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					        Alabama Agriculture Counts...Buy Alabama First!!




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special thanks to Jeff Helms and Mike Moody for their creativity in highlighting Alabama’s specialty
crops. The Bulletin is available on our website: http://www.nass.usda.gov/al
  ALABAMA AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS


                             Bulletin 48 ● Prepared by the
                   UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
                   NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE

                                     ALABAMA FIELD OFFICE
                             Post Office Box 240578, Montgomery, Alabama 36124-0578
                   Sterling Centre, 4121 Carmichael Road, Suite 200, Montgomery, AL 36106-2872
                                   Telephone: (334) 279-3555 Fax: (334) 279-3590
                                        Internet: http://www.nass.usda.gov/al
                                           e-mail: nass-al@nass.usda.gov


                               Herb L. Vanderberry, State Director

                                   Kevin Pautler, Deputy Director




                                              STAFF
   John Dasher                           Vivian Kendrick                         Yumicka Smith
   Christie Drew                         Linda King                              Artis Thompson
   Brenda Gause                          Darien Lee                              Linda Tillery
   Rick Geesey                           Stacey Nestor                           Kathy Tribble
   Greg Herbek                           Julie Schmidt                           Carrie Wright




                                      Issued cooperatively by

             UNITED STATES                                                       ALABAMA
      DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE                                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE                                      AND INDUSTRIES
         Ron Bosecker, Administrator                                         Ron Sparks, Commissioner
                                                FIELD ENUMERATORS




Front Row: Barry Wood, Roy Kendrick, Huston Bolton, Gerald                   Front Row: Mary Ashberry, Louise Wilson, Dean Hyde, Gloria Davis,
Bentley, Nathan Wynne, Joe McDaniel, Billy Davis                             Denise Keith, Peggy Waters, Patsy Sutton

Back Row: Gary Steadman, Don Smith, John Cross, Bill Fields, Bill            Back Row: Jesse Birchfield, Ann Vaughan, Elaine Haggard, Don
Allbritton, Allen Tarleton, Francis Gomes                                    Peacock, Sandra Welch, George White




                                               OFFICE ENUMERATORS




                          Front Row: Cindy Poiteviut, Bernice Mays-Butler, Delois Paradise, Mable Jackson

                          Second Row: Latrice Greene, Barbara Hartsfield, Anthony Smith, Debra Coggins, Tempest Smith

                          Not Pictured: Ellen Bruch, Vanessa Whitehurst, Sandra Langston, Marilyn Bullard, Julia Precise, LaTisha Clay
                                                                Table of Contents
General                                                                                 Poultry

Field and Office Enumerators..........................................2                 Poultry Review .............................................................. 39
Table of Contents ............................................................3         Layers & Egg Production .............................................. 39
Commissioner and State Director's Message .................4                            Broiler Production & Value............................................ 40
Highlights & Alabama=s Rank Among States ..................5                            Poultry Inventory & Value.............................................. 41
Number of Farms ...........................................................6            Poultry by County, 2004-2005....................................... 42
Farm Land Values and Cash Rent ..................................7
Alabama Agricultural Exports. .........................................8                Commodity Prices
Climatological Data .........................................................9
                                                                                        Marketing Year Average Prices .................................... 43
Crops
                                                                                        Cash Receipts
Crops Review ................................................................10
Acreage, Yield, Production, & Record Years ................11                           Cash Receipts Review.................................................. 44
Corn Acreage, Yield, & Production................................12                     Cash Receipts by Commodities .................................... 45
Corn by County, 2004-2005. .........................................13                         Cattle, Hogs, & Dairy. ...................................... 46
Cotton Acreage, Yield, & Production.............................14                             Broilers, Eggs, & Catfish .................................. 47
Cotton by County, 2004-2005 .......................................15                          Total Livestock & Poultry ................................. 47
Hay Acreage, Yield, & Production .................................16                           Corn, Hay, & Wheat ......................................... 48
Hay by County, 2004-2005............................................17                         Cotton, Peanuts, & Soybeans.......................... 49
Peanuts Acreage, Yield, & Production ..........................18                              Fruit, Pecans, & Vegetables ............................ 50
Peanuts by County, 2004-2005 .....................................19                           Greenhouse, Sod & Nursery............................ 50
Soybean Acreage, Yield, & Production .........................20                               Total Crops ...................................................... 50
Soybeans by County, 2004-2005 ..................................21                             Total, All Commodities ..................................... 51
Wheat Acreage, Yield, & Production .............................22                             Government Payments .................................... 51
Wheat by County, 2004-2005........................................23                           Farm Forest Products ...................................... 51
Row Crops District Estimates........................................24                         Total Farm Receipts......................................... 51
Potatoes & Sweet Potatoes by County .........................25                                Private Non-Farm Timber. ............................... 52
Peaches & Pecans ........................................................26                    Forest Industry Timber ..................................... 52
Vegetables & Blueberries..............................................27                       Government Timber ......................................... 52
Floriculture.....................................................................28            Total Farm & Forestry Receipts ....................... 52

Livestock                                                                               County Profiles......................................................... 53-86
                                                                                        Alabama Agriculture Graphic Overview ................... 87-88
Livestock Review...........................................................29           Reports Issued by AASS .............................................. 89
Cattle & Calves..............................................................30         Access to Electronic Information................................... 90
Cattle Production & Income...........................................31                 Alabama County Extension System.............................. 91
Cattle by County, 2004-2006.........................................32                  Alabama County Facts.................................................. 92
Hogs & Pigs...................................................................33        Alabama County Map.................................................... 93
Hog Production & Income. ............................................34
Hogs by County, 1999-2005..........................................35                   Census of Agriculture 2002...................................... 94-96
Catfish ...........................................................................36
Sheep, Honey & Milk Production...................................37
Milk Production by County, 2004-2005 .........................38
The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries and
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service are proud to
present the 48th edition of Alabama Agricultural Statistics.
The numbers contained in this publication are a testimony
to the importance of agriculture in this state. Agriculture is
the No. 1 industry in Alabama. Farm and forestry receipts
for 2005 totaled over $5 billion, with over $40 billion
impacting our state’s economy. The agriculture industry
employs over 467,000 people, constituting 21% of the
state’s workforce.

Alabama farmers produce many specialty crops such as
pecans, strawberries, blueberries, and pumpkins. Not only
do these fruits and nuts taste great, they are incredibly good
sources of nutrition. I hope you will support your local
farmers by buying their fresh from the farm specialty crops.
It is good for our farmers and good for your health!

Some of the best agricultural products in the world are
grown or produced right here in Alabama. I am committed to
helping our farmers and producers maintain their success in
the coming year. In this issue of Alabama Agricultural
Statistics, we pay tribute to Alabama’s specialty crops.


                                               Ron Sparks
                                               Commissioner




Alabama agriculture has diversity in products that may
surprise those that are unfamiliar with the State. This year’s
edition of Alabama Agricultural Statistics highlights our
specialty crop industry. Statistics on these items can be
found on pages 26, 27, and 95.

We thank the many producers of our agricultural products in
Alabama for providing the basic information on our surveys
to produce this bulletin. Farmers and agribusinesses
across the State are the best source for the facts about our
State’s number one industry.

Our enumerator corps who spend hours collecting the
survey data from farmers are invaluable and deserve
special recognition for their part in this bulletin. Finally, the
staff of the Alabama Field Office, USDA/NASS has done
another excellent job in putting this publication together. My
sincere thanks is extended to each of them for their roles in
providing the numbers contained inside.

Remember, Alabama Agriculture Counts!


                                            Herb Vanderberry
                                            Director
                                             State Highlights for 2005-2006:
  ● Total farm and forestry receipts were over $5.15 billion for the year.
  ● Cash receipts from farm commodities totaled $4.10 billion, versus $4.07 billion the previous year.
  ● The top five farm commodities for cash receipts were: (1) poultry, (2) cattle and calves, (3) greenhouse, sod, and
    nursery products, (4) cotton and (5) peanuts. Together they make up 91 percent of the total commodity receipts.
  ● Livestock and poultry accounted for 82% of the cash receipts and crops the other 18%.
  ● Poultry made up 66 percent of the total cash receipts for all commodities (excluding forestry).
  ● Alabama ranked 3rd in broiler production with marketings of 1.06 billion birds.
  ● Greenhouse, sod, and nursery receipts totaled $276.1 million ranking Alabama 17th in the nation.
  ● Laying flocks produced 2.07 billion eggs to rank 14th in egg production.
  ● Cattle inventory on January 1, 2006 was 1.28 million head and the state ranked 26th nationally.
  ● Catfish sales amounted to $97.6 million. Alabama ranked second behind Mississippi in sales.
  ● Principal acreages for crops were: cotton (550,000),corn (220,000), peanuts (225,000), soybeans (150,000),
    and wheat (100,000).
  ● Alabama ranked 3rd in peanuts and 10th in cotton production.
  ● The state was 7th in pecan production and 9th in peach.
  ● Alabama ranked 2nd in commercial forest land, with 22.9 million acres.



                 Alabama's Rank Among States: Crop Production, Livestock, and Poultry 2005
                                                                              Production or Number             Percent of
                                           Unit         Rank
                                                                        Alabama               United States   U.S. Amount
                                                                                   Thousand
Catfish, annual sales                    Dollars             2             97,602                482,125          20.2
Broilers 1/                                Birds             3          1,057,300              8,870,350          11.9
Peanuts                                  Pounds              3            613,250              4,821,250          12.7
Sweet potatoes                             Cwt.              5                375                  15,747          2.4
Pecans, utilized production              Pounds           7                   4,000              280,200           1.4
Peaches, utilized production             Pounds           9                  10,000            1,145,100           0.9
Cotton, upland                            Bales          10                     850               23,064           3.7
Cottonseed                                 Tons          10                     306                8,501           3.6
Blueberries, utilized production         Pounds          11                   520                238,170           0.2
Meat Goats                                 Head          11                43,000              2,260,000           1.9
Layers, 20 weeks and older                 Birds         13                 9,138                347,917           2.6
Eggs                                     Number          14             2,071,000             89,960,000           2.3
Tomatoes, fresh market                      Cwt.         14                    319                39,462           0.8
Watermelons, fresh market                   Cwt.         15                    203                37,896           0.5
Beef cow inventory                         Head          17                     696               33,253           2.1
Small Farms (sales < $10,000)            Number          17                    29.5                1,168           2.5
Hogs and pigs                              Head          25                     160               61,197           0.3
All cattle and calves                      Head          26                   1,280               97,102           1.3
Sweet corn, fresh market                    Cwt.         26                      44               27,266           0.2
Soybeans                                 Bushels         26                   4,785            3,086,432           0.2
Honey                                    Pounds          27                     858              174,643           0.5
Corn for grain                           Bushels         28                  23,800           11,112,072           0.2
Hay, All                                   Tons          31                   1,971              150,590           1.3
Potatoes                                    Cwt.         33                     202              420,879          0.04
Winter wheat                             Bushels         35                2,250               1,499,129           0.2
Milk cows                                  Head          43                   14                   9,058           0.2
Milk                                     Pounds          43              224,000             176,989,000           0.1
1/ U.S. excludes states producing less than 500,000 birds.



USDA, NASS, Alabama Statistical Office                                                                                      5
                              Number of Farms and Operations with Livestock, 1995-2005
                                                                  Average        Operations         Operations      Operations            Operations
       Year            All Farms 1/        Land in Farms           Size of          with               with             with                with
                                                                    Farm           Cattle           Beef Cows        Milk Cows              Hogs
                         Number             Thou Acres               Acres                                    Number
       1995              49,000               10,000                 204           35,000            33,000             510                  2,100
       1996              49,000                9,700                 198           33,000            32,000             480                  1,600
       1997              49,000                9,600                 196           30,000            28,000             450                  1,100
       1998              49,000                9,400                 192           30,000            28,000             380                  1,000
       1999              48,000                9,200                 192           28,000            27,000             340                    800
       2000              47,000                9,000                 191           27,000            26,000             300                    700
       2001              46,000                8,900                 193           26,000            24,000             250                    600
       2002              45,000                8,900                 198           26,000            24,000             200                    550
       2003              45,000                8,900                 198           26,000            24,000             200                    500
       2004              44,000                8,700                 199           25,000            23,000             190                    500
       2005              43,500                8,600                 198           25,000            23,000             190                    500
1/ A farm is defined as any establishment from which $1,000 or more of agricultural products were sold or would normally be sold during the year.




                                              ALABAMA FARMS
    NO. FARMS (Thou)                                                                                                    ACRES (Mil)
    300                                                                                                                                       25

    225                                                                                                                                       20

    150                                                                                                                                       15

        75                                                                                                                                    10

           0                                                                                                                                  5
                   1930           1940           1950            1960           1970           1980           1990            2005
                                                        Number of Farms                            Acres




6                                                                                                               USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                     Farm Real Estate: Average Value per Acre 1/, January 1, 2001 - 2006
 States                           2001     2002       2003              2004    2005    2006    Change 05-06
                                                              Dollars                             Percent
 Alabama                          1,640    1,700      1,760             1,860   2,400   2,750      14.6
 Florida                          2,600    2,720      2,900             3,100   5,400   7,280      34.8
 Georgia                          1,900    2,050      2,200             2,350   3,200   3,900      21.9
 South Carolina                   1,800    1,900      2,050             2,150   2,400   2,600        8.3
 Southeast States                 2,030    2,140      2,270             2,420   3,530   4,420      25.2
1/ Includes land and buildings.



                             Cropland: Average Value per Acre, January 1, 2001 - 2006
 States                           2001     2002       2003              2004    2005    2006    Change 05-06

                                                              Dollars                             Percent
 Alabama                          1,530    1,600      1,700             1,800   2,450   2,950      20.4
 Florida                          3,720    3,730      3,690             3,810   7,220   8,770      21.5
 Georgia                          1,780    1,970      2,150             2,260   2,750   3,730      35.6
 South Carolina                   1,450    1,600      1,750             1,850   2,050   2,150        4.9
 Southeast States                 2,090    2,240      2,350             2,460   3,660   4,550      24.3




                              Pasture: Average Value per Acre, January 1, 2001 - 2005
 States                           2001     2002       2003              2004    2005    2006    Change 05-06

                                                              Dollars                             Percent
 Alabama                          1,250    1,300      1,350             1,420   1,950   2,100        7.7
 Florida                          1,850    1,950      2,100             2,250   5,150   7,500      45.6
 Georgia                          2,280    2,500      2,750             2,950   5,600   7,150      27.7
 South Carolina                   1,630    1,750      1,900             2,000   2,300   2,550      10.9
 Southeast States                 1,760    1,870      2,010             2,150   4,200   5,710      36.0




           Alabama Cropland and Pasture: Average Cash Rent per Acre, January 1, 2001 - 2006
 States                           2001     2002       2003              2004    2005    2006    Change 05-06
                                                              Dollars                             Percent
 Cropland                         36.00    36.00      35.00             33.00   40.00   39.00       -2.5
 Pasture                          18.00    18.00      18.00             18.00   17.50   18.50       5.7




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                               7
                                     Alabama Agricultural Exports, 2005
                                                                Total: $520.4 Million

                                                                                                               P o u ltry $ 2 5 6 .3




       L ive An im a ls & M e a t
       (e x . p o u ltry) $ 5 .9




                                                                                                             All O th e r C o m m o d itie s $ 8 0 .9

         C o tto n & P ro d u c ts   $ 1 3 6 .0
                                                                                                            P e a n u ts & P ro d u c ts $ 2 7 .6
                                                                  S o yb e a n s & P ro d u c ts $ 1 3 .7
                                                                                                                                                        .

    Source: United States Agricultural Exports, FY 2005, Economic Research Service, USDA




             Alabama Agricultural Exports: Estimated value, by commodity group, FY 2001-2005 1/
                                                                                                                       Cotton and
       Year              Wheat                    Feed grains         Soybeans                  Peanuts               Cottonseed               Fruit/Veg.
                                                                             Million Dollars
       2001               12.9                     6.5                      7.1                   21.2                    64.7                       4.2
       2002               12.1                    10.6                     12.0                   29.5                    94.7                       4.9
       2003               12.6                    10.9                     11.2                   23.0                    97.6                       5.4
       2004               14.5                    15.6                     19.2                   28.6                   165.4                       3.8
       2005               20.6                    13.9                     13.7                   27.6                   136.0                       5.3
                                         Live animals & meat,                                                           Other 1/
       Year            Tree nuts                                        Poultry            Feeds & fodders                                          Total
                                              exc. Poultry                                                            commodities
                                                                            Million Dollars
       2001                 4.4                       8.1                236.1                     7.0                       26.5               398.8
       2002                 2.7                       7.7                206.7                    13.3                       23.7               418.1
       2003                 2.3                       6.2                181.7                    12.4                       24.8               388.2
       2004                 0.6                       4.7                222.3                    13.1                       25.1               513.1
       2005                 0.6                       5.9                256.3                    14.3                       26.1               520.4
1/ Totals may not add due to rounding. 2/ Other Commodities = Misc. oilseeds, nursery and greenhouse, and other animal and crop products.




8                                                                                                                    USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                              Climatological Data, 2005




                                                                                           Total          Average
                                                              Weather Area              Precipitation   Temperature

                                                                                           Inches         Degrees

                                                              Northern Valley              46.62               60.9
                                                              Appalachian Mtn.             48.38               61.2
                                                              Upper Plains                 60.89               62.5
                                                              Eastern Valley               52.69               62.4
                                                              Piedmont Plateau             60.52               62.0
                                                              Prairie                      59.08               64.3
                                                              Coastal Plain                63.70               65.0
                                                              Gulf                         78.61               67.5




                                                      Precipitation - Inches of Water
Weather Area
                       Jan.    Feb.   Mar.     Apr.   May       Jun.     Jul.    Aug.    Sep.    Oct.   Nov.      Dec.

Northern Valley       3.21    5.17    3.07     5.51   1.22      5.37     5.43    5.14    3.62   0.07    3.88      4.93
Appalachian Mts.      2.47    4.79    4.96     5.42   2.65      5.43     7.31    3.33    2.56   0.30    4.61      4.55
Upper Plains          3.24    5.29    5.82     6.58   3.13      6.87    11.19    6.33    3.73   0.29    3.97      4.45
Eastern Valley        2.58    5.84    6.52     5.93   3.09      4.53     9.01    3.84    1.95   1.28    3.65      4.47
Piedmont Plateau      3.01    5.41    8.74     6.98   3.68      4.67    11.34    5.87    1.59   1.73    3.75      3.75
Prairie               2.81    5.69    7.72     7.58   3.37      5.71    10.01    5.58    3.74   0.79    2.93      3.15
Coastal Plain         3.04    4.01    6.06     9.41   2.63      7.04    10.72    8.16    4.60   0.47    3.90      3.66
Gulf                  2.00    5.60    4.84    18.84   6.05      9.33    10.78   10.78    3.61   0.24    2.75      3.79



                                                Average Temperatures - Degrees Fahrenheit
Weather Area
                       Jan.    Feb.   Mar.     Apr.   May       Jun.     Jul.    Aug.   Sep.    Oct.    Nov.      Dec.
Northern Valley       46.00   47.10   50.20   59.90   65.90     75.30   79.20   80.60   74.50   61.00   52.10    38.60
Appalachian Mts.      46.30   47.60   50.60   59.50   65.80     75.30   79.40   80.00   75.50   62.20   53.30    39.30
Upper Plains          47.50   48.90   51.50   60.50   67.20     76.00   80.20   80.60   76.90   63.40   54.90    41.80
Eastern Valley        47.50   49.20   51.70   60.30   66.60     76.30   80.20   80.50   76.50   63.50   54.80    41.30
Piedmont Plateau      47.10   49.60   51.70   59.50   66.10     75.50   79.40   79.70   75.90   62.90   54.60    41.90
Prairie               49.80   51.90   54.10   61.90   69.10     77.80   81.50   81.60   78.10   64.50   57.00    44.10
Coastal Plain         51.30   52.60   55.00   61.90   70.20     77.70   81.30   81.00   78.50   65.50   58.30    46.30
Gulf                  54.90   56.20   58.20   64.80   72.70     78.90   82.00   82.10   81.10   68.20   61.10    50.10
Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Data and Information Service.

USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                         9
                                              Crops Review 2005

Hurricanes Dennis and Katrina, which hit Alabama’s Gulf Coast, caused crop yields to be somewhat
lower for some farmers. Most fields across the state recovered from weather damage better than
expected. Katrina took its toll on the more mature cotton fields in Baldwin and Mobile counties, as well
as several other counties. Later planted fields faired very well. Yield was 749 pounds of lint per acre,
compared to 724 pounds per acre the previous year and the ten year average of 605 pounds per acre.
Some corn fields were blown over but harvested with minimal loss. Alabama corn yield was 119 bushels
per acre, 4 bushels below the record set in 2004. The ten year average is 91 bushels per acre.
Production came in at 23.8 million bushels, 1 percent less than in 2004. Peanut yields varied across the
state because of the hurricanes, salt water, tomato spotted wilt virus and dry conditions during harvest.
As peanut acreage increases in south western Alabama, peanut production continues to show an
increase. Production totaled 613.3 million pounds and yield was 2,750 pounds per acre, down 50 pounds
per acre from 2004 and 210 pounds below the record 2,960 set in 1984. Soybean fields were affected by
hurricane debris in the fields. Growers planted less acreage because of Asian Soybean Rust concerns
and low prices. Growers believed dry conditions during September caused yields to be lower, especially
during pod fill. Hurricanes brought much needed rain to younger soybeans. Soybean production totaled
4.8 million bushels compared to 6.7 million bushels the previous year. The yield of 33 bushels per acre
was two bushels below 2004. The ten year average is 27 bushels per acre. Hay fields were reported as
mostly good to excellent during the 2005 year. The yield was 2.7 tons per acre, unchanged from the
record yield set in 2004. Irish potato growers experienced excessive moisture that caused rot and
unharvested potato acreage again this year. Producers planted 1,600 acres, down 700 acres from last
year, and 1,300 acres were harvested. Yield was 155 cwt. per acre, 20 cwt. per acre below the 2004
yield. Twenty-seven hundred acres of sweet potatoes were planted, down 100 acres from previous
year. Harvested area was 2,500 acres, compared to 2,300 acres last year. Many fields were left
unharvested due to wet weather. The average yield at 150 cwt. per acre, was 15 cwt. per acre less than
last year. Wheat seedings for 2006 were slightly behind schedule because of dry conditions. An
estimated 100,000 acres have been sown.


                                             Normal Crop Progress
 Crop                       Planting Begins      Planting Ends    Harvest Begins               Harvest Ends
 Corn                          Mid-March           Early June          Late July                Early Nov
 Cotton                        Early April         Mid-June         Mid-September             Mid-December
 Hay, first Cutting                ---                 ---            Early May                  Mid-July
 Peaches                           ---                 ---            Mid-May                    Mid-July
 Peanuts                       Late April           Mid-June       Early September           Early November
 Pecans                            ---                 ---          Early October             Mid-December
 Spring Potatoes              Mid-January          Mid-March          Early May                  Early July
 Summer Potatoes              Early March          Early April        Early July               Late August
 Sweet Potatoes (South)        Mid-March           Late June           Mid-July              Early-November
 Sweet Potatoes (North)         Mid-May             Early July      Mid-September              Late October
 Soybeans                     Late April            Early July     Late September             Mid-December
 Wheat                       Early October       Late-November        Mid-May                    Mid-July




10                                                                                  USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                        Acreage, Yield, Production, Price, and Value of Production, 2005
                                                    Planted                   Yield per                    Season
                                                     for All      Harvested                                                 Value of
 Crop                                   Unit                                  Harvested     Production     Average
                                                   Purposes                                                                Production
                                                                                Acre                        Price
                                                      Thousand Acres            Units       Thou Units         Dollars    Thou Dollars
 Corn grain                             Bu.           220               200          119      23,800            2.35             55,930
 Corn silage                            Ton           220                15           16            240             -                 -
 Cotton lint 1/                         Lb.           550               545          747            848         0.50         201,485
 Cottonseed                             Ton               -               -             -           306        82.00             25,092
 Hay                                    Ton               -             730          2.7        1,971          57.00         112,347
 Potatoes                               Cwt.            1.6             1.3          150            195         8.55              1,667
 Peanuts                                Lb.           225               223     2,750        613,250           0.169         103,639
 Sorghum grain                          Bu.             10               6            53            318         3.25               579
 Sorghum silage                         Ton             10                2           13             26             -                 -
 Soybeans                               Bu.           150               145           33        4,785           5.85             27,992
 Sweet potatoes                         Cwt.            2.7             2.5          150            375        21.40              8,025
 Winter wheat                           Bu.           100               45            50        2,250           3.00              6,750
 Sweet corn                             Cwt.            1.5             1.1          40              44        19.20               845
 Tomatoes                               Cwt.            1.2             1.1          290            319        31.00              9,889
 Watermelons                            Cwt.            3.6             2.9          70             203         9.50              1,929
 Blueberries 2/ 3/                      Lb.               -             280     1,860               520         0.91               471
 Peaches,3/ 4/                          Ton               -               -             -            10    808.00                 8,080
 Pecans 3/                              Lb.               -               -             -       4,000           1.10              4,384
 1/ Production in 480 pound net weight bales. 2/ Actual acres. 3/ Utilized Production. 4/ Production in Tons




                                                   Record Year Of Principal Crops
Crop                                   Unit             Harvested             Yield Per Acre 1/                     Production
                                                 Year         Thou Acres      Year          Units          Year           Thou Units
Corn grain                              Bu.      1917           3,830         2004            123          1917               59,365
Cotton lint 1/                          Lb.      1911           3,833         1985            795          1914                  1,748
Hay                                    Ton       1943           1,228         2004             2.7         2001                  2,392
Potatoes                               Cwt.      1944              54         1999            203          1953                  3,768
Oats                                    Bu.      1883             410         1992             60          1945                  6,292
Peanuts                                 Lb.      1943             574         1984          2,960          1984             648,550
Sorghum grain                           Bu.      1985             230         2001             60          1985               12,650
Soybeans                                Bu.      1979           2,150         2003             36          1979               53,750
Sweet potatoes                          Cwt.     1934             111         1994            190          1955                    936
Winter wheat                            Bu.      1982             725         2000             54          1981               24,860
1/ Year first attained 2/ Production in 500 lb. gross weight bales.




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                          11
                      Corn Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                                Leading Counties                               Bushels
                                                                Jackson ..................................... 2,923,000
                                                                Lawrence................................... 2,046,000
                                                                Madison..................................... 1,773,000
                                                                DeKalb ...................................... 1,716,000




                                                                           Acreage Planted the Past Decade
                                                                    Thousand Acres


                                                              350

                                                              300

                                                              250

                                                              200

                                                              150
                                                                     96    97      98   99   00   01   02     03     04   05


                         Planted Acres




                           Corn: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
                                               Yield Per
     Year   Planted            Harvested                              Production                  Value of Production
                                             Harvested Acre
                   Thousand Acres               Bushels         Thousand Bushels                   Thousand Dollars
 1996        300                    270           82                      22,140                            76,383
 1997        280                    250           87                      21,750                            61,335
 1998        300                    200           63                      12,600                            29,106
 1999        220                    200           103                     20,600                            46,556
 2000        230                    165           65                      10,725                            23,166
 2001        180                    150           107                     16,050                            37,718
 2002        200                    180           88                      15,840                            43,085
 2003        220                    190           122                     23,180                            54,705
 2004        220                    195           123                     23,985                            59,483
 2005        220                    200           119                     23,800                            55,930




12                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                Corn: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                         2004                                                       2005
          County
                                   Planted      Harvested     Yield         Production      Planted     Harvested          Yield         Production
                                             Acres                    Bushels                     Acres                            Bushels
Autauga .....................          3,400          1,700            83        141,000        2,700        2,300                 103        238,000
Baldwin ......................         4,800          4,600           120        551,000        3,700        3,300                 124        410,000
Barbour......................          3,900          3,700            93        343,000        3,600        3,200                 114        364,000
Bibb ...........................           *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Blount ........................        1,900          1,200           139        167,000            *            *                   *              *
Bullock .......................            *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Butler .........................           *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Calhoun .....................          1,300          1,200           144        173,000            *            *                   *              *
Chambers ..................                *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Cherokee ...................           2,400          2,300           143        328,000        2,100        1,900                 135        256,000
Chilton .......................            *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Choctaw.....................               *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Clarke ........................            *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Clay ...........................           *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Cleburne ....................              *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Coffee ........................        9,000          6,900           111         766,000       7,000        6,000                 127         764,000
Colbert .......................        9,300          9,200           138       1,271,000      10,000       10,000                 147       1,472,000
Conecuh ....................           1,700          1,500            97         145,000       1,800        1,600                  98         156,000
Coosa ........................             *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Covington ..................           2,500          2,200           122        269,000        2,800        1,900                  66        126,000
Crenshaw ..................                *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Cullman .....................          3,600          2,100           130        273,000        3,500        2,600                 125        324,000
Dale ...........................       4,000          3,800            90        342,000        3,000        2,700                  94        254,000
Dallas.........................        2,600          2,500           129        322,000            *            *                   *              *
DeKalb.......................         13,300         13,000           136       1,766,000      13,500       13,300                 129       1,716,000
Elmore .......................         2,500          2,400           132         317,000       2,500        2,400                 113         271,000
Escambia...................            3,200          2,900            90         262,000       3,300        2,500                  86         215,000
Etowah.......................          2,100          1,900           104         197,000       2,200        2,100                 132         278,000
Fayette.......................         2,200          2,100           101         213,000       2,500        2,400                  91         218,000
Franklin......................             *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Geneva ......................          5,500          4,900           115         563,000       6,800        6,400                 108         692,000
Greene.......................          1,400          1,100            85          94,000           *            *                   *               *
Hale ...........................           *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Henry .........................        4,300          4,200           106         446,000       4,000        4,000                 112         446,000
Houston .....................          4,500          4,100           107         440,000       4,600        4,200                 118         497,000
Jackson .....................         23,600         22,000           130       2,860,000      25,000       23,500                 124       2,923,000
Jefferson....................              *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Lamar ........................             *              *             *               *       1,100          600                  83          50,000
Lauderdale.................            9,000          8,800           135       1,185,000      10,000       10,000                 112       1,116,000
Lawrence ...................          13,500         13,200           151       1,990,000      15,000       15,000                 136       2,046,000
Lee.............................           *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Limestone ..................          10,000          9,500           150       1,425,000       9,000        8,200                 139       1,136,000
Lowndes ....................               *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Macon........................              *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Madison .....................         13,500         13,100           137       1,800,000      12,500       12,400                 143       1,773,000
Marengo ....................               *              *             *               *           *            *                   *               *
Marion........................         2,500          2,400           119         286,000       2,400        2,000                 100         200,000
Marshall .....................         4,500          4,100           113         463,000       6,000        5,800                 108         629,000
Mobile ........................            *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Monroe ......................          2,600            800           105         84,000            *            *                   *              *
Montgomery...............                  *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Morgan ......................          5,600          4,800           117        562,000        6,100        3,900                 128        498,000
Perry ..........................           *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Pickens ......................             *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Pike............................       3,200          2,900           116        336,000        4,000        3,800                 106        403,000
Randolph ...................               *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Russell.......................             *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Shelby........................             *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
St. Clair......................            *              *             *              *            *            *                   *              *
Sumter .......................             *              *             *              *        1,000          900                  56         50,000
Talladega...................      7,300       6,000              134         806,000         7,000           7,000                 131        920,000
Tallapoosa .................          *            *                 *               *           *               *                   *              *
Tuscaloosa ................       4,200       3,600              122         438,000         4,000           4,000                 108        430,000
Walker .......................        *            *                 *               *           *               *                   *              *
Washington................        1,100       1,000                99         99,000         1,000             900                  99         89,000
Wilcox ........................       *            *                 *               *           *               *                   *              *
Winston......................         *            *                 *               *           *               *                   *              *
State Total .................   220,000    195,000               123      23,985,000       220,000         200,000                 119     23,800,000
*Counties with less than 500 planted acres or insufficient data are included in State Total.


USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                   13
                   Cotton Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                                Leading Counties                                 Bales
                                                                Limestone..................................... 115,000
                                                                Madison.......................................... 99,000
                                                                Lawrence........................................ 59,700
                                                                Lauderdale ..................................... 45,200




                                                                          Acreage Planted the Past Decade
                                                                    Thousand Acres
                                                              620
                                                              600
                                                              580
                                                              560
                                                              540
                                                              520
                                                              500
                                                              480
                                                                     96   97    98   99   00   01    02    03   04   05


                         Planted Acres




                          Cotton: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
                                               Yield Per
     Year   Planted            Harvested                              Production                Value of Production
                                             Harvested Acre
                   Thousand Acres               Pounds              Thousand Bales                Thousand Dollars
 1996        520                    516           734                     789                             268,512
 1997        535                    442           597                     550                             177,672
 1998        495                    475           559                     553                             160,857
 1999        565                    561           535                     625                             143,400
 2000        590                    530           492                     543                             137,618
 2001        610                    605           730                     920                             122,323
 2002        590                    540           507                     570                             119,016
 2003        525                    510           772                     820                             234,586
 2004        550                    540           724                     814                             158,632
 2005        550                    545           747                     848                             201,960




14                                                                                   USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                               Cotton: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                         2004                                                  2005
          County
                                   Planted      Harvested     Yield    Production      Planted    Harvested           Yield   Production
                                             Acres            Pounds     Bales               Acres                 Pounds       Bales
Autauga .....................        7,600            7,600     713      11,290         7,700          7,500        781         12,200
Baldwin ......................      13,300           12,700     647      17,130        12,300         12,200        661         16,800
Barbour......................        6,000            6,000     665       8,310         5,900          5,900        830         10,200
Bibb ...........................         *                *       *            *            *              *          *               *
Blount ........................          *                *       *            *            *              *          *               *
Bullock .......................          *                *       *            *            *              *          *               *
Butler .........................         *                *       *            *            *              *          *               *
Calhoun .....................        2,900            2,900   1,094       6,610         3,650          3,650      1,010          7,680
Chambers ..................              *                *       *            *            *              *          *              *
Cherokee ...................        15,200           15,200     900      28,500        20,100         20,000        847         35,300
Chilton .......................          *                *       *            *            *              *          *              *
Choctaw.....................             *                *       *            *            *              *          *              *
Clarke ........................          *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Clay ...........................         *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Cleburne ....................            *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Coffee ........................     23,500           23,500    395        19,350       17,600         17,600          706       25,900
Colbert .......................     29,500           29,500    773        47,500       28,900         28,900          623       37,500
Conecuh ....................         5,900            4,500    579         5,430        5,600          5,600          630        7,350
Coosa ........................           *                *       *            *            *              *            *            *
Covington ..................        17,600           17,600     536       19,670       16,500         16,500          864       29,700
Crenshaw ..................              *                *       *            *            *              *            *            *
Cullman .....................        1,700            1,500   1,024        3,200            *              *            *            *
Dale ...........................    10,900           10,900     462       10,500       10,100         10,100          779       16,400
Dallas.........................     13,900           13,800     669       19,230       11,100         10,400          683       14,800
DeKalb.......................            *                *       *            *            *              *            *            *
Elmore .......................      12,100           12,100     795       20,030       11,700         11,500          735       17,600
Escambia...................         21,500           17,400     567       20,560       15,000         15,000          710       22,200
Etowah.......................        2,200            2,200   1,178        5,400        4,000          4,000          852        7,100
Fayette.......................           *                *       *            *            *              *            *            *
Franklin......................           *                *       *            *            *              *            *            *
Geneva ......................       27,200           27,000    436        24,520       24,000         24,000          640       32,000
Greene.......................            *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Hale ...........................         *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Henry .........................     23,500           23,400    517        25,180       21,000         21,000          816       35,700
Houston .....................       27,500           27,200    599        33,940       29,000         29,000          712       43,000
Jackson .....................            *                *      *             *        7,450          7,400          876       13,500
Jefferson....................            *                *      *            *             *              *            *            *
Lamar ........................           *                *      *            *             *              *            *            *
Lauderdale.................         27,700           27,700    840       48,500        30,200         29,900          726       45,200
Lawrence ...................        39,400           39,400    826       67,800        40,900         40,900          701       59,700
Lee.............................     2,100            2,100    779        3,410             *              *            *            *
Limestone ..................        64,300           64,300    857      114,800        70,000         69,900          790      115,000
Lowndes ....................             *                *       *           *             *              *            *            *
Macon........................        5,800            5,800     763       9,220         5,000          4,900          725        7,400
Madison .....................       48,200           48,200   1,080     108,500        55,600         55,600          855       99,000
Marengo ....................             *                *       *           *             *              *            *            *
Marion........................           *                *       *           *             *              *            *            *
Marshall .....................           *                *       *           *             *              *            *            *
Mobile ........................      9,500            9,200    703        13,470       11,000         10,600          571       12,600
Monroe ......................       17,800           16,700    593        20,640            *              *            *            *
Montgomery...............                *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Morgan ......................        2,300            2,300    895         4,290            *              *            *            *
Perry ..........................         *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Pickens ......................           *                *      *             *            *              *            *            *
Pike............................     7,200            6,400    503         6,710         5,900         5,900          765        9,400
Randolph ...................             *                *      *             *             *             *            *            *
Russell.......................           *                *      *             *             *             *            *            *
Shelby........................       4,500            4,500    795         7,450         4,300         4,200          800        7,000
St. Clair......................          *                *      *             *             *             *            *            *
Sumter .......................           *                *      *             *             *             *            *            *
Talladega...................      4,500   4,500            958              8,980             *            *            *            *
Tallapoosa .................          *         *             *                  *            *            *            *            *
Tuscaloosa ................       4,100   4,000            848              7,070         3,800        3,700          765        5,900
Walker .......................        *         *             *                  *            *            *            *            *
Washington................            *         *             *                  *            *            *            *            *
Wilcox ........................       *         *             *                  *            *            *            *            *
Winston......................         *         *             *                  *            *            *            *            *
State Total .................   550,000 540,000            724            814,000      550,000       545,000          747      848,000
*Counties with less than 500 planted acres or insufficient data are included in State Total.


USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                          15
                      Hay Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                                 Leading Counties                                      Tons
                                                                 Cullman .......................................... 96,000
                                                                 Jackson .......................................... 70,000
                                                                 Lauderdale ..................................... 65,000
                                                                 DeKalb ........................................... 65,000
                                                                 Marshall.......................................... 57,000
                                                                 Pike ................................................ 55,000




                                                                           Acres Harvested the Past Decade
                                                                      Thousand Acres
                                                               940

                                                               900

                                                               860

                                                               820

                                                               780

                                                               740

                                                               700
                                                                      96     97   98   99   00     01   02    03    04    05


                          Harvested Acres




                             Hay: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
     Year   Harvested for Dry Hay   Yield Per Harvested Acre     Production                        Value of Production
              Thousand Acres                 Tons              Thousand Tons                        Thousand Dollars
     1996           730                       2.4                    1,752                                 85,848
     1997           770                       2.3                    1,733                                 81,451
     1998           750                       2.1                    1,575                                 83,475
     1999           800                       2.3                    1,840                               101,200
     2000           720                       1.8                    1,296                                 72,576
     2001           920                       2.6                    2,392                               131,560
     2002           825                       2.2                    1,815                               103,455
     2003           780                       2.6                    2,028                               117,624
     2004           850                       2.7                    2,295                               130,815
     2005           730                       2.7                    1,971                               112,347




16                                                                                     USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                   Hay: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                             2004                                   2005
               County
                                              Harvested      Yield       Production     Harvested   Yield      Production
                                               Acres                 Tons                Acres              Tons
Autauga................................         11,700        2.9             34,000      10,500    2.1              22,000
Baldwin.................................        10,900        2.4             26,000       7,600    2.8              21,000
Barbour ................................         9,000        3.3             30,000       8,600    3.6              31,000
Bibb ......................................      4,100        2.7             11,000       3,800    2.4               9,000
Blount ...................................      18,200        3.4             61,000      17,000    2.8              48,000
Bullock..................................        7,000        2.9             20,000       6,700    2.7              18,000
Butler....................................      11,400        3.1             35,000      10,600    2.5              27,000
Calhoun................................         12,500        2.7             34,000      11,000    2.8              31,000
Chambers.............................            8,700        3.2             28,000       9,400    2.6              24,000
Cherokee..............................          10,100        3.2             32,000       9,800    2.2              22,000
Chilton ..................................      12,900        3.4             44,000      14,000    2.4              33,000
Choctaw ...............................          4,400        3.0             13,000       2,800    2.9               8,000
Clarke...................................        5,200        2.7             14,000       3,900    2.3               9,000
Clay ......................................      8,400        2.4             20,000       5,000    2.8              14,000
Cleburne...............................          5,600        2.3             13,000       5,400    2.8              15,000
Coffee...................................       17,500        2.7             47,000      12,000    3.7              44,000
Colbert..................................       11,000        2.4             26,000      12,000    2.1              25,000
Conecuh...............................           7,000        2.7             19,000       6,200    2.7              17,000
Coosa...................................         4,400        2.5             11,000       4,600    2.0               9,000
Covington .............................         17,300        2.7             46,000      14,000    3.4              48,000
Crenshaw .............................           9,200        3.2             29,000       9,500    3.2              30,000
Cullman ................................        36,000        3.3            119,000      34,000    2.8              96,000
Dale......................................      13,000        2.8             36,000      11,500    3.2              37,000
Dallas ...................................      16,300        2.5             40,000      17,000    2.4              40,000
DeKalb .................................        25,000        3.0             74,000      21,000    3.1              65,000
Elmore..................................        12,700        3.2             41,000      11,800    2.6              31,000
Escambia .............................           6,300        2.5             16,000       4,000    2.3               9,000
Etowah .................................        14,100        3.2             45,000      11,500    3.0              35,000
Fayette .................................        6,100        2.6             16,000       5,800    2.8              16,000
Franklin ................................       16,000        2.8             44,000      14,000    2.6              36,000
Geneva.................................         12,600        2.5             32,000      11,000    2.3              25,000
Greene .................................        10,500        2.2             23,000       9,400    2.7              25,000
Hale......................................       9,600        2.3             22,000       7,500    2.7              20,000
Henry....................................       15,300        2.8             43,000      12,300    2.3              28,000
Houston................................         14,400        2.1             30,000      11,000    2.3              25,000
Jackson ................................        28,500        2.9             82,000      26,000    2.7              70,000
Jefferson ..............................         9,300        2.3             21,000       5,000    2.8              14,000
Lamar ...................................        7,800        2.4             19,000       5,100    3.1              16,000
Lauderdale ...........................          29,500        2.2             65,000      28,000    2.3              65,000
Lawrence..............................          23,000        2.4             55,000      17,000    2.6              45,000
Lee .......................................      7,200        3.5             25,000       4,100    3.2              13,000
Limestone.............................          21,500        2.3             50,000      21,000    2.2              47,000
Lowndes...............................          16,000        2.4             39,000      13,000    3.1              40,000
Macon ..................................         4,200        2.6             11,000       3,300    3.0              10,000
Madison................................         21,300        2.3             49,000      16,000    2.4              39,000
Marengo ...............................         12,300        2.3             28,000      12,000    2.4              29,000
Marion ..................................       13,000        2.8             36,000      11,000    2.4              26,000
Marshall................................        20,600        3.1             63,000      19,000    3.0              57,000
Mobile...................................       12,500        2.5             31,000       8,300    3.3              27,500
Monroe .................................         6,100        2.5             15,000       4,900    3.5              17,000
Montgomery .........................            19,800        2.2             44,000      17,000    2.5              43,000
Morgan .................................        27,700        2.4             66,000      21,000    2.5              52,000
Perry.....................................       6,500        2.2             14,000       4,800    2.5              12,000
Pickens.................................        11,000        3.3             36,000      10,000    3.3              33,000
Pike ......................................     15,500        3.6             56,000      15,000    3.7              55,000
Randolph..............................           7,500        2.5             19,000       5,800    2.4              14,000
Russell .................................        6,200        2.9             18,000       4,100    2.9              12,000
Shelby ..................................        8,200        2.3             19,000       4,900    2.7              13,000
St. Clair ................................      11,400        3.2             37,000      11,000    3.3              36,000
Sumter..................................        12,400        2.5             31,000      12,000    2.0              24,000
Talladega .............................         15,300        2.6              40,000     12,000    2.5               30,000
Tallapoosa............................           5,200        2.3              12,000      5,500    2.5               14,000
Tuscaloosa...........................            8,400        2.5              21,000      7,000    2.9               20,000
Walker ..................................       14,500        2.6              37,000     13,000    2.8               37,000
Washington ..........................            4,800        2.5              12,000      3,000    2.8                8,500
Wilcox...................................       16,400        2.5              41,000     12,000    2.2               26,000
Winston ................................        12,000        2.4              29,000     12,000    2.8               33,000
State Total............................        850,000        2.7           2,295,000    730,000    2.7            1,971,000



USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                               17
               Peanut Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                               Leading Counties                              Pounds
                                                               Baldwin.................................... 95,600,000
                                                               Houston................................... 89,205,000
                                                               Henry....................................... 62,552,000
                                                               Escambia ................................ 59,860,000




                                                                         Acreage Planted the Past Decade
                                                                   Thousand Acres
                                                             230

                                                             220

                                                             210

                                                             200

                                                             190

                                                             180
                                                                    96    97   98     99   00   01    02    03   04   05


                      Planted Acres




                       Peanuts: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
                                              Yield Per
     Year   Planted           Harvested                                  Production              Value of Production
                                            Harvested Acre
                   Thousand Acres              Pounds               Thousand Pounds                  Thousand Dollars
     1996    192                    191         2,355                     449,805                          125,046
     1997    194                    193         1,930                     372,490                          109,140
     1998    198                    197         2,195                     432,415                          127,995
     1999    207                    206         2,175                     448,050                          120,077
     2000    190                    182         1,490                     271,180                           72,134
     2001    200                    199         2,675                     532,325                          128,823
     2002    185                    180         2,110                     379,800                           62,287
     2003    190                    185         2,750                     508,750                           93,101
     2004    200                    199         2,800                     557,200                           99,182
     2005    225                    223         2,750                     613,250                          103,639




18                                                                                  USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                 Peanuts: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                             2004                                     2005
               County
                                              Harvested      Yield       Production    Harvested       Yield       Production
                                               Acres                 Pounds              Acres                 Pounds
Autauga................................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Baldwin.................................        24,300      3,465         84,248,000      28,000      3,415         95,600,000
Barbour ................................         5,800      2,620         15,200,000       6,400      2,810         17,970,000
Bibb ......................................          *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Blount ...................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Bullock..................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Butler....................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Calhoun................................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Chambers.............................                *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Cherokee..............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Chilton ..................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Choctaw ...............................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Clarke...................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Clay ......................................          *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Cleburne...............................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Coffee...................................       12,100      2,430         29,400,000      17,400      2,445         42,565,000
Colbert..................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Conecuh...............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Coosa...................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Covington .............................          9,600      2,565         24,600,000       9,300      2,805         26,065,000
Crenshaw .............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Cullman ................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Dale......................................      11,300      2,420         27,350,000      12,700      2,975         37,785,000
Dallas ...................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
DeKalb .................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Elmore..................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Escambia .............................          14,200      3,425         48,655,000      20,200      2,965         59,860,000
Etowah .................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Fayette .................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Franklin ................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Geneva.................................         23,300      2,380         55,440,000      23,600      2,485         58,655,000
Greene .................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Hale......................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Henry....................................       21,900      2,610         57,200,000      23,300      2,685         62,552,000
Houston................................         40,300      2,530        101,964,000      37,200      2,400         89,205,000
Jackson ................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Jefferson ..............................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Lamar ...................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Lauderdale ...........................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Lawrence..............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Lee .......................................          *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Limestone.............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Lowndes...............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Macon ..................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Madison................................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Marengo ...............................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Marion ..................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Marshall................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Mobile...................................        4,600      3,240         14,913,000       5,000      3,335         16,680,000
Monroe .................................        11,200      3,515         39,345,000      11,800      2,220         26,180,000
Montgomery .........................                 *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Morgan .................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Perry.....................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Pickens.................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Pike ......................................      7,600      2,660         20,200,000       8,000      2,640         21,123,000
Randolph..............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Russell .................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Shelby ..................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
St. Clair ................................           *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Sumter..................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Talladega .............................              *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Tallapoosa............................               *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Tuscaloosa...........................                *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Walker ..................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Washington ..........................                *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Wilcox...................................            *          *                  *           *          *                  *
Winston ................................             *          *                  *           *          *                  *
State Total............................        199,000      2,800        557,200,000     223,000      2,750        613,250,000


USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                 19
            Soybeans Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                                  Leading Counties                                 Bushels
                                                                  Jackson ........................................ 610,000
                                                                  Madison........................................ 570,000
                                                                  Limestone..................................... 430,000
                                                                  DeKalb ......................................... 395,000




                                                                          Acreage Planted the Past Decade
                                                                    Thousand Acres
                                                              500


                                                              400


                                                              300


                                                              200


                                                              100
                                                                     96    97    98   99     00   01    02   03   04   05


                        Planted Acres




                        Soybean: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
                                                   Yield Per
     Year   Planted                Harvested                                    Production             Value of Production
                                                 Harvested Acre
                      Thousand Acres                Bushels               Thousand Bushels             Thousand Dollars
     1996    320                       305            34                         10,370                      76,738
     1997    350                       340            25                          8,500                      56,525
     1998    340                       320            22                          7,040                      37,312
     1999    240                       200            16                          3,200                      15,360
     2000    190                       160            18                          2,880                      13,680
     2001    140                       135            35                          4,725                      21,735
     2002    170                       155            24                          3,720                      20,646
     2003    170                       160            36                          5,760                      41,760
     2004    210                       190            35                          6,650                      41,563
     2005    150                       145            33                          4,785                      27,992




20                                                                                    USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                             Soybeans: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                              2004                                                        2005
          County
                                   Planted      Harvested            Yield        Production     Planted    Harvested            Yield        Production
                                             Acres                           Bushels                    Acres                            Bushels
Autauga .....................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Baldwin ......................      12,700           11,400           31               358,000          *             *             *                      *
Barbour......................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Bibb ...........................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Blount ........................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Bullock .......................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Butler .........................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Calhoun .....................        2,500            2,400           39                94,000      2,200         2,100            31                65,000
Chambers ..................              *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Cherokee ...................        12,000           11,400           40               461,000      6,900         6,800            41               280,000
Chilton .......................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Choctaw.....................             *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Clarke ........................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Clay ...........................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Cleburne ....................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Coffee ........................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Colbert .......................      2,100            1,900           35                67,000      2,000         1,900            31                59,000
Conecuh ....................             *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Coosa ........................           *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Covington ..................           700              700           27                19,000          *             *             *                     *
Crenshaw ..................              *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Cullman .....................        3,800            2,700           42               114,000      3,800         3,600            36               130,000
Dale ...........................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Dallas.........................      3,800            3,500           32               113,000          *             *             *                     *
DeKalb.......................       10,000            9,200           39               362,000     10,000        10,000            40               395,000
Elmore .......................           *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Escambia...................          2,000            1,500           33                50,000          *             *             *                     *
Etowah.......................        3,500            2,800           41               116,000      2,400         2,300            39                89,000
Fayette.......................       3,600            3,200           37               119,000          *             *             *                     *
Franklin......................       2,200            1,400           30                42,000          *             *             *                     *
Geneva ......................        2,900            2,700           36                96,000      1,300         1,200            41                49,000
Greene.......................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Hale ...........................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Henry .........................      1,500            1,400           30                42,000          -             -             -                     -
Houston .....................        6,600            6,300           29               185,000      3,400         3,300            32               104,000
Jackson .....................       28,500           26,000           34               891,000     19,000        19,000            32               610,000
Jefferson....................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Lamar ........................           *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Lauderdale.................          9,200            8,300           31               261,000      6,400         6,300            28               176,000
Lawrence ...................         4,900            4,600           36               167,000      3,000         2,900            30                87,000
Lee.............................         *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Limestone ..................        21,100           20,200           40               815,000     13,900        13,700            31               430,000
Lowndes ....................         1,100            1,000           25                25,000          *             *             *                     *
Macon........................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Madison .....................       26,700           24,600           35               870,000     18,300        18,100            31               570,000
Marengo ....................             *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Marion........................       2,600            2,500           38                96,000      3,100         3,000            33               100,000
Marshall .....................       5,500            4,600           30               140,000      3,800         3,500            31               108,000
Mobile ........................          -                -            -                     -          *             *             *                     *
Monroe ......................        1,600            1,600           34                54,000          *             *             *                     *
Montgomery...............                *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Morgan ......................        5,200            4,500           33               150,000      4,100         4,000            33               130,000
Perry ..........................     4,300            3,900           28               110,000          *             *             *                     *
Pickens ......................           *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                     *
Pike............................         *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
Randolph ...................             *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
Russell.......................           *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
Shelby........................           *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
St. Clair......................          *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
Sumter .......................           *                *             *                    *          *             *             *                      *
Talladega...................         6,400            5,700           37               211,000          *             *             *                      *
Tallapoosa .................             *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Tuscaloosa ................          1,300            1,300           44                57,000          *             *             *                      *
Walker .......................           *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Washington................               *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Wilcox ........................          *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
Winston......................            *                *            *                     *          *             *             *                      *
State Total ................. 210,000     190,000             35          6,650,000        150,000              145,000            33              4,785,000
* Counties with less than 500 planted acres or insufficient data are included in State Total.

USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                           21
                  Wheat Acreage And Production, 2005
                                                           Leading Counties                              Bushels
                                                           Madison ........................................300,000
                                                           Limestone .....................................225,000
                                                           Houston ........................................109,000
                                                           Lauderdale......................................93,000




                                                                     Acreage Planted the Past Decade
                                                               Thousand Acres
                                                         180
                                                         170
                                                         160
                                                         150
                                                         140
                                                         130
                                                         120
                                                         110
                                                         100
                                                          90
                                                                96   97     98   99   00   01   02    03   04    05
                     Planted Acres




                       Wheat: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 1996-2005
                                          Yield Per
 Year   Planted            Harvested                           Production                  Value of Production
                                        Harvested Acre
               Thousand Acres              Bushels        Thousand Bushels                 Thousand Dollars
 1996    110                    80           44                  3,520                               15,840
 1997    130                    90           42                  3,780                               12,096
 1998    120                    85           42                  3,570                                9,461
 1999    140                    90           48                  4,320                               10,368
 2000    140                    90           54                  4,860                               11,421
 2001    170                    70           48                  3,360                                8,568
 2002    150                    60           40                  2,400                                7,440
 2003    150                    75           42                  3,150                               10,080
 2004    120                    60           48                  2,880                               10,224
 2005    100                    45           50                  2,250                                6,750



22                                                                               USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                 Wheat: Acreage, Yield, and Production, 2004-2005
                                                           2004                                                       2005
          County
                                     Planted      Harvested     Yield        Production     Planted     Harvested            Yield        Production
                                               Acres                    Bushels                      Acres                           Bushels
Autauga .......................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Baldwin ........................      9,600            6,000     50               300,000        *                *            *                     *
Barbour ........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Bibb..............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Blount...........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Bullock .........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Butler ...........................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Calhoun .......................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Chambers ....................             *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Cherokee .....................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Chilton..........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Choctaw.......................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Clarke ..........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Clay..............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Cleburne ......................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Coffee ..........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Colbert .........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Conecuh ......................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Coosa ..........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Covington.....................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Crenshaw.....................             *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Cullman........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Dale .............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Dallas...........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
DeKalb .........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Elmore .........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Escambia .....................        2,600            1,700     66               113,000        *                *            *                     *
Etowah.........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Fayette.........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Franklin ........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Geneva ........................       5,100            2,700     34                92,000    3,000            1,900           44                83,000
Greene.........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Hale .............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Henry ...........................     2,800            2,700     41               110,000    2,700            2,300           36                83,000
Houston .......................       4,100            3,600     41               146,000    3,300            2,800           39               109,000
Jackson........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Jefferson ......................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Lamar...........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Lauderdale...................         4,000            3,200     44               142,000    5,800            1,500           62                93,000
Lawrence .....................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Lee...............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Limestone ....................       11,000            6,000     55               332,000    9,200            3,300           68               225,000
Lowndes ......................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Macon ..........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Madison .......................       8,000            5,000     51               256,000    5,600            4,700           64               300,000
Marengo.......................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Marion..........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Marshall .......................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Mobile ..........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Monroe.........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Montgomery.................               *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Morgan.........................           *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Perry ............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Pickens ........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Pike..............................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Randolph .....................            *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Russell .........................         *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Shelby..........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
St. Clair ........................        *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Sumter .........................          *                *      *                     *        *                *            *                     *
Talladega .....................       *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Tallapoosa ...................        *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Tuscaloosa ..................         *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Walker..........................      *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Washington..................          *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Wilcox ..........................     *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
Winston........................       *        *             *                    *          *                    *            *                  *
State Total ................... 120,000 60,000              48           2,880,000     100,000               45,000           50          2,250,000
*Counties with less than 500 planted acres or insufficient data are included in State Total.


USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                         23
                           Corn District Estimates, 2005 1/                   Cotton District Estimates, 2005 1/
                      Planted    Harvested      Yield       Production    Planted    Harvested      Yield        Production
                             Acres                      Bushels                  Acres             Pounds          Bales
District 10             68,000     64,000       133           8,490,000   232,000     231,500       758           365,600
District 20             56,000     52,000       123           6,420,000    40,000      39,700       874            72,300
District 30             20,000     18,000       116           2,080,000    24,000      23,500       758            37,100
District 40             21,000     18,000        96           1,735,000    50,000      47,000       717            70,200
District 50             16,000     13,000        97           1,260,000    67,000      66,500       657            91,000
District 60             39,000     35,000       109           3,815,000   137,000     136,800       743           211,800

State Total           220,000       200,000     119         23,800,000    550,000     545,000        747          848,000




                         Soybean District Estimates, 2005 1/                  Wheat District Estimates, 2005 1/
                      Planted      Harvested    Yield       Production    Planted    Harvested      Yield        Production
                             Acres                      Bushels                  Acres                      Bushels
District 10            52,000        51,000      31          1,585,000     30,000      14,000        63               880,000
District 20            50,000        49,000      35          1,720,000      6,000       4,000        50               200,000
District 30            16,000        15,000      39            588,000      5,000       3,000        32                95,000
District 40            15,000        14,000      28            390,000     21,000       6,000        38               230,000
District 50             9,000         8,500      30            257,000     11,000       6,000        53               315,000
District 60             8,000         7,500      33            245,000     27,000      12,000        44               530,000

State Total          150,000        145,000      33          4,785,000    100,000      45,000        50           2,250,000




                         Peanuts District Estimates, 2005 1/                Sorghum District Estimates, 2005 1/
                      Planted       Harvested   Yield       Production    Planted     Harvested     Yield        Production
                                Acres                   Pounds                    Acres                     Bushels
District 10                *              *         *                 *    1,000          500        60             30,000
District 20                *              *         *                 *      800          400        50             20,000
District 30            1,000          1,000     3,225         3,225,000         *            *        *                   *
District 40           10,000         10,000     3,010        30,100,000         *            *        *                   *
District 50           71,000         70,000     3,035       212,525,000         *            *        *                   *
District 60          143,000        142,000     2,585       367,400,000    6,500        4,300        52            225,000

State Total            225,000      223,000     2,750       613,250,000   10,000       6,000         53           318,000
* Included in State total.

1/ See page 93 for district boundaries.




24                                                                                         USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                               Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes, 1996-2005
                                        Potatoes                                                     Sweet Potatoes
  Year
               Planted          Harvested        Yield           Production     Planted      Harvested        Yield         Production
                      Thou Acres                 Cwt             Thou Cwt               Thou Acres             Cwt          Thou Cwt
  1996            7.8          7.6               153              1,159             4.4          4.2           170             714
  1997            6.4          6.2               155                962             3.9          3.6           150             540
  1998            5.4          5.2               130                676             3.8          3.7           170             629
  1999            4.5          3.8               203                773             3.3          3.2           130             416
  2000            4.4          3.5               170                595             3.3          3.2           145             464
  2001            3.6          3.3               160                528             3.0          2.9           170             493
  2002            2.7          2.7               190                513             2.8          2.6           185             481
  2003            3.0          1.8               185                333             2.7          2.5           190             475
  2004            2.3          1.3               175                228             2.8          2.3           165             380
  2005            1.6          1.3               150                195             2.7          2.5           150             375




                                         Potatoes: Acreage and Production, 2004-2005
                                                         2004                                               2005
           County
                                    Harvested            Yield         Production        Harvested          Yield           Production
                                      Acres                       Acres                    Acres                      Cwt
Baldwin..........................        545               139             75,600           465              114              53,000
Cullman .........................         80                94              7,500             75             113               8,500
DeKalb...........................        360               246             88,500           313              160              50,000
Jackson .........................        300               187             56,000           440              189              83,000
State Total .....................      1,300               175            228,000          1,300             150             195,000




                                      Sweet Potatoes: Acreage and Production, 2004-2005
                                                         2004                                               2005
           County
                                    Harvested            Yield         Production        Harvested          Yield           Production
                                     Acres                        Acres                    Acres                      Cwt
Baldwin .........................    1,300                165             215,000          1,400             126             177,000
Cullman.........................       900                178             160,000          1,000             192             192,000
State Total.....................     2,300                165             380,000          2,500             150             375,000




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                                                              Peaches and Pecans, 1996-2005
                                                    Peaches                                             Pecans
      Year                   Utilized              Marketing Year       Value of          Utilized     Marketing Year         Value of
                            Production             Average Price       Production        Production    Average Price         Production
                            Million Lbs               Cents/lb         Thou Dols         Million Lbs       Cents/lb          Thou Dols
     1996                    0.5 1/                    50.6               253                 12            53.0                6,360
     1997                        24                    30.2             7,248                 13            64.8                8,428
     1998                        15                    45.6             6,840                  5            87.0                4,350
     1999                        19                    29.7             5,643                 13            68.8                8,950
     2000                        13                    40.5             5,265                 15            80.0               12,000
     2001                        22                    41.8             9,196                 15            50.7                7,600
     2002                     20.3                     44.0             8,932                  5            63.4                3,170
     2003                       7.7                    47.0             3,619                  8            90.9                7,270
     Year                      Tons                 Dollars/ton        Thou Dols        Million Lbs       Cents/lb           Thou Dols
     2004                     10,000                    661              6,610              1.1            118.0                1,294
     2005                     10,000                    808              8,080              4.0            110.0                4,384
1/ Record low production due to freeze damage.
                                                    Peach Production, Leading Counties, 2000-2005
           County                      2000               2001            2002             2003            2004                2005
                                                                  Pounds                                              Tons
Blount........................          860,000            800,000       1,340,000          250,000           380                 600
Chilton.......................        8,200,000         16,000,000      15,330,000        5,440,000         7,880               8,180
Limestone ................                    *          1,200,000       1,360,000        1,500,000           760                 510
State Total.................         13,000,000         22,000,000      20,300,000        7,700,000        10,000              10,000

                                                    Pecan Production, Leading Counties, 2000-2005
           County                         2000                2001          2002             2003          2004                2005
                                                                                   Pounds
Autauga.......................            20,000             90,000               *                *             *                   *
Baldwin .......................        7,000,000          4,600,000       2,900,000       4,100,000              *                   *
Barbour .......................           40,000            700,000               *          95,000              *                   *
Bullock ........................          80,000          1,300,000               *         100,000              *                   *
Butler...........................        125,000            450,000          10,000                *             *                   *
Clarke..........................           3,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
Coffee .........................          40,000            200,000               *          45,000              *                   *
Conecuh......................             20,000             70,000               *                *             *                   *
Covington....................            140,000          1,000,000         200,000         322,000              *                   *
Crenshaw....................              75,000            500,000          30,000          50,000              *                   *
Cullman.......................             5,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
Dale.............................         15,000            190,000          35,000         175,000              *                   *
Dallas ..........................         15,000            150,000          40,000          60,000              *                   *
Elmore.........................            1,000             30,000               *                *             *                   *
Escambia ....................             55,000            200,000          20,000           50,000             *                   *
Geneva .......................            40,000            200,000          10,000          70,000              *                   *
Hale.............................         10,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
Henry ..........................          20,000            130,000          10,000          89,000              *                   *
Houston.......................            70,000            230,000          40,000          90,000              *                   *
Lee ..............................        50,000            160,000               *          30,000              *                   *
Lowndes......................            750,000            820,000               *         758,000              *                   *
Macon .........................           44,000            500,000          20,000         165,000              *                   *
Mobile .........................       6,000,000          1,000,000       1,000,000       1,300,000              *                   *
Monroe........................           125,000            500,000          50,000         145,000              *                   *
Montgomery ................               25,000            300,000          15,000          65,000              *                   *
Morgan........................            30,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
Perry ...........................         15,000             60,000               *          10,000              *                   *
Pike .............................        55,000            550,000          10,000          75,000              *                   *
Russell ........................           5,000            200,000          10,000                *             *                   *
Sumter ........................            5,000             50,000               *                *             *                   *
Tallapoosa ..................             12,000             30,000               *                *             *                   *
Tuscaloosa..................                   *                  *               *                *             *                   *
Washington .................              10,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
Wilcox .........................           2,000                  *               *                *             *                   *
State Total...................        15,000,000         15,000,000       5,000,000       8,000,000      1,100,000           4,000,000
*Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.


26                                                                                                     USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
         Vegetables And Blueberries for Fresh Market: Acreage, Yield, Production, and Value, 1996-2005
                                                                                                            Value of
       Year                Planted            Harvested     Yield Per Acre   Production   Average Price    Production

    Sweet Corn                        Acres                      Cwt         1,000 Cwt      Dols/Cwt      1,000 Dollars
      1996                 3,000                2,500            60            150           13.30           1,995
      1997                 3,000                2,600            50            130           17.00           2,210
      1998                 2,300                1,100            55             61           16.00             976
      1999                 2,400                2,100            62            130           14.50           1,885
      2000                 2,300                1,400            64             90           13.70           1,233
      2001                 2,200                2,000            68            136           17.60           2,394
      2002                 2,500                2,300            68            156           17.00           2,652
      2003                 2,400                1,900            66            125           17.20           2,150
      2004                 2,400                2,000            39             78           19.40           1,513
      2005                 1,500                1,100            40             44           19.20             845


     Tomatoes                         Acres                      Cwt         1,000 Cwt      Dols/Cwt      1,000 Dollars
       1996                2,600                2,400            125            312          22.00           6,875
       1997                2,400                2,100            150            315          24.00           7,560
       1998                1,800                1,200            160            192          31.00           5,952
       1999                1,300                1,100            195            215          20.80           4,472
       2000                1,400                1,100            220            242          25.90           6,268
       2001                1,000                  900            236            212          21.80           4,622
       2002                1,300                1,300            270            351          23.10           8,108
       2003                1,200                1,200            275            330          28.80           9,504
       2004                1,300                1,200            285            342          34.80          11,902
       2005                1,200                1,100            290            319          31.00           9,889


   Watermelons                        Acres                      Cwt         1,000 Cwt      Dols/Cwt      1,000 Dollars
       1996               10,700                9,000             94             846          4.00           3,384
       1997                6,900                5,000             85             425          6.10           2,592
       1998                5,300                3,700            100             370          7.20           2,664
       1999                6,800                4,700             71             334          5.60           1,870
       2000                5,600                3,900            130             507          5.60           2,839
       2001                4,800                3,400            180             612          6.60           4,039
       2002                5,700                5,000            125             625          6.65           4,156
       2003                4,600                3,300            165             545          7.40           4,033
       2004                4,100                3,200             90             288          7.20           2,074
       2005                3,600                2,900             70             203          9.50           1,929


   Blueberries 1/                     Acres                      Lbs         1,000 Lbs      Cents/Lb      1,000 Dollars
       1996                  na                  300            1,300            390          88.5             345
       1997                  na                  470            1,400            660          90.6             598
       1998                  na                  310            1,610            500         126.0             630
       1999                  na                  310            2,100            650         103.0             672
       2000                  na                  300            1,500            450          95.3             429
       2001                  na                  310            1,710            530          91.7             486
       2002                  na                  300            1,430            430          94.4             406
       2003                  na                  320            1,410            450         107.0             482
       2004                  na                  300            1,900            570         123.0             699
       2005                  na                  280            1,860            520          90.6             471
1/ Production and value are based on utilized production.




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                                   Floriculture: Selected Crops and State Totals, 2004 - 2005
                                                                                                                            Wholesale Value
                                                                           Growers             Quantity Sold
Plant Type                                                                                                                     Of Sales
                                                                        2004       2005      2004               2005       2004         2005

                                                                           Number                       1,000                 1,000 Dollars
Bedding/Garden Plants, Total                                                -          -            -                  -   68,000      76,870

Other Hanging Baskets, Flowering ......................                   23          26       201               275        1,194       1,628

 Hanging Baskets, Geraniums ............................                  32          32       199               220        1,341       1,439

 Hanging Baskets, Impatiens ..............................                20          20        91               100          536         577

 Hanging Baskets, New Guinea Impatiens .........                          22           -       155                     -    1,000              -

 Impatiens (Flats) ................................................       26          34       153               135        1,340       1,222

 Marigolds (Flats) ................................................       31          31       124               122        1,187       1,133

 Begonias (Flats).................................................        33          33       130               148        1,063       1,187

 Other Flowering and Foliage Type (Flats) .........                       30          32       934               889        8,499       7,939

 Other Potted Flowering and Foliar Type ...........                       19          23     4,251              5,113       7,039       8,253

 Petunias (Flats)..................................................       30          33       206               174        1,969       1,710

 Potted Geraniums (Cuttings) .............................                32          32       278               308          773         847

 Potted Hardy/Garden Mums ..............................                  23          24     2,592              2,302       4,707       4,470

 Potted Hosta ......................................................      19           -       396                     -      936              -

 Potted New Guinea Impatiens ...........................                  21          24       214               236          469         546


Flowering Potted Plants, Total.............................                    -       -            -                  -    7,862       7,115

 Lilies, Easter .....................................................      9          10       112                96          530         417

 Poinsettias ........................................................     28          28     1,253              1,124       4,664       4,552


Foliage For Indoor or Patio Use, Total.................                        -       -            -                  -    3,632       4,802

 Hanging Baskets, Foliage..................................               27          27       495               517        2,643       2,740

 Potted Foliage....................................................       12          13            -                  -      989       2,062

Growers with Gross                                                        Number of           Covered Area                 Wholesale Value
 Value of Sales:                                                           Growers         (1,000 Square Feet)             of Sales ($1,000)
 $100,000 and over .............................................           56       54        6,802      6,531             79,494       88,787

 Below $100,000 .................................................        119         113     1,821              1,778       5,873       5,327

 All Growers, Total ..............................................       175         167     8,623              8,309      85,367      94,114




28                                                                                                               USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                        Livestock Review 2006


On January 1, 2006, 1.28 million head of cattle and calves were on farms in Alabama. Cash receipts from farm
marketings totaled $462.9 million. There was a 5 percent decrease in the number of cattle and calves marketed. Prices
received by Alabama producers during 2005 was up to $84.00 per cwt for cattle and $127.00 for calves. Beef cow
inventory decreased 4 percent to 696,000 head and beef cow replacement heifers, at 85,000 head, were down 15
percent from the previous year. There were 14,000 milk cows in Alabama dairy herds, down 13 percent from the
previous year. The number of operations with milk cows during 2005 was estimated at 190. This number includes any
operation with one or more milk cows. Milk produced in the State totaled 224 million pounds in 2005, down 9 percent
from the previous year. Milk per cow averaged 14,000 pounds. Prices received for milk dropped to $16.90 in 2005.
Alabama cash receipts from milk decreased 13 percent in 2005 to $37.7 million. All hogs and pigs on hand December 1,
2005 numbered 160,000 head. The number of breeding hogs dropped to 18,000 and total market hogs decreased 12 percent
to 143,000 and 32,000 sows farrowed 285,000 pigs in 2005. The average number of pigs per litter was 8.91, compared with
8.83 a year ago. Cash receipts from hogs and pigs were $42.7 million and the average price received per cwt was $44.00.

Sales of catfish in Alabama decreased 4 percent to $97.6 million during 2005. There were 194 operations in the State producing
catfish on January 1, 2006. Water surface area was down 1,600 acres from last year, totaling 23,500 acres. Honey
production in 2005 totaled 858,000 pounds. There were 13,000 colonies producing honey in 2005. Yield per colony averaged
66 pounds, down 21 pounds from a year earlier. The average price per pound was 128 cents, down 13 cents from a year ago.



                                        Livestock and Poultry Receipts, 2005
 Commodity                   Receipts - $         Pct of Total

 Broilers                   2.41 bil.                     71.4   Cash receipts for Alabama’s livestock and poultry production
 Cattle & Calves          462.87 mil.                     13.7
 Eggs                     281.60 mil.                      8.3   totaled $3.38 billion for 2005.   Receipts for broilers and other
 Catfish                   97.60 mil.                      2.9   poultry & egg products were $2.70 billion, while cattle, calf and
 Other Lvstk and Poultry 43.06 mil.                        1.3
 Hogs                      42.69 mil.                      1.3   hog receipts were $505.56 million.    Catfish producers receipts
 Dairy                     37.69 mil.                      1.1   decreased 4 percent going from $101.2 million in 2004 to $97.6
 Lvstk and Poultry, Total   3.38 bil.                    100.0
                                                                 million in 2005.




                                 Alabama: Record Year Of Livestock and Poultry
             Livestock                       Unit            Record Number                                 Year
   Broiler Production, Annual               Mil Birds              1,051                                   2002

   Beef Cows                                Thou Hd                1,314                                   1976

   Catfish Sales, Annual                Thou Dols                101,198                                   2004

   Cattle and Calves, Jan 1.                Thou Hd                2,850                                   1976

   Egg Production, Annual                   Mil Eggs               3,354                                   1980

   Hogs and Pigs, Inventory Dec 1.          Thou Hd                1,640                                   1897

   Layer Inventory, Dec 1.                  Mil Birds              14.60                                   1965

   Milk Production, Annual                  Mil Lbs                1,360                                   1944




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                29
                                   Cattle and Calves, 2006
                                                                                Leading Counties



                                                                                Cullman .......................................... 68,000
                                                                                DeKalb .......................................... 63,600
                                                                                Montgomery ................................... 55,400
                                                                                Marshall.......................................... 42,800




                                                                                              Inventory the Past Decade
                                                                                 Mil Head
                                                                          2.0
                                                                          1.9
                                                                          1.8
                                                                          1.7
                                                                          1.6
                                                                          1.5
                                                                          1.4
                                                                          1.3
                              Cattle Inventory                            1.2
                                                                                  97    98    99    00    01     02    03     04   05    06




                         Cattle and Calves: January 1 Inventory and Value, 1997-2006
                          Heifers 500 lbs & Over for:           Steers     Bulls          Calves                      Value
       Beef   Milk                                                                                                                  Total
Year                    Beef            Milk            Other   500 lbs   500 lbs         Under          Total         Per
       Cows   Cows                                                                                                                  Value
                     Replacement    Replacement         Uses    & Over    & Over          500 lbs                     Head

                                               Thousand Head                                                          Dollars       Thou $

1997   829     31       138               11             46       80             55          410         1,600         360              576,000
1998   822     28       122               11             42       70             55          400         1,550         450              697,500
1999   793     27       111                9             50       72             53          385         1,500         460              690,000
2000   793     27        95               10             45       65             55          370         1,460         540              788,400
2001   737     23       100                9             36       60             50          345         1,360         580              788,800
2002   750     20       102                7             41       60             50          340         1,370         590              808,300
2003   761     19       118                7             40       75             55          365         1,440         570              820,800
2004   732     18       105                7             33       55             50          360         1,360         630              856,800
2005   724     16       100                7             33       45             45          350         1,320         750              990,000
2006   696     14        85                6             29       60             50          340         1,280         820          1,049,600



30                                                                                            USDA, NASS, Alabama Statistical Office
                           Cattle and Calves: Inventory, Supply, and Disposition, 1996-2005
              Beginning       Calf                          Marketings        Farm                 Deaths              Ending
    Year                                 Inshipments
              Inventory       Crop                       Cattle    Calves   Slaughter        Cattle     Calves        Inventory
                                                                Thousand Head
    1996         1,750        790            45           686        232        2               27          38         1,600
    1997         1,600        770            8            569        196        2               21          40         1,550
    1998         1,550        740            26           565        195        2               24          30         1,500
    1999         1,500        720            35           531        206        2               24          32         1,460
    2000         1,460        690            24           549        210        2               22          31         1,360
    2001         1,360        680            18           462        170        2               22          32         1,370
    2002         1,370        690            16           423        154        2               23          34         1,440
    2003         1,440        680            15           580        141        2               25          27         1,360
    2004         1,360        670            10           535        131        2               22          30         1,320
    2005         1,320        630            13           511        121        2               21          28         1,280


                                   Cattle and Calves: Production and Income, 1996-2005
                                                    Price per 100 lbs                        Value of Home
    Year         Production         Marketings                               Cash Receipts                         Gross Income
                                                   Cattle        Calves                       Consumption
                    Thousand Pounds                       Dollars                            Thousand Dollars
    1996          535,183       678,900               41.30         49.20      286,067           1,690               287,757
    1997          556,289       597,105               57.60         79.10      359,946           2,493               362,439
    1998          594,350       646,365               56.00         75.10      375,931           2,036               377,967
    1999          608,358       658,050               60.10         84.70      414,492           2,243               416,735
    2000          502,932       592,200               70.00        102.00      438,060           2,737               440,797
    2001          493,218       490,960               70.30        100.00      362,816           2,774               365,590
    2002          496,347       454,800               63.50         90.00      305,778           2,926               308,704
    2003          522,247       598,380               68.60         96.10      425,889           3,043               428,932
    2004          518,834       553,020               80.70        125.00      469,323           3,010               472,333
    2005          489,920       526,460               84.00        127.00      462,866           2,936               465,802




                                       Cattle: Marketings & Cash Receipts
           Millions
           800
           700
           600
           500
           400
           300
           200
           100
             0
                    1996      1997      1998      1999    2000      2001       2002      2003        2004   2005
                                                              Year
                                           Marketings (lbs.)                Cash Receipts ($)




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                  31
                                                      Alabama Cattle: Number on Farms, January 1
                                                        2004                            2005                               2006
             County
                                           All Cattle          Beef Cows   All Cattle          Beef Cows      All Cattle          Beef Cows
                                                        Head                            Head                               Head
Autauga............................         11,000               6,000       12,000               6,000         11,800               6,300
Baldwin ............................        33,000              15,500       29,000              13,500         26,600              12,000
Barbour ............................        19,500              11,000       17,000               9,200         17,400               9,600
Bibb..................................       4,000               2,000        3,700               1,900          3,800               2,000
Blount...............................       37,000              21,000       34,800              20,700         34,500              20,200
Bullock .............................        9,000               6,000        8,900               5,600         10,500               5,900
Butler................................      16,000               8,500       10,000               6,000          8,000               5,000
Calhoun............................         15,000               8,000       13,300               7,200         13,200               7,800
Chambers ........................           14,000               8,000       14,500               8,800         12,900               7,700
Cherokee .........................          15,000               8,000       13,500               7,800         13,000               7,700
Chilton..............................       15,000               8,500       15,500               7,900         14,400               7,800
Choctaw ...........................          7,000               4,000        6,500               3,500          6,800               3,400
Clarke...............................        6,000               3,500        6,800               4,100          6,000               3,000
Clay..................................      20,000              11,000       16,000               9,500         15,000               8,700
Cleburne ..........................         12,000               7,000       11,000               6,800         10,700               6,800
Coffee ..............................       33,000              17,000       25,000              12,300         20,700               9,500
Colbert .............................       12,000               7,000       12,500               7,400         13,000               7,600
Conecuh...........................          13,000               7,000       13,000               6,400         12,000               6,100
Coosa...............................         4,500               3,000        4,900               3,000          5,200               3,200
Covington.........................          34,000              18,000       33,000              19,800         31,000              16,000
Crenshaw.........................           22,500              13,000       25,200              11,700         25,000              11,000
Cullman............................         70,000              37,000       68,500              38,000         68,000              38,000
Dale..................................      14,500               9,000       13,500               8,700         14,000               8,800
Dallas ...............................      27,000              16,000       30,000              17,800         28,600              15,400
DeKalb .............................        60,000              33,000       64,000              35,000         63,600              34,500
Elmore..............................        14,500               8,000       13,500               8,000         14,000               7,800
Escambia .........................          12,000               6,000       12,600               6,000         12,700               5,400
Etowah .............................        23,000              11,000       20,200              10,000         20,000              10,000
Fayette .............................        8,000               4,000        8,500               3,900          8,300               3,600
Franklin ............................       28,000              16,000       26,500              15,300         24,000              15,200
Geneva ............................         36,500              16,000       33,000              15,700         32,800              15,000
Greene .............................        15,500               9,000       17,000               9,800         15,200               9,000
Hale..................................      25,500              12,000       24,500              11,300         23,000              10,400
Henry ...............................       14,000               8,000       16,500               9,500         15,500               8,400
Houston............................         23,500              13,000       22,000              12,300         22,400              12,000
Jackson............................         35,000              20,000       31,200              20,200         32,000              22,000
Jefferson ..........................         4,500               2,500        4,100               2,300          4,400               2,500
Lamar...............................         8,000               3,500        7,200               3,300          8,000               3,700
Lauderdale .......................          32,000              19,000       35,800              20,000         32,600              18,800
Lawrence .........................          32,000              19,000       35,800              21,000         32,000              17,800
Lee ...................................      7,500               4,000        7,300               3,700          7,000               3,200
Limestone ........................          27,000              14,000       26,000              14,200         23,500              12,900
Lowndes...........................          37,500              21,000       37,000              20,700         35,800              21,000
Macon ..............................         9,500               5,000        9,400               5,000          9,200               4,300
Madison ...........................         22,000              12,000       21,400              13,000         20,700              12,400
Marengo...........................          24,500              11,000       24,000              10,000         23,000               9,200
Marion ..............................       17,000              10,000       19,000              11,000         18,400              10,900
Marshall ...........................        44,000              26,000       43,000              25,500         42,800              25,600
Mobile ..............................       16,000               8,000       14,000               6,800         13,900               7,200
Monroe.............................         15,000               8,000       13,700               7,700         13,500               7,800
Montgomery .....................            57,000              21,000       50,000              25,200         55,400              28,000
Morgan.............................         31,000              15,000       29,000              13,900         28,000              13,400
Perry ................................      15,500               9,000       19,200              10,200         18,300               7,700
Pickens ............................        17,000               9,000       18,000              10,000         16,000               9,000
Pike ..................................     23,500              13,000       24,000              14,300         23,200              14,000
Randolph..........................          20,000              12,000       20,800              11,600         20,500              12,500
Russell .............................        6,000               4,000        5,800               3,500          5,000               3,200
Shelby ..............................        9,000               4,500        9,300               4,300          6,700               3,900
St. Clair ............................      14,000               9,000       12,500               7,800         12,200               7,900
Sumter .............................        21,500              12,000       19,500              10,900         18,200              10,000
Talladega .........................         20,000              11,000       18,700              11,000         21,000              10,300
Tallapoosa .......................           7,500               4,500        8,000               4,900          8,100               5,100
Tuscaloosa.......................            8,500               5,000        7,500               3,800          8,200               4,100
Walker..............................        10,500               5,500        9,000               4,400         10,500               4,700
Washington ......................            8,000               4,500        8,000               4,400          7,000               3,700
Wilcox ..............................       15,000               9,000       16,400               8,800         13,500               8,400
Winston ............................        20,000              10,000       19,000              10,200         17,800              10,000
State Total........................       1,360,000            732,000     1,320,000            724,000      1,280,000             696,000


32                                                                                                         USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                             Hogs and Pigs, 2005
                                                                                 Leading Counties                                     Head
                                                                                 Calhoun.................................................... *
                                                                                 Dallas ...................................................... *
                                                                                 Dekalb ............................................ 69,000
                                                                                 Franklin .................................................... *
                                                                                 Greene ..................................................... *
                                                                                 Jackson .................................................... *
                                                                                 Marshall.................................................... *
                                                                                 Pickens........................................... 29,000
                                                                                 St.Clair ..................................................... *
                                                                                 Sumter...................................................... *

                                                                                * Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.




                                                                                                    Inventory the Past Decade
                                                                                       Thou Head
                                                                                 350


                                                                                 300


                                                                                 250


                                                                                 200


                                                                                 150
                                                                                         96    97    98   99   00    01    02   03    04    05


                             Hog and Pig Inventory




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                         Hogs and Pigs: December 1 Inventory and Value, 1996-2005
    Year   Breeding                            Market Hogs and Pigs                                                 Value Per              Total
             Hogs                                                                                     Total           Head                 Value
                      Under 60 Lbs.      60-119 Lbs.     120-179 Lbs.   180 Lbs. +      Total

                                                  Thousand Head                                                       Dollars           Thou Dols
    1996     25            52                43              38            37            170           195             91.00                 18,200
    1997     20            60                40              40            30            170           190             80.00                 15,200
    1998     15            72                38              35            30            175           190             44.00                  8,360
    1999     15            51                38              35            36            160           175             71.00                 12,425
    2000     15            54                34              31            31            150           165             76.00                 12,540
    2001     15            63                42              37            38            180           195             76.00                 14,820
    2002     12            67                29              28            29            153           165             70.00                 11,550
    2003     15            65                30              27            28            150           165             66.00                 10,890

    2004     18            69                32              30            31            162           180            100.00                 18,000

    2005     17            60                30              27            26            143           160             92.00                 14,720




USDA, NASS, Alabama Statistical Office                                                                                                              33
                        Hogs: Inventory, Supply, and Disposition, 1996-2005
                 Beginning                                                                                          Ending
     Year                        Pig Crop    Inshipments       Marketings    Farm Slaughter      Deaths
                 Inventory                                                                                         Inventory
                                                             Thousand Head
     1996           230            311            36              363             4.0                15              195
     1997           195            287            41              318             3.0                12              190
     1998           190            290           100              369             3.0                18              190
     1999           190            267           215            470.5             1.5                25              175
     2000           175            244           250              486             1.0                17              165
     2001           165            249           185              390             1.0                13              195
     2002           195            217           125              356             1.0                15              165
     2003           165            220           140              345             1.0                14              165
     2004           165            256           171              394             1.0                17              180
     2005           180            285           176              461             1.0                19              160


                              Hogs: Production and Income, 1996-2005
                                             Price Per 100                              Value of Home
     Year        Production    Marketings                        Cash Receipts                                   Gross Income
                                                  lbs                                    Consumption
                     Thousand Pounds            Dollars                             Thousand Dollars
     1996          99,242       103,699          47.50              49,570                   627                    50,197
     1997          83,458        87,705          48.70              43,308                   512                    43,820
     1998          74,687        82,981          30.40              26,702                   327                    27,029
     1999          77,849        96,478          29.70              29,973                   206                    30,179
     2000          75,668        89,620          39.50              39,095                   225                    39,320
     2001          65,408        68,212          41.60              31,367                   345                    31,712
     2002          48,638        57,760          31.70              20,331                   180                    20,511
     2003          48,718        52,670          33.80              19,852                   185                    20,037
     2004          47,762        52,610          43.90              26,395                   242                    26,637
     2005          82,155        90,492          44.00              42,690                   241                    42,931




                               Hogs: Marketings & Cash Receipts
        Millions
        200

        150

        100

            50

             0
                 1996     1997     1998     1999     2000      2001     2002      2003        2004        2005
                                                        Year
                                    Marketings (lbs.)                Cash Receipts ($)




34                                                                                        USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                              Hogs and Pigs: Number on Farms, December 1, 1999-2005
                   County                              1999     2000     2001         2002            2003            2004       2005
                                                                                      Head
Autauga ........................................           *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Baldwin .........................................      1,700    1,000        *            *               *               *          *
Barbour .........................................      2,000        *        *            *               *               *          *
Bibb...............................................        *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Blount............................................         *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Bullock ..........................................         *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Butler ............................................        *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Calhoun ........................................           *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Chambers .....................................             *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Cherokee ......................................            *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Chilton...........................................         *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Choctaw........................................            *        *        *            *               *               *          *
Clarke ...........................................         *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Clay...............................................    1,800        *        *           *               *                *          *
Cleburne .......................................           *        *        *       1,200           1,100                *          *
Coffee ...........................................     3,400    2,800    2,500       3,100           1,500                *          *
Colbert ..........................................         *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Conecuh .......................................            *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Coosa ...........................................         *         *        *            *               *             *            *
Covington......................................         800         *        *            *               *             *            *
Crenshaw......................................            *         *        *            *               *             *            *
Cullman.........................................          *         *        *            *               *             *            *
Dale ..............................................       *         *        *            *               *             *            *
Dallas............................................        *         *        *            *               *        12,000            *
DeKalb ..........................................     51,000   49,000   60,000      60,000          60,000         70,000       69,000
Elmore ..........................................          *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Escambia ......................................            *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Etowah..........................................           *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Fayette..........................................          *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Franklin .........................................         *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Geneva .........................................       1,300    1,000      800         750             700                *          *
Greene..........................................           *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Hale ..............................................        *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Henry ............................................     2,200    1,000    1,600           *               *                *          *
Houston ........................................           *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Jackson.........................................       7,500    8,000   10,000           *               *                *          *
Jefferson .......................................         *         *        *            *               *               *          *
Lamar............................................       700         *        *            *               *               *          *
Lauderdale....................................          700     1,200    1,300            *               *               *          *
Lawrence ......................................         600       600        *            *               *               *          *
Lee................................................       *         *        *            *               *               *          *
Limestone .....................................           *         *        *            *               *               *          *
Lowndes .......................................            *        *        *           *               *               *           *
Macon ...........................................          *        *        *           *               *               *           *
Madison ........................................       4,300    3,500    3,000           *               *               *           *
Marengo........................................            *        *        *           *               *               *           *
Marion...........................................          *        *        *           *               *               *           *
Marshall ........................................      3,000    2,800    2,400       1,400           5,000           5,700           *
Mobile ...........................................         *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Monroe..........................................           *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Montgomery..................................               *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Morgan..........................................           *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Perry .............................................        *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Pickens .........................................     26,000   26,000   30,000      31,000          32,000         40,000       29,000
Pike...............................................        *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Randolph ......................................            *        *      900           *               *              *            *
Russell ..........................................         *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Shelby...........................................          *        *        *           *               *              *            *
St. Clair .........................................        *        *        *           *               *              *            *
Sumter ..........................................          *   13,500   18,000      13,000          13,000         18,000            *
Talladega......................................            *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Tallapoosa ....................................            *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Tuscaloosa ...................................             *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Walker...........................................          *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Washington...................................          1,800    1,400    1,300       2,000           2,000                *          *
Wilcox ...........................................         *        *        *           *               *                *          *
Winston.........................................           *        *        *           *               *                *          *
State Total .................................... 175,000 165,000  195,000         165,000         165,000         180,000      160,000
*Counties with less than 500 head or where publication would disclose individual operations are included in the State Total.



USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                         35
                                                Catfish: Quarterly Inventory, 2002-2006
       Date                Broodfish                         Total Food Size          Total Stockers                                  Fingerlings 1/
                      Number        Pounds                Number        Pounds      Number       Pounds                             Number       Pounds
                                                                           Thousand
January
2002                       70                360          66,450             88,600            72,800             19,000               53,000             2,400
2003                      380              1,280          82,300            110,740           142,100             22,500               50,800             1,720
2004                       80                440          71,640             96,450           258,100             38,100               52,800             1,890
2005                      100                500          66,000             89,300           143,600             29,500               51,500             1,700
2006                      100                400          66,700             90,900           302,400             38,200              166,000             6,000

July
2002                      135                  960            72,900        104,300           153,900             52,700              121,700             1,540
2003                       65                  400            76,800         96,850            90,800             23,600               92,500             1,430
2004                      130                  730            60,900         84,100           113,200             30,000               91,000             1,220
2005                      100                  460            66,800         93,500           121,300             27,100               48,000               900
2006                       80                  360            68,700         90,700           139,800             33,900               74,000             1,100
1/ Fingerling inventory for July includes fry.

               Total Annual Sales, Number of Operations and Water Surface Acreage, 2002-2006
                  Item                                 Unit              2002            2003              2004                  2005                  2006
Total Annual Sales                                   $1,000            76,045          85,159           101,198                97,602                   N/A
Operations, Jan 1                                    Number               240             231               230                   230                   194
Water Surface Area, Jan 1                             Acres            25,900          25,500            25,400                25,100                23,500


                                               Catfish Water Surface Acres, 2006
                                                                                Leading Counties                                       Acres
                                                                                Autauga ................................................... *
                                                                                Barbour ..................................................... *
                                                                                Dale ........................................................... *
                                                                                Dallas ........................................................ *
                                                                                Greene .............................................. 4,045
                                                                                Hale ................................................... 9,400
                                                                                Lee ............................................................ *
                                                                                Marengo ............................................ 1,400
                                                                                Morgan ...................................................... *
                                                                                Perry.................................................. 2,975
                                                                                Pickens................................................. 375
                                                                                Sumter............................................... 1,500
                                                                                Wilcox........................................................ *
                                                                                * Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.




                                                                                                     Water Surface Acres
                                                                                       Thou Acres
                                                                                28.0
                                                                                27.0
                                                                                26.0
                                                                                25.0
                         Catfish Water Acres
                                                                                24.0
                                                                                23.0
                                                                                22.0
                                                                                21.0
                                                                                20.0
                                                                                         97     98     99    00     01    02     03     04    05     06




36                                                                                                                  USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                Catfish: Quarterly Inventory, 2001-2005
                           Broodfish                         Total Food Size          Total Stockers                                 Fingerlings 1/
       Date
                      Number        Pounds                Number        Pounds      Number       Pounds                            Number       Pounds
                                                                           Thousand
January
2001                      155                890          46,990             60,100           60,000             16,500               57,000                2,350
2002                       70                360          66,450             88,600           72,800             19,000               53,000                2,400
2003                      380              1,280          82,300            110,740          142,100             22,500               50,800                1,720
2004                       80                440          71,640             96,450          258,100             38,100               52,800                1,890
2005                      100                500          66,000             89,300          155,400             31,100              101,000                2,200

July
2001                      160                  890            56,170         71,000           71,600              21,500             118,500                1,860
2002                      135                  960            72,900        104,300          153,900              52,700             121,700                1,540
2003                       65                  400            76,800         96,850           90,800              23,600              92,500                1,430
2004                      130                  730            60,900         84,100          113,200              30,000              91,000                1,220
2005                      100                  460            66,800         93,500          121,300              27,100              48,000                  900
1/ Fingerling inventory for July includes fry.

               Total Annual Sales, Number of Operations and Water Surface Acreage, 2001-2005
                Item                                   Unit             2001            2002                2003                  2004                  2005
Total Annual Sales                                   $1,000            69,965          76,045             85,159              101,198                     N/A
Operations, Jan 1                                    Number               270             240                231                  230                     230
Water Surface Area, Jan 1                             Acres            24,400          25,900             25,500               25,400                  25,100


                                               Catfish Water Surface Acres, 2005
                                                                                  Leading Counties                                        Acres
                                                                                  Autauga................................................... *
                                                                                  Barbour .................................................... *
                                                                                  Dallas .................................................3,900
                                                                                  Escambia .................................................. *
                                                                                  Greene ...............................................3,800
                                                                                  Hale..................................................11,000
                                                                                  Lee ............................................................ *
                                                                                  Marengo.............................................1,500
                                                                                  Montgomery .............................................. *
                                                                                  Perry ..................................................1,700
                                                                                  Pickens .................................................450
                                                                                  Sumter ...............................................1,600
                                                                                  Tuscaloosa................................................ *
                                                                                  Wilcox ....................................................... *
                                                                                  * Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations.




                                                                                                     Water Surface Acres
                                                                                        Thou Acres
                                                                                28.0
                                                                                27.0
                                                                                26.0
                                                                                25.0
                         Catfish Water Acres                                    24.0
                                                                                23.0
                                                                                22.0
                                                                                21.0
                                                                                20.0
                                                                                19.0
                                                                                        96      97   98     99    00     01     02     03     04       05




36                                                                                                                  USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                    Sheep and Lambs: Number, Value per Head, and Total Value, 1997-2000
                          Stock Sheep                   Replacement                Total             Average Value                    Total
   Year
                   Ewes                 Rams                Lambs                Inventory                Per Head                    Value

                                  Thousand Head                                                            Dollars           Thousand Dollars
   1997             4.9                  0.5                 1.6                   9.0                       71                       639
   1998             5.1                  0.4                 1.5                   8.5                      100                       850
   1999             4.1                  0.3                 1.1                  6.5                       100                       650
   2000                                         Estimates were discontinued as of January 1, 2000

                          Sheep and Lambs: Inventory, Supply, and Disposition, 1997-1999
   Year      Production    Marketings   Sheep       Lambs     Cash Receipts          Value of Home Consumption                   Gross Income
                Thousand Pounds          Dollars per Cwt                                Thousand Dollars
   1997         184         274           37          85          162                         12                                         174
   1998         241         447           32          70          213                         14                                         227
   1999                                        Estimates were discontinued as of January 1, 2000

                                                Honey Production 1996-2005
   Year     Honey Producing Colonies    Yield Per Colony    Production     Average Price Per Pound                     Value of Production
                   Thousand                  Pounds         Thousand               Cents                                Thousand Dollars
   1996               15                       64               960                    87                                       835
   1997               14                       66               924                    81                                       748
   1998               16                       71             1,136                    72                                       818
   1999               17                       68             1,156                    56                                       647
   2000               16                       78             1,248                    59                                       736
   2001               14                       73             1,022                    72                                       736
   2002               12                       86             1,032                 118                                      1,218
   2003               13                       82             1,066                 124                                      1,322
   2004               12                       87             1,044                 141                                      1,472
   2005               13                       66               858                 128                                      1,098
                                          Milk Cows and Production, 2005-2006
                                                                          Leading Counties                                  Thou Lbs.

                                                                         Cullman............................................25,500
                                                                         Geneva ...........................................19,000
                                                                         Marengo.....................................................*
                                                                         Morgan.............................................27,000




                                                                                           Milk Cows the Past Decade
                                                                                  Thou Head
                                                                           33
                                                                           30
                                                                           27
                                                                           24
                                                                            21
                                                                           18
                                                                           15
                                 Milk Cows                                 12
                                                                                   97      98   99   00    01     02   03   04   05      06




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                37
                                                  Milk Cows: Inventory and Production, 2004-2006
                                                     2004                                 2005                                2006
          County
                                    Milk Cows January 1 Milk Production   Milk Cows January 1 Milk Production          Milk Cows January 1
                                           Head             Thou Lbs.            Head                Thou Lbs.                Head
Autauga ......................                *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Baldwin .......................               *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Barbour.......................                *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Bibb ............................             *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Blount .........................              *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Bullock ........................              *                  *                  *                     *                      *
Butler ..........................             *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Calhoun ......................                *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Chambers ...................                  *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Cherokee ....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Chilton ........................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Choctaw......................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Clarke .........................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Clay ............................             *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Cleburne .....................                *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Coffee .........................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Colbert ........................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Conecuh .....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Coosa .........................               *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Covington ...................               600              9,000                600                 8,000                     500
Crenshaw ...................                  *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Cullman ......................            1,700             23,500              1,600                25,500                   1,400
Dale ............................             *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Dallas..........................              *                  *                  *                     *                       *
DeKalb........................             500                   *                  *                     *                      *
Elmore ........................              *                   *                  *                     *                      *
Escambia....................                 *                   *                  *                     *                      *
Etowah........................               *                   *                  *                     *                      *
Fayette........................            900              12,500                900                12,500                    800
Franklin.......................              *                   *                  *                     *                      *
Geneva .......................            1,000             19,000              1,200                19,000                   1,200
Greene........................                *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Hale ............................           700              6,500                500                 7,500                     500
Henry ..........................              *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Houston ......................                *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Jackson ......................                *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Jefferson.....................               *                   *                  *                      *                      *
Lamar .........................            500                   *                  *                      *                      *
Lauderdale .................                 *                   *                  *                      *                      *
Lawrence ....................                *                   *                  *                      *                      *
Lee..............................            *                   *                  *                      *                      *
Limestone ...................                *                   *                  *                      *                      *
Lowndes .....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Macon.........................                *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Madison ......................                *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Marengo .....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Marion.........................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Marshall ......................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Mobile .........................            700              6,500                700                 5,500                     700
Monroe .......................                *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Montgomery................                    *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Morgan .......................            1,800             30,000              1,500                27,000                   1,500
Perry ...........................             *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Pickens .......................               *                  *                  *                     *                       *
Pike.............................             *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Randolph ....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Russell........................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Shelby.........................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
St. Clair.......................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Sumter ........................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Talladega....................                 *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Tallapoosa..................                  *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Tuscaloosa .................                  *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Walker ........................               *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Washington ................                   *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Wilcox .........................              *                  *                  *                      *                      *
Winston.......................                *                  *                  *                      *                      *
State Total .................. 18,000              245,000                    16,000                224,000                  14,000
*Counties with less than 500 head or where publication would disclose individual operations are included in State Total.



38                                                                                                       USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                 Poultry Review 2005



Alabama broiler producers marketed 1,057.3 million birds during the 2005 marketing year, an increase of 1 percent from
2004. Cullman was the leading broiler county, followed by DeKalb, Marshall, and Coffee. Cash receipts amounted to
$2.41 billion, up slightly from the previous year. Alabama ranked third in broiler production behind Georgia and Arkansas.
Commercial broiler hatcheries in Alabama hatched 1.32 billion chicks for the period October 1, 2004 through
September 30, 2005, up 2 percent from the previous year. Alabama hatcheries shipped 237.3 million broiler-type chicks
to other states, including 60.1 million to Mississippi and 101.5 million to Georgia. Chicks shipped into Alabama numbered
28.9 million. Egg-type hatchery data are not published to avoid disclosing individual operations.

During 2005, Alabama's laying flocks produced 2.07 billion eggs, down 1 percent from the previous year. Cash receipts
from eggs were $281.6 million, down 2 percent from the previous year. Alabama ranked 14th nationally in egg production.
There were 9.14 million layers 20 weeks old and older on hand December 1, 2005 compared with 9.24 million in 2004.
Cullman County had the largest layer inventory, followed by DeKalb, Marshall and Baldwin counties.



                                                        Poultry Facts

Y A cockerel is a male chicken under one year of age; cock or a rooster is a male more than one year old; pullet is a
  female under one year, and a hen is a female over one year of age

Y A broiler or fryer is a young meat-type chicken that can be cooked tender by broiling or frying and usually weighing
  between 2 ½ and 3 ½ pounds

Y A roaster is a young meat type chicken that can be cooked tender by roasting and usually weighing 4 pounds or
  more

Y Laying hens will start to lay eggs at about 20 weeks of age




             Annual Egg Production
    Year         Total       Table           Hatching                                Alabama Egg Production
                                   Million
                                                                                               .
                                                                Table Eggs (Bil)                                         Hatching Eggs (Bil)
    1996        2,481        1,085             1,396
                                                                1.25                                                                           1.70
    1997        2,499        1,091             1,408                                                                                           1.65
                                                                1.00
    1998        2,507        1,092             1,415                                                                                           1.60

    1999        2,450          959             1,491            0.75                                                                           1.55

    2000        2,371          791             1,580                                                                                           1.50
                                                                0.50
    2001        2,359          730             1,629                                                                                           1.45
                                                                0.25
    2002        2,281          635             1,646                                                                                           1.40

    2003        2,190          589             1,601            0.00                                                                           1.35
                                                                       1996   1997   1998   1999   2000    2001   2002    2003   2004   2005

    2004        2,099          517             1,582                                               Table    Hatching

    2005        2,071          461             1,610




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                      39
                                             Broilers Produced, 2005

                                                                            Leading Counties                   Thousand Birds
                                                                            Cullman ........................................ 174,910
                                                                            DeKalb ........................................... 92,305
                                                                            Marshall.......................................... 60,373
                                                                            Coffee............................................. 52,569




                                                                                       Production the Past Decade
                                                                          Mil Birds
                                                                      1,100

                                                                      1,050

                                                                      1,000

                                                                          950

                                                                          900
                              Broiler Production
                                                                          850
                                                                                 96   97    98    99   00    01 02      03   04      05




                           Commercial Broilers: Production and Value of Production, 1996-2005
                                                Average
                          Number                                  Pounds                   Price Per                    Value of
      Year                                     Liveweight
                         Produced                                Produced                   Pound                      Production
                                               Per Broiler
                            Mil                 Pounds              Bil                      Cents                     Bil Dollars
      1996                873.3                   4.8              4.19                       39.0                        1.63
      1997                906.2                   4.8              4.35                       38.0                        1.65
      1998                921.8                   4.9              4.52                       40.0                        1.81
      1999                971.2                   5.1              4.95                       38.0                        1.88
      2000               1,038.7                  5.1              5.30                       33.0                        1.75
      2001               1,007.6                  5.1              5.14                       39.0                        2.00
      2002               1,051.3                  5.1              5.36                       30.0                        1.61
      2003               1,039.4                  5.2              5.40                       34.0                        1.84
      2004               1,052.0                  5.2              5.47                       44.0                        2.41
      2005               1,057.3                  5.3              5.60                       43.0                        2.41
 Marketing year: December 1 - November 30.




40                                                                                               USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                Layers 20 Weeks and Older, 2005

                                                                       Leading Counties                  Thousand Birds
                                                                       Cullman ............................................ 1,396
                                                                       DeKalb ............................................. 1,289
                                                                       Marshall............................................... 724
                                                                       Baldwin................................................ 591




                                                                                  Inventory the Past Decade
                                                                           Mil Birds
                                                                    11.0


                                                                    10.5


                                                                    10.0


                                                                     9.5
                            Layer Inventory
                                                                     9.0
                                                                            96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05




                              Poultry: December 1 Inventory and Value, 1996-2005
                                                                               All Chickens (excluding broilers)
   Year     Layers 20 Weeks           Pullets Less      Other                             Value                    Total
             Old and Older         Than 20 Weeks Old   Chickens      Number              Per Bird                  Value


                               Thousand Head                      Thousand Head          Dollars            Thousand Dollars

  1996             10,610                   3,845          990       15,445                4.60                    71,047
  1997             10,492                   4,566         1,033      16,091                5.10                    82,064
  1998             10,635                   4,399         1,034      16,068                5.20                    83,554
  1999             10,495                   4,513         1,124      16,132                5.40                    87,113
  2000             10,183                   4,366         1,098      15,647                5.30                    82,929
  2001             10,390                   4,413         1,100      15,903                4.90                    77,925
  2002              9,645                   4,385         1,226      15,256                3.60                    54,922
  2003              9,328                   3,983         1,114      14,425                4.20                    60,585
  2004              9,237                   4,025         1,004      14,266                3.70                    52,784
  2005             9,138                    4,045         1,034      14,217                4.00                    56,868




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                     41
                                                  Poultry: Inventory and Production, 2004-2005
                                                      2004                                                         2005
         County                     Broilers      All                    Annual Egg          Broilers          All                       Annual Egg
                                  Produced 1/ Chickens 2/  Layers        Production        Produced 1/     Chickens 2/ Layers            Production
                                                 Thousand                  Million                       Thousand                          Million
Autauga ....................                 *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Baldwin .....................                *          688       688           193.6                  *            592           591            155.4
Barbour.....................            20,416            *         *               *             20,608              *             *                *
Bibb ..........................              *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Blount .......................          54,456          266       242            61.1             50,565            284           270             65.4
Bullock ......................           2,892            *         *               *              4,424              *             *                *
Butler ........................         23,454               *       *                 *          15,676              *              *                 *
Calhoun ....................             8,697              95      39               8.0          13,143            133             48                10
Chambers .................                   *               *       *                 *               *              *              *                 *
Cherokee ..................              5,141               *       *                 *           6,742              *              *                 *
Chilton ......................               *               *       *                 *               *              *              *                 *
Choctaw....................              2,106               *       *                 *             351              *              *                 *
Clarke .......................               *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                   *
Clay ..........................         11,472            *         *               *             19,540              *             *                   *
Cleburne ...................            19,767          242       101            20.6             23,586            265           132                27.8
Coffee .......................          53,613          387       149            32.3             52,569            407           162                35.7
Colbert ......................          11,738          124        62            14.7             11,608             88            33                 7.6
Conecuh ...................                  *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                   *
Coosa .......................                *            *          *              *                 *               *             *                *
Covington .................             21,618          669        545          119.7            19,166             650           553            122.9
Crenshaw .................              42,717          357        223           50.1            50,505             372           213             47.3
Cullman ....................           165,160        2,488      1,521          355.7           174,910           2,354         1,396            320.9
Dale ..........................         24,370            *          *              *            23,795               *             *                *
Dallas........................               *            *          *              *                 *               *             *                *
DeKalb......................           107,160        2,146      1,320          296.3             92,305          2,098         1,289            297.8
Elmore ......................                *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Escambia..................                   *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Etowah......................            23,927            *          *              *             17,099              *             *                *
Fayette......................            2,015            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Franklin.....................           49,399          464        325           75.3             50,039            434           226             51.6
Geneva .....................            31,079          534       282            59.9             27,166            536           345                75.1
Greene......................                 *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                   *
Hale ..........................              *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                   *
Henry ........................           7,535            *         *               *              7,618              *             *                   *
Houston ....................                 *            *         *               *              1,758              *             *                   *
Jackson ....................            30,291          485       279            58.8             36,451            583           350                 78
Jefferson...................                 *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Lamar .......................                *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Lauderdale ...............               3,960            *         *               *              5,424              *             *                *
Lawrence ..................             26,984          307       218            49.0             27,744            326           260             57.9
Lee............................              *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Limestone .................              7,436            *         *               *              7,584              *             *                *
Lowndes ...................             10,418            *         *               *              7,838              *             *                *
Macon.......................                 *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Madison ....................                 *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Marengo ...................                  *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                *
Marion.......................           17,130            *         *               *             14,993              *             *                *
Marshall ....................           64,204        1,196       912           222.3             60,373          1,031           724            180.8
Mobile .......................               *                                                         *              *             *                   *
Monroe .....................             1,564            *         *               *              1,568              *             *                   *
Montgomery..............                 9,445            *         *               *             10,973              *             *                   *
Morgan .....................            32,393            *         *               *             31,855              *             *                   *
Perry .........................              *            *         *               *                  *              *             *                   *
Pickens .....................           23,367          690       405            76.8             25,853            710           407                76.1
Pike...........................         34,816          486        344           75.9             34,738            474           359             78.7
Randolph ..................             17,312          550        429           87.6             19,172            687           557            115.6
Russell......................                *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Shelby.......................                *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
St. Clair.....................          15,258            *          *              *             16,907              *             *                *
Sumter ......................                *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Talladega..................              7,672            *          *              *             11,361              *             *                *
Tallapoosa................                 606            *          *              *                923              *             *                *
Tuscaloosa ...............               5,278            *          *              *              5,840              *             *                *
Walker ......................           18,422          100         48           10.8             20,455              *             *                *
Washington ..............                5,110            *          *              *              3,394              *             *                *
Wilcox .......................               *            *          *              *                  *              *             *                *
Winston.....................            27,465          358        236           52.3             27,746            440           307             69.6
State Total ................         1,052,000       14,266      9,237        2,099.0          1,057,300         14,217         9,138          2,071.0
*Not published to avoid disclosing individual operations.1/ Marketing year: October 1 - September 30. 2/ December 1 inventory, excluding broilers.



42                                                                                                             USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                            Prices Review 2005


                                   Marketing Year Average Prices Received by Farmers, 1996-2005 1/
       Commodity          Unit        1996       1997       1998      1999       2000        2001       2002       2003       2004         2005
Corn                      $/bu.        3.45       2.82       2.31      2.26       2.16        2.35       2.72        2.36       2.48        2.35
Cotton                    ct/lb.       70.9       67.3       60.6      47.8       52.8        27.7       43.5       59.6        40.6        49.5
Cottonseed                $/ton      113.00    111.00     111.00      79.00      92.00      76.00       85.50      98.50       91.00       82.00
Soybeans                  $/bu.        7.40       6.65       5.30      4.80       4.75        4.60       5.55       7.25        6.25        5.85
Sorghum Grain            $/cwt.        4.90       3.95       4.10      3.50       3.48        3.75       4.10       4.10        4.00        3.25
Potatoes                 $/cwt.        9.20       8.75     12.90       8.15      11.50      10.40       11.60       9.25        6.60        7.10
Sweet Potatoes           $/cwt.       12.10     20.50      15.10      17.40      15.20      18.20       14.80      25.50       20.80       21.40
Peanuts                   ct/lb.       27.8       29.3       29.6      26.8       26.6        24.2       16.4       18.3        17.8        16.9
Wheat                     $/bu.        4.50       3.20       2.65      2.40       2.35        2.55       3.10       3.20        3.55        3.00
Hay                       $/ton       49.00     47.00      53.00      55.00      56.00      55.00       57.00      58.00       57.00       57.00
Peaches 3/                $/ton        50.5       30.2       45.6      29.7       40.5        41.8       44.0     940.00     661.00      808.00
Pecans                    $/lb.       53.10     64.80      87.00      68.80      80.00      50.70       63.40      90.90        1.18        1.10
Sweet Corn               $/cwt.       13.30     17.00      16.00      14.50      13.70      17.60       17.00      17.20       19.40       19.20
Blueberries               $/lb.       0.885     0.906      1.260      1.030      0.953      0.917       0.944      1.070       1.230        .906
Tomatoes                 $/cwt.       22.00     24.00      31.00      20.80      25.90      21.80       23.10      28.80       34.80       31.00
Watermelons              $/cwt.        4.00       6.10       7.20      5.60       5.60        6.60       6.65       7.40        7.20        9.50
Broilers                  ct/lb.       39.0       38.0       40.0      38.0       33.0        39.0       30.0       34.0        44.0        43.0
Eggs 2/                  ct/doz.       62.0       55.9       49.0      42.0       42.0        46.7       40.7       57.6        56.4        34.5
Hogs                     $/cwt.       47.50     48.70      30.40      29.70      39.50      41.60       31.70      33.80       43.90       44.00
All Beef Cattle          $/cwt.       41.30     57.60      56.00      60.10      70.00      70.30       63.50      68.60       80.70       84.00
Steers and Heifers       $/cwt.       46.40     67.20      65.20      71.30      83.10      82.90       75.00      82.70       96.40     101.00
Calves                   $/cwt.       49.20     79.10      75.10      84.70    102.00      100.00       90.00      96.10     125.00      127.00
Milk Cows                $/head       1,090     1,090      1,110      1,240      1,300      1,550       1,550      1,350       1,600       1,750
Milk, Wholesale          $/cwt.       16.40     14.80      16.50      16.50      14.20      16.90       14.00      14.10       17.90       16.90
Catfish, Foodsize         ct/lb.       71.0       71.0       68.0      67.0       69.0        59.0       52.0       52.0        66.0        65.0
Honey                     ct/lb.       87.0       81.0       72.0      56.0       59.0        72.0      118.0      124.0       141.0       128.0
1/ Marketing year average prices are weighted prices for commodities sold during the marketing year. They represent average prices received
by farmers at point of first sale for all grades and qualities. 2/ Estimates are for market eggs only. 3/ Unit change in 2003 from ct/lb to $/ton.




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                   43
                                                                            Cash Receipts Review 2005


Total Farm Receipts for 2005 totaled $4.73 billion, an increase of $110 million (2 percent) from the previous year. These
receipts included returns for livestock and poultry, crops, government agricultural payments, farm forest products, and
other farm related income. Total Farm and Forestry Receipts were $5.15 billion compared with $5.47 billion in 2004.

Receipts for All Agricultural Commodities included $3.38 billion for Livestock and Poultry and $721.9 million for crops.
Higher returns were realized for hogs, broilers, cotton and greenhouse & nursery commodities, while receipts for cattle,
dairy, eggs, catfish, and most crop commodities were down from previous year.

Broiler Chickens continued to lead the way as Alabama’s # 1 agricultural commodity with receipts of $2.41 billion. These
receipts virtually unchanged from previous year and accounted for nearly 47 percent of Total Farm and Forestry Receipts.
Cattle and Calves contributed $462.9 million in sales, down 1 percent from a year earlier. Receipts for Eggs amounted to
$281.6 million compared with $288.0 million in 2004. Greenhouse, Sod and Nursery returned $276.1 million, while
Alabama Cotton farmers racked up $183.2 million in receipts. Together, these five commodities accounted for 42 percent
of Total Farm and Forestry Receipts.


                                             TOTAL FARM AND FORESTRY RECEIPTS: LEADING COUNTIES, 2005
                           County                                         (000)                      County                                      (000)
                           Cullman .................................. 533,559                        Crenshaw ............................. 153,831
                           DeKalb ................................... 339,243                        Franklin................................. 151,300
                           Marshall ................................. 205,231                        Baldwin ................................. 143,437
                           Coffee..................................... 177,224                       Jackson ................................ 142,410
                           Blount ..................................... 162,347                      Geneva ................................. 135,447



                ALABAMA FARM & FORESTRY RECEIPTS                                                   TOTAL FARM AND FORESTRY RECEIPTS - 2005
                           1996 - 2005                                                                                    Percents By Commodity
                                                                                                                                                     .

     Bil Dollars
     6.0                                                                                                         Broilers                                                          46.8
                                                                                                                Forestry                       9.2
     5.5
                                                                                                         Cattle & Calves                       9.0
     5.0                                                                                                           Eggs                  5.5
     4.5                                                                                      Greenhouse, Sod & Nursery                  5.4

     4.0                                                                                                          Cotton               3.6
                                                                                                                Peanuts            2.0
     3.5
                                                                                                                  Catfish          1.9
     3.0                                                                                                           Hogs          0.8
     2.5                                                                                                           Corn          0.8

     2.0                                                                                                           Dairy         0.7
                                                                                                             Vegetables          0.7
     1.5
                                                                                                               Soybeans          0.6
     1.0                                                                                                            Hay          0.4
                                                                                                        Fruits & Pecans         0.4
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                        Other Income        Forestry    Crops     Livestock & Poultry          .
                                                                                               *These 15 commodities accounted for nearly 88% of Total Farm & Forestry Receipts.




For counties with limited production of a specific commodity, cash receipts (starting on page 46) for that commodity are not published, but are included in the county’s Total
Farm Receipts. USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) supplied Information on government payments and stumpage revenue for farm forest products and non-farm
commercial timber was provided by the Alabama Forestry Commission. Other farm income includes money received for machine hire and custom work, custom feeding
fees, and other farm business-related income. These receipts are not published separately but are included in each county’s Total Farm Receipts.




44                                                                                                                                              USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                     Cash Receipts by Commodities, 1985-2005
Commodity                                   1985         1990        1995         2000           2003      2004       2005

                                                                              Million Dollars

Total Livestock and Poultry               1,301.2      2,129.7      2,144.2      2,645.6        2,739.2   3,378.5   3,375.1
  Cattle and Calves                         346.3        554.8        308.3        438.1          425.9     469.3     462.9
  Hogs                                       50.9         96.1         43.6         39.1           19.9      26.4      42.7
  Dairy                                      78.7         81.1         66.9         49.0           35.3      43.5      37.7
  Broilers                                  629.2      1,165.3      1,438.2      1,748.1        1,837.7   2,407.0   2,409.6
  Eggs                                      160.0        170.4        216.7        259.6          295.1     288.0     281.6
  Catfish                                      1/         31.0         50.9         81.6           85.2     101.2      97.6
  Other Livestock and Poultry                36.1         31.1         19.6         30.1           40.3      43.2      43.1

Total Crops                                 753.1        635.7       704.0         539.3         805.9     695.5     721.9
   Wheat                                     37.6         19.1        11.4          10.9           9.4      10.0       6.9
   Corn                                      36.3         17.9        40.4          19.7          37.9      48.6      40.3
   Hay                                        9.9         15.1        17.3          17.1          19.1      24.6      22.9
   Cotton                                   147.8        136.8       167.4         113.5         290.5     149.1     183.2
   Peanuts                                  133.9        104.8       139.2          72.1          93.1      99.2     103.6
   Soybeans                                 131.0         50.6        35.4          13.5          34.0      39.0      29.3
   Potatoes                                  11.8         18.3        15.0           7.5           2.9       1.4       1.3
   Sweet Potatoes                            11.4          7.4        11.0           7.1          10.4       9.4       6.7
   Total, Horticulture Crops                202.6        256.3       259.0         272.1         304.1     295.2     308.5
     Greenhouse, Sod and Nursery            114.2        185.5       179.2         216.6         257.5     264.4     276.1
     Fruits and Pecans                       16.4         15.4        22.1          21.5          18.1      15.3      19.7
     Other Vegetables                        72.0         55.4        57.8          34.0          28.5      15.5      12.7
   Other Crops                               30.8          9.6         7.9           5.7           4.5       4.4       4.3

Total, All Commodities                    2,054.4      2,765.5      2,848.2      3,270.9        3,545.2   4,074.0   4,097.0

  Government Payments                        60.4         82.2        53.4         170.9         220.1     130.5     203.4
  Farm Forest Products                       93.8         79.0       177.1         179.5          65.9     123.5      59.9
  Other Farm Income 2/                       33.6        224.3       246.1         293.3         296.5     293.4     371.0

Total, Farm Receipts                      2,242.1      3,151.0      3,341.3      3,914.6        4,127.7   4,621.4   4,731.4

   Non Farm Commercial Timber               283.9        299.0       657.6         698.2         465.4     846.0     414.1


Total, Farm and Forestry Receipts         2,526.0      3,450.0      3,982.4      4,612.8        4,593.0   5,467.4   5,145.5
1/ Included in Other Livestock and Poultry.
2/ Includes machine hire and custom work, custom feeding fees, and other farm business-related income.
   Data may not be comparable for all years.




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                              45
                                                    Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                                           Cattle                       Hogs                            Dairy
                 County                           2004               2005       2004             2005            2004             2005
                                                                                   Thousand Dollars
 Autauga .................................         4,267              4,267        *                  *             *                *
 Baldwin ..................................       10,311              9,619        *                  *             *                *
 Barbour ..................................        6,044              6,292        *                  *             *                *
 Bibb........................................      1,316              1,374        *                  *             *                *
 Blount.....................................      12,373             12,476        *                  *             *                *
 Bullock ...................................       3,164              3,797        *                  *             *                *
 Butler......................................      3,555              2,893        *                  *             *                *
 Calhoun .................................         4,729              4,773        *                  *             *                *
 Chambers ..............................           5,155              4,665        *                  *             *                *
 Cherokee ...............................          4,800              4,701        *                  *             *                *
 Chilton....................................       5,511              5,207        *                  *             *                *
 Choctaw .................................         2,311              2,459        *                  *             *                *
 Clarke.....................................       2,418              2,170        *                  *             *                *
 Clay........................................      5,689              5,424        *                  *             *                *
 Cleburne ................................         3,911              3,869        *                  *             *                *
 Coffee ....................................       8,889              7,485        *                  *             *                *
 Colbert ...................................       4,444              4,701        *                  *             *                *
 Conecuh ................................          4,622              4,339        *                  *             *                *
 Coosa.....................................        1,742              1,880        *                  *            *                 *
 Covington...............................         11,733             11,210        *                  *        1,598             1,346
 Crenshaw...............................           8,960              9,040        *                  *            *                 *
 Cullman..................................        24,355             24,590        *                  *        4,172             4,290
 Dale........................................      4,800              5,063        *                  *            *                 *
 Dallas .....................................     10,666             10,342    1,760                  *            *                 *
 DeKalb ...................................       22,755             22,999   10,265           18,410              *                 *
 Elmore....................................        4,800              5,063        *                *              *                 *
 Escambia ...............................          4,480              4,592        *                *              *                 *
 Etowah ...................................        7,182              7,232        *                *              *                 *
 Fayette ...................................       3,022              3,001        *                *          2,219             2,103
 Franklin ..................................       9,422              8,679        *                *              *                 *
 Geneva ..................................        11,733             11,861        *                  *        3,373             3,197
 Greene ...................................        6,044              5,497        *                  *            *                 *
 Hale........................................      8,711              8,317        *                  *        1,154             1,262
 Henry .....................................       5,867              5,605        *                  *            *                 *
 Houston .................................         7,822              8,100        *                  *            *                 *
 Jackson..................................        11,093             11,572        *                  *            *                 *
 Jefferson ................................        1,458              1,591        *                  *             *                *
 Lamar.....................................        2,560              2,893        *                  *             *                *
 Lauderdale.............................          12,729             11,789        *                  *             *                *
 Lawrence ...............................         12,729             11,572        *                  *             *                *
 Lee .........................................     2,595              2,531        *                  *             *                *
 Limestone ..............................          9,244              8,498        *                  *             *                *
 Lowndes.................................         13,155             12,946       *                   *             *                *
 Macon ....................................        3,342              3,327       *                   *             *                *
 Madison .................................         7,609              7,485       *                   *             *                *
 Marengo.................................          8,533              8,317       *                   *             *                *
 Marion ....................................       6,755              6,654       *                   *             *                *
 Marshall .................................       15,289             15,477     836                   *             *                *
 Mobile ....................................       4,978              5,026        *                *          1,154               925
 Monroe...................................         4,871              4,882        *                *              *                 *
 Montgomery...........................            17,777             20,033        *                *              *                 *
 Morgan...................................        10,311             10,125        *                *          5,326             4,543
 Perry ......................................      6,827              6,618        *                *              *                 *
 Pickens ..................................        6,400              5,786    5,866            7,738              *                 *
 Pike ........................................     8,533              8,389        *                  *             *                *
 Randolph ...............................          7,395              7,413        *                  *             *                *
 Russell ...................................       2,062              1,808        *                  *             *                *
 Shelby ....................................       3,307              2,423        *                  *             *                *
 St. Clair ..................................      4,444              4,412        *                  *             *                *
 Sumter ...................................        6,933              6,581    2,636                  *             *                *
 Talladega ...............................         6,649              7,594        *                  *             *                *
 Tallapoosa .............................          2,844              2,929        *                  *             *                *
 Tuscaloosa ............................           2,667              2,965        *                  *             *                *
 Walker....................................        3,200              3,797        *                  *             *                *
 Washington............................            2,844              2,531        *                  *             *                *
 Wilcox ....................................       5,831              4,882        *                  *             *                *
 Winston ..................................        6,755              6,437        *                  *             *                *
 State Total .............................       469,323            462,866   26,395           42,690         43,497            37,687
 * Included in State Total.


46                                                                                                        USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                   Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                                     Broilers                    Eggs                    Catfish       Total Livestock and Poultry
               County                           2004            2005     2004           2005      2004         2005       2004          2005
                                                                                        Thousand Dollars
Autauga ................................             *           *           *           *           *             *      4,493           4,469
Baldwin .................................            *           *      26,559      21,129           *             *     38,416          31,970
Barbour.................................        46,712      46,966           *           *           *             *     57,670          58,798
Bibb ......................................          *           *           *           *           *             *      1,487           1,539
Blount ...................................     124,595     115,238       8,382       8,892           *             *    147,425         138,530
Bullock ..................................       6,617      10,082           *           *           *             *     11,683          15,404
Butler ....................................     53,663      35,726           *           *           *             *     59,955          41,346
Calhoun ................................        19,899      29,953       1,097       1,360           *             *     28,318          39,168
Chambers .............................               *           *           *           *           *             *      5,368           4,850
Cherokee ..............................         11,763      15,365           *           *           *             *     16,979          20,448
Chilton ..................................           *           *           *           *           *             *      6,207           6,305
Choctaw................................          4,819         800           *           *           *             *      7,478           3,338
Clarke ...................................           *           *           *           *           *             *      2,508           2,675
Clay ......................................     26,248      44,532           *           *           *             *     33,621          51,387
Cleburne ...............................        45,227      53,752       2,826       3,780           *             *     52,640          62,034
Coffee ...................................     122,666     119,805       4,431       4,854           *             *    140,406         135,424
Colbert ..................................      26,857      26,455       2,017       1,033           *             *     34,084          33,149
Conecuh ...............................              *           *           *           *           *             *      5,069           4,471
Coosa ...................................            *           *           *           *           *            *       1,919           2,055
Covington .............................         49,462      43,679      16,421      16,710           *            *      80,286          73,938
Crenshaw .............................          97,736     115,101       6,873       6,431           *            *     114,286         131,360
Cullman ................................       377,886     398,620      48,797      43,631           *            *     458,644         474,616
Dale ......................................     55,759      54,229           *           *           *            *      62,956          61,832
Dallas....................................           *           *           *           *      20,170       13,220      33,599          27,298
DeKalb..................................       245,182     210,363      40,649      40,490           *            *     322,542         295,702
Elmore ..................................            *           *           *           *           *            *       5,701           5,737
Escambia..............................               *           *           *           *           *            *       4,692           4,689
Etowah..................................        54,745      38,969           *           *           *            *      65,096          50,569
Fayette..................................        4,610           *           *           *           *            *      10,166           8,160
Franklin.................................      113,025     114,039      10,330       7,016           *            *     136,333         133,788
Geneva .................................        71,109      61,911       8,218      10,211           *            *      95,318          88,153
Greene..................................             *           *           *           *      16,158       14,995      22,505          22,368
Hale ......................................          *           *           *           *      45,965       43,295      57,001          54,119
Henry ....................................      17,240      17,361           *           *           *            *      23,274          23,619
Houston ................................             *       4,006           *           *           *            *      14,855          15,168
Jackson ................................        69,306      83,072       8,067      10,605           *            *      91,317         108,820
Jefferson...............................             *           *           *           *           *            *       2,354           2,452
Lamar ...................................            *           *           *           *           *            *       3,718           5,184
Lauderdale ...........................           9,060      12,361           *           *           *            *      25,790          29,061
Lawrence ..............................         61,739      63,229       6,722       7,872           *            *      82,919          84,347
Lee........................................          *           *           *           *           *            *       3,297           3,379
Limestone .............................         17,014      17,284           *           *           *            *      32,481          31,925
Lowndes ...............................         23,836      17,863           *           *           *            *      38,088          31,870
Macon...................................             *           *           *           *           *            *       4,213           4,172
Madison ................................             *           *           *           *           *            *      11,216           8,327
Marengo ...............................              *           *           *           *       5,100        5,350      16,738          16,786
Marion...................................       39,193      34,169           *           *           *            *      48,291          43,624
Marshall ................................      146,899     137,590      30,497      24,582           *            *     195,646         180,984
Mobile ...................................           *           *           *           *           *            *       6,525           6,319
Monroe .................................         3,578       3,573           *           *           *            *       8,542           8,550
Montgomery..........................            21,610      25,007           *           *           *            *      41,652          46,504
Morgan .................................        74,115      72,598           *           *           *            *      91,781          88,934
Perry .....................................          *           *           *           *       5,780       12,525      13,679          20,222
Pickens .................................       53,464      58,919      10,536      10,347       1,014        1,388      78,103          85,104
                                                                                                     *            *
Pike.......................................     79,659      79,168      10,413      10,700           *            *     100,226          99,615
Randolph ..............................         39,610      43,693      12,018      15,717           *            *      60,525          68,069
Russell..................................            *           *           *           *           *            *       3,956           3,809
Shelby...................................            *           *           *           *           *            *       5,132           3,896
St. Clair.................................      34,910      38,531           *           *           *            *      40,976          45,123
Sumter ..................................            *           *           *           *       5,289        4,830      15,240          14,913
Talladega..............................         17,554      25,892           *           *           *            *      25,139          34,465
Tallapoosa............................           1,387       2,104           *           *           *            *       4,602           5,256
Tuscaloosa ...........................          12,076      13,309           *           *           *            *      16,127          17,378
Walker ..................................       42,150      46,617       1,482           *           *            *      47,354          51,232
Washington ..........................           11,692       7,735           *           *           *            *      15,607          10,474
Wilcox ...................................           *           *           *           *           *            *       6,554           5,770
Winston.................................        62,840      63,233       7,175       9,463           *            *      77,762          80,049
State Total ............................      2,406,974   2,409,58     287,956     281,595      101,19       97,602    3,378,533      3,375,088
* Included in State Total.


USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                  47
                                                 Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                                        Corn                    Hay                         Wheat
                County
                                                2004            2005     2004           2005        2004            2005
                                                                           Thousand Dollars
Autauga .................................         286             403      365           255            *               *
Baldwin ..................................      1,117             694      279           244        1,038               *
Barbour..................................         695             616      322           360            *               *
Bibb .......................................        *               *      118           105            *               *
Blount ....................................       339             271      654           557            *               *
Bullock ...................................         *               *      215           209            *               *
Butler .....................................        *               *      375           314            *               *
Calhoun .................................         351               *      365           360            *               *
Chambers ..............................             *               *      300           279            *               *
Cherokee ...............................          665             433      343           255            *               *
Chilton ...................................         *               *      472           383            *               *
Choctaw.................................            *               *      139            93            *               *
Clarke ....................................         *               *      150           105            *               *
Clay .......................................        *               *      215           163            *               *
Cleburne ................................           *               *      139           174            *               *
Coffee ....................................     1,553           1,293      504           511            *               *
Colbert ...................................     2,577           2,492      279           290            *               *
Conecuh ................................          294             264      204           197            *               *
Coosa ....................................          *               *      118           105            *               *
Covington ..............................          545             213      493           557            *               *
Crenshaw ..............................             *               *      311           348            *               *
Cullman .................................         553             548    1,276         1,115            *               *
Dale .......................................      693             430      386           430            *               *
Dallas.....................................       653               *      429           464            *               *
DeKalb...................................       3,580           2,905      794           755            *               *
Elmore ...................................        643             459      440           360            *               *
Escambia...............................           531             364      172           105          391               *
Etowah...................................         399             471      483           406            *               *
Fayette...................................        432             369      172           186            *               *
Franklin..................................          *               *      472           418            *              19
Geneva ..................................       1,141           1,171      343           290          318             256
Greene...................................         191               *      247           290            *               *
Hale .......................................        *               *      236           232            *               *
Henry .....................................       904             755      461           325          381             256
Houston .................................         892             841      322           290          505             336
Jackson .................................       5,798           4,948      880           813            *               *
Jefferson................................           *               *      225           163            *               *
Lamar ....................................          *              85      204           186            *               *
Lauderdale.............................         2,402           1,889      697           755          492             287
Lawrence ...............................        4,034           3,463      590           523            *               *
Lee.........................................        *               *      268           151            *               *
Limestone ..............................        2,889           1,923      536           546        1,149             694
Lowndes ................................            *               *      418           464            *               *
Macon....................................           *               *      118           116            *               *
Madison .................................       3,649           3,001      526           453          886             926
Marengo ................................            *               *      300           337            *               *
Marion....................................        580             339      386           302            *               *
Marshall .................................        939           1,065      676           662            *               *
Mobile ....................................         *               *      333           319            *               *
Monroe ..................................         170               *      161           197            *               *
Montgomery...........................               *               *      472           499            *               *
Morgan ..................................       1,139             843      708           604            *               *
Perry ......................................        *               *      150           139            *               *
Pickens ..................................          *               *      386           383            *               *
Pike........................................      681             682      601           639            *               *
Randolph ...............................            *               *      204           163            *               *
Russell...................................          *               *      193           139            *               *
Shelby....................................          *               *      204           151            *               *
St. Clair..................................         *               *      397           418            *               *
Sumter ...................................          *              85      333           279            *               *
Talladega...............................        1,634           1,557      429           348            *               *
Tallapoosa .............................            *               *      129           163            *               *
Tuscaloosa ............................           888             728      225           232            *               *
Walker ...................................          *               *      397           430            *               *
Washington............................            201             151      129            99            *               *
Wilcox ....................................         *               *      440           302            *               *
Winston..................................           *               *      311           383            *               *
State Total .............................      48,622          40,287   24,618        22,888        9,969           6,944
* Included in State Total.




48                                                                                             USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                 Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                                         Cotton                      Peanuts                      Soybeans
                County
                                                2004               2005     2004                2005     2004                2005
                                                                              Thousand Dollars
Autauga .................................        2,068              2,636        *                   *        *                   *
Baldwin ..................................       3,138              3,630   14,996              16,156    2,098                   *
Barbour..................................        1,522              2,204    2,706               3,037        *                   *
Bibb .......................................         *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Blount ....................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Bullock ...................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Butler .....................................         *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Calhoun .................................        1,211              1,659        *                   *      551                 398
Chambers ..............................              *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Cherokee ...............................         5,221              7,627        *                   *    2,701               1,715
Chilton ...................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Choctaw.................................             *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Clarke ....................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Clay .......................................         *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Cleburne ................................            *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Coffee ....................................      3,545              5,596    5,233               7,193        *                   *
Colbert ...................................      8,702              8,103        *                   *      393                 361
Conecuh ................................           995              1,588        *                   *        *                   *
Coosa ....................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Covington ..............................         3,603              6,417    4,379               4,405      111                   *
Crenshaw ..............................              *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Cullman .................................          586                  *        *                   *      668                 796
Dale .......................................     1,924              3,544    4,868               6,386        *                   *
Dallas.....................................      3,523              3,198        *                   *      662                   *
DeKalb...................................            *                  *        *                   *    2,121               2,419
Elmore ...................................       3,669              3,803        *                   *        *                   *
Escambia...............................          3,767              4,797    8,661              10,116      293                   *
Etowah...................................          989              1,534        *                   *      680                 545
Fayette...................................           *                  *        *                   *      697                 447
Franklin..................................           *                  *        *                   *      246                 202
Geneva ..................................        4,492              6,914    9,868               9,913      563                 300
Greene...................................            *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Hale .......................................         *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Henry .....................................      4,613              7,714   10,182              10,571      246                   *
Houston .................................        6,218              9,291   18,150              15,076    1,084                 637
Jackson .................................            *              2,917        *                   *    5,221               3,735
Jefferson................................            *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Lamar ....................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Lauderdale.............................          8,885              9,766        *                   *    1,529               1,078
Lawrence ...............................        12,421             12,899        *                   *      979                 533
Lee.........................................       625                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Limestone ..............................        21,031             24,848        *                   *    4,775               2,633
Lowndes ................................             *                  *        *                   *      146                   *
Macon....................................        1,689              1,599        *                   *        *                   *
Madison .................................       19,877             21,391        *                   *    5,098               3,491
Marengo ................................             *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Marion....................................           *                  *        *                   *      563                 612
Marshall .................................           *                  *        *                   *      820                 661
Mobile ....................................      2,468              2,722    2,655               2,819        *                   *
Monroe ..................................        3,781                  *    7,003               4,424      316                   *
Montgomery...........................                *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Morgan ..................................          786                  *        *                   *      879                 796
Perry ......................................         *                  *        *                   *      645                   *
Pickens ..................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Pike........................................     1,229              2,031    3,596               3,570        *                   *
Randolph ...............................             *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Russell...................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Shelby....................................       1,365              1,512        *                   *        *                   *
St. Clair..................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Sumter ...................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Talladega...............................         1,645                  *        *                   *    1,236                   *
Tallapoosa .............................             *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Tuscaloosa ............................          1,295              1,275        *                   *      334                   *
Walker ...................................           *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Washington............................               *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Wilcox ....................................          *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
Winston..................................            *                  *        *                   *        *                   *
State Total .............................      149,122            183,225   99,182             103,639   38,965              29,302
* Included in State Total.



USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                      49
                                                  Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                               Fruit, Pecans, & Vegetables   Greenhouse, Sod, Nursery               Total Crops
                County
                                                  2004            2005         2004           2005           2004                 2005
                                                                                 Thousand Dollars
Autauga .................................         3,316           2,996        2,601           2,717          9,051            9,673
Baldwin ..................................        9,330           6,731       50,413          52,653         82,757           82,188
Barbour..................................           293             332        8,140           8,502         14,089           15,636
Bibb .......................................        100              86            8               9            393              329
Blount ....................................       2,549           2,658          959           1,001          5,690            5,520
Bullock ...................................         116             431       20,205          21,102         21,526           22,532
Butler .....................................        147             140           95              99          2,937            2,639
Calhoun .................................           263             286        6,628           6,923          9,486           10,025
Chambers ..............................             228             267          641             670          1,366            1,467
Cherokee ...............................            244             232        8,556           8,936         17,941           19,349
Chilton ...................................       7,248           8,490        1,819           1,900          9,902           11,102
Choctaw.................................            106              95            *               *            384              458
Clarke ....................................         203             188            6               7            704              872
Clay .......................................        201             177          143             149            621              502
Cleburne ................................            45              41        1,044           1,090          1,363            1,415
Coffee ....................................         339             419          235             245         11,873           15,634
Colbert ...................................         135             127        1,929           2,015         14,240           13,519
Conecuh ................................            117             110          138             144          2,266            2,606
Coosa ....................................           70             128           43              45            263              300
Covington ..............................          1,294           1,195        1,538           1,606         12,118           14,527
Crenshaw ..............................             102             128            *               *          1,840            2,224
Cullman .................................         5,346           4,744        3,008           3,141         11,614           11,174
Dale .......................................        262             411           85              89          8,550           11,480
Dallas.....................................         230             534        3,557           3,715         10,375           11,525
DeKalb...................................         1,680           1,362        3,081           3,218         11,683           10,963
Elmore ...................................          485             470        2,176           2,273          7,542            7,532
Escambia...............................              60              34        1,297           1,355         15,238           17,161
Etowah...................................           586             551          688             719          3,867            4,269
Fayette...................................           60              56           57              59          1,794            1,789
Franklin..................................           78              73          184             192          2,180            1,921
Geneva ..................................         2,165           2,061        1,547           1,616         20,527           22,611
Greene...................................           179             161           34              35            876              718
Hale .......................................         72              49            *               *          1,786            1,477
Henry .....................................         250             326            3               4         17,178           20,247
Houston .................................         6,324           6,349          860             899         34,538           33,889
Jackson .................................         1,991           2,120          631             659         16,812           15,390
Jefferson................................            48              44        1,243           1,298          1,543            1,554
Lamar ....................................          171             170            5               6          1,117            1,347
Lauderdale.............................             147             116          774             809         14,998           14,766
Lawrence ...............................            130             125          474             495         19,273           18,449
Lee.........................................        184             100       26,304          27,473         27,631           28,690
Limestone ..............................          1,095             979        7,742           8,086         39,380           39,860
Lowndes ................................            457           1,464        2,984           3,116          5,143            7,271
Macon....................................           353             637        4,776           4,988          7,813            8,366
Madison .................................           343             323        3,776           3,944         34,296           33,656
Marengo ................................             48              43            *               *          1,597            1,635
Marion....................................           87              79           26              28          2,119            2,099
Marshall .................................          760             721        1,273           1,330          4,718            4,744
Mobile ....................................       1,000             953       61,219          63,939         68,108           71,074
Monroe ..................................           103              83            3               3         11,760           10,512
Montgomery...........................               158             180        7,986           8,341          9,449           10,112
Morgan ..................................           799             759          826             863          5,528            4,894
Perry ......................................        355             320            *               *          2,209            2,631
Pickens ..................................          105              90          404             422          2,677            3,573
Pike........................................        241             356          256             268          6,773            7,699
Randolph ...............................            127             119          586             612          1,037              996
Russell...................................          169             152        4,449           4,646          7,480            7,758
Shelby....................................           56              67        8,164           8,527          9,908           10,400
St. Clair..................................       1,003             904        3,722           3,888          5,159            5,253
Sumter ...................................          434             418           15              16          1,199              935
Talladega...............................            134             106          683             713          6,187            6,116
Tallapoosa .............................             95              95          517             540          1,079            1,235
Tuscaloosa ............................             120             114        3,413           3,565          6,364            6,191
Walker ...................................          895             810          202             211          1,542            1,457
Washington............................              131             126          153             159          2,082            2,035
Wilcox ....................................         216             197           27              29          1,535            1,432
Winston..................................            92              88           15              15            421              547
State Total .............................        56,271          55,292      264,367         276,114        695,494          721,949
* Included in State Total.


50                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                   Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004 – 2005
                                                Total All Commodities     Government Payments    Farm Forest Products    Total Farm Receipts 1/
                County
                                                 2004         2005          2004      2005        2004        2005         2004        2005
                                                                                      Thousand Dollars
Autauga ..................................         13,544        14,141       2,197      3,454        1,057        778       17,774      19,654
Baldwin ...................................       121,173       114,158       3,725      9,149        1,023        714      134,648     134,359
Barbour...................................         71,759        74,434       4,407      5,182        2,051      1,722       83,384      88,078
Bibb ........................................       1,880         1,868         166        166        1,025        523        3,206       2,726
Blount .....................................      153,115       144,050         474        917          910        659      165,526     158,670
Bullock ....................................       33,208        37,936       1,145      1,288        1,837        990       38,582      43,650
Butler ......................................      62,893        43,985         704      1,424        2,479      1,228       70,605      50,620
Calhoun ..................................         37,804        49,193         794        770          591        125       41,912      54,542
Chambers ...............................            6,734         6,317         179        326        2,275      1,539        9,673       8,754
Cherokee ................................          34,921        39,797       3,673      5,320        1,286        396       42,395      49,117
Chilton ....................................       16,109        17,406         315      1,285          998        659       18,581      20,927
Choctaw..................................           7,862         3,796         135        168        2,713        935       11,276       5,243
Clarke .....................................        3,212         3,547         158        562        3,658      1,430        7,260       5,860
Clay ........................................      34,243        51,889          30         20        1,105        510       37,844      57,118
Cleburne .................................         54,003        63,449          59         52        1,136        379       59,087      69,626
Coffee .....................................      152,279       151,058       6,327      9,846        1,902        645      171,475     175,228
Colbert ....................................       48,324        46,668       4,181      6,212          415        271       56,401      57,377
Conecuh .................................           7,336         7,077       1,078      2,076        3,375      2,020       12,317      11,815
Coosa .....................................         2,183         2,355          27          4          962        468        3,329       3,040
Covington ...............................          92,404        88,465       4,076      6,589        2,369      1,166      105,504     104,231
Crenshaw ...............................          116,126       133,584       1,892      2,473        2,498      1,057      128,879     149,211
Cullman ..................................        470,259       485,790         533      1,203        1,150        530      505,809     531,515
Dale ........................................      71,506        73,312       3,419      5,299          899        602       80,974      85,851
Dallas......................................       43,975        38,823       3,958      6,801        4,529        953       55,628      50,092
DeKalb....................................        334,226       306,665       1,048      2,193        1,623        575      360,968     337,203
Elmore ....................................        13,243        13,269       1,792      3,469        1,053        295       17,041      18,235
Escambia................................           19,930        21,850       4,668      8,221        1,295        969       27,328      33,019
Etowah....................................         68,963        54,837         680      1,024        1,165        336       75,775      61,164
Fayette....................................        11,960         9,948         506        675        1,038        461       14,365      11,985
Franklin...................................       138,513       135,709         619        669          558        466      149,666     149,134
Geneva ...................................        115,845       110,764       8,580     14,165          763        169      133,532     135,129
Greene....................................         23,382        23,086         800        896        1,968        854       27,833      26,926
Hale ........................................      58,787        55,597       1,159      1,294       14,192      7,820       78,372      69,745
Henry ......................................       40,451        43,866       6,329      9,113        1,275        680       50,968      57,631
Houston ..................................         49,393        49,057       8,364     12,486          700        308       62,014      66,294
Jackson ..................................        108,130       124,210       1,786      3,825        1,016        456      118,719     139,740
Jefferson.................................          3,897         4,006          42         32          215        143        4,434       4,544
Lamar .....................................         4,835         6,531         348        448        1,721      1,234        7,252       8,804
Lauderdale .............................           40,788        43,828       3,931      6,045          735        730       48,391      54,572
Lawrence ................................         102,192       102,797       7,278      9,446          423         85      117,252     121,637
Lee..........................................      30,928        32,069         428        603        1,147        805       34,731      36,381
Limestone ...............................          71,861        71,785       7,640     11,818          272         95       84,948      90,199
Lowndes .................................          43,231        39,141       1,296      2,391        1,357        543       48,997      45,619
Macon.....................................         12,027        12,538       1,346      1,886        1,319        388       15,558      15,947
Madison ..................................         45,512        41,983       5,281      7,883          264        270       54,334      53,938
Marengo .................................          18,335        18,420       1,862      2,020        7,342      1,639       28,860      23,747
Marion.....................................        50,410        45,723         525        653        1,027      1,119       55,592      51,635
Marshall ..................................       200,364       185,728         511        891          498        380      215,803     203,818
Mobile .....................................       74,633        77,393       1,786      3,880        1,377        356       83,171      88,638
Monroe ...................................         20,303        19,063       2,994      6,547        6,032      3,984       30,791      31,320
Montgomery............................             51,101        56,616       1,176      1,381        2,852        474       58,809      63,598
Morgan ...................................         97,309        93,828       1,023      1,409          486        162      105,826     103,896
Perry .......................................      15,888        22,854       1,311      1,892        1,844      1,425       20,187      28,240
Pickens ...................................        80,779        88,678         987        976        1,667      1,831       89,251      99,515
Pike.........................................     106,999       107,315       3,314      4,616        2,305      1,092      120,324     122,740
Randolph ................................          61,562        69,064         186        124        1,424        865       67,606      76,308
Russell....................................        11,436        11,567       1,271      1,813        1,185        655       14,715      15,082
Shelby.....................................        15,039        14,296          78         45          510        176       16,711      15,811
St. Clair...................................       46,135        50,377         637        852          736        369       50,831      56,160
Sumter ....................................        16,439        15,848       1,376      1,034        2,614        828       21,613      19,145
Talladega................................          31,326        40,581       1,076      2,028        1,112        448       35,770      46,732
Tallapoosa..............................            5,680         6,491         309        368        1,860        970        8,258       8,417
Tuscaloosa .............................           22,491        23,569       1,091      1,529        1,282        547       26,485      27,779
Walker ....................................        48,896        52,689          41         17          382        247       52,840      57,725
Washington ............................            17,689        12,509         423        564        2,331        645       21,717      14,850
Wilcox .....................................        8,089         7,202         962      1,603        7,621      3,484       17,255      12,942
Winston...................................         78,183        80,596          23         33          641        248       84,477      88,176
State Total .............................. 4,074,027 4,097,037 130,533     203,443       123,470         59,925    4,621,438           4,731,422
1/ Includes other farm income (machine hire and custom work, custom feeding fees and other business related income).



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                                                Cash Receipts From Farm Marketings, 2004-2005
                                       Private Non-Farm Timber Forest Industry Timber   Government Timber    Total Farm & Forestry
              County
                                           2004         2005       2004      2005        2004      2005        2004        2005
                                                                             Thousand Dollars
Autauga ..................................     3,365     2,304     2,696     1,880         128         89       23,963      23,927
Baldwin ...................................   10,941     5,031     7,691     3,691         741        356      154,021     143,437
Barbour...................................     8,373     4,870     2,271     1,435         730        461       94,758      94,844
Bibb ........................................  8,368     4,551     3,945     2,132       2,792      1,509       18,311      10,918
Blount .....................................   4,312     3,371       285       220         112         86      170,235     162,347
Bullock ....................................   5,448     2,125     1,419       607           *          *       45,449      46,382
Butler ...................................... 10,235     6,002     9,088     5,171         222        126       90,150      61,919
Calhoun ..................................     2,424       591     1,074       255       1,568        372       46,978      55,760
Chambers ...............................      10,820     6,698     3,368     2,118          78         49       23,939      17,619
Cherokee ................................      3,901     1,208     1,764       546         117         36       48,177      50,907
Chilton ....................................   5,631     4,008     1,653     1,164         625        440       26,490      26,539
Choctaw..................................     27,231    11,019     6,369     2,543         289        115       45,165      18,920
Clarke .....................................  56,057    29,537     8,233     4,267       1,047        543       72,597      40,207
Clay ........................................  6,661     2,546     1,632       643       2,066        814       48,203      61,121
Cleburne .................................     6,443     2,680     3,379     1,364       4,964      2,003       73,873      75,673
Coffee .....................................   5,484     1,652       914       284         191         60      178,064     177,224
Colbert ....................................   2,514     1,160        86        42         172         84       59,173      58,663
Conecuh .................................     17,724    11,940    12,458     8,239           *          *       42,499      31,994
Coosa .....................................   11,050     5,762     4,692     2,434           *          *       19,071      11,236
Covington ...............................     10,824     5,256       941       458       1,623        790      118,892     110,735
Crenshaw ...............................       8,786     3,726     1,978       839         129         55      139,772     153,831
Cullman ..................................     3,914     1,903       294       141           *          *      510,017     533,559
Dale ........................................  2,374     1,455       145        91         607        381       84,100      87,778
Dallas......................................  12,324     2,818     3,533       790         102         23       71,587      53,723
DeKalb....................................     4,828     1,836       363       136         181         68      366,340     339,243
Elmore ....................................    4,816     1,583       761       243         150         48       22,768      20,109
Escambia................................      13,333     9,539     6,912     4,966       2,125      1,527       49,698      49,051
Etowah....................................     7,630     3,421         *         *         243        104       83,648      64,689
Fayette....................................    7,265     3,071     2,263       963         599        255       24,492      16,274
Franklin...................................    2,116     1,532       770       575          78         59      152,630     151,300
Geneva ...................................     1,711       288        80        15          80         15      135,403     135,447
Greene....................................     9,297     2,322     1,835       518         922        260       39,887      30,026
Hale ........................................ 41,874    20,237    14,016     7,020       8,380      4,197      142,642     101,199
Henry ......................................   4,072     2,175       716       382           *          *       55,756      60,188
Houston ..................................     1,862       700         *         *          84         33       63,960      67,027
Jackson ..................................     4,768     2,154       575       259         570        257      124,632     142,410
Jefferson.................................     5,345     4,492         *         *         347        289       10,126       9,325
Lamar .....................................   10,206     5,090     2,211     1,172         238        126       19,907      15,192
Lauderdale .............................       2,126     2,634       182       214           *          *       50,699      57,420
Lawrence ................................        951       124        14         2         759        115      118,976     121,878
Lee..........................................  5,700     4,391     1,192       905         177        135       41,800      41,812
Limestone ...............................        306       126         *         *         108         41       85,362      90,366
Lowndes .................................      4,003     1,447     3,078     1,143         163         61       56,241      48,270
Macon.....................................     4,748     1,362       394       114         231         67       20,931      17,490
Madison ..................................       923     1,051         *         *         293        326       55,550      55,315
Marengo .................................     29,481     6,836     6,323     1,456           *          *       64,664      32,039
Marion.....................................    5,659     4,809     2,054     1,820          29         25       63,334      58,289
Marshall ..................................    2,019     1,275         *         *         210        138      218,032     205,231
Mobile .....................................  13,074     5,320     1,560       612       1,455        571       99,260      95,141
Monroe ...................................    29,291    23,703    15,133    11,857         905        709       76,120      67,589
Montgomery............................         5,342     1,321       669       147         461        101       65,281      65,167
Morgan ...................................     1,623       492         *         *         173         54      107,622     104,442
Perry .......................................  7,018     3,901     2,030     1,220       1,087        653       30,322      34,014
Pickens ...................................    8,352     6,210     3,714     2,980          14         11      101,331     108,716
Pike.........................................  6,492     2,180       577       215           *          *      127,393     125,135
Randolph ................................      6,561     3,859       370       219         150         89       74,687      80,475
Russell....................................    4,291     2,012     1,416       690         497        242       20,919      18,026
Shelby.....................................    3,658     1,814     2,780     1,327         265        126       23,414      19,078
St. Clair...................................   7,966     2,325     2,788       863         201         62       61,786      59,410
Sumter ....................................   12,540     3,483     1,392       396         490        139       36,035      23,163
Talladega................................      6,266     2,652     2,024       851       2,195        922       46,255      51,157
Tallapoosa..............................      11,347     5,802     3,581     1,837         251        129       23,437      16,185
Tuscaloosa .............................      13,829     5,796     3,861     1,619         797        334       44,972      35,528
Walker ....................................    6,505     2,650       101        43         180         76       59,626      60,494
Washington ............................       28,311     8,427       916       271          16          5       50,960      23,553
Wilcox .....................................  27,420    11,222     5,772     2,422         917        385       51,364      26,971
Winston...................................     5,356     2,472     1,314       596       2,521      1,147       93,668      92,391
State Total .............................. 625,485     300,349   173,645    91,422      46,845     22,293    5,467,413   5,145,486
*Included in State Total.




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                     AUTAUGA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                7,500       781 lb                  12,200 bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,300       103 bu                  238,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  10,500       2.1 tons                22,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               9,673     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    11,800 head         Cotton              20
 Livestock & Poultry                                 4,469     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     6,300 head         Corn                24
 Forest Products                                     5,051     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          23,927     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         20
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          49
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     373      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            118,468     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            318      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     BALDWIN
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               12,200       661 lb                  16,800 bales
                                                               Corn                                  3,300       124 bu                  410,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              28,000     3,415 lb             95,600,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   7,600       2.8 tons                21,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              82,188     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    26,600 head         Cotton              15
 Livestock & Poultry                                31,970     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    12,000 head         Corn                16
 Forest Products                                     9,792     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         143,437     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              1
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          2
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          14
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                    1,062     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       592 thou birds   Eggs                 4
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            181,337     Egg Production                         2005     155.4 mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            171      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                     BARBOUR
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                5,900       830 lb                  10,200 bales
                                                               Corn                                  3,200       114 bu                  364,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                               6,400     2,810 lb             17,970,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   8,600       3.6 tons                31,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              15,636     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    17,400 head         Cotton              21
 Livestock & Poultry                                58,798     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     9,600 head         Corn                18
 Forest Products                                     8,488     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          94,844     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts             11
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod           7
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          31
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      531      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             190,815     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            17
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            359      Broilers Produced                      2005    20,608 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                          BIBB
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   3,800       2.4 tons                  9,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                329      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     3,800 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 1,539     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     2,000 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     8,715     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          10,918     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         58
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          67
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      187      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              44,893     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            240      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                      BLOUNT
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  17,000       2.8 tons                48,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               5,520     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    34,500 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               138,530     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    20,200 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     4,336     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         162,347     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         30
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           6
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                    1,248     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       284 thou birds   Eggs                12
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            143,232     Egg Production                         2005      65.4 mil eggs     Broilers             5
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            115      Broilers Produced                      2005    50,565 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     BULLOCK
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   6,700       2.7 tons                18,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              22,532     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    10,500 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                15,404     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     5,900 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,722     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          46,382     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          4
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          51
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     273      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            146,248     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            36
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            536      Broilers Produced                      2005     4,424 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                      BUTLER
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  10,600       2.5 tons                27,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,639     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     8,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                41,346     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     5,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                    12,527     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          61,919     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         49
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          57
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      425      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              83,408     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            24
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            196      Broilers Produced                      2005    15,676 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     CALHOUN
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                3,650     1,010 lb                    7,680 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                              2,100        31 bu                  65,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,000       2.8 tons                31,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              10,025     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,200 head         Cotton              23
 Livestock & Poultry                                39,168     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,800 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     1,343     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            14
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          55,760     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         10
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          42
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      673      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       133 thou birds   Eggs                18
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              74,992     Egg Production                         2005      10.0 mil eggs     Broilers            26
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            111      Broilers Produced                      2005    13,143 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




56                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                   CHAMBERS
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   9,400       2.6 tons                24,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,467     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    12,900 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 4,850     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,700 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                    10,404     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          17,619     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         36
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          45
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     306      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             92,810     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            303      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                   CHEROKEE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               20,000       847 lb                  35,300 bales
                                                               Corn                                  1,900       135 bu                  256,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              6,800        41 bu                  280,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   9,800       2.2 tons                22,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              19,349     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,000 head         Cotton               8
 Livestock & Poultry                                20,448     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,700 head         Corn                22
 Forest Products                                     2,186     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             5
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          50,907     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          5
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          43
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     546      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            121,406     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            33
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            222      Broilers Produced                      2005     6,742 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                           57
                     CHILTON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  14,000       2.4 tons                33,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              11,102     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    14,400 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 6,305     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,800 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     6,271     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          26,539     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         23
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          36
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      667      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              98,294     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            147      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                    CHOCTAW
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   2,800       2.9 tons                  8,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                458      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     6,800 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 3,338     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,400 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                    14,612     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          18,920     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod           *
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          61
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      244      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              55,224     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            41
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            226      Broilers Produced                      2005       351 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




58                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                      CLARKE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   3,900       2.3 tons                  9,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                872      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     6,000 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 2,675     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,000 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                    35,777     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          40,207     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         59
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          63
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                     284      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             56,962     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            201      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                         CLAY
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,000       2.8 tons                14,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                502      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    15,000 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                51,387     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     8,700 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     4,513     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          61,121     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         47
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          35
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                     427      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             84,459     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            19
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            198      Broilers Produced                      2005    19,540 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                    CLEBURNE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,400       2.8 tons                15,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,415     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    10,700 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                62,034     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     6,800 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     6,426     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          75,673     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         29
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          50
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      326      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       265 thou birds   Eggs                17
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              44,239     Egg Production                         2005      27.8 mil eggs     Broilers            16
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            136      Broilers Produced                      2005    23,586 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       COFFEE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               17,600       706 lb                  25,900 bales
                                                               Corn                                  6,000       127 bu                  764,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              17,400     2,445 lb             42,565,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       3.7 tons                44,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              15,634     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    20,700 head         Cotton              11
 Livestock & Poultry                               135,424     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     9,500 head         Corn                 9
 Forest Products                                     2,641     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         177,224     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              6
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         43
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          23
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      854      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       407 thou birds   Eggs                16
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             197,493     Egg Production                         2005      35.7 mil eggs     Broilers             4
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            231      Broilers Produced                      2005    52,569 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




60                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                     COLBERT
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               28,900       623 lb                  37,500 bales
                                                               Corn                                 10,000       147 bu              1,472,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              1,900        31 bu                  59,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       2.1 tons                25,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              13,519     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,000 head         Cotton               6
 Livestock & Poultry                                33,149     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,600 head         Corn                 5
 Forest Products                                     1,557     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            15
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          58,663     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         22
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          43
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     584      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05        88 thou birds   Eggs                19
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            131,852     Egg Production                         2005       7.6 mil eggs     Broilers            27
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            226      Broilers Produced                      2005    11,608 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     CONECUH
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                5,600       630 lb                    7,350 bales
                                                               Corn                                  1,600        98 bu                  156,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   6,200       2.7 tons                17,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,606     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    12,000 head         Cotton              25
 Livestock & Poultry                                 4,471     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     6,100 head         Corn                28
 Forest Products                                    22,199     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          31,994     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         48
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          48
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     369      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             81,825     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            222      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                        COOSA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,600       2.0 tons                  9,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                300      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     5,200 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 2,055     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,200 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     8,664     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          11,236     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         52
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          64
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      228      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              39,422     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            173      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                  COVINGTON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               16,500       864 lb                  29,700 bales
                                                               Corn                                  1,900        66 bu                  126,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                               9,300     2,805 lb             26,065,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  14,000       3.4 tons                48,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              14,527     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    31,000 head         Cotton              10
 Livestock & Poultry                                73,938     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    16,000 head         Corn                29
 Forest Products                                     7,670     Milk Cows                            Jan 06       500 head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         110,735     Milk Production                        2005     8,000 thou lb      Peanuts               9
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         25
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          11
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  5
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                     1,013     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       650 thou birds   Eggs                  5
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             201,795     Egg Production                         2005     122.9 mil eggs     Broilers            21
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            199      Broilers Produced                      2005    19,166 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




62                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                   CRENSHAW
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                 Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *          * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *          * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *          * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *          * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *          * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   9,500        3.2 tons                30,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number               STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,224     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     25,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               131,360     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     11,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     5,677     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head          Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         153,831     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb       Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head          Nursery/Sod          *
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol      All Cattle          15
                                                                                                                                   Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number               All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     570      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       372 thou birds    Eggs                15
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            130,332     Egg Production                         2005       47.3 mil eggs     Broilers             6
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            229      Broilers Produced                      2005     50,505 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                    CULLMAN
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                 Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *          * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,600       125 bu                   324,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              3,600        36 bu                   130,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *          * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *          * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  34,000        2.8 tons                96,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number               STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              11,174     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     68,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               474,616     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     38,000 head         Corn                19
 Forest Products                                     2,574     Milk Cows                            Jan 06      1,400 head         Soybeans             7
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         533,559     Milk Production                        2005     25,500 thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head          Nursery/Sod         18
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol      All Cattle           1
                                                                                                                                   Milk                 2
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number               All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                    2,301     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05      2,354 thou birds   Eggs                 1
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            231,400     Egg Production                         2005      320.9 mil eggs     Broilers             1
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            101      Broilers Produced                      2005    174,910 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                         DALE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               10,100       779 lb                  16,400 bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,700        94 bu                  254,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              12,700     2,975 lb             37,785,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,500       3.2 tons                37,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              11,480     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    14,000 head         Cotton              16
 Livestock & Poultry                                61,832     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     8,800 head         Corn                23
 Forest Products                                     2,529     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          87,778     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              7
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         50
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          37
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      459      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             139,364     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            15
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            304      Broilers Produced                      2005    23,795 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       DALLAS
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               10,400       683 lb                  14,800 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  17,000       2.4 tons                40,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              11,525     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    28,600 head         Cotton              17
 Livestock & Poultry                                27,298     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    15,400 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     4,584     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          53,723     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         15
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005    13,220 thou dol     All Cattle          12
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      490      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             235,894     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            481      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        3
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




64                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                      DEKALB
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                 Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                         * bales
                                                               Corn                                 13,300       129 bu               1,716,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                             10,000        40 bu                   395,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                         * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                         * bu
                                                               Hay                                  21,000       3.1 tons                 65,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number               STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              10,963     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    63,600 head          Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               295,702     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    34,500 head          Corn                 4
 Forest Products                                     2,615     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head          Soybeans             4
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         339,243     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb       Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05    69,000 head          Nursery/Sod         17
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005              thou dol   All Cattle           2
                                                                                                                                   Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number               All Hogs             1
  Number of Farms                                    2,177     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05     2,098 thou birds    Eggs                 2
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            237,336     Egg Production                         2005     297.8 mil eggs      Broilers             2
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            109      Broilers Produced                      2005    92,305 thou birds    Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      ELMORE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                 Production
                                                               Cotton                               11,500       735 lb                   17,600 bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,400       113 bu                   271,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                         * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                         * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                         * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,800       2.6 tons                 31,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number               STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               7,532     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    14,000 head          Cotton              14
 Livestock & Poultry                                 5,737     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,800 head          Corn                21
 Forest Products                                     2,169     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head          Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          20,109     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb       Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head          Nursery/Sod         21
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol      All Cattle          37
                                                                                                                                   Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number               All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     633      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds    Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            104,316     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs      Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            165      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds    Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                            65
                    ESCAMBIA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               15,000       710 lb                  22,200 bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,500        86 bu                  215,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              20,200     2,965 lb             59,860,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,000       2.3 tons                  9,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              17,161     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    12,700 head         Cotton              13
 Livestock & Poultry                                 4,689     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     5,400 head         Corn                26
 Forest Products                                    17,001     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          49,051     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               4
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         26
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          46
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      444      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              94,494     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            213      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      ETOWAH
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                4,000       852 lb                    7,100 bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,100       132 bu                  278,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              2,300        39 bu                  89,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,500       3.0 tons                35,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               4,269     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    20,000 head         Cotton              26
 Livestock & Poultry                                50,569     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    10,000 head         Corn                20
 Forest Products                                     3,861     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            12
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          64,689     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         34
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          26
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                      974      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              90,109     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            22
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                             93      Broilers Produced                      2005    17,099 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




66                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                     FAYETTE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,400        91 bu                  218,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,800       2.8 tons                16,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,789     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     8,300 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 8,160     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,600 head         Corn                25
 Forest Products                                     4,750     Milk Cows                            Jan 06       800 head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          16,274     Milk Production                        2005    12,500 thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         51
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          54
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 4
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     365      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             75,144     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            206      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                    FRANKLIN
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  14,000       2.6 tons                36,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,921     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    24,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               133,788     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    15,200 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     2,632     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         151,300     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         45
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          16
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     929      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       434 thou birds   Eggs                14
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            145,968     Egg Production                         2005      51.6 mil eggs     Broilers             7
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            157      Broilers Produced                      2005    50,039 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                      GENEVA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               24,000       640 lb                  32,000 bales
                                                               Corn                                  6,400       108 bu                  692,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              1,200        41 bu                  49,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                              23,600     2,485 lb             58,655,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                 1,900        44 bu                  83,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,000       2.3 tons                25,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              22,611     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    32,800 head         Cotton               9
 Livestock & Poultry                                88,153     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    15,000 head         Corn                10
 Forest Products                                      487      Milk Cows                            Jan 06     1,200 head         Soybeans            16
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         135,447     Milk Production                        2005    19,000 thou lb      Peanuts              5
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         24
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           7
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 3
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      998      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       536 thou birds   Eggs                10
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             227,324     Egg Production                         2005      75.1 mil eggs     Broilers            13
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            228      Broilers Produced                      2005    27,166 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      GREENE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   9,400       2.7 tons                25,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                718      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    15,200 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                22,368     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     9,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,954     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          30,026     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         53
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005    14,995 thou dol     All Cattle          34
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      349      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             128,032     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            367      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        2
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




68                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                         HALE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   7,500       2.7 tons                20,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,477     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    23,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                54,119     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    10,400 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                    39,274     Milk Cows                            Jan 06       500 head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         101,199     Milk Production                        2005     7,500 thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          *
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005    43,295 thou dol     All Cattle          19
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 6
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     433      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            160,536     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            371      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        1
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       HENRY
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               21,000       816 lb                  35,700 bales
                                                               Corn                                  4,000       112 bu                  446,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              23,300     2,685 lb             62,552,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                 2,300        36 bu                  83,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,300       2.3 tons                28,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              20,247     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    15,500 head         Cotton               7
 Livestock & Poultry                                23,619     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     8,400 head         Corn                14
 Forest Products                                     3,237     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          60,188     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              3
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         61
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          33
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     346      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            150,838     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            31
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            436      Broilers Produced                      2005     7,618 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                     HOUSTON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               29,000       712 lb                  43,000 bales
                                                               Corn                                  4,200       118 bu                  497,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              3,300        32 bu                  104,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                              37,200     2,400 lb             89,205,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                 2,800        39 bu                  109,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,000       2.3 tons                25,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              33,889     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    22,400 head         Cotton               5
 Livestock & Poultry                                15,168     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    12,000 head         Corn                13
 Forest Products                                     1,041     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            10
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          67,027     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              2
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         31
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          21
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      700      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             188,413     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            38
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            269      Broilers Produced                      2005     1,758 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     JACKSON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                7,400       876 lb                  13,500 bales
                                                               Corn                                 23,500       124 bu              2,923,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                             19,000        32 bu                  610,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  26,000       2.7 tons                70,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              15,390     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    32,000 head         Cotton              18
 Livestock & Poultry                               108,820     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    22,000 head         Corn                 1
 Forest Products                                     3,126     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             1
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         142,410     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         37
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           9
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                     1,375     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       583 thou birds   Eggs                 8
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             229,435     Egg Production                         2005      78.0 mil eggs     Broilers             8
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            167      Broilers Produced                      2005    36,451 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




70                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                   JEFFERSON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,000       2.8 tons                14,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,554     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     4,400 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 2,452     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     2,500 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     4,924     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                           9,325     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         28
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          66
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     463      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             42,018     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                             91      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       LAMAR
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                    600        83 bu                  50,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,100       3.1 tons                16,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,347     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     8,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 5,184     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,700 head         Corn                31
 Forest Products                                     7,622     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          15,192     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         60
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          57
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     463      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             86,717     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            187      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                 LAUDERDALE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               29,900       726 lb                  45,200 bales
                                                               Corn                                 10,000       112 bu              1,116,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              6,300        28 bu                  176,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                 1,500        62 bu                  93,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  28,000       2.3 tons                65,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              14,766     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    32,600 head         Cotton               4
 Livestock & Poultry                                29,061     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    18,800 head         Corn                 7
 Forest Products                                     3,578     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             6
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          57,420     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         33
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           8
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                     1,485     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             208,041     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            35
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            140      Broilers Produced                      2005     5,424 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                   LAWRENCE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               40,900       701 lb                  59,700 bales
                                                               Corn                                 15,000       136 bu              2,046,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              2,900        30 bu                  87,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  17,000       2.6 tons                45,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              18,449     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    32,000 head         Cotton               3
 Livestock & Poultry                                84,347     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    17,800 head         Corn                 2
 Forest Products                                      326      Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            13
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         121,878     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         40
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           9
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                     1,597     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       326 thou birds   Eggs                13
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             234,097     Egg Production                         2005      57.9 mil eggs     Broilers            12
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            147      Broilers Produced                      2005    27,744 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




72                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                          LEE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,100       3.2 tons                 13,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              28,690     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     7,000 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 3,379     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,200 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     6,236     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          41,812     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod           3
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          59
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                     336      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             74,039     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            220      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                   LIMESTONE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               69,900       790 lb                  115,000 bales
                                                               Corn                                  8,200       139 bu              1,136,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                             13,700        31 bu                  430,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                 3,300        68 bu                  225,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  21,000       2.2 tons                 47,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              39,860     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    23,500 head         Cotton                1
 Livestock & Poultry                                31,925     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    12,900 head         Corn                  6
 Forest Products                                      262      Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              3
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          90,366     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod           9
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          17
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                    1,235     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            225,843     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            32
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            183      Broilers Produced                      2005     7,584 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                            73
                     LOWNDES
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  13,000       3.1 tons                40,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               7,271     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    35,800 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                31,870     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    21,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,194     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          48,270     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         19
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           5
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      420      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             196,689     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            30
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            468      Broilers Produced                      2005     7,838 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       MACON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                4,900       725 lb                    7,400 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   3,300       3.0 tons                10,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               8,366     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     9,200 head         Cotton              24
 Livestock & Poultry                                 4,172     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     4,300 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     1,931     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          17,490     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         11
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          53
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      368      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             129,034     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            351      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




74                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                     MADISON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               55,600       855 lb                  99,000 bales
                                                               Corn                                 12,400       143 bu              1,773,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                             18,100        31 bu                  570,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                 4,700        64 bu                  300,000 bu
                                                               Hay                                  16,000       2.4 tons                39,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              33,656     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    20,700 head         Cotton               2
 Livestock & Poultry                                 8,327     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    12,400 head         Corn                 3
 Forest Products                                     1,647     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             2
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          55,315     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         13
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          23
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                    1,117     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            198,301     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            178      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                    MARENGO
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       2.4 tons                29,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,635     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    23,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                16,786     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     9,200 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     9,931     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          32,039     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          *
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005     5,350 thou dol     All Cattle          19
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     508      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            188,892     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            372      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        5
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                           75
                      MARION
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  2,000       100 bu                  200,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              3,000        33 bu                  100,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,000       2.4 tons                26,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,099     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    18,400 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                43,624     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    10,900 head         Corn                27
 Forest Products                                     7,773     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans            11
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          58,289     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         55
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          27
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      756      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             119,197     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            25
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            158      Broilers Produced                      2005    14,993 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                   MARSHALL
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  5,800       108 bu                  629,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              3,500        31 bu                  108,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  19,000       3.0 tons                57,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               4,744     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    42,800 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                               180,984     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    25,600 head         Corn                11
 Forest Products                                     1,793     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             9
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         205,231     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         27
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           4
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                     1,686     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05     1,031 thou birds   Eggs                 3
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             160,590     Egg Production                         2005     180.8 mil eggs     Broilers             3
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                             95      Broilers Produced                      2005    60,373 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                      MOBILE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               10,600       571 lb                  12,600 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                               5,000     3,335 lb             16,680,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   8,300       3.3 tons                27,500 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              71,074     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,900 head         Cotton              19
 Livestock & Poultry                                 6,319     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,200 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     6,859     Milk Cows                            Jan 06       700 head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          95,141     Milk Production                        2005     5,500 thou lb      Peanuts             12
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          1
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          39
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 7
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     740      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            100,746     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            136      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      MONROE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                               16,600       711 lb                  24,600 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                              11,800     2,220 lb             26,180,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,900       3.5 tons                17,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              10,512     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,500 head         Cotton              12
 Livestock & Poultry                                 8,550     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,800 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                    40,253     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          67,589     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              8
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         62
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          40
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     443      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            119,992     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            39
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            271      Broilers Produced                      2005     1,568 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                           77
                MONTGOMERY
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  17,000       2.5 tons                43,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              10,112     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    55,400 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                46,504     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    28,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     2,043     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          65,167     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          8
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle           3
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      703      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             212,943     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            29
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            303      Broilers Produced                      2005    10,973 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                     MORGAN
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  3,900       128 bu                  498,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                              4,000        33 bu                  130,000 bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  21,000       2.5 tons                52,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               4,894     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    28,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                88,934     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    13,400 head         Corn                12
 Forest Products                                      708      Milk Cows                            Jan 06     1,500 head         Soybeans             7
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         104,442     Milk Production                        2005    27,000 thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         32
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          13
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 1
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                     1,308     Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             148,942     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            10
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            114      Broilers Produced                      2005    31,855 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




78                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                        PERRY
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,800       2.5 tons                12,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,631     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    18,300 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                20,222     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,700 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     7,199     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          34,014     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          *
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005    12,525 thou dol     All Cattle          28
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     376      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            165,018     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            439      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        4
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      PICKENS
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  10,000       3.3 tons                33,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               3,573     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    16,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                85,104     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     9,000 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                    11,032     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         108,716     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05    29,000 head         Nursery/Sod         41
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005     1,388 thou dol     All Cattle          32
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             2
  Number of Farms                                     493      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       710 thou birds   Eggs                 9
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            142,561     Egg Production                         2005      76.1 mil eggs     Broilers            14
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            289      Broilers Produced                      2005    25,853 thou birds   Catfish Sales        7
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                           79
                          PIKE
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                5,900       765 lb                    9,400 bales
                                                               Corn                                  3,800       106 bu                  403,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                               8,000     2,640 lb             21,123,000 lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  15,000       3.7 tons                55,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               7,699     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    23,200 head         Cotton              22
 Livestock & Poultry                                99,615     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    14,000 head         Corn                17
 Forest Products                                     3,487     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                         125,135     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts             10
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         42
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          18
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      612      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       474 thou birds   Eggs                 7
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             187,294     Egg Production                         2005      78.7 mil eggs     Broilers             9
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            306      Broilers Produced                      2005    34,738 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                   RANDOLPH
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,800       2.4 tons                14,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                996      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    20,500 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                68,069     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    12,500 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     5,032     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          80,475     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         38
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          25
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      610      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05       687 thou birds   Eggs                 6
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             109,648     Egg Production                         2005     115.6 mil eggs     Broilers            20
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            180      Broilers Produced                      2005    19,172 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




80                                                                                                                      USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                      RUSSELL
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,100       2.9 tons                12,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               7,758     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     5,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 3,809     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,200 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,599     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          18,026     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         12
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          65
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     245      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            105,452     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            430      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                       SHELBY
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                4,200       800 lb                    7,000 bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   4,900       2.7 tons                13,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                              10,400     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     6,700 head         Cotton              27
 Livestock & Poultry                                 3,896     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,900 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,443     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          19,078     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod          6
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          62
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     486      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             64,197     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            132      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                      STCLAIR
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  11,000       3.3 tons                36,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               5,253     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    12,200 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                45,123     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     7,900 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,619     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          59,410     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         14
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          47
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      667      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              83,007     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            23
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            124      Broilers Produced                      2005    16,907 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      SUMTER
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                    900        56 bu                  50,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       2.0 tons                24,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                935      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    18,200 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                14,913     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    10,000 head         Corn                31
 Forest Products                                     4,846     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          23,163     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         56
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005     4,830 thou dol     All Cattle          29
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      443      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             176,878     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers             *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            399      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales        6
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                  TALLADEGA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                  7,000       131 bu                  920,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       2.5 tons                30,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               6,116     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    21,000 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                34,465     Beef Cows                            Jan 06    10,300 head         Corn                 8
 Forest Products                                     4,873     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          51,157     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         35
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          22
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     584      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            109,499     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            28
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            187      Broilers Produced                      2005    11,361 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                 TALLAPOOSA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   5,500       2.5 tons                14,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,235     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     8,100 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 5,256     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     5,100 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     8,738     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          16,185     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         39
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          56
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
  Number of Farms                                     377      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             78,082     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            40
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            207      Broilers Produced                      2005       923 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                 TUSCALOOSA
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                3,700       765 lb                    5,900 bales
                                                               Corn                                  4,000       108 bu                  430,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   7,000       2.9 tons                20,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               6,191     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     8,200 head         Cotton              28
 Livestock & Poultry                                17,378     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     4,100 head         Corn                15
 Forest Products                                     8,296     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          35,528     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         16
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          55
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      547      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                             102,973     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            34
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            188      Broilers Produced                      2005     5,840 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      WALKER
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  13,000       2.8 tons                37,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,457     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    10,500 head         Cotton               *
 Livestock & Poultry                                51,232     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     4,700 head         Corn                 *
 Forest Products                                     3,016     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans             *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          60,494     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts              *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         44
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          51
                                                                                                                                  Milk                 *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs             *
 Number of Farms                                      543      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                 *
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              75,180     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            18
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            138      Broilers Produced                      2005    20,455 thou birds   Catfish Sales        *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                 WASHINGTON
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                    900        99 bu                  89,000 bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                   3,000       2.8 tons                  8,500 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               2,035     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06     7,000 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                10,474     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     3,700 head         Corn                30
 Forest Products                                     9,348     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          23,553     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         46
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          59
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                     396      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                             73,942     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers            37
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            187      Broilers Produced                      2005     3,394 thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




                      WILCOX
                                                             CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst      Yield                Production
                                                               Cotton                                    *         * lb                        * bales
                                                               Corn                                      *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Soybeans                                  *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Peanuts                                   *         * lb                        * lb
                                                               Wheat                                     *         * bu                        * bu
                                                               Hay                                  12,000       2.2 tons                26,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol   LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date   Number              STATE RANKING
 Crops                                               1,432     All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    13,500 head         Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                 5,770     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     8,400 head         Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                    17,513     Milk Cows                            Jan 06         * head         Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          26,971     Milk Production                        2005         * thou lb      Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05         * head         Nursery/Sod         54
                                                               Catfish Sales                          2005         * thou dol     All Cattle          40
                                                                                                                                  Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                            Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date   Number              All Hogs              *
  Number of Farms                                     306      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         * thou birds   Eggs                  *
  Land in Farms (Acres)                            160,041     Egg Production                         2005         * mil eggs     Broilers              *
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                            523      Broilers Produced                      2005         * thou birds   Catfish Sales         *
                                                             * Insufficient data for publication




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                     WINSTON
                                                              CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst        Yield                 Production
                                                                Cotton                                    *           * lb                         * bales
                                                                Corn                                      *           * bu                         * bu
                                                                Soybeans                                  *           * bu                         * bu
                                                                Peanuts                                   *           * lb                         * lb
                                                                Wheat                                     *           * bu                         * bu
                                                                Hay                                  12,000          2.8 tons                 33,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol    LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date    Number                STATE RANKING
 Crops                                                 547      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06      17,800 head          Cotton                *
 Livestock & Poultry                                80,049      Beef Cows                            Jan 06      10,000 head          Corn                  *
 Forest Products                                     4,463      Milk Cows                            Jan 06           * head          Soybeans              *
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                          92,391      Milk Production                        2005           * thou lb       Peanuts               *
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                 Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05           * head          Nursery/Sod         57
                                                                Catfish Sales                          2005           * thou dol      All Cattle          30
                                                                                                                                      Milk                  *
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                             Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date    Number                All Hogs              *
 Number of Farms                                       650      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05         440 thou birds    Eggs                11
 Land in Farms (Acres)                              66,425      Egg Production                         2005        69.6 mil eggs      Broilers            11
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                             102      Broilers Produced                      2005      27,746 thou birds    Catfish Sales         *
                                                              * Insufficient data for publication




                STATE TOTALS
                                                              CROPS - 2005                          Ac Hvst        Yield                 Production
                                                                Cotton                              545,000         747 lb                   848,000 bales
                                                                Corn                                200,000         119 bu              23,800,000 bu
                                                                Soybeans                            145,000          33 bu               4,785,000 bu
                                                                Peanuts                             223,000       2,750 lb            613,250,000 lb
                                                                Wheat                                45,000          50 bu               2,250,000 bu
                                                                Hay                                 730,000          2.7 tons            1,971,000 tons



CASH RECEIPTS - 2005                              Thou Dol    LIVESTOCK                             Ref Date    Number                STATE RANKING
 Crops                                             721,949      All Cattle & Calves                  Jan 06    1,280,000 head         Cotton              10
 Livestock & Poultry                              3,375,088     Beef Cows                            Jan 06     696,000 head          Corn                28
 Forest Products                                   473,989      Milk Cows                            Jan 06      14,000 head          Soybeans            26
 Total, Farm & Forestry 1/                        5,145,486     Milk Production                        2005     224,000 thou lb       Peanuts               3
 1/ Includes govt payments & other farm income.                 Hogs & Pigs                          Dec 05     160,000 head          Nursery/Sod         17
                                                                Catfish Sales                          2005      97,602 thou dol      All Cattle          26
                                                                                                                                      Milk                43
CENSUS OF AGRI. - 2002                             Number     POULTRY                               Ref Date    Number                All Hogs            25
 Number of Farms                                    45,126      Hens & Pullets                       Dec 05      14,217 thou birds    Eggs                14
 Land in Farms (Acres)                            8,904,387     Egg Production                         2005      2,071.0 mil eggs     Broilers              3
 Average Farm Size (Acres)                             197      Broilers Produced                      2005    1,057,300 thou birds   Catfish Sales         2
                                                              * Insufficient data for publication




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                       GREENHOUSE/NURSERY                                                                 CORN
                         Cash Receipts, 1956-2005                                               Acres Planted, 1956-2005
  Million Dollars                                                   Mil Acres
  300                                                               2.5

  250
                                                                    2.0

  200
                                                                    1.5
  150
                                                                    1.0
  100

                                                                    0.5
   50

    0                                                               0.0
     1956       1963    1970    1977   1984    1991   1998   2005         1956       1963      1970      1977   1984    1991       1998     2005




                                COTTON                                                                   PEANUTS
                         Acres Planted, 1956-2005                                               Acres Planted, 1956-2005
  Mil Acres                                                         Thou Acres
  1.2                                                               300

  1.0                                                               250

  0.8                                                               200

  0.6                                                               150

  0.4                                                               100

  0.2                                                                50


  0.0                                                                 0
        1956    1963    1970    1977   1984    1991   1998   2005         1956        1963     1970      1977   1984     1991      1998      2005




                                SOYBEANS                                                      CROP RECEIPTS, 2005
                          Acres Planted, 1956-2005                                              Total: $721.9 Million
   Mil Acres
   2.5                                                                                          Cotton
                                                                                                $183.2                  Soybeans
                                                                                                                          $29.3
   2.0
                                                                                                                                Peanuts
                                                                                                                                 $103.6
                                                                                 Vegetables
   1.5                                                                             $35.6



   1.0
                                                                                                                                All Other Crops
                                                                                                                                      $94.1
   0.5
                                                                                 Greenhouse/Nursery
                                                                                       $276.1
   0.0
         1956   1963     1970   1977    1984   1991   1998   2005




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                                                                                                                           ALL HOGS AND PIGS
                                         ALL CATTLE                                                                         December 1, 1955 - 2005
                                 January 1, 1956 - 2006
                                                                                              Mil Head
     Mil Head
                                                                                              1.4
     3.0
                                                                                              1.2
     2.5
                                                                                              1.0
     2.0
                                                                                              0.8

     1.5                                                                                      0.6

     1.0                                                                                      0.4

                                                                                              0.2
     0.5
                                                                                              0.0
     0.0                                                                                            1955   1960   1965   1970    1975    1980    1985     1990   1995   2000   2005
           1956   1961   1966   1971     1976    1981   1986   1991    1996     2001   2006




                                                                                                                           EGG PRODUCTION
                              BROILERS PRODUCED                                                                                     1955-2005
                                          1955-2005
                                                                                              Bil Eggs
 Mil Birds
                                                                                              4.0
 1,200
                                                                                              3.5
 1,000
                                                                                              3.0

     800                                                                                      2.5
                                                                                              2.0
     600
                                                                                              1.5
     400
                                                                                              1.0

     200                                                                                      0.5
                                                                                              0.0
       0                                                                                            1955   1960   1965    1970    1975    1980     1985     1990   1995   2000    2005
           1955   1960   1965   1970 1975        1980   1985   1990   1995      2000 2005




                                                                                                                            ALABAMA CATFISH
                         Livestock & Poultry Receipts, 2005                                                               Cash Receipts, 1995 - 2005
                               Total: $3,375.1 billion
                                                                                              Mil Dollars
                                                  Hogs                                        120
                                                  $42.7
                                         Dairy      Catfish
                                         $37.7       $97.6
                                 Eggs
                                                                                              100
                                                        Other Lvstk & Poultry
                                $281.6                         $43.1
                                                                                              80
            Cattle & Calves
                $462.9

                                                                                              60


                                                                                              40


                                                                                              20


                                                          Broilers                             0
                                                          $2,409.6                                    1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005




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Baldwin        Wingard, Susan            (251) 937-7176   Jackson      Sims, Themika        (256) 574-2143
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Butler         Pinkston, Anthony         (334) 382-5111   Lee          Browne, Chuck        (334) 749-3353
Calhoun        West, David               (256) 237-1621   Limestone    Broman, Betty        (256) 232-5510
Chambers       Wilkins, Kimberly         (334) 864-9373   Lowndes      Mants, Katanga       (334) 548-2315
Cherokee       Glass, Linda              (256) 927-3250   Macon        Pulliam, John        (334) 727-0340
Chilton        West, Gay                 (205) 280-6268   Madison      Vacant               (256) 532-1578
Choctaw        Alberson, Elaine          (205) 459-2133   Marengo      Friday, Kathryn      (334) 295-5959
Clarke         Tucker, James             (251) 275-3121   Marion       Wallace, Bobby       (205) 921-3551
Clay           Moorehead, Marsha         (256) 354-5976   Marshall     Howard, Chuck        (256) 582-2009
Cleburne       Mathews, Eleanor          (256) 463-2620   Mobile       Todd, Jimmy          (251) 574-8445
Coffee         Windham, Stanley          (334) 894-5596   Monroe       Williams, Willie     (334) 575-3477
Colbert        McDonald, Teresa          (256) 386-8570   Montgomery   Smitherman, Jimmy    (334) 265-0233
Conecuh        Brogden, Emily            (251) 578-2762   Morgan       Dutton, Julie        (256) 773-2549
Coosa          Vines, Roger              (256) 377-4713   Perry        Vacant               (334) 683-6888
Covington      Simon, Charles            (334) 222-1125   Pickens      Wiggins, Sam         (205) 367-8148
Crenshaw       Parrish, Rusty            (334) 335-6312   Pike         Powell, Tammara      (334) 566-0985
Cullman        Cole, Elaine              (256) 737-9386   Randolph     Hardin, Christine    (256) 357-2841
Dale           Agee, Thomas              (334) 774-2329   Russell      Gilbert, Theodore    (334) 298-6845
Dallas         Nelson, Callie            (334) 875-3200   Shelby       Colquitt, Ricky      (205) 669-6763
DeKalb         Vacant                    (256) 845-8595   St. Clair    Clark, Lee Ann       (205) 338-9416
Elmore         Beauchamp, Ralph          (334) 567-6301   Sumter       Lampley, Willie      (205) 652-9501
Escambia       Farrior, Olin             (251) 867-7760   Talladega    Jurriaans, Wanda     (256) 362-6187
Etowah         Jordan, Mary              (256) 547-7936   Tallapoosa   Futral, Thomas       (256) 825-1050
Fayette        Weaver, Joan              (205) 932-8941   Tuscaloosa   Ford, Wayne          (205) 349-4630
Franklin       Reed, Timothy             (256) 332-8880   Walker       Cain, Danny          (205) 221-3392
Geneva         Baltikauski, Mary         (334) 684-2484   Washington   Threatt, Arthur      (251) 847-2295
Greene         Presley-Fuller, Patti     (205) 372-3401   Wilcox       Stenz, Pamela        (334) 682-4289
Hale           Shirley, Denise           (334) 624-8710   Winston      Henshaw, Michael     (205) 489-5376
Henry          Jones, James              (334) 585-6416


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                                                             Alabama County Facts
                                                                           Auto Tag   Land Area    Number of   Average Farm Size
             County                       County Seat      Population 1/
                                                                           Number     (Sq Miles)   Farms 2/        (Acres) 2/
Autauga ............................        Prattville         47,468         4           595.97        373           318
Baldwin .............................      Bay Minette        156,701         5         1,596.35      1,062           171
Barbour .............................        Clayton           28,557         6           884.90        531           359
Bibb...................................    Centreville         21,317         7           623.03        187           240
Blount................................      Oneonta            54,988         8           645.59      1,248           115
Bullock ..............................    Union Springs        11,229         9           625.01        273           536
Butler ................................     Greenville         20,764        10          776.87        425            196
Calhoun ............................        Anniston          112,425        11          608.46        673            111
Chambers .........................          Lafayette          35,567        12          597.17        306            303
Cherokee ..........................          Centre            24,525        13          553.12        546            222
Chilton...............................       Clanton           41,466        14          693.98        667            147
Choctaw............................           Butler           15,238        15          913.51        244            226
Clarke ...............................     Grove Hill          27,422        16         1,238.38       284            201
Clay...................................     Ashland            14,092        17           605.07       427            198
Cleburne ...........................         Heflin            14,458        18           560.21       326            136
Coffee ...............................        Elba             45,041        19           678.99       854            231
Colbert ..............................     Tuscumbia           54,824        20           594.53       584            226
Conecuh ...........................        Evergreen           13,453        21           850.79       369            222
Coosa ...............................       Rockford           11,368        22           652.44        228           173
Covington..........................         Andalusia          36,875        23         1,033.82      1,013           199
Crenshaw..........................           Luverne           13,610        24           609.58        570           229
Cullman.............................         Cullman           79,189        25           738.43      2,301           101
Dale ..................................       Ozark            49,122        26           561.07        459           304
Dallas................................        Selma            44,884        27           980.71        490           481
DeKalb ..............................      Fort Payne          66,935        28          777.91       2,177           109
Elmore ..............................      Wetumpka            71,944        29          621.26         633           165
Escambia ..........................         Brewton            38,336        30          947.38         444           213
Etowah..............................        Gadsden           103,250        31          534.82         974            93
Fayette..............................       Fayette            18,273        32          627.66         365           206
Franklin .............................     Russellville        30,823        33          635.64         929           157
Geneva .............................        Geneva             25,599        34           576.28        998           228
Greene..............................         Eutaw              9,746        35           645.87        349           367
Hale ..................................    Greensboro          18,275        36           643.74        433           371
Henry ................................      Abbeville          16,699        37           561.80        346           436
Houston ............................         Dothan            92,947        38           580.36        700           269
Jackson.............................       Scottsboro          53,821        39         1,078.74      1,375           167
Jefferson ...........................      Birmingham         658,495         1         1,112.61        463            91
Lamar................................        Vernon            14,975        40           604.85        463           187
Lauderdale........................          Florence           87,515        41           669.46      1,485           140
Lawrence ..........................          Moulton           34,418        42           693.38      1,597           147
Lee....................................      Opelika          120,714        43           608.71        336           220
Limestone .........................           Athens           69,387        44           568.05      1,235           183
Lowndes ...........................        Haynesville         13,210        45          717.94         420           468
Macon ...............................       Tuskegee           23,179        46          610.52         368           351
Madison ............................        Huntsville        293,072        47          804.92       1,117           178
Marengo............................          Linden            22,084        48          977.04         508           372
Marion...............................       Hamilton           30,267        49          741.41         756           158
Marshall ............................      Guntersville        84,781        50          567.06       1,686            95
Mobile ...............................       Mobile           400,526         2         1,233.09        740           136
Monroe..............................       Monroeville         23,725        51         1,025.85        443           271
Montgomery......................           Montgomery         222,559         3           789.76        703           303
Morgan..............................         Decatur          113,211        52           582.21      1,308           114
Perry .................................      Marion            11,522        53           719.48        376           439
Pickens .............................       Carrollton         20,401        54           881.42        493           289
Pike...................................        Troy            29,396        55          671.03        612            306
Randolph ..........................         Wedowee            22,603        56          581.05        610            180
Russell ..............................     Phenix City         49,262        57          641.32        245            430
Shelby...............................      Columbiana         165,677        58          794.69        486            132
St. Clair .............................      Ashville          70,245        59          633.75        667            124
Sumter ..............................       Livingston         14,141        60          904.94        443            399
Talladega ..........................        Talladega          80,277        61           739.53       584            187
Tallapoosa ........................         Dadeville          40,861        62           717.93       377            207
Tuscaloosa .......................         Tuscaloosa         167,104        63         1,324.37       547            188
Walker...............................        Jasper            70,005        64           794.39       543            138
Washington.......................            Chatom            17,906        65         1,080.66       396            187
Wilcox ...............................      Camden             12,958        66           888.68       306            523
Winston.............................      Double Springs       24,475        67           614.44       650            102
State Total ........................                        4,530,182        67        50,744.00     41,384           210
1/ U.S. Census Bureau, Estimated 2004 Population. 2/ Census of Agriculture, 2002


92                                                                                                 USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                                  Alabama Counties
                                   Lauderdale
                                   Lauderdale
                                                    Limestone
                                                    Limestone
                                    C olbert                        M
                                                                    Madison         Jackson
                               Colbert
     District 10                                                                                                     District 20
                                              Law
                                               awrence
                                              L rence                                         De
                                                                                              De Kalb
                                                               M
                                                               Morgan
                               Franklin
                                                                            M
                                                                            Marshall
                                                                                                  Cherokee
                                                                                                  Cherokee
                                              W
                                              Winston
                              M
                              Marion
                                                          Cullman
                                                          Cullman
                                                                        Blount      Etow
                                                                                    Etowah


                       Lamar
                       Lamar                                                               Calhoun
                                                                                           Calhoun
                                                W
                                                Walker                      St. Clair
                                  Fayette
                                  Fayette

                                                                                                     Cleburne
                                                          Jefferson

                                                                                 Talladega
                                                                                 Talladega
                                                                                                                          District 30
                                       T
                                       Tuscaloosa
                                        uscaloosa                 Shelby                     Clay
                                                                                             Clay     Randolph
                                                                                                      Randolph
                       Pickens


                                                        Bibb

                         Greene                                                  Coosa
                                                                                 Coosa                  Chambers
                                                                  Chilton
                                                                  Chilton
                                                                                           Tallapoosa Chambers
                                                                                           Tallapoosa
    District 40                        Hale
                                       Hale
                    Sumter
                                                Perry                             Elmore
                                                                                  Elmore                     Lee
                                                                                                             Lee
                                                                  Autauga
                                                                   utauga

                                                    Dallas
                                                    Dallas                                    M
                                                                                              Macon
                                                                                                                                District 60
                                 M
                                 Marengo                                                                        Russell
                                                                                                                Russell
                                                                             M
                                                                             Montgomery
                                                                  Lowndes
                                                                                                  Bullock
                                                 W
                                                 Wilcox
                   Choctaw
                   Choctaw

                                                                                                        Barbour
                                                                                           Pike
                                                                                           Pike
                                                                  Butler    Crenshaw

   District 50                   Clarke
                                 Clarke                                     Crenshaw
                                              M
                                              Monroe
                                               onroe                                                           Henry
                                                                                                               Henry
                                                         Conecuh
                                                         Conecuh
                    W
                    Washington                                                           Coffee
                                                                                         Coffee      Dale
                                                                                                     Dale

                                                                        Covington
                                                                        Covington

                                                  Escambia
                                                  Escambia                                                   Houston
                                                                                                             Houston
                                                                                            G
                                                                                            Geneva
                                                                                             eneva




                                 Baldwin
                     M
                     Mobile




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                              93
                          Alabama Census of Agriculture: Historical Highlights 2002 and Earlier Census Years
                                                                                                                                          Not adjusted for coverage
                                                                                              2002        1997
                                                                                                                        1997             1992       1987        1982     1978
 Farms ............................................................................number   45,126         49,872        41,384           37,905     43,318      48,448   50,780
 Land in farms ................................................................... acres 8,904,387      9,517,377     8,704,385        8,450,823 9,145,753 10,200,547 11,147,825
 Average size of farm ........................................................ acres           197            191           210              223        211         211      220

 Market value of land & bldgs.-Avg per farm................... dollars                        335,217    282,304        298,244            220,265             168,161           171,210       138,257
 Market value of mach. & equip.-Avg per farm................ dollars                           42,705     34,420         35,914             30,354              25,831            24,151        20,976

 Farms by size - 1 to 49 acres....................................................             16,746     18,508         13,995              12,067             14,958              17,175      16,137
 Farms by size - 50 to 499 acres................................................               24,642     27,337         23,576              22,091             24,290              26,748      29,822
 Farms by size - 500 to 999 acres..............................................                 2,237      2,428          2,277               2,244              2,469               2,786       3,025
 Farms by size - 1,000 to 1,999 acres........................................                     978      1,083          1,039                 990              1,111               1,186       1,194
 Farms by size - 2,000 acres or more ........................................                     523        516            497                 513                490                 553         602

 Total cropland ..................................................................farms     34,073         39,862        34,407           32,327             37,148            41,975            45,443
 Total cropland .................................................................. acres 3,732,751      4,435,041     4,197,670        4,237,057          4,496,607         5,105,734         5,448,622
 Harvested cropland.......................................................... acres 1,995,139           2,179,636     2,077,139        2,104,064          2,231,623         3,265,361         3,364,231

 Irrigated land ....................................................................farms       1,698      1,503          1,301               1,380              1,344               1,040         994
 Irrigated land .................................................................... acres    108,783     79,647         76,871              82,015             84,054              66,020      58,581

 Mkt. value of ag. prod. sold - Average per farm............. dollars                          72,352     64,137         74,884              62,503             44,053              35,175      30,158

 Farms by value of sales - Less than $9,999 .............................                      32,069     36,117         28,505              24,105             29,342              33,262      33,870
 Farms by value of sales - $10,000 to $99,999..........................                         8,386      8,951          8,185               8,915              9,490              10,630      12,912
 Farms by value of sales - $100,000 to $499,999......................                           2,721      2,900          2,830               3,825              3,946               4,173       3,728
 Farms by value of sales - $500,000 or more ............................                        1,950      1,904          1,864               1,060                540                 353         236

 Farms by type of org.           - Family or individual .............................          42,359     45,640         37,697              34,257             39,553              44,009      45,968
 Farms by type of org.           - Partnership .........................................        1,882      3,138          2,734               2,843              3,014               3,754       4,074
 Farms by type of org.           - Corporation .........................................          658        822            735                 666                570                 513         606
 Farms by type of org.           - Other...................................................       227        272            218                 139                181                 172         132

 Principal operator by days of work off farm - None...................                         20,519     16,265         13,961              13,492             14,206              14,774      16,649
 Principal operator by days of work off farm - Any .....................                       24,607     31,134         25,259              21,921             26,899              29,776      31,929
 Principal operator. worked 200+ days off farm .........................                       18,443     23,163         18,677              16,343             20,154              22,074      23,392
 Average age of principal operator.................................... years                     56.6       54.7           54.9                54.8               53.1                51.8        51.1


The 2002 Census of Agriculture was taken to obtain Agricultural Statistics for Alabama and each county in the state, as well as every
county and state in the Nation. The 2002 Census introduced new methodology to account for all farms. All Census items published for
2002 were adjusted for undercoverage. To provide comparable data, 1997 Census data were also adjusted.

The Census data provided in this bulletin (pp 94-96) represent only a small portion of the total information collected and published in the
2002 Census of Agriculture. Log onto our website (http://www.usda.gov/nass/) and click on “Agriculture Census” to see all the census
numbers for the U.S. and each state, including Alabama.



                             Census Land in Farms                                                                Percent of Farms and Market Value of
                              by Land Use - 2002                                                                   Agricultural Products Sold: 2002

                                                                                                          Value of Sales
                                                              Cropland
                                                               41.9%                                                                                                      71.1
                                                                                                          Less than $10,000
                                                                                                                              2.3


                                                                                                                                           18.6
                                                                                                         $10,000 to $99,999
                                                                                                                                7.0


                                                                                       Other uses                                   10.3
                                                                                          5.4%            $100,000 or more
                                                                                                                                                                                       90.7
        Woodland
         35.7%                                                              Pasture
                                                                             17.0%                                                          Percent of farms     Percent of sales




94                                                                                                                                                  USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                Alabama Census of Agriculture, 2002: State Totals and Leading County
                                                                  Alabama                                               Leading County
Commodity or Item                                             Farms    Amount              Unit              County           Farms    Amount
Apples, bearing & non-bearing                                    265          594          acres        Blount                        8                115
Cantaloups harvested for sale                                    258          600          acres        Houston                      14                164
Christmas trees, area in production                                   99     1020          acres        Mobile                        5                103
Collards harvested for sale                                       91           789        acres         Baldwin                      12                277
Cropland, total                                               34,073         3,733       1,000 ac       Limestone                   962               142.3
 Cropland harvested                                           23,327         1,995       1,000 ac       Madison                     644               110.4
Cropland, harvested, irrigated                                 1,550       101,965         acres        Baldwin                      93           11,045
Field & grass seed crops, all                                    134         5,449         acres        Bullock                       6               1,018
Goats, meat and other, inventory                               2,042        47,270         head         Cullman                      88               3,011
Grain storage capacity on farms                                2,270          21.6        mil bu        DeKalb                      121                 2.2
Grapes bearing and non-bearing                                   186           323        acres         Baldwin                      12                  63
Hired farm labor                                              10,123        35,697       workers        Mobile                      142               2,018
Horses and ponies, inventory                                  10,340        65,494         head         Cullman                     478               2,902
Mules, burros and donkeys, inventory                           1,007         3,625         head         Lauderdale                   33                177
Oats harvested for grain                                         285        13,531         acres        Geneva                       51               2,898
Peas, green southern hvst’d for sale                             293         1,744         acres        Autauga                      29                 538
Pumpkins harvested for sale                                           56      497          acres        Jackson                       7                115
Quail sold                                                        60       974,480         birds        Lowndes                      2                    D
Rabbit inventory (on farms)                                      131         5,786         head         Colbert                      7                  894
 Rabbits sold                                                     67        10,838         head         Lamar                        5                2,434
Recreational Services, farm income                               839         5,216        $1,000        Macon                       20                  795
Rye harvested for grain                                          155         5,985         acres        Henry                        27               1,851
Sod harvested                                                     96        25,805         acres        Baldwin                      21               9,638
Squash harvested for sale                                        181          677          acres        Jackson                       6                213
Strawberries harvested for sale                                   57          136          acres        Baldwin                       4                 31
Turnip greens harvested for sale                                 103          579          acres        Baldwin                      12                218
D = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.




                      Census Farms by Size: 2002                                             Age of Principal Operator: 2002
       Acres                                                                             Years

               1-49                              37.1%                                 Under 25    1%

                                                                                          25-34         4%
           50-499                                             54.6%
                                                                                          35-44                         14%
          500-999        4.9%
                                                                                          45-54                                           25%

       1,000-1,999     2.2%                                                               55-64                                                 27%


           2,000+     1.2%                                                                 65-69                  11%

                                                                                     70 and over                              18%
                                       Percent




USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office                                                                                                                              95
                             Alabama Census of Agriculture, 2002: Selected Commodities and Economic Data
                                                                                                                             Net Cash Income of
                                      Goats, All           Sheep and Lambs     Land Used for Vegetables   Land in Orchards
                                                                                                                                 Operators
                                   Farms     Inventory     Farms   Inventory     Farms        Acres       Farms     Acres      Avg per Farm
Autauga.....................           19            745     1           D          56         2,355        21         503        14,215
Baldwin......................          71          1,194    17         315          44         1,772       301       6,162        15,365
Barbour .....................          22            841     4         120          15           160        62         816         9,221
Bibb ...........................       14            168     4          11           6            51         8          63         2,442
Blount ........................        45          1,031    16         131          75         1,160        27         404         7,006
Bullock.......................         15            292     3          19          10            67        49         980        43,434
Butler.........................        29           617      0           0          17           133         26        268        12,594
Calhoun.....................           39           706      9         206          18            42         23         77           882
Chambers..................             10             D      6          63           9           103         13        126         2,157
Cherokee...................            25           548      6         209          11            71         10         57         7,280
Chilton .......................        36           778     10         277          64         1,108         80      3,002         4,177
Choctaw ....................            9           192      0           0          15            94          9         40          -658
Clarke........................         14            303     2           D          14          125          12         83        -2,049
Clay ...........................       12            316     3          11           5           13          15         69         3,851
Cleburne....................            7            567     5          30          10           32           4         34        18,813
Coffee........................         36          1,052     6         179          19          216          49        334        14,359
Colbert.......................         36            914     3           D          14           54           9         24         7,571
Conecuh....................            14            215     6         156           3            D          21        187         4,449
Coosa........................           2              D     0           0           0            0           8         54           124
Covington ..................           45          1,304     6         254          21          611          64      1,318         7,363
Crenshaw ..................            45          1,175     1           D          12           71          23        307        10,522
Cullman .....................          97          3,137    20         508          60          672          27        132        14,619
Dale...........................        23            726     4         202          10           80          35        375         5,779
Dallas ........................        10            282     1           D          16          163          24        278        11,815
DeKalb ......................          75          2,119    17         505          54          741          11         21         8,743
Elmore.......................          49            690    16         318          27          209          33        237          -940
Escambia ..................            32            813     8         170          10           19          27        421        -7,020
Etowah ......................          54            570    16         252          32          337          15         31         3,815
Fayette ......................         15            277     2           D          10           44           2          D         5,332
Franklin .....................         36            694     7         260          14           36           3          D        13,080
Geneva......................           38            876     1           D          47         1,190         64        686         7,819
Greene ......................          13            102     2           D          22           109          6          8        15,832
Hale...........................        19            244     6         120          12            44          7         44        34,605
Henry.........................         14            296     1           D           6           114         21        402        -4,707
Houston.....................           23            671     3         208          50         2,905         38        450         1,543
Jackson .....................          95          2,027    19         267          40           843         16         99         4,570
Jefferson ...................          25            452     0           0          12           36           6         23         2,775
Lamar ........................         21            332     9          37          21          104           4         69         1,332
Lauderdale ................           123          3,163    16         694          23           92          13         30           -99
Lawrence...................            89          1,451     5          25          11           72          12         47         1,239
Lee ............................        9            148     8           D          12           35          22        359        19,836
Limestone..................            73          1,600    17         613          12          102          16        236         7,764
Lowndes....................            11            186     2           D           5            8          16        764        12,155
Macon .......................          26            708     3          12          18           83          35        794         4,370
Madison.....................           73          1,323    10         202          25          130          28        122           839
Marengo ....................           23            754     0           0           7           25           4          9         5,949
Marion .......................         27            562     2           D          11           48           7          9         1,728
Marshall.....................          76          2,255    12         207          23          132          24        168         5,278
Mobile........................         33            404    10         511          35          372        173       3,208        30,581
Monroe ......................          25            554     0           0          19           74         35         907        -8,450
Montgomery ..............              42          1,532    22         674          16           58         46         667         4,985
Morgan ......................          70          1,048    21         557          40          287         27         215         5,193
Perry..........................        18            436     4           D          23          362         12         124        17,521
Pickens......................          20            302     3           8          14           74          9           D        15,982
Pike ...........................       31           961      4           4          19          159          46        742         9,297
Randolph...................            15           290      2           D          24           52          11         19         5,483
Russell ......................         12           622      4           D          11          105          18        317         8,766
St. Clair .....................        57           538      6         108          27          566          13         56         3,231
Shelby .......................         21           476      8         153          13           16          18        101         5,501
Sumter.......................           7           222      1           D          19          105          14        151         4,130
Talladega ..................      32        748        10               97           5            16         21        115          2,705
Tallapoosa.................       16        253         8               85           7            24          9         56         -2,326
Tuscaloosa................        35        428         5               22          19            64          9        113          4,282
Walker .......................    47        759         3               65          17             D          9         44          5,479
Washington ...............        20        302        17              664          20            79         11         78          1,325
Wilcox........................    17        579         0                0          12           129         10         79          4,287
Winston .....................     27        564         2                D           6            22         11         42          5,111
State Total.................   2,259    50,574       445            11,374       1,374        19,774      1,852     28,009          7,148
D = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.



96                                                                                                          USDA, NASS, Alabama Field Office
                                       Alabama’s Population and Land Area
Total Population 2005*.......................................................................................................................................... 4,557,808
    U.S. Rank..................................................................................................................................................................23rd
Total Land Area (Bureau of the Census) ................................................................................................... 50,744 Sq. Miles
    U.S. Rank................................................................................................................................................................... 30th
    People Per Square Mile ............................................................................................................................................ 89.8
Statehood......................................................................................................................... December 14, 1819 (22nd State)
State Flower ............................................................................................................................................................ Camellia
State Bird ..................................................................................................................................................... Yellowhammer
State Fish (freshwater).............................................................................................................................Large Mouth Bass
State Tree .......................................................................................................................................................Longleaf Pine
State Mineral .................................................................................................................................. Hematite (Red Iron Ore)
Number of Farms (2005)............................................................................................................................................ 43,500
Land in Farms (2005)..................................................................................................................................8,600,000 Acres
Land in Farms as percent of Total Land Area (2005) ....................................................................................................... 27
Average Acres Per Farm (2005) ..................................................................................................................................... 198
Average Age of Farmers (2002 Census of Agriculture).................................................................................................... 57
    *Estimate prepared by U.S. Bureau of the Census, Population Estimates Branch.

                                                                   ALABAMA POPULATION GROWTH
                                                                                 (2010 - 2025 Projected)

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      If You Need to Call:                                                                                                                         The Number is:

     Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries                                                                                               (800) 642-7761
     Alabama Cooperative Extension System                                                                                                           (334) 844-4444
     Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service, USDA                                                                                                 (334) 223-7141
     Farm Service Agency, USDA                                                                                                                      (334) 279-3500
     Food & Nutrition Service, USDA                                                                                                                 (334) 272-0844
     Food Safety Inspection Service, USDA                                                                                                           (334) 272-9232
     Rural Development, USDA                                                                                                                        (334) 279-3400
     Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA                                                                                                   (334) 887-4500
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 they produce. Help Alabama Grow A+ is designed to showcase Alabama’s specialty crops-fruits, vegetables,
 greenhouse goods, Christmas trees, sods, nuts, and Satsumas, a tasty mandarin orange produced in the southern
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 potatoes, watermelons, Satsumas, cantaloupes, and apples, and puts them on the lunch plates of Alabama school
 children. Some of the best agriculture in the world is grown right here in Alabama and these programs help to promote
 our farmers.

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