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Index Numbers of Agricultural

Production in Florida,


Five Year Averages


to 1945-49,


1925-29


Annually 1950-1973


Food and Resource Economics Department
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville 32611


R. E. L. Greene
A. H. Spurlock


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TABLE OF CONTENTS




Page

LIST OF TABLES . . . . . . i

LIST OF FIGURES . . ...... . . ii

INTRODUCTION . . ........ .... .. ..... 1

PRODUCTION VOLUME AND TRENDS FOR COMMODITY GROUPS . .. 3

Total Volume of Agricultural Production and Yield or
Production per Unit . . . . .. 5
Production of All Crops and of Livestock and Livestock
Products . ... .. . .. ... 6
Production and Yield of Citrus . . . 7
Production and Yield of Vegetable Crops . . 9
Production and Yield of Grain Crops . . .. 10
Production and Yield of Tobacco .'. ....... 11
Total Production and Production per Unit of Meat Animals 12
Total Production of Milk and Production per Cow . .. 13
Total Production and Production per Unit of Poultry .. .. 14

SUMMARY . . . . . . . 16

LITERATURE CITED ... . . . .. . '. 17

APPENDIX. .. . . . ... . . .17



LIST OF TABLES



Table Page

1 Commodities included in index of volume of agricultural
production 1925 to 1973 and weight distribution in
specified periods . . . . . 4

2 Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in
Florida by commodities and groups of commodities, five
year averages, 1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) 18





LIST OF TABLES--Continued


Table Page

3 Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five.year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) . ... 27

4 Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) . ... 35



LIST OF FIGURES



Figure Page

1 Total volume of agricultural production and yield (or
production per unit) in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) .. 6

2 Production of crops and of livestock and livestock
products in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) ... ... 7

3 Production and yield of citrus in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100) . . . ... . .. 8

4 Production and yield of vegetable crops in Florida, 1950-
1973 (1967 = 100) . . . . ... 9

5 Production and yield of grain crops in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100) . . . . .. . 10

6 Production and yield of tobacco in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100) . . . .. . 11

7 Total production and production per unit of meat animals
in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) . . ... 12

8 Total production of milk and production per cow in Florida,
1950-1973 (1967 = 100) . . . .... .13

9 Total production and production per unit for poultry in
Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100) . . ... 15











INDEX NUMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA,
FIVE YEAR AVERAGES 1925-29 TO 1945-49, ANNUALLY 1950-1973


R. E. L. Greene and A. H. Spurlock


INTRODUCTION


In a changing economy, trends in production of various crops and

livestock enterprises move in different directions. Often, within a

generation some commodities go out of production while others increase

rapidly and new enterprises are introduced. Shifting trends are due to

many factors such as changing demand with resulting price changes,

competition from other commodities and/or other areas, changing techno-

logy and other factors.

To measure trends over a period of years, and to combine various

units of production such as boxes of oranges and pounds of beef, an

index has been constructed. Since index numbers are expressed as per-

centages of a base period and are therefore dimensionless, they make it

possible to make a direct comparison between unrelated groups such as

vegetables and poultry.

Index numbers of Florida agricultural production volume have been

prepared using 1967 as a base for comparison. Similar series were

previously computed on a 1935-39 base [1], a 1947-49 base [2] and a

1957-59 base [3]. The change was made to the 1967 base because many

enterprises with which Florida agricultural production might be compared



R. E. L. GREENE is professor of food and resource economics. A. H.
SPURLOCK is professor emeritus of food and resource economics.




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are now on that base.

The production index measures the volume of gross farm production

when it is produced or harvested rather than when it is marketed. The

production index does not indicate disposition of products. The total

production of each crop or livestock product is the combined result of

all factors affecting output. The production of a given crop may in-

crease due to an increase in acreage, more fertilizer, better insect

and pest control programs or a combination of improved farming practices

and weather. Livestock production is the result of the number and qual-

ity of animals, amount of feed available and production technology used.

Crop and livestock production indexes are shown separately and then com-

bined into a single index of quantity produced without any regard to

change in quality over time.

Most of the data on production and prices used in computing the in-

dexes were obtained from reports of the Crop and Livestock, Statistical

Reporting Service, United States Department of Agriculture. Most crop

and livestock estimates are now prepared on a calendar year basis. Vege-

table crops are reported by harvest seasons to approach a calendar year

production. When the production of a crop was spread over a part of two

calendar years, the total production was considered as being in the latter

year. Thus the 1972-73 production of a crop of oranges was entered in

1973. Production data used excluded quantities of crops not harvested for

any reason.

The index was calculated by the weighted aggregative method using
0Po1
the formula I = P where I represents the index number for a given
0PoQ0
year; P0 the price of a commodity in the 1967 base period, Q1 the quantity

produced in the current year and Q0 the quantity produced during the base

period.






quantities


of each


product


produced


each


year were multiplied


fixed


prices


and expressed as


the 1967

tuated,

period i


base


changes


as weights.

percentages


period.


Since


in the index


The price-quantity products were

of the average price-quantity ag


price


was


represent


held


constant


percentage


then summed


gregate


and production


changes


from


in

fluc-


the base


n production.


Four s

dexes. For

weights. F

as weights.


weights


separate


the y

?or the

For


periods


ear


1967


years


were


used for weights


and later,


1950


years


for the period


to 1966,


1940

1925


to 1949,

to 1939,


1967


average


1957-59


1947-49

1935-39


in constructing


prices


average


were


use


prices were


prices were


used


the in-

d for

used

for


price-weights were


used.


This


scheme


of using four price-weight periods


gives more


appropriate


recognition


to the changing


importance of


different


crops


and livestock


classes with


time.


PRODUCTION VOLUME AND TRENDS


COMMODITY


GROUPS


The commodities


included in


the index of


Florida's


agricultural


production

portance i1

Crops

production


largest


together with


n the total

declined i

in 1935-39


groups


the group weights


index


during


n importance


crops,


to 66.6


citrus


indicating


four periods


from


percent

and v


75.1


their relative


are shown


percent


in the 1967


egetabbles,


of the


period.


citrus


in Table 1,

total farm


Of the two


increased


from


29.1


percent


of all commodities


in the 1935-39 period


to 40.5


percent


the 1957-5

livestock

the total


period


products i

in 1935-39


then back


increased in


to 33.4


to 29.9


in the 1967


relative


percent


period.


production


in 1967.


Much


Livestock


from 24.9 percent


of the increase was










Table 1.--Commodities included in index of volume of agricultural production
1925 to 1973 and weight distribution in specified periods


Relative group weight, percent

Group Products included 1935-39 1947-49 1957-59 1967

- Percent - -

Citrus Oranges, temples, tangerines
grapefruit, tangelos, limes 29.1 26.6 40.5 29.9

Other fruits
& nuts Pecans, avocados, pineapples .5 .4 .3 .5

Vegetables Limabeans, snap beans--fresh &
processed, cabbage, cantaloupes,
celery, sweet corn, cucumbers,
eggplant, escarole, lettuce,
green peppers, irish potatoes,
squash, spinach--processed,
strawberries, tomatoes-fresh &
processed, watermelons. 28.9 27.1 21.4 21.3.

Grains Corn, oats, wheat 4.7 3.4 1.5 1.8

Hay All hay .5 .4 .7 1.0

Cotton and
cottonseed Cotton lint and cottonseed 1.4 .7 .3 .2

Tobacco Types 14 (flu-cured) & 62
(cigar wrap) 3.3 4.8 2.9 2.4

Other crops Peanuts--for nuts, soybeans,
tungnuts, sugar cane-for sugar 6.7 6.9 3.0 9.5

Total crops 75.1 70.3 70.6 66.6

Meat animals Cattle, calves, hogs, sheep,
lambs 7.7 11.3 11.3 12.5

Dairy products -Whole milk 11.0 10.4 11.6 11.2

Poultry Prod. Chickens, eggs, broilers, turkeys 6.2 7.5 6.1 9.3

Other live-
stock products Wool, honey, beeswax b .5 .4 .4

Total livestock & livestock products 24.9 .29.7 29.4 33.4

Total crops, livestock & livestock products 100.0; 100.0 100.0 100.0

aFor the period 1924 to 1939 inclusive, production is weighted by 1935-39
average prices; for 1940 to 1949 weights are 1947-49 average prices; for 1950
to 1966 weights are 1957-59 average prices; for 1967 and later weights are the
1967 average prices.
bless than .05 percent.




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Relative group weights on the 1957-59 base shifted in 1967 as would

be expected for variation in trends in production of various commodities.

Citrus was lower but poultry production increased about 50 percent.

Annual index numbers of Florida's farm production volume are shown

in Table 2 (Appendix). Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units

are shown in Table 3 (Appendix). Index numbers of yield or production

per unit are shown in Table 4 (Appendix). Individual products are ar-

ranged in related groups as nearly as possible and group totals are shown.

There are some agricultural products omitted from the various indexes

because satisfactory data on the crop or livestock enterprise either were

lacking or were available for only a few years. The most important enter-

prises omitted are nursery and greenhouse products, forestry products,

horses and certain vegetables--carrots, radishes and greens.


Total Volume of Agricultural Production
and Yield or Production per Unit


The total index of production volume for crops and livestock increased

17 percent from 1967 to 1973 (Fig. 1). The index was 117 in 1973 or 2.5

times the total in 1950. The increase in production was steady except for

the years following freezes of 1957 and 1967, when crop production was

sharply curtailed, reducing the overall production average. The increase

in production from 1950 to 1973 averaged 3.0 percent per year.





Index
120

110 -

100 Yield or l / /
production per unit
90 +

80 +

70 y^-yve
0> 4 Total volume of production
60

50

40

0 I I I | I I t i .

1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975


Figure l.--Total volume of agricultural production and yield (or
production per unit) in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)




Yield or production per unit for all crops and livestock followed a

trend similar to total volume of production of all products from 1950'to

1962 but increased less rapidly from 1962 to 1973. Yield in 1973 was 74

percent above the 1950 average.


Production of All Crops and of Livestock and Livestock Products


From 1950 to 1973 the index of total crop production increased from

47 to 110, or an increase of 134 percent on the 1967 base (Fig. 2). This

was an increase of 5.6 percent per year. The trend in production of all

crops was similar to that for livestock and livestock products except

that variations were greater for crops. Crop production is affected more

by variation in weather than livestock production.




Index
130---


120 --'
/
110 Livestock
110 a
and
livestock products/
100 /

90 .

80 1

70
/ Crops

60 -
-4-
50 -

40 I



1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975


Figure 2.--Production of crops and of livestock and livestock
products in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)



The total production of livestock showed a steady increase from 1950

to 1973. The index of production in 1973 was 133 compared to the 1967

base. The annual increase in production from 1950 to 1973 was 10.0 per-

cent per year.


Production and Yield of Citrus


Compared with the 1967 base, the index of citrus production was 44

in 1950 and 118 in 1973 (Fig. 3). Production of citrus fluctuated from.

year to year but the largest declines followed years of freezes. From

1950 to 1973 total production of citrus increased at the rate of 7.0 per-

cent per year.






Index
130 -

120

100


/\ Yield +- \
80 L \
/
70 /- / // i

60

50
Production -+
40


1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975


Figure 3.--Production and yield of citrus in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100)


Yield of citrus showed a pattern similar to that for total produc-

tion except from 1968 to 1973. During this latter period, there was

very little change in yield. Average yield was only about 85 percent

of that obtained in the 1967 base year. A lot of young orchards were

coming into bearing during this period. Since yield per acre for young

orchards is lower, this tended to slow the increase in yield per acre

for all citrus.

Total production of oranges followed the trend for all citrus. Tan-

gerines showed a decline in production when compared to the 1967 base.

Production of grapefruit fluctuated but production in 1973 was 4 percent

above the 1967 production. Substantial increases were shown in the pro-

duction of temple oranges, tangeloes and limes. However, these varieties

account for only a small part of the total production of all citrus.






Production and Yield of Vegetable Crops


Production of all vegetables in 1973 was the same as that obtained in

1967 (Fig. 4). Production of all vegetables went through two cycles during

the study period; one from 1950 to 1958 and the other from 1959 to 1970.

Individual crops in the vegetable group which decreased in production were

cantaloupes and snapbeans. Limabeans decreased to the point that the data

were no longer reported. Crops that showed substantial increases above

the 1967 average were cabbage, cucumbers, lettuce, squash and strawberries.

The yield index for all vegetable crops was very similar to that of

total production from 1950 to 1958. Yield was also similar to production

from 1959 to 1973 except that index of yield per acre was higher than that

Index


120


110

100

90

80


70

60

50

40


30

0


1


o"


A
Yield -+ /

-I\
1


Production


A a I .


I .


I .. .-


. I . i a I h I.. .. . . a I I I A I h -


1950


1955


1960


1965


1970


Figure 4.--Production and yield of vegetable crops in
(1967 = 100)


1975


Florida, 1950-1973





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for total production. The yield index in 1973 was 10 percent above the

average yield during the 1967 base period.


Production and Yield of Grain Crops


Production of grains showed a steady increase from 1950 to 1963 at

an annual rate of 14.3 percent per year (Fig. 5). Production fluctuated

sharply over the rest of the study period. Production in 1970 was only

38 percent of the base period. A blight hit the corn crop in 1970 which

sharply reduced yield per acre of corn. Total production of all grains

followed closely the same pattern as corn production. With few exceptions,

yield increased over most of the study period. The annual rate of increase

from 1950 to 1973 was 8.3 percent per year. Grains have benefitted from


Index

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20


1950 1955 1960 1965 1970


.1975


Figure 5.--Production and yield of grain crops in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100)




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better varieties, higher rates of fertilization, better cultural practices

and better harvesting equipment. Wheat was added to corn and oats as a

crop in the grain group when production was first reported in 1959.


Production and Yield of Tobacco


The production of flue-cured tobacco has been under production con-

trol over the entire period from 1950 to 1973. The amount of tobacco pro-

duced has been affected by the size of the allowed acres each year and

fluctuations in yield per acre (Fig. 6). In 1950, production of all tobacco

was 24 percent less than the 1967 base; in 1973 production was 32 percent

below the base average. However, production varied by type of tobacco.

In 1973, production of flue-cured tobacco was 17 percent below the base

period. Production of shade grown tobacco was 51 percent below the base

period.

Index

110 Production

100 VA^

\ \ / r %
90 / -

80 /- Yield

70 V

/ \ /
60 V

50

0 I I I. I -, I ,
1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975



Figure 6.--Production and yield of tobacco in Florida, 1950-1973
(1967 = 100)




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Yield per acre of tobacco fluctuated from 1950 to 1973 but, on the

average, it trended upward. However, yield of flue-cured tobacco increased

more than shade grown tobacco. Yield of flue-cured tobacco was 96 percent

higher in 1967 than in 1950; yield of shade grown tobacco was only 32 per-

cent higher. The annual rate of increase over the study period of yield

per acre for the two kinds of tobacco was 3.3 and 0.8 percent respectively.


Total Production and Production per Unit of Meat Animals


Total production of all meat animals trended upward from 1950 to

1973( (ig. 7). Most of the increase was due to the increase in production

of cattle and calves; both hogs and sheep .and lambs showed little change.

Production fluctuated from year to year due to normal variations in

Index


140

130

120


110

100


90

80


70


60

0


1950


1955


1960


1965


1970


1975


Figure 7.--Total production and production per unit of meat animals
in Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)


-t

/ I







0
i N





Total production /




S\ 4 (-Production per unit

; f


! | I .


I- ..L-l -- -


I






livestock numbers. The index of production of cattle and calves was 52

in 1950 and 170 in 1973. This was an increase of 227 percent or 9.5 per-

cent per year. Production of hogs was somewhat lower in 1973 compared to

1950.

The trend in production per unit of meat animals was similar to that

of total production. However, production per unit of hogs increased more

than production per unit of cattle and calves. Production per unit for

hogs increased 7.2 percent per year compared to 3.8 percent for cattle and

calves.


Total Production of Milk and Production per Cow


Production

cipal product.

base (Fig. 8).


Index

120

110


of dairy products is represented by whole milk--the prin-

Milk production in 1972 was 17 percent above the 1967

Production of dairy products showed almost a straight


1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975

Figure 8.--Total production of milk and production per cow in Florida,
1950-1973 (1967 = 100)




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line trend over the period studied. The average rate of increase was

8.7 percent per year.

Production of milk per cow followed a trend similar to total produc-

tion of milk. Index of production per cow was 51 in 1950 and 105 in 1973.

Production per cow more than doubled during this period.


Total Production and Production per Unit for Poultry


Production of poultry and poultry products increased more than any

group of commodiites during the period studied (Fig. 9). In 1973, eggs

were 28 percent above the 1967 base; broilers 160 percent. Most of the

increase in both eggs and broilers came after 1960. Between 1950 and 1973

production of eggs increased 27.2 percent and broilers 29.7 percent per

year.

Although production of all poultry showed a rapid increase from 1950

to 1973, production per unit was much less spectacular. Production per

unit increased only slightly between 1950 and 1964 but then registered a

sharp increase over the rest of the period. The overall increase in pro-

duction per unit of all poultry was 67 percent or an annual increase of

2.8 percent.














ex

.0

0

0

0


.0

10

;0


Ind

15

14

13

12


11

10

9

8

7

6


5


4


3

2


.0

'0




0


0
,0




0 -I


095
1950


1


1955


'/ V







ota






otal production


. I I I a I I


1960


1965


1970


1975


Figure 9.--Total production and production per unit for poultry in
Florida, 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)


Production per unit


- --


i I I -a













SUMMARY


An index has been constructed to measure trends over a period of

years and to combine various units of production such as boxes of oranges

and pounds of beef. Since index numbers are expressed as percentages of

a base period, it is possible to make a direct comparison between unrelated

groups such as vegetables and poultry.

The principal commodities produced in Florida were included in the

indexes. They were grouped by classes to show trends in individual com-

modities and also averages for the groups. Index numbers have been con-

structed to show trends in total volume of production, numbers of crop

acreages and units of livestock and also yield per acre and production per

unit of livestock. The base period for the indexes in this report was

1967.

Much of Florida's agriculture has been characterized by an increase

in numbers of acres and units of livestock produced and also increases in

yield per acre and production per unit of livestock. Consequently there

has been a substantial increase in total volume of agricultural production.

Between 1950 and 1973, total volume of all crops increased 134 percent and

livestock and livestock products 241 percent. During the same period,

yield per acre of crops increased 64 percent and production per unit of

livestock increased 94 percent.












LITERATURE CITED


[1] Spurlock, A.;H. Indexes of Volume of Agricultural Commodities Pro-
duced in Florida. Univ. of Fla. Agr. Exp. Stat. Cir. S-88.
Gainesville: September 1955.


[2] Spurlock, A. H.
1910-1960.
Report No.


Index Numbers of Agricultural Production in Florida,
Univ. of Fla. Agr. Exp. Stat. Agr. Econ. Mimeo
62-3. Gainesville: July 1961.


[3] Spurlock, A. H. Index Numbers of Agricultural Production in Florida,
1924-1968. Univ. of Fla. Agr. Exp. Stat. Agr. Econ. Mimeo
Report EC 70-1. Gainesville: July 1969.


APPENDIX







Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)


Citrus fruits

Tange- Tange- Grape- Total
Period Oranges Temples los rines fruit Limes Citrus


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
-1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


8
10
15
24
38
42
48
55
51
64
62
63
65
59
60
63
60
78
52
40
59
69
100
72
93
99
102
99
122


50
56
54
30
60
78
80
92
40
68
76
90
100
90
90
104
100
106
102


13
14
19
21
18
32
29
59
44
53
59
71
100
100
106
147
159
229
206


121
112
100
120
110
120
110
112
51
104
66
120
97
49
88
91
88
100
68
82
73
90
78
73


20
26
38
54
64
56
76
76
75
94
80
88
86
71
81
70
72
80
69
60
73
80
100
75
92
86
98
108
104


4
2
11
32
47
62
67
62
77
89
91
95
95
84
48
77
74
81
95
108
134
99
100
172
167
173
210
262
262


9
12
19
28
41
44
52
57
54
67
64
67
67
58
63
64
63
79
53
45
62
72
100
74
93
97
102
102
118





Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other fruits & nuts Vegetables

Total other Lima Snap
Period Avocados Pecans fruits & nuts beans beans Cabbage


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


99
71
105
27
52


103
138
142
138


39
37
72
115
94
106
135
110
187
66
279
102
62
61
115
46
123
92
174
69
54
102
100
159
102
87
103
164
144


23
29
42
65
59
69
87
88
129
60
175
86
89
42
78
27
77
88
132
83
34
67
100
129
97
97
124
128
140


308
416
533
450
376
324
309
306
280
231
228
187
141
180
209
141
144
122
111
107
100
81


33
80
96
108
95
111
125
111
112
121
142
109
100
80
76
100
103
92
91
92
85
87
100
83
85


- 72
- 82
- 87
- 88


15
21
26
58
67
80
98
97
80
73
87
95
69
62
76
88
83
83
88
79
72
S92
100
121
125
91
112
117
127






Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables

Sweet
Period Cantaloupe Celery corn Cucumbers Eggplant Escarole


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49


1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


90
92
93
93
96
98
106
100
94
98
87
89
100
105


32
34
46
48
59
66
70
62
60
61
62
61
72
79
68
78
86
100
80
96
91
99
102
121


51
64
70
74
76
84
81
85
73
61
72
90
72
97
106
101
97
100
66
77
80
79
92
103


17
19
24
35
51
56
71
63
66
80
76
81
78
87
86
84
87
93
87
84
105
100
98
103
102
110
113
123






Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables

Green Irish Straw- Water-
Period Lettuce peppers potatoes Squash berries Tomatoes melons


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


72
108
100
103
118
111
164
172
297


19
26
26
28
42
55
51
51
51
58
77
72
67
44
52
68
86
71
80
84
78
92
100
100
98
53
70
86
100


70
78
95
124
122
126
141
147
117
98
95
122
96
130
108
126
131
100
141
152
124
102
96
115


95
126
96
102
124
152
133
133
121
102
168
154
131
156
148
143
151
100
162
157
126
145
155
169


64
135
117
61
45
86
72
54
46
33
59
60
34
15
19
41
49
77
94
135
145
119
100
86
91
82
100
114
107


30
21
17
20
36
45
55
66
83
91
87
99
78
94
59
88
102
77
108
102
112
122
100
91
84
83
91
81
94


-




22





Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables Grains
All
Processed
Total hay
Snap vege- Total
Period beans Spinach Tomatoes tables, Corn Oats Wheat grains

1925-29 22 20 19 31 18
1930-34 26 18 15 25 15
1935-39 1 14 32 21 18 32 17
1940-44 93 13 34 25 20 75 19
1945-49 83 12 43 25 17 134 17
1950 60 19 60 26 22 39 21
1951 91 43 66 35 28 86 27
1952 56 29 71 34 26 265 28
1953 174 35 71 46 26 262 28
1954 129 43 77 51 26 162 27
1955 113 62 91 54 31 189 32
1956 81 15 51 85 63 31 162 31
1957 124 30 37 79 57 32 147 32
1958 91 15 40 62 65 35 147 61 38
1959 65 35 35 64 55 38 111 63 41
1960 135 43 42 74 61 40 111 68 42
1961 147 42 65 90 75 52 108 73 54
1962 ; 51 34 45 82 66 53 97 84 55
1963 ..89 109 57 93 88 60 86 105 63
1964 79 104 70 92 86 43 89 90 46
1965 81 62 57 95 85 69 103 60 69
1966 56 103 73 99 88 69 108 67 69
1967 100 100 100 .100 100 100 100 100 100
1968 45 75 45 95 105 70 108 141 75
1969 50 70 32 90 110 62 122 125 66
1970 24 46 45 90 104 32 139 123 38
1971 22 48 28 78 125 68 205 188 78
1972 22 16 31 89 114 63 102 66 64
1973 19 50 23 100 134 65 103 69 66










Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Tobacco Other crops

Cotton & Total Peanuts
Period cottonseed Type 14 Type 62 tobacco for nuts Soybeans


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954


1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


370
435
268
203
130


232
191
223
265
226
194
138
100
138
130
103
162
185
166


15
10
50
47
75
72
107
102
90
109
118
86
61
65
77
87
103
115
102
89
78
84
100
80
79
97
86
78
83


44
33
35
49
55
82
88
75
56
85
87
90
94
79
100
120
113
92
84
95
103
89
100
98
97
70
61
60
49


31
24
45
49
65
76
98
90
74
98
104
87
75
71
86
101
106
104
94
91
89
86
100
88
87
85
74
70
68


78
72
63
71
56
78
76
58
74
56
70
73
80
86
95
105
91
100
109
108
139
177
174
186


5
5
8
9
13
24
20
34
41
28
31
37
37,
45
61
72
77
100
123
163
184
207
174
218











Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other crops

Sugar cane for
Period Tungnuts sugar and seed Total other Total all crops.


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


86
128
322
294
225
64
186
167
364
303
25
322
61
217
211
264
164
100
125
161
119
119
117
128


18
19
23
22
19
18
18
21
20
27
24
32
61
70
97
84
93
100
82
80
88
94
138
130


18
20
26
31
28
28
28
31
31
26
28
28
29
32
34
31
41
62
71
95
88
93
100
89
92
102
114
145
144


17
20
26
31
39
47
55
59
57
66
69
68
67
56
61
64
69
79
69
64
75
81
100
81
91
90
95
100
110




25





Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
of commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Meat animals Poultry

Cattle Sheep Total Dairy
and and meat (whole
Period calves Hogs lambs animals milk) Chickens Eggs Broilers


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49


1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


86
90
97
103
113
109
110
100
124
142
130
126
136
170


83
85
109
140
133
115
139
148
127
113
123
134
113
120
133
115
112
113
109
115
101
110
100
112
112
120
130
118
96


112
150
175
95
38
29
29
28
28
37
73
131
113
119
117
121
95
90
109
97
97
80
100
87
76
64
64
68
54


23
25
32
42
52
61
67
85
89
85
90
90
91
94
93
91
94
99
103
113
107
109
100
122
137
128
126
133
141


15
16
20
25
32
38
40
43
49
51
56
64
69
71
79
83
83
83
85
86
88
94
100
99
99
104
113
118
117


10
10
9
11
13
17
17
18
20
23
26
32
36
40
44
47
52
56
64
73
81
91
100
110
114
116
127
129
128


5
14
21
32
31
34
36
41
33
43
41
42
40
39
47
45
37
44
52
72
100
150
163
202
211
252
260











Table 2.--Index numbers of volume of agricultural production in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other
Poultry livestock products
Total Total crops
Total livestock and
.Period Turkeys poultry Wool Honey Beeswax and products livestock


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969


84
94
87
98
80
87
85
111
120
96
131
165
150
241
83
115
111
89
65
76
76
100
96


1970
1971
1972
1973


8
8
10
14
17
21
21
22
25
27
28
35
38
41
45
46
52
55
61
70
77
88
100
115
121
128
138
145
145


412
341
287
201
91
36
36
36
36
39
55
70
94
103
103
97
64
58
67
61
61
88
100
103
91
64
58
67
58


58
91
100
95-
101
99
74
97
106
87
79
108
109
116
117
113
91
112
100
116
141
140
124
149
189


58
85
88
84
89
87
69
102
136
97
83
108
109
109
97
119
111
112
100
116
141
141
124
132
175


66
72
78
72
71
79
85
100
89
99
98
104
109
117


90
97
100
111
117
119
125
131
133










Table 3.-Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)


Citrus fruits

Tange- Tange- Grape-
Period Oranges Temples los rines fruit Limes Total citrus


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


23
30
39
45
52
57
60
60
62
64
68
70
72
68
68
71
72
78
71
74
83
91
100
107
115
122
128
120
119


71
74
83
91
102
107
105
114
120
132
117
95
89
89
95
100
102
111
121
129
124
124


,-




21
25
28
32
33
37
47
65
60
57
71
82
100
123
156
210
251
247
254


76
152
187
180
177
179
168
171
172
173
179
164
156
121
123
133
117
115
104
89
93
96
100
110
120
139
151
143
145


56
77
89
95
99
108
109
114
119
122
129
129
130
110
'108
107
107
109
102
97
98
100
100
101
105
113
126
130
132


65
53
75
147
137
139
155
163
176
182
188
189
202
148
105
98
98
98
89
102
105
98
100
106
112
115
127
133
135


28
39
49
54
60
68
70
70
73
74
79
80
82
77
76
79
80
,87
78
80
89
96
100
106
195
125
133
126
123











Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, 5-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables

Lima Snap- Canta- Sweet Egg-
Period beans beans Cabbage loupe Celery corn Cucumbers plant


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


399
580
639
468
518
373
373
327
327
282
270
232
180
191
180
157
157
114
136
114
100
100


60
121
159
152
184
165
196
157
131
133
152
127
116
109
109
114
113
104
100
99
89
97
100
96
97
90
91
95
97


27
43
55
77
90
115
124
102
128
102
94
109
91
101
114
116
111
95
106
108
90
95
100
110
114
108
114
114
113


57
35
38
77
90
141
131
152
183
203
193
243
162
162
193
183
151
122
112
122
162
122
100
90
71
60
60
50
50


85
91
91
88
93
80
99
90
100
116
99
89
93
97
97
101
107
100
97
103
98
101
101
101


50
45
57
54
66
59
67
77
75
82
69
63
78
88
83
92
99
100
85
103
104
102
93
94


5
86
68
103
147
118
90
124
106
115
122
100
137
124
123
128
124
99
106
100
100
96
100
81
100


79
85
94
99
108
92
92
115
105
93
96
96
89
101
103
95
92
100
103
110










Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continuec



Vegetables

Green Irish Straw-
Period Escarole Lettuce peppers potatoes Squash berries Tomatoes


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


112
116
100
79
104


48
29
21
67
48
80
85
72
85
85
105
111
95
95
82
85
75
77
87
87
87
103
100
103
121
113
123
141
151


25
49
44
44
66
84
68
67
76
86
86
79
91
70
78
82
86
69
78
82
89
104
100
98
104
80
82
79
89


73
68
88
84
80
68
68
85
115
91
105
115
150
123
103
103
94
84
98
90
114
120
100
115
112
102
100
90
84


185
200
176
167
178
200
183
193
183
180
217
185
161
187
172
167
157
100
148
133
143
148
152
118


216
445
421
216
178
269
299
194
185
129
170
185
174
100
74
70
90
94
100
124
159
115
100
95
79
90
79
79
70


74
71
88
76
80
97
107
123
114
124
125
128
124
107
96
72
91
90
95
93
103
105
100
89
108
102
92
98
105


-











Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by'commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables Grains
All
Processed All
hay
Water- Snap Total
Period melons beans Spinach Tomatoes vegetables Corn


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


40
43
27


120
100
126
163
172
155
160
168
168
126
129
114
108
106
98
106
105
100
98
94


81
.108
78
202
147
121
97
143
98
97
142
145
60
87
92
90
63
100
61
59
29
27
24
22


21
36
23
46
41
41
36
91
118
78
114
100
87
59
68
77
45
59


87
89
63
81
64
53
69
50
60
78
65
79
100
48
45
66
33
35
27


66
94
109
87
100
95
99
102
105
108
107
108
114
103
99
89
94
89
96
96
102
105
100
96
104
98
93
96
97


51
56
63
74
75
61
66
63
69
74
77
85
71
76
62
70
77
74
89
92
92
99
100
104
104
106
113
118
120


135
155
155
132
102
78
81
84
74
77
79
74
71
71
73
69
74
71
75
74
79
80
100
83
80
65
70
68
76










Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Grains Tobacco

Total Cotton and Total
Period Oats Wheat grains cottonseed Type 14 Type 62 tobacco


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


81
65
87
177
258
81
146
365
346
274
291
274
228
181
146
128
119
109
100
91
100
100
100
100
100
109
156
118
106


129
147
148
125
98


63
63
65
73
78
100
90
58
58
100
135
108
95
150
105
75


78
73
69
70
72
68
74
72
77
75
76
77
100
90
84
69
80
74
72


1,086
.1,142
878
502
304
310
618
600
710
361
335
300
204
143
265
245
235
206
237
239
220
143
100
125
98
82
93
110
108


42
39
121
110
154
140
175
176
165
167
164
138
89
86
108
108
108
115
108
98
83
99
100
89
92
95
84
79
91


61
52
58
75
85
109
107
103
86
98
101
111
107
101
118
127
116
103
101
107
124
111
100
100
100
72
60
62
54


49
43
99
90
116
123
140
139
125
132
132
123
96
92
112
115
112
109
105
101
100
104
100
93
95
85
74
71
77


-











Table 3.--lndex numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other crops

Peanuts Sugar cane for Total
Period for nuts Soybeans sugar and seed Total other all crops


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961.
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


84
111
148
204
197
147
132
110
115
113
123
115
106
106
100


108
110
108
110


7
8
12
14
29
31
26
41
44
32
33
40
42
50
68
78
80
100
143
169
184
207
232
254


94
79
79
58
41
26
25
25
25
23
23
20
21
22
25
28
32
59
74
111
96
101
100
98
86
95
107
132
147


I-~I-"




33


Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Meat animals Poultry
Dairy
Cattle Total meat (whole
Period and calves Hogs animals milk) Chickens Eggs Broilers
I I I --


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954


1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


94
101
100
97
100
102
102
108
112


310
311
313
411
367
302
311
324
289
246
272
267
243
202
207
161
143
146
128
124
122
107
100
100
100
96
139
111
93


99
98
101
108
107
81
86
94
98
105
103
101
102
97
92
87
82
87
93
92
95
100
100
97
99
101
104
108
144


45
50
54
59
71
75
77
81
91
96
97
99
102
104
106
107
104
99
98
98
98
99
100
102
104
105
106
108
112


23
22
21
26
28
37
36
38
38
38
40
47
55
61
66
67
74
80
101
121
97
102
100
98
149
177
153
179
179


23
22
21
26
23
32
31
32
32
33
34
40
48
52
57
58
63
69
87
104
83
88
100
110
117
129
124
140
140


-

24
32
37
39
40
40
42
41
40
51
59
60
64
70
80
88
93
97
79
92
100
98
149
178
153
179
184


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Table 3.--Index numbers of crop acreages and breeding units in Florida
by commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other lives-
Poultry stock products
Total Total
Total livestock crops and
Period Turkeys poultry Honey & beeswax and products livestock


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
.1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971.
1972
1.973


184
220
220
187
141
150
161
170
191
161
180
250
211
220
21.1
200
190
180
141
130
100
100
80


61
68
70
74
77
77
77
80
85
89
89
89
91
96
95
96
95
95
100
104
109
118
111
113
118


49
50
52
61
64
60
63
67
72
'75

75
77
81
81
81
82
83
85
95
102
93
98
100
102
108
114
117
120
122


56
67
73
64
67
61
63
65
67
70
71
72
74
70
70
70
72
80
84
93
91
96
100
103
106
103
106
106
118










Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)


Citrus fruits

Tange- Tange- Grape- Total
Period Oranges Temples los rines fruit Limes citrus


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


73
82
92
82
100
91
90
90
85
88
89
82
99
73
53
71
76
100
67
81
81
80
82
102


48
46
54


6
4
14
22
34
45
44
38
44
49
49
49
48
57
46
78
76
83
108
107
130
102
100
162
149
150
166
198
194


35
34
40
52
68
66
76
83
75
91
82
83
82
77
83
82
80
94
70'
59
74
79
100
71
83
80
80
83
100


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Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
comi.odities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Cqntinued


Vegetables


Limer Snai
Period beans bears


1925-29,
1930-34
1933-39
19 0-44
19 .5-49


19.30
1931
1953
19.33

1945
19J]5
19137
195'3
19 i9
1960
19() l
19>62
19t3
1964
19( 5
19 6
19' ,'
19 ,8
19~9

1910
1971
19'"2
19/3.


94
117
91
93
111
84
97
100
81


56
66
75
67
53
67
64
71
86
91
94
86
88
74
71
88
92
90
92
95
98
91.
100
89
88


Canta-
Cabbage loupe


54
51
47
62
.70
68
78
95
62
71
92
87
76
61
66
74
75
87
82
72
81
97
100
110
110
83
97
102
112


53
45
48
48
44
56
56
60
36
41
60
60
39
50
50
45
56
63
78
82
84
84
100
78
67
78
72
78
78


Sweet
corn


Cucumbers


Egg-
plant


Celery


95
95
101
94
94
111
97
93
70
72
90
102
98
95
98
97
98
100
97
95
88
100
98
104


63
75
80
89
88
112
104
81
80
74
91
96
92
91
82
82
87
100
94
93
87
91
108
128


96
100
100
88
80
91
101
112
111










Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables

Green Irish Straw-
Period Escarole Lettuce peppers potatoes Squash berries Tomatoes


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


181
153
118
89
99
83
104
111
102


97
97
100
98
92
75
90
100
123
100
109
114
100
134


164
185
168
79
105
105
114
129
123
129
134
123
118
73
73
84
106
96
112
89
84
106
100
100
98
99
133
122
197


79
55
59
65
64
67
76
76
67
67
90
92
74
63
67
84
100
104
103
104
88
88
100
103
89
66
80
105
113


53
54
51
58
76
103
117
113
108
134
120
122
98
95
95
91
128
114
135
119
112
109
100
122
136
122
101
107
138


51
63
54
61
69
76
72
69
66
57
78
83
81
83
86
86
96
100
109
119
88
98
102
140


31
23
27
24
25
34
32
19
14
24
57
53
79
92
105
89
103
100
91
114
91
125
142
153


25
27
29
26
36
49
50
48
45
50
69
56
56
39
58
79
94
93
95
96
91
86
100
90
69
62
81
83
85


I










Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Vegetables

Processed


Grains


All
hay


Water- Snap
Period melons beans Spinach


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


69
90
72
108
104
108
118
100
93
89
100
101
83
110


109
124
107
127
129
138
124
129
137
100
140
150
129
152
126
134
132
100
110
124
206
124
130
90


Total
Tomatoes vegetables


71
58
58
48
55
78
93
89
95
89
88
91
100
93
72
69
84
88
85


47
46
46
46
51
56
61
63
61
64
77
71
63
54
58
78
91
91
97
98
94
95
100
94
88
80
93
97
110


Corn


37
31
31
32
32
42
55
53
67
68
70
75
81
86
89
87
96
91
99.
95
92
90
100
101
106
98
111
97
111


24
17
19
22
22
28
35
31
36
34
40
42
46
50
52
58
70
74
80
58
88
86
100
84
78
50
98
92
86










Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 100)--Continued


Grains Tobacco

Total Cotton and Total
Period Oats Wheat grains cottonseed Type 14 Type 62 tobacco


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


85
91
88
85
96
101
107
100
108
122
127
132
86
103


39
43
44
49
51
62
73
71
52
95
101
61
68
87
69
93
80
106
110
94
89
98
100
111
105
136
132
190
155


98
100
104
100
108
104
100
104
117
100
104
117
121
129
62
92


37
36
43
43
50
51
60
57
54
65
71
62
68
74
70
80
93
99
93
89
94
84
100
90
86
101
102
99
91


72
63
61
66
72
76
83
72
66
87
87
81
89
79
84
95
97
89
83
90
83
81
100
98
98
98
101
97
90


50
46
50
54
60
62
70
64
59
75

78
7Q
77
76
76
86
95
95
89
89
89
82
100
93
91
100
102
98
91


.










Table 4.--Inde-; numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
conm idities ard groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925 .49, annui.Ly 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Other crops


Pear its
Period for :.uts


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1.952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
197 3


7.
77

S'i

10 '
5'
10'
10'
101,
122
36J.
162
16',


Sugar cane for
Soylans sugar and seed Total other


6el
64
V,.


8-8


83
9.3
851


93
90

90
93
97
100
86
96
100
100
75
f86


84
101
85
88
91
94
101
94
94
97
116
120
110
110
92
106
102
92
85
86
92
100
86
-99
96
92
108
96


88
71
79
73
73
83
85
91
90
81
93
104
84
104
98
90
99
98
91
88
90
87
100
83
93

97
100
110
105


Total
all crops


44
42
45
50
58
62
70
73
68
78
79
77
74
68
73
81
86
92
83
77
84
86
100
83
86
81
89
92
102


-










Table 4.--Index numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 = 100)--Continued


Meat animals Poultry
Total
Cattle Total meat (whole
Period and calves Hogs animals milk) Chickens Eggs Broilers


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964


1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


98
109
109
106
118
110
103
100
126
133


27
27
28
35
36
38
45
45
44
46
45
50
47
59
64
72
79
78
85
92
84
103
100
114
115
125
94
108
104


69
68
82
81
72
78
79
79
86
89
92
103
103
101
112
104
103
100
119
130
122
112
115
145


51
53
54
54
54
58
65
68
68
75
78
80
84
87
88
90
95
100
96
95
99
106
109
105


105
108
129
147
137
111
129
119
129
119
110
84
73
71
72
73
75
73
78
81
105
104
100
93
83
84
74
55
47


44
45
44
43
47
53
54
55
62
69
75
79
76
76
77
81
82
81
73
70
97
103
100
99
98
89
103
92
91


-

19
47
58
80
77
84
87
99
82
85
70
70
64
56
59
52
41
46
67
78
100
153
110
115
138
141
141


1` -' -- --











Table 4.--Indec numbers of yield or production per unit in Florida by
commodities and groups of commodities, five-year averages,
1925-49, annually 1950-1973 (1967 100)--Continued
h l


Poultry

Total
Period Turkeys poultry


1925-29
1930-34
1935-39
1940-44
1945-49
1950
1951.
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973


4 1
4.1
" 4'l
5n
5i,
5;.
5.;

6:;
5.,
59
72
65
71.
10,;
4(.
5
54
4f,
46
5L
71
100
120


6.i


6'
6:-

7.-
6 -
6.1
64
70
7T'
78
80
7ZA
75
.7 .
77
78
77
69
6E,
92
100
10(0
10,
99'


Other lives-
stock products


Honey & beeswax


95
94
134
141
129
131
128
95
121
124
98
88
121
119
121
123
118
95
117
100
112
129
119
112
131
159


Total
livestock
and products


42
42
48
51
56
62
63
69
70
68
73
77
77
80
83
86
90
91
90
93
100
104
100
107
111
109
113
113
120


Total
crops and
livestock


43
42
45
50
58
62
67
72
69
76
78
77
75
71
76
82
87
92
85
81
88
91
100
96
93

89
96
99
108




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