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    Front Cover
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    Abstract
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    Acknowledgement
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    Table of Contents
        Page ii
        Page iii
    Introduction
        Page 1
    Summary
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Values of primary products, marketing margins and end products
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
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    Footnotes
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    Other cash incomes of primary producers
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Ple Ralph A. Eastwood


Economic Information
Report 74


Florida Aggreate Primary
Producer Incomes ond Marketing


Margins,


1967-75.


Food and Resource eenesmics Department
College of Agerulturi
Cooperative Extension Service
Institute of Feed and Agricultural Sciences
University of Plorida, Gainesville 32611


June 1977














ABSTRACT

Florida agriculture, forestry and commercial fisheries are so unique
that their data bases in the public domain do not reflect substantial sources
of the personal incomes of their primary producers, marketing margins and
retail values of end products. This publication presents primary and secondary
research data bearing on those attributes of each important subsector (line
item) of each of the three sectors.

Observed economic and social activity of Florida primary producers in the
three sectors of interest here cannot be accounted for only by study of their
incomes from primary or tertiary production in the sectors. Aggregate personal
incomes which the national farm population derive from non-farm sources have
been nearly as large as those from farm sources. Accordingly, estimates of the
incomes Florida producers receive from other sources are provided.

Key words: Agriculture, forestry, commercial fisheries, marketing,
marketing margins, other source incomes.












ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


Development of this material has been a group project of commodity
specialists in the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences for a number
of years. Colleagues who were commodity specialists and a number of friends
in knowledgeable top managerial positions in the industries in Florida
contributed expertise to complete each industrial description.
Valued assistance came from at least 30 such anonymous contributors.
They were asked whether they desired attribution. None accepted the
invitation, so the author accepts full responsibility for the opinions and
facts as recorded, in the belief that they were the best available at the
time.
Anyone with comments to offer or improvements to suggest is cordially
invited to share them. References to new and improved data and to relevant
research methodology are especially welcome.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page

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

SUMMARY . . . . .. ..... . . . . 2

VALUES OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS, MARKETING MARGINS AND END PRODUCTS . . 4

OTHER CASH INCOMES OF PRIMARY PRODUCERS . . . . . . . 25



LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

1 Summary: Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary
Products and End Products, Marketing Margins and Other
Cash Incomes of Primary Producers of Florida Agriculture,
Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1967-75 .......... 3

2 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
agriculture, forestry and commercial fisheries, 1967 . . 5

3 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1968 . . 7

4 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1969 . . 9

5 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1970 .. . 11

6 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1971 . .. 13











7 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1972 . . 15

8 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1973 . . 17

9 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1974 .... . 19

10 Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products,
Values of End Products and Marketing Margins of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1975 . . 21

11 Estimated Aggregate Personal Cash Incomes from Other Than
Primary Production by Primary Producers of Florida
Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1967-75 . 25











FLORIDA AGGREGATE PRIMARY PRODUCER INCOMES
AND MARKETING MARGINS, 1967-75


Ralph A. Eastwood


INTRODUCTION


The idea for this publication developed in the early sixties.
Managers of agricultural and agriculturally related enterprises began to
ask for planning data of this nature for use in their businesses. Users
and uses in business and government increased at a gratifying rate.
Early editions were ad hoc responses to the specific requests. Demand
soon became large enough to justify preparing a new issue each year as soon
as USDA data became available for the purpose. Typically at those times,
the two latest issues were revised and one developed for the new year. All
were revised for this publication. The bases for all judgments were the
latest data and professional opinions routinely available in the public
domain supplemented by information available from respected private sources.
The procedure was to use statistics published by federal and state
agencies when possible because they had so few equals for dependability.
They were accorded top confidence level evaluation. Unfortunately, they
totally lacked data on some income segments important in Florida and were
less comprehensive than available third-party information and expert
opinions for some other segments. In such situations, especially for lines
70-86 in Tables 2-10, the alternate sources were used.


RALPH A. EASTWOOD is Professor-Extension Marketing EConomist in the
Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida.












SUMMARY


Two concepts are involved in primary producer incomes. One relates
to the gross or net cash or total incomes from marketing and perquisites
of primary products of agriculture, forestry and commercial fisheries. The
second involves the earnings from investments of time and other resources
by primary producers in endeavors outside those of the primary production
stages of the three extractive sectors.
The observed economic and social performance of primary producers
cannot be reconciled satisfactorily with their incomes from either source
without considering effects of the other. One indication is that in 1975
the national aggregate personal income of the farm population was almost
equally divided between those from farm and non-farm sources--$22,751
million vs. $22,708 million. Another is that some agricultural lenders
do not lend to farmers with average or lower incomes from farming unless
they also have substantial non-farm incomes. A third is the levels of
expenditure and living one observes among primary producers. The Florida
cases appear to be no exceptions to the generalizations.
Accordingly, both concepts are estimated in this publication. The
methods used are not fully comparable. Those desiring to combine the two
concepts and sets of values may do so. They are cautioned that the results
are highly likely to be more useful as insights than to be mathematically
significant.
















Table 1.--Summary: Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products
and End Products, Marketing Margins and Other Cash Incomes of
Primary Producers of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial
Fisheries, 1967-75.



Primary and End Products

Cash Receipts Retail Values ketn Other Cash
Year from Primar of Corresponding Mare in Incomes of
Marketings End Products Primary Producers

Thou. Dol. Thou. Dol. Thou. Dol. Thou. Dol.

1967 1,369,819 5,660,858 4,291,039 147,000
1968 1,418,975 5,317,838 3,898,863 183,000
1969 1,578,844 6,185,515 4,606,671 214,000
1970 1,754,211 6,099,894 4,345,683 247,000
1971 1,894,264 6,396,659 4,502,395 274,000
1972 2,237,987 6,469,694 4,231,707 322,000
1973 2,688,848 8,168,964 5,480,116 385,000
1974 2,891,028 8,685,695 5,794,667 430,000
1975 3,333,015 10,247,572 6,914,557 462,000


1. See Column 2, Tables 2-10 infra for details.
2. See Column 2, Tables 2-10 infra for details.
3. The difference between the two previous columns.
2-10 infra for details.
4. See Table 11 infra for details.


See also Column 3, Tables








VALUES OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS, MARKETING MARGINS AND END PRODUCTS


This section records the detailed estimates of cash values for each
primary commodity or equivalent produced in the agricultural, forestry and
commercial fishery sectors of the Florida economy, and for the end products
from those primary materials sold at retail anywhere and at any time. To the
extent basic data permitted, the incomes aggregate the cash earnings of
proprietors and owners from all stages of production in and out of Florida
in the three enumerated sectors. Double counting and aggregation of effects
of multiple ownership in each stage were recognized, and minimized if not
eliminated. Incomes of employees were not included as such. Those would be
components of the costs of goods sold or to be sold. Beginning and ending
inventories were considered equal.











Table 2.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Connercial Fisheries, 1967

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4umn 2mn 5 Column 6


Estimated Aggregate Personal
Income Earned in Floriga
by Primary Producers

Estimated Estimated
Cash Receipts Share of
From Primary Retail
Marketings or Value of 3
Equivalent End Products

Thou. Dols. %


Estimated
Retail Value of
Corresponding
End Products
Whenever and
Wherever
Produced and
Sold
(Col.2 + Col.3)


Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS 1,369,319

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 1,303,239

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Coninodities 1,136,110

5 Livestock Products7 320,875

6 Meat Animals 134,026
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy) 120.994
SHogs 13,002
9 Sheep and Lambs 30

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal) 112,302
11 Milk Wholesale 97,682
12 Milk Retail 15,120

13 Poultry arid Eggs 67.345
14 E'gs 53,995
15 Broilers 10,546
16 Farm Chickens 2,804

17 Miscellaneous Livestock 6,702
18 Honey 2,729
19 Beeswax 163
20 W;ool 12
21 Other Livestock and
Poultry? 3,793

22 Crops 815,235

23 Food Grains 1,272
24 Wheat 1,272

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion) 14,109
26 Corn 12,054
27 Hay 1,935
28 Oats 120

29 Cotton 978
30 Cotton Lint 838
31 Cottonseed 140

32 Tobacco 32,145

33 Oil Crops 15,953
34 Peanuts 8,689
35 Soybeans8 6,569
36 Tungnuts 695

37 Vegetables 264,956
38 Tomatoes 77,640
39 Corn, Sweet 27,038
40 Celery 20,893
41 Potatoes 16,873
42 Peppers 22,722
43 Beans, Snap 20,059
44 Cabbage 10,936

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


24.2

29.0



29.0

52.5

52.8

52.9
52.0
56.0


52.6
49.0
100.0

53.2
57.0
47.0
30.0

40.6
40.0
10.0
10.0

48.1

24.7

15.0
15.0


77.4
75.0
95.0
95.0

11.3
10.0
50.0

11.5

45..4
50.0
50.0
15.0

32.9
34.0
33.0
33.0
28.0
37.0
36.0
29.0


5,660,858 N/A

4,493,297 N/A


3,914,712

611,275

253,780

228,722
25,004
54


214,471
199,351
15,120

126,513
94,728
22,438
9.347

16,511
6.823
1,680
120

7,888

3,303.437

8,480
8,480


18,235
16,072
2,037
126

8,660
8,380
280

279,522

35,149
17,378
13,138
4,633

806,370
228,353
81,933
63,312
60,261
61,411
55,719
37,710


Products


Florida's
Rank
Among
the
States


Confidence
Level
Evaluation6


N/A

N/A



N/A

N/A

N/A

25, 45
43
38, 48


3
3
3

N/A
33
35
31

N/A


1 1


N/A 1
27 1
10 1
2 1

N/A 1
17 1
17 1

N/A I

N/A 1
8 1
2 1
2 1

N/A 1
16 1
3 1
10 1
4 1
1 1
4 1
10 1


--Continued











Table 2.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Coimnercial Fisheries, 1967 -- Continued

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florica Retail Value of
by Primary Producers Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever ard Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluatiorn
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 : Col.3f


Thou. Dols. %


45 Watermelons 17,356
46 Cucumbers 11,754
47 Escarole 4,306
48 Lettuce 2,988
49 Eggplant 2,751
50 Spinach9 671
51 Cantaloupes 10 468
52 Beans, Lima 11 371
53 Sub-Tropical
Vegetables 5,000
54 Other Vegeta1bes
and Melons10-11 23,130

55 Fruits and Nuts 342,026
56 Oranqes 246,528
57 Grapefruit 62,634
58 Tangerines 10,346
59 Tangelos 5,419
60 Strawberries 5,790
61 Lir-es 3,036
62 Avocados 2,373
63' Pecans 1,152
64 Other Fruits and Nuts 4,748

65 All Other Crops 143,796
66 Greenhouse Nursery 81,426
67 Sugarcane for SLiar 57,103
68 Forest Products 3,899
69 Other Field Crops 1,363

70 ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE


30.0
37.0
30.0
34.0
30.0
25.0
30.0
30.0

38.0

30.0

22.1
22.0
21.0
22.0
22.0
33.3
25.0
25.0
25.0
33.0

24.0
25.0
38.0
3.33
25.0


Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


57,853
31,768
14,353
8,788
9,170
2,684
1,560
1,237

13,158

77.100

1,548,487
1,r20,582
298,257
47,027
24,632
17,387
12,144
9,492
4,603
14,38b

598,534
325,704
150,271
117,087
5,472


10
7
3
7
1
N/A
11
2

N/A

N/A


71 Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84)

72 Government Payments
73 Turf Grass (Cut Sod)
74 Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66)
75 Real Estate
Sales and Trades13
76 Equipment and Machi~ery
Sales and Trades -
77 Horses
(Other than line 21)
78 Small Animals
79 Greyhounds
80 Game Birds
81 Tropical Fish
82 Alligators
83 Catfish
84 Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos


167,129

17,643
10,000

16,967

N/A

N/A

41,750
32,000
12,000
174
12,500
1,250
12,845


100.0
50.0

25.0

N/A

N/A

100.0
10.0
33.3
37.5
50.0
100.0
33.3


10,000 100.0


578,585 N/A N/A 2 2

17,643 34 N/A 1 1
20,000 N/A N/A 2 2

67,868 3 N/A 3 3

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

41,750 N/A N/A 3 3
320,000 N/A N/A 3 3
36,036 1 1 3 3
464 N/A N/A 3 3
25,000 N/A N/A 3 3
1,250 N/A N/A 3 3
38,574 N/A N/A 3 3


10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS 12
(Other than line 68) 35,802 3.33 1,075,135 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 30,778 33.3 92.426 N/A N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.











Table 3.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Prdducts, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1968

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation6
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of 3 Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 1 Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4

1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS 1,418,975 26.7 5,317,838 N/A N/A 2 2

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 1,348,247 32.5 4,151,407 N/A N/A 2 2

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities 1,210,984 31.2 3,878,088 12 N/A 1 2
7
5 Livestock Products 324,174 53.6 604,901 25 N/A 1 2

6 Meat Animals 122,452 52.3 234,033 N/A N/A 1 2
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy) 108,189 52.5 206,074 25 24, 45 1 2
8 Hogs 14,229 51.0 27,900 25 47 1 2
9 Sheep and Lambs 34 58.0 59 44 43; 49 1 2

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal) 115,123 53.8 213.890 N/A N/A 1 1
11 Milk Wholesale 98,767 50.0 197,534 14 3 1 1
12 Milk Retail 16,356 100.0 16,356 3 7 1 1

13 Poultry and Eggs 79,470 55.9 142,039 N/A N/A 1 2
14 Eggs 60,275 60.0 100.458 12 39 1 2
15 Broilers 16,641 49.0 33,961 15 35 1 1
16 Farm Chickens 2.554 33.0 7,670 14 33 1 2

17 Miscellaneous Livestock 7,129 47.9 14,889 N/A N/A 1 3
18 Honey 3,820 60.0 6,367 1 22 1 3
19 Beeswax 226 10.0 2,260 1 22 1 3
20 Wool 12 10.0 120 44 29 1 3
21 Other Livestock and
Poultry 3,071 50.0 6,142 N/A N/A 1 3

22 Crops 886,810 27.1 3,273,187 5 N/A 1 2

23 Food Grains 1,479 15.0 9,860 N/A N/A 1 1
24 Wheat 1,479 15.0 9,860 39 10 1 1

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion) 12,163 77.3 15,725 N/A N/A 1 2
26 Corn 10,409 75.0 13,879 24 17 1 2
27 Hay 1,637 95.0 1,723 42 8 1 3
28 Oats 117 95.0 123 39 4 1 3

29 Cotton 1,477 11.1 13,314 N/A N/A 1 2
30 Cotton Lint 1,295 10.0 12,950 15 9 1 1
31 Cottonseed 182 50.0 364 15 17 1 2

32 Tobacco 30,336 11.5 263,791 7 3 1 1

33 Oil Crops 18,605 45.6 40,789 N/A N/A 1 2
34 Peanuts 9,723 50.0 19,446 7 10 1 1
35 Soybeans8 8,115 50.0 16,230 25 6 1 1
36 Tungnuts 767 15.0 5.113 1 1 1 2

37 Vegetables 292,124 29.3 997,625 N/A N/A 1 2
38 Tomatoes 93,130 24.6 378,577 2 4 1 1
39 Corn, Sweet 24,081 33.0 72,973 1 2 1 2
40 Celery 20,160 30.0 67,200 2 3 1 1
41 Potatoes 23,364 28.0 83,443 7 4 1 2
42 Peppers 23,783 37.0 64,278 1 1 1 1
43 Beans, Snap 17,938 36.0 49.828 1 4 1 2
44 Cabbage 13,536 31.0 43,665 2 7 1 1


See footnotes at end of Table 10.


--Continued






8




Table 3.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1968--Continued


Column 12




Line
Products


Watermelons
Cucumbers
Escarole
Lettuce
Eggplant
Spinach 9
Cantaloupesl
Beans, Lima
Sub-Tropical
Vegetables
Other Vegeta
and Melons

Fruits and Nuts
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Tangelos
Strawberries
L times
Avocados
Pecans
Other Fruits

All Other Crops
Greenhouse Nu
Sugarcane for
Forest Produc
Other Field C


Column 22 Column 3 Column 4


Estimated Aggregate Personal
Income Earned in Florida
by Primary Producers5

Estimated Estimated
Cash Receipts Share of
From Primary Retail
Marketings or Value of
Equivalent End Products3

Thou. Dols. %

15,876 30.0
11,862 43.0
6,441 30.0
3,050 34.0
3,432 30.0
539 23.0
469 30.0
72 30.0

5,000 38.0
29,391 30.0

384,262 29.1
282,680 30.0
65,031 25.0
13,072 33.3
4,657 33.3
4,352 33.3
3,269 25.0
2.920 25.0
2,146 25.0
and Nuts 6,135 33.0

146,364 23.9
rsery 78,062 25.0
Sygar 62,921 38.0
ts" 4,099 3.19
rops 1,282 25.0


Estimated
Retail Value of
Corresponding
End Products
Whenever and
Wherever
Produced and
Sold
(Col.2 Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. C

52,920
27,586
21,470
8,971
11,440
2,343
1,563
240

13,158

97,970

1.320.631
942,267
260.124
39,255
13,985
13,069
13,076
11.680
8,584
18,591

611,453
312.248
165,582
128,495
5,128


Column 5 Column 6



Florida's
Rank Confidence
Among Level
the Evaluation
States


:ol.2

1
1
1

1
8

4
11
11

N/A

N/A





1

N/A
N/A
NI/A

N/A
fl/A
2
3
N/A
N/A


Prices

7
1
2
3
I1
3
6
1

N/A

N/A

N/A
3

1
1



N/A


N/A
10


N/A


N/A

N/A
N/A


Col.2





3
1
1
1
1
1


3

1


Cols.3,4

2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2

3

2

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84) 137.263


Government Payments
Turf Grass (Cut Sod)
Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66)
Real Estate 13
Sales and Trades
Equipment and Machinery
Sales and Trades
Horses
(Other than line 21)
Small Animals
Greyhounds
Game Birds
Tropical Fish
Alligators
Catfish
Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos


19,872
12,000

18,493

N/A

N/A

45,395
3,300
13,000
203
12,500
2,500
N/A


10,000


50.2

100.0
50.0

25.0

N/A

N/A

100.0
10.0
33.3
37.5
50.0
100.0
N/A


100.0


273,319 N/A N/A 3 3


19,872
24,000

73,972

N/A

N/A

45,395
33,000
39,039
541
25,000
2,500
N/A


10,000 N/A


N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A
I1
N/A
N/A
1
N/A


N/A


1
2

3

N/A

N/A

3
3
3
3
3
3
N/A


3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS 12
(Other than line 68) 33,658 3.19 1,055,110 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 37,070 33.3 111,321 N/A N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.











Table 4.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1969

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation6
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Co1.2 Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Co1.2 Cols.3,4

I TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS 1.578,844 25.5 6,185,515 N/A N/A 2 2

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 1,502,437 31.0 4,842,733 N/A N/A 2 2
3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities 1,337,636 29.8 4,495,256 12 INA 1 2

5 Livestock Products7 383,524 54.1 708,924 25 N/A 1 2
6 Meat Animals 155,280 51.9 299,124 N/A N/A 1 2
7 Cattle and Calves'
(Includes Dairy) 136,995 51.3 267,047 25 28, 38 1 2
8 Hogs 18,244 57.0 32,007 28 42 1 2
9 Sheep and Lambs 41 59.0 70 44 23, 42 1 1
10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal) 121,054 53.9 '224,430 N/A N/A 1 1
11 Milk Wholesale 103,376 50.0 206,752 1, 3 1 1
12 Milk Retail 17,678 100.0 17,678 3 3 1 1

13 Poultry and Eggs 98,026 59.5 164,698 N/A N/A 1 2
14 Eggs 74,792 66.0 113,321 11 38 1 2
15 Broilers 19,117 49.0 39,014 14 36 1 1
16 Farm Chickens 4,117 33.3 12,363 9 33 1 2
17 Miscellaneous Livestock 9,164 44.3 .20,672 N/A N/A 1 3
18 Honey 4,956 50.0 9,912 1 21 1 3
19 Beeswax 282 10.0 2,820 1 10 1 3
20 Wool 11 10.0 110 N/A 31 1 3
21 Other Livestock and
Poultry 3,915 50.0 7,830 N/A N/A 1 3

22 Crops 954,112 25.2 3.786,332 4 N/A 1 2
23 Food Grains 1,289 19.7 6,543 N/A N/A 1 1
24 Wheat 1,289 19.7 6,543 38 21 1 1

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion) 11,477 77.2 14,863 N/A N/A 1 2
26 Corn 9,908 75.0 13,211 25 17 1 2
27 Hay 1,518 95.0 1,598 42 7 1 3
28 Oats 51 95.0 54 38 5 1 3

29 Cotton 906 11.4 7,924 N/A N/A 1 2
30 Cotton Lint 764 10.0 7,640 15 23 1 1
31 Cottonseed 142 50.0 284 15 11 1 2

32 Tobacco 31,518 11.5 274,070 7 3 1 1
33 Oil Crops 21,474 45.5 47,218 N/A N/A 1 2
34 Peanuts 10,684 50.0 21,368 7 8 1 1
35 Soybeans 9,875 50.0 19,750 24 3 1 1
36 Tungnuts8 915 15.0 6,100 1 4 1 2

37 Vegetables 285,724 33.9 842,699 N/A N/A 1 2
38 Tomatoes 81,143 37.0 219,305 2 4 1 1
39 Corn, Sweet 27,319 33.0 82,785 1 1 1 2
40 Celery 26,344 34.0 77,482 2 2 1 1
41 Potatoes 21,852 29.0 75,352 7 7 1 2
42 Peppers 23,536 38.0 61,937 1 1 1 1
43 Beans, Snap 17,381 40.0 43,452 1 1 1 2
44 Cabbage 11,069 30.0 36,897 1 23 1 1

See footnotes at end of Table 10, --Continued






10




Table 4.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Coirnercial Fisheries, 1969--Continued

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the EvaluatioJ
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 : Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. i Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Co1s.3,4

45 Watermelons 17,318 30.0 57,727 1 3 1 2
46 Cucumbers 11,446 35.0 32,703 1 1 1 1
47 Escarole 6,072 30.0 20,240 1 3 1 2
48 Lettuce 4,481 37.0 12,111 5 2 1 1
49 Eggplan 3,022 30.0 10,073 1 1 1 2
50 Spinach 511 25.0 2,044 4 3 1 2
51 Cantaloupes10 547 30.0 1,823. 10 2 1 1
52 Beans Lima 11N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
53 Sub-Tropical Vegetables 5.000 38.0 13,158 N/A N/A 3 3
54 Other Vegetables
and Melons 9,10,11 28,683 30.0 95,610 N/A N/A 1 2

55 Fruits and Nuts 461,791 23.4 1,975,466 N/A N/A 1 3
56 Oranges 343,078 23.0 1,491,643 1 1 1 3
57 Grapefruit 77.380 22.0 351,727 1 3 1 3
58 Tangerines 13,767 33.3 41.342 1 2 1 3
59 Tangelos 6.168 33.3 18,523 1 1 3
60 Strawberries 5,216 33.3 15,664 5 4 1 3
61 Limes 3,255 25.0 13,020 1 1 1 3
62 Avc. ados 3.751 25.0 15,004 N/A N.,A 1 3
63 Pecans 990 25.0 3.960 NIA N/A 1 3
64 Other Fruits and Nuts 8.186 33.3 24.583 N/A N/A 1 3

65 All Other Crops 139.933 22.7 617,549 N/A N/A 1 3
66 Greenhouse Nursery 82,046 25.0 328,184 2 N/A 1 3
67 Sugarcare for Sqgar 52,046 39.0 133.451 3 1 1 1
68 Forest Products 8 4,553 3.02 150,762 N/A N/A 1 3
69 Other Field Crops 1.288 25.0 5,152 N/A N/A 1 3

70 ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

71 Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84) 164,801 47.4 347,477 N/A N/A 2 2

72 Government Payments 19.284 100.0 19,284 35 N/A 1 1
73 Turf Grass (Cut Sod) 14,000 50.0 28,000 N/A N/A 2 2
74 Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than .line 66) 18,493 25.0 73,972 2 N/A 3 3
75 Real Estate 13
Sales and Trades N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
76 Equipment and Machinery
Sales and Trades N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
77 Horses
(Other than line 21) 49,214 100.0 49,214 N/A N/A 3 3
78 Small Animals 3,400 10.0 34,000 N/A N/A 3 3
79 Greyhounds 5,667 33.3 17,018 1 1 3 3
80 Game Birds 232 37.5 619 N/A N/A 3 3
81 Tropical Fish 12,500 50.0 25,000 N/A N/A 3 3
82 Alligators 7,000 100.0 7,000 1 1 3 3
83 Catfish 25,011 30.0 83,370 N/A N/A 3 3
84 Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos 10,000 100.0 10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS 12
(Other than line 68) 36,976 3.02 1,224,371 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83). 39,431 33.3 118,411 N/A N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.











Table 5.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries. 19701

Column 1 2 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers 5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 : Col.3)4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities


22 C

23
24


Thou. Dols. %



1,754,211 28.8

1,675,710 34.5



1,315,382 30.1


Livestock Products7 407,715 51.5

Meat Animals 174,241 49.0
Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy) 156,462 48.8
Hogs 17,754 51.0
Sheep and Lambs 25 56.0

Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal) 126,863 52.9
Milk Wholesale 113,002 50.0
Milk Retail 13.861 100.0

Poultry and Eggs 97.250 56.2
Eggs 71.276 63.0.
Broilers 21,779 46.0
Farm Chickens 4.195 33.3

Miscellaneous Livestock 9,361 40.5
Honey 4,092 40.0
Beeswax 289 10.0
Wool 7 10.0
Other Livestock and
Poultry 4.973 50.0

rops 907,667 25.4

Food Grains 1,272 14.0
Wheat 1,272 14.0


25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion)
26 Corn
27 Hay
28 Oats

29 Cotton
30 Cotton Lint
31 Cottonseed

32 Tobacco

33 0il Crops
34 Peanuts
35 Soybeans
36 Tungnuts8

37 Vegetables
38 Tomatoes
39 Corn, Sweet
40 Celery
41 Potatoes
42 Peppers
43 Beans, Snap
44 Cabbage

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


5,228 80.5
3,525 75.0
1,579 95.0
124 95.0

1,184 11.3
1,014 10.0
170 50.0

30,774 11.5

27,892 47.5
12,829 50.0
14,435 50.0
628 15.0

263,632 31.7
60,312 36.0
27,578 33.3
24,825 30.0
22,944 29.0
17,680 40.0
16,267 36.0
16,048 32.0


Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


6,099,894 N/A N/A

4,853,318 N/A N/A


4,363,735 13 N/A 1

791,558 25 N/A 1

355,476 N/A N/A 1

320,619 26 29, 38 1
34,812 26 40 1
45 44 44, 37 1


S239,P65 N/A N/A 1 1
226,004 13 3 1 1
13.861 3 12 1 1

173.01 N/A N/A 1 2
113,137 12 43 1 2
47,346 15 36 1 1
12.598 9 35 1 2

23,136 N/A N/A 1 3
10,230 1 33 1 3
2.890 1 6 1 3
70 46 29 1 3

9,946 N/A N/A 1 3

3.572,177 6 N/A 1 2

9,086 N/A N/A 1 1
9,086 39 36 1 1


6,493 N/A N/A 1 2
4,700 26 10 1 2
1,662 41 14 1 3
131 37 35 1 3

10,480 N/A N/A 1 2
10,140 16 11 1 1
340 15 19 1 2

267,600 7 3 1 1

58,715 N/A N/A 1 2
25,658 7 5 1 1
28,870 20 2 1 1
4,187 1 1 1 2

832,641 N/A N/A 1 2
167,533 2 8 1 1
82,817 1 1 1 2
82,750 2 1 1 1
79,117 9 7 1 2
44.200 2 1 1 1
45,186 1 1 1 1
50,150 3 6 1 2

--Continued






12




Table 5.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products au< Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1970--Continued

Column 1 2 Column 2 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5- Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 : Col.3)


Thou. Dols %


Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


Watermelons
Cucumbers
Escarole
Lettuce
Eggplant
Spinach 10
Cantaloupesll
Beans, Lima
Sub-Tropical Vegetables
Other Vegeta le
and Melons',1u11

Fruits and Nuts
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Tangelos
Strawberries
Limes
Avocadoes
Pecans
Other Fruits and Nuts

All Other Crops
Greenhouse Nursery
SugarCdne for Suqar
Forest Productsl2
Other Field Crops


17,564 25.0
10,365 37.0
4,836 33.3
3,473 32.0
2,626 33.3
259 33.3
268 25.0
N/A N/A
5,000 38.0

33,587 25.0


422,666
283,064
98,296
11,111
5,505
4,234
4,145
5,074
1,065
10,172

155,019
92,873
56,133
4,917
1,096


24.5
24.0
24.0
33.3
33.3
33.3
25.0
25.0
25.0
33.3

23.4
25.0
40.0
3.33
25.0


70 ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE


71 Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84)

72 Government Payments
73 Turf Grass (Cut Sod)
74 Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66)
75 Real Estate 3
Sales and Trades
76 Equipment and Machinery
Sales and Trades 1
77 Horses
(Other than line 21)
78 Small Animals
79 Greyhounds
80 Game Birds
81 Tropical Fish
82 Alligators
83 Catfish
84 Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos


360.328 73.6

18,490 100.0
16,000 50.0

17,527 25.0

191,217 100.0

30,000 100.0

50,187 100.0
3,500 10.0
6,667 33.3
261 37.5
15,000 50.0
1,314 100.0
165 30.0


10,000 100.0


489,583 N/A N/A


18,490
32,000

70,108

191,217

30,000

50,187
35,000
20,021
696
30,000
1,314
550


N/A I
N/A 2

N/A 3

N/A 3

N/A 3

N/A 3
N/A 3
1 3
N/A 3
1 3
1 3
N/A 3


10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS12
(Other than line 68) 37,401 3.33 1,123,153 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 41,100 33.3 123,423 N/A N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


70,256
28,014
14,523
10.853
7,886
778
1,072
N/A
13,158

134,348

1,723,296
1,179.433
409,567
33,366
16,532
12,715
16,580
20,296
4,260
30,547

663,866
371,492
140,332
147,658
4.384


N/A 1
3 1
2 1
1
1 1
N/A

N/A 1
N/A
N/A I









Table 6.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketinqs of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Comnercial Fisheries, 1971

Column 1 2 Column 2 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers 5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Connodities

5 Livestock Products

6 Meat Animals
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy)
8 Hogs
9 Sheep and Lambs

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal
11 Milk Wholesale
12 r'lk Retail

13 Poultry and Eggs
14 Eggs
15 Broilers
16 Farm Chickens

17 Miscellaneous Livest
18 Honey
19 Beeswax
20 Wool
21 Other Livetock an
Poultry


1,894,264 29.6

1,813,690 35.3



1,455,303 31.3

410,084 50.4

176,104 48.4

158,542 48.7
17,546 46.0
16 52.0


I )







ock



d


22 Crops

23 Food Grains
24 Wheat

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion)
26 Corn
27 Hay
28 Oats

29 Cotton
30 Cotton Lint
31 Cottonseed

32 Tobacco

33 Oil Crops
34 Peanuts
35 Soybeans
36 Tungnuts 8

37 Vegetables
38 Tomatoes
39 Corn, Sweet
40 Celery
41 Potatoes
42 Peppers
43 Beans, Snap
44 Cabbage

See footnotes at end of Table 10,


141,187 52.3
128,520 50.0
12,667 100.0

82,486 52.9
58,017 57.0
22.223 47.0
2.246 33.3

10,307 41.7
4,115 40.0
252 10.0
5 10.0

5,935 50.0

1,045,219 27.3

1,910 14.0
1.910 14.0


11,586 78.5
9,123 75.0
2,217 95.0
246 95.0

1,067 12.2
826 10.0
241 50.0

26.808 11.5

35,069 50.0
20,459 50.0
14,487 50.0
123 15.0

308,183 35.4
89,417 42.0
27.939 33.0
24,368 30.0
19,363 25.0
18,436 42.0
20,852 51.0
15,242 33.0


6,396.659 N/A N/A 2 3

5,141,478 N/A N/A 1 2


4,646,757

813,969

363,722

325,548
38,143
31


269,707
257,040
12.667

155,812
101,784
47,283
6,745

24,728
10.288
2,520
50

11,870

3.832.788

13,643
13,643


14,757
12,164
2,334
259

8,742
8,260
482

233.113

70,712
40,918
28,974
820

869,406
212,898
84,664
81,227
77,452
43,895
40,886
46,188


12 N/A 1

26 N/A 1

N/A N/A 1

24 31, 28 1
26 48 1
45 16, 36 1


N/A N/A 1
13 3 1
5 12 1

N/A N/A 1
11 42 1
13 39 1
14 35 1

N/A N/A 1
1 43 1
1 14 1
44 18 1

N/A N/A 1

5 N/A 1

N/A N/A 1
38 1; 1


N/A N/A 1
26 33 1
38 13 1
36 27 1

N/A N/A 1
15 3 1
15 N/A 1

7 3 1

N/A N/A 1
7 4 1
21 6 1
2 N/A 1

N/A N/A 1
2 2 1
1 3 1
2 5 1
9 5 1
1 2 1
1 7 1
1 9 1


2

2

2

2
2



1



2
2
1
2

3
3
3
3

3

2

1
1


2
2
3
3

2
1
2

1

2
1
1
2

2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1

--Continued












Table 6.--Estimated Aggregate Casn Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture. Forestry and Conmmercial Fisheries, 1971--Continued

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 : Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


Watermelons 20,441
Cucumbers 13,324
Escarole 7,929
Lettuce 5,974
Eggplant 2,920
Spinach 378
Cantaloupes10 294
Beans, Lima11 N/A
Sub-Tropical Vegetables 5,000
Other Vegetables
and Melons9,10'11 36,306

Fruits and Nuts 476,809
Oranges 320,841
Grapefruit 109.158
Tangerines 14,483
Tangelos 7.958
Strawberries 6,142
Limes 4,761
Avocadoes 6,195
Pecans 1,184
Other Fruits and Nuts 6.087

All Other Crops 183,787
Greenhouse Nursery 103,517
Sugarcane for S~qar 68,430
Forest Products 5,424
Other Field Crops8 1.416

ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84) 358,387

Government Payments 15,000
Turf Grass (Cut Sod) 18,000
Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66) 18,000
Real Estate
Sales and Trades13 185,909
Equipment and Mach jery
Sales and Trades 30,000
Horses
(Other than line 21) 54,071
Small Animals 3,900
Greyhounds 6,667
Game Birds 290
Tropical Fish 15,000
Alligators 1,380
Catfish 170
Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos 10,000


30.0
37.0
30.0
36.0
30.0
33.3
30.0
N/A
38.0

33.0

25.6
25.0
26.0
30.0
33.3
33.3
25.0
25.0
25.0
33.3

24.1
25.0
43.0
3.33
25.0





72.4

100.0
50.0

25.0

100.0

100.0

100.0
10.0
33.3
37.5
50.0
100.0
30.0


100.0


68,137
36,011
26,430
16,594
9,733
1,135
980
N/A
13,158

110,018

1.860,660
1,283.364
419,838
48,277
23,898
18,444
19,044
24,780
4,736
18,279

761 .755
434,068
159,140
162,883
5,664





494,721

15,000
36,000

72,000

185,909

30,000

54,071
39,000
20,021
773
30,000
1,380
567


3
1
1
5
1
N/A
3
N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A
3
2
2
1
3
1
N 'A
/A
N/A

N, A

N/A
1



N/A



N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A
(racing)N/A
N/A
1
N/A
1
N/A
N/A


10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


12
85 FOREST PRODUCTS 12
(Other tnan line 68) 37,401 3.33 1,123,153 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 43.173 32.7 132.028 6 N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.












Table 7.--Estimated Agqregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1972

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column-5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers 5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities

5 Livestock Products7

6 Meat Animals
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy)
a Hogs
9 Sheep and Lambs

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal
11 Milk Wholesale
12 Milk Retail

13 Poultry and Eggs
14 Eggs
15 Broilers
16 Farm Chickens

17 Miscellaneous Livesto
Id Honey
19 Beeswax
20 Aool
21 Other Livestock and
Poultry 7


)







c


22 Crops

23 Food Grains
24 Wheat

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion)
26 Corn
27 Hay
28 Oats

29 Cotton
30 Cotton Lint
31 Cottonseed

32 Tobacco

33 Oil Crops
34 Peanuts
35 Soybeans
36 Tungnuts

37 Vegetables
38 Tomatoes
39 Corn, Sweet
40 Celery
41 Potatoes
42 Peppers
43 Beans, Snap
44 Cabbage

See footnotes at end of Table 10,


2,237,987 34.6

2,124,244 41.0



1,691,010 36.8.

464,586 50.8

212,153 49.0

189,814 48.5
22,315 54.0
24 53.0


149,524 52.2
142,523 51.0
7.001 100.0

88,968 53.3
58,847 57.0
27,880 49.0
2,241 33.3

k 13,941 50.4
7,344 60.0
268 10.0
8 10.0

6,321 50.0

1,226,424 30.5

667 15.0
667 15.0


12,024 78.4
9,556 75.0
2,344 95.0
124 95.0

1,595 11.4
1,353 10.0
242 50.0

27,120. 11.5

32,726 49.5
20,505 50.0
12,088 50.0
133 15.0

348,144 34.7
107,620 42.0
31,681 33.0
35,727 30.0
16,403 25.0
23,603 42.0
20,390 30.0
14,954 33.0


6,469,694

5,185,378



4,596,750

913,706

432,738

391,369
41,324
45


286,458
279,457
7,001

166,868
103,240
56,898
6,730

27,642
12,240
2,680
80

12,642

3,683,044

4,513
4,513


15,339
12,741
2,467
131

14,014
13,530
484

235,826

66,073
41,010
24,176
887

1,002,304
256,238
96,003
119,090
65,612
56,198
67,967
.45,315


N/A N/A 2 2

N/A N/A 1 2



12 N/A 1 2

28 N/A 1 2

N/A N/A 1 2

26 29 1 2
25 40 1 2
45 11, 9 1 1


12 3 1 1
13 3 1 1
6 27 1 1

N/A N/A 1 2
10 43 1 2
14 27 1 2
14 34 1 2

N/A N/A 1 3
1 26 1 3
2 30 1 3
44 19 1 3

N/A N/A 1 3

5 N/A 1 2

N/A N/A 1 1
40 41 1 1


N/A N/A I .2
24 27 1 2
42 12 1 3
37 36 1 3

N/A N/A 1 2
16 5 1 1
15 15 1 2

7 3 1 1

N/A N/A 1 2
7 4 1 1
23 25 1 1
2 N/A 1 2

N/A N/A 1 2
2 10 I 1
1 2 1 1
2 2 1 1
9 4 1 2
1 2 1 1
1 6 1 2
1 11 1 1

--Continued











Table 7.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products an Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1972--Continued

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 : Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4

45 Watermelons 16,291 30.0 .54,303 1 10 1 2
46 Cucumbers 13,535 37.0 36,581 1 4 1 1
47 Escarole 6,710 30.0 22,367 1 1 1 2
48 Lettuce 5,881 36.0 16,336 6 4 1 1
49 Eggplant 3,188 30.0 10,627 1 1 1 2
50 Spinach 9 112 33.3 336 7 N/A 1 2
51 Cantaloupes 10 N/A N/A -N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
52 Beans, Lima 11 N/A N/A NI/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
53 Sub-Tropical Vegetables 6,000 38.0 15,789 N/A N/A 3 3
54 Other Vegetable ,11
and Melons .10.11 46,049 33.0 139,542 N/A N/A 1 2

55 Fruits and Nuts 596,274 33.6 1,773,153 N/A N/A 1 2
56 Oranges 402,912 37.0 1,088,951 1 1 1 2
57 Grapefruit 137,696 28.0 491,771 1 3 1 2
58 Tangerines 12,452 25.0 49,808 1 2 1 2
59 Tangelos 7.790 21.0 37,095 1 1 1 2
60 Strawberries 6.320 33.3 18,979 5 4 1 2
61 Limes 6,093 30.0 20,310 1 2 1 2
62 Avocadoes 6,114 30.0 20,380 7 2 1 2
63 Pecans 2.411 25.0 9,644 itA N/A I 2
64 Other Fruits and Nuts 14,486 40.0 36,215 N/A N//A 2

65 All Other Crops 207,864 36.4 571.822 N/A N/A 1 3
66 Greenhouse Nursery 117,405 50.0 234.810 2 N/A 1 3
67 Sugarcane for Sugar 81,003 45.0 180,007 2 1 1 1
68 Forest Products '2 7,636 5.1 149.725 N/A N/A 1 3
69 Other Field Crops 1,820 25.0 7,280 N/A N/A 1 3

70 ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

71 Total Estimates of


Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84)

Government Payments
Turf Grass (Cut Sod)
Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66)
Real Estate
Sales and Trades13
Equipment and Machinery
Sales and Trades 3
Horses
(Other than line 21)
Small Animals
Greyhounds
Game Birds
Tropical Fish
Alligators
Catfish
Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos


433,234

18,183
20,000

18,000

228,777

40,000

59,210
4,100
11,733
319
12,500
7,000
3,412


73.6

100.0
50.0

25.0

100.0

100.0

100.0
10.0
33.3
37.5
50.0
100.0
30.0


10,000 100.0


588,628

18,183
40,000

72,000

228,777'

40,000

59,210
41,000
35,234
851
25,000
7,000
11,373


N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

(racing)N/A
N/A
1
N/A
1
1


10.000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS12 .
(Other than line 68) 56,713 5.1 1.112,020 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 57,030 33.1 172,296 6 N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10,










Table 8.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1973

Column 1 2 Column 2 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation6
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of 3 Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 : Col.3)

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Co1.2 Cols.3,4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Comodities

5 Livestock Products7

6 Meat Animals
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy)
8 Hogs
9 Sheep and Lambs

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Vea
11 Milk Wholesale
12 Milk Retail

13 Poultry and Eggs
14 Eggs
15 Broilers
16 Farm Chickens

17 Miscellaneous Livesti
18 Honey
19 Beeswax
20 0ool
21 Other Livetock an
Poultry '


2,688,848 32.9

2,558,279 38.5



2,053,437 34.4.

598,890 58.1

242,154 58.3

216,200 57.6
25,930 65.0
24 52.0


1)







oc]


d


22 Crops

23 Food Grains
24 Wheat

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion)
26 Corn
27 Hay
28 Oats

29 Cotton
30 Cotton Lint
31 Cottonseed

32 Tobacco

33 Oil Crops
34 Peanuts
35 Soybeans8
36 Tungnuts

37 Vegetables
38 Tomatoes
39 Corn, Sweet
40 Celery
41 Potatoes
42 Peppers
43 Beans, Snap
44 Cabbage

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


172,091 52.7
167,653 52.0
4,438 100.0

163,950 64.7
103,578 70.0
49,888 59.0
5,484 40.0

k 20,695 59.3
13,223 80.0
421 10.0
10 10.0

7,041 50.0

1,454,547 29.5

1,568 20.0
1,568 20.0


18,139 75.8
14,382 72.0
3,579 95.0
178 95.0

3,526 10.8
3,067 9.6
459 80.0

28,956 11.0

55,448 79.8
24,549 80.0
30,867 80.0
32 15.0

388,531 36.0
106,200 43.0
37,519 32.0
27,769 40.0
27,498 29.0
27,595 43.0
21,885 33.0
23,821 36.0


8,168,964 N/A N/A

6,652,831 N/A N/A


5,963,880 18 N/A 1

1,030,431 27' N/A 1

415,285 N/A N/A

375.347 29 33 1
39,892 27 38 1
46 45 22, 43 1


326,848 N/A N/A 1
322,410 12 3 1
4,438 12 21 1

253,377 N/A N/A 1
155,111 9 43 1
84,556 13 33 1
13.710 11 35 1

34,921 NA N/A 1
16.529 I 39 1
4.210 1 27 1
100 44 45 1

14,082 N/A N/A 1

4,933,449 12 N/A 1

7,840 N/A N/A 1
7,840 40 40 1


23,929 N/A N/A 1 2
19,975 26 13 1 2
3;767 42 15 1 3
187 37 14 1 3

32,522 N/A N/A 1 2
31,948 15 5 1 1
574 15 N/A 1 2

263,236 7 4 1 1

69,483 N/A N/A 1 2
30,686 7 3 1 1
38,584 23 2 1 1
213 N/A N/A 1 2

1,078,583 N/A N/A 1 2
246,977 2 11 1 2
117,247 1 2 1 2
69,423 2 5 1 1
94,821 9 19 1 2
64,174 1 2 1 1
66,318 1 11 1 2
66,169 1 20 1 1
--Continued






18





Table 8.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products anr Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1973--Continued

Column 1 2 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned In Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers 5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluatiorn
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of 3 Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 : Col.3P

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


Watermelons 23,921
Cucumbers 12,941
Escarole 7,971
Lettuce 8,555
EggplanN 3,733
Spinach N/A
Cantaloupes10 N/A
Beans, Lima 11 N/A
Sub-Tropical Vegetables 6,000
Other Vegeta les
and Melons9',u,11 53,123

Fruits and Nuts 666,548
Oranges 477,043
Grapefruit 126,529
Tangerines 14.293
Tangelos 8.869
Strawberries 8,127
Liles 6.542
Avocadoes 6,883
Pecans 1,971
Other Fruits and Nuts 16.291

All Other Crops 291.831
Greenhouse Nursery 133.587
Sugarcane for SuPrr 138,562
Forest Products 11.059
Other Field Crops 8.623

ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84) 504,842

Government Payments 15,486
Turf Grass (Cut Sod) 23,000
Greenhouse Nursery
(Other thad line 66) 25,000
Real Estate
Sales and Trades 13 278,431
Equipment and Machin ry
Sales and Trades 40,000
Horses
(Other than line 21) 73.159
Small Animals 4,300
Greyhounds 13,220
Game Birds 348
Tropical Fish 12,500
Alligators 6,000
Catfish 3,398
Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos 10,000


34.0
35.0
36.0
34.0
32.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
38.0

31.0

25.6
26.0
24.0
18.0
21.0
33.3
30.0
30.0
25.0
40.0

34.1
50.0
41.0
5.1
25.0




73.3

100.0
50.0

25.0

100.0

100.0

100.0
10.0
33.3
37.5
50.0
100.0
30:0


100.0


70,356
36,974
22,142
25,162
11,666
N/A
N/A
N/A
15,789

171,365

2,601,391
1,834,781
527,204
79.406
42,233
24,405
21,-07
22.943
7.884
40,728

956,465
267.174
337.956
216,843
34.492




689,001

15,486
46,000

100,000

278,431

40,000

73,159
43,000
39,670
928
25,000
6,000
11,327


1
9
1
6
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A
1
1


3
1
2
8
N/A

N/A
2
2
N/A
N/A


9
1
1
11
1


N/A N/A

35 N/A
N/A N/A

2 N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

3(racing)N/l
N/A N/A
1 1
N/A N/A
1 1
1 1
N/A N/A


1
1
1
1

N/A
N/A
N/A
3


1


1






1
1
1









3
1
1









1
1









3
1
2





3
3
3

A 3
3
3
3
3
3
3


2
1
2
1
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
3

2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

3
3
3
3
3




2

1
2

3

3

3

3
3
3
3
3
3
3


10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS12
(Other than line 68) 67,409 5.1 1,321,745 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 63,160 32.5 194,338 5 N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.





19



Table 9.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Corslercial Fisheries, 1974

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers Corresponding Florida's.
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation6
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold 4
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 : Col.3)

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4

I TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS 2,891,028 33.3 8,685,695 N/A N/A 2 3

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 2,810,454 37.8 7,430,514 N/A N/A 1 2

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities 2,159,333 32.3 6,684,723 12 N/A 1 2

5 Livestock Products7 545,787 52.4 1,040.833 26 1N/A 1 2

6 Meat Animals 161,862 48.2 335,148 31 N/A 1 2
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy) 138,742 48.7 284,891 25 31, 40 1 2
8 Hogs 23,106 46.0 50,230 27 28 1 1
9 Sheep and Lambs 14 52.0 27 48 49, 49 1 1

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Veal) 211,423 50.5 418,213 11 3 1 1
11 Milk Wholesale 206,790 50.0 413,580 11 3 1 1
12 ill. Retail 4,633 100.0 4,633 10 6 1 1

13 Poultry and Eggs 156,313 62.9 248,585 11 N/A 1 2
14 Eggs 108,224 68.0 159,153 8 44 1 2
15 Broilers 45,166 56.0 80,654 13 32 1 2
16 Fan:; Chickens 2,923 33.3 8,778 11 42 1

17 Miscellaneous Livestock 16,189 41.6 33,887 N/A N/A 3 3
18 Honey 7,913 40.0 19,783 2 45 1 3
19 Beeswax 311 10.0 3,110 2 10 1 3
20 Wool 8 10.0 80 46 41 1 3
21 Other Livgstock and
Poultry 7.957 50.0 15,914 N/A N/A 1 3

22 Crops 1,613,546 28.6 5,643,890 11 -N/A 1 2

23 Food Grains 2,098 23.0 9,122 N/A N/A 1 1
24 Wheat 2,098 23.0 9,122 41 24 1

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion) 37,538 77.3 48,558 N/A N/A 3 3
26 Corn 32,219 75.0 42,959 25 15 1 2
27 Hay 5,129 95.0 5,399 40 11 1 2
28 Oats 190 95.0 200 36 37 1 3

29 Cotton 3,114 12.2 25,541 15 N/A 1 2
30 Cotton Lint 2,468 10.0 24,680 18 16 1 1
31 Cottonseed 646 75.0 861 N/A N/A 1 2

32 Tobacco 36,662 11.5 318,800 7 N/A 1 1

33 Oil Crops 83,531 74.6 112,030 22 N/A 1 2
34 Peanuts 31.111 75.0 41,481 7 N/A 1 2
35 Soybeans 52,297 75.0 69,729 24 N/A 1 1
36 Tungnuts 123 15.0 820 2 N/A 1 2
37 Vegetables 422,317 35.2 1,198,655 3 N/A 1 2
38 Tomatoes 131,051 42.0 312,026 2 2 1 1
39 Corn, Sweet 38,336 33.0 116,170 1 3 1 2
40 Celery 22,163 30.0 73,877 2 5 1 2
41 Potatoes 42,070 25.0 168,280 9 5 1 2
42 Peppers 31,828 42.0 75,781 1 2 1 1
43 Beans, Snap 22,157 51.0 43,445 1 7 1 2
44 Cabbage 17,557 33.0 53,203 1 9 1 1

See footnotes at end of Table 10. --Continued










Table 9.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1974--Continued

Column 1 2 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Flori a Retail Value of
by Primary Producers" Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products (Col.2 : Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


Watermelons 21,894
Cucumbers 17,511
Escarole 7,584
Lettuce 8,789
EggplanL 5,022
Spinach 0 N/A
Cantaloupes11 N/A
Beans, Lima N/A
Sub-Tropical Vegetables 3,095
Other Vegetables
and Melons9,10,11 53,260

Fruits and Nuts 612,524
Oranges 434,575
Grapefruit 118,540
Tangerines 14.955
Tangelos 9,752
Strawberries 6,706
Limes 4,893
Avocadoes 7,160
Pecans 994
Other Fruits and Nuts 14,949

All Otner Crops 415,762
Greenhouse Nursery 143,814
Sugarcdne for Sqir 255,178
Forest Products 11.796
Otner Field Crops8 4,974

ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE

Total Estirates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84) 651,121

Government Paym;ents 12,548
Turf Grass (Cut Sod) 18.000
Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66) 18,000
Real Estate 13
Sales and Trades 358,643
Equipment and Machi ry
Sales and Trades 9,703
Horses
(Other than line 21) 84,927
Small Animals 104,524
Greyhounds 15,000
Game Birds 380
Tropical Fish 15,000
Alligators 1,380
Catfish 3,016
Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos 10,000


30.0
37.0
30.0
36.0
30.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
40.0

33.0

25.7
25.0
26.0
30.0
33.3
33.3
25.0
30.0
30.0
33.3

26.9
25.0
43.0
3.3
25.0





87.3

100.0
50.0

25.0

100.0

100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
37.5
50.0
100.0
30.0


100.0


72,930
47,327
25,280
24,414
16,740
N/A
N/A
N/A
7,738

161,394

2,385,140
1,738,300
455,923
49,850
29,285
20,138
19,572
23,867
3,313
44.392

1,546,044
575.256
593,437
357,455
19.8 96




745.791

12,548
36,000

72,000

358,643

9,703

84,927
104,524
15,000
1,013
30,000
1,380
10,053


1


6
I
N/A
N/A
N/A
1

N/A

2
1
1
1

3
1
2

N/A

NI/A
2
2
1.1
N/ A




N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

3
N/A
1
N/A
1
N/A
N/A


3 1
1 1
1 1
5 1
1 1
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
1 3

N/A 3

N/A 1
3 1
2 1
2 1
1 1
3 1
1 1
N/A 1


'./A 1
:;A 1
1 1
*.'A 1
r./A 1




N/A 3

15 1
34 1

2 3

N/A 3

N/A 3

N/A 3
N/A 3
1 3
N/A 3
1 3
N/A 3
N/A 3


2
1
2
1
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
2

3

2
2
2
2
2
2
2


10,000 N/A N/A 3 3


85 FOREST PRODUCTS12
(Other than line 68) 37,401 3.3 1,123,153 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 43,173 32.7 132,028 6 N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.









Table 10.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Coinmercial Fisheries, 1975 (Preliminary)

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers5 Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever, the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Co1.2 : Col.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Col.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


1 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, FOREST
AND COMMERCIAL FISHERY
PRODUCTS

2 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

3 USDA REPORTS ONLY

4 All Commodities

5 Livestock Products

6 Meat Animals
7 Cattle and Calves
(Includes Dairy)
8 Hogs
9 Sheep and Lambs

10 Dairy Products
(Except Beef and Vea
11 Milk Wholesale
12 Milk Retail

13 Poultry and Eggs
14 Eggs
15 Broilers
16 Farm Chickens

17 Miscellaneous Liveste
18 Honey
19 Beeswax
20 Wool
21 Other Livestock an
Poultry'


I)







ocl



d


22 Crops

23 Food Grains
24 Wheat

25 Feed Crops
(Cash Portion)
26 Corn
27 Hay
28 Oats

29 Cotton
30 Cotton Lint
31 Cottonseed

32 Tobacco

33 Oil Crops
34 Peanuts
35 Soybeans
36 Tungnuts

37 Vegetables
38 Tomatoes
39 Corn, Sweet
40 Celery
41 Potatoes
42 Peppers
43 Beans, Snap
44 Cabbage

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


3,333,015 32.5

3,202,912 37.5


2,427,417 32.0

622,531 56.3

215,354 54.5

188,199 53.4
27,139 63.8
16 52.0


221.100 55.8
215,265 55.1
5,835 100.0

166,682 62.4
101.931 66.0
62,352 59.0
2,349 33.3

k 19,395 41.6
10,417 40.0
326 10.0
4 10.0

8,648 50.0

1,804,886 27.8

1,489 19.0
1,489 19.0


37,578 77.4
32,055 75.0
5,303 95.0
220 95.0

902 9.8
820 9.0
82 70.0

28,671 8.0

73,813 70.0
36,196 70.0
37,617 70.0
N/A N/A

482,157 37.0
141,971 42.0
47,653 32.0
27,147 38.0
26,872 28.0
38,805 42.0
23,576 53.0
26,555 35.0


10,247,572 N/A N/A

8,544,539 N/A N/A


7,600,227

1,105,409

395,002

352,433
42,538
31


3

3



1

1

1

1
1
1


13 N/A

24 N/A

31 N/A

25 33, 46
27 39
46 38, 49


396,516 N/A N/A 1
390,681 11 3 1
5,835 a 4 1

267,252 12 -1/A 1
154,517 9 43 1
105.681 12 42 1
7,054 N/A 35 1

46,639 N/A N'A I
.26.043 2 Ni/A 1
3.260 2 I/A 1
40 49 48 1

17,296 N/A N/A 1

6,494,818 7 N/A 1

7,837 N/A N/A 1
7,837 39 25 1


48,554 26 N/A 1
42,740' 37 12 1
5,582 35 14 1
232 N/A 32 1

9,228 15 N/A 1
9,111 15 1 1
117 15 18 1

358,388 10 N/A 1

105,448 N/A N/A 1
51,709 7 N/A 1
53,739 23 26 1
N/A N/A N/A N/A

1,301,583 N/A N/A 1
338,026 2 N/A 1
148,916 1 N/A 1
71,439 2 N/A 1
95,971 12 6
92,393 1 N/A
44,483 1 N/A
75,871 1 N/A


3

3



2

2

2

1
1
1


1
1

2
2
2
2

2
3
3
3
3







2
2
3
3
2
1
2

2

2
2
2
N/A
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
1


Continued
*Continued












Table 10.--Estimated Aggregate Cash Marketings of Primary Products, Values of End Products and Marketing
Margins of Florida Agriculture, Forestry and Commercial Fisheries, 1975 (Preliminary)--Continuedl

Column 12 Column 22 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Estimated Aggregate Personal Estimated
Income Earned in Florida Retail Value of
by Primary Producers Corresponding Florida's
Line End Products Rank Confidence
Products Estimated Estimated Whenever and Among Level 6
Cash Receipts Share of Wherever the Evaluation
From Primary Retail Produced and States
Marketings or Value of Sold
Equivalent End Products3 (Col.2 Co1.3)4

Thou. Dols. % Thou. Dols. Co1.2 Prices Col.2 Cols.3,4


Watermelons 35,168
Cucumbers 17,700
Escarole 8,767
Lettuce 11,587
Eggplant 5.984
Spinach9 N/A
Cantaloupes1l N/A
Beans, Lima1 N/A
Sub-Tropical Vegetables 4,515
Other Vegetables
and Melons9'10,11 65,857

Fruits and Nuts 704,073
Oranges 496,715
Grapefruit 127,155
Tangerines 18.215
Tangelos 13,044
Strawberries 8,375
Limes 8,378
Avocadoes 11,000
Pecans 1,595
Other Fruits and Nuts 19,596

Al.l Other Crops 476,203
Greenhouse Nursery 150,164
Sugarcane for Sugar 310,837
Forest Products 1 9,110
Other Field Crops" 6,092

ESTIMATES OF ADDITIONAL AGRICULTURE


36.0
37.0
35.0
35.0
30.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
40.0

33.0

21.4
23.0
16.0
16.0
19.0
33.3
30.0
30.0
25.0
33.3

34.7
40.0
41.74
3.85
40.0


97,689
47,838
25,049
33,106
19,947
N/A
N/A
N/A
11,288

199,567

3.291,819
2,159,630
794,719
113,844
68,655
25,150
27,927
36,667
6,380
58,847

1,371,961
S375,410
744,698
236,623
15,230


N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
I/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


1
1



N/A
N/A
N/A
3


3
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1


3
1
1
1
1


2
1
2
1
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
2

3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3

3
2
1
3
3


71 Total Estimates of
Additional Agriculture
(Sum of lines 72-84)

72 Government Payments
73 Turf Grass (Cut Sod)
74 Greenhouse Nursery
(Other than line 66)
75 Real Estate
Sales and Trades13
76 Equipment and Machinery
Sales and Trades
77 Horses
(Other than line 21)
78 Small Animals
79 Greyhounds
80 Game Birds
81 Tropical Fish
82 Alligators
83 Catfish
84 Fairs, Expositions,
Rodeos, Circuses
and Zoos


775,495

12,875
21,000

35,000

412,709

15,673

92,573
114,064
16,605
406
40,000
1,380
3,210


82.1

100.0
50.0

25.0

100.0

100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
37.5
50.0
100.0
60.0


10,000 100.0


85 FOREST PRODUCTS12
(Other than line 68) 56,890 3.84 1,479,140 N/A N/A 3 2

86 COMMERCIAL FISHERY PRODUCTS
(Other than lines 81, 82
and 83) 73,213 32.7 223,893 N/A N/A 2 3

See footnotes at end of Table 10.


944,312

12,875
42,000

140,000

412,709

15,673

92,573
114,064
16,605
1,083
80,000
1,380
5,350


10,000


N/A N/A

20 20
N/A N/A

2 N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
N/A N/A


N/A N/A


3 3

1 1
1 1

3 3

3 3

3 3

3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3


3 3












FOOTNOTES, TABLES 2-10


1This deals only with estimated values of raw and end products of Florida
farms and forests and of commercial salt and fresh water fish landed in Florida.
It does not include foreign farm, forest and fishery products such as grain,
coffee, bananas, pineapples, meat, lumber, rubber, tuna, salmon and anchovy
meal which are imported into the United States or are shipped into Florida
from other states of the United States. It also does not include sport fishing.
Columns 1 and 2. Lines 7-9, 11-12, 14-16, 18-21, 24, 26-28, 30-31, 34-36,
38-54, 56-64 and 66-69: Table 2, [1, pp. 109-110]; Table 3, [2, pp. 118-119];
Table 4, [3, pp. 90-91]; Table 5, [4, pp. 83-84]; Table 6, [5, pp. 53-54]; Table
7, [6, pp. 50-51]; and Tables 8-10, [7, pp. 50-51]. Line 72, each table, same
references except respective pages are: 132; 145; 117; 110; 93; 88; 87; 87; and
87. Lines 3 and 70, each table, refer to major subclassifications of data.
Line 53, each table, includes the estimated receipts for boniatos, malanga,
calabaza, name, yuca and black beans as quoted in [8]. Twenty percent was add-
ed to each of those totals to account for production in other counties of South
Florida. Estimates prior to 1974 are professional opinions of the author.
Lines 1, 2, 4-6, 10, 13, 17, 22, 23, 25, 29, 33, 37, 55, 65 and 71 are totals
of respective subheadings added upward. Line 32, each table, is given as a
total in the basic data. Lines 73-86, each table, are professional estimates
by the author after conversations with knowledgeable people. No discussant
desired attribution.
Lines 7-9, 11, 12, 14-16, 18-21, 23, 24, 26-28, 30-32, 34-36, 38-54, 56-64,
66-69 and 72-86 are professional estimates made by the author after conversations
with knowledgeable people. No contributor desired attribution. Lines 1, 2, 4-6,
10, 13, 17, 22, 23, 25, 29, 33, 37, 55, 65 and 71 are calculated: (Column 2'X
100) + (Column 4).

Lines 7-9, 11-12, 14-16, 18-21, 23, 24, 26-28, 30-32, 34-36, 38-54, 56-64,
66-69 and 72-86 are calculated: (Column 2 X 100) + (Column 3). Lines 1, 2, 4-6,
10, 13, 17, 22, 23, 25, 29, 33, 37, 55, 65 and 71 are totals of respective
subheadings added upward.







Ranking of Column 2 receipts are from the same sources as Column 2.
Price rankings are from [9].
6All confidence levels have the merit of sincerity. They are subjective,
assessed by the author. Confidence Level 1 is judged dependable at levels
equal or above USDA statistics. Confidence Level 2 is based upon substantial
evidence and terms of the economic arts. Confidence Level 3 is subject to
such deviations that other statisticians might arrive at different values with
equal validity. It reflects high respect for clinical intuition and judgement.
7This does not include all bait, pets, pelts, furs, hides, skins and
horses.
8USDA began to report tungnuts as a part of line 69 in 1975.
9USDA began to report spinach as a part of line 54 in 1973.
10USDA began to report cantaloupes as a part of line 54 in 1969.
11USDA began to report lima beans as a part of line 54 in 1969.
12
Line 68 records only small woodlots. See line 85 for forest products
from larger holdings.
13Data to compute these lines first became available in 1970.




LIST OF CITATIONS


[1] USDA. Farm Income State
[2] USDA. Farm Income State
[3] USDA. Farm Income State
[4] USDA. Farm Income State
[5] USDA. Farm Income State
[6] USDA. State Farm Income
No. 547, 1975.
[7] USDA. State Farm Income


Estimates, 1949-1969. FIS 216 Supplement, 1970.
Estimates, 1949-1970. FIS 218 Supplement, 1971.
Estimates, 1959-1971. FIS 220 Supplement, 1972.
Estimates, 1959-72. FIS 222 Supplement, 1973.
Estimates, 1949-73. FIS 224 Supplement, 1974.
Statistics. Supplement to Statistical Bulletin

Statistics. Supplement to Statistical Bulletin


No. 557, 1976.
[8] Dade County Cooperative Extension Department. Value of Agricultural
Products in Dade County. 1973-1974, 1974-1975.
[9] USDA. Agricultural Prices. Annual Summary, Junes, 1968-1976, 1967-75.







OTHER CASH INCOMES OF PRIMARY PRODUCERS


Florida primary producers of agriculture, forestry and commercial fishery
products also earn important incomes from other status, employment and invest-
ments. Among these are transfer payments of multitudinous variety, wages,
salaries and tips of family members employed outside the primary production
firms, outside custom and contract employment, property sales, proprietorships,
gifts, insurance payments, dividends, rents, interest and inheritances.


Table 11.


Estimated Aggregate Personal Cash Incomes from Other Than Primary
Production by Primary Producers ofiFlorida Agriculture, Forestry
and Commercial Fisheries, 1967-75.


Estimated Florida's Confidence
Year Aggregate Rank Among Level 3
Incomes The States Evaluation

Thou. Dol.
1967 147,000 Not Available 3
1968 183,000 do 3
1969 214,000 do 3
1970 247,000 do 3
1971 274,000 do 3
1972 322,000 do 3
1973 385,000 do 3
1974 430,000 do 3
1975 462,000 do 3

1, The estimates are not intended to reflect incomes of artificial persons
composed of more than ten natural persons, or of any incomes judged to have
only remote connection to the three sectors of interest here.

2. Includes off-farm salaries, wages, commissions and tips, operation of non-farm
business or professional practice, Social Security payments, pensions, retire-
ment pay, rental of non-farm property, dividends, interest and other non-farm
income as quoted in U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Agriculture, 1969
Volume V, Special Reports, Part II, Farm Finance, Table 20. The data for 1970
then were incremented by the corresponding yearly changes in non-farm personal
income excluding non-farm proprietor's income.


3. See footnote 6, Tables 2-10, p: 24.supra.




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