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1998 - Chapter VI, Hay, Seeds, and Minor Field Crops

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					CHAPTER VI

STATISTICS OF HAY, SEEDS, AND MINOR FIELD CROPS
Chapter VI deals with hay, pasture, seeds, and various minor field crops. Table 6-1.—Hay, all: Area, yield, production, and value, United States, 1988–97
Year Area harvested Yield per acre Production Marketing year average price per ton received by farmers Value of production

1988 .................... 1989 .................... 1990 .................... 1991 .................... 1992 .................... 1993 .................... 1994 .................... 1995 .................... 1996 .................... 1997 1 ..................
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 64,771 62,722 61,030 61,834 58,903 59,679 58,735 59,629 60,879 60,815

Tons
1.94 2.31 2.40 2.46 2.49 2.46 2.55 2.59 2.45 2.50

1,000 tons 125,736 144,706 146,212 152,073 146,903 146,799 150,060 154,166 149,457 152,120

Dollars
85.20 85.40 80.60 71.20 74.30 84.70 86.70 82.20 95.80 102.50

1,000 dollars 10,439,974 11,144,382 10,420,874 9,941,020 10,435,994 10,956,746 11,113,656 11,041,844 12,722,600 13,416,721

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 6-2.—Hay, all: Stocks on farms, United States, 1988–97
Crop year Dec. 1 May 1 1 Crop year Dec. 1 May 1 1

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

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

1,000 tons 90,312 100,786 104,701 111,123 105,290

1,000 tons 17,507 26,993 26,974 28,216 21,102

1993 ............................. 1994 ............................. 1995 ............................. 1996 ............................. 1997 2 ...........................

1,000 tons 100,953 105,296 109,438 104,832 102,517

1,000 tons 22,096 20,775 20,739 17,372 NA

1 Following

2 Preliminary. year. NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

NA-not available.

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Table 6-3.—Hay, alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures: Area, yield, and production, by States, 1995–97
Area harvested State 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 Yield per harvested acre Production

AZ ........................... AR .......................... CA .......................... CO .......................... CT ........................... DE .......................... ID ............................ IL ............................ IN ............................ IA ............................ KS ........................... KY ........................... ME .......................... MD .......................... MA .......................... MI ........................... MN .......................... MO .......................... MT .......................... NE .......................... NV .......................... NH .......................... NJ ........................... NM .......................... NY .......................... NC .......................... ND .......................... OH .......................... OK .......................... OR .......................... PA ........................... RI ............................ SD .......................... TN ........................... TX ........................... UT ........................... VT ........................... VA ........................... WA .......................... WV .......................... WI ........................... WY .......................... US .......................
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 165 25 940 850 15 4 1,100 620 320 1,350 850 300 15 55 20 1,050 1,425 450 1,600 1,350 240 13 30 250 650 20 1,400 700 380 450 780 2 2,600 50 160 545 95 140 500 40 2,300 640
24,489

1,000 acres 160 25 940 860 15 7 1,000 600 425 1,200 800 300 10 60 15 950 1,475 480 1,700 1,400 240 12 25 255 640 15 1,700 700 390 460 750 2 2,500 40 150 545 65 130 490 40 2,100 620
24,291

1,000 acres 180 25 980 820 12 7 1,020 630 400 1,200 900 300 7 40 16 900 1,475 480 1,650 1,300 240 8 25 265 640 15 1,750 600 390 430 740 3 2,300 40 100 545 50 130 480 40 1,900 640
23,673

Tons 7.80 2.50 6.90 3.60 2.10 3.75 4.10 4.00 4.00 3.60 3.80 3.90 2.00 4.30 2.40 4.10 3.50 2.80 2.50 3.60 4.50 2.10 3.50 5.30 2.60 3.10 2.20 3.80 3.80 4.30 2.90 2.00 2.50 3.60 3.60 4.30 2.10 3.30 5.10 3.00 2.60 2.70
3.45

Tons 8.00 2.40 7.00 3.50 2.50 4.60 4.20 3.60 3.20 3.60 4.30 3.60 3.00 4.70 2.00 3.60 3.10 2.75 2.10 3.70 4.50 1.95 3.50 5.40 2.70 2.80 1.85 3.00 3.50 4.40 3.10 2.90 2.20 3.40 4.50 4.00 2.10 3.60 4.70 2.80 2.50 2.40
3.27

Tons 8.20 2.80 7.20 3.90 2.40 3.40 4.40 3.90 3.80 3.50 4.00 3.30 1.70 3.60 2.50 3.40 3.30 2.80 2.40 3.25 4.50 1.90 2.90 5.70 2.60 3.00 1.40 3.60 3.80 4.70 2.80 1.70 2.30 3.30 4.70 4.30 2.30 2.80 5.00 3.00 2.60 2.70
3.35

1,000 tons 1,287 63 6,486 3,060 32 15 4,510 2,480 1,280 4,860 3,230 1,170 30 237 48 4,305 4,988 1,260 4,000 4,860 1,080 27 105 1,325 1,690 62 3,080 2,660 1,444 1,935 2,262 4 6,500 180 576 2,344 200 462 2,550 120 5,980 1,728
84,515

1,000 tons 1,280 60 6,580 3,010 38 32 4,200 2,160 1,360 4,320 3,440 1,080 30 282 30 3,420 4,573 1,320 3,570 5,180 1,080 23 88 1,377 1,728 42 3,145 2,100 1,365 2,024 2,325 6 5,500 136 675 2,180 137 468 2,303 112 5,250 1,488
79,517

1,000 tons 1,476 70 7,056 3,198 29 24 4,488 2,457 1,520 4,200 3,600 990 12 144 40 3,060 4,868 1,344 3,960 4,225 1,080 15 73 1,511 1,664 45 2,450 2,160 1,482 2,021 2,072 5 5,290 132 470 2,344 115 364 2,400 120 4,940 1,728
79,242

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1998 Table 6-4.—Hay, all other: Area, yield, and production, by States, 1995–97
Area harvested State 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 Yield per harvested acre Production

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1997 1

AL ........................... AZ ........................... AR .......................... CA .......................... CO .......................... CT ........................... DE .......................... FL ........................... GA .......................... ID ............................ IL ............................ IN ............................ IA ............................ KS ........................... KY ........................... LA ........................... ME .......................... MD .......................... MA .......................... MI ........................... MN .......................... MS .......................... MO .......................... MT .......................... NE .......................... NV .......................... NH .......................... NJ ........................... NM .......................... NY .......................... NC .......................... ND .......................... OH .......................... OK .......................... OR .......................... PA ........................... RI ............................ SC .......................... SD .......................... TN ........................... TX ........................... UT ........................... VT ........................... VA ........................... WA .......................... WV .......................... WI ........................... WY .......................... US .......................
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 720 30 1,025 530 510 58 7 230 600 300 430 400 350 1,750 2,100 310 210 150 80 300 850 725 2,850 800 1,800 250 55 100 100 950 510 1,300 550 1,820 650 1,130 5 300 1,700 1,700 3,600 150 205 1,110 260 520 400 660
35,140

1,000 acres 730 19 1,125 510 580 65 8 240 600 280 400 300 450 1,700 2,100 310 175 160 80 350 750 800 3,200 900 1,750 250 55 95 100 870 525 1,200 500 2,300 610 1,130 6 280 1,800 1,750 4,200 160 185 1,150 310 530 400 600
36,588

1,000 acres 750 40 1,150 520 610 60 8 230 600 300 390 325 450 1,800 2,000 320 155 150 85 350 900 720 3,000 950 1,900 250 45 95 90 860 515 1,400 650 2,100 615 1,130 4 300 2,000 1,700 4,300 155 220 1,110 300 520 400 620
37,142

Tons 2.10 3.50 1.90 3.50 1.80 1.90 2.30 2.50 2.50 1.90 2.60 2.80 2.30 1.90 2.20 2.40 1.85 2.10 1.80 2.40 2.30 2.30 1.95 1.70 1.30 1.70 2.00 1.80 1.90 1.85 2.40 1.55 2.50 1.50 2.10 1.90 2.00 2.40 1.50 2.20 2.10 2.00 1.75 1.90 2.80 1.80 2.10 1.50
1.98

Tons 2.40 3.50 2.00 2.80 1.80 1.90 4.00 2.60 2.80 2.00 2.20 2.20 2.20 2.10 2.20 2.70 1.75 2.60 2.00 2.20 1.90 2.50 1.75 1.50 1.30 1.70 1.70 1.90 2.00 2.00 2.10 1.40 2.60 1.60 2.00 2.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 2.10 1.70 2.10 2.00 2.20 2.70 1.80 2.00 1.20
1.91

Tons 2.10 4.10 2.00 3.00 1.95 1.40 3.00 2.60 2.60 2.20 2.30 2.50 2.20 1.80 2.30 2.60 1.70 2.20 1.50 2.00 1.80 2.50 1.95 1.60 1.20 1.70 1.65 2.20 1.90 2.00 2.20 1.20 2.60 1.70 2.20 1.50 2.20 2.00 1.40 2.10 2.40 2.20 1.90 1.70 2.90 1.80 2.40 1.40
1.96

1,000 tons 1,512 105 1,948 1,855 918 110 16 575 1,500 570 1,118 1,120 805 3,325 4,620 744 389 315 144 720 1,955 1,668 5,558 1,360 2,340 425 110 180 190 1,758 1,224 2,015 1,375 2,730 1,365 2,147 10 720 2,550 3,740 7,560 300 359 2,109 728 936 840 990
69,651

1,000 tons 1,752 67 2,250 1,428 1,044 124 32 624 1,680 560 880 660 990 3,570 4,620 837 306 416 160 770 1,425 2,000 5,600 1,350 2,275 425 94 181 200 1,740 1,103 1,680 1,300 3,680 1,220 2,260 15 560 2,700 3,675 7,140 336 370 2,530 837 954 800 720
69,940

1,000 tons 1,575 164 2,300 1,560 1,190 84 24 598 1,560 660 897 813 990 3,240 4,600 832 264 330 128 700 1,620 1,800 5,850 1,520 2,280 425 74 209 171 1,720 1,133 1,680 1,690 3,570 1,353 1,695 9 600 2,800 3,570 10,320 341 418 1,887 870 936 960 868
72,878

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

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HAY, SEEDS, AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-5.—Hay, all: Area, yield, and production, by States, 1995–97
Area harvested State 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 Yield per harvested acre Production

AL ........................... AZ ........................... AR .......................... CA .......................... CO .......................... CT ........................... DE .......................... FL ........................... GA .......................... ID ............................ IL ............................ IN ............................ IA ............................ KS ........................... KY ........................... LA ........................... ME .......................... MD .......................... MA .......................... MI ........................... MN .......................... MS .......................... MO .......................... MT .......................... NE .......................... NV .......................... NH .......................... NJ ........................... NM .......................... NY .......................... NC .......................... ND .......................... OH .......................... OK .......................... OR .......................... PA ........................... RI ............................ SC .......................... SD .......................... TN ........................... TX ........................... UT ........................... VT ........................... VA ........................... WA .......................... WV .......................... WI ........................... WY .......................... US .......................
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 720 195 1,050 1,470 1,360 73 11 230 600 1,400 1,050 720 1,700 2,600 2,400 310 225 205 100 1,350 2,275 725 3,300 2,400 3,150 490 68 130 350 1,600 530 2,700 1,250 2,200 1,100 1,910 7 300 4,300 1,750 3,760 695 300 1,250 760 560 2,700 1,300
59,629

1,000 acres 730 179 1,150 1,450 1,440 80 15 240 600 1,280 1,000 725 1,650 2,500 2,400 310 185 220 95 1,300 2,225 800 3,680 2,600 3,150 490 67 120 355 1,510 540 2,900 1,200 2,690 1,070 1,880 8 280 4,300 1,790 4,350 705 250 1,280 800 570 2,500 1,220
60,879

1,000 acres 750 220 1,175 1,500 1,430 72 15 230 600 1,320 1,020 725 1,650 2,700 2,300 320 162 190 101 1,250 2,375 720 3,480 2,600 3,200 490 53 120 355 1,500 530 3,150 1,250 2,490 1,045 1,870 7 300 4,300 1,740 4,400 700 270 1,240 780 560 2,300 1,260
60,815

Tons 2.10 7.14 1.92 5.67 2.93 1.95 2.82 2.50 2.50 3.63 3.43 3.33 3.33 2.52 2.41 2.40 1.86 2.69 1.92 3.72 3.05 2.30 2.07 2.23 2.29 3.07 2.01 2.19 4.33 2.16 2.43 1.89 3.23 1.90 3.00 2.31 2.00 2.40 2.10 2.24 2.16 3.80 1.86 2.06 4.31 1.89 2.53 2.09
2.59

Tons 2.40 7.53 2.01 5.52 2.82 2.03 4.27 2.60 2.80 3.72 3.04 2.79 3.22 2.80 2.38 2.70 1.82 3.17 2.00 3.22 2.70 2.50 1.88 1.89 2.37 3.07 1.75 2.24 4.44 2.30 2.12 1.66 2.83 1.88 3.03 2.44 2.63 2.00 1.91 2.13 1.80 3.57 2.03 2.34 3.93 1.87 2.42 1.81
2.45

Tons 2.10 7.45 2.02 5.74 3.07 1.57 3.20 2.60 2.60 3.90 3.29 3.22 3.15 2.53 2.43 2.60 1.70 2.49 1.66 3.01 2.73 2.50 2.07 2.11 2.03 3.07 1.68 2.35 4.74 2.26 2.22 1.31 3.08 2.03 3.23 2.01 2.00 2.00 1.88 2.13 2.45 3.84 1.97 1.82 4.19 1.89 2.57 2.06
2.50

1,000 tons 1,512 1,392 2,011 8,341 3,978 142 31 575 1,500 5,080 3,598 2,400 5,665 6,555 5,790 744 419 552 192 5,025 6,943 1,668 6,818 5,360 7,200 1,505 137 285 1,515 3,448 1,286 5,095 4,035 4,174 3,300 4,409 14 720 9,050 3,920 8,136 2,644 559 2,571 3,278 1,056 6,820 2,718
154,166

1,000 tons 1,752 1,347 2,310 8,008 4,054 162 64 624 1,680 4,760 3,040 2,020 5,310 7,010 5,700 837 336 698 190 4,190 5,998 2,000 6,920 4,920 7,455 1,505 117 269 1,577 3,468 1,145 4,825 3,400 5,045 3,244 4,585 21 560 8,200 3,811 7,815 2,516 507 2,998 3,140 1,066 6,050 2,208
149,457

1,000 tons 1,575 1,640 2,370 8,616 4,388 113 48 598 1,560 5,148 3,354 2,333 5,190 6,840 5,590 832 276 474 168 3,760 6,488 1,800 7,194 5,480 6,505 1,505 89 282 1,682 3,384 1,178 4,130 3,850 5,052 3,374 3,767 14 600 8,090 3,702 10,790 2,685 533 2,251 3,270 1,056 5,900 2,596
152,120

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1998

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Table 6-6.—Hay, all: Marketing year average price and value of production, by States, crop of 1995, 1996, and 1997
Marketing year average price per ton, baled State 1995 1996 1997 1995 1996 1997 Value of production

AL .............................. AZ .............................. AR ............................. CA ............................. CO ............................. CT .............................. DE ............................. FL .............................. GA ............................. ID ............................... IL ............................... IN ............................... IA ............................... KS .............................. KY .............................. LA .............................. ME ............................. MD ............................. MA ............................. MI .............................. MN ............................. MS ............................. MO ............................. MT ............................. NE ............................. NV ............................. NH ............................. NJ .............................. NM ............................. NY ............................. NC ............................. ND ............................. OH ............................. OK ............................. OR ............................. PA .............................. RI ............................... SC ............................. SD ............................. TN .............................. TX .............................. UT .............................. VT .............................. VA .............................. WA ............................. WV ............................. WI .............................. WY ............................. US ..........................

Dollars 50.00 78.50 61.50 98.50 88.50 120.00 106.00 83.00 65.00 87.00 82.00 76.00 81.00 75.00 69.00 46.00 84.00 106.00 116.00 66.00 72.50 51.00 67.00 66.00 59.00 96.00 110.00 119.00 114.00 85.50 72.00 43.00 78.00 73.50 99.50 94.50 129.00 64.00 57.50 44.00 72.00 66.00 85.00 86.50 97.00 64.50 61.50 71.50
82.20

Dollars 49.00 94.00 64.00 108.00 98.00 124.00 122.00 84.00 62.50 96.00 108.00 129.00 106.00 83.00 83.00 55.00 86.00 119.00 118.00 106.00 81.00 54.00 69.50 80.00 66.50 99.50 114.00 119.00 128.00 87.00 83.00 52.00 132.00 93.50 104.00 124.00 131.00 82.50 77.50 45.00 98.00 72.00 98.00 78.00 115.00 58.50 84.00 76.50
95.80

Dollars 47.00 111.00 61.00 123.00 103.00 131.00 146.00 90.00 59.00 107.00 103.00 114.00 110.00 85.50 73.00 54.00 95.00 140.00 134.00 102.00 91.50 43.00 70.50 81.00 77.50 104.00 126.00 119.00 123.00 89.50 84.00 61.50 143.00 85.50 116.00 134.00 130.00 85.00 83.50 56.00 81.00 85.50 121.00 83.00 119.00 50.00 89.00 85.50
102.50

1,000 dollars 75,600 109,496 115,359 780,299 348,840 17,066 3,268 47,725 97,500 434,785 287,190 178,160 457,763 436,573 398,790 34,224 35,138 58,593 22,320 331,995 494,497 85,068 460,999 346,840 407,700 141,735 15,060 33,855 171,275 285,436 92,810 209,240 330,940 277,064 303,615 431,085 1,800 46,080 507,300 172,560 517,212 169,554 47,443 221,850 328,878 67,488 414,020 189,756
11,041,844

1,000 dollars 85,848 126,592 131,550 840,896 390,906 20,314 7,872 52,416 105,000 450,240 322,800 261,800 538,335 543,695 442,350 46,035 29,310 83,104 22,320 442,895 526,646 108,000 483,320 379,620 470,033 144,585 13,399 31,873 197,333 301,566 94,467 240,068 455,750 383,295 313,336 551,175 2,763 46,200 617,300 172,169 687,795 173,674 49,562 232,375 371,347 61,986 503,325 165,360
12,722,600

1,000 dollars 74,025 181,384 133,230 1,037,220 453,526 14,795 7,008 53,820 92,040 540,012 340,256 258,928 558,240 553,500 393,720 44,928 26,016 64,662 22,792 378,530 600,208 77,400 511,251 431,880 473,660 151,880 11,175 33,001 206,888 307,160 98,531 238,525 528,785 367,149 362,920 520,416 1,913 51,000 632,430 207,036 703,290 222,236 63,261 187,590 394,980 53,088 533,690 216,746
13,416,721

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 6-7.—Hay: Area and production, by kinds, United States, 1988–97
Area harvested Year Alfalfa All other hay All hay Alfalfa All other hay All hay Production

1988 .......................... 1989 .......................... 1990 .......................... 1991 .......................... 1992 .......................... 1993 .......................... 1994 .......................... 1995 .......................... 1996 .......................... 1997 1 ........................
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 26,751 25,796 25,346 25,414 24,070 24,723 24,198 24,489 24,291 23,673

1,000 acres 38,020 36,926 35,684 36,420 34,833 34,956 34,537 35,140 36,588 37,142

1,000 acres 64,771 62,722 61,030 61,834 58,903 59,679 58,735 59,629 60,879 60,815

1,000 tons 69,306 77,059 83,413 83,319 79,140 80,305 81,336 84,515 79,517 79,242

1,000 tons 56,430 67,647 62,799 68,754 67,763 66,494 68,724 69,651 69,940 72,878

1,000 tons 125,736 144,706 146,212 152,073 146,903 146,799 150,060 154,166 149,457 152,120

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

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Table 6-8.—Hay: Supply and disappearance, prices, and number of animal units fed annually, United States, 1988–97 1
Year beginning May Farm carryover May 1 Production Total supply Disappearance Roughageconsuming animal units Supply per animal unit Disappearance per animal unit Price received per ton

1988 ................... 1989 ................... 1990 ................... 1991 ................... 1992 ................... 1993 ................... 1994 ................... 1995 ................... 1996 ................... 1997 2 .................
1 Excludes

Million tons 27.1 17.5 27.0 27.0 28.2 21.0 22.1 20.8 20.7 17.4

Million tons 126.0 145.5 146.8 153.3 146.9 146.8 150.1 154.2 149.5 153.9

Million tons 153.1 163.0 173.9 180.3 175.1 167.8 172.2 174.9 170.2 171.3

Million tons 135.6 136.0 146.9 152.1 154.1 145.7 151.4 154.2 152.8 NA

Million units 74.5 73.7 73.5 74.7 75.2 76.3 77.9 77.9 75.9 73.4

Tons 2.06 2.21 2.37 2.41 2.33 2.20 2.21 2.25 2.24 2.33

Tons 1.82 1.85 2.00 2.04 2.05 1.91 1.94 1.98 2.01 NA

Dollars 85.20 85.40 80.60 71.20 74.30 84.70 86.70 82.20 93.00 NA

2 Preliminary. trade. NA-not available. ERS, Market and Trade Economics Division, (202) 694-5296.

Table 6-9.—Field seeds: Average retail price paid by farmers for seed, Apr. 15, United States, 1988–97
Kind of seed 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Price per 100 pounds

Dollars
Alfalfa, uncertified varieties ............................. Alfalfa, certified varieties Red clover ....................... Ladino clover ................... Lespedeza, Korean ......... Lespedeza, Striate, Kobe Lespedeza, Sericea ......... Timothy ............................ Orchardgrass ................... Blue Grass, Kentucky: Public and common ... Proprietary, including Merion ...................... Ryegrass, annual ............ Tall fescue ....................... Sudangrass ..................... Potatoes .......................... Peanuts ........................... Sunflower ......................... Cottonseed ...................... Grain sorghums, hybrid ... 181.00 245.00 143.00 300.00 67.50 83.50 275.00 132.00 116.00 244.00 283.00 47.90 71.80 42.00 7.12 74.20 266.00 47.70 65.70

Dollars
180.00 249.00 162.00 294.00 67.30 82.60 167.00 132.00 117.00 225.00 275.00 54.30 111.00 45.30 10.60 74.30 277.00 50.10 69.50

Dollars
157.00 253.00 145.00 287.00 62.80 88.40 134.00 82.10 102.00 133.00 209.00 50.50 85.10 47.70 11.00 75.70 308.00 54.30 69.90

Dollars
174.00 266.00 134.00 290.00 67.70 86.00 101.00 66.40 101.00 109.00 196.00 46.80 89.00 48.10 9.70 123.00 314.00 58.20 71.20

Dollars
146.00 252.00 122.00 316.00 92.40 99.30 92.80 66.30 100.00 122.00 189.00 43.80 67.80 47.10 6.95 77.20 300.00 59.70 72.30

Dollars
152.00 269.00 148.00 324.00 132.00 119.00 92.10 80.60 122.00 239.00 283.00 56.70 87.00 45.20 8.60 77.30 300.00 62.70 74.50

Dollars
161.00 266.00 148.00 321.00 84.50 82.40 169.00 76.00 161.00 211.00 274.00 64.60 71.50 47.90 10.20 86.90 297.00 63.50 82.10

Dollars
168.00 274.00 134.00 320.00 66.00 95.60 178.00 71.00 148.00 159.00 228.00 67.60 88.10 51.80 7.90 79.50 297.00 68.20 78.70

Dollars
185.00 277.00 172.00 318.00 99.00 125.00 291.00 76.00 141.00 172.00 243.00 58.80 109.00 51.90 10.30 82.00 313.00 73.00 84.00

Dollars
185.00 282.00 184.00 307.00 90.00 112.00 220.00 73.00 119.00 153.00 224.00 57.90 148.00 51.40 7.60 81.75 355.00 74.90 92.00

Price per bushel

Dollars
Corn, hybrid 1 ................... Wheat (spring) ................. Wheat (winter) ................. Oats (spring) .................... Rice ................................. Barley (spring) ................. Soybeans for seed .......... Flaxseed .......................... 64.20 5.89 ............ 4.37 (2) 4.58 11.90 6.61

Dollars
71.40 6.71 7.55 5.89 (2) 5.91 14.70 11.40

Dollars
69.90 6.05 8.01 4.19 15.20 5.25 12.50 11.00

Dollars
70.20 4.72 6.89 3.71 14.40 4.55 12.80 8.80

Dollars
71.80 6.06 7.41 4.26 16.50 5.10 12.40 7.94

Dollars
72.70 5.98 7.73 4.39 15.40 5.00 12.40 7.37

Dollars
73.40 7.37 7.90 4.69 22.00 5.18 13.60 7.74

Dollars
77.10 7.12 7.80 4.51 15.10 5.37 13.40 8.00

Dollars
77.70 8.10 8.50 5.19 17.50 6.49 14.80 8.14

Dollars
83.50 7.30 10.00 5.32 19.00 6.13 16.10 9.31

1 Price per 80,000 kernels. 2 Unavailable. NASS, Livestock and Economics Branch, (202) 720–3570.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1998 Table 6-10.—Beans, dry edible: Area, yield, production, and value, United States, 1988–97 1 2
Yield per harvested acre 3 Marketing year average price per 100 pounds received by farmers

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Year

Area planted

Area harvested

Production 3

Value of production

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

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

1,000 acres 1,485.4 1,824.6 2,177.6 1,964.1 1,640.6 1,871.9 2,015.8 2,069.3 1,843.0 1,851.8

1,000 acres 1,353.0 1,650.9 2,084.4 1,913.7 1,529.9 1,622.0 1,835.2 1,899.3 1,752.7 1,720.2
2 Excludes

Pounds 1,423 1,437 1,553 1,764 1,478 1,351 1,582 1,622 1,595 1,695

1,000 cwt. 19,253 23,729 32,379 33,765 22,615 21,913 29,028 30,812 27,960 29,156

Dollars 29.90 28.50 18.50 15.60 19.90 24.60 22.50 20.80 23.50 17.70
3 Cleaned

1,000 dollars 575,148 676,635 594,167 528,311 512,889 539,531 632,461 636,133 653,134 586,452
basis.

1 Figures include principal producing States only. NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

beans grown for garden seed.

Table 6-11.—Beans, dry edible (cleaned basis): Production, by classes, United States, 1995–97 1
Class 1995 1996 1997 2 Class 1995 1996 1997 2

Peas (navy) ............................. Great northern ......................... Small white .............................. Pinto ......................................... Red kidney, light ...................... Red kidney, dark ..................... Pink .......................................... Small red ................................. Cranberry .................................
1 Excludes

1,000 cwt. 7,319 2,176 163 11,349 1,316 925 652 745 575

1,000 cwt. 6,001 2,252 113 12,162 1,039 1,056 528 405 503

1,000 cwt. 5,487 2,267 185 10,827 1,569 972 699 900 661

1,000 cwt.
Black ........................................ Large lima (CA) ....................... Baby lima (CA) ........................ Blackeye .................................. Garbanzo ................................. Other ........................................ Total ..................................... 2,305 415 510 1,091 473 798 30,812

1,000 cwt.
1,350 394 517 567 504 569 27,960

1,000 cwt.
2,100 698 914 802 381 694 29,156

beans grown for garden seed. NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

2 Preliminary.

Table 6-12.—Beans, dry edible: Area, yield, and production, by States, 1995–97 1
Area planted State 1995 1996 1997 1995 1996 1997 Area harvested Yield per harvested acre (cleaned basis) 1995 1996 1997 Production (cleaned basis) 1995 1996 1997

1,000 acres
CA .... CO .... ID ...... KS .... MI ..... MN .... MT .... NE .... NM .... NY .... ND .... OR .... TX ..... UT .... WA ... WI ..... WY ... US 145.0 190.0 110.0 34.0 390.0 190.0 11.0 225.0 12.5 34.0 600.0 10.2 25.0 7.3 41.0 9.3 35.0 2,069.3

1,000 acres
128.0 145.0 95.0 28.0 340.0 160.0 10.5 205.0 12.0 30.0 580.0 9.2 13.0 5.0 37.0 8.3 37.0 1,843.0

1,000 acres
135.0 135.0 105.0 22.0 315.0 170.0 12.2 190.0 12.0 40.0 600.0 11.0 15.0 5.8 38.0 8.8 37.0 1,851.8

1,000 acres
137.0 165.0 108.0 31.0 385.0 150.0 10.8 205.0 12.5 33.0 540.0 10.0 23.0 7.0 41.0 9.0 32.0 1,899.3

1,000 acres
123.0 125.0 93.0 24.0 320.0 155.0 10.3 195.0 12.0 29.0 570.0 8.8 10.0 0.6 35.0 8.0 34.0 1,752.7

1,000 acres
132.0 120.0 103.0 20.0 305.0 155.0 11.7 180.0 12.0 39.5 530.0 10.9 14.0 5.6 38.0 8.5 35.0 1,720.2

Pounds
2,000 1,550 2,000 1,550 1,800 1,370 1,900 1,750 2,010 1,630 1,330 2,080 980 460 2,200 1,300 2,000 1,622

Pounds
1,890 1,800 2,050 1,850 1,450 1,560 2,280 1,900 2,200 1,300 1,320 1,800 840 1,600 2,030 1,800 2,250 1,595

Pounds
2,250 1,900 2,150 1,900 1,650 1,550 2,200 2,060 1,700 1,560 1,300 2,060 1,020 700 2,240 1,800 2,260 1,695

1,000 cwt.
2,740 2,558 2,160 481 6,930 2,055 205 3,588 251 538 7,182 208 225 32 902 117 640 30,812

1,000 cwt.
2,325 2,250 1,907 444 4,640 2,418 235 3,705 264 377 7,524 158 84 10 710 144 765 27,960

1,000 cwt.
2,970 2,280 2,215 380 5,033 2,403 257 3,708 204 617 6,890 224 143 39 850 153 790 29,156

1 Excludes

beans grown for garden seed. NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

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Table 6-13.—Beans, dry edible (cleaned basis): Marketing year average price and value of production, by States, crop of 1995, 1996, and 1997 1
Marketing year average price per cwt. State 1995 1996 1997 1995 1996 1997 Value of production

CA ................................. CO ................................. ID .................................. KS ................................. MI .................................. MN ................................ MT ................................. NE ................................. NM ................................ NY ................................. ND ................................. OR ................................. TX ................................. UT ................................. WA ................................ WI .................................. WY ................................ US .............................
1 Excludes

Dollars 34.80 18.50 20.90 18.80 19.40 18.90 16.10 22.00 25.00 18.10 16.90 23.40 15.20 19.00 23.00 27.50 21.10
20.80

Dollars 38.50 22.50 24.00 26.50 21.70 23.00 24.50 21.50 23.50 27.00 20.30 23.20 25.00 24.00 24.40 31.00 22.00
23.50

Dollars 29.60 19.20 20.30 17.00 20.80 17.50 18.50 18.60 22.40 19.50 18.00 16.70 18.00 17.50 21.70 22.10 17.00
17.70

1,000 dollars 95,352 47,323 45,144 9,043 134,442 38,840 3,301 78,936 6,275 9,738 121,376 4,867 3,420 608 20,746 3,218 13,504
636,133

1,000 dollars 89,513 50,625 45,768 11,766 100,688 55,614 5,758 79,658 6,204 10,179 152,737 3,666 2,100 240 17,324 4,464 16,830
653,134

1,000 dollars 87,912 43,776 44,965 6,460 104,686 42,053 4,755 68,969 4,570 12,032 124,020 3,741 2,574 683 18,445 3,381 13,430
586,452

beans grown for garden seed. NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 6-14.—Beans, dry edible: Season average wholesale price per 100 pounds, selected markets, 1987–96
F.o.b. California points Year beginning September Light red kidney F.o.b. Northern Colorado points: Pinto F.o.b. Western Nebraska points: Great northern F.o.b. Southern Idaho points: Small reds F.o.b. Michigan points: Pea bean (Navy)

Baby lima

Large lima

Blackeye

1987 ................... 1988 ................... 1989 ................... 1990 ................... 1991 ................... 1992 ................... 1993 ................... 1994 ................... 1995 ................... 1996 1 .................
1 Preliminary.

Dollars 38.75 40.16 33.67 37.61 21.83 22.70 34.65 33.81 39.60 45.50

Dollars 41.16 45.81 43.06 45.98 38.93 26.65 41.87 44.67 50.00 56.95

Dollars 25.46 28.28 31.14 31.73 23.68 25.80 42.72 40.18 28.75 32.55

Dollars 26.18 50.42 42.95 27.01 31.08 24.29 33.18 31.09 31.20 40.35

Dollars 20.22 37.64 40.51 21.19 17.91 23.81 33.28 21.32 25.78 27.60

Dollars 23.07 30.48 32.95 21.94 18.93 21.25 33.15 37.18 38.38 26.55

Dollars 22.68 34.06 33.45 31.16 25.62 30.02 29.33 28.19 28.95 39.10

Dollars 20.93 37.65 29.82 20.41 17.71 21.15 23.73 31.63 23.90 23.25

ERS, Specialty Crops Branch, (202) 694–5253. Compiled from the Bean Market Summary, Agricultural Marketing Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Greeley, Colorado.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1998 Table 6-15.—Beans, dry edible: United States exports to specified countries, 1994/95–1996/97 1 2
Continent and country 1994/95 1995/96 1996/97 Continent and country 1994/95 1995/96

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1996/97

Metric tons
North America, Central America & Caribbean: Canada ........................... Dominican Republic ....... French West Indies ........ Mexico ............................ Panama .......................... Trinidad and Tobago ...... Regional 1 total ........... South America: Brazil .............................. Colombia ........................ Venezuela ...................... Regional 1 total ........... Europe: Belgium and Luxembourg .......................... France ............................ Germany ........................ 5,978 3,650 1,661 29,656 603 993 68,545 5,653 3,102 9,196 20,383

Metric tons
7,388 4,283 1,425 74,346 606 541 108,078 1,987 867 2,018 5,869

Metric tons
11,407 3,910 2,217 89,163 1,227 590 108,514 141 3,153 3,183 6,477 Oceania: Australia ......................... Europe—Continued Italy ................................. Netherlands .................... Spain .............................. United Kingdom ............. Regional 1 total ........... Asia, Middle East, and Africa: Israel .............................. Japan ............................. Philippines ...................... Algeria ............................ Regional total .............

Metric tons
18,425 15,210 6,731 69,280 147,967

Metric tons
16,872 7,338 5,167 70,037 127,219

Metric tons
15,043 5,266 3,329 84,110 120,007

1,748 23,714 1,632 23,420 157,724 3,678 52,814 418,794

1,146 19,472 18,990 9,956 69,854 3,770 14,362 329,152

499 19,368 2,623 2,436 24,926 4,777 89,224 353,925

6,397 15,559 3,527

4,551 15,867 1,558

1,123 9,563 1,573

Other countries .................. Grand total .....................

1 Marketing year beginning September. 2 Excluding seed bean exports. FAS, Grain and Feed Division, (202) 720–6219.

Table 6-16.—Beans, dry edible: United States exports by class and quantity, 1987/88–1996/97
Year 1 Navy or pea Great northern Other white Pinto Red kidney Other 2 Total

1987/88 1988/89 1989/90 1990/91 1991/92 1992/93 1993/94 1994/95 1995/96 1996/97

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

Metric tons 80,928 39,662 82,814 123,449 97,070 81,612 68,350 95,426 86,399 95,335

Metric tons 68,832 30,381 55,558 56,984 29,573 15,128 15,503 36,484 28,291 40,774

Metric tons 3,206 3,268 2,168 5,694 4,376 6,974 8,968 20,745 19,204 551

Metric tons 82,969 46,878 102,563 191,706 104,089 47,056 61,997 145,642 82,042 74,980

Metric tons 28,283 21,616 25,945 19,702 44,529 35,128 33,365 38,168 32,382 35,337

Metric tons 66,250 198,587 117,103 138,949 116,875 104,460 86,743 82,329 80,834 106,948

Me tric tons 340,582 340,392 386,151 536,484 396,512 290,358 274,926 418,794 329,152 353,925

1 Marketing year beginning September. 2 Includes other colored, black, blackeye, and limas. FAS, Grain and Feed Division, (202) 720–6219. Compiled from reports of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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HAY, SEEDS, AND MINOR FIELD CROPS Table 6-17.—Peas, dry field: United States exports to specified countries, 1994/95–1996/97 1 2 3

Continent and country

1994/95

1995/96

1996/97

Continent and country

1994/95

1995/96

1996/97

Metric tons
North America/Central America & Caribbean: Canada ................. Mexico .................. Panama ................ Trinidad and Tobago .............. Total .................. South America: Brazil .................... Colombia .............. Peru ...................... Venezuela ............ Total .................. Europe: Belgium and Luxembourg ......... Iceland ..................
1 Marketing

Metric tons

Metric tons
Europe—Continued Italy ....................... Netherlands .......... Norway ................. Switzerland ........... United Kingdom .... Spain .................... Total .................. Asia and Middle East: Hong Kong ........... Israel ..................... Japan .................... Philippines ............ India ...................... Total ..................

Metric tons
1,060 131 328 8 405 1,733 6,333

Metric tons
736 24 285 60 682 1,585 4,529

Metric tons
223 182 195 141 317 750 1,822

2,453 2,934 248 835 29,670

3,379 4,891 4 158 14,518

2,690 2,389 33 77 5,189

2,467 3,196 11,611 784 18,948

4,328 2,979 15,793 1,053 25,320

2,781 910 11,604 1,100 16,395

360 342 2,944 8,312 3,554 21,719 16,983 93,653

758 20 2,960 9,991 5,901 27,077 46,957 118,401

245 0 3,226 6,519 3,016 13,006 28,064 64,476

150 173

41 175

0 14

Other countries ........ Grand total ...........

2 Excluding seed pea exports. year beginning September. FAS, Grain and Feed Division, (202) 720–6219.

3 Regional

totals include countries not listed.

Table 6-18.—Hops: Marketing year average price and value of production, by States, crop of 1995, 1996, and 1997
Marketing year average price per pound State 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 Value of production

ID ........................................ OR ...................................... WA ...................................... Total ................................
1 Preliminary.

Dollars 1.61 1.90 1.68
1.71

Dollars 1.49 1.81 1.63
1.65

Dollars 1.49 1.63 1.57
1.58

1,000 dollars 9,610 26,187 99,290
135,087

1,000 dollars 8,338 21,239 93,953
123,530

1,000 dollars 8,171 22,122 87,631
117,924

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1998 Table 6-19.—Hops: Area, yield, and production, by States, 1995–97
Area harvested State 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 1997 1 1995 1996 Yield per acre Production

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1997 1

ID ................ OR ............... WA .............. US ...........
1 Preliminary.

1,000 acres 3,927 8,641 30,621
43,189

1,000 acres 3,997 8,486 31,678
44,161

1,000 acres 3,870 8,352 31,080
43,302

Pounds 1,520 1,595 1,930
1,826

Pounds 1,400 1,383 1,820
1,698

Pounds 1,417 1,625 1,796
1,729

1,000 pounds 5,969.0 13,782.4 59,101.0
78,852.4

1,000 pounds 5,596.0 11,734.5 57,640.0
74,970.5

1,000 pounds 5,484.1 13,572.0 55,816.0
74,872.1

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

Table 6-20.—Hops: Area, yield, production, value, and Sept. 1 stocks, United States, 1988–97
Marketing year average price per pound received by farmers

Year

Area harvested

Yield per acre

Production

Value of production

Stocks Sept. 1

1,000 acres
1988 .......................... 1989 .......................... 1990 .......................... 1991 .......................... 1992 .......................... 1993 .......................... 1994 .......................... 1995 .......................... 1996 .......................... 1997 1 ........................
1 Preliminary.

33.4 34.5 35.5 39.6 42.3 43.1 42.4 43.2 44.2 43.3

Pounds 1,638 1,717 1,603 1,748 1,759 1,767 1,758 1,826 1,698 1,729

1,000 pounds 54,696 59,326 56,855 69,155 74,337 76,144 74,560 78,852 74,971 74,872

Cents 140.0 138.0 148.0 168.0 174.0 176.0 181.0 171.0 165.0 158.0

1,000 dollars 76,415 81,582 84,178 115,997 129,328 133,965 134,701 135,087 123,530 117,924

1,000 pounds 60,000 51,700 51,890 54,200 56,250 58,060 63,000 55,900 58,700 62,000

NASS, Crops Branch, (202) 720–2127.

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Table 6-21.—Hops: United States exports by country of destination and imports by country of origin, 1994/95–1996/97
Item and country 1994/95
EXPORTS

Year beginning September 1995/96 1996/97

Item and country 1994/95
EXPORTS

Year beginning September 1995/96 1996/97

Metric tons
344 .................. 2,151 142 .................. .................. 1,074 .................. 432 4,143 115 .................. 3,456 45 945 .................. .................. 20 985 .................. 171 20 37 493 6,287 1,462 641

Metric tons
313 80 2,264 164 .................. 276 1,098 .................. 173 4,368 99 43 2,493 44 401 87 .................. 43 944 .................. 118 .................. 106 113 4,491 1,453 483

Metric tons
319 386 1,206 213 12 301 849 107 .................. 3,393

Europe: Belgium/Luxembourg .............. France ................ Germany ............ Ireland ................ Italy .................... Netherland ......... United Kingdom Spain .................. Other countries .. Total ................ Latin America: Argentina ............ Bolivia ................ Brazil .................. Chile ................... Colombia ............ Ecuador .............. El Salvador ........ Guatemala ......... Mexico ................ Paraguay ............ Peru ................... Uruguay ............. Venezuela .......... Other countries .. Total ................ Other countries: Canada .............. Japan .................

Russia ................ Bulgaria .............. Thailand ............. Phillipines ........... Korea ................. Hong Kong ......... Australia ............. Nigeria ................ South Africa ....... Dominican Rep. Taiwan ................ Total ................ Other countries

Metric tons .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. 1 14 .................. ..................
1,957 1,301 13,849

Metric tons 117 98 135 173 188 220 75 .................. .................. .................. ..................
2,942 389 12,190

Metric tons 153 15 45 166 131 219 93 20 0 107 163
3,305 353 11,324

237 49 2,521 37 403 3 16 20 682 106 106 16 77 .................. 4,273 1,649 544

Grand total .....
IMPORTS

Argentina ............... Australia ................. Canada .................. Czech Republic ..... France ................... Germany ................ Poland ................... Slovenia ................. United Kingdom ..... Yugoslavia ............. China ..................... New Zealand ......... Other countries ...... Total ...................

.................. 129 243 851 534 3,458 109 .................. 209 8 19 .................. 198 5,758

.................. 149 107 132 610 4,239 107 32 274 .................. 19 227 2 5,898

46 155 83 185 624 4,106 44 .................. 272 .................. 0 254 23 5,792

FAS, Horticultural and Tropical Products Division, (202) 720–3423.


				
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