiwh -j5ereoLnpSa
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State IProduc-:
Stion :
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used : For :stock snrink-: For
for : seedage and loss Uhouse-
seed : : after :hold
a harvest 5 use
Thousand busEeTs


3 fa
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'old :re
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N.J. 2,310 68 53 219 23 2,015
Ind. 81? 4 2 26 IQ
Ill. 132 5 4 8 55 65
Iowa 110 4 3 5 14 88
Mo. 275 10 8 17 140 110
Kans. 85 8 6 5 12 62
Del, 105 4 3 6 18 78
Md. 800 30 24 40 -419 687
Va. 2,210 102 80 1-3 452 1,535
N.C. 3,760 273 197 714 1,126 1,423
S.C. 2,380 1-4 98 405 900 977
Ga. 1,625 165 107 276 810 432
Fla. 510 40 26 102 160 222
ZY. 462 22 14 41 3418 59
enn. 990 66 50 90 570 280
Ala. 1,365 100 75 204 825 261
Miss. 1,320 104 62 198 840 220
Ark. 518 30 20 78 306 114
La. 6,400 434 326 832 6.0 4,612
Okla. 225 18 13 22 76 114
Teax. 1,65 148 126 191 300 748
Calif. 1,250 70 52 112 12 1,074
f.. L '3h7278178 Zbr,3IM 3 j7 19 7;9H2 Lf 1W,225 -
I -rRl--na ry e - -


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May-
30 in Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,
Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas and California;


eason


iverpge
price
er bu.
iceived
by
Lrmers
iOT4ars
3.35
2.57
2.82
2.51
2.75
2.81
2.37
2.2-"
2.45
3.15
3.00
3.50
2.80
2.66
3.05
2,.80
3.35
2.95
2.85
3.19
3.20
4.70
3.U6~


"a- V a l u e o f"u e -
SValue sreet- i Value
of :potatoes ; of
a produc- afor farm a sales
: tion :household;
I use 1
ThiOa.d-do-iTais" -

7,738 77 6,750
208 67 126
372 155 183
276 35 221
756 385 302
239 34 174
2"9 43 185
1,792 110 1,539
5,114 1,107 3,761
11,81, 4,492 4,982
7,10 2,700 2,931
5,688 2,835 1,512
1,428 448 622
1,229 926 157
3,020 1,738 854
3,8-2 2,310 731
,'422 2,814 737
1,528 903 336
18,2-.4) 1,796 13,144
718 242 364
4,368 960 2,394
5,875 56 5,048
- : 367 6


31 in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama; July 1 to June
7ortnr Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi,
end August 1 to July 31 in all other States.


The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year end should not be confused with cal-
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