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in November last, and 712.5 pounds as the average for the last fifteen years. The Kentucky crop la
reported as the smallest in many years, and on the other hand that of Wisconsin shows a larger acre-
age, a larger yield per acre, and a higher average quality than for a decade. In Florida tobacco grow-
ing is said to have t>ecn gi-eatly stimulated by the condition of alTairs in Cuba.

Haw.- There is every indication that the hay crop will prove to be the largest on record, the
indicated average yield being 1.42 tons per acre, or U.06 ton per acre above the high average of last
year and 0.21 ton per acre above the average for the last fifteen years.

Cotton. -The average indicated yield of lint cotton per acre is 18L9 pounds. The principal State
averages are as follows :



North Carolina 184

South Carolina 189

G eorgla 178

Alabama 165

Mississippi 220

Louisiana 245



Texas

Arkansas

Tennessee

Oklahoma

Indian Territory.
Florida



165
215
132

800
110



In the main the crop has been picked in excellent condition, the weather having been highly
favorable.

The Forbion Crop Situation.

Much interest attaches to the grain crop of Russia, especially wheat, on account of its magni-
tude as a factor in the European supply. All accounts agree in representing the wheat crop as defi-
cient, but as to the extent of the deficiency there is much difference of opinion.

Notwithstanding short crop reports, Russia has since harvest exported grain very freely. The
exports of wheat from August 1 to October 23 amounted to 4,152,840 quarters of 8 imperial bushels,
a«rainst 2,885J54«» quarters and 3,388,780 quarters during the corresponding periods in 1888 and 1896, re-



apectively. These very large exports have led commercial papers to withhold their credence from the
more pemimistic of the reports which have been published. That the crop was deficient was admitted,
but t^>at the failure was so serious as such reports implied, few of the grain dealers of western Europe
would believe. Recently, however, some change of attitude is becoming apparent. Beerbohm^s
Corn Trade List, in its issue of October 22, states that reports seem to be growing worse, and says :

** One of our reports this week has ventured, in fact, to de^crllje the wheat crop as little better
than th^it of 1801. Tie truth probably is that in some of the lea«ling districts, especially in the Cau-
casus and the Don localities, tne yield has been so poor as lo lea*i to the fear that the whole country is
in the same condit ii •n. ♦ ♦ ♦ It is a significant point to note that prices in Russia are now, and have
been for some little time, much too high for business with England, and we are told by more than one
correspondent that prices are actually higher in the interior than they are in the ports."

It is irenerally understood that Russia hnd large stoctcs of wheat left over from the crops of pre-
ceding years, and this fact, coupled with the good prices which have prevailed, may account for the
large exports which have taken place, even though the crop failure in large parts of Russia may have
been extremely serious. Consul Heenan declares that Russia will not again prohibit the exportation
of cereals.

The preliminary official figures on wheat for France, published in the report for October,
show, upon comparison with the final official figures for 1890, a reduction of over 26 per cent., and
upon c"mpari;*on with the average for the ten years 1886-1895 they show a reduction of over 17 per
cent. On an average for the five years 1891-95 France and Russia together produced over 26 per cent,
of tbe world's wheat crop, as estimated from year to year by the United States Department of Agri-
culture, and a heavy shortage in both countries would, therefore, be sufficient in itself to produce a
very sensible effect on the world^s supply, independent of the short crops in Austria-Hungary, tbe
Danubian and Balkan countries, and elsewhere, and the shortness of the last crop in India, Australa-
sia, and Argentina.

In Germans , rye, which is the principal bread grain of that country, has been officially estimated
at 4 per cent, less than last year*s crop.

The various estimates for Austria-Hunflrary are more or less conflicting, but there is no doubt
as to there tieing a heavy deficit in the wheat crop.

The preliminary estimate of the Italian wheat crop makes it 30,000,000 hectolitres (86,131,000
bushels), airainst 51,()niMi0u hectolitres (144,722,700 bushels) last year.

The Austiian Ministry of Asrriculture has estimated the Dulgarian wheat crop at 40 per cent.,
rye at 35 to 40 i>er cent., and barley at 25 per cent, less than last year. More recent commercial esti-
nintcs make the deficiency in wheat somewhat greater and in rye and barley somewhat less than these
figures indicate.

The whent crop of Turkey has been estimated at 6,350.000 quarters (50,800,000 imperial bushels).
In the Emopean part of the empire the crop is generally poor, but in the Asiatic part it is good.



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CEREAL CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES.



ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE OF PRINCIPAL FARM CROPS IN THE
UNITED STATES, CALENDAR YEARS.

(From Oovernment Statistics.)
Com.









Avge.








Avge.








Value








Value




-^ ' - D


Area.


per
Busbel.




Production, Ar«i


per
Bushel.


rear.




Acrt*.


Value. Cents.


Year.






i'enis.


1866


5


34,306,538 $69 ',666,295 G8.2


1881


. 1,




170 63.6


1867





32,52».249


610,9^8,'«0 7rf.5


1882


. 1




175 4U.6


1868





34,8H7,24U


569,512.460 62.8


ias3


. 1.




*-> 42 4


1860





37,l(>3,24o


658.532,70<i 75.3


1884


. 1




HVO 35.7


1870





8%tt4«,977


601,^39,.4» 5J.0


Id8>


. 1,




i30 a:;.8


1871





34,091,137


478,275.900 48.2


1«H6


. 1,




i0(l :6.6


1872





a5.52a.836


43.143.290 39.8


1887


. 1.




r70 44.4


187H





39. 197, 148


447,183.020 4^.0


1888


. 1




W) 34.1
^ 28.8


1874





41,086 918


550.043,080 64.7


1889


. 2


1


187»





44,841,371


55\445.030 42.0


18ilO


. 1,




151 60.6


1876


I)


49,033,364


475,491,210 87.0


1^'9I


. 2




!28 40.6


1877





50,369.113


480,643,4<« ;<5.8


1892


. 1,




»0 80.4


1878





51,585,(lU)


441,153.405 81.8


18>«


. 1.




K7 86.6


1879





63,085,450


5HI),486,217 37.5


18W


. 1.




162 46.7


1880


i)


ft;,317,842


670,714,499 39.6


l«»6

1896


. 2.
. 2.




«4 26.8
67 21.6










1897


. 1





J52 26.3








Wh


tat.














Avge.
Value








ViuS




* >n.


Area.


per
Bushel.






1. Area.


per
Bushel.


Year.


1,


Acres.


Cents.


Year.




Acres.


VrIua. HnntA.


1866


6


16,«4,496j^ 46 219.6


1881




87.709,020 1468.880.427 fl9.2


1867





18,821,561


BO 198.6


1882




87,067,194


445,602,126 88.2


1868





18,460,132


\ 90 142.6


1883




86,465,508


888,649,272 01.1


1869





19,181.004


1 90 94.1


1884




89,475.886


830,862,260 64.6


1870





18,992,591


i 16 104.2


1886




84,180,246


275,820.800 77.1


1871





19,943.893


1 30 125.9


1886




36,806,184


314,226,020 68.7


1872





2U.858,a59


5 76 124.1


1887




87.641.788


310,6 R.060 68.1


1878


II


22,171,676


I )5 115.1


1888




87,386,188


8a%248,030 92.6


1874





24.9«7,027


: 96 94.5


1889




88,123,859


842.401,707 60.8


1875


1)


26,381,512


I m 1(10.8


1890




86,087,154


884.778.678 88.8


1876


1)


27,627.021


i H) 108.8


1801




39,916,897


618.472,711 88.0


1877


»


a«,277,r)46


i rO 108.4


1802




38,664,480


822,111,881 62.4


1878


42(),1^».4(>0


32.108.560


J 84 n.7


1893




84,629,418


218,171,881 68.8


1879


448.756,630


3i,545,9.T0


i \Z 11U.8


1894




84,882,486


226,002,026 40.1


1980


498,549,868


37,^83,717


i SO 95.1


1895


-».,.v.w,.rv.


84,047,882


WMm S.i










1896


427,684,346


34,678,646


310,602,639 728.6










1807


530,149,168


30,465,066


428,647,121 80.6








Ry


f.*














Avge.








Avge.








Value








Value




r ■ ■•


Area.


per
BuHhel.








per
Bushel.


Year.




Acres.


Value. Cent?.


Year.






Valu*». Cents.


1866




1,548.083


^ -"^ "00 118.2


1879






$16,607,481 66.6


1867




1,689,175


S iO 140.2


•880






18 664,660 76.6


1868




1.661,-«1


a r7 127.6


1881






19.327,416 96.8


1809




1.657.584


2 14 97.1


1882






18.439,194 61.6


1870




1.176.137


11 K> 81.5


1883






16,3110,503 68.1


1871




1.069,531


IJ t6 7fl.O


1884






14,857,040 61.9


1872




1.048.664


li 76.3


1886






12,.'i94,820 57.9


1873




1.150.355


1] « 7G.3


1886






13,181,330 63.8


1874




1.116,716


IJ 1 86.9


1887






11,283,140 64.6


1875




l,aw,788


IJ 76.9


1888






16,721.869 68.8


1876




1,468.374


li « 66.9


1808






ia.612.2?2 51.8


1877




1,412.902


li 6 69.2


1894






13.3'^5,476 60.1


1878




1.622,700


IS 6 62.6


1895


-...-..-.^.


i,w<',u-n«


11,964,826 44.0










1896


24,369,047


1,831,201


9,960,760 40.9










1897


27,363,324


1,703,561


12,239,647 44.7



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Barley.*





. Area.


Year.


Acres.


1866


4SSt,S8Z


186(1


l,18l;8I7


1868


937,408


1869


1,085,795


1870


1,108,924


1871


1,177,785


1872


1.397,088


1878


1,887,106


1874


1,580,626


1875


1,789,908


1876


1,766,511


18n


1,614,654


1878


1,790,400



AYge.
Value

per
Bushel.
Value. Cents.
$11,388,698 100.9
22,850,130 88.8
29,809,981 130.2
28,387,909 81.6
22.244,684 84.6
21,541.777 80.6
19,837,773 73.9
29,833,52!9 91.5
29,983,769 92.1
29,952.062 81.2
26,735,110 66.5
22,028,644 64.0
24,488,315 58.0



Production. Area.

Year. Bushels. Acres.

1879 40,288,100 1,680,700

1880 45,165,346 1,843,329

1881 41,161,830 1,967,510

1882 48,953,926 2,272,106

1883 60, 136,097 2,879,009

1884 61,2U8,000 2,608,818

1885 58,86O,0iJO 2,729,360

1886 69,428,000 2,652,957

1887 66,812,000 2,901,953

1888 63,884,000 2,996,382

1803 69,869,495 8.220,871

1894. 61,400,465 8,170,602

1806 87,072,744 8,299,978

1896 :09,695,223 2,960,539

1897 166,685,127 2,719,116





Avge.




Value




per


Kusbei


Value. Cents.


$28,714,444


58.9


80,000,742


66.6


88,862,518


88.8


80,768,015


62.9


29,420,423


58.7


29,779,170


48.7


32,867,606


66.»


81,840,510


58.»


20,464,390


Si. 9


37,672,082


50.0


28.729,866


41.1


27,134,127


a.z


29,812,418


88.T


22,491,241


82.3


25,142,180


87.7



Tobaceo.*



Production.
Year. Pounds.

1866 888,128,684

1867 813,724,000

1868 320,982,000

1869 273,n5,000

1870 250,628,000

1871 268.196,100

1872 342,304,000

1873 372,810,C:00

1874 178,355,000

1875 379,347,000

1876 881,002,000

1877

1878 392,546.700



Area.
Acres.
520,107
494.a»

427,189
481,101
3311,668
3)0,769
416,512
480,878
281,662
559,049
540,457



Avge.

Value
per

Pound.
Value. Cents.
158,778,888 13.9
41,283,431
40,081,942
32,206,325
26.747,158
25,901,421
85,730,385
30,865,972
23,362,705
30,34:;,6(I0
28,282,968



18.2
12.5
11.8
10.7

9.8
10.4

8.3
18.1

8.0

7.4



542,860 82,187,428 5.6



( Production. Area.

Year. Pounds. Acres.

1879 801,278,350 492.100 \

1880 446,296,889 602,516

1881 449,880,014 646,239

1882 513,0n,558 671,522

1883 451,545,641 638,73^

1884 541,604.a)0 724,668

1885 66 ',736,000 762,620

1886 532,537,000 760,210

1887 386,240.000 606,620

1888 565,796,000 747,828

1898 483.008,968 702,932

1894 406,678,885 628,108

1895 491,544.000 688,060

1806 403,004,320 594,749



Avffe*
Value

per
Pound.
Cents.
1 5.8

8.2

9.e

8.4
9.0

8.8
7.7
7.4
10.6
7.7
8.1
6.8
7.8



Potatoe9.*





Area.


Year.


Acres.


1866


1,060,881


1867


1,102,195


1868


1,131.552


1869


1,222,250


1870


1,825,119


1871


1,220,913


1872


1,331,331


1878


1,295,139


1874


1.310,041


1875


1,510,041


1876


1,741.988


18n


1,792,287


1878


1,776,800



Avge.
Value
per
Bushel.
Value. Cents.
$72,939,020 68.0
89,276,830 T)1.3
84.150,040 70.3
71,651,730
82,668,500
71,836,671
68.001,120
74,774,800
71,828,330
65,010,420
•83,861,300
76,249,500
73,059,126



53.5
72.0
59.6
50.9
70.5
67.7
38.9
67.2
44.8
58.9



Production.
Year. Bushels.

1879 181,626,400

1880 167,669,570

1881 H 9,146,494

1882 170,972,508

1883 208,164,425

1884 190,642,000

1885 175,029,000

1886 168,051,000

1887 134,103.ttiO

1888 202.385,000

1«93 183,084,208

l^'9^ 170,787,388

1895 297,237,370

1896 252,234,540





Avge.




Value


Area.


per
Bushel.


Acres.


Cents.


1,836,800 \


73 43.6


1,842,510


14 48.8


2,041,670


41 90.9


2,171.635


44 55.7


2,289,276


01 42.2


2,220,980


00 80.6


2,2'i6,823


08 44.7


2,287,136


40 46.7


2.a^7,322


40 68.2


2,533,280


89 40.8


2,605,186 ]


01 59.0


2.737,973


87 63.e


2.954,952


01 26.6


2,767,465


» ....



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MONTHLY EXPORTS OF WHEAT AND FLOUR FROM THE UNITED STATES.

For the Crop Tears Jult 1 to June 30, from 1889 to 1898, Inolusivb.

Wheal (Bushels).



Month. 188^-90.

July 8,241,396

AuffUBt 6,835,033

September 3,893,272

October 4.296.064

November 4.218,411

December 6,090,699

January 3,905,675

February 4,800,470

March 4,842,732

April 4,R38,153

May 4.394,036

June , 3,322,937

Total 54,887,767

Flour to wheat 55,012,700



1890-91.


1891-98.


1892-P8.


1898-94.


1894-96.


1895-98.


4,475,K)8


9,668,718


7,928,452


12,444.729


6,557,970


4,271,483


6,440,107


2i,104,229


13,368,730


14,515,810


8,546,649


4,244,086


2,049,336


20,374,778


10,863,142


11,296,307


6,555.223


5,014,183


8,250,935


14,314,290


12,740,199


6,929,312


7,608,767


6,087,469


3,399,430


15,409,121


11,536,933


6,261,391


6,260,569


6,732,007


4,851,961


16,073,427


9,775,197


6,021,564


7.048,(94


6,929.997


4,359,416


13,170,716


8,762,438


5,979,886


6,763,484


6,456,373


3,900.699


8,832,155


8,475,422


4,010,056


4,601,428


4,980,231


4,961,015


8,370,464


7,160,491


6.535,818


6,426,978


3,490,913


• 5,003.401


8,^*56,570


6,664,043


6,078.346


6,3:^7,929


2,941,593


6,564,974


10,767,791


9,333,325


6,891.730


6,862,222


4,139,440


6,874,866


9,308,093
157,280,351


10,622,737


8,450,282


4,534,446


6,362,274


65,131,948


117,121,109


88,415.230


^M°5'A9*


60,650,080


51,049.368


68,385,461


74,791,526


75,867,898


68,710,014


65,793,888



Grand total, bush... 109,430,467 106,181,816 226,665,812 191,912,635 164,283,128 144,812,71^ 126,443,968



Flour (Barrels).



Month. 1889-90.

July 860,037

August 1,068,257

September 965,306

October 1,126,107

November 981,234

December 1,228,423

January 909,262

February }'?ig'gK

March 1,163,316

April 1,194,525

May 997,911

June 785,379

Total, bbls 12,231,711



1890-91.

769,272

886,224

748,611

960,166

839,669

1,058,167

1,065,816

864,648

1,252,265

1,304,344

816,699

788,423



1891-92.
894,707
925,634
l,204,a57
1,170,168
1,176,933
1,559,098
1,558,182
1,427,482
1,612,264
1,224,128
1,194,287
1,248,929



1802-83.
1,287,046
1,369,889
1,618,523
1,766.080
1.402,262
1,699,643
1,169,195
1,080,724
1.437,408
1.254,767
1,325,349
1,229,455



11,344,304 15,196,769 16.620.389 16.869.583



1.19:^,821


906,574


1,628,862


1,126,682


1,831,907


1,399,508


1.561,100


1,456,725


1,256,216


1,080,412


1,294,158


1,450,5.X)


1,219,307


1,572,887


999.270


1.488,401


1,119,774


1,129,833


1,248,260


1,062.278


1,427,606


931,523


1,094,118


1,015,516


15.268.892


14,620,864



EXPORTS OF INDIAN CORN FROM THE UNITED STATES (CALENDAR TEARS).



Month.

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

Auffust

September

October

November

December

Total,1nMh 86,817,220



1898.
Bushels.
8,159,947
8,613,588
8,849,889
4,240,531
5,606,400
4,960,090
6,910,030
7,166,494
8.846.862
8,765,028
8,644,712
6,876,561



1804.

Bushels.

8,701,881

5,884.040

7,031,898

7,370,607

8,79 •,459

2,894.588

1,046,618

846,746

4S7,288

701.228

786,075

2«425,404



1896.
Bushels.
14,667,314
12,981,296
9,530,814
7,454,885
8,213,443
6,686J284
5,768,508
11,816,289
13,460,205
18,886,730
12,939.195
15,060,617



80,691,861 77,471,170 66,143,018 41,806,711 61,06«.638 181,960,630



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EXPORTS OF FLOUR, WHEAT, AND CORN FROM THE UNITED STATES, WITH
VALUES, FROM m? TO 1897.



Fiscal



896-97.. 14,569,545



Agrfc-re-
Kate
VHliie.

$25,09.'i,7;il
29,567,713
35,333,197
4.'»,047,257
36,375,(155
54.8^,459
51,139,696
62,146,336
38,442,955
51,950.083
54.777,710
45,296,4«>
67,086.168
64,7tt%6l6
75,362,283
75,493,347
69,271,760
51,651,908
62,025,217

55,914,347



Av.Val'e.

Per

Barrel.

16 85.7

5 25.2

5 87.7

5 66.2

6 14.8
6 95.6
5 58.7
4 89.8
4 70.0
4 51.0
4 57.9
4 83.2
4 66.3
4 82.2
4 95.9
4 54.2
4 10.9
3 37.0
3 66.8
3 83.7



Bushels.
72,404,961
122,353,936
153,<J52,795
150..'i65,477
95,271.802
106,385.828
70,349.0ri
84,&W,714
57,750,209
101,971,949
65,789^1
46,414,129
54,387,767
55,131,948
157,280,351
117,121,109
88,415,230
76,1(8,704
e0,6)ti.080
79,562.020



Aggre- Av.Val.




gate.
Value.


Per
Bushel.


Bushels.


$96,872,016 11 33.8


85,4Hl,098


13(),7tU,079


106.8


86,296,252


19l»,546,:)l)5


124.3


98,160,877


167,698,485


111.3


91,908,175


112.923,718


118.5


43,184,915


119.879,341


112.6


44i,.586,825


75,026,678


106.6


45,247,490


72,903,097


86.2


61,824,416


60,262,715


87.0


63,655,433


90,716,481


89.0


40,307,262


66,241,468


86.3


24^278,417


41,652,701


89.7


60,592,929


46,275,906


83.2


101,973,717


51,420,2?i


98.3


30,768^18


161,399,132


102.6


75.451,849


93,534,970


79.9


46,034,904


69,407,041


67J3


65,324,841


43,805,683


67.5


27,601,137


39.709,888


63.8


99,992,886


59,920,178


75.3


176,916,365



CORN »

Aggre- Av.
iwte Val. Per
Value. Bush.
|48,083.a58 90.56.8
40,655,120 47.1
63.298JMT
60.702,660
28,845.830
27,756,<i82
27,648,044
28,008,863
81,730,922
10,347.361
13,355,950
32,982.277
42,658.016
17,6^2,687
41,500,460
24,587,5 il
90,211,154
14,650,767
87,836,862
64,087,162



64.8
55.1
66.7
68.3
61.1
64.0
49.8
47.»
65.0
47.4
41.8
67.4
66.1
63.4
46.2
52.9
87.8
80.5



EXPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS FOR CALENDAR YEARS.



Exports op Wheat, All Ports, Bushels.

/ — Calendar Year—^

1807. 1896.

Baltimore 15,304,039 6,589.a56

Boston and Charleetown 9,602,108 9,838,955

Newport News ....-.-.'

New York '" """»3

Norfolk and Portsmouth..-.. 127

Philadelphia «6

Galveston >89

New Orleans 87

PugetSound !08

San Francisco '23

Willamette SZ

Duluth 18

Superior 04

Other customs districts ^

Total 108,644,977 82,748,191

Exports op Breadstufps, Value, All Ports-

/ — Calendar Year — »

1807. 1896.

Baltimore $40,908,107 93

Boston and Charlestown. .. 19.21«,562 ilO

Newport News 14,419,993 r60

New York 69,995,486 555

Norfolk and Portsmouth . . . 5,535. 146 ill

Philadelphia 16,253,312 09

Galveston 8,269.ft>l 81

New Orleans 19.928,855 52

PugetSound 6,035,708 64

San Francisco..... 21,051,315 43

Willamette 8,028,419 111

Duluth 2,l.'i2,646 H8

Superior 2,94.5,980 102

Otherports 8,386,628 88

Total 1243,121,108 $176,027,595



Exports op Oats, All Ports, Bushels.

'/ — Calendar Year — »

1807. 1806.

Baltimore 5,270,096 6,919,618

Boston and Charlestown .... 4,582,387 1,910,677

Newport News 2,655.900 8,760,054

New York 84,714,008 15,880,160

Norfolk and Portsmouth 74,102

Philadelphia 2,432,367 438,824

New Orleans 1,294,618 262,143

PugetSound 72,164 99,227

SanFrancisco 84,382 100,805

Willamette 6,822 28,922

Duluth 8,n4

Superior 2,063 69.651

Other customs districts 1,140,537 886,785

Total 52,263,174 80,378,552



Exports of Corn, All Ports, Bushels.

/ — Calendar Year — .

1897 1806

Baltimore 43,048,008 26,882,1*82

Boston and Charlestown. . . . 0,424,644 5,803,209

Newport News 16,762,580 10,876,625

New York 33,2il«,600 10,100,190

Norfolk and Portsmouth... 12,427,373 li8,891,286

Philadelphia 25,14<»,487 8,820,376

Galveston 4,073,021 6,222,280

Now Orleans 27,714,472 25,292,602

Pujiet Sound 88,879 14,762

Sari Francisco 136,313 50,188

S5ui)erior 955 9,425

Other cnstoms districts ... . 14,407,401 13,466,443

Total 186,470,601 128,518,437



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ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE OF CORN AND WHEAT IN 1896, BY STATES.



State or Territory.
Maine


/ Corn

Acres. Bushels,
^ '""" 646,860


Value.

1^7,024

622,774

757,842

818,958

147,408

744,663

6,799,240

3,857,122

17,316,750

1,233,419

6.379,561

12,181,756

10,91«,5a5

7,259.432

14,116,751

2,576,398

14,600,284

12,308,202

7,004,364

13,213,733

10,997,836

20,130,165

7,374,314

20,233,087

25,975,311

9,610,063

25,358,970

61,223,098

8,555,816

6,544,925

45,040,736

35,353,r30

44,592,121

38,817,953

6,604,661

243,635

20,764

48,418

1,027,054

213,488

110,288


Acres.
7,770
2,447
8,407


— Wheat-
Bushels.
170,940
51,387
205,972


Value.
1143.590


New Hampshire

Vermont


U61,730
1,904,322


61,387
19l,.554


Massachusetts


1,845,560




Rh(»de Inland


300,832








C!onD6ctictit #


l,7ra,004


**396',873
101,651

1,266,949
97,712
463,457
615.582
633,140
140,868
212,484

■49,273
4,462

3,088,849
200,135

34,618,646


"6,34b;988
1,555.360

17,737,280
1,7.58,816
7,878.709
6,724,913
4,621,922
957,102
1,699,872

304",i84
37,927

*"4,i3^;2i6

1,260,720

0,628,462

4,r»6,511

6.976,861

21,800.016

15,719,898

20,647,440

28,668,146

8,808,ft60

46,599,061

11,473,152

16,594,473

30,794,452

19,390,602

27,583,450

29,848,501

1,304,240

224,120

2,797,182

818,097

833,600

2,803,75JJ

180.090

2,404,112

8,a->8,192

10,247,141

45,097,195

2,601,755

427,684,846




New York


17,892,738


5,.587,972


Ngw Jiirse V ....••


9,325,338


1.384,181


Pennsvl vdnia


52,475,000


14,721,m7


Delaware


4,933,676


1,530,170


Maryland


19,936,128


6,933,317


Virginia


38,067,986


4,579,5)80


North Carolina


29,504,148


3,83(MS)5


South Carolina


15,781,374


852,583


Oeoriria


32.829,654


1,512,886


Florida


4,860,940




A lahama


32,445,075


335,a')6


MississiDDi


27,973,390


31,100


Louisiana


15,565,090




Texas •


32,228,617


3,396,906


Arkansas


29,723,854


895,111


Tennessee •••


71,898,446


4,905,062


Wpitt Viririnia


21,689,160


3.164,079


iTpntuckv


80,932,348


6,302,414


Ohio


123,691,967


17,004,012


MiohifFflJi


40,041,930


13,204,714


Indiana


183,468,286


16,517,952


Illinois


284,572,764


21,214,42g


Wisconsin


38,890,Ori


6,229,266


Minnesota


34,446,974


31,692,361


Iowa •


321,719,.541


7,113,354


Missouri


176,768,649


11,616,181


Kansas •••


247,734,004


19,400,506


Nebraska *.


298,599,638


11,246,649


South Dakota


31,136,950


17,101,739


North Dakota


974,540


19,103,041


\f ontflnA


34,606


794,798




62,075


138,068


Colorado


2.862,928


1,706,281


New Mexico


388,160


530,044


Arizona






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