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








FARM PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE OF PRINCIPAL CROPS






1951-1952




FLB I 1976 i..A~.,- Univ. of Florida






BY STATES









WASHINGTON, D. C.
MAY 1953






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Al.falfa Seed........ ~* 29 Peas (Dry) ...... 0*O.. .... 2.5


Alsike Sed ...... .... 32 Popcorn. .. .... . .... 1.7


B.... ..* ..... ..*. 9-10 Pt oe. .. *.* e*O, .34-.3?


Bean (r)s. .. @00 **. 24 Red Cloverseed. 90.e*6. e .. ,. 28


Broon~.. e*.* SO*0 0 33 Rie.. ,.~ .... ... 23


Buckwheat.,.. ~ ..* ....*. 14 ... ....... 11-13


Con.................. 5- 6 Sorghumis for Gai.,.., 16


C wpa. ...***** 000050000 3 Sorghum ....... @0 (0 40


Flxed..*0 ..eo..... 15 Sobai. .... ....,18-19


H~ 0000 0 500* S05** oo.26-27 Sugarcane ...... 0*041 Hops.., .0.0....... .00O .0 ... .0 18-19 Sweet Cloverseed ... .... 31


Lespedeza Se....... .. 30 Sweetpotatoes**c*9#*oo**o....- 38


Maple Products .............. 39 Timothy Se,....000. 33


Oat......, o~**. .*.. .., 7- 8 Velvetbeans. 000*0960006. 231


Penuts....0* 0 ..... .21-22 Wet,.. ...S... 2- 4





FARM PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION AND VALUE
OF FIBID SEED CROPS, 1951 and 1952

May 1953

Estimated farm disposition of grains, hay, certain seeds, potatoes and a few other commodities are presented in this report, which is one of a series dealing with farm disposition of major farm -.4oducts. Total estimated production of each commodity is that published in the December 1952 Annual Summary of Crop Production. Estimated sales from 1951 and 1952 crops and portions of production used or to be used for designated purposes on farms where grown are shown in this report.

quantitiess shown as fed to livestock and poultry represent that portion of
the crop fed only on the farms that produced it;.they are not the quantities ultimately used for livestock feeding. Grain purchased for feed and seed does not entar into these feed grain estimates. Some of the products shown as "sold" from farms are used for feed and Q eed on other farms in the same or other States. For corn, the quantity sold pertains only to grain corn; the quantity fed includes not only the grain corn fed, but also that portion of all corn production representing the equivalent of corn used as silage and forage.

4Z=tities of principal feed crops sold and used in farm households, if any, are estimated directly and the residual--production less household use and salesis shown as used for feed and seed, 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 enumerationst such as reports of processors, or by records of handlings and shipments by rail, truck and boat* 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.

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 i-s 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 farms. 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 prod-action,

First in the series of farm disposition reports for 1951 and 1952 crops was the report for fruits and tree nuts published in January 1953- 'Estimates for cotton and cottonseed will appear in the Cotton Report of May 8; those for tobacco appear in the May 11, 1953 issue of Crop Production; estimates for sugar beets and sugarcane are scheduled for the June 10 issue of Crop Prod-action. A report covering farm disposition of turkeys was issued in March; separate reports for chickens and eggs, for milk, and for meat animals appeared in April 1953-




WBEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AID VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP

: Total : Farm Disposition
: Used on farms where rownState : Production : used : Fed :Ground at mill for: Sold
or For
for : : to : home use or ex-:
: seed seed
...*. ..s. ... ..1c agdfor flourThousand bushels
N.Y. 10,319 912 711 2,889 4 6,715
N.J. 2,106 214 137 569 1,400
Pa. 18,832 1,742 1,516 6,403 148 10,765
Ohio 34,308 4,432 3,856 6,862 165 23,425
Ind. 23,529 2,801 2,241 3,294 31 17,963
Ill. 33,383 2,586 2,069 1,335 22 29,957
Mich. 30,800 2,588 2,070 5,852 36 22,842
Wis. 1,856 133 106 1,151 14 585
Minn. 20,022- 1,795 1,346 1,402 34 17,240
Iowa 1,489 303 218 372 1 898
Mo. 22,406 2,128 1,383 4,705 26 16,292'
N.Dak. 145,732 13,167 10,797 2,186 58 132,691
S.Dak. 57,260 4,594 3,583 2,290 20 51,367
Nebr, 58,073 4,846 3,731 1,742 27 52,573
Kans. 126,113 13,561 10,171 2,774 16 113,152
Del 1,189 104 83 166 2 938
Md, 5,371 481 361 752 22 4,236
Va. 7,497 606 473 1,949 429 4,646
W.Va. 1,110 137 107 588 51 364
N.C. 9,016 640 512 1,803 758 5,943
S.C. 3,300 265 193 495 200 2,412
Ga. 1,794 182 131 287 94 1,282
Ky. 3,568 522 402 535 90 2,541
Tenn. 3,022 302 211 635 228 1,948
Ala. 126 17 11 19 11 85
Miss, 75 17 7 38 1 29
Ark. 279 42 30 153 1 95
Okla. 38,902 6,012 3,727 1,362 20 33,793
Tex. 17,946 3,515 2,285 359 15,302
Mont. 95,033 5,834 4,376 2,851 26 87,780
Idaho 37,968 2,225 1,380 3,037 13 33,538
Wyo. 6,750 405 284 810 4 5,652'
Colo 34,870 2,664 1,998 1,046 18 31,808
N.Mex. 1,094 460 336 88 3 667
Ariz. 572 35 22 63 6 481
Utah 9,081 692 484 2,361 62 6,174
Nev 532 32 21 319 1 191
Wash. 76,224 3,960 2,693 1,753 1 71,777
Oreg. 29,522 1,407 915 1,476 2 27,129
Calif. 9,741 894 626 390 2 8,723
--------------------------------------------------------U.S. 980,810 87,252 65,603 67,161 2,647 845,399

The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, 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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WHYAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 l/
Tta : Farm Dispoiition: : Total -.-.-. . . . .
: : used : s _o farms whA. rw_.
uUedsedam wncr
State :Production 3r -round at mi:
Sao For Fed for home use Sold
to : or exchanged
see Seed
see-- - - -e ivestock :_ for flour T h o u s a nd b u s h e l s
NoY. 12,856 940 743 3,214 3 8,896
N.J. 2,000 212 136 480 1,384
Pao 19,012 1,742 1,533 6,654 152 10,673
Ohio 55,100 4,520 3,887 8,816 148 42,249
Ind. 36,960 2,801 2,241 3,326 32 31,361
Ill. 41,630 2,845 2,276 1,249 17 38,088
Miche 36,440 2,693 2,289 5,830 37 28,284
Wis. 1-,838 144 112 1,048 10 668
Minna. 16,998 1,434 1,190 1,190 33 14,585
Iowa 3,579 254 190 394 1 2,994
Mo 26,378 2,512 1,758 3,429 23 21,168
NDako 100,069 12,746 10,452 1,501 58 88,058
SoDako 31,412 4,324 3,459 1,256 20 26,677
Nebr, 98,367 4,733 3,786 1,967 26 92,588
ManS: 307,629 12,884 9,921 3,076 17 294,615
Del. 1,218 1OQ 80 85 2 1,051
Mdo 5,371 457 343 859 22 4,147
Va. 7,590 582 454 1,973 400 4,763
W.Va. 1,260 139 108 580 48 524
N.ce 8,316 640 512 1,830 765 5,209
S., 3,680 252 189 589 185 2,717
Ga. 2,470 182 136 420 120 19794
40. 4,600 584 438 736 81 3,345
Tenn. 4,009 404 283 922 234 2,570
Ala. 209 22 15 48 14 132
mi ss. 234 35 14 70 2 148
Ark. 396 70 49 178 1 168
Okla, 107,115 6,312 4,166 2,571 23 100,355
Texas 34,626 39515 2,460 519 31,647
Month. 83,548 5,886 4,414 2,506 25 76,603
Idaho 40,598 2,278 1,412 3,654 11 35,521
70.o 6,410 421 295 513 3 59599
Colee, 54,932, 2,725 2,044 1,099 15 51,774
NoMx 859 450 315 52 2 490
Ariz. 598 34 22 66 5 505
Utah 7,678 694 493 1,305 62 5,818
Nero 478 32 21 191 1 265
Wash. 80,541 4,150 2,573 1,772 1 76,195
Oreg. 30,856 1,426 998 1,543 2 28,313
Calif. 13,587 823 576 543 2 12,466
U.S. 1,291,447 86,997 66,383 68,054 2,603 1,154,407
1 .PrelYminary.

The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi,
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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WHEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 AND 1952 _f CROPS

: Season Average : Valu
: price per bu. : Value : Value of wheat: Value
State : received by of : for farm : of
:_famers2 --- rodutin~ _:_ h qhode.. n sae
:_f~~arme _ / j_ tL ~_ _ _aa ....
: I51 1952 : 1951 : 1952 :1951 : 1952 : 1951 : 1952Dollars T h o u san d d o l l a r s
N.Y. 2.21 2.08 22,792 26,740 9 6 14,840 18,504
N.J. 2.12 2.07 4,465 4,140 2,968 2,865
Pal 2.09 1.98 39,359 37,644 309 301 22,499 21,133
Ohio 2.21 2.04 75,821 112,404 365 302 51,769 86,188
Ind. 2.17 2.00 51,058 73,920 67 64 38,980 62,7221
Ill. 2.18 2.08 72,775 86,590 48 35 65,306 79,223
Mich. 2.21 2.01 68,068 73,244 80 74 50,481 56,851
Wis. 2.09 2.04 3,872 3,750 29 20 1,223 1,363
Minn. 2.15 2.17 43,058 36,886 73 72 37,066 31,649
Iowa 2.12 2.14 3,163 7,659 2 2 1,904 6,407
Mo. 2.10 2.07 47,053 54,602 55 48 34,213 43,818
N.Dak. 2.10 2.18 306,323 218,150 122 126 278,651 191,966
S.Dak. 2.11 2.14 120,813 67,222 42 43 108,384 57,089
Nebr. 2.16 2.12 125,370 208,538 58 55 113,558 196,287
Kans. 2.13 2.15 268,621 661,402 34 37 241,014 633,422
Del. 2.03 1.95 2,414 2,375 4 4 1,904 2,049
Md. 2.06 1.99 11,064 10,688 45 44 8,726 8,253
Va. 2.12 2.04 15,894 15,484 909 816 9,850 9,717
W.Va. 2.15 2.04 2,386 2,576 110 98 783 1,069
N.Ce 2.10 2.05 18,934 17,048 1,592 1,568 12,480 10,678
S.C. 2.08 2.03 6,864 7,470 416 376 5,017 5,516
Ga. 2.11 2.08 3,785 5,138 198 250 2,705 3,732
Ky. 2.18 2.08 7,778 9,568 196 168 5,539 6,958
Tenn. 2.18 2.12 6,588 8,499 497 496 4,247 5,448
Ala. 2.20 2.12 277 443 24 30 187 280
Miss. 2.09 2.13 157 498 2 4 61 315
Ark. 2.09 2.06 583 816 2 2 199 348
Okla. 2.20 2.13 85,584 228,155 44 49 74,345 213,756
Texas 2.19 2.11 39,302 73,061 33,511 66,775
Mont. 1.96 1.98 186,641 165,425 51 50 172,049 151,674
Idaho 1.97 1.96 74,872 79,572 26 22 66,070 69,621
WYO. 2.00 2.02 13,487 12,948 8 6 11,304 11,310
Colo. 2.11 2.07 73,511 113,709 38 31 67,115 107,172
N.Mex. 2.11 2.09 2,307 1,795 6 4 1,407 1,024
Ariz. 2.17 2.18 1,241 1,304 13 11 1,044 1,101
Utah 2.00 1.98 189129 15,202 124 123 12,348 11,520
Ne 2.06 2.07 1,094 989 2 2 393 549
Wash. 2.13 2.08 162,358 167,525 2 2 152,885 158,486
Oreg. 2.17 2.14 64,062 66,032 4 4 58,870 60,590
Calif. 2.23 2.20 21,722 _29A891 4 4 19,452 27,425
U.S. 2.11 2.10 2,073,645 2,709,096 5,610 5,349 1,785,347 2,424,851
---Pr 1- m--ar y.
J2Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel, by States.
3/For 1951 value of Winter Wheat plus value of all Spring Wheat. Season average price derived.
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, 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.




-_ _CORNI: PRODUCTION, MAM DISPOSITION. AN~D VALU. BY STATES, 151CO position : Season : Value
"n :For farm' : average : Value : Value
State:Pr i: Feed for: :price per: of :of corn : Value
seed hold bu rec'd.
Stae. fr ll sed : old: ol by .produlc-:for farm: of
purposes : i :: tion : house-: sales
p:rposes : use :farmers :hold use

Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 540 529 1 10 2.16 1,166 2 22
N.H. 602 599 1 2 2.11 1,270 2 4
Vt. 2,788 2,782 1 5 2.11 5,883 2 11
Mass. 1,692 1,674 1 17 2.11 3,570 2 36
R.I. 287 282 -- 5 2.11 606 -- 11
Conn. 1,710 1,688 1 21 2.11 3,608 2 44
N.Y. 28,116 27,279 6 831 1.88 52,358 11 1,562
N.J. 9,712 7,795 3 1,914 1.91 18,550 6 3,656
Pa. 60,766 50,525 69 10,172 1.87 113,632 129 19,022
Ohio 169,536 127,838 90 41,608 1.74 294,993 157 72,398
Ind. 241,415 176,116 62 65,237 1.68 405,577 104 109,598
Ill. 480 ,480 270,494 32 209,954 1.70 816,816 54 356,922
Mich. 69,056 58,154 9 10,893 1.69 116,705 15 18,409
Wis. 103,759 99,451 21 4,287 1.68 174,315 35 7,202
Minn. 215,038 175,723 22 39.293 1.40 301,053 31 55,010
Iowa 443,265 350,609 18 92,638 1.61 713,657 29 149,147
Mo. 132,022 113,124 84 18,814 1.77 233,679 149 33,301
N.Dak. 22,478 21,183 2 1,293 1.45 32,593 3 1,875
S.Dak. 85,624 69,056 8 16,560 1.23 105,318 10 20,369
Nebr. 187,620 120,410 17 67,193 1.55 290,811 26 104,149
Kans. 58,296 39,914 11 18,371 1.73 100,852 19 31,782
Del. 5,735 2,433 6 3,296 1.82 10,438 11 5,999
Md. 20,430 14,182 36 6,212 1.83 37,387 66 11,368
Va. 41,624 34,067 1,080 6,477 1.80 74,923 1,944 11,659
W.Va. 8,346 7,456 202 688 1.89 15,774 382 1,300
N.OC. 67,611 55,405 1,755 10,451 1.70 114,939 2,984 17,767
S.C. 26,320 21,991 1,045 3,284 1.70 44 744 1,776 5,583
Ga. 49,536 41,865 1,950 5,721 1.72 85,202 3,354 9,840
Fla. 9,616 8,657 231 728 1.61 15,482 372 1,172
Y. 80,662 69,707 698 10,257 1.79 1449385 1 249 18,360
Tenn. 60,360 51,514 1,440 7,406 1.84 lll,062 2,50 13,627
Ala. 46,303 38,828 2,352 5,123 1.77 81,956 4,163 9,068
Miss. 38,141 33,063 1,800 3,278 1.75 66,747 3,150 5,736
Ark. 23,218 19,791 285 3,142 1.70 39,471 484 5341
La. 16,307 15,053 242 1,012 165 26,907 399 1,670
Okla. 21,156 16,577 104 4,475 1o64 34,696 171 7,339
Tex. 42,143 31,659 420 10,064 1.67 70,379 701 16,807
Month. 2,392 2,369 -- 23 1.82 4,353 .-- 42
Idaho 1,962 1,579 -- 383 1.90 3,728 --- 728
Wyo. 780 749 31 1.79 1,396 --- 55
Colo. 14,482 10,741 1 3,740 1.84 26,647 2 6,882
N.Mex. 1,116 1,008 22 86 2.05 2,288 45 176
Ariz. 3 20 173 97 50 2.39 765 232 120
Utah 1,147 1,125 -- 22 2.12 2,432 --- 47
Nev. 120 120 --. 2.20 264 ..--Wash. 1,102 1,010 92' 2.02 2,226 186
Oreg. 1,092 968 124 2.13 2,26 264
Calif._ -.).4.6 __ _. 7 --- 49 2.17 ,l --_ __ 62
_2 31 _212 k &42_5 686,o_32 ._664, 82 .9__ 1,o!3 ,29i
l/Includes grain equivalent of corn for silage and forage, as well as grain corn.
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 August 1 to July 31 for Texas; September 1 to August 31 for
,loridap Louisiana and Oklahoma; October 1 to September 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.




COR: PRODUCTION,_FARM DISPOSITION, ANDVA_ BY STS 1952 CROP
Farm Di sposition- _ : Season ... Value- .
:Production: Feed :For farm : average : Value : Value :
State : for all : and : house- : :price per: of
/! i .bu. ~rec'd.produ.orfam. o
purposes seed hod Sold :bu* :for farm: of
use by house- sales
e farmerss _ _:hold use.. ...
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 434 429 1 4 1.95 846 2 8
N.H. 574 571 1 2 1.90 1,091 2 4
Vt. 2,688 2,684 1 3 1.90 5,107 2 6
Mass. 1,656 1,638 1 17 1.90 3,146 a 32
R.I. 308 303 -- 5 1.90 585 --- 10
Conm. 1,400 1,384 1 15 1.90 2,660 2 28
N.Y. 30,315 28,940 5 1,370 1.65 50,020 8 2,260
N.J. 10,290 8,080 3 2,207 1.70 17,493 5 3,752
Pa. 66,003 54,883 69 11,051 1.65 108,905 114 18,234
Ohio 189,051 136,981 89 51,981 1.50 283,576 134 77,972
Ind. 232,300 164,708 62 67,530 1.50 348,450 93 101,295
Ill. 516,838 266,130 32 250,676 1.50 775,257 48 376,014
Mich. 83,200 67,759 9 15,432 1.50 124,800 14 23,148
Wis. 139,954 129,942 20 9,992 1.45 202,933 29 14,488
Minn. 266,690 183,140 21 83,529 1.35 360,032 28 112,764
Iowa 697,792 481,403 18 216,371 1.45 1,011,798 26 313,738
Mo. 173,512 142,438 85 30,989 1.50 260,268 128 46,484
N.Dak. 20,846 19,300 2 1,544 1.35 28,142 3 2,084
S.Dak. 103,516 73,848 8 29,660 1.40 144,922 11 41,524
Nebr. 261,960 150,132 17 111,811 1.45 379,842 25 162,126
Kans. 59,840 42,402 11 17,427 1.55 92,752 17 27,012
Del. 6,42a 2,906 5 3,511 1.60 10,275 8 5,618
Md. 21,712 13,895 34 7,783 1.60 34,739 54 12,453
Va. 31,614 26,413 954 4,247 1.75 55,324 1,670 7,432
W.Va. 8,405 7,521 194 690 1.80 15,129 349 1,242
N.C. 56,176 47,687 1,610 6,879 1.75 98,308 2,818 12,038
SoC. 18,945 15,507 945 2,493 1.80 34,101 1,701 4,487
Ga. 37,152 31,799 1,875 3,478 1.85 68,731 3,469 6,434
Fla. 9,874 8,897 231 746 1.75 17,280 404 1,306
Ky. 58,408 50,99C 688 6,730 1.70 99,294 1,170 11,441
Tem. 39,840 34,599 1,318 3,923 1.85 73,704 2,438 7,258
Ala. 26,268 22,158 2,214 1,896 1.90 49,909 4,207 3,60R
Miss. 27,536 23,417 1,691 2,428 1P90 52,318 3,213 4,613
Ark. 13,935 12,191 255 1,489 1.75 24,386 446 2,606
La. 12,654 11,642 224 788 1.80 22,777 403 1,418
Okla. 10,101 8,356 62 1,683 1.70 17,172 105 2,861
Tex. 41,292 30,851 350 10,091 1.75 72,261 612 17,659
Mont. 2,030 2,008 --- 22 1,75 3,552 38
Idaho 2,622 2,170 --- 452 1,85 4,851 836
WYO. 1,071 1,031 --- 40 1,65 1,767 66
Colo. 13,276 11,470 1 1,805 1,65 21,905 2, 2,978
N.Mex. 1,120 961 23 136 1,85 2,072 43 252
Ariz. 420 247 99 74 2.00 840 198 148
Utah 1,368 1,336 --- 32 1,95 2,668 62
Nev. 126 126 --- 2,05 258 --Wash. 1,239 1,119 -- 120 1.75 2,168 210
Oreg. 1,232 11,123 --- 109 1.90 2,341 --- 207
Ca.if_ a7,30 _1.60 .6 _I9 _5 4 --U.S._ ,06,735 _2139_ i3.229 29_5 .149 _4.960L09._ a4O.003_,-4,
1/Preliminary. 2/ncludes grain equivalent of corn for silage and forage, as well as grain corn. 3/Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel, by States. The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for Texas; September 1 to August 31 for Florida, Louisiana and Oklahoma; October 1 to September 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. 6 -




i_ OATS:_ PRODUCTION FARM DISPOSITION. AND VALUE,-BY STATES, 1951 CROP - Farm Dissiti on :Season average: Value
:price p~er bu.
State Production Feed and Value of Value of
: : Sold : received by:
seed : : farmers :production sales
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 5,016 2,809 2,207 .92 4,615 2,030
N.H. 180 176 4 1.08 194 4
Vt, 1,476 1,410 66 1.08 1,594 71
Mass. 200 195 5 1.08 216 5
R.I, 32 32 -- 1.08 35 -Conn. 124 121 1.08 134 3
N.Y. 36,240 31,891 4,349 .87 31,529 3,784
N.J, 1,638 1,409 229 .93 1,523 213
Pa. 32,340 28,136 4,204 .89 28,783 3,742
Ohio 49,036 37,758 11,278 .85 41,681 9,586
Ind. 49,876 38,903 10,973 .82 409898 8,998
Ili. 134,360 83,303 51,057 .82 110,175 41,867
Miche 60,183 49,952 10,231 .81 48,748 8,287
Wis. 143,302 127,539 15,763 .82 117,508 12,926
Mnn. 212,764 163,823 48,936 .77 163,828 37,681
Iowa 190,012 153,910 36,102 .86 163,410 31,048
MO. 27,738 23,855 3,883 .87 24,132 3,378
No 56,811 40,336 16,475 .65 36,927 10,709
S.Dake 116,365 81,455 34,910 .73 84,946 25,484
Nebr. 60,816 48,653 12,163 .84 51,085 10,217
Kans. 14,346 11,477 2,869 .93 13,342 2,668
Del. 256 236 20 .87 223 17
Md 1,980 1,832 148 .89 1,762 132
Va. 4,818 4,192 626 .85 4,095 532
W.Va. 1,664 1,614 50 1.03 1,714 52
N.C. 13,668 10,388 3,280 .89 12,165 2,919
S.C. 16,128 12,096 4,032 .91 14,676 3,669
GaI 10,296 7,722 2,574 .99 10,193 2,548
Fla, 500 460 40 1.32 660 53
Ky. 2,136 1,922 214 1.03 2,200 22Q
Tenn. 4,732 3,691 1,041 1.04 4,921 1,083
Ala, 2,05Z 1,642 410 1.17 2,401 480
Miss 3,335 2,835 500 1.03 3,435 515
Ark. 3,050 2,226 824 1.03 3,142 849
La, 1,204 1,035 169 1.08 1,300 183
Okla, 4,768 4,196 572 .92 4,387 526
Tex. 8,145 5,864 2,281 1.01 8,226 2,304
Mont. 10,200 7,650 2,550 .77 7,854 1,964
Idaho 8,022 4,653 3,369 .89 7,140 2,998
Wyo. 4,694 3,614 1,080 .93 4,365 1,004
o0. 5,187 3,890 1,297 .99 5,135 1,284
NMex0 518 414 104 1.07 554 111
Ariz. 369 140 229 1.14 421 261
Utah 1,886 1,565 321 1.04 1,961 334
Nev. 320 240 80 1.09 349 87
Wash. 6,670 3,135 3,535 .93 6,203 3,288
Oreg. 7,515 3,908 3,607 1.04 7,816 3,751
i_ 4,20 a0 _,1 1.11- ------4,Z95 3,78
LL_.. i,21,a8 _ ,1,1_ 0 2_ _0_,Q.7-_-.. .. .,O8, -96 249!k5;
I/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 1 to May 31 for Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana,
Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all other States.
The value shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with clendar year income. -7-




OATS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, EB T STATES, 192 2 CROP J: Farm Disosition_:Season average: _ Value State Production Feed and : Sold : price per bu Value of. Value of : received by
Sseed P-/roduction sales
farmer 2/..
Thousand bushel Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 2,460 1,771 689 .88 2,165 606
N.H. 144 141 3 103 148 3
Vt. 1,224 1,163 61 1,03 1,261 63
Mass, 124 122 2 1.03 128 2
R.I. 31 31 1- .03 32 -Conn, 120 117 3 1.03 124 3
N.Y. 28,490 25,356 3,134 ,87 24,786 2,727
N.J. 1, 386 1, 247 139 .91 1,261 126
Pa. 21,895 19,487 2,408 ,90 19,706 2,167
Ohio 46,916 35,656 11,260 .81 38,002 9,121
Ind. 50,268 38,706 11,562 .78 39,209 9,018
Ill. 124,283 79,541 44,742 .77 95,698 34,451
Mich. 50,786 43,168 7,618 .79 40,121 6,018
Wis. 132,885 120,261 12,624 .79 104,979 9,973
Minn, 204,555 157,507 47,048 .73 149,325 34,345
Iowa 216,370 173,096 43,274 .77 166,605 33,321
Mo. 26,268 22,853 3,415 .86 22,590 2,937
N.Dak, 39,192 29,786 9,406 .63 24,691 5,926
S.Dak. 94,181 66,869 27,312 .72 67,810 19,665
Nebr. 46,626 36,368 10,258 .79 36,835 8,104
Kans. 18,142 15,239 2,903 .90 16,328 2,613
Del. 217 200 17 o91 197 15
Md. 2,001 1, 851 150 .89 1, 781 134
Va. 4,719 4,200 519 88 4,153 457
W.Va. 1,593 1,545 48 .98 1,561 47
N.0, 12,682 9,892 2,790 .92 11,667 2,56?
S.C. 17,460 12,746 4,714 .94 16,412 4,431
Ga. 14,130 10,032 4,098 1,00 14,130 4,098
Fla. 1,080 994 86 1,15 1,242' 99
Ky. 2,600 2,366 234 1.04 2,704 243
Tenn., 5,600 4,480 1,120 1,06 5,936 1,187
Ala. 3,249 2,664 585 1.15 3,736 673
Miss. 6,179 5,067 1,112 1,05 6,488 1,168
Ark. 3,998 2,719 1,279 1.1 4,038 1,292
Lao 1,680 1,394 286 1.05 1,764 300
Okla, 8,442 7,007 1,435 *92 7,767 1,320
Texas 20,910 12,546 8,364 .92 19,237 7,695
Mont. 10,352 8,075 2,277 .84 8,696 1,913
Idaho 8,602 5,161 3,441 o92 7,914 3,166
Wyo, 4,495 3,416 1, 079 093 4,180 1,003
Colo. 6,303 4,664 1,639 e94 5,925 1,541
N,Mex 594 374 220 1.05 624 231
Ariz. 572 172 400 1,15 658 460
Utah 2,024 1,720 304 1,05 2,125 319
Nev. 352 257 95 110 387 104
Wash, 6,800 3,468 3,332 .95 6,460 3,165
Oreg. 9,775 5,083 4,692 .98 9,580 4,598
Calif 5. 5.525 995 4, 5.30 1.13 6,243 5,.1
U.S 1..268 280 981573 286,707 9 409 28,5
- -- A .B..70 _,79 .1.0 00 _ a ....
1 Preliminary. 2 Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan 'urd purchase agreement deliveries valued a 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, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabamn, Mississippi, 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 confused with calendar year income. 8
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BARLEY: PRODUCTION _FARM DISPOSITION. AND VALUE_ BY STATES,_I9i CROP
: Farm disposition: Season average: Value
State Production : Feed : : price per bu. : Value Value
and : Sold : received by : of of
j _Seed : : farmers _:production : salesThousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
me. 192 159 33 1.28 246 42
Vt. 33 31 2 1.42 47 3
NIT. 2,516 2,315 201 1.21 3,044 243
N.J. 684 472 212 1.24 848 263
Pa. 5,416 4,604 812 1.18 6,391 958
Ohio 494 435 59 1.19 588 70
Ind. 408 359 49 1.26 514 62
Ill. 812 447 365 1.32 1,072 482
Mich. 3,876 2,442 1,434 1.20 4,651 1,721
Wis. 6,633 4,444 2,189 1.27 8,424 2,780
Minn. 38,555 10,024 28,531 1.20 46,266 34,237
Iowa 693 312 381 1.14 790 434
MO. 1,290 1,122 168 1.28 1,651 215
N.Dak. 51,188 15,356 35,832 1.08 55,283 38,699
S.Dak. 19,693 9,847 9,846 1.06 20,875 10,437
Nebr. 4,620 3,788 832 1.20 5,544 998
Kans. 1,547 1,253 294 1.25 1,934 368
Del. 341 273 68 1.14 389 78
Md. 2,470 2,075 395 1.14 2,816 450
Va. 2,624 2,309 315 1.16 3,044 365
W.Va. 312 278 34 1.36 424 46
N.C. 1,260 1,058 202 1.33 1,676 269
S.C. 400 312 88 1.43 572 126
Ga. 90 74 16 1.49 134 24
Ky. 1,192 1,049 143 1.21 1,442 173
Tenn. 980 813 167 1.34 1,313 224
Ark. 72 62 10 1.15 83 12
Okla. 198 178 20 1.30 257 26
Tx. 518 295 223 1.27 658 283
Mont. 12,650 6,072 6,578 1.07 13,536 7,038
Idaho 10,432 4,694 5,738 1.26 13,144 7,230
Wyo. 4,587 3,165 1,422 1.20 5,504 1,706
Colo. 9,541 7,251 2,290 1.29 12,308 2,954
N.Mex. 430 314 16 1.32 568 153
Ariz. 4,900 980 3,920 1.44 7,056 5,645
Utah 6,072 4,493 1,579 1.40 8,501 2,211
Nev. 714 357 357 1.53 1,092 546
Wash. 3,384 1,015 2,369 1.35 4,568 3,198
Oreg. 10,110 3,235 6,875 1.39 14,053 9,556
Calif._ 4_2,360 ,_0 _36,_51 ---- -l.51 -6,264 5 648
_.S._ - 25_,.87 i0a,269- 5,0I_ .266 --- -l6 - I,270 -1 89-J 923
1/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 1 to May 31 for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, 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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BARLEY: PROJgJCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP I/
Farm Disposition _: Season average:- :VleState : Production : Feed : : price per bu. : Value Value
: and : Sold : received by : of : of
- - aad ..a.r.l 2 R r 9 .... .. 81
.ead. : : farmeri =/_ .j .sdl
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Me. 112 97 15 1.20 134 18
Vt. 30 28 2 1.40 42 3
N.Y. 2,170 1,996 174 1.28 2,778 223
N.J., 548 406 142 1.28 701 182
Pa. 5,476 4,655 821 1.22 6,681 1,002
Ohio 540 475 65 1.33 718 86
Ind. 648 564 84 1.26 816 io6
Ill. 649 454 195 1.32 857 257
Mich. 2,552 1,991 561 1.16 2,960 651
Wis. 3,395 2,037 1,358 1.43 4,855 1,942
Minn. 28,400 6,248 22,152 1.30 36,920 28,798
Iowa 690 345 345 1.20 828 414
Mo. 1,500 1,320 180 1.32 1,980 238
N.Dak. 34,580 11,757 22,823 1.19 41,150 27,159
STDak. 9,734 4,575 5,159 1.18 11,486 6,088
Nebr. 3,440 2,546 894 1.25 4,300 1,118
Kans. 1,333 11,120 213 1.28 i,706 273
Del. 300 246 54 1.18 354 64
Md. 2,178 1,917 261 1.20 2,614 313
Va. 2,788 2,453 335 1.20 3,346 402
W.Va. 352 317 35 1.39 489 49
N.C. 1,398 1,174 224 1.35 1,887 302
S.C. 486 369 117 1.45 705 170
Ga. 135 105 30 1.50 202 45
Ky. 1,484 1,291 193 1.40 2,078 270
Tenn. i,100 924 176 1.43 1,573 252
Ark. 105 88 17 1.30 136 22
Okla. 455 405 50 1.32 601 66
Tex. 870 618 252 1.30 1,131 328
Mont. 12,880 6,182 6,698 1.20 15,456 8,038
Idaho 12,062 4,945 7,117 1.35 16,284 9,608
Wyo. 4,224 2,999 1,225 1.30 5,491 1,592
Colo. 9,946 6,962 2,984 1.35 13,427 4,028
N.Mex. 528 380 148 1.50 792 222
Ariz. 5,885 1,059 4,826 1.50 8,828 7,239
Utah 6,204 4,591 1,613 1.42 8,810 2,290
Nev. 703 401 302 1.55 1,090 468
Wash. 3,024 1,119 1,905 1.45 4,385 2,762
Oreg. 10,212 3,268 6,944 1.55 15,829 10,763
qai._ - 82_ _.5. .0V 42_. -1A5.5 ---- ..533_ -U.s._ 227.008_ .&82Li 131_% -_0-- _--Q7.L92- _12
l/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 1 to May 31 for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, 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. 10





RYE: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUA, BY STATES, 195' CROP

Farm Disoosit ion
: Total .Used. on farms where _own
S*G'round at mill Sold
State Production used for For Fed to
for home use
seed seed : livestock: or exchanged
"_ .._ _* o flour .

T hou s an d bus he 1 s

N.Y 222 196 24 93 105
N.J. 209 158 28 46 135
Pa. 186 30 16 134 2 34
Ohio 288 95 20 138 1 129
1nd. 538 164 52 194 292
11. 533 102 31 160 342
Mich. 868 207 72 434 362
Wis. 1,116 146 88 502 8 518
Minn. 2,850 264 190 20 2 2,458
Iowa 112 38 8 39 65
Mo, 275 127 29 55 1 190
NoDak. 2,670 235 153 53 2 2,462
SoDak 6,656 448 318 333 5 6,000
Nebr. 1, 717 300 159 584 974
Kanso 285 101 32 86 167
Del. 276 57 31 61 184
Md., 203 86 28 61 2 112
Va. 276 239 45 80 2 149
WoVa. 26 9 2 18 6
N.C, 210 138 28 84 4 94
S.C. 75 26 7 21 47
Ga. 44 45 7 8 29
KY. 204 164 28 53 123
Tenn. 150 104 21 50 79
Okla. 225 161 45 68 112
Tex. 78 102 26 27 25
Mont. 94 24 7 33 54
Idaho 45 10 4 14 27
Wyo. 66 24 5 33 28
Colo. 216 48 17 86 113
N.Mex, 25 4 2 4 19
Utah 45 15 7 21 1 16
Wash. 154 55 15 45 94
Oreg. 276 134 34 69 1 172
Calif. 88 23 9 44 35

U.S. 219301 4,079 l,588 3,931 31 15,751


The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all 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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RYE: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AN4D VALUE, 3Y STATES, 1952 CROP

: .... 3Far~m Di s os_ ti
: Total Used on farms where gro n-
State : Production : used for : For Fed to : Grod at mill: Sold
see lives : for home use :
seed : seed livestock.,o: xc e
see : or exchanged
- -: for flour

Thousand bushels

N.Y. 176 182 20 72 -84
N. J. 148 146 22 28 98
Pa. 204 40 20 153 2 29
Ohio 262 105 19 86 1 156
Ind. 658 196 61 158 439
Ill. 462 126 29 162 271
Mich. 630 198 57 220 353
Wis. 667 98 54 313 6 294
Minn. 1,742 226 149 105 1 1,487
Iowa 108 37 7 43 58
Mo. 300 154 34 60 1 205
N.Dak. 1,575 306 162 32 1 1,380
S.Dak. 3,157 485 296 63 3 2,795
Nebr. 1,700 300 138 663 899
Kans. 462 121 45 92 325
Del. 196 58 27 39 130
Md. 202 86 26 44 2 130
Va. 240 22 45 55 2 138
W.Vae 27 9 2 18 7
N.C. 225 138 28 90 3 104
S.C. 80 30 9 2 50
Ga. 74 52 10 13 51
Tv. 284 201 40 68 176
Tenn. 220 135 27 22 171
Okla. 920 197 61 267 592
Tex. 216 106 37 76 103
Mont. 60 27 6 23 31
Idaho 52 8 3 16 -33
Wyo. 45 24 4 18 23
Colo. 216 48 19 71 126
N. Mex. 40 4 2 6 32
Utah 51 15 8 24 1 18
Wash. 100 49 11 30 59
Oreg. 315 128 32 72 1 210
Calif. 96 23 9 48 39

U.S. 15,910 4,310 1,519 3,271 24 l,096
---------------------------------------------------l_/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and California; July 1 to June 30 for all other States.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop yeax and should not be
confused with calendar year incomes
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RYE: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 AND 1952 l/ CROPS

Season average Value
: price per bu. : Value : Value of rye :
State :. received by :for farm house-: Value of
farmers 2/ - reduction : hold sales
- -:- -: 1951 -: 1952 : 1951 : 1952 :1951 -:_ 1952_: 1951 : 1952
Dollars T h o u s a n d d o 1 1 a r s
N.Y. 1.48 1.77 329 312 155 149
N.J. 1.49 1.82 311 269 201 178
Pa. 1.49 1.58 277 322 3 3 51 46
Ohio 1.65 1.80 475 472 2 2 213 281
Ind. 1.65 1.80 888 1,184 482 790
Ill. 1.65 1.80 879 832 564 488
Mich. 1.59 1.73 1,380 1,090 576 611
Wis. 1.53 1.62 1,707 1,081 12 10 793 476
Minn. 1.56 1.71 4,446 2,979 3 2 3,834 2,543
Iowa 1.53 1.75 171 189 99 102
MO. 1.71 1.95 470 585 2 2 325 400
N.Dak. 1.46 1.60 3,898 2,520 3 2 3,595 2,208
S.Dak. 1.47 1.65 9,784 5,209 7 5 8,820 4,612
Nebr. 1.49 1.60 2,558 2,720 1,451 1,438
Kans. 1.55 1.70 442 785 259 552
Del. 1.52 1.82 420 357 280 237
Md. 1.57 1.75 319 354 3 4 176 228
.a. 1.61 1.90 444 456 3 4 240 262
W.Va. 1.72 1.85 45 50 10 13
N.C. 2.20 2.40 462 540 9 7 207 250
S.C. 2.25 2.50 169 200 106 125
Ga. 2.51 2.70 110 200 73 138
Ky. 1.88 2.10 384 596 231 370
Tenn. 2.00 2.15 300 473 158 368
Okla. 1.59 1.75 358 1,610 178 1,036
Tex. 1.50 1.75 117 378 38 180
Mont. 1.30 1.45 122 87 70 45
Idaho 1.49 1.75 67 91 40 58
Wyo. 1.46 1.57 96 71 41 36
Colo. 1.52 1.60 328 346 172 202
N.Mex. 1.51 1.65 38 66 29 53
Utah. 1.66 1.70 75 87 2 2 27 31
Wash. 1.55 1.65 239 165 146 97
Oreg. 1.47 1.65 406 520 1 2 253 346
Calif. 1.51 1.70 133 163 53 66

U.S. 1.52 1.71 32,647 27,359 50 45 23,946 19,015

I/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 1 to May 31 for Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, 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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BUCKWHEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
--- Farm Disposition :
: : ... .-- --- -- :Season a
: : Used on farms where brown : av.
Total : : : Ground : :Value of :
State: Produc- : used : : Fed : at mill : : prie alue :buckwheat:v
tion : for : For : to : for home:Sold recd. of :for farm of hoe:01 rofu .fo hoasbo
: seed : seed :live-: use or : :produc- :householdsales
: : :stock: exchanged: :farmers: tion : use :
: :a : for flour: :
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars

Me. 63 3 2 33 16 12 1.62 102 26 19
N.Y. 908 50 38 522 3 345 1.48 1,344 4 511
Pa. 944 56 42 667 8 227 1.37 1,293 11 311
Ohio 209 8 4 133 1 71 1.37 286 1 9?
Ind. 30 2 1 11 18 1.36 41 24
Ill. 48 1 1 25 22 1.36 65 30
Mich. 210 13 6 103 101 1.32 277 133
Wis. 319 25 16 200 1 102 1.26 402 1 129
Minn. 204 19 9 109 86 1.15 235 99
N.Dak. 48 24 24 1.14 55 27
SDak. 28 14 14 1.14 32 16
Md. 63 3 2 49 3 9 1.40 88 4 13
Va. 33 28 1 4 1.76 58 2 7
W. VYa. 114 7 5 93 5 11 1.78 203 9 20
Tenn. 119 5 4 90 1 24 1.61 192 2 39

U.S. 39340 192 130 2,101 39 1,070 1.38 4,673 60 1,4 75





BUCKWHEAT: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP j/
-----------------------------------------------------------Me. 32 3 2 13 11 6 1.55 50 17 9
N.Y. 1,080 51 33 526 3 518 1.40 1,512 4 725
Pa. 903 56 41 557 7 298 1.45 1,309 10 432
Ohio 144 6 3 95 1 45 1.40 202 1 63
Ind. 29 2 1 11 17 1.50 44 26
Ill. 16 1 1 8 7 1.45 23 10
Mich. 204 11 4 110 90 1.40 286 126
Wis. 357 25 16 197 1 143 1.35 482 1 193
Minn. 168 18 8 110 50 1.20 202 60
Md. 48 3 2 40 2 4 1.55 74 3 6
W.Ya. 112 7 5 91 5 11 1.65 185 8 18
Tenn. 70 5 4 52 1 13 1.75 122 2 23
----------------------------------------------------------U.S. 3,163 188 120 1,810 31 1,202 1.41 4,491 46 1,691
---------------------------------------------------------.1/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 confused with calendar year income.

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FLAXSEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP

S- : FarmDisposition :Season av. price: Value ..Total .
State ......"i :Used for seed S :per bu. received: Value :Value
seed on farms Sold by farmers :of pro-: of
: where aown :duction:salEs

Thousand 1T~lJ Dollars .dollar
Mich. 38 5 3 35 3.71 141 130
Wis. 550 8 5 145 3.73 560 541
Minn. 10,845 9M3 600 10,245 368 39,910 37,702
Iowa 570 40 26 544 3.61 2,058 1,964
Mo. 5 ....5 3.16 16 16
N.Dak. 16,226 881 529 15,697 3.66 59,387 57,451
S.Dak. 4,584 351 22-8 4,356 3.61 16,548 15,725
Kans. 82 7 4 78 2.95 242 230
Okla. 32 2 1 31 2.81 90 87
Tex. 75 66 5 70 4.00 300 280
Mont. 198 6 4 194 3.61 715 700
Wyo. 5 5- 3,41 17 17
Ariz. 126 3 -- 126 4, 23 533 533
Wash. 22 -- 22 3.89 86 86
Calif. _- - 34_ 7- 1.73 4 88_ 88, 202
.S - 3 .,.6_. 2,62 _ 1.,412 -., _X -.... .2 18 8t iZ, 66



FLAXSMMD: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 2/


Mich. 35 4 2 33 3.65 128 120
Wis. 117 6 4 113 3.65 427 412
Minn. lO,480 951 571 9,909 3.80 39,824 37,654
Iowa 540 28 18 522 3.80 2,052 1,984
N.Dak. 12,980 1,146 665 12,315 3.65 47,377 44,950
S.Dak. 4,140 491 295 3,845 3.75 15,525 14,419
Kans. 38 4 2 36 3.35 127 121
Okla. 10 -- -1 0 3.30 33 33
Tex. 1,o62 76 23 1,039 3.4c 3,611 3,533
Mont. 114 6 2 112 3.50 399 392
Ariz. 78 -- 78 4.20 328 328
Cali_. _1..48 21 1~o4 4_Lh- -25o 1
-.. 21 oo2_ _2y3 1 _86 9 2416 2.2_ _ .8o_1 l_0.,_892

lIncludes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries
valued at the average rate per bushel, by States.

_]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 and should not be confused with calendar year income.
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SORGHUM GRAIN: PRODUCTIONs FARM DISPOSITION, AN D VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
---------------------------------------------------------Farm Disposition : Season av. : Tallue
State Prodaction 7Feed :price per bu. : Value : Value
and : Sold :received by : of of
--------- seed : farmers_ : 2drojutio_ sales_
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
Ind, 28 24 4 1.48 41 6
Mo 391 340 51 1.47 575 75
S.Dak.. 216 99 117 1.35 292 158
Nebr. 1,664l ,015 649 1,32 2,196 857
Kans. 57,310 17v193 40,117 1.32 75,649 52,954
N.C. 990 693 297 1.43 1,416 425
S.C. 74 63 11 1.63 121 18
Ala, 323 304 19 1.54 497 29
Ark. 315 271 44 1.46 460 64
La 16 14 2 1.45 23 3
Okla. 16,768 7,378 9,390 1.29 21,631 12,113
Tex. 72,250 189062 54,188 1,30 93,925 70,444
Colo. 2,748 632 2,116 1.38 3,792 2,920
N. Max. 3,410 1,057 2,353 1.33 4,535 3,129
Ariz. 1,092 20 852 1.80 1,966 1,534
Calif.,. .2 60 820o 200__ ... ..81o -314
U.S. 1601j91_ _AZ 0 _-Io 12-9_ 1.22 11489SORGHUM GRAIN: PRODUCTION. FARM DISPOSITION. AND VALUE,BY STATES I_952ROP2

Ind, 66 40 26 1 47 97 38
Mo, 540 464 76 1.54 832 117
S.Dak. 203 81 122 1.36 276 166
Nebr. 2,231 1,205 1,026 1,40 3,123 1,436
Kans. 18,536 9,083 9,453 1.48 27,433 13,990
N.C. 1,161 766 395 1,74 2,020 687
S.C. 66 58 8 1,76 116 14
Ala. 176 164 12 i, 60 282 19
Ark. 170 150 20 1.51 257 30
La. 38 33 5 1.51 57 8
Okla, 4,248 2,039 2,209 1. o 6,797 3,534
Tex. 48,236 7,718 40,518 157 75,731 63,613
Colo. 1,120 302 818 1.51 1,691 i,235
NMex. 903 542 361 1,57 1,418 567
Ariz. i, 632 277 1,355 1.82 2,970 2,466
Calif._ .292 39g __ 1_.92 1.88_ .... - _oM 7
U.S.------ .82.,16 __ .2,20 _2 9,96 18_ _ 9Z

1/Based on the reported price of Grain Sorghum. Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel,
by States.

.2_/Pre liminary.
The crop marketing season is July 1 to June 30 for Texas; September 1 to
August 31 for North Carolina, Louisiana, and Oklahoma; October 1 to September 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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POPCORN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP


: : Farm :Season average : Value
State Production :Disposition_ price per 100 : Value : Value
: : Sold : lb. ear corn : of : of
: : rec'd hy_farmers: production : sales
Thousand pounds Phairs Thousand dollars

Ohio 23,940 Practically 4.30 1,029 1,029
Ind. 36,080 4.30 1,551 1,551
Ill. 46,360 all 4,80 2,225 2,225
Mich. 4,278 3.80 163 163
Iowa 22,540 production 4.10 924 924
Mo. 15,000 4.50 675 675
Nebr. 15,000 sold 4.00 600 600
Kans. 4,100 4.30 176 176
Ky. 24,056 from 4.60 1,107 1,107
Okla. 12,350 3.30 408 L08
Tex, 1,445 farm-i 3.10 45 45

U.S. 205,149 4.34 8,903 8,903


POPCORN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 1/

: Farm : Season average : Value
State : Production :Diso-ti9n : i-rice per 100 : Value : Vlue
S: Sold : lb. ear corn : of : of
-: rec'd _y farmers: production : sales
Thousand pounds Dol rs Thousand dol lrs

Ohio 30,000 Practically 4.30 1,290 1,290
Ind. 51,975 4.35 2,261 2,261
Ill. 47,550 all 5.00 2,378 2,378
Mich. 5,400 3.90 211 211
Iowa 38,250 production 4.30 1,645 1,645
Mo. 22,400 4.50 1,008 1,008
Nebr. 24,000 sold 4.10 984 984
Kans. 9,758 4.50 4?39 439
Ky. 16,616 from 4.85 806 806
Okla. 5,700 3.80 217 217
Tex. 1, 4L0 farms 3.80 55 55


U.S. 253,089 4. 46 11,294 11,294


1/Preliminary.

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

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SOYBEANS FMR BEANS: P RODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
- ar -i sTton :easna. -
: Total s'67 7rs ere on price per : vu : al
State Produc-. used : e bushel re- : of :
tion for F + "of
tion for : Sold.ceived by : produc- : of
seed 0 sed :sales
S: seed : seed : livestock : :farmers : tion :
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
N.Y. 126 10 3 44 79 2.81 354 222
N.J. 330 54 38 20 P72 2.82 931 767
Pa. 374 63 32 97 2.75 1,028 674
Ohio 21,356 1,576 1,198 192 19,66 2.77 59,156 55,306
Ind. 38,385 2,2~ 1,684 230 36,471 2.73 104,791 99,566
Ill. 95,140 4,379 3,197 190 91,753 2.77 263,538 254,156
Mich. 2,460 158 118 86 2,256 2.72 6,691 6,136
Wis. 638 67 54 45 539 2.69 1,716 1,450
Minn. 18,848 1,436 933 1135 17,802 2.68 50,513 47,709
Iowa 32,452 1,789 1,181 195 31,076 2.74 88,918 85,148
Mo. 25,800 2,006 1,023 181 24,596 2.69 69,402 66,163
N.Dak. 364 34 14 2 348 2.59 943 901
S.Dak. 870 98 49 9 812 2.64 2,297 2,144
Nebr. 1,276 108 43 15 1,218 2.66 3,394 3,240
Kans. 5,814 633 329 29 5,456 2.66 15,465 14,513
Del. 884 114 76 18 790 2.64 2,334 2,086
MR. 1,232 160 104 68 1,060 2.65 3,265 2,809
Va. 2,938 329 237 75 2,676 2.67 7,978 7,145
W.Va. 14 16 2 4 8 ?.74 38 22
N.C. 5,098 660 356 148 4,594 2.59 13,204 11,898
S.C. 1,038 15 102 30 906 2.93 3,041 2,655
Ga. 220 115 58 11 151 2.92 642 441
Fla. 144 15 4 3 137 2.51 361 344
Ky. 2,470 340 153 37 2,280 2.72 6,718 6,202
Tenn. 3,202 424 229 26 2,947 2.67 8,549 7,888
Ala. 1,584 187 47 5 1,532 2.51 ,976 3,845
Miss. 5,525 910 455 55 5,015 2.59 14,310 12,989
Ark. 12,140 1,096 548 61 11,531 2.63 31,928 30,327
La. 665 206 31 1i 617 2.65 1,762 1,635
kla. 1,040 123 37 21 982 2.58 2,683 2,534
Tex. ----- 2 -------- ---U.S. 282,477 19,539 12,335 2,027 268,115 2.73 769,926 730,895

1IIncludes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel by States.
The crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.


HOPS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
-- -m + -. .
: PAoub 7~7 'rc e auY1i J1sjositionl : eson av. S VaUe
State : Produc- o Zarm So-- :price per : rslue : -Ee--S
State: tion : l :household. :lb. rec'd. : of of
use: a us 1 farers : production : sales
Thousand pounds Cents Thousand dollars
Idaho 2,543 1,835 No 1,835 68. 1,248 1,248
Wash. 27,387 20,140 farm 20,140 69. 13,897 13,897
Oreg. 18,774 13,506 household 13o506 65. 8,779 8,779
Calif. 14,535 11,139 use of hoPs 11,139 71. 7,909 7 909
IEoj_ "4_-:_G9- - _1/Production having value and sold represents. the salable quantities under the Hop Control Board regulations whether harvested or not.
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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SOYBEaMS BEMNS: P CUIETION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 1/

Total soiFin
..r.... : uoe :e"a Zii-frs i!e-egrown: : price per : -VaT e Value
....... :Pro. used .: ~E-- - -uhe -e -. of
State duction for For bushelre- : of of
Ssee seed to : Sold: ceived by : produc- sales
s e -e :-livestock : farmers 2 tion

Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
N. Y. 88 10 3 31 54 2.70 238 146
N.J. 410 57 40 20 350 2.80 1148 980
Pa. 361 56 28 58 275 2.70 975 742
Ohio 20,680 1,608 1,158 248 19,274 2.75 56,870 53,004
Ind. 38,493 2,336 1,752 192 36,549 2.75 105,856 100,510
ill. 85,128 4,466 3,350 255 81,523 2.80 238,358 228,264
Mich* 1,748 150 105 52 1,591 2.70 4,720 4,296
Wis. 816 62 50 82 684 2.70 2,203 1,847
Minn. 21,945 1,580 948 110 20,887 2.65 58,154 55,351
Iowa 37,587 1,879 1,165 226 36,196 2.70 101,485 97,729
Mo. 32,756 2,067 1,240 164 31,352 2.70 88,441 84,650
N.Dak. 362 47 19 2 341 2.55 923 870
S.Dake 1,275 98 56 13 1,206 2.60 3,315 3,136
Nebr. 2,288 130 52 16 2,220 2.65 6,063 5,883
lans. 7,360 538 350 44 6,966 2.65 19,504 18,460
Del. 986 129 83 25 878 2.65 2,613 2,327
MA. 1,350 175 105 88 1,157 2.65 3,578 3,066
Vas 2,958 313 219 59 2.680 2.65 7,839 -,102
WoVa. 15 14 2 4 9 2.85 43 26
N.Ce 4,785 675 371 96 4,318 2.60 12,441 11,227
S.C. 1,127 213 113 17 997 2.80 3,156 2,792
Ga. 336 115 58 10 268 2.85 958 764
Fla. 240 19 5 5 230 2.75 660 632
KY. 1,767 344 155 18 1,594 2.75 4,859 4,384
Temn. 3,620 389 214 47 3,359 2.65 9,593 8,901
Ala. 1,748 187 47 3 1,698 2.75 4,807 4,670
Miss. 6,142 818 450 61 5,631 2.75 16,890 15,485
Ark. 13,856 1,041 625 55 13,176 2.65 36,718 34,916
La. 594 206 31 15 548 2.70 1,604 1,480
Okla. 861 116 46 17 798 2.60 2,239 2,075
Tex. 2 --- --- ---U.S. 291,682 19,840 12,840 2,033 276,809 2.73 796,251 755,715

- jfreiiminazym a/Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per bushel, by States.
The crop marketing season is September I to August 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with
calendar y-ear income.


HOPS: PROIMMTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 2/ Produc- :0 PrTsdo viiin : eis v. : VaT, ue
S7Proo o oTar : Sold : price per : -YlUe : e
State household Sol lb. rec'd. : of of
ven l/ us. by farmers_: production sales
Thousand pounds Cents Thousand dollars
Idaho 3,568 2,130 No 2,130 60. 1,278 1,278
Wash. 25,852 17,695 farm 17,695 60. lo617 10,617
Oreg. 16,768 9,491 household 9,491 61. 5,790 5,790
Calif. 15,075 9,872 use of hops 9,872 60. 5,923 5 923

regulations whether harvested or not.



The crop marketing season is September 1 to August 31.

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





COWPEAS FOR PEAS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
-----------------------------------------------------------: : _Farm Disposition :Season :_ Value
: Total :Used on farms where_grown: average: :Value of:
Produc- : used: : Fed : For : : price : Value :cowpeas :Value
State : tion : for : For: to :farm : :per bu. : of :for farm: of
: seed: seed: live-:house-: Sold : rec'd. : produc-: house- :sales : : : stock: hold: : by : tion : hold:
S : : : use _: farmers _: us 1
Thousand bushels Dllars Thousand dollars
Ind. 6 --- 1 -- 5 2.81 17 --- 14
Ill. 75 22 18 --- --- 57 2.76 207 -- 157
Mo. 9 --- --- 1 -- 8 3.27 29 -26
Kans. 45 17 3 4 1 37 3.01 135 3 11
Va. 16 --- -- 1 1 14 3.84 61 4 54
N.c. 90 70 46 4 11 29 4,72 425 52 137
S.C. 330 185 120 16 17 177 4.68 1,544 80 828
Ga. 341 128 105 17 17 202 4.50 1,534 76 909
Fla. 14 33 7 1 3 3 4.27 60 13 13
Tenn. 18 18 10 1 2 5 4.64 84 9 23
Ala. 156 48 41 28 28 59 3.93 613 110 232
Miss. 186 64 51 28 37 70 4.38 815 162 307
Ark. 124 31 26 37 18 43 4.19 520 75 180
La. 76 30 22 23 13 18 4.67 355 61 84
Okla. 99 35 19 28 4 48 3.76 372 15 180
Tex. 448 108 70 121 31 226 3.59 1,608 111 811

U.S. 2,033 789 538 311 183 1,001 4.06 8,379 771 4,o66



COWPEAS FOR PEAS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP l/

Ill. 58 18 14 -- .44 2.90 168 -- 128
Kans. 21 17 3 2 1 15 3.00 63 3 45
N.C. 100 70 49 4 12 35 4.50 450 54 158
s.c. 310 185 120 15 15 160 5.00 1,550 75 800oo
Ga. 308 136 112 22 18 156 4.50 1,386 81 702
Fla. 14 33 7 1 3 3 4.80 67 14 14
Tenn. 30 18 13 2 3 12 4.70 141 14 56
Ala. 132 48 41 24 24 43 3.90 515 94 168
Miss. 161 64 51 24 32 54 4.50 724 144 243
Ark. 99 31 26 30 18 25 5.00 495 90 125
La. 84 30 22 25 14 23 4.50 378 63 104
Okla. 28 54 16 4 2 6 4.30 120 9 26
Tex. 364 108 70 109 29 156 4.05 1,474 117 632

U.S. 1,709 812 544 262 171 732 4.37 7,531 758 3,201

1/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is July 1 to June 30 for Texas; September 1 to August 31 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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PEANUTS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY STATES, 1951 CROP

Total .Farm ipasition
State Production used for Fe o arms he r ro Sold
aee for - -e and ---For farm~
seed 1 For seed l. household
S* lost use
Thousand pounds
Va. 237,980 109370 7,259 952 559 229,210
N.Co 319,950 17,850 12,495 960 2,100 304,395
TenA .- 2, 800 195 146 28 180 2 446
V.-0. Area_ 5609,730 28,415 19.$900 1_ 940 2839 536,951
SC.o 11,340 840 336 170 600 10,234
Ga. 595,800 45,045 10,811 2,979 5,600 576,410
Fla. 56,550 11,500 3,450 566 800 51,734
Ala, 205,620 16,500 4,125 2,056 4,000 195,439
Mi.ss&- 13, 0_Q 400 -300 270 -1,500 -- 930
S_._ ea 72,1 7 ,2 85 19.9022 6,0.41 _ 12, 500 834,747
Ark. 3,220 315 236 161 800 2,023
La, 975 160 120 49 350 456
Okla, 114,400 5,535 277 2,860 1,155 110,108
Texas 118,300 19,396 970 39549 2,400 111,381
N.Mex. 6 ,020 300 90 120 30 5 78Q
S.WA ea - a42, 915 25,706 1 693Z 6 739 4 735 229 748
U -- --- 675 955 128,406 4 4615 -14,720 20.074 6.0 546





Season average : Value of Value of
o Value
: price per lb. : picked and : peanuts for : Value
State : received by : threshed : farm : of
farmers : production _household use sales
Cents Thousand dol 1 1 ars
Va. 12.2 29,034 68 27,964
N.Ce 12,1 38,714 254 36,832
Tenn- .. ..-15.8 442 28 386
V- Area 12.,2 68_190 350 65,182
S.C. 11.3 1,281 68 1,156
Ga. 9,7 57,793 543 55,912
Fla, 9,4 5,316 75 4,863
Ala. 9.4 19,328 376 18,371
MiS S- 152 - 456 228 141
SoE.Area 9.64 84,174 1290 _8 ,443
Ark. 11.1 357 89 225
La. 14.6 142 51 67
Okla, 8.6 9,838 99 9,469
Texas 9.8 11,593 235 10,915
N._ex. 584 _3-. -561__S9W Ar.ea 9.2.4 _22,14 477 21,237
U.S -10.4 174,878 2 117 166 862
l/The difference between total seed and seed used on farms where grown represents peanuts purchased for seed and is duplicated under "Sold."
The crop marketing season is November 1 to October 31 for the V-C,. Area; September 1 to August 31 for the S.E. Area; and August 1 to July 31 for the S.W. Area.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.
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PEANiUTS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY STATES, 1952 CROP l/

Total : _. Farm Dispsition
Total
St : Used on farms where town
State Production :used for Fed an o T Sol
seed 2/ For seed Fed and : ouse eoNd: Sold
: : lost : use :
Thousand -Dounds
Va. 212,400 9,945 6,961 850 559 204,030
N.C. 291,450 17,000 11,900 874 2,100 276,576
Tenn.. 2,0 195 _146 24 180 2 O0O
.-C Area 50625 27,140 19 .007 ,748 2 8_39_ _82 656
S.c. 8,000 700 280 120 600 7,000
Ga. 435,200 44,200 10,608 2,176 5,600 416,816
Fla, 49,500 12,000 3,600 495 800 44,605
Ala, 229,600 16,500 4,125 2,296 4,000 219,179
i s.. 1,950 35o 262_ 176 50_0 ...12
S.E_Area 724&250 73_ 750 18.875 5,2a63 12_ 500 687 612
Ark. 1, 850 315 236 92 800 722
La. 700 --- 35 350 315
Okla. 46,200 5,850 292 1,155 1,155 43,598
Texas 80,500 19,760 988 2,415 2,400 74,697
New Mex ._ 5, 2- --50---- 300 90 105 30 5 5...5
S,. Aea 134,500 25 1606 3, 802 _4,735 124.357
U.S. 1,365,000 127,115 39,488 10,813 20,074 1,294,625

---------------------------------------- ------------: Season average : Value of : Value of :
Value
State : price per lb. : picked and : peanuts for :of
State :of : received by : threshed : farm sales
sales
:--_ farmers : production _: household use _:
Cents Thousand dollars
Va. 11.2 23,789 63 22,851
N.C. 11.3 32,934 237 31,253
Te-n 16A._ 389 29 332
_.*-0.. Area 11.3 57,i 329 54,46
S.C. 11.9 952 71 833
Ga. 10.6 46,131 594 44,182
Fla. 10.2 5,049 82 4,550
Ala, 10.1 23,190 404 22,137
3--s -- 17..0- 33 255 --....
S._E. Area 10..4- 75, 654 _1406 .. 7104Ark. 11.3 209 90 82
I&. 15.9 111 56 50
Okla. 11.2 5,174 129 4,883
Texas 11.3 9,096 271 8,441
New Mex. 13.0_ 682 4 653
*..Area 11.3_ 1--272 550 _14,102
550L _191Z -
U.S. 10.8 148,038 2,285 140,249
1 Preliminary.
2/The difference between total seed and seed used on farms where grown represents peanuts purchased for seed and is duplicated under "Sold."
The crop marketing season is November 1 to October 31 for the V.-C. Area; September 1 to August 31 for the S.E. Area; and Augmst 1 to July 31 for the S.W. Area.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.
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RICE: PRODUCTION FARM DISPOSITION AND V US, BY STATES. 19~.CROP
: : Farm Disposition : : Season : Value
: :Total Fsg a fr Z3. 7_y= g _n :av.price: :Value of:
: Pro- : used : : Fed : For : :per 100 : Value : rice : Value
State :duction: for : For : to : farm : Sold :lbs. re-: of :for farm: of
: : seed : seed:live-: house- : : ceived :produo-: house- : sales
: : : :ptock: hold : :by farm-: tion : hold :
-- : _: - -S~::r :s : : use :
Thousand baIs 2/ Dollars Thousand dollars
Miss. 662 55 30 --- --- 632 4.80 3,178 --- 3,034
Ark. 9,011 570 319 19 -- 8,673 4.98 44,875 --- 43,192
La. 11,934 656 138 126 76 11,594 4.55 54,300 346 52,753
Tex. 13,514 556 300 9 --- 13,205 4.86 65,678 --- 64,176
Calif,_l 626 462 3.52 3/10 --- y06914 4*25 2 846 -- _02
U.._ 527 2,206 1;32 16 Z__ 44,418 4.82 220,827_ 3~46 214~20
RICE: IODUCTION. F RMDIS p lOO_.. AND VALUE,_BY STATES. 192 CROP -
Miss. 1,056 61 40 1 -- 1,015 5.75 6,072 -- 5,836
Ark. 9,420 599 300 20 --- 9,100 5.90 55,578 -- 53,690,
La. 12,642 676 135 94 76 12,337 6.10 77,116 464 75,256
Tex. 13,662 567 284 9 --- 13,369 6.20 84,704 -- 82,888
Ca_ 1sif.o _5i4o1 _3 --- l ,f *25 .o686_ --_ 241
U 66O 2,f!3 ~ 1,160 I 6 .Y,_ & ,5 4.1l16_ 2-85911
jIncies an allowance for unrede ed3lans and purchase agreement deliveries Valued at the average rate per 100 pounds, by States. /Equivalent 100 pounds.
/The estimated total quantity of rise fed to livestock and poultry on all California farms is 100,000 bags in 1951 and 115,000 bags in 1952.
_/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is August I to July 31 for Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas; October 1 to September 30 for California.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.




VELVETBANS: PRODUCTION, AND VALUE, BT STATES, 1951 AND 1952 CROPS jj
: : Season average : Value
: Production : price per : Value : Value
State : : ton received : of : of
: 9 farmers sales.L
: 1951 : 1952 1951 : 1952 : 1951 : 1952 : 1951 _:_ 192
Thousand tons Dollars Thousand dollars
S.C. 15 12 37.00 38.oo00 555 456 ---Ga. 176 107 37.00 38.00 6,512 4,066 -.
Fla. 18 15 38.00 40.oo 684 600 .Ala. 28 21 39.00 40.00 1,092 840 --- -Miss. 4 3 32.00 33.00 128 99 --- --La. 1 1 35.o0 35.0oo 35 35
U.S. 242 159 37.20 38.30 9,006 6,096 --1/Preliminary.
i/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.

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DRY LDIBLE BEANS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 C1CP

: _Production _: : Farm Disposition :Season : .Value
:Total:_ -(Cleaned basis :av.."rice: :Value of:
:used : Used on farms : :per 100 : Value : beans :Value
State: Total:Cleaned: for :_ whzr w nTOwp _: Sold :lbs. re-: of :for farm: of :seed :For : For farm : :ceived :produc-: house- :sales
: household: :by farm-: tion hold
.seed: / ;_ e _s Z! _. .. u _Thousand bags Dollars Thousand dollars

Me. 80 73 7 4 3 66 14.70 1,073 44 970
N.Y. 1,529 1,442 94 10 ;2 1,430 9.50 13,699 19 13,585
Mich. 4,234 4,022 162 90 10 3,922 6.90 27,752 69 27,062
Nebr. 838 724 35 2 722 7.;30 5,285 5,271
Mont. 141 123 4 1 -- 122 6.40 787 781
Idaho 2,502 2,227 il 46 1 2,180 7.60 16,925 8 16,568
Wyo. 784 674 38 4 1 669 7.00 4,718 7 4,683
Colo. 1,563 1,469 57 28 2 1,439 6,70 9,842 13 9,641
N.Mex. 120 114 9 5 5 104 6.80 775 34 707
Ariz. 30 27 2 2 3 22 /7.10 192 21 156
Utah 8 7 1 1 -- 6 6.50 46 -39
Wash. 280 268 10 1 --- 267 7.70 2,064 2,056
Calif._ 5,232 4,709 171 68 2 4,639 9.00 42,381 18 41,751
U.S. 17,341 15,879 701 262 29 15,588 7.91 125,539 233 123,270
---------------------------------------------------------DRY EDIBLE BEANS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BYSTATES, 1952 CROP_4/

Me. 62 58 8 5 3 50 16.70 969 50 835
N.Y. 1,650 1,548 85 9 2 1,537 9.10 14,087 18 13,987
Mich. 3,910 3,754 158 88 8 3,658 7.70 28,906 62 28,167
Nebr. 1,120 1,063 40 2 1 1,060 7.80 8,291 8 8,268
Mont. 99 89 5 1 --- 88 7.50 668 660
Idaho 2,242 2,018 127 52 ti 1,965 8.80 17,758 9 17,292
Wyo. 821 747 41 4 1 742 7.50 5,602 8 5,565
Colo. 2,172 2,085 73 36 2 2,047 8.00 16,680 16 16,376
N.Mex, 136 129 10 6 5 118 8.20 1,058 41 968
Ariz. 30 27 2 2 2 23 8.00 216 16 184
Utah 28 26 1 -- 25 7.70 200 192
Wash. 192 177 13 1 --- 176 8.60 1,522 1,514
Calif. 4,315 3,873 155 61 1 3,811 10.10 39,117 10 38,491
U.S. 16,777 15,594 718 268 26 15,300 8.66 135,074 238 132,499
- 1.Forsm States alo includes small quantities fed to livestock or lost. ,/Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average rate per 100 pounds, by States.
_]Revised.
4_]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 confused with calendar year income.

NOTE: Revised 1950 season average price, value of production, value of beans for farm household use and value of sales are as follows:
Idaho: $7.00; $15,855,000; $14,000; $15,512,000.
U. S.: $7.44; $112,604,000; $255,000; $110,202,000.
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DRY FIELD PEAS: PRODUCTION, FAR lESPOSI TEON, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 cROo
: -Pro ducton T : rm-Dsposilion :Season av.: -Yilue
: :Total: Us7ed7oii Tas : :price per :
: : used : where grown : :100 lbs. : Value :
State :Total:Cleaned: for : T:Los n : Sold 2/:received : of : Value
S : :seed : Fbr :fed to : : by O pro- : of
a : : : seed:livestock: :farmers : diction : sales
: : : : 1/ : : : :
Thousand bags Dollars Thousand dollars
Minn. 34 29 5 4 1 24 4.30 125 103
N.Dak. 24 20 5 4 16 4.00 80 64
Mont. 70 62 10 1 61 5.20 322 317
Idaho 1,016 925 96 14 5 906 4.50 4,162 4,077
Wyo. 84 76 10 76 5.10 388 388
Colo. 30 27 15 9 1 17 5.00 135 85
Wash. 2,398 2,250 176 35 22 2,193 3.80 8,550 8,333
Oreg. 104 88 12 10 78 4.95 436 386
Calif. 5o 44 5 44 6.20 273 273
U.S. 3 L810 3,21 31 77 _29 3,-1 T .15711 23


DRY FIELD PEAS: PRODUCTION, FA IxISPOSrTON, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 3/
: -----rouctton- : -- Frii 1isposition : eason av.: Value
: 2 : ibtal: Usd-o taii price per : Value
where grown Values :Vau
:used : _e- -e1gro n :100 lbs. : of : Value
State :Total:Cleaned: for : Fbr :fed to Sold 2/:received pro- : of
: : seed: seed'livestock: by : diction : sales
: 1 : 1/ :farmers : :
Thousand bags Dollars Thousand dollars
Minn. 36 31 6 5 1 25 4.60 143 115
N. Dak. 21 17 5 4 13 4.70 80 61
Mont. 70 61 8 1 60 5.30 323 318
Idaho 868 781 105 16 4 761 5.30 4,139 4,033
wyo. 149 138 10 138 5.50 759 759
Colo. 80 74 13 8 2 64 4.50 333 288
Wash. 1,210 1,129 178 36 11 1,082 5.10 5,758 5,518
Oreg. 92 78 12 10 68 5.10 398 347
Calif. 84 74 5 74 6.30 466 466
U._S. 610 2,383 342 -80 18 2_, 28 i821 12 ,j99 11,903
1/Converted to cleaned basis, not including culls.
2/Not including culls sold.
3/Preliminary

The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for Minnesota, July 1 to
June 30 for 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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HAY. PROTECTION, FARM DISPOSITION*, AD VALUE, BY STATES,1951 CR(F
: arm D. position : Season er :Val ueV
State Production Kept on Sold prceper ton Value Value of
farms So received. : production sales
S. : : _farmers :

Thousand. tons Dollars Tho- xnd dollars
Me. 796 736 60 28.10 22,368 1,686
N.H. 397 365 32 29.80 11,831 954
Vt. 1,341 1,274 67 27.80 37,280 1,863
Mass. 540 483 57 35.50 19,170 2,024
R. I. 49 .45 4 34.80 1,705 139
Conn. 449 409 40 36.10 16,209 1,444
N.Y. 5, 678 5,224 454 20.30 115,263 9,216
N.J. 467 413 54 33.30 15,551 1,798
Pa. 3,544 3,243 301 25.10 88,954 7,555
Ohio 3,916 3,485 431 24.40 95,550 10,516
Ind. 2,651 2,426 225 21.80 57,792 4,905
Ill. 4,736 4,286 450 2.*90 98,982 9,405
Mich. 3,882 3,474 408 19.70 76,475 8,038
Wis. 8,936 8,552 384 16.70 149,231 C,413
Minn. 6,921 6,402 519 15.20 105,199 7,889
Iowa 6,948 8*496 452 16.20 112,558 7,322
Mo. 4,790 4,388 402 21.80 104,422 8,764
N.Dak. 3,077 2,917 160 15.90 48,924 2,544
S.Dak. 4,346 4,107 239 16.50 71,709 3,944
Nebr. 6,157 5,357 800 17.50 107,748 14,000
Kans. 3,467 2,964 503 23.70 82,168 11,921
Del. 100 93 7 25.?0 2, 570 180
Md. 683 632 51 27.50 18,782 1,402
Va. 1,641 1,543 98 34. 50 58,779 3, 391
W.Va. 1,048 990 58 28.50 29,868 1,653
N.C. 1,209 1,118 91 31.10 37,0S0 2, 830
S.C. 371 349 22 34.40 12,762 757
Ga. 622 544 78 27.40 17,043 2,137
Fla. 57 52 5 23.80 1,357 119
KO. 2,277 2,118 159 29.40 66,944 4,6875
Tenn. 1, C" 1,558 108 32.40 53,978 3,499
Ala. 563 507 56 30.80 17, 340 1,725
Miss. 74 724 50 2. 0 22,6 78 1,465
Ark. 1, 294 1,158 136 25.10 32,479 3,414
La. 344 310 34 ?8, t 5, t) 969
Okla. 1,796 1, 383 413 &a.50 44,002 10,118
Tex. 1,456 1,019 437 30.60 44,554 13,372
Month. 2,363 2,091 272 32.30 76,325 8,786
Idaho 2,281 1,768 513 27.60 62,956 14,159
*Wyo. 1,255 1, 111 144 28.60 35,893 4, 13
olo. 2,026 1,540 486 32.60 66,048 i5,844
N.Mex. 418 255 163 39.30 16,427 6,406
Ariz. 634 285 349 34.40 21,810 12,006
Utah 1,023 885 138 30.30 30,997 4,181
Nev. 594 434 160 28.80 17,107 4,608
Wash. 1,431 1, 130 301 28.00 40,068 8,428
Oreg. 1,551 1, 218 333 28.40 44,048 9,457
Calif. 5,426 2,496 2,930 29.80 161,89s 87,314

U.S. 107,991 94,357 13,634 25.60 2,481,003 349,353

The crop marketing season is May 1 to April 30 in the southern part of the United States: June 1 to May 31 in the northern States.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income. Prices received for hay sold.balid are used for evaluating production and sales.

NOTE: Revised. 1950 season average price, value of production, and value of sales are as follows:
West Virginia: $27.40 $27,701,000 $1,534,000
$21.10 $2,190,536,000 $287,924,000

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HAY: PRODUCTION, FALi DISPOSITION, Al'! VALUE, BY $TA2S, 1952 CR0 jF
rodutin : average : -Vai
: price per ton:------State : od~c~ion : Kept on : Sold : received bo = Value of Value of
-ffarms bs : production sales
: : : : -farmers:

Thousand tons Dollars Thousand dollars

me. 825 730 95 24.50 20,212 2,328
N.H. 393 352 41 26,50 10,414 1,086
Vt. 1,310 1,218 92 2500 32,750 2,300
Mass. 522 462 60 34.50 18,009 2,070
3.I 52 48 4 34.50 1,794 138
Conn. 443 414 29 35.00 15,505 1,015
N.Y. 5,390 4,986 404 22.50 121,275 9,090
N.. 465 414 51 33.00 i5_ 345 1,683
Pa. 3,378 3,091 287 28.00 j-,,a64 8,036
Chio 3,677 3,273 404 27.00 99,279 10,908
Ina. 2,511 2,285 226 23.50 59,008 5,311
IL.o 4,443 3,999 444 23.00 102,189 10,212
Mich. 3,538 3,131 407 22.00 77,836 8,954
Wis. 8,508 8,066 442 18.00 153,144 7,956
Minn. 6,986 6,427 559 16.50 115,269 9,224
Iowa 6,843 6,398 445 17.50 119,7'52 7,788
Mo. 3,702 3,384 318 26.50 98,103 8,4P7
N.Dak. 3,282 3,101 181 16.50 54,153 2,986
S.Dak. 4,007 3,755 252 18.50 74,130 4,662
Nebr, 6,009 5,138 871 24.00 144,215 20,904
Kans. 2,326 2,000 326 32.00 74,432 10,432
Del. 102 95 7 29.00 2,958 203
Md. 689 641 48 30.50 21,014 1,464
Va, 1,760 1,646 114 35.50 62,480 4,047
W.Va. 988 939 49 31.00 30,628 1,519
NC. 1,325 1,226 99 33.00 43,725 3,267
S.C. 425 398 27 35.00 14,875 945
Ga. 581 511 70 2- 50 17,140 2,065
a 54 48 6 2b.50 1,431 159
KY. 1,840 1,730 110 1 .50 61,640 3,685
Tenn. 1,290 1,206 M 34.50 44, .--S,1'
Ala. 572 515 57 31,50 13,018 1,796
Miss. 650 611 39 31.50 475 1,228
Ark. 775 709 66 32.00 Z', 00 2,112
La. 404 360 44 29.50 11,918 1,298
Okla. 1,556 1,198 358 32.50 5C,
Tex. 1,512 1,028 484 34.50 52 154 1; 394
Month. 2,582 2,311 271 28.00 72, 296 7,588
Idaho 2,643 2,088 555 23950 62,110 13,042
Wyo. 1,327 .1,188 139 30.50 40,474 4,240
Colo. 2,421 1,792 629 30.50 73,840 19,184
N.MAx. 455 273 182 38.50 17,518 7,007
Ariz. 678 258 420 31900 21,018 13,0,0
Utah 1,310 1,074 236 24,50 32,095 5,782
Nev. 670 502 168 25.00 16,750 4,200
Wash. 1,495 1,181 314 2*. 00 40,365 8,478
Oreg. 1,778 1,405 37: 28.00 49,784 10,444
Calif. 5,932 2,788 3,144 30.50 180,926 95,892

U.S. 104,424 90,393 14,031 27.00 2,586,916 379,406

I/Preliminary.

The crop marketing season is May 1 to April 30 in the southern part of the United States: June 1 to May 31 in the northern States.

The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with
calendar year income. Prices received for hay sold baled are used for evaluating production and sales.


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RED CLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION FARM DISPOSITION AND VALUE BY STATES 19 CROP
I:_ Farm Disposition Season av. price: Vagu
State iProduction -Used for seed: .per 100 lbs.recq: Value : Value
: Clean : on farms : Sold : by farmers : of : of
: : where grown : _1 1 :pr duction: _sales
Thousand ounds Dollars Thousand dollars
N.Y. 1,200 456 744 33.30 400oo 248
Pa. 2,900 986 1,914 37.20 1,079 712
Ohio 15,800 7,742 8,058 28.70 4,535 2,313
Ind, 5,700 2,679 3,021 29.40 1,676 888
Iii. 8,000 3,520 4,480 32.10 2,568 1,438
Mich, 8,700 2,958 5,742 27.90 2,427 1,602
Wis. 5,900 2,360 3,540 32.00 1,888 1,133
Minn. 4,600 1,610 2,990 2/31.80 1,463 951
Iowa 8,400 5,376 3,024 32.90 2,764 995
Mo. 5?,700 3,021 2,679 30.50 1,738 817
Nebr. 870 435 435 2/31.50 274 137
Kans. 180 112 68 31.70 57 22
Md. 920 414 506 40.70 374 206
Va. 780 390 390 2/40.20 314 157
Ky. 1,300 429 871 35.80 465 312
Mont. 900 27 873 34.90 314 305
Idaho 10,300 154 10,146 32.80 3,378 3,328
Wash. 850 8 842 42.20 359 355
Oreg. 3,200 96 3,104 37.20 1,190 1,155
Calif.3/ ... 116 3 -11_3 ....-I 15. 00 .122 112
U.S._ 86316_ _ 2,276 3- .,540 2.10 27.385 17-123
RED CLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 4L N., Y 980 382 598 29.70 291 178
Pa. 990 505 485 37,00 366 179
Ohio 9,200 4,692 4,508 29.40 2,705 1,325
Ind. 7,400 4,070 3,330 29.00 2,146 966
Ill. 14,600 6,278 8,322 31.30 4,570 2,605
Mich. 10,400 3,536 6,864 27.50 2,860 1,888
Wis. 9,000 4,410 4,590 29.70 2,673 1,363
Minn. 6,100 2,806 3,294 29.20 1,781 962
Iowa 12,900 6,579 6,321 30.80 3,973 1,947
Mo. 10,900 5,014 5,886 31.50 3,434 1,854
Nebr. 1,500 795 705 31.20 468 220
Kans, 920 423 497 31.40 289 156
Md. 420 244 176 43.00 181 76
Va. 560 314 246 41.70 234 103
Ky. 340 119 221 38.70 132 86
Mont. 800 16 784 32.50 260 255
Idaho 7,800 78 7,722 32.50 2,535 2,510
Wash. 1,100 22 1,078 39.00 429 420
Oreg. 1,600 32 1,568 37.50 600 588
Calif. . 5 1 44- 250 -4 - -- 33
U.S._ -55 40, 116 -57.219 3090 29 961 17 714_
1/Includes an allowance for loan and purchase agreement quantities, by States, for 1952.
2/Revised.
3/California production includes a large proportion of foundation seed.
4/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 confused with calendar year income.
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ALFAIFA SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP S Farm Disposition :Season average: Value
State : Production : Used for : :price per 100 : Value : Value
: Clean :seed on farms: Sold : lbs. received: of : of
: : where Pgrown_:_ :_ byfarmerslL._prodgution : sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ohio 250 120 130 48.00 120 62
Ind. 180 180 -- 46.60 84 --Mich. 990 436 554 53.60 531 297
Wis. 400 180 220 55.70 223 123
Minn. 2,200 880 1,320 48.60 1,069 642
Iowa 200 150 50 2/52.90 10o6 26
N.Dak. 2,900 870 2,030 48.90 1,418 993
S.Dak. 2,900 870 2,030 51.10 1,482 1,037
Nebr. 2,200 814 1,386 53.50 1,177 742
Kans, 2,900 667 2,233 58.50 1,696 1,306
Okla. 6,700 670 6,030 48.00 3,216 2,894
Tex. 2,300 276 2,024 2/37.70 867 763
Mont. 5,900 295 5,605 56.50 3,334 3,167
Idaho 6,400 256 6,144 52.90 3,386 3,250
Wyo. 1,300 182 1, 118 58.00 754 648
Colo. 2,000 240 1,760 50.00 1,000 880
N.Mex. 1, 600 160 1,440 2/35.50 568 511
Ariz. 9,700 485 9,215 28.00 2,716 2,580
Utah 11,500 172 11,328 49.50 5,692 5,607
Wash. 15,100 151 14,949 47.20 7,127 7,056
Oreg. 2,000 30 1,970 50.50 1,010 995
Calif._ 0o0 -o -:250--- 19.90 9 925 --- 676
U. 14 60 ..5--8. 342 786 5.20 4751 _41,5
ALFALFA SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP j Ohio 920 552 368 32.70 301 120
Mich. 1,300 650 650 34.50 448 224
Wis. 860 473 387 37.00 318 143
Minn. 1,400 560 840 31.20 437 262
Iowa 130 98 32 31.50 41 10
N.Dak. 2,500 825 1, 675 31.50 788 528
S.Dak. 9,800 1,862 7,938 31.50 3,087 2,500
Nebr. 15,800 4,582 11,218 31.50 4,977 3,534
Kans. 26,400 5,280 21,120 32.00 8,448 6,758
Okla. 11,300 1,017 10,283 30.50 3,446 3,136
Tex. 5,000 350 4,650 28.90 1,445 1,344
Mont. 7,800 624 7,176 31.50 2,457 2,260
Idaho 7,700 231 7,469 33.00 2,541 2,465
Wyo. 2,100 105 1,995 34. oo 714 678
Colo. 2,400 288 2,112 30.50 732 644
N. Hx. 1, 600 80 1,520 31.00 496 471
Ariz. 6,800 102 6,698 27.50 1,870 1,842
Utah lo0,600 530 10,070 27.80 2,947 2,799
Wash. 17,300 17 17,213 34.00 5,882 5,852
Oreg. 2,500 13 2,487 36.oo00 900 895
ca 18__ _ -8-L -24 -70 1i4 282 14,132.
U.S. 112810 18 69 _1 l.15-- 12,80 -- .565.57- 5,604
1952 includes an allowance for loan and purchase agreement quantities, by States. f/Revised.
./Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is Aug. 1 to July 31 for Kans., Okla., Tex., N. Mex., Ariz., and Calif.; Sept. 1 to Aug. 31 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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LESPIDEZA SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
Farm Diaiositi.on : Season av. : Value
State :Production :Used for seed: : price per : Value : Value
: Clean : on farms : Sold :100 lb. reo'd : of : of
: where grown: :_ jy_farmers- p ution : -sales_
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ind. 2,900 406 2,494 10.00 290 249
Ill. 3,800 456 3,344 9.90 376 331
Mo. 33,200 7,636 25,564 9.40 3,121 2,403
Kans. 4,700 752 3,948 8.20 385 324
Md. 3,700 518 3,182 11. 20 414 356
Va. 3,000 960 2,040 12.40 372 253
N.C. 22,000 9,460 12,540 1/12.70 2,794 1,593
s.c. 6,500 2,665 3,835 14.60 949 560
Ga. 6,400 2,560 3,840 15.20 973 584
Ky. 14,600 2,920 11,680 11.10 1,621 1,296
Tenn. 6,600 1,782 4,818 14.30 9144 689
Ala. 2, 100 609 1,491 17.90 376 267
Miss. 1,o700 595 1,105 19.80 337 219
Ark. 13,500 5,670 7,830 14.oo00 1,890 1,096
La. 170 65 105 31.80 54 33
Okla. 1,400 336 1,0 64 12.20 171 130
U.S. 126,270 37,390 88,880 11.70 15,067 10,383




LESPEDEZA SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP /
: : Farm Disaposition : Season av. : Value
State :Production :Used for seed: : price per : Value : Value
: Clean : on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd : of : of
: : where rovn : : by_farmers joductbion : salesThousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ind. 3,300 561 2,739 16, 10 531 441
Ill. 4,000 840 3,160 16.40 656 518
Mo. 37,100 9,275 27,825 15.20 5,639 4,229
Kans. 1,900 228 1, 672 15.10 287 252
Md. 5,4oo00 864 4,536 16.50 891 748
Va. 5,800 1, 508 4,292 18.80 1,090 807
N.C. 33,300 11,988 21,312 17.10 5,6934 3, 614'
S.C. 7,400 2,294 5,106 17.80 1,317 909
Ga. 5,700 1,197 4,503 20.50 1,168 923
Ky. 6,800 1,700 5,100 19.80 1,346 1,010
Tenn. 4,400 1,408 2,992 22.30 981 667
Ala. 2,400 504 1,896 23.70 569 449
Miss. 800 400 400 25.50 204 102
Ark. 3,800 2,318 1,482 22.00 836 326
Okla. 380 152 228 18.20 69 41
U.S. 122,480 35,237 87,243 17.30 21,278 15,066
--------------------------------------------------------------l/Revisead.
./Preliminary.
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 confused with calendar year income. 30
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SWEETCLOVER SED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
: : Farm Disposition :Season average: Value
State : Production : Used for, : : price per : Value : Value
: Clean :seed on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd : of : of
: where_own : farmers .production: sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ohio 2,000 500 1, 500 7.80 156 117
Ind. 470 357 113 9.80 46 11
Ill. 1,500 750 750 11.20 168 84
Mich. 1,300 520 780 1/ 9.50 124 74
Wis. 440 198 242 10.20 45 25
Minn. 12,900 774 12,126 7.90 1,019 958
Iowa 630 284 346 10.60 67 37
Mo. 650 377 273 1/10. 60 69 2:
N.Dak. 1,500 390 1,110 9.40 141 104
S.Dak. 2,500 500 2,000 9.00 225 180
Nebr. 2,000 1, 200 800 10.00 200 80
Kans. 2,800 952 1,848 10.40 291 192
Okla. 4),400 924 3,476 12.00 528 417
Tex. 10,800 2,700 8,100 1/11.30 1,220 915
Mont. 1,200 60 1, 140 /10.40 125 119
Idaho 1, 200 60 1,140 10.70 128 122
Wyo. 1,300 143 1,157 _/ 9.20 120 106
Colo. .1..400 126 1. 274 _10.40 146 13_ 2
U.S. 48920 0,81 8,17) .2.0 ,818 ,02



SWEETOLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 2/
: : Farm Disposition : Season average: Value
St : Production : Used for : : price per : Value : Value
State: Clean :seed on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd : of : of
: : where ~own : : y farmers :production: sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ohio 660 191 469 8.50 56 40
Imnd. 580 371 209 10.10 59 21
Ill. 640 358 282 10.70 68 30
Mich. 360 194 166 9.40 34 16
Wise. 280 154 126 9.80 27 12
Minn. 11,500 575 10,925 7.60 874 830
Iowa 980 274 706 9.70 95 68
Mo. 540 335 205 10.80 58 22
N.Dak. 3,000 480 2,520 8.30 249 209
S.Dak. 3,600 540 3,0 o60 8.30 299 254
Nebr. 3,600 1,224 2,376 9.40 338 223
Kans. 3,600 1,296 2,304 9.60 346 221
kla. 1,500 360 1,140 11.30 170 129
Tex. 7,700 1,540 6,160 12.70 978 782
Mont. 1,300 65 1, 235 8.90 116 110
Idaho 6oo00 54 546 8.50 51 46
Wyo. 980 49 931 8.60 84 80
Colo. 2 000 200 1,_00 _8.60 172
U._ ~42o0 8,260 ..31,160 2.2 074 _,248
J/Revised.
g/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.
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ALSIEE CLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AIND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP

Farm Disposition : Season av. : Value
State : Production :Used for seed: : price per : Value : Value
: Clean : on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd: of : of
.. - - : ere grown : : byfarmers. : roducion sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ohio 860 224 636 29.90 257 190
Ind, 65 49 16 31.50 20 5
Ill. 250 112 138 1/33.60 84 46
Mich. 500 75 425 29.20 146 124
wis. 1,200 84 1,116 31.80 382 355
Minn. 2,100 126 1,974 31.80 668 628
Iowa 170 83 87 1/37.40 64 33
Idaho 2,500 25 2,475 1/35.50 888 879
Oreg. 4,700 94 4,606 1/39.00 1,833 1,796
Calif. 1,900 19 1,881 1/38.50 732 724
U.S. 14,245 891 13,354 35.80 5,074 4,780










ALSIES CLOVER SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP/

: : Farm Disposition : Season av. : Value
State : Production :Used for seed: : price per : Value : Value
: Clean : on farms : Sold :100 lb. rec'd: of : of
: : where grown- : by farmers)/: p reduction : sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Ohio 550 77 473 29.10 160 138
Ind. 65 45 20 30.50 20 6
I II. 180 45 135 33.00 59 45
Mich. 240 60 180 27.90 67 50
Wis. 1,1i00 143 957 30.80 339 295
Minn. 1,400 70 1,330 30.20 423 402
Iowa 120 48 72 30.50 37 22
Idaho 2,400 24 2,376 27.50 660 653
Oreg. 5,000ooo 50 4,950 27.00 1,350 1,336
Calif. 2,000 20 1,980 27.00 540 535

U.S. 13,055 582 12,473 27.90 3,655 3,482
lI/Revised.
2jPreliminary.
_/Includes an allowance for loan and purchase agreement quantities, by States.
The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31. The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.

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TIMOTHY SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, IND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
- Farm-Disosition- :Season average - -Value
State : Production : Used for : price per 100: Value : Value
Clean : seed on farms : Sold :lbs. received : of : of
: where grown : : _by farmers _roduction:_ sales
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand dollars
Pa. 840 252 588 10.80 91 64
Ohio 11,700 2,223 9,477 1/ 6.40 749 607
Ind. 2,200 5o6 1,694 1/ 7.20 158 122
Ill. 1,500 300 1,200 8.60 129 103
Wis. 880 220 660 9.20 81 61
Minn. 1,100 132 968 7.70 85 75
Iowa 10,200 2,6_52 7,548 7.80 796 589
Mo- 10- 00 1 -216 904 7.3-0- 7 5.? 662
US_ 8.. 720 _7_521 1.,99 7. 2 2,8._ 2_28_3
TIMOTHY SEED: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 2/ Pa. U70 155 315 17.30 81 54
Ohio 4,100 697 3,403 14.20 582 483
Ind. 1,300 390 910 11.80 153 107
Ill. 1,700 323 1,377 12.80 218 176
Wis. 2,200 &62 1,738 12.50 275 217
Minn. 2,300 230 2,070 12.30 283 255
Iowa 12,800 1,792 11,008 13.50 1,728 1,486
Mo.-----..---- 8-00 840 1750 14.20_ ,191 _ _1-0Z4-U.S._ 33,.2Z0- _4--,889_ 28J381 _12 __ 4, 512 - __,8521/Revised.
2/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.
BROOMCORN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, 1951 CROP : Season av. price : ValueState : Production : Sold : per ton received: Value of : Value of
.:.------: -yfarmers _ reduction_ : -sales
Tons Dollars Thousand dollars
IlI. 1,000 468 468 468
Kans, 1,200 All 400 480 480
Okla. 13,100 production 450 5,895 5,895
Tex, 6,ooo sold 420 2,520 2,520
Colo. 8,300 from farms h25 3,528 3,528
N.Mex._ 4- 200 440 1, 848 .1 848
U.S. ..--3_ 800 4.6 - _-14,239 --4-739-
BROOMCORN: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, 1952 CROP l/
Ill. 1,000 495 495 495
Kans. 1,100 All 420 462 462
Okla. 11,800 production 450 5,310 5,310
Tex. 8,800 sold 340 2,992 2,992
Colo. 3,400 from farms 365 1,241 1,241
N.Mex -3- -000 400 1,200 1,200
U.S._ __ 29-100 402 - _11,Zo - -- 11-70
1/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is August 1 to July 31 for all States except Texas, which is July 1 to June 30.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.


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POTAUDES: PRODUCTION, FARMA DISPOSITIONAND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CRDP
Group FarmDi
G : Total : -ed on farms where grow'n-------and :Production: used for:------e oIisok T
State seed For seed shrinkage and loss thousehold: Sold 1/
: : : : after harvest : Ms
-~~S - - - - - -.
Thousand bushel s
LATE SPRING:
Maine 44,500 5,220 2,506 1,113 442 40,439
New Hampshire 975 107 32 59 136 748
Vermnont 438 108 52 41 208 437
Massachusetts 1,386 198 8 75 129 1,674
Rhode Island 1,060 108 3 43 14 1,000
Connecticut 2,252 220 7 124 98 2,023
New York, L.I. 14,400 1,272 102 288 48 13,962
New York, Up-State 13,500 1,404 842 810 957 10,891
Pennsylvania 16,215 1,584 539 892 1,140 13,644
West Virginia 1,575 210 99 134 1_1040 302
9 Eastern 97,101 10,431 4,190 3,579 4,212 85,120
Ohio 5,750 504 71 201 760 4,718
Indiana 3,360 292 70 118 675 2,497
Illinois 825 78 27 74 500 224
Michigan 10,800 1,083 801 1,296 1,344 7,359
Wisconsin 9,805 1,112 623 686 1,530 6,966
Minnesota 11,900 19207 700 1,309 1,200 8,691
Iowa 1,040 135 40 89 490 421
North Dakota 13,320 1,520 973 733 600 11,014
South Dakota 19650 165 99 132 294 1125
9 Central 58,450 6,096 3,404 4,638 7,393 43,015
Nebraska 5,890 544 256 412 540 4,682
Montana 2,150 182 109 258 175 1,608
Idaho 36,680 3,036 1,518 2,568 216 32,378
Wyoming 1,202 137 55 102 25 1,020
Colorado 12,240 1,484 1,039 1,102 98 10,001
New Mexico 144 14 3 10 12 119
Utah 2,214 260 112 211 100 1,791
Nevada 364 37 22 29 18 295
Washington 10,920 546 76 1,583 200 9,061
Oregon 10,240 825 412 870 172 80786
California Late 13,330 1~176 294 533 54 12449
11 Western 95,374 8,241 3,896 7,678 1,610 82,190
29 Late States 250,925 24,768 11,490 15,895 13,215 210,325
INTERMEDIATE STATES:
New Jersey / 7,476 621 62 1,122 53 6,239
Delaware 940 86 13 52 67 808
Maryland 1,230 90 27 61 260 882
Virginia 6, 882 472 71 275 880 5,656
Kentucky 1,960 218 65 147 1,266 482
Missouri 1,568 195 16 94 1,196 262
Kansas 368 65 8 37 260 63
7 INTERMEDIATE STATES 20,424 1,747 262 1,788 3,982 14,392

36 LATE AND INTERMEDIATE STATES 271,349 26,515 11, 752 17,683 17,197 224,717
- ---------------------------------------------------------------EARLY STATES:
North Carolina 6,380 608 91 255 1,870 4,164
South Carolina 1,937 168 12 68 304 1,553
Georgia 483 66 7 17 264 195
Florida 6,321 761 3 63 60 6,195
Tennessee 1,539 187 49 69 1,008 413
Alabama 4,216 377 15 105 490 3,606
Mississippi 522 80 6 18 422 76
Arkansas 1,1 06 120 18 44 792 252
Louisiana 744 106 10 26 324 384
Oklahoma 526 64 8 18 350 150
Texas 2,204 272 8 44 441 1, 711
Arizona 1,387 92 5 63 9 1,310
California Early 21,805 1_680 0 131 10 21.664
13 EARLY STATES 49 170 4 5 232 921 6.344 41-73U -S. 320,519 319096 11,984 18,604 23,541 266,390
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POTALTOESt PRODUCTION, FAJW DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1951 CROP
Group : eason ave'~age : - VaTue
G anda price per bu. r aue saTu fpt-:- -- aTulr --
State : received by : of :toes for farm : of
S farmers production household use : sales
Dollars Thousand d o 1 1 a r s
LATE SPRING:
ne 2/ 1.81 80,545 800 73,195
New Hampshire2/ 2.18 2,126 296 1,631
Vermont 2.19 1,616 456 957
Massachusetts 1.77 3,338 228 2,963
Rhode Island 1.85 1,961 26 1,850
Connecticut 2.21 4,977 217 4,471
New York, L. I 1.23 17,712 59 17,173
New York, Up-State 1.80 24,300 1,723 19,604
?ennsylvania 2/ 1.91 30s,971 2,177 26,060
Viest Virginia 2.00 3,150 2,080 604
- 7a-r - - - - - -- 1774 I 96 ---- -- 6-- ---- 4,
0N.17o ------------------------------- - -- --- .'A -- -- - 01M- -- -- Tv27- -----Indiana 1.94 6,518 1,9310 4,844
Illinois 1.80 1,485 900 403
Mlichigan 1,97 21,276 2,648 14,, 497
Wisconsin 1.67 16,374 2,555 11,633
Minnesota 1.77 21,063 2,124 15,383
Iowa 1.85 1,924 906 779
North Dakota 2/ 1.69 22,511 1,014 18,614
South Dakota 1.75 2,888 514 1,969
V C eitRT . . -6 0 0 l 9 - -- -0 3T
-------------- 7T17
Montana 2.11 4,536 369 3,393
Idaho 2/ 1.34 49,151 289 43,387
Wyoming 1.88 2,260 47 1, 918
Colorado /1.81 22,154 1 77 18,9102
New Mexico 1.59 229 19 189
Utah 1. 98 4, 384 19i 3,546
Nevada 2.22 808 40 655
Washington 1.34 14,633 268 12,142
Oregon 2/ 1.71 17,510 294 15,024
California Late 1.90 25,327 103 23,653
I ser - - - - 1757 T4'95 7,25 T29
2#" 4 IStgr9 a - 1;6'9 ~4-7--4A Z5 -----21 ,98'0 753a 96
TNTAR- DTA"sYA TIA
-it -tte ~ -2 -----8
New Jersey 1.11 7,085 59 6,925
Delaware 1.18 1,109 79 953
~-ryland 1.22 1,501 317 1,076
Virginia 1.27 8,740 1,118 7,183
Kentucky 1.47 2,881 1,861 709
Missouri 1.65 2,587 1,973 432
Kansas 2/ 1.60 589 416 101
7 Thlfild!D'IAT "'179g5 - - - -l2 :234"92 -------5vB23!-- 317,37
7r~ m a D!&IfS - - - -- -- -- -- -
MEDIATE STATES 1.65 449,177 29,803 371,344
North Carolina 1.31 8,358 2,450 5,455
South Carolina 1.52 2,944 462 2,361
Georgia 1,.55 749 409 302
Florida 1.84 11,631 110 119, 399
Tennessee 1.46 2,247 1,472 603
Alabama 1.20 5,059 588 4, 327
Mississippi 1.73 903 730 131
Arkansas 1.65 1,825 1,307 416
Louisiana 1.67 1,242 541 641
Oklahoma 1.79 942 626 268
Texas 1.88 4,144 829 3 7
Arizona 1.60 2,219 14 2,096
California Early 1.40 30,527 14 30,330
T3-Ef1:1'rM-S - I1,49 72,79-0--- g, 5 .. .. 6- -,-- q
U.S. 1.63 521 ,967- 39,355 432,890
Consists of potatoes sold for all purposes including fcd, seed, processing and livestock feed.
2/Revised,
3/Includes an estimated 1,093,000 bushels of early commercial crop not marketed because of low prices.
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 shown 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.
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POTATOES: PRODUCTION, FAIM DISPOSITION,AND VALUE, I STATES, 1952 RDP 1/
-eason average : .. V7. - -----Group : price per bu. : - 7alu - VaTuie fpost- Val.ieand : received by : of a toes for farm : of
State farmers : production a household use : sales
DRIs YEoui 7 3d oTTa rs
LATE STATES:
sia shire 6 H6
Vermont 2.60 2,012 525 1,238
Massachusetts 2.60 4,425 356 3,853
Rhode Island 2.65 3,053 42 2,865
Conneotiout 2.25 4,990 220 4,502
New York, L. I. 2.14 36,862 118 35,672
New York, Up-State 2.08 28,080 1,918 20,92-1
Pennsylvania 2.40 34,560 2,678 279,859
West Virginia 2.90 3 451 2488 441
sifaitern - --178 - - - 1 62r- 9 277 3-3- - - - TI67C
-oRY 685 " "4""" T.6...
Indiana 2.73 6,880 1,070 5,364
Illinois 2.96 1,539 995 408
Michigan 2.05 21,238 2,624 14,610
Wisconsin 2.28 27,451 3,128 21,341
Minnesota 1.80 22,032 2,246 16,922
Iowa 2.70 3,375 1,528 1,463
North Dakota 1.75 24,570 1,046 19,866
South Dakota 2,05 2, 593 594 1,607
9 - 2.-8 - - 123,02 I -2 7 97,751
- -- -- --- -- 145- 0137 -75
Montana 2.25 5,787 382 4,561
Idaho 1.55 66,309 341 59,525
Wyoming 1.85 3,108 56 2,298
Colorado 1.70 34,034 204 28,548
New Mexico 2.17 174 24 135
Utah 1.75 5,534 168 4,772
Nevada 1.85 975 37 792
Washington 1.85 19,721 326 17,878
Oregon 1.90 21,632 285 18,369
California- Late 2.45 39,102 145 36,368
Il VWslen" 179 - - 2- --------------2722 182 094
- 9-LtW tEits- - -- 8 5215T4 27,4 4-- 1 8 :
New Jersey 2.30 11,123 122 109522
Delaware 2.70 2,327 .140 2,082
Maryland 2.66 2,077 .468 1,466
Virginia 2.98 13,982 1,773 11, 574
Kentucky 2.67 4,160 2,798 889
Missouri 2.38 2,570 1,666 .733
Kansas 2.26 497 294 176
7 ILfTEWEDTA S 2-6T - -6--156 -------7,6I 2 :442"
'96-LXTT mo MEN.MEDIATE STATES 1.87 558250 -34,507 465180
TAWY 'gaffST - -------------North Carolina 2.49 13,585 3,959 8,909
South Carolina 2.98 5,507 650 4,655
Georgia 2.94 1,341 688 591
Florida 2.44 18,607 129 18,381
Tennessee 2.85 3,876 2,736 832
Alabama 2.25 9,266 922 8,122
Mississippi 3.20 1,434 1,146 .218
Arkansas 3.04 2,371 p1,648 590
Louisiana 2.70 2,060 807 1,164
Oklahoma 2.95 1,180 531 593
Texas 2.55 5,202 898 4,179
Arizona 2.50 3,792 22 3,628
California Early 2.35 60630 24 60 303
I3NES-T- ---22- -- 8- 6 ...112
U. S. 1.96 687,101 48,667 577,345
- ... ... ...mary.
/Consists of potatoes sold for all purposes including food, seed, processing and livestock feed.
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 shown for certain northern States. The marketing season comprises 12 months in all States except California which has a 14-m-onth season beginning April 1 of the year shown.
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POTAIDES: PRODUCTION, FAai DISPOSITION,AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CR' 1/
Far _disosi tion
Group : : total Used on f wher grown :
and Production: used for -----ed to livestock,- For : Sold /
State seed : For seed :shrinkage and loss:household:
- - - - - - - - - - - - -aftjer hargesj _:- use -:
Thousand bushels
LATE STATES:
Maine 52,200 5,840 3,154 1,305 446 47,295
New Hampshire 1,046 117 22 53 127 844
Vermont 774 108 54 42 202 476
Massachusetts 1,702 202 7" 137 19482
Rhode Island 1,152 113 5 52 16 1,081
Connecticut 2,218 250 8 111 98 2,001
New York, L. I. 17,225 1,311 157 344 55 16,669
New York, Uo-State 13,500 1,512 832 1,688 922 10,058
Pennsylvania 14,400 1,638 524 1,152 1,116 11,608
West Virginia 1,190 225 90 90 858 152
9 Eastern 105,407 11,316 4,850 4,914 3,977 919666
-O i'- - - - -- 4,d00Z -56- - 7 --" '763T2--d "0 --7
Indiana 2,520 276 50 113 392 1,965
Illinois 520 72 18 28 336 138
Michigan 10,360 1,239 917 1,036 1,280 7,127
Wisconsin 12,040 1,170 585 723 1, 372 9,360
Minnesota 12,240 1,224 673 918 1,248 99401
Iowa 1,250 135 61 81 566 542
North Dakota 14,040 1,596 1,037 1053 598 11,9352
South Dakota 1,265 192 96 95 290 784
9 Central 59,035 6,420 3,520 4,359 6,782 44,374
-15bYria -- 7,39- 538" 251"---- --122----- -- 32---- 61Montana 2,572 187 118 257 170 2,027
Idaho 42,780 3,404 1,804 2,353 220 38,403
Wyoming 1,680 133 80 328 30 1,242
Colorado 20,020 1,674 1,206 1,901 120 16,793
New Mexico 80 14 3 4 11 62
Utah 3,162 284 102 237 96 2,727
Nevada 527 39 27 52 20 428
Washington 10,660 616 74 746 176 9, 654
Oregon 11,385 936 543 1,024 150 9,668
California Late 15,960 1,176 y59 798 59 14,S44
11 Western 116,421 9,021 4,467 89422 1,572 101,960

29 Late States 280,863 26,757 12,837 17,695 12,331 238,000
INTERAEDIATE STATES:
New Jersey 4,836 575 63 145 53 4,575
Delaware 862 86 '13 26 52 771
Maryland 781 100 30 24 176 551
Virginia 4,692 525 63 150 595 3,884
Kentucky 1,558 230 67 110 1,048 333
Missouri 1,080 180 18 54 700 308
Kansas 220 60 4 8 130 78
7 INTERMEDIATE STATES 14,029 1,756 258 517 2,754 10.,500
36 LATE AND INTERMEDIATE STATES 294,892 28,513 189212 15,085 248,500
EARLY STATES:
North Carolina 5,456 644 97 191. 1,590 3,578
South Carolina 1,848 188 13 55 218 1,562
Georgia 456 63 5 16 234 201
Florida 7,626 1,045 2 38 53 7,533
Tennessee 1,360 187 47 61 960
Alabama 49,118 546 16 82 410 3(,610
Mississippi 448 70 6 16 358 68
Arkansas 780 116 17 27 542 194
Louisiana 763 127 10 23 299 431
Oklahoma 400 60 7 12 180 201
Texas 2,040 385 8 41 352 1,639
Arizona 1, 517 106 4 53 9 1, 451
California Earl_ 25,800 2240 129 10 259661
13 EARLY STATES 52,612 5,777 232 744 5,215 46,42-1
- --------------------------------------------------------------------U.S. 347, 504 34, 290 13, 327 189956 20,300 294, 921
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SWEEPOTATQES: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSIT011O, AND VAIUE, BY ssajE, 1951 CROP
- "s -~ -, .- -. . .
S : am position :Season Value
Total-* _Ijsu Z7imJe .141MDAMZuDDie _-average : : Value of :
Produc- used : ;Fed. to live-: : price 3 Value : sweet- : Value
State : tion : for For stock shridk4 For : :per bi. : of : potatoes : of
: seed :see !age and loss:house-: Sold :received: produc- a for farm : sales
: : after : hold :by : tion : household :
: t harvest : use : :farmers : a us :
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
N.J. 2,310 63 51 220 28 2,011 --=- 7,762 94 6,757
Ind. 81 3 2 4 26 49 .57 208 67 126
Ill. 132 6 4 8 50 70 2.82 372 141 197
Iowa 110 4 3 5 14 88 2.51 W 35 221
Mo. 275 9 7 17 140 111 2.75 TS 385 305
Kans. 85 4 3 5 11 66 2.81 239 31 185
Del. 105 4 3 6 18 78 2.37 249 43 185
i. 800 30 24 40 49 687 2.24 1,792 110 1,539
Va. 2,210 102 84 110 452 1,564 2.41 6,326 1,089 3,769
N.C. 3,478 254 185 678 1,479 1,136 3.14 10,921 A 3,567
S.C. 2,380 162 122 524 946 788 2.98 7,092 2,819 2,348
Ga. 1,625 138 94 349 825 357 3.52 5,720 2,904 1,257
Fla. 510 40 26 94 168 222 2.85 1,454 479 633
Ky. 462 22 14 41 348 59 2.69 1,243 936 159
Termnn. 990 66 46 109 572 263 3.12 3,0 89,75 821
Ala. 1,365 85 55 320 805 185 2.82 3S4 2,270 522
Miss. 1,20 94 61 251 788 220 3.48 4,594 2,742 766
Ark. 518 34 23 88 279 128 2.96 1,533 826
La. 7,300 500 365 985 660 5,290 2.84 20,732 1,874 15,0
kla. 225 12 8 25 72 120 3.19 718 230 383
Texas 1,365 154 111 259 330 665 3.28 4,477 1,082 2,181
Calif. 1,150 70 52 104 11 983 4.70 5 406 52 4 620
-T.. 7-1- ,5 14394 8- 071- 1,T4 0

SWEETPOTATOES: PRO MTION, FARM DISPOSITION,AND VALe, BY STATES, 1952 CROP
] arm, ossoin : Season: Va
e- .-- -:verage
Total: -se-o ase.r rown :average : : l~eo? :-
State :Produc-: used : :Te Yo Lve- : For : : rice : Value : sweet- : Value
: tion : for :For :stock shrink--house. Sold :per bu. : of : potatoes :
: : seed :seed:age and loss hold : receiveds produc- : for farm : o
S: after use b : y : tion : household: sas
: : : harvest : a :Ifarmers : use :
Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars
N.J. 2,100 72 5 210 28 180 3.90 8,190 109 7o 43
Ind. 55 3 2 3 18 32 2.88 158 52 92
Ill. 99 6 4 5 40 50 3.17 314 127 156
Iowa 110 4 3 5 14 88 3.03 333 42 267
Mo. 176 8 6 10 84 76 3.13 551 263 238
Kans. 42 4 3 2 8 29 3.53 148 28 102
Del. 75 4 3 4 17 51 2.99 224 51 152
Md. 775 33 26 47 57 645 2.72 2,108 155 1,754
Va. 2,210 108 86 110 452 '1,562 2.63 56812 1,189 4,108
N.C. 3,900 270 197 780 .48F 1,438 3.45 13,. 5,123 4;961
S.C. 2,080 174 122 437 798 723 3.53 7,342 2,817 2,552
Ga. 1,680 154 105 344 790 441 3.97 6,670 3,136 1,751
Fla. 56Q 45 28 87 148 297 4.10 2,296 607 1,218
Ky. 400 26 17 32 297 54 3.30 1,320 980 1718
Tenn. ,1 30 72 50 131 610 349 3.50 3,990 2,135 1,222
Ala. 1,020 80 56 204 589 171 3.40 3,468 2,003 581
Miss, 1,083 86 53 195 656 179 4.37 4,733 2,867 782
Ark. 402 35 23 58 230 91 4.02 1,616 925 366
La. 7,920 588 412 871 640 5,997 3.04 24,077 1,946 18,231
Ckle. 100 12 8 8 39 45 4.10 410 160 184
Texas 1,215 165 124 207 338 548 4.31 5,237 1,448 2,362
Calif. 1150 70 52 115 11 972 4.08 4,692 45 3966
u.Y."" z 7,017" "T"46 3r,56? "Y3IT" "I-,4 --M; -, -4- F.T, 258
-~~ -_ -- -- 7 -" -The crop marketing season is June 1 to May 31 in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama; July 1 to Jun 30 in Kansas, Delaware, Maxyland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississipl Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas and California; and August 1 to July 31 in 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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MAPLE PRODUCTS: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY STATES, 1951 CROP

: :Fazrm Disposition: Yeason ': :Farm Disposition.: Season
:Produc-: Used in : : av. price :Produe- :Used in : :av. price
t: ion : farm :Sold : per lb. : tion : farm : Soli :per gal.
: house- : : rec'd by : : house- : :rec'd by
: hold : : farmers_ : : hold_ :farmers
Thousand pounds Dollars Thousand gallons Dollars
Me, 11 2 9 .93 19 3 16 5.30
N.H. 14 2 12 .85 57 7 50 5.10
Vt. 60 12 48 .80 733 59 674 3.85
Mass. 16 2 14 .93 53 3 50 4.90
N,.* 43 11 32 .78 466 42 424 4.10
Pa. 22 2 20 .71 98 8 90 4.40
Ohio 2 0 2 1.10 130 16 114 4.95
Mich. 16 2 14 .81 97 10 87 5.10
Wise. 12 2 10 .70 79 14 65 4.55
Minn. 0 0 0 19 1 18 4.90
__ 3..60 .... 12 1 I1 355U.S. 200 36 164 .793 1 763 164 1,599 4.22

1952 a/
Me. 11 2 9 .99 29 3 26 5.50
NE. 6 1 5 .93 55 7 48 5.40
Vt. 53 12 41 82 664 40 624 4.10
Mass. 11 2 9 1.02 34 2 32 5.10
N.Y. 31 8 23 85 415 37 378 4.15
Pa. 27 3 24 .74 102 7 9i 4.45
Ohio 1 1 0 1.15 145 12 132 5,lb
Mich. 6 1 5 .83 92 10 82 5.15
Wise. 10 2 8 .90 65 16 49 4.80
Minn. 0 0 0 16 1 15 4.30
Md a 1 ___ _70 __4 _1_ _13 4.Q5U.S. 158 33 125 .856 1,631 136 1,495 4.40

u ----------------------------------and Siru
: Value : Value of sugar : Value
State : of : and sirup used in : of
:_ rdgction_ : farm household : sales
: 1951 _ 1952 : 1951 _:_ 1952 : 1951 1952
Thousand dollar,Me. 111 171 18 19 93 152
N.H. 303 303 38 39 265 264
Vt. 2,870 ., 76 237 173 2,633 2,592
Mass. 275 184 17 12 258 172
N.Y. 1,945 1,748 182 159 1,763 1,589
Pa. 447 474 37 33 410 441
Ohio 646 748 80 63 566 685
Mich. 508 479 53 53 455 426
Wiso. 367 321 64 79 303 242
Minn. 93 69 5 5 88 64
.._ 45 58 4 4 41 54
U.S. 7,610 7,%2 735 639 6,875 6,681
1/Does not include quantities produced on non-farmlands in Somerset County, Maine.
Z/Preliminary.
The crop marketing season is March 1 to February 28. The values shown are for the crop marketing season and should not be confused with calendar-year income.
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SORGHUM SIRUP: PRODUCTION, _FAM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY S STATES9 1951_CROP
: Farm Disposition : Season average: ..e
For farm : :price per gal.: Value of
State :Production: household : Sold (in- : received by V Value of : sales use :eluding toll) farmers :produetion: (including

Thousand gallons Dollars Thousand dollars
Iowa 276 10 266 2,05 566 545
Mo 150 15 135 2.20 330 297
N.c. 260 190 70 2,20 572 154
S.C. 138 100 38 1.90 262 72
Ga. 280 175 105 2.05 574 215
Yy. 210 60 150 2.25 472 338
Tenn. 360 204 156 2.35 846 367
Ala. 275 130 145 1o70 468 246
Miss. 390 240 150 1.50 585 225
Ark. 232 90 142 1,95 452 277
Okla. 40 10 30 2.00 80 60
Tex. 220 100 120 1.70 374 204
U.S, 2,831 19324 1,507 1.99 5,581 3,000







SORGHUM SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE BY STATES, 1952 CROP
Farm Disposition :Season average:_ Value
For f :price per gal.: : Value of
State .-Producti household : Sold (in- : received by : Value of : sales :cluding toll) : farmers productionn. (including ulse .
--------------------------.L: toll)Thousand_&alons Dollars Thousand dollars
Iowa 380 10 370 2.45 931 90 6
Mo. 100 8 92 2.30 230 212
NoC. 216 140 76 2.50 540 190
S.0. 110 88 22 2.15 236 47
Ga. 260 162 98 2,30 598 225
Ky. 260 76 184 2.40 621+ 442
Tenn. 360 204 156 2.50 900 390
Ala, 220 84 136 1.95 429 265
Miss. 310 196 114 1.70 527 194
Ark. 184 81 103 2.20 405 227
Okla. 35 8 27 2.10 74 57
Tex. 160 90 70 1070 272 119
U.S. 2,595 1, 147 1,448 2.26 5,766 3,274
l/December 1 price.
2/Preliminary.
The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income.


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SUGARCANE SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1961 CROP



: _Farm Dispasition _:Season average: Value
: For : Sold :price per gal.: Value :Value of sales State : Production :household: (including : received by : of : (including
.... -: use : toll)_ _: famrs 1/_ :_production: toll)

Thn ~ae ge.11nna Dollars Thousand dollars

Ga. 1,360 375 985 1.30 1,768 1,280
Fla. 960 150 810 1.25 1,200 1,012
Ala. 480 240 240 1.70 816 408
Miss. 360 242 118 1.60 576 189
La. 2,880 253 2,627 .85 2,448 2,233



U.S. 6,040 1,260 4,780 1.07 6,808 5,122






SUGARCANE SIRUP: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, AD VALUE, BY STATES, 1952 CROP 2/




: Farm Disposition :Season average: V - alue
: For : Sold :price per gal.: Value :Value of sales
State "Production
t :household: (including : received by : of : (including
: use : -toll) _: farmers 1/_ :production: toll)

Thousand Fallons Dollars Thousand dollars

Ga. 1,190 350 840 1.35 1,606 1,134
Fla. 725 150 575 1.35 979 776
Ala,. 450 200 250 1.80 810 450
Miss. 360 240 120 1.60 576 192
La. 3,375 220 3,155 .94 3,172 2,966



U.S. 6,100 1,160 4,940 1.12 7,143 5,518

-}December 1 price except for Louisiana,
2/Preliminary.

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


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