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Volume 38


Number 3


Agricultural Statistics
OF

Florida
1927


QUARTERLY BULLETIN

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
JULY, 1928





o
R.ATHAN MAYO
I issioner of Agriculture
Tallahasee, Florida


Entered Januar 1903, at Tallahassee, Flo
under Act of Congress of June, 1900. "Accep
rate of postage provided for in Section 1103,
thorized September 11, 1918."
raeo pos^I tage provide o nSeto 18


rida, as second-class matter
tance for mailing at special
Act of October 8, 1917, au-


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Volume 38


Agricultural Statistics

OF

Florida

1927


QUARTERLY BULLETIN

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
JULY, 1928





NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
Tallahassee, Florida


Entered January 31, 1903, at Tallahassee, Florida, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of June, 1900. "Acceptance for mailing at special
rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, au-
thorized September 11, 1918."
T. J. APPLEYARD, INC., TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


Number 3

















PREFACE


This is the Nineteenth Report of the Agriculture and
Manufactures of the State as gathered, compiled and
published under the supervision of the Commissioner of
Agriculture.
This is the most complete report yet issued. A greater
percentage of the counties had enumerators and a larger
schedule of items is included.
These reports have always been classed as "biennial"
because they have been issued every other year, but in no
case does the report represent two years in production.
This report covers the calendar year of 1927 in manu-
facturing and the fiscal year of July, 1926, to July, 1927,
in agriculture. From now on, under the present law, the
reports will be for every fifth year. The next enumera-
tion will be taken in 1932.
The table showing areas by counties has been arranged
under three classifications, which shows slight variations
from tables previously published, but in the aggregate
they are the same.
We wish to emphasize the fact that the enumerators
were appointed by the County Commissioners and the
work as turned in was inspected and approved by them
before it was forwarded to this office. A list of these
enumerators is included herein, also a copy of the law.









COPY OF LAW UNDER WHICH THE STATISTICS
ARE GATHERED

CHAPTER 10031-(No. 9).

AN ACT to Amend Sections 2514, 2515, 2516 of the Re-
vised General Statutes of Florida of 1920; Pertaining to
"The Enumeration of Agricultural, Horticultural, and
Live Stock, Manufacturing, Industrial and Other Statis-
tics; for the Appointment of County Enumerators, to
Define Their Duties, Provide for Their Compensation and
to Define the Duties of the Boards of County Commis-
sioners in Connection Therewith."

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

Section 1. That Section 2514 of the Revised General
Statutes of the State of Florida be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section 2514.-Duty of County Commissioners.-It shall
be the duty of the Board of County Commissioners of each
County in the State at any regular meeting after July first
of each quinquennial year, beginning with July, 1925, to
select and appoint some competent person to be known as
the County Enumerator, and immediately upon the ap-
pointment of such enumerator, said Board shall furnish the
Commissioner of Agriculture with his name and postoffice
address.
Duties of Enumerators.-It shall be the duty of the
County Enumerator to call on all residents and the mana-
gers or legal representatives of all non-residents in their
respective counties, who are engaged in agriculture, horti-
culture and live stock raising, and all persons, firms, com-
panies, mining and other industrial pursuits, for such nec-
essary facts and statistical information as the Commissioner
of Agriculture may require, and for filling out such blank
forms as may be furnished him by the Commissioner of
Agriculture for the purpose herein stated.
Enumerator to Subscribe to an Oath.-Each Enumerator
shall, before entering upon his duties, subscribe to an oath
before the County Judge of his County that he will, to the








6 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

best of his ability, perform well and faithfully the duties
of the office of County Enumerator; the original oath to be
filed with the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners,
and a duplicate copy shall be filed with the Commissioner
of Agriculture.
Deputies.-The County Enumerator shall not appoint a
deputy or deputies to assist him except on condition that
the deputy or deputies shall receive the full remuneration
per name which the County Enumerator receives under the
provisions of this Act. Any Enumerator who violates this
provision shall forfeit all claims for remuneration and his
work shall be rejected.
Sec. 2. That Section 2515 be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Term and Duties of Enumerators.-The first enumeration
under this Act shall be for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
1927, and every fifth year thereafter, and the enumerators
shall begin their work as soon after the first day of July,
1927, as practicable, and shall proceed to fill out all such
blank forms and lists as may be furnished by the Commis-
sioner of Agriculture, for the purpose, and they shall com-
plete said blank forms and lists in accordance with instruc-
tions of the Commissioner of Agriculture and return them
so completed in such proper form to the Boards of County
Commissioners of their respective counties not later than
the first day of November of the same year and each fifth
year thereafter, in the same manner. It shall be the duty
of the Enumerator to attach his certificate, sworn to before
a proper officer authorized to administer oaths, that such
statistical report is full, true and correct to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
Duties of County Commissioners.-It shall be the duty of
the Boards of County Commissioners at their first regular
meeting in November of each fifth year, immediately upon
receipt of the completed report from the enumerator, to
carefully examine the several schedules of said report fur-
nished by the enumerators, and, if found correct, to for-
ward the same to the Commissioner of Agriculture, so as
to reach him not later than the fifteenth day of said Novem-








STATE OF FLORIDA 7

ber. The Boards of County Commissioners, as a body, or
by a majority of such Board sitting in session shall attach
their certificate to the report, stating they have examined
the same, are satisfied with it, and approve it.
See. 3. That Section 2516 be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Rate of Compensation and Manner of Payment.-Each
County Enumerator shall be paid thirty cents for each
person or resident of the County engaged in agriculture,
horticulture, and live stock raising, and thirty cents for
each manufacturing, mining or other industrial concern
listed or enumerated under the provisions of this Act; Pro-
vided, that no farmer shall be listed unless he has as much
as one acre of the crop enumerated; the said amount to be
paid out of the funds arising from the sale of fertilizer
stamps by the Commissioner of Agriculture, in the follow-
ing manner:
Each Enumerator shall make out his bill against the
State of Florida on a blank form supplied by the Commis-
sioner of Agriculture, and such bill shall be approved by
the Board of County Commissioners of his County, and
then he shall forward the same to the Commissioner of Agri-
culture, who shall, if upon examination the said Enumera-
tor's report is found correct and satisfactory as required by
this Act, approve said bill and deliver it to the State Comp-
troller, who shall draw his warrant upon the State Treas-
urer for the amount of said approved bill and transmit the
same to the said Enumerator.
Sec. 4. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this
Act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 5. This Act shall take effect upon its becoming a
law.
Approved May 26, 1925.







8 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

TAXABLE AND NON-TAXABLE AREA OF FLORIDA,
BY COUNTIES
(From Industrial Survey.)

The following table shows the area of Florida land, as
recorded on the county tax rolls, and the areas held by
the State and the United States, which are potentially
taxable when private ownership succeeds to those tracts
not permanently held for national uses or state uses, such
as reservations of the United States for the War and Navy
Departments, for the Bureau of Lighthouses, etc.
The State of Florida is shown to have 1,183,525.9 acres
held under control of the Internal Improvement Board,
consisting of the Governor and cabinet. In addition, by
legislative act of 1917, 92,000 acres in Monroe county were
set aside for use of the Seminole Indians as a reservation.
The United States has set aside two national forests.
The Oeala National Forest is in Lake, Marion and Putnam
counties, has a gross area of 252,180 acres, of which 93,449
acres belong to individuals and 158,731 acres belong to the
United States. The Choctawhatchee National Forest is in
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton counties, has a gross area
of 368,048 acres, of which 183,599 acres belong to individu-
als and 184,449 acres belonging to the United States.
Other lands under the jurisdiction of the General Land
Office of the Department of the Interior include 24,222
acres, subject to homestead entry or settlement, and 52,215
acres on which entries, as yet unperfected, have been made.
The War Department controls reservations in Bay,
Dade, DeSoto, Duval, Escambia, Franklin, Gulf, Hills-
borough, Lee, Monroe, Okaloosa, St. Johns and Santa Rosa
counties, the total being 26,491.7 acres.
The Navy Department controls reservations in the fol-
lowing counties: Dade, Escambia, Monroe, St. Johns and
Santa Rosa counties, the total being 5,806.3 acres.
The Department of Commerce, Bureau of Lighthouses,
controls reservations in the following counties: Broward,
Calhoun, Dade, Duval, Escambia, Franklin, Hillsborough,









STATE OF FLORIDA


Lee, Levy, Monroe, Nassau, Palm Beach, Pasco, St. Johns,
St. Lucie, Santa Rosa, Volusia and Wakulla, the total being
4,212.6 acres.
The Department of the Interior, office of Indian Af-
fairs, controls reservations for use of the Seminole Indians
in Broward, Collier, Dade, Hendry and Martin, aggregat-
ing 27,906.7 acres (not including Monroe county acreage
of 92,000 mentioned above as having been set aside by the
State of Florida for the use of these Indians).
A complete statement of the lands of the United States
must also take into consideration those lands withdrawn
from settlement which belong to the United States and in-
clude all public lands on the mainland within three miles
of the coast, and all lands off the coast or in coastal waters;
there are many small islands, of irregular size and shape,
which are as yet unsurveyed, and no statement of acreage
involved can be secured at this time.
One item is lacking in the grand total of 35,056,032.2
acres: the acreage included within the limits of the in-
corporated places of the State, which has only been esti-
mated and is thought to be about 250,000 acres, the esti-
mated water area being 2,435,200 additional acres.
Credit for this data is due the following: For taxable
acreage of the State, the official records of the Comptroller.
For lands of the State, the records of the Internal Im-
provement Board.
For lands of the United States: the Departments of War,
Navy and Commerce, the General Land Office and Com-
missioner of Indian Affairs of the Department of the
Interior.












10 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


CLASSIFICATION OF FLORIDA LANDS


A lachua .................. .
Baker .................
B a y ........................................
Bradford ......................
B revard ..............................
Broward .......................
Calhoun .............................
Charlotte .........................
C itrus ....................................
( la y ....................................
Collier .......................
Columbia ............ ......
I)a d e .. ..............................
DeSoto ..........
ixie .........
D iu a l ... .................................
D u va l ...........................
Escambi i ........
Flagler
Franklin ..................
Gndsden .... ............
ail eh wrist ............................
Olchrist ........... .............
Glades
G ulf ... ...................... ........
Hamilton ........................
Hardee ........................
IIen dry .........................
Hernando .......................
Highlands ..................
Iillsborough ................
Holmes ..........
Indian iver....................
Jackson .................................
Jefferson ............
Lafayette ...............
L a ke ................................
L ee . ... .. .... ....... ..
Leon ...............
L evy .. ............ ..
L liberty .......... ......
Madison
Manatee
M arion ................ .....
M martin ....... ......................
M onroe ...........................
Nassau ...........
Okuloosa ............................
Okeech ee .....................
Orange ... ......
O sceola ................................
Palm Beach .................
P asco ... ........ ............
P inellas .........................
Polk ...... .......
P utnam ...........................
St. Johns ........................
St. Lucie .....................
Santa lRosa ...............
Sarasota ..............................
Seminole ...........
Sumter
Snwannee ..... ..........
T aylor ... ..... ................ ..
Tnion .....................
Volusia .........................
Wakulla ......................
W a lton .................................
Washington .................. ..


State V. S. Total
Lands Lands Acres


Taxable
Acreage

579,337|
352,929
430,287
181,042
667,095
737,099
356,159
435,166
366,322
380,544
1,224,328
537,222
1,154,836
378.378'
454,339
397,360
410,398
331,264
364,408
333,007
221,759
471,277
347,054
325,799
403,812
688,866
313.633
629,213
602,835

657,998
378,299i
345,575
643,507
480,339
443,488
718,406
500,071
449,978
466,177
884,779
345,520
495,285
395,575
585,308
476,076
511,184
849,454
1,210,571
396.973
131.192
1,150.919
443,980
453.836
352.105
637,779
350,6211
162,656
351,156
478,430
665,091
154,007
704,931
286,043
675,443
383.138


6i3 I 40i
1.001 135
3.681 1,604
366 ....... .................
3,626| 906
252,9031 225
159 399
4,286 120
12,461 20
621 ..... ................
26,915 1,160
1,583 120
345,314 1,2791
1,920 1,280
2,111 80o
2,449 727
3 6,382
1,109 8O4
......... 21
1991 1,538
3.79 8
2.759
559 228
160 .............. .......
52,025 24,021
40 1 ...... ..................... I

................................. 1. 10 1 1
491 4701

14 40
9,506 23
2,702 801
15,001 16,285
3,647 1,473
4,490 219
5,603 134
.............. ..... 2 75
275
1,321 85
3,234 40
7.429 146,942
7.073 2,220
1(3,306 94,383
3,485 33
240 124,168
6.568 1,371
2,683 40
1,132 356
236,419 560
605 177
2 0 1 ................................
2.970 76
734 6,187
6,522 697
6,917 657
801 26,117
1,666 .......................
3,6011 ...............................
1 ,0 4 1 ............................
900 51
2,893 440
1,942 ........................
11.087 2,773
880 286
1.260 43,472
674) 1671


Total .......................I 33.34 .6871 l. 3 il 523.8191 35.056.032

*Area of incorporated towns not included.
7 Includes Indian Reservations, national forests, and reservations of
the War, Navy, Commerce and Interior Departments.
Note: There is an additional acreage amounting to 52,215 represent-
ing unperfected homestead entries, not classified by counties.


)


;.) i,l4U0


354.006.
435,572
181,408
671,626
990.227
356,717
439,512
378,803
381.165
1,252,403
538.925
1,501,421)
381.578
456.530
400.534
425.526
332.453
364,429
334,744
222.122
485,073
349.976
326.585
403,972
764.912
313,673
640.121
603.83ti
334.642
323.298
658,052
387.828
348.357
674,793
485,459
448,197
724.143
500,346
451,384
469,451
1,039.150
354.813
692,974
399,093
709,716
484,015
513,907
850,942
1,447,550
397,755
131,393
1,153,965
450,901
461,055
359,679
663,876
352,287
166,257
352,197
479,381
668,424
155,949
718.791
287,209
720.175
383,979







STATE OF FLORIDA 11


AGRICULTURAL CENSUS ENUMERATORS AND THEIR POSTOFFICE
ADDRESSES-1927
The enumerators were appointed by the County Commissioners and the
work was turned over to the Commissioners and approved by them before
the reports were sent to the office of the Commissioner of Agriculture.
Names
COUNTY ENUMERATOR, P. 0. ADDRESS Re- Remu-
ported neration
Alachua .................. J. L. McLeod, Melrose............................... ..... 1,751 $ 525.30
Baker __.......... G. D. Bethea, Sanderson........................ 341 102.30
Bay.....................H. A. Pledger, Panama City................................. 712 213.60
Bradford ................... S. P. Crews, R. F. D., Lake Butler ............... 939 281.70
Brevard.................... S. A. Osteen, Lotus .............................................. .. 893 267.90
Broward.................... J. P. Smoak, Pompano........................................... 467 140.10
Calhoun................. C. A. Langford, Altha.............................................. 684 205.20
Charlotte.................. A. S. Waldron, Brownville........................ .. 854 256.20
Citrus..................... J. H. Priest, R. F. D., Brooksville............... 504 151.20
Clay_....................... W. G. Sikes, Middleburg......... .......... 550 165.00
*ColIier. .... ............ ........ ............... .... ......
Columbia .................. Donald Tompkins, Lake City.................. 2,602 780.60
*D ade.... ............................................................. ............................................. .......................
DeSoto................ A. S. Waldron, Brownville............................... 1,332 399.60
Dixie ................. J. P. Abbott, Mayo.............................................. 485 145.50
Duval................... C. R. Thebaut, Jacksonville................................ 8,156 2,446.80
Escambia .................. D. M. Rudd, Pensacola.............................. ...... 2,256 676.80
Flagler................... Robert Hamilton, R. F. D., Bunnell........... 163 48.90
Franklin.................... Hal Hoffman, Apalachicola ............................... 1,510 453.00
Gadsden ..................... L. J. Clark, Greensboro............................. ..... 1,773 531.90
Gilchrist................... Powers, Trenton.......................................... 194 58.20
*Glades .................. .................... ......... ........
Gulf ...................... J. F. Roberts, Overstreet .. ........ ........ 1,355 406.50
Hardee........... R. W. Roberts, Ona...................... .... 22,503 750.90
Hamilton...... R. J. Bush, Jennings.._. ................ .. . 896 268.80
*H endry .. ............................ ............................................... .................................................
Hernando....... Hilliard Allen, R. F. D., Brooksville 172 51.60
Highlands.............. L. T. Farmer, DeSoto City............................ 1,222 366.60
Hillsborough ......... B. L. Blackburn, Tampa.................................. 18,819 4,145.70
Holmes ............... A. E. Kelly, Graceville.......................................... 2,195 658.50
Indian River........ George T. Tippin, Vero Beach.............................. 5841 175.20
Jackson...................... W. W. Gay, R. F. D., Cottondale.................. 6,750 2,025.00
Jefferson .................. Lamar W. Sledge, Monticello............................. 2,807 842.10
Lafayette.................. J. P. Abbott, Mayo....................... ... .... 904 271.20
Lake.............................. G. W. Woods, Groveland............... 4,276 1,282.80
Lee............. H. Tussey, Alva........ ....... ....2,320 696.00
Leon......................... Mrs. Mattle G. Johnson, Chaires.......... 4,615 1,384.50
Levy ............................. J. R. Fugate, Williston................................... 2,35 700.50
Liberty..................... Mrs. E. M. Weaver, Bristol............................... 3,089 926.70
M adison..................... R. W ilson, M adison............................................... 1,707 512.10
Manatee..................... C. A. Bingham, Manatee................................. 1,062 318.60
Marion........... Miss Elta Burleson, Ocala................................... 3,922 1,176.60
M artin......................... C. 0. Pittm an, Stuart............................................ 752 225.60
*M onroe ...... ......... ..... ......................................................... .............. ... ... ...
Nassau................. R. H. Gregory, Yulee............................... 723 216.90
Okaloosa.................... Jesse C. Ward, Holt................... ...... 1,700 510.00
Okeechobee.............. M. Tomlinson, Okeechobee ......................... 211 63.30
Orange..... ..... S. B. Hull, Oakland................ ... 2,407 722.10
Osceola ....... H. N. Bratton, Kissimmee .............................. 1,257 377.10
Palm Beach........... Miss Mary Hall, West Palm Beach........... 1,205 361.50
Pasco_......_ .... H. Pike, Dade City............................................ 2,793 837.90
Pinellas......... ......... Elm er E Jeter, Ozona............................................... 856 256.80
Polk...... ...............I. S. Coon, K athleen ..................................................... 13,685 4,105.50
Putnam...................... L. E. McRae, Palatka............................... 1,095 328.50
Santa Rosa............ R. B. Hobbs, Milton................................................. 8,195 958.50
St. Johns................. Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine............................. 1,081 324.30
St. Lucie.................. Mrs. H. C. Neimeyer, Fort Pierce.................. 507 152.10
Sarasota.................... S. W. Kay, Sarasota......... .... .......... 429 128.70
Seminole.................... Charles T. Henderson, Sanford................... 1,617 485.10
Sumter....... H. B. Eddins, Bushnell........ ..... .......... 2,094 628.20
Suwannee...... ... S. D. Huggins, O'Brien....................... 2,564 769.20
Taylor....... .. M. F. Green, Perry ........ ............ .... 1,468 440.40
Union ...... M. M. Hale, Dukes............................. 930 279.00
Volusia...................... Randolph Kirchof, De Leon Springs 8,940 1,182.00
Wakulla.................... rs. G. S. Nesmith, Wakulla ...................... 803 240.90
Walton.............. E. R. Ward, R. F. D., Argyle .............................. 4,488 1,346.40
Washington ............ E. Howell, Vernon ........................ ....... 1,559 467.70
T otal........................................... .................................. ...... ..... .... ........ I 134,058 1$40,217.40
No enumeration taken.










12 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


ALACHUA

Number of Acres in County.................------- ...
Number of Acres in Farms..............-- ........
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.................
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber............
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture....................
Value of Farm Machinery ............. ..............
Number of Gas Engines .............. .........................
Number of Electric Light Plants ......................
Number of W ater W orks ..................... .................
Number of Radio on Farms ............................
Number of Tractors on Farms .........................


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP

Cotton, Upland ....-..-...--
Corn .............-----------------...
O ats ............-........-- --------. ......
R ice .......... -- ---. ------------...
Potatoes, Irish ....-....----.
Potatoes, Sweet .... .......
Sugar Cane Syrup ..............
Sorghum Syrup ..........---
Field Peas ...... ------ ...
Hay, Field Pea ...............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Millet .......----..-------.
Hay, Natal Grass ..............
Hay, Sorghum .......-------..----
Japanese Cane .........------.--
Peanuts ........--....-------------...
Tobacco (open) .................
Velvet Beans ...............
Velvet Bean Hay ............
Onions .............-.. ---- ---.......
Lettuce .................------ ..---
P epper ..............- -.............
Cabbage ..........------------.
Tomatoes ..................--------....
English Peas ....--.....----------
Cucumbers ............................
Squash ......................--.-.--
Egg Plants ........................
R om aine ...............................
Watermelons .....................
Beans (string) .................
Beans (lima) ----.......---.
Okra ...............................---
B ulbs ................................----


ACRES YIELD i VALUE
I I


574
24,715
172
3
1,052
595
208
1
333
431
1,600
191
51


8,377
162
4,352
8
1


177
259
351
4
41
870
7
123
4
1,853
1,183
59
75
15


223 Bales
285,042 Bushels
1,775
70
124,248
57,237
37,721 Gallons
60
3,700 Bushels
324 Tons
1,600
13
9
24
20
141,677 Bushels
90,420 Pounds
107,060 Bushels
80 Tons
64 Crates
27,060
26,481
61,785
125
2,190
135,094
440
12,487
950
624 Carloads
81,931 Crates
3,302
4,765
325,000 Bulbs


11,150
285,312
1,165
140
153,775
60,560
37,721
60
9,240
7,860
29,495
320
180
480
200
151,973
56,756
113,090
125
160
16,690
37,178
42,780
175
2,955
140,781
225
10,071
200
96,855
94,432
4,954
6,830
8,000


S579,940
S180,868
S61,994
8,735
S42,041
.$167,576
121
24
33
14
68


"'


n~ on~ nnr\


$1,381,880


%










STATE OF FLORIDA


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- | I
Bearing Bearing! Crates I Value
STrees Trees
Oranges ...... ... .. ........ 10,790 36,978 75,315 $ 78,970
Grapefruit .. ........ ...... ......... 100 855 2,610 2,570
Peaches .. .................. ........... 210 5,3661 627 958
Pears ....... -..-...-...- ... -. ..... 500 186! *246 480
Pecans .......-...........-..... ....... 33,862 21,1501 1165,430 50,420
*Barrels. tPounds. $ 133,398
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber[ Value

H horses .......-...-. ...- .......... -.--- 1,477|$ 115,135
Colts ........- ... ... ......... ---. 941 3,130
M ules .............. .......... ...... ---.... 1,5291 194,995
M ule C olts .............. .... ......................... ..... 21 95
Asses ..................................... ....... ... 4 400
W ork Oxen ................................................. ......... 1 50
H ogs ............................. .....................----- ....... ---.. 19,3421 148,118
Dairy Cattle ............................................ .. 1,7351 110,920
Stock Cattle .......... ....................... 19,555 195,550
Sheep ......... ..-..-- ... ...........-......... 5251 875
Goats .............. -............ ............... ... 8951 871
Angora Goats ......... ........ .................. .. ... 901 135
$ 770,274
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
Number Value
I I
H erefords ................. ..... -.. ...----- ....-- -.. 340 $ 7,800
Shorthorns ......... -....- .......-........--- --- ------. 1621 5,960
Devons .......... .---.... ...----------- 151 850
H olsteins ........ ..----- ...........--- .......... ..........-- 4 325
Guernseys ...... .... ....-..................... ... 13 550
Jerseys ........... ..... ......... 2,632 116,112
Aberdeen Angus ....- .... ................ ........... 321 4,090
$ 135,687
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumber Value
I I
Cattle Exported ..... ......................... .... 351$ 1,050
Cattle Sold ............. .. ... ................. 4,9181 17,552
Cattle Slaughtered ... ..................... 2,790 48,735
Hogs sold for Pork.............................................. 2,126 28,415
H ogs sold for Bacon ................................ ........... 4,203 62,041
Hogs sold Alive ........ ................. 9,5441 86,074
M ilk (gallons) ...................-- ..... -------------------- 790,2641 831,623
Butter (pounds) .. .........................----.------ I 67,718 35,969
Poultry ............ .....................- 95,213 75,119
Eggs (dozen) ........... ... ............-..-..-.-- ..... 370,3421 148,218
H oney (pounds) ..................................... ..... 4,4851 680
$1,335,476










AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


BAKER
Number of Acres in County....................
Number of Acres in Farms ...........................
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ......
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .......
Value of Farm Machinery ...............-..--...
Number of Gas Engines ......................
Number of Electric Light Plants on Farms
Number of Water Works ..........................
Number of Radio on Farms .......................
Number of Tractors on Farms .......................
FIELD AND TRUCK CR(


.... 354,065
... 36,044
.... 11,010
1,142
78
...$ 20,589



1
4


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

..........

......................
................
......................
............... - ---
.................
)Ps


CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE
II I
Cotton, Upland ....-...... 1341 49 Bales 1$ 2,450
Cotton, Sea Island ........ 5 2 250
Corn ....................... .........- 23,3461 41,534 Bushels 42,554
Oats ............. .... ....... ... 68 635 660
Rice ....................... .......--- 4 95 95
Potatoes, Irish .............. 241 1,275 1,425
Potatoes, Sweet ............. 232 20,560 20,515
Sugar Cane Syrup ............ 111 20,420 Gallons 18,708
Field Peas ....................... 54 1,350 Bushels 1,370
Soy Beans .............-. .... S... 80 80
Hay, Field Pea ..-........-.. 199 199 Tons 3,430
Hay, Native Grass -....... 1 1 20
Cassava ............. ....... 22 22 "440
Peanuts ............... .......... 3,278 21,792 29,500
Rye ........................... .... 2 20 Bushels 40
Velvet Beans .................. 105 1,060 1,210
Velvet Bean Hay ............ 6 11 Tons 195
Tomatoes .............. .. ........1 25 Crates 50
Watermelons ...... ----- 491 1 Carload 1,605
Beans (string) .................. 111 225 Crates 310
Beans (lima) ...........-.......10! 310 685
$ 125,592
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- |
Bearing Bearing| Crates I Value
Trees i Trees I
Oranges .............-... ........ 6,445 6221 1,198 $ 3,320
Lemons ............. .... .. 100 21 21 6
Grapefruit ..................... ..-. 29j 151 411 84
Limes --................... ..... .... 1,002 -............... 21 33
Figs ..................... ............... ........... 7,658! 1,1781 799
Peaches -...................... ... ...... 22,347 1,5761 1,626 3,906
Japan Persimmons ....... .................. 41,0391 749| 2,006
Avocado Pears ....- .................. 261 26 59
Pears ............................... .... 35,3191 2,3381 *691 3,328
Sugar Apple ................... ........... .... 1 1 2
Pecans ......... ........ ......... 73,254 3,1951 t35,355 18,956
Grapes .......................... ... ......................... . 4,5461 718
Plums .................- ..- ... 2,5601 159! 1741 1,308


*Barrels. tPounds.


$ 34,525










STATE OF FLORIDA


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number| Value

Horses .......-- ........ ....... -- .-- .-.. -- 1261$ 5,720
Colts .......... .---.-... -..... ......... ........ ............. 21 80
Mules ...... ........ ........................-....... 362| 18,260
M ule Colts ..........- ........... ....... ... ...-.. ...... 1 50
W ork Oxen ....1........ ........... .. ....... ...... 1 25
Hogs ............ ............... ...... 4,9151 23,060
Dairy Cattle .............................. -- ....... .... 961 5,860
Stock Cattle ................ ....... .....--------..... 6,659 65,934
Sheep ...........:::::: .... ........:-------:---:.. 25 50
Goats ..........- ....-. ------- ----------- 5381 538
$ 119,577
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value
I
Hereford ............... -..........- .....-- ........ -- 1|$ 50
Holsteins ......-.........-- .......... ... --- ...- 2 40
Guernseys ...----.-........--.... ............ ..... - 40 2,000
Jerseys ........... ........... .......... .................. | 46 2,125
$ 4,215
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number Value
I I
Cattle Exported ............ .................- ... .... 2741$ 2,695
Cattle Sold ................................ ........| 200 1,730
Cattle Slaughtered ....................................... 49 720
Hogs Killed for Pork ....................... .................... 1,3601 14,564
Hogs Killed for Bacon ................ .... .......... 1,8951 29,546
Hogs sold Alive ................. .... .........- ...... I 162 895
Sheep sold for M utton ................... ..... .... 1 5
Milk (gallons) ..... ....... ........-..... ......-.. ---- 19,330 9,165
Poultry ......... ~~.- .. .. ..... .... ........ .- ....-. ...- 15,119 14,957
Eggs (dozen) ........-..-......... .................. 39,3251 13,379
W ool (pounds) .......- ...-..- ................ ....- ... 1501 45
$ 87,701


15








16 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


BAY

Number of Acres in County...........................
Number of Acres in Farms ...................
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.......
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber-
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ........
Value of Farm Machinery ...................-.
Number of Gas Engines on Farms .........
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ........
Number of Water Works on Farms.............
Number of Radio on Farms..............................
Number of Tractors on Farms....................


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP

Cotton, Upland ........
Corn .. ..................
O ats ........ .........
R ice ......................
Potatoes, Irish ...............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Sugar Cane Syrup ....-
Field Peas ..... ........
Soy Beans .....................
Hay, Field Pea...........
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Millet ..........-............
Hay, Natal Grass............
Hay, Sorghum ............ ..--
Kaffir Corn ................
Japanese Cane ............
Cassava ................-.......---
Peanuts ..............
Velvet Beans ............-
Velvet Bean Hay.............
O nions ........................
Cabbage .....................
Tomatoes ..................
English Peas .....................
Beets ....................
Egg Plants .......................
Dasheens .............--
Watermelons ..............-
Cantaloupes ............. ..
Beans (string) .............
Beans (lima) .....................
Cucumbers ...................


I ACRES [ YIELD I VALUE
I I


11
12,770
500
35
785
7,480
8,215
747
10
34
26
2
49
10
1
1
1
1,740
646
9
40
260
100
100
50
20
10
14
50
140
175
150


Bales
Bushels




Gallons
Bushels

Tons







Bushels

Tons
Crates






Carloads
Crates


$ 660
14,925
475
80
1,275
8,340
10,228
1,879
25
660
215
40
290
300
40
20
10
3,195
1.820
330
125
785
169
200
75
65
90
2,200
137
230
431
225


$ 49,539
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- |
Bearing Bearing! Crates Value
Trees Trees |
Oranges ...................... ....... 55,568 29,276 63,439 $ 185,978
Lem ons .......... ............ 37 1 4 20


...................... 435,572
.................... 102,230
....... ... .. .. 5,322
....-.......- 53,042
..... .. ... 188
.....................$ 32,000
........... ...... 2 2









STATE OF FLORIDA 17

FRUTTS AND NUTS--(Continued)
Grapefruit --..... ..... .............. 6,3321 812 1,187 20,191
Lim es ............... ... ....... . -- 84 17
Figs .................... .... ........ .... 14,474 331 1,648
Bananas ....... ......................... ... 73 6 12
Peaches ............ ....... 1,4021 1,409 1,529 2,461
Japan Persimmons .................-... 2,257 406 1,825
Avocado Pears -...... ....-................6 4 9
Pears .................................... 10,2741 965 *151 460
Sugar Apples ........... .. ............... 25 18 49
Pecans -............ ..... ..I 2,981| 940 t6,840 2,483
Grapes ............. .. .... ................- ........... +155,557 15,555
Plum s ......................... ........ 3601 199 4131 641
*Barrels. fPounds. $ 231,349
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I I
SNumberj Value
I I_____
H orses .............. .. ...... ........ . 116 $ 10,380
Colts ................ .. ..-.... ...... 2 125
M ules ............ . ... ......... . 221 23,755
M ule Colts .... ... .. ...... ..... .............. ......... 3 150
A sses ................ .... ..- ................. 1 50
W ork Oxen ... ..................... ........... ........ 49 2,415
H ogs ............ .............. ....... ... ....... ...... ..... 4,065 14,496
Dairy Cattle ......... ................. I 551 23,334
Stock Cattle ..-.... ... .................. ... .......... ...i 5,337 52,724
Sheep ........... ...................... .. - 378 1,033
Goats _................... ... ......503 319
Angora Goats ....................................... .... 1 2
$ 128,783
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
SNumber] Value
SI___
Holsteins .... ...- .. ... .. ... ... ... I 7 $ 265
Jerseys .............. ..... .. .. ..... .. ........... 34 2,035
$ 2,300
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number] Value
I I
Cattle Exported ...-.... .............. ---- 686 $ 6,320
Cattle Sold .........-....-........- ... ..... ..... .... |....... 637 6,760
Cattle Slaughtered ......... ~............. ...... ..! 826 12,447
Hogs Killed for Pork .................... ....... .......... 421 2,981
Hogs Killed for Bacon.......................... .... 331 7,381
Hogs Sold Alive .......... ... ..... ....... 316 1,511
Milk (gallons) -..-...... ................... .... ...... 191,320 149,643
Butter (pounds) ............... .............. ..... 23,373 14,674
Poultry ............................................ ....... . 28,465 19,836
Eggs (dozen) .............- .............. ..-- 121,905 41,307
Wool (pounds) -........ ............... ... 325 102
Honey (pounds) ....................... ..... ... 15,387 1,606
Beeswax (pounds)... ... . .................. .. 7941 240
$ 264,808









18 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

BRADFORD

Number of Acres in County ................. ... .......... ... 181,408
Number of Acres in Farms ......... .............. ...-.............. 62,478
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation-................. ..... 13,866
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ........................... 3,797
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ...-----
Value of Farm Machinery ......... .........-- ................... 42,013
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ..........-................--.... 3
Number of Electric Light Plants on Farms. ..................... 5
Number of Water Works Plants on Farms .................... 2
Num ber of Radio on Farm s.................................................... 1
Number of Tractors on Farms .......... ............. ............. 12
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS
i I I
CROP I ACRES I YIELD I VALUE
I I I
Cotton, Upland .--..---- 36 7 Bales $ 358
Corn -....... ..... ------------- 10,551 65,224 Bushels 65,424
Rice ................ ..--- 1 10 25
Potatoes, Irish -- ... 17 1,445 "3,280
Potatoes, Sweet .... 157 12,052 12,052
Sugar Cane Syrup....... 102 14,337 Gallons 14,317
Field Peas .................... 219 1,620 Bushels 24,345
Hay, Field Pea.. --... 7 10 Tons 270
Hay, Native Grass ....--- I 359 55 1,100
Peanuts ........... -- 3,661 28,405 Bushels 27,530
Tobacco (shade) -... 4 3,500 Pounds 1,500
Velvet Beans ....--- 509 4,030 Bushels 4,405
Pepper .............. ............ 3 300 Crates 350
Cabbage ........... 8 600 "950
Tomatoes ........ ... 72 3,255 3,240
English Peas ............... 1 10 30
Beets .................. 7 800 675
Squash .............. 21 1,410 1,360
Watermelons ................ 87 35 Carloads 4,800
Cantaloupes ............... 1 50 Crates 75
Beans (string) ........... 628 38,381 44,267
Beans (lima) ................ 5 665 915
Cucumbers .......... ....... 32 2,893 2,135
$ 213,403
FRUITS AND NUTS
i Non- I I
| Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
I Trees | Trees ]
Oranges ............... .. ..--- I 1,5911 2,324 4,3301$ 6,811
Grapefruit ........................ 51 1 10 15
Figs ....................... .... ...... .. ....... .... 25 18 31
Peaches ................. ....... 151 866 900 1,070
Japan Persimmons ..................... 6001 231 334
Strawberries ...... .... ............ 220. 1447,630 130,710
Pears ................. ....... ..... 1441 666 $239 812
Pecans ......................... I 10,4701 7,0661 x87,890 21,202
Grapes ................ ....... ........ -----.....-- x10,995 1,099


*Acres. tQuarts. SBarrels. xPounds.


$ 162,087









STATE OF FLORIDA 1l

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberi Value

H horses .... --.... .......... .-- .. ...... ..- 384 $ 25,355
Colts ...... -- ...- .........- --.. ...... 3 105
M ules ........ ~....... ................- -- -.... 4711 39,435
A sses ............ ..... ---....... ... .. ... 2 50
W ork Oxen ........................ ............ 2 100
H ogs ............ ...... .......... 7,107| 31,984
Dairy Cattle .... ...... ............... .. ..... .......... 1941 13,224
Stock Cattle ................................... .............. 5,554. 55,802
Sheep ........ ~... .... -- --........... ........... 135; 350
Goats ...~.~.--.... .............. -- -------- ------......... 666! 666
$ 167,071
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
I Number Value

H olsteins ........... ........ ........- --- ...- . ----- 101$ 275
Guernsey -.......-- .......... 1 25
Jerseys ..... ....-.-- ...- ........ --..... .... 1321 5,210
$ 5.510
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

| Number Value

Cattle sold Alive.... ....................-...-.. --. -..... 544 $ 6,499
Cattle Slaughtered ................. -------------...1 8
Hogs killed for Pork ............ .... ...--.. -. -. ... 725 '7,292
Hogs killed for Bacon..... ........ ................ ....... 2,057! 30,926
H ogs sold Alive ........................ ... .....--- ....--- --- 1,274 10,374
M ilk (gallons) ...... ..... .. ............ ----- -.. ..... 35,138 20,601
Butter (pounds) .............. ............------- ........ | 5001 255
Poultry .4SS...... ...... 4 971 27,534
Eggs (dozen) ........................ ..... 133,1171 30,772
W ool (pounds) .... ...... 3001 75
$ 134,336









20 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

BREVARD

Number Acres in County ........................... 671,626
Number Acres in Farms................-..-.................- 35,638
Number Acres in Actual Cultivation......................... 10,271
Number Acres in Merchantable Timber-.................... 6,053
Number Acres in Improved Pasture ....................... ... 2,401
Value of Farm Machinery ............. ... ...... ............ .....$ 93,630
Number of Gas Engines on Farms........... ..................... 94
Number of Electric Plants on Farms.................................. 49
Number of Water Works on Farms.....-.. ............... ... 139
Number of Radio on Farms................................ 49
Number of Tractors on Farms... -............ ........ ..... 92
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS
I I
CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Corn ................---.------ 141 252 Bushels $ 479
Potatoes, Irish ......-...... 171 7,863 17,264
Potatoes, Sweet -- 29 2,505 "6,160
Field Peas ............... -----22 415 855
Soy Beans -1...-..........- 2 10 25
Hay, Native Grass........ 2 4 Tons 80
Velvet Beans ..---- 381 400 Bushels 1,075
Onions .......--..- 1 37 Crates 125
Lettuce ............. ... 5 750 1,500
Celery ............ ................. 5 2,515 7,530
Pepper ............................. 96 23,069 41,121
Cabbage ..................... 13 1,685 2,910
Tom atoes .... ....................... 375 41,330 45,465
English Peas 3........... ..- 120 "300
Beets ...........--....- --.- 3 375 "750
Squash ...................- ---- 5 1,220 1,250
Egg Plants .....-............ 5 575 900
Dasheens ............... ...... 1 200 800
Romaine ........ --......--. 1 100 200
Watermelons ... ..... 197 40 Carloads 8,230
Beans (string) .......... 115 10,830 Crates 17,935
Beans (lima) ........... ... 1 200 800
Cucumbers ....... .......... 14 1,390 2,090
Ferns .................... ........ .. .. ........ 10,000
$ 167,844
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ... .......-........ 213,8071 436,186 535,413$ 503,242
Lemons .................. 141 17 41 72
Grapefruit ............. ....... 43,9811 105,771 235,831 470,234
Lim es ............ ..----... .......---..-- 787 597 2,073
Cocoanuts ....... ...... --.... ............ 23 *200 50
Figs ---...............-- ..--------.......- 80 55 147
Bananas ........... .- .. ............-.. 12,820 t2,110 2,715
Pineapples ......--. 6 .................. 425 1,275
Peaches ................... 15 82 58 168
Mangoes ...... ..... ... .. .... ............... 423 843 1,615









STATE OF FLORIDA


FRUITS AND NUTS--(Continued)
Non- I I
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Japan Persimmons ...... ..... I-...........I 1321 1141 249
Avocado Pears --....... .... ..I-....- ....-.. 841 240i 1,237
Strawberries .................. .......... .. $44 x5,250 2,375
Guavas .......................................... 1,466| 2,523 2,773
Sugar Apples ......- .................I...... 21 4 10
Pecans .............................. ..... ..... I 271 a635 293
Grapes ........ ........ ..... .............................. al,735 277
Plum s -.... .... . ... -- .......-- ...... 31 31 6
*Nuts. tBunches. $Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. $ 988,811

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberl Value

H horses .................................... .......... .................... 1811$ 11,165
Colts ....... ........ ........ ...- ... ....-............ .. ..... 19 575
M ules .......................................... ....... .... 189 22,335
H ogs ................... .............................. ......... 6811 2,177
Dairy Cattle ......- ....... ....... .......-...... ........... 1,0501 68,950
Stock Cattle ...................................... ... ..... 9,2751 92,990
A ngora G oats .... ....... .......................... ...... ... 8 40
$ 198,232
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number1 Value

H olsteins .... . .......... .......... ............... 23 $ 500
Guernseys ..................... ........... .... ......... 2 100
Jerseys ... ..... .-...... ..- ...-.... .... .. ..... 212 11,885
Aberdeen Angus .... .... ... ... .. .......... ...... 100 2,000
$ 14,485
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

| Number Value

Cattle Exported ...... ......... .... ....... | 5001$ 12,500
Cattle sold Alive .... ... ..... .. .... ................. 479 9,335
Cattle Slaughtered .... ............ .. ...... 377 8,525
Hogs killed for Pork ......... ........ ............ 280 3,630
Hogs sold Alive.................. .. ...... ................ 1251 350
M ilk (gallons) ... ........ .......... .............. ... 135,8871 93,722
B utter .... .... ......... ......... ... .. .. ....... ... 7,580 3,718
Poultry .... .... ... ......... ... ..... 19,742 21,106
Eggs (dozen) ............... . .... .. ...... 46,795 19,673
H oney (pounds) ...... ............ .. .. ............... J 33,780 3,005
Beeswax (pounds) .... 1251 38
$ 175,602








22 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


BROWARD


Number Acres in County................ .. ..........
Number of Acres in Farms.......................... .. .........
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .......................
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber...............
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .......................
Number of Gas Engines on Farms -..-.....- ........
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............ ............
Number of Water Works on Farms... ................. ..
Number of Radio on Farms............. ............
Value of Farm M achinery........................ .... .............
Number of Tractors on Farms.......... .... .. .............

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


990,227
8,980
5,111

958
700
.2,600
150
320
.$ 44,390
35


I ACRES I VALUE
I ACRES I YIELD I VALUE
iI I


Corn ...................-....-.....I.... 94| 1,550 Bushels 1$ 1,675
Potatoes, Irish .............. 1641 12,073 13,022
Potatoes, Sweet .......... 1 104) 250
Field Peas ......... ......... 9 417 739
Velvet Beans .........3.......... 0 600 1,800
Onions ............................ 3 450 Crates 885
Pepper .............................. 757 192,613 196,907
Cabbage -................. ..... 24 2,610 5,520
Tomatoes ........... ......- 232 38,539 51,116
English Peas .................. I 10 780 2,060
Beets .............................. 3 245 515
Squash ........................... 7 686 1,437
Egg Plants 4-......... ......... 42 7,312 12,647
Watermelons .................... 10 1 Carload 200
Beans (string) ..... ........ 2,488 103,503 Crates 426,516
Beans (lima) ........... ...... 16 2,163 6,156
Cucumbers ..................... 2031 8.194 21,337
$ 742,782
FRUITS AND NUTS

| Non- |I
Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
I Trees I Trees I


Oranges ...........................
Lem ons ................................
Grapefruit ...................... ..
Limes ........ ........ -- ........
Cocoanuts .............. ........ ....
Figs ....-............-......... ....
Bananas ............... ..... ....
Pineapples ...................- ...
M angoes ................ -- .....
Avocado Pears ..... -- ..
Straw berries .......................
S apodilla ................................. .....
Guavas .. ..... ......... -.. -
Sugar Apples ..................... ...
Grapes ....................... ..........I-
*Nuts. tBunches. SAcres.


10,434 4,1021 1,4111$
71 221 35
1,468 533 4451
........... 311 1041
........... 1,199 *250
........... 1 1
...........I 401 24
........... 3$11 230
........... 337 473
...........I 4191 309
.......... 1 x50
.- ...... 19 28
.......... 447 759
...........I 7 4
.......... ..... ......... l
xQuarts. aPounds. $


8,722
70
12,412
401
86
1
30
460
591
853
125
49
785
14
11
24,610







STATE OF FLORIDA


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberl Value

Horses ................................ .. .... 61 $ 4,465
M ules ................ ............... ....... .. 145 16,430
Dairy Cattle .............. ........ .. .. ................... 1,443 101,785
Stock Cattle -. ........ ...... ................... .. 462 30,755
Goats --....-....-.....--..... ----- ......- 1 4
$ 153,439
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

I Numberi Value

H erefords ................. ......................... ... ... 2 $ 150
G uernsey ................................ ..... ............. 1 500
$ 650
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number] Value

Cattle sold Alive ..................-.. ............. -...-.. 2501$ 5,625
Milk (gallons) ......... ...-.................... 468,7951 224,647
Butter ....................... ....................... ........... 6,9901 3,495
Cheese ...... .......... .................... ..... 7801 195
Poultry ..................................... ......... 10,8451 10,972
Eggs (dozen) ................................ ............. 16,8411 8,229
H money (pounds) ................. ...................... 1,2001 1,125
$ 254,288

CALHOUN
Number of Acres in County....................................... 356,717
Number of Acres in Farms........................ .. ..... ........ 58,238
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation........................... 16,032
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber.......................- 10,599
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture........................... 600
Value of Farm Machinery...................... .....................$ 24,151
Number of Gas Engines on Farms......................... ........ 4
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............................... 5
Number of Water Works on Farms..................... ......... 6
Number of Radio on Farms......................................... 3
Number of Tractors on Farms............................... ............. 6
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE
I I__
Cotton, Upland ................. 9261 389 Bales |$ 24,322
Corn ................. ................ 9,5071 101,060 Bushels 101,060
Oats ......................... ........ 235[ 2,586 | 2,455
Rice ....- ..-..... -................. 91 115 230
Potatoes, Irish .................. 8 185 r 430









AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)
I I
CROP i ACRES i YIELD | VALUE

Potatoes, Sweet ............ 388 24,355 24,205
Sugar Cane Syrup............. 366 77,845 Gallons 36,598
Sorghum Syrup ................ 14 1,873 968
Field Peas ............-... .I 89 590 Bushels 1,152
Hay, Field Pea .... .... I 24 11 Tons 270
Hay, Native Grass......... 419 415 8,794
Cassava ............... ..I........ 8 12 120
Peanuts ........................... 4,280 61,849 Bushels 61,669
Tobacco (shade) ............. 11 7,000 Pounds 1,300
Tobacco (open) ...... 18 14,400 2,280
Velvet Beans ..................... 462 3,575 Bushels 5,595
Velvet Bean Hay............. 17 180 Tons 355
Tomatoes ............. 1 100 Crates 300
Watermelons ..-............. 533 138 Carloads 10,508
Cantaloules ............ 1 .................. Crates 40
Chufas ............. .............. 861 1,595 Bushels 4,695
$ 287,346
FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non- I
| Bearing Bearing Crates | Value
I Trees Trees |
Oranges ........ ................ ............... 11 2 $ 5
Grapefruit ...................-....... 101 2 2 9
Lim es .............. . ............... 300 75 150
Figs ................ ..................... ........ 561 1,036 1,198
Peaches .............................. 2,0551 837 1,162 1,112
Japan Persimmons ........... .. ................ 439 317 369
Avocado Pears ................ .................. 419 309 853
Strawberries .. -.. ... ... ................ x50 125
Pears ................ ... 1,9341 160 b36 221
G uavas ..................... ......-- ................ 2 1 3
Sugar Apples ....... .....--- ................ 2 1 5
Pecans ...............- ....- .- .. 3,687 1,127 a16,022 5,086
G rapes ........ -. .....-............. .. .. ................ a900 133
Plum s ..................... ........... 198 52 30 75
Blueberries .... ... ..................... 742 ................ 550
$Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. bBarrels. $ 9,894
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I 1
SNumberl Value
I I
H orses .................. .... .... ....... .. .......... ....... 235 $ 14,565
Colts .................. .. 2 35
M ules ................... .. .. .. ........ .. ................. ..... 628 63,536
Mules 628 63,536
M ule C olts ........----- ................ ........ I-- .. 7 405
W ork Oxen .... ..... ............. .... ....... 28 865
H ogs ...... ....... .... ......... ... 13,976 32,206
Dairy Cattle .......... ................... 858 19,275
Stock Cattle ......................... .. ............................ 3,999 33,367
Sheep -.......... ....-. .. .................-.......... ........ 932 2,680
Goats ............. .................... ........... 1,657 912
Angora Goats .......................................... 181 275
$ 168,121









STATE OF FLORIDA


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
| NumberI Value
I I
Holsteins .-4 ... -- ----_- 4$ 200
Guernsey --------....--------------... 1 50
Jerseys .............................................. 56 2,720
$ 2,970
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number Value

Cattle sold Living ...................... ....... ....... ... 6661$ 8,835
Cattle Slaughtered .----.-- ... ~~.~...~........... 961 1,584
Hogs killed for Pork .......... ............. .. .... 3,084 13,675
Hogs killed for Bacon ..... ................... ........ 4,824 44,053
Hogs Sold Alive................... ... ....... ...... 1,4131 5,234
Sheep sold for Mutton ............1... .---- ........ 9 27
M ilk (gallons) ................... ............................... 110,720 25,378
Butter ..................... .. .......... .. 7,5921 13,896
Poultry ............... .... ...... -- -....|... 32,3711 23,749
Eggs (dozen) ... ..................... ...... .... 83,643 20,678
Wool (pounds) .-------- 960 289
Honey (pounds) ..................... . .... ..... 15,4501 1,285
$ 158,683

CHARLOTTE

Number of Acres in County..................-........ 439,572
Number of Acres in Farms...................... ...... .. 28,537
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .............-..... 1,612
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber-..................... ........
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ....................... 898
Value of Farm Machinery in County .......................... ..$ 24,480
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ........... .... .......... 12
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ................................. 15
Number of Water Works on Farms ...................... .... 17
Number of Radio on Farms ........... ................... ... ......
Number of Tractors on Farms ........................ 23

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP I ACRES I YIELD VALUE
I I I
Potatoes, Irish .................... 41 4,000 Bushels $ 9,000
Potatoes, Sweet .........-.... 7 350 1,300
Sugar Cane Syrup -.......3 150 Gallons 150
Field Peas ........-......... .. 201 --.............. Bushels |.......... ...
Hay, Field Pea ............ 12 16 Tons 500
Hay, Millet .. ................- 1 1 20
Velvet Bean Hay ..... 20 5 "100
O nions ............. ............ .......... Crates 14
L ettuce ........ .. ...... .. .....- ..... ....... | 100
Pepper ...... ..... ...... .... 69 12,000 74,000








26 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)
I I
CROP I ACRES | YIELD VALUE

Tomatoes ......................... 84 3,500 8,500
Egg Plant ........................... 25 ... .......... .......... ... ....
Watermelons ................... 89 2 Carloads 950
Cantaloupes ................... 6 ..... .. ...................... ... .....
Beans (string) .................... 1 ........ ........ ................. 500
Cucumbers .......................... 231 600 Crates 1 1,300
$ 96,434
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- j I
Bearing Bearingi Crates Value
Trees I Trees I
Oranges ............................ 16,5671 18,5771 10,400[$ 10,200
Lem ons ................................. 131 831 501 80
Grapefruit ........ ................... 1,647 2,672 ............................
Lim es ................ ............... ..... ............ 391 20 20
Cocoanuts ....... ..... .-...... 87 ... .... ........... .....
Bananas ....... ........... ...... ........ 3,1371 t581 249
Pineapples .....--......--- ............... ....... $25! 6,5031 1,750
Peaches ............................. ...... 182 ------.............. ....---------........
Mangoes .............................. ......... 2,918 2,737 4,373
Japan Persim m ons ........ ...- 22 ..... ....................................
Avocado Pears ................... 173 .......... ......... .......... .......
Strawberries ............ 10...... ........ .....--.--...-..
Sapodilla ....... .. ...... 8 ...................................... ....
Guavas ...................... ........ .. ...... 9,0481 1,746| 2,294
Pecans ................. .... .... ........ I ............... .... .......... .... .
Grapes .......... ... ................... ..... .... a501 5
tBunches. $Acres. aPounds. $ 18,971
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber! Value
H horses ................ ................... ..................... 841$ 8,445
Mules ................... .............. .... .....-.... 521 7,900
Hogs .- ..................-........--.........-- 452 2,830
Dairy Cattle ........................ ................. 231 19,610
Stock Cattle ............ ........................ 1,888 19,030
Sheep ................................. ............ 470 1,330
G oats ............................... .... ... ... 301 150
$ 59,295
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
| Number! Value
H olsteins ...................-......... .. .................... ....... 2 $ 200








STATE OF FLORIDA


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumberi Value

Cattle ........................ .... ..... .... ..I...... ...
Hogs killed for Bacon ...................... ................ 9231$ 1,000
Milk (gallons) ... ............ ..... ........ ....... 42,0901 33,630
B utter ............. ..................... .... ... ........ .. 6,8801 3,440
Poultry ...................... ................20,8361 28,844
Eggs (dozen) ........................ .... .... .... 23,648 16,884
Honey (pounds) ...--... ................. ----- 2001 150
$ 83,949

CITRUS

Number of Acres in County ........ ........-. ........... ...... 378,803
Number of Acres in Farms....... ......... .. ........... 13,891
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.......................... 5,778
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ................... 1,659
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture......-.................... 1,365
Value of Farm Machinery ......... ......... .................... $ 2,854
Number of Gas Engines on Farms..-.............................. 13
Number of Water W orks on Farms..................................-. 11
Number of Radio on Farms.......................... ... ......... 4
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............. ................... ....
Number of Tractors on Farms................... ....................... 11
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES) YIELD | VALUE

Corn .................... ..... 968 12,270 Bushels 1$ 12,270
Oats ......................... 2 20 40
Potatoes, Irish .... ... 1 36 63
Potatoes, Sweet .-- 64 7,950 7,950
Sugar Cane Syrup .......... 47 9,080 Gallons 7,735
Sorghum Syrup ......... 9-
Field Peas ................... 331 580 Bushels 1,030
Soy Beans .........--......- 131 195 580
Hay, Field Pea............... 491 55 Tons 1,435
Hay, Native Grass.......- 12 18 "270
Hay, Natal Grass ...... ..... 25 15 300
Hay, Sorghum ........... 10 11 "235
Kaffir Corn ....................... 4 4 105
Peanuts ................----... 890 21,420 Bushels 21,420
Velvet Beans ....... 228 5,275 5,275
Onions ................................. 1 40 Crates 120
Cabbage ............. 1 30 30
Tomatoes ..........-- 1 100 "100
Egg Plants .......... -- 2 60 120
Watermelons ........ 128 48 Carloads 8,050
Cucumbers ........... .... 151 900 Crates 1,192
$ 65,228








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing! Crates Value
I Trees Trees |
Oranges ........... ... ........... ... 17,8961 29,7251 28,704$ 41,328
Lemons 1 3..............
L e m o n s ............ ......... ..... ... 1 1 30 ....... ...... 3 25-6- 3 2 5 6
Grapefruit .... ....... ... 3,048 2,010 3,40 3,256
F igs ...................... ... .............. 11 25 59
Bananas ........... 65 50 109
Peaches -----_. ....... 1241 313 556 1,027
Japan Persimmons .. ....... ............. 18 27 56
Pears .. ...... 421 1041 b125 418
Guavas ..... .... ............I 101 100 100
Pecans ..... .... .. .- .. ... 62 193 a2,455 721
G rapes ....... ... ....... ... ............... ............._ai a3,645 710
P lum s .................... 711.............. .............. ...
tBunches. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 47,784
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

| Number! Value
_______________________________ I____I I
H horses ............ ........ ...................... .... ...... ..... 196 $ 11,720
C olts .......... ................ ... ..... 171 410
M ules ......................... ...... ..................... .... .... 861 6,735
M ule Colts ..... .. .. .................... 7 325
A sses .................... ..............5 345
W ork Oxen .............. ......................... ... .. 1 100
Hogs ........................ .... J.. 3,009 12,793
Dairy Cattle ............ ......... ........ ....... 173 11,190
Stock Cattle ........................................ ... .. ...... 3,687 36,975
Sheep ..................... ........ ....... .......... ...... 30 60
G oats |.................... ... ............................... 605 615
Angora Goats .........- ....................... .......... 9, 225
$ 81,493
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number! Value
Holsteins ... ...... .. .................. .......... 4 $ 300
G uernseys ............ ................. ... 7 415
Jerseys ...................- .... .......... .... ..... 205 10,955
$ 11,670
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
INumber ValueI
i Number! Value
I I


Hogs Killed for Fork-
Milk (gallons) ..........
Butter ...................
Poultry ....................
Eggs (dozen) ...........
Honey (pounds) ....
Beeswax (pounds).....


..... ... .. ..- 1 4 $ 45
................. 45,343 21,759
-----..... .. 1,632 748
.. 20,505 23,403
..::::. ......:: : .. 59,637 18,310
... 5,440 711
..... ..-... 1751 102
$ 65.078








STATE OF FLORIDA 29

CLAY

Number of Acres in County........ ........ 381,165
Number of Acres in Farms............. ...... ................. ...... 24,710
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.. .......--........ 8,380
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber......................... 2,044
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ........................ 4,057
Value of Farm Machinery...................... ........... ....$ 19,918
Number of Gas Engines on Farms................................
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ...-.......... ......... 1
Number of Water Works on Farms...
Number of Radio on Farms...--.............-
Number of Tractors on Farms. .............. ....... 10
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Corn ...........-.. ----..---- 1,5511 23,228 Bushels I$ 23,365
Oats ............................ 9 290 145
Rice .................--.-------- 1 20 100
Potatoes, Irish --..... .. 764 86,420 148,461
Potatoes, Sweet .......... 180 17,850 17,993
Sugar Cane Syrup ......... 23 4,570 Gallons 4,570
Field Peas ............ ... 216 1,007 Bushels 3,268
Soy Beans .......... .. 15 ... ........
Hay, Field Pea ............ 197 164 Tons 3,240
Hay, Native Grass ........... 12 10 215
Peanuts .......- ....... 64 1,280 Bushels 3,120
Velvet Beans ................. 85 777 2,154
Velvet Bean Hay v...-.... 67- 140 Tons 980
Pepper .........-........ 4 500 Crates 800
Cabbage ......... ............. 7 488 972
Tomatoes .. ......... ... 2 300 600
English Peas ........... 1 40 90
Squash ........... ... ....... -1 300 300
Watermelons ................. 79 25 Carloads 2,075
Beans (string) .........-. 15 687 Crates 1,393
Beans (lima) .-..-..... ..I 6 170 410
Cucumbers .............. 1 1 400 400
Chufas .................. ...- 9 40 Bushels 270
$ 214,921
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees |
Oranges ......... ... --.. ....... 1,6121 1,795 2,870 $ 5,554
Grapefruit .....- ... ... 1231 85 127 367
Figs ............. ......---- .. ...... 439 721 806
Peaches ................. .. ... 161 888 5511 1,399
Japan Persimmons ....-. ..........-..... 6211 2081 489
Strawberries ................. ................. $4 x11,7001 1,460
Pears .................... ........ 1101 209 b1271 348
Pecans 1........... ... .. ... 10,2801 4,690 a16,103 5,152
Grapes .................. .... ........ .. a29,410 2,206
Plunms .............-...- ~~...... 1041 1691 57| 259


tAcres. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds.


$ 18,040









30 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses ................ ... ............... ..... ..... 140 $ 9,383
M ules ......... ............ ...................... ................. ..... 203 18,617
W ork Oxen ...... .... .................. .... 11 225
H ogs .................... .............. .... .-.......... 3,304 8,937
Dairy Cattle .......... ................. ....-... ...- .. 164 7,424
Stock Cattle -........................... ...... 2,950 27,836
Sheep .......-....... ......-..... ....-- .. ..... 544 2,185
G oats .......... ............ ........ ............. ..... 45 40
$ 74,647
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

Herefords ........ ------ .................. 2001$ 3,000
Holsteins ......... -- ....~. ......... ...... 121 605
Guernseys ........---.... ....... --...... ....... 20 440
Jerseys ........................................ . .... 111 5.520
$ 9,565
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number! Value

Cattle sold Living ...................... ............ 4881$ 6,012
Cattle Slaughtered -.. .............. .... ......... ....... 663| 9,216
Hogs killed for Pork ... .............. ..... .......... 2841 1,981
Hogs killed for Bacon............................. ........ 477 6,379
Hogs sold Alive ............. ......... -. .. ......- 1121 445
Sheep sold Alive........ ................. --..... 119| 476
Milk (gallons) ............ .................... .. 59,3801 36,019
Butter .............- .............. ..- ..|. 4,663 2,391
Poultry .............. .....................-- ..I 34,754 41,671
Eggs (dozen) ........................................ 101,141 65,435
Honey (pounds) ........... .................. ...... 1,869 417
$ 170,442

COLUMBIA
Number of Acres in County.................. .............. 538,925
Number of Acres in Farms ....................- .................. 147,209
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .......................... 69,989
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .......................... 17,753
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ................................. 420
Value of Farm Machinery ...................................... ....$ 31,151
Number of Gas Engines on Farms .............................. ............
Number of Electric Plants on Farms .......................... 3
Number of Water Works on Farms ........................... 3
Number of Radio on Farms ..................... ...................
Number of Tractors on Farms .................................. 3







STATE OF FLORIDA 31

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD I VALUE
__ I I
Cotton, Upland ...... .......... 4,007 907 Bales 1$ 55,380
Cotton, Sea Island ......... 18 4 500
Corn .......................--- .....I. 15,969 179,331 Bushels 179,331
Oats .......................-...... ...i. 74 785 785
Rice ................... ....-- .... 4 75 115
Potatoes, Sweet .................. 156 12,010 12,010
Sugar Cane Syrup .....-......|. 116 16,313 Gallons 13,202
Sorghum Syrup ............. 4 635 525
Field Peas ...................---. 161 155 Bushels 310
Hay, Native Grass ...... 19i 11 Tons 110
Hay, Natal Grass ... ...... 2 1 10
Peanuts ...................-... 9,401 102,184 Bushels 103,329
Rye .................. -.---- ---- 50 50
Tobacco (open) -..........- 34 137,500 Pounds 10,960
Velvet Beans ................... 532 5,715 Bushels 10,360
Velvet Bean Hay ......... 5 3 Tons 60
Cabbage ............................ 1 20 Crates 80
Watermelons ...................... 122 43 Carloads 7,034
Beans (string) ................. 3 65 Crates 275
Cucumbers .............-- ..... ..- 1 40 "80
$ 394,506
FRUITS AND NUTS
i Non- I 1
Bearing Bearing| Crates | Value
Trees Trees I
Oranges ............. -- ...- ..- 734 1,1561 1,448$ 4,702
Grapefruit .............. .... 17 38 311 178
Figs .............................. ............... 744 7401 1,937
Bananas .............-.----..... -.. ... -.......-- 84 t581 176
Peaches .......... ......... ........ 942 3,949 4,3571 10,053
Japan Persimmons ........................... 213 69 982
Pears ................................... 307 5521 b626 2,935
Sugar Apples ........................................ 6 101 30
Pecans .................................. 10,946 9,195 a190,563 114,339
Grapes ................................. ............... a43,277 4,587
Plums ................................... 5641 1,1031 9861 2,754
tBunches. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 142,673
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927


I

H horses ................ ...----- ..----- --......-------------------
Colts .... .. .............. ..................... .... .......
M ules ...................... ..... ........ ... .............
M ule Colts .......................................... ..........
A sses .................... ........... ............ . ..
Work Oxen ................--......-..------..--..-..--------
Hogsy ...... ..... ~~.. ... .............-...-..
Dairy Cattle .........-...-- ...-- ..- ........----------------
Stock Cattle ................- .........................-....
S h eep ............................ ... ........ ............. .. ..
Goats ............ ..... ........ .. ... .... ..... .-.. --...-. --


I
Number| Value

541$ 41,880
13 945
1,346 120,715
231 1,825
61 225
181 890
23,9091 188,078
1,0751 75,261
9,9791 77,243
141 39
1,6741 1,660
$ 508,761








32 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)


SNumber Value
I Number Value


Herefords .................... ................ 16$ 305
Devons .........-----.. ....... ........... 21 50
Holsteins ............ ............. .. ...... 23 1,215
Guernseys ................. ................. .... .... .... 281 750
Jerseys ..................................................... 6181 18,215
$ 20,535
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number Value
Cattle sold Living ...................... ................ 1,580j$ 9,088
Cattle Slaughtered ......- ........... ...........- ..... 2,1041 35,417
Hogs killed for Pork ............................................ 1,7261 18,434
Hogs killed for Bacon -................. ... 5,6871 67,176
Hogs sold Alive ...-...... ................. ....... 3,6651 40,246
Sheep sold for Mutton ......................-...... ...-..- 21 17
M ilk (gallons) .................................. ...... 87,119 43,300
Butter .............--...... -........... 10,564 5,202
Poultry ............ ........... .... .......---- 106,2901 72,162
Eggs (dozen) -.......................... 274,8131 54,132
Honey (pounds) ........................... 28,9001 1,092
Beeswax (pounds)... ............................ .......... 401 10
$ 346,276

DESOTO
Num ber of Acres in County......................... ............ ... 381,578
Number of Acres in Farms...........---...................... 26,410
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation........................ 4,731
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ............... 4,445
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture-............................ 1,323
Value of Farm M achinery......................... ................ $111,468
Number of Gas Engines on Farms...................... .......... 21
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............................. 14
Number of Water Works on Farms............. ............... 7
Number of Radio on Farms.............. ..... ...- ............. 7
Number of Tractors on Farms.......................... ........... 50
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Corn .............................. 482 5,275 Bushels $ 8,410
R ice ................ ................ 22 ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ............. 157 4,664 9,329
Potatoes, Sweet ....---....... 99 5,100 13,500
Sugar Cane Syrup............ 8 200 Gallons 350
Field Peas ..................... 393 90 Bushels 938
Hay, Field Pea................. 66 41 Tons 730
Hay, Native Grass............. 85 49 965
Hay, Natal Grass.............. 22 10 "240
Hay, Para Grass................. 10 10 "200
Velvet Beans ...... ........... 17 ..... ....... "








STATE OF FLORIDA


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Velvet Bean Hay ..-...-... 30 25 Tons 550
Pepper ......-....--...- ...... 6 330 Crates 430
Cabbage ......-. ~.- ...--. .. 1 50 50
Tomatoes ..--.. --...... 13 412 705
B eets ....................... ....... ..... ..... 10 15
Squash ........ ........ ......... 3 200 190
Watermelons ................ 49 4 Carloads 600
Beans (string) .............. 1 980 Crates 1,800
Beans (lima) ......... ......... 21 50 250
Cucumbers .-..- ....... 151 250 540
$ 218,110
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I I
Bearing IBearing Crates Value
Trees Trees |
Oranges .................. ............ 17,8811 241,870 211,3431$ 216,906
Lem ons ......................- ........I 2801 913 100 100
Grapefruit .......... ....... ...... 8,009 40,792 44,393 40,105
Lim es ................-.. ....... ........... ... 12 15 45
F igs -. .........-. .......- ...... ..... 3 -..----- ....-........
Bananas ............................................... 10,425 t582 2,860
Peaches .................................. 1,030 658 720 2,160
M angoes ........ -..... ......6..... ......-.....- 6 20 26
Japan Persimmons ...... ............. ... 252 45 190
Avocado Pears ....... ...... ................... 11............... 15
Strawberries ....-...-.... ...... .........- $2 x7001 135
Guavas ................... .. ...... .......---- I 445| 90! 185
Pecans ...............----- ...- .....I 40 ...- .....................- ..]..
Grapes ...............-. .................. ... ...... ..... a827 115
Plums .....................-- ...... 301 52( 251 56
aBunches. $Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. $ 262,898

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

] Number| Value

Horses ............. ........... ...... .-. .. 3101$ 27,550
Colts .........-.... -.......... .. 181 2,090
Mules ... ......-- ...... .--- .- 2701 39,190
Mule Colts ..- .......... 81 1,100
H ogs ... .............. ... ....... ............ 1,1040 8,835
Dairy Cattle ......... ... . ........ ............ 473 37,315
Stock Cattle ..... ... ................. .... 10,345 101,005
Sheep ................. -- ............ ....... 205 1,015
G oats ..... ...... .. ..--.... ... ...........---- --- ......--- 31 10
$ 218,110


2-Agri. Stat.









34 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I Number Value
I I
Herefords ......-- ...-- ....----- .... ........... 39 $ 3,000
Holsteins --- -.......--... .- ----............ 3 325
Guernseys .. ........................... 87 4,300
Jerseys .............. ---.--_--- --- -_. 5 275
$ 7,900
HMSCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
SNumberi Value
I_ I
Cattle sold Living ............... .. ..------- .. .....- 3 $ 130
Cattle Slaughtered ................... --............---- 81 1,029
Hogs killed for Pork.............. .. .......... 104 827
Hogs killed for Bacon................... .... ..... ..... 3 120
Hogs sold Alive.............. ........ .................. 181 131
Sheep sold Alive ............................... ... ...... 7 105
Sheep sold for Mutton............. ....... ... 15 200
M ilk (gallons) ........................... 39,374 32,052
Butter ....... ............. .. .. ..... 8,320 4,463
Poultry ........... ............---.....- .......... 48,454 59,769
Eggs (dozen) ... ...................... ..... .. .... 59,769 31,536
Honey (pounds) .......... ...-..-....- 300 150
Beeswax (pounds) ........................................ 60 18
$ 130,530

DIXIE
Number of Acres in County........................... ....-. 456,530
Number of Acres in Farms ............. .......--- ...... 8,890
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ..................-......... 1,941
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ..................... ...........
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ............................... 1,539
FTELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Sea Island ............ 19 1 Bale j$ 125
Corn ......... ---- .------ -- ........ 1,472 10,794 Bushels 10,744
Oats .............------ ------- ...... 20 200 200
Potatoes, Irish ................ 12 50 50
Potatoes, Sweet ............. 47 4,580 4,580
Sugar Cane Syrup .......... 34 3,530 Gallons 3,530
Sorghum Syrup ................. 11 100 100
Field Peas ........ ............ 35 345 Bushels 345
Hay, Field Pea .................. 123 112 Tons 2,080
Hay, Native Grass ........... 41 3 72
Hay, Millet ........... ............ 10 40 400
Hay, Natal Grass .......... 6 8 140
Kaffir Corn ............ -.-- I 2 2 40
Japanese Cane ... ........| 21 12 65
Cassava .. ....---......- ..--- .....---- 25! 25 250
Peanuts ...... .... ................... 1,0751 2,442 Bushels 2,642
Velvet Beans ............... 108 1,080 2,060
Velvet Bean Hay .............. 20 20 Tons 400
$ 27,823









STATE OF FLORIDA


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- i
Bearing Bearing I Crates I Value
STrees I Trees |
Oranges ................................... 3961 2851 z651$ 741
F igs ................ ...... ........... ........... 31 51 15
Bananas .................... ........................ 21 t8 2
Peaches ........ ......... ... 499 4281 2441 314
Pears .............. .......... ........... 20 951 b300j 184
Sugar Apples .....-...... ... .. ..... --..... 12| 4 10
Pecans .......... .......... .. 194 1811 a4,7301 996
Grapes ......... .......... ........... ........ ..... .. al,4961 152
Plum s ............. .... ................. I 157! 2351 116i 199
tBunches. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 2,613

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

INumberl Value
I I
Horses .................- ............... 1681$ 20,260
Colts ........... ..- ............. ............-.... ---- -...... 11 25
M ules ............. ........................... 4171 11,600
W ork O xen ................. ...............................- ........ 141 354
H ogs ...................... ............................ 9,4001 90,005
Dairy Cattle ................. .................. 167! 7,180
Stock Cattle .. ...... ........... 2,6511 31,220
G oats .............................. .... -..... ..- ...- I 651 65
$ 160,709
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
None Reported.

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number Value

Cattle sold Living ................... ..- .......-....-- 20 $ 200
Cattle Slaughtered ...... .............. .................. 52! 124
H ogs killed for Pork ................................. ......... 521 520
Hogs killed for Bacon ........................................ 1911 2,840
H ogs sold Alive ---.. ...... ............. ------------- 961 288
M ilk (gallons) ........ ....................... ............. 14,375! 5,415
Butter ............... ---...................... .... ..... ...... 2,425 1,056
Poultry ........................................ .... 17,511! 16,048
Eggs (dozen) .............-.. .... ........... ---- -- 15,987 4,957
Wool (pounds) ..--..---..-----..................------- 170 34
Honey (pounds) ..--- ..-- ................-----------......... 500 90
Beeswax (pounds) ............................... .. 1001 24
$ 31,596


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36 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


DUVAL

Number of Acres in County........................ ...... --- 400,534
Number of Acres in Farms.................................... -- --- 91,725
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................. 3,930
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber........................ 4,023
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .............................. 9,458
Value of Farm M achinery........................ ........................ .. 24,188
Number of Gas Engines on Farms................................. 5
Number of Electric Plants on Farms...........................- 8
Number of Water Works on Farms................................ 26
Number of Radio on Farms.............-..- ................ 61
Number of Tractors on Farms. .......................... 3


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP ACRES YIELD


Cotton, Sea Island.......
Corn .........-.......
Oats ...........--- ---
Rice ...............----
Potatoes, Irish ........
Potatoes, Sweet .........
Sugar Cane Syrup.......
Sorghum Syrup ............
Field Peas .........-
Soy Beans ...............
Hay, Field Pea -.........- .
Hay, Native Grass ......--
Hay, Millet .......-.....
Hay, Natal Grass..-......
Hay, Sorghum ...........
Japanese Cane ..........
Peanuts .............-- .....
Velvet Beans ..............
Velvet Bean Hay..........
Onions ..........----..
Lettuce ........ ... --.....
Celery .........
Pepper .............--------
Cabbage .............-
Tomatoes ......---....
English Peas ..............
Beets ..........--.
Squash ...................... .
Egg Plants .....--........
Dasheens ................
Watermelons ..........
Cantaloupes .............
Beans (string) ...........
Beans (lima) ...........
Cucumbers ..............
O kra .............. ... ........
Cauliflower ....-....


*1


5
1,954

2
960
593
280
15
285
3
209
601
16
1
35
2
9
59
17
21
14
1
14
113
19
3
7
191
6
3
19
2
32
8
21
3
5


3 Bales
49,266 Bushels
1,035 "
20 "
5,545
36,274
18,140 Gallons
660 "
8,523 Bushels
70 "
287 Tons
58
58

188
11
485 Bushels
1,170 "
34 Tons
1,215 Crates
1,275
25
1,110
7,120
1,247
175
340
1,125
300
150
17 Carloads
90 Crates
1,207
294
600
175
400


VALUE

$ 375
52,699
1,095
60
9,110
48,190
25,050
855
12,930
75
5,675
880
645
50
2,100
200
700
1,575
275
2,615
2,850
50
2,300
14,175
2,770
175
650
2,250
600
150
1,410
100
2,305
766
618
300
1,000
$ 197,623


i


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STATE OF FLORIDA 37

FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges .................... ............ 13,8971 12,562 23,7971$ 109,243
Lemons .................... ......... 23 6 5 75
Grapefruit ............ ................. 2071 597 1,121 3,838
Limes ............... ........ ........ ....... 41 42 107
Figs ............ .....- ..- ........ ......... 8,979 7,151 21,183
Bananas .............. ................... ........... 1,001 t801 982
Peaches .................. .............. 9351 1,996 1,940 7,675
M angoes ............................. .. ..... 2 1 3
Japan Persimmons ............................. 5,197 4,088 16,409
Strawberries ....................... ......... $10 x14,700 3,815
Pears ............... ............... 1,833 1,925 b1,223 5,739
Guavas ........... ............. .......-... 34 34 63
Sugar Apples ............................ .... --.. 21 14 38
Pecans ..................... ......... 6,9641 16,415 a146,192 68,124
Grapes ................--- ... ... ........ ....... ....... a104,590 18,550
Plum s ....................................... 2,5311 4,531 4,438 21,402
tBunches. $Acres. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 277,246

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

I Number| Value
I I
Horses ................ ...... .. ................ 1,186 94,994
C olts ....................................................................... 14 1,135
M ules .-........................ . ..... ....... 836 97,180
M ule Colts ...................................................... 12 1,120
A sses ................... .. ...... ..................... 6 266
W ork Oxen ............................... ... ......... .... .. 23 930
Hogs ....... ...................... ...... 5,248 41,824
Dairy Cattle ................ .............. .................. 6,686 477,414
Stock Cattle .................................................. 3,810 48,356
Sheep .......... .......-- ................-...--- ....... 221 676
G oats ........................................... ................. 322 795
Angora Goats ............................ ...............108 555
$ 765,245
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

H erefords ..- -................ .......... _. ---- -- 21 $ 420
Shorthorns ............ ........... .. ... 59 1,745
D evons .................................. .. ................ 26 1,760
Holsteins ................... ...................... 203 8,600
Guernseys ......................... ....... 169 5,823
Jerseys . .......... .............. .... ............ 1,483 46,381
Aberdeen Angus ................................... ... 6 210
$ 64,939










38 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumberd Value

Cattle sold Alive ..........-............ ...... 2 $ 750
Cattle Slaughtered -...................- ..........- 4 70
Hogs killed for Pork ............................... 5 100
Hogs killed for Bacon ............. ........ 43 295
Hogs sold Alive -.. .........-............... 47 675
Milk (gallons) .............................. .... 2,622,356 1,045,162
Butter .................. ............ .... .......... 1,800 810
Poultry .................... ................ ... 452,991 402,131
Eggs (dozen) ......................-......... 1,935,116 789,346
Honey (pounds) ...................... ....... ...... 3,2031 1,083
Beeswax (pounds) ............ ... ...- .....- ..... 10 6
Ornamental Nursery Plants.........-................... 10,000 10,000
$2,250,428

ESCAMBIA

Number of Acres in County ..... --............-... ... ....--- 425,526
Number of Acres in Farms .....-......... ...... .. .............. 27,419
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .......................... 15,372
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ...........................- 8,558
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ............................ 991
Value of Farm Machinery ................ .................$ 73,754
Number of Gas Engines on Farms -...........---..... ........ 53
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ..................... ..-... 19
Number of Water Works on Farms ........................... 30
Number of Radio on Farms ..................... ............. 2-
Number of Tractors on Farms .................... ..... 29
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland ............. 3,178 1,298 Bales 1$ 64,900
Corn ........................ .. ...... 7,454 121,787 Bushels 123,581
Oats .............. ................ 15 75 40
Rice ..............................-- 4 90 85
Potatoes, Irish ...........| 5891 44,383 81,627
Potatoes. Sweet ........... 542 61,422 30,811
Sugar Cane Syrup ......... 208 38,427 30,080
Field Peas ..........- ..... ...| 66 762 1,340
Soy Beans ...........- ---.. ---. | 21 266 925
Hay, Field Pea ............ 206 209 Tons 5,170
Hay, Native Grass .......... 321 316 5,295
Hay, Millet ......... ............ 17 15 400
Hay, Sorghum ............. 1 3 40
Peanuts ........................... 433 1,360 Bushels 1,590
Rye ............-........ ......... 4 40 40
Velvet Beans ................ 1,325 5,000 5,000
Velvet Bean Hay ......... 6 5 Tons 105
Onions .................-- .....- 1 -.... --- ..---. Crates 300
Cabbage ...........--. ---. 4 ........ .. 450
Tomatoes ........... ------... 2 150 500







STATE OF FLORIDA 39

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES I YIELD VALUE
__ I_
English Peas ..................... 121 700 1,550
Watermelons -.........-........! 321 7 Carloads 4,280
Cantaloupes ........-...-.------I 2i 150 Crates 350
Beans (string) ................ 91 360 529
Cucumbers .........-------------- 71 470 407
$ 359,395
FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon- I
IBearing Bearing Crates I Value
Trees I Trees i I
Oranges ..............--.. ...-.- ... 71,8851 15,0781 3,1071$ 8,978
Lem ons ................-.------- ---------I ..-- ... ........-....... ..---- -
Grapefruit ........... .... -------I 1471 241 221 66
Lim es ......... ........11 ...... .................... .... ....
Figs ................... .... ... ...... .. 2,7051 3,5631 8,116
Peaches .................................. 6,9151 4,3981 2691 662
Japan Persimmons ...................... 1,9531 9871 1,956
Strawberries .................. .......... I t91 x4,0001 800
Pears .......... .... ............... 8,8971 2.2811 b2,0631 4,513
Pecans .................... ............ 11,1971 16,6241 all,0201 2,340
Grapes ............................ ... .....- ------ I a138,845 11,834
Plums ...-................................. 5461 811 393 834
SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds. bBarrels. $ 40,099
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
| Number Value

Horses ............. ----.... ------ .....-- ........... 7421$ 44,065
Colts .......---..--...... -- ..........181 395
Mules ..........--.. ----------------- -- 758 79,585
Mule Colts ................---. -- ---..------ 5 410
Asses ................------ ..... --.... -. ---- ..- 4 70
Work Oxen ............----...-.- ...............----- ... 41 1,105
Hogs -............. .......-....-....... ....-..-.- ..- 7,5701 31,973
Dairy Cattle ......-........-----....... .............--- 2,2041 108,755
Stock Cattle ............... ........... ........-... 5,903 81,935
Sheep .............. .............---....--.......-- 3,999 15,770
Goats ... ...-...........----- .... ..-----..... 3,099 1,579
Angora Goats ................- ----.--...... ---- 41 10
$ 365,652
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
Number Value

Herefords --.....- ..-..-................ . 3$ 125
Shorthorns ............ ... ---.. -- ---...........------- 31 150
Holsteins .................-- 791 4,200
Guernseys ............. ... .-- ..------ ...- - .-- 61 335
Jerseys 8........................................ --- -...... 1,948| 90,840
Aberdeen Angus 1............ 1 50
$ 95,700









40 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES


INumber1 Value


Cattle exported Alive ................ ....-----.......
Cattle sold Alive .......................... .... ....... ..
Cattle Slaughtered ..... .......... .........
Hogs killed for Pork .................... ....................
H ogs sold Alive ................ ........ ......... .........
Sheep sold Alive ...................... ... .. .. ....-
M ilk (gallons) .................. ....... .... ........ ...
Butter ............... .....................- ....
C cheese .................. ....... ........ ............. .....
Poultry ......... ........ ........... .. .............
Eggs (dozen) ..... .........- .. .............
W ool (pounds) ....... .................... ...
Honey (pounds) ........................ .. ..... .. .. ..
Beeswax (pounds) ..................... ..- ........... ..


1501$
7271
22
4,4421
8351
81
884,6501
111,889
3,000
79,142
261,2781
12,4051
5,5001
2801


2,136
14,092
340
63,909
6,005
36
362,367
54,242
600
71,347
70,761
3,585
2,563
110
652,093


FLAGLER

Number of Acres in County...........--........................ 332,453
Number of Acres in Farms.........-- .......-................. 7,746
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation..................... .4,201
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber........................ 25
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture............................ 637
Value of Farm Machinery ..... .................. .................... $ 42,545
Number of Gas Engines on Farms.................................. ... 19
Number of Electric Plants on Farms.................... ......... .11
Number of Water Works on Farms................................ 5
Number of Radio on Farms.... ............................... 8
Number of Tractors on Farms...............- ........................ 33

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


ACRES YIELD VALUE


C orn .....................................
Rice .............................
Potatoes, Irish ...........--....
Potatoes, Sweet ...........
Sugar Cane Syrup.........
Sorghum Syrup ...............
Field Peas ........................
Hay, Field Pea....................
Hay, Native Grass.............
Velvet Bean Hay...............
Cabbage ..............................
Tomatoes ........ ............
English Peas ................
Watermelons ........-..........
Beans (string) ............


966
91
2,937
83
3
41
12
499
111
2
94
2
2
5
251


14,939 Bushels
12,750
278,914
5,850
500 Gallons
150 "
100 Bushels
491 Tons
84
2 "
9,175 Crates
175
100
2 Carloads
740 Crates


$ 14,809
18,375
454,862
8,070
500
150
200
7,108
1,195
40
10,375
175
250
150
1,655
$ 517,914









STATE OF FLORIDA 41

FRUITS AND NUTS


Non-
Bearing Bearing
ITrees ITrees


Crates Value


Oranges ::::::.............::::::: .... ::: 10,280 12,350 12,798 $ 31,915
Lemons ---. |..... 5 2 4 8
Grapefruit ............................... 362 796 990 1,880
F igs ........................ .............. 12 1 1 2
Bananas ........................ ..... ......... . |. 58 1 10
Peaches ....................--- .-.... 6 30 11 22
Japan Persimmons ..............-- 95 34 78
Pears ....................... ... .- 22 5 3 5
G uavas ...... ............. .............. ..... 43 1 2
Pecans .........................224 65 a302 132
G rapes .......................... ........... --... ----.. a500 50
P lum s .............................. .. ... .. ....... .... 2- -1 2
tBunches, aPounds. $ 34,106
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I I
SNumberl Value

H orses .............. ..... ......... 531$ 3,935
M ules ............................2------ ....... . 19 23,660
M ule Colts .......... ...... ...-........ ..--- . . 5 550
Asses .................... ......... . ..... ......... - 1 25
Hogs ......... ........ ---- --.........--..... .--- 886 3,206
Dairy Cattle .........-....--...--...-. ...........---- -- 896 57,015
Stock Cattle ...............---- ..- ............ 6851 7,060
Sheep .........................- ..... ...- ..-..... .. 298 1,000
G oats ..................................................................... 100 200
$ 96,651
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumber| Value

Holsteins ...--...........--.. --- --... -- -- 33 $ 3,650
Guernseys -........................................... ..- 20 2,000
Jerseys ...... .... 3651 31,520


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number| Value
I I
Cattle sold Alive............---.---- ...--- -- ---------- 35$ 3,230
Cattle Slaughtered ...----------- -------- ..... 54 1,330
Hogs killed for Pork .....................- I 109 1,804
Hogs sold Alive .......-...--------.. ............ 751 900
M ilk (gallons) ........................................ 243,0701 105,345
Butter ............................... 217 162
Poultry .................................- ........- - ... I 16,172 16,847
Eggs (dozen) .........-...- ----------.-.....- -- 44,619 15,801
Honey (pounds) .......-------..............-- I 320 95
$ 145,514


$ 37,10U








42 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS



FRANKLIN

Number Acres in County...................... .... ..... .................. 364,429
Number of Acres in Farms ................ ....... ............. ... 338,754
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ........................ 22
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ......................... 160,405
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ......................... 20

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

I I i
CROP ACRES t YIELD I VALUE
I I
Corn .............................. [.. [ 131 385 Bushels f$ 760
Potatoes, Sweet ................] 3 450 450
Sorghum Syrup .........-..- 6 1,700 Gallons 1,900
$ 3,110

FRUITS AND NUTS

Non-I
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees | Trees I
O ranges -..-...- ....... .....4................|-- .-.------- ...
4Oranges.......................451 4.........................
Figs .................- .... ....... .............. 894 1,783$ 5,329
Peaches ......................... 792 209 n435 968
Strawberries .........- .....- .... ................ $2 x640 160
Pears ...................-...........- 214 501 b80 186
Pecans ................... ........ ..... 421 116 a7,9101 2,535
G rapes .............. .......... .... ................ ................ a8,870 889
Plum s ....................... 7........... 731 39.... ...... .........
$Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 10,067

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberi Value

H orses ................. ......... .. ................... 261$ 1,975
M ules ............... .... ... ........ .... ................. 331 3,250
H ogs ...... ...... ... ...................... -...... 2961 1,480
Sheep ........................... ........ ...............--- 123[ 265
Dairy Cattle ................................ .............. 158 10,950
Stock Cattle ..........----. ..- ............... ..... .... 761 7,610
Goats ---.--------.... .... .......-............... 16| 20
$ 25,550
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberi Value
I I
H ereford ................. ----. .... ..... ....I. 11$ 50








STATE OF FLORIDA 43

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
I Number[ Value

Milk (gallons) ..-----------.---------------- 48,5001$ 24,560
Poultry ...................-- -...---.... ----- ..-.. 22,198 18,061
Eggs (dozen) ................------ .. -..----. ....--- 68,7901 34,389
Honey (pounds) ...... ... ........ ... ... 413,000 41,300
Beeswax (pounds)........................ .. .------... 1,1101 444
$ 118,754

GADSDEN

Number of Acres in County-...........---------.......- -334,744
Number of Acres in Farms............................ ........ .... 135,650
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................. 43,555
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber..................... ..35,862
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture............................. 2,843
Value of Farm Machinery..........- ....------- .......... ........ $149,595
Number of Gas Engines on Farms --.....................----.. 88
Number of Electric Plants on Farms-- -----.................. --- 31
Number of Water Works on Farms................................ 69
Number of Radio on Farms............... ..... ..................... 15
Number of Tractors on Farms............................. .... ..... 15

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


Cotton, Upland .......-------
Corn ........--..------------------------
Oats ............---------------
Rice ---...........-- .........------ --
Potatoes, Irish -......-....
Potatoes, Sweet .........
Sugar Cane Syrup ........-
Field Peas .....-........------
Soy Beans ......--
Field Pea Hay.....
Native Grass Hay .......
Millet Hay .............. ...
Sorghum Hay ........
Peanuts ....-----
Rye --........-...-------.- -
Tobacco (shade) ...
Tobacco (open) --..
Velvet Beans ...........-----
Velvet Bean Hay....
Lettuce ..........----------------
Pepper ............-- .-----------
Cabbage ....-........---- .------..
Tomatoes ............----------
English Peas ...............-
Squash ..................-----..-----..
Watermelons .......---------
Cantaloupes ......-----..----
Beans (string) .-.....---.


ACRES


YIELD VALUE


131 50 Bales
27,301 486,887 Bushels
675 11,229
3 27
8 270 "
1,4931 102,216
8051 228,490 Gallons
193 936 Bushels
36 400 "
2,142 1,605 Tons
790 415 "
6 5
29 25
6,468 125,237 Bushels
23 230
1,559 1,729,308 Pounds
843 697,257 "
930 13,918 Bushels
44 75 Tons
4 325 Crates
8 970 "
16 1,311
8 565
2 125 "
51 4,975
9 7 Carloads
1 30 Crates
341 26,735 "


$ 3,000
486,887
11,229
27
875
102,216
93,141
3,126
1,320
37,913
8,030
130
550
125,237
230
854,975
132,323
13,953
658
850
1,040
2,075
1,090
250
4,502
783
36
46,609


I








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Beans (lima) ...................... 21 84 175
Cucumbers ..................... 8 898 1,000
Chufas ................... ....... 138 1,380 Bushels 1,395
Okra ................................ 100 Crates 125
Carrots .......... ................... 5 60 125
$1,935,875
FRUITS AND NUTS

Non- I
Bearing I Bearing Crates Value
Trees I Trees
Oranges ............................ 1,073 69 103 $ 270
Grapefruit ......... .... ........... 20 ...... ............ .. ...
Figs .............................. ....... ............. 123 257 287
Peaches ................................ 9,9701 4,371 n2,289 5,250
Japan Persimmons .................... 11 15 25
Strawberries ...... .......-- ........... ..... I T1 *150 30
Pears .................................. 3731 123 bl08 323

Pecans .[..-. ------ 1,599 14,307 a88,774 18,979
Sugar Apples ........ ... ........... 24 ..............-.................. - -

G rapes ............... ............... .............. ..... ...... a3,975 239
Plum s ..................................... 338 19 130 270
B lueberries .............................. 800 .............. ... .......... .........
nBushels. *Quarts. $Acres. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 25,673

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number[ Value

H orses 7........................... ...... ........ ..... ........ 7401$ 73,840
C olts ........................ ................................. 191 1,195
M ules ............................... -- ................. ....... 1,500 184,300
M ule Colts ............. ...... ... .... .............. .. 11 40
Asses ...- ...............- ................... ....... 2 75
W ork Oxen .................. .... .................. .... 69 2,945
H ogs ::.... ::::: ::.............. ............................. 17,4221 55,713
Dairy Cattle ................... ............................ 1,516 54,837
Stock Cattle ...............-.. ..- ..- ......................... 2,280 25,643
Goats ............................ .. ............. ............ 291 292
$ 398,880
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberl Value
I I


H erefor s ..... .. ............
Shorthorn .....................
Holsteins ......... ........
Jerseys ......... ..............
Aberdeen Angus ...............


........I 150 $ 1,800
S. 1 50
22 1,710
9291 34,325
........I 53| 1,590
$ 39,475


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








STATE OF FLORIDA


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Numberi Value

Cattle Exported ....... ..... ........... ..... ......... 28 $ 700
Cattle sold Alive .... .......................... ..... 1,243 29,238
Cattle Slaughtered ................... ... .. .......... 389 6,739
Hogs sold as Pork.......... ....... .... ....... ...... 2,445 18,205
Hogs sold as Bacon ................ ...... ........ 8,144 84,403
Hogs sold Alive .................. ........ .... . 3,3881 34,417
Milk (gallons) -... ..-- .... ............. ----- .. 190,7551 52,909
Butter (pounds) ..-...........-- ..... 5,1591 2,535
Poultry ........--...... .............. ...... .............. 63,7991 50,495
Eggs (dozen) .. .................... ... ..-... ..... 233,9991 58,997
W ool (pounds) ...... .. ........ .. ... 3561 148
H oney (pounds) ................................. ..... 2,225 500
Beeswax (pounds) ... .......... .... ....... 501 11
$ 339,297


GILCHRIST

Number of Acres in County.......... ........... ............... 222,122
Number of Acres in Farms ................... .................. 19,925
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................. 9,601
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ......................... 55
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .................................. 370
Value of Farm Machinery ................................. $ 7,985
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ----...................---.
Number of Gas Engines on Farms -..-......-....................-. 325
Number of Water Works on Farms ................................. 1,010
Number of Radio on Farms ............ ...... ... ........ ..... 125

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP i ACRES I YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland .... ....... 261 5 Bales I$ 310
Corn -.....................----..... I 3,3211 32,930 Bushels 33,145
Oats ................. ........ ....- 101 60 120
Potatoes, Sweet --............1. 43 4,100 5,645
Sugar Cane Syrup ............. 45 7,625 Gallons 7,935
Field Peas .....- .......... 25 630 Bushels 830
Field Pea Hay -..... ...... 26 26 Tons 765
Peanuts ............. .......... 3,244 75,840 Bushels 110,975
Tobacco (shade) -......- 6 1,500 Pounds 190
Velvet Beans .....-......-- 434 9,600 Bushels 10,345
Velvet Bean Hay ........ 56 55 Tons 1,650
Egg Plants .................. 5 500 Crates 1,000
Watermelons ..................... 561 143 Carloads 21,195
Beans (string) ............... 2 150 Crates 60
Cucumbers .......... ........... 13 460 1,150
Chufas .............................[ 721 960 Bushels 3,515
$ 198,830








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees I Trees
Oranges ...... .......... ............... 61 291 171$ 20
F igs ............... .. -.. ........ ....................... 6 12 40
Peaches ................ .............. 55 573 n755 1,794
Pears ..............- ... ... .......... 4 201 bl8j 31
Pecans ............. ........ .......... 131 3661 a7,5151 1,854
Grapes ........ ... -. ... .... ... .... ........ ---- ..-......... al601 29
Plum s ..........-....-.. .................... 31 151 201 45
aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 3,81a

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberl Value
H horses ................. -- ....... ..........---- ...... 123 $ 9,860
M ules ....... --.~..----.-..- ..... ... ....-.... 1561 14,105
M ule Colts ............... -......... -.... ..--- ..... 21 100
H ogs .. ......... ---- .... .......................... .- .... ...... 5,7951 18,169
Sh eep .............. .... ........................ ... ... ....... 161 20
Dairy Cattle .............................- ...... ........... 2181 4,810
Stock Cattle .......................................... ............. 2,5631 27,300
G oats .................. .... .. ... ......... .... ..... .... ..... I 1211 107
$ 74,471
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
None Reported.

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number! Value

Cattle sold Alive .....................- .............-- 4121$ 5,489
Cattle Slaughtered ......--------. ....-----....-....I 261 315
Hogs sold for Pork .................-........--- -.--. 54 450
Hogs sold for Bacon .......................... 1,402 21,206
H ogs sold Alive .................... ............. ........ 1,0461 8,449
Milk (gallons) ......... ................................. 26,2001 11,912
Butter (pounds) .. ...... ................ ... I 2,7001 1,053
Poultry ............ - --. .. .............. ..... I 9,6031 6,773
Eggs (dozen) ---.................................. .... 56,2401 15,848
Honey (pounds) ............................ ..-. 600) 60
$ 71,555







STATE OF FLORIDA 47

GULF

Number of Acres in County.......................... ........ ........... 349,976
Number of Acres in Farms ...................................... 325,672
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ... ....................... 2,333
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ....................... 105,956
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ............................... 56
Value of Farm Machinery ..............--- ........................ .$ 400
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD I VALUE

Corn .................................... 485 9,740 Bushels $ 9,740
Oats ................................... 11 400 200
Potatoes, Sweet ................ 46 3,450 Bushels 1,855
Sugar Cane Syrup ............ 21 2,200 Gallons 1,140
Field Peas .................-........ 381 755 Bushels 815
Field Pea Hay .....--...-.....- 36 48 Tons 745
Native Grass Hay .............. 763 379 5,010
Peanuts ................- 58 1,045 Bushels 2,050
Velvet Beans .................. 62 1,395 Bushels 780
Cabbage ......... .................. 2 100 Crates 250
W atermelons ................ 2 ........ ..... Carloads 90
$ 22,675
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
Bearing IBearing Crates I Value
Trees Trees |
Oranges .............--. ...----.- 3,1071 3,5871 6,1931$ 16,517
Grapefruit ..............--..----- ..-- ...- 2 7 141 51
Figs ........................ ..--- ......... 171 362 768
Peaches ................................... 1821 4831 n972 1,488
Japan Persimmons ............. .............. 34 62 127
Pears ................. .............. 13 1241 b881 219
Pecans .............-.....-..........- 6,645 766 a31,730 9,110
Grapes ..... ....----------- ------- ....------ -.--- --- a8,3101 811
Plums ................................ 373 511 701 114
aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 39,205
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I I
I Number Value

Horses ................ ..... .. .....--.--- ..- .--- 112 $ 11,950
Colts .................... ...--------- -------------- I 11 525
Mules .................-----------..... .... ----.... ....- 2691 41,560
W ork Oxen ................. ............ .......... ...- 4291 18,590
Hogs .... ............................................ 3,8861 14,668
Sheep ....................... ........ ............. .............. 132 400
Dairy Cattle .......... ............... ..... ........... .....- 127 5,525
Stock Cattle ..................... .... ........................... 3,0341 33,010
G oats ..................................... .................. .......... 4351 435
$ 126,663
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
None Reported.










48 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES


Number ValueI
NumberI Value
1


Cattle exported Alive .......... ....... .................
Cattle sold Alive ................... .... ...........
Cattle Slaughtered ..................-...-----.. --......
Hogs killed for Bacon...................... .... ...
M ilk (gallons) ...... ..................... ... ...........
Poultry ......... -............... ................
Eggs (dozen) .......................... ...... .......
Honey (pounds) .........................................
Beeswax (pounds)..... ................ ......................


2001$ 5,000
31 50
10! 200
11 30
23,5001 11,750
18,6061 17,812
76,5801 32,634
342,0001 34,200
1,2091 304


$ 101,980

HAMILTON
Number of Acres in County.................... ............... ..... .... 326,585
Number of Acres in Farms........................................ 88,807
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation................................. 31,552
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber................... 18,205
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture............................... 233
Value of Farm Machinery ................ ............................$ 14,030
Number of Gas Engines on Farms...................................... 17
Number of Electric Light Plants on Farms....................... 3
Number of Water Works on Farms................................--. 3
Number of Tractors on Farms........................................ 4

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS
I I
CROP ACRES ] YIELD VALUE
____ I __________ __ __ ________


Cotton, Upland ..............
Cotton, Sea Island....
Corn ..... ....... ........
Oats .............. ..-- ...
Rice .................
Potatoes, Sweet ........
Potatoes, Irish ..............-
Sugar Cane Syrup .........--
Sorghum Syrup ..................
Field Peas ...................-
Field Pea Hay ...... .....
Native Grass Hay ............
Natal Grass Hay .........
Sorghum Hay -....... ..--
Peanuts ............---...........
Tobacco (open) ..........
Velvet Beans ........... ....
Pepper .......................
Cabbage ................... .....
Tom atoes ............................
Squash ....................... .. ....
Watermelons ............
Beans (string) ......--
Cucumbers ..........------- ..
Chufas ........................... I


3,109i
255
15,810
25
4
378
5
255
3
97
575
79
30
1
8,803
561
763
1
2
2
6
240
9
41
74


765 Bales $
39 "
114,394 Bushels
250 "
85
38,520
200
35,340 Gallons
450
865 Bushels
425 Tons
71
12
1 "
87,990 Bushels
902,700 Pounds
5,405 Bushels
30 Crates
200
140
268
50 Carloads
349 Crates
2,552 "
1,435 Bushels


39,20UU
5,330
111,848
185
115
30,920
200
28,035
330
1,590
8,595
1,060
300
25
87,990
95,470
10,780
30
400
380
258
9,100
360
2,064
3,020


$ 437,585


48 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS










STATE OF FLORIDA


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non- I I
SBearing Bearingj Crates Value
I Trees Trees |
Oranges .......... .................................... 50 50 $ 150
Pears ............ ....................................- 25 b50 150
Pecans ..................................... 2,8471 731 a12,860 2,938
bBarrels. aPounds. $ 3,238

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberl Value

H horses ....... ....- -. -... ....... ------------........-..... 270 $ 25,360
Colts ............ .... ................................. 4 225
M ules ................................ ... .............. 1,053 103,140
M ule Colts .... .......................... ....- 2 125
Asses ............. .-..................... ...... .... 35 55
W ork Oxen ...........- ............... --. ...... .......-... 31 105
Hogs ........-.....-- ...... ---.... .....-- ---..............- 17,639 35,482
Dairy Cattle .... .... ................... 199 9,520
Stock Cattle ................ ....... .................... 4,607 48,655
Goats ..... ........ .. ...... ---- ... .......... 530 530
$ 223,197
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number| Value

Herefords ....- ... ........... ........ .. ..... 13 $ 310
Shorthorns ........................... ...... ...... ...... ... 167 7,285
D evons ...... .......... ... .. .... .............. .. .. ..... 13 310
Holsteins ......... ........ ................. 12 695
G uernseys .- ........ ............... ...... ........- 7 700
Jerseys .--..... ...... .............--- ... .. 35 2,150
$ 11,450
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumber| Value

Cattle exported Alive .................................... 1,947 $ 20,290
Cattle sold Alive ......................... ......... .... 1,461 12,153
Cattle Slaughtered ..............-...-. .............. 108 1,080
Hogs killed for Pork ...............-. ..-......-...... 11 70
Hogs killed for Bacon ................-. ............. 5,086 94,020
H ogs sold Alive ..- .............-.. .. .......-- ...... 140 944
M ilk (gallons) ......-- .. ................... ... ....... .... 27,080 15,768
Butter (pounds) ........ ..-.. ..... 500 220
Poultry ................-- --....- ......... 35,488 35,980
Eggs (dozen) ......... .... ............ ...-....... ..... 288,895 59,212
$ 239,737










AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


HARDEE

Number of Acres in County................ .............. ........ 403,972
Number of Acres in Farms ............................ .. ......... ..... 27,710
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .............................. 16,326
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .......................... 3,799
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ................................... 2,584
Value of Farm Machinery ..........................................$ 45,523
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ...................................... 24
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ..................-.......... 10
Number of Water Works on Farms ............................ 32
Number of Radio on Farms ................................. 26
Number of Tractors on Farms ................................ .. 80
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE.

Cotton, Sea Island............ 101 1 Bale 1$ 125
Corn ................- ....--- 7,6381 179,460 Bushels 160,645
Oats ........- ... ---.... 42 535 645
Rice ............... ........- .... 8 440 615
Potatoes, Irish .............. 439 41,685 69,580
Potatoes, Sweet ......... 666 38,038 100,275
Sugar Cane Syrup ......-.... 7 1,700 Gallons 2,100
Field Peas .....................I.. 512 6,230 Bushels 10,235
Field Pea Hay ..........I.. 58 93 Tons 1,370
Native Grass Hay ........... 88 165 217
Natal Grass Hay ....--.... 2 40 80
Kaffir Corn -........... ......I. 1 1 30
Peanuts ....I.....------..-... 180 5,970 Bushels 7,270
Velvet Beans ..................f 19 145 370
Onions ..............-------.... 5 340 Crates 500
Lettuce .................. ...------.. 2 120 240
Celery ........... ................. 6 605 1,310
Pepper .............................. 582 73,575 106,265
Cabbage ............-.............. 55 5,730 11,600
Tomatoes ..................-... ....... 1,5721 165,845 203,350
English Peas ............---- 36 3,295 5,185
Beets .................-----..- ..-....-- 3 195 330
Squash .............. ..... .... ...-... I 113 7,505 7,820
Egg Plants ........................- 294 11,415 43,975
Dasheens ............-............ ..- 1 100 200
Watermelons .........-...... 200 90 Carloads 101,480
Cantaloupes ....................... 3 350 Crates 450
Beans (string) ................... 483 49,290 70,330
Beans (lima) ...................... 37 3,895 6,615
Cucumbers ...............---.... 1,587 168,869 | 376,086
$1,289,266
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I I
SBearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees I Trees I
Oranges ............... ...... ..... 63,726 230,965 832,278J$ 855,500
Lemons ................ 250 250 100 250
Grapefruit ..... ......- ... .. 50 3,512[ 11,305 11,305








STATE OF FLORIDA 51

FRUITS AND NUTS--(Continued)
Non- I
Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
Trees Trees I
Lim es ...........--- ----.. .......---- ---------- 80 80 160
Bananas ............ ... --..... ............... .--- 550 t345 600
Mangoes .........- ... -- ----------- 20 20 40
Avocado Pears .......................... .- 11 70 370
Strawberries ................ ------ 368 x599,575 202,060
P ecans ........... .. ....... ........ 1401 -. ..... ...... -. ........ ...
G rapes ........... .......................... .... a5601 208
tBunches. SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds. $1,070,493

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I I
| Number| Value
I I
Horses ........ ........ ....... ....... -. .- I 679 $ 48,170
Colts -............ ------------- -- 17 1,385
Mules ........... .----------.-- .. 599 66,350
M ule Colts .........................................-- .. 4 450
H ogs ..............----------......... ... 3,852 12,690
Sheep .............---------- ........................... 8141 1,642
Dairy Cattle ....... ------------.....-...- ------------ ......-- 4071 23,505
Stock Cattle -------- ...............--- .... ...---- 9,6901 147,274
Goats ...............-....---.-.------.. .... 4 8
Angora Goats ............................. --- 4 10-
$ 301,484
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

Hereford ......---------- ------ .......- [.4 11$ 100
Shorthorns ....-- ---------------..--.... .......--- .. ... 21 200
D evons ............--....-..........- ........ 4| 205
H olstein s ........... ......... ........................... 10| 825
$ 1,330

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
SNumberi Value

Cattle Slaughtered ....----- ............-...... ..-- -- -- 30|$ 450


Hogs killed for Pork ......................
Hogs killed for Bacon .....................
Hogs sold Alive ............................
M ilk (gallons) ...........- ........ ..........
P oultry .......................... .-.............
Eggs (dozen) ...........----- ............ -
Honey (pounds) .....-.-....-..........
Beeswax (pounds).... ....--....-....-


-- -- -........- 5
..................... 032
101
............ 2,6601
.... ....... 88,186)
..-. -.-- 174,0711
..............-. 6501
................ 1 541


30
386
100
1,296
107,861
52,940
135
32


$ 163,230









52 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


HERNANDO

Number of Acres in County... ....................... ....... ..... 313,673
Number of Acres in Farms.................................. ....... 17,523
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation........................ 6,774
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber........................ 22
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture-............................. 576
Value of Farm Machinery ................. ........................$ 19,755
Number of Gas Engines on Farms...............--- ... ........ 9
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............................... 2
Number of Water Works on Farms....... .................... 3
Number of Radio on Farms ........................ ..... ....-. 2
Number of Tractors on Farms................ ........ ...... 1
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD | VALUE

Corn ................- 1,148 13,035 Bushels $ 18,111
Oats ....... ..... ... ..- 69 3,100 "3,150
Rice ............ .... ..... 2 20 100
Potatoes, Irish ....-. 5. 307 686
Potatoes, Sweet .......... 41 5,753 11,506
Sugar Cane Syrup............. 1 6,525 Gallons 6,337
Field Peas ..............---. 7 2,423 Bushels 6,014
Soy Beans .....---- ........ .. 90 270
Field Pea Hay-.....- ...i 3 Tons 120
Native Grass Hay........... 51 3 120
Millet Hay ........ ............. 40 400
Peanuts ............... ... .. 122 3,890 Bushels 9,715
Velvet Beans ........... 14 1,000 2,100
Velvet Bean Hay.......... ... 6 60 Tons 110
Pepper ........................... ...1... 50 Crates 100
Cabbage ...................... .. 17 2,365 2,200
Tomatoes -....-......-.... .-- .8 600 1,400
Squash ..................- ......-. 2 500 550
Egg Plants ................... ..- 50 7,176 10,511
Dasheens ....................... 5 250 600
Watermelons ................. 45 20 Carloads 2,130
Beans (string) ..........30 970 Crates 2,604
Cucumbers ....................-.. 6 748 966
Chufas .................... .....34 890 Bushels 1,600
$ 81,400
FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-I I
SBearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ............................... 15,208 35,650 26,8755$ 19,649
Grapefruit ................ .............. 346 6,364 1,334 5,643
Peaches ................................. 3471 57 n42 70
Strawberries ..-... ....... ......... ... 1 $6 x36,000 7,200
Pears ................ .- ............... ...-.... 67 b25 85
Guavas ....................---- ----........-.. 3 5 10
Grapes .................. .....- ---- ..... ..---- ... a4,430 848
Plums .................. ... ..--- 5 1 1 2
Tangerines ..........-- --- ..------- ............-- 7,307 2,007 2,910
T ngerinels ---------- ------ a-un s.--6,1


nBushels. SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds.


$ 36,417









STATE OF FLORIDA 53

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

| Number| Value
I I
Horses .....-........-.... .... ...... 198 $ 7,485
Colts ............----- .................-.... 3 55
Mules .............. ................ ....... 72 6,570
M ule Colts .................... ............ ...- 6 315
H ogs ................ .......... ......... ............ 2,169 7,663
Sheep .......... ........ .......... .... ... ... 33 99
D airy Cattle ..... ----- .................... .............. 954 57,377
Stock Cattle ......................................... 2,359 16,024
Goats ......... ............. ............ .... 287 312
$ 95,900
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberi Value

H erefords ................. .. ......................... ...... 2 $ 150
H olsteins ................................ 27 935
Jerseys ...... ........ ...... ... -- -- -- ---- 114 4,565
$ 5,650
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
I Number Value

Cattle sold Alive .. ...................... ................. 445 $ 7,205
Hogs killed for Bacon ....................................... 30 560
Hogs sold Alive ......... .......................... ..- 525 2,011
Milk (gallons) .......................................... ..... 119,863 48,365
Butter (pounds) -.. ............................ 648 340
Poultry ............ .---.-. ..-............ .... ................... 8,499 6,987
Eggs (dozen) ... ................. ... ............---- .. 27,754 8,564
$ 74,032

HIGHLANDS
Number of Acres in County................. ................. ..... 640,121
Number of Acres in Farms ...............--...... ... ............... .. 41,461
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation........................... 16,680
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber................. ...8,013
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ................................ 364
Value of Farm Machinery ....................... ..........................$ 94,130
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ................................ 11
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ....................................... 9
Number of Tractors on Farms ...................................... .... 56
Number of Water Works on Farms ..................................... 25
Number of Radio on Farms ............. ..... ............ 12
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE
I [I
Corn ............. ............ 39 1,115 Bushels $ 1,070
R ice ........... .... ....... .......- 31 8 190
Potatoes, Irish ................. 221 1,160 2,359









AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Potatoes, Sweet ............... 150 8,460 11,920
Sugar Cane Syrup ..--......... 11 1,080 Gallons 1,830
Field Peas ...............-- ....-...... 6 40 Bushels 90
Natal Grass Hay .............. 44 34 Tons 260
Cassava ...................... ...... 4 3 115
Peanuts ............................. 3 120 Bushels 120
Celery ......... ... ... ........- 3 6,000 Crates 18,000
Pepper ................ .......... 4 220 610
Cabbage ...................... ..... 2 660 2,260
Tomatoes .......--.......-....-..- 14 1,100 1,775
English Peas ........-....--.. 2 70 100
Beets ...................... ....-.. I 2 175 285
Squash ........... ..........- ..... 1 30 70
Egg Plants 1.......... ........ 1 350 700
Watermelons ...... ......... 32 10 Carloads 1,365
Beans (string) .............. 11 845 Crates 1,700
Cucumbers ..................... 8 950 1,850
$ 46,669
FRUITS AND NUTS
| Non-
| Bearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees Trees I
Oranges ............... -............... 257,194 439,321 226,3511$ 328,513
Lem ons ............... ..-... -- ...... .... 11 45 100
Grapefruit ................................ 96,216 227,901| 290,2091 278,428
Lim es .............. ........ ............... 61 140j 535
Figs ......-..............-...-- 36 -- ........... 2 .............
Bananas ............ ------ 563 58 t32 ---......
Pineapples .................... .................... 2 441 145
Peaches ........... ................... 36 28 n29 60
M angoes ................ ...... ... ............. 98 42 208
Japan Persimmons ....... ................... 1,867 122 204
Avocado Pears ................... .............. 4,795 441 220
Strawberries .................................... 3 x7,500i 1,875
Sapodillas .......... ..................... 5 .-- ... ....... ....- .
Guavas ................... ..- ..- ......... 1701 1601 203
Sugar Apples ............. ...-. 180 .- ................. .............
Pecans ................. ............ 10 3 all( 7
Grapes ..................-.. ..- ... ... ....... ............ I al801 18
Plum s ............................ .................. 31 2 7
tBunches. SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds. nBushels. $ 610,523

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
1 i
I NumberS Value
H orses .... .............. ..... .. ..................... ....... 169 $ 13,630
Colts ... ............... .................. ....... 9 360
M ules ....................... ..... ......................... 79 11,325
W ork Oxen ......... ....... ............................... .4..4 120










STATE OF FLORIDA 55

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927-(Continued)

SNumber] Value
I I
Hogs ........... ....--........-- --....... -- .... 1,475 6,937
Dairy Cattle .............. ..... .... ... ........ ..... 5671 22,030
Stock Cattle ............... ......................... . ... 27,7821 290,615
G oats ..................................................... 1251 250
$ 345,267
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number} Value
I I
Guernseys ..-.............................. .. 401$ 2,000
Jerseys ..........-------- ------------------ .. 91 360
$ 2,360
MTSCELLTANEOUS FARM SALES

Number| Value

Cattle sold Alive .....----.....- ..----- 1781$ 1,495
Cattle Slaughtered -....-......--...-- -- ------ --.. 1,2401 30,600
Hogs killed for Pork -....................... ..... ... 2301 2,358
Hogs killed for Bacon -......-.... 501 900
H ogs sold Alive ..............................-- ---..... |.1 1371 760
Milk (gallons) .... .... .. ..- ......----- -----..-....-- 145,535[ 96,814
Butter (pounds) -.............- ........-- --------- 2,3051 1,280
Poultry ......... ..... .. ... ....... ... --- -------. ----.. 16,7591 16,893
Eggs (dozen) .............. ......-..... --- ------ 76,5981 50,801
Honey (pounds) ................ --------- -.. 2,6871 557
$ 202,458
HILLSBOROUGH
Number of Acres in County..................... ............- ........ 603,836
Number of Acres in Farm s........................- ................. 191,643
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................ 33,467
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber.................. 6,330
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture............................ 4,774
Value of Farm Machinery .............-----..---...---- ----.. $231,803
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ..........................-.. 269
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ... ----.. .............. 55
Number of Tractors on Farms.................... ............... ... 224
Number of Water Works on Farms ....................... ..... 461
Number of Radio on Farms.............. ............... .. 120
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS
~---------------j
CROP ACRES i YIELD | VALUE

Cotton, Sea Island ........ 68 15 Bales $ 1,875
Corn ....................----- 15,110 79,864 Bushels 120,718
Oats -.-...................... 50 570 755
Rice ..... ......... 27 1,048 1,598
Potatoes, Irish .. ...... 490 31,311 55,772
Potatoes, Sweet .............. 326 23,980 "44,536
Sugar Cane Syrup............ 22 2,284 Gallons 3,221
Sorghum Syrup ................ 3 100 100










56 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)
CROP YIELD VALUE
CROP ACRES' YIELD VALUE
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _


Field Peas .........................-
Soy Beans ........................
Field Pea Hay.................-
Native Grass Hay..............
Millet Hay ......................
Natal Grass Hay ...............
Sorghum Hay ....................
Kaffir Corn ........................
Cassava ................ ...... ...
Peanuts ..................-........
Rye .....................-------...-.
Velvet Beans ...................
Velvet Bean Hay..-............
Onions .........................--.
Lettuce ....... .......... .....
Celery ................. .- .. .....
Pepper ..............................
Cabbage .......................
Tomatoes ......................
English Peas ....................
Beets .................- ...---
Squash .................. ..........
Egg Plants .....................
Watermelons ....................
Cantaloupes ....................
Beans (string) ................
Beans (lima) ..................
Cucumbers ...................


1,500
9
327
1,131
47
7
1
4
5
73
141
1551
441
12
3i
141
372
176
1,301
54
7
171
58
683
18
786
25
154|


25,089
118
305
643
48
9
1
8
10
2,039
60
1,903
26
1,155
180
1,885
44,313
15,639
121,838
3,034
550
12,276
8,075
104
1,087
66,914
2,167
15,842


Bushels

Tons






Bushels


Tons
Crates









Carloads
Crates


27,832
160
7,385
32,290
1,425
240
30
195
300
1,465
175
3,780
630
2,600
220
3,140
79,414
19,458
186,340
5,755
1,155
17,682
9,042
4,174
1,644
131,561
4,034
25,674


$ 796,375
FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-I I I
I Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
I Trees Trees
Oranges .......... .......... 328,591 660,907 1,093,021 $1,825,381
Lemons .................... ........ 340j 349 576 1,742
Grapefruit ............................ 29,3281 128,843 235,671 134,570
Lim es ............................. .. ............ 1,462 547 1,574
Cocoanuts .............--......... .. .......... 1 6 1
Figs ................................. .......... 6201 324 1,516
Bananas ..............--.....- -- ............... 19,852 t6,852 4,620
Peaches ......................-. 9381 1,825 nl,093 1,885
M angoes ................. .... ...... ......... 615 403 1,619
Japan Persimmons -..-.... -............... 510 329 1,123
Avocado Pears .....--- .. |..- .............. 2,866 1,304 10,751
Strawberries ............ ... ... ............ $2,237 4,242,570 x 990,839
Sapodillas ............... .. ....-- ............. 9 7 49
Pears .................... .. ..... 64 1271 b21 100
Guavas ...................-- ....-- ................ 2,166 3,394 3,076
Sugar Apples ............ .................... 3 5 40
Pecans .................................. 1,372 1,058 a14,579 8,747
Grapes .................... ...... .... ............................... a45,617 7,338
Plums ........................... ........ 3441 156 132 294
Blackberries .................. ...... .... 16 ............... 850
$2,996,115
tBunches. nBushels. bBarrels. aPounds. tAcres. xQuarts.








STATE OF FLORIDA 57

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number[ Value

Horses .......... .. ............................. ........ 1,472 $ 136,369
Colts ................ ............... ...- 28 2,425
M ules .......... -.................... 1,7151 257,229
M ule Colts .................... ................. ...... 8 875
A sses ................ ..................................................... 124 17,900
W ork O xen ............ .... .... .................................. 3 175
H ogs ....................... ... ... ....--.. 9 499 42,781
Sheep ........................ .. .......-.. -.... 350 1,350
Dairy Cattle ..... ....... ................. ................ 9,610 672,570
Stock Cattle ................ ....................-..- 9,3181 125,278
Goats ........--....-..- ....- ..- --. ......-. .....-. 2,404 3,347
Angora Goats -........ ...................... 67 525
$1,260,824
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

| Number Value

Herefords .......... .. .... ........... .....----- -- 151 $ 5,605
Shorthorn ......... ................ -.......-. ... ... 1 100
D evons ...........---- ------- ..............- .. ... .... 2 150
Holsteins .................... .............. --- 440 54,010
Guernseys .......................................... ...... ......... 436 39,360
Jerseys ................... .............................. 4,694 397,425
$ 496,650
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumber| Value

Cattle exported Alive ......................... .......- 312$ 4,340
Cattle sold Alive ........................................... 701 21,383
Cattle Slaughtered ........................... .. ..... .. 6,776 51,100
Hogs killed for Pork ........................................ 1,547 19,684
Hogs killed for Bacon ....................................... 248 5,618
Hogs sold Alive ................................ ....... 326 3,813
Sheep sold Alive ................. .......... ............. 3 30
Sheep killed for Mutton ........................-.. 28 153
Milk (gallons) ............. ..................... 4,707,048 1,590,864
Butter (pounds) ................. ........ .......- 129,053 40,244
Cheese (pounds) ............................................. 920 181
Poultry .............. ................... 542,997 594,880
Eggs (dozen) ......................................... 3,113,539 1,297,202
W ool (pounds) ................ ........................ .. 845 254
Honey (pounds) ........... ................. ....... .- 9,257 4,431
Beeswax (pounds)...... .. .... ...--- 342 171
$3,634,348







AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


HOLMES

Number of Acres in County...........................
Number of Acres in Farms .......................
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ....
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ..-....
Value of Farm Machinery -..................-..-
Number of Radio on Farms ...................-


....... ........... ... 334,642
.......................... 102,535
...................... 45,027
---.. -............-.. 3,121
... .. ... ........... 310
..................$. 53,184
...... ........... 325


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


ACRES|
I I


YIELD VALUE
I


Cotton, Upland .............--..-
Corn -----...............-----
Oats ..................................
R ice ..................................
Potatoes, Irish ...................
Potatoes, Sweet ...............
Sugar Cane Syrup ............
Sorghum Syrup ..........-..
Field Peas .......................
Soy Beans .........................
Field Pea Hay ............--...
Native Grass Hay .....-....-
Millet Hay .................. --
Natal Grass Hay ..............
Para Grass Hay ...............
Peanuts ..............................
Tobacco (shade) .............
Tobacco (open) ................
Velvet Beans ....................
Velvet Bean Hay ...-.....-....
Onions .................................
Tomatoes .....................-....-
Squash ..............................
Watermelons ...................I.
Beans (string) ...................
Cucumbers ........................


12,571
22,826
101
2
47
661
462
29
20
7
20
660
6
12

6,701
32
70
450
3101


4,499 Bales
238,388 Bushels
1,015 "
30 "
5,347 "
55,743 "
79,630 Gallons
5,175 "
799 Bushels
55 "
13 Tons
428
6
47
1 "
114,300 Bushels
28,600 Pounds
4,900 "
14,038 Bushels
299 Tons
240 Crates
200 "
200 "
435 Carloads
930 Crates
340 "


224,950
238,388
1,015
22
3,741
33,323
53,968
2,763
639
80
230
7,745
120
850
20
114,300
5,976
3,807
14,038
3,510
240
200
250
25,546
335
240


$ 736,296
FRUITS AND NUTS

I Non- I
Bearing Bearing Crates I Value
STrees Trees
Oranges .........................I...... 5591 221 131$ 26
Grapefruit ............................ I 1 --------....... I ............... ..
Figs ................................ ........ ............I 1,6541 2,442 3,040
Peaches ............................... 8681 3,3231 n4,519 6,074
Japan Persimmons ............................. 23 50 91
Pears ................................. . 698 377 b850 1,045
Sugar Apples .............. ..-- .. 14 1i 9
Pecans ..... ............ ...........--.... 1,902 2,354 a23,433 5,715
Grapes ............................. ...... ........ ........ a6,681 1,944
Plums ......................... ..... ....... -. 291 113 167 541
aPounds bBarrels. nBushels. $ 18,485


^










STATE OF FLORIDA


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value
I I


Horses ...........
Colts ............
M ules ..........
Mule Colts ...
Asses ............
Work Oxen .
Hogs .............
Sheep ...-..-
Dairy Cattle
Stock Cattle
Goats .............


.................. I
...................
...............
..............
...............
..................
................I
................ I
................ i
................ i
................


2751$ 16,755
9| 730
1,7141 168,831
221 1,650
61 165
321 700
24,262[ 105,867
2,7681 5,687
6741 13,375
6,8231 82,039
1,1991 1,489


$ 397,288

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

I Number Value

H erefords --------- ...- ...... ........ ...... ............. 71$ 310
Shorthorns -...2...--..............- .---- -.......... 2| 100
H olsteins ..... ...--.-.. ...-.. --- -- -----.... .........- 19j 895
Guernseys .......... ... -..... -.-.. --.. --. -------- 1281 5,855
Jerseys ................................................ ................ I 2591 8,735
Jer ey------------------- ---------------------- -$25 1 58,73
$ 15,895

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
INumberl Value

Cattle exported Alive ..........................-- -. ........ 61$ 150
Cattle sold Alive ......................... ..- ... ........ 2,3141 21,915
Cattle Slaughtered .................... .................... 165] 1,463
Hogs killed for Pork ................ ...... -............... 1,4081 14,790
Hogs killed for Bacon ................-- ...--......... ...... 6,3151 57,319
Hogs sold Alive ............ ................... 3,2261 20,893
Sheep sold Alive ........................--............. 351 186
M ilk (gallons) ................ ................ ................ 252,1901 69,901
Butter (pounds) ..................................... .......... 53,6471 16,463
Poultry ......................................... 82,8231 42,433
Eggs (dozen) ............. .............. ................ 184,9641 31,922
W ool .............................. ...... ............... 2,0101 977
Honey (pounds) ........-.......................... ... 3,9511 483
Beeswax (pounds) ............................... ....... 1161 79
$ 278,974


59


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60 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


INDIAN RIVER

Number of Acres in County........................................ 323,298
Number of Acres in Farms .............. ............................ 49,185
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .............................. 2,047
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ........................... 331
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ....................... 234
Value of Farm Machinery .................... .. ............... .......$$ 44,573
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ..--........................... 5
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ............................. 15
Number of Tractors on Farms ...-.............................. 48
Number of Water Works on Farms ................................... 40
Number of Radio on Farms ..... ..................................... 9

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD I VALUE

Corn ...... ............ ...... 37 50 Bushels 1$ 30
Potatoes, Irish ......---......... 233 12,617 40,996
Onions ......................... ... 1| 40 Crates 100
Pepper ................................ 213 23,565 35,214
Cabbage ......................... 34 2,411 1,975
Tomatoes ..................... 942 159,507 156,133
English Peas ............ .....I.... 4 168 252
Squash ................................ 2 500 600
Egg Plants ..-.................. 361 7,480 6,167
Watermelons .............-. 191 5 Carloads 1 1,467
Beans (string) ................... 803 95,981 Crates 119,428
Beans (lima) .--........-- ...--....--7 300 650
Cucumbers ....................... 16 612 962
Okra ...................... ......... 1 3 6
$ 363,980
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-I 1 I
SBearing I Bearing Crates [ Value
I Trees I Trees I
Oranges .......................... 84,985 97,3151 104,1011$ 203,122
Lemons ....... ............... 3,158 ......... .............. .I-I
Grapefruit .. ............. 81,838 182,2271 265,3761 482,692
Lim es .................................. .............. 4751 303 590
Cocoanuts ....... .. .............. ....... 401 2001 20
Figs .................. ......... ..-........ 125 .. ... ....... ..... ... ..........
Bananas .................................I 3541. ....... .. ..... ...................
Pineapples ............................ ... ......... .. 2 2001 300
M angoes ................................... 31 .............. ........
Japan Persim m ons ................ 351 ..-.....- ... ........... . ..
Avocado Pears .......................... 15 ................ ................
Straw berries ................. ....-. ................ $1[ x200] 100
Guavas .................................. ............... 426 400 600
Pecans ........................................ 1 21 2501 a6,2001 2,500


SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds.


$ 689,921






STATE OF FLORIDA


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses ............-- --- ....-- --- -- .... .. 241$ 2,975
Mules ...........-- ---.--- --.. ---------------- .. 1391 14,425
H ogs ..... -.--. ------------ ...........-.... .. 141 70
Dairy Cattle ...... ............................. 3081 22,650
Stock Cattle --........ .............. .... --.-. 4201 11,000
Goats ..............--.......... --- -..... 51 47
$ 51,167
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberl Value

Shorthorn -----..-..... -..-..... ---.. .... 11$ 100
D evons ............. ............................... 7 700
H olstein ...................... ..... ... .... 1 125
G uernseys .............................................................. 151 1,500
Jerseys .............----...... --------.... 147 16,200
$ 18,625
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
I Number Value

Cattle sold Alive ........ ........ .. ................. 131$ 960
Cattle Slaughtered ............................... ............. 85 1,275
Hogs killed for Pork ..................... ........------ --- 20[ 733
Milk (gallons) ..........-.. .............. ..... ...--- .... 92,0981 28,991
Poultry ............................................. - ---- .. 11,472| 14,880
Eggs (dozen) ... ................. ..........- .... 33,5781 13,877
Honey (pounds) ---.... ..... ............-------.. 5,7201 682
$ 61,398

JACKSON

Number of Acres in County................ .... ........ 658,052
Number of Acres in Farms .................... ........... 275,902
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.......... ................... 163,590
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ......................... 32,300
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture................................ 5,806
Value of Farm Machinery .............. ... .................. $117,547
Number of Gas Engines on Farms -............ ................... 74
Number of Electric Plants on Farms.................................. 12
Number of Tractors on Farms..........-........ ......... ........... 14
Number of W ater W orks on Farms ............................ ....... 35
Number of Radio on Farms ............................... ..... ............. 19
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP IACRESI YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland ................. 28,9891 8,865 Bales I| 488,652
Corn ................ ........... .. 59,596 731,359 Bushels 731,359
Oats .. .. ........ ............. 420 5,060 5,060
Rice ....................-- ----------.... 6j 63 126









62 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS--(Continued)
I
CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Potatoes, Irish ............. 40 2,070 "4,300
Potatoes, Sweet .......... 1,569 119,836 78,385
Sugar Cane Syrup ....-...- 1,406 231,053 Gallons 113,576
Sorghum Syrup ...... .......| 126 24,109 6,557
Field Peas ........ 97 1,123 Bushels 2,281
Field Pea Hay ................... 30 15 Tons 275
Native Grass Hay .... 2,489 1,004 17,561
Millet Hay .............-.... .... 2. 5 100
Natal Grass Hay .........-|-- 19,193 7,563 86,495
Sorghum Hay ........... 25 25 500
Japanese Cane .............. 480 5,000 12,500
Peanuts ................--- .....--- 50,670 707,206 Bushels 707,206
Rye .......................-..-......---- 4 25 100
Tobacco (shade) ...... 12 7,500 Pounds 1,600
Tobacco (open) .......... 102 85,877 20,114
Velvet Beans .......---......- 7,655 59,028 Bushels 59,028
Onions ....................---.. ... .. 4 175 Crates 400
Cabbage ............-..........-- 4 75 1,145
Tomatoes .........-- .........---- 3 500 200
English Peas ...........2...... 2 30 90
Beets ............................... 2 140 300
Squash ................................ 2 300 600
Egg Plants .........................--- 1 15 42
Watermelons ............. 4,902 1,334 Carloads 107,303
Cantaloupes ....... .......... 5 50 Crates 135
Cucumbers ........-......... 11 302 651
$2,446,641
FRUITS AND NUTS
INon- |
SBearing| Bearing| Crates I Value
I Trees Trees I I
Oranges ............... ............... 174,4051 5,612 400 $ 800
Grapefruit ..........---.......... ..... 178 7 -...........
Figs ................... ....... ... ...... 2,875 5,459 5,459
Peaches .-.............---- .----.... I 183) 9,0621 n15,083 15,401
Japan Persimmons ---- --............. 163 15 174
Strawberries ...-.. ---................ 1 x664 166
Pears ....................................... 2,7011 1,064 1,001 2,049
Guavas ..............-...... ............... ..... 20 5 28
Sugar Apples ............ ...... .......... .. 217 117 319
Pecans ......................... ....... 17,217 14,783 a82,211 24,067
G rapes ...................................... ............ a4,650 490
Plum s .............................-......... 584 3,140 1,145 3,122
Blueberries ............. ............. 9,250 ............................ ....
nBushels. $Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. $ 52,075

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
i I
| Number Value

Horses ............................. .. .............-- 1,697 $ 129,614
Colts ......................................... ......-... 5-51 2,380
M ules ................. .-........ ... .........- 5,248 571,227







STATE OF FLORIDA


LIVE STOCK ON


HAND, JULY 1, 1927-(Continued)

SNumber| Value
I I


M ule Colts ........ .......... .-. ...-. 44 2,544
Asses ......... ... ........................ .. ..... 17 475
W ork Oxen ..... ... .......... ......... .. .. .. 151 5,400
Hogs ..... ..... ................. 64,478 217,715
Sheep .................... .................. .... ........ 316 1,059
Dairy Cattle .... ... .. ...... ....................... 3,118 79,739
Stock Cattle .... ........................ -.... .... 11,408 130,879
Goats .............. .. .... .. ... ..... 2,746 2,746
Angora Goats .. ... ........- -. ...... 45 90
$1,143,868
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
Herefords ... ................ ........ .... 491$ 1,710
Shorthorns ...... ..... ...... .-.. --------....... 8 200
Holsteins ...----........-..-- .............. ..-- .. ... 155 8,215
Guernseys .......................... - ---- .-. ---------- .. 111 885
Jerseys .................. .......... --..... ......1.. 1,1681 48,610
$ 59,620
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number Value

Cattle exported Alive ..................-.-...---.--.-..- 1651$ 2,190
Cattle sold Alive ...................... --------.. .. 3,284 45,245
Cattle Slaughtered .--..........-...--....-... .. .. 408 3,805
Hogs killed for Pork..................-.......-- ..- . 1,285 14,753
Hogs killed for Bacon.... .......................... ..... 24,474 319,004
Hogs sold Alive .............. .........-- 11,864 144,941
Milk (gallons) .......- ......--.............---. 1,079,933 258,261
Butter (pounds) .-....-.. .............. -.... 197,2341 87,981
Poultry ..................... ............. 203,397 146,028
Eggs (dozen) .......... .......... ........ .... 705,374 168,158
Honey (pounds) .-.~....... .......------ --- 5,606 578
Beeswax (pounds) .-.--............ ---. ..--------- 149 41
$1,190,985


JEFFERSON

Number of Acres in County..................
Number of Acres in Farms ............--- ----
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .
Value of Farm Machinery ....................
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ........
Number of Electric Plants on Farms .......
Number of Tractors on Farms ...............--


. 387,828
S162,577
69,003
S13,397
1,456
.$484,763
37
2
72







64 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES I YIELD I VALUE

Cotton, Upland ...................I 7,7811 1,801 Bales 1$ 98,860
Corn ............. .................... 38,724 394,973 Bushels 394,268
Oats ...................................| 247 3,260 3,260
Rice ...... ................. ...... 105 1,050 1,350
Potatoes, Irish ..............I 71 533 1,130
Potatoes, Sweet .-.......... 1,625 119,305 119,285
Sugar Cane Syrup --......-- 4661 87,790 Gallons 47,235
Sorghum Syrup ............ 35| 2,410 1,130
Field Peas ......................I 61 100 Bushels 200
Soy Beans ............. ........... 6| 140 275
Field Pea Hay .....-...-......- 7931 451 Tons 13,070
Native Grass Hay ............ 2,194 2,238 "43,570
Millet, Hay ............. ........I 2 1 30
Peanuts ........................ ...... 5,942 35,410 Bushels 20,866
Rye ............................ ....... 421 265 595
Tobacco (open) ...-.......--- 681 23,600 Pounds 9,708
Velvet Beans ............... 5,0231 46,465 Bushels 22,655
Velvet Bean Hay .....-....... 1,145 9,770 Tons 5,785
Cabbage ........................... 32 1,575 Crates 7,140
Tom atoes .............................. 211 1,240 2,450
Squash ....................... ....... 1 80 80
Beans (string) ................... 12 1,050 1,625
Cucumbers ................ ....... 1 200 200
Watermelon seed ........... 4,9131 501,085 Pounds 100,217
$ 894,984
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
SBearing Bearingi Crates Value
I Trees Trees |
Oranges .............................. .. 1,6261 3,6241 2921$ 760
Grapefruit ................................ 10 441 181 45
Figs ......................---......... ...... 142] 981 194
Peaches ...................--.....) 243 1,9031 n5,5361 12,603
Pears -. .. .......................... ... 1101 401 b122 300
Pecans ...... ............. .. ........I 72,933 16,6201 a143,761 56,554
Grapes ........................ ..-.. .. ..... .......... .... .... --..- al,700 290
Plums .... .......................... 241 131 6 35
aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 70,781
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
[I
| Number Value
I I
Horses .-........ ....-................ .........-..... 3031$ 23,640
Colts ..-.....- ............... ........ ........ .....- 3 90
M ules .................................. ............ I 1,8661 187,835
Mule Colts ..................... ........ .............. 8 575
W ork Oxen ........................................................- 56| 1,955
Hogs ........... ............ . .... ............. 26,337 134,666
Sheep ...................... ..... .............. .... 1301 1,185
Dairy Cattle .............................................. 1 1,2491 50,025









STATE OF FLORIDA 65

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927-(Continued)

SNumber] Value

Stock Cattle ............................................. 8,000 117,592
Goats .................... ..... --------............. 655 603
A ngora Goats ...................... ..... ................... 51 30
$ 518,196
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
I Number Value
I I
Shorthorns ................................................ 251$ 400
H olsteins ............. ... .................................. 1801 15,000
Guernseys ....... ................ ......... ....................... 501 2,500
Jerseys ...................... .. ............. ...................... 189 9,300
$ 27,200
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
I Number Value
I I
Cattle exported Alive .......................................... 2,5331$ 41,175
Cattle sold Alive ................................................ .. 4,622 77,523
Cattle Slaughtered .................................. ........... 921 15,882
Hogs killed for Pork .................................... 1,871 18,877
Hogs killed for Bacon ....................................... 9,2661 135,130
Hogs sold Alive ................. ........................ 7,1771 89,093
Sheep sold Alive .............................-..............- 121 150
Milk (gallons) .................. ......................... ...... 420,0451 145,045
Butter (pounds) ............................................ 22,810 11,612
Poultry .............. ......................... ...................... 66,736 60,155
Eggs (dozen) ................................. ........ ......... 217,0851 62,725
Honey (pounds) ........................... .................. 638[ 249
Beeswax (pounds) ....................... ................ 1501 50
$ 657,666

LAFAYETTE
Number of Acres in County................... ................ 348,357
Number of Acres in Farms ..................... .................... 40,174
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .................................. 11,502
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .............................
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ................................. 70
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland ................... 437 163 Bales 1$ 8,150
Cotton, Sea Island ........... 3 1 150
Corn ..................................... 9,3361 61,285 Bushels 61,285
Oats ...................... ............. 14 140 120
Potatoes, Sweet ............... 147 15,301 15,301
Sugar Cane Syrup .............. 143 14,900 Gallons 14,900
Field Peas ......................... 114 1,115 Bushels 1,475


3-Agri. Stat.









66 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)
1I
CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Field Pea Hay ................-- 82 82 Tons 1,580
Native Grass Hay ........... 11 11 220
Para Grass Hay ................ 6 6 120
Kaffir Corn .......---- -----....-- 8 4 50
Japanese Cane ............ .... 8 2 40
Peanuts ............... --.---. 7,858 163,140 Bushels 163,140
Tobacco (open) ......... 73 27,400 Pounds 9,650
Velvet Beans ..........--. 1,213 13,390 Bushels 23,262
Onions .......,......... -------.. -- 1 6 Crates 12
Lettuce ....................... 4 14 42
Dasheens ................- ........ 15 23 39
Watermelons .......--------- 350 79 Carloads 14,200
Cantaloupes 4.........-..----|------ 20 Crates | 40
$ 313,776
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges .--...............------------ 492 2611 1881$ 563
Grapefruit ........ .--.-- -- .- --- 9 2 ............... j.....
Figs ......-..... ---- .. .... .. 102 88 265
Peaches .......-...- .. .-- ....... 5871 1,8551 nl,0441 1,105
Japan Persimmons ----................. 5 1 3
Pears ---.......-......... ------- --.-- 121 149 b79 145
Sugar Apples .........------ --------.......... 5 31 8
Pecans ............ ....-- ...--....... F 1,681 1,231F a29,420 11,202
Grapes ................ -- ---.--I ....... ------ ----.... a8,279 732
Plum s ...................--...----------- 318 369| 1251 248
aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 14,271
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumberl Value

H horses ...................... ...-- .-... .. | 3461$ 32,122
M ules ... .......... -----......- ....- .- -- ------- 7011 99,305
Mule Colts ........... ....---------------- ------ 3 354
W ork Oxen ..............-- --..------- .- -- .... 11F 365
Hogs .. .......... 14,8501 42,764
Dairy Cattle F... ------------------... -.. ---- 4211 21,505
Stock Cattle ... .........----. 5,0641 48,946
Goats ..............-......-----..- 4861 486
$ 245,847
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
Number! Value

Holstein --...............--- -..-- .-- ---.--.... 1$ 90
Jerseys ........... ....- --- ... .--.....-- ...I 281 3,450
$ 3,540








STATE OF FLORIDA


MISCELLANEOUS


FARM SALES


INumber? Value

Cattle exported Alive ............. ................... 6,4711$ 344,933
Cattle sold Alive ................. ....... .......... .......... 6171 6,185
Cattle Slaughtered .......................... ......... ...... 61 60
Hogs killed for Pork ......................................... 8891 8,010
Hogs killed for Bacon ................. ................... 5,9021 22,815
H ogs sold Alive .... ... ........................................ 1591 477
M ilk (gallons) ................................ .. ......... ...... 30,3501 12,218
Butter (pounds) .......................-. ................ 9,2401 4,555
Poultry .........~.--- .............. ......... 31,5811 26,029
Eggs (dozen) .......................... ....... ........J.. 24,009? 11,950
Honey (pounds) .............................................. 7,6001 1,101
Beeswax (pounds) ..... ....... ........ .. ....!... 7921 211
$ 438,544


LAKE

Number of Acres in County...........-..............
Number of Acres in Farms.......................
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation........
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber.
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture..........
Value of Farm Machinery ............. ...........
Number of Gas Engines on Farms..............
Number of Electric Plants on Farms..............
Number of Tractors on Farms....-................
Number of Water Works on Farms.....-...
Number of Radio on Farms.......-............


674,793
77,072
14,618
14,858
3,756
.252,727
303
76
170
357
236


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


ACRES|
I


YIELD | VALUE
I


Corn ............--.. ...........
O ats .................. ...
Potatoes, Irish ..-.....- .....
Potatoes, Sweet --........
Sugar Cane Syrup .....
Sorghum Syrup ...........
Field Peas ......................I
Field Pea Hay ................
Native Grass Hay ............
M illet ................... ..
Natal Grass Hay............
Para Grass Hay ...........
Sorghum Hay .-............... -
Kaffir Corn .....-.................
Japanese Cane ..-----.....------
Peanuts ..............- ........
Velvet Beans ......................
Velvet Bean Hay...... ...
Onions ..................................


13,764 Bushels
128 "
6,333 "
9,726 "
5,057 Gallons
170 "
2,536 Bushels
107 Tons
220
5
249
11
104
1 "
20
585 Bushels
100 "
49 Tons
503 Crates


18,395
188
13,244
18,929
5,485
275
12,452
1,599
5,268
155
6,014
220
1,080
10
600
1,115
245
1,065
929


....... ... ------------
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.............. ---------
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68 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Lettuce ...........--......---------.. 2 315 913
Pepper ......... ......... ...... 12 1,600 2,753
Cabbage ........... .. 261 23,602 39,377
Tomatoes ............. ......... 859 8,211 103,590
English Peas ............... 36 1,131 2,547
Beets ............... ---- ...-------- 2 240 324
Squash ...............----......-..-. 8 2,610 1,732
Egg Plants ..-............ 1 40 84
Watermelons ..............3,515 896 Carloads 201,655
Cantaloupes --..---------... 9 150 Crates 1,160
Beans (string) ............. 266 22,531 28,917
Beans (lima) ..-.......-...-. 2 85 310
Cucumbers ...................... 173 28,974 42,482
Bulbs ............-- ---- --. 3 50,000 Bulbs 13,500
F erns ...........--------...-...--------- .. 1421 .................. ................ 364,372
$ 890,984
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees I Trees C
Oranges .................... 821,865 669,185 1,218,356 $1,796,818
Lemons ................. ....... 212 60 67 139
Grapefruit .......................... 163,683 1,446,368 401,353 550,236
Limes ....... ....................... 209 2 9
Figs ........................ ..- .. ... ... ... .. 56 12 71
Bananas ...................-.-- ........... 9,374 t813 635
Peaches .........- .....---- ........ 719 494 n406 920
M angoes .......------- --. --..........--.-------6 3 9
Japan Persimmons ............ ........ 1,005 457 806
Avocado Pears .... ........ ... 298 217 680
Pears ....... .................. 302 314 b465 1,285
Guavas .......... ............. ........ ........... 496 119 177
Pecans ........... ..... ....... 558 394 a5,435 2,246
Grapes ..... .......... ............... ........... a294,950 35,725
Plums ............ .-..--... .... 106 57 13 13
tBunches. nBushels. bBarrels. aPounds. $2,389,769
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, TULY 1, 1927

SNumber! Value

Horses .......... ............................. 326 $ 23,350
Colts ................ ........... ... ........ ..... ...... 18 1,710
Mules --.................-.--- ----- ..--.---.--- 765 98,015
Mule Colts ....-- -. ...... ....--.....-...........--- 2 115
Asses ............. .... ........- ...... -.-..-.. 2 80
W ork Oxen .............. ...-... ................. 5 150
H ogs ............................... 3,5- 3,053 14,262
Dairy Cattle ....... ....-...-------------................968 63,439
Stock Cattle ............... ............................ ..... 7,276 56,085
G oats ............ .. ------- .. ........ .............-- 2951 810
$ 258,016









STATE OF FLORIDA 69

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

Shorthorns ............................ ... .. .............. 3 $ 175
Holsteins ....................................... 16 1,095
Guernseys .................................. .......... 5 390
Jerseys .....---................................ ...... 457 18,305
Aberdeen Angus .....- ....................-... ...l......j..... 1 20
$ 19,985
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumber| Value
Cattle sold Alive ......................... . ... .... 986 $ 16,649
Cattle Slaughtered ................................ ............... 1,834 29,175
Hogs killed for Pork..................... ................ 929 11,789
Hogs killed for Bacon........................ .... .. ...... 230 4,074
Hogs sold Alive ....-............................ ..-- ....... 429 2,463
Milk (gallons) .......---...................... ........ 576,252 363,303
Butter (pounds) ....................... .... ......- ....... 27,519 14,278
Poultry ...................- ... ..... .............. ........ 135,815 136,310
Eggs (dozen) ... .. ............ ......... ............... 454,930 176,539
Honey (pounds) ..................... ........... .......... 7,200 1,607
Beeswax (pounds) .......................... 115 51
$ 756,238

LEE
Number of Acres in County..................... ................... 485,459
Number of Acres in Farms....................................... .......... 23,045
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation................................ 13,171
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber................... 6,157
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture...................... ..... 124
Value of Farm Machinery ............... .. ..........................$ 60,170
Number of Gas Engines on Farms........................ .......... 29
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............ .......... 27
Number of Tractors on Farms....................... ............ 88
Number of Water Works on Farms ................................... 120
Number of Radio on Farms.............. ............ ......... 109

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD | VALUE
__________________I
Corn ....................................- 34 1,360 Bushels $ 1,360
Potatoes, Irish ......... ... 373 35,450 77,900
Potatoes, Sweet ...--...-.. 116 19,340 36,025
Sugar Cane Syrup.......... 44 8,300 Gallons 8,300
Field Peas ...................... 403 3,091 Bushels 5,877
Soy Beans .................- 35 442 1,046
Field Pea Hay............. 76 94 Tons 1,640
Native Grass Hay.............. 1 2 30
M illet H ay .......................... 1 1 20
Para Grass Hay ................ 5 10 200
Peanuts ............................. 3 190 Bushels 360
Velvet Bean Hay....-...-.... 131 14 Tons 280










AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS--(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Onions ..............-.....-............. 11 1,200 Crates 1,850
Lettuce .............................. 1 400 400
Pepper .............................. 704 140,325 "170,250
Cabbage .............. ...... 15 2,750 3,350
Tomatoes .........................-.. 96 172,749 179,489
English Peas ...---------- 9 600 1,750
Beets ............------------ 1 300 500
Squash ...........................--..... 56 12,720 11,870
Egg Plants ......................... 335 69,825 95,575
W atermelons .-..-................. 532 193 Carloads 75,455
Beans (string) ................. 85 14,375 Crates 24,300
Beans (lima) ...................... 8 775 1,500
Cucumbers ............------... 612 119,915 174,450
$ 873,777
FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ............. .... ......... 24,957 213,620 48,162 $ 47,108
Lem ons ................................. 79 384 338 671
Grapefruit .. ....................... 7,181 180,564 37,684 36,752
Lim es ..............--.... ---..... ...... .----- 1,197 566 1,137
Cocoanuts .......---......--.-------........---- 21,698 52,563 2,733
Figs ........... .. - ........ ............. 224 100 275
Bananas .......---- .. .....------... .....----- 19,951 17,303 7,303
Peaches ............................-- ....--- ----------- 39 n5 14
M angoes .............................. ............... 15,151 3,170 6,329
Japan Persimmons .... ................... 884 210 421
Avocado Pears ..................................... 6,901 1,526 4,475
Sapodillas ............................................ 42 61 172
Pears .............................----...... 5 27 b8 25
Guavas ............ ------------ ...... ........-- 6,857 2,316 2,316
Sugar Apples -------------------.. ............ .... 31 23 68
Pecans ........................... ...... 112 74 a2,385 1,123
Grapes a3,699 584
Grapes .............. ----------------- ----- .... ........... ----------- ----- a3,699 584
Plum s ....................................... 11 26 12 36
tBunches. nBushels. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 111,542
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses .................--------- .......... ------ --- 196 $ 25,715
Colts ---.................... .-- ... ........- -....... 4 175
M ules -------------.. ....... ... ...... .............. .. 248 35,875
M ule Colts ....................................... ---.... 1 50
H ogs ................................ ... ....... ................ 1,558 11,686
Sheep .............................. .... ................... 40 600
Dairy Cattle .......................... ......-------------------.............. 861 42,800
Stock Cattle ....... ------............-- -----........... - --4,242 51,183
Goats ..............-.......----------------.----- ------ 12 60
Angora Goats ............--.............................. ...- I 1 20
$ 168,164









STATE OF FLORIDA


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberl Value

H erefords .... ... .... ....... ........... ........... 6 $ 700
Shorthorns ......--.. .. ........................... 6 600
Devons ...... ........................... ... ............... ... 6 600
Holsteins ....-.--...-....-............................... 27 2,800
Guernseys ---................... -................. 101 1,000
Jerseys ......-.. ..- ..- .-- ............- ................... 648 62,320
Aberdeen Angus --..-.. .... ........- .............. .. 5 500
$ 68,520
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number Value

Cattle sold Alive........................................ 2001$ 3,000
Cattle Slaughtered ...................... .......... 375 6,550
Hogs killed for Pork....................... ... ... 337 3,777
Hogs killed for Bacon ..................... ....- 10 130
Hogs sold Alive ................................ .... 304 2,899
Sheep sold for Mutton................................. 20 300
M ilk (gallons) .................................. ........ 328,910 209,421
Butter (pounds) ..... ............. ...... ......... 19,047 9,454
Cheese (pounds) ..............................-- .. 4,095 821
Poultry ................ .....- ...... .... ..... ... 49,203 74,804
Eggs (dozen) .... ................. ........ 452,595 223,855
Honey (pounds) ............-........ 51,250! 5.175
Beeswax (pounds) ---..- ....... .. ... 925| 352
$ 540,538

LEON

Number of Acres in County.......................... ......-- 448,197
Number of Acres in Farms ............ .......... ... ............ 185,219
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation....................... 37,740
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber................. 22,387
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture................................. 688
Value of Farm M achinery.............................. ................... 490,997
Number of Gas Engines on Farms...............................- 38
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............................. 19
Number of Tractors on Farms................................... 18
Number of Water Works on Farms ............................. 29
Number of Radio on Farms....................... ..... ...... 76
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland ............. 9,1491 2,570 Bales $ 129,301
Corn ..... ............................ 26,193 274,086 Bushels 250,737
Oats ............................... 218 2,550 2,285
Potatoes, Irish ............... 6 360 720
Potatoes, Sweet ......-.. 1,154 75,526 75,526
Sugar Cane Syrup........ 452 36,563 Gallons 36,563









72 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS--(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Sorghum Syrup ............... 27 1,570 1,570
Field Peas ........... ........ 14 96 Bushels 221
Field Pea Hay............. 792 603 Tons 13,515
Native Grass Hay.... ..... 229 142 2,610
Millet Hay .................... 5 5 125
Sorghum Hay .............. 27 162 512
Japanese Cane .......-.... 30 70 490
Peanuts ............ ....... 1,083 18,584 Bushels 27,502
Tobacco (shade) .-.-... 4 5,400 Pounds 2,650
Tobacco (open) .......... 33 28,700 7,708
Velvet Beans ....-. 408 3,058 Bushels 3,302
Velvet Bean Hay............ 3 3 Tons 60
Cabbage ................. 3 300 Crates 600
Tomatoes .....................-1 100 100
Beets ...........-....----- ...-...- 1 200 200
Watermelons ..----.....--....- 76 28 Carloads 2,975
Watermelon Seed ........ 87 11,216 Pounds 1,685
$ 560,957
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees


Oranges ..................-... 17,572 46 13 $ z2
Grapefruit ........... 23 .............. ......... .... ....
Lim es .........--.- .....----- --.----- ........------. 1 4 12
Figs ................ .-------- .. .. ............. 1,476 2,493 2,576
Bananas ...........----- ................ 2 3 9
Peaches .......... ........- --- .... 7731 635 n677 677
Japan Persimmons ......--.... ......---..-.. 50 52 135
Strawberries ....------....--- ................----------- $1 x600 200
Pears ...................................... 83 335 411 869
Pecans ..... ..........---- --- .... 2,289 4,517 a97,699 18,845
Grapes ..........--.... ---..........- .--- -- ........ a5,750 427
Plums ................... 241 24 30 150


tBunches. nBushels. xQuarts. aPounds. $ 23,926

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses ......................--------------- -.. 1,359 $ 119,375
Colts ............. ................... ....... 39 1,050
Mules ................ ........- .....-. ... . 1,184 123,385
Mule Colts ...........--.---- .....- ....-.. ......---- 4 85
W ork Oxen ........- ........................... 206 7,390
Hogs ............... .... ............ 15,358 61,589
Sheep ........................ ....--..... ......... 442 1,481
Dairy Cattle .............------ ..- ............ .... 3,090 117,378
Stock Cattle .-..........------- --. .........- .... ...... 4,137 41,092
Goats ................................ .... .............. 819 927
Angora Goats --........---...-------------- -----....- 26 75
$ 473,827








STATE OF FLORIDA


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number' Value

Holsteins .............. ............ ......................... 2 $ 120
Guernseys ................... .. ....................... 6 70
Jerseys ................... ............ ........ ............ 2,298 117,077
Aberdeen Angus ............................. ................... 91 1,450
$ 118,717
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumberj Value
I I
Cattle sold Alive .................................. 8711$ 13,834
Cattle Slaughtered ................................... ........ 885 14,315
Hogs killed for Pork........................................... 1,445 17,645
Hogs killed for Bacon...... ............. ............ .... 4,797 72,568
Hogs sold Alive ............................. ........... .... 674 6,506
Sheep sold for Mutton -................. ......... .......... 100 600
W ool sold (pounds) ........ .......... ...................... 505 142
Milk (gallons) ............ ............................ 770,196 225,878
Butter (pounds) .................. ..................... .... 71,667 35,302
Poultry ....................... .......... ....... ... .. 93,005 77,959
Eggs (dozen) ............. .. ........... ............ 425,011 110,069
H oney (pounds) .............................................. 18,090 1,309
Beeswax (pounds) ... ........................................ 216 80
$ 576,207

LEVY

Number of Acres in County.................... ................ 724,143
Number of Acres in Farms................................................. 100,272
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................. 35,190
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber.-...................... 7,021
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .............. ..........- 18,168
Value of Farm Machinery ........................... ........-$122,930
Number of Gas Engines on Farms.............................. .. 34
Number of Electric Plants on Farms...--...................... 4
Number of Tractors on Farms......... ............... ........ 11
Number of Water Works on Farms.................................. 4
Number of Radio on Farms...................... ......... ......... 19
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES | YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland .--...... -..-. 18 5 Bales $ 365
Cotton, Sea Island...... ...... 9 5 609
Corn ................................ 17,927 74,191 Bushels 74,191
Oats ...... ............ ... .. ..... 97 1,205 "2,255
Potatoes, Irish ................ 86 4,585 "7,158
Potatoes, Sweet .............-. 279 23,405 46,748
Field Peas .....................-... 255 5,205 11,590
Soy Beans ..........---- .- 12 48 220
Field Pea Hay....----......- 411 399 Tons 10,895










AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Native Grass Hay.............. 27 36 860
Sorghum Hay ................. 9 9 225
Japanese Cane ............... 11 16 550
Peanuts ........................... 11,8201 413,380 Bushels 413,380
Rye ................... ............... 14 420 420
Velvet Beans ...--............ 1,3331 27,423 54,737
Velvet Bean Hay............ 10 5 Tons 150
Onions .................... ......... 2 250 Crates 750
Cabbage ........................ 30 1,200 2,400
Tomatoes ........ ........ 101 8,975 9,440
Squash .................. ............2 200 200
Egg Plants .............. .8..... 600 1,100
Watermelons ...................... 2,018 635 Carloads 191,729
Cantaloupes .....-...--------- 1 50 Crates 100
Beans (string) .......... 60 2,537 2,975
Cucumbers .................. 768 74,417 83,994
Chufas ...................... ....... 329 10,176 Bushels 31,880
$ 948,921
FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non- |
[ Bearing Bearingi Crates Value
Trees I Trees I
'Oranges ................ ........ .I 3,107 3,267 1,026$ 11,153
Grapefruit ................ ... 46 38 65 82
Limes ...........----................... 11 6 27
Figs ......-............... ... .............. 6501 596 2,655
Bananas ................. ..... .... .............. 123 26 121
Peaches .............. ..... 33,211 4,651 n4,719 22,868
Japan Persimmons ............................ 179 454 700
Pears ................................. 3601 2,434 27,461 27,493
Guavas ............... .. .................- 6 4 5
Sugar Apples ................. .. .. ... 17 3 24
Pecans ................- ..... 32,013 5,246 a74,959 18,768
Grapes -..........-- ......... ............... ............. al,612 161
Plums -....... ........... 942 2,009 1,893 6,929
tBunches. nBushels. aPounds. $ 90,986

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

I Number Value
I I
Horses ..-. ... ............................ 1,1101$ 84,320
Colts ...................... 85 2,505
Mules ---. ........ .. ........ ............ ... 740 60,085
M ule Colts ....... -.... ............ ....... ... 72 2,340
W ork Oxen ..................................... .... . 2 80
H ogs ............................... ....... ...... 15,964 134,820
Sheep ....................... ............... 152 854
Dairy Cattle .. ........ .. .......- ................... ... 539 22,865
Stock Cattle .................................. ..... 10,703 48,759
Goats ................... ......... ........... 1,280 2,444
Angora Goats .................... ..... 8 19
$ 359,091







STATE OF FLORIDA


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value
I I
Guernseys -................ .................................. 110 $ 4,840
Jerseys ............... .. ............................. ........... 103 2,395
$ 7,235
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
Number Value

Cattle sold Alive .... ....................................... 3,438$ 41,897
Cattle Slaughtered ...................... ................... 338 1,160
Hogs killed for Pork................. .. ................. 1,335 11,155
Hogs killed for Bacon. ................................... 23,207 38,780
Hogs sold Alive ........................ ................... 8,899 110,701
Sheep sold Alive ......................... ................ 100 408
W ool (pounds) ............. ............ .................. 250 63
Milk (gallons) ............................... ....... ...... 151,975 29,137
Butter (pounds) ............--.... -...................... 2,975 1,455
Poultry ........................ .................................... 69,158 69,165
Eggs (dozen) .................... ........ .... ............. 194,166 52,761
Honey (pounds) ..................... --..... .... ..... 968 95
$356,777

LIBERTY

Number of Acres in County................... ................... 500,346
Number of Acres in Farms ........... .................... ......... 257,785
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ...................-.... 3,930
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .......................... 2,984
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .............................. 318
Value of Farm Machinery .......... ..............................$ 6,408
Number of Gas Engines on Farms --...-................... ..... 4
Number of Electric Plants on Farms .... --...........-.....- 4
Number of Tractors on Farms ...--......-.....-.... ............. 10
Number of Water Works on Farms ......................--... .. 12
Number of Radio on Farms ........................................... 7
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD | VALUE

Corn ................-.. ............... 2,381 32,120 Bushels j$ 30,791
Oats .............-....- ............- 55 1,650 2,000
Potatoes, Irish -.......- 1 150 400
Potatoes, Sweet ........-..--.. 87 8,500 7,150
Sugar Cane Syrup .......... 66 4,837 Gallons 12,198
Field Pea Hay ............ 21 22 Tons 720
Native Grass Hay .......--- 76 45 1,905
Millet Hay ........................ 12 14 400
Peanuts ............................. 681 18,180 Bushels 23,150
Tobacco (open) ............ 16 11,000 Pounds 5,200
Velvet Beans .......-.....- 87 2,185 Bushels 2,385
Velvet Bean Hay -............- 5 6 Tons 200
$ 86,499









76 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ... .....45 ....................... 370 45 .............
Figs .......................................- .. 33 23 $ 219
Bananas ...--................--.. .................- ... 1 ft2 8
Peaches ........................... 418 2991 n7001 2,991
Japan Persimmons ....................... 1| 1| 15
Pears ......... ..... .......... 102 121 b18 48
Pecans ........... ................... 862 2981 a7,351 5,725
Grapes ....... ...................... ........... ............... a2,0001 390
Plum s ......... .......... ....... ... 2 7 201 65
Blueberries ........-......... ... 60 ........... ...... ..........
tBunches. aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels. $ 9,461

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

|Numberi Value

Horses ....................... .... ...... ......... 1671$ 12,940
Mules .............. ................ ........... .... 261[ 16,655
Mule Colts ......................... ............. 31 315
Asses ................... ...-...............-.... 31 300
Work Oxen ....-----............. ................. 1751 6,243
Hogs ................ ............. ................. ...- 3,7341 24,413
Sheep ...........----.. ................................ 442 3,067
Dairy Cattle ......-. ......... ............... ......... 2671 8,845
Stock Cattle ........................ ...... .......... ..... 15,854 64,972
G oats ......................................................................... 7,869 7,510
$ 145,260
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number| Value

Shorthorns ................................. .....- ----.. 8 $ 160
Holsteins ........... .....- .......... ................. 18 590
Guernseys .................. ............... 211 770
Jerseys ................................. ........ ..................I 74 3,315
Aberdeen Angus .............................--.-....-.---- 7 750
$ 5,585
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
| Number[ Value
I I
Cattle exported Alive ............................. 52$ 1,125
Cattle sold Alive ................... ...... .............. 651 12,094
Cattle Slaughtered .......................................... 171 3,063
Hogs killed for Pork ----................................... 631 7,230
Hogs killed for Bacon --.............................. 1,792! 33,070
Hogs sold Alive --- .................- ..... ........ 1,656 8,079
Sheep sold Alive .--. --.... ........ .. .......... ... ...... 15 93







STATE OF FLORIDA 77


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES--(Continued)


Lumber ValueI
Number Value


Sheep sold for Mutton ............................. ........ 3 12
W ool (pounds) ............. -.... ........------------ 3,200 1,000
Milk (gallons) .....----------...................------- .... 53,954 26,832
Butter (pounds) -.......-----.--....----------------..--- 17,814 10,410
Poultry ........ ... .........--...-- .......--- ------ 19,674 22,400
Eggs (dozen) ............... ---- ....---.....-....- 30,4031 9,074
Honey (pounds) ... ... ................... 60,8771 3,763
Beeswax (pounds) ............... ... ..... .... 6151 190
$ 138,435


MADISON

Number of Acres in County-..................... ...................... 451,384
Number of Acres in Farms...................... ........... 132,395
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................. 54,739
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber....................... 5,026
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture.......................... 1,549
Value of Farm Machinery....................... ...............$150,465
Number of Gas Engines on Farms..........-................ 24
Number of Electric Plants on Farms.--.......................... 9
Number of Tractors on Farms................ --... ................ 15
Number of Water Works on Farms.............................. 18
Number of Radio on Farms................................. ............ 4

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD | VALUE

Cotton, Upland .......---...... 5,601 1,696 Bales $ 101,760
Cotton, Sea Island.............. 39 11 1,375
Corn ......................... ......... 32,872 315,842 Bushels 292,218
Oats .............................-..... 134 2,530 3,195
Potatoes, Sweet ............... 1,030 60,709 60,629
Sugar Cane Syrup.............. 553 91,483 Gallons 82,091
Field Peas ................. 134 2,048 Bushels 3,193
Soy Beans .............. .... 30 100 350
Field Pea Hay........... 3,1191 2,041 Tons 55,483
Native Grass Hay.... -...... 25 6 125
Sorghum Hay ................ 10 10 100
Peanuts ...........................---....- 9,843 164,380 Bushels 187,639
Rye ............................ ..... ..30 280 640
Tobacco (shade) ........... 187 241,500 Pounds 174,175
Tobacco (open) ....... 383 343,840 65,482
Velvet Beans .................... 2,649 41,674 Bushels 46,003
Velvet Bean Hay ........... 35 20 Tons 496
Watermelons ................... 163 57 Carloads 6,095
Cantaloupes ................... .... 1 35 Crates 85
$1,081,134








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-I
Bearing Bearing| Crates i Value
Trees I Trees
Pecans ........................ ...... 6091 1341 al,8931$ 1,076
aPounds.
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
1 1
Number Value
Horses .................. ... ... ..... ................ 318 $ 27,78
Colts .................. ............... ................... 4 230
M ules ..................................................................... 1,749 150,285
W ork Oxen ...... ......... ....... ............... .....--.. 9 265
Hogs ............ .............................. ...-- 28,581 100,657
Sheep ......... ......... ......... ............. 37 74
Dairy Cattle ........-... ........ ............. -.......... 1,354 33,532
Stock Cattle --.......... --........................... 7,869 88,101
Goats ............................... ............... ....... 750 802
Angora Goats ............... ........... ......- 100 500
$ 402,231
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

I Number Value

Holsteins ............-................................ 25 $ 3,725
Jerseys ............... ...... ......... ....... .................. 189 10,150
$ 13,875
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number Value

Cattle sold Alive ........... ........................... ..... 2,200 $ 23,117
Cattle Slaughtered ....--...-.................... 191 2,655
Hogs killed for Pork..............................- 1,009 9,449
Hogs killed for Bacon-............................... 9,233 95,199
Hogs sold Alive ................ .. ............ ....... 5,658 58,325
Milk (gallons) ............. ...... ............-...-.. 242,504 75,259
Butter (pounds) .. ..... ... .................- 41,697 15,862
Poultry .....................-..- .....- ............ . 64,969 24,918
Eggs (dozen) ......................... ... ....... ..... 212,906 53,642
$ 358,426


MANATEE
Number of Acres in County.....................
Number of Acres in Farms .......................
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ....
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ....
Value of Farm Machinery .......-............
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ...........
Number of Electric Plants ......................
Number of Tractors on Farms ....................
Number of Water Works on Farms ............
Number of Radio on Farms .....................


.............. 469,451
.............. 31,941
.......... 14,268
.............. 40,529
............. 678
............$140,025
.............. 20
............. 11
......... 90
.. 49
.. 9








STATE OF FLORIDA 79


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP ACRES YIELD | VALUE


Corn ....... ....... .. ..
Rice ............................
Potatoes, Irish ............
Potatoes, Sweet ..........
Sugar Cane Syrup ......
Sorghum Syrup ........
Field Peas .................
Soy Beans ................
Field Pea Hay ............
Native Grass Hay ....
Millet Hay .................
Sorghum Hay ..........
Cassava ............
Peanuts ...................
Velvet Beans ............
Lettuce ................
Celery .................
Pepper ......................
Cabbage ................
Tomatoes ...............
English Peas ..... ...
Beets ............... .
Squash .............. ....
Egg Plants .................
Romaine ..................-.
Watermelons ..- ...
Beans (string) --.
Beans (lima) ......
Cucumbers ...........


~...1


.1~~..


.1:::

~~. 1..


.1_:I

.1:_:


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ......
Lemons ........
Grapefruit .....
Lim es .............
Figs ..............
Bananas .........
Peaches ..........
Mangoes ...........
Avocado Pears
Strawberries .
Guavas .........
Pecans ..........
Grapes ............


Non-I I
SBearingl BearingI Crates
| Trees [Trees I


........- 21,783 140,7171
........-.|.........-.. 841
...... 4,375 116,689|

....... I ..... .......... 36 2 1
... -.. .--........... 45
-------............. 1 3621
-- ----- l .......... .1 41
....- ..... -......--- 1,5671
................ 1271
. 1............-.--- I $5
---.....--- .......... 214
-... 5 51
I.-- ........----- .. ...- -


170,4371$
31
183,5361
61
301
1511
nl
110o
501
x8,600
234
a2001
a4001


tBunches. 1:Acres. xQuarts. aPounds. nBUshel. $ 471,641


^


$ 771,214


Value

210,630
9
257,659
18
60
108
2
190
150
2,490
165
120
40


x~uarts. aPounds. nBushel.


$ 471,641


547
5
188
116
7
2
115
5
82
54
1
8
1
11
1
181
418
270
29
1,882
23
3
13
102
21
191
258
32
132


8,981 Bushels
145
11,302
6,471
553 Gallons
150 "
3,065 Bushels
140 "
137 Tons
58
1
74
10
80 Bushels
10 "
8,182 Crates
206,130
40,350
3,495
338,913
6,150
100
1,950
34,256
4,500
84 Carloads
32,977 Crates
150
13,648


10,606
280
19,012
8,195
625
150
3,716
245
2,720
2,175
20
360
50
190
40
9,657
218,340
33,700
3,700
331,817
9,225
100
1,835
27,192
7,550
17,915
45,347
200
16,252


tRunches. *Acres.








80 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses .......... ....... ....... ......... ......... 298$ 24,395
Colts -...... ..-- -................. 12 350
M ules ................ ........ ........ ........... 225 54,065
M ule Colts .................................... 101 2,000
Hogs ...................................... 2,6321 9,053
Sheep ............. ............. .... ...... 2,0531 6,210
Dairy Cattle .............--.............. ........ 1,5091 103,130
Stock Cattle ..........-- ..... .................. 5,0651 61,040
Goats ...... -. ...... -...~ ..-.... ............. 1781 336
$ 260,579
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumberi Value
Holsteins .......-.......-.. .........-....- 88 $ 14,450
Guernseys -.. .. ...... ......- .. .... 197 27,150
Jerseys .................---.... ... 3261 34,405
$ 76,005
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Number Value

Cattle exported Alive ............ ..................- 10 $ 40
Cattle sold Alive -....-......... .....................- 341 6,138
Cattle Slaughtered ............ ....................... 266 5,515
Hogs killed for Pork .............. ................... 199 2,043
Hogs killed for Bacon .................... ................... 72 696
Hogs sold Alive ............. ..................... 109 723
Milk (gallons) ...................-............. .... 335,635 141,788
Butter (pounds) .......................... .................... 2,855 1,459
Cheese (pounds) ..................................... 100 40
Poultry .............-......-.. ....-..- ...- 45,909 70,314
Eggs (dozen) .............~.~~-...- .... .... 137,332 49,293
Honey (pounds) -----..........-................----........ 30,0361 8,038
Beeswax (pounds) ........................... ... .... .. 5401 194
$ 286,281

MARION

Number of Acres in County................... ................ 1,039,150
Number of Acres in Farms..................... ................... 353,686
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation...........-................. 46,815
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber............... 44,352
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ............................. 3,543
Value of Farm Machinery....................... ........................$ 114,130
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ................................... 603
Number of Electric Plants on Farms................................. 40
Number of Tractors on Farms.......................................... 83
Number of Water Works on Farms............................ 124
Number of Radio on Farms............................. 23









STATE OF FLORIDA 81


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP

Corn ............ ...............
O ats ........ .... .. .......
R ice .............. ...........
Potatoes, Irish .........-.........
Potatoes, Sweet ..............
Sugar Cane Syrup ..........
Sorghum Syrup ..................
Field Peas .......................
Soy Beans ................ .......
Field Pea Hay ...............
Native Grass Hay..............
Millet ..................................
Natal Grass Hay ...........
Sorghum Hay ................
Kaffir Corn ..................
Japanese Cane .................
Cassava .........................
Peanuts ................... ......
R ye ....................... ..........
Velvet Beans .....................
Velvet Bean Hay................
Onions ..............---.. ....
Lettuce ...................-- .......--
Celery ..................- .......
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes .............. .....
English Peas --..... .........
Beets .................. .....
Squash ........................ ....
Egg Plants ...................
Romaine ..................-.......
Watermelons .....................
Cantaloupes ..---..............--..
Beans (string) .................
Beans (lima) ......................
Cucumbers .....---..........-
Okra ................................
Bulbs ................. ----- -.. ....
Chufas ............... .........


ACRES YIELD VALUE


26,0171
301
5
50
9661
337'
2
1,378
38
689
496
6
61
175


1
5





11
24
12,701
35
1,732

11
340
2
17
645
985
126
3
152
14
4
1,847
365
3,285
29
619
351
2
844


334,109 Bushels


4,075
125
2,477
84,885
65,285
340
26,838
209
665
589
12
62
368
2
18
30
270,294
550
35,380
81
785
47,090
50
2,075
91,941
85,221
4,465
175
13,774
1,500
1,467
620
20,727
127,613
1,580
50,740
21,215
11,450
13,770


Gallons

Bushels
11
Tons







Bushels


Tons
Crates










Carloads
Crates




Bulbs
Bushels


$1,773,657
FRUITS AND NUTS

Non-I
Bearing Bearing| Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ................................... 263,739 349,604 664,793$ 902,921
Lemons ............................... 3 25 45 144
Grapefruit ........ ............... 4,748[ 23,93 41,439 60,966
Lim es -..................... .......-- ................ -1 2 4
Figs ............................. ...... .. ........ 144 315 732
Bananas .............. ....................... 181 t181 187
Peaches ............. .. .---.... 1,663) 1,413 n1,3841 2,909


$ 343,582
7,353
325
5,231
166,120
65,285
340
27,696
970
18,085
12,881
350
1,619
4,785
50
440
765
520,067
1,250
73,950
2,430
1,380
20,763
100
2,175
47,857
78,436
9,138
350
12,002
1,350
766
11,718
33,353
180,367
1,680
54,515
41,068
250
22,815









82 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

FRUITS AND NUTS--(Continued)
Non- I
Bearing Bearing| CratesI Value
I Trees Trees | I
Japan Persimmons ...............1. .....---- 118 1791 360
Strawberries -..... .... ...... .....----- --- .. $31 x3,9751 944
Pears ................... ---------... 8771 1,415 bl,0481 3,916
Guavas I... ......_----------------. -- .....----------- 7561 2,159 3,168
Pecans .......... ...-------- ...... 3,1441 2,7441 a32,656 11,325
Grapes .............---- ----------------. ..... ..... -I. ........ a14,260| 1,621
Plum s ......................------- ....I-- 3021 3651 2061 440
B lueberries .. .......... .......... 140 ..... .. ....... ..........
B lackberries .... ...................................... ..-- ..... $1 147
$ 989,784
iBunches. nBushels. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds. tAcres.

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber! Value

H horses ......... ------ ---...... ....- .... -----..-- ..-...... 2,2481$ 114,120
Colts .... .. 62 1,295
Mules --- ................ ..... .I 1,2301 89,435
Mule Colts ........-.--- ----.... ..- --- I 101 315
Work Oxen ........ ---.... --------- .. -....- 321 1,270
Hogs ... .... .. .. ] 17,1581 88,294
Sheep -.. .. ............ .. .. ... 1,0571 3,273
Dairy Cattle ... ---- ..-- ......- ......... ..--........ 1,5781 88,231
Stock Cattle ...........-- -- ....... .. ..... .......... ...... I 8,5771 95,663
Goats ........ ....... ...... .......... .... 1,570[ 1,545
Angora Goats ...---------......----- -- .-- ......... ... 151| 262
$ 483,703
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number' Value
i I
H ereford ....... .............. ............ .... ---- 11$ 25
Shorthorns ...................... ....................... 12 580
H olsteins ................ . ..................... .. 631 3,120
G uernseys .........................---- ........ ... ... --- 191 1,150
Jerseys ............-...-- ------- -----......... ...--------- ----- 1,5911 89,985
Aberdeen Angus ... ....... ----- .-...----- I 4411 14,150
S109,010
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumberl Value

Cattle exported Alive .. .. .......... .... 1I 28
Cattle sold Alive ................ .................... 5,203] 58,954
Cattle Slaughtered -...... .... ................-------. 1 3231 3.984
Hogs killed for Pork .....................-.....-. I 2,3031 36,935
Hogs killed for Bacon ....... ....... .. ---. I 2.9351 109,374








STATE OF FLORIDA 83


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES-(Continued)

INumber Value

Hogs sold Alive ................................. .......... 2,060 21,987
Sheep sold Alive ............ ... ...........- ..... 307 1,015
Sheep sold for Mutton ..................... ........... 70 370
W ool (pounds) .................... .... ....... 2,6641 665
Milk (gallons) .......... ............ ..... ........... 795,8851 238,972
Butter (pounds) .......... ........ ..-.... 32,254 15,117
Poultry ...........~.. ............. .. ... 140,836 168,805
Eggs (dozen) ............ ... ........- ...- .......... .. 930,897 292,813
Honey (pounds) .........................-. .... ......... 3,010[ 844
Beeswax (pounds) ....... .. ...................... 651 49
$ 949,912

MARTIN

Number of Acres in County ................. ............. 354,813
Number of Acres in Farms .......................... ................ 194,761
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .. .......................... 3,363
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ............................ 106,066
Number of Acres in Improves Pasture ............................. 1,525
Value of Farm Machinery ........................... ..................$ 61,135
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ..... ............ ................. ...
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ................................ 35
Number of Tractors on Farms .................. ......................
Number of Water Works on Farms --.............................. 90
Number of Radio on Farms ................. -- ............. 62

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

r I [I
CROP ACRES I YIELD VALUE

Potatoes, Irish ............... 112 8,400 Bushels 1$ 20,725
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 21 1,440 3,080
Sugar Cane Syrup ....... 1 100 Gallons 100
Native Grass Hay .......... 15 30 Tons 600
Millet Hay ........... ....... ... 9 20 400
Natal Grass Hay .........-- 40 93 1,814
Para Grass Hay .......... 3 6 118
Velvet Beans ......3.. ... 3 20 Bushels 60
Onions .............................. 11 50 Crates 200
Pepper ............................ ... 461 16,813 34,750
Cabbage ............................ 8 1,770 3,205
Tomatoes .........................- 132 19,129 50,640
English Peas ....................I 3 80 185
Squash -.. ................. I 49j 4,700 8,600
Egg Plants .................. ... 101 1,860 3,330
Watermelons ...................... 44 12 Craloads 8,850
Cantaloupes ....................... 5 500 Crates 1,300
Beans (string) ................ 364 52,300 142,410
Beans (lima) .............. ........ 8 835 2,130
Cucumbers ...........................I 9 1,540 5,235
F erns ........................... ....... 101 ............ .. .......1 22,500
$ 310,232









AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees I Trees
Oranges .............---------------------- 4,7451 31,280 23,844$ 50,223
Lemons ...............---.------------.--- 8 95 50 150
Grapefruit .........---- .......- 1,682 50,571 50,905 97,455
Limes ......................--------------.. .. ..........---- 1,494 1,399 14,854
Coacoanuts ..............------..........--- 7,836 17,269 2,084
Figs ...... ... --............. ----------------- 137 118 118
Bananas ............... ------- ...... 3,032 t774 3,762
Peaches ..............--- ...----- -------- 1,663 1,413 1 n1,384 2,909
Pineapples .................................. 129 5,343 16,959
Mangoes ................... ........... 1,252 1,900 5,606
Japan Persimmons ................... 125 250 743
Avocado Pears .-.............. ............. 1,834| 2,104 11,694
Strawberries ......................- --- ..---------- $13 x900 485
Sapodillas ..........- -.......-. ---- --.........-- 217 100 559
Pears ..................... ..-.......... 11 7 b8 47
Guavas .....................---.-------.-............ 1,794 2,103 2,080
Sugar Apples ................... ......... ....... 96 90 271
Pecans ................... ----...... ...... 7 8 a20 12
Grapes ..................... -- ................ .. ........... al,139 116
Plums ..................... ..............2 1 2 7
$ 210,134
fBunches. tAcres. xQuarts. bBarrels. nBushels. aPounds.

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber Value

Horses .................... ......----- .. ---------...... 27 $ 2,215
M ules .......-............------------ ------- ........ 42 4,180
Hogs ..................-- ....--....--------------....49! 650
Dairy Cattle ..-...........-- .........-- -----.-- . ....... 215! 22,585
Stock Cattle ............ -------------------..... 661 10,330
Goats .....................--- - --- -------------.... -- .... 121 32
$ 39,992
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

Guernseys ..........................----------------..........------ 3 $ 300
Jerseys .....................- --------------- ... 52 3,400
$ 6,700
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

| Number Value

Hogs killed for Pork .-....-----------..--...-....--.- 25 $ 200
Milk (gallons) ........ ..--..---------. .......--.... .. 60,400 38,040
Butter (pounds) .................. ..... .... 2,0,00 100
Poultry ................-......----------------- ..... 21,405 24,737
Eggs (dozen) .........-- ----------.......... -----... 123,1171 54,062
Honey (pounds) .................-- .....................-- 6,310 629
Beeswax (pounds) ..................... ............................ 101 4
$ 117,772









STATE OF FLORIDA 85


NASSAU
Number of Acres in County........................... ............ 399,093
Number of Acres in Farms.......................... ................ 45,058
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................. 3,623
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber......................... 8,471
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture............................. 168
Value of Farm Machinery.......................... ............ $ 21,262
Number of Gas Engines on Farms............................ 14
Number of Electric Plants on Farms............ ........ .... 9
Number of Tractors on Farms.................................-. 7
Number of Water Works on Farms -.......................... 13
Number of Radio on Farms-.............. -.......... .... 10

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Sea Island.............. 131 2 Bales 1$ 200
Corn ......................... 1,597 37,389 Bushels 37,389
Potatoes, Irish ............... 14 990 1,355
Potatoes, Sweet -........... 438 54,280 54,280
Sugar Cane Syrup ............ 157 28,875 Gallons 28,875
Sorghum Syrup ........... 2 30 30
Field Peas ................ ...... 123 1,875 Bushels 2,230
Soy Beans ........................ 20 400 400
Field Pea Hay.............. 46 49 Tons 902
Native Grass Hay ............ 232 158 3,160
Kaffir Corn ............- ...... 1 5 "50
Peanuts .......................- 194 2,188 Bushels 4,625
Velvet Beans -................ 117[ 1,985 3,885
Velvet Bean Hay............... 1 1 Ton 10
Onions ..............---- ........ 1 75 Crates 120
Celery ........... ..... ...... 1 20 30
Cabbage ............... ........... 1 200 400
Tomatoes ........... ........... 1 40 60
English Peas .................. 1 50 100
Dasheens .......................... 37 3,030 Bushels 16,220
Watermelons ........-............ 341 10 Carloads 3,560
Beans (string) ............ .... 2 70 Crates 130
$ 158,011
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees I Trees
Oranges ............... ................. 456 125 112$ 224
Lemons .............. ................2 2 5 15
Grapefruit ...... ------- 2.................... 6 50 112
Figs ................. ..........---- -- .......... .....-----. 263 49 98
Peaches .................... ....... 312| 479 n650 1,750
Japan Persimmons .................... 628 506 1,461
Strawberries ........ .... ........... ... ... 1 x200 60
Pears ...................................... 185 3f6 b173 544
Guavas ..... ............................ --30 40 80
Sugar Apples ......................................-- -4 2 10








86 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


FRUITS AND NUTS-(Continued)
-I Non-I
Bearing Bearingi Crates Value
| Trees Trees |
Pecans .......- ........ .I 1,3481 1,588 a52,3001 12,490
Plums .......... 239 122 1191 1,081
Grapes [ ......-----.-- --- --- --- -- .-- .-..- -- .- a19,020| 1,739
Blueberries ..........--.- ... ... ... 1 201 .---- -... _...... ......... ..... . .
nBushels. SAcres. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds. $ 19,664

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number[ Value

H orses .. ........ ......- .......- .... ....- -....- ...... 161 $ 14,005
Colts .........- ..........- .. ... ...... 1 100
M ules ...................- .................... .-.. 1541 14,105
Mule Colts ... ........ -------------.. 1 100
Asses .................-- -------. .......--- .... .. ... 1 10
W ork Oxen --. ..... ....- ..-... ......... 78 2,675
Dairy Cattle .......----.. ......... ...... .... 79 3,595
Stock Cattle ..........--.....-..... ......... ..... 5,674 57,063
H ogs .................. ............|. 3 3,156p 15,998
Sheep .................. .......................... 1,2631 4,567
Goats ..................--..- ............. .... ...... 3981 439
$ 112,657
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

SNumber] Value
I I
H ereford .... ...- .....--.. .. ......... -- ---..----.. 11$ 100
Shorthorns .............-- ...... -- --- .....------ 3 130
H olsteins ....- .......... ...-...--- ....- .......-- -.... 41 300
Guernseys ..............-...- .......-..- ......-....... 3241 15,375
Jerseys ..............--- -.... -- .... ........ .... 871 3,915
Aberdeen Angus ..... ............................ 351 700
$ 20,520
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumberi Value

Cattle Slaughtered ............................. ............ 161$ 325
.Cattle sold Alive ...... ................ ........ .... 4541 4,034
Hogs killed for Pork ........................ 311 546
Hogs killed for Bacon ...... .. ........ ..... 3731 7,515
Hogs sold Alive .. ..................... ... 751 392
Poultry .............. ........ ... 101,4571 127,259
Eggs (dozen) .. ........................ 489,7841 167,597
M ilk (gallons) ................................................- ... 186,1001 94,097
Butter (pounds) ....... ..... ......... ...... 7801 270
Honey (pounds) .... ................- .' 201 6
W ool (pounds) -....-. ...................-..... ... --1,542 599
$ 402,640









STATE OF FLORIDA 87


OKALOOSA

Number of Acres in County................................. 709,716
Number of Acres in Farms ...................... .......... ..... 68,370
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .................... 22,358
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .................. 1,344
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ........................... 952
Value of Farm Machinery ........................... ......... 22,018
Number of Gas Engines on Farms .............................. 37
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ........................... 10
Number of Tractors on Farms ............ ................ 12
Number of Water Works on Farms .............................. 27
Number of Radio on Farms .................... ............. ..... 14

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES | YIELD VALUE

Cotton, Upland .................... 4.7791 1.776 Bales 1$ 106,560
Corn ............................... I 10,899 118,242 Bushels 118,242
Oats .................---........ 53 300 720
Rice ..................-- ----..... ...... 1{ 15 15
Potatoes, Irish ................... 12 407 889
Potatoes, Sweet ................ 442 40,713 40,713
Sugar Cane Syrup ............. 2971 42,094 Gallons 42,094
Field Peas ........................... 1461 1,258 Bushels 3,054
Soy Beans .......................... 4 12 73
Field Pea Hay ................... 499 69 Tons 1,930
Native Grass Hay .. .-...I.... 4341 224 4,800
Natal Grass Hay ........... 7 5 130
Peanuts ........... .... ....... 746 688 Bushels 8,147
Velvet Beans ................ 2,046 730 1,300
W atermelons ........ ...... ..-1 .......... Carloads 50
Cantaloupes ................. ..........-- ... Crates 50
Watermelon Seed .......... .. 1161 17,000 Pounds 3.400
$ 332,167
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
I Bearing | Bearing Crates 1 Value
STrees I Trees [
Oranges ................. ---- .- 35,5171 2,1591 491$ 98
L em ons ............ .................... 6 -...... ..... ..................... ..--- -
Grapefruit --........... ... .... ------- --------- I ..............------ -----------
Grapefruit .......... ............ 44 .................... ...9 44..
Lim es ................-- - .-- I.... -------- 271 19 44
Figs ..................... -- .-- ..... -..----- 1,5101 4331 2,064
Peaches -..........-.-.-..... 4,2161 3,5641 n3,3661 8,705
Japan Persimmons ........................... 4891 4201 503
Pears .................- ..... I 6,2841 3101 3251 1,002
Sugar Apples ................... --.................. 67 26 84
Pecans ................................ 10,794 5,390 a73,8621 16,523
G rapes ............................... ...... ....... ........... a39,6701 8,256
Plum s ................. -- .......... 865| 2,2731 2,1901 3,123
Blueberries ..........- .... ............... 164,5721 ................ 98,928


aPounds. nBushels.


$ 139,330








88 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I I
1 Number1 Value
1 I


Horses ...........--....-........ ..-.......... ......... ...
Colts ..............................---...... ........ .
M ules ............... ........ ......... ... ....... ...........
M ule Colts .................. ...................- ..... ...... ..
Asses .................... ..... .................. ......
Work Oxen .......... .................. ...---.......
H ogs ................ .. ....-............ ...... .. -...........
Sheep ............. ----.... .. --..- ........... ...................
Dairy Cattle ......- .... .---- ................. ............--.......
Stock Cattle ..... ............ .............................
G oats ....... .......... .................. .. .... ....... ....
Angora Goats .................... .....................


2401$
71
8861
41
11
801
12,8081
9,2951
9971
4,4481
1,055
131


17,211
425
77,145
275
25
3,490
44,326
36,217
41,610
46,239
701
800


$ 268,464
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
| Number Value

Herefords ............................ ..... ... ------ ........ 61$ 230
Holsteins .....................- .............. ..... ..- ...! 17 820
Guernseys ............... ... .................-- - 671 2,895
Jerseys .............--...-..-.................. ...... .. -- 71[ 3,215
$ 7,160
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I II
SNumberI Value
II___________________________I
Cattle exported Alive ......................--------.. 664 $ 6,585
Cattle sold Alive ............................--.............. 613 7,513
Cattle Slaughtered ................--..-..---------- -- .. 833 10,465
Hogs killed for Pork .............................. .......... 25 145
Hogs killed for Bacon ............................ ......... 1041 1,640
Hogs sold Alive .................................... .......-.. 3061 857
Sheep sold Alive ............. .........--...--- 1001 500
Wool (pounds) ----- ........ ..----.. 30,4701 10,968
Milk (gallons) ...---............ ....-----------.. ..--- 298,401 87,605
Butter (pounds) ------------ -....................---. --- 97,953 39,277
Poultry ................. ... ...... .........------ 60,328 33,574
Eggs (dozen) ............. ..... ............ ... 167,172 49,376
H oney (pounds) .................... .... ... -..-...-- 6,600 1,599
Beeswax (pounds) ............... ................... 451 26
$ 250,130

OKEECHOBEE

Number of Acres in County................... .. ............ .. 484,015
Number of Acres in Farms ....................................... 26,966
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation .......................... 1,488
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .................... 3,000
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .......................... 650
Value of Farm Machinery ............................... ................. $ 24,875
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ....--...--.....--. .......... 2
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ....---........5.............. 5
Number of Tractors on Farms ................... ..--- ............ 23
Number of Water Works on Farms .......-............- .......... 8
Number of Radio on Farms .................. .... .............. 5









STATE OF FLORIDA 89

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Corn ............................. 72 761 Bushels 1$ 1,527
Oats ............. .... .......... 1 50 100
Potatoes, Irish .................... 110 10,250 22,850
Potatoes, Sweet .............. 129 22,040 46,100
Sugar Cane Syrup .......... 11 1,350 Gallons 3,350
Sorghum Syrup ........ ... 2 215 347
Field Peas .................. ... 239] 2,496 Bushels 8,253
Soy Beans ..................... 1 25 150
Peanuts ............................ 7 100 400
Onions ..........................| 9 1,715 Crates 3,635
Celery ......... .............. ..........1 200 600
Pepper ...........- .........-..--- -----. 110 20,250 40,500
Cabbage -1....-...5...-----...... 145 10,616 "21,225
Tomatoes ..........-----............... 1131 27,550 41,410
English Peas ................. 14 2,550 5,300
Beets ................................ 4 400 800
Squash ................-- --... -....... 41 550 1,100
Egg Plants ........................... 951 7,075 9,855
Watermelons .................... 121 11 Carloads | 3,200
Beans (string) ...............| 334 42,480 Crates | 83,080
Beans (lima) --.......... ..... 371 20,450 16,600
Cucumbers .................. .. 21 4,420 8,895
$ 319,277
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- ]
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees |
Oranges ....... 4,594 9,121 2,195 $ 9,473
Lemons ................------.......- 2 142 289 679
Grapefruit ............................ -20 787 1,0181 5,447
Limes ..............----.---..... --............. 24 511 102
Bananas .........-.. .. ............... .... 86 t44 130
Avocado Pears ......................... 6 7 26
Guavas .................-----............... 250 206 320
Grapes ...........--. ---......--- ...... ....--.... a6,000 600
tBunches. aPounds. $ 16,777

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber] Value
I I
Horses .........--............----- ---..... ---------- ---- 1911$ 18,125
Colts ...................- .--- ---- -- --... ... 131 1,100
M ules ..................... ----........... ....-.. ....-..... 241 6,300
Asses ................ ........ ----------- ....-...-- 1 50
Hogs .........................-....... ..... ..... 9471 6,070
Sheep ............. .......-......... ........... .....- 9,2951 36,217
Dairy Cattle ............................. .....--.- ......I 1271 7,760
Stock Cattle ..........------- ....-....-...---- ..-- ...-- 9,9611 38,235
Goats ...-....................... .. ............ ------ -- 531 219
$ 114,076








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number( Value

Shorthorn ................... ... ........................... 1$ 100
H olsteins ..... ....... ...... ................ ...... ......... 221 1,250
Guernseys ........ .................... .. ......... 11 2,100
Jerseys ......... .. .......................... ...------- 467 12,765
Aberdeen Angus .....-.................--...... ...... ... 51 375
$ 16,590
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

INumber| Value
I I
Cattle Slaughtered .................................. ...... .. 751$ 750
Sheep sold Alive .............................. 50 150
W ool (pounds) .. ................... ....... ..... 660 200
Milk (gallons) -...--.......--............-.. 2,1001 1,180
Butter (pounds) .......... ......... .. ~.. ......- ...... 601 36
Poultry ............-- .. ..... .......... .. 7,5911 7,591
Eggs (dozen) ........... ......................... .. 6221 510
Honey (pounds) .....--- ... 14,4301 5,616
Beesw ax (pounds) ......... ......... : .....:.......-......-- 3,230, 2,700
$ 18,733

ORANGE
Number of Acres in County............. -..~. -.............. 513,907
Number of Acres in Farms............................... .................... 37,471
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ........................... 13,257
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .................. 25,971
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture...................... ... 4,511
Value of Farm Machinery.................. ........ .............. $317,889
Number of Gas Engines on Farms......................... ........ 89
Number of Electric Plants on Farms-.................. ........ 266
Number of Tractors on Farms...... ...- .......... 146
Number of Water Works on Farms..-..................... 255
Number of Radio on Farms................................................ 61
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES 1 YIELD VALUE

Corn ................... 742 12,878 Bushels$ 14,821
Potatoes, Irish ..........-- 45 4,027 7,556
Potatoes, Sweet .--- 34 2,182 4,675
Sugar Cane Syrup.... 2 270 Gallons 320
Field Peas ....... 48 446. Bushels 830
Soy Beans .............. 16 120 205
Field Pea Hay.............. .. 50 22 Tons 550
Native Grass Hay .......... 647 635 15,898
Millet Hay .........- ...... 6 3 75
Natal Grass Hay.-.......-- 29 34 825
Rye ............................ ...- 2 16 Bushels 20
Velvet Beans ........-..... ..- 481 62 127








STATE OF FLORIDA 91

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Onions .......... ...... 81 935 Crates 725
Lettuce -............. ....| 3061 109,764 99,275
Celery ..................... 53 19,149 19,712
Pepper ................... . 606 120,068 "304,853
Cabbage ........................... 193 51,220 36,909
Tomatoes ........................... 76 13,704 7,922
English Peas .................. 46 1,953 5,827
Beets ................. ... ....... 10 978 1,641
Squash ............ .........-...... 15 1,956 1,983
Egg Plants ......... .......-- 321 3,406 "6,026
Romaine .................... ...... 701 31,334 19,532
Watermelons ................... 136 43 Carloads 9,285
Cantaloupes .-.......--..-.-- 1 25 Crates 50
Beans (string) ............... 128 16,490 27,414
Beans (lima) .................. 7 275 599
Cucumbers ........................ 1,079 252,012 380,271
Okra ......... .......................... 15 372 716
Escarole .......... ....... 1 92 52,178 "47,117
Bulbs ...................... 20 1,139,000 Bulbs 23,000
Ferns .. ...... ........ 630 -- .............. 7.. 7,710
$1,046,469
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees i
Oranges ....... ......-... ........I 481,2731 767,867 1,062,502 $1,394,439
Lemons ..............--.-. ..-..I 2 44 64 92
Grapefruit .......- ....--.. 15,885 129,684 276,495 288,839
Limes ............... -- .......... ----- 27 19 44
Figs .............. ................. -- 114 47 69
Bananas ............. .. ........ .. 3,310 1674 493
Peaches -............ .. .........- 154 449 n186 361
M angoes .............. .... .......--- 57 22 44
Japan Persimmons .................... 602 242 536
Avocado Pears ......... .....------ 123 103 206
Strawberries ...... ..................... $2 x6,840 1,719
Pears ............ ........... 91 15 b7 23
Guavas ... ..... -........ ------------ 267 439 363
Pecans .................... 4441 412 al,545 432
Grapes ............... .. --.. ........-.. .....I-- a7,630 1,211
Plum s ................. |...... ........... 5 71 20 65
Blackberries ........----- .. ..- .............. $7 ............. 1,230
$1,690,166
MBunches. nBushels. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds. SAcres.

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
1 I
I Number Value
____________I __ I __


153 $ 10,435
1 25
521 83,365


H orses .............. ......... .... ........- ...
C olts ........................... ............. .------- -..
M ules ..................... .. .----- . ....


--------









AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927-(Continued)
I I
INumberl Value
I I
Mule Colts .........-................. ............. 4 565
Hogs ......... ....... .... ............... ............. 303 2,298
Dairy Cattle ----......... ------ ...................... ......- 2,921 102,829
Stock Cattle ....... ---....... ........................... 156 4,324
Goats ...... ....... ......... ............................ 9 24
R abbits ................................................ ................... 12 12
$ 203,877
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)
I I
I Number Value
I I
H olsteins .............. ................ .. ...... .. ....... 631$ 5,685
Guernseys ......... ............... .............. .. .... 57 4,800
Jerseys .............. .... ............... .. 1,202 197,908
$ 208,393
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I I
Number Value

Cattle sold Alive .................................. 75 $ 450
Cattle Slaughtered ............ ..... ........... .... ........ 2 44
H ogs killed for Pork........................... .................... 102 2,607
M ilk (gallons) ......-.. ....... ............................. 521,301 303,870
Butter (pounds) ............................................. 13,260 6,967
Poultry .......................... ...... ..... ........... 103,658 89,130
Eggs (dozen) ................... ................................ 144,930 58,207
Honey (pounds) .......-- ...-- ....-- ................................. 9,168 1,593
Beeswax (pounds) .................................................. 20 7
$ 462,875

OSCEOLA

Number of Acres in County....... ........ ....... ..................... 850,942
Number of Acres in Farms ............... .............. .... 11,687
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................... 4,547
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ............................ 190
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ........--....................- 936
Value of Farm Machinery ................- .................-.......$ 51,565
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ---.................. ............ 1
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ................................. 3
Number of Tractors on Farms ......... ...... .................... 66
Number of Water Works on Farms ............. .............. 12
Number of Radio on Farms ................................ 6
FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD VALUE

Corn ...................................... 260 8,411 Bushels $ 9,266
Potatoes, Irish ................. 40 1,685 2,810
Potatoes, Sweet .................. 91 5,199 9,255
Field Peas ........................ 102 1,158 2,184








STATE OF FLORIDA 93


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS--(Continued)
I I I
CROP ACRES | YIELD I VALUE

Cassava ............................. 1[ 3 Tons 64
Lettuce ................. ..- .......- 1 20 Crates 30
Pepper .......................-------- 11 250 400
Cabbage .............-----.... .. --- 17 170 "55
Tomatoes ..............-.....-... 7 1,645 "1,940
English Peas .............. 3 70 | 136
Egg Plants ........................ 3 150 "600
Watermelons ..................... 17 1 Carload 875
Beans (string) ............... 53 5,775 Crates 8,540
Cucumbers ............ .............1 25 "50
$ 36,205

FRUITS AND NUTS
1 Non-
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees
Oranges ..........-- .....-- .....--- 48,860[ 163,0041 191,135[$ 221,961
Lem ons .............................- ......--------- 761 81 180
Grapefruit ............ ..--------.. 669 28,127 61,653 73,679
Limes ............... .................... 199 483 924
Figs ......... ... ------------------- --------------- 11 21 8
Bananas ............... .... ...-------------- .....- 5,6121 1t,527[ 4,534
Peaches .........................--------.... 128 97 n911 382
M angoes ................................................. 171 281 112
Japan Persimmons ... ............ 31| 39 88
Avocado Pears .............- ...... ....... ........ 1| 21 8
Strawberries .....................-- .....-. -- $161 x14,8001 3,785
Pears ............... ......... ... 301 221 b431 330
Pecans ...............................-.... 331 1361 a3,8661 793
Grapes .......... ..............------ .... ...--. ..-- -- --- .. I a3151 37
$ 306,821
fBunches. SAcres. xQuarts. aPounds. bBarrels. nBushels.

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

Number Value

Horses -........... .....------- ----.......... 594$ 25,148
Colts ........--............ ........-------.. .... ...26 476
Mules .. ......................--- ----.......76 6,460
Asses ........... .......--------- .. 41 65
Hogs .............................. 2,122 15,576
Sheep .-................ .. -----. --.-...... .... ... ..... 1,658 4,755
Dairy Cattle ................ ..... ........ ....... 709 42,052
Stock Cattle ............... .................. ...... 32,882 584,610
Goats ........................------- .......... .... I 731 96
Angora Goats ..................-~.....- ---... .--.. 101 100
$ 679,338








94 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

I I
I Number! Value

Holstein ....................... ...........-- ... 11$ 40

MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

SNumber! Value

Cattle sold Alive ................ ................ ..... .... 6,5931$ 92,380
Cattle Slaughtered ... ................ ......... 3,4161 21,746
Hogs killed for Pork ...... ............ ......--.. 432J 5,273
Hogs sold Alive ............. ..... ... I..... 4701 4,687
Sheep sold Alive ... ................... ...-... 3041 1,040
Sheep sold for Mutton ....-.......... ..-......... 45[ 175
W ool (pounds) ... .......................... ... 1,1211 370
Milk (gallons) ......-. ..... ... ... ...-- ..-......- 269,8801 149.278
Butter (pounds) -...... ...-...................- 26,1421 14,668
Poultry ..............~.. ....................... ....... ... 56,4071 57,378
Eggs (dozen) ... ..- .................... ....-- -- . 172,9641 71,077
Honey (pounds) ...... ........................... ... 3,6301 702
Beeswax (pounds) .............................. ....... 501 13
$ 418,787

PALM BEACH

Number of Acres in County.................. .. .......... 1,447,550
Number of Acres in Farms .................... ........... .... ... 91,670
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................ 10,835
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber ....................... 80
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture ............................ 1,785
Value of Farm Machinery .............. ...~. ..-... ............ $231,076
Number of Gas Engines on Farms ...................... 47
Number of Electric Plants on Farms ~......................... 16
Number of Tractors on Farms .......... ............................ 113
Number of Water Works on Farms ...................... 45
Number of Radio on Farms ............. ............. .... 12

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRESi YIELD VALUE

Corn ...................-....- .. 585 9,439 Bushels 1$ 16,236
Potatoes, Irish ..............-..I 684 54,319 110,200
Potatoes, Sweet .................. 25 450 1,100
Sugar Cane Syrup .............. 269 ............. Gallons |........-
Field Peas .................. ... 30 1,097 Bushels 1,155
Japanese Cane .................... 60 Tons 600
Peanuts ............................... 1,106 5,250 Bushels 5,725
Onions ......................----..... 14 3,527 Crates 5,266
Lettuce ............................... 4 05 710
Pepper .... ........................... 363 55,132 80,705
Cabbage -........................I 49 3,300 4,110








STATE OF FLORIDA 95


FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS-(Continued)

CROP ACRES I YIELD VALUE
__ I
Tomatoes ....... -- ...-. 2,9391 217,918 211,889
English Peas .................. 184 11,443 16,787
Beets ........................... ......... 3 450 770
Squash ....................... ....... 30 1,800 2,903
Egg Plants ......................... 84 12,408 16,245
Romaine ............................... 1 200 300
Watermelons ............... ... 69 15 Carloads 4,600
Cantaloupes ....................... 1 100 Crates 200
Beans (string) .................... 5,935 509,011 531,215
Beans (lima) ..-- ...... 235 26,090 43,754
Cucumbers ...................... 103 4,195 5,775
Okra -........................ ...- 7 360 700
Ferns ... .... ....... ...... ...... 50 ................ ................. 137,262
$1,198,207
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
Bearing BearingI Crates I Value
I Trees Trees __
Oranges -.........- ... 30,573 19,819 138,010 $ 236,262
Lemons ....... ----- -.... ....--- | 1 20 32 31 125
Grapefruit ................. 8,832 8,329 1,758 1,715
Lim es .................... .................I....... 267 287 725
Cocoanuts ........ ---........... ................ 44,275 *108,246 82,600
F igs ......... ... ................ ..... -- .... 4 5 10
Bananas .................. ............. 20,245 t9,990 9,022
Pineapples ...... ........ |........ 1. t 201 13,050 25,125
Peaches ....................- ..... ......... 12[ 12 60
Mangoes ...............-........ ............... 1,8811 1,132 4,195
Japan Persimmons ........................- 13 3 12
Avocado Pears ........... .................. 2,587 11,070 27,990
Sapodillas .......... .. .......... .............. 219 3 30
Guavas .......................... .......... ..... 1,281 1,170 3,590
Sugar A pples ....... .. .......... ............ 1 4 15
Pecans ........... ............... 80 ............. ...... ..
Grapes ........... ..... .......... ................ ..--- a3001 45
*Nuts. tBunches. $Acres. aPounds. $ 391.521

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

SNumber Value

H orses ............--....... ........ ...... ........... 1361$ 32,855
Colts ................ .. ...............--------------- .......... 5 325
M ules ......................... ..- I 801 10,825
M ule Colts -.....~............. ....... ........... 31 250
Asses ..................--------. .. 11 100
H ogs ...-............. .- .. ... ................. 191 220
Dairy Cattle ......... ........ .. ............................. 2,6971 153,281
Stock Cattle ....................................... 1041 2,245
$ 200,101







AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number Value

Herefords ..........----- ................... ...... 31$ 300
Holsteins ......... .. ........- ... ............. ..... ........ .. 1561 13,500
Guernseys ..................... ........ ......................... 245| 9,200
Jerseys ....................................... .................... 1,357 124,250
$ 147,250
MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES
I I
| Number Value
I I
Cattle exported Alive ............ ............... .......- .. 2001$ 6,000
Cattle sold Alive ................................ ......-.... 2061 6,395
Cattle Slaughtered ......... ...................................... 381 809
Hogs killed for Bacon ..................... ................ 21 20
M ilk (gallons) .................. .............................. 774,7391 289,483
Butter (pounds) ..................... ....... ............ 150 75
Poultry ................. .......................I 54,1901 30,004
Eggs (dozen) .......................... ....................... I 95,3761 31,888
Honey (pounds) ....-...-........... .... ................I...... 25,1201 4,591
$ 369,265

PASCO
Number of Acres in County........................... .397,755
Number of Acres in Farms.................. ................. 55,042
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation............................... 5,158
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber......................... 861
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture......................... ............
Value of Farm Machinery......... ......... .............$ 25,075
Number of Gas Engines on Farms....--.......................... 14
Number of Electric Plants on Farms................................ 5
Number of Tractors on Farms................... .................. 13
Number of Water Works on Farms.................................. 15
Number of Radio on Farms......................... ............. 2

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS


CROP


I ACRES I


Corn .................................-- 4,4
O ats ..................................
Rice .................................
Potatoes, Irish .................
Potatoes, Sweet ................ 2,
Sugar Cane Syrup..............
Sorghum Syrup ..................
Field Peas .....................
Soy Beans ....................
Field Pea Hay ...........-.....
Native Grass Hay........
Millet Hay ......................


YIELD


60
4,390
29,795
4,924
300
5,724
245
86
93
3


VALUE


Gallons
"1
Bushels

Tons
"


120
5,415
31,650
5,680
280
11,135
580
2,210
2,550
90








STATE OF FLORIDA 97

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS--(Continued)

CROP ACRES [ YIELD | VALUE

Natal Grass Hay.............. 10 10 200
Para Grass Hay --............... 2 60 500
Kaffir Corn ......-- ....-..-... 45 22 1,590
Japanese Cane --........-..... 23 29 390
Cassava ............................. 3 13 290
Peanuts ............................... -199 2,296 Bushels 4,750
Velvet Beans ....... ........... 147 985 2,530
Velvet Bean Hay-............ 491 45 Tons 1,100
Onions ................................. 1 74 Crates 140
Pepper ................................ 7 1,200 2,200
Cabbage ............................. 9 1,400 1,500
Tomatoes ........-...-............ 81 2,950 2,575
Squash ............................ 6 475 475
Egg Plants .......................- 16 2,517 | 4,813
W atermelons ...................- 1221 13 Carloads 1 5,709
Cantaloupes .....................-. 17 1,500 Crates 1,910
Beans (string) --........-- 43 4,598 4,523
Beans (lima) ...................... 4 183 270
Cucumbers ................ .- 18 3,316 3,500
Chufas .........-.....- 181 1,934 Bushels 3,868
$ 132,751
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non- I
Bearing Bearing Crates Value
STrees Trees
Oranges ................................... 111,0411 597,8251 157,137 $ 170,426
Lemons ............ .. 27 24 19 35
Grapefruit ...................... 6,151 47,922 85,032 77,845
Limes --...............---- ....-- ................ 5,658 400 2,915
Figs .............-- ... .............-- 84 28 105
Bananas ........... ..... .............. 532 t391 352
Pineapples .........-....... ... ............ $5 10 30
Peaches ...............--........------ 284 2,735 n1,578 3,041
Japan Persimmons ........... ............. 1,269 373 1,393
Avocado Pears ..... .......- .............- 376 5201 1,730
Strawberries .....--- ............-............... $11 x24,8501 5,910
Pears .................................. 87 231 b117 463
Guavas ................................ ................ 861 48 131
Pecans ..................--...... 3481 579 a6,565 2,658
Grapes ....a........... -- ------ ..- .....---------- ---- a15,987 2,516
Plum s ................ .. ............. 161 62 31 73
B lackberries ........................... ............ ................ 216
$ 269,839
tBunches. $Acres. nBushels. xQuarts. bBarrels. aPounds.
LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927
I 1
| Numbers Value

Horses ..................................-- 5121$ 28,525
Colts ......................---....... -- ............ ...--- .. 21 840
M ules ...................--....--...-- ... .. ......... .. 234 24,040
M ule Colts .................................. .........- ....- ....- 6 500

4-Agri. Stat.








AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927-(Continued)

Number| Value

Asses ........ ............. ..- ...................- 3 75
W ork Oxen .................................. ...... ........ 2 100
Hogs ....--.............---- .. -..... ----- ......... 6,170 32,309
Sheep .........................................---... 38 200
Dairy Cattle .....-- ........... ...............................- 668 47,750
Stock Cattle .........-....-.............. -..- -----......... 9,902 100,675
Goats ...................... --... ....... ............ 705 840
Rabbits .......... ....-- ......- .... ---.... ..... .. ..... 105 535
$ 236,389
PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

[Numberj Value
I I
Shorthorns ................ ...... .... ................ 11 $ 385
Devons .................... ............................ ............. 4 210
Holsteins ................... .............................- 71 3,407
G uernseys ..... ....................................................... 8 390
Jerseys .... .................. ..- ................... 963 57,475
$ 61,867
1MSCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

Numbers Value

Cattle sold Alive .............................. .......... 687 $ 7,259
Cattle Slaughtered ......................... ......... ......... 1,196 20,780
Hogs killed for Pork.................................... 1,881 22,127
Hogs killed for Bacon.......-......... ................. 256 1,790
Hogs sold Alive .................--- .. ......... 364 2,682
Sheep sold Alive .................. .........--. 38 380
Milk (gallons) ............... ....... .......... ......... 467,715 175,259
Butter (pounds) ......................... ................ .... 47,150 20,408
Cheese (pounds) ........-..................................... 900 405
Poultry ......... ........ ..... ..... .......... ...... 121,698 120,514
Eggs (dozen) ....................................... ---.... 44,572 131,730
Honey (pounds) ............... ... ....................... 4,050 829
Beeswax (pounds) ............-.....~....... ..... ..... 4 1
$ 504,164

PINELLAS
Number of Acres in County................ ....................... 131,393
Number of Acres in Farms................. ........ ..... 22,837
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation....................... 13,069
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber........................ 377
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture.................-.....-...-- 7
Value of Farm M achinery....................................... ............. 149,473
Number of Gas Engines on Farms................................. 149
Number of Electric Plants on Farms..........................-.... 52
Number of Tractors on Farms....-.............--.. ............ 104
Number of Water Works on Farms................................... 235
Number of Radio on Farms.................. ................ 69









STATE OF FLORIDA 99

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS

CROP ACRES YIELD I VALUE
tI I
Corn ................................ 48 960 Bushels $ 1,337
Potatoes, Irish ............. 2 400 700
Field Peas .................. 3 70 230
Cabbage ........... .......... 1 100 Crates 100
Watermelons ........ ..... 9 7 Carloads 2,790
Ferns .................. ... ....... 3 ............... ................ 1,500
$ 6,657
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-
Bearing] Bearing Crates Value
Trees Trees __
Oranges ................................. 88,776 264,335 339,077 $ 382,380
Grapefruit ........................... 49,723 307,173 668,470 750,271
Lim es .................................... ............. 8 5 25
Bananas .......... .......................... 6,050 t200 150
Peaches ............... .......... 1001 140 n23 50
Mangoes ........................- 14 ................ ........
Japan Persimmons .-....... .............. 34 3 15
Avocado Pears ...... ... ...... 759 ..... ...... ................
Pears ......... --.......- -..... -.... ...- 46 1 3
Pecans ................................... 74 183 al,194 593
Blackberries .......................... ....-- ................. 515
tBunches. nBushels. aPounds. $Acres. $1,134,002

LIVE STOCK ON HAND, JULY 1, 1927

| Number Value
i I
H orses ................... .-----... .............__ -- .......--- 138 $ 8,950
Colts ......................... ...-........... ...3 95
Mules ........................... ......... -- ...... 252 22,550
Hogs ................................. ....... 1,401 11,279
Dairy Cattle ... ...... ..... ........ ............ 1,215 75,480
Stock Cattle .........................-....... 219 2,425
Goats ............. -----------................... --- -------... 10 30
$ 120,809

PURE-BRED CATTLE
(Including All Grades Above Three-quarters.)

Number[ Value
f I
Holsteins ........--.........------.--- 201 $ 17,000
Guernseys .......---........ ......-------- 89 13,550
Jerseys ...........-. ......-------- ......--- 1,605 141,860
$ 172,410









100 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


MISCELLANEOUS FARM SALES

I Number Value
I I
Cattle sold Alive ..-.................. ..- ........... ..... 218$1 13,416
Cattle Slaughtered ................ --...... .....-........ 1661 4,370
Hogs killed for Pork....................................... 51 114
Hogs sold Alive ........................ ............. 5311 10,430
Milk (gallons) ............. ............. .......- 709,5161 458,387
Poultry .................. ................. ..... ............ 54,207 59,327
Eggs (dozen) ............ ................. ..... ....- ... 379,050 151,591
Honey (pounds) ..-... ............ ...- ........... 17,0401 3,477
$ 701,112


POLK

Number of Acres in County.............. ................1,153,965
Number of Acres in Farms..... ....................... ... ...... ...... 357,605
Number of Acres in Actual Cultivation.............................. 10,939
Number of Acres in Merchantable Timber .................... 5,267
Number of Acres in Improved Pasture .....-..................... 4,407
Value of Farm Machinery.................................-....-$ 591,512
Number of Gas Engines on Farms.................................... 142
Number of Electric Plants on Farms.................................. 45
Number of Tractors on Farms....................... ............... 350
Number of Water Works on Farms............................. 251
Number of Radio on Farms...................... ................ 20

FIELD AND TRUCK CROPS
II I
CROP ACRES YIELD I VALUE
I I
Corn ............-.......-- 5,166 81,013 Bushels $ 82,630
Oats ...............................- 30 413 433
Rice .... .. ............ ........ 3 200 300
Potatoes, Irish -.......-.. 393 32,970 54,385
Potatoes, Sweet ...... 546 50,931 92,779
Sugar Cane Syrup.......... 28 2,915 Gallons 3,676
Sorghum Syrup .............. 5 310 408
Field Peas ................. 729 10,333 Bushels 19,242
Soy Beans ................-... 8 101 208
Field Pea Hay ................ 49 134 Tons 2,680
Native Grass Hay.......... 288 400 7,825
Natal Grass Hay............. 12 22 440
Sorghum Hay .............. 30 60 900
Peanuts .............. .......... 59 795 Bushels 1,805
Velvet Beans ........ ... 67 776 1,470
Onions ..........-.......----- 4 265 Crates 432
Lettuce ................- 26 8,120 10,220
Celery ........................ ..... .. 2 600 1,200
Pepper ................... ... ..... 125 24,289 38,283
Cabbage ...........................I.. 394 114,595 82,393
Tomatoes ...................... 415 33,722 44,424
English Peas ................ 13 883 1,414
Squash ...................... .... 57 5,287 5,866




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