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1110. Cash Receipts for Selected Commodities--Leading States: 1997

[Represents gross receipts from commercial market sales as well as net Commodity Credit Corporation loans. The source estimates and publishes individual cash receipt values only for major commodities and major producing states. The U.S. receipts for individual commodities, computed as the sum of the reported States, may understate the value of sales for some commodities, with the balance included in the appropriate category labeled "other" or "miscellaneous." The degree of underestimation in some of the minor commodities can be substantial]

 
Percent Percent of State's
STATE Value of of total Rank Cumulative State's total total
receipts receipts percent 1/ for all for all
(mil. dol.) commodities commodities
(mil. dol.)
 
  Cattle and calves 33,724 100.0 (X) 100.0 17.1 196,761
Texas 5,845 17.3 1 17.3 44.2 13,206
Nebraska 4,266 12.6 2 29.9 48.2 8,848
Kansas 4,026 11.9 3 41.9 51.7 7,784
Colorado 2,149 6.3 4 48.2 49.8 4,310
Oklahoma 1,836 5.4 5 53.7 47.0 3,900
Iowa 1,415 4.2 6 57.9 12.8 10,994
California 1,205 3.5 7 61.5 4.9 24,616
South Dakota 998 2.9 8 64.4 28.4 3,508
Missouri 759 2.2 9 66.7 16.2 4,682
Minnesota 750 2.2 10 68.9 9.7 7,680
Montana 745 2.2 11 71.1 41.3 1,799
New Mexico 732 2.1 12 73.3 37.5 1,950
Idaho 653 1.9 13 75.2 19.6 3,320
Washington 645 1.9 14 77.1 12.5 5,155
Kentucky 605 1.8 15 78.9 15.4 3,920
Wyoming 599 1.7 16 80.7 70.4 850
Wisconsin 581 1.7 17 82.4 9.3 6,193
Illinois 474 1.4 18 83.8 6.1 7,742
Arizona 455 1.3 19 85.2 19.2 2,368
Tennessee 376 1.1 20 86.3 16.9 2,216
Alabama 376 1.1 21 87.4 11.4 3,283
Oregon 362 1.0 22 88.5 11.6 3,092
North Dakota 353 1.0 23 89.5 11.7 3,004
Pennsylvania 338 1.0 24 90.5 8.1 4,175
Arkansas 324 0.9 25 91.5 5.9 5,422
Utah 303 0.9 26 92.4 30.9 981
Virginia 294 0.8 27 93.3 12.6 2,328
Florida 293 0.8 28 94.1 4.3 6,762
Ohio 289 0.8 29 95.0 5.8 4,973
Georgia 262 0.7 30 95.8 4.8 5,454
Michigan 197 0.5 31 96.3 5.6 3,480
Indiana 190 0.5 32 96.9 3.9 4,885
Mississippi 174 0.5 33 97.4 5.0 3,454
North Carolina 154 0.4 34 97.9 2.1 7,164
Louisiana 154 0.4 35 98.3 8.1 1,891
Nevada 115 0.3 36 98.7 34.1 337
New York 107 0.3 37 99.0 3.3 3,146
South Carolina 90 0.2 38 99.3 5.9 1,511
West Virginia 71 0.2 39 99.5 17.6 405
Maryland 61 0.1 40 99.6 4.0 1,520
Vermont 32 0.1 41 99.7 5.8 557
Hawaii 17 0.0 42 99.8 3.3 510
Maine 17 0.0 43 99.8 3.3 506
Connecticut 10 0.0 44 99.9 2.0 509
New Jersey 8 0.0 45 99.9 0.9 828
Massachusetts 7 0.0 46 99.9 1.3 507
Delaware 5 0.0 47 99.9 0.7 774
New Hampshire 4 0.0 48 99.9 2.6 151
Alaska 3 0.0 49 100.0 5.7 47
Rhode Island 1 0.0 50 100.0 1.0 65
 
  Dairy products 24,312 100.0 (X) 100.0 12.3 196,761
California 4,290 17.6 1 17.6 17.4 24,616
Wisconsin 3,496 14.3 2 32.0 56.4 6,193
New York 1,787 7.3 3 39.3 56.8 3,146
Pennsylvania 1,731 7.1 4 46.5 41.4 4,175
Minnesota 1,426 5.8 5 52.3 18.5 7,680
Texas 877 3.6 6 55.9 6.6 13,206
Washington 843 3.4 7 59.4 16.3 5,155
Idaho 829 3.4 8 62.8 24.9 3,320
Michigan 821 3.3 9 66.2 23.5 3,480
Ohio 662 2.7 10 68.9 13.3 4,973
New Mexico 653 2.6 11 71.6 33.5 1,950
Iowa 585 2.4 12 74.0 5.3 10,994
Vermont 429 1.7 13 75.8 77.0 557
Florida 424 1.7 14 77.5 6.2 6,762
Arizona 390 1.6 15 79.1 16.4 2,368
Missouri 365 1.5 16 80.6 7.7 4,682
Indiana 319 1.3 17 81.9 6.5 4,885
Illinois 317 1.3 18 83.2 4.1 7,742
Virginia 296 1.2 19 84.4 12.7 2,328
Colorado 260 1.0 20 85.5 6.0 4,310
Kentucky 259 1.0 21 86.6 6.6 3,920
Oregon 250 1.0 22 87.6 8.0 3,092
Georgia 240 0.9 23 88.6 4.4 5,454
Tennessee 237 0.9 24 89.6 10.6 2,216
Utah 229 0.9 25 90.5 23.3 981
South Dakota 220 0.9 26 91.4 6.2 3,508
North Carolina 209 0.8 27 92.3 2.9 7,164
Maryland 209 0.8 28 93.1 13.7 1,520
Oklahoma 190 0.7 29 93.9 4.8 3,900
Kansas 190 0.7 30 94.7 2.4 7,784
Nebraska 155 0.6 31 95.3 1.7 8,848
Louisiana 120 0.4 32 95.8 6.3 1,891
Maine 107 0.4 33 96.3 21.1 506
North Dakota 99 0.4 34 96.7 3.2 3,004
Arkansas 98 0.4 35 97.1 1.8 5,422
Mississippi 93 0.3 36 97.5 2.7 3,454
Connecticut 86 0.3 37 97.8 17.0 509
Massachusetts 74 0.3 38 98.1 14.5 507
Nevada 63 0.2 39 98.4 18.8 337
Alabama 63 0.2 40 98.6 1.9 3,283
South Carolina 61 0.2 41 98.9 4.0 1,511
New Hampshire 53 0.2 42 99.1 35.3 151
New Jersey 45 0.1 43 99.3 5.4 828
West Virginia 42 0.1 44 99.5 10.4 405
Montana 42 0.1 45 99.6 2.3 1,799
Hawaii 33 0.1 46 99.8 6.5 510
Delaware 25 0.1 47 99.9 3.2 774
Wyoming 11 0.0 48 99.9 1.2 850
Rhode Island 5 0.0 49 99.9 8.1 65
Alaska 3 0.0 50 100.0 5.8 47
 
  Corn 17,096 100.0 (X) 100.0 8.6 196,761
Iowa 3,168 18.5 1 18.5 28.8 10,994
Illinois 2,922 17.0 2 35.6 37.7 7,742
Nebraska 2,176 12.7 3 48.3 24.5 8,848
Indiana 1,420 8.3 4 56.6 29.0 4,885
Minnesota 1,261 7.3 5 64.0 16.4 7,680
Ohio 919 5.3 6 69.4 18.4 4,973
Kansas 731 4.2 7 73.6 9.3 7,784
South Dakota 590 3.4 8 77.1 16.8 3,508
Wisconsin 590 3.4 9 80.5 9.5 6,193
Missouri 565 3.3 10 83.8 12.0 4,682
Texas 487 2.8 11 86.7 3.6 13,206
Michigan 354 2.0 12 88.8 10.1 3,480
Colorado 316 1.8 13 90.6 7.3 4,310
Kentucky 248 1.4 14 92.1 6.3 3,920
Pennsylvania 147 0.8 15 92.9 3.5 4,175
North Dakota 126 0.7 16 93.7 4.2 3,004
Tennessee 122 0.7 17 94.4 5.5 2,216
North Carolina 120 0.7 18 95.1 1.6 7,164
Louisiana 89 0.5 19 95.6 4.7 1,891
Mississippi 89 0.5 20 96.1 2.5 3,454
California 86 0.5 21 96.6 0.3 24,616
New York 79 0.4 22 97.1 2.5 3,146
Georgia 67 0.3 23 97.5 1.2 5,454
Oklahoma 54 0.3 24 97.8 1.3 3,900
Arkansas 48 0.2 25 98.1 0.8 5,422
Virginia 46 0.2 26 98.3 1.9 2,328
Maryland 45 0.2 27 98.6 2.9 1,520
Washington 40 0.2 28 98.8 0.7 5,155
South Carolina 34 0.2 29 99.0 2.2 1,511
New Mexico 27 0.1 30 99.2 1.4 1,950
Alabama 27 0.1 31 99.4 0.8 3,283
Delaware 17 0.1 32 99.5 2.1 774
Idaho 14 0.0 33 99.5 0.4 3,320
Wyoming 14 0.0 34 99.6 1.6 850
Oregon 12 0.0 35 99.7 0.3 3,092
New Jersey 11 0.0 36 99.7 1.3 828
Arizona 10 0.0 37 99.8 0.4 2,368
Florida 8 0.0 38 99.9 0.1 6,762
West Virginia 6 0.0 39 99.9 1.5 405
Utah 6 0.0 40 99.9 0.6 981
Montana 5 0.0 41 100.0 0.2 1,799
 
  Soybeans 15,447 100.0 (X) 100.0 7.8 196,761
Iowa 2,837 18.3 1 18.3 25.8 10,994
Illinois 2,644 17.1 2 35.4 34.1 7,742
Minnesota 1,428 9.2 3 44.7 18.5 7,680
Indiana 1,337 8.6 4 53.3 27.3 4,885
Ohio 1,108 7.1 5 60.5 22.2 4,973
Missouri 1,012 6.5 6 67.1 21.6 4,682
Nebraska 868 5.6 7 72.7 9.8 8,848
South Dakota 665 4.3 8 77.0 18.9 3,508
Arkansas 528 3.4 9 80.4 9.7 5,422
Kansas 472 3.0 10 83.5 6.0 7,784
Michigan 376 2.4 11 85.9 10.8 3,480
Mississippi 328 2.1 12 88.0 9.4 3,454
Wisconsin 254 1.6 13 89.7 4.1 6,193
Kentucky 239 1.5 14 91.2 6.1 3,920
North Dakota 231 1.5 15 92.7 7.6 3,004
Tennessee 217 1.4 16 94.1 9.7 2,216
North Carolina 213 1.3 17 95.5 2.9 7,164
Louisiana 152 0.9 18 96.5 8.0 1,891
Pennsylvania 81 0.5 19 97.0 1.9 4,175
Maryland 78 0.5 20 97.5 5.1 1,520
South Carolina 68 0.4 21 97.9 4.4 1,511
Virginia 64 0.4 22 98.3 2.7 2,328
Texas 51 0.3 23 98.7 0.3 13,206
Oklahoma 45 0.2 24 99.0 1.1 3,900
Alabama 43 0.2 25 99.2 1.3 3,283
Delaware 36 0.2 26 99.5 4.6 774
Georgia 30 0.2 27 99.7 0.5 5,454
New York 20 0.1 28 99.8 0.6 3,146
New Jersey 19 0.1 29 99.9 2.3 828
Florida 5 0.0 30 100.0 0.0 6,762


Source: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agricultural Income and Finance Situation and Outlook, September 1999, and "United States and State Farm Income Data;" published 1 October 1999; .

http://www.ers.usda.gov/



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