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Agricultural Statistics - 2011 Annual Statistics Book

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NC Highlights Brochure

FRONT PAGES

  • Cover (pg. 1)
  • Salute to the Agricultural Research Stations (pg. 2-4 )
  • Table of Contents (pg. 5)
  • NASDA Enumerators (pg. 6-8)

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Statistics Program and Reports Information (pg. 10)
  • North Carolina’s Rank in U.S. Agriculture (pg. 11)
  • Farm Real Estate Values, Number of Farms & Land in Farms (pg. 12)
  • Weather (pg. 13)

ECONOMIC STATISTICS

  • Cash Receipts Definitions & Methodology (pg. 16)
  • Source of Farm Cash Receipts (pg. 17)
  • Map of County Cash Receipts (pg. 17)
  • Cash Receipts by Commodity (pg. 18) 
  • U.S. Cash Receipts Ranking By State (pg. 19)
  • Cash Receipts 1930 to present (pg. 20)
  • Top 10 Counties by Receipt  (pg. 20)
  • Top 10 Counties by Commodity (pg. 21)
  • Cash Receipts and Government payments by County (pg. 22-33)
  • Receipts for Forest Products, Fish & Seafood  (pg. 34)
  • Value added to the North Carolina Economy by the Agricultural Sector (pg. 35)
  • Value of Agricultural Export Shares (pg. 35)
  • Monthly Prices Received: Corn, Cotton, Soybeans (pg. 36)
  • Marketing Year Average Prices Received: Specified Crops & Livestock  (pg. 37)
  • Prices Paid: Feed, Fules, Fertilizer (pg. 38)

LIVESTOCK, DAIRY & POULTRY STATISTICS

  • Livestock, Dairy and Poultry, Record Highs and Lows  (pg. 40)
  • Livestock and Poultry Inventory & Values  (pg. 41)
  • Meat Animals: Numbers, Production, Disposition, Price and Income  (pg. 42)
  • Livestock Slaughter by Species  (pg. 43)
  • Commercial Broilers: Production and Value  (pg. 44)
  • Turkeys: Production and Value, North Carolina  (pg. 44)
  • Eggs: Production and Value  (pg. 44)
  • Chickens: Lost, Sold and Value of Sales  (pg. 44)
  • Honey: Production, Stocks and Value  (pg. 44)
  • Catfish Sales and Operations (pg. 45)
  • Trout: Sales and Operations (pg. 46)
  • Hogs & Pigs: Number on Farms & Inventory (pg. 47)

COUNTY ESTIMATES

  • Hogs & Pigs County Estimates (pg. 48-49)
  • All Cattle County Estimates (pg. 50-51)
  • Beef Cows and Heifers that have Calved County Estimates (pg. 52-53)
  • Milk Cows and Heifers that have Calved County Estimates (pg. 54)
  • Turkeys Raised County Estimates (pg. 55)
  • Broilers County Estimates (pg. 56)
  • Layers County Estimates (pg. 57)

CROP STATISTICS

  • Usual Planting and Harvesting Dates (pg. 60)
  • Crops: Record Highs and Lows (pg. 61)
  • Annual Crop Summmary (pg. 62-63)
  • Grain Stocks, Hay Stocks, Grain Storage, Cotton Biotechnology (pg. 64)
  • Floriculture (pg. 65)

COUNTY ESTIMATES

  • Corn for Grain County Estimates (pg. 66-67)
  • Cotton County Estimates (pg. 68-69)
  • Hay County Estimates (pg. 70-71)
  • Peanuts County Estimates (pg. 72-73)
  • Soybeans County Estimates (pg. 74-75)
  • Sweet Potatoes County Estimates (pg. 76)
  • Burley Tobacco County Estimates (pg. 77)
  • Flue-Cured Tobacco County Estimates (pg. 78-79)
  • Wheat for Grain County Estimates (pg. 80-81)
  • Select Fruit and Vegetable Ranking Maps (pg. 82-84)

COUNTY SUMMARY

  • Alamance / Alexander (pg. 86)
  • Allegheny / Anson (pg. 87)
  • Ashe / Avery (pg. 88)
  • Beaufort / Bertie (pg. 89)
  • Bladen / Brunswick (pg. 90)
  • Buncombe / Burke (pg. 91)
  • Cabarrus / Caldwell (pg. 92)
  • Camden / Carteret (pg. 93)
  • Caswell / Catawba (pg. 94)
  • Chatham / Cherokee (pg. 95)
  • Chowan / Clay (pg. 96)
  • Cleveland / Columbus (pg. 97)
  • Craven / Cumberland (pg. 98)
  • Currituck / Dare (pg. 99)
  • Davidson / Davie (pg. 100)
  • Duplin / Durham (pg. 101)
  • Edgecombe / Forsyth (pg. 102)
  • Franklin / Gaston (pg. 103)
  • Gates / Graham (pg. 104)
  • Granville / Greene (pg. 105)
  • Guilford / Hallifax (pg. 106)
  • Harnet / Haywood (pg. 107)
  • Henderson / Hertford (pg. 108)
  • Hoke / Hyde (pg. 109)
  • Iredell / Jackson (pg. 110)
  • Johnston / Jones (pg. 111)
  • Lee / Lenoir (pg. 112)
  • Lincoln / McDowell (pg. 113)
  • Macon / Madison (pg. 114)
  • Martin / Mecklenburg (pg. 115)
  • Mitchell / Montgomery (pg. 116
  • Moore / Nash (pg. 117)
  • New Hanover / Northampton (pg. 118)
  • Onslow / Orange (pg. 119)
  • Pamlico / Pasquotank (pg. 120)
  • Pender / Perquimans (pg. 121)
  • Person / Pitt (pg. 122)
  • Polk / Randolph (pg. 123)
  • Richmond / Robeson (pg. 124)
  • Rockingham / Rowan (pg. 125)
  • Rutherford / Sampson (pg. 126)
  • Scotland / Stanly (pg. 127)
  • Stokes / Surry (pg. 128)
  • Swain / Transylvania (pg. 129)
  • Tyrrell / Union (pg. 130)
  • Vance / Wake (pg. 131)
  • Warren / Washington (pg. 132)
  • Watauga / Wayne (pg. 133)
  • Wilkes / Wilson (pg. 134)
  • Yadkin / Yancy (pg. 135)

 

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NCDA&CS Agricultural Statistics Division, Dee Webb - State Statistician
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 27767 Raleigh, NC 27611
Physical Address: 2 West Edenton Street, Raleigh NC 27601
Phone: (919) 856-4394; FAX: (919) 856-4139
Email: NCagstat@ncagr.gov