Wartime production adjustments on small farms

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Avtereat in the, p es f obtainlihg greater Produc-
haV,&,,h*'ncreased.Ouring. the ware It has been suggested
,Mac s ln bt 'fully util zi4, and pr oducti on, can
i44tional f a' work era
-4 M We purppse of this
,aiOe IM productions possibilAies of"kelatively small
to thephysical and 'huim.au" iesau'rces available
wor, rj- esp resources ar.e-bdxC'Us:ed: -aind-th6
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-the fan-as in' the-United-States-4s q-cunted
be.rQgarded as'-small far-as'ip the'sense
'q* they ha&-a ,oluhg
ed laj_ ill of business --ivhich was'too
e,'Iabor of 'a- typical'f Arm` thdly at 91 al
eiiq Inc eased am on siftce 1939 probab4
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ra'* o aampl ea Audieb'nadie La 27',5tat'es in 194S-
nn can make
izeb i all units
ses in Pr ucti-on

.he,,g r6ai6;5,t pekedntage iocreases are. pos si ble on
Aiis'3 but'- the &eatest: 4uantVtati,,Ve_ indrija;e8 Wil 1 cbme
F'&r'- very smlall.f al'Ta's 'adjustments .in thQ direc-
WArk, Vf f '.the, fax m a n4 a reduction in the' nulraber of
entli',ind-icated.,

that about.,44-percent of f ux1ther possible wartiine
pr o4acti on would, come f rom small fam, s. Thi 8 group of
pent th croplaha.'suggeatng th4t. alth h the
wee, zom rhat more ifitensively ope,ated'than larger 'Larms,,
.4*bi1itieq. -are, clos e ly related t o the av6ilable cropland
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t4e`bma er fams inclu&4 sweetpotatoes, d beahs., Irish
areas, peanuts at least in areas where pro-
*j, bly, mechafii4ed, covs-aercial vegetables., poultry, -
-pidaatsi, reoder Pigs., and repla cam eAt, dairy heifers.- The areas
e, lnregqrd "td s uitable com.odit i6s alid- the extent bf
pe-oducti vill not be a CYLieved without
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28'And 00er 21-27 7"2 0 Iksa than 7
eat' C6 teas than 6
or ahV ZO and 1 19 .6
Gwnty -1 .28 aia.d. 6"r 2141 7-20 leas than, 7
Ster Goqnt y 24 apd'()Vol, 16-;.23 8.45. Less than 8
4. 41. aW, over 21-40 8;-O less, thqq 8
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11, 4nd 07"Or 7710 4,6 Less than 4
32. C#er 16-31 8-15 Less than 8
and 'jAW 32
15&43 19"OR Iess than 12
1." '41 A-tiA oVer '31-4p 11-30 Less than, 11
35 a.nd arer M-34 9_25 Less than 9
Range in man-work units by groups
Co' 1, =t -500
500. and over. 150 SQ,149 Less than 50
co"I'Milty, 1 300 and over. M-2 99 150-224 IAss t han: 15 Q
1.64 han 164
4, al%Aty- 329f a-hd over Z47329 -247 tBss t
:GM -,Y 1'4 5 k
0i 0 and over 300-449, 150-299 Less thn 150:.
!,144C,60nty 2,12 arid.. crrer 159-211 53-158 Less thAn 53
6 4,50 *md over 300449 150-299 less than 15Q
450, &hd Oor -300-450 150-500 Less than 1,50
06ti4ty :4 over WY-359 120-239 Less that 120
V Range t otal acres, by groups-,
"A,4uxWLesj -and over 161-240-- 81-1O I.Oss than 81
ty, and over -0 Less han 50
100-180 50,-lp
RaAge in crop acres by groups
9 6.0 And over 80-159 40-79 Less than 4,0-
County, z 1W'-and over 45-9;0 1544 -less than 15,

60 and Over 40--59 2039 Less than 20
.a 06-arityy. 0 (i,6v'er 250-599 12 5-249 Ise. ss thari 125

Other ine asures

ounty)_ atOc=p. tprx of Wmber of f amily,
-ficAtion into family types
dnsin A.cja.,sl a acc9rding to age-
opera+ qomposition,, and hired labor,
6rd dcuxi as 3Z efficiency groupq, measured
A 4014 if"ation brY labor
A,:. -y'presence. or abserice'of su plus labor coupled
-ilvith age,:of -olberator.
rlsan, 'Count-Y) GrOITS--arp defined:as on page 4., but quantitative
meamrPs us'ed. are not giyen'.,
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'Y '099 ity. Y 0
GaM=iitim, A/ lsiW: dgya, Numbering system re*ersed in reporty
r g ro'ts detained as I GrouI:b_.I: and II somewhat la r ge r than
146 t4rMS--because'6f large: families or the hire ofconsidera'ble
-Averagetaml -s e fa Gr p IV farms whid for the
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yzeptfor tho opbtator and Xamily although some are
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Oge of oporat'*,t is grea-oA Aft,,16,ith6r Group III
aeven arUz piS4tsa*1eareais listed:* TMiy of the
WL or Pemiretirement units wbich accounts for
f4Yw are -retftm IV
A9# C'tld*omup of operators. On the -'othor h ar4$ this group
,A)201t4em a f4WZ%4'g opeeators *hoare 'Just'getitiA6, started. In
U& arelikely
-**8itieO 'operators 'on very ts
tb4n tho, 406X'ago
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tspQrta dbmssocl age Wid'physical c condition of t he operator
ft"14PI. 04 _4A 9j_ average age Of .-op*atd by groups. in
VU*,hy#$ `W (Op&raitw 'the 1RMaU`,fArm--),As ol r
Vio,,,age 'of semiretirementil mom are partially
,JU40 for heavy labor, and more st t-he ;rarw are
or childrenO) In 1l1!,tWd#,) ltpart of the. s;uall
orker, wo vaill farms is probably due to t..-he advanced age,
A66",,beAlth of the op6rator or his fApi ly," 'In
*htollv _Te*,e Wpercent of 'thb Group Ill Xar.Iware nra=s on
p oy;4,entlt and ab(:Ait me-
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1111* Qrbup 11"earms -were "farm. orcupied by a960: or disabl:ed
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operate s an AxM, classified
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:T! TIT M fa=s
Years Years t4rs, Years Years
C 48 63 4'
ot:i)Ay : t 4.8 49
*,Mx6Am Cat#rby 49, -60 57 53
Or .50
'dirmces er'. oupC -t 49 8-5-_ 48 50
`43 '55 58 48
L4mL atter 06unty 62
y -51 51 51 58- 55
41 Ob,,,bch County 54 l 55, 51 52
46 -53 F1
't (643_1nbia C ounty 55
47 504 52


female operators

tabor'Utilization

Althmkh -the regular labor f oiscoe available for f arm work is:greatest
decline's through'eacai.bt the bther gr ps
U11+111VIe ly larige tarms and ou
inL volAme &,Winess (tableA), 'this' dAforeiiee e
Ot by the greater quantity 6f 'Work: to be done, on, the -Iargir farms
for crops and livestock. Thi volume of work to be done.piar man
'0ailable,,is zreatest--on the 1arge. fArmsand dec3, gh3
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ill-7 i-, v All farms

z 207 165k, SZ6
212,6 251
316 2 5'5-, 160- 63,0.. 270
'298 230 94 260
-gb, 24A 218' 149- 251
161' 110 217
'116 198,
"90, 91D
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228 M 70 125
tioa 193 164 51 142
145. ;2 ,89 156
256 M -245
ipt- 131

257, It 108 49
922,, 186 '75 -106,'
'17Y ohe bl;;:bcydled man In 10-hour
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'but 1. m "of 1942, P3o

W-diottibutio-n" of the total'acreage of iiidiyidual crop6 and
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tarw iii t he a -f erezit', gr O-lips, when compared IrIth
ehlo itdic4tion, of th6,,ijftUusitly of
to lio 'Oil
.'di,!M0i-0ftt'-8izes' atid 3.t'' t',that 'some.. enter-
cen Pa e dn c eptt PS e r. liv.

,je crop$ au6b as, com.. ge!Tn to be 41gti4ibuted ariong
am -vay as' is 6 roPland.' ''FarnS af 14r,&r volim[4, geperal-
'tj 0M, a. Oro -haA 7aL -smaUer
f, Plaild, in aobeaiia' t, 0 jfaiMg
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006 a 0"a r propqrti on of c ropland
t cup,* a latge
ig6 bl% 6 rtho
14vgev'u :,ts TP --*egetableE. growh
trf6 t e,d tdu' 4rd 'jdondentrailLow oh smaller
ti6tLIA'ghl re lit'' The tlvbe'mt
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ON 60 forr tftfonr S roup 5 ii these 'Areas rallaed-ftom a
Uah.,5 to an ii
t-Aw Iewis C aLMt7., I crease f 43 per-
m, IT lar4
ao0lt sect;L(m, of TeXas. Thel decrease th
Wsb..,, w* due'-chiefly o. a decrease in poultry'numbers
't 's"m adjli pea6'to dry pea's 4.
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incieases are indidatedin
x 4 most ,bf the Sawple Arear, pos, iblP
-Za3am bu-t- *ftasiaaally. maximum Production foi, an arda -calls,
*rease, from the 3X2 level of prodaction for one or mote of the
These decreaseWipually appear -in Zroup U.

he ale. areas,.. the e pomen age increase.'is
in Qroup6 114 6r IV. grou s but j with
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peasure-aft aliproxim'a a share of production increases
om-tro'm each gr mp, of faIrms an be obtained by iising the
".,Ozple stidies in ccojuncticn. -with. the estimates, prepared,
U dV,, Agrioultural-E cmoiiio s: troi ape'c'aAl census tabulaionp.
vrom le' itappears that on e-third of the
tablL 2 page 7,
pgw"Cent of ,heproplan,4 are ii the group of, rplatively large
of th f arms nt 6f the c ropl.and
but only'6 perce are
IV.' The average acrqage of argipland per rm is put apres
.1.5 acres in tbe-lowest.,
ors spend con-..
f-4fW operate V-Sr ge per'sons and b 6per4t who
Ah6,,In -work. of:r thefarm ate 6ub-rctod from the'total a
-of t he f a I in Are in Graifpp II aild III 'The
aterCJ'by younger meii, and'by operators:who devot6 most of t heir,
oi, 'the `fal-ms -wou" "seem to afford- te' idst fAvorable
16' s, fo j inc.reasij on'O -As producti. 4. rough measure of. the share
e4," p*ro due ti on r cat
-'j OM.1194 to' _=U, hat WoUld': COMI fr the
*.6up$,, the observed pbrden tage inc reasles in y6lurfe of produc
shc*n 'y the sample,.: atudies. were ap' c eagp of,
liedtb-theia'r''
1hT each eroupR' Tbio, cal(mlation.Andi6ates that about 56 percent.
;Wpteased prodactioft. would be expectedz to come., from the relatively
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1;6& About 30 dreent T,6,m farTas in Gr6ii I!' Rpe:tcent Prom'
Group, PPX e- from the very sma
III ahd, 6 c. nt 11 unitsin'Group IV.

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Washington Lewis Coo. .. t 40.' 4,121 495
S- Coluxibia Co... 20'7 1,095 254
.. West Virginia Ushur C.o. 4W' 744 _
'W Sugar beets not included.
/ Change. to 1945 which is assumed to b. maximum.
5/Cotton- not included. '.
SAs. of 1940, -... '
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eS of adjustment : Group Group Group Total
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NI III IV


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i"W t .eramiework of naxiimun capacity production for the area. -They do
Othratoe.the- changes. thaj _woald have to be made to elimninate'anderemploy-
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Si ok Sny other, the adjustment needed is 'either intensification
n.zgm *:ore livestock and purchased feed,. or more livestock and more land.


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