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Agricultural Statistics 2012 (ePub eBook)

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Agricultural Statistics 2012 (Paperback)
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Agricultural Statistics is published each year to meet the diverse need for a reliable reference book on agricultural production, supplies, consumption, facilities, costs, and returns. Its tables of annual data cover a wide variety of facts in forms suited to most common use.

Inquiries concerning more current or more detailed data, past and prospective revisions, or the statistical methodology used should be addressed directly to the agency credited with preparing the table. Most of the data were prepared or compiled in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The historical series in this volume have been generally limited to data beginning with 2001 or later.

Foreign agricultural trade statistics include Government as well as non-Government shipments of merchandise from the United States and Territories to foreign countries. They do not include U.S. shipments to the U.S. Armed Forces abroad for their own use or shipments between the States and U.S. Territories. The world summaries of production and trade of major farm products are prepared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture from reports of the U.S. Department of Commerce, official statistics of foreign governments, other foreign source materials, reports of U.S. Agricultural Attache and Foreign Service Officers, and the result of office research.

Statistics presented in many of the tables represent actual counts of the items covered. Most of the statistics relating to foreign trade and to Government programs, such as numbers and amounts of loans made to farmers, and amounts of loans made by the Commodity Credit Corporation, etc., are data of this type. A large number of other tables, however, contain data that are estimates made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

 

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Table of Contents

Introduction ................................................................................ iii
Weights, measures and conversion factors ....................... iv
I—Grain and feed:
Total grain supply ...................................................... I-1
Food grains:
Wheat ..................................................................... I-1
Rye ......................................................................... I-11
Rice ........................................................................ I-14
Feed grains:
Corn ....................................................................... I-21
Oats ........................................................................ I-28
Barley ..................................................................... I-32
Sorghum ................................................................. I-36
Grain consumption .................................................... I-41
Animal units fed ........................................................ I-43
Feedstuffs ................................................................... I-44
Millet .......................................................................... I-45
II—Cotton, tobacco, sugar crops and honey:
Cotton ......................................................................... II-1
Sugarbeets ..................................................................II-16
Sugarcane ...................................................................II-17
Sugar ..........................................................................II-18
Honey .........................................................................II-21
Tobacco ......................................................................II-23
III—Oilseeds, fats and oils:
Cottonseed ................................................................. III-1
Flaxseed ..................................................................... III-5
Peanuts ....................................................................... III-8
Soybeans ....................................................................III-13
Sunflower ...................................................................III-22
Peppermint and spearmint .........................................III-27
Olive oil .....................................................................III-28
Margarine ...................................................................III-28
Shortening ..................................................................III-29
Fats and oils ...............................................................III-30
IV—Vegetables and melons:
Vegetables and melons ..............................................IV-1
Vegetable shipments .................................................I.V-35
Vegetable utilization .................................................I.V-37
Frozen vegetables and potato products ....................I.V-40
V—Fruits, tree nuts and horticultural specialties:
Fruits .......................................................................... V-1
Tree nuts ....................................................................V-41
Cocoa beans, coffee, and tea ....................................V-47
Mushrooms ................................................................V-49
Flowers .......................................................................V-50
Cold storage holdings ................................................V-61
VI—Hay, seeds and minor field crops:
Hay ............................................................................. VI-1
Seeds .......................................................................... VI-9
Beans, dry edible ......................................................V. I-10
Peas, dry ....................................................................V. I-14
Hops ..........................................................................V. I-15
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VII—Cattle, hogs and sheep:
Cattle and calves ........................................................VII-1
Hogs .........................................................................V..II-14
Sheep and lambs ......................................................V..II-22
Wool .........................................................................V..II-30
Goats and mohair ....................................................V..II-35
Meats ........................................................................V..II-40
Hides ........................................................................V..II-50
Livestock numbers ...................................................V..II-56
VIII—Dairy and poultry statistics:
Cows, milk ...............................................................V.. III-1
Dairy products .......................................................V...I.II-17
Chickens .................................................................V...I.II-30
Turkeys ..................................................................V...I.II-38
Eggs .......................................................................V...I.II-40
Cold storage ...........................................................V...I.II-43
IX—Farm resources, income and expenses:
Economic trends ........................................................ IX-1
Farm property ............................................................ IX-2
Farm labor .................................................................I.X-16
Farm production and distribution .............................I.X-19
Prices and income .....................................................I.X-29
Costs and expenses ...................................................I.X-34
X—Insurance, credit and cooperatives:
Crop losses ................................................................. X-1
Insurance .................................................................... X-4
Credit and loan programs ..........................................X-13
Farmers’ cooperatives ................................................X-14
Rural utilities .............................................................X-17
XI—Stabilization and price-support programs:
Price support .............................................................. XI-1
Payments to producers .............................................X. I-12
Marketing agreements and orders ............................X. I-14
XII—Agricultural conservation and forestry statistics:
Conservation Reserve Programs ...............................XII-1
Soil conservation programs .....................................X..II-18
Forestry ....................................................................X..II-19
XIII—Consumption and family living:
Population ................................................................X.. III-1
Food consumption and nutrition .............................X.. III-1
Prices at retail levels ...............................................X.. III-6
XIV—Fertilizers and pesticides:
Field crops ...............................................................X.. IV-1
Fruits ......................................................................X...I.V-20
Vegetables ..............................................................X...I.V-21
XV—Miscellaneous agricultural statistics:
Agricultural imports and exports ..............................XV-1
Fishery statistics .....................................................X...V-14
Refrigeration statistics ............................................X...V-30
Alaska statistics ......................................................X...V-32
Crop rankings .........................................................X...V-33
Crop progress ..........................................................X...V-34
Appendix I:
Telephone contact list .............................................A...p..p..e..n..dix-1
Index ......................................................................................1

Audience

Farmers, ranchers, soil conservationists, surveyors, agricultural economist consultants, livestock manufacturers, livestock feedlot operators, food distributors, animal scientists, food chemists, food brokers, farm and land appraisers (and more) may have the greatest interest in this volume.

Product Details

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Publisher:
Agriculture Dept.. National Agricultural Statistics Service
Author:
  • Holcomb, Rich
Year/Pages:
2012: 549 p.
Notes:
The stock number is misprinted on the mailing carton as 001-000-0457-4. It should be 001-000-04757-4.
Key Phrases:
  • Agriculture
  • Farms and Farming
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Agricultural Estimating and Reporting
  • Agricultural Statistics
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Item available Date:
11/30/2012
Last Status Update:
12/01/2017
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