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In North Carolina, a bountiful agriculture is an 
important part of our heritage. While the proportion 
of our population comprising farmers has steadily de- 
clined, the necessity for a prosperous and expanding 
agriculture has seldom been exceeded. If the industry of 
agriculture is to continue providing consumers with the 
traditional abundance of foods and fibers, it must con- 
tinue to develop and progress upon a viable foundation. 

As science and technology advance, the need for 
timely and accurate statistical data becomes greater. 
This relationship is particularly true for agriculture. 
Obviously a farmer's judgment is no better than the 
facts upon which his judgment is based. 

The North Carolina Crop Reporting Service is a 
service oriented agency designed to fulfill the need for 
serviceable agricultural data in this State. For over a 
half century this cooperative State-Federal office has 
provided basic information on virtually every facet of 
agriculture — crops, livestock and livestock products, 
farm labor, and average prices received and paid by 
farmers. In its annals the tremendous growth, diversity 
and vitality of the industry of agriculture in North 
Carolina is vividly documented. 




Indeed the farmer, the consumer, and the industry supporting agriculture have shared the proceeds from 
the extraordinary efficiencies manifested in agricultural production in recent years. But without timely and 
accurate information, and the effective and skilled use of this information, the efficient productivity may 
become a pitfall, especially, for the farmer. The farmer's economic well-being is very responsive to the law of 
supply and demand. Thus, he must constantly plan ahead in an effort to maintain a reasonable balance be- 
tween the quantity and quality of his products and the needs in the marketplace. 

"Agricultural Statistics" summarizes in one volume much of the information published in some 450 
separate reports during the year by the Crop Reporting Service. The data presented reflect in large measure 
the total output of agriculture in North Carolina and depict the areas of productivity for most major items. 

We are pleased that we have been able to assemble and publish the information contained in the 1970 
issue of the Agricultural Statistics. It is made available to you with a special plea that agriculture not be 
overlooked and taken for granted, because this vital industry is important to North Carolina and all of its 
people. 




JAMES A. GRAHAM 
Commissioner of Agriculture 



NORTH CAROLINA 
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 

FEDERAL-STATE CROP REPORTING SERV ICE - R ALE I G H 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Statistical Reporting Service Division of Agricultural Statistics 

Cooperating 

Harry C. Tre logan , Administrator James A. Graham. Commiss ioner 

Glenn D. Simpson, Deputy Administrator John L. Reitzel, Assistant Commissioner 

Russell P. Handy, Stat is t ic ion - in-Char ge 

William C. Hinson, Assistant Statistician 

1970 ANNUAL Published JUNE 1971 NUMBER 122 

STATISTICAL SUPPORT 

FIELD CROPS T. Walter Brand, Jr. ENUMERATIVE SURVEYS Albert R. Midgette. Jr. 

William L. Pratt 

DATA PROCESSING G. Douglas Hicks 

LIVESTOCK Larry E. Snipes 

William H. Wigton FARM CENSUS Wayne S. Leary 

Mary S. Allen 

FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PRICES- . .Robert H. Tilley 

John R. Bolte CLERICAL Martha F. Early 

ADMINISTRATIVE Martha R. Stone 



TOBACCO: NORTH CAROLINA'S LEADING CASH CROP 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



All Tables, Charts, and Graphs In This Publication 
Pertain To North Carolina Unless Specified Otherwise 



Page 

INTRODUCTION 3 

CROPS: 

Crops --Review of 1970 Season I 4 

Acres. Yield, Production, Price and Value 

1968-1970, North Carolina 6-7 

Acres, Yield, Production, Price and Value 

1968-1970. United States 8-9 

Crops--Production, Disposition, Price and value 

1968- 1969 10 

Grains--Stocks On parms, Off Farms and in All 

Positions, Quarterly, 1966-1970 11 

County Estimates--Acres, Yield, Production and 
Value, 1968-1969: 

Corn For Grain 12 

Corn For silage 13 

Soybeans For Beans 14 

Wheat 16 

Oats 17 

Peanuts 18 

Tobacco 20 

Cotton 23 

Sweet Potatoes 25 

Irish Potatoes 26 

Lespedeza Seed 27 

All Hay 28 

Tobacco--Acres , Yield, Production, Price and 

Value By Types, 1963-1970 21 

Tobacco—Warehouse sales, 1969-70 and 1970-71 22 

Cotton--Ginnings By Counties, 1966-1970 24 

Crops --Counties Leading in Production, 1969 36 

COMMERCIAL VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND NUTS: 
Fruits and Nuts--Production, Disposition, Price 

and Value, 1962-1969 10 

Fruits and vegetables—Monthly rjarlot Rail 

Shipments Plus Truck Unloads, 1966-1969 61 

Commercial Vegetables—Acres, Yield, Production, 

Price and value, 1963-1970 62-63 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS: 

Livestock—Review of 1970 Season 38 

County Estimates --Number On Farms, 
January 1, 1963-1970: 

All Cattle 40 

Cows and Heifers Two Years Plus For Milk 41 

Cows and Heifers two Years Plus For Beef 42 

All Hogs On Farms December l 44 

All Chickens 48 

Livestock and Poultry— Number On Farms January l, 
1966-1971, North Carolina and United States 39 

Meat Animals --Numbers, Production, Disposition, 
Price and income, 1962-1970 45 

Pig crop Report— June l and December 1, 1961-1970 46 

Livestock On Farms, 1962-1971 46 

Livestock Slaughter— Commercial slaughter By 
Months and Farm slaughter Annually, 1967-1970 47 

Chickens and Turkeys --Number On Farms, Farm 
Production, Disposition and income, 1962-1970 49 

Laying Hens --Number On Farms, Rate Of Lay and 
Egg Production, 1963-1970 50 

Chicks Hatched By Commercial Hatcheries, 

1969- 1970, North Carolina and United States 51 

North Carolina commercial Broilers, 1945-1970 51 

North Carolina commercial Broilers By Weeks, 1969-1970. 51 
Honey and Beeswax --Number Of Colonies, Yield, 

Production, Price and value, 1960-1970 52 



Page 

Dairy Products— Production and Disposition 

Of Milk Products, 1963-1970 52 

Dairy Products— Sales, Prices, value Of Sales 

and Gross income, 1963-1970 52 

Dairy Manufacturing—Production Of specified 

Products, 1963-1970 52 

Milk— Grade A Purchases From North 

Carolina Producers, 1962-1970 53 

Fluid Milk and Cream— Sales To Consumers By 

Distributors, 1966-1970 53 

Number Grade A Milk Producers, 1966-1970 53 

Average Daily Production Per Grade A 

Producer, 1966-1970 53 

Fluid Milk— pounds imported By North Carolina * 

Distributors, By Months, 1966-1970 53 

Grade A Mi lk— Purchases From Producers By 

North Carolina Distributors, By Classes, 1968-1970... 53 
Number Milk cows On Farms, Average Production Per Cow 

and Total Milk Production By Months, 1963-1970 54 

Mi lk— Average Prices Received For Fluid, Manufacture 

and All Milk, By Months. 1962-1970 55 

PRICES RECEIVED: 
Average Prices Received By Farmers For specified 

Commodities, By Months, 1966-1970 56-57 

Seasons' Average Prices Received By Farmers For 
Specified commodities, 1962-1969, 

North Carolina and United States 58 

index Numbers Of Prices Received and Prices Paid 
1962-1970, North Carolina and United states 58 

PRICES PAID: 

Averages Paid By Farmers For Feed, By Months, 1964-1970 59 
Averages Paid By Farmers For Fertilizer, Mixed 
and Materials, Semi-Annually , 1964-1970 60 

FARM INCOME: 
Cash Receipts From Farming, By Commodities and 

From Government Payments, 1963-1969 30 

Cash Receipts From Farming, value of Home consumption 

and Gross Farm income, 1940-1969 31 

Cash Receipts From crops, Livestock and Livestock 

Products, and Total, 1965-1969 32 

Realized Gross and Net Income Of Farm Operators 

From Farming, 1952-1969 33 

Realized Gross and Net Income Per Farm, 1952-1969 33 

Cash Receipts From Farm Marketing, By States, 1969 34 

Farm Production Expenses, 1949-1969 35 

Value Of Eleven Principal crops, By counties, 1968-1969 64-65 

WEATHER DATA: 

1970 Monthly Weather-Crop summary 5 

Climatic change In North Carolina 70-71 

Precipitation— Average Inches By District, Monthly 
and Annually, 1961-1970, and Normals 72 

MISCELLANEOUS: 

Farm Wage Rates By Quarters, 1955-1970 35 

Agriculture— How North Carolina Ranks Among States 37 

Farms --Numbers, Land In Farms, Average sizes, 

1952-1971, North Carolina and United States 37 

Farm Workers --Numbers By Months, 1968-1970 37 

Farm Workers—Annual Average Numbers On Farms, 

1952-1970 37 

Fertilizers Tonnage Report --Quantities Of Mixed 

Fertilizer and Fertilizer Materials sold By 

Counties, During Fiscal Years, 1966-1970 66 

North Carolina Farm census Land uses, 1969 68 



Introduction 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS brings to- 
gether the more important series of current and historic 
statistics concerning agriculture in the State. Where 
possible, types of information most often requested by 
farmers, by the general public and workers in other 
Government agencies are included, semi-monthly releases 
entitled « 'Farm Report' 1 and various other periodic 
releases are published to meet the needs of persons re- 
quiring information on a weekly, monthly or seasonal 
basis. 

Crop and livestock reporting is a service rendered 
to farmers and others in the State by the Statistical 
Reporting Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture 
in cooperation with the North Carolina Department of 
Agriculture. The collection and dissemination of agri- 
cultural statistics is the oldest activity of the United 
States Department of Agriculture, having had its start in 
1863 during the Civil War. Recognizing the many advan- 
tages of a joint relationship between the State and 
Federal Governments in the development of agricultural 
statistics, North Carolina, in 1919, entered into a 
cooperative agreement with the U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture to provide detailed agricultural statistics. The 
agreement resulted in the creation of the Statistics 
Division of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. 



OFFICIAL ESTIMATES PUBLISHED 

The North Carolina Crop Reporting Service publishes 
official statistics on crop and livestock production, 
prices and various other special reports. A list of the 
more important reports and the approximate date of re- 
lease is shown in the table at right. These reports may 
be obtained without charge, by writing to Agricultural 
Statistician, P. 0. Box 27767. Raleigh, North Carolina 
27611- 



LIST OF REPORTS 



TYPE OF REPORTS 


Frequency 
Of 
Report 


Approximate 
Date Available 
In Raleigh 


I. CROP REPORTS 

1 . Intentions to Plant 

2. Farm Report 

3. Cotton 

4. Vegetables 

5. Crop Production, 
Disposition & Value 

6. Grain Stocks 
(All Positions) 

7. Annual Crop Summaries 

Small Grains 
Other Field Crops 


Annually 
Monthly 
July-Dec. 
Monthly 

Annually 

Quarterly 

Annually 
Annual 1 y 


March 20 
12th 

8th of month 
10th 

May 12 

25th, Jan. , Apr. , 
July & October 

December 10 
January 15 


II LIVESTOCK REPORTS 

1 . cattle & Milk cow 
Inventory, Jan. 1 

2 . Cattle & Calves on 
Feed, Jan. 1 

3. Calf Crop 

4. Spring Pig Crop & 
Hog Inventory, June 1 

r Pall Pier rrnn jp. Hop 
inventory, Dec. 1 

6- Sheep Inventory, 
January 1 

7 • Lamb Crop 

8. Commercial slaughter 

9. Meat Animals - Farm 
Production, Disposi- 
tion & Income 


Annua 1 ly 

Annually 
Semi-annually 

Annual ly 

Annually 

Annually 

Semi-annually 

Monthly 

Annually 


February 8 

January 17 

Feb. 15, July 24 

June 25 

December 24 

February 8 

Feb. 21 , July 28 

30th 

April 27 


III DAIRY REPORTS 

1 . cows Milked & Milk 
Production 

2 . N. C Dairy Report 


Monthly 
Semi-annually 


15th 

Feb. 15, Aug* 15 


IV. POULTRY REPORTS 

1. Poultry Inventory, 
January 1 

2. Eggs, Chickens, 
Turkeys & Hatchery; 
Poultry Slaughter 

3. Broilers 

4. Turkeys Raised 


Annually 

Monthly 
Weekly 

Semi-annually 


February 8 
18th 

Wednesday - P.M. 
Aug. 25, Jan. 29 


V. PRICE REPORTS 

1 . Prices Received by 

Farmers 
2 . Prices Paid by 

Farmers for Feed 
3 . Prices Paid by 

Farmers, selected Items 


Monthly 
Monthly 
Quarterly 


1st 
1st 

1st Feb. , May, 
Aug. , and Nov, 


VI WEATHER-CROPS REPORTS 


Weekly 


Monday - P.M. 



NORTH CAROLINA CROP REPORTING DISTRICTS 

North Carolina is divided into eight Crop Reporting Districts as outlined on the map below. County estimates for 
both crops and livestock are compiled by Crop Reporting Districts, and the counties within each district are listed in 
alphabetical order. 




This publication is the 122nd in a series on Agricultural Statistics for North Carolina. The vari-typing was done by Evelyn L. Fincn 
and Minnie H. Langley. The duplicating work was done by Raymond R. Alford, Jr., Charles H. Cross, Jr. and Kay Matthews. Statistical 
editor; Martha F. Early. 



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CROPS- -STATI STI CI AL REVIEW OF 1970 SEASON 



Many North Carolina farmers had an abundant year in 1970. Total 
cash receipts reached a new high, mainly the result of a heavy outturn 
from several major crops and increased prices for grains. 

On the other hand, probably the most devastating event of the 
season was the invasion of southern corn Leaf Blight. The ''Blight'', 
in addition to earlier dry weather, reduced corn production consider- 
ably. Ironically, some farmers had their corn crops wiped out while 
others produced record yields per acre with resistant corn. 

Another 1970 event, which will be reflected in future agricultural 
statistics, is the Agricultural Act of 1970. Also, public concern over 
potential pesticide pollution of the environment may alter future crop 
stat ist ics . 



crop cash receipts up 13 percent 

Cash receipts from the sales of crops produced in N. C- totaled a 
record $916 million (preliminary estimate), up from $812 million for 
1969 crops. Over the past 10 years the cash receipt value has had 
sporadic growth from $792 million in 1961, with slight relapses in 1965 
and 1968. 

Cash receipts from marketing of crops in 1970 returned the State 
to a number five national ranking, compared with sixth place in 1969. 
Significant cash receipt increases were realized from tobacco, cotton 
and peanuts. Lesser gains were noted for soybeans, wheat, sweet 
potatoes and Irish potatoes, cash receipts from 1970 vegetable crops 
increased $3.3 million to $45. 6 million. Corn cash receipts were down 
S2.8 million due to a much smaller crop, resulting from the drought 
during late May and early June and the Southern corn Leaf Blight that 
followed. Fruit and nut growers realized $19.2 million in cash re- 
ceipts, down $2.3 million from 1969 ■ 



1970 harvested acreage up 



Major crops, harvested by N. C. farmers in 1970 totaled about 
4,069,000 acres. This was one percent over the 4,012,000 acres of 
1969, but well below the 4,382,000 and 4,228,000 acres of 1967 and 
and 1968, respectively. The increase of 1970' s harvested acreage was 
mainly the result of a substantial 73,000 acre corn increase more than 
offsetting minor decreases of other crops. 



record crop value for flue-cured leaf 



In 1970, Tar Heel farmers produced 797 million pounds of flue- 
cured tobacco valued at a record $571 million. This erased the 1964 
high of $550 million and surpassed 1969' s $502 million by 14 percent. 
Average price per pound was approximately 72 cents per pound for 1969 
and 1970, the highest of record. Sufficient rainfall in an otherwise 
dry year promoted an average yield of 2,076 pounds per acre for all 
flue-cured tobacco. This was 13 percent above the 1,838 pounds per 
acre of 1969 and second only to the 2, 282 pounds of 1964. 

Production, acreage and yield in the State's three flue-cured 
belts in 1970 were as follows: Type 11 -- grown in Middle and Old 
Belts -- totaled 273 million pounds from 147,000 acres harvested for an 
average yield of 1,860 pounds; Type 12 -'- the Eastern Belt -- 418 
million pounds from 187,000 acres with an average yield of 2,235 
pounds; Type 13 -- Border Belt -- 106 million pounds from 49,800 acres 
for an average yield of 2,120 pounds. 

The 1970 burley crop was valued at $13. 5 million compared with 
$13.9 the previous season. The leaf averaged 72.9 cents per pound in 
1970 -- 4.3 cents above 1969 but about 0.5 cent short of the 1968 high. 
Production of 18.6 million pounds in 1970 was down from 20.3 million 
pounds in 1969. Average yields dropped slightly -- from a record-high 
2,570 pounds in 1969 to 2,545 in 1970. 



corn crop down 23 percent 



Southern corn Leaf Blight of late summer and prior drought condi- 
tions of late May and early June reduced the 1970 corn production 23 
percent below 1969. Production for grain is estimated at 67.3 million 
bushels compared to 87. 1 million bushels for 1969- Growers realized a 
yield of only 50 bushels per acre -- 18 bushels below 1969 and 26 
bushels below the 1967 record. Acreage harvested for grain at 1,345,000 
was five percent above the 1,281,000 acres harvested in 1969. The 
average price per bushel for the short crop jumped to $1.53, highest 
since $1.64 in 1954; however, this was well below the $2.03 per bushel 
record of 1919. 



soybean production down -- price up 

Soybean yield and harvested acreage were lower in 1970, and the 
average price per bushel shot to $2.90 from $2.37 in 1969. The record 
high was $3.00 per bushel in 1947. The average yield was reduced some- 
what by dry weather during pollination and pod development and wet 
weather at picking time. The average yield per acre for 1970 is esti- 
mated at 24 bushels down nine percent from the record 26.5 bushels of 
1969. Acreage harvested is calculated at 876,000 acres, one percent 
below 1969. 

Bean production of 21.0 million bushels was down from the 23.5 
million bushels of 1969 and well below the record crop of 27.4 million 
bushels in 1967. Partially offsetting lower production was the 53-cent 
per bushel price increase, making the 1970 crop worth $61.0 million, 
up $5.4 million from 1969. 



record peanut crop for 1970 

Tar Heel peanut farmers had an ideal year and produced a record- 
high 446 million pounds, surpassing the 1966 crop--the previous high-- 
by 45.1 million pounds. The 1969 crop totaled 343.2 million pounds. 
Yield per acre in 1970 of 2,670 pounds erased the 2,400-pound per acre 
record of 1966- Yields averaged less than 2,100 pounds per acre in 
1967, 1968 and 1969. Growers received an average of 13.4 cents per 
pound, thus giving the bumper crop a record $59.7 million value com- 
pared to $45.0 million in 1969- Harvested acreage was essentially 
unchanged at 167,000 acres. 



cotton crop up 60 percent 

Cotton production is estimated at about 160,000 bales, the highest 
since 1965. Favorable weather through much of the growing season and 
at picking time contributed to a near-record 465 pounds of lint per 
harvested acre. The yield was 178 pounds above 1969 but five pounds 
short of the 1964 high, cotton producers harvested the 160,000 bales 
from 165,000 acres in 1970 compared to 100,000 bales from 166,000 acres 
in 1969. Farmers received an average of 22.5 cents per pound (exclud- 
ing price support payments) for a crop value of $18 million, up con- 
siderably from the $10.8 million of 1969- 



record wheat and oats yields 

Wheat production in 1970 is calculated at 7.9 million bushels, 
down five percent from the 1969 crop of 8.3 million bushels. But 
farmers harvested a record average of 43 bushels per acre which is one 
bushel above the high yield of 1969. Season's average price of $1.35 
per bushel (12 cents above 1969) makes the 1970 wheat production worth 
$10.7 million, up $0.5 million from 1969. The acreage for grain is 
estimated at 184,000 acres compared to 198,000 acres harvested in 1969. 

Production of oats totaled 6.4 million bushels and is five percent 
above the 1969 production of 6.1 million bushels. Yield per acre 
averaged a record high of 52 bushels, erasing the 1969 high of 51 
bushels per acre. The acreage harvested for grain totaled 124,000 
acres and is up 4,000 acres from the 1969 estimate. Average price per 
bushel of 72 cents for 1970 is two cents above the previous year. 



commercial vegetable acreage up -- value down 



Commercial vegetable acreage for fresh market and processing is 
estimated at about 76,100 acres in 1970, up 2,200 acres from 1969. 
Total fresh market harvest was 45,500 acres compared with 44,000 acres 
in 1969- Total vegetable processing acres harvested is estimated at 
30,600 acres for 1970 and 29,900 acres for 1969. 

The value of commercial vegetables harvested for fresh market and 
processing in N. C- in 1970 totaled $24.3 million compared with $25.6 
million in 1969. commercial fresh market vegetables were valued at 
$17.2 million in 1970 and $18.1 million in 1969. Processing vegetable 
value amounted to $7.1 million in 1970 compared with $7.5 million for 
1969. 



commercial apple production sets new high 

The 1970 N. C. commercial apple crop sold and utilized is esti- 
mated at 223 million pounds and is nine percent above the 1969 produc- 
tion of value of 204 million pounds. Economic loss of the 1970 crop is 
calculated at 3 million pounds compared with 19 million pounds in 1969. 
Total production in 1970 was 226 million pounds, 3 million pounds above 
1969. The 1970 value of production is estimated at $8.6 million. 



1 9 70 MONTHLY WEATHER-CROP SUMMARY 



5 



By Albert V. Hardy, Nor 
National Oceanic And A 

GENERAL: Dry weatner returned to North Carolina in 1970, after only a 
one year respite. 1969, the wettest of the past six years, was the 
only one of the six up to normal in rainfall. 1970, averaged over all 
of the State, was the second driest of the six years. Every one of the 
growing season months found rainfall below normal in one or more of the 
crop-reporting districts. Dry weather also interfered with fall seed- 
ing of winter cover, and a rainfall shortage continued in some areas 
through the end of the year. Unlike some of the earlier dry years, 
1970' s rainfall shortage was spread through the entire year; there was 
no month that was extremely dry in any large, general area. For this 
reason crop conditions, often discouraging, were never destructive; 
indeed, yields of a number of crops turned out to be unusually high. 

Temperature averages over 1970 took an upward swing. The past 
several years have been significantly colder than averages over a long 
period of years, and 1969 was one among the coldest. Except for an 
extremely cold January, 1970 fell into a more normal pattern of temper- 
ature, and the year turned out to be the warmest of the past five. 
Both June and July had some hundred-degree weather, and both August 
and September had temperatures in the upper nineties. Nevertheless, 
the average temperature for 1970 was still below normals based on a 
thirty-year average. 

High yields for small grains show that 1970 weather was good for 
crop development during the early part of the year, while good yields 
of cotton follow expectations for that dry-weather crop. Mid-season 
crops such as tobacco, peanuts and sweet potatoes also fared well. On 
the other hand, late-summer crops such as soybeans did not produce as 
well as in other recent years, and harvesting was hampered by damp 
weather in late October and early November. The possible effect of 
weather on corn blight conditions which developed in 1970 has not been 
completely determined. 



JANUARY: The year began with one of the coldest months of record. Lows 
were around zero over much of North Carolina the 9th and 22nd, and 
temperatures remained below freezing continuously through three or four 
days around each of the two coldest dates. There were many breakdowns 
in power, water and heating systems, some livestock was lost, and there 
was damage to winter grains and pastures. January precipitation was 
much below normal in the west, slightly below normal in the east. Snow 
fell in the Mountains and northern Piedmont with each of the severe 
cold spells. There was very little farm work possible during January 
due to the cold weather, but temperatures began to moderate during the 
final week. 



FEBRUARY: Moderate winter weather prevailed, with no particularly 
severe periods and temperatures averaging only a little below normal. 
Rain came at regular intervals about a week apart, frequently enough to 
interfere considerably with outdoor work. Total amounts were below 
normal in the Mountains, and near normal elsewhere. A variety of pre- 
cipitation on the 9th and 10th included rain, sleet and snow, and in 
the Raleigh area some hail up to an inch in diameter. Snow fell all 
the way to the coast on the 26th, and in the Mountains on several 
occasions, but there were no large accumulations except at high ele- 
vations in the north portion. 



MARCH: Rain fell frequently, but daily amounts were not generally large 
except in the Coastal Plain the 22nd and 31st. Total amounts were 
again below normal in the Mountains, and near or above normal in the 
east. Temperatures averaged near or only slightly below normal, with 
no severe periods; the coldest in most areas was near 20 degrees, on 
the 16th or 17th. The moderately cool weather kept peach buds dormant 
until after mid-month. March was unusually free of high winds, with 
no storm damage reported. Early crop development and farm work moved 
ahead fairly well. 



APRIL: Windy weather which was lacking in March arrived early in 
April; there were widespread thunderstorms with wind damage the 2nd. 
Weather was also windy on the 9th, 15th and 24th. Rain fell every few 
days; totals were below normal in the Piedmont and northern Mountains 
and generally near normal elsewhere except for the northern Coastal 
Plain, where heavy rains the 14th and 27th brought totals well above 
normal. April was the first month in six to be warmer than normal. 
The mild weather favored growth and development of peaches, and there 
was good progress in planting crops; 



Carol ina CI imatologist 
spheric Administration 

JUNE: June was rather cool except for a warm spell around the 20th, 
during which temperatures exceeded 100 degrees in a few places. Average 
temperatures for the month were a little below normal. Rain in June 
was mostly with scattered thundershowers, adding up to another dry 
month in all but a few places. There were many cases of local occur- 
rence of hail, causing damage on several different days, most wide- 
spread on the 2lst and 22nd. Soil moisture dropped to the critical 
level in some areas during June, and there was damage to most spring 
crops in some areas, especially to early-maturing corn in the east. 



JULY: The first few days of July were both hot and humid, and there 
was some loss of poultry from the heat in the southern Piedmont. 
Temperatures reached 100 degrees at some stations. During the rest of 
the month temperatures were mild to warm, and averages over the month 
were again just a little below normal. Rainfall was deficient in the 
Mountains during the first twenty days, but the remainder of the month 
was well-watered in most areas. Much of the rain came with thunder- 
showers, and there was considerable hail damage to small local acreages, 
especially to tobacco, and some scattered wind damage as well. 



AUGUST: Very heavy rains totaling up to fifteen inches fell around the 
9th, 10th and llth over portions of the eastern slopes of the Moun- 
tains and some adjoining Piedmont areas. Major flooding followed, 

.approaching that of July 1916 and August 1940. During the rest of the 
month and in other areas, rainfall was showery. Total amounts for the 
month ranged from ten inches above normal to five inches below normal. 
Temperatures averaged near normal, and there were no unusual extremes, 
but some areas exceeded 90 degrees on as many as twenty days. Most 
crops did very well, on the average, but damage to corn from blight 
began to be in evidence. There was scattered crop and property damage 

.from wind and hail, notably on the 18th. 



SEPTEMBER: Summer weather persisted until the last few days of Septem- 
ber, so that the month averaged warmer than any September since the 
long, hot summer of 1954. It was also a very dry month, averaging 
only a little over half the normal precipitation. Except in the Moun- 
tains there was scarcely any rain between the 12th and 27th. Thus, 
weather of the month was excellent for outdoor work. Those crops still 
in growing stages suffered for lack of sufficient soil moisture, but 
harvesting operations moved ahead more rapidly than is usually possible. 
Insect problems were also reduced by the dry weather. 



OCTOBER: Temperatures drifted back toward normal in October, but the 
month still averaged just a little on the warm side at most North 
Carolina weather stations. Fair weather typical of October prevailed 
the first week, but heavy cloudiness set in over the Mountains the 
second week and over the entire State during the latter half of the 
month. Heavy rains fell in the Mountains the 9th through the llth, 
causing some flash flooding. There were several periods of substantial 
rains beginning the 15th, with some especially large amounts the 30th. 
Totals for the month were near normal in the Coastal Plain and above 
normal elsewhere. Late season harvest operations were slowed down con- 
siderably by the inclement October weather. 



NOVEMBER. Winter began early with snow in the upper Mountains the 
4th and 5th, and on the 16th and 24th. A few flakes were seen in the 
Piedmont with the first snow, and in the Coastal Plain with the last. 
Temperature changes were rapid, with freezing weather general with 
each of the snow spells. Between times the mercury climbed well up 
into the seventies almost daily from the 8th to the 15th, and around 
the 20th and 30th; a few highs to 80 were reported at the end of the 
month. Average temperatures were near or a little below normal. Rain 
was scant, falling in scattered mostly small daily amounts the first 
five days, the 10th through the 15th, and around the 20th; totals were 
generally below the meager November normals. Hail, unusual at this 
time of year, was noted on two separate dates at widely separated 
places. 



MAY: Rainfall was deficient in all general areas of North Carolina. 
The longest dry spells began the 5th- -lasting six to twelve days--and 
the I8th--lasting five to seven days. In a few places the two spells 
merged into one, making nearly three weeks without rain. A cold spell 
on the 7th caused temperatures below the freezing point in the Moun- 
tains, but not quite cold enough to cause serious damage to delicate 
vegetation in other areas. Weather was mild to rather warm the rest of 
the month, and average temperatures over the whole month were near 
normal. Weather was predominantly fair, with little stormy weather. 
Conditions were gooa fur outdoor work, and planting progiess was 
normal. 



DECEMBER: Dry weather that began after November 20th continued through 
the first half of December, with an unusual amount of fair and windy 
weather for the time of year. Forest fires burned thousands of acres 
during this period. Weather of the second half of the month was more 
winter-like. Precipitation fell frequently, and the month's totals 
rose to one-half to two-thirds of normal. There was snow and sleet 
during the final week, with some accumulations in most areas. Temper- 
atures rose and fell often, with at least three warm and three cool 
spells. Averages for the month were a degree or two above normal. 
Weather of the first half of December was favorable for farm activity, 
but the latter half of the month was discouraging to outdoor work. 



CROPS: Acres, Yield, Production, 1968-1970, North Carolina rcon tinued on Opposite Page I 







ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


CROPS 


UNIT 


















1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 








Thousands 






Units 




Thousan ds 


GENERAL CROPS 






















bu. 


1 , 348 


1, 281 


1, 345 


60. 


68. 


50. 


on o n f\ 

80, 880 


87, 108 




Ton 


135 


140 


144 


13. 5 


14. 


11. 5 


1, 822 


1, 960 






30 


31 


36 














- 


1, 513 


1, 452 


1, 525 
















247 


227 


218 














Bu. 


220 


198 


184 


39. 


42. 


43. 


o con 
O, Doll 


o,316 




Bu. 


131 


120 


124 


49. 


51.0 


52. 


CZ A 1 O 

o, 4iy 


c i on 
b, 1A\) 




Bu. 


rc 


ee 
OD 


DO 


4y . u 


ou. u 


OA . u 


o f loO 


1 ou 


Dvd Plant oH 




106 


106 


106 














On 

BU. 


18 


16 


14 


21 . 


19. 


23. 




OA/1 

3U4 




Bu. 


A C 
4D 




A R 

4b 


co n 
OA . U 


Do. U 


CO f\ 

06 . U 


4, 04U 


O HA A 
A, <44 


Pa+ t rtn Dl Q nf on 




200 


184 


173 














Lb . 


189 


166 


165 


310 


287 


465 


1 oo 
IA6 


1 nn 
1UU 




Ton 














01 


A 1 

41 




LD . 


135. 


146. 


145. 


1, 670 


1, 765 


1, 875 


ooc a cn 
AAO, 4DU 


oct con 

ao i , byu 




Ld. 


171 . 


185. 


188. 


1, 955 


1, 895 


2, 225 


oo/i one 
oo4, 600 


ocn ctc 
oDU, D (0 


Type 13 


LD. 


44. 5 


47. 5 


49. 5 


1, 995 


1, 840 


2, 125 


OO HHQ 

oo, 7 io 


ot /inn 
o 1 , 4UU 




Lb. 


350. 5 


378. 5 


382. 5 


1, 850 


1, 838 


2,079 


CA Q COO 

o4o, 066 


byo, bbo 




Lu. 


7. 9 


7.9 


7.4 


2, 385 


2, 570 


2, 600 


18,842 


20,303 




T K 

Lb. 


358. 4 


386. 4 


389. 9 


1, 862 


1, 853 


2, 089 


667,375 


715,968 


Irish Potatoes, 8 N.E. Counties. 


Cwt . 


9. 5 


10. 


10. 


150 


135 


150 


1 /IOC 

1 , 4<so 


1 ocn 
1 , 60V 


Other Coastal. . . 


Cwt . 


2.2 


2. 4 


2.4 


120 


120 


100 


264 


288 


Total - Late Spring.... 


Cwt. 


11.7 


12.4 


12.4 


144 


132 


140 


1,689 


1,638 


Early Summer. . . 


Cwt. 


1.8 


2.0 


2. 


95 


115 


110 


171 


230 


Late Summer .... 


Cwt . 


. 9 


1.0 


. 9 


140 


145 


110 


126 


145 




Cwt. 


14.4 


15.4 


15.3 


138 


131 


135 


1, 986 


2.013 


Sweetpotatoes 


Cwt. 


22.0 


26.0 


25.0 


115 


145 


160 


2,530 


3,770 




Lb. 


15 


15 


17 


130 


175 


180 


1,950 


2,625 


HAY CROPS 






















Ton 


9 


y 


y 


o on 
A. 6\3 


O Af\ 

A. 4U 


O Af\ 

A. 4U 


21 


22 




Ton 


182 


•% no 

178 


IOC 

loo 


1 Af\ 

1 . 40 


1 . OU 


1 A C 

1 . 40 


AOO 


0R7 




Ton 


57 


46 


42 


1,20 


1.35 


1.30 


68 


62 




Ton 


40 


32 


33 


1. 10 


1.00 


1. 15 


44 


32 




Ton 


50 


50 


46 


1. 50 


1. 65 


1. 65 


75 


83 




Ton 


109 


100 


95 


1. 30 


1.50 


1.50 


142 


150 


All Hay 


Ton 


447 


415 


410 


1. 35 


1. 48 


1. 47 


605 


616 


Sorghum Forage. ... 




11 


6 


8 












Sorghum Silage £/ 


Ton 


13 


16 


17 


10.5 


13.0 


13.0 


136 


208 


LEGUMEo 
























1, 163 


1,000 


990 








- 


- 


Harvested For Beans. . . 


Bu. 


972 


885 


876 


17. 5 


26.5 


24.0 


17,010 


23,453 






170 


167 


167 








- 


- 


Harvested For Nuts 


Lb. 


167 


164 


164 


2,075 


2,060 


2,700 


346.525 


337,840 


FRUITS AND NUTS 




















Ann 1 qc f~l i \ m m o T" f" 1 n ') 1 f \ T~\ 


T h 














169,800 


204.000 


peaches, Total Crop 


Lb. 














77,800 


56,000 




Ton 














2.00 


2.20 


Pecans: Improved 


Lb. 














600 


1,700 


Seedling 


Lb. 














200 


900 


Pecans, All varieties 


Lb. 














800 


2.600 



See footnotes at bottom of page 7. 



CROPS: Production, Price and Value, 1968-1970, North Carolina 



CROPS 


UNIT 


PRODUCTION 
(Conf d.) 


SEASON AVERAGE PRICE 
RECEIVED BY FARMERS U 


VALUE OF PRODUCTIONS 






1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 


r CkJC DAI ^ DA D 

otNtKAL LKUro 




Thousah ds 




Do 1 tars 




Thousand Dollars 


Bu. 


67,250 


1.12 


1.29 


1.53 


90,586 


112,369 


102,893 


For Silage 


Ton 


1,656 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




~ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Corn, All 






- 


- 




• 




- 


Winter Wheat, Planted 


™ 




- 


- 


™ 




— 






Bu. 


7, 912 


1.22 


1.23 


1.35 


10,468 


10, 229 


10, 681 


Oats, For Grain 


Bu. 


6,448 


.71 


.70 


. 72 


4,557 


4, 284 


4,643 




Bu. 


3, 276 


. 90 


.92 


. 98 


2.866 


2, 530 


3,210 


Rye, Planted 






■ 


~ 


~ 






~ 




Bu. 


322 


1.33 


1. 26 


1.30 


503 


383 


419 


Sorghum, For Grain 


Bu. 


2,438 


1.02 


1. 10 


1. 34 


2,387 


3, 018 


3,267 




~ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cotton, Lint Harvested^/ 


Lb. 


160 


.2303 


.2178 


.2250 


14, 126 


10,836 


18,000 




Ton 


66 


49.30 


40. 70 


51. 00 


2,514 


1,669 


3,366 


Tobacco: Type 11 


Lb. 


271,875 


.643 


.715 


.699 


144,964 


184, 248 


190,041 


Type 12 


Lb. 


418,300 


.676 


.726 


.728 


225,990 


254,517 


304,522 


Type 13 


Lb. 


105, 188 


.672 


.727 


.717 


59,659 


63,540 


75,420 




Lb. 


795, 363 


.664 


.722 


. 717 


430,613 


502, 305 


569,983 


Type 31 


Lb. 


19,240 


.736 


.686 


. 725 


13,868 


13,928 


13,949 




Lb. 


814, 603 


.666 


.721 


. 717 


A A A AQ1 

111 , 1ol 


cie 9QQ 
O ID, Zoo 


coo QQ9 

ooo , yoz 


Irish Potatoes, 8 N.E. Counties. 


Cwt. 


1,500 


~ 












Other coastal. . . 


Cwt. 


240 














Total - Late spring 


Cwt. 


1,740 


- 


- 


- 








Parlv Snmmpr 


Cwt . 


990 
















Cwt. 


99 














Irish Potatoes, All 


Cwt. 


2,059 


9Q 


9 ^7 


J. lu 


R 47fi 
O, 1 ID 


^ 940 
O , Z1U 


Q , 00\J 


Sweet potatoes 


Cwt. 




d ft9 


o . y i 


9 7ft 
o . (U 


19 1 QR 

i z , iy o 


1 d Id 1 
11 , (11 


1 4 son 

1 1 , OUU 


Lespedeza For Seed 


r,b 




. ZUO 


. lol 


1 7fl 
. 1 <U 




loo 


ozu 


HAY CROPS 




















Ton 


22 


- 


- 


- 








Clover, Timothy & Mixtures 


Ton 


268 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




Ton 


55 








- 


- 


- 




Ton 


38 


- 


- 


- 








Grain 


Tnn 


7fi 


- 


- 


- 








Other Hay 5/ 


Ton 


143 














All Hay 


Ton 


602 


31 . 00 


33 . 00 


34. 50 


18,755 


20,328 


20,769 
















- 


- 




















LEGUMES 




















- 


- 














Harvested For Beans... 


Bu. 


21,024 


9 dd 
L • 11 


9 97 


9 Qfl 


dl <^C\d 

1 1 , oui 


OO, Ool 


Rfl Q7D 


Peanuts - Grown Alone 


















Harvested For Nuts 


Lb. 


442 800 


1 OA 
. 1Z1 


1 "5 1 
. lol 


1 id 
. lol 


42,969 


44, 257 


59,335 


FRUITS AND NUTS 




















Lb. 


223,000 


.0503 


.0409 


.0386 


8,541 


8,344 


8,608 




T Y\ 


51, 000 


.0658 


.0674 


.0725 


5, 119 


3,774 


3,698 




Ton 


2. 20 


186.00 


231.00 


2J 


372 


508 


5/508 




Lb. 


800 


.410 


.330 


.400 


246 


561 


320 




Lb. 


300 


.300 


. 260 


.310 


60 


234 


93 


Pecans, All Varieties 


Lb. 


1, 100 


.382 


.305 


.378 


306 


795 


413 



JJ The season average estimates used in this report to evaluate production are estimates of the average price received 
by producers for that part of the crop that is sold. _2/ Values are for the crop year and should not be confused with 
calendar year income. _£/ Estimates include grazing and hogging. 4/ Production in 500 lb. gross wt. bales. 5/ Includes 
soybean and cowpea hay. £/ Green -we i gh t . ZJ Not available. J?/ J969 price used in eva luating 1970 value. *l970 
pre I i mi nary . 



8 

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PDOPC 
LKUro 




ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


ITVTT 
U1N J. 1 


















1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 








Thousands 






Uni ts 




Thousands 


GENERAL CROPS 




















Corn, For Grain 


Bu. 


00 , OoU 


KA RQQ 

04 , oyo 


C17 Q CQ 

t , ooy 


70 c 
10. b 


on d 

00 . 9 


nt n 

11 . 1 


A 9Q9 07Q 

1 , oyo , z 10 


A SRI C9/1 

1 , OoZ , 5o4 


For Silage 


Ton 


7, 833 


7, 910 


8, 182 


11.8 


12. 5 


11.5 


no c\c n 

92, U59 


98, 506 


For Forage JJ 


- 


o nn 
89U 


o5z 


844 












Corn, All 


- 




fi? 3R0 
uo , oyjvj 


UO , OxJyJ 
















CO A QC 

bz , 4ob 


04 , 2 i y 


A O CCQ 

4y , OOO 












All Wheat, Harvested 


Bu. 


re oco 

00 , Zbz 


An t^nn 
4 1,011 


A A O ftC 

44 , oUb 


no c 

zo. 


on n 
oU. / 


61.1 


1 , O ID, ZOi 


1 A Gf\ 1 on 

1 , 4bU, lo7 


Oats, For Grain 


Bu. 


1 7 Gt'ZI 


17 QTft 


1 P. ^ftfl 
1 , OOU 


Oo . D 


OO . u 


10. y 


939, zzo 


950, 023 


Barley, For Grain 


Bu. 


Q 7 AO 


Q CO 1 

y , Oo i 


Q dAO 

y , biz 


10 . b 


AA A 
11 . 1 


AO ft 

iz . b 


A OO OCO 

4zz , yoy 


A OO C A 

426, 547 


Rye, Planted 




Q A KA 
6 , 101 


A ARQ 

i, uoy 


A O. on 
1 , ooi) 












Rye, Harvested For Grain 


Bu. 


1 m A 

1 , U14 


1 , 34b 


1 A OC 

1 , 4ob 


00 n 
26 . U 


00 c 
26 . 5 


o c n 
z5. 9 


OO 9 CC 

zo , bo 


oJ , Ooo 


Sorghum, For Grain 


Bu. 


13 , 995 


13 , 525 


10 n c 1 
13 , 751 


co n 
5z . 9 


55. 


cn n 
5U. 7 


700 coc 
16a, boO 


hah oon 
(4 / , ZoU 


Cotton, Planted 


- 


10, 912 


11 , 882 


11 , 942 












Cotton, Lint Harvested^/ 


Lb. 


in i en 
1U, lbu 


1 i ACQ 
1 1 , UOo 


11 1 

1 JL , 1 bo 


C1 fi 

01b 


A 9/1 

4o4 


A A 1 

441 


10, 948 


10,009 


Cottonseed 


Ton 














4,640 


4, 186 


Tobacco: Type 11 


Lb. 


1 OC O 

lob. o 


zU4 . U 


1 on n 
19y . U 


1 ceo 
1 , boo 


1,111 


1 , 855 


308,848 


361,220 


Type 12 


Lb. 


171.0 


185.0 


188.0 


1,955 


1,895 


2,225 


334,305 


350,575 


Type 13 


Lb. 


107. 1 


116.0 


117.0 


1,972 


1,932 


2,105 


211, 161 


224,058 


Tobacco, All Flue-Cured 


Lb. 


533.0 


576.8 


582. 8 


1,841 


1,825 


2,044 


981,541 


1,052,806 


Type 31 


Lb. 


237.6 


237.7 


216.7 


2.372 


2,488 


2,585 


563,367 


591,395 




Lb. 


880.3 


919.9 


898.8 


1,943 


1,961 


2,120 


1,710,398 


1,804, 165 


Irish Potatoes, All 


Cwt. 


1376.1 


1413.4 


1424.7 


214 


221 


228 


293, 984 


311, 903 




Cwt. 


147.0 


145.6 


137.6 


92 


101 


102 


13, 591 


14,654 


Lespedez, For Seed 


Lb. 


172 


183 


161 


222 


242 


224 


38, 260 


44,355 


HAY CROPS 




















Alfalfa and Mixtures 


Ton 


21 , U7o 


2b, yui 


on one 


O 71 
2. 11 


O R.1 
Z . Ol 


9 7^ 

Z . 1 


73,251 


75,472 


Clover, Timothy and Mixtures. . . 


Ton 


13,351 


13,229 


13,403 


1.77 


1.79 


1.78 


23,679 


23,676 




Ton 


1,482 


1,480 


1,414 


1.40 


1.42 


1.46 


2, 073 


2, 106 




Ton 


306 


329 


300 


.72 


.70 


.77 


221 


230 


Grain 


Ton 


2,666 


2, 930 


2,970 


1.45 


1.45 


1.42 


3,861 


4,241 


Other Hay 5J 


Ton 


8, 966 


8, 568 


9, 033 


1.62 


1.58 


1.59 


14, 519 


13, 552 


All Hay 


Ton 


62, 693 


62,053 


63,234 


2 . 00 


2.06 


2. 02 


125, 522 


127,675 


Sorghum Forage 


- 


2,617 


2,759 


2,312 












Sorghum Silage £/ 


Ton 


902 


775 


744 


10. 8 


11.7 


9.7 


9, 707 


9,083 


LEGUMES 




















Soybeans: Grown Alone 


_ 


42, 037 


42, 198 


43,332 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harvested For Beans. . 


Bu 


41, 104 


40, 982 


42, 447 


26.8 


27.5 


26.8 


1, 103, 129 


1,126,314 


Peanuts: Grown Alone 


- 


1,493 


1, 504 


1,511 


- 


- 


- 






Harvested For Nuts. . . . 


Lb. 


1,436 


1,448 


1.45.V 


1,771 


1,743 


2, 053 


2 542 841 


2, 523, 399 


FRUITS AND NUTS 




















Ann! PnmmPTf* i a 1 Or on 


Lb. 














5,441,900 


6,751,800 


Peaches, Total Crop 


Lb. 














3,590,700 


3,665,400 


Pears 


Ton 














616 


712 


Grapes 


Ton 














3, 549 


3,898 


Pecans: Improved 


Lb. 














94, 730 


135, 3UU 


Seedling 


Lb. 














97, 770 


89,800 


Pecans, All Varieties 


Lb. 














192, 500 


225, 100 



See footnotes at bottom of page 9. 



CROPS: Production, Price and Value, 1968-1970, United States 



9 







PRODUCTION 


SEASON AVERAGE PRICE 


VALUE OF PRODUCTION^/ 


CROPS 


UNIT 


CCont' d. ) 


RECEIVED BY FARMERS JJ 








1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 


1968 


1969 


1970* 






Thousands 




Do 1 1 ars 




Thousand Do 1 /ars 


GENERAL CROPS 


















Corn, For Grain 


Bu. 


4, 109, 792 


1. 08 


1. 16 


1.34 


4, 763, 061 


5, 289, 754 


5, 478, 958 


For Silage 


Ton 


94,206 














For Forage JJ 


~ 


































All Wheat, Planted 


















All Wheat, Harvested 


Bu. 


1 , 378, 465 


1. 24 


1 . 24 


1 . 36 


1 , 950, 462 


1, 815, 732 


1 , 870, 428 




BU. 


909, 481 


. 599 


. 586 


. 625 


569, 114 


564, 629 


577, 130 




Bu. 


410, 445 


• 9U8 


. 874 


r\ o r> 

. 92U 


381, 227 


368, 814 


374, 461 


Rye, Planted 


















Rye, Harvested For Grain 


Bu. 


38, 552 


1. 02 


1. 00 


. 961 


24, 016 


39 0f)8 


37 ?41 


Sorghum, For Grain 


Bu. 


697, 050 


. 949 


1 . 07 


1.13 


699 188 


791 , 153 


784 989 


Cotton, Planted 


















Cotton, Lint Harvested^/.... 


Lb. 


10, 270 


.222 


.211 


. 225 


1 219 045 


1 054 981 


1 155 347 

X , X ij kJ , <-J i 1 


Cottonseed 


Ton 


4, 290 


50. 50 


41. 10 


55. 60 


234, 492 


172,030 


238, 541 


Tobacco: Type 11 


Lb. 


369, 075 


. 646 


. 715 


JJ 


199, 506 


258,375 


JJ 


Type 12 


Lb. 


418, 300 


. 676 


. 726 


JJ 


zzb , yyu 


254 , 51 / 


-7 J 
U 


Type 13 


Lb. 


246,263 


. 667 


. 728 


jj 


140 991 


163 027 


7/ 

J— I 


Tobacco, All Flue-Cured 


Lb. 


1, 191, 113 


. 666 


. 724 


JJ 


653 475 


761 , 919 


7J 


Type 31 


Lb. 


560, 140 


.737 


.696 


JJ 


415, 133 


411 , 564 


JJ 


Tobacco, All 


Lb. 


1,905, 751 


. 695 


. 718 


. 722 


1 188 622 


1 295 700 


1 376 157 


Irish Potatoes, All 


Cwt. 


324,861 


2. 23 


2. 23 


2. 20 


652, 729 


693, 974 


711, 651 


Sweetpotatoes 


Cwt. 


14, 086 


4. 90 


4. 16 


4. 28 


66, 526 


61 , 185 


59, 770 


Lespedeza, For Seed 


Lb. 


36, 140 


. 164 


. 156 


. 149 


6, 265 


6, 887 


5, 364 


HAY CROPS 

lln 1 v l\U 1 U 


















Alfalfa and Mixtures 


Ton 


74, 779 








- 


- 


- 


Clover, Timothy and Mixtures. 


Ton 


23, 881 














Lespedeza 


Ton 


2,063 














Peanut 


Ton 


231 


- 


- 


- 








Gra i n 


Ton 


4 998 


- 


- 


-' 








Other Hay £/ 


Ton 


14,349 


- 


- 


- 






_ 


All Hay 


Ton 


127,899 


23.60 


24.70 


25.70 


2,854,573 


2, 984,426 


3,072,213 


Sorghum Forage 


- 


- 














Sorghum Silage £J . . . . 


Ton 


7,227 














LEGUMES 




















- 


- 














Harvested For Beans 


Bu. 


1, 135, 769 


2.43 


2.35 


2.82 


9 R7Q 91 f) 


9 R47 4QQ 


3 9(T3 9^8 


Peanuts: Grown Alone 


.- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








Harvested For Nuts. . 


Lb. 


2,986,905 


.119 


. 123 


. 129 


302,258 


310,637 


384, 779 


ri\UI 10 MnU rt u ! 


















Apples, Commercial Crop 


Lb. 


6, 349, 100 








332,236 


274,447 


296,660 


Peaches, Total Crop 


Lb. 


3, 036, 500 


. 0544 


. 0535 


.0618 


186,260 


184,453 


176, 563 


Pears 


Tnn 


Oil 


135. 00 


101.00 


130.00 


83,231 


71,957 


70,053 




Ton 


3,102 


66.40 


72.80 


JJ 


235,827 


283, 981 


^2/286,051 


Pecans: Improved 


Lb. 


78,500 


.423 


.317 


.423 


40, 011 


42,950 


33, 149 


Seedling 


Lb. 


70,700 


.328 


.269 


.357 


32, 082 


24, 197 


25,202 


Pecans, All Varieties 


Lb. 


149,200 


.375 


.298 


.392 


72, 093 


67, 147 


58,351 



JJ The season average estimates used in this report to evaluate production are est i mates of the average price received 
by producers for that part of the crop that is sold. 2J Values are for the crop year and should not be confused with 
calendar year income. JJ Estimates include grazing and hogging. A/ Product i on in 500' I b. gross weight bales. 
5/ 'jl^Judes soybean and cowpea hay. £J Green-weight. ZJ Not available. BJ 1969 price used in evaluating 1970 value. 
* 1970 Pre 1 1 m i na ry. 



10 



CROPS: Production, Disposition, Price and Value, 1988-1969 



CROPS 



Unit 



Production 



Total 
Used 
For 
Seed 



USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN 



For 
Seed 



Fed To 
Livestock 



Home 

Use 



Sold 



Season' s 
Average 
Price 
Rec' d. By 
Farmers _£/ 



VALUE 



Production 



Farm 
Household 
Use 



Sales 



1968 

Corn Grain 

Wheat 

Oats 

Barley 

Rye 

Sorghum Grain 

Cotton, Lint 

Cottonseed 

Irish Potatoes 

Sweet potatoes 

Soybeans, For Beans 

peanuts, Harvested for Nuts 

Lespedeza Seed (clean) 

Hay, All 



Thousands 



Bu. 

Bu. 

Bu. 

Bu. 

Bu. 

Bu. 

Bales 

Tons 

Cwt. 

Cwt. 

Bu. 

Lb. 

Lb. 

Tons 



80, 
3, 

6, 
3, 



1, 
2 
17, 
346 
1 



380 
580 
419 
185 
378 
340 
123 
51 
986 
530 
010 
525 
950 
605 



£J 196 
£/ 168 
1,058 
Z'20,040 




33, 161 
1,630 
3,851 
2,038 
98 
702 



60 
328 

51 
347 



526 



A/ 



173 
153 

450 



47,719 
6,712 
2,568 
1,147 
239 
1.638 

48 
1,745 
1,921 
16,747 

337,712 
1,560 
79 



Pol tars 



1. 12 
1.22 
.71 
.90 
1.33 
1.02 
*.230 
49.30 
3.29 
4.82 
2.44 
. 124 
.207 
31.00 



Thousand Dollars 



90,586 
10,468 
4,557 
2,866 
503 
2,387 
14, 126 
2,514 
6,476 
12, 195 
41,504 
42,969 
404 
18,755 



56 



53,445 
8, 189 
1,823 
1,032 
318 
,671 
126 
,366 
,743 
-.259 
40.863 
41.876 
323 
2,449 



1, 
14, 
2. 
5, 
9. 



1969 jj 

Corn, Grain 

Wheat 

Oats 

Barley 

Rye 

Sorghum Grain 

Cotton, Lint 

Cottonseed 

Irish Potatoes 

Sweetpotatoes 

Soybeans, For Beans 

peanuts, Harvested for Nuts 

Lespedeza Seed (clean) 

Hay, All 



Bu. 


89,828 




JJ 


39,524 




50,304 


1.28 


114.980 




64,389 


Bu. 


8,316 


340 


228 


2,578 


A/ 


5,510 


1.23 


10,229 




6,777 


Bu. 


6,681 




J/ 


4,209 




2,472 


.70 


4,677 




1,730 


Bu. 


2,989 




J/ 


2,152 




837 


.92 


2.750 




770 


Bu. 


304 


159 


37 


79 




188 


1.26 


383 




237 


Bu. 


2,744 




JJ 


906 




1,838 


1. 11 


3,046 




2,040 


Bales 


100 












*. 213 


10.597 




10,597 


Tons 


41 




5/2.4 






38 


40.70 


1,669 




1,547 


Cwt. 


2.013 


.£/ 189 


8 


59 


167 


1,779 


2.57 


5,240 




4.571 


Cwt. 


3,780 


jg/ 156 


111 


567 


162 


2,940 


3.91 


14,780 




11,495 


Bu. 


24,258 


1,037 


207 


73 




23,978 


2.35 


57,006 




56,348 


Lb. 


337.840 


-Z/21.250 


7,438 


169 


438 


329,795 


. 128 


43,244 


56 


42.214 


Lb. 


2,550 




740 






1,810 


. 185 


472 




335 


Tons 


600 






534 




66 


33. 00 


19,800 




2. 178 



JJ Preliminary. 2/ Includes an allowance for unredeemed loan and purchase agreement deliveries valued at the average loan rate. JJ Combined with 
Fed to Li restock. 4/ Ground at mi 1 1 for home use or exchanged for flour. _5/ Used for planting crop of succeeding year 6J Includes purchases. 
7/ The di f Terence between total seed and seed used on farms where grown represents purchases and is dup I i ca ted under "sold". 'Price per lb. lint. 



FRUITS AND NUTS: Production, Disposition, Price and Value, 1962-1969 







Farm Disposition 


Average 


VALUE 






Farm Disposition 


Average 


VALUE 


YEAR 


Produc- 
tion 


Home 
Use 


Sold 


Price 

per 
Unit JJ 


Produc- 
tion 


Home 
Use 


Sales 


YEAR 


Produc- 
t ion 


Home 
Use 


Sold 


Price 
Per 
Unit 2/ 


Produc- 
tion 


Home 
Use 


Sales 




Mil . 

ubs . 


Mi 1. 

Lbs. 


Mi 1. 
Lbs. 


Cen ts 


Thous . 
Dot s. 


Thous . 
Dots. 


Thous . 
Dots. 




Thous. 
Lbs. 


Thous . 
Lbs. 


Thous . 
Lbs. 


Do 1 lars 


Thous . 
Do Is. 


Thous . 
Do Is. 


Thous . 
Dots. 








COMMERCIAL APPLES - 


Pounds 












PECANS - Pounds 






1962 


124.9 


5.6 


119.3 


4.43 


5,535 


250 


5,285 


1962 


1,900 


500 


1, 400 


.318 


601 


156 


445 


1963 


120.4 


4.3 


116.1 


4.75 


5.719 


204 


5,515 


1963 


4,400 


800 


3,600 


. 192 


840 


149 


691 


1964 


97.5 


3.2 


93. 1 


4.41 


4,247 


141 


4, 106 


1964 


1, 900 


450 


1, 450 


. 245 


460 


105 


355 


1965 


194.8 


2.8 


174.5 


3. 12 


5,532. 


88 


5,444 


1965 


3, 500 


500 


3,000 


. 198 


693 


99 


594 


1966 


116.0 


2.8 


104.0 


4.09 


4,368 


114 


4,254 


1966 


700 


175 


525 


. 272 


190 


47 


143 


1967 


172.8 


3. 1 


163.0 


4. 11 


6,827 


128 


6,699 


1967 


1,900 


400 


1, 500 


. 339 


641 


132 


509 


1968 


169.8 


3.0 


166.8 


5.03 


8,541 


151 


8,390 


1968 


800 


200 


600 


. 382 


306 


77 


229 


1969!/ 


204.0 


4.0 


200.0 


4.09 


8,344 


164 


8.180 


1969!/ 


2,600 


400 


2, 200 


. 305 


795 


125 


670 








PEACHES - Pounds 












GRAPES - Tons 
























Tons 


Tons 


Tons 










1962 


69.7 


3.0 


66.7 


4. 14 


2,886 


125 


2,761 


1962 


950 


360 


590 


185 


176 


67 


109 


1963 


74.7 


2.7 


72.0 


5.04 


3,765 


136 


3,629 


1963 


1,000 


300 


700 


156 


156 


47 


109 


1964 


12.5 


.2 


12.3 


9. 16 


1, 145 


18 


1,127 


1964 


1, 500 


385 


1, 115 


183 


274 


70 


204 


1965 


74.8 


1.8 


59.0 


4. 15 


J/2. 525 


74 


2,451 


1965 


1,800 


420 


1, 380 


133 


239 


55 


184 


1966 


77.3 


1.6 


75.7 


7.23 


5,589 


116 


5,473 


1966 


1,600 


300 


1, 300 


174 


278 


52 


226 


1967 


40.0 


.9 


39. 1 


8.99 


3,596 


81 


3,515 


1967 


1,600 


300 


1,300 


180 


288 


54 


234 


1968 


77.8 


1.5 


76.3 


6.58 


5, 119 


98 


5,021 


1968 


2,000 


280 


1, 720 


186 


372 


52 


320 


1969!-/ 


56.0 


1.2 


54.8 


6. 74 


3,774 


80 


3,694 


1969!/ 


2, 200 


400 


1, 800 


231 


508 


92 


416 



JJ Prel iminary. 2/ Fresh fruit prices are returns at point of first sale. J/ Production includes 14.0 million lbs. in 1965 unharves ted for 
economic reasons and excluded in computing value. 



GRAINS: Stocks On Farms, Off Farms, and In All Positions, Quarterly, 1966-1970 



YEAR 




STOCKS ON 


FARMS 




STOCKS IN OFF-FARM POSITIONS 


TOTAL STOCKS ALL POSITIONS 


Jan. 1 


April 1 


July l 


Oct. 1 


jan . 1 


April 1 


July 1 


Oct . 1 


Jan. 1 


April 1 


July 1 


Oct . 1 






Thousand Bushels 






Thousand Bushels 






Thousand Bushels 
















CORN 














1966 


36,848 


27, 636 


12, 897 


2, 764 


9, 494 


6, 356 


3, 689 


459 


46, 342 


33,992 


16,586 


3, 223 


1967 


25,948 


15,086 


6, 034 


2, 112 


9, 009 


6, 500 


3,095 




34, 957 


21, 586 


9, 129 


2, 434 


1968 


45, 131 


36 735 


16 793 


4, 723 


13 814 


10, 592 


6, 456 


2 576 


53, 945 


47, 327 


23, 249 


7, 299 


1969 


38,822 


05' 882 


8 , 088 


3, 235 


10, 713 


7, 635 


3,006 


500 


49, 535 


33 i 517 


ll! 094 


3, 735 


1970// 


44 425 


25' 26T 


1 1 i 324 


3 484 


8,811 


6,916 


3, 416 


902 


53, 236 


32] 177 


14^ 740 


4, 386 














WHEAT 












1966 


1, 183 


345 


173 


2, 079 


1 , 701 


1, 294 


490 


2,465 


2 , 884 


1, 639 


663 


4, 544 


1967 


1, 287 


248 


74 


2, 667 


1 , 597 


1, 391 


422 


2 , 807 


2, 884 


1, 639 


496 


5, 474 


1968 


1 , 630 


889 


185 


3, 518 


2 494 


1, 907 


937 


4 035 


4, 124 


2, 796 


1 , 122 


7, 553 


1969 


2, 145 


1 , ^0 1 


topi 


2, 661 


2, 609 


2,052 


1.052 


2, 599 


4, 754 


3 339 


1 ', 352 


5, 260 




1 996 






2 532 


1, 818 


1, 604 


549 


3, 039 


3, 814 


2' 436 


' 798 


5, 571 














OATS 














1966 


2,079 


1, 307 


356 


3, 995 


459 


314 


66 


947 


2, 5bo 


1, 621 


422 


4, 942 


1967 


2,873 


1, 472 


420 


3,201 


466 


393 


164 


679 


3, 339 


1, 865 


584 


3, 880 


1968 


2, 352 


1 , DU« 




3, 787 


404 


297 


220 


1 241 


2 756 


1 799 


610 


5 028 


1969 


2, 439 


1 f^/i i 
i , 01 1 


~, 7 Q 


3, 366 


524 


375 


171 


l! Ill 


2! 963 


1916 


749 


4, 477 






1 /I HQ 


no 


T £ 1 1 
0,011 


516 


417 


100 


906 


3, 148 


1 ' 825 


528 


4, 517 














BARLEY 












1966 


934 


527 


168 


1,615 


80 


93 


12 


230 


1.014 


620 


180 


1, 845 


1967 


837 


448 


105 


1, 441 


55 


29 


16 


191 


892 


477 


121 


1 , 632 


1968 


859 


•^y y 


oy 


1,911 


89 


90 


41 


553 


948 


589 


110 


2 464 


1969 


1, 274 


i JO 


907 


1, 485 


272 


202 


76 


401 


1, 546 


935 


283 


l!886 


i y / ill' 


I , 1 uu 




83 


I , Dot) 


195 


136 




312 


1, 295 


549 


110 


1,950 














RYE 














1966 


74 


32 


21 


259 


9 


5 


1 


4 1 


83 


37 


22 


JUU 


1967 


44 


40 


16 


169 


10 


3 




56 


54 


43 


16 


225 


1968 


40 


25 


16 


268 




20 


1 


174 


65 


45 


17 


442 


1969 


94 


42 


21 


158 


"l 


3 




21 


98 


45 


21 


179 


i Q7n/ 7 


A7 
D ( 


ou 


12 




89 




3 


42 


156 


32 


15 


197 














SORGHUM 


GRAIN 












lyob 


i , uoy 


498 


138 


CI 

y j 


168 


220 


64 


8 


1 , 257 


718 


202 


100 


1967 


634 


432 


79 


36 


318 


299 


111 




952 


731 


190 




1968 


1,311 


805 


230 


46 


342 


303 


132 


8 


1 , 653 


1, 108 


362 


54 


1969 


1,053 


398 


152 


47 


203 


179 


48 


4 


1 , 256 


577 


200 


51 


1970// 


1, 372 


439 


110 


41 


201 


172 


35 


32 


1, 573 


611 


145 


73 














SOYBEANS 














Jan. l 


April 1 


July 1 


Sep. 1 


Jan. 1 


April 1 


July 1 


Sep. 1 


Jan. 1 


April 1 


July 1 


Sep.l 


1966 


3, 686 


2, 328 


679 


73 


5, 804 


3, 585 


1, 597 




9, 490 


5, 913 


2, 276 




1967 


7,846 


4, 384 


577 


115 


5, 464 


3. 760 


1, 663 


563 


13, 310 


8, 144 


2, 240 


678 


1968 


7,936 


4, 105 


1, 368 


274 


6, 434 


3, 882 


1, 943 


697 


14, 370 


7,987 


3,311 


971 


1969 


4, 593 


2,381 


595 


85 


4, 087 


2, 309 






8, 680 


4, 690 




* 


1970^/ 


5, 863 


1. 642 


352 


141 


6, 685 


4, 355 






12, 548 


5, 997 







JJ Preliminary. * Included in unallocated to avoid disclosing individual operations. 



CAPACITY OF COMMERCIAL GRAIN STORAGE FACILITIES, JANUARY 1, 1971 




12 



CORN FOR GRAIN: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968-1969 



DISTRICTS 

AND 
COUNTIES 



District l 

Alleghany ■ 

Ashe 

Avery 

Caldwell 

Surry 

Watauga 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

NORTHERN MOU NTAIN (N.W. ). 
District 4 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Graham 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Jackson 

McDowell 

Macon 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Rutherford 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Yancey 

WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 

District 2 

Alamance 

Caswell 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Granville 

Guilford 

Orange 

Person 

Rockingham 

Stokes 

Vance 

Warren 

NORTHERN PIE DMONT (N. ). . . 
District 5 

Alexander 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Davidson 

Davie 

Iredell 

Lee 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Wake 

CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 

District 8 

Anson 

Cabarrus 

Cleveland 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Richmond 

Stanly 

Union 

SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S, ). . . 
District 3 

Bertie 

Camden 

Chowan 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edgecombe 

Gates 

Halifax 

Hertford 

Martin 

Nash 

Northampton 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Tyrrell 

Washington 

NORTHERN COASTAL (N, E. ) ■ ■ 
District 6 

Beaufort 

Carteret 

Craven 

Greene 

Hyde 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lenoir 

Pamlico 

Pitt 

Wayne 

Wilson 

CENTRAL COASTAL (&.) 

District 9 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Duplin 

Harnett 

Hoke 

New Hanover 

Onslow 

Pender 

Robeson 

Sampson 

Scot land 

SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.),. 

STATE TOTAL 



ACRES HARVESTED 



1968 



1969 



Acres 



180 
630 
80 
2,000 
9,500 
560 
7,350 
12, 300 
32,600 



2 50 
530 
70 
2,500 
9, 100 
350 
7,000 
15,000 
34 800 



YIELD PER ACRE 



1968 



1969 



Bushe / s 



60.0 
60.0 
65.0 
55.0 
65.0 
55.0 
60.0 
65.0 
63.0 



76.0 
70. 
62.0 
50.0 
72. 
75.0 
63.0 
69.0 
"TmTTT 



PRODUCTION 



1968 



1969 



Bushe Is 



10 

37 
5 

110 
617 
30 
441 
800 
2,053 



800 
800 
200 
000 
500 
800 
000 
000 
TOO" 



19,000 
37, 100 
4, 350 
125,000 
655,000 
26,250 
441,000 
1.035.000 
2,342,700" 



TOTAL VALUE 



1968 



1969 



Do I lars 



14, 600 
51,050 
7.280 
148,500 
772,000 
43, 100 
573,000 
960.000 



2,569,530" 



72 



2,050 
3,900 
2,850 
1,350 
330 
740 
3,750 
640 
750 
150 
650 
450 
400 
500 
580 
2 30 
960 



2,950 
3,450 
2, 200 
1,000 
170 
650 
2, 100 
580 
2.300 
1,000 
2.000 
440 
730 
4, 100 
480 
930 
1,070 
26, 150 



60.0 
55.0 
65.0 
60.0 
55.0 
65.0 
60.0 
55.0 
60.0 
60.0 
55.0 
65.0 
50.0 
55.0 
60.0 
55.0 
60. 
58.0 



70.0 
55.0 
65.0 
70.0 
62.0 
65.0 
85.0 
65.0 
62.0 
61.0 
52.0 
60.0 
50.0 
51.0 
55.0 
65.0 
65.0 
"6TT7" 



123 

214 

185 
81 
18 
48 

225 
35 

165 
69 

145 
29 
70 

302 
34 
08 

57 

1.872 



000 
500 
200 
000 
150 
100 
000 
200 
000 
000 
700 
250 
000 
500 
800 
800 
600 



800 



206 

190 

143 
70 
10 
42 

178 
37 

142 
61 

104 
26 
36 

209 
26 
60 

_ 69 

1, 614 



500 
000 
000 
000 
550 
250 
500 
700 
500 
000 
000 
400 
500 
000 
400 
400 
600 
300" 



172 
268 
259 
117 
26 
67 
304 
i r t 
223 
100 
204 
41 
91 
393 
50 
96 

80 



_2Jhi 



000 
000 
000 
500 
300 
300 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
300 
GOO 



0.10" 



93 



650 
550 
850 
150 
600 
200 
200 
700 
950 
150 
500 
650 
950 



100 



900 
200 
850 
500 
300 
400 
250 
050 
750 
500 
500 
200 
50_ 



650 



50.0 
50.0 
45.0 
55. 
50.0 
40.0 
50.0 
45.0 
45.0 
45.0 
55.0 
50.0 
45.0 



47.6 



59.0 
48.0 
63. 
48.0 
45.0 
54.0 
60.0 
65.0 
54.0 
60.0 
42.0 
53.0 
50. 



432 
277 
173 
283 
530 
448 
410 
346 
493 
277 
357 
182 
222 



53.8 



4.433 



500 
500 
200 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
500 
500 
700 



400 



466 
250 
179 
204 
418 
562 
435 
458 
45 2 
530 
231 
169 
.212. 



4. 448 



000 
000 
500 
000 
500 
000 
000 
POO 
500 
000 
000 
500 
J500_ 



5J5LL 



519 
333 
199 
339 
610 
538 
49 2 
416 
592 
546 
447 
210 
256 



000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



5.297 



500 



"86 



900 
700 
100 
000 
200 
900 
150 
800 
050 
700 



500" 



"8T 



100 
600 
100 
800 
850 
500 
200 
250 
600 
250 



2"50" 



50.0 
50.0 
50.0 
50.0 
50.0 
45. 
50.0 
50.0 
55. 
55. 



"5079" 



43.0 
53.0 
59.0 
60.0 
40.0 
45.0 
60.0 
58.0 
40.0 
61.0 



745TT 



145 
435 
505 
400 
260 
355 
207 
840 
498 
754 



4 , 400 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
500 
000 
000 
000 



000" 



133 
403 
596 
468 
194 
337 
252 
942 
244 
930 



4,600 



500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 



055 iT 



174 
544 
631 
480 
312 
426 
249 
1,008 
622 
905 



5,351 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 



500" 



63 



200 
50 

600 
250 
050 
700 
000 
850 
850 
800 
450 



700" 



60 



850 
100 
650 
100 
750 
550 
250 
91)0 
400 
3 50 
900 



8U0" 



45.0 
40.0 
40. 
50. 
50.0 
40.0 
45.0 
40.0 
40.0 
55.0 
55. 
T7T6" 



42.0 
40.0 
36.0 
35.0 
36.0 
32.0 
42. 
40.0 
48.0 
60.0 
66.0 
T8T7" 



189 
278 
184 
162 
302 
108 
180 
234 
114 
374 
905 
3,031 



000 
000 
000 
500 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 

ooo" 



161 
284 
131 
108 
171 
81 
178 
236 
115 
381 
1. 115 
2,963 



500 
000 
500 
500 
000 
600 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
600" 



236 
347 
230 
203 
378 
129 
216 
281 
142 
467 
1. 131 
3,762 



000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 
500 
500 
000 
000" 



273 



700 
950 
900 
350 
50 
800 
250 
000 
050 
650 
250 
350 
950 
250 
950 
750 



200" 



"273 



300 
400 
050 
100 
50 
650 
000 
300 
750 
500 
300 
200 
400 
200 
200 
400 



8"O0~ 



80.0 
75.0 
65. 
75. 
70.0 
65.0 
80.0 
65.0 
85.0 
80.0 
60.0 
75.0 
75.0 
80. 
70.0 
70. 



72. 9 



86.0 
83.0 
76.0 
95.0 
68.0 
68.0 
80.0 
75.0 
80.0 
83.0 
63.0 
76.0 
78.0 
78.0 
83. 
85.0 



"7778" 



2, 216 
1,046 
578 
1,001 

3 

2,522 
1,300 
1,495 
1, 194 
1,892 
1,395 
1,376 
1, 196 
1, 380 
276 
1J332 



19 903 



000 
000 
500 
000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 



500" 



2, 520 
1,029 
688 
1, 150 

3 

2,764 
1, 280 
1,898 
1, 100 
1,950 
1,405 
1,535 
1,045 
1, 186 
348 
K394 



XS3 



000 
000 
000 
000 
400 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
000 



500" 



2, 327 
1,046 
607 
1,051 
3 

2,774 
1,365 
1,644 
1, 254 
2,031 
1,534 
1,514 
1, 256 
1,449 
290 
1, 135 



21 330 



000 
000 
000 
000 
670 
000 
000 

ooa 

000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



6~70~ 



412 



900 
800 
450 
150 
300 
200 
000 
400 
000 
600 
800 
800 



400 



39: 



100 
800 
300 
350 
750 
600 
750 
700 
900 
000 
800 
100 



150 



75.0 
60.0 
60.0 
65.0 
70.0 
50.0 
55.0 
65.0 
60.0 
75.0 
60.0 
69.0 



80.0 
70.0 
75.0 
68.0 
75.0 
70.0 
79.0 
72.0 
72.0 
77.0 
75.0 
72.0 



64. 2 



73.7 



2,018 
108 
987 
3,000 
1, 281 
2,760 
990 
2,886 
420 
4,770 
4,369 
4 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



,008 
126 
922 
,812 
1, 331 



26,473,000 



102 
718 
930 
425 
543 
310 
671 



000 
CO 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



28,898 



000 



2, 119 
113 

1.036 

3, 300 
1,345 
3, 174 
1,089 
3. 175 

462 
5,246 
4,806 
3. 172 



000 
500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



29,037,500 



354 



900 
700 
300 
050 
600 
350 
600 
150 
800 
000 
000 
500 
250 



200 



325 



500 
700 
300 
550 
300 
100 
850 
000 
550 
550 
400 
800 
800 



400 



60.0 
50.0 
60.0 
40.0 
60.0 
50.0 
40.0 
45.0 
55.0 
45.0 
45.0 
60.0 
45.0 



52.8 



65.0 
65.0 
70.0 
59.0 
65.0 
62.0 
52.0 
50.0 
72.0 
63.0 
60.0 
71.0 
50.0 



64.4 



1,553,000 
485,000 

2, 178,000 
722,000 

3, 396,000 
968,000 
344, 000 
51,700 
814, 000 
675,000 

3,915, 000 

3, 330,000 
281. 500 
18,713 200" 



1,528 
566 
2, 191 
1,094 
3,334 
1, 184 
356 
50 
976 
854 
4,944 
3,678 
190 



"27J7545 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



000" 



1,708,000 
534,000 
2, 396,000 
830,000 
3,736,000 
1, 113,000 
395,500 
54, 300 
895.000 
742,000 
4, 306,000 
3,663,000 
323.500 



20,696,300 



1,348,000 



1. 281.000 



60.0 



68.00 



80,880,000 



87, 108,000 



90, 586,000 



CORN FOR SILAGE: Acres, Yield, And Production, By Counties, 1968-1969 



D1STRIL lb 
AND 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


PP.1 1MTTI?C 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


Hi ct ri 1 


Acres 




Tor 


is 






Tons 




A 1 Ion lio n \r 


1,800 


1.630 


19 


00 


18 


00 


34, 200 






29, 350 




1,230 


1, 150 


18 


00 


18 


00 


22, 150 






20, 700 


Ave " 


80 


40 


15 


00 


19 


00 


1, 200 






760 


Ca ldwei i 


300 


230 


16 


00 


15 


00 


4, 800 






3, 450 




2,200 


2, 150 


15 


00 


17 


00 


33, 000 






36, 550 


Wfl t nil pa 


570 


560 


16 


00 


17 


00 


9, 120 






9, 520 


Wi Ikes 


1, 170 


1,250 


15 


00 


15 


00 


17, 550 






18,750 


Vt fill i n 


J-jgS 


3.100 


15 


00 


17 


00 


46. 500 






52 700 


NflRTHFRN MOUNT A TN W ^ 


KJ.450 


10, 110 


16 


10 


17 


00 


168, 520 


171,780 


1 1 i ^ r r i r t i 
Ul all 1H -f 
























6, 200 


9,500 


15 


00 


17 


00 


93, 000 






161,500 


Burke 


780 


810 


12 


00 


12 


00 


9,360 






9, 720 


Phprnkpp 


190 


20 


14 


00 


15 


00 


2, 660 






300 


Clay 


1, 000 


800 


14 


00 


16 


00 


14, 000 






12,800 


Graham 


90 


100 


14 


00 


15 


00 


1.260 






1, 500 


Haywood 


3, 150 


2, 850 


18 


00 


19 


00 


56, 700 






54, 200 


Henderson 


6,000 


4, 100 


18 


00 


17 


00 


108, 000 






69, 700 


jackson 


180 


130 


16 


00 


18 


00 


2, 880 






2,340 


!Wi"> rtnuj p 1 1 


560 


600 


15 


00 


19 


00 


8,400 






11,400 


Ma pnn 


1,250 


1,250 


18 


00 


20. 00 


22, 500 






25,000 


Ma H i cnn 


1,900 


1, 880 


14 


00 


17 


00 


26. 600 






31,950 


Mi t rho 1 1 


270 


260 


18 


00 


19 


00 


4. 860 






4, 950 


Po lk 


630 


340 


14 


00 


15 


00 


8. 820 






5, 100 


Dni" Vi o t* f r~i v H 


960 


560 


12 


00 


1 2 


00 


11, 500 






6, 720 




30 


80 


16 


00 


17 


00 


480 






1,360 


Tr o ncv 1 i;q ni q 


340 


290 


17 


00 


18 


00 


5, 780 






5,220 




1,240 


700 


16 


00 


19 


00 


19. 850 






13.300 


ttilo 1 ELK IN mUUli 1 tt 1 li 


24, 77U 


24, 270 


16 


00 


17 


20 


396, 650 


417, 060 


in ^tnrt 9 






















A 1 a ma npp 


3,750 


4.250 


15 


00 


14 


00 


56,300 






59. 500 


Pq CUIp 1 1 


1,650 


1,300 


13 


00 


14 


00 


21,450 






18, 200 




620 


660 


12 


00 


13 


00 


7, 440 






8, 580 


Forsyth 


1,500 


1,350 


1 5 


00 


15 


00 


22, 500 






20, 250 


P^atib 1 in 


210 


380 


11 


00 


14 


00 


2,310 






5, 320 


(*^t*p n v l 1 1 p 


2, 630 


2, 200 


13 


00 


13 


00 


34, 200 






28, 600 


fin i 1 ford 


3,550 


3, 550 


13 


00 


15 


00 


46, 150 






53, 250 


Or zinc e 


3, 500 


4, 050 


14 


00 


13 


00 


49. 000 






52, 600 


Pp t" cn n 


520 


510 


12 


00 


13 


00 


6,240 






6, 630 


Rnclii ncham 


2, 800 


2, 650 


14 


00 


15 


00 


39, 200 






39,750 


Kt nkp<; 


500 


430 


14 


00 


1 5 


00 


7,000 






6,450 


Va nc e 


270 


300 


12 


00 


13 


00 


3,240 






3, 900 


U/o rron 


750 


^ 9 §P, 


12 


00 


13 


00 


9.000 






12.350 


PiUK 1 nriir\.,N rirjUiviuixi (,ii. )• • • 


22,250 


22, 580 


13 


70 


14 


00 


304, 030 


315, 380 


rn it n ft w 

j o 1 ILL , i 






















Alexander . . 


1,650 


1 , 650 


13 


00 


1 2 


00 


21,450 






19,800 


Po t o u/ha 


2,710 


2, 730 


12 


00 


1 2 


00 


32, 500 






32, 750 


Pho thorn 


2, 120 


2,350 


12 


00 


1 2 


00 


25,450 






28, 200 


Da ui H^nn 


1, 760 


2,000 


12 


00 


12 


00 


21. 100 






24, 000 




4,800 


4,400 


11 


00 


14 


00 


52, 800 






61, 600 


TrpHpl 1 


8,600 


9,300 


1 2 


00 


13 


00 


103, 000 






121,000 




120 


180 


10 


00 


1 2 


00 


1, 200 






2, 160 


Ra ndp 1 nh 


5,850 


5,350 


13 


00 


13 


00 


76. 000 






69, 600 


Pnu/Q n 


5, 720 


6, 350 


12 


00 


11 


00 


68, 600 






69, 800 


Wa 1/P 


3.850 


3. 200 


14 


00 


13 


00 


53, 900 






41,600 


LbNIRAL rlhDMUNI (L. ) . . . . 


37,180 


37, 510 


12 


30 


1 2 


50 


456, 000 


470,510 


Mi ct ri p t D 

LIlbLIlCL O 
























890 


1, 100 


12 


00 


13 


00 


10, 700 






14,300 


Cabarrus 


2,850 


3,000 


1 J 


00 


1 2 


00 


31,350 






36, 000 




3.800 


5,400 


1 1 


00 


11 


00 


41 , 800 






59, 400 




3.550 


4,000 


12 


00 


11 


00 


42, 600 






44, 000 




1, 170 


2, 100 


1 2 


00 


10 


00 


14, 050 






21,000 




2,330 


2, 230 


12 


00 


12 


00 


27, 950 






26, 750 




760 


610 


10 


00 


1 2 


00 


7, 600 






7, 320 




190 


230 


10 


00 


13 


00 


1, 900 






3, 000 


Ri c hmond 


90 


80 


11 


00 


13 


00 


990 






1,040 


St a n 1 v 


2, 430 


2, 000 


15 


00 


14 


00 


36, 450 






28,000 




2,640 


3, 000 


13 


00 


14 


00 


34,300 






42, 000 


^O-ITTHFRN PTFnMONT f*S "1 
ouuinnjrui r HjUivium i v^* )• • • 


20, 700 


23, 750 


12 


10 


11 


90 


249,690 


282, 81U 


111 Qtn ft 'J 
L'loLI ILL o 
























50 


230 


15 


00 


15 


00 


750 






3,450 


Po mr} p ri 


40 


100 


15 


00 


15 


00 


600 






1, 500 


Phnu/p n 


10 


20 


15 


00 


15 


00 


150 






300 


r*i irri tnfU 


- 


- 








- 












- 


- 








- 












1,650 


1. 150 


15 


: 1 1 


15 


00 


24,750 






17,250 


Gates 


70 


60 


14 


00 


15 


00 


980 






900 




1,070 


1,350 


13 


00 


14 


00 


13, 900 






18, 900 


Uflrt f n rH 


20 


10 


13 


00 


13 


00 


260 






130 




160 


300 


13 


00 


15 


00 


2. 080 






4,500 




840 


700 


1 1 


00 


1 A 
1 4 


00 


9.240 






9, 800 




530 


690 


13 


00 


15 


00 


6, 890 






10. 350 


Po c/inr^tonLr 


60 


100 


16 


00 


1 D 


uu 


960 






1.500 




20 


80 


16 


00 


16 


00 


320 






1,280 


TNr Y" v o 1 1 


60 


300 


14 


00 


15 


00 


840 






4, 500 




20 


180 




00 


17 


00 


300 






3. 060 


MADTLItTD M PA ACTA! / M P 1 \ 


4,600 


5,270 


13 


50 


14 


70 


62, 020 


77, 420 


Ulo Li ILL O 
























590 


640 


15 


00 


16 


00 


8,850 






10,250 




10 


30 


12 


00 


15 


00 


120 






450 


Craven 


460 


520 


10 


00 


12 


00 


4, 600 






6,240 




100 


120 


14 


00 


16 


00 


1,400 






1,920 


HvHp 


550 


530 


14 


00 


1 5 


00 


7, 700 






7,950 




380 


490 


12 


00 


15 


00 


4, 560 






7,350 




90 


50 


12 


00 


15 


00 


1,080 






750 




1, 150 


1, 200 


11 


00 


1 5 


00 


12,650 






18,000 


Po ml l iiA 


270 


380 


13 


00 


15 


00 


3, 510 






5, 700 


Pitt 


550 


1, 100 


10 


00 


1 2 


00 


5. 500 






13, 200 




1,000 


1,350 


13 


00 


15 


00 


13, 000 






20, 250 




352 


280 


1 1 


00 


13 


00 


3.850 






3.640 


PCMTD A T PA A CT A f / C 1 \ 


o , ouu 


o , oyu 


12 


10 


14 


30 


66. 820 


95, 700 


uistriCT, y 




















30,000 




1 , 200 


i (inn 
J , uuu 


13 


00 


15 


00 


15, 600 








500 


320 


13 


00 


13 


00 


6, 500 






4, 160 




440 


570 


12 


00 


12 


00 


5, 280 






6,840 


Cumberland 


2,060 


1,960 


13 


00 


12 


00 


26, 800 






23, 500 


Duplin 


370 


410 


14 


00 


16 


00 


5, 180 






6, 560 




570 


440 


10 


00 


13 


00 


5, 700 






5, 720 


Hoke 


500 


250 


9 


00 


9 


00 


4, 500 






2,250 




340 


300 


13 


00 


13 


00 


4,420 






3, 900 


Onslow 


530 


300 


13 


00 


15 


00 


6,890 






4,500 


Pender 


310 


500 


12 


00 


14 


00 


3, 720 






7,000 




910 


720 


13 


00 


13 


00 


11, 850 






9,360 




1,630 


1,500 


12 


00 


13 


00 


19, 550 






19, 500 




190 


550 


12 


00 


11 


00 


2, 280 






6. 050 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.)-. 


9,550 


9,820 


12 


40 


13 


20 


118, 270 


129, 340 


STATE TOTAL 


135,000 


140, 000 


13 


50 


14 


00 


1.822.000 


1, 960, 000 



SOYBEANS FOR BEANS: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968-1969 



DISTRICTS 
AND 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL VALUE 


COUNTIES 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Acres 


Bushe Is 


Bushe Is 


Do 1 lars 


District 1 




















_ 






- 




_ 


_ 






5 


- 


15.0 


- 


75 


_ 


180 


_ 






- 




- 




- 






Ca Idw© 1 1 


760 


750 


17.0 


22. 


12,900 


16, 500 


30.950 


38 , 800 


Surry 


2, 530 


1, 320 


14.0 


23. 


35, 400 


30, 350 


86,700 


71, 300 


Ws.t3.uga. 


5 




15. 




75 




180 


Wilkes 


1, 610 


920 


14.0 


23,0 


22, 550 


21, 150 


53,000 


48, 700 




14, 350 


8, 660 


12.0 


21. 


172, 000 


182,000 


413, 000 


418, 500 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N W 1 


19. 260 


11,650 


12. 6 


21. 5 


243,000 


250,000 


584|010 


577, 300 


District 4 


















Bunc ombe 


10 


5 


15. 


20. 


150 


100 


350 


235 




1 780 


970 


15 


20 


26 700 


19 400 


62 700 


44 600 


Cherokee 


' 130 


5 


15! 


20! 


1^950 


' 100 


5! 500 


' 235 


f T V 


















fir a ham 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Ud vuj t~\t~\A 


5 


_ 


15. 


_ 


75 


_ 


170 


_ 


HpnHprQnn 


40 


80 


14! 


19. 


560 


1, 520 


1, 350 


3, 570 




















McDowe 1 1 


200 


150 


13. 


24. 


2 600 


3, 600 


6 100 


8, 460 


Ma f f\r\ 


10 




14. 




140 




' 320 




MciH i c An 




_ 








_ 




_ 


M i r r ho 1 1 


5 




15. 


- 


75 




180 


_ 


Polk 


440 


340 


15. 


24. 


6 600 


8 160 


15 850 


19 200 


Rut hpr f nrri 


2, 060 


1, 500 


13. 


19. 


26,800 


28, 500 


63, 000 


67! 000 




















Tran^vlvfini a 


10 


- 


15.0 


- 


150 


- 


350 




Yancey 




- 




- 




- 




_ 


WFSTFRN MOUNTAIN (W > 


4, 690 


3, 050 


14. 


20. 1 


65.800 


61, 380 


154.870 


143. 300 


District ° 


















A lamanc e 


4, 170 


3, 250 


12.0 


29.0 


50,000 


94, 300 


125,000 


226, 500 


Caswe 11 


1,030 


790 


11.0 


22.0 


11,350 


17,400 


28, 400 


40,900 


Durham 


210 


1,000 


12.0 


30.0 


2, 500 


30,000 


6, 250 


72,000 


porsy t h 


3,060 


1, 300 


11.0 


24.0 


33,650 


31, 200 


80,800 


71, 800 


Franklin 


13, 650 


14, 000 


11.0 


25.0 


150, 000 


350,000 


360,000 


823,000 


Granv i 1 le 


2, 950 


2,700 


10.0 


23.0 


29,500 


62, 100 


72, 300 


146,000 


Qui If ord 


7, 450 


6, 700 


10. 


23.0 


74,500 


154,000 


182, 500 


369, 500 


Orange . , 


1,830 


1, 500 


12.0 


26.0 


21, 950 


39,000 


54,900 


93, 600 


person 


310 


160 


11.0 


27.0 


3, 400 


4, 320 


8,320 


10, 350 


Rock ingham . 


3, 150 


2, 600 


12.0 


19.0 


37,800 


49, 400 


92,600 


113, 500 


St okes 


580 


370 


10.0 


15. 


5,800 


5,550 


14, 200 


12,750 


V3nce 


3, 960 


4, 300 


9.0 


24. 


35. 650 


103, 000 


85, 600 


237,000 


Warren 


7, 650 


7.050 


11.0 


19.0 


84, 200 


134,000 


206, 500 


315,000 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) ■ 


50, 000 


45, 720 


10. 8 


23. 5 


540, 300 


1, 074, 270 


1, 317, 370 


2, 531, 900 


D is t net 5 


















A lexander 


2, 440 


1, 740 


11.0 


22. 


26, 850 


38, 300 


64, 400 


90,000 


Catawba 


7, 260 


6 350 


13.0 


24. 


94, 400 


152, 500 


220 000 


351 000 


chn t ham 


3, 150 


1, 900 


12. 


25. 


37, 800 


47, 500 


90, 700 


114, 000 


D3v idson 


2, 400 


2, 150 


15. 


24. 


36,000 


51, 600 


86, 400 


118, 500 


Dav ie 


1, 550 


1, 140 


12. 


24. 


18, 600 


27, 350 


44, 650 


64, 300 


I rede 1 1 


6, 150 


4, 650 


13. 


24. 


79, 900 


111, 500 


192, 000 


262, 000 


Lee 


4,060 


4, 450 


9.0 


24. 


36, 550 


107,000 


89, 500 


257,000 


Rando lph 


4, 390 


4, 000 


15.0 


26. 


65, 800 


104, 000 


161,000 


244, 500 


Rowan 


5, 150 


4, 400 


13.0 


27.0 


66,900 


119,000 


160, 500 


273, 500 


Wake 


20 700 


16, 850 


12.0 


27. 


248, 500 


455,000 


609,000 


1,092,000 


CFNTRAI, PTFDMONT (C 1 


57, 250 


47.630 


12.4 


25. 5 


711, 300 


1, 213, 750 


1, 718, 150 


2,866,800 


District 8 


















Anson 


11, 550 


9, 200 


10.0 


23. 


115, 500 


211, 500 


277,000 


486, 500 


C3barrus 


3,990 


3, 300 


10.0 


25. 


39,900 


82, 500 


95,800 


194,000 


Cleveland 


8, 780 


7,300 


13.0 


20. 


114, 000 


146,000 


273, 500 


343,000 


Gast on 


1, 580 


1, 300 


14.0 


21. 


22, 100 


27, 300 


51,900 


65, 500 


Lincoln 


8,080 


7,900 


12.0 


25.0 


97,000 


197, 500 


233,000 


454, 500 


Meek le-nburg . . 


1, 940 


1,950 


14.0 


26. 


27, 200 


50, 700 


65, 300 


119,000 


Montgomery. . 


1, 180 


1,050 


11. 


20. 


13,000 


21, 000 


31, 850 


48, 300 


Moore . . 


5.090 


3,000 


9.0 


20. 


45,800 


60,000 


112,000 


138,000 


Richmond 


2, 400 


2, 550 


10.0 


23. 


24,000 


58, 600 


58, 800 


135,000 


Stan ly 


8, 360 


6, 350 


10. 


25. 


83, 600 


159,000 


200, 500 


365, 500 


Un ion 


39.850 


33. 250 


12.0 


26. 


478.000 


865.000 


1, 147.000 


2,033,000 


SOIITHFRN PTFDMONT fS 1 


92, 800 


77, 150 


11.4 


24. 4 


1,060, 100 


1, 879, 100 


2, 546, 650 


4, 382, 300 


District 'S 


















Bert ie 


12, 100 


1 1 , 300 


20.0 


27. 


242,000 


305,000 


593,000 


718,000 


C3mden 


19, 100 


19, 700 


26. 


27. 


496, 500 


532,000 


1,216,000 


1, 277,000 


Chowan 


11 450 


10, 950 


25. 


27. 


286, 000 


295 500 


715 000 


709, 000 


Curr i tuck 


17! 700 


20 , 000 


24. 


30, 


424, 500 


600, 000 


1, 040, 000 


1, 440, 000 


Dare 


50 


50 


20. 


25. 


1, 000 


1, 250 


2, 450 


3,000 


Ed g e c o mb e 


15 650 


14 450 


20. 


28. 


313 000 


404, 500 


767,000 


951, 000 


Gates 


8' 670 


8' 700 


23. 


29. 


199 000 


252 500 


497, 500 


606, 000 


H3l i f 3X 


15, 700 


16, 700 


15. 


27. 


235, 500 


451,000 


565,000 


1,060,000 


Hprf f nrH 


5,980 


6, 850 


22. 


25. 


131, 500 


171, 500 


322,000 


403,000 


M3rt in 


15, 500 


14, 100 


19. 


29. 


294, 500 


409,000 


722, 000 


982,000 


N3sh 


12,050 


11, 400 


14.0 


27. 


168, 500 


308,000 


413, 000 


724,000 


Nor t hampt on 


12, 450 


13, 250 


18.0 


23. 


224,000 


305,000 


549,000 


732,000 


pasQuot ank 


24, 450 


25, 500 


27. 


32.0 


660,000 


816,000 


1,617,000 


1,958,000 


perQuimans 




qnn 


28 


310 


Dot , UUU 


OU J , uuu 


1 eve nnn 

1 , DID, Ul/U 


1 9?7 000 


Tyr re 1 1 


10,350 


10, 500 


24! 


29! 


248, 500 


304, 500 


596,000 


731,000 


Washington 


32.500 


31.500 


23.0 


26. 


747.000 


819,000 


1,830,000 


1,966,000 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E.).. 


238. 150 


240.850 


22. 5 


23. 1 


5,355,500 


6,777,750 


13, 120,950 


16, 187, 000 


District 6 


















Beaufort . 


64, 400 


61, 100 


23. 


26.0 


1,481,000 


1. 589,000 


3,628,000 


3,814,000 




7, 650 


7, 100 


21.0 


29. 


160, 500 


206, 000 


385,000 


484,000 


Craven 


23, 300 


22, 100 


23. 


30. 


536,000 


663,000 


1, 313,000 


1,591,000 




4,600 


4, 100 


19.0 


25.0 


87, 500 


102, 500 


210.000 


246,000 


Hyde 


28 , 500 


28, 400 


22.0 


30. 


627,000 


852,000 


1,536,000 


2,045,000 


Johnston . 


33,000 


30, 300 


11.0 


28. 


363,000 


848,000 


889,000 


2,035,000 


Jones . 


14,050 


12,050 


20.0 


27.0 


281,000 


325, 500 


688,000 


781,000 


Lenoir 


11, 750 


9, 550 


20. 


28. 


235,000 


267, 500 


576, 000 


642,000 


paro. 1 ico 


15 250 


15 100 


23. 


31.0 


350 500 


468, 000 


859,000 


1, 100,000 


Pitt . . 


30' 050 


25] 400 


19. 


28. 


571,000 


711, 000 


1, 399.00C 


1,706,000 


Wayne 


21, 550 


16, 500 


14. 


25. 


301, 500 


412, 500 


724,000 


990,000 


W i Is on 


8 700 


1 600 


15 


26 


130 500 


197 500 


313 000 


464 000 


CFNTRAI, POAKTAT. (F, 1 


262,800 


239,300 


19.5 


27.8 


5, 124,' 500 


6,6421500 


12. 520!000 


15,898,000 


District y 


















B 1 ad e n 


13, 100 


10,800 


19.0 


26. 


249,000 


281, 000 


610,000 


660,000 


Brunswick 


8,750 


7,450 


22.0 


21.0 


192, 500 


156, 500 


462,000 


360, 000 


Co lumbus 


23, 700 


19,750 


18.0 


25.0 


426, 500 


494, 000 


1,045,000 


1, 136,000 


C 1 1 mh p v 1 fi n H 


26,800 


23,700 


12. 


22.0 


321, 500 


521,000 


788,000 


1, 224,000 




23,300 


19,050 


22.0 


26.0 


513,000 


495, 500 


1, 257,000 


1, 164,000 


Harnett 


27,850 


24,700 


12.0 


27.0 


334,000 


667,000 


802,000 


1, 567,000 




15,200 


17,050 


9.0 


25.0 


137,000 


426,500 


329,000 


981,000 




1, 300 


1, 650 


20.0 


25.0 


26,000 


41, 250 


64,000 


96,900 




13, 150 


10,900 


24.0 


26.0 


315, 500 


283, 500 


773,000 


666,000 




14,000 


11, 600 


23.0 


26.0 


322,000 


301, 500 


789,000 


709,000 




42,950 


42, 100 


12.0 


27.0 


515,000 


1, 137,000 


1, 262,000 


2, 672,000 




28,600 


23, 200 


16.0 


24. 


457,500 


557,000 


1, 121,000 


1, 309,000 




8.350 


7.700 


12.0 


25.0 


100.000 


192. 500 


240.000 


452. 500 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.).. 


247,050 


219, 650 


15.8 


25. 3 


3,909,500 


5, 554, 250 


9,542,000 


12,997,400 


STATE TOTAL 


972,000 


885.000 


17.5 


26. 5 


17,010,000 


23,453,000 


41, 504,000 


55, 584, 000 



WHEAT: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968- 1969 



DISTRICTS 
AND 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL VALUE 


COUNTIES 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Ac res 




Bus he 1 s 




Bushel s 




Dot la 


rs 


District 1 


























40 


20 


36 





39 





1 , 440 




780 


1,890 


990 


Ashe. 


10 


10 


36 





39. 





360 




390 


460 


495 




- 






- 






■ 






- 




Caldwell 


250 


350 


36 





39. 





9, 000 




13,650 


11,700 


17,350 




2, 850 


1 , 900 


39 





44. 





111 , 100 




83 . 600 


139,000 


105, 500 


Watauga 




10 






38. 









380 




485 


Wilkes 


1 , 100 


810 


34 





38. 





37, 400 




30, 750 


47,850 


39, 050 


Yadkin 


4. 150 


3, 300 


35 





39. 





145.200 




136. 500 


184, 500 


17? nnn 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN .N.». )■ 


8, 4UU 


6, 600 


36 


2 


40.3 


304, 500 


266,050 


385,400 


335,870 


District 4 
























Buncombe 


50 


10 


32 





38. 


o 


1 , 600 




380 


2, 100 


490 




620 


540 


36 





42. 


o 


22, 320 




22,700 


28,350 


29,300 


Cherokee 
























Clay 




20 






38 









760 


- 


990 






















- 






i n 
1U 


i n 
1U 


32 


U 


38. 





320 




380 


420 


490 


Henderson 


on 
ZU 


on 
zu 


32 


n 
U 


38. 





640 




760 


840 


990 




~ 


















- 






120 


1 cn 
1 oU 


30 





39. 





3 , 600 




5,850 


4, 600 


7, 600 


Macon 




















- 


- 


Madison 


20 


20 


32 





39. 





640 




780 


840 


1,010 


Mitchell 




















- 


- 


Polk 


Tift 

o 1 U 


330 


33 


n 
U 


39 





in o*3 n 
1U, ZoU 




12,850 


13,300 


16,700 


Rutherford 


1 , 250 


950 


33 





42. 





41 , 250 




39,900 


52,800 


51,900 


Swain 




















- 


- 






















- 


- 


Yancey 








~ 












- 


- 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


7\7i 

2, 400 


— — — — -■- 

2, 050 


33 


6 


41. 


2 


on cr\r\ 
oU, bUU 


84,360 


103, 250 


109,470 


District 2 


























4 , 2U0 


i i cn 

O , 1 OU 


40 


n 
U 


39. 





i cfl nnn 
1 Do , uuu 




122,850 


208, 500 


152, 500 




5, 100 


3 , 900 


35 





36. 





178, 500 




140, 500 


219, 500 


173, 000 


Durham 


1 , 250 


1 , 150 


39 





45. 





48, 700 




51,800 


59,900 


64,200 


Forsyth 


2, 300 


1 , 850 


39 





37. 





89, 700 




68, 400 


113,000 


84, 800 


Franklin 


4, 500 


4, 500 


39 





40. 





175, 500 




180, 000 


210, 500 


221,500 


Granville 


3 , 300 


2, 900 


39 





49. 





1 28, 500 




142, 000 


157, 000 


173, 000 


Guilford 


5, 250 


4, 400 


37 





42. 





194, 000 




185, 000 


238, 500 


233, 000 


Orange 


2, 450 


2, 100 


41 





48. 





1 00, 500 




101,000 


122, 500 


125,000 


Person 


5, 350 


5, 300 


35 





48. 





187, 5U0 




254, 500 


229, 000 


315, 500 


Rockingham 


6, 700 


4, 450 


32 





37. 





214, 500 




164,500 


268,000 


202, 500 


Stokes 


2, 950 


1 , 750 


34 





38. 





1 UU, 30U 




66, 500 


124, 500 


82,500 


Vance 


2 , 900 


2, 350 


37 





38. 





107, 300 




89,300 


130,000 


110, 000 




1 P. cn 
1 , OJU 


i 7nn 
1 , t uu 


43 


n 
u 


36. 





iq finn 
/ y . duu 




61.200 


95. 500 


74.000 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) . . . 


48, 1 00 


39, 500 


36 


9 


41. 


2 


1 , 772, 600 


1.627,550 


2,176,400 


2,011,500 


District t> 


























750 


500 


31 





40. 


23 , 250 




20,000 


29, 300 


25,200 




5 , 450 


3 , 950 


32 





38. 





1 HA C f\C\ 

1(4, oUU 




150, 000 


218, 000 


189, 000 




2 , 250 


1 , 650 


34 


n 
U 


39 





76, 500 




64,400 


93,300 


80, 500 


Davidson 


5 , 400 


3 , 900 


31 


n 
U 


40.0 


i cn crio 
lb ( , DUU 




156,000 


207, 500 


196,500 




o nnn 
z , uuu 


i cnn 
i , ouu 


33 


n 
u 


39 





DD , UUU 




58, 500 


83 , 200 


72,500 


Iredell 


6, 000 


4, 250 


36 





38 





21b, UUU 




161,500 


270,000 


202,000 


Lee 


1 , 350 


1 , 050 


35 





42. 





47, 250 




44, 100 


57, 700 


54,700 


Randolph 


7, 000 


5, 700 


33 





37. 





231 , 000 




211,000 


284,000 


266,000 


Rowan 


9, 500 


7, 000 


34 





40 





323 , UU0 




280,000 


397, 500 


350,000 


Wake 


5, 250 


4. 250 


29 










210. 000 




170. 000 


256.000 


209.000 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


TTcYtrrs ' — 1 

44 . 95U 


J J , /oU 


34 


1 


— ffc 





1,333, uuu 


1,315,500 


1,896,500 


1,645,400 


District 8 
























Anson 


3 , 400 


3 , 250 


37 





37 





lzo, 800 




120,000 


153, 500 


147, 500 


Cabarrus 


4, 650 


4, 750 


36 





37 





167, 500 




175, 500 


204, 500 


214, 000 


Cleveland 


3 , 400 


2, 600 


32 





41. 





1 08, 800 




106, 500 


137, 000 


134, 000 


Gaston 


2, 250 


2, 000 


30 





37. 





67, 500 




74,000 


84,400 


91,800 




4, 950 


4, 250 


35 





37. 





173, 200 




157,000 


216, 500 


198, 000 


Mecklenburg 


1 , 450 


800 


36 





40 





52, 200 




32,000 


64, 700 


39,350 




1 , 250 


850 


30 





34. 





37, 500 




28, 900 


46, 100 


35,850 


Moore 


2, 250 


1 , lUU 


30 


n 
u 


34 





czi cnn 
O i , DUU 




57,800 


83 , 000 


71,700 


Richmond 


i onn 
1 , zuu 


onn 
yuu 


37 


n 
u 


34. 





a a a nn 
rt4 , ^UU 




30, 600 


54, 200 


37,950 


Stanly 


9 , 950 


6 , 600 


33 


n 
U 


39. 





ooq cnn 
oZo, OUU 




257, 500 


401,000 


319, 500 


Union 


10, 300 


12. 750 


36 





44 





nni nnn 
o I 1 . UUl 1 




561.000 


452.500 


696, 000 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) . . . 


A C t\ E A 

45 , UoU 


40, 450 


34 


3 


39 


6 


1 c 1 o nnn 
1 , o4o , yuu 


1,600,800 


1 , 897, 4 00 


1,985.650 


District a 
























Bertie 


700 


300 


40 





47 





o o nnn 
Zo, UUU 




14, 100 


33,300 


17. 050 


Camden 


3 , 300 


4 , 500 


53 





49 





1 i c nnn 
1 /5 , UUU 




220,500 


210, 000 


269,000 


Chowan 


290 


700 


45 





48 





13, 050 




33,600 


15,650 


41,000 


Currituck 


a nnn 


c nnn 
O , uuu 


51 





50 





on<i nnn 
ZUt , uuu 




250, 000 


245,000 


305, 000 


Dare 




- 
















- 


- 


Edgecombe 


2 , 850 


3, 150 


45 





45 





128. 200 




141,500 


152, 500 


170, 000 


Gates 


240 


230 


36 





44. 





8, 640 




10,120 


10,350 


12,350 


Halifax 


1 , 750 


1 , 600 


46 





39 





80, 500 




62,400 


95, 800 


74, 900 


Hertford 


260 


240 


36 





46 





9, 360 




11,050 


11,300 


13,400 


Martin 


300 


160 


43 





47 





12, 900 




7,520 


15, 500 


9, 100 


Nash 


6, 000 


4, 950 


49 





46 





294, 000 




227,500 


350, 000 


273,000 


Northampton 


1 , 280 


1 , 450 


36 





41. 





46, 100 




59,400 


55,300 


71,300 


Pasquotank 


3 , 050 


5, 000 


51 





50 





155, 500 




250,000 


186, 500 


305, 000 




2, 750 


2, 850 


51 





50 





140, 200 




142,500 


168, 000 


174, 000 


Tyrrell 


330 


520 


45 





42 





14, 850 




21,850 


17,800 


26,450 


Washington 


700 


1 . 350 


50 





48 





35. 000 




64.800 


42 . 000 


78. 400 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N. E. ) . . 


' JVpi — nAA 

27, 800 


32 , 000 


48.4 


47 


4 


1,345,300 


1,516,840 


1 , 609, 000 


1,839,950 


District b 
























Beaufort 


2,300 


3, 300 


50 





42 





11;), 000 




138,500 


138.000 


166, 000 


Carteret 


380 


200 


45 





41 





17, 100 




8,200 


20, 500 


9, 840 


Craven 


1 , 350 


1 , 200 


47 





44 





63, 400 




52, 800 


76, 100 


63,400 


Greene 


1 , 700 


1 , 800 


50 





44. 





85, 000 




79,200 


102, 000 


94, 200 


Hyde 


1 , 170 


2, 000 


47 





41 





55, 000 




82,000 


66, 000 


98,400 


Johnston 


5, 400 


4, 750 


45 





43 





nin c\r\C\ 

243 , 000 




204,000 


289, 000 


243, 000 


Jones 


300 


300 


45 





43 





13 , 500 




12,900 


16,200 


15, 500 


Lenoir 


1 , 900 


1 , 550 


44 





45 





oo cnn 
od , bUU 




69,800 


100, 500 


83, 800 




2 , 000 


1 , 750 


60 





45. 





1 on nnn 
1 ZU, UUU 




78,800 


144,000 


95,300 


Pitt 


1 , 200 


1 , 550 


55 





45. 





cc nnn 
bb, UUU 




69, 800 


79,200 


83, 800 


Wayne 


3 , 050 


2 , 600 


45 





47 





ion nnn 
1 & 1 , UUU 




122,000 


164, 500 


145, 000 


Wilson 


5 , 600 


5, 200 


60 





49 





o o c nnn 
Job . UUU 




255.000 


400. 000 


303. 500 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


oi3 o cn 

zb, 350 


onn 

Zb, 2UO 


50 


6 


44. 8 


1 , 334, bUU 


1, 173, 000 


1,596,000 


1,401,740 


District y 
























Bladen 


450 


1 000 


38 





42 





17, 100 




42.000 


20, 500 


51,700 


Brunswick 


180 


150 


45 





40 





8, 100 




6,000 


9, 700 


7, 320 




500 


700 


40 





44 





20 000 




30,800 


24, 400 


37, 600 




1,800 


2,100 


34 





41 





61,200 




86, 100 


73.400 


106, 000 


Duplin 


1,700 


2,150 


48 





44. 





81, 600 




94,600 


Q7 Qnn 
y i , yuu 


ik cnn 

110, OUU 


Harnett 


4,900 


3,950 


40 





42 





196, 000 




166,000 


239,000 


204, 000 




1,650 


1,550 


37 





38 





61,000 




58,900 


/4 , 4UU 


to jnn 

1Z , 'iUU 


New Hanover 


500 


450 


41 





40 





20. 500 




18,000 


24,600 


21,950 




150 


350 


49 





45 





7,350 




15.750 


8,800 


19,200 


Pender 


270 


450 


38 





41 





10, 250 




18,450 


12.300 


22, 500 


Robeson 


2,600 


2,050 


36 





39 





93,600 




80,000 


114, 000 


99,200 


Sampson 


1, 550 


2, 050 


37 





46 





57,400 




94,300 


68, 900 


116,000 


Scotland 


700 


500 


42 










29.400 




21 000 


36. 150 


26.050 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.).. 


16, 95U 


17,450 


39 


2 


—If 


9 


663, 500 


731,900 


804; 050 


859:420 


STATE TOTAL 


220,000 


198,000 


39 





42 





8, 580, 000 


8,316,000 


10,468,000 


10,229,000 





OATS: 


Acres, Yield, 


Producti on 


And Value, 


By Counties, 1968-1969 




1 7 


nT<5TR TPT<^ 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 


VALUE 


AND 
COUNTIES 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Acres 




Bushel s 




Bushe 1 s 


Do/ far s 


District l 
























120 


90 


45 





48 





5,400 


4,320 


4,050 1 


3,370 




120 


50 


45 





34 





5,400 


1,700 


4, 050 


1,360 




10 


20 


45 





44 





450 


880 


340 


660 




210 


150 


46 





43 





9, 650 


6,450 


6,950 


4,640 




1, 150 


1,300 


45 





45 





51,800 


58, 500 


38,850 


43,850 




70 


20 


45 





44 





3 150 


880 


2 360 


7nn 

( UU 


IV i 1 I-;,,- 


320 


250 


45 





55 





14^400 


13, 750 


10;650 


10,150 


Vn A 1 - i 1 1 


2,400 


2, 150 


46 





49 





110, 500 


105. 500 


82.900 


77,000 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N. W. ) . . . 


4. 4UU 


4, U3U 


45 


6 


47 


6 


200, 750 


191 , 980 


150. 150 


141.730 


District 4 
























90 


5 


46 





36 





4, 150 


180 


3,110 


145 




720 


550 


44 





49 





31,700 


26,950 


22,800 


20,200 


Clay 


- 
- 


40 
- 






40 





- 
- 


1,600 
- 


- 
- 


1,280 














. 




* 




- 




50 


10 


46.0 


41 





2,300 


410 


1,720 


330 




40 


~ 


46 









1 , 840 


- 


1,340 


- 






5 






40 







200 




160 




70 


40 


45 





42 





3 , 150 


1 , 680 
- 


2, 150 


1,310 




80 


10 


47 





40 





3 , 760 


400 


* 

2, 820 


~ 

300 


Hi 4-nVin 1 1 


20 


20 


45 





42 





900 


840 


680 


630 




190 


180 


45 





40 





8, 550 


7, 200 


6, 160 


5, 760 




980 


880 


46 





40 





45, 100 


35, 200 


33, 800 


27,800 






■ 




- 








~ 


■ 


- 










_ 






- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


40 


45 





40 





450 


1 , 600 


3?n 


1 , 200 


WtrCTTDM MO.TTMTA TW /W \ 


2 , 250 


1 , 780 


45 


3 


42.8 


1 r\ ■* f\f\f\ 

101 , 900 


76, 260 


74, 900 


59, 115 


uistnct z 
























4 , 000 


3 , 700 


50 





56.0 


nf\n aaa 
ZUU, UUU 


oA"7 AAA 
Z\J I , UUU 


1 A A AAA 
14U, UUU 


i a o nnn 

149, OOU 




1 , 850 


1 , 650 


47 





40 





87, 000 


66, 000 


60, 900 


47, 500 




1,350 


930 


47 





44 





63 , 400 


40, 900 


45, 650 


29, 050 




2, 700 


1, 650 


48 





43. 





129, 500 


71 , 000 


94, 500 


51 , 800 




1 , 350 


1, 500 


55 





41. 





74, 200 


61,500 


51 , 900 


42,450 




2, 000 


1 , 700 


50 





49 





100, 000 


83,300 


72, 000 


60, 000 




4, 050 


3 , 500 


45 





51 





182 , 000 


178, 500 


131 , 000 


126, 500 




2, 500 


2, 400 


46 





53 





115, 000 


127, 000 


81 , 600 


87, 600 




2, 600 


2, 400 


50 





54. 





130, 000 


129, 500 


93, 600 


91 , 900 




1 , 550 


1 , 200 


51. 





37. 





79, 100 


44, 400 


56, 900 


32, 850 




1, 150 


920 


47. 





41. 





54, 100 


37, 700 


38, 950 


27, 500 




830 


820 


50 





46. 





41 , 500 


37, 700 


29, 900 


27, 150 




970 


780 


46 





46 





44 , 600 


35, 900 


32. 1 00 


o c onn 

zb . ,;oo 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) 


26, 900 


23, 150 


48. 


3 


48. 


4 


1 , 300, 400 


1 , 120, 400 


929, 000 


799. 500 


District b 
























1,250 


1, 050 


44 





54 





55, 000 


56, 700 


39, 600 


39, 700 




3,450 


3, 200 


50 





42. 





172 , 500 


134, 500 


124 , 000 


94, 100 




2, 100 


1 , 450 


49 





46 





103, 000 


66, 700 


73 , 100 


46, 700 




4, 100 


2, 950 


44 





44 





180, 500 


ion nnn 

130, 000 


131 , 500 


93 , 600 




1 , 750 


1 , 350 


44 





42. 





nrr nnn 

77, 000 


56, 700 


55, 400 


38, 550 




8, 100 


6, 800 


48 





47. 





o on nnn 
389 , UUU 


O 1 A C A A 

319, 50U 


o o a nnn 
Zo4 , UUU 


OO A AAA 
23U, 000 




900 


1 , 000 


52 





48 





46, 800 


48, 000 


33 , 700 


32, 650 




4, 950 


4, 400 


46 





42 





227, 500 


185, 000 


157, 000 


133 , 000 




7, 050 


7, 050 


42 





48. 





296, 000 


338, 000 


207, 000 


243, 500 




3. 350 


3 . 650 


47 





44 





157. 500 


160. 500 


113. 500 




CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


37 000 


22, §00 


46 


1 


45 


5 


i 704 800 


1 495 600 


1 218 800 

1 . — 1 < 1 OuU 


1 OfiP 800 

X , \J\J£j , UUU 


District b 
























3 , 300 


2 , 750 


43 





46. 





14z , UUU 


1 enn 
lZb, DUU 


1 no nnn 
1 UZ , UUU 


qq enn 
oo, bUU 




4 , 500 


4 , 400 


42 





46 





i qq nnn 


ono enn 

ZUZ , DUU 


1 oZ , DUU 


1 dfi nnn 
1 4U , uuu 




z , yuu 


Z , ODU 


46. 





42. 





loo, DUU 


111 ^nn 

111, DUU 


Q7 ^nn 
y i , duu 


no nnn 
i o , uuu 




2,650 


2,300 


44 





42. 





116, 500 


96,600 


86,200 


69,600 




4,250 


3,650 


45 





47. 





191,000 


171, 500 


139, 500 


120,000 




1 , 300 


1 , 100 


40 





43 





52 , 000 


47 , 3 00 


q h a cn 
o 1 , 4DU 


6 c enn 
oD, DUU 




820 


550 


44 





41. 





36, 100 


22 , 550 


o c nnn 
Zb, UUU 


1 c nnn 
1 D , UUU 


Mnnrp 


980 


580 


42 





46 





a 1 1 cn 
41 , 1 du 


nc 7nn 

ZD, (UU 


zy , ddu 


i q ocn 
l o , you 




1 , 150 


1 , 550 


43 





51. 





a q /ten 

4y , 4du 


7Q nnn 

(a , UUU 


o c onn 
oD , DUU 


cc onn 

DD , OUU 




4, 650 


3 , 550 


49 





55 





ooo nnn 
ZZo , UUU 


1 qc. nnn 
1 y D , uuu 


i Ad nnn 

1 04 , UUU 


lot), DUU 




5 . 500 


4. 900 


48 





57 





oca nnn 

Z , UUU 


97Q enn 

z * y , duu 


1 nnn 

1 OD , UUU 


1 oD , DUU 




o o a aa 
6Z , UUU 


z i , you 


45. 


1 


48 


6 


X , tlZ , 1 UU 


1 , o DO , DDU 


i [mr inn 

1 , uo o , T UU 


QoV Qofl 

<JOO , <JU\J 


District 3 




















DDU 




20 


15 


60.0 


55 





1 , 200 


830 


qq n 
ooU 




470 


1 , 200 


75. 





65. 





Jo , zdu 


hq nnn 
lo, UUU 


oa nnn 
Z4 , uuu 


en 7nn 

DU , ( UU 




210 


120 


70 





65 





14, 700 


7, 800 


10, 300 


5 , 070 




300 


360 


70.0 


73 





Zl , uuu 
■ 


or o nn 

Z D , o UU 


14 300 


17 350 




- 

1 , 100 


- 

950 


60 





59 





66, 000 


56, 1 00 


44, 900 


SI, oUU 




50 


70 


55 





55 





2 , 750 


3 , 850 


1 , 870 


2 , 540 




830 


390 


55 





46 





45, 650 


17, 950 


31 , 500 


1 1 , 650 




- 


5 






56 







280 




200 






10 






50 







500 




oo n 
ooU 




2, 000 


2 , 300 


57 





64 





114, UUU 


1 a n nnn 
14 / , UUU 


no onn 
iz), oUU 


07 nnn 
y i , uuu 




170 


240 


65 





52 





11 , 050 


12 , 500 


7 , 400 


8, 750 




1, 150 


1 , 150 


75 





79 





86, 200 


nn o nn 

90, 800 


z?n onn 

60 , 300 


58, 1 00 


Perquimans 


1 , 750 


2, 150 


70 





81 





122, 500 


174, 000 


85 , 800 


111, 500 




150 


60 


60 





70.0 


9, 000 


4, 200 


6, 050 


2 , 900 


Washington 


150 


90 















vfrWi 


4 1 00 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N-E.) 


8, 350 


9, 110 


64.5 


68.7 


Coo' oAA 

538, 300 


£o V OCA 

bZo , you 


o lo , 1 UU 


i no ocfi 
4Uo , oDU 


District t> 


















*7Q enn 
iy , ouu 


1 nd nnn 

1 U4 , uuu 




1 , 950 


2, 350 


60 





65 





iifi aaa 
117, UUU 


1 GO AAA 

1 Do , UUU 




90 


60 


65 





50 





C or n 

, OOU 




3 920 


1 920 




510 


500 


55 





55 





28 , 050 


27 , 500 


i y , udu 


1 p. d.nn 
1 o , iuu 




120 


140 


55 





53 





6, 600 


7,420 


a enn 
4 , DUU 


a 07n 
4 , y * u 




130 


370 


60 





75 





7, 800 


27 , 750 


c. onn 
D , ZDU 


i q enn 
i o , DUU 




2, 000 


2 , 050 


65 





58,0 


130, 000 


1 1 A AAA 
119, OUU 


qq a nn 
oo , 4UU 


7Q 7nn 
/y, /uu 




40 


30 


60 





65.0 


2, 400 


1 , 950 


1 , 630 


1 , 270 




400 


530 


60 





52 





24 , 000 


27, 550 


16 , 800 


i q nnn 

iy, uuu 


Do m 1 i p A 


1 , 000 


990 


60 





73 





A AAA 

60, 000 


TO O A A 

72, JUU 


41 , 400 


a 7 nnn 
4 l , uuu 




460 


410 


55 





57 





25, 300 


23 , 350 


17, 700 


i c a nn 
1 D , 4UU 




1 , 400 


800 


55 





62 





rrrr nnn 

77 , 0U0 


49, 600 


e.o a nn 
DZ , 4 UU 


oa 7nn 

o4 , /UU 




2, 150 


2, 650 


70 





68 





150, 500 


1 on AAA 
1 oU. UUU 


1 m nnn 
1 Ul . uuu 


i 1 q nnn 

11 j, uuu 




1U, 2bU 


10, 880 


61 


9 


63 


6 


CiA enn 

bo4 , 5UU 


coo a on 

bvZ , 4zU 


4ol , DDU 


4Do , you 


District 9 
























370 


510 


55 





55 





20, 350 


28, 050 


13, 850 


19, 650 




200 


220 


50 





47 





10, 000 


10,350 


6,700 


7,140 




1,550 


1,950 


55 





62 





85,200 


121,000 


57, 100 


87,100 




700 


840 


40 





58 





28,000 


48,700 


20, 150 


33,600 




660 


1,050 


60 





70 





39,600 


73,500 


26, 550 


50,700 




2,000 


2,200 


55 





50 





110,000 


110,000 


79.200 


78, 100 




480 


460 


45 





50 





21,600 


23,000 


14,900 


16.550 




60 


30 


50 





35 





3,000 


1,050 


2,050 


725 




70 


40 


55 





60 





3,850 


2,400 


2.550 


1,610 




200 


190 


50 





52 





10,000 


9,880 


6,700 


6.800 




1,750 


1,750 


45 





46 





78,800 


80,500 


54,400 


57,200 


Sampson 


760 


730 


50 





56 





38,000 


40,900 


25,850 


28,650 


Scotland 


1.050 


200 


45 





47 





47.250 


9.400 




^ A 6. 770 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ) 


9:850 


10,170 


50.3 


54 


9 


495,650 


558,730 


344, 888 


394,595 


STATE TOTAL 


131,000 


120,000 


49 





51 





6,419,000 


6,120,000 


4,557.000 


4,284,000 



PEANUTS: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968-1969 



DISTRICTS 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL VALUE 


AND 


















COUNTIfS 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 j 


1969 




Acres 


Pounds 


Thousand Pounds 


Dollars 


District 1 


















Alleghany 
















■ 


Ashe 










- 






* 


Avery 


- 


- 








■ 


- 




Caldwell 








- 


- 










- 






■ 


- 


- 




■ 


Watauga 


- 


- 




■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Wilkes 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


Yadkin 


- 


- 


- 


■ 


- 


- 




- 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W. ). 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


District 4 




















- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Burke 




































Clay 


















Graham 




- 




- 


- 




- 


r 


Haywood 








- 


■ 


- 




■ 


Henderson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Jackson 


- 


- 




- 




- 






McDowell 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 










- 






- 


■ 


Madison 


















Mitchell 


















Polk 


















Rutherford 


















Swain 


















Transylvania 


















Yancey 
















■ 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


















District 2 


















Alamance 


















Caswell 


















Durham 


















Forsyth 


















Franklin 


















Granville 


















Guilford 
















■ 




















Person 






















































Vance 








_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 




■ 


130 


900 


1 . 654 


108 


215 


19, 950 


28. 400 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT 


1 20 


130 


900 


1 G54 


108 


215 


1 2 950 


28 400 


District 5 


















Alexander 




















1 


15 


1 100 


1 000 


1 1 




1 flof! 


n nnn 

o , UUU 


PhQ + Ha m 




















5 


5 


1 , 000 


1 , 000 


5 


5 


750 


1 , 000 




















T haJ 1 1 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Lee 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 






5 


5 


1 , 600 


1 , 400 


8 


7 


1 , 200 


1 , 400 


Wq bo 




5 




1 . 400 




7 




920 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


77T 

ZU 


T7T 

ou 


I , 2UU 


1 , 133 


ol 

24 


34 


o — f n/i 

o , oUU 


A 

6, 320 


District 8 


















Anson 


















Cabarrus 


5 


5 


1 , UUU 


1 , UUU 


c 
O 


e 



tov 


1 nnn 
1 , UUU 


Cleveland 




































Lincoln 


1 c\ 
1 U 




y uu 




y 




1 , oOU 






























_ _ ~ 










Moore 


85 


i no 
1UU 


80U 


1,350 


DO 


1 O E 

135 


o, 84 U 


22 , 1 5U 


Richmond 


180 


250 


500 


1 , 700 


90 


425 


11 , 700 


55, 250 


Stanly 


" 
















Union 


7 


~ 














SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) . . . 


280 


355 


ci A 

ol 4 


1 C09 

1 , oi>2 


i ^9 

1 12 


t e 

ODD 


99 Pa A 
22 , 04U 


7o, 4UU 


District i 


















Bertie 


23 , 200 


23 , 050 


1 , 960 


1 , 920 


45, 472 


44 , 256 


r coo nnfi 
5 , o38 , UUU 


c nan nnn 
0, 797, UUU 


Camden 


50 


50 


2 , 1 00 


2 , 240 


1 UD 


119 
11 2 


1 9 cnfl 
12 , DUU 


14 , OOU 


Chowan 


a 9 of) 


6 200 


2 620 


2 650 


16 375 


16 430 


9 rnn ooo 


p i ro nnn 


Currituck 


180 


190 


1 , 750 


2 , 000 


315 


380 


o n o nn 
6 I , oUU 


49,800 


Dare 








- 


- 








Edgecombe 


16, 400 


16, 300 


1 , 680 


1 , 735 


27, 552 


28, 281 


o o o c\ r\t~\r\ 

J , Jo9 , UUU 


o Tfic nnn 
o , 7U5 , UUU 


Gates 


7, 350 


7, 400 


2 . 600 


2, 390 


19, 110 


17, 686 


o o o n Ann 

2 , 389 , UUU 


o onn nnn 
2 , z99 , UUU 




27, 000 


27, 200 


1 , 910 


1 , 980 


51 , 570 


53 , 856 


6, 343 , 000 


7, 055, 000 


Hertford 


15, 100 


15, 100 


2 , 180 


2, 100 


32, 918 


31,710 


a 1 i c nnn 

4 , 115, UUU 


a i c a nnn 
4 , 1 54 , UUU 


Martin 


15, 500 


15, 350 


2 , 220 


2, 200 


34, 410 


33 , 77U 


n nfii nnn 

4 , oUl , UUU 


a a c\i nnn 
4 , 4yi , UUU 


Nash 


3 , 400 


3 , 350 


1 , 560 


1 , 680 


O, oU4 


0, v2o 


c^o nnn 
t>0Z , UUU 


7qi nnn 

to l , UUU 


Northampton 


2v , duu 


oq ^nn 

Zif , OUU 




9 9^n 

2 , <sDU 


cq 9£M 
u J . _ D4 


DO , O ID 


o c^Q nnn 

O , DOO , UUU 


O , D3J, UUU 


Pasquotank 


80 


1 00 


2,350 


2 , 250 


1 88 


99 C 

22v) 


oo i ^n 
, i ou 


on cfifi 
z y , OUU 


Perquimans 


3,350 


3 , 350 


2, 660 


2 , ouu 


Q nil 

o , mi 


O , o t D 


i n7ft nnn 

1 , U t O , UUU 


1 no7 nnn 

i , j y i , uuu 


Tyrrell 


70 


1 00 


1 , 700 


1 ocn 


1 1 Q 
Lip 


1 fl^ 


i d ^nn 
1 1 , ouu 


pd. n^n 

Z 1 , uou 


Washington 


3 . 050 


3 , 100 


2,140 


2 , 350 


6, 527 


7, 285 


oUo , UUU 


0/1*7 nnn 
y* l , UUU 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N. E. ) . . 


150 580 


1 5ft ^4ft 


2 113 


2 , U92 


318, 14U 


314, 554 


39, 483, 650 


41 ,241 'UUU 


District 6 
















1 fii nnn 

1 DI , UUU 




620 


620 


1 , 850 


2 , 000 


1,147 


1 , 24U 


1 *5*7 t^nn 
lo i , ouu 




10 


10 


1 , 600 


1 , 200 


16 


1 o 
12 


o nnn 

£, , UUU 


1 , ODU 


Craven 


50 


60 


1 , 460 


1 , 350 


Id 


P.1 


ft 7fin 
O, i ou 


i n 

1 U , OOU 


Greene 


250 


250 


1 , 860 


1 , 700 


465 


A 9 G 


ce onn 
Out ouu 


c; Qnn 

OO , O UU 


Hyde 


















Johnston 


140 


160 


1 , 500 


1 , 750 


21 U 


ZoU 


07 onn 


Ann 

ou, 4UU 




5 


5 


1 , 200 


1 , 200 


6 


6 


7on 


7ftn 

1 ou 


Lenoir 


25 


25 


1 , 360 


1 , 600 


34 


40 


<± , UoU 


onn 
o, zuu 


Pamlico 


- 


' 




- 










Pitt 


6, 800 


6, 700 


1 , 720 


1 , 850 


11 , 696 


12,395 


i /ioo nnn 
1 , 4oo, UUU 


1 ci i nnn 
l,Oll, uuu 


Wayne 


30 


20 


1 , 000 


1 , 700 


30 


34 


3 , 750 


4, 420 


Wilson 


1 50 


160 


1 . 040 


1.350 


156 


216 


1 — d;n§* 1 i 8 


28. 1 00 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


8, 080 


8, 010 


1 , 712 


1 , 839 


13 , 833 


14 , 729 


1 , b»7 , 1 1 U 


1 , yi4 , olU 


District y 
















846,000 


Bladen 


3, 980 


3,950 


2, 050 


1,660 


8,159 


6,557 


1,012,000 


Brunswick 


20 


20 


850 


1, 050 


17 


21 


2,040 


2,710 




1,050 


1,050 


1,540 


1, 570 


1,617 


1,648 


194, 000 


212,500 


Cumberland 


430 


500 


1,900 


1, 700 


817 


850 


98,000 


109,500 


Duplin 


10 


10 


1,200 


1,400 


12 


14 


1,440 


1,810 




















Hoke 


















New Hanover 


240 


240 


1,150 


1,200 


276 


288 


34,500 


37,150 


Onslow 


220 


225 


1,450 


1,500 


319 


338 


39,900 


43,600 


Pender 


820 


940 


1,650 


1,800 


1,353 


1, 692 


162,500 


218,500 




430 


450 


1,300 


1,200 


559 


540 


68,300 


69,700 




690 


700 


1,600 


1,550 


1,104 


1,085 


134,500 


140,000 


Scotland 


30 


50 


500 


1. 100 


15 






l,68o*: l 5?u 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. )•• 


7,920 


8,135 


1,799 


1 , 609 


14,248 


13,088 






STATE TOTAL 


167, 000 


167, 000 


2,075 


2,055 


346,525 


343,185 


42, 969,000 


44.957,000 




OATS - - Acres For Grain, 1969 



Each Dot = 500 Acres 




PEANUTS -- Acres For Nuts, 1969 



Each Dot = 1,000 Acres 




20 



TOBACCO: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties And By Types, 1968-1969 



BELTS AND COUNTIES 



OLD BELT - TYPE 11 

Alamance 

Alexander 

Anson 

Caldwell 

Caswel 1 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Davidson 

Davie 

Durham 

Forsvth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Granville 

Guilford 

Harnett 

Tredell 

Lee 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Orange 

Person 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Rockingham 

Rowan 

Stokes 

Surry 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

TOTAL TYPE 11 

EASTERN BELT - TYPE 12 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Camden 

Carteret 

Chowan 

Craven 

Duplin 

Edgecombe 

Gates 

Greene 

Halifax 

Hertford 

Hyde 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lenoir 

Martin 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Northampton 

Onslow 

Paml ico 

Pender 

Pitt 

Sampson 

Tyrrell 

Washington 

Wayne 

Wilson 

TOTAL TYPE 12 

BORDER BELT - TYPE 13 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Hoke 

Robeson 

Scotland 

TOTAL TYPE 13 

TOTAL ALL FLUE-CURED- . . 

BUR LEY BELT - TYPE 31 

Alleghany 

Ashe 

Avery 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Graham 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Jackson 

McDowell 

Macon 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Rutherford 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Watauga 

Yancey 

All Other 

TOTAL TYPE 31 



ACRES HARVESTED 



1968 



1969 



Acres 



3,340 
735 
165 
251 

6,850 



810 
130 
705 
360 
130 
270 

670 
140 
300 
680 
070 
580 
620 
300 
100 
010 
250 
570 
4 

320 
880 
100 
600 
350 
020 
690 



3. 510 
720 
195 
220 

7,830 

1,730 
2, 140 
710 

2,420 
3, 160 
9,420 

11,250 
6,470 
11,900 
700 
3,220 
620 
3, 810 
2. 620 
8, 220 
2, 060 
1,380 
10, 150 
5 

8, 720 
8,360 
6,810 
15,750 
4,710 
1,090 
6, 100 



YIELD PER ACRE 



1968 



1969 



Pounds 



1,565 
1, 640 
1,405 
1, 825 
1, 545 

1,420 
1,565 
1,470 
1,370 
1, 605 
1,715 

1, 545 
1,615 
1, 960 
1,490 
1,755 
1,615 
1, 735 
1, 565 
1 , 620 
1,395 
1, 515 
1,655 
1,400 
1, 640 
1,880 
1,600 
1, 760 
1, 610 
1, 545 
1 , 690 



1,680 

1, 815 
1,425 

2, 110 
1,675 

1, 520 
1, 755 
1,655 
1, 625 
1 , 700 
1, 780 



1, 735 
1,745 
1, 945 
1,705 
1 , 815 
1,395 
1,730 
1,850 
1,810 
1,735 
1, 575 
1.720 
1, 700 
1,685 
1,930 
1,705 
1,820 
1,675 
1, 780 
1, 750 



PRODUCTION 



1968 



1969 



Pounds 



5,227,000 
1,205,000 
231,800 
458, 100 
10,585,000 

2,570,000 
3,333,000 
1,036,000 
3,233,000 
5,024,000 
14, 183,000 

14,936,000 
9, 916, 000 

22, 143,000 
1, 013,000 
5,388,000 
936, 500 
6,281,000 
3,600,000 

11,504,000 
2,804,000 
1,894,000 

15,838,000 
5, 600 

13,645,000 

14,814,000 
9, 760, 000 

25, 690, 000 
7, 004, 000 
1,576,000 
9,616,000 



5,897,000 
1.307,000 
277,900 
464,200 
13,115,000 

2,630,000 
3,756,000 
1,175,000 
3,932,000 
5,372,000 
16,768,000 



23, 
1, 
5, 



19,519,000 
11, 290,000 
146, 000 
194,000 
844,000 
864,400 
6,591,000 
4, 847, 000 
14,878,000 
3, 574, 000 
2, 174,000 
17,458,000 
8,500 
14,693,000 
16, 135,000 
11,611,000 
28, 665, 000 
7,889,000 
1,940,000 
10, 675, 000 



TOTAL VALUE 



1968 



1969 



Pol /srs 



3,293,000 
765,000 
139,000 
290,500 

6,721,000 

1,619,000 
2,116,000 
653, 000 
2,069,000 
3,266, 000 
9,290,000 

9,559,000 
6,148,000 

14, 504, 000 
644, 000 
3,475, 000 
581, 000 
3,894, 000 
2,268,000 
7,248,000 
1,752,000 
1, 155, 000 

10,216,000 



500 
000 



3, 

8, 801, 
9,555,000 
6,295, 000 
16, 955, 000 
4,518,000 
1,017, 000 
6,154,000 



4, 157,000 
889,000 
196,000 
318,000 

9, 443, 000 



1, 

2, 

2, 
3, 
11, 



841,000 
723, 000 
823,000 
792,000 
787,000 
905,000 



13,858,000 
7, 959, 000 

16,781,000 
824,000 
4,120,000 
601 , 000 
4,614,000 
3,393,000 

10,638,000 
2, 502, 000 
1,500,000 

12, 657,000 
6,000 

10, 726,000 

11,537,000 
8,302,000 

20,925,000 
5,601,000 
1,358,000 
7,472,000 



135 



000 



146,000 



1, 670 



1, 765 



225,450,000 



257,690,000 



144, 964, 000 



184,248,000 



700 
400 

010 
410 
060 
600 
830 
175 
130 
300 
550 

550 
010 
400 
650 
050 
150 
340 
440 
710 
430 
350 
800 

655 
200 
100 



7, 130 
4, 500 

1,020 
390 
6,450 
12,400 
9,540 
170 
10,000 
4, 790 
2,540 

19, 100 
4,300 
11,350 
6,930 
14, 800 
115 
350 
4, 700 
660 
2,800 
20,500 
13,000 

665 
12,350 
14,450 



1,805 
1, 940 

1, 720 
1, 945 
1, 920 
1, 930 

1, 955 

2, 090 
2,065 
1,805 
1,870 



1,950 

1, 920 

2, 140 
2, 115 
1, 960 
1,440 
1, 525 
1, 765 
1, 610 
1,690 
1, 970 
1, 910 

1, 815 

2, 030 
1, 975 



1, 525 
1,970 

1,985 

1, 955 
1,845 
1,660 
1,905 

2, 225 
1, 880 
1,855 
1 , 970 

2,000 
1,915 



1,900 
2,215 
1,995 
1,545 
1,640 
1 , 775 
1, 910 
1, 505 
1 , 775 
1, 845 

1, 815 
2,025 
2,095 



12, 095, 000 
8, 536, 000 

1,737,200 
797, 500 
11,635,000 
22,388,000 
17,265,000 
365,800 
18,853,000 
7, 762, 000 
4, 768, 000 

34,222, 000 
7,699,000 
22,256,000 
14, 065,000 
25, 580, 000 
216,000 
518, 500 
7,837,000 
1, 143,000 
4, 106, 000 
38, 125,000 
22,538,000 



1, 189,000 
22, 736,000 
25, 872, 000 



10,873,000 
8, 865, 000 

2,025,000 
762,300 
11 , 900, 000 
20,584,000 
18,174,000 
378,000 
18,800,000 
8,885,000 
5, 004, 000 

38,200,000 
8, 234, 000 
21,565,000 
15.350,000 
29,526,000 
177,700 
574, 000 
8,342, 000 
1,261,000 
4,214,000 
36,407,000 
23,985,000 

1,207,000 
25,009,000 
30, 273, 000 



8, 104, 000 
5,719,000 

1, 164, 000 
530, 000 
7,912,000 
15,448, 000 
11,654,000 
240,000 
12,820,000 
5,123,000 
3,242, 000 

22, 586, 000 
5, 158, 000 
15, 134, 000 
9,424,000 
17,266,000 
145, 000 
345, 000 
5,290,000 
760, 000 
2,792,000 
25,925,000 
15, 100,000 

797,000 
15,460,000 
17,852, 000 



7,829,000 
6,427,000 

1,488, 000 
530,000 
8, 746, 000 
14, 615, 000 
13,267, 000 
268,500 
13, 630, 000 
6, 264, 000 
3, 579, 000 

27,886,000 
5, 970, 000 
15, 635, 000 
11,205 000 
21,554,000 
125,000 
407, 500 
6, 006, 000 
921,000 
2,929,000 
26, 577, 000 
17, 149, 000 

851,000 
18,256,000 
22,402,000 



171 



000 



185,000 



1, 955 



1,895 



334,305,000 



350, 575, 000 



225,990,000 



254,517,000 



800 
600 
700 
770 
950 
950 
730 



6, 110 
2,640 
13,750 



060 
200 



17,900 
840 



1,850 
1, 910 
2,225 
1, 815 
1, 650 
1, 965 
1, 640 



1,595 
1,765 
2, 140 
1,655 
1,430 
1,820 
1,340 



10,730,000 
4, 966, 000 

30,482,000 
6, 843, 000 
3,218,000 

31,342,000 
1,197,000 



9,746,000 
4,660,000 

29,425,000 
6,719, 000 
3, 146,000 

32,578,000 
1, 126,000 



7,189,000 
3,302, 000 

20,727,000 
4,584, 000 
2,092,000 

20,999,000 
766, 000 



7, 067,000 
3,402,000 

21,334,000 
4, 906,000 
2,249,000 

23, 783, 000 
799,000 



44 



500 



47,500 



1,995 



1, 840 



88, 778, 000 



87,400,000 



59, 659, 000 



63, 540, 000 



350 



500 



378,500 



1,850 



1,838 



648,533,000 



695,665,000 



430,613,000 



502,305,000 



210 
955 
95 
1,210 

51 
73 
260 
820 
27 
77 
18 
51 
1,960 
430 

17 
45 
21 
640 
925 
15 



215 
960 
86 
1,230 

40 
63 
265 
835 
22 
50 
14 
42 
2,000 
440 

4 
32 
18 
630 
945 
9 



2,670 
2,400 
2,520 
2,200 



1,930 
1,975 
2,365 
2,260 
1,985 
1,540 
1,945 
1, 908 
2,375 
2,670 



2,800 
2,525 
2,750 
2,480 



2, 180 
1,960 
2,380 
,365 



1,910 



400 
050 
200 
650 



500 
1,755 
1,720 
2,545 
2,700 
1,280 



2,730 

1.525 
2,375 
1,565 
2,625 
2, 765 
1,865 



560, 700 
2.292,000 

239,100 
2, 662, 000 

98,400 
144,200 
615,000 
1, 853,000 
53 , 600 
118,600 
35,000 
97,300 
4,655,000 
1, 1 48, 000 

8,500 
79,000 
36, 100 
1,629,000 
2,498,000 
19,200 



602,000 
2,424, 000 

236,500 
3,050,000 



87,200 
123,500 
630,600 
975, 000 

42,000 
120,000 

28, 700 

92,400 
296, 000 
201, 000 



6, 100 
76, 000 
28,200 
654, 000 
613,000 
16,800 



409,000 
1,685,000 

172,500 
1,983,000 

71,900 
104, 000 
446, 000 
1,371,000 
39,400 
87, 800 
24, 850 
70, 600 
3, 445, 000 
832,000 

6, 100 
58 , 500 
26, 550 
1, 197, 000 
1,824,000 
13,800 



412, 500 
1,648,000 

164, 500 
2, 089, 000 

58,400 
82, 10Q 
435,000 

1,353,000 
28,600 
83,400 
19,800 
64, 200 

3, 654, 000 
817, 000 

4,250 
52,800 
19,050 
1,141,000 
1, 790,000 
11,400 
13, 928, 000 



7, 900 



7,900 



2,385 



2,570 



18,842,000 



20,303,000 



13,868,000 



STATE TOTAL - ALL TYPES. . 



358,400 



386,400 



1, 862 



1,853 



667,375,000 



715,968,000 



444,481,000 



516,233,000 



TOBACCO: Acres, Yield, Production, Price and Value, By Types, 1963-1970 



21 



CROP 
YEAR 


Acres 
Harvested 


Yield 
Per 
Acre 


Product ion 


Price 

Per 
Pound 


Value 
01 

Production 


CROP 
YEAR 


Acres 
Harvested 


Yield 
Per 
Acre 


Production 


Price 

Per 
Pound 


Value 
Of 

Production 




Thousands 


Po un ds 


Thousand 
Po un ds 


Cen ts 


Thousand 
Do 1 1 ars 




Thousands 


Pounds 


Thousand 
Pounds 


Cen t s 


Thousand 
Do 1 1 ars 








TYPE 1 1 












ALL FLUE-CURED 








(01c 


and Middle 


Belt) 










(Type 11 — 13) 




1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
197QZ/ 


182 
164 
147 
156 
150 
135 
146 
145 


1,790 
2, 175 
1, 730 
1, 770 
1, 960 
1, 670 
1,765 
1,875 


325, 780 
356, 700 
254,310 
276, 120 
294,000 
225,450 
257,690 
271,875 

TYPE 12 


56.9 
59.0 
64.4 
63. 1 
62. 
64.3 
71.5 
69.9 


185,369 
210,453 
163, 776 
174,232 
182, 280 
144, 964 
184, 248 
190, 041 


1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970// 


460. 5 
416.0 
375.0 
407.5 
395.4 
350.5 
378. 5 
382. 5 


1,999 
2,282 
1,840 
1,867 
2,071 
1,850 
1,838 
2, 079 


920, 660 
949, 450 
690, 050 
760, 980 
818, 997 
648, 533 
695, 665 
795,363 

TYPE 31 


58. 2 
57.9 
64.2 
66. 5 
64.0 
66.4 
72.2 
71. 7 


535, 622 
549, 875 
442, 796 
506.361 
523, 809 
430, 613 
502,305 
569, 983 








(Eastern Belt) 










(Burley Belt) 




1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970// 


223 
202 
182 
201 
192 
171 
185 
188 


2, 140 
2, 375 
1,895 
1,960 
2, 135 
1, 955 
1,895 
2,225 


477, 220 
479, 750 
344, 890 
393, 960 
409,920 
334,305 
350, 575 
418,300 


58. 7 
56. 9 
63. 7 
68. 5 
64.9 
67.6 
72. 6 
72.8 


280, 128 

c\ rr c\ r\ rr c\ 

272 , 978 
219, 695 
269, 863 
266, 038 
225, 990 
254, 517 
304, 522 


1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970^7 


11.0 
9. 7 

7. 9* 
7.8 
7. 9 
7.9 
7.4 


2,285 
2 , 165 
2, 030 
2,320 
2, 010 
2,385 
2, 570 
2, 600 


25, 135 
21, 000 
18, 067 
18,328 
15, 678 
18, 842 
20,303 
19, 240 


54. 
57. 4 
67.3 
67.5 
70.4 
73.6 
68. 6 
72. 5 


13, 573 
12, 054 
12, 159 
12,371 
11, 037 
13, 868 
13, 928 
13, 949 








TYPE 13 
( Border Bel t) 










(All BELTS) 




1963 

1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
19702/ 


55. 5 
cn n 

ou . u 
46. 
50. 5 
53.4 
44. 5 
47.5 
49. 5 


2,120 

O OCA 

Z , ZbU 
1,975 
1,800 
2, 155 

1, 995 
1,840 

2, 125 


117, 660 

113, 000 
90, 850 
90, 900 

115, 077 
88, 778 
87, 400 

105, 188 


59.6 
58.8 
65.3 
68.5 
65.6 
67. 2 
72.7 
71. 7 


70, 125 

CC AAA 

bo , 444 
59,325 
62,266 
75,491 
59, 659 
63, 540 
75, 420 


1963 
i »b4 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
19701/ 


471. 5 

383. 9 
415. 4 
403.2 
358.4 
386-4 
389. 9 


2,006 
Z , ZoU 
1,845 
1,876 
2, 070 
1,862 
1, 853 
2,089 


945, 795 
970, 450 
708, 117 
779, 308 
834, 675 
667,375 
715,968 
814, 603 


58. 1 
57. 9 
64. 2 
66. 6 
64. 1 
66. 6 
72. 1 
71.7 


549, 195 

ODl , t)Zi) 

454, 955 
518, 732 
534. 846 
444, 481 
516,233 
583, 932 



U Pre 1 1 mi nary. 



ALL TOBACCO 



Acres Harvested, 1969 



Type li 



Type 12 




TOBACCO: Warehouse Sales And Average Prices, By Seasons, 1969-1970; 1 970- 1 971 



BELT AND MARKET 


1969-1970 SEASON 


1970-1971 SEASON 


PRODUCERS' SALES 


TOTAL SALES 
(INCLUDING RE-SALES) 


PRODUCERS' SALES 


TOTAL SALES 
(INCLUDING RE-SALES) 


Total 


Average 

Price 
Per Cwt. 


Total 


Average 

Price 
Per Cwt. 


Total 


Average 

Price 
Per Cwt. 


Total 


Average 

Price 
Per Cwt. 


OLD BELT -- TYPE 11-A 

Madison 

Mt. Airy 

Winstori Salem 


Pounds 
5,764,663 

■i 870 OQ^ 

6,968,805 
5,762,840 
6,727,501 
6,959,530 

10,373,586 
7,857,392 

38,883,869 
1,671,860 


Do 1 tars 

68.75 
69. 06 
72.57 
70.26 
71.27 
70.93 
70.49 
70.67 
71.83 
64.36 


Pounds 
6,045,366 

fi 1 fiR RR1 

7,465,089 
5,842,646 
7, 187, 9&1 
7,186,512 

10,664,692 
8,139,564 

42,621,045 
1,785,936 


Do 1 1 ars 
68.60 

RR Q1 
do . yi 

72.38 

70.22 

71.08 

70.83 

70.33 

70.61 

71.72 

64.26 


Pounds 
9,095,673 

ft d.Qft did 
O , too , rt It: 

9,656,297 
5,399,494 
7,317,612 
7,636,461 
9,576,000 
6,513,568 
35,938,139 
3,664,797 


Do liars 
68.95 

f5ft dO 
Do. 

72.24 
68.31 
70.70 
68.87 
68.47 
70.13 
71.05 
65.50 


Pounds 
9,455,565 

Q 7 Q 7 A ft 1 

o, 1 o 1 , 491 
10,059,379 
5,500,356 
7,759,916 
7,879,107 
9,810,764 
6, 715,732 
39,040,978 
4,008,359 


Do 1 1 ars 

68.83 
68. 51 
72.13 
68.23 
70.44 
68.75 
68.34 
70.06 
70.91 
65.50 


TOTAL 


96,840, 141 


70.97 


103.107,632 


70.86 


103,296,515 


69.95 


109,017,647 


69.84 


MIDDLE BELT - TYPE 11-B 

Aberdeen 

Carthage 

Ellerbe 

Fuquay-Varina 

Oxford 


5,842,641 

S 89"? R°.Q 

24,023,069 
2,954,435 

14,386,310 

16,587,041 
7,902,522 

19,055,563 
6,881,589 
8,190,304 


69.42 
70. 36 
71.79 
67.16 
73.51 
71.50 
71.61 
71.20 
70.36 
70.36 


6,195.556 

fi 0^1 7^ 
\J , UJ X , i oo 

25,951,834 
3,229,381 

15,138,172 

16,872,822 
8,202,448 

19,485,377 
6,998,816 
8,274,119 


69.26 
70. 27 
71.57 
66.92 
73.29 
71.43 
71.47 
71.05 
73.16 
70.30 


7,779,463 

7 9°, c > 478 

25,426,843 
5,937,551 

17,874,964 

17,556,830 
8,675,297 

18,967,114 
7,656,141 
8,355,744 


67.60 
69. 59 
70.40 
66.80 
71.91 
70.52 
70.54 
69.53 
71.45 
68.70 


7,936,439 

27,185,116 
6, 192,861 

18,833,047 

17,816,173 
8,906,240 

19,326,664 
7,796,319 
8,530,722 


67.56 
oy. do 
70.28 
66.69 
71.76 
70.45 
70.43 
69.40 
71.40 
68.62 


TOTAL 


111,647,113 


71.52 


116,400,280 


71.37 


125,465,425 


70.07 


129,987,987 


69.97 


EASTERN BELT — TYPE 12 

Clinton 

Dunn 

Rocky Mount 

Smithfield 

Wendell 


8,535,607 
8,588,008 
8,816,230 

19,560,651 
9,549,274 

42,853,399 

35,916,983 
8,143. 160 

39.820,508 

lO 07 E OC 1 ^ 

18, 875, 6oA 
8, 815,998 
9.283,315 
7,626,960 
9,516.240 
9,245,976 

60,045,490 
7,950, 100 
332,021 


71.14 
72.36 
72.17 
72.23 
71.63 
72.46 
72.26 
71.16 
72.04 

11 . 03 

70.56 
72.03 
71.90 
72.57 
72.57 
73.97 
72.45 
78.00 


8, 802.397 
8,725,964 
9,238,932 

20,041,141 
9,704,620 

43,850,927 

36,681,774 
8,510,387 

40,741,964 

1 Q CEO 7CC 

iy , DOJ , l DO 

9,141,962 
9,324,135 
7,722,516 
9,623,960 
9,356,394 
61,495,634 
8, 230,040 
332,021 


71.07 
72.24 
71.91 
72.08 
71.54 
72.31 
72. 10 
70.91 
71.89 

TO Af\ 
i Z - 

70.36 
72.00 
71.82 
72.47 
72.50 
73.76 
72.20 
78.00 


9,073,441 
9,982,080 
10,619,820 
22,753,348 
11,002,399 
51,395,463 
41,877,694 
8,975,314 
44,559,638 

9,688,381 
11,218, 185 

9,793,601 
10,090,709 

9, 590,304 
66, 878,943 

8,778,002 


72.74 
70.99 
71.26 
74.42 
72.88 
73.14 
72.88 
71.59 
71.94 

70 79 

72.56 
71.97 
71.51 
71.56 
72.47 
74.64 
72.60 


9,343,262 
10,123,298 
11,168,559 
23,238,830 
11,175,018 
52,862,507 
42,637,279 

9,447,054 
45,497,036 

99 779 Rl 1 

10,051,897 
11,290,217 

9,941,374 
10,276,794 

9,712,280 
68,652,416 

9,050,564 


72.70 
70.93 
71.13 
74.30 
72.79 
73.03 
72.77 
71.38 
71.78 

70 'SR 

1 V • OO 

72.35 
71.92 
71.43 
71.38 
72.42 
74.41 
72.42 


TOTAL 


313,475,282 


72.49 


321, 177,524 


72.33 


358.241,279 


72.83 


367,241,196 


72.69 


BORDER BELT — TYPE 13 
Chadbourn 

Fair Bluff 

Whiteville 


7, 989, 099 
6,970,067 
7,335,419 

32,288,579 
7,302, 478 

23,236,168 
8.042,867 

24, 868, 865 


73. 03 
71.74 
73.20 
73.43 
71.30 
71,81 
73.83 
72. 70 


8,296,581 
7,434,689 
7,515,614 

34,027, 167 
7,429,926 

24,175,394 
8,329,731 

25, 858, 953 


72.90 
71.11 
73. 06 
73.21 
71.24 
71.63 
73.57 
72. 53 


9,619,999 
8,198,655 
7,559,554 

37,938,612 
6,117,030 

28,965,581 
9,499,273 

OQ "ICC QQ/1 

AM , ODD, Sol 


72.75 
71.43 
71. 16 
71.18 
71.06 
71.30 
73.41 
79 i n 


9,895,048 
8,529,707 
7,793,454 

40,387, 132 
6,334,802 

30,148,197 
9,751,191 

of) 9Q1 R97 

OU,4i7l,04f 


72.80 
71.33 
71.30 
71.10 
70.89 
71. 15 
73.30 
71 . 99 


TOTAL 




79 71 


lu<> , UOO, \JOO 


72. 50 


137, 255, 588 


71. 68 


143, 131,358 


71.58 


BURLEY BELT ~ TYPE 31 
A^hpvi lip 


10,325,918 
3,583,470 
3,685,042 


68.57 
69.31 
66.60 


11 ,359,846 
3,825,444 
4,119,216 


68.43 
69.33 
66.59 


8,921,224 
3,622,362 
3,567,802 


72.86 
73.49 
72.09 


10,064,076 
3,829,456 
3,971,378 


72.67 
73.48 
71.84 


TOTAL 


17,594,430 


68.31 


19,304,506 


68.22 


16,111,388 


72.83 


17,864,910 


72.66 


STATE TOTAL -- ALL TYPES. . 


657,590,508 


72.03 


683,057,997 


71.86 


740,370,195 


71.75 


767,243,098 


71.62 



* Direct purchase from Growers. 



COTTON: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968-1969 





ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 


VALUE 




















AND 




















1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Ac res 


Lint Pounds 


500 Pound Bales 


Dollars 


District l 


















A 1 laffnonv 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Wn t flncrn 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


W i Ikes 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


yadkin 


5 


5 


230 


200 


2 


2 


235 


220 


NORTHFRN MOUNTAIN CN W 1 


5 


5 


230 


200 


2 


2 


235 


220 


District 4 




















- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Burke . . 


20 


10 


260 


195 


11 


4 


1, 300 


440 


Cherokee . 


















Clay 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Haywood 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


M&con 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mil 'J is on 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mitche 11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Polk 


170 


200 


280 


285 


100 


120 


11, 500 


12,900 


Rutherford 


1,250 


1,480 


310 


345 


815 


1,070 


96,000 


117,000 


Swain 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Tra.nsy lva.n is. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


yancey . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


WFSTFRN MOUNTAIN fW ^ 


1.440 


1.690 


306 


337 


926 


1, 194 


108.800 


130, 340 




















A lamance 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caswe 1 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Durham 


15 


15 


230 


265 


7 


9 


820 


990 


Forsyth 


5 


- 


225 


- 


2 


- 


235 


- 


Franklin 


3,350 


2,000 


210 


200 


1,480 


830 


174, 500 


95, 100 


Granville . 


130 


80 


210 


i90 


55 


32 


6, 480 


3, 670 


Gui If ord 


5 


3 


320 


285 


3 


2 


350 


230 


Orange 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




■ 


2 


■ 


200 




1 


- 


1 10 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




• 


Stokes 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Vance 


2, 050 


1, 500 


240 


215 


1, 030 


685 


121, 500 


75, 200 


Warren 


2.550 


2.050 


220 


275 


1. 180 


1, 190 


139, 000 


136. 500 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ). . . 


8, 105 


5,650 


221 


231 


3,757 


2. 749 


442,885 


311,800 


District 5 


















Alexander 


15 


7 


240 


200 


8 


3 


960 


330 




50 


3 


260 


200 


30 


1 


3, 530 


100 


Chatham. . 


80 


5 


235 


230 


40 


2 


4, 810 


230 


Davidson 


40 


10 


200 


235 


20 


5 


2, 360 


580 


Dav ie 


180 


110 


240 


215 


90 


50 


10. 350 


5. 480 


Iredel 1 


1, 110 


800 


265 


285 


615 


480 


74,000 


52,600 


Lee 


50 


40 


255 


210 


30 


17 


3, 530 


1,860 


Randolph 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rowan. . 


1, 800 


1,350 


260 


270 


980 


765 


110, 500 


83, 900 


Wake 


800 


200 


220 


250 


370 


105 


43. 600 


12. 350 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C). . 


4, 125 


2.525 


251 


270 


2, 183 


1, 428 


253, 640 


157, 430 


District 8 


















Anson 


3,700 


4,300 


235 


390 


1,830 


3, 530 


215,500 


387, 500 


Cabarrus 


650 


810 


265 


350 


360 


595 


42,400 


68, 200 




10,500 


11, 400 


285 


360 


6, 300 


8, 650 


727,000 


949,000 


Gaston 


300 


280 


290 


345 


185 


205 


21, 350 


22, 950 




1, 380 


1, 300 


285 


280 


825 


765 


93,000 


87, 700 




950 


820 


240 


415 


480 


715 


55, 300 


76.900 




1,950 


1,800 


190 


240 


780 


910 


89, 900 


104, 000 




1, 150 


1, 100 


200 


205 


485 


480 


58, 300 


51, 600 




2, 300 


1, 850 


230 


340 


1, 110 


1, 320 


130, 500 


144, 500 




130 


90 


320 


385 


85 


75 


9, 590 


8, 590 




4. 100 


4. 250 


280 


400 


2. 410 


3, 580 


277, 900 


401, 500 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S.)... 


27, 110 


28,000 


261 


354 


14,850 


20, 825 


1, 720, 740 


2, 302, 440 


District 3 




















3, 100 


1, 750 


210 


205 


1, 370 


755 


154, 500 


84, 600 




50 


50 


330 


270 


35 


28 


4, 120 


2, 930 




1,650 


1, 260 


390 


320 


1, 350 


845 


155, 500 


92, 700 


Currituck 


70 


10 


355 


295 


50 


6 


5. 890 


660 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




9, 100 


7, 550 


280 


215 


5, 350 


3, 450 


605.000 


371, 500 




950 


450 


290 


205 


580 


195 


69,800 


21, 400 




21,900 


18, 200 


285 


295 


13, 100 


1 1 , 400 


1, 480, 000 


1, 227,000 


Hertford 


4, 100 


3, 150 


300 


255 


2, 580 


1, 700 


304,000 


190, 500 




2,000 


1,260 


350 


300 


1,480 


795 


167, 000 


83, 200 




6.900 


5, 200 


215 


215 


3, 120 


2, 350 


367, 500 


257,500 


Northampton 


22,200 


18,800 


330 


300 


15, 400 


11, 800 


1, 740.000 


1, 270,000 




30 


10 


380 


235 


25 


5 


2,940 


550 




120 


20 


290 


220 


75 


9 


8, 650 


990 




50 


5 


230 


210 


25 


2 


2,880 


220 




85 


75 


220 


205 


40 


33 


4,610 


3. 620 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E. ). . 


72. 305 


57, 790 


294 


274 


44, 580 


33, 373 


5,072, 390 


3, 607, 370 


District 6 




















80 


15 


310 


275 


50 


9 


5, 760 


1,040 




15 


5 


300 


310 


10 


3 


1, 150 


330 




70 


50 


310 


200 


45 


21 


5, 190 


2. 300 




230 


100 


290 


255 


140 


55 


16, 500 


6, 170 


Hyde 


20 


5 


290 


210 


12 


2 


1, 380 


220 


Johnston 


3, 650 


3,000 


260 


195 


1, 990 


1, 240 


229, 500 


136,000 


Jones 


15 


- 


275 


- 


10 


- 


1, 180 


- 




100 


5 


300 


250 


65 


3 


7, 490 


320 


Pamlico 


10 


10 


330 


235 


7 


5 


805 


550 


Pitt 


1,600 


1,000 


300 


205 


1,010 


435 


116, 500 


47,700 




400 


200 


320 


210 


270 


85 


31, 800 


9, 530 




980 


600 


300 


215 


620 


275 


74, 600 


30,850 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


7, 170 


4,990 


281 


204 


4,229 


2, 133 


491.855 


235,010 


District y 




















360 


280 


280 


210 


215 


125 


25, 300 


14,000 




25 


10 


270 


210 


15 




1 730 


440 




60 


10 


280 


255 


35 


6 


4] 040 


690 




3,900 


4,550 


320 


225 


2, 620 


2, 170 


302, 000 


233, 500 




65 


50 


275 


200 


40 


21 


4, 810 


2, 260 




5,000 


5,050 


360 


210 


3,780 


2, 230 


445, 500 


240,000 




9,000 


9,500 


360 


220 


6,800 


4, 390 


785.000 


459, 500 






















25 




300 




15 




1,730 






5 




300 




3 




345 






26,700 


22,900 


370 


270 


20,700 


12,900 


2, 330,000 


1, 388,000 




9,900 


10, 500 


340 


295 


7,050 


6,500 


835,000 


681,000 




13.700 


12. 500 


390 


380 


11.200 


9.950 


1,300,000 


1.072,000 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ).. 


68, 740 


65, 350 


365 


279 


52,473 


38, 296 


6,035.455 


4, U9 1,390 


STATE TOTAL 


189,000 


166,000 


310 


287 


123,000 


100,000 


14, 126,000 


10,836,000 



COTTON: Ginnings By Counties. 1966-1970 



CUUNli 


lyoo 


1 Qfi7 


1 QfiR 
i yoo 


1 QfiQ 


"1 Q7fl 


POTTNTY 


1 Qfifi 

1 S7 \)\) 


1 Qfi7 


1 QfiS 


1 QfiQ 


1 Q7D 


Anson 


1 , UoU 


o , o'il 


1 , O*±o 


0,101 




Nnrt ha mnt on 


1 f)Q4 


1 SR7 


14 1 ^ 




1 7 8Q4 


Cleveland 


3, 913 


2, 919 


6, 745 


9, 849 


15, 669 


Pitt 


1, 195 


364 


1,629 


724 


* 


Cumberland 


1 , 179 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Robeson 


9, 016 


9, 276 


24,310 


11, 777 


20, 974 


l—i \.l fjCL \J 11] iJK 




1 148 

1 , 1 TtU 


3 , 925 


2, 190 


4 , 084 


Rowan 


1 , 388 


279 


915 


1,360 


1 , 864 


Frankl i n 

1 X L-t 1 i 11 i. Ill 


1 , 016 


193 


1 , 028 


908 


864 


Rutherford 


1 , 040 


302 


720 


909 


1, 511 


Ha 1 i f a y 

1 Id 111 CI -A. 


1 0' =189 


2 045 


16, 271 


13 , 636 


23 , 739 


Sampson 


6, 468 


1 , 014 


7, 355 


6, 651 


8, 365 


Harnett 


5, 578 


887 


5, 162 


3 , 014 


3, 913 


Scotland 


11, 589 


14, 779 


17, 680 


15, 852 


24, 925 


Iredell 


1,252 


71 


341 


433 


459 


Union 


3,241 


1,598 


1,937 


3,060 


2,733 


Johnston 


2,169 


318 


* 


* 


* 


Warren 


1,047 


94 


* 




* 


Lincoln 


1,447 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Wilson 


1, 702 


395 


1,227 


892 


1,458 


Mecklenburg 


1,360 


* 


* 


* 


* 


All Other 


10,316 


5,362 


17,965 


15,378 


22,491 


Nash 


2,945 


1,305 


4,356 


3,496 


6,660 


STATE TOTAL 


100,846 


47,780 


130,347 


105,919 


161,861 



* 'nc/uded in "All Other". SOURCE: U. S. Deoa rtment of Commerce , Bureau of Census. 



COTTON: Acres Harvested, 1969 




SWEET POTATOES: Acres Harvested, 1969 




SWEET POTATOES: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968- 1969 



DISTRICTS 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 


VALUE 


AND 
COUNTIES 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1068 


1969 




Acre s 


Hun dredwe / gh f 


Hun dredwe i gh t 


Do 1 1 an 


District 1 












800 




3, 320 


A 1 leghany .... 


10 


10 


60 


80 


600 


2, 880 




20 


10 


60 


80 


1, 200 


800 


5, 640 


3, 360 




10 


10 


60 


80 


600 


800 


2, 820 


3, 200 




30 


50 


60 


90 


1, 800 


4, 500 


8, 450 


18, 650 




40 


30 


70 


90 


2, 800 


2, 700 


13, 700 


1 1, 350 




20 


10 


60 


90 


1 , 200 


900 


5, 640 


3, 600 


Wilkes 


20 


10 


70 


80 


1 , 400 


800 


6, 720 


3, 360 


Yadkin 


20 


10 


60 


80 


1 . 200 


800 


5. 750 


3 . 440 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W.). 


\ rtn 

170 


140 


64 


ob 


1U , 8UU 


1 2, 100 


5 1 , bUO 


£n oon 

50, 28U 


District 4 


















Buncombe 


20 


20 


60 


oU 


1 , 200 


1 , 600 


5 , 880 


6, 400 




20 


10 


80 


yu 


1 , 600 


900 


7 , 840 


3 , 600 


Cherokee 


10 


10 


60 


80 


600 


800 


3 , 000 


3, 600 


Clay 




i n 


fin 

bu 


HO 


600 


«nn 


o nnn 


t Hon 
o , ouu 




10 


10 


60 


80 


600 


800 


3, 000 


3 , 800 


Havwood 


20 


10 


60 


75 


1 , 200 


750 


5, 880 


3, 370 


Henderson 


20 


10 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


800 


5 , 760 


3, 400 




10 


10 


70 


80 


700 


800 


3, 500 


3 , 800 


McDowell 


20 


30 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


2, 400 


5, 880 


9, 600 




20 


20 


70 


80 


1 , 400 


1 , 600 


7, 000 


7, 200 


Madison 


20 


10 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


800 


5, 760 


3, 200 


Mitchell 


20 


10 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


800 


5, 760 


3, 200 


polk 


50 


50 


70 


80 


3, 500 


4, 000 


17, 150 


17, 000 


Rutherford 


300 


280 


70 


90 


21 , 000 


25, 200 


102, 000 


108, 500 




10 


50 


70 


80 


700 


4, 000 


3 , 500 


19, 000 




20 


10 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


800 


5, 880 


3, 600 




20 


10 


70 


80 


1 . 400 


800 


6. 860 


3. 240 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ). . . . 


600 


560 


68 


85 


40, 500 


47, 650 


197, 650 


206, 310 


District 2 


















Alamance 


30 


50 


90 


100 


2, 700 


5, 000 


13, 250 


22, 000 




60 


70 


70 


95 


4, 200 


6, 650 


20 , 150 


28 , 250 




40 


40 


80 


100 


3, 200 


4 . 000 


15, 350 


17, 200 


Forsyth 


40 


50 


70 


100 


2, 800 


5 , 000 


13, 700 


20 , 750 


Franklin 


1 50 


190 


90 


135 


13 , 500 


25, 650 


64 , 800 


i n w nnn 
JUD, UUU 




50 


40 


85 


130 


4 , 250 


5 , 200 


nc\ nnn 
2U, UUU 


22, 100 


Guilford 


bU 


80 


70 


1 10 


4 , 200 


8 , 800 


20 , 1 50 


36, 950 




30 


30 


70 


100 


2, 100 


3 , 000 


10, 100 


12, 300 




on 
oU 


ou 


in 
/U 


105 


2, 100 


5,250 


9 , 850 


21 , Oil 




40 


40 


60 


100 


2, 400 


4 , 000 


1 1 , 750 


17 , 200 


Stokes 


40 


10 


60 


90 


2 , 400 


900 


1 1 , 750 


3 , 690 




50 


OU 


7~ 
t D 


110 


O , I OU 


5 500 


17 650 


24 OQQ 




40 


50 


95 


1 20 


3. 800 


, 000 


18, 600 


on o nn 

27 , UUO 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N.)... 


bbU 


750 


78 


113 


51 , 400 


8 1, 950 


247, IUU 


nrn n i n 

357, b4U 


District 5 




















20 


20 


60 


80 


1 , 200 


1 , 600 


5, 880 


6, 800 


Catawba 


200 


100 


75 


90 


15, 000 


9, 000 


72, 000 


36, 900 




70 


60 


80 


100 


5, 600 


6, 000 


26, 900 


23, 700 


Davidson 


120 


1 40 


70 


90 


8 , 400 


12, 600 


41, 150 


53 , 550 




20 


20 


70 


90 


1 , 400 


1 , 800 


6, 860 


7, 470 


Iredell 


30 


20 


60 


80 


1 , 800 


1 , 600 


9. 000 


6. 880 


Lee 


30 


30 


80 


95 


2, 400 


2, 850 


1 1 , 750 


1 1 , 100 


Randolph 


20 


20 


70 


90 


1 , 400 


1 , 800 


6, 860 


7 , 020 




60 


40 


80 


100 


4, 800 


4, 000 


23, 500 


J 8, 000 


Wake 


q tin 


.5 * U 


1 nn 
IUU 


1 DO 


JD, UUU 


£7 q ^n 
D { . o OU 


icq rxnn 

J by , ouu 


790 Qnn 
zzy , ouu 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) . . . . 


920 


820 


84 


120 


77, 000 


98, 600 


373, 400 


400, 920 


District 8 


















Anson 


60 


50 


80 


1 10 


4, 800 


5, 500 


23, 500 


23 , 650 


Cabarrus 


30 


20 


75 


100 


2, 250 


2, 000 


10, 800 


8, 200 


Cleveland 


60 


90 


75 


80 


4, 500 


7, 200 


21 , 600 


32, 750 




60 


50 


70 


80 


4, 200 


4, 000 


20, 150 


18, 400 


Lincoln 


130 


1 20 


70 


80 


9, 100 


9, 600 


44, 600 


40 , 800 




40 


30 


80 


90 


3, 200 


2, 700 


15, 350 


12, 300 




90 


60 


80 


90 


7, 200 


5, 400 


34, 550 


23, 200 




100 


70 


90 


100 


9, 000 


7, 000 


42, 300 


28, 700 




on 

yu 


90 


95 


1 10 


8 , 550 


9 , 900 


4 1 , 050 


39, bUU 




30 


40 


75 


90 


2, 250 


3, 600 


10, 800 


16, 550 




60 


50 


80 


100 


4. 800 


5. 000 


23. 050 


22. 500 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S.)... 


750 


670 


80 


92 


59 , 850 


61, 900 


287 , 75U 


2bo . 650 


District 8 




















70 


70 


100 


125 


7, 000 


8, 750 


34, 650 


38 , 500 




40 


40 


90 


130 


3, 600 


5, 200 


17, 300 


23, 900 




ZJU 




1 1U 


1 7£ 
1 ZD 


25, 300 


28, 750 


i 7£ nnn 
I 2D , UUU 


i nnn 
1 ZD , UUU 




210 


90 


1 10 


130 


23, 100 


11, 700 


1 1 1, 000 


53, 800 




20 


20 


90 


120 


1 , 800 


2, 400 


8, 650 


9, 600 




80 


140 


125 


135 


10, 000 


18, 900 


49, 000 


75, 600 




60 


60 


90 


125 


5, 400 


7, 500 


27, 000 


34, 500 


Halifax 


60 


50 


95 


130 


5, 700 


6, 500 


27, 350 


28, 950 




40 


50 


95 


125 


3, 800 


6, 250 


18, 600 


28, 750 




120 


140 


90 


120 


10, 800 


16, 800 


54, 000 


67, 200 




850 


I, 450 


130 


150 


110, 500 


217, 500 


525, 000 


837, 000 




50 


140 


100 


130 


5, 000 


18, 200 


25, 000 


81, 000 




50 


80 


95 


130 


4, 750 


10, 400 


23, 300 


47, 850 




40 


90 


95 


130 


3, 800 


11, 700 


18, 600 


53, 800 


Tyrrell 


140 


100 


95 


120 


13, 300 


12, 000 


63, 800 


48, 000 




40 


40 


90 


120 


3. 600 


4. 800 


17. 650 


19. 200 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E.).. 


o 1 nn 
£ , IUU 


2, 790 


113 


139 


237, 450 


Sol , 35U 


i 11c nnn 
1 , 145, 9UU 


1 , 5/2, boU 


District t> 




















110 


140 


90 


135 


9, 900 


18, 900 


48, 500 


78, 400 




60 


100 


90 


140 


5, 400 


14, 000 


26, 450 


61, 600 




120 


90 


95 


140 


11, 400 


12, 600 


55, 900 


52, 300 




70 


120 


100 


140 


7, 000 


16, 800 


33, 950 


nc> nnn 

68, 000 




10 


20 


90 


120 


900 


2, 400 


4, 300 


10, 800 




5, 000 


5, 500 


130 


160 


650, 000 


880, 000 


3, 087, 000 


3, 388, 000 




40 


40 


90 


145 


3, 600 


5, 800 


17, 650 


23, 200 




400 


370 


105 


150 


42, 000 


55, 500 


199, 500 


222, 000 




70 


50 


1 10 


140 


7, 700 


7, 000 


36, 950 


30, 100 




200 


200 


95 


140 


19, 000 


28, 000 


92, 100 


120, 500 




320 


370 


1 15 


155 


36, 800 


57, 350 


180, 000 


232, 500 




1. 700 


2, 100 


125 


160 


212. 500 


336, 000 


1. 009. 000 


1. 294.000 




8, 100 


9, 100 


124 


158 


1,006, 200 


1, 434, 350 


4, 79 1, 300 


5, 581, 400 


District y 




















250 


140 


110 


140 


27, 500 


19, 600 


132,000 


76,400 




250 


280 


120 


130 


30 000 


36 400 


144 000 


133 000 




1,600 


2,000 


110 


140 


176! 000 


280,' 000 


87 1, 000 


1, 078] 000 




250 


700 


115 


160 


28, 750 


112,000 


141,000 


431,000 




300 


700 


120 


130 


36,000 


91, 000 


173,000 


359, 500 




1, 100 


1, 300 


120 


145 


132,000 


188, 500 


647, 000 


726, 000 




70 


80 


95 


110 


6,650 


8, 800 


31,900 


33,900 


New Hanover 


20 


20 


100 


130 


2,000 


2, 600 


9,700 


10, 150 




120 


180 


120 


135 


14,400 


24, 300 


70,600 


96,000 




550 


460 


100 


135 


55,000 


62, 100 


269, 500 


248,500 




250 


420 


110 


150 


27, 500 


63, 000 


132,000 


242,500 




3,900 


4,800 


130 


155 


507,000 


744, 000 


2,459,000 


2,827,000 




40 


90 


100 


120 


4.000 


10.800 


19.600 


43.200 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.).. 


8,700 


11, 170 


120 


147 


1,046,800 


1, 643, 100 


5, 100,300 


6, 305, 150 




22,000 


26,000 


115 


145 


2, 530,000 


3, 770, 000 


12, 195,000 


14,741,000 



IRISH POTATOES: Acres, Yield, Production and Value, By Counties, 1968-1969 



DISTRICTS 

AND 
COUNTIES 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 




TOTAL 


VALUE 




1 968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Acres 


Hunaredwe , Qh t 




Hundre dwe i Qh t 






On liars 




District 1 


























Alleghanv 


30 


30 


135 


160 


4 


050 


4 


800 


12 


550 


14 


900 


Ashe 


250 


500 


140 


145 


35 


000 


72 


500 


103 


000 


221 


000 




130 


100 


130 


140 


16 


900 


14 


000 


52 


400 


41 


350 


Caldwell 


30 


100 


140 


135 


4 


200 


13 


500 


13 


000 


39 


850 


Surry 


50 


50 


130 


150 


6 


500 


7 


500 


18 


850 


22 


150 




250 


150 


140 


150 


35 


000 


22 


500 


101 


500 


66 


400 


Wilkes 


130 


40 


155 


135 


20 


150 


5 


400 


58 


500 


15 


950 


Yadkin 


30 


30 


140 


160 


4 


200 


4 


800 


12 


200 


14 


400 


N. MTN. TOTAL LATE SUMMER. . . 


900 


1, 000 


140 


145 


126 


000 


145 


000 


372 


r '0 


436 


000 


District 4 


























Buncombe 


50 


150 


95 


115 


4 


750 


17 


250 


14 


250 


56 


100 


Burke 


30 


30 


100 


110 


3 


000 


3 


300 


9 


300 


10 


900 


Cherokee 


40 


40 


100 


115 


4 


000 


4 


600 


12 


000 


14 


700 


Clay 


40 


30 


105 


115 


4 


200 


3 


450 


12 


600 


11 


050 


Graham 


20 


30 


95 


110 


1 


900 


3 


300 


5 


700 


10 


550 


Haywood 


40 


100 


95 


115 


3 


800 


11 


50G 


11 


800 


37 


350 


Henderson 


200 


100 


95 


120 


19 


000 


12 


000 


55 


100 


39 


000 




60 


60 


90 


115 


5 


400 


6 


900 


16 


200 


22 


400 




20 


30 


100 


120 


2 


000 


3 


600 


5 


800 


11 


700 


Macon 


40 


50 


100 


115 


4 


000 


5 


750 


11 


800 


18 


400 


Madison 


40 


30 


100 


115 


4 


000 


3 


450 


11 


200 


11 


200 


Mitchell 


100 


100 


90 


120 


9 


000 


12 


000 


26 


100 


39 


000 


Polk 


30 


30 


95 


no 


2 


850 


3 


300 


8 


550 


10 


550 




40 


40 


85 


115 


3 


400 


4 


60C 


10 


550 


14 


950 




20 


40 


105 


110 


2 


100 


4 


400 


6 


300 


14 


080 


Transylvania 


50 


50 


1 00 


115 


5 


000 


5 


750 


15 


000 


18 


700 


Yancey 


40 


50 


110 


115 


4 


400 


5 


7 58 


12 


750 


18 


400 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


860 


960 


96 


116 


82 


800 


110 


900 


245 


000 


359 


03 


District 2 


























50 


50 


100 


115 


5 


000 


5 


750 


15 


000 


19 


000 




40 


50 


105 


115 


4 


200 


5 


750 


13 


000 


19 


000 


Durham 


30 


30 


90 


110 


2 


700 


3 


300 


8 


100 


10 


550 


Forsyth 


30 


40 


95 


120 


2 


859 


4 


800 


8 


100 


15. 


850 


Franklin 


20 


20 


95 


110 


1 


900 


2 


200 


5 


700 


6 


600 


Granvi lie 


40 


30 


100 


110 


4 


000 


3 


300 


12 


600 


10 


550 


Guilford 


40 


50 


100 


125 


4 


000 


6 


250 


11 


600 


20 


600 


Orange 


15 


20 


90 


110 


1 


350 


2 


200 


4 


050 


7 


150 


Person 


15 


50 


90 


115 


1 


350 


5 


750 


4 


050 


18 


400 


Rockingham 


40 


40 


90 


115 


3 


600 


4 


600 


11 


150 


15 


200 


Stokes 


30 


20 


85 


120 


2 


850 


2 


400 


8 


550 


7 


900 


Vance 


30 


20 


100 


110 


3 


oOo 


2 


200 


9 


000 


7 


050 


Warren 


20 


30 


105 


110 


2 


100 


3 


300 


6 


300 


10 


550 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) 


400 


450 


97 


115 


38 


900 


51 


800 


117 


200 


168 


400 


District 5 


























Alexander 


20 


20 


85 


110 


1 


700 


2 


200 


5 


270 


7 


040 


Catawba 


50 


40 


85 


110 


4 


250 


4 


400 


12 


750 


14 


300 


Chatham 


15 


30 


85 


120 


1 


275 


3 


600 


3 


950 


11 


700' 


Davidson 


50 


50 


85 


110 


4 


250 


5 


500 


12 


750 


18 


150 


Davie 


20 


20 


80 


110 


1 


600 


2 


200 


4 


800 


7 


150 


Iredell 


30 


20 


85 


125 


2 


550 


2 


500 


8 


050 


8 


000 


Lee 


15 


20 


85 


115 


1 


275 


2 


300 


3 


830 


6 


900 


Randolph 


40 


30 


100 


120 


4 


000 


3 


600 


12 


000 


11 


700 


Rowan 


70 


30 


105 


110 


7 


350 


3 


300 


23 


500 


10 


900 


Wake 


30 


50 


105 


120 


3 


150 


6 


0U( 1 


9 


450 


18 


600 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


340 


310 


92 


115 


31 


400 


35 


600 


96 


350 


114 


440 


District 8 


























Anson 


20 


30 


90 


110 


1 


800 


3 


300 


5 


400 


9 


900 




10 


20 


90 


120 




900 


2 


400 


2 


700 


7 


680 


Cleveland 


20 


30 


80 


110 


1 


600 


3 


300 


4 


960 


10 


550 


Gaston 


30 


40 


85 


110 


2 


550 


4 


400 


7 


910 


14 


100 




15 


20 


90 


110 


1 


350 


2 


200 


4 


190 


7 


150 


Mecklenburg 


30 


30 


95 


110 


2 


850 


3 


300 


8 


550 


10 


550 


Montgomery 


10 


20 


95 


115 




950 


2 


300 


2 


950 


7 


130 


Moore 


10 


20 


85 


120 




850 


2 


400 


2 


550 


7 


200 


Richmond 


30 


20 


90 


115 


2 


700 


2 


300 


8 


100 


6 


900 


Stanly 


15 


30 


100 


120 


1 


500 


3 


600 


4 


500 


11 


150 


Union 


10 


20 


85 


110 




■M 


2 


200 




640 


6 


820 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) 


200 


rM 


'..(i 


— m 


17 


900 


31 


700 


54.450 


99.130 


TOTAL EARLY SUMMER 


1 ,800 


2,000 


95 


1 1 b 


171 


000 


230 


000 


513 


000 


m 


000 


District 13 


























Bertie 


20 


20 


120 


120 


2 


400 


2 


400 


6 


970 


6 


350 


Camden 


2 , 000 


1 . 800 


145 


125 


290 


000 


225 


000 


972 


000 


551 


000 


Chowan 


50 


40 


115 


i 20 




750 


4 


800 


16 


650 


12 


500 


Currituck 


900 


1 , 000 


155 


135 


139 


500 


135 


000 


474 


500 


337 


500 


Dare 


15 


20 


120 


110 


1 


800 


2 


200 


5 


310 


5 


500 


Edgecombe 


40 


20 


110 


115 


4 


400 


2 


300 


12 


750 


6 


100 


Gates 


10 


20 


120 


115 


1 


200 


2 


300 


3 


420 


6 


000 


Halifax 


15 


20 


110 


110 


1 


650 


2 


200 


4 


790 


5 


850 


Hertford 


20 


20 


110 


110 


2 


200 


2 


200 


6 


380 


5 


850 


Martin 


50 


20 


125 


115 


6 


250 


2 


300 


18 


100 


6 


000 


Nash 


50 


20 


115 


115 


5 


750 


2 


300 


16 


650 


6 


200 


Northampton 


20 


20 


110 


115 


2 


200 


2 


300 


6 


380 


6 


100 


Pasquotank 


2, 750 


3, 150 


150 


130 


412 


500 


409 


500 


1,403 


000 


983 


000 




80 


150 


125 


130 


10 


000 


19 


500 


29 


000 


50 


700 


Tyrrell 


1. 150 


1 , 100 


145 


140 


166 


500 


154 


000 


566 


000 


385 


000 


Washington 


40 


50 


120 


125 


4 


800 


6 


250 


13 


900 


16 


550 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E. ) 


7,210 


7, 470 


147 


130 


1,056 


900 


974 


550 


3,555 


800 


2,390 


200 


District 6 


























Beaufort 


1, 100 


1,350 


160 


145 


176 


000 


195 


750 


598 


000 


479 


500 




750 


900 


145 


145 


108 


750 


130 


500 


369 


500 


326 


000 


Craven 


30 


40 


115 


120 


3 


450 


4 


800 


10 


000 


12 


450 


Greene 


40 


30 


115 


125 


4 


600 


3 


750 


13 


350 


9 


700 


Hyde 


150 


50 


155 


120 


23 


250 


6 


000 


79 


000 


15 


000 


Johnston 


180 


600 


115 


120 


20 


700 


72 


000 


59 


000 


191 


000 




20 


20 


115 


120 


2 


300 


2 


400 


6 


650 


6 


350 


Lenoir 


280 


50 


130 


120 


36 


400 


6 


000 


103 


500 


15 


900 




700 


650 


155 


145 


108 


500 


94 


250 


369 


000 


231 


000 


Pitt 


120 


50 


130 


120 


15 


600 


6 


000 


44 


450 


15 


600 




350 


400 


120 


125 


42 


000 


50 


000 


122 


000 


130 


000 




70 


30 


110 


120 


7 


700 


3 


fiOO 


22 


350 


9 


350 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


3, 790 


1, 170 


145 


138 


549 


250 


575 


050 


1,796 


800 


1,441 


850 


District 9 


























Bladen 


30 


20 


120 


115 


3 


600 


2 


300 


10 


450 


6 


000 


Brunswick 


30 


40 


no 


110 


3 


300 


4 


400 


9 


580 


11, 


450 


Columbus 


100 


200 


125 


120 


12 


500 


24 


000 


35 


600 


63 


600 




20 


30 


120 


120 


2 


400 


3 


600 


6 


960 


9, 


350 




60 


30 


120 


115 


7 


200 


3 


450 


20 


900 


9 


000 


Harnett 


100 


30 


125 


115 


12 


500 


3 


450 


36 


250 


8, 


950 


Hoke 


10 


20 


105 


115 


1 


050 


2 


300 


3 


050 


5, 


850 


New Hanover 


20 


20 


110 


115 


2 


200 


2 


300 


6 


380 


6, 


000 


Onslow 


50 


30 


120 


120 


6 


000 


3 


600 


17, 


400 


9, 


350 


Pender 


50 


20 


115 


115 


5 


750 


2 


300 


16 


650 


6. 


000 




60 


150 


115 


115 


6 


900 


17 


250 


19 


650 


44, 


850 




150 


150 


115 


115 


17 


250 


17 


250 


49 


150 


44, 


850 




20 


3° 


110 


110 




200 




200 


6 






700 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.) 


700 


760 


118 


Il6 


82,850 


8S.400 


238 


188 — 


236, 


950 


STA T E TOTAL. 


14,400 


15,400 


138 


131 


1.986. 


000 


2, 013 


000 


6,476 


000 


5.240, 


000 



27 

LESPEDEZA SEED: Acres, Yield, Production And Value, By Counties, 1968- 1969 



DISTRICTS 

AND 
COUNTIES 


ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 


VALUE 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Acres 


Pour 


ds 


Pounds 


Do II 


ars 


District 1 






















30 


- 


150 




1 , DUU 




810 




25 


5 


130 


150 


9 9 ^fl 
O , Z DU 


to\J 


680 


135 




5 


~ 


130 




650 




135 


_ 




40 


1 00 


130 


150 


5 , 200 


i tz. nnn 
1 D , UUU 


1 , 090 


2, 780 




160 


160 


140 


180 


99 A fifi 
ZZ , 4UU 


no onn 

Zo , oUU 


4, 930 


5, 470 




" 


20 


- 


140 


- 


2 , 800 




520 




140 


65 


130 


150 


1 o, 2UU 


9 , 750 


4, 000 


1 , 800 




190 


150 


130 


150 


r\ a rt nn 

Z4. (UU 


22 . 500 


5. 680 


4 . 050 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W. )... 


560 


530 


133 


159 


T A A fin 

74, 4UU 


84 , 1 00 


16, 515 


15, 565 


District 4 










4 500 










ou 




150 


- 




945 


~ 




55 


140 


130 


150 


7, 150 


_ . _ 
21 , UUU 


1 , 580 


4, 100 








- 


- 






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■ 


Clay 






- 










- 








- 


- 






- 


- 








- 


- 






- 






10 




140 




1 , 400 




280 




Jackson 






- 


- 






- 


* 




~ 


15 


- 


150 




Z , Z5U 




405 




5 




130 


- 


65U 




130 


~ 


Madison 


60 


20 


140 


150 


8 , 400 


o nnn 
o , UUU 


1,760 


540 


Mitchell 






- 


■ 






■ 


~ 


Polk 




5 


- 


160 


_ ~ 


oUU 


■ 


150 


Rutherford 


130 


130 


140 


170 


1 o, zUU 


22 , 100 


3, 640 


4,310 


Swain 




1 


- 


150 




1 c nn 
1 , DUU 




270 


Transylvania 






- 








* 




Yancey 






- 


■ 






- 




WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


zyu 


9.90 


139 


158 


40 300 


r;n cc;n 

DU , ODU 


8, 335 


9, 775 


District 2 


















Alamance 


41 


580 


140 


190 


57, 5UU 


1 i n nnn 
I 1 U , UUU 


11 , 800 


20, 900 


Caswell 


110 


i fin 
1 uu 


120 


150 


1 Q O C\C\ 

1 6 , z UU 


1 e nnn 
1 D , UUU 


3, 040 


2, 700 




150 


70 


130 


140 


1 9 , 500 


o onn 

y, ouu 


3, 900 


1,720 


Forsyth 


290 


360 


140 


170 


40 , 600 


61 , 200 


8, 530 


10, 700 




260 


1 50 


120 


140 


31 , 200 


21 , 000 


5, 920 


3 , 880 


Granville 


350 


190 


120 


150 


a t-t nnn 
, UUU 


28, 500 


8,820 


5, 130 


Guilford 


290 


240 


120 


150 


34 , 800 


o c .nnn 
So, OUU 


7, 130 


6,840 


Orange 


50 


110 


140 


150 


7, 000 


16, 500 


1 , 540 


2, 890 


Person 


20 


10 


140 


140 


2, 800 


1 , 400 


615 


245 




490 


90 


110 


180 


53, 900 


16, 200 


12,150 


3, 000 


Stokes 


90 


21 


140 


180 


1 Z , DUU 


o n onn 
6 t , OUU 


2, 710 


6, 620 


Vance 


130 


70 


120 


130 


15, 600 


9, 100 


3, 200 


1 , 640 




140 


120 


120 


130 


16. 800 


15 . 600 


3.110 


3-§ 10 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) 


2, 780 


2, 300 


125 


164 


347, 500 


378, 100 


72,465 


69,075 


District 5 


















Alexander 


100 


70 


110 


150 


11, 000 


10, 500 


2,150 


1,890 




370 


470 


120 


150 


44, 400 


70, 500 


9, 770 


13,400 


Chatham 


340 


350 


130 


160 


44,200 


56, 000 


8,620 


10,350 


Davidson 


370 


500 


110 


180 


40, 700 


90. 000 


8,140 


16,650 




65 


250 


130 


170 


8, 450 


42, 500 


1,690 


7,440 


Iredell 


370 


440 


110 


180 


40, 700 


79, 200 


8,550 


14,650 


Lee 


25 


20 


140 


170 


3< 500 


3, 400 


700 


630 


Randolph 


730 


950 


110 


180 


80, 300 


171 , 000 


17,650 


29,950 


Rowan 


1 nnn 
1 , uuu 


ceo 
oou 


110 


150 


1 1 u , uuu 


qq nnn 
yy , uuu 


22, 000 


18, 800 


Wake 


180 


100 


130 


140 


23.400 


14. 000 


4.450 


2 . 590 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


3 , 550 


3,810 


115 


167 


40b, boU 


636 , 1 UU 


83 , 720 


116,350 


District a 


















Anson 


460 


620 


130 


170 


59, 800 


105, 500 


12, 550 


19, 500 


Cabarrus 


62 


ibu 


110 


180 


bo , ZUU 


1 9 H (\C\C\ 
lot, UUU 


15,350 


26, 050 




250 


450 


130 


200 


32 , 500 


ofi fififi 

y u , uuu 


6, 660 


17, 100 


Gaston 


o.nn 

oUU 


6 DU 


120 


200 


o b , uuu 


9fi nof, 
/u, uuu 


7, 920 


12,950 




70/1 
i oU 


I DU 


140 


190 


1 uz , uuu 


142, 500 


21,400 


25, 650 


Mecklenburg 


i o n 

ZZU 


1 O fi 

lzu 


110 


200 


Z1 , z uu 


Z4 , UUU 


5,450 


4,320 




I uu 


Qfi 

oU 


130 


160 


i o nnn 
la , UUU 


12 , 800 


2, 800 


2, 500 




1 60 


140 


130 


190 


on d nn 
ZU, oUU 


Zb , oUU 


4,260 


5, 190 


Richmond 


260 


340 


130 


180 


oo o nn 
jo , oUU 


61 , 200 


7, 100 


11,600 




420 


320 


120 


180 - 


50, 400 


57, 600 


10, 100 


10, 950 




o q n 

ZoU 


450 


130 


160 


36. 400 


T9 fififi 

tz . UUU 


7. 280 




SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) 


3 , 800 


4 , 380 


126 


182 


477 , 1 UU 


*?fifl ^)fifi 

799 , 2UU 


100, 870 


148, 760 


District a 


















Bertie 


5 


80 


130 


160 


650 


12, 800 


115 


2,300 




25 




140 


200 


3 500 


1 000 


735 


180 








■ 


- 






- 


- 




O (5 

ZD 


flfi 

DU 


150 


180 


6 , ( DU 


1 fi Qfifi 

1 u , ouu 


790 


1,940 


Dare 








- 








- 


Edgecombe 


1 

1 5 


1 5 


150 


170 


2, 250 


2 , 550 


405 


430 


Gates 


1 5 


5 


120 


170 


1 , 800 


850 


340 


150 




a n 
4U 


ofi 

y u 


140 


180 


5, 600 


1 6 , 200 


980 


2, 750 




1 n 
1 U 


5 


120 


170 


1 , 200 


850 


230 


145 






i fi 
1 u 


- 


170 




1 , 700 




300 




55 


65 


140 


150 


7 , 700 


9, 750 


1,390 


1,760 


Northampton 


1 7C\ 
1 (U 


oD 


130 


180 


22 , 1 00 


15, 300 


3,980 


2,600 




*1U 


9 R 
.3 D 


150 


200 


6, 000 


7 , 000 


1,200 


1,230 






OD 


150 


200 


on nnn 
Z / , UUU 


13 , 000 


5,000 


2,280 






5 


- 


170 




850 


- 


155 








- 


- 




~ 


-■ 


- 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E. ) . . . . 


5oU 


— — : 

d25 


141 


176 


Z 1 

81 , 550 


92, 650 


15,165 


16,220 


District b 




















ocn 

oDU 


non 

1 , U8U 


170 


200 


144 , 500 


216, 000 


30,350 


41,050 




45 


1 5 


160 


170 


7, 200 


2, 550 


1 ,370 


480 




1 20 


1 00 


150 


170 


18, 000 


17, 000 


3,330 


3, 150 




i n 


1 fi 

1 u 


150 


170 


1 , 500 


1 , 700 


270 


320 


Hyde 




zuu 


160 


200 


59, 200 


4U , UUU 


11,850 


7.200 


Tr\ nncf n n 


200 


1 D 


130 


140 


o c nnn 
zb, UUU 


2 , 1 00 


4, 680 


400 




45 




140 


- 


6, 300 




1 ,200 


- 




DU 


ZD 


150 


160 


7, 500 


nnn 
4 , 000 


1,350 


760 




n 


1 ^fi 
1 DU 


160 


200 


52 , 800 


ofi nr\n 
3U, UUU 


10,550 


5,700 


D-J + +■ 


lou 


1 9 fi 
loU 


150 


170 


nn nnn 
z7, UUU 


22 , 100 


4, 860 


3,980 




^n 


1 fifi 
1 UU 


140 


160 


7, 000 


16, 000 


1,260 


2,880 


ii; j i _ _ _ 


c;n 


55 


140 


170 






1 260 


1 730 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


2,300 


1,880 


158 


192 


364,888 


36o\ 808 


72,330 


67,650 


uistrict 9 




















150 


40 


150 


170 


22,500 


6,800 


4,d00 


1,220 




60 


20 


140 


160 


8,400 


3,200 


1,680 


590 




25 


35 


160 


1 7o 


4,000 


5,950 


800 


1,070 




70 


180 


130 


180 


9,100 


32,400 


1,770 


5,670 


Duplin 


5 


40 


130 


150 


650 


6,000 


130 


1 080 




40 


60 


120 


160 


4,800 


9,600 


890 


l[780 


Hoke 


100 


130 


130 


170 


13,000 


22, 100 


2,400 


3, 980 


New Hanover 


















Onslow 


55 


45 


140 


160 


7,700 


7,200 


1,540 


1,300 




55 


5 


130 


150 


1, 150 


750 


1,430 


135 




280 


160 


140 


160 


39,200 


25.600 


7,640 


4,610 




190 


330 


140 


200 


26,600 


66,000 


5,050 


11,550 




110 


210 


140 


180 


15,400 


37.800 






SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ) 


1,140 


1,255 


139 


178 


158,500 


223, 40U 


3o!?So 


— M 


STATE TOTAL 


15,000 


15,000 


130 


175 


1,950,000 


2.625,000 


400,000 


483,000 



ALL HAY: Acres, Yield, Production and value, By Counties, 1968-1969 





ACRES HARVESTED 


YIELD PER ACRE 


PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 


VALUE 


AND 
COUNTIES 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 




Acres 


Tons 


Tons 


Dof/ars 


District 1 


















All pirha nv 


14, 600 


14,000 


1. 50 


1. 50 


21.900 


21,000 


636,000 


630, 000 


Ashe 


19, 300 


17,200 


1. 40 


1.50 


27,000 


25,800 


784,000 


826,000 


Avery 


4,700 


4,300 


1. 40 


1. 20 


6.580 


5. 160 


191,000 


175, 500 


Caldwe 11 


2 200 


4,000 


1. 30 


1. 30 


2.860 


5, 200 


82,900 


151,000 


Surry 


9, 450 


1 0, 000 


1.70 


1. 45 


16,050 


14, 500 


546,000 


493,000 




8.850 


7,000 


1. 60 


1. 55 


14, 150 


10,850 


396,000 


336. 500 


Wilkes 


11 , 600 


10,050 


1. 40 


1. 65 


16, 250 


16,600 


439, 500 


498,000 




6. 550 


5.300 


1. 35 


1.45 


8.840 


7. 690 


274. 000 


231. 000 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W.). 


77, 250 


71,850 


1. 47 


1. 49 


113,630 


106, 800 


3, 349, 400 


3.341.000 


District 4 




















12. 000 


15,000 


1.65 


1.65 


19,800 


24,750 


634,000 


866,000 




3. 350 


2,900 


1. 15 


1. 55 


3,850 


4, 500 


135,000 


162,000 




3. 300 


3, 200 


1. 40 


1.55 


4,620 


4, 960 


138,500 


154,000 




2, 300 


2,400 


1. 50 


1.55 


3, 450 


3,720 


110, 500 


104,000 


Graham 


I. 600 


1,600 


1. 25 


1. 15 


2,000 


1,840 


58,000 


55, 200 




8 . 400 


7,500 


1. 55 


1.55 


13,000 


11, 650 


442,000 


396,000 




3, 150 


3, 500 


1. 30 


1.55 


4. 100 


5,430 


127.000 


184, 500 




3. 600 


3, 500 


1. 40 


1.35 


5,040 


4,730 


156,000 


146,500 




2. 250 


2, 200 


1. 15 


1.55 


2, 590 


3, 410 


88, 100 


109,000 


Macon 


5, 250 


5, 500 


1.25 


1.35 


6, 040 


7, 430 


199, 500 


215,500 




12. 800 


1 1, 000 


1. 30 


1. 50 


16, 650 


16,500 


583,000 


611,000 


Mitchell 


5. 400 


5, 150 


1. 40 


1.70 


7,560 


8,760 


227,000 


298,000 


Polk 


l; 350 


1 , 500 


1.40 


1. 75 


1,890 


2, 630 


64,300 


94, 700 




4, 100 


4, 000 


1. 25 


1. 20 


5, 120 


4, 800 


174,000 


173,000 




1, 250 


J. 500 


1. 20 


1.45 


1,500 


2, 180 


49,500 


71.900 




1.650 


1, 550 


1. 50 


1. 55 


2, 480 


2,400 


74, 400 


81.600 




8, 400 


8, 500 


1. 20 


1. 20 


10. 100 


10. 200 


293.000 


347.000 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


80, 150 


80, 500 


1. 37 


1.49 


109,790 


119.890 


3.553.800 


4.069.900 


District 2 




















7,850 


6, 650 


1. 10 


1.60 


8,640 


10, 650 


276,500 


362,000 




6,900 


6,000 


1. 20 


1.35 


8,280 


8, 100 


273,000 


291,500 




2,700 


3.000 


1. 10 


1.75 


2,970 


5, 250 


95,000 


184,000 


Forsyth 


5.800 


5, 500 


1.45 


1.70 


8.410 


9,350 


244.000 


318,000 




4, 300 


3 000 


1. 15 


1.60 


4,950 


4,800 


148,500 


149,000 


Granv il le 


10,700 


9, 100 


1. 30 


1. 25 


13, 900 


11, 400 


473.000 


410,500 


Gui If ord 


8, 750 


7,850 


1.55 


1.65 


13. 550 


12,950 


447,000 


492.000 


Orange 


6, 600 


6, 450 


1.05 


1.70 


6.930 


10,950 


235. 500 


372.500 


Person 


3, 500 


3, 500 


1. 25 


1. 50 


4, 380 


5, 250 


149,000 


163,000 


Rockingham 


7,950 


6,000 


1. 25 


1.40 


9,940 


8.400 


328,000 


294,000 




7, 350 


6, 850 


1. 35 


1.30 


9,920 


8,910 


317,500 


312,000 




4, 350 


4,000 


1. 20 


1. 60 


5, 220 


6, 400 


172, 500 


224,000 


Warren 


5. 200 


4. 300 


1. 10 


1.40 


5.720 


6.020 


183.000 


210.500 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ). . . 


81,950 


72, 200 


1. 25 


1.50 


102,810 


108,430 


3, 342, 500 


3.783,000 


""District 5 


















Alexander 


3,750 


3. 250 


1.25 


1.25 


4,690 


4,060 


131, 500 


126,000 




8, 500 


7, 750 


1. 30 


1. 25 


11,050 


9,690 


331, 500 


320,000 


Chatham 


4,700 


4, 500 


1. 40 


1.60 


6,580 


7, 200 


223, 500 


216,000 




9,050 


9,050 


1.50 


1.75 


13,600 


15,850 


449,000 


539,000 




6, 550 


6, 400 


1. 25 


1. 35 


8, 190 


8,640 


254,000 


302, 500 




16, 500 


15,000 


1.45 


1.35 


23, 950 


20, 250 


672,000 


628,000 




1, 550 


1, 300 


1. 55 


1.55 


2, 400 


2, 020 


81, 600 


66,700 




8. 450 


6,450 


1. 40 


1.55 


11,850 


10, 000 


391,000 


340,000 




11, 200 


1 1 , 000 


1. 50 


1. 40 


16,800 


15, 400 


521,000 


539,000 


Wake 


4. 700 


4. 350 


1,45 


1. 80 


6,820 


7, 830 


225,000 


266,000 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C.) 


74,950 


69,050 


1.41 


1.46 


105,930 


100, 940 


3. 280. 100 


3. 343. 200 


District 8 




















2, 750 


3, 600 


1.60 


1.65 


4, 400 


5, 940 


149,500 


196,000 


Cabarrus 


8, 900 


8. 200 


1. 05 


1. 20 


9, 340 


9,840 


317,500 


315, 000 




4,600 


5, 000 


1. 40 


1. 55 


6, 440 


7,750 


219,000 


271,500 


Gaston 


2, 800 


2, 650 


1. 50 


1. 65 


4, 200 


4, 370 


138, 500 


161,500 




5, 200 


4, 600 


1. 30 


1.65 


6,760 


7,590 


223,000 


250,500 




7,850 


7,250 


1. 30 


1.75 


10, 200 


12,700 


316, 000 


444,500 


Montgomery 


800 


800 


1. 15 


I. 15 


920 


920 


30,350 


31, 300 


Moore 


2, 500 


2, 300 


1. 65 


1.80 


4, 120 


4, 140 


136,000 


141,000 


Richmond 


2,750 


2, 100 


1. 30 


1. 30 


3,580 


2,730 


118,000 


90, 100 


Stanly 


4,800 


4, 100 


1. 30 


1.35 


6, 240 


5,540 


199, 500 


183.000 




4, 600 


4. 500 


1. 60 


1.45 


7. 360 


6.530 


243.000 


222.000 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ). . . 


47,550 


45, 100 


1. 34 


1. 51 


63, 560 


68,050 


2,090, 350 


2. 306,400 


District 3 


















Bert ie 


6,050 


3,000 


1. 15 


1. 15 


6,960 


3,450 


153,000 


86, 300 


Camden 


150 


100 


1. 30 


1.25 


195 


125 


5,650 


3,500 


Chowan 


1, 600 


1,800 


1. 20 


1. 20 


1,920 


2, 160 


46, 100 


51,800 




600 


350 


1. 40 


1. 30 


840 


455 


24, 350 


12. 750 


Dare 


- 


10 


- 


1.00 


- 


10 


- 


300 




5,700 


6,000 


1.C0 


1. 10 


5,700 


6, 600 


148,000 


178,000 


Gates 


2,000 


1, 350 


1. 20 


1. 30 


2, 400 


1,760 


55, 200 


45,750 


Halifax. 


10,000 


6,000 


1.00 


1.05 


10,000 


6, 300 


270,000 


157, 500 


Hertford 


4,450 


2, 600 


1.00 


1. 10 


4, 450 


2,860 


97,900 


68,600 




4, 150 


4,500 


1. 20 


1. 10 


4.980 


4,950 


134, 500 


138,500 


Nash 


3,750 


3,000 


1. 35 


1.45 


5.060 


4,350 


157,000 


143. 500 


Northampton 


5, 500 


6,500 


1.00 


1. 10 


5, 500 


7, 150 


126,500 


186.000 


Pasquotank 


600 


270 


1. 25 


1. 25 


750 


340 


18,750 


9,520 


Perquimans 


900 


700 


1.00 


1. 20 


900 


840 


21.600 


21.000 


Tyrrell 


100 


70 


1. 20 


1.00 


120 


70 


3, 350 


2, 100 


Washington 


900 


700 


1. 25 


1. 20 


1. 125 


840 


30. 400 


21.850 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E. ).. 


46.450 


36,950 


i. in 


1. 14 


50 900 


42, 260 


1, 292. 300 


1. 126.970 


District 6 


















Beaufort 


600 


650 


1.70 


1.65 


1,020 


1,070 


30, 600 


33, 150 


Carteret 


350 


450 


1. 50 


1.75 


525 


790 


15,750 


28,450 


Craven 


1, 100 


800 


1. 55 


1.45 


1,700 


1, 160 


59, 500 


42,900 




500 


600 


1. 25 


2.00 


625 


1, 200 


21,900 


44, 400 


Hyde 


350 


400 


1.50 


1. 10 


525 


440 


14,700 


14,950 


Johnston 


2,000 


2, 100 


1. 20 


1.75 


2,400 


3,680 


76,800 


121. 500 


Jones 


400 


300 


1.60 


1. 50 


640 


450 


21,750 


16,650 


Lenoir .... 


700 


650 


1. 50 


1. 65 


1,050 


1,070 


36,750 


34. 250 


Paml ico 


300 


450 


1.50 


1. 50 


450 


680 


15,750 


23.800 


Pitt 


3,450 


3, 250 


1. 25 


1. 40 


4, 310 


4, 550 


125,000 


136, 500 


Wayne 


1,450 


1,750 


1. 75 


2.00 


2,540 


3, 500 


88,900 


129, 500 


Wi lson 


400 


600 


1. 25 


1. 15 


500 


690 


16. 500 


23.450 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


11,600 


12,000 


1.40 


1.61 


16, 285 


19, 280 


523, 900 


649, 500 


District y 


















Bladen 


3, 150 


3,700 


1.75 


1.95 


5,510 


7,220 


160,000 


216, 500 




850 


600 


1. DU 


1.90 


1 , 285 


1 1 a n 


■j rr , (UU 




Columbus 


2,600 


3, 100 


1.75 


1.95 


4,550 


6,050 


127,500 


187,500 


Cumber land 


2, 250 


2.750 


1.55 


1.45 


3,490 


3,990 


115,000 


143,500 


Duplin 


1,550 


1,400 


1.65 


1. 95 


2,560 


2,730 


34,500 


95,500 




2, 350 


1,700 


1. 15 


1.70 


2,700 


2, 890 


89, 100 


104,000 




1, 250 


1, 200 


1. 65 


1.95 


2,060 


2,340 


70,000 


77, 200 




500 


200 


1.40 


1. 30 


700 


260 


19,600 


8.580 




500 


400 


1. 25 


1.50 


625 


600 


19. 350 


21.000 




850 


900 


1.70 


1. 60 


1,445 


1,440 


41,900 


44,650 




4,650 


4,000 


1. 75 


2. 20 


8, 140 


8,800 


277,000 


308,000 




4,200 


4,400 


1.35 


1.60 


5,670 


7,040 


'.70,000 


253, 500 




2.400 


3.000 


1.40 


1.95 


3. 360 


5.850 


114.000 


210. 500 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.F ). . 


27, 100 


27.350 


1. 55 


1.84 


42^95 


50, 350 


1,322,650 


1,708,030 


STATE TOTAL 


447,000 


415,000 


1.35 


1.48 


605,000 


616,000 


18,755,000 


20 3 28,000 





ALL HAY- - Acres Harvested, 1969 




30 



FARM INCOME: Cash Receipts From Farming By Commodities and From Government Payments, 1963-1969 



COMMODITY 


1963 U 
Dollars 
(000) 


1964 U 
Dollars 
(000) 


1 965 // 
Dollars 
(000) 


1 Qfifi // 

J. J UU ~LJ 

Dollars 
(000) 


1 QR7 / / 

Dollars 
(000) 


1 QRR / / 
1 jDO J-/ 

Dollars 
(000) 


1 QRQ ?/ 

Dollars 
(000) 


1 QRQ 

i y t>y 

I of 
Total 

Sales 


LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCTS: TOTAL 


351, 048 


364, 872 


399, 895 


468, 865 


462, 608 


507, 757 


594, 127 


42.2 


MEAT ANIMALS, TOTAL 

Hogs 


81,917 

OU , D ID 

30, 992 
350 


86,293 

QA 1 

34, 173 
279 


97, 685 

CO Q7fi 

dz, y id 
34, 495 
214 


113, 705 
i £ , y to 
40,514 
213 


130,931 

OD ,10 1 

43,988 
176 


137, 302 

no /iic 

92 , 41b 
44,687 
199 


164,413 
118, 614 
45,619 
180 


11.6 
8. 4 

3.2 

* 


DAIRY PRODUCTS J/ 

Milk, Wholesale 

Milk, Retail 


68, 021 
65,356 
2, 665 


70,718 
68,306 
2, 412 


74, 189 
72,044 
2, 145 


78, 400 
76,260 
2, 140 


83,807 
81,728 
2, 079 


86, 182 
84, 022 
2, 160 


91,650 
89,355 
2 , 295 


6.6 
6.4 
i 

* A 


POULTRY AND EGGS J/ 

Eggs 

Chickens, Farm 


199, 273 
103, 222 
78, 071 
11,360 
5, 237 


204, 483 
101,465 
80,251 
15,819 
4, 951 


224, 481 
118, 176 
79, 958 
18, 338 
5,814 


274, 576 
139,374 
99,070 
25, 091 
6, 596 


245,888 
123,970 
88,068 
22,956 
6, 600 


282, 127 
140, 058 
96,482 
33, 466 
6, 948 


335, 660 
158, 869 
126, 741 
37, 106 
6, 677 


23.8 
11.3 
9.0 
2.6 
.4 


MISC. LIVESTOCK, TOTALS/... 
Wool 


1, 837 
860 
114 

23 


3,378 
2, 147 
117 

59 


3, 540 
2, 150 
92 
63 


2, 184 
777 
82 
28 


1,982 
778 
56 
62 


2, 146 
947 
44 
69 


2, 404 
1,210 
46 
86 


.2 

. 1 

* 

* 


ALL OTHER LIVESTOCK, TOTAL J/ 


2, 223 


3, 052 


3, 430 


5, 742 


5, 380 


6, 259 


7, 329 


. 5 


ALL CROPS: TOTAL 


810, 781 


856,456 


766, 890 


802,727 


833,078 


742, 902 


812, 034 


57.8 


FOOD GRAINS, TOTAL 

Wheat 

Rye 


9, 107 
8, 763 
344 


8,190 
7,769 
421 


6, 098 
5, 718 
380 


6, 590 
6, 137 
453 


8,801 
8,452 
349 


8,205 
7,884 
321 


7,270 
7, 030 
240 


.5 

.5 

* 


FEED CROPS, TOTAL 

Hay 

Sorghum Grain 

Ba r 1 ey 


55,378 
50,211 
2,371 
1 , 111 
1, 075 
610 


58, 753 
53,016 
2,461 
1, 339 
1, 158 
779 


61, 862 
56, 136 
2,407 
1, 651 
801 
867 


58, 072 
51,810 
2, 244 
1, 871 
1,358 
789 


63,822 
58, 235 
1,655 
1, 896 
1, 127 
909 


66, 665 
59, 967 
2,376 
1, 697 
1, 616 
1, 009 


65, 548 
58, 732 
2, 305 
1, 860 
1, 857 
794 


4. 7 
4.2 
. 1 
. 1 
. 1 
. i 


COTTON. TOTAL 

Cotton, Lint 

Cottonseed. . 


57, 116 
50, 866 
6, 250 


64,478 
58,472 
6, 006 


42, 542 
38, 803 
3 , 739 


14,377 
12, 121 

2, 256 


7,546 
6, 667 
879 


15,247 
12,838 
2, 409 


9,357 
7, 756 
1, 601 


.7 
.5 
. 1 


TOBACCO, TOTAL 


546, 599 


564, 154 


455, 140 


518, 800 


553, 253 


444,462 


515, 711 


36. 7 


OIL CROPS TOTAL 

Soybeans 

Peanuts 


74, 048 
38,605 
35, 443 


70, 308 
32, 183 
38, 125 


97, 210 
51, 986 
45, 224 


99, 922 
54, 877 
45, 045 


107,391 

68,684 
38, 707 


89,697 
46, 807 
42, 890 


94,385 
52,602 
41,783 


6.7 
3.7 
3.0 


POTATOES TOTAL 

Irish Potatoes 

Sweet Potatoes 


10, 649 
3, 905 
6, 744 


12, 148 
6, 927 
5,221 


17, 535 
10, 131 
7, 404 


11,255 
3, 514 
7, 741 


12,969 
4,624 
8,345 


16, 578 
5, 746 
10, 832 


14,320 
4,339 
9,981 


1.0 
.3 
.7 


VEGETABLES, TOTAL 


27,780 


31, 571 


37, 777 


35,724 


40, 501 


43,620 


42,287 


3.0 


FRUITS AND NUTS, TOTAL 

Strawberries 

Grapes 

Pecans 

Other Fruits and Nuts 


14, 941 
5, 955 
3,629 
1,499 
109 
691 
3, 058 


10,619 
4,317 
1, 127 
1, 560 
204 
355 
3, 056 


13,992 
5, 567 
2,451 
1, 892 
184 
594 
3, 304 


16, 968 
4,484 
5,473 
2,628 
226 
143 
4, 014 


16,625 
7,066 
3,515 
1, 124 
234 
509 
4, 177 


19, 762 
7,929 
5, 021 
1, 832 
320 
229 
4,431 


21, 501 
11, 105 
3,694 
1,161 
416 
871 
4; 254 


1.5 

. 8 
.2 

. 1 

* 

.1 

.3 


ALL OTHER CROPS, TOTAL 

Greenhouse and Nursery. . . . 

Lespedeza Seed 

Miscellaneous Crops 


25, 812 
12,269 
11, 569 
988 
865 


48,383 
28,277 
18,367 
817 
774 


52,269 
31,358 
19, 519 
568 
723 


52,274 
30, 878 
20, 000 
581 
766 


53, 139 
29, 770 
22, 126 
507 
736 


55, 244 
30, 059 
24, 146 
355 
684 


55,975 
30, 400 
24,551 
323 
701 


4.0 
2.2 

1.7 

* 

* 


TOTAL COMMODITIES SOLD 


1, 161, 829 


1, 221,328 


1, 166, 785 


1,271, 592 


1,295,686 


1,250,659 


1,406, 161 


100.0 


GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS 


31, 778 


35, 156 


43,412 


62,816 


61,696 


61, 592 


69,757 




TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS 


1, 193, 607 


1,256,484 


1, 210, 197 


1,334, 408 


1,357,382 


1,312,251 


1,475,918 





* Less than 0.05 percent. Included in group totals. JJ 1 963- 1 968 Rev i sed . 2J 1969 Prel iminary. JJ Individual commodity 
totals and percentages do not necessar i I y add to group totals because certain crops and livestock are duplicated in "other 



to avoid disclosure of con f i dent i a I data. 



FARM INCOME: 



Cash Receipts From Farming, Value Of Home Consumption, 
and Gross Farm Income, 1940-1969 



31 







CASH RECEIPTS PROM 


FARMING 




VALUE OF 


HOME CONSUMPTION 


Cash 
Receipts 
From 


Gross 










Total 












Rental 
Value 
Of 
Farm 
Dwellings 


Gross 


YEAR 


Livestock 


All 
Crops 


Cash 


Government 
Payments 


Total 


Livestock 






Farming 


Farm 




and 


Receipts 


Cash 


and 


Crops 


Total 


and value 


Income 




Products 


Prom 


Receipts 


Products 




of Home 








Marketings 










Consumption 





1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 



33,919 
44, 283 
64,918 
99,592 
110,309 
120.910 
119,893 
135, 150 
152,994 
161, 906 



Thousand Dollars 



167,322 
238,819 
359,288 
382,204 
494,303 
508, 159 
625, 535 
624,310 
630,097 
577,354 



201,241 
283, 102 
424, 206 
481, 796 
604, 612 
629,069 
745,428 
759,460 
783.091 
739,260 



14,876 
14,474 
22,443 
14,250 
16,421 
9,345 
9,677 
8,056 
7,905 
7,557 



216,117 
297,576 
446,649 
496,046 
621,033 
638,414 
755, 105 
767,516 
790,996 
746,817 



43,462 
49, 183 
58,464 
73,339 
74,974 
77,856 
93, 110 
112,417 
108,639 
87,091 

80,532 
95,286 
88,808 
87.218 
81, 105 
74,753 
67,922 
65,599 
65,773 
54,078 



31,202 
35, 166 
37,501 
41,614 
50, 185 
53,825 
61,526 
74,099 
60,790 
61,247 



74,664 
84,349 
95,965 
114, 953 
125, 159 
131,681 
154,636 
186,516 
169,429 
148,338 



290,781 
381,925 
542,614 
610,999 
746, 192 
770,095 
909,741 
954,032 
960,425 
895, 155 



45,800 



940,955 



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 



158,865 
196,451 
201, 033 
218,346 
224,015 
229,773 
243,451 
269,794 
314,218 
295, 611 



670,830 
771, 163 
741,072 
703,637 
710,353 
708,595 
733,210 
570.281 
657,538 
650,538 



829,695 
967,614 
942, 105 
921,983 
934,368 
938,368 
976,661 
840,075 
971,756 
946, 149 



8,800 
8,032 
6,790 
3,926 
6, 107 
7,292 
10,515 
26.439 
37.538 
10,625 



838,495 
975,646 
948,895 
925,909 
940,475 
945,660 
987, 176 
866,514 
1,009,294 
956,774 



63,563 
61,692 
63,838 
57,899 
54,951 
52,534 
52,480 
44,417 
47,222 
44,048 



144,095 
156,978 
152,646 
145, 117 
136,056 
127,287 
120,402 
110,016 
112, 995 
98, 126 



982,590 
1, 132.624 
1, 101,541 
1,071,026 
1,076,531 
1,072,947 
1,107,578 

976,530 
1, 122,289 
1,054,900 



45,300 
47, 100 
51,900 
54,600 
49,300 
54,600 
51,200 
50, 100 
60,000 
68,300 



1,027,890 
1, 179,724 
1.153,441 
1, 125.626 
1, 125,831 
1, 127,547 
1, 158,778 
1,026,630 
1, 182,289 
1, 123,200 



1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 



312.408 
325,216 
346.518 
351.048 
364.872 
399,895 
468,865 
462, 608 
507,757 
594, 127 



753,314 
792,094 
798,032 
810, 781 
856,456 
766,890 
802, 727 
833, 078 
742, 902 
812,034 



065,722 
117,310 
144,550 
161,829 



1,221,328 
1, 166,785 
1,271,592 
1,295,686 
1,250,659 
1,406, 161 



12,829 
32,012 
39,467 
31, 778 
35, 156 
43,412 
62,816 
61,696 
61,592 
69,757 



1,078,551 
1, 149,322 
1, 184.017 
1, 193,607 
1,256,484 
1,210, 197 
1,334,408 
1.357,382 
1,312,251 
1,475,918 



49,807 
45,907 
38,334 
34,533 
30,343 
30,776 
32,698 
28,078 
26,290 
28, 121 



41,872 
37,240 
33,338 
31,464 
28,999 
28,038 
26,073 
25, 131 
24,730 
23,243 



91,679 
83, 147 
71,672 
65,997 
59,342 
58,814 
58,771 
53,209 
51,020 
51,364 



1, 170,230 
1, 232,469 
1,255,689 
1,259, 604 
1, 315,826 
1,269,011 
1,393, 179 
1,410,591 
1,363,271 
1,527,282 



65,800 
71,200 
73,800 
74, 100 
76,600 
80, 500 
81,000 
86,200 
92,000 
100, 90C 



1,236,030 
1,303,669 
1,329,489 
1,333,704 
1,392,426 
1,349,511 
1,474, 179 
1,496,791 
1,455,271 
1,628, 182 



Mil. D0ls. 
1,500 



CASH RECEIPTS FROM FARM MARKETINGS, 1953-1969 



1,200 



900 



600 



300 




FARM INCOME: Cash Receipts From Crops, By Months, 1965-1969 



MUIN1H 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 




Do 1 1 ars 


% 




Do 1 1 ars 


X 




Do! /ars 


%_ 




Do/ /ars 


% 


Do //ars 


% 




(OOO J 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 




(OOO) 




January 


19, 875 


2. 


7 


14. 724 


1. 


8 


15, 022 


1 


8 


16, 200 


9 9 


14 1 "3fi 
XI , ioD 


1 7 


February 


10, 631 


1, 


4 


9, 039 


1 


1 


9, 497 


1 


1 


11 , 241 


1 5 


1 f) S>DQ 

X \J , ^Ut7 




March 


8, 064 


1 


1 


10, 119 


1 , 


3 


10, 601 


1 


•? 

O 




1 4 

X.I 


Q Q47 


1 9 


April 


7, 184 


1. 





9, 626 


1. 


2 


9, 012 


1 


1 


10, 528 


1 4 


1 f) 4Q7 




May 


7,400 


1. 





12,667 


1. 


6 


11,056 


1 


3 


11,994 


1.6 


10, 674 


1.3 


June 


22,493 


3. 





24, 644 


3 


1 


26, 999 


3 


2 


28, 146 


3.8 


24,928 


3. 1 


July 


17, 166 


2 


3 


21,754 


2 


7 


24,310 


2 


9 


29,455 


4.0 


31,648 


3.9 


A iia r iic+- 

rt Ug Uo L 


82.776 


11 


1 


84,486 


10. 


5 


101,867 


12 


2 


87,257 


11.7 


125.521 


15.5 


September 


234.815 


31. 


6 


254.062 


31. 


6 


181, 184 


21 


8 


242,325 


32.6 


275,016 


33.9 


October 


215,528 


29 





191, 774 


23 


9 


235, 515 


28 


3 


203,885 


27.4 


188,064 


23. 1 


November 


84.984 


11. 


5 


138,272 


17. 


2 


158, 013 


19 





62, 121 


8.4 


72,515 


8.9 


December 


31.690 


4. 


3 


32.341 


4. 





50,002 


6 





29,741 


4.0 


38,879 


4.8 


TOTAL 


742,606 


100. 





803.508 


100. 





833, 078 


100 





742, 902 


100.0 


812.034 


100.0 



FARM INCOME: Cash Receipts From Livestock and Livestock Products, By Months, 1965-1969 



MONTH 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 




Do 1 1 ars 


% 




Dot /ars 


% 




Do 1 1 ars 


%_ 




Do 1 /ars 


X 




Dot tars 


JL 




(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 




January 


29,421 


7. 


3 


35,792 


7 


6 


39,788 


8 


6 


41, 119 


8 


1 


45,338 


7.6 


February 


27,058 


6. 


8 


35,770 


7 


6 


35,829 


7 


7 


38.392 


7 


6 


38,965 


6.6 


March 


32,262 


8. 


1 


41,289 


8 


8 


39,675 


8 


6 


40,463 


8 





44,367 


7.5 


April 


31, 193 


7. 


8 


39,675 


8. 


5 


35,636 


7 


7 


40.081 


7 


9 


44,901 


7.6 


May 


31.826 


8. 





39,723 


8. 


5 


40,262 


8 


7 


43,446 


8 


6 


47.608 


8.0 


June 


34.119 


8. 


5 


38.864 


8. 


3 


39,057 


8. 


4 


40,202 


7 


9 


47.636 


8.0 


July 


34.091 


8. 


5 


37, 132 


7 


9 


38, 793 


8. 


4 


44,397 


8 


7 


53.381 


9.0 


August 


35,200 


8. 


8 


42,020 


9 





39, 769 


8. 


6 


43,590 


8 


6 


53, 153 


8.9 


September 


35,872 


9. 





41,817 


8. 


9 


39,912 


8. 


6 


44, 246 


8 


7 


54,607 


9.2 


October 


35,981 


9. 





39,889 


8. 


5 


40,580 


8 


8 


47,253 


9 


3 


57.299 


9.6 


November 


35,421 


8. 


9 


39,466 


8. 


4 


37,601 


8 


2 


41,942 


8 


2 


51,878 


8.7 


December 


37,257 


9. 


3 


37,342 


8. 





35,706 


7. 


7 


42,626 


8 


4 


54,994 


9.3 


TOTAL 


399,701 


100. 





468,779 


100. 





462, 608 


100. 





507,757 


100. 





594, 127 


100.0 



FARM INCOME: Total cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, By Months, 1965-1969 



MONTH 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 




Do 1 1 ars 


JL 




Do 1 1 ars 


% 




Do 1 /ars 


%_ 




Do/ I ars 


JL 




Dot /ars 


JL 




(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 






(OOO) 




January 


49,296 


4 


3 


50,516 


4 





54,810 


4 


2 


57,319 


4 


6 


59,474 


4.2 


February 


37,689 


3 


3 


44,809 


3 


5 


45,326 


3 


5 


49,633 


4 





49, 174 


3.5 


March 


40,326 


3 


5 


51,408 


4 





50,276 


3 


9 


50,472 


4 





54,314 


3.9 


April 


38,377 


3. 


4 


49,301 


3 


9 


44,648 


3. 


4 


50,609 


4 





55,398 


3.9 


May 


39.226 


3 


4 


52,390 


4 


1 


51,318 


4. 





55,440 


4 


4 


58,282 


4. 1 


June 


56,612 


5 





63,508 


5 





66,056 


5 


1 


68,348 


5 


5 


72,564 


5.2 


July 


51,257 


4 


5 


58,886 


4 


6 


63, 103 


4. 


9 


73,852 


5 


9 


85,029 


6.0 


August 


117,976 


10 


3 


126,506 


9 


9 


141,636 


11 





130,847 


10 


4 


178,674 


12.7 


September 


270,687 


23 


7 


295,879 


23 


3 


221,096 


17 


1 


286,571 


23. 





329,623 


23.5 


October 


251,509 


22 





231,663 


18. 


2 


276,095 


21. 


3 


251, 138 


20. 


1 


245,363 


17.5 


November 


120,405 


10 


6 


177,738 


14 





195,614 


15. 





104,063 


8. 


3 


124,393 


8.8 


December 


68, 947 


6 





69,683 


5. 


5 


85,708 


6. 


6 


72,367 


5. 


8 


93,873 


6.7 


TOTAL 


1, 142,307 


100 





1,272,287 


100 





1,295,686 


100. 





1,250,659 


100. 





1,406, 161 


100.0 



FARM INCOME: Realized Gross and Net Income Of Farm Operators From Farming, 1 952-1969 



33 











REALIZED GROSS FARM INCOME 












































Fa rm 


Ppn 1 i 7pH 


Net Change 


Total 




































Cash Receipts 




Value 


Gross Rental 






Production 


Net Farm 


In Farm 


Net Farm 


YEAR 


From Farm 


Government 


Of Home 


Value Of Farm 


Total ' 


Expenses 


Income JJ 


Inventories 


Income J J 




Marketings 


Payments 


Consumption 


Dwellings 




































Million Do 1 1 a rs 














1 952 


942 


1 


6 


8 


152 


6 


51 


9 


1153 


5 


517 


1 


636 


4 


- 14 


2 


622.2 


1953 


922 





3 


9 


145 


1 


54 


6 


1125 


6 


519 


9 


605 


7 


- 11 


7 


594! 


1954 


934 


4 


6 


1 


136 


1 


49 


3 


1125 


8 


531 


6 


594 


2 


- 15 


1 


579. 1 


1955 


938 


4 


7 


3 


127 


3 


54 


6 


1127 


5 


553 


9 


573 


6 


28 


8 


602. 4 


1956 


976. 


7 


10 


5 


120 


4 


51 


2 


1158 


8 


582 


2 


576 


6 


11 


8 


588. 4 


1957 


840 


1 


26 


4 


110 





50 


1 


1026 


6 


583 


3 


443 


3 


- 27 


4 


415.9 


1958 


0*7 1 

y 1 1 


Q 
O 




c 
D 


i n 
1 lo 


U 







1182 


3 


637 


1 


545 


9 


6 


5 


551 . 7 


1959 


946 


3 


10 


6 


98 


2 


68 


3 


1123 


4 


659 


2 


464 


3 


- 2 


1 


462 . 2 


1960 


1066 


3 


12 


8 


94 


6 


65 


8 


1239 


5 


667 


5 


572 





- 5 


2 


566. 7 


1961 


1119 


5 


32 





89 


3 


71 


2 


1311 


9 


690 


9 


621 





- 1 


7 


619. 3 


1 962 


1158 


9 


39 


5 


82 





73 


8 


1354 


1 


720 


8 


633 


3 


- 1 


2 


632. 1 


1963 


1185 





31 


8 


76 


1 


74 


1 


1367 





760 


6 


606 


4 


7 


6 


614.0 


1964 


1227 


8 


35 


9 


69 


6 


76 


6 


1409 


2 


783 


5 


625 


7 


5 


7 


631.3 


1965 


1142 


3 


43 


4 


58 


8 


80 


5 


1325 


1 


796 


4 


528 


7 


- 9 


5 


519.2 


1966 


1272 


3 


62 


8 


58 


8 


81 





1474 


9 


841 


7 


633 


2 


6 


4 


639.6 


1967 


1295 


7 


61 


7 


53. 


2 


86 


2 


1496 


8 


881 





615 


8 


21 


6 


637.5 


1968 


1250 


7 


61 


6 


51. 





92. 





1455 


3 


887 


7 


567 


6 


- 12 


1 


555. 5 


1969 2J 


1406 


o 


69 


8 


51 


4 


100 


9 


1628 


2 


941. 


4 


686 


8 


35 


5 


722.3 



NOTE: Details may not add *o totals because of rounding. JJ Of Farm Operators. 2J Preliminary. 



Realized Gross and Net Income Per Farm, 1952-1969 
North Carolina and United States 





NORTH CAROLINA 


UNITED STATES 


YEAR 


Realized Gross 


Realized Net 


Realized Gross 


Realized Net 




Income Per 


Income Per 


Income Per 


Income Per 




Farm JJ 


Farm 2/ 


Farm JJ 


Farm £/ 




Do 1 1 a rs 


Do liars 


1952 


4, 105 


2,265 


7, 072 


2,718 


1953 


4, 138 


2, 227 


7, 020 


2,751 


1954 


4, 216 


2,225 


7, 000 


2, 503 


1955 


4, 337 


2, 206 


7, 121 


2,417 


1956 


4. 635 


2, 306 


7, 593 


2, 636 


1957 


4,278 


1, 847 


7, 777 


2, 449 


1958 


5, 140 


2,370 


8, 956 


2 , 994 


1959 


5, 106 


2,110 


9, 144 


2, 773 


1960 


5, 847 


2, 698 


9, 614 


2, 962 


1961 


6, 400 


3, 029 


10,407 


3,309 


1962 


6, 874 


3, 215 


11, 195 


3,424 


1963 


7, 233 


3, 209 


11,870 


3, 533 


1964 


7, 829 


3,476 


12,368 


3, 802 


1965 


7, 572 


3, 021 


13,452 


4, 190 


1966 


8, 676 


3, 725 


15,358 


5, 044 


1967 


8, 910 


3, 666 


15, 572 


4, 520 


1968 


8, 820 


3,440 


16, 710 


4, 919 


1969 1/ 


10, 113 


4,266 


18,377 


5,437 



JJ Excludes changes in inventories. £J Excludes changes inventories and rep resents 
income of farm operators. Ji/ Preliminary. 



Source of Cash Receipts from Sale of 
Livestock and Products, 1969 



Source of Cash Receipts from Sale 
of Crops, 1969 



FARM INCOME: Cash Receipts From Marketings Of Livestock and Livestock Products, 
Crops, and From Government Payments, By States, 1969 



STATE 


LIVESTOCK AND 
LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 


CROPS 


TOTAL LIVESTOCK 
LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 
AND CROPS 


GOVERNMENT 
PAYMENTS 


LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCTS 
CROPS AND 
GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS 


AND 
REGION 


1969 


Rank 
in 
Nation 
1969 


1969 


Rank 
In 
Nat ion 
1959 


1969 


Rank 
In 
Nation 
1969 


1969 


1969 


Rank 
In 
Nation 
1969 




000 0c 3'5 




OOO Do I lars 




OOO Dol 1 ars 




OOO Do 1 lars 


OOO Do/ lars 




Maine 

New Hampshire . . . 

[YlClooCiLliLloCL/L'O. ■ ■ 
tVllUUtT J. o IdllLl . • ■ . 

Connect ieut 

Pennsylvania. . . . 


158,434 
44.222 
137, 497 
91 , 001 
11,018 
104, 606 
788, 376 
102, 934 
752, 264 


39 
47 
40 
44 
49 
42 
13 
43 
15 


81, 065 
12,877 
14,331 
74,999 
10,003 
61, 515 
292,419 
146,633 
236,880 


39 
43 
43 
40 
43 
41 
23 
33 
28 


239, 499 
57,099 
151,828 
166, 000 
21,021 
166, 121 
1,080,795 
249,567 
989, 144 


38 
48 
44 
43 
49 
42 
15 
37 
18 


1, 901 
581 

1,444 
Do y 

808 
25,453 
4,889 
27,866 


241, 400 
57, 680 
153, 272 
166,639 
21,090 
166,929 
1, 106, 248 
254,456 
1,017,010 


38 
48 
44 
43 
49 
42 
16 
37 
20 


N. ATLANTIC 


2. 190,352 




930,722 




3, 121, 074 




63,650 


3, 184,724 




i n 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 


769, 955 
816, 595 

1, 342, 199 
480, 162 

1,313, 149 


14 
10 

5 
23 
7 


483,867 
670,518 
1,360,758 
383, 154 
211, 632 


13 
7 
2 
13 
31 


1,253,822 
1, 487, 113 
2,702,957 
863, 316 
1,524,781 


13 
9 
4 

22 
8 


132, 164 
195, 374 
73, 394 
56,346 


1,357,246 
1,619,277 
2,898,331 
936,710 
1, 581, 127 


13 
8 
4 
23 
10 


E. N. CENTRAL. . . 


4,722,060 


- 


3. 109, 929 


- 


7, 831, 989 


- 


560, 702 


8, 392, 691 


- 


Minnesota 

M i ccnur l 

North Dakota. . . . 
South Dakota. . . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 


1,341,693 
2,857,721 
1, 031, 985 
264,997 
802, 766 
1, 399, 187 
1, 144, 393 


6 
1 
9 
33 
11 
4 
8 


615, 756 
930,299 
413,975 
479, 260 
183, 251 
534, 158 
573, 360 


8 
5 
15 
14 
33 
10 
9 


1,957,449 
3,788,020 
1,445,960 
744, 257 
986,017 
1,933,345 
1,717,753 


5 
2 
10 
25 
19 
6 
7 


171, 156 

OKI 

1 t\£ ORQ 

i oo , ^jy 
162,966 
94,361 
200, 603 
235, 247 


2, 128, 605 
4,048,371 
1,602,219 
907,223 
1,080,378 
2, 133,948 
1, 953,000 


6 
2 
9 
24 
18 
5 
7 


W. N. CENTRAL... 


8,842,742 




3,730,059 




12, 572, 801 




1, 280, 943 


13, 853, 744 




Maryland 

V ire i n i a 

North Carolina. . 


107, 039 
265, 532 
328,440 
80,012 
594, 127 


41 
32 
28 
45 
18 


43,881 
123, 793 
248,258 

25,784 
812,034 


42 
37 
27 
45 

6 


150,920 
389, 325 
576,698 
105,796 
1, 406, 161 


45 
36 
30 
46 
11 


2, 161 
8,602 
19, 654 

Q Q77 

0,011 

69, 757 


153, 081 
397, 927 
596,352 
109,673 
1,475,918 


45 
36 
32 
46 
11 


South Carolina. . 

Georgia 

Florida 


165,512 
740,445 
382, 141 


38 
16 

25 


234, 634 
407,432 
960, 974 


29 
16 
4 


400, 146 
1, 147,877 
1, 343, 115 


34 
14 
12 


56, 189 
86,089 
19, 284 


456, 335 
1, 233, 966 
1, 362, 399 


34 
14 
12 


S. ATLANTIC 


2, 663, 248 




2, 856, 790 




5,520,038 




265, 613 


5, 785,651 




Kentucky 

Tennessee 

A 1 oKomo 

Miccicci nni 

Arkansas 

Oklahoma 

Texas 


487, 748 
414, 176 
526,859 
481, 509 
534, 006 
254, 374 
678,021 
1, 782, 523 


21 
24 
20 
22 
19 
35 
17 
2 


398,386 
259, 256 
195, 695 
325,737 
504, 902 
317,827 
261,258 
1, 122, 738 


17 

25 
32 
20 
11 
21 
25 
3 


886, 134 
673, 432 
722,554 
807, 246 

1,038,908 
572, 201 
939, 279 

2,905,261 


21 
27 
26 
23 
16 
31 
20 
3 


52,513 
73, 724 

89 fH9 

133, 61 1 
82,488 
52, 266 
115,214 
505,248 


938, 647 
747, 156 
804,586 
940,857 
1, 121, 396 
624,467 
1, 054, 493 
3, 410, 509 


22 
27 
26 
21 
15 
30 
19 
3 


S. CENTRAL 


5, 159, 216 




3,385,799 




8,545,015 




1,097,096 


9,642, 111 




Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Oregon 

Hawaii 


352,740 
278,892 
188,404 
795,830 
298, 871 
369, 398 
166,482 

62, 702 
282,874 
256,212 
1, 765,820 
2,935 

39,986 


27 
31 
36 
12 
29 
26 
37 
46 
30 
34 
3 
50 
48 


181,464 
352,436 

36, 216 
219,978 

91, 451 
292, 606 

42, 969 

13,458 
491,683 
289,963 
2,605,440 
861 
158, 571 


34 
19 
44 
30 
33 
22 
43 
47 
12 
24 
1 
50 
35 


534, 204 
631,328 
224,620 

1,015, 808 
390, 322 
662, 004 
209,451 
76, 160 
774,557 
546, 175 

4,371,260 
3,796 
198, 557 


33 
29 
39 
17 
35 
28 
40 
47 
24 
32 
1 
50 
41 


80,081 
46,086 
14,349 
66,492 
41,647 
47,850 
11,810 
1 , 884 

ec OQQ 

ob, otsy 
24,343 
123, 206 
123 
10, 954 


614, 285 
677,414 
238,969 

1,082,300 
431, 969 
709,854 
221, 261 
78, 044 
831,446 
570, 518 

4, 494, 466 
3,919 
209, 511 


31 
29 
39 
17 
35 
28 
40 
47 
25 
33 
1 
50 
41 


WESTERN 


4,861, 146 




4.777,096 




9,638,242 




525, 714 


10, 163,956 




UNITED STATES. . . 


28,438,764 




18,790,395 




47,229, 159 




3, 793, 718 


51,022,877 





FARM PRODUCTION EXPENSES, 1949-1969 















CURRENT FARM OPERATING 


EXPENSES 








Total 


Deprecia- 
















YEAR 


Feed 


Livestock 


Seed 
JJ 


Fertilizer 
and 
Lime 


Repairs & 
Operation 
Of capital 

Items.*?/ 


Miscel- 
laneous 
2/ 


Hired 
Labor 

A/ 


Current 
Farm 
Operating 
Expenses 


tion 
and Other 
Consumption 
Of Farm 
Capitals 


Taxes 
On Farm 
Property 


Interest 
On Farm 
Mortgage 
Debt 


Net Rent 

To 
Nonfarm 
Landlords 


Total 
Production 
Expenses 


























Million Dollars 






















1949 


43 


4 


8 


2 


10. 


5 


82 


o 


63. 


g 


37. 


7 


£ o 
JO. 


4 


oU4 


2 


57. 


4 


12 


4 


4. 


7 


26. 


8 


405.6 


1950 


45 


7 


8 


3 


10. 


o 


82 


5 


68. 


5 


36. 





C 1 


- 




on 

6 LA 


5 


65. 


5 


12 


6 


5. 





36. 


8 


432.4 


1951 


57. 


2 


10 


g 


10. 


g 


82. 


g 


76. 


7 


43. 


4 


DO. 


i 


OA C 


7 


77. 


6 


13. 


8 


6. 





46. 


1 


490.2 


1952 


67 


3 


U 


g 


11. 


5 


85 


5 


85. 


5 


43. 


3 


67. 


7 


372. 


g 


84. 





14 


1 


6 


g 


39. 


1 


517. 1 


1953 


66 


g 


12 


8 


11. 


3 


80 


o 


91. 


o 


42. 


8 


68. 


9 


373. 


3 


90 


4 


14 


6 


7 


8 


33. 


8 


519.9 


1954 


73 


4 


13 


8 


10. 


o 


76 


2 


92. 


3 


38. 


5 


72. 


8 


376 


g 


94. 


3 


14 


8 


8 


6 


37. 





531.6 


1955 


74 


3 


15 


5 


1 1 


4 


74 


3 


98. 


2 


45. 


9 


72. 





391 


g 


102. 


4 


15 


4 


g 


4 


35. 


1 


553.9 


1956 


86 


7 


18. 


1 


9. 


g 


68 


7 


102. 


3 


51. 





78. 


5 


415 


3 


101. 


1 


15 


4 


10 


2 


40. 


2 


582.2 


1957 


94 


4 


19. 


5 


10. 


1 


65 


1 


106. 





47. 


6 


80. 


4 


423 


1 


105. 


2 


15. 


6 


11 





28. 


3 


583.3 


1958 


113 


9 


25. 


6 


10. 


2 


66 


7 


109. 


6 


53. 


8 


80. 


1 


460 





113. 


1 


16 


4 


11. 


9 


35. 


8 


637. 1 


1959 


114. 


7 


19. 


6 


9. 


8 


74 


9 


115. 


6 


58. 


1 


83. 





475 


8 


122. 


8 


17 


7 


12 


9 


30. 





659.2 


1960 


117. 


9 


26 


5 


10. 


7 


70 





112. 


6 


58. 


5 


79. 


5 


475 


7 


121 


7 


18 


8 


14. 


1 


37. 


3 


667.5 


1961 


127 


4 


26. 


2 


10. 


5 


70 


8 


112. 


4 


59. 


5 


85 





491 


9 


123. 


7 


20 


2 


15 


3 


39. 


7 


690.9 


1962 


138. 


4 


27 


1 


10. 


2 


71. 


4 


115. 


6 


64. 





84. 


1 


510 


8 


130. 


7 


21 


6 


16 


7 


41. 





720.8 


1963 


146. 


8 


29. 


4 


11. 


2 


71. 


8 


115. 


7 


68. 


2 


98. 


9 


542 





135 


1 


23 


6 


18. 


2 


41. 


8 


760.6 


1964 


149 


7 


27. 


2 


12. 


1 


74 


7 


114. 


8 


79. 


1 


94. 





551 


7 


143. 


6 


24 


5 


20 





43. 


7 


783.5 


1965 


156 


9 


33. 





13. 


7 


73 


5 


119. 





79. 


8 


90 


3 


566 


2 


146 


8 


25 


7 


22 


1 


35. 


6 


796.4 


1966 


171. 


2 


37 


2 


13. 


3 


75 





123. 


5 


85. 


3 


92. 


4 


597 


8 


154 


7 


26 


8 


24 





38. 


3 


841.7 


1967 


180 


2 


32. 


6 


15. 


6 


78 


7 


132. 





92. 


2 


85. 


7 


617 





169 


4 


29 





26 


4 


39. 


2 


881.0 


1968 


173 


2 


37. 





14. 


8 


71 


1 


136. 


1 


97. 


1 


85 


3 


614 


5 


184 





31 


4 


29 





28. 


7 


887.7 


1969 


189 


9 


41 


5 


15. 


7 


64 


5 


142. 


1 


98. 


7 


85 


7 


638 





200 


7 


34 


2 


31 


7 


36. 


8 


941.4 



JJ Includes bulbs, plants and trees. _2J Repairs and ma in tenance of bu i I d i ngs , motor vehicles and other mach inery , and petro I eum fuel and oil 
used in the farm business. _J/ Includes interest on non - rea I - es ta te debt, pesticides, ginning, electricity and telephones, livestock marketing 
charges, containers, milk hauling, irrigation, grazing, binding materials, tolls for sirup, horses and mules, harness and saddlery, black- 
smithing and hardware , veterinary services and medicines, net insurance premium (crop, fire wind and hail/ and miscellaneous dairy, nursery , 
greenhouse, apiary and other supplies. jt/ Includes cash wages, perquisites and (1951 to date) social security taxes paid by employers. 
_5/ Includes depreciation and accidental damage to farm buildings and depreciation of motor vehicles and other farm machinery and equipment. 



FARM WAGE RATES BY QUARTERS, 1955-1970 



YEAR 
AND 
QUARTER 


PER DAY 


per 
Hour 

Without 
Board 

Or Room 


YEAR 
AND 
QUARTER 


PER DAY 


Per 
Hour 

Without 
Board 

Or Room 


YEAR 
AND 
QUARTER 


PER DAY 


per 
Hour 

Without 
Board 

Or Room 


YEAR 
AND 
QUARTER 


PER DAY 


per 
Hour 

Without 
Board 

Or Room 


With 
House 


Without 
Board 
Or Room 


With 
House 


Without 
Board 
Or Room 


With 
House 


Without 

Board 
Or Room 


With 
House 


Without 
Board 
Or Room 








Do 1 lars 










Do I lars 










Do I lars 








Do 1 lars 




1955 












1959 












1963 












1967 








January 


4. 


35 


5. 


00 


.60 


January 


4. 


65 


5. 


50 


.69 


January 


5. 


30 


6 


10 


.78 


January 


6. 50 


7.60 


.97 


April 


4. 


25 


5. 


00 


.59 


April 


4. 


65 


5. 


60 


.69 


April 


5. 


40 


6. 


20 


.79 


April 


6.90 


8. 10 


.85 


July 


4. 


35 


5. 


00 


.60 


July 


4. 


85 


5. 


80 


.70 


July 


5. 


40 


6. 


30 


.76 


July 


7.00 


8. 10 


1.00 


October 


4. 


35 


5. 


10 


.61 


October 


4. 


85 


5. 


80 


.70 


October 


5. 


50 


6 


50 


.79 


October 


7. 40 


8.40 


1.05 


1956 












1960 












1964 












1968 








January 


4. 


70 


5. 


50 


.66 


January 


4. 


85 


5 


70 


.70 


January 


5. 


40 


6. 


30 


.79 


January 


7.30 


8.40 


.92 


April 


4. 


50 


5. 


30 


.65 


April 


4 


85 


5. 


70 


.71 


April 


5. 


50 


6 


50 


.80 


April 


7.60 


8.80 


.95 


July 


4. 


70 


5. 


50 


.65 


July 


5. 


00 


5. 


70 


.69 


July 


5. 


50 


6 


50 


.80 


July 


7.90 


9. 10 


1. 13 


October 


4 


80 


5. 


60 


.67 


October 


4 


95 


5 


70 


.71 


October 


5. 


70 


6 


80 


.82 


October 


8.40 


9.60 


1.20 


1957 












1961 












1965 












1969 








January 


4 


80 


5 


60 


.68 


January 


5 


10 


5 


80 


.72 


January 


5. 


60 


6 


60 


.83 


January 


8.00 


9.30 


1.20 


April 


4 


60 


5. 


70 


.70 


April 


4 


95 


5 


80 


.73 


April 


5. 


80 


6 


70 


.84 


April 


8.30 


9.60 


1.21 


July 


4 


70 


5 


50 


.67 


July 


5 


00 


5 


80 


.70 


July 


5. 


80 


6 


80 


.84 


July 


8.60 


9.80 


1.24 


October 


4 


80 


5 


60 


.68 


October 


5 


20 


6 


00 


.74 


October 


6 


10 


7 


20 


.88 


October 


8.80 


10.20 


1.28 


1958 












1962 












1966 












1970 








January 


4 


65 


5 


50 


.67 


January 


5 


10 


5 


90 


.74 


January 


6. 


10 


7 


00 


.89 


January 


9.00 


10.40 


1.33 


April 


4 


55 


5 


50 


.70 


April 


5 


20 


6 


10 


.76 


April 


6. 


10 


7 


20 


.91 


April 


9. 10 


10.60 


1.32 


July 


4 


65 


5 


60 


.65 


July 


5 


30 


6 


20 


.74 


July 


6. 


30 


7 


30 


.92 


July 


9.20 


10.70 


1.33 


October 


4 


65 


5 


50 


.65 


October 


5 


30 


6 


20 


.76 


October 


6. 


80 


7 


70 


.97 


October 


9.40 


10.90 


1.38 



36 



CROPS: Counties Leading In Production, 1969 



CORN FOR GRAIN 


CORN FOR 


SILAGE 


SOYBEANS 


WHEAT 


County 


Bushels 


County 


Tons 


County 


Bushels 


County 


Bushels 


Wayne 


5,310,000 


Hpnri priori 


i no nnn 

i. UO , UUU 


Beaufort 


1,589,000 


Union 


561,000 


Robeson 


4,944,000 


T rpHp 1 1 


i m nnn 

l Uo , UUU 


Robeson 


1, 137, 000 


Rowan 


280,000 


Pitt 


4, 543,000 


duulaj" iiiut; 


en nnn 
yo , uuu 


Union 


865, 000 


Stanly 


257,500 


Johnston 


4, 102,000 




7r nnn 
/ D , uuu 


Hyde 


852,000 


Wilson 


255,000 


Sampson 


3, 678, 000 




Do , DUU 


Johnston 


848, 000 


Person 


254, 500 


Duplin 


6 , oo4 , UUU 




7nn 


VYdbnillgLUIl 


q 1 q nnn 
oiy, UUU 


Currituck 


250, UUU 


Lenoir 


2,930,000 


Alamance 


56,300 


Pasquotank 


816, 000 


Pasquotank 


250,000 


Greene 


2,812,000 


Wake 


53,900 


Perquimans 


803, 000 


Nash 


227,500 


Edgecombe 


2, 764,000 


Davie 


52,800 


Pitt 


711, 000 


Camden 


220,500 


Wilson 


2,671,000 


Orange 


49,000 


Harnett 


667,000 


Randolph 


211,000 



TOBACCO 


COTTON 


SWEET POTATOES 


IRISH POTATOES 


County 


Pounds 


County 


500-Pound 
Bales (GW) 


County 


Hundred- 
weight 


County 


Hundred- 
weight 


Johnston 

Pitt 

Robeson 

Wilson 

Nash 

Columbus 

Wake 

Wayne 

Sampson 

Harnett 


38,200, 000 
36,407,000 
32,578,000 
30,273,000 
29, 526, 000 
29,425, 000 
28, 665, 000 
25,009,000 
23, 985, 000 
23, 146,000 


Robeson 

Northampton 

Halifax 

Scotland 

Cleveland 

Sampson 

Hoke 

Union 

Anson 

Edgecombe 


12,900 
11,800 
11,400 
9, 950 
8, 650 
6, 500 
4,390 
3, 580 
3,530 
3,450 


Johnston 

Sampson 

Wilson 

Columbus 

Nash 

Harnett 

Cumberland 

Duplin 

Robeson 

Pender 


880, 000 
744, 000 
336,000 
280, 000 
217,500 
188, 500 
112, 000 
91,000 
63 , 000 
62,100 


Pasquotank 

Camden 

Beaufort 

Tyrrell 

Currituck 

Carteret 

Pamlico 

Ashe 

Lenoir 

Wayne 


409,500 
225,000 
195,750 
154,000 
135,000 
130, 500 
94,250 
72,500 
72,000 
50,000 



OATS 


PEANUTS 


LESPEDEZA SEED 


ALL HAY 


County 


Bushels 


County 


Pounds 


County 


Pounds 


County 


Tons 


Rowan 


338, 000 


Northampton 


66,375, 000 


Beaufort 


216,000 


Ashe 


25,800 


Iredell 


319, 500 


Halifax 


53, 856, 000 


Randolph 


171, 000 


Buncombe 


24,750 


Union 


279,500 


Bertie 


44,256,000 


Lincoln 


142, 500 


Alleghany 


21,000 


Alamance 


207, 000 


Martin 


33,770,000 


Cabarrus 


137,000 


Iredell 


20,250 


Cabarrus 


202, 500 


Hertford 


31, 710, 000 


Alamance 


110,000 


Wilkes 


16,600 


Stanly 


195,000 


Edgecombe 


28,281,000 


Anson 


105,500 


Madison 


16,500 


Randolph 


185, 000 


Gates 


17,686,000 


Rowan 


99,000 


Davidson 


15,850 


Wilson 


180,000 


Chowan 


16,430,000 


Cleveland 


90, 000 


Rowan 


15,400 


Guilford 


178, 500 


Pitt 


12,395,000 


Iredell 


79,200 


Surry 


14,500 


Perquimans 


174,000 


Perquimans 


8,375,000 


Union 


72,000 


Mecklenburg 


12,700 



AGRICULTURE: How North Carolina Ranks 
Among States 



FARMS! Numbers, Land In Farms, Average Sizes, 1952-1971 



37 



1st in farm population (1960 U. S. Census) 
1st in flue-cured tobacco production 
1st in total tobacco production 
1st in value of home consumption from crops 
and livestock 



1st 


in 


cash receipts from Farm Forestry 


2nd 


in 


number of farms 


2nd 


in 


peanut production 


2nd 


in 


sweet potato production 


3rd 


in 


egg production 


3rd 


in 


turkey production 


4th 


in 


commercial broiler production 


6th 


in 


cash farm income from crops 


7th 


in 


peach production 


8th 


in 


apple production 


10th 


in 


number of hogs on farms 


11th 


in 


soybean production 


11th 


in 


hog production 


13th 


in 


corn production for grain 


14th 


in 


sorghum grain production 


18th 


in 


cash farm income from livestock 


19th 


in 


oat production 


20th 


in 


winter wheat production 


2lst 


in 


Irish potato production 


22nd 


in 


number of milk cows on farms 


23rd 


in 


milk production 


35th 


in 


number of all cattle on farms. 



NOTE: Production figures are for 1970. Income 
figures are for 1969. Inventory numbers 
are as of January 1, 1971. 





NORTH CAROLINA 


UNITED STATES M 




Number 


Land 


Average 


Number 


Land 


Average 


YEAR 


Of 


In 


Size 


Of 


in 


Size Of 




Farms 


Farms 


Of Farm 


Farms 


Farms 


Farms 






Thous . 






Thous. 






Thous . 


Acres 


Acres 


Thous . 


Acres 


Acres 


1952 


981 

& Ol 


1 q 4nn 
i y , iuu 


RQ 

oy 


^ 1 QR 

o , i y o 


1 90d QQn 

i , zu4 , yo u 


9*3 9 
ZoZ 


1953 


9"79 

z <z 


i y , zuu 


71 
/ J. 


A QQ/I 

4 , yo4 


1 one T/i n 
1 , ZUO, i4u 


9/1 9 

Z4Z 


1954 


9R7 


1 a Qnn 


71 
1 1 


A 7QQ 

4 , too 


i one occ 
1 , ZUo, oOO 


9£1 

ZOi 


1955 


ZOU 


1 a 7fin 


79 
1 Z 


4 RR4 
1 , DDI 


1 9m onn 
i , zui , yuu 


9R8 
ZOo 


1956 


ZOU 


1 Q cnn 
lo, OUU 


7/t 
/4 


A c 1 /I 

4,014 


1 1 Qf? C\HC\ 

1 , 1 y 1 , U 1 u 


ZoO 


1957 


940 
Z4U 


i q o nn 

i O , oUU 


7R 

to 


A Q 79 

1, o i Z 


i 1 oi Q/i n 
i , i y i , o4u 


979 

Z iZ 


1958 


ZoU 


1 a 1 nn 

lo, 1 uu 


7Q 

t y 


4 , Zoo 


1 1 84 Odd 


98n 
z ou 


1959 




1 a nnn 
lo, uuu 


89 
OZ 


d nQ7 

4 , uy i 


1 1 78 d^a 

1 , 1 1 , 100 


988 
Zoo 


1960 


212 


17, 800 


84 


? 954 


1 , 172, 711 


997 


1961 




1 t , uuu 


OD 


O , 0± D 


1 1 RQd 


OUD 


1962 


1 Q7 
1 y 1 


17 1 nn 

1 l , 1 uu 


O 1 


o , D i cf 


1 1^7 1 QS 
i , 10 * , l y o 


^ 1 ^ 


1963 


1 SQ 


1 r ann 

lO, OUU 




o t ODD 


1 1 48 8Q9 

i , iio, oyz 




1964 


1 an 
1 ou 


1 fi dnn 


Q1 


o t D 


1 149 8QR 

i , 1 4z , o yu 


11 9 

JO ^ 


1965 


175 


16,300 


93 


3,334 


1, 137, 191 


341 


1966 


170 


16,200 


95 


3,233 


1,132,856 


350 


1967 


168 


16,200 


96 


3, 141 


1, 127, 722 


359 


1968 


165 


16, 100 


98 


3,049 


1,123,317 


368 


1969 


161 


16, 100 


100 


2,966 


1, 119, 754 


378 


1970 


158 


16,000 


101 


2,919 


1, 116, 550 


383 


1971Z/ 


156 


16,000 


103 


2,872 


1, 113, 660 


388 



Jj 48 States. 2/ Pre 1 1 mi nary. 



FARM WORKERS: Annual Average Numbers 
On Farm 1952-1970 



FARM WORKERS: Numbers By Months, 1 968-1 970 



MONTH 


Family Workers 1/ 


Hired 


Worke 


rs Jj 


Total Jj 




1968 


1969 


1970 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1968 


1969 


1970 










Thousands 








January 


144 


134 


129 


18 


14 


13 


162 


148 


142 


February 


152 


143 


139 


20 


16 


17 


172 


159 


156 


March 


158 


156 


150 


28 


22 


22 


186 


178 


172 


April 


184 


179 


175 


38 


33 


38 


222 


212 


213 


May 


203 


201 


190 


53 


54 


50 


256 


255 


240 


June 


212 


203 


201 


111 


106 


109 


323 


309 


310 


July 


229 


217 


215 


202 


214 


179 


431 


431 


394 


August 


261 


256 


254 


185 


160 


166 


446 


416 


420 


September 


251 


242 


229 


58 


52 


59 


309 


294 


288 


October 


208 


195 


194 


48 


43 


40 


256 


238 


234 


November 


160 


148 


154 


30 


28 


27 


190 


176 


181 


December 


147 


134 


135 


19 


17 


15 


166 


151 


150 


ANNUAL AVG. 


192 


184 


180 


68 


63 


61 


260 


247 


241 



jj Persons employed during the 
least one day before the end 



last full calendar week ending at 
of the month. 



YEAR 


Family 
Workers 


Hired 
Workers 


Total 






Thousands 




1952 


458 


100 


558 


1953 


432 


100 


532 


1954 


424 


106 


530 


1955 


414 


105 


519 


1956 


370 


106 


476 


1957 


348 


107 


455 


1958 


329 


109 


438 


1959 


328 


108 


436 


1960 


315 


103 


418 


1961 


307 


108 


415 


1962 


295 


102 


397 


1963 


291 


116 


407 


1964 


263 


104 


367 


1965 


240 


98 


338 


1966 


218 


89 


307 


1967 


204 


76 


280 


1968 


192 


68 


260 


1969 


184 


63 


247 


1970 


180 


61 


241 



38 



L I VESTOCK- -REVI EW OF 1970 SEASON 



Preliminary estimates of cash receipts from sales of 
livestock and livestock products in North Carolina during 
1970 amounted to $606, 252, 000--an increase of 2 percent 
over the $594,127,000 received in 1969. Cash receipts 
from broilers accounted for 26 percent of total receipts 
for livestock; egg production, 22 percent; hog production, 
19 percent; and dairy products, 16 percent. All other 
products accounted for 17 percent. 

Cash receipts from livestock and livestock products 
in 1970 comprised about 40 percent of the total from all 
farm commodities sold. 



hogs 



Hogs onN. C. farms on December 1, 1970, at 2,031,000, 
head reached a record high. Numbers were 50 percent 
greater than the 1,353,000 on farms ten years ago, and 26 
percent greater than the 1,612,000 on December 1, 1969. 
Pigs saved during 1970 totaled 3,496,000, up 19 percent 
from the 2,933,000 last year. 

Cash receipts from 1970 marketings totaled $129, 954, 000 . 
an average price of $22.40 per hundred -we ight . This com- 
pared with $115,887,000 received in 1969 when the price 
averaged $21.70. Prices received in 1970 declined rapidly 
after mid-year; however, the yearly average was only 70 
cents below the record high of $23. 10 in 1966. 

Pork consumed on farms during 1970 was 7.8 percent of 
the total produced, compared with 21.3 percent consumed in 
1960. Value of production totaled $150,751,000 in 1970, 
or 148 percent more than the value of $60,748,000 in I960. 
The State ranked eleventh in the Nation in pork production 
in 1970. 



cattle and calves 



Cattle and calves on farms in N. C. on January 1, 
1971 remained about the same as the 1,081,000 a year 
earlier. The total has exceeded the one million mark for 
the past four years. 

The January 1, 197] inventory of beef cows and 
heifers that have calved at 367,000, numbered 2.000 more 
than the previous January l. Milk cows and heifers that 
have calved decreased 4,000 head to 185,000 on January 1, 
1971. Steers, bulls, and heifers weighing 500 pounds and 
over totaled 286,000 in 1971, compared with 290,000 in 
1970. Stock weighing less than 500 pounds kept on farms 
January 1, 1971 increased 6,000 head to 243,000. 

Calves born during 1970 numbered 488,000, a record 
high for the State. This number exceeds the 462,000 
calves born in 1969 by 6 percent, and the 390,000 born in 
1960 by 25 percent. Mortality of cattle and calves 
averages 5.5 percent of total on farms. 

Cattle and calves shipped out of the State plus 
slaughter in the State accounts for around 36 percent of 
the disappearance each year. Number of animals slaughtered 
on farms has decreased in the past five years to around 
12,000 head annually. 

Gross income from cattle and calves in 1970, at 
$65,344,000, ($61, 095, 000 cash receipts plus $4,249,000 
value home consumption) was almost double the income in 
1960. In 10 years the average price per hundredweight has 
increased from $16.60 to $23.30 for cattle and $24.40 to 
$35.20 for calves. 



milk production and disposition 



The average number of cows milked each month during 
1970, at 187,000, was down 3,000 head from 1969. The 
monthly average just 10 years ago was .270,000 head. 

Milk produced per cow in 1970 averaged 8,048 pounds 
or 41 percent greater than 10 years ago. While the milk 
output per cow has increased sharply, the average butter- 
fat content has decreased considerable. Butterfat, at. 
3.75 percent in 1970 was the lowest since records were 
started in the State in 1924; however, the average was 
well above the national figure of 3.67 percent. Milk fed 
to calves decreased to 37 pounds per calf in 1970 or half 
the amount in i960. Milk used on farms decreased to 10 
percent of the total production or about one-third the 
amount used on farms a decade ago. 

In 1970, a record 90 percent of the total milk pro- 
duction was marketed and cash receipts brought farmers 
$95,930,000. This was 50 percent more than the cash 
returns 10 years ago. 



poultry 



Commercial broiler production in N. C. during 1970, 
at 307,377,000 birds, increased 10 percent over the 
280,637,000 birds produced in 1969, and almost doubled the 
156,600,000 birds produced ten years ago. 

The trend toward heavier birds produced during a 
shorter growing period continued. The average weight per 
bird at time of slaughter was 2.3 pounds in 1934. During 
1960, the average weight had increased to 3.3 pounds and 
the growing period averaged nine weeks after hatch. At 
present, the average is 3.7 pounds per bird marketed and 
the time required is about eight weeks after hatch. 

The gross income from broilers during 1970 was 
$154, 672, 000, down 3 percent from the $158,869,000 received 
during 1969. N. C accounts for 10 percent of the broiler 
production in the U. S, 

Farm chickens raised in 1970 totaled 15,860,000 
birds, up 3 percent from the 15,398,000 raised in 1969. 
The 11,973,000 birds sold during 1970 totaled 48 percent 
more than the 8,096,000 sold in 1969. Gross income from 
farm production during 1970 amounted to $9,329,000, up 
$2,033,000 from 1969. N. C ranks fourth in the nation 
in farm chickens raised, and second in the nation in gross 
income from farm chicken production. 

Egg production during 1970 totaled nearly 3.7 
billion--a record high. This exceeded the 3.4 billion 
eggs produced in 1969 by 8 percent. The State ranked 
third in the nation in egg production. The number of eggs 
consumed in farm household was the lowest of record. 
During 1970, only 2 percent of the eggs produced were 
consumed on farms. Ten years ago 11 percent were con- 
sumed, and in 1924 almost half of the total was used on 
farms where produced. Gross income during 1970 from egg 
production, at $132,156,000 ($129,564,000 cash receipts 
plus $2,592,000 value home consumption) exceeded income 
in 1969 by $2, 483,000. 

Turkeys on N. C. farms on January 1, 1971, at 743,000 
birds, numbered 5 percent more than the 710,000 on farms 
January 1, 1970. There were 9,563,000 turkeys produced 
during 1970. This exceeded the 1969 production by 155,000 
birds. Gross income from turkeys during 1970, at 
$38,051,000, was 2 percent more than the $37,340,000 
received in 1969. 



LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY: Numbers On Farms, January 1, 1966- 1 971, North Carolina and United States 







NOR 


T H CAROL 


I N A 






UNITED 


STATES 




SPECIES AND 
CLASSIFICATION 


NUMBER ON FARMS JANUARY 1 


NUMBER ON FARMS JANUARY 1 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 * 


1 Qfifi 


1 Qfi7 
1 JO t 


1 QfiR 

i yoo 


1 G£Q 

i yoy 


1 Q7fl 
19 /U 


1971 * 








Thousand Head 










Thousand 


Head 






p Q hIo / / Tnt n 1 


971 


990 


1,000 


1,020 


1,081 


1,081 


108,862 


108,645 


109, 152 


109,885 


112,303 


114,568 


Pnu'c St Hpi fpr<; that hfLVP calvpd 






- 


- 


554 


552 










48,982 


50,002 


Beef Cows 






- 


- 


365 


367 






'_ 






o I , OD I 


Milk Cows 










189 


185 












19 A A £ 
1 £ , 130 


Heifers 500 pounds and over. . . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


184 


189 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16,292 


16,456 


For Beef Cow replacement. . . . 






- 


- 


97 


99 










6,253 


6,472 


For Milk Cow replacement. . . . 






- 


- 


55 


54 










3 974 


3 939 


Other Heifers 






- 


- 


32 


36 










6 065 


fi 04 ^ 


St pp t~q ^flfl nni i nH^ and nvpr 


- 


- 






74 


65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,080 


15,404 


Rnl1<=; ^nn nnund^ and nvpr 


- 


- 






32 


32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,245 


2,306 


Hp i f pt*<; fit pprc and Rulls 

llC 1 ICl O , ULCCl O dill I > . i 1 1 > 


























nnHpr ^nn nniinri^ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


237 


243 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29,704 


30,400 


Sheep Total 


25 


22 


22 


20 


18 


16 


24, 734 


23, 898 


22, 140 


21, 238 


20,288 


19, 560 


On Feed 






- 


- 






3,278 


3,237 


3,035 


2,906 


2,877 


2,623 


Stock Sheep 


25 


22 


22 


20 


18 


16 


21 , 456 


20, 661 


19, 105 


18,332 


17,411 


16, 937 


Ewe Lambs 


Q 
O 


Q 
O 


3 


3 


2 


2 


3 010 


2 , 957 


2 549 


2 463 


2 406 


2 275 


Wethers and Ram Lambs 


1 
X 


1 
X 


1 


1 






760 


687 


568 


501 


475 


466 


Ewes 1 year plus 


1 Q 


1 fi 
1 


16 


15 




1 9 


i fi fi^n 


1 fi 9 1 R 

ID, ZIO 


1 ^ 9R9 

X o , uOZ 


1 4 fiQO 


1 T QDR 
x o , auo 


1 7 ^04 

xo , oyt 


Rams 1 year plus 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


675 


645 


589 


562 


530 


512 


Wethers l year plus 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


161 


154 


117 


116 


92 


90 


Hogs 2/ Total 


1 , 107 


1 , 384 


1 474 
1 , t It 


1 s 

X , o X o 


1,612 


2, 031 


47, 414 


53, 249 


58, 777 


60, 632 


56, 655 


67, 540 




17, 604 


19,396 


19,073 


19, 685 


23,234 


22, 680 


393, 019 


428, 746 


425, 158 


419, 635 


433, 640 


442, 783 




6, 089 


6, 150 


6,396 


6, 407 


7 , 624 




142 , oU / 


loo, uyi 


lOQ O 01 


9m 

141, ZUO 


l^U , 1 to 


IOC Q1 /( 

loO, oil 


Pullets 


1 777 
1U, t t I 


19 fin 


11,835 


12,478 


14 826 


14 891 


243 , 221 


283, 231 


4-, 1 O , CJ _ 1 


271 898 


?8fi 71? 


300, 477 


Other Chickens 2/ 


738 


886 


842 


800 


784 


920 


6,991 


7, 421 


7,004 


6, 534 


6,755 


6,992 


TnrUpv^ A/ Tntal 


509 


669 


997 


741 


710 


743 


6, 905 


7,817 


7,301 


6,604 


6,769 


7,462 


All Heavy Breeds 


497 


657 


973 


721 


693 


732 


6, 197 


7,063 


6, 700 


6, 154 


6,276 


6,905 


All Light Breeds 


12 


12 


24 


20 


17 


11 


708 


754 


601 


450 


493 


557 


Breeder Hens Total 


210 


220 


220 


254 


276 


277 


3,920 


4, 148 


3,392 


3, 290 


3,398 


3,437 




200 


214 


208 


241 


265 


270 


3,456 


3, 655 


3, 026 


2, 953 


3,030 


3, 029 


Light Breeds 


10 


6 


12 


13 


11 


7 


464 


493 


366 


337 


368 


408 



* Preliminary. £/ Cattle inventory class estimates by sex and weight are not available for 1969 and earlier, £J As of December I previous 
year. JJ Does not include commerc i a I bro 1 1 ers. _4/ Does not include turkey f ryer- roasters. 



ALL CATTLE-- Number on Farms, January 1, 1970 



ALL CATTLE: Number On Farms, By Counties, January 1, 1963-1970 



DISTRICT AND COUNTIES 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


District 1 




















lo, 1 UU 


1 y , DDU 


1 q "inn 

1 , ( UU 


1 q 7nn 
10, (UU 


18, 100 


17, 900 


17, 300 


17, 600 




30, 000 


28. 550 


24, 750 


24, 000 


23, 950 


24,500 


25, 900 


27,200 




4 , 750 


5, 200 


5, 600 


5, 400 


5, 350 


5, 000 


5,450 


5, 500 




6 , 400 


6, 850 


7, 150 


7, 450 


7, 350 


6, 200 


5,850 


5,700 




15, 050 


15, 650 


15, 800 


15, 800 


15, 750 


17, 150 


17, 800 


20, 050 




1 1 , 600 


1 1 , 500 


11 , 600 


1 1 , 600 


12, 700 


12, 800 


12, 100 


12, 700 


W i 1 l/o o 


1 i , DDU 


16, 300 


16, 550 


18 , 050 


18, 200 


19, 450 


19, 950 


21, 800 


Vq fi Ir i n 


1 A ^fl 


1 a. ^nn 

11. DUU 


14 . ZDU 


1 q onn 

1 j . yuu 


14. 550 


14. 700 


15. 850 


16. 500 


NUK i rt&rvli MUUINlrtlli lii.it. ^, 


ltHM 

no, tUU 


11ft onn 
110, zuu 


1 1 a Af\n 

111, 1UU 


1 1 a onn 
114, yuu 


115, 950 


Hi, /UU 


1 OA O A A 

lzO, 200 


127, 050 


— n t r 1 r t — 3 


















Bunc onibe 


24 900 


25 100 


24 600 


oc nc,n 

ZD , UjU 


oa Rnn 
Z4 , ouu 


oa onn 

Z4, yuu 


28 , 350 


33, 250 


Burke 


7 900 


fi ' ft ^n 

D , ODU 


fi ' onn 

D , ZUU 


fi 1 nn 
b , 1 uu 


fi onn 
D , zuu 


6, 650 


6, 600 


6, 300 


fhprnkpp 


5 150 


5 900 


^ ftnn 

D , OUU 


^ ^nn 

D , DUU 


fi 1 cn 
D , 1 DU 


7, 200 


7, 200 


7, 250 


C lay 


3' 900 


5* 000 


^ T^n 

D , oDU 


ft ^n 

D , ODU 


fi enn 
b , bUU 


7, 050 


7, 250 


7, 150 


fi r a h c\ m 


1 ' Qen 

1 , you 


1 ' Q^n 
1 , you 


1 onn 
1 , yuu 


1 , ODU 


1 , 950 


1 , 950 


1 , 900 


2, 150 


Haywood 


24 050 


<iO , DDU 


00 7^n 

ZZ , t DU 


00 nnn 

zz , UUU 


00 finn 
ZZ , bUU 


00 enn 
ZZ, bUU 


22, 750 


23, 300 


Henders on 


11 ' 650 


1 2 350 


1 2 700 


1 onn 
10 , zuu 


10 ,1 cn 
1 , 4DU 


1 a nnn 
14 , UUU 


14, 350 


15, 700 


Tap k<?nn 


5* 800 


R ' 1 sn 

D , 1 DU 


^ 1 ^n 

D , 1 DU 


j. Q£.n 
4 , yDU 


c fi cn 
D , bDU 


6, 250 


6, 600 


7, 350 


Mfriniio 1 1 


a ' nen 

4 , UDU 


a onn 
1 , zuu 


/i 1 nn 
4 , 1 UU 


a nnn 
4 , UUU 


3 , 600 


4, 400 


4, 750 


4, 400 




8, 050 


9, 000 


9, 700 


9, 700 


10 200 


9 800 


9 750 


1 n d.en 

IU , 4DU 




21 , 050 


20, 400 


1 9 , 050 


18, 700 


18, 350 


18, 150 


18, 800 


19, 350 


ii i t r hp 1 1 


j.nn 


^ onn 
D , zuu 


^ 0. ^n 

D , DU 


c; c cn 
D , bDU 


6, 000 


5, 950 


5, 750 


5, 800 


Polk 


onn 

, OUU 


t Q^n 
, you 


j nnn 
4 , uuu 


a nn 
4 , UU 


4 , 250 


3, 950 


4, 050 


3, 750 


p 1 1 r hprf nrH 


q n^n 
y , uou 


q 7^n 
y , * du 


1 n nnn 
1 u, uuu 


1 n .1 nn 
1 U , 4UU 


9 , 800 


10, 100 


10, 250 


10, 900 




1 7nn 
1 , /uu 


1 ccn 
1 , DDU 


1 , 550 


1 , 500 


1 , 400 


1 , 600 


1 , 500 


1 , 450 


TfQnculvQni a 


ann 
, yuu 


onn 

, yuu 


3 , 1 50 


3,450 


3 , 450 


3, 200 


3, 050 


3, 200 




G O en 

y . odu 


y . ouu 


1 . 800 


1 , 650 


11 . 250 


14. 000 


14. 200 


15.200 


WTT^TFRN UOI 1MT A T M ( W A 
ntoHjiU'i mwupi 1 ttj.il \" • ) • • ' • 


1 CI 1 Cfl 

1 D J. , 1 DU 


1^1 enn 

1 D4 , DUU 


1 c^O 1 c;n 
1 DZ , 1 DU 


ICO QCfl 

1 DZ , oDU 


155, 700 


161 , 750 


i/in 1 A A 

167, 100 


176, 950 


[.) 1 b l I ILL ^ 


















A 1 q mo aa o 


i a nnn 
11 , uuu 


1 a nnn 
11 , UUU 


_ _ 
1 4 , ooU 


15, 3U0 


16, 050 


18, 150 


18, 250 


20, 350 




h c en 

/ , DDU 


8 , 050 


9 , 050 


8, 950 


9, 250 


9, 000 


8, 850 


9, 200 


r\ 1 1 r*h q m 


a Ann 

1 , DUU 


a a Rn 
1 , 1DU 


D, oDU 


5, 950 


6 , 000 


5, 950 


6, 150 


6, 250 




19 1 ^n 

I - . I DU 


1 1 Qnn 
1 1 , yuu 


11 onn 

1 1 , ^UU 


ii 7 =,n 
1 1 , ( DU 


10 1 nn 
1 Z , 1UU 


12, 600 


12 , 550 


13, 300 




D , DDU 


6, 950 


7, 600 


7, 500 


8, 100 


7, 300 


6, 950 


7, 250 


Granville 


12, 800 


14, 100 


13, 650 


13 , 500 


13 , 600 


14 400 


15 100 


16 350 


fl\ i i 1 "f nrH 


Zo , OjU 


00 Qnn 

zz , yuu 


17,1 50 


18 , 500 


19, 500 


19, 700 


ZU, 000 


21 , 450 


Orange 


13 350 


13 700 


i j, ft^n 

I 1 , ODU 


1 j. onn 
1 4 , z uu 


1 j. ^nn 

14 , DUU 


1 c ficn 
ID, bDU 


15, 900 


17, 200 


pers on 


6 ' 200 


7 ' 000 


7 700 


7 ftnn 
( , ouu 


7 onn 
( , yuu 


7 onn 
/ , yuu 


7, 950 


8,350 


Roc k ingham 


10' 100 


10* 900 


1 1 ' 300 


1 800 


1 n cn 

1 U , ZDU 


q Q^n 
y, yDU 


q 7nn 
y, /uu 


10, 700 


St okes 


7* 900 


8 ' 450 


g' oqo 


7 ' Qsn 
( , you 


ft ^nn 

O , DUU 


ft Rf\f\ 

, DUU 


q ocn 

y, zdu 


9, 700 


Vane e 


4 ' 400 


4 ' 900 


^ ' ^nn 

D , DUU 


^ don 

D , 4UU 


c O cn 
D , ODU 


c a cn 

D , 1DU 


c 7 cn 
D , 1 DU 


6, 350 


Warren 


9* 000 


9 250 


9 200 


9 550 


q inn 
y , juu 


0. fi^n 

y . DDU 


q onn 
y, zuu 


o en 

y . odu 


IMPlRTt-nTRN PTKTlMriNIT / N ~\ 
llUrvl rlILi\.li rlCJJIViUlii \n» j • » • 


1 Q 1 Ocn 
lOl , JOU 


iifi ^^n 

IoD, DDU 


1 r enn 

1 O D , DUU 


1 07 1 ^n 

Ui,l DU 


1 1 n inn 
1 4 u , 4 u u 


iaa onn 
144 , oUU 


1 ,1 c enn 
1 4D, DUU 


155, 800 


m rtTt — ^ 

L/13LI 11. 1 J 


















A 1 PYflrHp r 


ft 9nn 

O , ZUU 


q enn 
y , ouu 


q ft^n 
y , odu 


q Q^n 
y , y du 


1 n nnn 
1 u , uuu 


1 n 7nn 
1U, (UU 


1 A C A 

1U, 45U 


11 , 750 


Catawba 


18 1 50 


1 7 250 


16 650 


1 7 nnn 
1 ( , uuu 


17 1 ^n 

1 t , 1 DU 


17 1 ^n 

it,i DU 


1 7 enn 

1 ( , DUU 


1 q ncn 
iy , udu 


Chat ham 


\q' 650 


19 650 


22* 100 


22 300 


20 500 


22 500 




oc nnn 
, uuu 




15, 900 


14 , 900 


14 , 700 


14, 100 


16, 300 


16 , 300 


16, 850 


17, 900 




1 fi onn 
ID , yuu 


1 C onn 
lb , yuu 


16, 450 


16 , 600 


17 , 000 


16, 500 


18, 100 


18, 800 


I red e 11 


oc 1 en 


00 , i DU 


3 1 , 400 


c nn 
Jo , bUU 


34 , 850 


34, 500 


35, 750 


00 onn 
00, /UU 




onn 


3 , 850 


5, 700 


5 , 800 


5, 550 


4, 950 


4, 800 


4 , 950 




21 , 550 


20, 450 


19, 400 


20, 000 


on nnn 
ZU, UUU 


19, 200 


21 , 500 


AO O A A 

Zo , oUU 




oa onn 

zi , yuu 


24 , 400 


22 , 750 


24 , 1 00 


24, 550 


24 , 300 


25, 200 


00 a nn 
Zo, 4UU 


Wake 


1 fi O c n 

id , yDU 


18, 950 


19, 600 


18, 250 


17, 900 


17, 350 


17, 300 


19. 850 


LhMKAL rlLUMUfil (L..).... 


1 in ccn 
1M, DDU 


1 7o 7nn 

1 li) , /UU 


1 10, DUU 


101 7nn 
1 1 , ( UU 


1 00 onn 
loo , oUU 


IOO i cn 

loo , 4DU 


1 1 i AA 

lyi , luu 


on^ TnA 

ZU /, /UU 


U 1£> L I J.L L o 




















1 nen 
1 O , UDU 


1 1 , oDU 


1 6 , bUU 


io 7 cn 
1 , / DU 


1 , bUu 


lo , 450 


13,1 UU 


lo , 750 


PiiriQrriic 


ID , 1 DU 


1 ^ Tnn 
ID, /uu 


1 fi 7nn 
lb, (UU 


1 fi ccn 
ID, DDU 


i 7 ncn 
1 ( , UDU 


1 7 ncn 
1 I , UDU 


1 q 7nn 
lo, (UU 


1 q cn 

iy, odu 




20, 750 


21 , 1 50 


18 , 650 


18 , 850 


ZU , oUU 


21 , 400 


21 , 750 


22, 850 


Gaston 


10, 650 


13, 200 


14, 050 


14, 400 


13, 850 


14, 700 


14, 500 


15, 250 




12 , 500 


12 , 900 


1 3 , 000 


13, 250 


12, 750 


1 1 , 600 


12, 400 


12 , 900 


Mpa U 1 pnhi)T*t7 


lo , ZDU 


1 r n^n 

10, UDU 


1 ^ Q^n 

1 D , yDU 


1 fi a c.n 

1 D , 4DU 


i 7 Q^n 

1 1 , ODU 


1 7 fi cn 

1 ( , DDU 


1 7 onn 
1 / , zuu 


1 7 onn 
1 / , yuu 


iifint trnmprir 


•3 enn 
o , DUU 


^ c;n 
, DDU 


4, 450 


4 , 4 50 


a 7 cn 
4 , ( DU 


5, 100 


c nnn 
D, UUU 


5 , 200 


Unnrp 


e. n^n 

D , UDU 


4 , DUU 


^ 1 nn 
D , 1 UU 


5 , 300 


5 , 400 


5, 550 


5, 650 


6, 100 




q on n 
, ZU u 


1 nn 
, 1 UU 


Z , DUU 


fi cn 
Z , DDU 


Z , DUU 


T3Cn 
Z , oDU 


a nn 
, 4UU 


enn 
, DUU 




1 D , 1 DU 


1 fi nnn 

id, yuu 


1 1 fic;n 
1 f , DDU 


17 fi cn 
1 ( , DDU 


19, 300 


1 q enn 

iy, duu 


1 q onn 
iy, ouu 


1 nnn 
Zl , UUU 




0*7 nnn 
z ( . UUU 


oc onn 
ZD . ZUU 


26 , 500 


00 1 nn 
Zo , 1 UU 


27 . 850 


07 onn 
Z ( , oUU 


oq onn 
Zo . oUU 


1 onn 
1 . ZUU 


CPiITTUCDM DTCT\**PiMT /Q \ 

oUUln&KIi rlhUMUINi (o. ) . . . 


11D, ZDU 


1 /in 7nn 
liy, (UU 


1 a q i;n 

1 4o , ZDU 


1 ci ,1 nn 
1 D 1 , 4UU 


ice onn 
1 DD , ouu 


1 cfi 1 cn 
1 DD , 1 DU 


1 cn nn 
1DU , oUU 


1 fiQ finn 
1 Dy , DUU 


— n t cf* rift o 

\J La LI ILL j 




















c n 
D , oDU 


D, yDU 


k onn 
D, oUU 


c 7 nn 
D , ( UU 


c q cn 
D , ODU 


c ocn 
D , ZDU 


1 nn 
D , 1 UU 


a Qnn 
4 , yuu 




2 , 000 


2, 000 


1 , 600 


1 , 550 


1 , 550 


1 , 550 


1 , 450 


1 c en 
1 , DDU 


V~l All! O 11 


1 , oUU 


1 onn 
1 , oUU 


1 , DUU 


1 1 nn 
1 , 4UU 


1 finn 
1 , DUU 


1 ficn 
1 , DDU 


1 Qnn 
1 , ouu 


1 ftnn 
1 , ouu 




1 , 900 


2 , 050 


2 , 200 


2 , 250 


2 , 500 


a nn 
Z , 4UU 


ocn 
Z , oDU 


c en 

Z , DDU 




1 50 


150 


150 


1 50 


1 cn 
1 DU 


1 cn 
1 DU 


1 50 


1 en 
1 DU 




11,1 00 


1 1 , 900 


1 2 , 750 


13 , 750 


i q cn 
lo , you 


13 , 550 


10 1 cn 
1 , 1 DU 


10 1 nn 
10,1 UU 




2, 000 


2 , 400 


2, 050 


2, 100 


2, 150 


2, 150 


onn 
Z, ZUU 


2 , 450 




12, 650 


12, 500 


10, 850 


12, 150 


13 , 050 


14 , 1 00 


14 , 400 


15 , 600 


Hprf f nrH 


1 700 


1 850 


2 050 


1 950 


1 950 


1 950 


1 950 


2 050 




5 , 850 


6, 250 


6 , 550 


7,350 


7 , 700 


7 , 400 


7, 150 


7, 300 




7, 650 


7 , 950 


7, 850 


7, 550 


7 , 350 


7 , 700 


7 enn 
( , DUU 


q 1 nn 

, 1UU 




5 , 600 


5 , 450 


5, 100 


6, 050 


6 , 200 


5, 850 


6, 400 


7 onn 
/ , oUU 




2 , 950 


2 , 900 


3 , 350 


3 , 500 


3,350 


3 , 200 


3 , 000 


3 , 000 




2 , 650 


3 , 050 


3 , 500 


3 , 400 


3 , 550 


3 , 450 


3 , 400 


cn 
, oDU 




1 , 700 


2 , 1 50 


2 , 650 


2 , 600 


2,350 


2 , 700 


7nn 
Z, (UU 


ocn 
Z , i DU 




5 . 050 


5 . 650 


4 . 950 


4 , 750 


4 . 400 


4 . 400 


a onn 
4 . ZUU 


a 7nn 
4 . / uu 


NORTHERN COASTAL (IN-fc.)-- 


70, 100 


73 , 500 


to 1 nn 


n fi onn 
( b , ZUU 


77 , 650 


77, 450 


"7c onn 

10, yuu 


on fi e n 
OU , DDU 


LJiSLriCL b 




















7, 35U 


1 rn 

7, lDU 


. _ 
b, 050 


7 1 nn 
i , 1 UU 


7 1 nn 
( , 1 UU 


7 1 nn 
( , 1 uu 


7 enn 

( , DUU 


ft 1 nn 
, 1 uu 




4 , 100 


4 , 050 


3 , 200 


2 , 900 


nnn 
, UUU 


onn 
, zuu 


nnn 

O , UUU 


1 oen 
1 , you 




, / DU 


/i 1 nn 
1 , 1UU 


a a nn 
4 , 4UU 


a onn 
4 , ouu 


a ^.n 
4 , ODU 


a fi^n 

4 , DDU 


a 7nn 

4 , ( uu 


5 250 




2 , 150 


2 , 450 


2 , 550 


2 , 450 


2 , 550 


2, 400 


2, 450 


c en 
Z , DDU 


Hyde 


2 850 


2 850 


3 250 


3 400 


4, 000 


3, 950 


4, 150 


4, 600 




8, 500 


9, 200 


10, 750 


10, 750 


1 n ' nnn 
1U , UUU 


1 n 1 nn 
1U, 1UU 


q q cn 
y, odu 


1 1 ' nnn 
i 1 , uuu 




3 , 450 


onn 
J , oUU 


, bUU 


onn 
, oUU 


c cn 
O , DDU 


1 nn 

, 1UU 


en 

, ODU 


3 300 




5, 600 


D, /DU 


5, 350 


k fi cn 
D , DDU 


c 7nn 
D , ( uu 


c ocn 
D , yDU 


e ftnn 
D , ouu 


6 100 




3 , 350 


3 , 050 


2 , 750 


2 , 800 


enn 
Z , DUU 


fi cn 

Z , bDU 


enn 
z , DUU 


9' ^nn 

z , OUU 


n -i +- +- 


8, 550 


9, 250 


10, 550 


10, 350 


1 1 , 350 


11 a cn 
1 1 , 4DU 


1 n onn 
1U , ouu 


1 n nen 

1 u , UDU 




8, 400 


9, 750 


10, 850 


10, 950 


1 1 onn 
1 1 , ZUU 


1 n Qcn 
1 u, yDU 


1 1 1 en 

11,1 DU 


11 doO 
X l , 40U 




3, 200 


3 , 200 


4 , 000 


4, 200 


4 , 1 00 


4 . 050 


a 1 en 

4 , 1 DU 


3 800 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E.) 


61 , 250 


64 , 600 


ci onn 


68, 1 50 


69, 500 


69 , 550 


fio enn 
by , DUU 


7lV 7o0 
( U , ( DU 


— ni pt v < — 7"" 

UlSLrlCL D 




















7, 850 


8, 950 


9, 200 


9, 400 


9, 650 


9, 100 


9, odO 


1 n fien 

1 U , DDU 




2, 350 


1 , 900 


1 , 950 


2, 400 


2, 350 


2, 600 


2 , 600 


ficn 

Z , DDU 




10, 900 


10, 350 


8, 700 


8, 850 


9, 300 


8, 850 


8, 800 


q a nn 
, 4UU 




6, 100 


6, 100 


6, 650 


7, 000 


7, 950 


7 , 550 


7, 300 


7 7en 
( , 1 DU 




7, 800 


9, 250 


1 1 , 050 


10, 700 


1 1 , 350 


11 , 050 


10, 450 


10, 200 




5 700 


6, 600 


7, 900 


8,750 


8,650 


8,850 


8,700 


8,950 


Hoke 


1,900 


2,300 


2, 500 


2,300 


2, 150 


2,950 


2,700 


2,950 


New Hanover 


650 


600 


450 


500 


550 


550 


800 


750 




3,300 


3,400 


3,650 


3,300 


3,400 


3, 350 


3, 300 


3, 150 




4,950 


5,500 


4, 050 


4,400 


4,250 


4,400 


4, 250 


4, 400 




11,550 


11,550 


9,300 


10,050 


9,550 


9, 150 


9, 100 


9,250 




11, 550 


13,050 


11, 100 


13,000 


13,750 


13, 200 


13,700 


15, 000 


Scotland 


4.250 


5.600 


6.800 


8.000 


8.300 


8. 050 


7. 950 


8. 400 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S. E. ) . . 


78,850 


85, 150 


83,300 


88,650 


91,200 


89,650 


89,300 


92!500 


STATE TOTAL 


934, 000 


962,000 


952,000 


971,000 


990.000 


1,000,000 


1,020,000 


1, 081, 000 



COWS AND HEIFERS FOR MILK: Number Two Years Plus On Farms, By Counties, January 1, 1963- 1970 



DISTRICT AND COUNTIES 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


District 1 




















6.700 


6,450 


5,850 


5,400 


5, 100 


5.000 


4. 700 


4, 400 




8,450 


7.500 


6,400 


5,850 


5,250 


5. 100 


5, 100 


5.050 


Avery 


1.750 


1.750 


1, 100 


1,000 


850 


700 


600 


550 




2.450 


2, 150 


1,750 


1.650 


1,450 


2,000 


1, 600 


1, 200 




4,700 


4,650 


4,500 


4,250 


3, 750 


3,750 


3,650 


3,350 




3,800 


3,450 


2,750 


2,650 


2,500 


2,450 


2,200 


2, 150 




4,800 


4,600 


3,950 


3,550 


3, 250 


3, 100 


2,750 


2,600 




— Sw. — 


5. 450 


5, 400 


4, 950 


— 


4, 5QQ 


4, 300 


4,150 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N. W. ) . 


38, 300 


36, 000 


31, 700 


29, 300 


26, 800 


26, 600 


24, 900 


23,450 


District 4 




















8, 850 


8, 600 


8, 700 


8, 300 


7, 800 


7, 900 


8, 200 


8, 850 




2, 450 


2, 100 


1, 600 


1 , 450 


1, 350 


1 , 450 


1, 300 


1 , 100 




2, 400 


2, 250 


1, 450 


1, 300 


1 , 150 


1, 200 


1, 100 


950 


Clay 


1, 850 


2, 100 


1, 900 


1, 950 


1, 850 


1, 850 


1 , 900 


1, 800 




550 


450 


450 


400 


350 


300 


350 


300 




4, 550 


4, 000 


3, 950 


4, 000 


3, 550 


2, 750 


2, 500 


2, 500 




4 , *ou 


D, zuu 


, i DU 


0, DOU 




O , OKJXJ 


s son 


•J , a 3U 




1, 950 


1, 700 


900 


850 


800 


750 


700 


700 


McDowell 


1. 000 


1, 000 


900 


850 


750 


950 


950 


800 




3, 150 


3, 300 


3, 350 


3, 300 


3, 200 


2, 950 


2, 750 


2, 750 




5. 250 


4, 650 


5,350 


5, 300 


5, 000 


4, 000 


4, 100 


3, 800 


Mitchell 


1.900 


1, 750 


1, 550 


1, 600 


1, 450 


1, 550 


1, 350 


1, 250 


Polk 


1, 150 


1, 250 


900 


900 


850 


850 


800 


700 


Rutherford 


3.000 


3, 100 


2.650 


2, 600 


2, 350 


2, 250 


2, 150 


2.050 




850 


700 


450 


450 


400 


300 


250 


200 




950 


950 


1, 100 


1, 150 


950 


650 


700 


650 




3. 100 


3.000 


3. 650 


3. 450 


3. 300 


4.000 


3. 900 


3. 800 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W.) 


47.700 


46, 100 


44,600 


43, 500 


40, 700 


39,300 


38,600 


37,450 


District 2 




















5,600 


5, 700 


5, 900 


5, 500 


4,850 


5, 300 


5, 100 


5, 600 


Caswell 


3,000 


2,900 


2, 750 


2, 550 


2,450 


2,300 


2,050 


2,050 




1, 400 


1, 200 


1 , 200 


1 , 250 


1, 350 


1 , 400 


1 , 350 


1 , 200 


Forsyth 


3, 500 


3, 300 


2, 700 


2, 900 


2, 750 


2, 650 


2, 600 


2,400 




1, 100 


1. 000 


1 , 000 


1,000 


950 


750 


700 


650 




3, 950 


3, 850 


3, 500 


3, 300 


3, 100 


3, 300 


3, 200 


3, 350 




6, 650 


6, 150 


5, 600 


5, 800 


5, 950 


5, 650 


5, 400 


5, 450 




4, 300 


4, 250 


4, 950 


4, 600 


4, 550 


4, 800 


4, 600 


4, 700 




2, 350 


2, 150 


1, 950 


1 ,850 


1, 650 


1, 450 


1, 350 


1, 250 




3. 750 


3, 500 


3. 400 


3, 250 


2, 950 


2, 800 


2, 600 


2, 600 




2, 900 


2, 650 


2, 200 


1, 950 


1, 750 


1, 650 


1, 500 


1, 350 




1, 650 


1, 450 


1, 100 


1, 100 


950 


950 


800 


850 




3. 100 


2. 900 


2. 550 


2. 450 


2. 100 


1. 600 


1. 550 


1.300 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N.)... 


43, 250 


41, 000 


38, 800 


37, 500 


35, 350 


34, 600 


32, 800 


32, 750 


District tt 


















Alexander 


3,200 


3. 150 


3, 100 


2, 950 


2, 850 


3,000 


2, 850 


2, 700 




6, 100 


5,800 


5.400 


5,450 


4, 950 


5,000 


4,800 


5,050 


Chatham 


4, 800 


5, 200 


5, 850 


5, 500 


4, 850 


5. 200 


5, 000 


5,050 


Davidson 


4,550 


4, 100 


3, 550 


3, 200 


3. 600 


4,050 


4,050 


3, 800 




5,650 


5, 600 


5, 900 


5,850 


5, 600 


5,300 


5.500 


5,300 




13, 300 


12, 350 


12,950 


13, 000 


12, 300 


12,450 


12, 150 


12,750 




650 


600 


550 


500 


400 


500 


400 


350 


Randolph 


8,500 


8, 150 


7, 950 


7,900 


7, 600 


6, 900 


7, 100 


7,450 




8,700 


8, 350 


8,900 


9, 100 


8,850 


8, 600 


8,350 


9, 100 




5.450 


4.750 


4.750 


4. 250 


4.050 


4.500 


4. 700 


5. 150 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (S.) 


60,900 


58.050 


58. 900 


57, 700 


55,050 


55, 500 


54.900 


56,700 


District 8 




















2, 150 


2, 350 


2, 000 


1 , 800 


1 , 800 


1 , 900 


1, 700 


1, 450 




4, 650 


4,850 


5, 100 


4, 800 


4,350 


3, 450 


3, 300 


3, 150 


Cleveland 


6, 600 


6, 200 


5, 950 


5. 750 


5, 200 


5, 000 


4, 700 


4,450 




4, 050 


3, 950 


3, 950 


3, 800 


3,400 


3, 300 


3, 100 


3.050 




4,700 


4, 600 


4, 600 


4,750 


4, 150 


3, 300 


3, 150 


3, 050 


Mecklenburg 


6, 350 


5, 950 


4, 300 


4, 400 


4, 500 


3, 700 


3, 450 


3, 500 




900 


1,050 


1, 100 


1. 000 


900 


85G 


900 


900 


Moore 


1, 550 


1, 350 


900 


800 


800 


800 


700 


700 




550 


450 


250 


250 


200 


150 


150 


150 




4, 300 


4, 250 


4, 100 


4, 100 


4, 300 


3, 950 


3, 650 


3, 650 




7.650 


6. 950 


6. 900 


6. 700 


6. 200 


6. 000 


5. 500 


5.600 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) . . . 


43, 450 


41, 950 


39, 150 


38, 150 


35, 800 


32, 400 


30, 300 


29,650 


District 3 




















400 


450 


350 


350 


300 


250 


250 


250 


Camden 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


50 


50 


Chowan 


100 


100 


100 


100 


200 


150 


150 


150 




100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


50 


50 


50 




50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 




2, 200 


2, 200 


1, 400 


1, 550 


1, 700 


1 , 700 


1, 550 


1, 500 




250 


250 


200 


200 


200 


200 


250 


250 




2.000 


1,650 


1, 150 


1,050 


1,000 


1,300 


1, 350 


1,300 




200 


200 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


150 




400 


400 


350 


350 


350 


300 


300 


300 


Nash 


1,050 


1,000 


800 


650 


650 


600 


650 


700 




1,050 


950 


600 


600 


500 


500 


550 


450 




300 


300 


300 


250 


250 


200 


150 


150 


Perquimans 


300 


350 


550 


550 


600 


550 


500 


500 




300 


250 


250 


250 


200 


150 


200 


150 




350 


400 


400 


350 


300 


300 


300 


350 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N. E. ) . . 


9, 150 


8, 750 


6, 800 


6,600 


6,600 


6,550 


6,500 


6, 350 


District e 




















1, 150 


1, 150 


1, 100 


1, 200 


1, 050 


1,200 


1. 200 


1, 200 




850 


800 


800 


750 


750 


800 


800 


100 




950 


1, 000 


1,050 


1,050 


1, 050 


1 , 050 


1. 100 


1, 200 




350 


350 


250 


250 


200 


200 


250 


250 


Hyde 


800 


750 


700 


750 


750 


700 


750 


700 




1,600 


1, 450 


1, 150 


1, 100 


950 


950 


850 


950 




300 


300 


200 


200 


250 


200 


250 


200 


Lenoir 


800 


1, 150 


1, 300 


1, 200 


1, 200 


950 


1, 000 


1,000 




450 


500 


550 


600 


• 650 


500 


550 


500 




1, 300 


1, 200 


1, 100 


1, 250 


1, 250 


1, 250 


1, 150 


900 




1,950 


1,900 


1,700 


1,650 


1, 550 


1,450 


1, 600 


1, 500 


Wilson 


400 


500 


500 


550 


450 


500 


500 


350 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


10,900 


11,050 


10,400 


10,550 


10, 100 


9,750 


10,000 


8, 850 


District 9 




















1,950 


2, 100 


2, 300 


2, 500 


2, 350 


2,400 


2, 300 


2, 150 




450 


350 


500 


550 


500 


350 


400 


300 




2, 000 


2, 000 


1, 800 


1 , 750 


1 , 700 


1 , 250 


1 , 300 


1 ncn 
1 , UoU 




1,400 


1,250 


1,750 


1,650 


1, 700 


1,250 


1, 150 


1, 150 


r\ii n 1 in 


i 4^0 


1 400 


1 900 


1 000 


900 


850 


750 


600 




950 


850 


800 


'750 


750 


750 


750 


750 


Hoke 


650 


600 


350 


350 


300 


400 


350 


250 




150 


150 


150 


150 


200 


200 


250 


200 




800 


700 


600 


600 


550 


550 


600 


500 




1,500 


1, 500 


1,350 


1,300 


1, 150 


1,200 


1, 200 


1, 100 




2, 150 


2, 200 


2, 100 


2,250 


1,900 


1,900 


1, 700 


1,700 




1,850 


1,900 


2,000 


2,000 


1,800 


1,350 


1,450 


1,350 




1.050 


1. 100 


750 


850 


800 


850 


800 


700 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ) . . 


16,350 


16, 100 


15.650 


15,700 


14. 600 


13, 300 


13.000 


11.800 


STATE TOTAL 


270.000 


259.000 


246,000 


239,000 


225,000 


218,000 


211,000 


207,000 



42 



COWS AND HEIFERS FOR BEEF: Number Two Years Plus On Farms, By Counties, January 1, 1 987-1970 



DISTRICTS AND 
COUNTIES 



District 1 

Alleghany 

Ashe 

Avery 

Caldwell 

Surry 

Watauga 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N. W. ) 



1967 



35 



700 
000 
100 
050 
400 
500 
800 
250 



800 



1968 



37 



600 
200 
950 
150 
150 
550 
200 
400 



200 



1969 



38 



400 
500 
100 
000 
400 
300 
700 
900 



300 



1970 JJ 



43 



750 
400 
200 
950 
850 
750 
000 
300 



200 



DISTRICTS AND 
COUNTIES 



Cleveland 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

Montgomery 

Moore. 

Richmond 

Stanly 

Union 

SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ). 



1967 



6,800 
3, 250 
2, 700 
4,850 
1, 200 
1,800 
1,350 
6, 150 
11, 100 



50, 750 



1968 



7,050 
3, 150 
2, 600 

5, 150 
1, 550 
2,050 
1,450 

6, 550 
10, 100 



50,900 



1969 



1970 JJ 



7,300 
3, 100 
3,000 
5, 100 
1, 600 
2,300 
1, 600 
7, 200 
10,800 



53, 700 



8, 250 
3,400 
3, 300 
5,400 
1, 700 
2,600 
1, 750 
7,850 
12, 150 



59, 650 



District 4 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Graham 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Jackson 

McDowell 

Macon 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Rutherford 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Yancey 

WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ). 



600 
800 
650 
850 
550 
800 
900 
350 
850 
150 
050 
900 
150 
750 
250 
100 
400 



900 
050 
450 
000 
600 
750 
100 
700 
200 
150 
850 
800 
100 
150 
400 
000 
450 



500 
100 
150 
050 
600 
800 
000 
900 
400 
350 
650 
800 
200 
300 
400 
000 
700 



450 
150 
450 
100 
750 
450 
450 
400 
300 
650 
300 
950 
150 
800 
450 
150 
350 



44 



100 



4^ 



650 



49 



900 



5G 



300 



District 2 

Alamance 

Caswell 

Durham , 

Forsyth 

Franklin , 

Granville 

Guilford , 

Orange 

Person 

Rockingham 

Stokes , 

Vance , 

Warren , 

NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) 



900 
400 
700 
400 
200 
250 
300 
250 
250 
450 
600 
550 
500 



500 
400 
850 
900 
900 
650 
500 
450 
500 
400 
750 
700 
600 



300 
500 
850 
800 
850 
000 
500 
500 
600 
600 
000 
900 
400 



950 
650 
000 
500 
100 
650 
250 
000 
900 
050 
400 
100 
750 



40 



750 



43 



100 



43 



800 



49 



300 



District 5 

Alexander 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Davidson , 

Davie 

Iredell 

Lee 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Wake 

CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 



400 
500 
050 
500 
100 
650 
100 
250 
650 
850 



600 
550 
950 
900 
050 
200 
900 
200 
450 
400 



600 
800 
800 
000 
500 
800 
900 
800 
300 
300 



450 
400 
500 
800 
000 
800 
050 
350 
400 
100 



49 



050 



48 



200 



51 



800 



58 



850 



District 8 
Anson. . . . 
Cabarrus. 



700 
850 



450 
800 



300 
400 



900 
350 



District 3 

Bertie. 

Camden 

Chowan 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edgecombe 

Gates. 

Halifax 

Hertford 

Martin 

Nash 

Northampton 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Tyrrell 

Washington 

NORTHERN COASTAL (N. E. ) 



3, 150 
650 
850 

1, 300 

50 
5,450 

850 
6.800 

750 
3,400 
3, 250 

2, 650 
1, 650 
1, 300 

750 
2,050 



2,800 
600 
850 
1, 250 
50 
5,400 
900 
6,800 
750 
3,300 
3,400 
2,550 
1,500 
1, 200 
850 
2,000 



2, 500 
600 
900 

1, 100 

50 
5, 300 

900 
6,700 

800 

3, 200 
3, 250 

2, 700 
1,450 
1, 200 

850 
1,900 



34,900 



34, 200 



33,400 



District 6 

Beaufort 

Carteret 

Craven 

Greene 

Hyde 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lenoir 

Pamlico 

Pitt 

Wayne 

Wilson. 

CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) . . . 



3, 600 
950 

1, 500 
850 
1,400 
4,000 

1, 650 

2, 500 
950 

4, 550 

3, 750 
1, 500 



3, 300 
950 

1,600 
850 
1,450 

4, 150 
1,450 

2, 700 
950 

4, 750 

3, 950 
1, 500 



3, 350 
850 

1,550 
950 
1,500 

4, 200 
1, 450 
2,800 

900 
4, 700 
4,000 
1, 650 



27, 200 



27, 600 



27,900 



District 9 

Bladen 

Brunswick , 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Duplin 

Harnett. 

Hoke 

New Hanover 

Onslow , 

Pender 

Robeson 

Sampson 

Scotland 

SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ) 



3, 150 
900 
3, 800 

3, 150 

4, 300 
3, 450 

850 
200 
1, 300 
1, 200 
3, 400 

5, 750 
3,000 



2,900 
1,000 

3, 500 
2,950 

4, 600 
3, 700 
1,050 

250 
1, 250 
1, 200 
3, 150 

5, 600 
3,000 



3, 100 
1,000 
3, 400 
2,900 
4,500 
3,700 
1,000 
250 
1, 200 
1, 150 
3, 200 
5, 700 
3, 100 



34, 450 



34, 150 



34, 200 



2,450 
700 
950 
1, 250 
50 
5,450 
1,050 
7, 600 
850 
3,350 
3, 650 
3,300 

1, 500 
1,200 

950 

2, 150 



36,450 



3, 700 
900 

1,750 
1,050 
1,800 
4,750 
1, 500 
3,000 
900 

4, 650 
4, 300 
1, 500 



29,800 



3, 750 
1, 100 
3, 450 

3, 150 

4, 700 
3,900 
1, 250 

250 
1, 200 
1, 300 
3, 350 
6, 550 
3,500 



37,450 



STATE TOTAL. 



317,000 



323,000 333,000 



371,000 



JJ Pre I i mi nary. 



COWS AND HEIFERS FOR Ml LK -'■ Number Two Years Plus On Farms, January 1, 1970 



43 



Each Dot = 500 Cows 




COWS AND HEIFERS FOR BEEF ■- Number Two Years Plus On Farms, January 1, 1970 



Each Dot 




ALL HOGS -- Number On Farms, December 1, 1969 



Each Dot = 2, 500 Hogs 




ALL HOGS: Number On Farms, By Counties, January 1, 1 963-1970 ^/ 



DISTRICT AND COUNTIES 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


District 1 


















Alleghany 


1,400 


1,300 


850 


900 


1, 100 


1,050 


950 


700 




4, 100 


3,400 


2, 650 


2,650 


2,700 


3, 300 


3, 950 


3 700 




900 


900 


600 


550 


650 


650 


600 


750 


Caldwell 


3, 800 


3,700 


3, 200 


3,600 


4, 100 


4, 200 


4, 100 


3, 700 




6, 100 


5,200 


4,600 


4,900 


5,400 


5,250 


6,050 


6 950 




1,850 


1, 600 


1, 100 


1, 150 


1,750 


1,600 


1, 550 


1 550 




6,900 


6,750 


6,000 


6,550 


9, 300 


11,500 


11,350 


10 000 




5.900 


G. 800 


6. 100 


6. 600 


9. 400 


9.500 


9, 100 


9. 150 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W.). 


30, 950 


29,650 


25, 100 


26,900 


34,400 


37, 050 


37, 650 


36, 500 


District 4 




















3,000 


2,750 


2, 150 


2,400 


2,800 


2,900 


2,850 


4, 150 




4, 500 


4,550 


4,000 


3, 650 


4,450 


4, 600 


4,750 


4, 000 




1,800 


1,650 


1,350 


1,400 


1,950 


1,550 


1,750 


1, 950 




1,350 


1,300 


1,050 


1, 100 


1,400 


1,700 


2, 150 


2 200 




400 


300 


250 


200 


300 


450 


400 


350 




1,750 


1, 850 


1,650 


1,850 


1,650 


2,300 


2,450 


1,450 




2,800 


2, 150 


1,600 


1,800 


1,650 


1, 500 


1,350 


1, 300 




1, 400 


1, 150 


850 


650 


650 


850 


800 


1 000 




3,000 


2, 900 


2, 300 


2, 350 


3, 350 


3,000 


3,050 


3,550 




2,750 


2,600 


2, 450 


2,200 


3,050 


2,800 


3,050 


4,750 




2, 150 


2,300 


1, 900 


2, 050 


1 , 950 


2,450 


2,400 


1, 450 




1, 200 


1, 150 


950 


1,050 


1, 400 


1,600 


1,700 


1,000 


Polk 


1, 050 


950 


850 


900 


1, 000 


850 


850 


800 




4, 400 


4,200 


3,900 


4,050 


5,400 


5,950 


5, 500 


4, 600 




500 


400 


300 


250 


450 


350 


350 


250 


Transylvania 


1,500 


1, 600 


1, 150 


1,300 


1,350 


1,650 


1, 650 


1,050 




1,800 


1,500 


1,350 


1,450 


1, 650 


1,350 


1, 600 


950 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W.) 


35,350 


33,300 


28! 050 


28! 650 


34,450 


35,850 


36,650 


34,800 


District 2 




















6, 400 


5,950 


5,900 


5,950 


7,950 


9,500 


9,650 


9, 150 




5,500 


5, 150 


4,800 


5,400 


7,600 


7, 500 


7,250 


8,350 




3,300 


3,000 


2,450 


2,700 


2, 900 


2,650 


2,700 


2,850 


Forsyth 


4, 000 


3, 750 


3,200 


3, 600 


5,450 


5,000 


5,950 


7,300 




12, 600 


10,850 


9, 150 


9, 800 


13, 900 


13, 450 


15,600 


16,900 


Granville 


11,000 


10, 400 


8, 100 


8, 200 


10, 100 


11,350 


11,600 


13,800 


Guilford 


9,750 


8,350 


7, 250 


8, 100 


10, 150 


10,600 


11, 150 


12,850 




6, 500 


5, 950 


5,200 


5,800 


7, 500 


7, 250 


8,600 


9,200 


person 


7,700 


7,850 


7,800 


8,350 


10,500 


10, 150 


12, 500 


13,900 




7,900 


8,450 


8, 150 


7, 150 


10, 150 


9,250 


9, 100 


8, 900 


Stokes 


6, 000 


5,750 


5,300 


5,750 


7,850 


7,900 


8,550 


8, 650 




4,000 


3, 500 


2,950 


3, 000 


4,250 


5, 100 


6,000 


7,950 




5. 800 


5. 450 


4, 250 


4.500 


6. 200 


6. 300 


6.350 


6,850 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) . . . 


90,450 


84,400 


74,500 


78, 300 


104, 500 


106, 000 


115,000 


126! 650 


District 5 


















Alexander 


2, 700 


2, 250 


1, 700 


1,900 


2,400 


2, 500 


2,200 


1,950 


Catawba 


5,400 


4,500 


3,900 


4, 300 


4,550 


5, 100 


4,850 


5, 550 


Chatham 


13, 750 


13,400 


13, 150 


14,850 


19, 350 


19, 650 


23, 250 


22,700 


Davidson 


12, 800 


10, 750 


9, 550 


10, 750 


14,550 


14, 800 


14, 150 


13,250 




3,400 


3, 100 


2, 600 


2,950 


4, 150 


4,000 


4,350 


6,250 


Iredell 


6,500 


5,700 


5,000 


5,600 


7, 600 


9,000 


11, 100 


9,200 




5, 200 


4,400 


3,400 


3,800 


5, 400 


6, 200 


6, 200 


6, 150 




19, 500 


20,200 


17,300 


17, 150 


20, 150 


20, 450 


23,750 


24, 600 


Rowan 


6, 950 


6,250 


5,450 


6, 150 


8, 450 


10, 150 


11, 150 


15,050 


Wake 


18. 900 


19. 500 


15. 100 


14.750 


17.900 


17.800 


19,950 


28, 050 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C. ) 


95, 100 


90, 050 


77, 150 


82, 200 


104, 500 


109, 650 


120,950 


132,750 


District a 




















6, 100 


5, 850 


5,350 


5,850 


8,000 


8,900 


9, 150 


7,950 


Cabarrus 


5,950 


5,800 


5, 050 


5, 100 


5, 150 


5,000 


5,750 


7,850 




7, 250 


6,000 


4, 150 


4, 100 


5, 250 


6,750 


7,850 


8,500 




3,800 


3, 450 


2,600 


2,550 


2, 950 


3, 000 


3, 150 


3, 200 


Lincoln 


4, 000 


3, 500 


2, 300 


1, 850 


2, 350 


2,450 


3, 700 


3, 150 


Mecklenburg 


5, 300 


4,650 


3,400 


3, 300 


4, 650 


4, 250 


4, 150 


3,050 


Montgomery 


5, 950 


5, 550 


4,750 


5, 350 


7, 250 


8,000 


7,900 


6,950 


Moore 


8,550 


7,850 


6,600 


7,400 


9,400 


9,550 


11, 600 


12, 100 


Richmond 


3,800 


3,650 


3, 100 


3,000 


3, 650 


3,700 


4,300 


4,050 


Stanly 


8,900 


8,400 


7,600 


6,650 


7,600 


7,350 


8,950 


9,950 


Union 


20. 550 


20.450 


19. 200 


20.700 


26. 200 


29. 250 


29. 250 


31.400 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ) . . . 


80, 150 


75, 150 


64, 100 


65,850 


82, 450 


88, 200 


95,750 


98, 150 


District 3 


















Bertie 


33, 150 


32, 350 


32, 000 


33, 600 


38, 100 


37,550 


38, 250 


39,200 


Camden 


5, 050 


5, 300 


4, 800 


4, 950 


6, 200 


5,450 


5,750 


7, 150 




15, 800 


15, 650 


15,000 


14, 150 


17, 100 


18,900 


21,700 


22,700 




6, 250 


6, 800 


7, 600 


8, 150 


9, 350 


8,950 


10,400 


10,650 


Dare 


200 


200 


300 


300 


450 


500 


500 


400 




28,000 


27,000 


25, 500 


26,550 


31,600 


36, 200 


38, 550 


37,650 


Gates 


22, 300 


21,500 


20,450 


21,900 


27,000 


25,600 


28,300 


27,350 


Halifax 


27, 000 


25, 350 


22, 600 


23, 500 


26,900 


30, 550 


31,950 


35,250 


Hertford 


16, 050 


15,450 


13,600 


12, 700 


13,700 


12,950 


13, 250 


13,800 




33, 150 


31,000 


31, 150 


33,050 


39,250 


46,900 


48, 250 


49,450 


Nash 


25, 200 


22,450 


18, 500 


20, 500 


24, 350 


25,000 


27,650 


31, 600 


Northampton 


23,000 


23,800 


20, 100 


18, 550 


22, 100 


23, 300 


24,350 


26,600 


Pasquotank 


7,200 


7, 200 


6,800 


7, 200 


8,500 


8,450 


8,950 


10,300 




17,050 


18,050 


17, 700 


18, 100 


22, 500 


23,500 


26,850 


25, 200 


Tyrrell 


11, 600 


11, 600 


11, 200 


11, 200 


12, 950 


11, 650 


13, 850 


15, 950 


Washington 


14. 000 


11. 200 


3. 7.30 


7.850 


9.900 


9.750 


9.950 


11. 100 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N. E. ) . . 


285,000 


274,900 


256, 050 


262, 250 


309,950 


325, 200 


348,500 


364,350 


District b 


















Beaufort 


26,550 


24,450 


23, 400 


25, 950 


33,400 


33,250 


33, 650 


32, 850 




3,900 


4, 500 


2, 600 


2, 700 


3, 600 


3, 700 


3,400 


3, 250 




11,000 


9,550 


8, 400 


9,400 


11,800 


12,600 


12,250 


12, 550 




16,000 


17,400 


16, 700 


18,700 


25,800 


26,750 


27,550 


28,250 


Hyde 


6,650 


6, 800 


6,300 


6,750 


8,250 


8,950 


9,800 


10,550 


Johnston 


69, 450 


65,900 


64,200 


69, 200 


79,950 


78,450 


80, 650 


91, 600 




15, 750 


14, 300 


13,000 


13,900 


18,050 


18,850 


19,350 


20,750 


Lenoir 


21, 600 


20,550 


18, 950 


21, 550 


25,300 


26,700 


28,950 


35, 300 


Pamlico 


4, 400 


3, 600 


2,800 


3, 250 


3, 500 


3,350 


3,100 


2,650 


Pitt 


39, 750 


40,200 


39, 100 


37,650 


47, 250 


48,500 


49,900 


53, 600 




36, 800 


35,350 


31,250 


33,750 


43, 800 


41, 400 


43,900 


57,500 


Wilson 


20. 650 


16,800 


13, 850 


14, 950 


17,300 


16, 200 


17,000 


16,050 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


272, 500 


259,400 


240,550 


257! 750 


318,000 


318,700 


32y!bU0 


364, 9UU 


District y 




















24, 950 


24,850 


24,600 


23,200 


28, 100 


28, 800 


30, 200 


32, 100 


Brunswick 


14, 000 


14, 300 


14, 200 


15, 900 


19,800 


19, 500 


22, 500 


22, 150 




39, 750 


38,350 


34, 400 


36,800 


53,000 


51, 150 


52, 100 


53,900 


Cumberland 


16, 550 


15, 250 


16, 650 


18,600 


24, 150 


26, 200 


28, 050 


26,850 




48, 400 


47 500 


46, 800 


44, 150 


58,200 


57, 950 


67,400 


70,400 


Harnett 


20,050 


19, 250 


18, 900 


21, 150 


27,250 


29,850 


31,950 


31,800 




5, 600 


4, 550 


3, 400 


3, 550 


5, 100 


5, 200 


5, 300 


6, 600 




1, 400 


1,200 


1,050 


1, 150 


1, 350 


1,700 


1,600 


1, 300 


Ons low 


18 950 


19 200 


19 1 00 


20 450 


27 900 


27 500 


27 750 


26 800 




16| 450 


16[850 


15! 950 


16! 750 


17! 250 


20!700 


20!500 


18!250 




45,000 


43,750 


40,450 


46,450 


59,250 


59,000 


59,950 


57, 950 




48,000 


48, 600 


48,000 


51,350 


67,200 


70,950 


79,900 


99, 150 




5.400 


5.500 


5.000 


5. 600 


7.200 


6.850 


6.800 


6,650 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.).. 


304,500 


299, 150 


288,500 


305, 100 


395, 750 


405, 350 


434,000 


453! 900 


STATE TOTAL 


1, 194,000 


1,146,000 


1,054,000 


1. 107,000 


1,384,000 


1,426,000 


1,518,000 


1,612,000 



jy Beginning in 1969, inventory is December I previous year. 



MEAT ANIMALS: Numbers, Production, Disposition, Price and Income, 1962- 1970 



SPECIES 


iyt>z 






1965 


1966 


1967 


1 QCQ 


1 oco 

l yby 


1970 JJ 


Pitt i r lun pAiycc 
LA II It AND LA LV to 








Es t ima tes In Thousands 


























Number: 




















On Hand Jan. l (total) 


925 


934 


962 


952 


971 


990 


1,000 


1,020 


1,081 


All Cows 2 years and over 


511 


508 


523 


523 


530 


542 


541 


544 


578 




399 


396 


413 


418 


429 


444 


444 


462 


488 


inshipments 


5 


6 


5 


8 


8 


6 


7 


8 


10 


Market mes 2/ : 






















175 


160 


194 


178 


178 


185 


188 


163 


205 




155 


150 


169 


164 


174 


188 


177 


176 


221 


Farm slaughter: 






















19 


19 


18 


18 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 


Deaths: 






















17 


16 


17 


17 


20 


18 


19 


20 


21 




29 


29 


30 


30 


34 


37 


35 


38 


39 


Production: 




















Total cattle and calves (lbs.) 


199, 525 


201, 925 


215, 155 


214, 400 


217,600 


224, 830 


226, 860 


237, 340 


243,730 




189, 290 


174, 785 


212, 840 


199, 280 


197, 314 


211,400 


211, 915 


188, 125 


236,887 


Price Per 100 lbs. ($): 




















r*n ft lo 


1 i . uu 


i a on 
ID. cSj 




15. 80 


18. 80 


18. 80 


in in 
lo. XU 


11 on 


23. 30 




25. 90 


24. 90 


22. 60 


24.00 


27. 70 


28. 40 


29. 30 


32.70 


35. 20 




35, 146 


30,992 


34, 173 


34, 495 


40, 514 


43,988 


44,687 


45,619 


61,095 




1, 949 


1,934 


1, 671 


1,828 


2, 223 


2, 349 


2, 329 


3, 345 


4,249 




37,095 


32, 926 


35, 844 


36. 323 


42, 737 


46, 337 


47,016 


48,964 


65,344 




780 


906 


647 


1, 110 


1, 289 


945 


1, 154 


1,495 


1,843 


HOGS 




















Number: 




















On Hand Jan. 1 (total) 


1, 171 


1, 194 


1, 146 


1,054 


1, 107 


1, 384 


1,474 


1, 518 


1,612 


Spring crop: 






















152 


147 


138 


137 


155 


200 


212 


225 


277 




1, 1 10 


1 , 102 


1, 035 


1,014 


1, 162 


1, 520 


1, 590 


1, 755 


2, 105 


pall crop: 






















118 


116 


111 


113 


141 


145 


151 


157 


188 


Pigs saved 


861 


847 


821 


848 


1,043 


1, 102 


1, 132 


1, 178 


1, 391 




4 


7 


9 


20 


20 


15 


17 


8 


6 


Marketings (Out shipments) 2J 


1, 429 


1. 516 


1, 527 


1,405 


1, 578 


2, 210 


2, 330 


2, 482 


2,703 


Farm slaughter 


300 


290 


250 


230 


150 


145 


137 


135 


130 




223 


198 


180 


194 


220 


240 


228 


230 


250 


Production (lbs.)^/ 


378,955 


390, 617 


385, 405 


368, 527 


413, 714 


524, 151 


552,461 


601, 283 


672,995 




309, 035 


326, 142 


335, 343 


302,662 


315,924 


456, 671 


496, 932 


534, 041 


580, 152 


Price Per 100 lbs. ($) 


16. 50 


15. 30 


15. 30 


20. 60 


23. 10 


19.00 


18. 30 


21. 70 


22. 40 


Cash Receipts from Sales ($) 4/ 


51, 813 


50, 575 


51,841 


62,976 


72,978 


86, 767 


90,939 


115,887 


129,954 


Value of Home consumption ($) 


11,654 


10, 635 


9, 272 


11,928 


14, 692 


1 1 , 240 


9,590 


10,458 


11,007 


Gross Income ($) 


63,467 


61, 210 


61, 113 


74,904 


87,670 


98,007 


100, 529 


126, 345 


140,961 


Cost of inshipments ($) 


53 


85 


103 


310 


360 


209 


236 


121 


108 


9HFFP ANI1 1 AMRS 




















Number: 






















48 


38 


31 


26 


25 


22 


22 


20 


18 




40 


32 


25 


21 


19 


17 


17 


15 


14 


inshipmencs, sheep 


" 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 










1 


™ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 




— 






12 


10 


9 


3 


5 


2 


4 


3 


3 




27 


19 


14 


12 


10 


9 


9 


8 


7 


Farm slaughter: 






















2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Deaths : 






















4 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 




6 


6 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


Production: 




















Total sheep and Lambs (lbs. ) J/ . . . . 


2, 246 


1,796 


1,466 


1, 255 


1,036 


1,064 


985 


861 


678 


Market ings ( lbs . ) 2/ 


3, 446 


2,634 


2, 124 


1,304 


1,362 


956 


1, 180 


973 


847 


Pt* ifp no v inn IIiq chopn /<C\ 


i u 


Tt . yu 


r» . uu 


5.00 


5. 50 


5. 70 


s so 


6. 10 


6. 00 


Lambs ($) 


19. 20 


19. 10 


19.90 


20. 20 


22. 50 


22. 20 


23.40 


24.60 


22. 50 


Cash Receipts ($) A/ 


482 


350 


279 


214 


213 


176 


199 


180 


139 


Value of Home consumption ($) 


*1 


32 


33 


17 


21 


24 


27 


30 


28 




513 


382 


312 


231 


234 


200 


226 


210 


167 


Cost of inshipments ($) 


13 


6 


12 















JJ Preliminary. J>/ Excludes custom s laughter for use on farms where produced and interfarm sales within the State. _£/ Adjustments made for 



changes in inventory and for insh ipments. _4/ Receipts from marketings and sale of farm s laughter. 



PIG CROP: Sows Farrowed and Pigs Saved, 1961-1970 







SPRING: 


DECEMBER 1 


- JUNE 1 




FALL: JUNE 1 - DECEMBER 1 




Sows Farrowed 


Pigs Saved 


Pigs 


Sows Farrowed 


Pigs Saved 


Pigs 


YEAR 




% of 




% Of 


Saved 




% Of 




% of 


Saved 




Number 


Prev. 


Number 


Prev. 


Per 


Number 


Prev. 


Number 


Prev. 


Per 






Year 




Year 


Litter 




Year 




Year 


Litter 




Thous . 




Thous . 






Thous 




Thous . 






1961 


152 


96 


1,094 


99 


7. 2 


116 


98 


835 


100 


7.2 


1962 


152 


100 


1, 110 


101 


7. 3 


118 


102 


861 


103 


7.3 


1963 


147 


97 


1, 102 


99 


7. 5 


116 


98 


847 


98 


7.3 


1964 


138 


94 


1,035 


94 


7.5 


111 


96 


821 


97 


7. 4 


1965 


137 


99 


1,014 


98 


7.4 


113 


102 


848 


103 


7.5 


1966 


155 


113 


1, 162 


115 


7.5 


141 


125 


1,043 


123 


7.4 


1967 


200 


129 


1,520 


131 


7. 6 


145 


103 


1, 102 


106 


7.6 


1968 


212 


106 


1, 590 


105 


7.5 


151 


104 


1, 132 


103 


7.5 


1969 


225 


106 


1,755 


110 


7.8 


157 


104 


1, 178 


104 


7.5 


1970// 


277 


123 


2, 105 


120 


7. 6 


188 


120 


1, 391 


118 


7.4 



±/ Pre I i mi nary 



HOGS AND PIGS: Numbers On Farms, By Class and Weight, 1964-1970 







BY 


CLASS 




OTHER HOGS 


AND PIGS BY WEIGHT GROUPS 




YEAR 


Total 


For 


All Other 


Under 


60-119 


120-179 


180-219 


220 Lbs. 






Breeding 


Hogs & Pigs 


60 Lbs. 


Pounds 


Pounds 


Pounds 


and Over 










Thousands 
















JUNE 


1 








1964 


1, 175 


176 


999 


459 


270 


180 


70 


20 


1965 


1, 187 


190 


997 


449 


269 


179 


80 


20 


1966 


1, 353 


216 


1, 137 


535 


307 


193 


79 


23 


1967 


1,745 


279 


1, 466 


660 


410 


264 


103 


29 


1968 


1,850 


329 


1, 521 


671 


394 


281 


137 


38 


1969 


2,016 


353 


1,663 


739 


466 


289 


126 


43 


1970Z/ 


2, 278 


456 


1,822 


855 


483 


302 


137 


45 










DECEMBER 1 








1964 


1, 160 


162 


998 


411 


262 


178 


79 


68 


1965 


1, 183 


189 


994 


400 


282 


167 


83 


62 


1966 


1,431 


229 


1, 202 


516 


299 


206 


97 


84 


1967 


1,474 


236 


1, 238 


541 


331 


179 


93 


94 


1968 


1,518 


235 


1, 283 


545 


333 


224 


105 


76 


1969 


1,612 


266 


1, 346 


538 


357 


242 


121 


88 


1970i/ 


2,031 


305 


1, 726 


718 


452 


285 


145 


126 



JJ Pre I i mi nary 



LIVESTOCK ON FARMS, 1962-1971 





On 


Farm 


Total 


On 


Farm 


Total 


On 


Farm 


Total 


On 


Farm 


Total 


YEAR 


Farm 


Value 


Value 


Farm 


Value 


Value 


Farm 


Value 


Value 


Farm 


Value 


Value 




Jan. l 


Per Head 


Jan. l 


jan.l 


Per Head 


Jan. l 


Dec. 1 


Per Head 


Dec. l 


Jan. 1 


Per Head 


Jan. l 








Thous 






Thous . 






Thous . 






Thous . 




Thous . 


Do 1 1 ars 


Do liars 


Ihous . 


Do 1 1 ars 


Do/ 1 ars 


Thous . 


Do 1 1 ars 


Do 1 1 ars 


Thous . 


Dollars Dollars 




ALL 


CATTLE AND 


CALVES 


ALL CHICKENS 


HOGS 


INCLUDING 


PIGS 


STOCK SHEEP AND 


LAMBS 


1962 


925 


109.00 


100, 825 


15, 247 


1.00 


15, 247 


1, 272 






48 


13. 70 


658 


1963 


934 


111.00 


103, 674 


15, 684 


1.05 


16, 468 


1, 247 






38 


14.60 


555 


1964 


962 


102.00 


98, 124 


16, 261 


1.05 


17,074 


1, 160 






31 


14. 50 


450 


1965 


952 


95.00 


90, 440 


17,450 


1.00 


17, 450 


1, 183 






26 


14,80 


385 


1966 


971 


108.00 


104,868 


17,604 


1. 10 


19, 364 


1, 431 






25 


17.00 


425 


1967 


990 


120.00 


118,800 


19, 396 


1. 10 


21, 336 


1, 474 


27. 90 


41, 125 


22 


17.00 


374 


1968 


1,000 


128.00 


128,000 


19,073 


.99 


18, 882 


1, 518 


28.00 


42, 504 


22 


15.90 


350 


1969 


1,020 


134.00 


136,680 


19,685 


1.05 


20,669 


1,612 


36. 40 


58, 677 


20 


17. 20 


344 


1970 


1,081 


150.00 


162, 150 


23,234 


1. 15 


26,719 


2, 031 


24.00 


48, 744 


18 


19. 50 


351 


197 11/ 


1,081 


155.00 


167, 555 


22,680 


1.05 


23,814 








16 


18. 50 


296 



U Pre I i mi nary 



LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER: Commercial Slaughter By Months And Farm Slaughter Annually, 1 967- 1 970 





CATTLE 


CALVES 




SHEEP & 


LAMBS 


HOGS 


MONTH 


Number 
Head 


Av. Lbs. 
Live 
Wt. 


Total 
Liveweight 
(000 lbs. ) 


Number 
Head 


Av . Lbs . 
Live 
Wt. 


Total 
Liveweight 
(000 lbs. ) 


Number 
Head 


Av . Lbs . 
Live 
Wt. 


Total 
Liveweight 
/ noo 1 h<^ 

^ UUU iUo. J 


Number 
Head 


A vff 

Live 

Wt. 


Tota 1 
Liveweight 
(000 lbs. ) 
















1967 














January 


i 4 d.nn 

1 T , 'lUU 


Q71 

y i x 


1 QQO 

1 o , yoz 


1 i nn 

1 , 1 uu 


9£*fi 
Zuu 


100 






100 


OQ 
OO 


9 


131, 000 


225 


29, 475 


February 


13 500 


QSfi 


12 906 


1 1 00 


zoo 


293 






100 


1 fifi 
1 UU 


10 


lzl , UUU 


222 


zo, 8oz 


March 


14 600 


960 


14 01 fi 


1 100 


9fi9 

Z OZ 


288 






100 


111 


11 


lo4 , UUU 


226 


30, 284 


April 


14 000 


963 


1 3 4RO 


800 


203 


162 






100 


1 fifi 
1 UU 


10 


191 nnn 
lzl , UUU 


ooo 

ZZO 


o c noo 
ZD, 9oo 


May 


1^1 fifi 

1 O , 1 uu 


Qfi1 

y ox 


14 ^1 1 
14, OX 1 


ftOO 

ouu 


1 Qfi 

i y u 


152 






100 


1 fip 
I Uo 


11 


1 z / , UUU 


223 


28, 321 


June 


1 4 600 


QOO 

y O Z 


1 3 f!07 

AO, DU j 


900 


1 Q7 


177 






200 


i fic; 
1 uo 


21 


1 9t nnn 

1 Zo , UUU 


oon 
zzU 


o 7 fien 
Z ( , Uou 


July 


1 1 firifi 

1 O , UU J 


Qzi n 
y^u 


1 000 

1 z , zzu 


roo 


1 OI 


145 






200 


1 fin 
1 uu 


20 


1 1 n AAA 

11/, UUU 


218 


25, 506 


August. 


14,300 


951 


13, 599 


900 


205 


184 






200 


100 


20 


136,000 


217 


29,512 


September 


15, 000 


925 


13, 875 


900 


181 


163 






100 


100 


10 


126,000 


219 


27, 594 


flfh nhpr 

\J\^ LUUCl 


] 6, 700 


932 


15 564 


900 


201 


181 






200 


88 


1 o 
1 o 


191 fififi 
1 O 1 , UUU 


000 

zzz 


OQ OQO 

z y , uoz 


November 


1 6 900 


918 


1 <\ ^14 


600 


901 

Z Z 1 


133 






100 


1 00 
1 uu 


10 


i qc fififi 

1 O , UUU 


OOQ 
ZZo 


on 7on 

o u , l oU 


December 


1 3 000 


929 


12 077 


700 


200 


140 






100 


89 


9 


1 1 o fififi 
1 1 o , uuu 


OOfi 
ZZO 


Ofi fifiQ 
Z , DOO 


Total Commercial 


175, 100 


944 


165, 353 


10, 600 


217 


2,304 






1,600 


99 


159 


1 S9fi fififi 
J. , i > — u , uuu 


222 


OOQ 107 
OOO, 1 Z 1 


Annual Farm Slaughter 


7, 000 






5, 000 










1,000 




_ 


14R fififi 
1tJi uuu 






TOTAL 


182 , 100 






15, 600 






2, 600 




- 


i nac, fififi 

X , UUO, uuu 




















1968 














January 


14 , 800 


963 


14, 252 


800 


179 


143 






100 


100 


10 


149 fififi 

1 tZ i UUU 


00^ 
ZZO 


01 QRO 

o i , you 


February 


12 900 


981 


12, 655 


600 


188 


113 












19fi fififi 
1 o u , uuu 


OOfi 

Z&4 o 


OQ PO 
z y , uou 


March 


13 , 000 


970 


12, 610 


600 


182 


109 










- 


199 fififi 
1 • > _ , uuu 


22 


9Q 179 

Z o , 1 i z 


April 


12, 800 


950 


12, 160 


600 


175 


105 






100 


90 


9 


130, 000 


221 


28 730 


May 


14. 600 


961 


1 4 03 1 


700 


186 


130 






100 


100 


10 


1 40 000 


221 


30 940 


June 


1 1 , 600 


969 


1 1 , 240 


600 


184 


110 






100 


88 


9 


1?0 000 


221 


26, 520 


July 


13 500 


958 


12, 933 


800 


216 


173 






200 


89 


18 


130 000 

1 Q \J , UUU 


214 


27, 820 


August 


13,700 


910 


12,467 


600 


191 


115 






200 


94 


19 


129,000 


216 


27, 864 


September 


16, 000 


917 


14, 672 


800 


226 


181 






100 


92 


9 


123, 000 


219 


26, 937 


fir 1 trihoT 


19, 000 


912 


17, 328 


800 


235 


188 






100 


93 


Q 

y 


139, 000 


222 


30, 858 


November 


15, 100 


920 


13 , 892 


700 


227 


159 






100 


91 


9 


130, 000 


231 


30, 030 


December 


13 000 


942 


12 , 246 


500 


206 


103 






100 


100 


10 


136, 000 


224 


30, 464 


Total Commercial 


170, 000 


944 


160, 486 


8, 100 


201 


1, 629 






1,200 


93 


112 


1 , 581 , 000 


222 


350, 665 


Annual Farm Slaughter 


JJ 2,000 






jj 










1, 000 




- 


135, 000 






TOTAL 


182, 000 












2, 200 




- 


1 , 716, 000 




















1969 














January 


18, 000 


996 


17, 928 


800 


209 


167 






100 


98 


10 


161 , 000 


227 


36, 547 


February 


12 200 


976 


11 907 


600 


202 


121 










- 


140, 000 


223 


31 220 


March 


10 1 oo 
la, 1 uu 


QQ£ 

y yo 


1 04ft 
lo , U4o 


fiOO 

ouu 


ooo 

ijUo 


122 






100 


100 


10 


144 000 
111 , uuu 


99"! 

ZZO 


39 400 

O Z , It uu 


April 


1 a i no 
1 ^ , 1 uu 


y do 


1 O £4 Q 

lo , uiy 


finn 
ouu 


OOQ 
ZZo 


137 










- 


147 000 
J. 1 * , UUU 


999 
zzz 


09 fio.4 

Oz, , OOll 


May 


1 o onn 
1 o , zuu 


Qfil 

y d i 


10 fiQ ^ 
1 Z , OOO 


fino 
ouu 


014 
Z14 


128 






100 


yo 


9 


14R 000 

HO, UUU 


219 


32 412 


June 


i o nnn 
1 o , uuu 


y<±o 


1 OR^ 
1 Z , Z OO 


400 
1 UU 


1 QQ 

i oy 


76 






100 


Q4 

yi 


9 


149 000 
11- , uuu 


01 8 
Z 1 o 


0.0 Q^fi 

O U , JOO 


July 


1 a onn 
1 1 , zuu 


Qd O 

y 


i o q 7£ 
lo, o (U 


OUU 


1 oo 


93 






100 


Q9 
yz 


9 


1 c ^^ ooo 

1 Jl , uuu 


213 


32 163 


August 


13, 100 


937 


12,275 


600 


218 


131 






100 


97 


10 


146,000 


220 


32, 120 


September 


15,400 


933 


14,368 


400 


204 


82 






100 


84 


8 


151,000 


220 


33, 220 


October 


17, 200 


907 


1 5 - 600 


OuU 


onn. 

Z\JKJ 


100 






100 


Q7 

y / 


10 


i £1 nnn 
101, uuu 


OOfi 
ZZO 


Ofi Qfi 
o , o OO 


November 


i c nnn 
1 O , uuu 


ftQQ 

oyy 


i o /ioc 
lo , <ioO 


^fifi 


9ft4 


142 






100 


*J o 


10 


1 40 fififi 


228 


31 , 920 


December 


^ A A C\C\ 

14 , 4UU 


Q/1 fi 

y^u 


i 9 ^9 £ 
1 o , Oo O 


DUU 


9^^ 
ZOO 


153 






100 


QQ 
y o 


10 


1 Rfi fififi 
X o u , uuu 


224 


33 fiOO 

o o , uuu 


Total Commercial 


1 70 QfiH 

1 / z , yuu 


Q4G 

y<i y 


1 fid 1 49 
1 04: , 1<±Z 


c 70fi 
U , ( UU 


9 1 7 
6 X t 


1,452 






1,000 


95 


95 


1 781 000 


222 


395 578 


Annual Farm Slaughter 


/ / o nnn 
-£-/ _ , uuu 
















1,000 




_ 


191=1 fififi 






TOTAL 


i q 1 onn 
l o4 , yuu 












2, 000 






1 01 fi 000 

1 , J 1 u , uuu 




















1970 














January 


1 4 , 000 


i , uuu 


i A nfifi 
1 ^ , uuu 


ouu 


94 ^ 
Z'i O 


122 










- 


1 ^9 000 

a ■ 1 • ' , uuu 


225 


35, 775 


February 


11 i nn 
11,1 uu 


1 fi1 A 

1 , U14 


1 1 9R^ 
1 1 , Zoo 


Ann 

<iUU 


91 *i 


85 






100 


100 


10 


135 000 

1 JU , uuu 


226 


30, 510 


March 


1 o 7nn 
iz\ /uu 


1 ni ft 


1 9 Q9Q 

i z , yz y 


dfifi 


zou 


102 










_ 


152, 000 


226 


34 , 352 


April 


i o q nn 
1 , O uu 


1 fi9S 
1 , UZ o 


1 9 R79 
lO , O ( Z 


400 


99Q 


92 






100 


99 


10 


163 , 000 


223 


36, 349 


May 


1 1 , lull 


996 


1 1 354 


500 


279 


140 






100 


96 


10 


143, 000 


222 


31, 746 


June 


1 o onn 
lz , ZUU 


1 fifiQ 
1 , UUo 


1 9 9*57 
1Z , Zo I 


fififi 

UUU 


zoo 


155 






100 


84 


8 


145, 000 


219 


31, 755 


July 


13, 500 


955 


12,892 


400 


252 


101 






200 


100 


20 


147, 000 


218 


32,046 


August 


11,800 


944 


11,139 


400 


218 


87 






200 


92 


18 


144, 000 


212 


30,528 


September 


13,800 


928 


12,806 


500 


222 


111 






100 


82 


8 


157, 000 


217 


34,069 


October 


15,700 


912 


14,318 


600 


283 


170 






100 


86 


9 


165, 000 


223 


36,795 


November 


15,000 


989 


14,835 


600 


260 


156 












159, 000 


233 


37,047 


December 


14, 100 


958 


13, 508 


500 


270 


135 






100 


95 


10 


191,000 


220 


42,020 


Total Commercial 


158, 600 


977 


154,945 


5, 800 


251 


1,456 






1, 100 


94 


103 


1, 860, 000 


222 


412,992 


Annual Farm Slaughter 


JJ 2,000 






JJ 










1, 000 






130, 000 






TOTAL 


170, 600 












2,100 






1,990,000 







NOTE: Total commerc i al includes slaughter in Federally inspected and other s I aughter p I ants , but excludes animals slaughtered on farms. 
JJ Cattle and calf s I aughter combined after 1967. 



ALL CHICKENS: Number On Farms, By Counties, January 1, 1963- 1970 * 



DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


District 1 

Alleghany 

Ashe 

Averv 

Caldwell 

Wi Ikes 

Yadkin 


39,200 
50,300 
13,000 
131,600 
521,000 
36, 000 
879,700 
153 300 


37, 000 
44,300 
15, 100 
152,700 
665,200 
36,800 
1,104,500 
122. 600 


17, 000 
54,000 
11,200 
156,200 
782,300 
26,600 
1,266,200 
127. 300 


20,400 
48, 100 
9, 500 
143,700 
801,400 
30,200 
1,432, 800 
133. 700 


26, 000 
45, 700 
8, 600 
173, 200 
832, 700 
28, 100 
1,485,300 
118. 800 


35, 100 
36,400 
5,500 
176,200 
894,400 
23, 700 
1,447, 100 
179. 100 


37,900 
37,800 
4,600 
184, 100 
874, 000 
20, 700 
1.562,800 
187. 900 


51,200 
53,200 
4,600 
233,500 
986,400 
20, 000 
1,945,600 
209. 900 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W. ). 


1, 824, 100 


2, 178, 200 


2,440,800 


2,619,800 


2,718,400 


2,797,500 


2,909,800 


3,504,400 


District 4 

Buncombe 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Graham 

Macon 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Rutherford 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Yancey 


312,000 
116,400 
271, 700 
375, 500 
22,300 
96,000 
129,600 
58, 500 
49, 500 
130,400 
50,500 
16,300 
100,200 
95,400 
30,900 
35, 200 
55, 500 


329,300 
101, 100 
308. 100 
383, 900 
21,200 
101,200 
138,300 
44, 600 
42,400 
124,300 
40,400 
13,000 
90,400 
95,400 
24,700 
25,300 
50, 600 


275.000 
75, 000 

440,300 

454, 800 
10, 000 

142, 600 

119, 400 
14, 700 
20,600 

171,800 
45, 200 
9, 000 
89, 600 

102, 700 
19,300 
12, 700 
:;o, fioo 


206.200 
62,200 

427, 100 

484, 800 
7,300 

149, 700 

131,300 
11 , 800 
16, 500 

159, 800 
54, 200 
10,800 

107, 500 
89,300 
15,400 
12, 600 
30, 000 


208,800 
86, 100 

435,300 

526, 400 
9,600 

164, 500 

140, 400 
12, 300 
64, 400 

202, 300 
50,300 
9, 100 

108, 500 
78,700 
13, 800 
13,400 
27, 000 


250, 200 
72, 500 

338, 200 

512,300 
7,300 

123,200 

134, 100 
10 700 
63! 900 

199,300 
46, 100 
17, 900 

103, 400 
63,200 
9,000 
12,000 
22, 500 


316,500 
73,800 

382,600 

532,200 
6, 500 

143,200 

126, 900 
9 900 
73! 000 

186. 500 
44, 100 
19, 900 

128, 700 
67,600 
8,400 
12, 200 
20.400 


379,300 
51, 500 

454,000 

650, 200 
5,500 

145, 000 

130, 000 
9 400 
64' 600 

184! 400 
36, 000 
21.000 

164, 800 
88,900 
8, 600 
15,500 
27.300 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) 


1,945,900 


1, 934, 200 


L, : , 300 


1, 976, 500 


2, 150, 900 


1, 985, 800 


2, 152, 400 


2, 436, 000 


District 2 

Alamance 

Caswell 

Durham 

Franklin 

Guilford 

Rockingham 

Stokes 

Warren 


157.000 
79,000 
86, 500 
192, 400 
150, 900 
205, 400 
182, 600 
291,700 
138,900 
81,300 
191,600 
62,400 
59. 900 


165, 000 
69.500 
101,200 
183, 500 
140,300 
219, 200 
174,300 
278, 700 
132,400 
130,700 
226. 100 
49, 900 
47. 900 


217,600 
80, 600 
126,600 
147, 300 
125, 700 
277, 700 
102, 100 
243, 900 
94,400 
175,000 
190, 500 
60, 600 
33. 900 


247, 000 
80,600 
97, 500 
159, 100 
100, 600 
304, 300 
117,600 
212, 200 
99, 100 
157, 500 
175,300 
48, 500 
32. 900 


273, 800 
84, 500 
92, 600 
203 000 
114, 500 
355, 300 
158, 200 
208, 000 
87,300 
179, 200 
171, 700 
47,500 
31. 300 


328, 900 
79, 100 
85,800 
186 200 
104 ,'000 
329,200 
171,200 
190, 800 
70,300 
134,300 
144,700 
33, 800 
26. 700 


348, 400 
81,400 
90, 900 
180 000 
109! 100 
308, 100 
177, 800 
227, 600 
83,200 
114, 600 
126, 500 
30. 200 
25. 800 


377,200 
107,300 
116,900 
182 200 
107! 800 
374,300 
217, 600 
371,200 
115, 900 
106, 700 
148, 700 
28, 200 
21 . 000 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) . . . 


1,879,600 


1,918,700 


1,875,900 


1,832,200 


2, 006, 900 


1, 885, 000 


1,903,600 


2, 275, 000 


District 5 
Alexander 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Davie 

Iredell 

Lee 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Wake 


119 400 
209! 900 
430. 400 
174. 400 
56, 400 
246, 400 
133,600 
219,300 
134, 700 
502. 800 


13° 100 
20§! 900 
350, 300 
209, 300 
44, 800 
229, 100 
126, 900 
263, 200 
125, 600 
527. 900 


192 400 
239! 700 
373, 800 
190, 800 

43, 700 
248, 400 

86, 000 
275, 000 
216, 000 
589. 800 


155 800 
227! 700 
427, 400 
208, 000 

39,300 
260,800 

98, 900 
306, 500 
245, 000 
530, 800 


185 000 
202! 700 
444, 100 
222, 200 
35, 100 
258, 100 
142, 900 
282, 000 
227, 900 
583, 100 


186 100 
236!200 
535, 500 
195, 500 
31, 900 
242, 300 
144, 500 
258, 100 
331,300 
467, 600 


208 600 
277! 000 
490, 200 
172, 900 
30, 500 
286, 600 
142, 700 
281,400 
333, 900 
509. 800 


J. (J U , OKJKJ 

357 800 
627, 400 
215, 200 
56, 800 
416, 900 
177, 700 
284, 800 
396,300 
628. 800 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C ) 


2,227,300 


2, 219. 100 


2. 455, 600 


2, 500, 200 


2,583,100 


2,629,000 


2.733,600 


3,351, 000 


District 8 

Anson 

Cabarrus 

Cleveland 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Richmond 

Stanly 

Union 


252, 700 
181 , 200 
587, 000 
161,200 
163, 900 
127, 000 
72, 000 
53,400 
86. 900 
804.400 
498, 900 


256,300 
174, 000 
550, 800 
142, 100 
160, 600 
119,200 
57, 600 
43,300 
124, 300 
794. 200 
503,400 


238. 100 
204, 900 
589, 200 
109, 900 
182, 700 
89, 500 
65,300 
26, 600 
177, 000 
884. 400 
584, 400 


228, 600 
170, 100 
634, 900 
114,200 
201. 000 
101, 100 
71 , 800 
33, 200 
201,200 
787, 100 
572, 700 


226, 200 
219, 700 
676, 400 
118, 700 
179, 000 
101, 100 
121 , 000 
33, 600 
258, 900 
1, 144, 800 
629, 100 


220, 200 
165. 100 
656, 500 
105, 800 
169, 100 
66, 500 
82, 200 
53, 200 
232, 200 
1, 101, 000 
606, 600 


215,200 
201,000 
621,200 
109,900 
187, 200 
77,300 
71,900 
52, 500 
246,000 
1.189,000 
605, 200 


195,400 
208, 200 
672,200 
124, 000 
213,400 
79, 100 
75,300 
61 . 100 
271, 900 
1,383,400 
732,300 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S.)... 


2,988,600 


2, 925, 800 


3,152,000 


3,115,900 


3,708, 500 


3, 458, 400 


3, 576, 400 


4, 016, 300 


District 3 

Bertie 

Camden 

Currituck 

Edgecombe 

Gates 

Hal if ax 

Hertford 

Martin 

Nash 

Northampton 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Tyrrell 

Washington 


68, 500 
16,700 
19,300 

150, 400 
4,200 

100,200 
57, 000 

128 500 
28^ 100 
82,800 

182, 500 

110,300 
50,200 
55,400 
34,400 
23. 700 


82, 200 
18, 900 
18, 100 
115,300 
4,200 
102,200 
68 400 
120' 800 
22', 500 
109, 800 
166, 000 
121,500 
35,200 
55, 400 
40,600 
19, 000 


55, 500 
14,300 
30, 000 
106, 500 
2, 000 
84, 900 
58 600 
88' 000 
20, 000 
139, 100 
185, 500 
152, 200 
28, 500 
42, 100 
30, 000 
15. 400 


63,800 
10, 400 
32, 100 
80, 900 
2, 000 
92, 500 
60 900 
75! 600 
18,200 
150,200 
159, 500 
132,400 
28, 500 
33,300 
36,000 
12.300 


54, 400 
12,200 
28,300 
91,200 
1, 600 
96, 000 
74 800 
71, 800 
21,800 
179, 000 
195, 700 
180, 800 
28, 200 
28, 000 
38, 100 
12. 000 


43, 400 
11,000 
29, 700 
70, 300 
1, 500 
90, 800 
71 , 400 
65, 900 
18, 200 
172, 700 
249,300 
164, 200 
26,400 
25, 400 
30, 000 
18, 000 


53, 600 
9, 100 
32, 100 
73, 000 
1,500 
88, 700 
80, 000 
67, 100 
18, 700 
165, 200 
238, 500 
163, 800 
22, 800 
21, 900 
37, 000 
15, 700 


59,200 
7,900 
29, 800 
83, 200 
2, 200 
77, 400 
99, 600 
81,200 
21,500 
203, 700 
283, 100 
184, 900 
25, 500 
31,600 
37,500 
23, 700 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E. )•■ 


1.112.200 


1, 100, 100 


1,052,600 


988! 600 


1,113,900 


1.088! 200 


1,088,700 


1,252! 000 


District 6 

Carteret 

Craven 

Hyde 

Johnston 

Lenoir 

Pamlico 

Pitt 

Wayne 

Wilson 


140, 500 
32,800 
43 400 
54! 500 
35,300 
312,400 
44,600 
104, 500 
42,300 
204, 600 
240, 500 
110.200 


128,400 
39,400 
58 700 
61 ! 600 
29, 900 

290, 500 
53, 500 

106, 600 
50, 700 

183, 700 

222,400 
89.300 


129,400 
21, 600 
78 400 
46,' 400 
18, 300 

296, 800 
59,200 

110, 800 
58, 700 

207, 000 

259, 000 
86.400 


111,300 
24, 800 
80 000 
41 ! 300 
13, 700 

296,800 
45,000 

105, 300 
67, 500 

204, 900 

284, 900 
89. 900 


110, 000 
53, 500 

129 000 
36, 800 
15,900 

284, 900 
71,200 

134, 400 
60, 200 

277, 800 

372, 200 
83 . 600 


105, 000 
60, 100 
99, 000 
31, 700 
11,000 

262, 700 
60, 000 

129, 600 
40, 800 

596, 100 

348, 900 
87. 700 


110,200 
52, 500 

105, 900 
33,300 
10, 200 

275, 600 
77, 100 

121,300 
52, 500 

656, 000 

351,700 
94. 700 


146, 100 
57, 400 

160, 100 
54,200 
10, 000 

291,800 
81, 700 

131, 200 
67, 200 

839, 600 

441 , 900 
84. 800 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


1,365,600 


1,314,700 


1,372,000 


1,365,400 


1,629! 500 


1,832! 600 


1,941! 000 


2, 366, 00U 


District 9 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Duplin 

Harnett 

Hoke 

New Hanover 

Onslow 

Pender 

Robeson 

Sampson 

Scotland 


120,800 
48, 800 
270, 800 

506, 000 
202,000 
47 300 
46,400 
52, 700 
253,300 
319, 900 
271,900 
41.400 


160, 000 
41,000 
257.800 

639, 100 
261,200 
56 800 
39, 900 
50,200 
365, 000 
303, 900 
277,300 
48. 100 


211,700 
42,300 
253, 800 
9*37 1 no 
749, 500 
302, 600 
59, 500 
44,300 
48, 800 
479, 900 
274,200 
297, 100 
67, 000 


254, 000 
43, 100 
284,300 
272 100 
851 ! 800 
284, 400 
61, 300 
53, 200 
39,000 
383,900 
302,600 
316, 700 
59. 000 


256,400 
47, 800 
365, 700 
274 400 
967! 900 
318, 100 
63, 700 
59,000 
53, 200 
349, 500 
326, 400 
347, 800 
54. 900 


240, 000 
39, 400 
353, 400 
256 900 

1, 002! 000 

306, 700 
58,400 
53, 600 
48,300 
327, 000 
310, 800 
348, 100 
51.900 


219, 700 
38, 900 
345,300 
253 700 
968, 800 
309, 100 
53, 500 
48, 000 
45, 700 
343, 100 
335, 700 
365,200 
52. 800 


247, 900 
42, 100 
429, 900 
283, 400 
1, 172,300 
366, 800 
71,600 
55,800 
48, 400 
387, 200 
402, 000 
412, 100 
57. 800 


SOUTHERN COASTAL(S.E. ). . . 


2,340,700 


2,670,200 


3, 067, 800 


3,205,400 


3,484, 800 


3,396,500 


3,379,500 


3, 977,300 


STATE TOTAL 


15, 684, 000 


16,261,000 


17,450,000 


17,604,000 


19,396,000 


19, 073, 000 


19, 685, 000 


23, 178 000 



* Excludes commercial broiler:. 



CHICKENS AND TURKEYS: Numbers On Farms January 1, 1962-1 970 



49 





CHICKENS JJ 


TURKEYS 


YEAR 


Hens 


Pullets 


Other 
Chickens 


All 

Chickens 


Value 
Per 
Head 


Total 
Value 


Breeder 
Hens 


Total 
Turkeys 


Value 
Per 
Head 


Total 
Value 






Thousands 




Do 1 1 ars 


Thous . 
Dol s. 


Thousands 


Dol 1 ars 


Thous . 
Dol s. 


1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
19102/ 


4, 949 
5,493 
5,383 

5, 437 
6,089 

6, 150 
6, 396 
6,407 
7,624 


9,232 
9, 232 
10,063 
11, 271 
10,777 
12, 360 
11,835 
12, 478 
14, 826 


1,066 
959 
815 
742 
738 
886 
842 
800 
784 


15,247 
15, 684 
16, 261 
17,450 
17,604 
19, 396 
19,073 
19, 685 
23, 234 


1.00 
1.05 
1.05 
1.00 
1. 10 
1. 10 
.99 
1.05 
1. 15 


15, 247 
16,468 
17,074 
17, 450 
19, 364 
21, 336 
18,882 
20,669 
26,719 


113 
118 
151 
160 
210 
220 
220 
254 
276 


214 
230 
265 
347 
509 
669 
997 
741 
710 


3.75 
3.85 
4. 10 
4. 10 
4. 30 
4. 60 
4. 10 
4. 30 
4.60 


802 
886 
1,086 
1,423 

2, 189 
3,077 
4,088 

3, 186 
3, 266 



JJ Excludes commercial broilers. 2/ Preliminary. 



CHICKENS: Farm Production, Disposition and income, 1962-70* 



YEAR 


Number 
produced 


Number 
Consumed 

In Farm 
Household 


Number 
Sold 


Pounds 
Produced 


Pounds 
Consumed 

In Farm 
Household 


Pounds 
Sold 


Price 

Per 
Pound 


Cash 
Receipts 
From Sales 


Value Of 
Chickens 
Consumed in 
Household 


Gross 
inc ome 








Thousands 






Cen is 


Thousand Dollars 




1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970?/ 


10,762 
11,756 
11,964 

11, 220 

12, 203 
11,844 
12,449 
12,923 
12,544 


4, 257 
3,816 
3, 146 
2,415 
1,811 
1,630 
1,597 
1, 278 
1, 125 


6,068 

7, 363 
7,629 

8, 651 
8, 600 

10,537 
10, 240 
8,096 
11,973 


51, 291 
56, 769 
58, 720 
59, 686 
62, 699 
62, 611 
68, 630 
69,084 
72,026 


14.474 
12, 593 
10, 696 
8, 694 
6,520 
6,031 
6, 228 
5, 112 
4, 163 


34,588 
41, 233 
41,960 
48,446 
50,740 
61, 115 
60,416 
51,005 
74, 233 


12.8 
12. 7 
11.8 
12.0 
13.0 
10.8 
11. 5 
13.0 
11. 9 


4, 427 

5, 237 
4,951 
5,814 
6,596 

6, 600 
6,948 
6,631 
8,834 


1,853 
1,599 
1, 262 
1,043 
848 
651 
716 
665 
495 


6, 280 
6,836 

6, 213 
6,857 
7,444 
7,251 
7,664 

7, 296 
9,329 



* Excludes commercial broilers. 



_2J Pre I im i nary . 



TURKEYS: Farm Production, Disposition and Income, 1962-1970 



YEAR 



Number 
Produced 



Number 
Sold 



Pounds 
Produced 



Pounds 
Sold 



Price 

Per 
Pound 



Gross 
Income 

2/ 



1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970?/ 



2, 339 
2,721 
4,095 
4,690 
6, 133 
6,922 
8, 266 
9,408 
9,563 



Thousands 



2,323 
2,686 
4,013 
4, 528 
5,973 
6,594 

8, 522 
9,439 

9, 530 



45,376 
52,756 
73, 751 
84, 501 
109, 279 
117,507 
154, 625 
168, 384 
175,959 



45,066 
52. 108 
72, 234 
81, 504 
106, 319 
111, 439 
159, 361 
168,958 
175, 352 



Cen is 

21.7 

21. 8 
21.9 

22. 5 

23. 6 
20.6 
21.0 
22. 1 
21. 7 



Thous . 
Pols. 

9,779 
11, 360 
15,819 
18, 338 
25,091 
22,956 
33, 466 
37. 340 
38,051 



JJ Includes consumption in households of producers which is less than I percent of product i on for the U-S- J2J Pre I i mi nary 



CHICKENS- -Number Four Months Plus On Farms, January 

WARffH\ 



1970 



EACH DOT = 50.000 CHICKENS 




* Excludes Commercial Broilers 



LAYING HENS: Number On Farms, By Months, 1963- 1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Yearly 
Total 


Yearly 
Average 
















Thousands 














1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


11, 730 
12, 000 
12, 424 
12, 570 
13,280 
13, 685 
13,781 
17, 252 


11, 746 
12, 021 
12,423 
12, 569 
13,285 
13, 794 
13, 726 
17,328 


11,828 
12, 193 
12, 497 
12, 568 
13,230 
14, 025 
13, 948 
17, 084 


11,692 
1 1 , 1 92 
12,347 
12,492 
12, 953 
14, 070 
14,367 
16, 784 


11,492 
11,636 
12, 197 
12,342 
12,809 
14, 034 
14,712 
16,486 


11,292 
11,506 
12, 197 
12, 192 
12,950 
14, 030 
15, 069 
16,308 


11,238 
11, 678 
12, 050 
12,338 
13, 163 
13, 914 
15, 668 
16, 358 


11,480 
11,999 
12,053 
12,635 
13,368 
13,750 
16, 186 
16,491 


11,942 
12,396 
12,501 
13, 003 
13, 669 
13, 671 
16,370 
16, 603 


12, 176 
12,564 
12, 800 
13, 221 
13, 769 
13,690 
16,479 
16,561 


12, 194 
12,506 
12, 800 
13, 287 
13,666 
13, 678 
16, 776 
16, 552 


12,210 
12,509 
12,723 
13,353 
13,693 
13,744 
17,026 
16,691 


141,020 
145, 000 
149, 012 
152, 570 
159, 835 
166,085 
184,108 
200,498 


11,752 
12,083 
12,418 
12,714 
13,320 
13, 840 
15,342 
16, 708 



RATE OF LAY: Eggs Produced Per Hundred Layers, By Months, 1963- 1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Yearly 
Total 


Yearly 
Average 
















Number 














1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


1,699 
1, 804 
1,745 
1,779 
1,804 
1,835 
1,733 
1,782 


1, 613 
1,760 
1,638 
1, 624 
1,658 
1,754 
1,669 
1, 630 


1,888 
1, 941 
1,910 
1,897 
1,897 
1,906 
1,922 
1,854 


1,896 
1, 947 
1,866 
1,890 
1,890 
1,872 
1,884 
1,842 


1,934 
1,996 
1 , 947 
1, 922 
1, 984 
1,934 
1,965 
1,941 


1,812 
1, 860 
1,848 
1,818 
1,884 
1, 842 
1,896 
1,863 


1, 832 
1, 814 
1, 823 
1, 786 
1, 863 
1, 854 
1, 916 
1,891 


1,773 
1,714 
1,724 
1,745 
1,835 
1,814 
1,869 
1,857 


1,632 
1,617 
1,602 
1,698 
1,800 
1 , 752 
1 , 803 
1,797 


1,680 
1,686 
1,662 
1,755 
1, 885 
1,841 
1,885 
1,879 


1,689 
1,686 
1, 674 
1,704 
1, 815 
1,776 
1,812 
1,812 


1, 761 
1,770 
1,779 
1,773 
1,835 
1,755 
1,823 
1 , 844 


21,209 
21,595 
21,218 
21,391 
22, 150 
21,928 
22, 177 
21,992 


1,767 
1,800 
1,768 
1,783 
1,846 
1,827 
1,848 
1,833 



EGG PRODUCTI ON: Number Of Eggs Produced On Farms, By Months, 1 963- 1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Yearly 
Total 


Yearly 
Average 


















Mi 1 1 i on s 














1963 


199 


189 


223 


222 


222 


205 


206 


204 


195 


205 


206 


215 


2,491 


208 


1964 


216 


212 


237 


233 


232 


214 


212 


206 


200 


212 


211 


221 


2,606 


217 


1965 


217 


203 


239 


230 


237 


225 


220 


208 


200 


213 


214 


226 


2, 632 


219 


1966 


224 


204 


238 


236 


237 


222 


220 


220 


221 


232 


226 


237 


2, 717 


226 


1967 


240 


220 


251 


245 


254 


244 


245 


245 


246 


260 


248 


251 


2,949 


246 


1968 


251 


242 


267 


263 


271 


258 


258 


249 


240 


252 


243 


241 


3, 035 


253 


1969 


239 


229 


268 


271 


289 


286 


300 


303 


295 


311 


304 


310 


3,405 


284 


1970 


307 


282 


317 


309 


320 


304 


309 


306 


298 


311 


300 


308 


3, 671 


306 



EGGS: Farm Production, Disposition and Income, 1963-1970 



YEAR 


Average Number 
Layers 
During Year 


Eggs Laid 
Annually Per 
Layer On Farm 
During Year 


Eggs 
Proauced 


Consumed 
In Farm 
Household 


Sold 


Price 

Per 
Dozen 


Cash 
Receipts 


Value Of Eggs 
Consumed 
In Farm 
Household 


Gross 
Income 




Thousands 


Number 




Mi 1 1 1 ons 




Cen ts 




Thousand Do 1 lars 




1963 


11,752 


212 


2,491 


143 


2, 348 


39.9 


78, 071 


4, 755 


82,826 




12,083 


216 


2,606 


124 


2, 482 


38.8 


80, 251 


4, 009 


84,260 


m 


12,418 


212 


2,632 


107 


2, 525 


38.0 


79, 958 


3,388 


83,346 


1966 


12,714 


214 


2,717 


81 


2,636 


45. 1 


99, 070 


3,044 


102, 114 


1967 


13,320 


221 


2,949 


85 


2, 864 


36.9 


88, 068 


2,614 


90, 682 


1968 


13, 840 


219 


3,035 


89 


2, 946 


39.3 


96, 449 


2, 915 


99,364 


1969 


15,342 


222 


3,405 


77 


3,328 


45.7 


126, 741 


2,932 


129,673 


1970 


16,708 


220 


3,671 


72 


3, 599 


43.2 


129, 564 


2,592 


132,156 



Million 
Layers 



17. 5 



Number Layers On Farms And Total Egg Production, 1956-1970 



15.0 



12. 5 



10. 



7. 5 



5.0 

























EGG F 


'RODUCTION 
























""\" 














NUMBER OF LA 


YERS 



































Million 
Eggs 



3, 500 



3, 000 



2,500 



2, 000 



1,500 



1, 000 



1956 



1958 



1960 



1962 



1964 



1966 



1968 



1970 



CHICKS HATCHED BY COMMERCIAL HATCHERIES, 1969- 1970 
North Carolina and United States 



5 1 









1969 


(000) 












1970 


(000) 






MONTH 


BROILER TYPE 


EGG 


TYPE 


TOTAL 


BROILER 


TYPE 


EGG 


TYPE 


TOTAL 




N. C. 


U. S. 


N. C. 


u. s. 


N. C. 


U. S. 


N. C. 


u. s. 


N. C. 


U. S. 


N. C. 


U. S. 


January 
February 
March 
April 

Ma \r 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


23 , 544 
23,919 
28,215 
28, 138 
29,549 
28,043 
26,462 
27,015 
24,470 
24,955 
27,508 
26,976 


236, 425 
228, 112 
267,773 
268,538 
279,993 
266, 184 
257,631 
246,714 
231,021 
237,497 
248,915 
256,237 


578 
740 
1, 068 
1,136 

819 
740 

635 
753 
839 
590 
563 


38,044 
40,297 
53, 621 
60,293 

EQ con 

47,395 
40,213 
37,965 
39,453 
39,987 
34,052 
39,048 


24, 122 
24,659 
29,283 
29,274 
30,645 
28,862 
27,202 
27,650 
25,223 
25,794 
28,098 
27, 539 


ft F7 A A /■> f\ 

274, 469 
268,409 
321,394 
328,831 
339,513 
313, 579 
297, 844 
284,679 
270, 474 
277,484 
282,967 
295,285 


27, 796 
27,273 
31,972 
30,825 
31,327 
29,956 
27,547 
27,066 
21, 859 
22,732 
25,536 
26,471 


270,094 
254, 077 
295, 951 
294, 242 
300,684 
287,223 
268,439 
260,703 
223, 808 
228,377 
246,571 
259, 000 


820 
833 
1,457 
1,534 

I, A 1 1 

708 
722 
392 
1,004 
867 
553 
702 


46,287 
46,940 
64, 608 
69, 760 

ca oca 
04 , ODD 

50,903 
45,083 
29,433 
40,522 
42, 167 
35,546 
35, 527 


28, 616 
28, 106 
33,429 
32,359 
32,604 
30,664 
28,269 
27,458 
22,863 
23,599 
26, 089 
27, 173 


316, 381 
301,017 
360,559 
364,002 
365,050 
338, 126 
313, 522 
290, 136 
264,330 
270,544 
282, 117 
294, 527 


YEARLY TOTAL 


318,794 


3, 025, 040 


9,557 


529,888 


328,351 


3,554,928 


330,360 


3, 


189, 169 


10, 869 


571, 142 


341,229 


3,760,311 








NORTH 


CAROLINA COMMERCIAL 


BRO ILERS, 


1945-1970 









YEAR 


Number 
Produced 


Average 
Live Wt. 
Per Bird 


Pounds 
Produced 


Price 
Per 
Lb. 


Gross 
Income 


YEAR 


Number 
Produced 


Average 
Live Wt. 
Per Bird 


Pounds 
Produced 


Price 
Per 
Lb. 


Gross 
Income 




Thous. 




Pounds 


Thous. 


Cen ts 


Thous. $ 




Thous. 


Pounds 


Thous. 


Cen fs 


Thous. $ 


1945 


17,940 




2.9 


52,026 


29.7 


15,452 


1958 


134,600 


3.3 


444, 180 


17.6 


78, 176 


1946 


14, 711 




2.9 


42,662 


32.3 


13,780 


1959 


137,400 


3.3 


453,420 


15.2 


68,920 


1947 


16, 182 




2.8 


45,310 


32.9 


14,907 


1960 


156,600 


3.3 


516,780 


16.0 


82,685 


1948 


18,286 




2.9 


53,029 


34.7 


18,401 


1961 


186,354 


3.4 


633,604 


13.0 


82,369 


1949 


23,040 




2.8 


64,512 


26.9 


17,354 


1962 


203, 126 


3.4 


690,628 


14.3 


98,760 


1950 


28, 109 




2.8 


78,705 


26.3 


20, 699 


1963 


215,314 


3.4 


732,068 


14. 1 


103,222 


1951 


32,606 




2.8 


91,297 


27.9 


25,472 


1964 


213, 161 


3.5 


746, 064 


13.6 


101,465 


1952 


43,366 




2.8 


121,425 


28.4 


34,485 


1965 


234,477 


3.5 


820, 670 


14.4 


118, 176 


1953 


50,738 




2.9 


147, 140 


26.3 


38,698 


1966 


260,269 


3.5 


910,942 


15.3 


139,374 


1954 


58,349 




2.9 


169,212 


22.4 


37,903 


1967 


262,872 


3.6 


946,339 


13. 1 


123,970 


1955 


72,936 




3.0 


218,808 


24.2 


52, 952 


1968 


262,872 


3.7 


972,626 


14.4 


140,058 


1956 


94,087 




3.1 


291,670 


18.9 


55, 126 


1969 


280,637 


3.7 


1,038,357 


15.3 


158,869 


1957 


106,352 




3. 1 


329,691 


17.9 


59,015 


1970 


307,377 


3.7 


1, 137,295 


13.6 


154,672 



NORTH CAROLINA COMMERCIAL BROILERS: Eggs Set, Chicks Placed and Marketable Broilers, By Weeks, 1969- 1 970 



MONTH 
and 
WEEK 


Broiler 
Eggs 
Set 


Chicks 
Placed 


Marketable 
Broilers jj 


MONTH 
and 
WEEK 


Broiler 
Eggs 
Set 


Chicks 
Placed 


Marketable 
Broilers U 


1969 

January 4 
11 
18 


7,018 
7,060 
7,365 


Thousands 

4,882 
4,931 
5,089 
5, 339 


4,313 
4,682 
4,688 
4 , 594 


1970 

January 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


7, 907 
8, 121 
7,978 
8,674 
8.576 


Thousands 

5,867 
5,778 
5,735 
5,943 
6.076 


4,624 
5,654 
5, 869 
5, 861 
5,848 


February \ 
8 
15 

22 


— m — 

7, 728 
7,826 
7.956 


5,349 
5,504 
5, 734 
5.806 


4,561 
4,536 
4,594 
4.519 


February 7 
14 
21 
28 


8, 804 
8,986 
8, 920 
9. 109 


6, 030 
6,559 
6,527 
6. 521 


5,822 
5, 744 
5,521 
5.463 


March 1 
8 
15 

22 

m i . 29 


8,082 
7,924 
7,985 
8/018 
8. 159 


5,940 
5,916 
6, 028 
6, 138 
5. 994 


4,592 
4,643 
4,818 
4,966 
5. 101 


March 7 
14 
21 

28 


9,013 
8,921 
8, 935 
3. 856 


6, 803 
6,819 
6, 987 
6.858 


5,470 
5, 619 
5,644 
5.740 


April 5 
12 
19 
26 


8, 181 
8,224 
8,288 
8, 198 


6,096 
6,205 
6,246 
6. 112 


5, 235 
5,363 
5,510 
5.651 


April 4 
11 
18 

25 


8,926 
8,970 
8, 688 
8, 839 


6,764 
6,832 
6,923 
6.849 


5,835 
6,034 
6, 180 
6.339 


May 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


81329 
8,360 
8,341 
8,288 
8.314 


6, 136 
6,233 
6,211 
6,173 
6.272 


5, 710 
5,782 
5,846 
5,871 
5. 893 


May 2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


8, 709 
8,860 
8,829 
8,824 
8, 848 


6,860 
6,661 
6,774 
6,786 
6, 770 


6,418 
6,512 
6,663 
6,681 
6,663 


June 7 
14 
21 
28 


8, 255 
6,336 
7,772 
8.057 


6,285 
6,229 
6,202 
6.081 


5,915 
5, 9S6 
6,001 
5.979 


June 6 
13 
20 
27 


8,668 
8,398 
7,238 
7.937 


6,921 
6,835 
6,767 
6 . 652 


6,613 
6, 634 
6,673 
6.670 


July 5 
12 
19 

26 


7,801 
7,936 
7,983 
7, 883 


4,633 
5,744 
5,883 
5,641 


5,975 
6, 007 
6,019 
6.031 


July 4 
11 
18 

25 


8, 182 
7,992 
8, 113 
7.925 


6,517 
5,385 
5, 932 
6.382 


6,586 
6,561 
6,537 
6.573 


August 2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


7,718 
7,610 
7,700 
7,620 
7. 595 


5, 748 
5,846 
5,604 
5,750 
5.631 


6,055 
6,074 
6,051 
5,985 
5.469 


August 1 
8 
15 

22 
29 


8,056 
7,675 
7,375 
7,153 
6,261 


6,099 
6,050 
6,058 
5,944 
5, 850 


6, G20 
6,636 
6,635 
6,548 

m 


September 6 
13 
20 
27 


6, 096 
7,658 
8,021 
7.591 


5,745 
5,610 
5,535 
4.293 


5,321 
5,257 
5,583 
5 . 584 


September 5 
12 
19 
26 


5 792 
6,851 
6,939 
6.408 


5,055 
5,394 
4,641 
4.261 


5,766 
5,722 
5,953 


October 4 
11 
18 
25 


5,472 
7,556 
8,060 
8,090 


5, 649 
5,863 
5,399 
3,732 


5, 572 
5,560 
5,561 
5,491 


October 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


5, 528 
6,909 
7,317 
7,579 
7.641 


4.962 
5,241 
4, 818 
4, 149 
5.240 


5)991 
5,886 
5,836 
5,772 


November 1 
8 
15 
22 
29 


8,254 
8,031 
8,014 
7,953 
7.552 


5! 459 
6,020 
6,009 
6,124 
5.997 


5| 537 
5,492 
5,461 
4,991 
5, 004 


November 7 
14 
21 
28 


7,478 
7,556 
7,599 
7, 676 


5,495 
5,662 
5,874 
5,815 


5)269 
4,879 
4,622 
4,482 


December 6 
13 
20 
27 


7,004 
7,899 
7,843 
7,707 


5,966 
6,044 
5,757 
5,275 


5,110 
5,467 
4,848 
4,717 


December 5 
12 
19 
26 


7,239 
7,305 
7,417 
7,529 


5,789 
5,759 
5,705 
5,342 


4,676 
4,856 
4,593 
4,593 



U Marketable broilers computed on basis of 3 percent mortality and placements 8-10 weeks earlier. 



52 



HONEY AND BEESWAX: Number Of Colonies, Yield Per Colony, Production, Price And Value, 1960-1970 



Colonies 
Of 
Bees 



Thousands 

186 
196 
199 
209 
205 
209 
213 
226 
219 
226 
201 



HONEY 



Production 
Per 
Colony 



Pounds 

27 
23 
25 
11 
30 
28 
10 
15 
19 
23 
24 



Total 
Production 



Thous. Pounds 

5,022 
4,531 
4,975 
2,299 
6,150 
5,852 
2, 130 
3,390 
4, 161 
5, 198 
4,824 



Avg. Price 
Per Pound 
All Honey 



Cen ts 

35.0 
34.2 
32.5 
33.4 
37.7 
36.4 
28.6 
23.6 
23.2 
23.9 
26.3 



Value 
Of 

Production 



Thous. Pols. 

1,758 
1,550 
1,6-17 

768 
2,319 
2,150 

777 

800 

965 
1,242 
1,269 



BEESWAX 



Production 



Thous. Pounds 

110 
104 
119 

53 
135 
146 

64 
112 
125 
156 
135 



Avg. Price 
Per 
Pound 



Cen ts 

46.4 
44.2 
46.2 
44.0 
44. 
43.0 
44.0 
55.0 
55.0 
55.0 
53.0 



Value 
Of 

Production 



Thous. Pols. 



JJ Pre I i mi nary. 



DAIRY PRODUCTS: Production And Disposition Of Milk And Milk Products, 1963-1970 



Milk 
Cows 
On 
Farms 

2J 



PRODUCTION OF MILK AND MILKFAT JJ 



PER MILK COW 



Milk 



Milk- 
fat 



Percent 
Fat 
in 
Milk 



TOTAL 



Milk 



Milk- 
fat 



Butter 
Churned 
On 
Farms 



MILK USED ON FARM WHERE PRODUCED 



Fed 
To 
Calves 



Consumed 
As 
Fluid 
Milk 

Or 
Cream 



Used For 

Farm 
Churned 
Butter 



Total 



MILK MARKETED BY FARMERS 



Sold To 
Plants And 
Dealers 
As 
Whole 
Cream 



Retailed 

By 
Farmers 
As Milk 
And 
Cream 



Total 
Used 
In 

Products 
Sold 



Thous. 

238 
226 
217 
208 
200 
194 
190 
187 



Pounds 



6,270 


238 


6,560 


249 


6,920 


263 


7,090 


269 


7,440 


283 


7,603 


289 


7,816 


293 


8,048 


302 



Perc en f 

3.80 
3.80 



Mi I 1 ion Pounds 



Mi 1 1 i on Pounds 



80 

30 
SO 
30 
75 
7 5 



1,492 


57 


3 


5 


26 


1,483 


56 


2 


8 


25 


1,502 


57 


2 


3 


24 


1,475 


56 


1 


8 


22 


1,488 


57 


1 


5 


20 


1,475 


56 


1 


3 


19 


1,485 


56 


1 


1 


18 


1 , 505 


56 




9 


18 



197 


76 


299 


1,165 


28 


1,193 


180 


62 


267 


1,190 


26 


1,216 


162 


52 


238 


1,240 


24 


1,264 


150 


41 


213 


1,240 


22 


1,262 


139 


34 


193 


1,-275 


20 


1,295 


132 


29 


180 


1,275 


20 


1,295 


123 


25 


166 


1,300 


19 


1,319 


117 


21 


156 


1,330 


19 


1,349 



JJ Excludes milk sucked by calves. JJ Average number on farms during year excluding heifers not yet fresh. JJ Preliminary. 



DAIRY PRODUCTS: Sales, Prices, Value Of Sales, And Gross Income, 1963-1 970 





MILK SOLD TO 
PLANTS AND DEALERS 


MILK AND CREAM 
RETAILED BY FARMERS 


COMBINED 
MILK 


MARKETINGS OF 
AND CREAM 


USED FOR MILK, 
CREAM & BUTTER 
ON FARMS 


Gross 
Farm 
Income 


Farm 
Value 

Of 
Milk 
Produced 


YEAR 




Price 

Per 

100 
Pounds 


Cash 
Re- 
ceipts 


Milk 
Equiv- 
alent 
a lent 


Price 
Per 
Quart 


Cash 
Re- 
ceipts 


Milk 
Uti- 
lized 


Avg. Returns 


Cash 

Receipts 
From 

Market- 
ings 


WHERE PRODUCED 


From 
Dairy 


Quantity 


Per 
100 
Pounds 
Milk 


Per 
Pound 
Milk- 
fat 


Milk 
Utilized 


Value 


Products 

JJ 


2J 




Mi 1 1 ion 
Po un ds 


Pol s. 


Thous. 
Pol s. 


Mi 1 1 ion 
Qua rts 


Cen ts 


Thous. 
Pol s. 


Mi 1 1 ion 
Po un ds 


Pol 1 ars 


Thousand 
Do 1 1 ars 


Mi 1 1 ion 
Poun ds 


Thous. 
Pol s. 


Thous. 
Pol s. 


Thous. 
Pol s. 


1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 JJ 


1,165 
1,190 
1,240 
1,240 
1,275 
1,275 
1,300 
1.330 


5.61 
5.74 
5.81 
6.15 
6.41 
6.59 
6.90 
7.04 


65, 356 
68,306 
72, 044 
76,260 
81, 728 
84. 022 
89, 700 
93,632 


13 
12 
11 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 


20.5 
20. 1 
19.5 
21.4 
23.1 
24.0 
25.5 
26.0 


2, 665 
2,412 
2, 145 
2,140 
2,079 
2, 160 
2,253 
2,298 


1, 193 
1,216 
1,264 
1, 262 
1,295 
1,295 
1,319 
1,349 


5.70 
5.82 
5.87 
6.21 
6.47 
6.65 
6.97 
7.11 


1.50 
1.53 
1.54 
1.63 
1.70 
1.75 
1.86 
1.90 


68,021 
70, 718 
74, 189 
78,400 
83,807 
86,182 
91,953 
95,930 


273 
242 
214 
191 
173 
161 
148 
138 


15,561 
14, 084 
12,562 
11,861 
11,193 
10, 706 
10,316 
9,812 


83,582 
84,802 
86,751 
90,261 
95, 000 
96,888 
102,269 
105,742 


85,044 
86,311 
88, 167 
91,598 
96,274 
98,088 
103, 504 
107, 005 



JJ Cash receipts from marketings of mi Ik and cream plus value of milk consumed on farm and farm churned butter. Includes value of 

milk fed to calves in addition to gross farm income. JJ Pre I i mi nary. 



DAIRY MANUFACTURING: Production Of Specified Products, 1963- 1970 



YEAR 


ICE CREAM JJ 


Milk 


Ice 


Water 


Ice 
Cream 
Mix 


All 
Other 
Mix 


Cottage 
Cheese 
Curd 


Cottage 
Cheese 
Creamed 


Wholesale 


Retail 


Hard 


Soft 


Total 


Sherbet 


Milk 


Ices 












Thousand 


6a 1 Ions 










Thousand Pounds 


1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 JJ 


14,278 
14,631 
15,666 
16,691 
17, 101 


528 
417 
433 
435 
462 


17,881 
18,398 
18,224 


343 
522 
322 


14, 806 
14, 048 
15, 099 
16, 126 
17,563 
18,224 
18,920 
18,546 


1,003 
1,036 
1,067 
992 
1,043 
1,272 
1,293 
1,593 


11,591 
12, 751 
13,477 
13,382 
13,291 
13,409 
11,842 
11,307 


1,748 
1,914 
2, 066 
2,303 
2,257 
2,303 
1,902 
2,073 


6, 788 
7,017 
7,333 
7,363 
7,629 
7,455 
7,602 
9,561 


6,813 
7,255 
7,736 
7,786 
7,651 
7,353 
7,064 
7,465 


4,557 
4,864 
5,393 
5,535 
5,221 
5,459 
5,476 
6,482 


6,151 
6,656 
7,286 
7,587 
7,498 
7,451 
7,659 
9,214 



U Who I esa I e and retail discontinued after 1967; hard and soft not ava i I abl e prior to 1968. JJ Prel iminary. 



MILK: Grade A Purchases From North Carolina Producers, 1962- 1970 



53 



MONTH 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 JJ 












Pounds (OOO) 










January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


91,965 
83,059 
92,239 
93,355 
94 738 
83 ', 763 
83,951 
85,676 
88, 185 
95,601 
92, 127 
95,327 


94,422 
83,934 
93,600 
97, 109 
96 886 
85,979 
86,706 
87,730 
91,151 
96,828 
95,381 
97,058 


97, 120 
91,007 
98,905 
98,799 
100 065 
87,451 
89,430 
92 , 762 
93, 138 
94,552 
93,270 
98,664 


99, 108 
89,374 
99,643 
100,891 
10? 04? 
91,729 
93,028 
93,247 
95,618 
99, 109 
96,324 
100,776 


100,528 
89,410 
101,952 
101,726 
1 0? 60S 
92, 153 
90,940 
95,681 
99,212 
102,376 
99. 515 
103,816 


104, 161 
95,258 
109,093 
108,694 
108 9^7 
96,953 
98,006 
98, 944 
99, 544 
103,397 
100, 799 
104,335 


103,247 
97,376 
105,755 
109,375 

1 OQ 49Q 

97,284 
98,508 
97, 997 
101, 142 
102, 194 
98, 754 
103,694 


104,872 
96, 550 
107,410 
109,843 

111 9?4 
111, zoi 

98,151 
98,988 
102,548 
102,518 
106,319 
103,745 
108,567 


108,853 
100,799 
114,831 
112,674 

111 

Ill, O ( O 

101,360 
103, 374 
104, 423 
104, 166 
109,830 
106, 088 
112,974 


TOTAL 


1,079,986 


1,106,784 


1,135,163 


1, 161,889 


1, 180,914 


1,227,441 


1,224,755 


1,250,745 


1, 290,950 



JJ Preliminary. 



FLUID MILK AND CREAM: Sales To Consumers 
By Distributors, 1966-1970 



MONTH 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 U 








Pounds (OOO) 






January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


91, 133 
83,658 
93,999 
91,442 
91, 513 
79,650 
84,451 
85,170 
93,919 
96,320 
92, 958 
91,862 


94,953 
87, 222 
95,672 
91,478 
93,356 
79,702 
82,022 
84,825 
95, 834 
97,342 
94, Oil 
91,487 


96,392 
93,082 
98,620 
95,093 
97, 126 
80, 907 
84,982 
89,795 
96, 179 
100, 176 
"96, 576 
91,786 


99,792 
89, 197 
96,310 
91, 171 
95,882 
78,872 
83,570 
83,256 
95,246 
97,805 
91,436 
92, 140 


97, 144 
88, 145 
94,708 
94,445 
95,074 
82, 757 
83,088 
83, 560 
94,321 
100,037 
90, 520 
91,710 


TOTAL 


1,076,075 


1,087,904 


1,120,714 


1,094,677 


1, 095, 509 



JJ Pre I i mi nary. NOTE: Combines Class I and II sales for three years 
compar i son in accordance with reclassification of Class II effective 
October I, 1967. Includes milk shake mix sales. Includes military 
sal es. 



Number Grade A Milk Producers 
1966-1970 



JJ Preliminary. 



MONTH 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 JJ 








Number 






January 


2, 884 


2,702 


2, 555 


2,374 


2, 294 


February 


2,879 


2,696 


2,542 


2,367 


2,285 


March 


2,865 


2,683 


2, 534 


2,362 


2,283 


April 


2,824 


2,662 


2,507 


2,351 


2,261 


May 


2,819 


2,653 


2,491 


2,338 


2,246 


June 


2,801 


2,645 


2,443 


2,357 


2,239 


July 


2, 790 


2,637 


2,435 


2,341 


2,231 


August 


2.769 


2,618 


2,421 


2,336 


2,224 


September 


2,757 


2,601 


2,421 


2,334 


2,214 


October 


2,739 


2,593 


2,411 


2,311 


2,211 


November 


2, 722 


2,581 


2,391 


2,302 


2, 198 


December 


2,710 


2,561 


2,384 


2,292 


2, 186 



FLUID MILK: Pounds Imported By North Carol 
Distributors, By Months, 1966-1970 



na 



MONTH 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 






Th 


ousand Pounds 






January 


26 


247 


1, 160 


1,674 


369 


February 


750 





1, 182 


610 


149 


March 


140 


150 


1, 561 


578 


143 


April 







44 





144 


May 


48 











128 


June 













144 


July 


1, 139 











191 


August 


264 





501 





144 


September 


1,350 


1,450 


2,427 


832 


1, 079 


October 


1,449 


1,330 


2, 589 


57 


801 


November 


456 


266 


2,267 





646 


December 


109 


583 


831 





271 


TOTAL 


5,731 


4, 026 


12,562 


3,751 


4, 209 



Average Daily Production Per Grade A 
Producer, 1966-1970 



MONTH 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 








Po unds 






January 


1, 124 


1,244 


1,304 


1,425 


1,531 


February 


1, 109 


1,262 


1,321 


1,457 


1, 575 


March 


1, 148 


1,312 


1,346 


1,467 


1,623 


April 


1, 201 


1,361 


1,454 


1,557 


1,661 


May 


1, 186 


1,316 


1, 471 


1, 535 


1,603 


June 


1, 097 


1, 222 


1,327 


1,388 


1, 509 


July 


1,052 


1, 199 


1,305 


1,364 


1, 495 


August 


1, 115 


1,219 


1,306 


1,416 


1,515 


September 


1,200 


1, 267 


1,393 


1,464 


1, 568 


October 


1,206 


1,287 


1,367 


1,484" 


1, 604 


November 


1,219 


1,302 


1,377 


1,502 


1,609 


December 


1,236 


1,314 


1,403 


1,528 


1,667 



GRADE A MILK: Purchases From Producers By North Carolina Distributors, By Classes, 1968- 1970 



MONTH 



CLASS I PURCHASES 



CLASS II PURCHASES 



1968 



1969 



1970 



1968 



1969 



1970 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

TOTAL 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

97, 199 
93,322 
98,310 
95,446 
97,393 
80,963 
86,533 
90,398 
95,614 
99, 140 
94,969 
93, 208 

1, 122,495 



Pet. 



94.1 
95.8 
93.0 
87.3 
89.0 
83.2 
87.8 
92.2 
94.5 
97.0 
96.2 
89.9 

91.7 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

99,308 
89,553 
97,324 
92,885 
96,347 
79,064 
85,684 
84,513 
96,426 
100, 179 
94,946 
94,100 

1, 110,329 



Pet. 



94.7 
92.8 
90.6 
84.6 
86.6 
80.6 
86.6 
82.4 
94. 1 
94.2 
91.5 
86.7 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

100,202 
91,099 
98,449 
98,426 
97,586 
85, 139 
87,884 
88,277 
99,344 

104, 746 
96,699 
98,371 

1,146,222 



Pet. 



92. 1 
90.4 
85.7 
87.4 
87.5 
84.0 
85.0 
84.5 
95.4 
95.4 
91.1 
87. 1 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

6, 048 
4,054 
7,445 
13,929 
12,036 
16,321 
11,975 
7,599 
5,528 
3,054 
3,785 
10,486 

102,260 



Pet. 



5.9 
4.2 
7.0 
12.7 
11.0 
16.8 
12.2 
7.8 
5.5 
3.0 
3.8 
10. 1 

8.3 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

5,564 
6, 997 
10, 086 
16,958 
14,887 
19, 087 
13,304 
18,035 
6,092 
6, 140 
8,799 
14,467 

140,416 



Pet. 



5.3 
7.2 
9.4 
15.4 
13.4 
19. 4 
13.4 
17.6 
5.9 
5.8 
8. 5 
13.3 

11.2 



Pounds 
(OOO) 

8,651 
9, 700 
16,382 
14,248 
13, 992 
16, 221 
15, 490 
16, 146 
4, 822 
5,084 
9,389 
14,603 

144,728 



Pet. 



7.9 
9.6 
14.3 
12.6 
12.5 
16. 
15.0 
15.5 
4.6 
4.6 
8.9 
12.9 

11.2 



MILK COWS: Number On Farms, By Months. 1963-1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Monthly 
Average U 
















Thousand Head 










1963 


243 


242 


241 


240 


239 


238 


238 


237 


236 


235 


234 


233 


238 


1964 


232 


231 


230 


229 


228 


227 


226 


225 


224 


223 


222 


221 


226 


1965 


220 


219 


219 


218 


218 


217 


217 


216 


216 


215 


215 


214 


217 


1966 


213 


213 


212 


211 


210 


209 


208 


207 


206 


205 


204 


203 


208 


1967 


203 


202 


202 


201 


201 


200 


199 


199 


198 


198 


197 


197 


200 


1968 


197 


196 


196 


195 


195 


194 


194 


193 


193 


192 


192 


191 


194 


1969 


191 


191 


191 


191 


191 


190 


190 


190 


190 


189 


189 


189 


190 


1970£/ 


189 


189 


188 


188 


187 


187 


187 


187 


186 


186 


185 


185 


187 



MILK PRODUCTION: Average Pounds Per Cow, By Months, 1963-1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Yearly^/ 
Average^/ 
















Pounds 












1963 


485 


455 


510 


520 


555 


540 


550 


550 


535 


525 


515 


530 


6,270 


1964 


490 


485 


535 


555 


585 


555 


565 


570 


570 


550 


530 


550 


6,560 


1965 


540 


500 


570 


585 


610 


610 


600 


590 


595 


590 


555 


575 


6,920 


1966 


560 


505 


570 


580 


600 


600 


595 


605 


625 


630 


600 


615 


7,090 


1967 


600 


560 


620 


635 


640 


625 


630 


630 


630 


640 


620 


620 


7,440 


1968 


610 


590 


635 


655 


665 


630 


640 


635 


635 


640 


625 


640 


7, 603 


1969 


625 


590 


650 


670 


680 


645 


645 


660 


650 


660 


660 


665 


7,816 


197Q2/ 


640 


610 


680 


695 


700 


670 


670 


685 


670 


675 


670 


680 


8,048 



MILK PRODUCTION: Total Pounds, By Months, 1 963-1 970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Yearly 
Totals/ 
















Mi II ion Pounds 












1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
197Q£/ 


118 
114 
119 
119 
122 
120 
119 
121 


110 
112 
110 
108 
113 
116 
113 
115 


123 
123 
125 
121 
125 
124 
124 
128 


125 
127 
128 
122 
128 
128 
128 
131 


133 
133 
133 
126 
129 
130 
130 
131 


129 
126 
132 
125 
125 
122 
123 
125 


131 
128 
130 
124 
125 
124 
123 
125 


130 
129 
127 
125 
125 
123 
125 
128 


126 
128 
129 
129 
125 
123 
124 
125 


123 
123 
127 
129 
127 
123 
125 
126 


121 
118 
119 
122 
122 
120 
125 
124 


123 
122 
123 
125 
122 
122 
126 
126 


1, 492 
1,483 
1, 502 
1, 475 
1, 488 
1, 475 
1, 485 
1, 505 



JJ Excludes heifers not yet fresh, jj/ Pre I imi nary . 3_/ Excludes mi Ik sucked by claves and mi Ik produced by cows not on 
farms. 4/ Yearly total may not necessarily equal sum of monthly estimates due to rounding. 



NUMBER OF MILK COWS AND TOTAL MILK PRODUCTION, 1953-1970 







































■A 

MILK PR( 


)DUCTION 




















1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


1 


1 




1 

1 



1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 



55 

MILK FOR FLUID USE: Average Prices Received By Farmers, By Months, 1962-1970 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Annual 
Average 














Dollars Per Hundredweight 










1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1QfiQ 

1970 


5. 80 
5.89 
6.03 
6.01 

6. 11 
6.72 
6.85 
7 no 

7. 32 


5. 77 
5.88 
6.02 
6.04 

6. 20 
6.72 
6.88 

7. 22 
7. 22 


5.83 
5.78 
5.83 
6.04 
6. 16 

6. 55 
6.76 

7. 15 
7.02 


5.46 

5. 54 
5.74 
5.83 
6.04 

6. 37 
6. 52 
6.87 
7.03 


5. 49 
5. 66 
5. 66 

5. 70 
5.97 

6. 45 
6. 53 
6.89 
7.01 


5. 43 
5. 43 
5. 60 

5. 58 
5.85 

6. 25 
6. 32 
6. 71 
6.86 


5.45 
5. 59 

5. 62 
5.73 
6.03 

6. 28 
6.43 
6. 92 
6.92 


5. 57 
5. 69 
5. 57 

5. 72 
6.35 

6. 34 
6. 64 
6. 77 
6. 92 


5. 78 
5. 36 

5. 97 
6.05 

6. 63 
6.70 

6. 78 

7. 20 
7. 16 


5. 79 

5. 98 

6. 17. 
6. 13 
6.66 
6.75 

6. 95 

7. 25 
7. 32 


5.89 
5.93 
6.05 

6. 20 
6.72 
6.80 
7.02 

7. 24 
7. 29 


5.70 
5.80 
5.98 
6.07 
6. 65 

6. 64 
6.85 
7 16 

1 . M.\J 

7. 33 


5.67 
5.75 
5.86 

5. 93 

6. 29 
6.55 

6. 71 

7. 03 
7. 12 






MILK FOR MANUFACTURE: Average Pr ices Received By 


Farmers, By Months, 


1962-1970 






YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Annual 
Average 














Dollars Per Hund redwe i gh f 










1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


3.71 
3. 60 
3.70 

3. 63 
3.89 
4.40 

4. 41 
4. 57 
4. 74 


3.54 
3.53 
3. 60 

3. 60 
3.87 
4.22 

4. 34 
4. 47 
4.54 


3.40 
3. 37 
3. 42 
3. 45 

3. 78 
4.08 

4. 15 
4. 64 
4. 34 


3/25 
3. 21 
3. 32 
3. 31 

3. 64 
4.06 

4. 17 
4. 21 
4. 22 


3. 16 
3. 20 
3. 24 

3. 24 
3.70 
4.05 

4. 19 
4. 18 
4. 15 


3. 21 
3. 22 
3. 21 
3. 22 

3. 76 
4.03 

4. 13 
4. 19 
4. 16 


3. 16 
3. 20 
3. 22 
3. 23 

3. 91 
4.03 

4. 13 
4. 17 
4. 26 


3. 25 
3. 15 
3. 29 

3. 27 

4. 20 
4. 00 
4. 12 
4. 24 
4. 21 


3. 38 
3. 41 
3. 46 

3. 46 

4. 36 
4. 20 
4. 30 
4. 37 
4. 29 


3. 53 
3. 64 
3. 69 

3. 68 

4. 52 
4. 31 
4. 49 
4. 64 
4. 51 


3. 65 
3.73 
3.70 

3. 78 

4. 57 
4. 41 
4. 60 
4.86 
4. 72 


3. 68 

3. 78 
3.72 
3.87 

4. 50 
4. 42 
4.65 
4. 79 
4. 72 


3. 36 
3. 37 
3. 42 

3. 43 
4.05 

4. 15 
4. 27 
4. 39 
4. 35 








ALL MILK: Average Pr 


ces Received By Farmers, By Months, 1962-1970 






YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Annual 
Average 














Dollars Per Hund redwe i gh t 










1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


5. 70 
5.80 
5.95 
5.93 
6.02 
6.63 
6.78 
6.95 
7. 27 


5.66 
5.78 
5.93 
5.96 
6. 11 

6. 62 
6.78 

7. 15 
7. 17 


5.71 

5. 68 
5.73 
5.95 
6.02 

6. 45 
6.66 
7.05 
6. 97 


5. 31 
5. 40 
5. S2 
5. 72 

5. 90 

6. 23 
6. 40 
6. 75 
6. 95 


5. 30 
5. 48 
5. 50 
5. 55 

5. 81 

6. 28 
6. 39 
6. 75 
6. 90 


5.21 
5. 25 
5. 42 
5. 42 

5. 68 
6.07 

6. 17 
6. 55 
6. 75 


5. 20 
5. 37 
5. 43 

5. 55 
5.84 

6. 10 
6. 27 
6. 75 
6.81 


5. 33 
5. 47 
5. 39 

5. 55 

6. 18 
6. 15 
6. 46 
6. 60 
6.81 


5.58 

5. 69 
5.80 
5.90 

6. 45 
6.52 
6. 63 
7. 10 
7.05 


5. 64 
5.84 
6.04 
6.01 

6. 51 
6. 60 

6. 83 

7. 15 
7. 24 


5.77 
5.82 
5.95 

6. 11 
6.61 
6.68 
6.95 

7. 20 
7. 24 


5. 62 
5.71 
5.90 
5.99 
6.56 

6. 55 

6. 78 

7. 10 
7. 28 


5.50 

5. 61 
5.72 
5.80 

6. 15 
6. 41 
6. 59 
6. 90 
7.04 




PRICES: Averages Received By Farmers, For Specified Commodities, By Months, 1966- 1970 (Continued) 



YEAR 


January 


February 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


August 


September 


J October 


November 


December 



CORN (Dol lars Per Bushel ) 



1966 


1 


31 


1 


36 


1 


36 


1 


36 


1 


37 


1 


38 


1 


39 


1 


46 


1 


46 


1 


42 


1 


48 


1 


51 


1967 


1 


53 


1 


52 


1 


52 


1 


52 


1 


50 


1 


49 


1 


47 


1 


32 


1 


17 


1 


06 


1 


07 


1 


10 


1968 


1 


16 


1 


21 


1 


20 


1 


21 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


15 


1 


10 


1 


05 


1 


00 


1 


09 


1 


16 


1969 


1 


20 


1 


22 


1 


24 


1 


26 


1 


33 


1 


38 


1. 


38 


1 


39 


1 


23 


1 


21 


1 


27 


1 


31 


1970 JJ 


1 


35 


1 


38 


1 


39 


1 


40 


1 


41 


1 


43 


1 


45 


1 


48 


1 


50 


1 


51 


1 


51 


1 


56 



WHEAT (Dol lars Per Bushel ) 



1966 


1 


47 


1 


54 


1 


56 


1 


56 


1 


58 


1 


55 


1 


65 


1 


70 


1 


75 


1 


76 


1 


72 


1 


77 


1967 


1 


74 


1 


72 


1 


71 


1 


70 


1 


70 


1 


52 


1 


44 


1 


42 


1 


42 


1 


41 


1 


40 


1 


41 


1968 


1 


43 


1 


42 


1 


42 


1 


42 


1 


40 


1 


25 


1 


17 


1 


15 


1 


13 


1 


16 


1 


18 


1 


19 


1969 


1 


26 


1 


25 


1 


24 


1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


22 


1 


19 


1 


20 


1 


24 


1 


23 


1 


27 


1 


29 


1970 JJ 


1 


33 


1 


36 


1 


39 


1 


42 


1 


40 


1 


30 


1 


29 


1 


33 


1 


45 


1 


49 


1 


49 


1 


57 



OATS (Dol lars Per Bushel ) 



1966 


.79 


.81 


.81 


.81 


.80 


.74 


.73 


.76 


.80 


.79 


.79 


.80 


1967 


.83 


.82 


.83 


.81 


.82 


. 76 


.70 


.71 


.75 


.74 


.75 


.77 


1968 


.78 


.81 


.80 


.82 


.80 


.70 


.67 


.68 


.69 


.72 


.74 


.74 


1969 


.76 


.76 


.77 


.76 


. 76 


.69 


.67 


.67 


.71 


.71 


.74 


.75 


1970 JJ 


.74 


.75 


.76 


.76 


.77 


.68 


.69 


.71 


.77 


.79 


.82 


.84 



RYE (Dol lars Per Bushel ) 



1966 


1 


60 


1 


55 


1 


50 


1 


45 


1 


50 


1 


40 


1 


65 


1 


70 


1 


80 


1 


85 


1 


65 


1 


70 


1967 


1 


60 


1 


60 


1 


65 


1 


60 


1 


55 


1 


50 


1 


55 


1 


65 


1 


70 


1 


70 


1 


60 


1 


55 


1968 


1 


60 


1 


60 


1 


55 


1 


50 


1 


45 


1 


35 


1 


30 


1 


25 


1 


35 


1 


40 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1969 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


30 


1 


35 






1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


40 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1970 JJ 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


20 


1 


30 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


55 


1 


60 


1 


65 



BARLEY (Dol lars Per Bushel ) 



1966 


1 


02 


1 


02 


1 


04 


1 


02 


1. 02 


.97 


. 99 


1 


02 


1 


05 


1 


05 


1 


08 


1 


10 


1967 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


12 


1 


13 


1.10 


1. 00 


.95 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1968 


1 


05 


1 


10 


1 


05 


1 


00 


1.00 


.90 


.85 




85 




89 




90 




92 




94 


1969 




95 




95 




95 




95 


.95 


.90 


.89 




92 




95 




96 




98 


1 


00 


1970 JJ 


1 


01 


1 


01 


1 


02 


1 


03 


1.01 


.95 


.96 




99 


1 


06 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


12 




















SOYBEANS (Dollars Per Bushel) 




















1966 


2 


62 


2 


76 


2 


76 


2 


78 


2.88 


2.96 


3.36 


3 


23 


3 


07 


2 


89 


2 


85 


2 


77 


1967 


2 


76 


2 


78 


2 


80 


2 


82 


2.77 


2.77 


2.73 


2 


66 


2 


60 


2 


50 


2 


42 


2 


46 


1968 


2 


52 


2 


SI 


2 


60 


2 


59 


2.57 


2. 57 


2. 58 


2 


55 


2 


45 


2 


36 


2 


42 


2 


45 


1969 


2 


46 


2 


55 


2 


55 


2 


55 


2.58 


2. 58 


2.58 


2 


57 


2 


40 


2 


31 


2 


32 


2 


33 


1970 1/ 


2 


40 


2 


50 


2 


53 


2 


54 


2.56 


2.63 


2.74 


2 


71 


2 


70 


2 


85 


2 


92 


2 


84 



COTTON LINT (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


28.3 


27 


2 


27 





29. 





29 





30 





31 







23 


2 


23 





22.6 


21 


3 


1967 


21.1 


20 


1 


19 


5 


21 





24 





23 


5 


23 


5 




26 





27 


8 


30.7 


32 


5 


1968 


30. 5 


25 





21 





20 





20 





23 


5 


22 


5 








28 





25.0 


21 


5 


1969 


20.5 


20 





21 





21 


5 


22 





23 





23 







23 





21 


6 


21.6 


21 


4 


1970 JJ 


20.5 


21 





21 





22 





22 


5 


22 


5 


22 







22 


9 


23 


1 


22.0 


21 


5 



COTTONSEED (Dollars Per Ton) 



1966 


45 


00 


45 


00 


45 


00 












63 


00 


66 


00 


64 


00 


64 


00 


1967 


63 


00 


63 


00 


63 


00 












50 


00 


51 


00 


52 


00 


52 


00 


1968 


51 


00 


51 


00 


51 


00 












50 


00 


49 


00 


49 


00 


50 


00 


1969 


50 


00 


51 


00 


50 


00 












38 


00 


39 


00 


43 


00 


43 


00 


1970 JJ 


43 


00 


45 


00 


46 


00 












45 


00 


52 


00 


53 


00 


53 


00 



PEANUTS (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


12 


1 


12 


2 


12 


3 


12 













12 





11 


7 


11 


4 


11 


6 


1967 


11 


7 


11 


7 


11 


5 


11 


6 










12 





11 


7 


11 


6 


11 


5 


1968 


11 


6 


11 


5 


11 


5 


11 


4 










11 


5 


12 


5 


12 


4 


12 


9 


1969 


12 


2 


12 


6 


12 

















12 





12 


7 


13 


3 


12 


9 


1970 JJ 


12 


9 


12 


5 


12 

















12 


6 


13 


5 


13 


8 


13 


7 



IRISH POTATOES (Dollars Per Cwt. ) 



1966 


















1.96 


1.72 


3 


09 


2 


95 


3 


00 










1967 


















2.40 


2. 50 


2 


90 


2 


97 


2 


50 


2 


60 






1968 


















2.95 


3.55 


3 


00 


2 


93 


3 


00 


3 


00 






1969 


















2.77 


2.32 


3 


30 


3 


05 


3 


00 


3 


10 






1970 JJ 


















4.46 


4.00 


3 


25 


3 


09 


3 


20 


3 


30 






















SWEET POTATOES (Dollars Per 


Cwt. 




















1966 


4.80 


4 


90 


4 


60 


4 


85 


4.80 






5 


40 


5 


30 


5 


00 


5 


30 


5 


35 


1967 


5.00 


5 


40 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5.70 






6 


40 


4 


60 


2 


40 


3 


20 


3 


90 


1968 


4.20 


4 


85 


5 


90 


6 


00 


6.80 






4 


80 


3 


80 


3 


50 


5 


20 


6 


30 


1969 


7.10 


6 


80 


7 


50 


7 


00 


7.20 






5 


80 


3 


20 


2 


30 


2 


90 


4 


90 


1970 JJ 


5.40 


5 


60 


5 


90 


6 


00 


6.20 






7 


50 


2 


90 


3 


10 


4 


20 


6 


00 



COMMERCIAL APPLES (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


3 


15 


3.26 


3 


48 










3 


91 


4 


77 


4 


56 


4 


88 


4 


45 


4 


56 


1967 


4 


99 


4.99 














4 


20 


4 


80 


4 


30 


4 


20 


4 


30 


5 


20 


1968 


5 


40 


5.50 


5 


60 


5 


60 






5 


40 


5 


90 


5 


75 


5 


60 


5 


50 


5 


50 


1969 


5 


70 


5.90 


5. 


90 










3 


80 


4 


90 


4 


95 


4 


15 


4 


30 


4 


45 


1970 JJ 


5 


10 


5.20 


5 


10 


5. 


00 






5 


20 


4 


80 


4 


50 


4 


70 


5 


00 


5. 


70 



JJ Preliminary 



PRICES: Averages Received By Farmers For Specified Commodities, By Months, 1966- 1970 



57 



YEAR JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 



MARCH 



APRIL 



MAY 



JUNE 



JULY 



AUGUST SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER DECEMBER 



HOGS (Dollars Per 100 Pounds) 



1966 


26.90 


26 


80 


23 


10 


22.60 


22.80 


23 


20 


23 


20 


24 


00 


23 


30 


21 


70 


20 


30 


20.00 


1967 


19.00 


18 


60 


18 


00 


16.60 


20.70 


21 


00 


21 


20 


20 


30 


18 


90 


18 


30 


17 


60 


17.50 


1968 


17.60 


17 


80 


18 


10 


17.70 


13.00 


18 


70 


19 


80 


19 


30 


19 


10 


18 


20 


17 


70 


18.00 


1969 


18.20 


18 


80 


19 


30 


19.10 


20. 50 


23 


20 


24 


50 


24 


80 


24 


20 


24 


90 


24 


70 


25.60 


1970 JJ 


25.60 


26. 


50 


24. 


70 


23.30 


23 1 


23 


30 


23 


80 


21. 


30 


19. 


30 


19 


00 


16 


20 


15.50 



BEEF CATTLE (Dollars Per 100 Pounds) 



1966 


17 


20 


17 


80 


19 


90 


20 


10 


20.80 


19 


10 


18 


30 


19 


00 


18 


80 


19.00 


18 


00 


17 


50 


1967 


18 


30 


18 


60 


19 


40 


19 


20 


19.50 


19 


40 


19 


40 


18 


70 


19 


10 


18.40 


17 


80 


17 


80 


1968 


17 


80 


18 


20 


19 


20 


19 


60 


20.30 


19 


60 


19 


20 


19 


20 


19 


20 


19.40 


18 


70 


19 


20 


1969 


19 


20 


19 


80 


20 


90 


21 


80 


22.80 


22 


70 


22 


80 


22 


80 


22 


70 


22.40 


22 


10 


22 


20 


1970 JJ 


22 


40 


23 


00 


24. 


40 


24 


10 


24.80 


24 


50 


23 


90 


23 


10 


23 


30 


22.60 


22 


30 


22 


00 



CALVES (Dollars Per 100 Pounds) 



1966 


26 


50 


29 


00 


29 


50 


28 


60 


29.50 


27.60 


26.40 


27 


30 


26.20 


26.20 


27 


10 


26.70 


1967 


28 


20 


29 


80 


29 


50 


28 


50 


29.40 


27.90 


29.00 


28 


50 


26.60 


26.50 


28 


00 


29.00 


1968 


28 


30 


31 


20 


30 


80 


29 


90 


31.00 


29.70 


28. 70 


28 


90 


28.00 


27.80 


28 


60 


30.30 


1969 


30 


00 


33 


80 


32 


50 


34 


50 


34.00 


33. 20 


33.70 


32 


10 


32.00 


32.20 


32 


80 


32.60 


1970 JJ 


35 


50 


36 


20 


37 


20 


36 


60 


38.00 


35.60 


35.60 


34 


80 


34.00 


32.40 


33 


00 


34.60 


















LAMBS (Dollars Per 100 Pounds) 
















1966 


23 


00 


23 


50 


23 


00 


22 


70 


22. 00 


24.50 


22.30 


22 


30 


22.30 


22.00 


21 


20 


21.50 


1967 


22 


00 


21 


00 


21 


50 


22 


00 


24.50 


24.50 


22.50 


22 


00 


21.00 


21.00 


21 


50 


21.00 


1968 


22 


00 


22 


50 


22 


70 


23 


50 


24. 00 


24.80 


24.80 


23 


50 


22. 70 


22.70 


22 


50 


22.50 


1969 


22 


00 


23 


00 


24 


00 


25 


00 


24.50 


25.00 


25. 50 


24 


50 


24. 50 


25.00 


24 


00 


24.00 


1970* 







































SHEEP (Dollars Per 100 Pounds) 



1966 


5 


20 


5. 


20 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5 


40 


5 


60 


5 


60 


6 


00 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5.50 


1967 


6 


00 


6. 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


5 


90 


5 


80 


5 


60 


5 


60 


5 


40 


5 


40 


5.30 


1968 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5 


80 


5 


70 


5 


70 


5 


80 


5 


80 


5 


80 


5 


80 


6 


00 


6.00 


1969 


6 


50 


6 


50 


6 


50 


6 


40 


6 


20 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


6.00 


1970* 

















































WOOL (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


















.60 


.62 


.55 




48 








50 






50 


1967 


















• 46 


.41 


.47 




49 








44 








1968 


















.40 


.36 


.37 




38 




37 












1969 


















.41 


.40 


.40 




41 
















1970 JJ 








43 




43 




43 


.43 


.44 


.44 




43 




43 






























MILK COWS (Dol lars 


Per Head) 




















1966 


170 


00 


170 


00 


170 


00 


170 


00 


170. 00 


175.00 


185. 00 


180 


00 


180 


00 


180 


00 


170.00 


175 


00 


1967 


170 


00 


170 


00 


175 


00 


170. 


00 


170.00 


170.00 


165.00 


165 


00 


170 


00 


170 


00 


175.00 


180 


00 


1968 


180 


00 


180 


00 


175 


00 


175. 


00 


180.00 


180.00 


180.00 


180 


00 


175 


00 


175 


00 


185. 00 


180 


00 


1969 


180 


00 


180 


00 


185 


00 


185. 


00 


190.00 


195.00 


205.00 


200 


00 


205 


00 


200 


00 


205.00 


205 


00 


1970 JJ 


210 


00 


215 


00 


220 


00 


215. 


00 


220. 00 


230.00 


230.00 


220 


00 


225 


00 


220 


00 


220. 00 


230 


00 



COMMERCIAL BROILERS (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


15 


8 


16 


6 


17 


4 


15.6 


16 


6 


16 


1 


16 


4 


15 


7 


14 


6 


12 


9 


13 


2 


12 


2 


1967 


13 


4 


14 


6 


13 


8 


13.4 


12 


8 


13 


4 


14 


6 


13 


1 


12 


8 


12 


2 


11 


9 


11 


7 


1968 


13 


6 


15 


2 


15 





14.4 


14 


6 


15 


2 


15 


8 


15 


2 


14 


4 


13 





13 


2 


13 


5 


1969 


14 


2 


15 





15 


1 


14. 8 


15 


6 


16 


2 


17 


8 


16 


6 


15 


8 


14 


6 


14 


2 


13 


6 


1970 _£/ 


15 





14 


5 


14 


5 


14.0 


14 





13 


5 


13 


5 


13 





14 





12 


5 


12 


5 


11 






FARM CHICKENS (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


12 


5 


13 





14 





13 


5 


14 





13 


5 


13 





12. 





12 


5 


12 





12 


5 


12 


5 


1967 


11 


5 


11 





11 





10 





10 





10 


5 


10 


5 


10 


5 


10 


5 


10 


5 


11 


5 


11 


5 


1968 


12 





12 





12 





11 


5 


11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 


5 


12 





12 





1969 


12 





12 





13 





13 





14 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 


5 


12 


5 


13 


5 


1970 JJ 


13 





12 


5 


13 





13 





12 


5 


11 





12 





10 





11 





11 





12 


5 


12 






ALL CHICKENS (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


15 


5 


16 


3 


17 


2 


15 


5 


16 


5 


16 


1 


16 


3 


15 


6 


14. 


5 


12 


9 


13 


2 


12 


2 


1967 


13 


2 


14 


3 


13 


6 


13 


2 


12 


6 


13 


3 


14 


4 


13 





12. 


7 


12 


1 


11 


9 


11 


7 


1968 


13 


5 


14 


9 


14 


8 


14 


2 


14 


4 


15 





15 


7 


15 





14 


2 


12 


9 


13 


1 


13 


4 


1969 


13 


8 


14 


8 


14 


8 


14 


4 


15 


4 


15 


9 


17 


1 


16 


8 


15 


8 


14 


4 


13 


9 


13 


5 


1970* 



















































EGGS (Cents Per Dozen) 



1966 


44.0 


48 





46 





45 





41 





40 





43 





47 





48 





47 





47 





46.0 


1967 


42.0 


37 





39. 





37 





35 





32 





36 





36 





38 





36. 





36 





39.0 


1968 


37.0 


36 





36 





34 





33 





36 





39 





40 





48 





42. 





45 





47.0 


1969 


48.0 


44 





46 





43 





36 





37 





43 





42 





47 





47. 





55 





59.0 


1970 JJ 


58.0 


55 





48 





45 





35 





35 





39 





37 





45 





41 





43 





44.0 



TURKEYS (Cents Per Pound) 



1966 


23 





23 





23. 





24 





23 





23 





22 





22 





23 





24 





25.0 


26.0 


1967 


22 





22 





21 





20 





21 





21 





22 





21 





21 





20 





20.0 


19.0 


1968 


19 





19 





19 





20 





20 





21 





21 





21 





21 





22. 





22.0 


22.0 


1969 


21 





20 





20 





21 





22 





22 





22 





21 





22 





22 





23. 


25.0 


1970 JJ 


24 





24 





24 





24 





23 





22 





21 





21 





22 





21 





22.0 


22.0 



JJ Pre 1 1 m i na ry. * Di scont inued. 



PRICES: Seasons' Average Prices Received By Farmers For Specified Commodities 
North Carolina and United States, 1962-1969 



CROP 
YEAR 


Corn 
Bu. 


Wheat 
Bu. 


Oats 
Bu. 


Rye 
Bu. 


Barley 
Bu. 


Soybeans 
Bu. 


Hogs 
100 Lbs. 


Beef 
Cattle 
100 Lbs. 


Calves 
100 Lbs. 


Milk 
100 Lbs. 


Farm 
Chickens 
Lb. 


Com' 1. 
Broilers 
Lb. 


All 
Chickens 
Lb. 


Eggs 
Doz. 


1 C> \J _ 

1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 


1 24 
1.25 
1.24 
1.23 
1.48 
1.13 
1.11 
1.28 


1 93 
l! 86 
1.37 
1.39 
1.63 
1.47 
1.22 
1.23 


74 
.78 
.71 
.73 
.76 
.76 
.71 
.70 


1 . 74 
1.86 
1. 55 
1.55 
1. 67 
1.60 
1.33 
1.26 


1 01 
1.01 

.95 
.96 
1.00 
1.00 
.90 
.92 


Do/ lc 

2 32 
2.66 
2. 63 
2.42 
2.85 
2.45 
2.45 
2.35 


>rs 

16. 50 
15^30 
15.30 
20.60 
23. 10 
19.00 
18.30 
21. 70 


NORTH CARC 

17 00 
16! 20 
14.60 
15. 80 

18. 80 
18.80 

19. 10 
21. 80 


ILINA 

25 90 
24^90 
22.60 
24.00 
27. 70 
28.40 
29.30 
32. 70 


5. 51 
5161 
5.79 
5.81 
6.15 
6.41 
6.59 
6.90 


12 8 
12.7 
11.8 
12.0 
13.0 
10.8 
11.5 
13.0 


Cent 

14. 1 
13.6 
14.4 
15.3 
13. 1 
14.4 
15.3 


s 

14.0 
13.5 
14.3 
15.2 
13.0 
14.2 
15.2 


o y . d 
39.9 
38.8 
38.0 
45.1 
36.9 
39.3 
45.7 


1962 
If f 3 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 


1 12 
1.11 
1. 17 
1. 16 
1.24 
1.03 
1.08 
1.12 


2. 04 
1.85 
1.37 
1.35 
1.63 
1.39 
1.24 
1. 24 


. 624 
.622 
.631 
.622 
.665 
.659 
.598 
.581 


. 947 
1.08 
1.04 
.975 
1. 06 
1.07 
1.02 
.994 


915 
.897 
. 947 
1.02 
1. 05 
1.00 
.911 
.877 


2. 34 
2. 51 
2.62 
2. 54 
2. 75 
2.49 
2.43 
2.33 


16. 3C 
14. 90 
14.80 
20. 60 
22. 80 
18.90 
18. 50 
22.20 


UNITED ST 

21. 30 
19. 90 
18.00 
19. 90 
22.20 
22.30 
23.40 
26.20 


ATES 

25. 10 
24. 00 
20.40 
22. 10 

26. 00 
26.30 
27.60 
31. 50 


4. 09 
4. 10 
4. 15 
4.23 
4.81 
5.01 
5.24 
5.46 


10 2 
10.0 
9.2 
8.9 
9.7 
7.9 
8.2 
9.7 


15 2 
14.6 
14.2 
15.0 
15.3 
13.3 
14.2 
15.2 


14 6 
14.' 1 
13.7 
14.4 
14.7 
12.7 
13.6 
14.7 


33 8 
34^5 
33.8 
33.7 
39.1 
31.2 
34.0 
40.0 



PRICES: Index Numbers Of Prices Received By North Carolina and United States Farmers, 
Index Numbers Of Prices Paid By United States Farmers and Price Ratios, 

1962-1970, (1910-1914=100) 





NORTH CAROLINA INDEX OF PRICES RECEIVED 


UNITED STATES INDEX 




YEAR 


All 
Farm 
Pro- 
ducts 


All 

Crops 


Tobacco 


Cotton 


Oil 
Bear- 
ing 


Grain 


Com' 1 
Vege- 
tables 


Fruits 


Livestock 

And 
Livestock 
Products 


Meat 
Ani- 
mals 


Poultry 


Dairy 


Prices 
Received 
For All 

Farm 
Products 


Prices Paid 

For All 
Commodities 
Bought 
Including 
Interest 
Taxes And 
Wage Rates 


Ratio Of 

u. s. 

Prices 
Received 
To U. S. 

Prices 
Paid 


1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 


317 
304 
300 
310 
329 
325 
320 


347 
331 
326 
334 
352 
353 
344 


458 
429 
421 
434 
472 
475 
470 


275 
274 
257 
246 
222 
198 
187 


294 
296 
292 
296 
310 
308 
297 


150 
152 
142 
137 
152 
146 
124 


227 
228 
267 
313 
287 
289 
280 


278 
292 
358 
338 
304 
386 
350 


213 
210 
206 

223 
246 
228 
234 


272 
254 
247 
305 
348 
306 
301 


168 
167 
162 
164 
181 
155 
167 


228 
234 
235 
235 
252 
264 
273 


244 
243 
237 
248 
267 
253 
260 


307 
312 
313 
321 
334 
342 
354 


80 
78 
76 
77 
80 
74 
73 


1969 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


329 
329 
331 
330 
330 
333 
350 
349 
356 
348 
348 
352 


352 
352 
353 
353 
354 
355 
373 
373 
380 
370 
367 
371 


484 
484 
484 
484 
484 
484 
516 
510 
528 
514 
506 
513 


169 
165 
178 
178 
178 
186 
194 
194 
190 
178 
178 
177 


302 
312 
301 
301 
302 
302 
302 
302 
285 
296 
310 
303 


127 
128 
130 
131 
136 
137 
136 
137 
128 
126 
132 
135 


309 
305 
309 
305 
311 
324 
288 
335 
320 
306 
310 
322 


32S 
334 
331 
334 
362 
343 
354 
384 
393 
366 
379 
371 


248 
250 
254 
249 
247 
255 
269 
267 
271 
272 
280 
285 


302 
314 
325 
328 
346 
372 
386 
388 
379 
388 
386 
394 


188 
182 
187 
178 
163 
168 
192 
184 
194 
188 
208 
218 


286 
293 
290 
282 
280 
278 
279 
279 
287 
289 
290 
287 


263 
267 
272 
271 
278 
284 
282 
277 
275 
277 
282 
286- 


364 
365 
369 
372 
375 
375 
374 
374 
375 
376 
378 
378 


72 
73 
74 
73 
74 
76 
75 
74 
73 
74 
75 
76 


1969 


340 


363 


499 


180 


302 


132 


312 


357 


262 


359 


188 


285 


277 


373 


74 


1970 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


357 
357 
354 
352 
351 
355 
352 
351 
355 
343 
336 
342 


376 
377 
376 
377 
379 
385 
380 
382 
384 
370 
363 
371 


522 
522 
522 
522 
524 
524 
523 
528 
53? 
505 
491 
506 


169 
174 
174 
178 
182 
190 
186 
186 
189 
191 
182 
178 


305 
303 
397 
297 
297 
299 
301 
301 
309 
334 
342 
338 


139 
142 
144 
145 
145 
142 
144 
147 
153 
155 
155 
161 


326 
328 
329 
330 
338 
392 
S55 
335 
296 
297 
310 
318 


381 
376 
371 
379 
373 
456 
362 
352 
344 
349 
357 
374 


288 
286 
274 
265 
254 
250 
256 
245 
253 
246 
241 
238 


398 
411 
399 
383 
385 
383 
386 
356 
335 
327 
298 
292 


218 
208 
191 
181 
154 
151 
162 
153 
179 
163 
170 
168 


293 
290 
284 
283 
283 
276 
277 
279 
287 
293 
293 
292 


287 
290 
289 
281 
282 
281 
286 
276 
281 
274 
270 
265 


383 
386 
385 
388 
388 
390 
389 
389 
392 
394 
395 
396 


75 
75 
75 
72 
73 
72 
74 
71 
72 
70 
68 
67 


1970 U 


350 


377 


518 


182 


310 


148 


330 


373 


258 


362 


175 


286 


280 


390 


72 



U Pre 1 1 m i nary. 



PRICES: Averages Paid By Farmers For Feed, By Months, 1964-1970 





J all u<xi y 


FphTiifl TV 


Uq fr* h 

1V1A1 v. 11 


Apri 1 


May 


June 


July 


August 


SGpt GinbGr 


net ohpr 


NovGinbGr 


DGCGinbGr 














Dollars Per Ton 






















POULTRY FEED: chick Starter 










1964 


99.00 


99.00 


99.00 


99.00 


99.00 


97.00 


97.00 


y i . uu 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


1965 


94.00 


94.00 


96.00 


96.00 


98.00 


96.00 


98. 00 


QR nn 
yo. uu 


96.00 


96.00 


96.00 


96.00 


1966 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


96.00 


96. 00 


100.00 


98.00 


96.00 


96.00 


iyb / 


yy . uu 


qq nn 
yy. uu 


Q7 nn 
y 1 . uu 


Q7 nn 
y t . uu 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


q r nn 
y u . uu 


yD. uu 


Q£ nn 
yo . uu 


O/i nn 
y 1 ! . uu 




qr nn 


an nn 
yu » uu 


p.7 nn 

f . uu 


88 nn 

OO * uu 


86.00 


87.00 


86.00 


87.00 


q 1 nn 
y 1 . uu 


l . uu 


ftQ nn 

of . UU 


ftfl nn 
00 . uu 


iy oy 


Q1 nn 

<J 1 . uu 


nn 

vo . uu 


90. 00 


93. 00 


95.00 


94.00 


95.00 


95. 00 


Qd nn 

J7*t . UU 


Qd nn 
. uu 


Qd nn 
y t . uu 


Qd nn 
y± • uu 


1 Q70 


96. 00 


97. 00 


98! 00 


96! 00 


96.00 


96.00 


97.00 


98.00 


100. 00 


QQ on 

y y . uu 


in 1 nn 

1U 1 , uu 


im nn 

1 u 1 . uu 












POULTRY FEED: Broiler 


Grower 










1964 


95.00 


95.00 


95.00 


94.00 


94.00 


93.00 


94.00 


94.00 


94.00 


95.00 


94.00 


94.00 


1965 


92.00 


92.00 


92.00 


91.00 


92.00 


92.00 


94. 00 


93.00 


92.00 


93.00 


93.00 


92.00 


1966 


89.00 


90. 00 


89. 00 


89. 00 


90.00 


92.00 


94.00 


97.00 


98. 00 


98. 00 


94. 00 


94. 00 


1967 


95. 00 


95. 00 


95. 00 


95. 00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93. 00 


91. 00 


91. 00 


91. 00 


1968 


91 ! 00 


86! 00 


86. 00 


86. 00 


83.00 


84.00 


85. 00 


85.00 


86. 00 


86. 00 


88! 00 


87. 00 


1969 


87. 00 


90. 00 


90. 00 


91. 00 


93.00 


94.00 


94.00 


93.00 


90. 00 


89. 00 


90. 00 


93 . 00 


1970 


95. 00 


95' 00 


96! 00 


96 1 00 


96.00 


95.00 


95.00 


96. 00 


97! 00 


98 1 00 


100! 00 


100. 00 












POULTRY FEED: Turkey Grower 










1964 


98.00 


99.00 


99.00 


98.00 


98.00 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


97.00 


99.00 


98.00 


98.00 


1965 


98.00 


98.00 


100.00 


99.00 


100. 00 


100. 00 


100.00 


100.00 


99.00 


100. 00 


102.00 


102.00 


1966 


97.00 


94.00 


94.00 


92.00 


89.00 


90.00 


99.00 


101.00 


103.00 


101.00 


101.00 


96. 00 


1 QR7 


i nn nn 

l UU . UU 


1 nn nn 

1 u u . uu 


qr nn 

JO . uu 


Qfi nn 

JO. UU 


98.00 


98.00 


94.00 


96.00 


96. 00 


Q4 nn 

J*± . uu 


Q4 nn 

C/T • UU 


q^ nn 

JO . uu 


1968 


93 00 


92. 00 


90. 00 


90. 00 


87.00 


87.00 


86.00 


86.00 


86! 00 


85. 00 


86, 00 


84. 00 




ftp, nn 

oo . uu 


90. 00 


sa nn 

00 . uu 


8Q nn 

oy . uu 


93.00 


91. 00 


90.00 


90.00 


88. 00 


87 ' nn 

01. uu 


aa' nn 

00 . uu 


901 00 


1 Q7D 

1!7 IU 


Q9 nn 

<J£l * UU 


nn 

i/O . UU 


nn 

•JO . uu 


q? nn 

•JO . uu 


94.00 


94. 00 


94.00 


95.00 


97! 00 


98. 00 


qq nn 

J . uu 


98 1 00 














POULTRY FEED: Laying 


Feed 










1964 


94 00 


94 00 


95 00 


94 00 


94. 00 


93.00 


93.00 


93.00 


93 00 


93 00 


93 00 


93 00 


1965 


88 loO 


88! 00 


89! 00 


88! 00 


89.00 


89. 00 


90.00 


90.00 


89*. 00 


90! 00 


90 '.00 


89! 00 


1966 


87.00 


87.00 


87.00 


87. 00 


88. 00 


88.00 


91.00 


92.00 


94.00 


94.00 


92.00 


92.00 


1967 


96,00 


96. 00 


96. 00 


96. 00 


94.00 


94.00 


94.00 


93.00 


94. 00 


92. 00 


92. 00 


91. 00 


1968 


86.00 


81.00 


81.00 


80.00 


79. 00 


79.00 


78.00 


78.00 


80.00 


78.00 


79.00 


79.00 


1969 


80. 00 


82. 00 


80. 00 


82.00 


83.00 


84.00 


84. 00 


84.00 


84. 00 


84. 00 


83. 00 


85. 00 


1970 


85. 00 


86. 00 


87. 00 


85. 00 


87.00 


86.00 


88. 00 


88.00 


90. 00 


91. 00 


92. 00 


90. 00 














Dollars Per Hundredweight 




















HIGH 


PROTEIN FEED: 44% Soybean Meal 










1964 


5.20 


5.20 


5. 10 


5. 10 


4.95 


4.85 


4.80 


4.75 


4.80 


4. 95 


4.85 


4.85 


1965 


4.90 


4.90 


4.95 


4.85 


4. 90 


4.95 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5.20 


5. 10 


5.00 


1966 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5.20 


5. 20 


5.90 


6.00 


6. 10 


5.70 


5.60 


5. 50 


1 Qfi7 


r sn 

u . uu 


. uu 


r sn 

u . uu 


r 7n 

U . i u 


5.20 


5.20 


5.40 


5.30 


5.40 


r 4n 

U . 


5. 20 


5. 20 


1 QfiB 

i JOO 


r 9n 

U . — U 


r *?n 


r 9n 
. zu 


r 1 n 

U . 1U 


5. 20 


5.20 


5.20 


5.30 


5.40 


r sn 

u . uu 


r 4n 

u • ^u 


R ^n 

u . u 


1 QfiQ 


^ 9n 

'J * ZiU 


r 9n 

Q . ZU 


r 9n 


r Qn 


5.20 


5.30 


5.30 


5.30 


5.30 


r ?n 

u . u 


s "^n 

u . ou 


s 9n 

u * ^, u 


1 Q7f) 

± i7 1 U 


r fin 

U . DU 


r 7n 

U . IU 


r 7n 
. 1 u 


r Rn 
U . ou 


5. 50 


5.40 


5. 50 


5.80 


5.80 


r an 

u . ou 


r 7n 

u . IU 


r 7n 

u . 1 u 












HIGH PROTEIN FEED 


: 36% Cottonseed Meal 








1964 


4.25 


4.25 


4. 25 


4.20 


4. 15 


4.05 


4.00 


3.95 


3.95 


4.00 


3. 95 


3.90 


1965 


3.95 


3.95 


3.95 


3.95 


3.95 


3.95 


4.00 


4. 10 


4. 10 


4.00 


4.00 


4.05 


1966 


4. 15 


4.30 


4. 35 


4.40 


4.45 


4.50 


4. 75 


5.00 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 20 


1967 


5. 20 


5. 30 


5. 20 


5. 20 


•'3. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 00 


5. 00 


5. 10 


1968 


5! 10 


5 . 00 


5! 10 


5! 10 


5. 10 


5.10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5. 10 


5! 00 


4! 90 


4 - . 75 


1969 


4. 70 


4! 70 


4! 80 


4! 80 


4.75 


4.75 


4.75 


4.80 


4.85 


4. 80 


4. 65 


4. 80 


1970 


4. 95 


5! 20 


5! 20 


5! 20 


5.20 


5.20 


5.20 


5.40 


5.40 


5. 30 


5. 20 


5. 20 














GRAIN BY PRODUCTS: Bran 










1964 


3.55 


3.50 


3. 50 


3.45 


3.40 


3.35 


3.30 


3.35 


3.35 


3.45 


3.40 


3.45 


1965 


3.45 


3.45 


3.45 


3.40 


3.40 


3.35 


3. 35 


3.35 


3.35 


3.45 


3.40 


3. 40 


1966 


3.40 


3.45 


3.45 


3.45 


3.45 


3.45 


3.40 


3.50 


3.55 


3.60 


3. 70 


3. 80 


1967 


3. 85 


3. 85 


3. 75 


3. 65 


3.65 


3.65 


3.70 


3.65 


3.65 


3. 55 


3. 70 


3. 70 


1968 


3' 70 


3l 75 


3. 70 


3.70 


3.70 


3.75 


3. 65 


3. 55 


3.60 


3! 55 


3l 60 


3 . 55 


1969 


3! 65 


^ fiR 

. uu 


7 fiS 

. uu 


3.60 


3.60 


3.60 


3.70 


3.70 


3.60 


"3 fiR 

• uu 


3 . 75 


3.' 75 


1970 


3' go 


1 Qn 

O . C/U 


7 an 

. ou 


3.80 


3.85 


3.80 


3.85 


3.85 


3.90 


7 QR 


4! 00 


4. 10 










GRAIN BY PRODUCTS: Middlings and Gray shorts 








1964 


3.65 


3.55 


3.55 


3.55 


3.55 


3.45 


3. 45 


3.45 


3.45 


3. 50 


3.50 


3. 55 


1965 


3.55 


3.50 


3.50 


3.55 


3.50 


3.50 


3. 50 


3.50 


3.50 


3.55 


3.55 


3.55 


1966 


3.55 


3.60 


3.60 


3.55 


3.55 


3.60 


3. 55 


3.60 


3.70 


3.80 


3.85 


4.00 


1967 


4 nn 

T . uu 


4 0^ 




3.90 


3.85 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


3.85 


7 8R 
. ou 


7 an 

. ou 


^ an 

. ou 


1968 


3. 80 


7 Qn 

O . i/U 


7 8R 
. ou 


3.80 


3. 85 


3.80 


3.70 


3.70 


3.75 


q sn 

O • ou 


7 7^ 
. 1 u 


3 75 


1969 


3! 80 


7 an 

. ou 


7 7^ 
• 1 u 


3.70 


3.75 


3.80 


3. 75 


3.80 


3.70 


t an 

. ou 


^ as 

. u 


3 . 85 


1970 


3 ~. 90 


7 QR 


7 on 

O . CJU 


3.85 


3.95 


3.90 


3.90 


4.00 


4.00 


4 nn 

1 . uu 


4 1 n 

T . X u 


4. 20 












GRAIN BY PRODUCTS: Corn Meal 










1964 


3.40 


3.35 


3.35 


3.40 


3.40 


3.45 


3.40 


3.35 


3.40 


3.25 


3.35 


3.35 


1965 


3.40 


3.40 


3.35 


3.35 


3.40 


3.35 


3.35 


3.40 


3.35 


3.35 


3.20 


3.25 


1966 


3.25 


3.30 


3.40 


3.30 


3.40 


3.55 


3.50 


3.60 


3.70 


3.75 


3.75 


3.85 


1967 


3.90 


3.80 


3.80 


3.70 


3.70 


3.75 


3.85 


3.75 


3.55 


3.45 


3.30 


3.35 


1968 


3.35 


3.30 


3.40 


3.30 


3.30 


3.50 


3.45 


3.25 


3.25 


3.20 


3.30 


3.25 


1969 


3.40 


3.35 


3.35 


3.35 


3.35 


3.45 


3. 50 


3.60 


3.45 


3.30 


3.40 


3.50 


1970 


3.55 


3.45 


3.45 


3. 50 


3.50 


3.55 


3. 55 


3.70 


3.80 


3.85 


3.85 


3. 90 



PRICES: Averages Paid By Farmers For Mixed Fertilizers and Fertilizer Materials, Semi -Annua I ly, 1964-1970 





3-9-9 


3-9-18 




4-8-12 




4-12 


-12 


5-10-10 


10-10-10 


YEAR • 


PER 


TON 


PER TON 




PER TON 




PER 


TON 


PER 


TON 


PER TON 






Cpnt 


Apr i 1 




bept . 


Apr i 1 




Sept. 


Apr.il 


Sept . 




Co rvt~ 


April 


Sept . 




J. 




15 




15 


15 




15 


15 


15 


i 




15 


15 


















Do 1 1 ars 












1964 


56.00 


57.00 






- 


56.00 




57.00 


50.00 


50.00 


49. 50 


49.90 


62.00 


62.00 


1965 


58.00 


58.00 








58.00 




56.00 


52.00 


50.00 


51.00 


51.00 


64.00 


63.00 


1966 


59.00 


60.00 


54.00 




55.00 


57.00 




58. 00 


51.00 


52. 00 


51.00 


52.00 


63.00 


63.00 


1967 


61.00 


61. 00 


54.00 




53.00 


60.00 




58.00 


53. 00 


52. 00 


52.00 


51.00 


63.00 


62.00 


1968 


61.00 


61.00 


55.00 




54.00 


59.00 




59.00 


54.00 


52. 00 


52.00 


51.00 


63.00 


62.00 


1969 


58.00 


60.00 


51.00 




51.00 


59.00 






50.00 


52.00 


48.00 


49.00 


58.00 


60.00 


1970 


63. 00 


65.00 


55. 00 




56.00 


59. 00 




66. 00 


53. 00 


58.00 


52.00 


54.00 


61.00 


64.00 





SUPERPHOSPHATE 


NITRATE 


OP SODA 


AMMONIUM NITRATE 


UREA COMPOUND 


20.5% N. 


CAL-NITRO 


ANHYDROUS 




20% P 2 05 






33. 


5% 






or A.N.L. 


AMMONIA 


YEAR 


PER TON 


PER 


TON 


PER 


TON 


PER 


TON 


PER TON 


PER 


TON 




April 


Sept. 


April 


Sept. 


April 


Sept. 


April 


Sept . 


April 


Sept. 


April 


Sept. 




15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 


15 














Do liars 












1964 


33.00 


33. 50 


59.00 


59.00 


82. 00 


84.00 


120.00 


120.00 


59.00 


59.00 


170.00 


170.00 


1965 


34. 50 


34. 50 


59.00 


59.00 


82. 00 


82. 00 


120.00 


115. 00 


58.00 


59.00 


170.00 


160.00 


1966 


36.00 


36.00 


59. 00 


59. 00 


77.00 


77.00 


115. 00 


110.00 


58.00 


59.00 


160.00 


135.00 


1967 


37. 00 




59.00 


59.00 


78.00 


78.00 


110.00 


115.00 


59.00 


58.00 


140.00 


130.00 


1968 


39.00 


39.00 


60.00 


59.00 


74.00 


71. 00 


100.00 


105.00 


57.00 


57.00 


125.00 


130.00 


1969 


39.00 


40.00 


60.00 


60. 00 


62.00 


63.00 


92.00 


86.00 


50.00 


52.00 


130.00 


90.00 


1970 


41.00 


41. 00 


62. 00 


63.00 


62.00 


65.00 


88.00 


93. 00 


52.00 


52.00 


88.00 


84.00 




FRUITS AND VEGETABLES: Monthly Carlo! Rail Shipments Plus Truck Unloads In 

41 Major Cities, 1966-1969 Crops 



CROP YEAR 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sep. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Total 


Snap Beans 
iQfifi 










7 

1 


233 


130 


14fi 


1 9fi 

X z^ U 


Sfi 
ou 






7fl4 


1QR7 
lyD I 










1 fi 
X U 


918 


1 SR 

XOO 


1 Sfi 

lou 


79 


4R 
rio 


7 




RQS 

oy o 


1968 










31 


257 


149 


159 


90 


51 


2 




739 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


166 


140 


99 


80 


51 


7 


- 


556 


Cabbage 
IQfifi 


Q 








253 


299 


112 


120 


1 97 


131 


9SS 
zoo 


101 

x\J X 


1 407 


1Q67 

Xi7U t 


oo 






2 


284 


367 


217 


153 


138 


141 

X*± X 


9S0 
zou 


1 fifi 

X U'J 


1 7SR 

X, 1 oo 


1968 


2 








260 


319 


136 


159 


132 


148 


273 


76 


1, 505 


1969 


7 


- 


- 


1 


145 


291 


113 


132 


168 


145 


350 


241 


1, 587 


Cantaloups 

IQfifi 

X£7 OU 














4 


R 










1 9 
x z 


1967 














3 


21 










94 
z*± 


1968 












1 


7 


9 










17 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




19 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


22 


Sweet Corn 
1966 












10 


129 


3 


2 








144 


1967 












27 


215 


20 










262 


1968 












29 


286 


7 


2 








324 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


224 


1 




- 


- 


- 


274 


Cucumbers 

1 Qfifi 










i 
i 


1 R 1 


ooo 


10 
ou 


fiO 

UU 


SR 
oo 


Q 
O 




fifiR 
uuo 


1Qfi7 










O 


9RQ 


SIR 
ooo 


9R 


9R 
zo 


S7 

O 1 






RQ9 


1968 










1 


431 


210 


42 


102 


118 






904 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


373 


194 


18 


44 


83 


7 


- 


720 


Green Peppers 

1 Q fifi 

iy oo 












Qfi 

y o 


coo, 
ozy 


101 

XU 1 


A 
TC 


i 

X 




z 




RRR 
ooo 


1 Qfi7 

iyo i 












1 0S 


1 uo 


RR 
oo 


Q 


A 
1 






Q 1 1 

o X X 


1 QRR 

iy do 












1 SQ 

xoy 


ROQ 

ouy 


SR 


Q 


o 






RRR 
ooo 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


189 


585 


43 


8 


4 


1 


- 


830 


Tomatoes 

1 QfiR 












c 
O 


on 
zu 


007 
Zz 1 


1 7R 


9n 
zu 


1 

X 




4S9 
*±OZ 


1 Qfi7 

iyo 1 












Q 
O 


01 


9R7 
ZD I 


IRS 
OOO 


4 1 
1 X 


1 

X 




RR1 

DO X 


1 QRR 
iy uo 












A 


01 


RRR 
ooo 


1 R4 

X OTt 


1 

X \J 






ouo 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


80 


379 


174 


19 


- 


- 


660 


Watermelons 

1 QRR 
iy dd 














4.7 


ROQ 

OUI7 


1 9 
xz 








368 


1QR7 

iyo * 














o 


107 

XU 1 


S47 

Ol l 










661 


1 QRR 

iy do 












1 

1 


9RR 
zoo 


1 Q4 


1 

X 








434 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 






443 


293 


4 


- 


- 


- 


740 


Apples 

1 Qfifi 
iy dd 


7 
1 


D 











Z 


40 
iu 


9SR 
zoo 


1 S4 


79 

1 z 


47 


S81 


1 Qfi7 

iy d < 


D 


o 
o 


1 
lz 


O 


A 
*± 


1 

1 


10 
xu 


1 4fi 
XIO 


4 40 


910 
z xu 


79 
1 z 


O X 




1 OCQ 

lyoo 


1 o 







1 
1 


O 

o 


Q 
O 


7 


7S 
I o 


4fiO 
<±OU 


91 S 

z xo 


Q7 

y t 


oo 


Qd 1 

y tc x 


1969 


14 


15 


7 


4 


2 




7 


126 


429 


238 


93 


90 


983 


Peaches 
1966 












3 Zv 


245 


D 










□yy 


1 Aon 

1967 








5 


i no 


zlo 


(5 


1 
1 












1968 










10 


131 


351 


217 


15 


1 






Ho 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


83 


256 


173 


27 


1 


- 


- 


542 


Strawberries 
1966 

1 Qfi7 








1 

OA 
Zl 


250 

RR 
OO 


i 
i 














251 

1 QR 
1 Uo 


1968 








5 


144 
















149 


1969 


- 


- 


- 


2 


72 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 


Irish Potatoes 
i yoo 










1 
1 


90Q 
zuy 


4fiR 
'iOo 


r 1 

o 1 


q 


7 






790 
1 zu 


1967 






1 


1 


1 


269 


495 


46 


15 


1 


1 


1 


831 


1968 






4 


1 


2 


249 


426 


28 


18 


5 


_ 


1 


734 


1969 


1 




1 




1 


186 


371 


18 


21 


3 




2 


601 


Sweet Potatoes 
1966 


138 


125 


156 


98 


104 


42 


25 


8 


63 


107 


213 


190 


1,269 


1967 


138 


120 


118 


118 


68 


12 


6 


7 


59 


101 


236 


172 


1, 155 


1968 


105 


103 


110 


122 


95 


80 


57 


20 


95 


99 


194 


166 


1, 189 


1969 


193 


180 


185 


137 


95 


66 


39 


121 


173 


313 


274 


977 



62 

COMMERCIAL VEGETABLES: Acres, Yield, Production, Price and Value, 1963-1970 (Continued on opposite page) 



CROP 
YFAR 


Acres 
Harv 


Yield 
Per 
Acre 


Produc- 
tion 


Price 
Per 
Cwt . 


Value Of 
Produc- 
tion 


CROP 


Acres 
Harv. 


Yie Id 
Per 
Acre 


Produc- 
tion 


Price 
Per 

Cwt. ! 


Value Of 
Produc- 
tion 




Acres 


Cwt. 


* Thous . 
Cwt. 


Do Is. 


Thous . 
Do 1 ! a rs 




Acres 


Cwt. 


Thous . 
Cwt. 


Dots. 


Thous . 
Dot tars 






SNAP BEANS (Late Spring) 






SNAP BEANS (Late Summer) 




1963 


, 600 


•25 


90 


7.40 


666 


1963 


5,600 


46 


258 


7.70 


1, 987 


1 9o4 


a Ann 
4 , UUO 


25 


100 


8. 60 


obO 


1964 


6,000 


50 


300 


7.70 


2, 310 


1965 


4, 400 


35 


2J 154 


7. 80 


975 


1965 


6,000 


45 


2/ 270 


8.00 


1 R88 

A | \J\J\J 


1966 


3, 700 


28 


104 


9. 20 


957 


1966 


5, 600 


49 


274 


10.90 


2,987 


1967 


3, 300 


35 


116 


10. 00 


1, 160 


1967 


5, 600 


46 


258 


8.40 


2, 167 


19bo 


3 , 50U 


35 


122 


6. 20 


756 


1968 


5,600 


48 


269 


10. 30 


2, 771 


1969 


3, 200 


30 


96 


9. 93 


953 


1969 


5, 600 


40 


224 


12. 20 


2,733 


19701/ 


3, 100 


30 


93 


11. 00 


1,023 


19701/ 


5,600 


40 


224 


10.40 


2, 330 






SNAP BEANS (Early Fall) 






SNAP BEANS (Total All) 




1963 


600 


29 


17 


7. 50 


lzo 


1963 


9,800 


37 


365 


7.62 


2, 781 


1964 


550 


17 


9 


9. 00 


81 


1964 


10, 550 


39 


409 


7.95 


3, 251 


1965 


550 


27 


15 


8. 50 


128 


1965 


10,950 


40 


439 


6.81 


2, 991 


1966 


550 


40 


22 


10. 00 


220 


1966 


9,850 


41 


400 


10. 41 


4, 164 


1967 


550 


35 


19 


11.00 


209 


1967 


9, 450 


42 


393 


9.00 


3,536 


J. C7 \JKJ 


600 


35 


18 


9. 70 


1 75 


1 CUD 


9,700 


42 


409 


9. 05 


3, 702 


1969 


550 


35 


19 


11. 20 


213 


1969 


9, 350 


36 


339 


11.50 


3,899 


19701/ 


600 


27 


16 


12. 50 


200 


19101/ 


9,300 


36 


333 


10. 67 


3,553 






CABBAGE 2/ (Late Spring) 






CABBAGE J/ 


(Late summer) 




1963 


2, 000 


140 


2/ 280 


1. 50 


270 


1963 


3,400 


185 


629 


1.41 


OOD 


1964 


1 , 800 


130 


2/ 234 


2. 70 


402 


1964 


3,200 


160 


512 


2. 56 


1 oi o 
1 , 611 




1 , OUU 


100 


160 


5.40 


OO'i 


13DD 


3, 600 


185 


666 


1.88 




1966 


1, 700 


130 


2/ 221 


1. 70 


274 


1966 


3, 200 


160 


512 


3.07 


1,572 


1967 


1, 700 


125 


212 


2. 30 


488 


1967 


3, 200 


231 


738 


1. 54 


1, 135 


1 QfiR 


1 , QUU 


100 


160 


2. 25 






3,200 


190 


608 


2. 24 


1, 360 


1969 


1, 500 


80 


120 


2. 05 


246 


1969 


3,000 


200 


600 


2.37 


1,424 


19701/ 


1, 400 


90 


126 


4. 27 


538 


19701/ 


3, 200 


200 


640' 


1.93 


1,232 






CABBAGE 3/ (Late Fall) 








CABBAGE A/ (Total All) 




1963 


2, 300 


140 


2/ 322 


1. 25 


350 


1963 


7,700 


160 


1,231 


1. 22, 


1 , ouo 


1964 


2, 000 


120 


240 


2. 50 


600 


1964 


7,000 


141 


986 


2. 34 


9 91/1 


labo 


1 , OUU 


115 


207 


1. 75 




1 qri; 
iyoo 


7, 000 


148 


1,033 


2. 40 


9 476 


1966 


1,700 


125 


212 


3. 35 


710 


1966 


6,600 


143 


945 


2.70 


2, 556 


1967 


1, 700 


140 


238 


1. 75 


416 


1967 


6, 600 


180 


1, 188 


1.72 


2,039 


1 QfiR 

1 i7UO 


1 7nn 

1 , l uu 


130 


221 


2. 60 


S75 
o t o 


1968 


6,500 


152 


989 


2. 32 


2, 295 


1969 


1, 700 


170 


289 


4. 00 


1, 156 


1969 


6,200 


163 


1,009 


2.80 


2,826 


19701/ 


1, 800 


140 


252 


2.40 


605 


19701/ 


6,400 


159 


1,018 


2.33 


2,375 






SWEET CORN (Early Summer) 








LETTUCE 


(Early Spring) 




1963 


3, 700 


62 


229 


4.40 


1, 008 


1963 


350 


150 


2J 52 


3.60 


199 


1964 


3, 900 


55 


214 


4. 35 


931 


1964 


300 


150 


2/ 45 


4. 20 


101 


i yoo 


1, 1UU 


73 


299 


4. 10 


1 99fi 


i yoo 


400 


160 


2/ 64 


7,00 


378 


1966 


3, 700 


54 


200 


5.00 


1,000 


1966 


450 


165 


2/ 74 


3. 30 


198 


1967 


4, 100 


75 


308 


4.50 


1, 386 


1967 


400 


150 


60 


6. 10 


366 


1968 


4, 500 


80 


360 


4.45 


1, 602 


1968 


350 


129 


45 


4.05 


182 


1969 


4,600 


70 


322 


4.49 


1,446 


1969 


300 


120 


36 


4.50 


162 


19701/ 


4,800 


62 


298 


5.31 


1, 582 


19701/ 


250 


130 


33 


4.70 


155 



JJ Pre I iminary. _2J Includes quant i t i es not marketed and excluded in computing values. _3/ Includes process ing. 



COMMERCIAL VEGETABLES: Acres. Yield Production, Price and Value. 1963-1970 



63 



CROP 
YFAR 


Acres 
Harv. 


Yield 
per 
Acre 


Produc- 
t ion 


Price 
Per 
Cwt. 


Value Of 
Produc- 
tion 


CROP 
YEAR 


Acres 
Harv . 


Yield 
Per 
Acre 


Produc- 
tion 


Price 
Per 
Cwt. 


Value Of 
Produc- 
tion 




Acres 


Cwt. 


Thous. 
Cwt. 


Do I s . 


Thous. 
Do 1 1 ars 




Acres 


Cwf. 


Thous . 
Cwt. 


Do Is . 


Thous . 
Dot tars 


CUCUMBERS 


(Late Spring For Fresh Market.) 




GREEN PEPPERS (Early Summer) 




1963 


4,800 


55 


264 


5.70 


1, 505 


1 jOo 


5, 500 


38 


209 


10.30 


9 1 £Q 

loo 


1 9R4 

X WT 


5,200 


56 


291 


5. 10 


1 , 484 


1 Qfi4 

i yoi 


5,800 


40 


232 


9.30 


9 1 KQ 

■1, Loo 


1 QfiS 


5,400 


60 


324 


4.25 


1| V 1 1 


1 QfiS 

iyoo 


6,700 


40 


£/ 268 


8.30 


1 QCO 
1 , OOO 


1 Qfifi 


5,300 


60 


318 


6.50 


2, 067 


1 Qfifi 

iyoo 


7,000 


40 


2f 280 


11.90 




1967 


6,000 


67 


402 


5.30 


2, 131 


1967 


7,000 


40 


280 


10.00 


2, 800 


1968 


6, 700 


60 


402 


2.80 


1, 126 


1968 


7,400 


37 


274 


10.10 


2,767 


1969 


6, 100 


55 


336 


5.51 


1, 851 


1969 


7, 700 


35 


270 


10.80 


2,916 


19702/ 


6. 100 


62 


378 


6.36 


2, 404 


19702/ 


8,000 


35 


280 


11.30 


3, 164 




TOMATOES (Early Summer) 






TOMATOES 


(Late summer) 




1 Qfi? 


1,700 


55 


94 


6.60 




1 Qfi'? 


800 


225 


180 


6.80 


1 OO A 


1964 


1,600 


65 


104 


7.40 


770 


1 QR4 


900 


220 


198 


6.20 


1 99ft 


1965 


1, 600 


65 


104 


5. 80 


603 


1 QfiS 


1, 100 


190 


209 


6.40 


1 T3ft 

1 , OOO 


1966 


1,600 


60 


96 


8. 70 


835 


1 Qfifi 


1, 200 


200 


240 


8.30 


1 QQ9 


1967 


1,600 


65 


* 104 


8. 10 


842 


1967 


1, 400 


234 


327 


6.40 


2, 093 


1968 


1,700 


70 


119 


7.00 


833 


1968 


1, 200 


230 


276 


9.70 


2,677 


1969 


1,600 


75 


120 


8.24 


989 


1969 


1, 200 


260 


312 


9.67 


3,017 


19702/ 


1,600 


80 


128 


8. 10 


1 , 037 


19702/ 


1, 200 


290 


348 


6. 19 


2. 154 






TOMATOES 


(Total All) 






CANTALOUPES (Mid -Summer) 






2, 500 


110 


274 


6.73 


I, 844 


1 Qfi'? 


1,400 


50 


70 


4.90 


olo 


1964 


2,500 


121 


302 


6.62 


1,998 


1 QC/l 

iyb'1 


1, 500 


50 


75 


4.70 


O £.0 


1965 


2,700 


116 


313 


6.20 


1 , 941 


iyoD 


1,300 


50 


65 


3.60 


OOA 


1966 


2,800 


120 


336 


8.41 


2, 827 


iyoo 


1, 100 


47 


52 


6.00 


Q 1 9 


1967 


3,000 


144 


431 


6.81 


2, 935 


1967 


1, 100 


65 


72 


6.40 


461 


1968 


2,900 


136 


395 


8. 89 


3, 510 


1968 


1, 100 


55 


60 


6.40 


384 


1969 


2,800 


154 


432 


9. 27 


4, 006 


1969V 












19702/ 


2,800 


170 


476 


6.70 


3, 191 
















WATERMELONS 


(Early Summer) 






STRAWBERRIES .1/ (Early Summer) 




















Lbs. 


/, 000 
Lbs. 


Cen ts 




1963 


8,700 


60 


2/ 522 


1. 30 


598 


1 Qfi*3 
ISOo 


2,000 


2, 100 


4,200 


35. 7 


1 4QQ 


1964 


8, 100 


65 


526 


1.30 


618 


1 Qfid 


2,000 


2,600 


5,200 


30.0 


1 SfiO 


1965 


7,900 


68 


2J 537 


1. 15 


575 


1 Qfi<^ 


2,200 


3, 300 


2/1, 260 


29. 1 


1 RQ9 


1 Qfifi 


6,500 


54 


351 


1.80 


DO 6 


1 ORR 

19oo 


2,200 


3, 500 


2/1, 700 


36.0 


9 R9ft 
— , O^o 


1 9fi7 


6,500 


70 


455 


1. 65 


7S1 


1967 


2,000 


2, 000 


2J 4, 000 


28. 1 


1, 124 


1 QfiR 


6,000 


65 


390 


1.85 


799 


1968 


1, 900 


3, 100 


5,900 


31. 1 


1,835 


1969 


7, 100 


88 


625 


1.71 




1969 


1,700 


2, 300 


3,900 


29. 7 


1, 158 


19702/ 


8,200 


58 


476 


1.92 


j ± ^ 


19702/ 


1,800 


2, 000 


3, 600 


30. 1 


1,084 






SNAP BEANS (Processing) 






CUCUMBERS 


(Processing) 








Tons 


Tons 


Ton 

4/ 








Tons 


Tons 


Ton 

JL 




1963 


2,400 


2.3 


5,500 


110.00 


605 


1 Oft"? 

i y Do 


20, 100 


2.40 


48,240 


53. 50 


9 SRI 


1964 


2,800 


1.9 


5,300 


122.00 


647 


1 Qfid 


20. 100 


2.50 


50,250 


70. 00 


? SI ft 


1965 


2.900 


2.3 


6,700 


107,00 


717 


1 ore; 

iyoo 


21,300 


2.81 


59,850 


73.60 


4 405 


1966 


2,400 


1.4 


3,400 


101,00 


343 


1 Qfifi 


25, 200 


2.24 


56,450 


86.30 


4 872 


1967 


4,000 


1.7 


6,800 


110.00 


748 


1967 


33,900 


2.46 


83, 400 


92.70 


7,731 


1968 


3.300 


1.8 


5,900 


102.00 


602 


1968 


32,800 


2.30 


75,440 


101.00 


7,619 


1969 


1,400 


2.6 


3,650 


87. 20 


318 


1969 


28,000 


2. 57 


71,950 


97.50 


7,015 


19702/ 


2, 100 


1.8 


3,800 


90.30 


343 


19702/ 


27,700 


2.50 


69,250 


94.90 


6,572 



JJ Pre I iminary . _2_/ Includes quant i t i es not marketed and excluded in compu t i ng values _3/ Includes processing. 
4/ Prices for process i ng vegetao I e s are P I an t-door prices. _§/ Discontinued in 1969 



64 

CROP VALUES: Individual and Total va 


lue Of Eleven Principal Crops, By Counties, 


196 


3" 1969 (Continued on opposite page) 






DISTRICTS 




TOBACCO 


COTTON 


PEANUTS 


IRISH POTATOES 


SWEET POTATOES 


CORN 


AND 
COUNTIES 




1968 


iyt>y 


lyoo 


jyoy 


iy Do 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1 yoy 


i y DO 


1969 


n i «:t T" i n t 1 














Do 1 1 ars 




















ztno. nnn 


419 ^no 










12, 550 


14 


900 


2 880 


3 3?0 


1 a cnn 

14, DUU 


97 


nnn 

UUU 








i R4ft nnn 

1 , UlO, UUU 










103, 000 


221 


000 


5* 640 


3 ' 360 


ci n cn 
O L , UOU 




Qnn 
yuu 






172, 500 


164, 500 










52, 400 


41 


350 


2' 820 


3 ' 200 


7 9Rn 


c 

D 


520 


r*3 1 Hw p 1 1 




290 ' 500 


318! 000 






_ 




13, 000 


39 


850 


8 ' 450 


18 ' 650 


ij,Q qnn 

i'to, OUU 


175 


000 






£7 . \J\J\J . \J\J\J 


11 537! 000 










18, 850 


22 


150 


13* 700 


ll' 350 


779 nnn 
its, uuu 


904 


000 






1 197 000 


1 14l' 000 


_ 




_ 




10 1 , 500 


66 


400 


5' 640 


3 600 


43 1 GO 


39 


350 


Wi Ikes 




1017, 000 


l! 358! 000 


_ 




_ 




58 , 500 


15 


950 


6! 720 


3 ' 360 


nnn 

Olo, UUU 


595 


000 


Yadkin 




6 154!000 


7' 472' 000 


235 








12. 200 


14 


400 


5 750 


3! 440 


qfio nnn 


1 387 


000 


NORTHFR.N MOUNTAIN 


(N. W. ) 


20, 480, 000 


24,051,000 


235 


220 






070 nnn 
IZ, UUU 


436 


000 


51 , 600 


50 280 




3, 188 


770 


District 4 
































Buncombe 




1,983,000 


2, 089, 000 


- 


_ 


_ 




14, 250 


56 


100 


5, 880 


6, 400 


172, 000 


310 


000 


Burke 








1, 300 


440 






9 3 00 


10 


900 


7', 840 


3 600 


268 000 


271 


500 






71,900 


58, 400 






_ 




12, 000 


14 


700 


3 ! 000 


3! 600 


259,' 000 


221 


500 


Clay 




104,000 


82, 100 


_ 




_ 




12 , 600 


11 


050 


3! 000 


3! 800 


1 17! 500 


106 


500 






446, 000 


435, 000 


_ 




_ 




5 , 700 


10 


550 


3' 000 


3! 800 


26! 300 


16 


350 






1, 371, 000 


1 353 000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




i 1 nnn 
1 1 , tJUu 


37 


350 


5' 880 


3' 370 


67' 300 


63 


800 






39, 400 


28, 600 


- 


- 


- 




55, 100 


39 


000 


5! 760 


3! 400 


304! 000 


253 


500 






87, 800 


83 400 


_ 


_ 


_ 




16, 200 


22 


400 


3 500 


3 800 


47 500 


58 


400 


McDowell 




24 '850 


19' 800 






_ 




5, 800 


11 


700 


5 880 


9! 600 


223 000 


202 


500 


Macon 




70, 600 


64! 200 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 1 , 800 


18 


400 


7! 000 


7! 200 


100' 000 


94 


500 






3,445,000 


3, 654, 000 


_ 




_ 




1 1 , 200 


11 


200 


5! 760 


3 , 200 


204! 000 


151 


000 


Mitchell 




832, 000 


817, 000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




26, 100 


39 


000 


5! 760 


3' 200 


4l' 000 


39 


600 


polk 








11 500 


12 900 


_ 




8, 550 


10 


550 


17 150 


17' 000 


9 1 ! 000 


53 


800 


Rutherford. . . . 




6 100 


4 250 


96,000 


117! 000 


_ 




10, 550 


14 


950 


102! 000 


108, 500 


393! 000 


297 


000 


Swain 




58 500 


52 800 






_ 




D , JUU 


14 


080 


3! 500 


19! 000 


50 ! 500 


40 


400 


Transylvania 




26, 550 


19,050 


_ 




_ 




15, 000 


18 


700 


5' 880 


3' 600 


96' 300 


90 


600 






1, 824, 000 


1, 790,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 




12, 750 


18 


400 


6! 860 


3! 240 


80 ' 600 


104 


500 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN 


(W. ). . . 


10, 390, 700 


10! 550, 600 


108,800 


130, 340 


_ 




n 1 nnn 
Z4D , UUU 


359 


030 


197, 650 


206. 310 


2, 541, 000 


2. 375 


450 


District 2 
































Alamance 




3, 293, 000 


4, 157, 000 


_ 




_ 




1 ^ nnn 
10, UUU 


19 


000 


13, 250 


22 000 


519, 000 


629 


000 






6 721 000 


9 443 000 






_ 




1 t nnn 

10 , UUU 


19 


000 


20 150 


28' ? 50 


333' 000 


332 


500 






2,069,000 


2,792,000 


820 


990 


- 




q 1 nn 

, IUU 


10 


550 


15! 350 


17 ! 200 


199! 000 


235 


000 


Forsyth 




3 266 000 


3 787 000 


235 


- 






a inn 

O , JUU 


15 


850 


13 700 


20 750 


339 500 


351 


000 






9,290,000 


11,905,000 


174, 500 


95, 100 


- 




5 700 


6 


600 


64' 800 


105! 000 


610! 000 


544 


000 






9, 559,000 


13, 858, 000 


6, 480 


3, 670 


_ 




1 cnn 
1 c , OUU 


10 


550 


20, 000 


22, 100 


538, 000 


731 


000 






6, 148, 000 


7, 959, 000 


350 


230 


_ 




1 1 , DUU 


20 


600 


20 150 


36', 950 


492! 000 


579 


000 






2, 268,000 


3, 393, 000 






_ 




a n^n 

4 , UDU 


7 


150 


10! 100 


12' 300 


416' 000 


595 


000 






7, 248,000 


10, 638, 000 


_ 


110 


_ 




4, 050 


18 


400 


9 850 


21 ' 000 


592! 000 


628 


000 


Rockingham. . . . 




10, 216,000 


12, 657, 000 


_ 




_ 




11 150 


15 


200 


1 1, 750 


17, 200 


346', 000 


439 


000 






8, 801, 000 


10 726,000 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


8,' 550 


7 


900 


11, 750 


3 ' 690 


447! 000 


312 


000 






6, 295. 000 


8, 302 000 


121, 500 


75, 200 


- 




q nnn 
y , UUU 


7 


050 


17! 650 


24! 200 


2io!ooo 


220 


500 






4. 518.000 


5, 601, 000 


139. 000 


136. 500 


12.950 


00 a n n 
Zo . 4UU 


6. 300 


10 


550 


18. 600 


27! 000 


256' 000 


276 


000 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT 


(N. ) . . 


79, 692, 000 


105, 218, 000 


442, 885 


311, 800 


12, 950 


28, 400 


117, 200 


168 


400 


247, 100 


357, 640 


5 297 500 


5, 872 


000 


District 5 
































Alexander 




765,000 


889,000 


960 


330 






5, 270 


7 


040 


5,880 


6,800 


174,000 


184 


000 


Catawba 








3 530 


100 


1, 650 


3 , 000 


12, 750 


14 


300 


72, 000 


36 900 


544. 000 


556 


000 


Chatham 




1, 619, 000 


1, 841, 000 


4!810 


230 






3, 950 


11 


700 


26! 900 


23' 700 


631 000 


805 


000 


Davidson 




2, 116! 000 


2! 723! 000 


2! 360 


580 


750 


1 , 000 


12, 750 


18 


150 


4l! 150 


53! 550 


480 ! 000 


618 


000 


Dav ie . . 




653 , 000 


' 823! 000 


10! 350 


5, 480 






4, 800 


7 


150 


6! 860 


7! 470 


312! 000 


252 


000 


Irede 11 




644 000 


824', 000 


74', 000 


52 600 


_ 




8 , 050 


8 


000 


9' 000 


6 880 


4 ocj ' Knn 

T tiU , UUU 


449 


000 


Lee . 




3, 4751000 


4, 120! 000 


3,' 530 


\\ 860 


_ 




3, 830 


6 


900 


11 ' 750 


11 100 


249. 000 


340 


000 


Rando lph 




1 ! 752^ 000 


2! 502! 000 






_ 




12 000 


1 1 


700 


6! 860 


7! 020 


1 , 008! 000 


1, 272 


000 


Rowan 




3 500 


q! 000 


110 500 


83, 900 


1, 200 


1, 400 


23, 500 


10 


900 


23 500 


18 000 


' 622' 000 


' 454 


000 


Wake 




16. 955] 000 


20. 925! 000 


43 600 


12! 350 




920 


9 . 450 


18 


600 


169! 500 


229 ' 500 


905' 000 


1 218 


000 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT 


CC 1 


27, 982, 500 


34, 653, 000 


253, 640 


157, 430 


3, 600 


6, 320 


96, 350 


114 


440 


373, 400 


400, 920 


5. 351. 500 


6. 148 


000 


District 8 
Anson 




139,000 


196,000 


215, 500 


387, 500 


_ 




5, 400 


9 


900 


23, 500 


23. 650 


236, 000 


211 


500 


Cabarrus 








42 400 


68 200 


750 


1 nnn 

1 , UUU 


2 , 700 


7 


680 


10, 800 


8 200 


347 500 


389 


000 










727! 000 


949' 000 






4 , 960 


10 


550 


2l! 600 


32! 750 


230! 000 


181 


500 


Gaston 




_ 


_ 


21 350 


22' 950 


_ 




7,910 


14 


100 


20! 150 


18' 400 


203, 000 


151 


000 


Lincoln 




_ 


_ 


93' 000 


87' 700 


1 , 350 




a 1 on 
t , 1 yu 


7 


150 


44' 600 


40' 800 


378' 000 


231 


000 






- 




55, 300 


76, 900 






r ^^n 


10 


550 


15! 350 


12,' 300 


129! 500 


107 


500 






581, 000 


601, 000 


89, 900 


104, 000 


_ 




9 o ^n 
z , you 


7 


130 


34 550 


23 200 


216, 000 


246 


500 


Moore 




3, 894, 000 


4, 614, 000 


58 300 


51 600 


8 840 


99 1 cn 

, I OU 


D e: cn 
_ , DOU 


7 


200 


42 300 


28 700 


281 000 


316 


000 






1, 155, 000 


1, 500, 000 


130, 500 


144, 500 


11, 700 


OO , ZjU 


r 1 nn 
, 1 uu 


6 


900 


41 050 


39 600 


142 500 


155 


000 


Stanly 








9, 590 


8, 590 






a E;nn 

4 , OUU 


11 


150 


10, 800 


16, 550 


467, 500 


511 


000 


Union 




_ 


_ 


277. 900 


401. 500 


- 




2 . 640 


6 


820 


23. 050 


22. 500 


1,131 000 


1 ,516 


000 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT 


(S. ) . . 


5, 769, 000 


6,911, 000 


1, 720, 740 


2, 302, 440 


22, 640 


iq Ann 

JO, 4UU 


54 , 450 


99 


130 


287, 750 


266, 650 


3, 762, 000 


4. 016 


000 


District 3 
































Bert ie 




5, 719, 000 


6, 427, 000 


154, 500 


84, 600 


5 638 000 


el 7Q7 nnn 
j, tat, UUU 


fi Q7n 
d , y f u 


6 


350 


34, 650 


38, 500 


2, 327, 000 


3, 175 


000 


Camden 








4, 120 


2 930 


12 600 


14, 650 


nnn nnn 
972, UUU 


551 


000 


17' 300 


23 900 


1 046' 000 


1, 327 


000 


Chowan 




530,000 


530, 000 


155, 500 


92, 700 


2, 030! 000 


ico nnn 
Z , LOZ, UUU 


16, 650 


12 


500 


125! 000 


125, 000 


' 607, 000 


881 


000 


Currituck 








5! 890 


' 660 


37! 800 


49, 800 


a n a cnn 
4 14 , OUU 


337 


500 


111, 000 


53! 800 


1,051,' 000 


1,484 


000 


Dare 




_ 


_ 










5,310 


5 


500 


8' 650 


9' 600 


3! 670 


4 


280 


Edgecombe 




11, 654, 000 


13,267 000 


605 000 


371, 500 


3 389 000 


ic\ c nnn 

O , (Uo, UUU 


12, 750 


6 


100 


49! 000 


75,' 600 


2, 774! 000 


3, 538 


000 


Gates 




240, 000 


268, 500 


69, 800 


21 400 


2, 389, 000 


000 nnn 

z , jyy , uuu 


3 , 420 


6 


000 


27, 000 


34, 5D0 


1 , 365, 000 


1, 651 


000 


Halifax 




5, 123 | 000 


6, 264' 000 


1 480, 000 


1, 227', 000 


6! 343! 000 


7, Uoo, UUU 


4, 790 


5 


850 


27! 350 


28! 950 


l! 644! 000 


2, 429 


000 


Hertford 




3! 242' 000 


3! 579' 000 


304,' 000 


' 190' 500 


4' 115' 000 


a 1 c a nnn 
4 , J. SI, UUU 


6, 380 


5 


850 


18, 600 


28' 750 


l' 254000 


1, 386 


000 


Mart in . . 




9! 424', 000 


11! 205! 000 


167! 000 


83', 200 


4! 30 1 ! 000 


a a 1 nnn 
4 , iy 1 , UUU 


18, 1 00 


6 


000 


54', 000 


67! 200 


2! 081 ',000 


2. 496 


000 


Nash 




17! 266[ 000 


21! 554! 000 


367! 500 


257! 500 


' 652! 000 


P70 1 nnn 
(01, UUU 


16, 650 


6 


200 


525! 000 


837! 000 


l! 534, 000 


1, 798 


000 


Northampt on 




345! 000 


407! 500 


1, 740! 000 


1 , 270 ! 000 


8 658 000 


cnc nnn 
, OaD, UUU 


6, 380 


6 


100 


25,' 000 


81 ' 000 


1! 514! 000 


1, 919 


000 


Pasquotank, . 








2! 940 


' 550 


22' 750 


29 , 500 


1 -in*5 nnn 
I , 4U j , UUU 


983 


000 


23, 300 


47! 850 


l! 256! 000 


1, 338 


000 


Perquimans . . . 




_ 


_ 


8! 650 


990 


1, 078' 000 


1 nnn nnn 

1 , 097, 000 


on nnn 
29 , OUU 


50 


700 


18,' 600 


53! 800 


1*449 '000 


1, 530 


000 


Tyrre 1 1 , 




_ 


_ 


2! 880 


220 


14' 500 


OA n cn 
Z4, UOU 


nnn 
Out), UUU 


385 


000 


63, 800 


48! 000 


290 000 


442 


500 


Washington. . . . 




797 000 


851 000 


4' 610 


3 620 


803 ' 000 


947 . 000 


13 , 900 


16 


550 


17' 650 


19' 200 


1 135'000 


1 . 756 


000 


NORTHERN COASTAL 


(N E 1 


54, 340, 000 


64, 353, 000 


5,072, 390 


3, 607, 370 


39, 483, 650 


a 1 oa 1 nnn 
4 1 , Z4 1 , UUU 


c. c c n n 
, ODD , tSUU 


2, 390 


200 


1, 145, 900 


1, 572. 650 


21, 330, 670 


27, 154 


780 


District 6 
































Beaufort 




8 104 000 


7 829 000 


5 760 


1 040 


137 500 


1 e i nnn 
1 b 1 , UUU 


crio nnn 

oyy , uuu 


479 


500 


48 500 


78 400 


2 119 000 


2, 510 


000 


Carteret 




l! 164! 000 


l', 488! 000 


l! 150 


' 330 


2! 000 


1 , 560 


oco einn 
oby, OUU 


326 


000 


26! 450 


6l! 600 


' 113', 500 


155 


000 


Craven. . 




7, 912, 000 


8, 746, 000 


5, 190 


2 300 


8 760 


10, 550 


10, 000 


12 


450 


55, 900 


52 300 


1 036 000 


1, 153 


000 






12! 820! 000 


13! 630! 000 


16', 500 


6, 170 


56! 300 


55, 300 


13, 350 


9 


700 


33', 950 


68' 000 


3' 300! 000 


3, 515 


000 


H.vde 








1 ' 380 


' 220 






hc\ nnn 
<y , UUU 


15 


000 


4 300 


10 800 


1 345,000 


1, 637 


000 






22, 586, 000 


27, 886, 000 


229! 500 


136, 000 


27, 300 


36, 400 


59 , 000 


191 


000 


3, 087! 000 


3 388 000 


3, 174, 000 


5, 456 


000 






5, 158, 000 


5! 970! 000 


l! 180 




' 720 


780 


6, 650 


6 


350 


17,650 


23, 200 


1 089,000 


2, 148 


000 


Lenoir 




15' 134' 000 


15! 635! 000 


7! 490 


320 


4, 080 


5, 200 


1 n c n n 

103, 500 


15 


900 


199, 500 


222, 000 


3 175 000 


3, 662 


000 






' 760! 000 


' 92l! 000 


' 805 


550 






ocn nnn 
3b9 , UuO 


231 


000 


36' 950 


30 100 


462 000 


536 


000 


Pitt 




25, 925! 000 


26, 577! 000 


116, 500 


47, 700 


1, 438, 000 


1,611, 000 


44, 450 


15 


600 


92! 100 


120! 500 


5, 246,000 


5, 770 


000 






15,' 460 ' 000 


18! 256! 000 


3l! 800 


9, 530 


3! 750 


4, 420 


122, 000 


130 


000 


180, 000 


232, 500 


4, 806, 000 


6 691 


000 






17' 852' 000 


22' 40?' 000 


74' 600 


30! 850 


18! 700 


28 100 


22 350 


9 


350 


1. 009! 000 


1 294! 000 


3! 172.1 000 


3. 419 


000 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E.) 


132, 875, 000 


149, 340, 000 


491, 855 


235, 010 


1 , 697, 1 10 


1,914,310 


1, 796, 800 


J_, 4 -1 1 


850 


4, 791, 300 


5, 581, 400 


29, 037, 500 


36, 652 


000 


District 9 




































7, 189, 000 


7, 067, 000 


95 300 


14 000 


1 01? 000 


846,000 


10, 450 


6 


000 


132, 000 


76 400 


1, 708, 000 


2,017 


000 






3' 30'' 000 


3 402 000 

Of TtU^i, UUU 


1 730 


' 440 


2 040 


2, 710 


9, 580 


11 


450 


144' 000 


133' 000 


534 000 


713 


000 


Columbus 




20,727,000 


21, 334, 000 


4^040 


690 


194!000 


212,500 


35, 600 


63 


600 


87l!000 


1,078! 000 


2, 396! 000 


2, 761 


000 


Cumberland. . . 




4, 584,000 


4,906,000 


302,000 


233, 500 


98,000 


109,500 


6,960 


9 


350 


141,000 


431,000 


830,000 


1,455 


000 






15. 448, 000 


14,615,000 


4,810 


2. 260 


1, 440 


1,810 


20,900 


9 


000 


173, 000 


359, 500 


3, 736, 000 


4,301 


000 






14,504,000 


16,781,000 


445,500 


240,000 






36, 250 


8 


950 


647,000 


726,000 


1, 113,000 


1, 551, 


000 






9 0Q9 nnn 

— , \Jo 6 , UUU 


040 nnn 


70c; nnn 


133, OUU 






3,050 


5 


850 


3 1 900 


qoo 


395 500 


463, 


000 






145,000 


125,000 






34,500 


37, 150 


6, 380 


6 


000 


9! 700 


10, 150 


54! 300 


64 


000 






5,290,000 


6,006,000 


1,730 




39,900 


43, 600 


17, 400 


9 


350 


70, 600 


96,000 


895, 000 


1, 220 


000 






2, 792,000 


2,929,000 


345 




162,500 


218,500 


16,650 


6 


000 


269, 500 


248, 500 


742,000 


1, 119 


000 






20,999,000 


23,783,000 


2,330,000 


1,388,000 


68, 300 


69,700 


19, 650 


44 


850 


132,000 


242,500 


4,306,000 


6, 229, 


000 






15, 100,000 


17, 149,000 


835,000 


681,000 


134,500 


140,000 


49, 150 


44 


850 


2,459,000 


2,827,000 


3,663,000 


4,818 


000 






766.000 


799.000 


1.300.000 


1.072.000 


1.870 


7. 100 


6, 380 


5 


700 


19. 600 


43. 200 


323. 500 


251. 


000 


SOUTHERN COASTAL 


(S.E.). 


112,938,000 


121. 145,000 


6,035,455 


4,091,390 


1,749,050 


1,6$$, 570 


238,400 


230 


950 


5, 100,300 


6.305, 150 


20,696, 300 


26,962, 


000 




13,800 


11, 400 






















STATE TOTAL 


444,481.000 


516.233,000 


14, 126.000 


10,836,000 


42,969,000 


44,957,000 


6,476,000 


5, 240.000 


12, 195,000 


14, 741,000 


90, 586,000 


112,369,000 



CROP VALUES: individual and Total Value Of Eleven Principal Crops, Bv Counties, 1968-1969 



DISTRICTS 

AND 
COUNTIES 


WHEAT 


OATS 


SOYBEANS FOR BEANS 


LESPEDEZA SEED 


ALL HAY 


TOTAL — CROSS ADDED 


CO. RANK 
IN VALUE 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


196S 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 


1969 


District 1 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 


1,890 
460 

11,700 
139,000 

47,850 
184.500 


990 
495 

17,350 
105, 500 
485 

39,050 
172.000 


4,050 

4.050 
340 

6,950 
38,850 

2,360 
10,650 
82,900 


3,370 
1,360 
660 
4,640 
43.850 
700 
10, 150 
77 . 000 


180 

30, 950 
86, 700 
180 
53,000 
413.000 


38,800 
71.300 

48,700 
418.500 


Do//ars 

680 
135 
1,090 
4,930 

4,000 
5.680 


810 
135 

2.780 
5,470 
520 
1,800 
4.050 


636.000 
784,000 
191,000 
82.900 
546.000 
396,000 
439,500 
274.000 


630,000 
826. 000 
175,500 
151.000 
493,000 
336. 500 
498,000 
231.000 


1,080,970 
2,634.060 
426,475 
594.040 
11, 175,030 
1,745,780 
2,210,220 
8.092. 265 


1.092.890 
2,755, 250 
391.730 
766,071 
13, 193, 62( 

1, 588.55! 

2. 570.011 
9.779.6K 


81 
61 
91 

86 
21 
70 

65 
29 


82 
62 
92 
85 
23 
73 
64 
31 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W.) 


3851400 


335,870 


150! 150 


141,730 


5841010 


577,300 


16.515 


15,565 


3.349,400 


3,341,000 


27.958,840 


32. 137.735 






District 4 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Macon 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Swain 

Transylvania 


2.100 
28. 350 

420 
840 

4,600 

840 

13, 300 
52,800 


490 
29,300 

990 

490 
990 

7,600 

1,010 

16,700 
51,900 


3, 110 
22,800 

i h on 
1, i A) 

1,340 

2, 150 

2,820 
680 
6,160 
33,800 

320 


145 
20, 200 
1,280 

330 

160 
1,310 

300 
630 
5,760 
27,800 

1.200 


350 
62,700 
4, 500 

1 an 
1 /u 

1, 350 

6. 100 
320 

180 
15.850 
63,000 

350 


235 
44,600 

235 

3, 570 
8,460 

19,200 
67 , 000 


945 
1,580 

280 

130 
1,760 

3,640 


4,100 

405 

540 

150 
4,310 
270 


634,000 
135,000 
138,500 
110,500 
58 , 000 

a a nnn 
44J, UUU 

127,000 

156,000 

88, 100 
199,500 
583,000 
227.000 

64,300 
174,000 

49, 500 

74.400 
293.000 


866,000 
162,000 
154,000 
104,000 
55, 200 

one nnn 
o9o , UUU 

184,500 

146, 500 

109,000 

215.500 

611,000 

298.000 

94, 700 

173,000 

71,900 

81,600 

347.000 


2.815,635 
536.870 
488.900 
347,600 
539, 000 

1 , 900, 290 
535,070 
311,000 
360,480 
389, 350 

4,254.380 

1, 132,720 
227.810 
934,890 
168,300 
218,480 

2.217.530 


3,328.370 
546, 64C 
453,715 
308 , 440 
520, 900 

1, 854, 340 
513,560 
314,660 
370,375 
399,800 

4,432.250 

1, 197.430 
230.760 
865,710 
198,450 
213, 550 

2.264.340 


58 
88 
90 

95 
87 
68 
89 
96 
93 
92 
45 
80 
97 
83 
99 
98 
64 


58 
87 
90 
96 
88 
70 
8S 
95 
94 
91 
51 
80 
97 
83 
99 
98 
66 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ). . . 


103,250 


109, 470 


74,900 


59! 115 


154.370 


143,300 


8,335 


9,775 


3,553,800 


4,069, 900 


17,378,305 


^013.290 






District 2 

Granville 

Guilford 

Orange 

Person 

Rockingham 

Stokes 

Vance 


208, 500 
jiy , ouu 

59,900 
113,000 
210, 500 
157,000 
238, 500 
122,500 
229,000 
268,000 
124,500 
130,000 

95. 500 


152, 500 
i 71 nnn 
1 to, UUU 

64, 200 

84,800 
221,500 
173,000 
233,000 
125,000 
315,500 
202,500 

82,500 
110,000 

74.000 


140, 000 
en nnn 

ou , yuu 
45,650 
94, 500 
51,900 
72,000 
131,000 
81,600 
93,600 
56,900 
38.950 
29,900 
32. 100 


149, 000 
a n £nn 
4 / , DUU 

29,050 
51,800 
42,450 
60,000 
126,500 
87.600 
91,900 
32,850 
27,500 
27, 150 
26. 200 


125, 000 
oo /inn 
Zo , 4UU 

6,250 
80,800 

360,000 
72, 300 

182, 500 
54,900 
8,320 
92, 600 
14, 200 
85, 600 

206. 5O0 


226, 500 
/in onn 

4U , yuu 
72,000 
71,800 
823.000 
146,000 
369, 500 
93,600 
10,350 
113,500 
12,750 
237,000 
315. 000 


11, 800 
9 run 
, U4U 

3,900 
3,530 
5,920 
8,820 
7, 130 
1.540 
615 
12, 150 
2,710 
3, 200 
3. 110 


20, 900 
Tnn 
J, lUU 

1,720 
10,700 
3,880 
5, 130 
6,840 
2.890 
245 
3,000 
6,620 
1,640 
2. 810 


276, 500 
079 nnn 
~ to , UUU 

95,000 
244,000 
148,500 
473,000 
447,000 
235, 500 
149.000 
328,000 
317.500 
172,500 
183.000 


362, 000 

on 1 trnn 
zy 1 , DUU 

184,000 

318,000 

149,000 

410, 500 

492,000 

372, 500 

163,000 

294,000 

312,000 

224,000 

210. 500 


4, 602,050 

h C71 nnn 

1 , b / 1 , yyu 
2,502,970 
4, 168, 365 
10,921,820 
10,919,200 
7, 678, 230 
3, 194, 190 
8,334,435 
11,342,550 
9,766, 160 
7,074,350 

5. 471.060 


5, 737, 900 

in 0*70 ocn 
1U, 378, 35U 

3, 406,710 

4,711,700 

13, 895, 530 

15,419,950 

9,823,620 

4, 689,040 

11,886,505 

13,774,250 

11,490,960 

9, 228,740 

6. 707. 960 


41 
31 
63 
47 

22 
23 
30 
54 
28 
20 
26 
33 
36 


37 
28 
57 
47 
20 
18 
30 
48 
24 
21 
26 
32 
36 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N.).. 


O * A t\t\ 

2, 176, 400 


2,011, 500 


929, 000 


799, 500 


1, 317, 370 


l, 531, 900 


72, 46o 


69, 075 


3, 342, 500 


3, 783, 000 


93, 647, 370 


121, 151, 215 






District 5 

Chatham 

Davie 

Lee 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Wake 


29,300 
218,000 

93, 300 
207,500 

83, 200 
270,000 

57,700 
284,000 
397,500 
256.000 


25, 200 
189,000 

80,500 
196,500 

72, 500 
202, 000 

54.700 
266,000 
350,000 
209.000 


39.600 
124.000 

73, 100 
131, 500 

55,400 
284,000 

33,700 
157,000 
207,000 
113. 500 


39,700 
94, 100 
46,700 
93.600 
38,550 
230,000 
32,650 
133.000 
243.500 
111.000 


64,400 
220,000 
90,700 
86,400 
44, 650 
192,000 
89, 500 
161,000 
160,500 
609.000 


90,000 
351,000 
114.000 
118,500 

64,300 
262,000 
257.000 
244, 500 
273,500 
1.092.000 


2, 150 
9,770 
8.620 
8, 140 
1,690 
8. 550 
700 
17,650 
22,000 
4.450 


1,890 
13,400 
10, 350 
16,650 

7,440 
14,650 
630 
29,950 
18,800 

2.590 


131, 500 
331, 500 
223, 500 
449,000 
254,000 
672,000 
81, 600 
391,000 
521,000 
225.000 


126,000 
320,000 
216,000 
539,000 
302, 500 
628,000 
66, 700 
340,000 
539.000 
266.000 


1, 218,060 
1, 537, 200 
2,774,880 
3,535,550 
1,425,950 
2,588, 100 
4,006,310 
3, 789, 510 
2,092,200 
19.290.500 


1, 369,960 

1, 577, 800 

3, 149, 180 
4,378,530 
1,580,390 

2, 677, 130 

4, 891, 540 
4,806. 170 
1, 999,000 

24.084.960 


78 
73 
59 
51 
75 
62 
48 
50 
67 
12 


78 
75 
59 
52 
74 
63 
44 
45 
69 
9 


CENTRAL PIEDMONT (C.)... 


1, 896, 500 


1, 645, 400 


— 3 aja' _ A A A - 

1, 218, 800 


— 4 AAA IS A A 

1,062, 800 


1, 718, 150 


A A A/S i*lAA~^ 

2, 866, 800 


§3, "720 


TIG. 350 


3, 280, 100 


1 — ?s — <■> a «■) Ann 

3, 343, 200 


42, 258, 260 


50, 514, 660 






District a 

Moore 

Richmond 

Union 


153, 500 
204, 500 
137,000 
84,400 
216, 500 
64,700 
46, 100 
83,000 
54, 200 
401,000 
452. 500 


147.500 
214,000 
134,000 
91,800 
198,000 
39,350 
35,850 
71,700 
37,950 
319,500 
696.000 


102,000 
132, 500 
97,500 
86. 200 
139,500 
37,450 
26.000 
29,650 
35,600 
164,000 
185.000 


88, 600 
140,000 
78.000 
69,600 
120,000 
35, 500 
16,000 
18,950 
55,300 
136,500 
195.500 


277,000 
95,800 

273,500 
51, 900 

233,000 
65, 300 
31,850 

112,000 
58,800 

200, 500 
1. 147.000 


486, 500 
194,000 
343,000 

65, 500 
454, 500 
119,000 

48,300 
138,000 
135,000 
365,500 
2.033.000 


12,550 
15,350 

6, 660 
7,920 

21, 400 
5,450 
2,800 
4,260 

7, 100 
10, 100 

7. 280 


19.500 
26,050 
17, 100 
12,950 
25,650 

4, 320 
2, 500 

5, 190 
1 1 , 600 
10,950 
12.950 


149,500 
317,500 
• 219,000 
138, 500 
223,000 
316,000 
30, 350 
136,000 
118,000 
199, 500 
243.000 


196,000 
315,000 
271. 500 
161, 500 
250, 500 
444, 500 

31, 300 
141,000 

90, 100 
183,000 
222.000 


1, 313,950 
1, 169,800 
1,717,220 

621,330 
1,354,540 

697.600 
1,061, 500 
4,651,900 
1,762,550 
1,467,490 
3.469.370 


1,766,650 
1, 363, 130 
2,017,400 

607,800 
1. 415, 300 

849,920 

1, 115,780 
5,414,490 

2, 231, 200 
1, 562,740 
5. 106. 270 


77 
79 
71 
85 
76 
84 
82 
40 
69 
74 
53 


71 
79 
68 
86 
77 
84 
81 
39 
67 
76 
41 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S.).. 


1,897,400 


1,985,650 


1,035,400 


953,950 


2, 546, 650 


4.382,300 


100,870 


143, 760 


2,090, 350 


2,306,400 


19, 287, 250 


23,450,680 






District 3 

Currituck 

Nash. 

Pasquotank 

Washington 


33,300 
210,000 

15,650 
245,000 

152, 500 
10, 350 
95,800 
11,300 
15,500 

350.000 
55,300 

186, 500 

168,000 
17,800 
42.000 


17,050 
269,000 

41,000 
305,000 

170,000 
12,350 
74,900 
13,400 
9, 100 

273,000 
71.300 

305,000 

174,000 
26,450 
78.400 


830 
24,000 
10,300 
14,300 

44,900 
1,870 
31,500 

79,800 
7,400 
60, 300 
85,800 
6,050 
6.650 


560 
50,700 
5,070 
17, 350 

37,600 
2.540 
11, 650 
200 
330 
97,000 
8,750 
58. 100 
111,500 
2,900 
4. 100 


593,000 
1, 216,000 
715,000 
1, 040, 000 
2, 450 
767,000 
497, 500 
565,000 
322,000 
722.000 
413,000 
549,000 
1, 617,000 
1,676,000 
596,000 
1.830.000 


718.000 
1, 277.000 
709,000 
1, 440,000 
3, 000 
951,000 
606,000 
1,060,000 
403,000 
982,000 
724,000 
732,000 
1,958,000 
1,927.000 
731,000 
1.966.000 


115 

735 

790 

405 
340 
980 
230 

1,390 
3,980 
1, 200 
5,000 


2,300 
180 

1,940 

430 
150 
2,750 
145 
300 
1,760 
2,600 
1,230 
2, 280 
155 


153,000 
5,650 
46, 100 
24, 350 

148,000 
55,200 
270,000 
97,900 
134,500 
157.000 
126,500 
18,750 
21,600- 
3,350 
30.400 


86, 300 
3, 500 
51,800 
12, 750 
300 
178,000 
45, 750 
157,500 
68, 600 
138,500 
143, 500 
186,000 
9,520 
21,000 
2, 100 
21.850 


14,660,365 
3,508,405 
4,251,200 
3, 004, 630 
20, 080 
19,596,555 
4, 659, 480 
15,585,420 
9,371,410 
16,917,100 
21,362,340 
13,030, 560 
4,591,740 
4,539,650 
1,560,380 
4. 679.610 


16, 352, 660 
3,519,860 
4, 600,070 
3, 702, 800 
22, 680 
22, 300, 230 
4,947, 190 
18,316,600 
9,829,445 
19,478,630 
26,422,960 
13, 379, 250 
4,730,750 
4,968, 270 
1,662,375 
5.663.720 


18 

52 
46 
56 
100 
10 
39 
16 
27 
14 
8 
19 
42 
43 
72 
38 


17 

56 
50 
55 
100 
10 
43 
15 
29 
14 
8 
22 
46 
42 
72 
38 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E.). 


1,609,000 


1,839,950 


373, 100 


408,350 


13, 120,950 


16, 187,000 


15, 165 


16, 220 


1, 292, 300 


1. 126,970 


141, 338,925 


159,897,490 






District 6 

Carteret 

Craven 

Greene 

Hyde 

Pitt 


138, 000 
20,500 
76, 100 

102,000 
66.000 

289,000 
16,200 

100,500 

144.000 
79,200 

164, 500 

400.000 


166, 000 
9,840 
63,400 
94, 200 
98,400 

243,000 
15,500 
83,800 
95,300 
83,800 

145,000 

303.500 


79, 600 
3,920 
19,050 
4,500 
5, 250 
88,400 
1,630 
16,800 
41,400 
17,700 
52,400 
101.000 


104, 000 
1,920 
18,400 
4,970 
18,600 
79,700 
1,270 
19,000 
47,000 
15,400 
34,700 
119.000 


3, 628, 000 
385,000 

1,313,000 
210,000 

1, 536,000 
889,000 
688,000 
576,000 
859,000 

1, 399,000 
724,000 
313,000 


3, 814,000 
484,000 
1,591,000 
246,000 
2,045,000 
2,035,000 
781,000 
642,000 
1, 100,000 
1,706,000 
990.000 
464.000 


30, 350 
1,370 
3, 330 
270 

11,850 
4,680 
1,200 
1,350 

10,550 
4,860 
1, 260 
1.260 


41, 050 
480 

3, 150 
320 

7, 200 
400 

760 
5,700 
3,980 
2,880 
1.730 


30, 600 
15.750 
59.500 
21,900 
14,700 
76,800 
21,750 
36,750 
15,750 
125,000 
88,900 
16,500 


33, 150 
28, 450 
42,900 
44, 400 
14,950 
121, 500 
16,650 
34, 250 
23,800 
136,500 
129, 500 
23.450 


14, 919, 310 

2, 103, 140 
10,498,830 
16, 578,770 

3,063,480 
30, 510, 680 

7,001,980 
19,354,970 

2,699,455 
34,487,810 
21,634,610 
22,980,410 


15, 217, 140 

2, 557, 180 
11.695,450 
17,674,060 

3, 847, 170 
39, 573,000 

8,962,750 
20, 320, 230 

2,990,450 
36,087,480 
26, 625, 530 
28,094,980 


17 
66 
25 
15 
55 
2 
34 
11 
60 
1 
7 
6 


19 
65 
25 
16 
54 
1 

33 
13 
60 
2 
7 
4 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 


1,596,000 


1,401,740 


431,650 


463,960 


12, 520,000 


15,898,000 


72, 330 


67, 650 


523,900 


649, 500 


185,833,445 


213,645,420 






District a 
New Hanover 


20, 500 
9, 700 
24, 400 
73, 400 
97 900 

239! 000 
74,400 
24,600 
8,800 
12, 300 

114,000 
68,900 
36. 150 


51,700 
7, 320 
37,600 
106.000 
115 500 
204^000 
72,400 
21,950 
19,200 
22, 500 
99, 200 
116,000 
26.050 


13,850 
6, 700 
57, 100 
20, 150 
26 550 
79^200 
14,900 
2,050 
2,550 
6,700 
54, 400 
25, 850 
34.000 


19,650 
7, 140 
87, 100 
33,600 
50 700 
78! 100 
16,550 
725 
1.610 
6.800 
57, 200 
28,650 
6.770 


610,000 

/i eo nnn 
462, UUU 

1,045,000 
788,000 

1 257 000 
' 802,' 000 
329,000 
64,000 
773,000 
789,000 

1,262.000 

1, 121,000 
240.000 


660.000 
360, UUU 
1, 136,000 
1,224,000 
1 164 000 
l] 567] 000 
981,000 
96,900 
666,000 
709.000 
2,672,000 
1,309,000 
452.500 


4,500 

1 , 680 
800 

1,770 
130 
890 

2,400 

1.540 
1,430 
7,640 
5,050 
2.770 


1, 220 
590 
1,070 
5,670 
1 080 
l!780 
3,980 

1,300 
135 
4,610 
11, 550 
6.620 


160,000 
34, 700 
127, 500 
115,000 
84 500 
89] 100 
70.000 
19,600 
19,350 
41,900 
277,000 
170,000 
114.000 


216, 500 

ot enn 
6 1 , bUU 

187,500 

143, 500 

95 500 
104] 000 

77. 200 
8,580 

21,000 

44,650 
308,000 
253,500 
210.500 


10,885,600 

a cno ion 
4, OUo, loU 

25,482,440 

6,960, 280 

20 850 230 

17!955;940 

3,798, 150 

360, 130 

7, 119,870 

4,834,325 

29,569,990 

23,631,450 

2.844.270 


10, 975, 470 

A one ocn 

4, v 1 O , ZDU 

26,899,060 
8, 657, 120 
20, 715, 350 
21, 261,830 
4, 362,380 
370,455 
8,084,060 

5, 304,085 
34,898,060 
27,378,550 

2,880,440 


24 

A_A 

4 
35 

9 
13 
49 
94 
32 
37 

3 

5 
47 


27 
ty 
6 
34 
12 
11 
53 
93 
35 
40 
3 
5 
61 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ). 


804,050 


899,420 


344,000 


394,595 


9,542,000 


12,997,400 


30,600 


39,605 


1,322,650 


1,708,030 


158,800,805 


176,462, 110 






All other 






















13,800 


11,400 






STATE TOTAL 


10,468,000 


10,229,000 


4.557,000 


4,284,000 


41,504,000 


55,584.000 


400,000 


483, 000 


18,755,000 


20,328,000 


686, 517,000 


795,284,000 







1 



FERTILIZER TONNAGE REPORT: Quantities Of Mixed Fertilizer and Fertilizer Materials Sold, 
By Counties, During Fiscal Years, 1966-1970 



DISTRICTS 


JULY 1, 


1966 TO 


JULY 1, 


1967 TO 


JULY 1, 


1968 TO 


JULY 1. 


1969 TO 


AND 


JUNE 30. 


1967 


JUNE 30, 1968 


JUNE 30. 1969 


JUNE 30, 1970 


COUNTIES 


Mixed 




Fert i lizer 


Mixed 


Fertilizer 


Mixed 


Fertilizer 


Mixed 


Fertilizer 




Fertilizer 




Materials 


Fertilizer 


Materials 


Fertilizer 


Materials 


Fertilizer 



Materials 








Tons 


Tons 


Ton . 




District 1 




















A 1 leghany 


5 064 




1,570 


5 122 


1 156 


d d9ft 
4 , 4oo 


Q^O 
you 


D , 1 58 


1 , 552 


Ashe 


5' 897 




1,013 


5' 969 


1*321 


6 025 


97 1 


A P 1 O 

4, oiy 


007 




1 ' 989 




177 


2* 035 


' 230 


1 ' 804 


164 


1 0,9 1 
1 , yz 1 


1 ft9 
loZ 


Caldwe 11 


4' 596 




776 


2* 192 


760 


3 400 


719 


d dft 1 

4,401 


7Q0 

iyu 




17,363 




1,917 


17' 387 


3 048 


19* 211 


3 034 


19 315 


9 R01 
, QUI 




3, 919 




390 


3' 573 


' 403 


3 ' 075 


' 395 


2' 761 


277 


Wilkes 


6* 446 




1, 139 


g' 245 


1 322 


g' 491 


1 095 


g' 034 


1 148 


Yadkin 


13' 118 




2\ 152 


14! 133 


2. 818 


13! 369 


4' 000 


15' 271 


4 ' ^QS 
4 . oyo 


NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N.W.). 


58, 392 


9, 134 


56, 656 


1 1 058 


57 813 


11 328 


59 740 


13 032 


District 4 




















Buncombe 


1 1 , 389 




1,981 


10, 793 


2,413 


9 290 


1 887 


8 917 


2, 184 


Burke 


5^411 




809 


4 ', 251 


' 802 


4' 725 


' 775 


5' 124 


1 ' 043 


Cherokee 


2, 333 




350 


2[ 735 


315 


2, 583 


453 


2, 806 


' 495 


Clay 


1 [ 047 




372 


1 \ 237 


319 


1316 


354 


1 ' 400 


455 


Graham 


1 ' 060 




95 


1 ' 320 


1 26 


' 944 


133 


' 882 


168 


Haywood 


9* 500 




1,373 


3 ' 866 


1 588 


4 849 


1 970 


4 403 


1 753 


Henderson 


14 ' 299 




4,081 


13 ' 546 


4' 291 


13 ' 902 


4 ' 94 9 


12* 879 


4 ' 403 


Jackson 


1 ' 930 




279 


1 ' 747 


' 267 


1 ' 840 


' 235 


1710 


' 301 


McDowell 


3 ' 145 




530 


9 ftft 1 

Z , DO 1 


<i09 
DUO 


9 ^dR 

Z , D4o 


R9 p 
0Z0 


2*575 


7^9 

( DO 


Macon 


3 ' 4-99 




568 


9 R 1 9 
o , D 1 


dQP 
iyo 


9 909 
, Z Uo 


701 

/ u 1 


2 738 


71 R 
1 1 O 


Madison 


5*416 




1,387 


S 1 fil 


i 9 1 d 


d RQO 

4 , oyu 


1 979 

1 , Z I 


d ft7 1 

4 , 1 1 


9 009 
Z , UUo 


Mitchell 


2 ' 770 




192 


2 1 95 


90 1 

OU ± 


9 1 0^ 

Z , 1 Uo 


9^fi 
ZoO 


9 lid 
z , 1 1 4 


97^ 
I D 


Polk 


2 ' 048 




665 


2 ' 028 


590 


1 dP^ 
1 , 400 


970 
1 U 


1 084 


^ 1 R 

DID 


Rutherford 


d P 1 1 




1, 032 


A ' AD 9 
4 , Uo I 


Qft9 

yoz 


A E>d 7 
4 , D4 t 


yoo 


d ' ft 1 7 


1 9Q0 
1 , oyu 


Swain 


497 




29 


492 


83 


516 


36 


^d9 
D4o 


7d 
1 4 


Transylvania 


2 9 00 




119 


1 164 


1 9fi 
1 00 


1 07P 


7^ 
1 


1 109 


1 9d 
1 Z4 


Yancey 


2.' 907 




509 


3 ' 247 


509 


3 538 


435 


3 ' 378 


828 


WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. ) . . . . 


74 262 


14,371 


64 043 


15 017 


63 159 


15 388 


g0 943 


17 582 


District 2 




















A lamance 


15 271 




2,779 


15, 235 


4 396 


9 763 


2 677 


16 596 


4, 180 


Caswell 


7' 499 




1,574 


6* 667 


1 \ 502 


3' 098 


1:463 


7 397 


1476 


Durham 


1, 933 




2,320 


12' 236 


2 \ 721 


14! 617 


3:875 


17' 224 


4 ' 057 




15 198 




2,214 


15' 738 


1 ' 803 


13 ', 610 


1 ' 933 


13 458 


2: 201 




13,' 791 




2,706 


13,' 209 


3' 665 


12,' 392 


3: 089 


13* 648 


§', 539 


Granville 


14, 585 




2 282 


12,213 


3, 136 


12, 143 


2,712 


12^17 


3,' 270 


Guilford 


21 9 r, 2 




3] 589 


93 4§3 


3 541 


24 662 


4 181 


19: 864 


3' 4 r> l 


Orange 


1, 162 




1,544 


6'. 125 


2', 426 


"s! 113 


2:961 


4: 778 


2 384 


Person 


14, 053 




4,208 


1 1 , 952 


3, 927 


10, 909 


3, 600 


10, 526 


3,496 


Rockingham 


17! 057 




2,935 


15] 5g8 


2, 788 


13* 756 


2 ' 304 


13. 136 


2: 666 


Stokes 


10, 759 




1, 268 


10' 884 


1 ' 610 


1 1 \ 138 


1 : 658 


13, 159 


1 , 854 


Vance 


13] 905 




1,643 


13 013 


2[ 880 


9011 


1 ' 086 


1 1 749 


1 76' 


Warren 


7! 818 




1.660 


7* 322 


1 ! 469 


6 .' 5 1 1 


1 : 574 


7', 065 


1 ' 955 


NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N.)... 


1 ftfi QS*3 
1 DO , JU O 


30,722 


1 ft*} fi4=i 

100, 04 


35 844 


146 723 


33 113 


160, 817 


36 , 761 


District 5 




















Alexander 


4 551 




828 


3 783 


66 1 


3 415 


653 


4 , 303 


1 , 041 




1 9 ' Qftft 
1 Z , yOO 




1, 642 


1 9 1 07P 

1 Z t 1/ t O 


9 174 


1 1 ' 795 


1 RS9 
1 , Ooo 


1 1 ' 687 


2 ' 272 


Chatham 


Q Q 10 

y, o4y 




1,623 


, Djy 


9 lQc 

z , loo 


A PQC 

4 , oyo 


9 1 

Z , Do 1 


4* 952 


1 ' 830 


Dav idson 


12 203 




1,799 


13 007 


2 '87 


1 1 490 
1 I , 40U 


2 123 


1 1 ' g38 


3*030 


Dav ie 


7 R^7 




1,814 


l , 04 1 


1 9 ^ft 

1 , oDO 


ft QO^ 


1 7Q9 
1 , t tj z 


7 ' 792 


2 120 


I rede 11 


22 543 




5,373 


25 863 


5 195 


23 859 


5 675 


23 640 


5 ' 027 


Lee . . 


9* 169 




2,883 


1 1 ' 9 1 
11, d 1 


2*275 


6 779 


2 ' 4 1 3 


7* 618 


2 ' 128 


Randolph 


13' 644 




3,450 


14 377 


3 ' 677 


12* 606 


4 ' 002 


15 ' 03 1 


5 383 


Rowan 


14 ' 985 




3,226 


1 D , U4o 


9 ' 9PP 
, zoo 


12 768 


9 ' dfid 
O , 404 


14 080 


9 ' 842 


Wake. 


37 090 




9.001 


9Q ^Pft 

y , 000 


Q dd 1 

y , 44 1 


9d' 977 


7 869 


41 096 


9*179 


CFNTRAI, PTFDMONT (C.) 


144 357 


31,639 


149' 268 


32] 546 


128, 823 


32,' 215 


142: 137 


41 : 852 


District 8 




















Anson 


8 838 




2,391 


9 828 


2 445 


7 250 


2 014 


9 705 


2 , 973 


Cabarrus 


9' 020 




2,064 


7' 798 


2 ' 454 


7 766 


2* 321 


7 601 


2 : 846 




20 | 491 




4,056 


17, 621 


4' 704 


16' 688 


4, 036 


17 1 926 


4 : 976 


Gaston 


7' 216 




1 , 586 


7 131 


2, 074 


l', 148 


2, 53 1 


6*, 556 


2: 542 


Lincoln 


T, 810 




1,855 


4] 691 


1 ', 790 


n' ft28 


1 : 826 


8: 539 


2 157 




13 238 




2, 130 


14, 185 


2[ 529 


14,' 238 


2: 908 


13* 793 


2* 292 




6' 321 




1,999 


5,' 605 


1 1 917 


4', 622 


1 : 479 


5: 127 


2* 260 


Moore 


9' 218 




2, 076 


8,015 


2* 017 


8, 3 16 


2: 064 


8, 397 


1 710 


Richmond 


5~, 714 




1,501 


4,' 426 


1 ,' 369 


4! 090 


1 : 481 


3 987 


2: 846 


Stanly 


16' 394 




3,307 


15' 001 


2* 959 


13! 316 


3 : 413 


12: 980 


3, 964 


Union 


28] 922 




7.215 


99' 339 


g] 055 


29[ 431 


7: 106 


34: 602 


9. 742 


SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S.)... 


133, 182 


30, 180 


123, 640 


30,313 


1 19, 493 


31 , 179 


129, 207 


38, 3JD8 


District 3 






















21 187 




4,494 


15 445 


4 094 


12 403 


2 750 


16, 249 


4 944 




7* 9fi9 




1,586 


7 336 


2 ' 201 


7*212 


1 590 


8: 256 


2 S3 3 




8 725 




1,711 


8 ' 874 


2 ' 2gl 


7* 800 


1 ' 826 


9* 793 


2] 577 


Currituck 


1 U, OOD 




3,537 


Q QP^ 


9 ddd 
0,444 


Q 09^ 

y , uoo 


2 ' 69 1 


10:678 


4: 975 


Dare 


D 






1 9P 
1 ZO 


97^ 
Z 1 


oou 


' 9^9 

OOZ 


417 


268 


Edgecombe 


on 100 
oU, loo 




9,409 


27 1 20 


£ 77Q 
, i/y 


20 1 75 


6 269 


28 423 


6, 647 


Gates 


9 321 




3,534 


9 353 


2 643 


8* 130 


1 ' 660 


12* 281 


4 : 939 


Halifax 


9Q ' P9d 
zy , 004 




8,327 


97 0d9 


8 ' 970 


16* 603 


7* 314 


17* 445 


7^50 


Hertford 


1 9 779 




2,642 


1 1 , 000 


2*330 


9* 785 


2*818 


12' 629 


4 ' 248 


Mart in . . . 


21 113 




5,634 


15 714 


4* 437 


13* 891 


4' 291 


17* 197 


6: 059 


Nash 


9ft' fins 




9, 262 


29* 707 


9* 552 


22 ' 549 


7' 005 


25 796 


8: 908 


Northampton 


21 646 




6,934 


19' 804 


5* 890 


lg' 870 


4 ' 082 


16: 066 


6: 221 


Pasquotank. . . 


19] 208 




4, 189 


19] 147 


4! 781 


17' 043 


3^29 


20: 420 


4 : 423 


Perquimans 


13 524 




4,379 


1 1 954 


3 937 


13 578 


4 052 


12:711 


4 433 




1 ' 868 




603 


2 ' 937 


' 676 


2 ' 731 


' 702 


4, 504 


' 995 


Washington 


8310 




2.774 


g' g92 


1 . 893 


9' 526 


4 263 


- - 11*257 


7 912 


NORTHERN COASTAL (N.E.).. 


949 99.ft 

Z 4 Z , Z O O 


69,015 


99?' 094 


64 163 


187! 891 


55' 294 


224', 122 


77,332 


District fci 






















27, 212 




7, 130 




5, 981 


25, 560 


8, 235 


29, 682 


11,693 




5* 675 




660 


3 456 


' 445 


4' 320 


' 567 


3 785 


1, 134 


Craven 


18' 779 




3,402 


14' 002 


3, 023 


12) 472 


2, 443 


12,899 


3. 590 




9' 939 




4,519 


9' 483 


4* 160 


8* 782 


4, 127 


9, 347 


4,310 


Hyde 


g' ig2 




2,304 


7' 050 


2* 197 


l\ 261 


1 : 672 


6, 805 


2, 768 




45' 106 




12,498 


O O , OOO 


12* 115 


33 ' 955 


10' 722 


37, 744 


12, 701 


Jones 


8* 677 




2,955 


8 068 


1 ' 776 


7 136 


2' 553 


7, 401 


2, 658 




*3fi' ftQ9 




11,768 


34 ' 649 


12* 149 


31 ' 682 


1 1 ' 680 


28, 718 


11,210 




7 Q^^ 

1 , yoD 




2,550 


7 9 QQ 

1 , oyy 


1 77ft 

1. no 


Of Mo 


2 ' 528 


6, 906 


2 047 


Pitt 


62,027 




17,256 


56,430 


15,630 


47,312 


13:530 


56: 277 


18,851 




41,931 




16,259 


42, 152 


17,250 


38.477 


16,074 


34: 114 


19, 655 


Wilson 


44,260 




11.651 


32.916 


11,467 


26.817 


10.444 


25* 524 


15 680 


CENTRAL COASTAL (E.) 


314,416 


92,952 


278| 450 


87:969 


246:852 


841575 


259: 202 


106: 297 


District 9 




















Bladen 


15, 193 




5.350 


12,401 


3,723 


11.452 


3, 180 


13,364 


4,244 


Brunsw ick 


8,095 




3,720 


6,566 


3, 168 


5,678 


1,708 


6,764 


2, 223 


Co lumbus 


47.687 




8.884 


40,020 


9,680 


33, 160 


7,618 


36, 118 


12,615 


Cumberland 


15,457 




4,613 


11,922 


3,642 


10,477 


3,742 


12,614 


6,688 


Duplin 


32,248 




11,203 


27, 153 


11,369 


34.613 


10,640 


29,484 


14,346 




31.523 




7,692 


29,218 


6,926 


28, 898 


6,448 


28,809 


9,836 


Hoke 


7.016 




2,744 


7,307 


2,730 


7,015 


2,056 


6,246 


3,285 


New Hanover 


4.328 




1,847 


2,201 


2,690 


4,654 


1.674 


4,972 


1, 664 




10,536 




2,778 


10.215 


1,965 


8,819 


2,231 


8,680 


3,064 




12.540 




4,065 


11,493 


4,492 


9,771 


3.971 


10, 516 


4,217 




61,079 




23,804 


59,508 


19,139 


53.273 


17,738 


58, 159 


28.335 




37. 108 




11.483 


33,299 


10,660 


30,287 


10,257 


32,891 


13,216 


Scotland 


11.442 




7.311 


13.282 


6.724 


16. 126 


5.844 


11.125 


8.493 


SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E. ).. 


294, 252 


95.494 


264,585 


86,908 


254:223 


77;i07 


259:742 


112:226 


STATE TOTAL 


1,428,050 


373,507 


1,323.381 


363,812 


1,204,977 


340, 199 


1,295,910 


443,390 



67 



MIXED FERTILIZ ER-- Sa I es July 1, 1 969- - J une 30, 1970 



1 Dot = 1, 000 Tons 




1 DOT= 1,000 TONS 



FERTILIZER MATERIALS- Sales July 1, 1969- -June 30, 1970 




NORTH CAROLINA FARM CENSUS, LAND USES, 1969 



DISTRICTS 

AND 
COUNTIES 



Total Land 
in Farm Tracts 
of Ten or 
more acres 



CROPLAND, EXCLUDING PASTURE 



Harvested 
Cropland 



Idle J 
Cropland 



PASTURE LAND 



Improved 
Pasture 



Unimproved 
Open 
Pasture 



District 1 

Alleghany 

Ashe 

Avery 

Caldwell 

Surry , 

Watauga 

Wilkes 

Yadkin. . .' 

NORTHERN MOUNTAIN (N. W. ) . 



District 4 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Graham 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Jackson 

McDowell 

Macon 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Polk 

Rutherford 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Yancey 

WESTERN MOUNTAIN (W. )■ 



123.244 
223.098 
66,363 
141,527 
269,728 
121, 173 
269,529 
196. 
1,410 



If 



Acres 



15,941 

20,156 
5,834 
7,448 

34,899 
8,351 

24,547 



1,231 
4,207 
3,303 
22,593 
39,416 
6,714 
15,014 

» 



34,529 
27, 165 
5.605 
8,444 
24,770 
16,254 
27,120 
19.595 



163,482 



30, 565 
69, 192 
14,551 
14,316 
12.016 
29,673 
10,927 
4 , 52 11 



185. 76C 



District 2 

Alamance 

Caswell 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Granville 

Guilford* 

Orange 

Person 

Rockingham 

Stokes 

Vance 

Warren 

NORTHERN PIEDMONT (N. ) . 



208, 299 
125.010 
107,956 
46,292 
32, 235 
149,589 
118,873 
73,076 
84,968 
106.764 
215.043 
76,390 
75,844 
220,465 
40,243 
44,307 
112.590 
1.837 944 



30,268 

10.941 
5,036 
4.368 
2,245 

13,299 

21,898 
4,699 
6,183 
7,448 

18,047 
7,644 
4,362 

15,384 
2.103 
3.290 

11.396 
168,611 



10,783 
11,880 
5,497 
3.691 
1.452 
2,001 
12,571 
3,493 
6,419 
5,860 
11,292 
2,440 
10,397 
37,127 
2,124 
3,662 
3.408 



134,097 



T7T 



791 
809 
039 
666 
850 
193 
042 
598 
393 
169 
901 
169 
935 
135 

957 

894 
03 



1W 



29.806 
4,092 
3,653 
4,638 
2,526 

51.528 
5,433 

14,230 
3.480 
9,674 

55,074 

13,227 
4,186 
6,017 
1,131 
4,462 

M5- 



231 20 



Jistrict 5 

Alexander 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Davidson 

Davie 

Iredell 

Lee 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Wake. 

central' piedmont' (C. ) . 



217,695 
247,161 
104,802 
149,605 
276.931 
294,306 

175.998 
225,928 
316,838 
262, 865 
129,763 
206.851 
2.608.743 ; 



36,109 
27,770 
12.318 
21,320 
46, 046 
41,289 

27,207 
30,042 
34,760 
26,984 
24,795 
23, 059 
~3T6tBW 



33 
41 
1 1 
26 
40 
29 

16 
27 
46 
41 
15 
17 



882 
424 
470 
706 
546 
754 

217 
535 
334 
269 
214 
110 
5TT~ 



25 
11 
7 
15 
10 
14 

16 
9 
13 
13 

5 
9 

T5T 



494 
039 
003 
376 
427 
988 

721 
405 
025 
117 
651 
248 



7,122 
7,583 
4,717 
4, 903 
4,324 
8,765 

5.722 
5,441 
11,416 
10,914 
3,396 
5.457 
79 760" 



110,953 
182,945 
290, 617 
236,159 
150, 844 
287,709 
108,266 
367,698 
242,538 
344. 485 



2,322,214 



13,229 
34. 233 
26, 891 
34,747 
21,593 
50, 101 
16,068 
49,883 
54,796 
66.646 



368, 187 



3TT 



321 

465 
050 
392 

546 
094 
216 
482 
737 
054 



85T 



T55" 



985 
469 
371 
756 
367 
854 
169 
871 
3 85 
426 



5. 118 
7, 798 
6,630 

10, 629 
4,928 

10,677 
2,220 
9,216 

12,205 



75, 610 



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District 
Anson 

Cabarrus 

Cleveland 

Gaston* 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Richmond 

Stanly 

Union 

SOUTHERN PIEDMONT (S. ).. 
District 3 

Bertie 

Camden 

Chowan 

Currituck 

Dare 

Edgecombe 

Gates 

Halifax 

Hertford 

Martin 

Nash 

Northampton 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 

Tyrrell 

Washington 

NORTHERN COASTAL N. E.). 



District 6 

Beaufort 

Carteret 

Craven 

Greene 

Hyde 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lenoir 

Pamlico 

Pitt 

Wayne 

Wilson 

CENTRAL COASTAL (E. ) 



District 9 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Duplin 

Harnett 

Hoke 

New Hanover 

Onslow 

Pender 

Robeson 

Sampson 

Scotland 

SOUTHERN COASTAL (S.E.). 



STATE TOTAL 1969 £/ . 



STATE TOTAL 1968.2/ 4/. 



217,473 
173,862 
246,617 

146,959 
167,874 
129,478 
236,835 
142,464 
196, 964 
358. 118 



'2. 016. MT" 



280,712 
74,840 
84,431 
93,761 
1,354 
297, 155 
123,947 
370, 957 
164,218 
206,471 
312,467 
299, 693 
84,796 
109,994 
47, 143 
109.566 



2,661,605 



272, 831 
85,547 
182,496 
158, 629 
113, 046 
460,762 
141,724 
216,331 
72, 649 
342,985 
309, 170 
.116 



288, 153 
129,909 
333,503 
243,293 
398,812 
290, 090 
135, 119 
19,635 
158,299 
189,126 
486,330 
464.918 
136.321 
3.273 5U8 



32,719 
33,367 
41,051 

31,606 
17,881 
14,621 
23 ,.052 
16,401 
40,455 
85.877 



337!03U 



609 
535 
574 

579 
466 
154 
613 
087 
622 
194 



53T 



71,017 
33,312 
31, 666 
33,806 
300 
95,659 
33,599 
101,337 
42,584 
63, 019 
71,727 
89,907 
41,554 
44,662 
17,012 
54.246 
407 



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13 
5 
5 
5 

28 
7 
29 
10 
13 
52 
17 
6 
10 
4 
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430 
488 
295 
774 
45 
306 
305 
8 6 1 
156 
744 
388 
387 
794 
065 
539 
210 
7FT 



98,310 
11,547 
44,499 
58,561 
48,258 
131,034 
35,462 
66,056 
24,288 
118,442 
108,828 
72.263 



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20 
18 
6 
62 
13 
3g 

36 
38 
26 

"29' 



506 
043 
207 
414 
648 
423 
778 
139 
609 
612 
073 
994 

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51,391 
21,064 
73,845 
60, 165 
93,502 
72,076 
42,740 
4,078 
31.078 
33,088 
178,838 
122,972 
29.932 



314! 769 



T47 



894 
980 
608 
941 
264 
436 
817 
546 
969 
852 
439 
636 
941 



3TT 



23 
25 
44 

14 
20 
5 
8 
4 
31 
49 
-7TT 



3 K9 
941 
167 

152 
167 
107 
407 
647 
974 
782 
7377" 



3,896 
625 
1, 125 
781 
100 
11,108 
2,185 
13,440 
2,613 
5,335 
7,840 
5,396 
2,035 
1,393 
840 
3.429 



62,141 



5,425 
3,114 
2,852 
1,697 
822 



11,616 
2,460 
2,963 
2, 199 
7, 190 
7,086 
2.910 



6.844 
2,624 
9,361 
7,741 
7,350 
9,281 
2,908 
867 
2.976 
2,545 
8,848 
9,557 
5.900 
76 802 



18,703,861 



3,850,971 



2,165 



486 



1,169,683 



18,767,421 



4,093,962 



1,995 



991 



1,157,961 



5,249 
9,225 
6,041 

9, 191 
12,055 
1,702 
3,889 
2,534 
6,813 
7.780 
64 479 



1,485 
79 
411 
884 
150 

3, 787 
537 

4, 131 
855 
517 

4,415 

2,915 
311 
451 
662 
293 
21,883 



19. 596 



2,069 
1,396 
2,756 
1,512 
3,260 
,565 
, 082 
404 
,571 
,558 
,330 
3,418 
1. 089 
28 010 



716,301 



713, 112 



JJ Includes land used for soil improving crops and crop failures. 2J Total excludes 
Gaston counties, d/ Conducted on tracts of five or more acres. * No Census. 



Guilford and Gaston counties. 3/ Revised excludes Buncombe, Guilford and 



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70 



CLIMATIC CHANGE IN NORTH CAROLINA 



By 

Albert V. Hardy, North Carolina CI imatologist 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 

And 

Jessie D. Hardy 



Among the many questions directed to the Climatologist' s desk, 
we find one recurring most often: ''Is the climate changing 9 '' 
This question must have occupied the mind of man long before there 
were weather records, or instruments with which to measure atmos- 
pheric conditions. The conclusion, ''winters just aren't what they 
used to be,'' seems to be one easily reached on the basis of one's 
changing outlook. To establish the facts, however, there is a need 
for examination of the records. For a period of about a century, 
actual measurements of daily weather have been made in sufficient 
quantity to serve as a basis for study. Over longer periods some 
conclusions can be reached based on the effects of the weather. 

TEMPERATURE CONTROLS: What controls the temperature of the 
earth's surface? The earth is heated by radiation received from 
the sun, and is cooled by radiation back to space. If the amount 
of either the incoming or the outgoing radiation were changed with- 
out a corresponding change in the other, there would be a change in 
the earth's temperature. A change could be caused by fluctuations 
in the heat given off by the sun; it could be caused by variations 
in the amount and distribution of substances in the atmosphere or 
on the earth's surface which control the amount of heat received at 
the surface, the amount absorbed or reflected back by the surface, 
and the amount re-radiated to space. 

CLIMATIC CHANGE OVER LONG PERIODS. It is generally accepted 
that over the periods of geological history, there have been large 
and significant changes of climate on the earth. The record of the 
glaciers as they have advanced and retreated over distances of 
hundreds of miles during periods of a few thousand years is perma- 
nent evidence of climatic change. Scientists do not always agree 
on the reason for these changes, but they do agree that they took 
place. It is apparent that there have been periods when the whole 
earth's surface has been significantly warmer (and colder) than it 
is at present. 

TEMPERATURE TRENDS OF THE PAST CENTURY. One of the problems 
of our industrial civilization is to determine whether substances 
being put into the air by man's activities- -air pollution--may 
change the climate of the earth importantly, perhaps even disas- 
trously. With this in mind, scientists have studied the changes in 
the average annual temperature of the earth during the relatively 
short period when actual measurements have been made. One such 
study by J. Murray Mitchell (l) indicated that from the 1800s to 
the 1940s the average temperature of the whole earth rose by about 
three-fourths of a degree, F. During this period there was also a 
measurable increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmos- 
phere. Carbon dioxide is one of the variable components of the 
atmosphere which may be increased by the combustion of fuels; it 
is also a component which tends to ''blanket in'' the earth's heat. 
These facts caused concern in some quarters that a continued in- 
crease in carbon dioxide might cause a serious rise in the earth' s 
temperature. After the 1940s, however, the average temperature of 
the earth took a downward turn, while man continued to add carbon 
dioxide to the atmosphere. This leads to the conclusion that 
climatic change is a complex matter, not easily explained by a 
single factor such as variation in the carbon dioxide content of 
the air. 

CLIMATIC CHANGE AFFECTING LIMITED AREAS. While the average 
temperature of the whole earth is a matter of general interest, 
most of us are more concerned with the climate of our own parti- 
cular area, which may or may not be changing in the same degree or 
direction as that of the whole earth. Differences in climate from 
place to place over the earth may also change, in connection with 
changes in the circulation of the atmosphere over the earth. It 
has been observed, for example, that during the 1960s winter 
weather has become colder over the eastern United States, while 
winters were warmer than previously in the western part of the 
country. Weather scientists have connected these opposing changes 
to a shift in the average position of the jet stream, a meandering 
river of rapidly-moving air high above the earth. The average 
movement of air in the jet stream is from west to east, but there 
are serpentine waves taking it far to the north or south at times. 
One scientist (2) has suggested that a large area of warming in 
the waters of the Pacific Ocean may be responsible for setting up 
a wave in the jet stream which sends warm air far to the north over 
the western United States, while at the same time emphasizing the 
southward flow of cold air over the eastern part of the country 
(see Figure l). This is only one of several theories being brought 
forth to explain changes in the climate of the Nation. 

TEMPERATURE TRENDS IN NORTH CAROLINA. We in North Carolina 
are acutely aware that noticeable changes have taken place in our 
weather during the course of a long lifetime. It is common knowl- 
edge, backed by official records, that snowy winters were more in 
evidence in the 1890s and 1900s than they were in the 1940s and 
1950s. In Raleigh, for example, there was nearly three times as 



much snow in the period 1890 through 1899 as there was in the 
period 1940 through 1949. In recent years, however, the trend has 
been reversed; there was almost as much snow in the 1960s as in the 
1890s. 

Weather changes have important implications in the field of 
agriculture. A semi -permanent change of a few degrees in tempera- 
ture may expand or reduce the area where certain crops may be 
grown, or necessitate the breeding of new varieties to meet the 
changing conditions. Increasingly severe winters may reduce cer- 
tain insect pests, necessitate better protection for livestock, 
and increase the need for heating fuel. Cooler summers may kill 
some pests and allow others to multiply; reduce the need for shad- 
ing of crops and livestock; or lower the evaporation and trans- 
piration rates, thus reducing the need for irrigation. 

Average temperatures computed over the world, over an area 
the size of North Carolina, or at any individual location, may not 
be entirely comparable from one decade to the next. In particular, 
when considering an area average such as that for North Carolina, 
the average for a recent period is very likely computed from a 
larger number of stations than that for an earlier period. As 
indicated in the 1969 issue of North Carolina Agricultural Sta- 
tistics (3), there were 48 weather stations in the State in 1890, 
and 260 stations in 1940. There was not quite that large a dis- 
parity in the number of stations used in computing temperature 
averages; it is estimated, however, that nearly twice as many 
stations were used in compiling averages for the 1940s, 1950s and 
1960s as for the 1880s and 1890s. In spite of these differences, 
temperature trends over North Carolina show great similarity to 
those over the earth as a whole. 

It is not oui purpose here to analyze cause and effect in 
connection with climatic changes over North Carolina, nor to com- 
ment on what direction the trends may take in the future. Our 
purpose is only to present the North Carolina figures in the 
simplest form, and to point out the similarity of the indicated 
trends here to those for the whole globe. 

As a basis for comparison we quote the following from the 
1970 report of the Presidential Council on Environmental Quality 
(4): ''Beginning in about 1890, this average temperature (at the 
earth's surface) began an irregular climb. By 1940 it was 1.1°F 
higher than it had been during the decade from 1880 to 1890. But 
in the 30 years from 1940 to 1970, the average temperature has 
fallen about 0. 5°F. ' ' 

Note in Figure 2 on Page 71 that the early cold period 
includes the decade 1900-1909; that this was, in fact, very slightly 
colder than the previous decade. Subsequent decades warmed steadily 
through the 1930s, the decade of the '30s being 1.4°F warmer than 
the 1900-1909 period, and 1.0°F warmer than the 1880s. From this 
high average of the 1930s the following two decades cooled slightly, 
the 1940s by 0.4°F and the 1950s by an additional 0.1°F. There was 
then a spectacular fall in the 1960s to the lowest average of the 
entire nine decades; the average temperature in North Carolina dur- 
ing the 1960s was two full degrees colder than that of the warmest 
decade, the 1930s, and 0.6°F colder than the previous coldest dec- 
ade, the 1900s. 

Some check against the inadequanc ies of area averaging was be- 
lieved advisable; hence single-station averages have been computed 
by decades and plotted in broken lines on Figure 2 for comparison 
with the statewide averages. Since no one station had a history 
of uniform exposure during the entire nine decades, two stations 
were selected, overlapping in the 1900s when both had reasonably 
satisfactory records. Note the similarity of the decade-to-decade 
trends, those of the single-station records showing close agreement 
with the statewide averages in all but the earliest records. 

Temperatures trends for North Carolina as shown in Figure 2 
appear comparable in direction with the world-wide trends reported 
by the Presidential Council (4), but with even greater cooling in 
North Carolina in the 1960s. 

REFERENCES 

(1) Mitchell, J. Murray, Jr. ''Recent Secular Changes of Global 
Temperature.'' Annals New York Academy of Sciences, V. 95 
(1961). Pp. 235-249. 

(2) Namias, Jerome. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- 
tion; news release of December 18, 1970. 

(3) Hardy, Albert V. ''Weather Services Centennial''. North Caro- 
lina Agricultural Statistics, No. 121, Annual, 1969. 

(4) Presidential Council on Environmental Quality. ''Man's Inad- 
vertent Modification of Weather and Climate' ' . Bulletin, Amer- 
ican Meteorological Society, V. 51, No. 11, November 1970. Pp. 
1043-47. 



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1890- 
1899 



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1909 



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PRECIPITATION: 


Average Inches By Districts, 


Month ly 


and Annual ly , 1961 - i 9 7 , 


and Normals 






YEAR 


JAN. | FEB. MAR. 


j APR. MAY JUNE | 


JULY 


AUG. SEP. OCT. 


NOV. j DEC. 


ANNUAL 



District 1 
NORTHERN MOUNTAIN 



1961 


3.60 


6. 31 


4. 88 


4.33 


3. 65 


6. 18 


3. 90 


7.75 


1. 83 


2. 29 


4. 58 


6.71 


56.01 


1962 


5.09 


4.25 


4. 50 


4.01 


3. 28 


6. 18 


3.36 


2.94 


4. 93 


2.89 


5. 10 


3.91 


50.44 


1963 


2.06 


1.95 


8. 18 


2. 58 


4.63 


3. 03 


3.54 


1. 50 


3. 38 


. 17 


4.84 


2. 01 


37.87 


1964 


5. 32 


4. 72 


4. 18 


5. 20 


2. 50 


2. 74 


7.86 


7. 48 


4. 42 


7.66 


3. 89 


3.54 


59. 51 


1965 


3. 01 


4.86 


5. 87 


4. 28 


2. 94 


4.31 


5. 38 


4. 43 


2. 65 


4. 95 


1.25 


.33 


44.26 


1966 


4. 03 


7.33 


1. 80 


4. 40 


4.42 


2. 71 


4.67 


6. 12 


7. 17 


4. 16 


3.94 


3. 38 


54. 13 


1967 


2. 72 


3. 03 


3. 43 


2.02 


4. 70 


3. 53 


6. 61 


6. 18 


4.47 


3. 28 


2. 43 


5.60 


48.00 


1968 


4. 32 


.45 


4.42 


4. 38 


3.80 


4. 45 


4. 47 


2.80 


2. 38 


7.61 


3. 28 


3. 15 


45.51 


1969 


2. 77 


4.08 


4. 31 


4. 10 


3.21 


8.48 


5. 21 


5. 53 


4. 73 


3. 10 


4.10 
2.64 


5.72 


55.34 


1970 


1. 69 


2.91 


3.07 


4.42 


2. 59 


3.87 


4. 60 


10. 93 


1. 95 


6.78 


*2. 05 


47. 50 


NORMAL 


3.89 


3.99 


4. 79 


4. 24 


4. 26 


4. 40. 


5.85 


5. 60 


4. li 


3.52 


3. 37 


3.82 


51.84 



District 4 
WESTERN MOUNTAIN 



1961 


2. 88 


7.44 


4. 75 


4. 47 


3.92 


6. 64 


4. 58 


9. 62 


1. 72 


2. 22 


4. 55 


9.30 


62. 09 


1962 


6.26 


5. 50 


5. 15 


4. 79 


2.86 


7. 33 


4. 28 


3. 58 


4. 18 


3.23 


4.03 


2.75 


53.94 


1963 


3. 33 


2. 33 


9.85 


4. 37 


3. 18 


4. 50 


5. 16 


2.71 


3.68 


.05 


4. 68 


2. 56 


46.40 


1964 


5.86 


4.72 


7. 28 


7.52 


1.80 


2. 26 


7. 11 


8.73 


5.78 


9. 54 


3.41 


4. 41 


68.42 


1965 


3. 04 


4.80 


7. 18 


4. 15 


4. 19 


4. 02 


4. 66 


4. 33 


4. 01 


3. 96 


2. 14 


. 38 


46.86 


1966 


4.08 


7.78 


3. 34 


5. 36 


3. 80 


2. 56 


4. 35 


6. 09 


5. 69 


5. 38 


4.33 


3.32 


56.08 


1967 


3. 16 


4.04 


3. 27 


2. 27 


6. 29 


6. 24 


7. 78 


8. 62 


3. 39 


3.09 


3. 76 


6.89 


58.80 


1968 


4. 26 


.79 


5. 66 


3. 76 


4. 21 


4. 58 


4.63 


3. 25 


2.88 


4.79 


3. 55 


3.99 


46.35 


1969 


3. 64 


5.76 


4. 53 


4 ^8 


3.02 


6. 21 


4. 63 


7. 55 


4. 46 


2.73 


3. 79 


5.28 


56.08 


1970 


2. 31 


3.03 


3.32 


4] 28 


2. 80 


4.25 


4. 69 


4. 84 


2. 48 


6.43 


2.45 


*3.21 


44.09 


NORMAL 


4.83 


4. 71 


5. 49 


4. 45 


4.00 


4.47 


5. 94 


5. 45 


3.84 


3.60 


3. 54 


4. 71 


55.03 



District 2 
NORTHERN PIEDMONT 



1961 


2.69 


4.74 


4.68 


3.84 


4. 15 


5. 77 


2. 96 


6.61 


.68 


1.41 


2. 14 


5. 59 


45. 26 


1962 


6. 46 


3.99 


4. 14 


4. 25 


2. 16 


7. 08 


4. 35 


4. 19 


4. 72 


.94 


6.72 


3. 66 


52.66 


1963 


2. 55 


3.06 


5. 30 


2.00 


2.70 


2. 83 


3.94 


2.69 


4. 45 


. 35 


6.03 


2. 29 


38. 19 


1964 


4. 33 


4.48 


2. 58 


3. 37 


1. 22 


3. 40 


5. 36 


5.63 


2. 98 


6. 20 


1. 99 


3. 97 


45.51 


1965 


1.94 


3. 28 


4.75 


3.01 


1. 66 


6.79 


7. 19 


3. 30 


2. 37 


2.61 


1. 20 


.35 


38.45 


1966 


4.85 


4. 53 


2. 17 


2. 08 


5. 27 


2. 12 


2. 63 


3. 34 


3.82 


3. 18 


1. 71 


2.64 


38. 34 


1967 


2.08 


3. 38 


1. 27 


2. 28 


4. 40 


2. 68 


4. 11 


6.42 


2. 65 


1. 40 


1. 45 


5.84 


37.96 


1968 


3. 54 


. 71 


3. 72 


2. 63 


4. 59 


2. 12 


4. 31 


2. 49 


. 49 


4. 20 


3. 95 


2. 86 


35.61 


1969 


2. 29 


3.43 


4. 27 


2. 78 


2. 80 


5. 35 


4.07 


4. 18 


4. 50 


2.01 


1. 24 


4. 12 


41.04 


1970 


i. 72 


3.77 


4. 10 


3. 22 


2.76 


2.82 


4. 58 


5. 58 


1. 21 


4 60 


3. 10 


*2. 32 


39.78 


NORMAL 


3. 51 


3. 44 


3.83 


3. 67 


3. 58 


3. 81 


5. 27 


4. 73 


3.82 


2. 85 


2. 96 


3. 25 


44.72 



District 5 



CENTRAL PIEDMONT 






























1961 


2. 70 


5.71 


4. 66 


3. 75 


3.80 


5. 37 


4. 28 


6. 13 


. 50 


1. 20 


2. 


62 


5. 79 


46.51 


1962 


6. 17 


3. 75 


4. 20 


4. 32 


2. 82 


7. 72 


4. 59 


2. 36 


4. 20 


1. 61 


6 


43 


3. 48 


51.65 


1963 


3. 12 


3. 30 


5.82 


3. 10 


4.07 


2. 95 


4. 53 


2. 34 


4. 27 


.34 


5 


69 


2.83 


42. 36 


1964 


4.83 


4.70 


3. 39 


4. 73 


1. 52 


4.05 


5.94 


6. 12 


3. 00 


7.94 


2. 


06 


4.01 


52. 29 


1965 


1.88 


3. 55 


5. 51 


2. 86 


2.46 


6. 96 


8. 67 


3. 58 


2. 93 


2. 78 


1 


66 


. 35 


43. 19 


1966 


4. 51 


5. 57 


2. 35 


1. 83 


4. 45 


2. 59 


2.07 


4.87 


4. 42 


2. 81 


1. 


96 


2. 59 


40. 02 


1967 


2.05 


3.85 


: . :i 1 


2 22 


4. 37 


3. 76 


3. 74 


7. 73 


2. 60 


1. 73 


2 


04 


6. 48 


42.38 


1968 


3. 89 


.74 


3. 68 


§! 02 


4. 28 


3. 15 


5. 38 


2.85 


1. 03 


4. 60 


4. 


13 


2. 70 


39.45 


1969 


2. 38 


4. 25 


4. 32 


3. 32 


2. 66 


4. 53 


4. 54 


5.05 


5. 60 


2. 00 


1 


38 


4. 56 


44. 59 


1970 


2. 10 


3.73 


3. 49 


3. 19 


3.47 


3. 21 


4. 54 


7. 43 


1. 54 


5. 29 


2 


04 


*2. 21 


42. 24 


NORMAL 


3. 73 


3 66 , 


4 . ! 7 


3. 71 


3. 71 


3. 79 


5. 60 


5.07 


4. 00 


3. 01 


2. 


99 


3. 52 


46. 96 



District 8 
SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN 



1961 


2. 41 


6. 01 


4. 64 


4. 28 


3.76 


6. 55 


3. 40 


5. 99 


. 46 


.73 


2. 36 


5. 36 


45.95 


1962 


6. 09 


3.98 


4. 92 


3. 99 


2. 74 


6. 18 


3. 29 


2. 23 


5. 13 


1. 46 


5. 54 


3. 09 


48. 64 


1963 


3. 35 


3. 46 


5.05 


2. 78 


4. 27 


3. 22 


3. 60 


2.99 


4. 47 


. 28 


4. 85 


3. 27 


41. 59 


1964 


5. 39 


5. 15 


4. 33 


5. 19 


1. 29 


4. 53 


8. 89 


7.90 


2.82 


8. 41 


1. 65 


4.08 


59.63 


1965 


2. 23 


4. 21 


6. 48 


3. 38 


2.02 


7. 47 


7. 89 


4. 22 


1. 73 


2. 32 


2. 39 


. 48 


44. 82 


1966 


4.61 


5. 18 


2. 61 


2. 13 


4. 28 


2. 52 


2. 16 


4. 40 


5. 24 


3. 13 


1. 33 


2.70 


40. 29 


1967 


2. 34 


3.99 


1.65 


1. 86 


4. 60 


3.02 


4. 57 


8. 64 


3. 05 


1. 21 


2. 80 


5. 67 


43.40 


1968 


5. 00 


.69 


3. 69 


2. 17 


3. 14 


4. 36 


5. 54 


1. 54 


. 93 


5.07 


4.49 


2.77 


39.39 


1969 


2. 13 


4.98 


4. 28 


4. 05 


2. 37 


5. 07 


5. 01 


6.09 


5. 44 


2. 44 


1. 20 


4.46 


47.52 


1970 


2. 31 


3.66 


3. 87 


2.32 


3.88 


2. 70 


5. 92 


7. 13 


1. 36 


5. 31 


1. 62 


*3.04 


43. 12 


NORMAL 


3. 60 


3. 66 


4. 28 


3. 79 


3. 42 


3. 86 


5. 71 


5.00 


4. 03 


2. 97 


2. 79 


3. 53 


46. 64 



District 3 
NORTHERN COASTAL 



1961 


3.06 


6.03 


3. 59 


4. 19 


5. 51 


6. 47 


3. 73 


5.92 


2. 67 


2. 56 


2. 27 


3. 61 


49. 61 


1962 


6. 02 


3.00 


5. 12 


4. 33 


2. 66 


8.43 


6. 06 


4. 15 


4. 84 


1. 86 


6. 67 


3.79 


56. 93 


1963 


4. 46 


4. 14 


2. 68 


2. 20 


3. 79 


4. 86 


3. 59 


3. 98 


5. 13 


1.64 


4.98 


3. 17 


44.62 


1964 


5.30 


5. 62 


3. 17 


3. 08 


1. 52 


2. 50 


4.89 


6. 80 


7. 55 


7.94 


1. 68 


4. 32 


54. 37 


1965 


1.97 


3. 66 


3. 69 


2. 20 


2. 87 


6. 99 


9. 95 


3. 37 


2. 63 


1.70 


.87 


.75 


40. 65 


1966 


5. 86 


4. 67 


2. 89 


1. 70 


8.46 


4.94 


2. 24 


8.09 


4. 20 


1. 48 


1. 29 


4.00 


49. 82 


1967 


3. 58 


4. 30 


1. 13 


1. 55 


3. 31 


2. 6£ 


8.30 


9.98 


4. 94 


1. 49 


2. 29 


4.88 


48.44 


1968 


4. 29 


1. 44 


3.89 


3. 51 


4. 56 


3. 12 


6. 11 


1.83 


3. 15 


5.85 


3.72 


2. 31 


43.78 


1969 


2.91 


3. 57 


5. 60 


3. 5'i 


2. 66 


4. 88 


6.94 


6. 26 


4. 19 


2. 30 


3. 79 


4.21 


50. 88 


1970 


3. 00 


4. 79 


4.02 


4. 60 


2. 34 


I. 2:1 


7. 51 


3. 19 


2. 62 


2.87 


3. 24 


♦2. 81 


45. 28 


NORMAL 


3. 50 


3. 57 


3. 78 


3. 30 


3. 55 


4. 00 


6. 28 


6.02 


-!. ey 


3.00 


3. 29 


3.32 


48. 30 



District 6 
CENTRAL COASTAL 



1961 


2. 97 


5 


13 


3. 68 


5. 26 


6.46 


7. 26 


4. 17 


7. 56 


2. 90 


1 


09 


2. 23 


2.49 


51. 20 


1962 


5. 48 


2 


69 


4. 57 


4.98 


1.85 


12.00 


6. 57 


4.96 


5. 82 


1 


70 


6.87 


3. 11 


60. 60 


1963 


5. 25 


4 


57 


2. 38 


2. 16 


4. 95 


4.45 


5. 24 


4. 68 


5. 62 


1 


67 


5. 80 


2.83 


49. 60 


1964 


6.06 


6 


23 


3. 10 


4. 02 


2. 40 


4. 14 


6. 40 


7.60 


7. 73 


7 


70 


1. 63 


3. 42 


60.43 


1965 


2. 10 


4 


30 


3. 70 


2. 16 


3. 23 


8. 27 


11. 38 


3. 25 


3.00 


1 


98 


1. 40 


.61 


45. 38 


1966 


6. 81 


4 


56 


2. 88 


2. 06 


7. 52 


5. 25 


5.70 


7.35 


3. 74 


1 


40 


1. 14 


3.92 


52.33 


1967 


3. 93 


4 


73 


. 84 


2. 28 


3.85 


3.01 


8. 68 


9.01 


4. 74 


1 


64 


2. 59 


5. 22 


50. 52 


1968 


4. 27 


1 


48 


2 92 


3. 29 


3.71 


3.60 


6. 95 


3. 53 


2.66 


5 


27 


3.98 


2.06 


43.72 


1969 


2. 66 


3 


44 


5! 16 


3. 39 


3. 25 


6. 49 


6. 65 


5. 48 


3.87 


1 


82 


4.07 


4. 16 


50.44 


1970 


2. 79 


4 


52 


4.05 


2. 90 


2. 36 


2. 87 


7. 91 


5. 84 


3. 54 


3 


09 


2. 70 


♦2. 51 


45. 08 


NORMAL 


3. 39 


3 


64 


3. 79 


3. 35 


3. 69 


4.46 


7.04 


6. 16 


5. 33 


3 


12 


3. 38 


3. 55 


50. 90 



District 9 
SOUTHERN COASTAL 



1961 


2. 46 


3. 61 


3. 98 


6. 27 


4. 12 


9. 55 


5.84 


6. 65 


3.06 


1. 23 


2. 14 


1 


68 


50. 59 


1962 


5. 00 


2. 87 


4. 60 


3. 76 


2. 48 


8. 92 


6. 94 


5. 30 


6. 47 


. 90 


6.09 


2 


41 


55.74 


1963 


5. 19 


3. 78 


1.98 


1. 61 


5. 17 


3. 16 


6. 16 


3.90 


4. 66 


2. 15 


5. 48 


7 


24 


45. 48 


1964 


6. 04 


6. 37 


3. 55 


3.06 


3. 17 


4. 94 


6. 93 


5.62 


5. 12 


8. 06 


1. 29 


3' 


97 


58. 12 


1965 


1.51 


5. 28 


6. 15 


2.61 


3. 77 


8. 31 


8. 70 


5. 30 


2. 70 


2. 39 


1. 78 




61 


49. 11 


1966 


6. 32 


4. 45 


3. 72 


2.02 


6. 17 


4.60 


6. 30 


7. 46 


4. 31 


1. 22 


1. 31 


3 


90 


51. 79 


1967 


4. 09 


4. 57 


.96 


2. 18 


3. 40 


4. 79 


8. 46 


7.06 


4. 34 


1. 19 


2. 47 


4 


48 


47.99 


1968 


4.28 


1. 05 


2. 95 


2.99 


2. 28 


3. 47 


8.32 


2. 54 


1. 19 


4. 78 


3.85 


2 


52 


40. 22 


1969 


2. 67 


2.92 


4. 72 


4. 03 


5. 52 


8.81 


7. 65 


7. 13 


3. 27 


1.94 


4. 13 


3. 


68 


56. 47 


1970 


2.63 


3.62 


5. 48 


2. 53 


2. 18 


3. 19 


6. 89 


7. 40 


3. 43 


3. 70 


2. 62 


•2 


35 


46.02 


NORMAL 


3. 06 


3. 51 


3. 90 


3. 23 


3. 56 


4. 50 


6. 94 


5. 94 


5. 23 


2. 77 


2. 96 


3 


32 


48. 92 



* December 1970 figures are preliminary estimates; subject to later revisions. SOURCE: NOAA C 1 1 ma to I og 1 s t , Raleigh, N. C. 



i 



NORTH CAROLINA: CROPS-RECORD HIGHS AND LOWS THROUGH 1970 







Date 


RECORD HIGH 


RECORD LOW 


CROPS 


Unit 


Series 


Acres Harvested 


Yield Per Acre 


Production 


Acres Harvested 


Yield Per Acre 


Production 




































Began 
































Year 


Acres 


Year 


Yield 


Year 


Production 


Year 


Acres 


Year 


Yield 


Year 


Product ion 


GENERAL CROPS 








(000) 








(000) 




(000) 








(000) 


Corn, for Grain 


Bu. 


1879 


1899 


2,720 


1967 


76. 


1967 


104,956 


1962 


1,270 


1932 


15.0 


1924 


31,984 


Corn, for Silage 


Ton 


1919 


1970 


144 


1969 


14.0 


1969 


1,920 


1919 


4 


1932 


4.5 


1919 


26 


Corn, for Forage 


. 


1919 


1922 


111 






- 




1879 


5 


- 








Corn, All 


Bu. 


1866 


1899 


2,726 


- 


■ 




- 


1962 


1,420 


- 








Wheat 


Bu. 


1866 


1901 


800 


1970 


43.0 


1961 


11,368 


1966 


165 


1885 


4.0 


1866 


1, 800 


Oats, for Grain 


Bu. 


1866 


1889 


542 


1970 


52.0 


1956 


19,680 


1969 


131 


1871 


8.0 


1917 


2, 295 


Barley, for Grain 


Bu. 


1924 


1961 


74 


1970 


52. 


1970 


3, 276 


1924 


5 


1932 


15.0 


1924 


90 


Rye, for Grain 


Bu. 


1866 


1918 


90 


1970 


23.0 


1931 


630 


1970 


14 


1871 


2.0 


1871 


122 


Sorghum, for Grain 


BU. 


1945 


1955 


92 


1969 


56.0 


1960 


3, 192 


1945 


2 


1946 


23.0 


1945 


50 




Lbs. 


1866 


1926 


1,802 


1964 


470 


1926 


•1,208 


1967 


75 


1866 


124 


1967 


*44 


Cottonseed 


Ton 


1909 




" 


- 




1926 


535 




" 


- 


" 


1967 


19 


Tobacco: Type 11 


Lbs. 


1919 


1939 


320 


1964 


2, 175 


1964 


356,700 


1968 


135 


1919 


483 


1921 


105,676 


Type 12 


Lbs. 


1919 


1939 


425 


1964 


2,375 


1955 


515, 125 


1968 


171 


1922 


602 


1922 


126,345 


Type 13 


Lbs. 


1919 


1939 


98 


1964 


2,260 


1962 


130,500 


1921 


18 


1924 


500 


1922 


10,450 


Total Flue-Cured... 


Lbs. 


1919 


1939 


843 


1964 


2,282 


1955 


978,775 


1968 


350 


1924 


585 


1921 


246,540 




Lbs. 


1919 


1945 


13 


1970 


2, 600 


1963 


25, 135 


1921 




1922 


500 


1919 


1,412 


All Types 


Lbs. 


1866 


1939 


851 


1964 


2,280 


1951 


999,725 


1866 


16 


1888 


305 


1866 


7,840 


Irish Potatoes, All 


Cwt. 


1866 


1943 


110 


1963 


141 


1946 


7,774 


1866 


10 


1911 


29 


1866 


444 


Sweet Potatoes 


Cwt. 


1868 


1932 


101 


1970 


160 


1934 


5 491 


1964 


18 


1 900 


34 


1869 


1, 691 


Lespedeza Seed 


Lbs. 


1928 


1945 


193 


1949 


245 


1945 


40 500 


1928 


4 


1928 


83 


1928 


332 


HAY CROPS 






























Alfalfa 


Ton 


1924 


1957 


88 


1970 


2.40 


1957 


185 


1924 


5 


1925 


1.45 


1925 


7 


Clover-Timothy 


Ton 


1924 


1965 


190 


1969 


1. 50 


1970 


268 


1936 


48 


1925 


. 65 


1936 


34 


Lespedeza 


Ton 


1929 


1945 


555 


1969 


1. 35 


1945 


610 


1929 


21 


1954 


. 80 


1929 


21 




Ton 


1924 


1945 


306 


1970 


1. 15 


1943 


192 


1969 


32 


1930 


.40 


1969 


32 




Ton 


1924 


1955 


195 


1970 


1. 65 


1955 


214 


1924 


28 


1925 


. 80 


1924 


24 


Other, Inc' 1. soybean & Cowpea 


Ton 


1939 


1949 


220 


1970 


1. 50 


1949 


236 


1970 


95 


1954 


.92 


1959 


115 


Total All Hay 


Ton 


1909 


1945 


1,374 


1969 


1.48 


1949 


1,399 


1970 


410 


1925 


.64 


1911 


398 


LEGUMES 






























Soybeans for Beans 


Bu. 


1924 


1967 


1.117 


1969 


26. 5 


1967 


27,366 


1924 


75 


1943 


9.0 


1933 


1,026 


Peanuts, Picked & Threshed. . . . 


Lbs. 


1909 


1945 


320 


1970 


2,700 


1970 


442, 800 


1920 


126 


1909 


675 


1911 


119,350 


FRUITS & NUTS 






























Apples, Commercial 


Bu. 


1934 










1970 


5,310 










1955 


40 




Bu. 


1899 










1941 


3, 167 










1955 




Grapes 


Ton 


1909 










1912 


9 










1957 


1 


Pecans: Improved 


Lbs. 


1919 










1963 


3,500 










1920 


66 


Seedlings 


Lbs. 


1919 










1969 


900 










1955 


50 


Total Pecans 


Lbs. 


1919 










1963 


4, 400 










1920 


130 



* 500-Lb. gross weight bales. ** Too small to estimate. 



NOTE: In some cases the acreage or yield or production is identical for more than one year. In such cases the year shown /s the latest year of occurrence. 



NORTH CAROLINA: AVERAGE PRECIPITATION IN INCHES, BY MONTHS AND ANNUALLY- 1951-1970 



Year 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sep. 


Oct. 


NOV. 


Dec. 


ANNUAL 


1951 


1. 52 


2. 24 


4. 


16 


3. 90 


1. 60 


5. 


50 


5. 30 


3. 


84 




85 


1. 


93 


3 


72 


4. 


50 


41. 06 


1952 


3. 63 


4. 48 


7. 


05 


3.03 


3. 43 


2. 


85 


4. 29 


8. 


41 


3. 


40 


1. 


28 


4 


34 


3 


27 


49. 46 


1953 


3. 78 


5. 15 


4. 


36 


2.89 


3. 16 


5. 


80 


2. 86 


4. 


47 


4 


97 




52 


2. 


49 


5 


40 


45. 85 


1954 


6. 20 


2. 25 


5. 


04 


2. 81 


4.08 


1. 


98 


4. 24 


3. 


97 


1 


66 


3. 


63 


2 


89 


3 


63 


42. 38 


1955 


2.61 


3. 38 


3. 


40 


3.64 


3. 82 


3. 


76 


5. 64 


9. 


30 


7. 


76 


2 


61 




30 




92 


49. 14 


1956 


1. 79 


5. 89 


3. 


49 


4.07 


3. 45 


3. 


54 


6. 44 


4. 


18 


5 


82 


5. 


10 


1 


66 




84 


48. 27 


1957 


3.43 


5.08 


3. 


59 


3. 33 


3. 99 


6. 


30 


2. 51 


4. 


39 


7 


32 


2 


83 


7 


03 


4 


33 


54. 13 


1958 


4. 16 


3. 91 


4. 


17 


5. 61 


4. 78 


4. 


49 


4. 72 


6 


21 


o 


41 


4 


25 


1 


88 


4 


29 


50. 88 


1959 


2. 64 


3. 81 


5. 


08 


5. 53 


3. 34 


2. 


87 


9. 30 


4. 


56 


5 


43 


6. 


79 


2 


53 


3 


46 


55. 34 


1960 


5. 12 


5.97 


4. 


69 


3. 30 


4. 05 


3. 


70 


7.06 


5. 


21 


4 


99 


2 


93 


1 


39 


2 


15 


50. 56 


1961 


2.79 


5. 48 


4. 


29 


4.70 


4. 48 


6. 


97 


4. 25 


7. 


05 


1 


88 


1. 


57 


2 


76 


4 


79 


51.01 


1962 


5.80 


3. 69 


4. 


67 


4. 31 


2. 56 


8. 


21 


5. 19 


3. 


92 


5 


14 


1. 


75 


5 


96 


3 


17 


54. 37 


1963 


3.89 


3. 43 


4. 


83 


2. 56 


4. 12 


3. 


69 


4. 66 


3. 


27 


4 


53 




97 


5 


32 




65 


43. 92 


1964 


5. 47 


5. 37 


3. 


98 


4. 43 


2. 00 


3. 


65 


6.60 


6. 


92 


5 


11 


7 


99 


2 


07 


3 


99 


57. 58 


1965 


2. 14 


4. 30 


5. 


43 


2.99 


3.01 


6. 


81 


8. 14 


4. 


03 


2 


80 


2 


69 


1 


61 




50 


44. 45 


1966 


5.29 


5.38 


2. 


86 


2. 63 


5. 70 


3. 


57 


3. 96 


6 


15 


4 


67 


2. 


69 


2 


02 


3 


38 


48. 30 


1967 


3. 13 


4.09 


1. 


67 


2. 10 


4.31 


3. 


85 


6.81 


8. 


04 


3 


82 


1 


79 


2 


52 


5 


56 


47. 69 


1968 


4.26 


. 99 


3 


80 


3. 18 


3.73 


3. 


57 


5.93 


2. 


60 


1 


84 


5. 


07 


3 


88 


2 


77 


41. 62 


1969 


2.72 


3.99 


4. 


70 


3.73 


3. 36 


6 


31 


5.78 


6. 


06 


4 


37 


2. 


23 


3 


08 


4. 


42 


50.73 


1970 


2. 39 


3. 79 


4 


07 


3. 37 


2.73 


3. 


40 


6.00 


6. 


26 


2 


41 


4 


56 


2 


58 


*2. 


59 


44. 15 


Average 


3.64 


4. 13 


4 


26 


3. 61 


3. 58 


4 


54 


5. 48 


5. 


44 


4 


16 


3 


16 


3 


13 


3 


43 


48. 56 



• December 1970 figure is a preliminary estimate; subject to later revision. 
SOURCE: NOAA Climatologist , Raleigh, N. C.