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Volume 36


Agricultural Statistics

of

Florida

1924


SUPPLEMENT TO QUARTERLY BULLETIN

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
July, 1926






NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


Number 3












PREFACE
To help answer the many inquiries about the Agri-
cultural possibilities in Florida, it has been decided to
issue this bulletin, which is a compilation from the
Eighteenth Biennial Report of the Department of Agri-
culture. All that has been done is to bring together, in
a more usable form, the data for each County. The
data is now two years old, but it is the best obtainable,
for under the new law no new enumeration will be
made till 1927 and the data obtained then can not be
published before 1928.
It will be noticed that no data is given for twenty-
two counties. Some of these were created after the
enumeration was made and the others were unable to
obtain an enumerator for the price paid. The best
thing to do when data is wanted where no enumeration
was made is to use that for the County nearest to the
one wanted. The law under which the next enumera-
tion will be taken is given herein. The enumeration
and the list of the enumerators, who gathered the
data for the Eighteenth Biennial Report, 1924, is
printed in this report for information.

NATHAN MAYO,
Commissioner of Agriculture.














4


AGRICULTURAL CENSUS ENUMERATORS AND THEIR POSTOFFICE
ADDRESSES--1926.


COUNTY ENUMERATOR POSTOFFICE


Alachua.................... ...... E. G. Spencer............................ Alachua, Fla.
Baker.............................. Dennis Finley............................ Lake Butler, Fla., R. F. D
Bay.................................. J. J. Pollock............................ Panama City, Fla.
Bradford......................... L. H. Futch............................... Lawtey, Fla.
Brevard.......................... Mrs. P. M. Childers................ Cocoa, Fla.
Broward.............. ............. .... ...... ......
Calhoun.......................... E. C. Pridgeon........................... Wewahitchka, Fla.
Charlotte........................... .........................................
Citrus............................. William Brooks......................... Brooksville, Fla.
Clay................................. F. F. Hadsock........................... Green Cove Springs, Fla.
C ollier............................. ................................................
Columbia....................... W. W. Tolbert.......................... Lake City, Fla
Dade................................ C. Z. Saunders......................... Homestead, Fla.
DeSoto............................S. J. Simmons.......................... Arcadia, Fla.
Dixie................................ E. H. Sauls................................ Fletcher, Fla.
Duval.............................. C. R. Thebaut........................... Jacksonville. FJa.
Escambia....................... Lames A. Lowry..................... Pensacola, Fla.
Flagler............................ ............... ...................... A ch o F
Franklin................ .. Hal Hoffman............................. Apalachicola, Fla.
Gadsden.......................... E. B. Arnold............................ Chattahoochee, Fla.
G lades................................. .......................................
Hamilton........................ R. J. Bush................................. Jasper, Fla.
Hardee............................ Hosea Albritton....................... Wauchula, Fla.
Hendry............................ E. L. Stallings........................... LaBelle, Fla.
H ern an do..................... .......... .............................. ......
H igh lan ds................................... ....................................
Hillsborough.............. B. L. Blackburn.................... Tampa, Fla.
Holmes........................... G. T. Boswell............................ Bonifay, Fla.
Jackson......................... A. R. Padgett........................... Marianna, Fla.
Jefferson........................ L. W. Sledge............................ Monticello, Fla.
Lafayette....................... J. P. Abbott.............................. Mayo, Fla.
L ak e................................ ... ........... ...... ....... ...
Lee................................... H. H. Tussey............................. Alva, Fla.
Leon................................. Mrs. M. G. Johnson................ Chaires, Fla.
L ev y ................................. ....... ................ ............... ..
L ib erty ...................... .... ..........................................
Madison.......................... H. R. Fox............................... Madison, Fla.
Manatee......................... S. L. Young................................ Fort Green, Fla.
Marion............................ Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle................ Ocala, Fla.
M onroe............................... ......................................
Nassau........................... D. H. Petree........................ .... Callahan, Fla.
Okaloosa...................... I. S. Boles.............. ..... Baker, Fla.
Okeechobee..................... W. W. Chandler........................ Okeechobee, Fla.
Palm Beach .................. Harry P. Witherington............ Apopka, Fla.
Osceola.......................... H. N. Bratton.......................... Kissimmee, Fla.
Orange............................ J. A. Dew .............. ..... West palm Beach, Fla.
Pasco............................ T. H. Pike............................. San Antonio, Fla.
Pinellas........................... John C. Barnes........................ Clearwater, Fla.
Polk................................ J. E. Bryant.............................. Kathleen, Fla.
Putnam............................ S. S. Keen.................................. Lake City, Fla.
St. Johns........................ M. J. McMahon.......................... Mill Creek, Fla.
St. Lucie........................ George T. Tippin..................... Vero, Fla.
Santa Rosa.................... W. R. Crowson.......................... Mulat, Fla.
Sarasota.......................... Miss Annie Biggs........ ......... Sarasota. Fla.
S em in ole......................... ..................................... ....... .....
Sumter........................... H. B. Eddins.............................. Bushnell, Fla
Suwannee....................... J. H. McLeod............................. Dowling Park, Fla.
Taylor............................. W. E. Vann......................... Shady Grove, Fla.
Union............................. M. M. Hale....................... .... Dukes, Fla.
Volusia.......................... Otto R. Kirchof........................ DeLeon Springs, Fla.
Wakulla........................ S. L. Moore................................ Ben Haden, Fla.
Walton............................ E. Ward.................................. Argyle, Fla.
Washington....................T. E. Russ................................. Vernon, Fla.













SUMMARY OF TOTALS


IFruits and Miscellan-
County Farm Crops Nuts Poultry eous

Alachua ................ $3,065,702 $ 115,459 $ 205,095 $ 237,197
Baker .................... 178,385 13,845 12,371 5,220
Bay ........................ 14,414 3,292 76,810 27,041
Brevard ................ 86,773 1,058,725 60,801 60,401
Bradford .............. 270,620 69,636 32,225 20,243
B row ard ................ ................. .. ................ .................. ..................
Calhoun ................ 473,039 19,374 60,181 75,238
C h arlotte .............. .................. .................. .................. ..................
Citrus ................... 88,158 37,546 42,175 19,310
Clay ..................... 166,857 32,481 99,416 18,760
C ollier .................... .............. .. ............... .............. ... ...............
Columbia .............. 8,006,1 2 22,431 132,836 43,992
Dade ................ 2,024,057 1,994,426 368,611 1,511,892
DeSoto ................. 85,228 645,503 84,495 165,051
Dixie ...................... 58,497 .................. 8,786 150
Duval .................... 202,819 343,907 966,238 1,012,856
Escambia .............. 283,713 61,400 335,365 213,000
F lagler .................. .................. .................. .................. ..................
Franklin ................ 11,939 8,066 22,656 10,500
Gadsden ................ 1,316,038 11,567 131,060 46,244
G lades .................... .................. ................... ................. .................
Hamilton .............. 497,107 .................. 64,002 ..................
Hardee ................. 613,561 652,358 105,813 204,605
Hendry .................. 82,653 66,573 20,917 11,165
Hernando .............. .................. ..................
H ig h lan ds ............ .................. .................. .................. ..................
Hillsborough ........ 915,714 2,507,159 1,272,943 748,784
Holmes ............... 522,078 26,833 77,238 94,023
Jackson ............... 1,567,165 ................. 118,699 36,182
Jefferson .............. 716,959 68,646 91,046 53,954
LaFayette ............ 56,243 3,093 19,559 5,595
Lake ...................... 582,619 2,444,355 173,000 159,990
Lee ................. 950,059 1,101,813 227,739 124,074
Leon ...................... 828,646 40,363 103,488 126,753
Levy .................... ........................................ .... .....
L iberty .................. .................. .................. ................. .......... .
Madison ................ 860,250 ................... 108,845 ..................
Manetee ................ 504,742 228,890 69,005 37,846
Marion .................. 5,172,625 1,175,820 194,488 103,691













SUMMARY OF TOTALS
(Continued)


Fruits and Miscellan-
County Farm Crops Nuts Poultry eous
M onroe ........... ..... $ ............. .... $... ....... .. ....... ... .... ..
Nassau ................. 107,066 3,430 62,296 92,534
Okaloosa ............ 249,842 11,887 30,028 29,943
Okeechobee .......... 48,176 22,786 26,611 25,633
Orange ................. 786,375 1,325,615 182,089 229,650
Osceola ................. 157,089 188,923 52,907 40,623
Palm Beach .......... 1,039,195 1,771,814 15,816 ..................
Pasco ............... 231,039 319,126 193,753 224,629
Pinellas ................ 32,884 869,556 60,647 10,286
Polk ...................... 567,878 3,917,130 476,342 650,206
Putnam ................ 130,177 354,046 225,661 17,898
Santa Rosa .......... 456,371 35,598 111,869 83,281
Sarasota ................ 20,967 19,502 9,630 16,901
Sem inole .............. ................. ................... ................. ..................
St. Johns ............. 1,305,301 82,210 86,854 69,464
St. Lucie ............... 353,883 628,821 45,394 ...............
Sumter ................. 1,317,199 69,000 60,236 29,123
Suwannee .............. 585,289 8,856 65,730 99,842
Taylor .................. 66,785 154 18,821 ..................
Union .................... 263,297 15,059 49,896 10
Volusia ................. 496,430 1,602,480 567,600 ..................
Wakulla ................ 153,074 .................. 37,437 5,172
Walton ................. 588,282 46,931 95,637 28,749
Washington .......... 424,629 19,150 61,379 108,918
'I.












SUMMARY OF TOTALS

Pure Bred I
County I Live Stock Cattle I Hogs Sheep | Goats
Alachua ........ $1,041,725 $180,870 $ 164,738 $ 4,140 1$ 5,604
Baker ............ 78,024 905 8,902 275 325
Bay .............. 63,423 125 9,513 558 305
Brevard ........ 138,461 24,200 1,835 .............. 15
Bradford ...... 68,688 9,970 9,124 100 1,057
B row ard ...... ....... ........... ................ ................ .............. .....
Calhoun ........ 232,774 5,760 35,423 1,317 2,090
Charlotte ...... .................. .............. .. ................ ......... ..............
Citrus ............ 83,750 11,037 15,880 249 1,008
Clay .............. 152,605 7,420 14,087 2,750 686
C ollier .......... .................. ................ .............. .. .............. ..............
Columbia ...... 420,079 13,170 92,639 .............. 1,382
Dade ............ 627,363 317,661 2,015 .............. 79
DeSoto .......... 338,377 52,930 14,391 280 550
Dixis ............ 70,025 200 22,875 .............. 278
Duval ............ 648,509 50,540 32,179 7,945 2,168
Escambia .... 447,709 54,311 38,335 5,093 3,648
F lagler ........ ................ ....... ......... ... .. .............. .....
Franklin ...... 16,360 200 1,409 ............. 401
Gadsden ........ 335,489 29,245 51,047 75 266
G lades .......... ............ ................ ...... .. .......... ...... ........
Hamilton .... 165,000 5,200 21,804 .............. 395
Hardee .......... 368,003 5,443 23,598 2,500 14
Hendry ........ 252,949 100 3,724 ........... ..............
Hernando .... ................ .. ................. .............. ..............
H highlands .... ...... .. .... ........... ............... ............. . ...
Hillsborough 762,628 224,312 63,721 5,042 25,147
Holmes ........ 299,743 9,742 46,986 7,704 1,107
Jackson ........ 842,685 20,315 97,710 .............. 1,843
Jefferson ...... 315,452 15,820 65,582 50 196
Lafayette .... 75,506 1,685 18,000 .............. 356
Lake .............. 198,500 ................ 5,800 .............. 250
Lee ................ 132,326 825 5,930 .............. 80
Leon ............ 474,465 27,560 40,482 350 644
L evy ............. ................. ................................ .. . ... .... ..........
L ib erty ........ .................. ................ .......... ........... .. .....
Madison ........ 319,880 17,855 49,547 40 690
Manatee ...... 174,503 2,630 17,707 2,400 1,106
Marion .......... 601,155 98,300 39,674 10,236 1,928
M onroe ....... .................. ............... ................ .............. ..............














SUMMARY OF TOTALS
(Continued)


County

Nassau ..........
Okaloosa ......
Okeechobee
Orange ........
Osceola ........
Palm Beach
Pasco ............
Pinellas ........
Polk .............
Putnam ........
Santa Rosa ..
Sarasota ......
Seminole ......
St. John ........
St. Lucie ......
Sumter ........
Suwannee ....
Taylor ..........
Union ..........
Volusia ........
Wakulla ......
Walton ..........
Washington


I Live Stock

$ 163,256
141,926
248,088
351,525
481,205
282,965
257,377
79,005
1,009,217
110,240
261,847
22,230
..................
195,298
149,350
176,034
163,233
56,978
154,818
897,045
113,736
320,777
309,686


Pure Bred
Cattle

$ 16,340
505
8,676
96,500
16,811
163,300
58,775
3,365
221,050
12,000
5,025
3,065

16,610
1,375
13,663
13,730
8,795
11,050
61,840
740
21,930
2,595


Hogs Sheep Goats

1$ 27,946 $............ $ 391
66,066 1,337 2,657
5,238 300 ..............
27,387 545 930
15,814 6,650 1,056
235 ............... ..............
26,637 770 ..............
345 .............. 8
47,563 25,032 1,092
10,403 .............. 1,000
37,170 16,087 1,778
1,700 936 25

12,222 1,701 391
1,510 .............. .........
22,550 790 511
41,680 .............. 777
22,903 .............. 300
216,072 115 1,486
150,995 .............. 1,295
25,061 1,830 404
41,102 21,604 448
31,373 7,876 1,752













ALACHUA
A cres .........:.............................................. ............................
Acres Reported in Farms .................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..............................

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ...............................
Oats ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ....
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ..................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Peanuts .........................
Rye .................................
Velvet Beans ..............
Lettuce ..........................
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage .........................
English Peas ................
Squashes .......................
Egg Plants ..................
Romaine ........................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ................


Acres
110,758
6,687
36,796
440
1,380
1,447
936
16
610
2,344
82
185
14,973
160
9,173
9
71
562
36
270
21
10
5,980
60
1,174


Yield


I Value


12,214 bales $1,363,956
1,077 1 86,422
6,238,268 bushelst- 383,126
60,505 4,200
65,487 116,464
132,890 135,490
154,095 gallons 120,625
4,700 2,730
376 tons 11,380
1,399 35,970
55 1,650
98 2,670
406,400 bushels 405,695
1,750 3,500
96,665 96,665
1,400 crates 1,300
4,090 2,265
110,958 134,130
4,014 6,204
6,802 7,054
3,550 bushels 3,900
2,037 crates 3,930
................................ ..................
600 crates 300
72,952 136,076
$3,065,702


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges .............................
Grape Fruit .......................
Peaches .........................
Persimmons, Japan ..........
Pears ..................................
Pecans ............................


[ Non Bear- I
I ing Trees I
| 22,690
250
..............


24,156


Bearing
Trees
24,583
3,173
100
70
500
7,406


Crates
43,820
4,870
100
140
100
.............


Value
1$ 50,789
5,970
200
700
200
57,600
$115,459


807,680
286,017
521,663
89,775


FRUITS AND NUTS












POULTRY
I Number I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................... 108,835 1$ 56,268
All Others ............. .... ............ 5,083 18,426
Eggs ............................. ............ ...... 376,027 130,401
$ 205,095
MISCELLANEOUS
I Number I Value
H oney ............................................................. 1,000 $ 200
Butter .................................... ....................... 46,990 22,470
M ilk (gallons) ....................... ..................... 769,588 214,527
$ 237,197
LIVE STOCK
I Number I Value
H orses ................................... ........................ 2,174 $ 218,975
C olts ............................... ... ........ ............ 114 6,100
M ules ................................... .......... 2,306 234,550
M ule Colts ............................ ....................... 50 3,450
A sses and Jennts ............................................ 7 575
Cows Kept for Milk Only ............................ 1,304 128,117
Stock Cattle ........................ ....................... 44,941 449,958
$1,041,725
PUREBRED CATTLE
Including three quarter grades and upward
Breed I Number I Value
Herefords ..................................... ...................... 380 1$ 6,500
Shorthorns ......................... ...................... ...... 313 5,955
D evon .................. .. ................. ........ ........ 10 700
Aberdeen Argus ......................... ..................... 497 19,700
Guernsey ......................................... 9 500
Jersey .................................................. 2,286 147,065
H olstein ....................... .................... 5 450
$180,870
HOGS
Number 32,118; Value $164,738; Slaughtered, 14,959; Value,
$138,616; Shipped 14,511; Value, $128,600.
SHEEP
Number 1,455; Value $4,140.
GOATS
I Number I Value
Common ...................................... .................... 2,759 $ 5,604













BAKER
A cre s .................... ........... ..................... ..........................
Acres Reported in Farms ............................ ..............
Acres Not Reported in Farms ........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ................................
PRODUCTS


375,680
12,332
363,348
9,207


Crop Acres Yield I Value
Cotton, Upland .............. 147 64 bales $ 6,530
Corn .............................. 4,611 93,605 bushels 93,605
Rice ........................... 4 90 215
Potatoes, Irish .............. 1 150 360
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 160 15,305 15,325
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 119 22,725 gallons 21,600
Peanuts ...................... 2,242 41,197 bushels 40,350
Watermelons ................ 1 1 carload 400
$ 178,385
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non Bear-I Bearing I
going Treei I Trees ICrates Value
Oranges ............................ 1,301 221 138 $ 645
Grapefruit .......................... 9 6 4 16
Figs ................................. 8 179 157 398
Peaches ........................ 175 1,086 1,023 2,213
Persimmons, Japan ............ .............. 101,596 197 394
Pears ............................ 200,134 673 529 2,116
Pecans ........................ 107,241 3,130 t2,278 7,128
Plums ....................... 7 56 98 290
Grapes ..................... ......... ............ *6,435 645
fBushels. *Pounds.
$ 13,845
POULTRY

SNumber I Value
Common Barnyard ...................................... 14,677 1$ 5,239
All Others .. .............................. ........ 89 45
Eggs ................................................... ...... 27,064 7,087
$ 12,371
MISCELLANEOUS

I Pounds I Value


Honey ............... ................................. ....
B u tter ........................................................ ........
Milk, (gallons) ........................................ ........


50 5
2,546 1,220
17,130 3,995

$ 5,220













LIVE STOCK
SNumber I Value
H orses ............................... ........................ 116 1$ 8,345
M ules ............................................. .................... 316 12,913
W ork Oxen ...................... ... ..................... 8 95
Cows Kept for Milk ...................................... 63 1,476
Stock Cattle ........................ ... ......... .......... 5,950 55,195

$ 78,024
PURE BRED CATTLE
Includes three quarter grades and upward
Breed I Number I Value
Herefords ..................... ................... ..... 1 55
Jerseys ........................................ .............. ....... 17 725
H olstein ............................................. ..................... 6 125

$ 905
HOGS
Number, 2,403; Value, $8,902; Slaughtered, 66; Value, $610.
SHEEP
Number, 55; Value $275.
GOATS
Number, 394; Value, $325.













BAY
A cres ............................................................................ ................ 442,880
Acres reported in farms .......................... ...................... 11,811
Acres not reported in farms ................................................ 431,069
Acres reported in actual cultivation .................................... 679

PRODUCTS
Crop Acres | Yield | Value


Cotton, Upland ..............
Corn .............................
O ats ................................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ..................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Cassava ..........................
Cabbage .......................
Tomatoes ......................
B eets ..............................
W atermelons ................
Beans, Lima ................
Cucumbers ....................


I 19 1


6 bales
4,473 bushels
1,400 "
260
1,283
3,180 gallons
170 bushels
10 "
3 tons
2 "
50 crates
22
5 "
7 carloads
60 crates
300 "


$ 780
6,811
1,657
435
1,230
370
425
26
90
100
150
80
30
1,800
70
360

$ 14,414


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ............................
Persimmons, Japan ..........
Pears .............................
Pecans ...........................
Plums ................................
Grapes, ..............................


I Non Bear-I Bearing
| ing Trees I Trees
6,931 ..........
........... 6285
50 160
431 540
1,000 ..............
.............. ..............


*Pounds


POULTRY


Number
35,54
8,49
113,01


Crates
..............
85
32


*2,680


I Value


150
.............
I.....
461

$ 1,896


I Value
2 $ 22,333
0 6,935
3 47,542

$ 76,810


Common Barnyard ........................................
All others .............. ..... .................
E ggs .......................... ....... ........


POULTRY













MISCELLANEOUS


H on ey ....................................... ............... .........
B eesw ax ............................................. ..............
Milk (gallons) ...................... ......... ........
B utter ..................................................


LIVE STOCK


H orses .................................... ....................
C olts .. ................ .................... .....................
Mules ..................... ... ...................
M ule Colts .................... .......................
A sses and Jennetts ........................ ...................
Work Oxen .................... ........................
Cows Kept for Milk .......................................
Stock C attle ....................... ..................... ....


I Pounds I Value
1,300 1$ 32
10 4
56,157 24,114
7,810 2,891

$ 27,041


Number Value
147 $ 12,315
8 500
159 14,885
12 685
3 85
10 315
432 14,731
2,349 19,907

$ 63,423


PURE BRED CATTLE
Includes all three-quarter grades and above.
Jersey, Number, 4; Value, $125.
HOGS
Number, 3,403; Value, $9,513; Slaughtered, 1,359; Value $7,552.

SHEEP
Number, 93; Value $558.

GOATS

| Number Value
A ngora ......................................... ................. I 125 I$ 168
Com m on ...................................... ................. 142 I 137

$ 305













BREVARD
A cres ....................................................
A cres Reported in Farm s ......................................................
Acres Reported not in Farm s ................................................


656,000
19,036
636,964


Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation .............................. 7,813

PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn ..........................
Oats ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ....................
Hay, Pora Grass ..........
Onions ............................
Lettuce ..........................
Celery ............................
Pepper ............................
Cabbage .....................
Tomatoes ........................
Peas, English ................
B eets ..............................
Squash ............................
Egg Plants ....................
W atermelons ..................
Beans, (strings) ..........
Cucumbers ...............


I Acres I


Yield


I Value


620 bushels $ 638
10 15
5,150 10,680
3,500 7,810
1,200 gallons 1,200
240 bushels 960
16 tons 320
100 crates 200
300 900
900 2,700
19,240 30,070
1,380 3,030
18,971 21,280
143 365
300 900
330 600
1,090 2,155
5 carloads 1,550
235 crates 150
425 1,250

$ 86,773


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ......................
Grape Fruit ......................
Limes ........... ................
Cocoanuts ...... .............
Figs ..............................
Bananas ............................
Peaches ..............................
Pineapples ......................
Mangoes ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........


Non-Bear-I Bearing
ing Trees Trees
99,169 372,345
9,257 121,423
.............. 21
.............. 245
63 160
.............. ..
1,043 168
.............. ..............
.............. 322
.............. 147


Crates
565,724
189,398
21
200
142
3,567
141
402
406
115


Value
850,244
198,341
48
25
348
3,567
389
1,608
820
273













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


Pears, Avocado................
Guavas .........................
Pecans .........................
G rapes .............................

*Bushels. tPounds.


I Non-Bear- Bearing
Sing Trees Trees
........ .. 747

216 1
.............. ..............


POULTRY
SNumber ] Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 13,795 1$ 13,795
All Others ................................................. 5,834 7,198
Eggs ...................................... .................. 76,533 39,808

$ 60,801

MISCELLANEOUS
I Pounds I Value
H oney ........................................ .................. 66,740 1$ 6,674
B eesw ax .............................................. ................. 6,674 667
M ilk, (gallons) .......................... ...................... 70,375 53,060

$ 60,401

LIVE STOCK


H orses ............................................ .................
M ules ....................... ....................
Asses and Jennets ................. ..............
Cows Kept for Milk .....................................
Stock Cattle .................... ................ ..........


Number Value
149 ]$ 16,225
198 34,650
6 190
32 3,320
5,578 84,076

$138,461


PURE BRED CATTLE

Includes all three quarter grades and upward.
Jersey-Number, 242; Value, $24,200.
HOGS
Number, 362; Value, $1,835.
GOATS
Angora-Number, 5; Value, $15.


Crates
136
2,003
*2
t2,115


Value
$ 677
2,003
20
362

$1,058.725













BRADFORD
A cres ........................................ ...................... ....
Acres Reported in Farms ................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..............................
PRODUCTS


180,800
34,816
145,984
16,163


Crop I Acres I Yield I Value


Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ...........................
O ats ................................
R ice ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ..................
Hay, Field Pea ............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Peanuts .....................
Tobacco .........................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Onions ...........................
Pepper ...........................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas English ................
B eets ................... ......
Squash ...........................
Egg Plants ...................
Watermelons ...............
Cantaloupes ...............
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ..................
Cucumbers ...................


370
6,856
26
8
76
270
118
1
36
61
330
1,944
1
536
52
1
7
10
534
1
2
2
1
300
1
390
5
188


8 bales
164,266 bushel
545
161
3,326
14,720
15,057 gallons
100 "
282 bushels
93 tons
159 "
19,168 bushels
400 pounds
4,775 bushels
104 tons
23 crates
295 "
65
4,676
17
250
125
80 bushels
32 carloads
40 crates
13,214
140
4,408


I$ 705
165,337
520
231
4,388
16,441
14,662
100
726
1,813
3,862
27,281
80
8,393
2,600
45
175
180
1,090
32
250
140
80
2,710
80
17,784
275
640


$ 270,620
FRUITS AND NUTS
[ Non-Bear-I Bearing
Sing Trees I Trees Crates IValue


Oranges ...........................
Figs .............................
Banana .............................
Peaches ............................


665 452 721 $
S 41 1 3
...... .............. 15
200 1,414 791


1,088
20
15
1,831













FRUITS AND NUTS

(Continued)


Persimmons, Japan ........
Strawberries ..................
Pears ................................
Pecans .........................
Plums ............................
Grapes .........................


I Non-Bear-
I ing Trees


..............
*350
280
4,409
168
..............


SBearing
Trees
56
531,393
111
2,595
96
..............


ICrates I Value


48
quarts
61
t2,559
50
$3,840


*Acres. tBushels. $Pounds.


POULTRY


Com m on Barnyard ...................... .................
A ll Others ...................... .............. ........
Eggs ........................................ .....................


1$ 101
54,846
190
10,484
158
903

$ 69,636


MISCELLANEOUS


SPound; Value
Honey ............................... ...................... 1,180 $ 224
Milk, (gallons) ........................................... 4,578 17,027
Butter .......................................... ................ 13,220 2,992

$ 20,243


LIVE STOCK

Number Vamue


Horses .................... ................ ............
C olts ................................................. .......
M ules ................... ............. ................
Mules Colts ............................................
Work Oxen ..................................... .......
Cows Kept for Milk ...........................
Stock Cattle ................................ ................


293
8
325
2
18
164
4,619


1$ 18,695
280
2,500
55
455
8,450
38,253

$ 68,688


Number I Value
22,295 $ 13,324
15 7
71,954 18,894

$ 32,225











19
PURE BRED CATTLE
Includes all three quarter grades and above

I Number Value
H erefords .......................... ...... ............. 1 $ 40
Aberdeen Argus ....................... .................... 1 125
Guernsey .......................... ....................... 2 100
Jersey ................................ .................... 191 9,550
H olstein ................................... ...................... 5 155

$ 9,970
HOGS
Number, 3,681; Value, $9,124; Slaughtered, 2,276; Value,
$21,682; Shipped, 364; Value, $1,531.

SHEEP
Number, 50; Value, $100.

GOATS
Common-Number, 1,049; Value, $1,057.













CALHOUN
A cres .......................................................
Acres Reported in Farm s ...................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..............................
PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ...............................
O ats ...............................
R ice ..................... .........
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Hay, Kaffin Corn ........
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Peanuts ..........................
Rye ................................
Tobacco ........................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Onions ..........................
Cabbage ........................
Tomatoes ......................
Peas, English ................
Watermelons ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres


Acres
696
12
10,168
259
37
107
294
349
77
154
117
579
100
57
3
18
3,192
28
70
2,140
478
6
3
2
1
163
5


Yield Value
216 bales $ 26,210
3 365
132,694 bushels 132,694
2,625 2,527
975 1,174
8,585 15,110
45,280 45,280
80,926 gallons 60,698
13,390 9,785
1,560 bushels 3,364
152 tons 3,180
540 10,890
60 600
82 1,360
5 85
62 995
49,571 bushels 82,808
401 676
51,000 pounds 3,845
25,924 bushels 26,791
699 tons 9,350
230 crates 572
296 290
77 53
50 25
161 carloads 33,507
805 crates 805

$ 473,039


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear- Bearing I
I ing Trees Trees I Crates Value
Oranges .......................... 3,016 1,008 2,745 $ 6,641
Lem ons ............................ 21 2 ............ .......
Grape Fruit .................... 74 3 10 30
Figs .................................. 121 277 739 877
B ananas ............................ .............. ......... 6 9


762,880
94,514
668,366
16,564














FRUITS AND NUTS

(Continued)


Peaches ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Strawberries ..................
Pears ................................
Apples, Sugar ................
Pecans .........................
Plums ...............................
Grapes ............................


i Non-Bear-
Sing Trees
1,569
..............
..............
432

3,464
86
..............


I Trees Crates
1,761 2,310 1$
62 136
*2 t400
97 211
.............. 7
543 568
53 52
.............. t40,165


*Acres. tQuarts. tPounds. Bushels.
POULTRY


Common Barnyard .......................................
A ll O th ers ................................ ...................
E g g s ......................................... ....................


$


Value
4,949
187
100
199
15
2,305
96
3,966

19,374


Number Value
39,143 1$ 25,434
1,193 1,231
121,176 33,516

$ 60,181


MISCELLANEOUS


Honey .................................... .......................
Beeswax ....................................... .............
M ilk, (gallons) ........................... ..........
Butter ........................................ ...................
W o o l ............................................... ............


Pounds
233,261
1,373
89,552
34,911
287


SValue
1$ 21,503
464
36,341
16,822
108

$ 75,238


LIVE STOCK


H orses ....................................... ..... ...............
Colts ................................................. ............
M ules ........................................ ....... ............
M ule Colts .......................................... .........
A sses and Jennets ................... .. .........
W ork Oxen ........................................ ..... ...
Cow s K ept for M ilk .......................... ..........
Stock Cattle ..................................... .......


Number
371
7
611
8

349
478
7,024


I Value
$ 41,020
475
91,100
565
250
11,155
18,390
69,819

$ 232,774


B i-;










22
PURE BRED CATTLE
Includes all three-quarter grades and above
I Number I Value


Herefords ..................................... ..... .......
Shorthorn ..................... ................ ..
Devon .........................................................
Aberdeen Angus ....................................
Jersey ................................ ... .............
Holstein ............................................... ........


1$ 1,225
50
325
100
2,900
1,160

$ 5,760


HOGS
Number, 12,078; Value, $35,423; Slaughtered, 4,579; Value,
$43,149; Shipped, 679; Value, $3,277.
SHEEP
Number, 436; Value, $1,317.
GOATS
Number | Value
Angora ............................ ...................... 273 J$ 367
Common ...................................... .... 1,688 1 1,723

$ 2,090


I~













CITRUS
A cres ....................................................................... ............... 396 ,800
Acres Reported in Farms ........................... ... ............... 27,226
Acres Reported Not in Farms ......................................... 369,574
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation .............................. 6,265

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ..............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
C orn ...............................
O ats ................... .........
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ............
Peas, Field ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Natal Grass ..........
Hay, Japan ..................
P eanuts ..........................
Rye .......................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ..........
Lettuce ..........................
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage ........................
Tom atoes ............ ...........
Peas, English ................
B eets .................... ......
Squash ..........................
Egg Plants ..................
Watermelons ................
Beans, String ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres
9
4
1,683
65
4
86
75
1
96
7
119
162
50
909
19
315
30
1
1
5
708
2
1
1
4
200
9
70


FRUITS AND
Non-Bear-I
ing Trees
Oranges .......................... 27,983
Lemons .............................. ............
Grape Fruit ...................... 221
L im es ................................ ..............


Yield I Value
4 bales $ 300
.................. 4 0
18,690 bushels 18,690
585 667
209 423
10,930 20,759
14,760 gallons 14,760
200 200
578 bushels 1,260
10 tons 160
153 3,060
2 50
220 2,266
10,657 bushels 10,657
190 190
2,886 3,101
30 tons 500
50 crates 100
75 175
1,289 1,101
25,384 3,090
34 120
30 70
20 40
147 165
36 carloads 5,518
50 crates 200
600 496

$ 88,158


NUTS
Bearing
Trees
13,780
11
880
56


Crates
30,200
9
1,318
66


Value
30,072
16
2,662
211











24
FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)

SNon-Bear- Bearing I
ing Trees Trees Crates Value
Figs ......... .... .................... 10 172 282 $ 431
B ananas ..... ......... ....... ............. .. ........... 101 152
Peaches .......................... 507 2,080 1,207 2,485
Persimmon, Japan .......... ......... 13 8 20
Pears, Avocado ................ ........ 62 20 100
Pears ............................... 127 29 27 95
G uavas ......................................... 184 293
Pecans ........................... 610 67 *118 506
Plums ............................ 100 46 85 93
G rapes ................. .....t.. ........ ............. t9,205 410

*Bushels. tPounds. $ 37,546
POULTRY
Number I Value
Common Barnyard ......................... ............. 21,809 $ 18,807
A ll Others ..................... ..................... 738 1,466
E ggs ...................................... ...................... 54,990 21,902

$ 42,175

MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds I Value
Honey .......................... .................. 2,200 1$ 550
M ilk, (gallons) ............................................ 44,020 17,890
B utter ... .................................... .................. 1,750 870

$ 19,310

LIVE STOCK
Number Value
H orses ....................................... ................... 251 1$ 19,649
Colts ... .................................................... 12 895
M ules ........................................................... 102 12,650
M ule Colts ....................... .................... 4 275
A sses and Jennetts .......................................... 1 50
D airy Cow s .................................................. 189 11,638
Stock Cattle ................................ ........... 5,616 46,593

$ 83,750 A











25
PURE BRED CATTLE
Includes all three-quarters and above

I Number I Value
H erefords ........................... .. ................ 2 $ 160
Jerseys ................................... ..................... 170 10,877

$ 11,037
HOGS
Number, 4,317; Value $15,880; Slaughtered, 1,716; Value
$13,828; Shipped, 210; Value, $1,206.

SHEEP
Number, 66; Value, $249.

GOATS
SNumber I Value
A ngora ........................................................ 154 $ 154
Com m on .............. ....................................... 1,152 1 854

$ 1,008














CLAY
A cres ..................... ........ ................. ........................
Acres Reported in Farms ............................ ............
Acres Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ............................

PRODUCTS


Crop


Cotton, Upland ............
Corn ................................
Oats ...........................
Rice ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Peanuts .........................
Beans, Velvet ................
Onions ...........................
Lettuce ..........................
C elery ............................
Pepper ...........................
Cabbage .....................
Peas, English ................
Beets .............................
Watermelons ..................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ..................
Cucumbers ...................


Acres


5
3,179
17
6
376
318
105
56
36
219
68
369
8
5
1
22
28
9
4
7
56
2
12


I teici


1 bale
34,170 bushels
145
65
38,329
26,755
13,155 gallons
493 bushels
43 tons
224 "
825 bushels
5,120 "
255 crates
1,000
600
3,345
2,005
875
680
5 carloads
3,445 crates
255
802


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ..........................
Lemons ............................
Grape Fruit .....................
Peaches ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Strawberries ....................
Pears ................................
Pecans .........................
*Quarts. tBushels.


I Non-Bear-
| ing Trees
1,025
'8


805

. .... .. .
50
1,735


Bearing
Trees
1,726
3
72
1,225
1,020

125
7,004


Crates
1,601
11
120
853
226
*98,660
57
t671


394,880
21,451
373,429
5,783


I value


1$ 107
35,410
310
150
56,435
26,805
13,075
1,116
1,030
4,665
1,440
3,995
625
1,275
800
6,320
3,410
1,050
895
445
5,743
340
1,416
$ 166,857



Value
$ 3,240
18
160
1,644
424
18,615
195
8,185
$ 32,481


Siela












POULTRY
SNumber | Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 19,298 $ 20,018
A ll O others ........................................................ 13,995 22,130
Eggs ............................... ....................... 121,280 57,268

$ 99,416

MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds Value
Milk, (gallons) .......................................... 44,020 $ 17,890
Butter .. .......................................... .............. 1,750 870

$ 18,760

LIVE STOCK
SNumber Value
H orses .............................. ......................... 262 $ 18,250
C olts .................................... .................. 2 100
M ules ................................ ...................... 280 15,020
Asses and Jennets ........................................ 3 90
Work Oxen .................................................. 40 1,000
Dairy Cows .......................... ........................ 87 4,440
Stock Cattle .......................... ........................ 11,865 113,705

$ 152,605

PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed | Number Value
Shorthorn ...................... .. ........ ............. 60 $ 1,000
Guernsey ...................... ........................ 1 50
Jersey ............................. .......................... 110 5,240
H olstein ................................ ............. ............ 22 1,130

$ 7,420
HOGS
Number, 5,816; Value, $14,087; Slaughtered, 1,186; Value,
$8,840; Shipped, 186; Value, $645.
SHEEP
Number, 675; Value, $2,750.
GOATS
Common-Number, 322; Value, 686.













COLUMBIA
A cres .............................................................
Acres Reported in Farm s ........................... .............. ..........
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..............................

PRODUCTS


Crop Acres
Cotton, Upland ............ 7,064
Cotton, Sea Island ...... 244
Corn ................................ 27,935
Oats ............................... 565
Wheat ............................ 9
R ice ................................ 3
Potatoes, Irish .............. 42
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 614
Syrup, Sugar Cane .... 392
Syrup, Sorghum ............ 16
Peas, Field .................... 152
Hay, Field Pea .............. 101
Hay, Rhodes Grass ...... 7
Hay, Millet ................... 30
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 100
Hay, Sorghum .............. 5
Hay, Jap. Cane .............. 1
Peanuts .......................... 10,887
R ye ................................... 28
Beans, Velvet ................ 623
Pepper .......... ............ 1
Dasheen ............. ......... 5
Watermelons ................ 434


Yield


966
29
283,968
5,637
100
50
2,774
58,312
45,940
2,590
1,029
61
8
10
300
3
15
267,647
232
6,323
15
25


3


bales
It
bushels
it





gallons

bushels
tons



It
"t
bushels


crates
bushels
-arl A


S,


506,880
207,476
299,404
79,748


I Value
$ 108,750
3,356
283,968
5,637
100
135
2,774
58,312
45,940
2,590
2,116
1,220
160
200
4,000
60
300
267,647
594
6,649
30
50
6i noA


FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-Bear- Bearing
ing Trees Trees
Figs ........... ................ ...... ... 18
Peaches ................... 909 1,936
Persimmon, Japan ........ ............ 91
Pears .......................... 142 103
Pecans ........................... 12,221 3,230
Plums .......................... 72 17
Grapes .......................... ......... ... ......

*Bushels. tPounds.


$8,006,1 2



| Crates I Value
22 $ 70
3,143 4,597
99 228
125 500
*3,297 16,215
17 75
15,945 746

$ 22,431













POULTRY
SNumber I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 118,517 1$ 73,778
A ll Others ......................... ...................... 3,631 3,529
E ggs ............................ ...... .......................... 184,530 55,529
$ 132,836
MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds I Value


H oney .......................................... .................
M ilk, (gallons) ............................................
Butter ........................................ ...................


400
200,025
2,966


$ 50
42,572
1,370
$ 43,992


LIVE STOCK


H orses ....................... ............... ...........
Colts ......... ..... .. ............... ............
M ules ...................... ............................
M ule Colts ..................................... ........
Asses and Jennets ....................................
W ork Oxen ...................... ............... ........
Dairy Cows ............................................
Stock Cattle ............... .................. ..... .......


Number I Value
956 1$ 77,490
17 745
1,476 .141,662
32 2,310
1 100
41 1,080
862 23,539
18,539 173,153

$ 420,079


PURE BRED CATTLE


Breed
Hereford ........ ...............................
Shorthorn ........ ......................................
Devon ................................. .........................
Guernsey .....................................................
Jersey ............... ......................... ..............
Holstein .................................. ....................


I Number I Value
32 $ 310
1 40
9 250
47 2,110
189 10,285
3 175

$ 13,170


HOGS
Number, 33,126; Value, $92,639; Slaughtered, 11,248; Value,
$101,680; Shipped, 2,554; Value, $14,967.

GOATS
Common-Number, 1,376; Value, $1,382.













DADE
A cres ............................ ..................................................
Acres Reported in Farms .................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms .........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ..............................................


PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Pora Grass ..........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Beans, Velvet ................
Onions ...........................
L ettuce ..........................
P epper ............................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes ......................
Peas, English ................
Beets .........................
Squash ...........................
Eggplant ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ................
Beans, String ...............
Beans, Lima .................
Cucumbers ....................


Acres
249
286
24
2,503
4
9
15
10
1,125
310
17
1,860
36
2
135
61
13,846
30
5
7
3
12
2
62
8
11


Yield


I Value


6,235 bushels $ 12,370
32,235 47,525
1,865 4,130
16,200 gallons 16,200
105 105
105 bushels 105
30 tons 900
20 600
................................ 2 ,000
1,757 44,140
114 2,780

950 bushels 2,400
255 crates 590
5,280 9,930
12,125 11,755
839,307 1,818,477
3,675 7,575
2,000 2,750
1,590 3,575
400 bushels 1,100
4 carloads 1,125
250 crates 500
5,732 17,925
24,800 8,900
2,350 6,600

$2,024,057


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ..........................
Lemons ............................
Grape Fruit ....................
Limes .......................


Non-aear-
ing Trees
49,044
1,283
14,597


Cocoanuts ................... ..............
F igs .................................. 133


tfearmng
Trees
337,889
1,856
456,227
6,245

........ 21
621


1,450,720
409,331
1,041,389
79,748


Crates |
186,432 $
3,469
744,696
8,592
640,745
1,255


Value
406,838
9,030
744,696
18,660
31,892
3,726














FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)
ing Trees Trees Crates
Non-Bear-I Bearing


Bananas ............................
Peaches ............................
Pineapples ......................
Mangoes ...........................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ................
Strawberries ...................
Pears ..............................
Sapodillas ........................
Guavas .........................
Apples, Sugar ..................
Pecans .........................
Plums ...............................
Grapes ..........................
*Pounds. tBushels.


..............
92
..............
...... ........
..... ..
........... ...

..............
61,418
..............


17
3,217
..............


|..............
S1,198
t ..............
7,942
25
121,375
..............
217
..............
..............
..............
14
36
..............


10,597
1,176
913
20,611
19
168,161
89,800
22
1,084
8,912
997
t30
29
*921


I Value

|$ 12,134
2,816
4,628
79,716
89
585,950
81,280
418
4,132
5,441
1,840
530
136
474
$1,994,426


POULTRY

SNumber I Value


Common Barnyard .....................................
All Others .................................. ...
E g g s ................ ............................................


MISCELLANEOUS


H oney ................................. ..........................
W ax .......................................... ...................
Milk, (gallons) ............................ .........
B utter ....................... ..... ......................
C h eese ....................... ...... .. ...................

LIVE STOCK


118,608 $ 117,796
243 138
609,490 250,677

$ 368,611


SPounds I Value
4,760 $ 2,743
82 18
1,834,952 1,481,782
39,440 27,124
450 225

$1,511,892


H orses ................................................ .........
C olts ................................................ .............
Mules ...................... .. ..............
Mule Colts ..................................... .......
Dairy Cattle ...................... ..................
Stock Cattle ...........................................


I Number I Value


197$ 25,765
19 1,300
506 64,000
8 1,200
3,499 355,650
5,023 179,450

$ 627,363













PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value
H erefords ........................... ... ................... 278 $ 7,800
Guernseys .......................... ... ...... ............. 1,008 62,200
Jerseys ..................................... ..... ............ 997 210,161
H olstein .............................. ... ......... ........ 470 37,500

$ 317,661

HOGS
Number, 167; Value, $2,015; Slaughtered, 13; Value, $20.

GOATS
| Number I Value


..... I 8 1$ 50
..... 29

$. 79


A ngora ....................................................
Com m on .......................... ........................













DeSOTO
A cres ................................................... ....................... ..........
Acres Reported in Farms ........................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..........................
PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn ...............................
O ats ...............................
Potatoes, Irish .............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ....................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Millet ...................
Hay, Para Grass ..........
Cassova .........................
Peanuts ......................
Beans, Velvet ...............
Onions ...........................
Lettuce ...........................
Pepper ...........................
Cabbage .....................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas, English ...............
Squash ...........................
Eggplant ....................
Dasheen ..........................
Watermelons ...............
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ..................
Cucumbers ....................
Blackberries ..................
Chufas ...........................


Oranges ...........................
Lem ons .............................
Grape Fruit .....................
Lim es ..........................


Acres
452
14
111
42
22
60
5
14
658
3
23
1
1,158
7
1
1
10
6
77
1
1
1
1
106
16
1
11

2


Yield


I Value


7,168 bushels $ 11,108
265 380
9,486 18,849
2,322 4,779
3,015 gallons 3,355
652 bushels 594
285 350
17 tons 185
652 10,050
1 20
3 60
2 50
7,105 bushels 9,515
100 75
20 44
200 crates 400
3,012 4,855
800 830
2,952 5,885
20 40
125 225
125 200
120 bushels 124
30 carloads 7,578
1,160 crates 2,300
200 200
1,137 2,607
300 120
150 bushels 450

$ 85,228


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear-1 Bearing
| ing Trees Trees Crates Value


94,353 374,588 I 811,347 $
286 79 117
670 82,077 230,822
.............. 154 181


565,430
139
60,554
341


392,000
62,748
329,252
12,308













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


Bananas .......... ........
Peaches ............................
Pineapples ......................
Mangoes ..........................
Persimmon, Japan ..........
Pears, Avocado ...............
Strawberries ..................
Pears ..................................
Guavas .............................
Pecans .........................
Plums ...............................
Grapes .........................


Non-Bear-| Bearing I
ing Trees Trees Crates I Value
.............. ....... 2,593 $ 2,964
149 64 47 165
.............. ............. 11 37
.............. 384 164 968
.............. 300 75 198
.............. 2,152 221 2,325
...... ... .......... *2,686 6,154
6 7 7 24
............. .... 3,874 3,850
40 96 t166 1,525
62 39 35 143
.............. .............. 2,495 686


$ 645,503


*Quarts. fBushels. *Pounds.
POULTRY


Common Barnyard ............
All Others .......................
Eggs ................................


Number I Value
...................... ........ 29,141 $ 28,532
.............................. 5,319 5,295
.............................. 202,673 50,668

$ 84,495


MISCELLANEOUS


W ool ...................... ............ ..... .................
Honey .................... ....................
Beeswax .......................... .....................
M ilk, (gallons) ............... ...........................
Butter ............................... ...................


250
23,606
300
179,730
21,371


LIVE STOCK
SNumber
H orses ....... ................................ 334
Colts ................ ........ ...... .................... 7
M ules ......................... .................. . 262
M ule Colts ............................ ........... ......... 4
Work Oxen .. ..................... ......................... 1
Dairy Cows ..................... ...................... 735
Stock Cattle ............................ .. .....................21,122


I Pounds I Value


1$ 67
3,003
100
150,024
11,857

$ 165,051

Value
1$ 38,135
275
52,235
750
15
48,317
198,650

$ 338,377


Pounds [ Value


I














PURE BRED CATTLE


Breed
H ereford ...................... .... ....... ............
Shorthorn .......................... ....................
G uernsey ........................ ........................ ...
D evon ....................... ............................
Jersey ........ ........... . ...........................
H olstein .......................... ..................... ....


Number I Value
33 $ 2,050
83 5,685
85 6,485
2 210
437 34,560
66 3,940

$ 52,930


HOGS
Number, 3,116; Value, $14,391; Slaughtered, 850; Value,
$6,064; Shipped, 135; Value $306.

SHEEP
Number, 43; Value, $280.

GOATS


A ngora ............................... ..........................
Com m on ............................... ........................


I Number I Value


120 $ 480
35 70

$ 550












36

DIXIE
A cres ................................................... .. ....... .... .........
Acres Reported in Farms ............................. .............
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................... ..............
Acres in Actual Cultivation ....................... ...............

PRODUCTS


Crop Acres
Cotton, Upland .............. 6
Cotton, Sea Island ........ 57
Corn .............................. 1,454
Oats ............................... 24
Potatoes, Irish .............. 2
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 47
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 33
Syrup, Sorghum .......... 1
Hay, Field Pea .............. 3
Peanuts ........................ 1,158
Hay, Velvet Bean ........ 117
Onions ............................ 1
Cabbage ......................... 1.
Chufas ............................ 2


........................ ^
4 bales
15,696 bushels
206
400
8,889
9,103 gallons
200 "
4 tons
7,105 bushels
75 tons
20 bushels
40 crates
150 bushels


FRUITS AND NUTS
| Non-Bear-i Bearing I
I ing Trees I Trees I Crates I Value
None Reported.

MISCELLANEOUS


H oney ....................... ......... ..........
Milk, (gallons) .........................................
Butter .................. ............ ...........



POULTRY


SPounds I Value
................ I ..................
300 i$ 150

....... $ 150
$ 150


I Number I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 8,077 j$ 7,761
E ggs ............................................................. 2,575 1,025

$ 8,786


461,440
15,875
445,565
5,329


Yield I Value
.. ..... .... 1$ 67


303
15,736
260
500
10,714
9,103
200
95
9,515
910
44
100
450

$ 58,497


...











37

LIVE STOCK
SNumber I Value
Horses ............................. .................. ..... 158 $ 13,817
Colts .................. ...................................... 1 25
Mules ....................................... ................ ..... 139 14,025
M ule Colts ...................... ... ...................... 1 150
W ork Oxen ............................... ........................ 15 530
D airy Cow s ................................. ................... 34 1,605
Stock Cattle .......................... ........ ........... 5,805 39,873

$ 70,025

PURE BRED CATTLE
Holstein-Number, 5; Value, $200.

HOGS
Number, 7,908; Value, $22,875; Slaughtered, 1,929; Value,
$11,164; Shipped, 577; Value, $3,613.
GOATS
Common-Number, 181; Value, $278.














DUVAL

A cres ............................................................... .....................
A cres Reported in Farm s ...............................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms .........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ....................... ...........


PRODUCTS


Crop
C orn ................................
O ats ................................
Rice ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ... ........
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ............
Peas, Field ...................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Rhodes Grass ......
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ...................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Peanuts ..........................
Rye ................................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ..........
Lettuce ...........................
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas, English ................
B eets .......... ......... .......
Squashes .......................
Eggplants .....................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ..................
Cucumbers ....................


Acres
1,468
100
1
61
425
133
1
203
30
113
2
17
2
19
1
75
27
75
5
2
1
55
14
1
3
26
14
29
2
21
10
6


Yield
43,057 bushels $
4,000
20
4,737 "
49,375
14,925 gallons
200 "
3,511 bushels
500 "
230 tons
10 "
16
6 "
30
3 "
2,000 bushels
410
175
10 tons
80 crates
100
7,055
1,278 "
100
350
2,400
1,245 bushels
13 carloads
330 crates
2,285 "
384
1,850 "

$


303,040
126,543
176,497
2,940


Value


50,662
6,000
336
8,346
59,460
20,045
300
7,444
1,000
5,480
170
350
120
600
45
2,000
430
175
200
160
150
13,925
2,326
200
820
4,000
3,085
3,250
660
3,985
1,520
5,575

202,819


---














FRUITS AND NUTS

SNon-Bear-I Bearing
I ing Trees I Trees


Oranges ...........................
Grapefruit .......................
F ig s ...................................
Bananas ...........................
Peaches .........................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ...............
Strawberries ...................
Pears .................................
Guavas .........................
Apples, Sugar .................
Pecans .........................
Plums ...........................
Grapes, (pounds) ............
'Quarts. tBushels.


4,032
434
2,424

1,611..............




1,110
..............



5,937
2,924


19,661
1,278
7,718
..............
2,215
3,735
2

968


11,523
2,691
.. .... .


Crates
34,575
1,421
7,223
35
1,896
1,607
2
*660
699
26
1
t9,284
2,216
190,241


POULTRY


Common Barnyard ........................................
A ll O others .......................... .........................
E g g s .................................. ...........................

MISCELLANEOUS


H on ey .................................. .........................
B eesw ax .............................. .........................
Milk, (gallons) ............................ ..........
B u tter .................................. .........................
Cheese ...................... ..............................

LIVE STOCK


Horses ......... .............. ...............
C olts ................................................... .......
M u les ............................................... ..............
M u le C olts ........................................ ............
Asses and Jennets ................................
Work Oxen ..........................................................
Dairy Cows .................................. .............
Stock Cattle ...................... ................


I Number
192,835
79,121
11,229,081


I Value
$ 111,177
5,942
20,552
79
10,499
9,291
12
224
6,319
61
5
144,409
14,369
20,968
$ 343,907


| Value
I$ 277,618
132,323
556,297
$ 966,238


I Pounds Value
518 $ 1,377
16 5
11,748,920 989,798
46,566 23,013
90 45
$1,012,856


Number
1,376
19
653
4
6
31
3,786
8,609


I Value
I$ 137,185
1,155
94,300
235
240
1,695
322,941
90,758
$ 648,509













PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number I Value
Hereford ........................ ....... ................. 83 1$ 3,120
Shorthorn ....................... ........................ 6 365
Guernsey ........................ .. .................... 52 2,210
Jersey .................................... .............. .... 711 35,710
H olstein ...................... ... ..................... 200 9,135

$ 50,540
HOGS
Number, 3,942; Value, $32,179; Slaughtered, 96; Value,
$1,720; Shipped, 41; Value, $290.
SHEEP
Number, 1,553; Value, $7,945.

GOATS
| Number | Value
A ngora ................................ .. ................... 111 $ 301
Com m on ......................... .. ...................... 738 1,867

$ 2,168














ESCAMBIA
A cres ................... ........... ................ ................................
Acres Reported in Farms ............................ .............
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ...............................

PRODUCTS


Crop


Cotton, Upland ..............
Corn ................................
Oats ...... ................
R ice ... ...... .............
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ...................
Beans, Soy ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Millet ..................
Hay, Natal Grass ..........
Hay, Kaffir Corn ........
Hay, Japan Cane ........
Peanuts .................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
P epper ...........................
Cabbage ........................
Tomatoes ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ................
Beans, Snap ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres
2,381
7,989
20
3
939
395
197
1
49
24
179
921
16
31
5
1
80
267
1,168
4
3
3
36
5
1
6


Yield Value
39,910 bales .....
109,724 bushels $ 108,863
200 120
40 200
91,384 89,592
24,121 24,056
19,581 19,899
40 40
420 760
130 200
357 tons 4,050
611 12,165
15 300
12 240
2 51
2 40
1,420 bushels 1,900
3,198 5,096
623 tons 12,153
210 crates 232
230 300
260 445
9 carloads 1,065
385 crates 670
32 49
1,312 1,228

$ 283,713


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ..........................
Figs ..................................
Bananas ..........................
Peaches ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ...............


Non-Bear-I Bearing
Iing Trees Trees
35,989 1,645
5,693 2,342

22,356 19,291
.............. 172
............... 21


420,480
50,176
370,304
15,073


Crates
740
1,222
135
13,204
80
11


Value
1,880
3,529
199
26,810
296
44













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)

I Non-Bear-1 Bearing
I ing Trees I Trees Crates Value
Straw berries .................. .............. .............. *3,200 $ 410
Pears ............................ 16,817 846 626 1,828
Apples, Sugar ................... .............. 16 36
Pecans ........................... 22,498 7,348 f3,530 21,736
Plums .............................. 4,005 1,130 194 630
G rapes. .............................. .............. ............. 20,445 4,002

*Quarts. fBushels. $Pounds. $ 61,400

POULTRY


Common Barnyard ...................................
All Others .................................. ............
E g g s ................... .........................................


Number
158,150
3,642
558,846


SValue
1$ 164,882
7,841
162,642

$ 335,365


MISCELLANEOUS


Pounds I Value
Wool ................................. .............. 3,227 $ 1,038
Honey ................................. .................... 22,350 3,885
B eesw ax ................................................. ...... 210 63
Milk, (gallons) ............................................. 441,347 202,389
Butter .................................. ...................... 11,250 5,625

$ 213,000


LIVE STOCK


Horses .......................................................
Colts ........ ...............................................
Mule Colts ..............................................
Asses and Jennets ......................................
W ork Oxen .................. .............................
Dairy Cows ............................................
Stock Cattle ......................................


Number
1,254
18
850
6
129
1,073
8,204


Value
122,590
780
107,001
450
6,960
83,557
126,371


$ 447,709










43
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed | Number I Value
Hereford ............................. ... ................ 1,001 $ 40,040
Shorthorn .................................................. 143 870
Jerseys ............. ........................................... 318 13,401

$ 54,311
HOGS
Number, 8,442; Value, $38,335; Slaughtered, 2,403; Value,
$24,633; Shipped, 111; Value, $601.

SHEEP
Number, 1,281; Value, $5,093.

GOATS
I Number I Value
A ngora ............ ........................ ................ 29 |$ 414
Com m on ........................................ ................. 2,903 3,234

$ 3,648












FRANKLIN
A cres ......................................................... ......................
Acres Reported in Farms .............................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ......................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ..........................................
PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ..................
Peanuts ..........................
O nions ............................
Lettuce ...........................
Pepper ..........................
Tomatoes ......................
Squash ..........................
Eggplant ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ................
Cucumbers ....................


Acres
64
6
5
3
16
4
2
2
2
3
1
1
4
3
2


Yield
1,355 bushels $
677 "
853 "
1,000 gallons
206 bushels
75
194
390 crates
550 "
1,070
335
150

600
850 "


346,240





Value
1,477
1,080
853
1,000
459
200
340
1,075
1,000
1,070
335
150
650
650
1,600


$ 11,939


FRUITS AND NUTS


Figs ...................................
Pears ...........................
Guavas ............................
Pecans ..............................
Plum s ...........................
Grapes .........................


SNon-Bear- Bearing
ing Trees Trees
7 297
48 106
.............. 8
182 130
424 402
.............. ..............


*Pounds.


Crates Value
776 $ 796
115 454
.............. 10
314 3,657
.............. i 17
*80,353 3,149

$ 8,066


MISCELLANEOUS

SPounds I Value
Milk, (gallons) .............................................. 21,000 [$ 10,500
POULTRY


Common, Barnyard .......................................
All Others ......................... .........................
E g g s ......................... ..... .. .....................


Number I Value
6,743 $ 6,683
1,289 631
30,548 15,342

$ 22,656












LIVE STOCK
SNumber Value
H orses ................... .... .............................. 15 $ 1,475
M ules ................................... ....................... 33 3,400
M ule Colts ...................... .................... 5 800
Asses and Jennets ........................................ 1 50
W ork Oxen ............................. ........ ........... 25 750
Dairy Cow s ........................ ....... ................. 95 8,185
Stock Cattle ........................ ....... ................. 148 1,700

$ 16,360

PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value
H ereford ............................. .................... 2 $ 200

HOGS
Number, 422; Value, $1,409; Slaughtered, 26; Value $84;
Shipped, 1; Value, $5.

SHEEP
| Number I Value
None.

GOATS
Common-Number, 401; Value, $401.












GADSDEN
A cres ............................................................. ....................
Acres Reported in Farms .................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms .........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ................................ ........


PRODUCTS


Crop
C orn ...............................
O ats ...........................
R ice ..................... .....
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ...................
Beans, Soy ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ....................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Para Grass ..........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Cassova .........................
P eanuts ..........................
Tobacco, Shade ............
Tobacco, Field Cure ....
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Cabbage .......................
Tomatoes ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ................
Beans, String ................


Acres
23,830
289
1
8
1,000
824
10
2
6
692
481
3
132
1
4
1
5
3,479
1,664
1,010
869
28
1
3
12
9
124


34




















1.54
54
54


Yield
[6,585


SI
bushels 1$


4,615
15
265
)3,350
29,180 gallons
950
16 bushelb
100
484 tons
316
3 "
204
1
4
1
10
i9,259 bushehl
12,596 pounds
4,270 "
6,080 bushes
28 tons
100 crates
260 "
7 carload
375 crates
7,428


345,600
58,479
287,121
33,608


Value
346,585
4,615
15
365
43,350
129,180
950
30
100
12,430
6,315
40
1,220
20
80
15
100
59,259
576,547
96,230
11,521
600


200
400
s 1,200
925
13,746

$1,316,038


Figs ...........................
Peaches ....................
Pears .........................
Pecans ................


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear- Bearing
I ing Trees I Trees
....... .............. 6
........ 3,930 35
....... 203 7
....... 2,061 1,741


*Bushels.


I
Crates I Value
80o $ 40
70 100
7 70
*5,595 11,357

$ 11,567













POULTRY
SNumber | Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 68,346 $ 71,769
All Others ........................ ...................... 1,834 1,065
E ggs ................................................ ................. 184,061 58,226

$ 131,060
MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds Value
Honey ............................... ..................... 10,000 $ 1,000
Milk, (gallons) ......................................... 38,842 41,700
Butter ................................ .................... 7,047 3,544

$ 46,244
LIVE STOCK
Number I Value
Horses .................. ...................... 754 $ 59,982
C olts ................................... ................... 1 10
Mules ..................................... ................. 1,290 212,180
M ule Colts ...................................................... 2 80
W ork Oxen ........................ .................... 60 1,700
Dairy Cattle .............................. ..................... 1,442 32,710
Stock Cattle .................... ........................ 2,897 28,827

$ 335,489
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number Value
Hereford ............................ ................... 92 $ 1,420
Aberdeen Angus ......................................... 3 150
Guernsey ............................ ..................... 6 495
Jersey ................................ ................... 489 25,080
H olstein .............................. ....................... 21 2,100

$ 29,245
HOGS
Number, 13,035; Value, $51,047; Slaughtered, 389; Value,
$1,917.
SHEEP
Number, 25; Value, $75.
GOATS
I Number | Value
A ngora ..................... ....................... ...... 1 $ 5
Com m on ...................................... ................... 186 261

$ 266














HAMILTON

Reported in Farm s ....................... .......................
Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Reported in Actual Cultivation ............................
PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ..............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ..............................
Oats ...........................
Rice ......................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ............
Peas, Field ..................
Hay, Field Pea ............
Peanuts ..........................
O n ions ............................
Lettuce ...........................
Tomatoes ......................
Watermelons ................
Cucumbers ....................


SAcres
6,587
20
15,740
.20
1
3
213
92
9
36
10
9,090
2
2
4
132
25


Yield I Value
997 bales $ 131,000
2 300
157,840 bushels 157,840
200 180
20 20
350 375
28,985 28,770
17,815 gallons 22,265
300 635
232 crates 525
10 tons 300
14,938 bushels 149,380
194 crates 340
390 1,075
480 300
24 carloads 2,700
2,950 crates 1,102


$ 497,107
FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear- Bearing I
Sing Trees Trees I Crates Value
P ecans ............................ 508 90 1.............. ..................
POULTRY
SNumber Value
Common Barnyard ......................................... 36,465 $ 36,465
All Others .................................. ......... 462 738
Eggs ................................. .................... 102,575 26,799
$ 64,002
LIVE STOCK
| Number Value


Horses .................................... ............
Mules ...................... ... ............
Asses and Jennets ....................................
W ork Oxen .................................. ............
Dairy Cows ................................... ...........
Stock Cattle .................................. ...........


103
1,023
4
2
590
6,079


$ 9,870
101,760
425
100
20,000
32,845
$ 165,000


Acres
Acres
Acres
Acres


337,920
73,918
264,002
34,276












PURE BRED CATTLE


Breed
H ereford .................................. ... .......
Shorthorn .................................. . .......
G uernsey .................. ...................................
Jersey .................................. ..... .......


Number I Value


1$ 1,350
400
390
3,060

$ 5,200


HOGS
Number, 11,005; Value, $21,804; Slaughtered, 389; Value,
$5,454; Shipped, 30; Value, $210.

GOATS


A ngora ........................................
C om m on ..................... ......... .....................


Number | Value
21 $ 30
341 365

$ 395


PURE BRED CATTLE












HARDEE
A cres .................................................... ........................
Acres Reported in Farms ........................... .............
Acres Reported Not in Farms ...........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation .........................................
PRODUCTS


Crop I Acres I Yield I Value


Corn ...............................
Oats ..............................
Rice ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Peas, Field ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Rhodes Grass ......
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Para Grass ..........
Hay, Kaffin Corn ..........
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Cassava .........................
Peanuts ..........................
Velvet Beans ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ..........
O nions ............................
Pepper ...........................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas, English ................
Squashes ......................
Eggplants .....................
Watermelons ................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima .................
Cucumbers ....................


3,304
26
13
540
151
110
113
13
986
23
3
4
3
2
95
152
5
6
105
198
918
80
62
67
109
589
10
753


S61,030


bushels |$


395 "
353
34,098
7,845
273
137 tons
15
1,072
26
3 "
4 "
6 "
3

410 bushels
4 tons
661 crates
19,184
12,977
56,353
4,680
3,290
8,888
30 carloads
36,480 crates
284
58,715


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ..........................
Lemons ............................
Grapefruit ......................
Limes ...........................
Bananas ..........................


|Non-Bear- Bearing
ing Trees Trees
202,779 298,475
180 9
3,180 21,230
............ 26
............ ............


Crates
568,890
20
62,677
20
767


392,000
72,710
319,290
7,740


51,313


302
715
58,254
14,937
845
1,583
395
23,297
580
75
130
180
110
1,785
615
100
1,914
35,518
32,496
76,347
8,181
4,856
17,560
8,759
69,459
690
202,565

$ 613,561


Value
450,120
32
108,978
61
1,077


I














FRUITS AND NUTS

(Continued)


Peaches ............................
Pineapples .......................
Mangoes ........................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ................
Strawberries ...................
Guavas .........................
Pecans .........................
Plums ..............................
Grapes ........................


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


91
............
............

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

............
248
31
.. ... .. .


363

58
90
11
*140

92
18
............


249
30
12
19
7
455,223
1,321
t58
15
$364


*Acres. tBushels. *Pounds.


672
150
290
99
96
88,356
1,149
1,140
37
101


$ 652,358


POULTRY

Number I Value
Common Barnyard .......................................... 39,031 $ 37,288
All Others ................................... ....... 6,311 7,675
E ggs ................................ ...................... ..... 267,298 60,850


$ 105,813
MISCELLANEOUS

IPounds I Value
W ool ....................................... ..... 1 1,917 1$ 720
H oney ................................. .......................... 14,015 2,560
Milk, (gallons) ............................................. 1,253,684 183,723
Butter ........................................ .................. ... 35,092 17,602


$ 204,605
LIVE STOCK

SNumber Value


Horses ............................. ........................
Colts ................................. ............................
Mules ...........................................................
Mule Colts ............................... .............
Dairy Cows .....................................................
Stock Cattle ....................................... ..........


S 693 $ 71,650
32 2,100
527 79,005
1 250
656 44,465
20,895 170,533

$ 368,003












52
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number | Value
D evon ....................................... .... 34 $ 730
Guernsey ......................... ..................... 5 185
Jersey .......................................... .................... 146 4,363
H olstein ..................................... .................... 2 165

$ 5,443

HOGS
Number, 80,028; Value, $23,598; Slaughtered, 5,471; Value,
$23,225; Shipped, 96; Value, $548.
SHEEP
Number, 875; Value, $2,500.
GOATS
Angora-Number, 1; Value, $14.














HENDRY
A cres ........ .........................................................................
Acres Reported in Farms ......................... ................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation .......................... ............

PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn ...............................
O ats .................... .......
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ......:.....
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ..................
Beans, Soy ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Kaffin Corn ........
Peanuts ..........................
Velvet Beans ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
O nions ............................
Pepper ...........................
Cabbage .........................
Tomatoes ......................
Peas, English ................
Squash ...........................
Eggplants .....................
Watermelons ................
Beans, String ................
Cucumbers ....................


Acres
180
1
231
27
547
18
2
13
10
1
1
28
6
1
1
1
460
14
1
6
97
20
14


Yield I Value
695 bushels $ 695
45 38
14,474 36,527
4,166 6,456
7,110 gallons 7,295
147 1,380
75 bushels 37
26 tons 205
8 180
2 40
88 bushels 70
250 995
3 tons 50
67 crates 120
100 120
237 525
14,658 10,211
675 1,400
100 75
2,012 bushels 7,550
18 carloads 2,703
1,307 crates 2,519
1,586 3,462

$ 82,653


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ...........................
Grapefruit .......................
Bananas .........................
Mangoes ..........................
Persimmons ....................
Guavas ..........................


Non-Bear-
ing Trees
11,463
756




. ......


747,200
6,379
743,821
1,067


Bearing
Trees
17,829
5,999

601
44
............


Crates
27,248
7,330
2,175
17
12
991


SValue
$ 5,190
55,015
3,625
1,707
253
783

$ 66,573


FRUITS AND NUTS













MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds I Value
Milk, (gallons) .............................................. 27,995 1$ 11,165
POULTRY
Number | Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 6,689 $ 5,599
All Others ..................... ...... ................... 395 305
E ggs .......................................... ......... .......... 36,152 15,013

$ 20,917
LIVE STOCK
I Number Value
Horses ....................... ...................... 185 $ 17,895
M ules ............................. ........................ ........ 31 4,175
W ork Oxen .......................... ...................... 6 200
Dairy Cattle ........................... ....................... 138 6,552
Stock Cattle ............................................. 28,628 224,127

$ 252,949

PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value
Jersey ....................................... ..................... 4 1$ 100
HOGS
Number, 1,563; Value, $3,724; Slaughtered, 172; Value,
$1,487; Shipped, 20; Value, $116.











55
HIGHLANDS
A cres ....................................................... ........................... 668,160
Acres Reported in Farms ........................................... 146,272
Acres Reported Not in Farms ......................................... 521,888
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation .............................. 8,045

PRODUCTS
Crop | Acres ] Value


Corn ................. .... .....................................
Cotton ...................... ...............
Irish Potatoes .....................................
Sweet Potatoes .....................................
Sugar Cane Syrup .......................................
Field Peas ................... ................ ..........
Native Grass Hay .....................................
Velvet Bean Hay ............................................
Onions ................. ....... ................................
Peppers ...................... ................
Cabbage .............. ....... ...............................
Tomatoes ............. ....... ..............................
English Peas ......................................
Squash ............... ...... .................................
W aterm elons ......................................
String Beans .....................................
Cucum bers ............ .......... ..........................

FRUITS


100
100
1,105
1,815
4,032
260
100
60
320
590
550
1,200
400
320
3,100
950
300


Bearing I Value of
Crops- i Trees Crops
Oranges ................................... ...................... 157,537 $ 689,197
Lem ons .................................. .................... 156 74,807
Grapefruit .............................. ..................... 96,558 250,000
L im es ................................. ...................... 131 760
Bananas ........................................(Bunches.... 129 123
Peaches ........... .......................... 916 30
Pineapples .......................................(Crates).... 170 160
M angoes ..................................... ..................... 347 535

LIVE STOCK


H orses ........................................... ............
Colts .................. .... .....................................
M ules ............................................ .............
M ilk Cow s .......................................... .......
Stock Cattle .............................. ...................
H erefords ....................................... .............


Number
186
8
146
70
18,367
14


Value
13,110
80
38,225
4,800
270,640
570













LIVE STOCK
(Continued)


Jerseys .............................. ...........................
H olstein s ............................. .........................
Hogs ...................... ....................
G oats ................................... ............................
OTHER PRODUCTS


Number
33
3
1,174
375


I Value
1$ 3,144
60
5,965
375


SNumber Value
Poultry ........................................... 3,588 $ 3,799
E ggs ............................................(Dozen).... 15,178 8,500
Milk ............................... ......... (Gallons).... 36,925 21,700
Butter .................... ..................... (Pounds).... 735 380
Cheese ...... ................................. (Pound).... 300 180
Honey ......................................... (Pound).... 25.080 5,025
Beeswax ...................................... (Pounds).... 500 300














HILLSBOROUGH
A cres ............................................................. ..........................
Acres Reported in Farm s .................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ...........................................
PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ......................
Oats .......................
Rice ....... ................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ...........
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ....................
Beans, Soy ....................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Rhodes Grass ....
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Millet ................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Hay, Kaffin Corn ..........
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Cassova .................
Peanuts .............. ...... ...
Rye ....................... .......
Beans, Velvet ...............
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Onions ...................
Lettuce .................
Celery ...........................
Pepper .......................
Cabbage ..........................
Tom atoes ........................
Peas, English ................
Beets .....................
Squash ............................
Egg Plant ......................
Watermelons .............
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ...............
Beans, Lima ................
Cucumbers .... ...........


Acres
16
5,212
105
7
867
157
34
3,035
20
1,096
8
1,967
13
40
25
1
32
7
100
5
117
22
34
40
36
108
419
1,473
76
30
93
23
316
14
991
21
304


Yield


I Value


1 bale $ 165
91,259 bushels 91,401
1,995 1,995
645 1,190
43,795 77,377
10,128 19,877
4,019 gallons 5,024
31,512 bushels 39,280
225 450
5,115 tons 102,895
8 215
1,822 48,520
20 560
50 905
3 50
20 1,000
288 2,506
21 1,065
616 bushels 1,412
75 100
554 944
9 tons 900
3,220 crates 5,896
10,255 16,356
18,720 24,715
12,626 19,835
77,733 123,708
70,543 121,208
6,745 13,836
6,510 12,400
5,892 9,957
2,174 4,372
46 carloads 17,766
665 crates 1,289
54,218 92,387
681 1,328
28,879 52,830
$ 915,714


688,000
128,970
559,030
13,575













FRUITS AND NUTS

I Non Bear- Bearing I
ing Trees Trees I Crates Value


Oranges .........................
Lemons ...........................
Grapefruit .....................
Limes .........................
Figs ................................
Bananas .........................
Peaches .....................
Pineapples .....................
Mangoes .........................
Persimmons, Japan ......
Pears, Avocado ............
Strawberries ................
Pears ...............................
Sapodilla .....................
Guavas ...........................
Apples, Sugar ..............
Pecans ............................
Plums .............................
Grapes ...........................


572,383 744,857
3,281 5,210
37,178 125,830
............ 1,024
663 2,217

2,769 6,321
............ ............
............ 12,510
............ 4,161
............ 52,494
............ *2,216
227 154




3,051 1,333852
899 852
............ ............


*Acres. iQuarts. $Bushels.


POULTRY

SNumber Value


Common Barnyard ........................................
All Others .......................... ....................
E g gs ................................. ............................


MISCELLANEOUS


W ool ............................... ..................... .........
Honey ..........................................
W ax ........................... ...... ..........................
Milk, (gallons) ............................. .........
B utter ....................... ....... .....................
Blackberries .............................. .........


1,054,714
4,201
154,155
562
1,173
15,816
2,451
7
2,280
681
1,304
4,759,368
72
96
24,060
60
1523
430
190,359


$ 991,374
15,581
108,592
2,677
S 4,530
14,172
6,546
28
6,706
2,058
7,804
1,300,845
431
269
21,585
210
6,321
1,195
16,235

$2,507,159


S11,437
S418,613
j2,110,331


1$ 11,324
S418,938
S842,681

$1,272,943


I Pounds
2,680
S54,490
17
2,430,040
S 1,678
S 8,650


I Value
I$ 1,110
16,795
36
728,974
629
1,240

$ 748,784













LIVE STOCK
SNumber Value
Horses ............................... ...................... 2,374 $ 29,485
Colts ................................................................ 47 3,345
M ules .................................. ................... 1,947 370,225
M ule Colts ................................................ ........ 31 3,690
Asses and Jennets ........................................ 8 900
W ork Oxen ........................ ....................... 3 100
Dairy Cows .............................................. 4,200 305,685
Stock Cattle ............................ ..................... 21,643 249,198

$ 762,628
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed [ Number I Value


Hereford ................................... .............
Shorthorn .....................................................
Devon .................. .........................................
Aberdeen Angus ........................................
Guernsey ............... ......................................
Jersey .................................. .........
Holstein ................ .......................................


1,653 5$ 53,940
130 5,445
50 2,275
29 1,110
142 10,480
1,841 147,367
130 3,695

$ 224,312


HOGS
Number, 11,058; Value, $63,721; Slaughtered, 9,285; Value,
$118,244; Shipped, 364; Value, $2,786.

SHEEP
Number, 1,220; Value, $5,042.

GOATS
I Number I Value


211 $ 1,202
1,087 3,145

$ 4,347


A ngora .........................................................
Com m on ............................. ..........................













HOLMES


Reported in Farm s ....................... .....................
Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
in Actual Cultivation ..........................................

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ............
C orn ...............................
Oats ...........................
Rice ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ..................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ..................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Cassova ..........................
Peanuts ..........................
R y e ...................... ..........
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Cabbage ........................
Tomatoes ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................


Acres
12,180
26,624
250
14
7
200
73
7
227
4
70
164
3
33
4
1,694
20
136
40
5
10
387
2


Yield


1,277 bales
188,964 bushels
2,024
322
1,226
50,085
38,878 gallons
1,478 "
1,642 bushels
29 "
151 tons
2,851 "
3 "
33 "
240 "
72,054 bushels
100
42,841
308 tons
104 crates
600 "
79 carloads
20 crates


FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ..........................
Figs ...............................
Bananas ............................
Peaches ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ...............
Pears ................................
Guavas .............................


Non-Bear-
ing Trees
26j
183
............
777
............
............
491
............


Bearing
Trees

1,577

2,782
14
9
249
............


Crates Value
............ ................
3,301 $ 3,301
38 17
4,119 4,411
37 50
4 10
457 1,561
13 29


Acres
Acres
Acres
Acres


293,120
88,786
204,334
40,179


Value
$ 156,681
188,964
1,746
307
807
13,230
16,852
789
1,304
29
170
13,023
70
565
240
72,054
100
42,841
430
83
600
11,173
20

$ 522,078


I













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


Apples, Sugar ................
Pecans .........................
Plums ..................................
Grapes .............................


I Non-Bear-I Bearing I
I ing Trees Trees I Crates


2,203
40
............


10,166
24
............


29
*714
21
f6,622


*Bushels. fPounds.


POULTRY


Common Barnyard ...............................
All Others .................................... ........
E g g s ....................................... ......................


Number
62,574
344
169,573


MISCELLANEOUS


W ool .......................................... ...................
H oney ....................................... ....................
W ax .................................................... .........
M ilk, (gallons) ...........................................
Butter ....................................... ....................
Cheese ................................................ .........


Pounds I Value
5,134 1$ 1,914
3,349 392
50 7
300,548 68,448
77,902 23,255
25 7

$ 94023


LIVE STOCK


H orses ............................................... ..........
Colts ................................................. .........
M ules ........................................... ..................
M ule Colts .......................... ....... ..............
Asses and Jennets ................... .......
W ork Oxen ...................................... .........
Dairy Cattle ................................. ..............
Stock Cattle ..................................... ...........


Number
227
22
1,628
59
5
166
330
9,249


Value
22,280
687
169,349
4,195
100
30,680
3,824
68,628


$ 299,743


Value
1$ 30
16,509
48
867

$ 26,833



SValue
1$ 29,444
451
47,343

$ 77,238












PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed | Number I Value
H ereford ..................................... ................ 4 |$ 250
D evon ......................................... ..................... 2 80
Aberdeen Angus .......................................... 5 175
Guernsey .............................. ....................... 21 535
Jersey ....................................... .................... 197 7,682
H olstein .................................. .................... 14 620

$ 9,742

HOGS
Number, 14,955; Value, $46,986; Slaughtered, 6,648; Value,
$61,242; Shipped, 542; Value, $1,362.

SHEEP
Number, 3,431; Value, $7,704.

GOATS
I Number Value
A ngora ................................. ....................... 24 48
Com m on ........................................ ............ 1,572 1,107













JACKSON
A cres ................. .............................. ............................
Acres in Farms ....................................................
Acres N ot in Farm s ....................................... ................
A cres in A ctual Cultivation ................................................

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ............
C orn ...............................
Oats ..........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Hay, Native Grass ......
Peanuts ..........................
Beans, Velvet ...............
Hay, Velvet Bean ..........
Watermelons ................


I Acres I Yiel


21,726
66,799
56
14
530
700
1,708
39,852
966
15
960


2,899
397,287
855
1,420
57,541
183,317
849
513,313
9,780
62


d
bales
bushel




gallon
tons
bushel

tons


21z carloac


[ Value
1$ 212,271
s 597,360
845
1,420
43,688
s 179,532
13,640
s 492,914
6,205
250
Is 19,040

$1,567,165


POULTRY
| Number I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 215,820 $ 43,627
All Others ....................................... .712 413
Eggs ........................... ............................. 262,646 74,659

$ 118,699
MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds Value
M ilk, (gallons) .............................................. 46,140 1$ 23,845
B utter ......................................... .......... ............ 24,441 12,337

$ 36,182
LIVE STOCK
I Number Value


Horses ......................................................
C olts ..................... ............ ................
M u les ................................ ...... .....................
Mule Colts ....................................... ......
Work Oxen ................................ .................
Dairy Cattle ...................... .................
Stock C attle ......................... ......................


1,511
139
16,376
99
244
1,467
12,656


$ 159,048
8,156
510,510
6,830
7,926
28,085
122,130

$ 842,685


617,600
230,500
387,100
127,508











6.1
PURE BRED CATTLE

Breed I Number Value
Guernsey ...................... ......... .............. 4 $ 100
Jersey ............................... ... ................. 418 20,215

$ 20,315

HOGS

Number, 29,652; Value, $96,710; Slaughtered, 30,566; Value,
$126,168; Shipped, 3,015; Value, $15,883.

GOATS

I Number Value
Angora ............................ ... .............. ..... 10 $ 25
Common .................................. .................... 898 1,818

$ 1,843













JEFFERSON
A cres .............................................................. .
Acres Reported in Farm s ....................... .......................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ........................... ...........

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ..............
Corn ...............................
O ats ...............................
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum .............
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Peanuts .........................
R ye .................................
Velvet Beans ................
Tomatoes .......................
Watermelons ..................
Beans, String ................


Acres
18,456
114,171
685
1,341
896
100
312
50
30
131
262
45
1
149
4


FRUITS AND
SNon-Bear-
I ing Trees I
Oranges ......................... 67
Peaches .............................. 2,000
Pecans ............................ 66,642
P lu m s ................................ ............
tBushels.


Yield |
711 bales $
374,898 bushels
7,280 "
91,815
80,226 gallons
150 tons
356
100 "
60
305 bushels
590
.6
21 crates
25 carloads!
175 crates


NUTS
Bearing
Trees
62
33
28,253
10


POULTRY

Common Barnyard .....................................
A ll O others ............................ .......................
E g g s ..................... ......... .......................


$


Crates
90 $
40
f31,027
5
$


Number
50,325
1,050
136,937


374,400
177,251
197,149
89,274


Value
143,905
374,898
7,280
91,815
80,226
4,500
5,410
1,000
600
360
2,650
240
100
3,525
450
716,959


Value
100
154
68,382
10
68,646


IValue
1$ 50,325
2,360
38,361
$ 91,046


MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds
Milk, (gallons) ................................................ 1 133,700
Butter .................................................... 23,860


Value
42,207
11,747
53,954












LIVE STOCK
| Number I Value
Horses ........................................................ 286 $ 23,835
Colts ......................... .......... ............... 5 305
M ules ................................. ................... 1,777 172,400
Mule Colts .......................................... ....... 3 100
Asses and Jennets .................................. 10 305
W ork Oxen ......................... ...................... 85 2,850
D airy Cow s ...................................................... 446 27,117
Stock Cattle .................................................... 7,364 88,540

$ 315,452
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value


Hereford ..................................................
Aberdeen Angus ........................... ..............
Jersey ........................................... ................
Holstein .................................. ................


38 $ 720
60 3,000
42 2,100
500 10,000

$ 15,820


HOGS
Number, 17,935; Value, $65,582; Slaughtered, 12,590; Value,
$121,879; Shipped, 2,083; Value, $20,393.
SHEEP
Number, 11; Value, $50.

GOATS
Common-Number, 202; Value, $196.












LAFAYETTE
A cres ..................................................... .......... 334,720
Acres Reported in Farms ................................................... 43,565
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................ 291,155
Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................................... 6,964
PRODUCTS
Crop Acres Yield I Value
Cotton, Upland .............. 424 83 bales 6,663
Cotton, Sea Island ........ 37 4 605
Corn .............................. 2,374 16,538 bushels 16,838
Oats ................................ 35 305 200
Rice .............................. 2 30 45
Potatoes, Irish .............. 4 105 303
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 72 4,605 4,605
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 35 2,866 gallons 2,866
Syrup, Sorghum .......... 2 150 150
Peas, Field ................... 82 574 bushels 1,122
Hay, Field Pea .............. 24 15 tons 221
Hay, Native Grass ...... 2 2 40
Hay, Millet .................... 3 32 92
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 7 3 60
Hay, Sorghum .............. 3 7 69
Hay, Kaffin Corn .......... 1 1 20
Hay, Japan Cane .......... 18 880 880
Peanuts ........................ 2,113 12,385 bushels 12,385
Rye ................................ 5 32 64
Velvet Beans ................ 266 4,215 4,215
Hay, Velvet Bean ........ 40 25 tons 349
Onions ....................... 2 33 crates 75
Tomatoes ........................ 4 149 221
Watermelons ................ 71 37 carloads 4,000
Beans, String ................ 9 182 crates 255
$ 56,243
FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-Bear- Bearing |
ing Trees Trees Crates Value
Oranges ........................ 510 [ 12 12 $ 30
Figs .................................... 15 73 68 160
Peaches ............................ 1,093 1,604 735 838
Persimmons, Japan ........ ........... 7 5 12
Pears .............................. 35 133 61 72
Pecans ............................ 1,200 674 *447 1,247
Plums .............................. 389 336 113 110
G rapes .............................. ............ ............ 4,080 624
*Bushels. tPounds. $ 3,093













POULTRY


Common Barnyard ..............................
A ll O others .............. ....................................
E g g s .................. ..........................................


Number
16,900
1,609
21,472


MISCELLANEOUS


H oney ........................ ... ...........................
Beeswax .................................. ... ........
Milk, (gallons) ............................................
B u tter ....................... .. ......... .................


LIVE STOCK

Horses ....................... ..... ...................
C olts ..........................................................
M ules .......................... .. ..........................
D airy C ow s .......................................................
Stock Cattle .............................................


PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed
H ereford ........................... ......................
Shorthorn ....................................... ........
Guernsey ................................. ... .......
Jersey ............................................. .......
Holstein ............................................ ........


Pounds Value
3,466 560
322 80
6,550 3,768
1,965 1,187

$ 5,595


Number
133
4
248
211
2,344


Number
7
13
1
12
1


SValue
1$ 15,610
275
34,550
8,560
16,511

$ 75,506

SValue
$ 325
300
75
885
100

$ 1,685


HOGS
Number, 4,872; Value, $18,000; Slaughtered, 2,665; Value,
$19,588; Shipped, 444; Value, $1,482.

GOATS
Common-Number, 457; Value, $356.


I Value
I$ 11,679
1,047
6,833

$ 19,559


I













LAKE
A cres ............................. ....................... .. ... ................


PRODUCTS
Crop Acres
Potatoes, Irish .............. 50
Potatoes, Sweet ........... 150
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 40
Peas, Field ................... 1,000
Hay, Field Pea .............. 1,000
Hay, Native Grass ...... 500
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 10,000
Hay, Japan Cane .......... 10
Cassova ........................ 5
Peanuts ........................ 20
Velvet Beans ................ 900
Hay, Velvet Bean .......... 100
Onions ............................ 10
Lettuce .......................... 100
Celery ............................ 25
Pepper ............................. 20
Cabbage .......................... 400
Tom atoes ........................ 200
Peas, English ................ 50
Beets ............................. 2
Squash .......................... 60
Eggplant ....................... 10
Dasheens ..........................
Rom aines ....................... 5
Watermelons ................ 1,625
Beans, String ................ 200
Cucumbers .................... 250


FRUITS AND N
I Non-Bear-1 B
I ing Trees I
Oranges .......................... 500,000 10
Lemons ........................... .. 800
Grapefruit .................... 250,000 300
L im es .............................. ............
Figs .................................. 65
B ananas .......................... ........... ....
Peaches .......................... 200 1C
Mangoes ...................................
Persimmons, Janan ...... ............


Yield
5,500 bushels $
12,000
6,500 gallons
5,600 bushels
1,100 tons
500
10,000
100
10
1,000 bushels
8,100 "
200 tons
300 crates
30,000
5,000
4,000
40,000
8,030
2,500
165
180 "
5,300
325 bushels
625 crates
520 carloads
21,000 crates
52,000

$
UTS
hearing I
Trees | Crates
',000 1,500,000 $:
200 235
1,000 900,000
250 55
100 125
........ 700
,000 5,600
90 10
450 375


.....


670,080


Value
7,000
20,000
6,300
10,000
22,000
5,000
100,000
2,000
250
2,000
16,000
4,000
600
60,000
10,000
6,000
40,000
15,600
3,750
330
2,000
6,100
275
854
156,000
41,560
45,000

582,619


Value
1,500,000
425
900,000
165
375
1,400
10,900
30
650












FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)
Non-Bear- Bearing
ing Trees Trees I Crates Value
Pears, Avocado ............ ............ 1,150 | 50 |$ 300
Strawberries .................. ............ *10 6,000 1,800
Pears .............................. 1,200 1,000 1,000 3,500
Guavas .............................. .......... 4,200 4,000
Pecans ............................... ....375 175 90 810
Grapes ............................ ............ ........... t200,000 20,000

*Acres. tPounds. $Bushels. $2,444,355
POULTRY
SNumber Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 20,000 1$ 20,000
All Others ................................................ 30,000 45,000
Eggs ..................................... ... ................ 360,000 108,000

$ 173,000
MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds Value
Honey ................... .. ................... 35,000 $ 10,500
Beesw ax .............................. ................... 300 90
Milk, (gallons) .............................................. 224,000 144,400
Butter .................. ... ........ ............... 10,000 5,000

$ 159,990
LIVE STOCK
Number Value
Horses ................................................... 25,000 1$ 150,000
W ork O xen ................................................ 10 500
D airy Cow s ....................................... ........ 560 28,000
Stock Cattle ..................................... .......... 2,000 20,000

$ 198,500
HOGS
Slaughtered, 450; Value, $4,800; Shipped, 200; Value, $1,000.

GOATS
Common-Number, 25; Value, $250.














LEE
A cres .................................................................
Acres Reported in Farms ............................. .............
Acres Reported Not in Farms ......................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ..............................................
PRODUCTS


Crop


Corn ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ...................
Beans, Soy ...................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ...................
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Peanuts .........................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
O nions ............................
Lettuce ........................
Pepper .........................
Cabbage ...........................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas, English ................
B eets ..............................
Squashes ......................
Eggplant .....................
Watermelons ................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ................
Cucumbers ....................


I Acres I


Yield


3,515
12,090
12,760
1,100
10,040
540
28
79
10
59
20
235
50
160
1,600
400
176,930
11,920
156,450
3,670
800
8,300
80,580


I Value


bushels $
( |


(
(


tons






bushels
tons
c t
it





crates



I
"
"


6,830
8,337
15,335
1,100
20,020
1,220
560
1,580
200
1,500
400
880
100
480
2,300
500
271,785
14,138
234,400
8,110
1,200
8,410
120,298


86 carloads 14,924
5,362 crates 9,720
1,210 2,430
109,720 203,242

$ 950,059


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-Bear-1 Bearing
ing Trees I Trees


Oranges ..........................
Lemons ............................
Grapefruit ......................
Limes ...........................
Cocoanuts ........................


54,133
1,076
11,584

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


259,702
176
208,165
1,244
10,429


I
Crates I Value


340,473
295
540,838
387
62,980


496,759
590
542,028
777
5,443


565,640
50,703
504,931
16,620













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


INon-Bear- Bearing I
Iing Trees Trees Crates Value
Figs .................. .............. 228 96 64 $ 172
Bananas ............. ........ ..... ....... 28,087 23,087
Peaches .............................. 646 108 48 190
Pineapples ....................... ........... ............ 7 25
M angoes ............................ I............ 32,791 1,692 5,293
Persimmons, Japan ........ ............ 1,135 211 633
Pears, Avocodo ................ ............ 37,460 1,309 7,673
Pears ................................ 8 6 2 8
Sapodilla .......................... ............ ............ 76 195
Guavas .............................. ............ .......... 12,787 12,787
Apples, Sugar .................. ............ ............ 35 120
Pecans ............................ 40 14 *21 160
Plums ................................ 20 13 9 36
G rapes .............................. ............ ............ 11,585 837


*Bushels. tPounds.


POULTRY
I Number | Value


Com m on Barnyard .......................................
A ll Others ..................... ............... .........
Eggs .................... ...................................


MISCELLANEOUS


H oney ...................................... .....................
Beesw ax ............................... ...................
M ilk, (gallons) ..................... ......................
Butter ........................................ ...................
Cheese ........................................ ...................


LIVE STOCK


H orses ................. .................................
C olts ........... .......... ...................................
M ules ........................................ ........
M ule Colts ..................................... ........
W ork Oxen ....................................... ......
Dairy Cattle ..................... ............
Stock Cattle ..................... .................


40,075
340
400,294



Pounds
89,205
1,865
219,908
8,750
1,125



Number
265
5
250
2
2
154
4,086


50,632
1,246
175,861
227,739


I Value
1$ 6,957
459
112,125
4,301
232
$ 124,074


I Value
1$ 32,850
250
33,301
100
100
4,505
61,220
$ 132,326


$1,101,813













PURE BRED CATTLE


Breed
H ereford ......................................................
D evon ................................... ......................
Guernsey ............................ ......................


Number I Value
3 $ 225
2 150
6 450

$ 825


HOGS
Number, 793; Value, $5,930; Slaughtered, 6; Value, $60.

GOATS
SNumber Value
A ngora .................................................. . ....... 3 1$ 60
Com m on ..................:...... ........................ 2 20

$ 80














LEON
A cres .................................. ...............................................
Acres Reported in Farms ..............................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ......................... ...........

PRODUCTS


Cron


Cotton, Upland ............
C orn ...............................
O ats ...............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ............
Peas, Field ...................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Field Pea ............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Hay, Sorghum ..............
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Peanuts ..........................
Tobacco, Shade ..............
Tobacco, Field Open ....
Beans, Velvet ............
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
O nions ............................
Cabbage ........................
Tomatoes ......................
Beets .........................
Squash ...........................
Eggplant .......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres I ieio


12,504
36,229
91
31
1,223
394
16
147
26
1,331
6
1
7
914
21
5
1,003
8
1
6
2
4
1
2
264
2
12
2
2


1,391 bales $
368,752 bushels
1,255 "
1,507
112,204 "
60,059 gallons
1,880 "
530 bushels
111 "
1,118 tons
6 "
6 "
60
16,611 bushels
28,050 pounds
5,500 "
13,380 bushels
12 tons
55 crates
180 "
225
240
80
140
60 carloads
99 crates
715
100
250

$


152,276
368,752
1,255
2,314
57,960
45,288
1,291
2,045
139
24,540
150
60
600
16,611
133,000
2,575
10,371
160
70
400
550
560
160
230
5,710
124
1,020
85
350

828,646


FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-Bear- Bearing
Iing Trees Trees Crates Value


Oranges ..........................
Grapefruit ......................
Figs ...................................


215 7 2 1$
3 5 4
48 2,704 5,237


4
23
5,269


457,600
226,530
231,070
57,931


lielda


Crop


Acres


I value













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


Non-Bear- Bearing I
Sing Trees Trees I Crates Value
Peaches .......................... 285 3,568 4,086 $ 4,467
Persimmons, Japan ............ ... 32 62 68
Strawberries .................... ............ *1 300 100
Pears ................................ 350 1,842 1,059 3,088
Pecans .............................. 3,096 6,033 j5,027 24,525
Plum s ................................ 147 2,245 895 942
G rapes .............................. ........... ............ 18,770 1,877

*Acres. tBushels. $Pounds. $ 40,363

POULTRY
SNumber Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 63,659 j$ 39,681
A ll Others ...................... ....................... 8,569 8,541
Eggs ................................ ..................... 213,674 55,266

$ 103,488

MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds | Value
W ool ... ....... ................. ........................ 300 $ 75
H oney ........... ..................... ............................ 16,850 3,370
Beesw ax ........................ ..... ........ .............. 20 4
M ilk, (gallons) ................................................ 454,835 104,340
Butter ....................................... .................... 44,545 18,964

$ 126,753

LIVE STOCK
Number Value
H orses ................................. .......................... 1,379 $ 131,805
C olts ............................................ .................. 102 4,530
Mules ............................... ...................... 1,433 158,715
M ule Colts ................................ ................ 9 540
Asses and Jennets ........................................ 4 750
Work Oxen ........................ .. .................... 232 8,545
Dairy Cattle .......................................... ............ 3,620 110,420
Stock Cattle ........................................ .............. 6,085 59,160

$ 474,465













PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number | Value
H ereford ....................... ............................ .. 13 $ 225
Aberdeen Angus ........................................... 22 390
Guernsey ..................................................... 4 60
Jersey ........................................ .................... 1,966 26,390
Holstein .................... .............................. 37 495

$ 27,560

HOGS
Number, 11,846; Value, $40,482; Slaughtered, 6,907; Value,
$92,007; Shipped, 138; Value, $985.
SHEEP
Number, 90; Value, $350.
GOATS
SNumber | Value
A ngora ............................... ...................... 34 $ 96
Com m on ................................. ..................... 361 548

$ 644













MADISON

Reported in Farm s ................................................
Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
in Actual Cultivation .......................... ..........
PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
C orn ...............................
Oats ...........................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Peanuts ..........................
Rye ..........................
Tobacco, Shade ..............
Tobacco, Open Field ....
Beans, Velvet ................
Tomatoes ......................
Watermelons ................
Beans, String ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres
7,089
45
31,809
320
1
333
550
6
1,933
1,885
40
381
7
50
3
135
1
1


Yield I Value
540 bales 1$ 65,645


5 "
229,950 bushel:
3,550
50 "
32,200
139,650 gallons
1,350 "
1,269 tons
34,500 bushel
500 "
429,100 pounds
7,000 "
900 bushel
75 crates
21 carload
125 crates
50


1,500
s 229,950
3,500
150
32,200
S 139,650
1,350
24,930
s 34,900
1,000
S 319,550
2,100
s 900
300
s 2,425
150
50

$ 860,250


POULTRY


Common Barnyard ........................................
E g g s ........................................ .....................


LIVE STOCK

Horses .................... ............ ................
C olts ..................................................... .....
M u les ............................................... ............
Mule Colts ..................................... .......
Asses and Jennets ..................................
W ork Oxen ........................................ .....
Dairy Cows ............................................
Stock Cattle .......................... ............


Number I Value
107,149 1$ 54,225
185,640 54,620

$ 108,845


Number
530
2
1,496
6
2
5
736
11,153


Value
$ 42,550
100
155,700
300
150
240
14,290
106,550

$ 319,880


Acres
Acres
Acres
Acres


460,160
127,372
332,788
58,370


S











78
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed, Jersey; Number, 505; Value, $17,855.
HOGS
Number, 20,243; Value, $49,547; Slaughtered, 6,839; Value,
$61,500; Shipped, 2,990; Value, $28,020.
SHEEP
Number, 16; Value, $40.
GOATS
Common-Number, 412; Value, $690.















MANATEE
A cres ....................................................... .............................
Acres Reported in Farms .................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation .........................................

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ..............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn .....................
R ice ............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ............
Peas, Field ..................
P eanuts ..........................
Beans, Velvet ................
O nions .................. ........
Lettuce ........................
Celery .........................
Pepper .........................
Cabbage .......................
Tomatoes .......................
Peas, English ................
Beets ..................... ..
Eggplants ....................
Watermelons ..................
Beans, String ................
Cucum bers ....................


Acres


FRUITS AND


Oranges ...........................
Lemons .............................
Grapefruit ......................
Limes ...........................
Cocoanuts ........................
Peaches .........................
Pineapple ........................
Mangoes ...........................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears, Avocado ................


I Non-Bear-
ing Trees
17,234
44
S1,082
............
............
7
S ............
............
............


S Yield I Value
2 bales $ 360
16 24,250
7,752 bushels 7,762
404 835
50 150
32,200 32,200
3,475 gallons 3,475
550 500
615 bushels 705
50 100
415 705
300 crates 600
2,275 3,350
89,400 165,675
20,005 37,225
11,200 19,700
92,420 174,635
900 1,250
75 225
2,700 4,900
26 carloads 3,600
2,815 crates 5,455
3:825 8,085

$504,742


NUTS
Bearing
Trees
64,798
41
16,288
29
14
22
............
376
13
356


SCrates Value
S131,441 J$ 176,507
72 134
30,933 44,548
53 132
158 112
19 38
4 12
488 871
18 47
289 836


500,080
17,106
482,974
3,643














FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)


Strawberries ..................
Sapodilla ........................
Guavas .........................
Pecans .........................
Grapes .........................


SNon-Bear-1
Iing Trees
*8
..
............
4
............


"Acres. tBushels. jPounds.


POULTRY


Com m on Barnyard .......................................
A ll Others ...................................................
Eggs .............................................................


MISCELLANEOUS


W ool .............................................................
H oney .................................. .........................
M ilk, (gallons) .............................................
Butter ................................... ........................


Number Value
36,392 |$ 35,666
187 204
67,397 33,135

$ 69,005




Pounds Value
2,030 J$ 684
1,430 290
69,590 34,130
5,500 2,742

$ 378,846


LIVE STOCK


Number Value
H orses ....................................... 495 |$ 36,860
C olts ...................................... .................... 19 575
M ules ....................................... ............... 311 33,625
M ule Colts ........................ ...... .................... 4 600
Asses and Jennets ........................................ 4 80
Work Oxen ....................... ................... 5 200
Dairy Cow s ............................. ...................... 322 28,989
Stock Cattle ............................................... 11,948 73,583

$ 174,503


Bearing
Trees




28


Crates I
5,400 I$
25
2,270
t20
$60


Value
2,150
25
3,383
75
29


$ 228,890












PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number I Value
Jersey ............... .................... ....................... 37 $ 2,380
Guernsey ...................................... ....... ... 5 250

$ 2,630


HOGS
Number, 8,593; Value, $17,707;
$2,787; Shipped, 30; Value, $60.


SHEEP
Number, 1,340; Value, $2,404.

GOATS

Angora ................................. .... ........
Common ................................. ... ........


Slaughtered, 1,298; Value,


Number I Value
2 1$ 55
582 [ 1,051

$ 1,106











82

MARION
A cres ............... ........ ..... ........................... 1,054,080
Acres Reported in Farms ................................... .......... 257,964
Acres Reported Not in Farms ....................................... 796,116
Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................................... 58,991
PRODUCTS


Crop
Corn .......................
O ats ............................
Rice .................................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ....................
Beans, Soy ....................
Hay, Field Pea ..........
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Natal Grass ........
Hay, Kaffin Corn ..........
Hay, Japan Cane ..........
Cassava ..........................
Peanuts .........................
R ye .................................
Tobacco, Open Field ....
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
Onions .............................
Lettuce ...........................
Pepper ............................
Cabbage ..........................
Tomatoes ......................
Peas, English ................
Beets ..............................
Squash ...........................
Eggplant ........................
Rom aines ........................
C hufas ............................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans String ................
Beans, Lima ..................
Cucumbers .................


Acres
31,653
715
19
62
787
634
25
198
12
728
3,907
340
10
63
17
9,058
18
25
2,085
202
80
452
39
775
5,390
108
3
79
6
2
96
3,756
655
2,629
15
1,480


Yield I Value


1,249,590 bushels $1,249,590
7,150 28,600
404 835
2,480 9,920
23,610 23,610
190,200 gallons 190,200
7,500 7,500
1,980 bushels 3,960
140 740
1,456 tons 36,400
7,814 195,350
680 6,800
20 200
252 2,520
136 1,360
90,580 bushels 181,160
180 360
500 pounds 150
20,850 bushels 83,400
808 tons 20,200
16,000 crates 32,000
45,200 90,400
3,900 9,750
155,000 310,000
808,650 808,650
21,600 43,200
225 450
7,900 7,900
1,200 1,200
200 400
3,300 bushels 8,820
1,878 carloads 375,600
65,500 crates 131,000
525,800 1,155,600
3,000 6,000
148,800 148,800
$5,172,625













FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon-Bear- Bearing
ing Trees Trees


Oranges ..........................
Lemon ...............................
Grapefruit ......................
Figs ............................
Bananas .........................
Peaches ............................
Persimmons, Japan ........
Pears .................................
G uavas ..............................
Pecans .........................
Grapes ............................


247,974
109
368
70

105

90

585
.. ... .. .


261,802
16
1,295
467

1,414
126
256

2,588
............


*Bushels. tPounds.

MISCELLANEOUS

W ool .........................................................
H on ey ................................. ..........................
Milk, (gallons) ............................ ..........
B utter ................................. ..........................


Crates I Value
523,604 $1,047,208
5 20
100,000 90,000
520 1,107
200 400
2,089 1,728
630 3,150
1,024 4,096
2,070 4,500
*4,152 22,646
t2,259 965

$1,175,820


I Pounds I Value
S 5,514 $ 1,930
I 9,000 4,500
136,115 95,280
39,962 1,981

$ 103,691


POULTRY
INumber Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 65,732 $ 65,732
All Others ......................... .. ................... 13,921 27,844
Eggs ................................. ..................... 252,278 100,912
$ 194,48b

LIVE STOCK

Number Value
H orses ............................................. ................. 1,616 j$ 161,600


C olts .......... ............ .................................
M ules ...................... ............... ..............
M ule Colts ....................... .............. .........
Asses and Jennets .....................................
W ork Oxen ..................................... .........
Dairy Cows ....................... ..................
Stock Cattle ......................... ..... ............


92
1,180
41
3
4
673
30,925


4,600
118,000
2,050
130
75


67,300
247,400

$ 601,155











84.
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number | Value
H ereford ......................... ................. ... 76 $ 7,600
Shorthorn ........................... .................... 281 28,100
D evon .............................. ...... ............... 60 6,000
Aberdeen Angus .......................................... 104 10,400
Guernsey ........................ ..... ................... 24 2,400
Jersey .............................. ......................... 419 41,900
H olstein .................................... .............. 40 1,900

$ 98,300

HOGS
Number, 19,837; Value, $39,674; Slaughtered, 10,283; Value,
$81,264; Shipped, 888; Value, $4,319.
SHEEP
Number, 2,559; Value, $10,236.
GOATS
I Number I Value
A ngora ........................................ ... 12 $ 120
Com m on ........................................................ 914 1,808

$ 1,928













NASSAU
A cres ........................................................ ............................
Acres Reported in Farms ..................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms ..........................................
Acres Reported in Actual Cultivation ..............................

PRODUCTS


Crop


Cotton, Upland ............
Cotton, Sea Island ........
Corn ..............................
R ice ........... ......... ........
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ........
Peanuts ..........................
Beans, Velvet ................
Onions ..........................
Dasheens ......................
Watermelons ................


I Acres I Yie]


5
2,787
3
1
7
622
188
1
4
373
616
118
1
20
1


I..................
115
40
60
820
7,400
39,505
200
2
206
5,020
1,020
50
2,045
1


403,200
71,088
332,112
5,068


Id I Value
............... $ 80
bales 34,420
bushels 60
100
820
7,400
gallons 39,505
200
tons 60
3,850
bushels 14,200
3,061
crates 100
3,010
carload 200

$ 107,066


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear-I Bearing
I ing Trees Trees Crates Value
Peaches ........................... 24 545 539 $ 1,526
Persimmons, Japan ........ ........ 274 262 595
Pears ................................ 15 58 46 364
Pecans ............................ 1,860 1,310 *600 690
Plums .............................. 12 66 43 255

*Bushels. $ 3,430
MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds I Value


W ool ........................ ....... .....................
M ilk, (gallons) ............................................
Butter ................................. .....................


900
210,421
240


1$ 304
91,955
275

$ 92,534


POULTRY
Number | Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 62,296 1$ 62,296


I












LIVE STOCK
Number I Value
H orses ............................... ..................... .209 $ 20,800
Mules ................................... ..................... 336 23,500
W ork Oxen ................................................... 175 8,720
Dairy Cows ........................................... 487 6,200
Stock Cattle ...................................................... 13,607 104,036

$ 163,256
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number I Value
Guernsey ..................................... .................. 102 $ 9,150
Jersey .................................... ....................... 162 6,540
H olstein ................................ ................. 7 650-

$ 16,340
HOGS
Number, 7,047; Value, $27,946; Slaughtered, 2,165; Value,
$30,670; Shipped, 75; Value, $765.

GOATS
Common-Number, 375; Value, $391.













OKALOOSA
A cres .............................................................. 607,360
PRODUCTS


Crop Acres
Cotton, Upland ............ 1,963
Cotton, Sea Island ........ 8
Corn ............................... 14,795
O ats .............................. 12
Rice .............................. 7
Potatoes, Irish .............. 50
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 427
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 1,473
Syrup, Sorghum ......... 85
Hay, Field Pea .............. 5
Hay, Native Grass ...... 22
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 16
Cassava ............................ 1
Peanuts .......................... 1,058
Rye ................................. 5
Beans, Velvet ................ 4,149
Hay, Velvet Bean ........ 602
Onions ............................ 1
Pepper ........................... 1
Peas, English ................ 1
Squashes ........................ 19
Watermelons ................ 21
Cantaloupes .................. 5
Beans, String ................ 31
Beans, Lima .................. 2
Cucumbers .................... 22


Yield I Value
300 bales $ 30,000
1 150
89,965 bushels 89,965
100 150
75 167
349 873
56,662 43,714
20,414 gallons 25,180
550 435
2 tons 40
8 160
11 130
20 400
17,012 bushels 23,560
160 160
13,251 26,448
1,427 tons 5,900
50 crates 100
6 15
50 100
82 432
4 carloads 725
43 crates 110
221 457
10 20
25 451

$ 249,842


FRUITS AND NUTS
I Non-Bear- Bearing
Sing Trees Trees Crates Value


Oranges ...........................
Figs ..................................
Peaches ............................
Pears ................................
A pples, Sugar .................
Pecans ..............................
Plum s ...............................
Grapes ..........................

*Bushels. fPounds.


1,903
154
321
3,330

6,903
33


362
971
3,427
320

3,730
19
............


493
37
119
18
12
*2.330
5
t350


$ 986
50
792
108
28
9,873
13
37

$ 11,887













POULTRY

Common Barnyard ................ .................
A ll O others .......................... ....................
E g gs ................................... ..........................


Number Value
16,600 1$ 119,949
828 1,733
33,840 16,346

$ 30,028


MISCELLANEOUS
Pounds j Value
W ool .............................................................. 2,900 $ 1,427
Honey ............................... ..................... 1,100 736
M ilk, (gallons) ...................... .................... 42,565 21,310
Butter ............................................................ 13,846 6,470

$ 29,943
LIVE STOCK


H orses ....................... ........ .....................
Colts .............................................................
M ules ........................................ .................
M ule Colts ............................ ......... ...........
W ork Oxen ........................ .........................
Dairy Cattle ................................................ ..
Stock Cattle ......................... .......................


PURE BRED CATTLE


Number I Value
152 1$ 12,269
3 225
608 46,168
837 41,850
60 1,385
717 16,000
3,399 24,029

$ 141,926


Breed Number Value
H ereford ............................ .................. 76 1$ 505

HOGS
Number, 6,818; Value, $66,066; Slaughtered, 1,384; Value,
$11,137; Shipped, 2; Value, $20.

SHEEP
Number, 518; Value, $1,337.

GOATS
I Number I Value
Angora ................................ ................... 94 $ 222
Common ........................... ... ........... ...... 655 2,435

$ 2.657













OKEECHOBEE
A cres .......................................................... ... 460,800
Acres Reported in Farms ................................ .................. 7,482
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................. 453,318
Acres in Actual Cultivation .............................................. 980

PRODUCTS
Crop Acres Yield j Value
Corn .............................. 303 4,095 bushels $ 8,190
Potatoes, Irish .............. 15 1,140 2,280
Potatoes, Sweet ........... 73 4,253 8,506
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 26 6,010 gallons 6,447
Syrup, Sorghum .......... 1 225 225
Peas, Field .................... 77 I 1,262 bushels 2,524
Hay, Field Pea ............. 6 12 tons 240
Hay, Natal Grass ....... 3 7 120
Hay, Para Grass .......... 365 129 1,900
Cassava ......................... 2 4 60
Hay, Velvet Bean .......... 10 20 300
Cabbage ......................... 1 300 crates 150
Tomatoes ........................ 101 9,194 10,856
Peas, English ................ 2 500 1,330
Eggplants ...................... 2 212 424
Watermelons ................ 10 4 carloads 1,215
Beans String .................. 34 2,110 crates 3,107
Cucumbers .................... 2 101 302

$ 48,176

FRUITS AND NUTS

Non-Bear-I Bearing I
ing Trees | Trees Crates I Value
Oranges .......................... 4,500 13,630 23,338 $ 21,777
Lemons ............................ 600 235 515 1,009

$ 22,786

POULTRY
SNumber I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 15,008 $ 12,137
All Others ........................... ..................... 739 608
Eggs ...................................... ................ 22,638 13,866

$ 26,611












MISCELLANEOUS
I Pounds I Value
W qol ............................... ..... .................. 375 $ 75
Honey ..................................... .............. 1,982 198
Milk, (gallons) ......................................... 37,031 23,977
Butter .............................. ....................... 2,360 1,383

$ 25,633

LIVE STOCK
I Number I Value
Horses ............................... ......................... 284 $ 43,005
C olts .................................. .................... 45 1,985
M ules ....................... ... ............ ........ ....... 60 9,170
Dairy Cattle ..................... ........................ 124 5,840
Stock Cattle .............................................. 19,425 188,088

$ 248,088

PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number Value


H ereford ............................................... ........
Shorthorn ...................................................
Guernsey ....................... ................ ....
Jersey ................. ....... ................................


1$ 400
200
6,825
1,251

$ 8,676


IIOGS
Number, 2,488; Value, $5,238; Slaughtered, 484; Value,
$3,417; Shipped, 667; Value, $4,187.
SHEEP
Number, 75; Value, $300.










91

ORANGE
A cres ....................................................... 569,600
Acres Reported in Farms ......................... ................... 113,676
Acres Reported Not in Farms ......................................... 455,924
Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................................... 27,626
PRODUCTS
Crop Acres Yield Value
Corn .............................. 1,676 32,130 bushels 62,800
Oats .............................. 16 300 550
Rice .............................. 1 35 150
Potatoes, Irish .............. 31 2,680 7,895
Potatoes, Sweet ............ 200 21,875 43,800
Syrup, Sugar Cane ...... 8 1,005 gallons 1,375
Hay, Field Pea .............. 126 4 tons 80
Hay, Native Grass ...... 2,500 2,500 50,000
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 15 15 300
Cassava ......................... 5 50 500
Rye ................................ 1 20 bushels 75
Onions ............................ 2 155 crates 750
Lettuce .......................... 720 300,850 166,350
Celery ............................ 49 23,100 25,700
Pepper .......................... 300 132,025 202,000
Cabbage ....................... 128 43,055 44,225
Tomatoes ...................... 81 4,795 I 6,910
Peas, English ................ 49 2,570 8,660
Beets .............................. 2 175 310
Squash ............................ 8 785 1,320
Eggplants ...................... 6 1,150 4,400
Romaine ........................ 48 27,900 21,050
Watermelon .................. 216 40 carloads 10,535
Cantaloupes .................. 2 400 crates 600
Beans, String ................ 27 3,425 5,310
Beans, Lima .................. 1 100 300
Cucumbers .................... 886 98,990 120,430

$ 786,375
FRUITS AND NUTS
SNon Bear- Bearing |
ing Trees Trees I Crates Value
Oranges ........................ 448,483 628,479 1,336,410 $1,157,535
Lemons .......................... ............ 462 800 1,600
Grapefruit ...................... 9,400 76,015 233,630 142,315
Lim es ............................ ............ 1,000 1,000 2,000
F igs ................................ ............ 500 400 650
Bananas ........................ ............ ............ 8,765 4,860













FRUITS AND NUTS
(Continued)

SNon-Bear-1 Bearing I
Sing Trees I Trees Crates I Value
Peaches .......................... 800 1,511 1,765 $ 3,000
Pineapples ...................... I ............ ............ 10 40
Persimmons, Japan ...... ............ 500 500 750
Pears, Avocado ............ ............ 200 500 2,000
Strawberries .................. ............ *6 6,400 1,715
Pears .............................. 35 78 54 240
G uavas ............................... ............ ............ 25 25
Pecans ............................ 248 347 $382 1,615
Plums ............................ 27 50 100 200
Grapes ............................ ......... ........... 58,550 7,070

*Acres fPounds. $Bushels. $1,325,615

POULTRY

Number I Value
Common Barnyard ........................................ 66,493 $ 68,577
All Others ......................... .. .................. 946 2,795
E ggs ............................................. ..................... 237,685 110,717


$ 182,089
MISCELLANEOUS

Pounds I Value
H oney ............................... ............................ 15,860 j$ 4,750
Beesw ax ........................ .. .....................2,000 800
Milk, (gallons) .............................................. 451,425 220,750
Butter .............................. ...................... 5,050 3,350

$ 229,650
LIVE STOCK


H orses .................................................. ..
C olts ..................................... ......................
Mules ...................................... .......
Mule Colts .......................................
Work Oxen ............................
Dairy Cattle ...........................


Number I Value
800 $ 80,000
100 7,500
582 117,225
4 300
4 100
1,475 75,300
I I I i


StocK Cattle ................................................... .............. I ,IU

$ 351,525











PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value
Guernsey ......... ......................... ...................... 35 $ 3,675
Jersey ......................................... ..................... 737 92,825

$ 96,500
HOGS
Number, 3,702; Value, $27,387; Slaughtered, 1,569; Value,
$18,834; Shipped, 36; Value, $350.
SHEEP
Number, 83; Value, $545.


GOATS
A ngora ...................... ......... .....................
Common .........................................


Number I Value
25 1$ 800
30 130

$ 930


I














OSCEOLA

A cres .............................................................. ........
Acres Reported in Farms ................................................
Acres Reported Not in Farms .........................................
Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................ ............


Crop
Corn ..............................
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Peas, Field ....................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Native Grass ......
Onions ............................
Lettuce ..........................
Celery ..........................
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage ........................
Tomatoes ......................
Peas, English ................
B eets .......... ......... .......
Squash ..........................
Eggplants ....................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ................
Cucumbers ....................


PRODUCTS
Acres I Yield I Value


565 6,863 bushels
79 4,241 "
111 9,855 "
15 1,850 gallons
21 113 bushels
10 5 tons
139 155 "
5 343 crates
2 235
2 1,306
18 5,545 "
45 7,490
57 5,840
3 320
1 140
2 270
9 1,170
82 14 carload:
4 300 crates
27 4,901 "
49 5,400 "


s $ 6,863
82,089
19,690
1,850
760
150
4,650
1,019
475
950
9,211
11,383
2,827
940
300
595
1,960
s 3,570
300
4,935
2,575

$ 157,089


FRUITS AND NUTS
Non-Bear- Bearing I
ing Trees Trees Crates Value
Oranges .......................... 40,426 840,435 214,992 $ 130,060
Grapefruit ...................... 2,774 25,415 51,142 51,142
B ananas ............................ ............ ............ 1,787 67'
Peaches ............................ 858 457 2,420 356
Pineapples ........................ ............ ............ 750 1,500
Strawberries ................. . .......... *12 20,200 4,350
Pecans ............................ 900 101 t59 830
Grapes .............................. ........... ............ 100 8

*Acres. tBushels. $Pounds. $ 188,923


915,840
75,000
840,840
5,037













POULTRY

Common Barnyard .......................................
A ll O others ....................... ........................
E g gs .................................. ...........................


MISCELLANEOUS


SNumber Value
41,705 $ 20,850
9 48 109
91,281 31,948


$ 52,907


I Pounds I Value
W ool ............................................................ 3,615 $ 1,109
Honey ........................... ................... 6,220 1,246
Milk, (gallons) ......................................... 76,130 30,452
Butter .................................. ...................... 15,632 7,816

$ 40,623
LIVE STOCK
I Number I Value
H ors2s .............................. ......................... 758 1$ 40,106
Colts ................................... ................... 104 2,080
M ules ................................ ......... ............. 134 14,200
Dairy Cows .......................... ................... 548 34,035
Stock Cattle ............................. .................. 48,848 390,784

$ 481,205
PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed Number Value


H ereford ............... ........ .............................
Shorthorn .............. ........ ............................
A berdeen Angus ..............................................
Guernsey ............. ......... ............................
Jersey ................. .... ...................................
H olstein .............. ........ ..............................


25
2,500
7,541
100
2,095
4,550


$ 16,811
HOGS
Number, 6,705; Value, $15,814; Slaughtered, 9,403; Value,
$94,500; Shipped, 411; Value, $1,387.

SHEEP
Number, 1,320; Value, $6,650.

GOATS
Common-Number, 352; Value, $1,056.










96

PALM BEACH
A cres ...................................................................... .... 1,720,520
Acres Reported in Farms ....................... .................. 69,901
Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................1,650,619
Acres in Actual Cultivation ........................................... 7,538

PRODUCTS

Crop Acres Y ield I Value
Corn .............................. 202 14,050 bushels $ 16,050
Potatoes, Irish .............. 248 21,300 99,300
Syrup, Sugar Cane .... 1,415 71,250 gallons 71,250
Hay, Native Grass ........ 503 5,006 tons 100,120
Hay, Natal Grass ........ 8 40 800
Celery ............................ 10 4,000 crates 8,000
Pepper ............................ 71 16,500 49,500
Tomatoes ...................... 1,291 185,800 371,700
Peas, English ................ 90 4,500 22,500
Eggplants ...................... 14 1,400 3,000
Beans, String ................ 991 104,950 241,950
Beans, Lima .................. 131 12,550 54,525
Cucumbers .................... 5 250 500

$1,039,195

FRUITS AND NUTS

Non-Bear- Bearing |
ing Trees Trees Crates Value
Oranges .......................... 7,875 64,145 277,690 $ 653,195
Lemons ............................ 45 1,092 3,276 6,552
Grapefruit ...................... 5,941 36,989 194,780 497,870
Lim es ............................... ............ 1,584 4,826 4,964
Cocoanuts ................... ......... 40,638 815,880 85,188
Bananas ... ............... ......... ............ 5,932 5,932
Pineapples ........................ ......... ......... 125,200 373,650
Mangoes ............................... 7,688 34,440 19,220
Pears, Avocado ................. .... 4,012 23,672 118,360
Sapodilla ....... ............ ............ ............ 825 825
Guavas .......... ... ............ ............ 11,912 5,956
A pples, Sugar .................. ............ ............ 102 102

$1,771,814













POULTRY


Common Barnyard ........................................
A ll O others ....................... ...................... ...


LIVE STOCK


Number Value
14,947 $ 14,586
1,099 1,230

$ 15,816


I Number I Value
H orses ........................................................ 37 $ 7,565
M ules ................................... ................... 63 12,600
Dairy Cow s ........................ ......... ............... 134 16,810
Stock Cattle ............................................ 1,709 245,990

$ 282,965
PURE BRED CATTLE


Breed
G uernsey .......................... ......................
Jersey ..................... .......... ... ..............


HOGS


Number Value
150 1$ 45,000
322 118,300
$ 163,300


Number, 12; Value, $235; Slaughtered, 1; Value, $20.














PASCO

Acres .......................................................... 490,880

Acres Reported in Farms ........................ .. ................... 35,028

Acres Reported Not in Farms ............................................. 455,852

Acres in Actual Cultivation ............................................ 8,830

PRODUCTS


Crop
Cotton, Upland ..............
C orn .......................... .....
O ats .............................
R ice ........... .......... .......
Potatoes, Irish ..............
Potatoes, Sweet ............
Syrup, Sugar Cane ......
Syrup, Sorghum ..........
Peas, Field ..................
Beans, Soy ..................
Hay, Field Pea ..............
Hay, Rhodes Grass ......
Hay, Native Grass ......
Hay, Millet ..................
Hay, Natal Grass ..........
Cassova ........................
Peanuts ..........................
Beans, Velvet ................
Hay, Velvet Bean ........
O nions ............................
Pepper ..........................
Cabbage .......................
Tomatoes ......................
Beets .........................
Squash ..........................
Eggplant ......................
Watermelons ................
Cantaloupes ..................
Beans, String ................
Beans, Lima ................
Cucumbers ....................


Acres
111
2,886
3
1
32
212
493
4
716
32
175
1
38
1
80
1
226
305
657
4
1
11
12
1
2
18
85
2
737
2
35


Yield Value
46 bales $ 4,600
36,449 bushels 36,249
100 100
45 85
4,290 4,461
29,028 26,500
26,219 gallons 26,219
650 650
83,452 bushels 84,160
225 750
175 tons 3,810
1 40
70 1,060
1 20
60 1,050
5 100
1,854 bushels 4,089
2,348 5,270
95 tons 950
561 crates 907
110 135
1,380 1,912
851 931
60 185
50 150
850 1,000
32 carloads 9,500
20 crates 100
1,981 6,607
232 259
2,863 9,190

$ 231,039














FRUITS AND NUTS


Oranges ...........................
Lem ons .............................
Grapefruit .......................
Lim es ...........................
Figs ...................................
Bananas ...........................
Peaches ............................
Pineapples .......................
Persimmons, Japan ......
Pears, Avocado ................
Strawberries ...................
Pears ...........................
Guavas .........................
Pecans .........................
Plum s ...............................
Grapes ............................


175,636
92
26,429
............
25

18,009





166

996
170


*Acres. t fBushels. $Pounds.


POULTRY
I Number Value
Common Barnyard .......................................... 93,257 $ 78,410
All Others ................................................... 640 680
Eggs ......................................................... 493,328 114,663
$ 193,753
MISCELLANEOUS
SPounds I Value
Honey ................................. ................ 2,550 $ 1,040
Milk, (gallons) ............................................. 236,610 168,033
B utter .......................................... .................... 111,872 55,436
Cheese ............................. .......................... 300 120
$ 224,629
LIVE STOCK
Number | Value
Horses .................................... ................... 790 1$ 57,040


C olts ..................... .......... ..............
M ules ...................................... ............
M ule Colts ......................... ............. ......
Work Oxen ..................................... .........
Dairy Cattle ......................... ............
Stock Cattle ..................... ... .............


17
366
1
27
569
8,880


1,170
47,000
50
1,110
8,155
142,852
$ 257,377


I Non-Bear- Bearing
I ing Trees Trees


243,497
1,015
111,295
230
47

8,514

2,528
4,999
*26
358

242
94
............


I Crates


137,771
2,298
154,007
710
138
625
1,857
7
78
19
34,520
28
3,048
t382
540
$17,857


Value
$ 185,144
4,497
77,004
1,250
594
1,460
5,890
21
2,351
1,426
6,723
665
3,121
22,342
1,073
5,565
$ 319,126













PURE BRED CATTLE
Breed I Number I Value
Hereford ........................ .................. 2 $ 125
D evon ............................ ........................ 2 110
Guernsey .......................... ... ........... ....... 38 2,070
Jersey .............................. ......................... 921 53,925
H olstein ................................. ................ 147 2,545

$ 58,775
HOGS
Number, 5,285; Value, $26,637; Slaughtered, 1,190; Value,
$13,847; Shipped, 283; Value, $1,244.

SHEEP
I Number I Value


A ngora ................................ .........................
Com m on .......................................................


1 1$ 5
661 765

$ 770




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