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Vol. I -pt. 19 



KENTUCKY 




COUNTIES AND STATE ECONOMIC AREAS 




1954 

Census 

of 

Agriculture 






U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE • BUREAU OF THE CENSUS • WASHINGTON • 1956 



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U. S. Department of Commerce 

Sinclair Weeks, Secretary 
Bureau of the Census 

Robert W. Burgess, Director 



United States 

Census 

of 

Agriculture: 

1954 

Volume I 

COUNTIES AND STATE ECONOMIC AREAS 

Part 19 

Kentucky 



Prepared under the supervision of 

RAY HURLEY 

Chief, Agriculture Division 



FARMS • FARM CHARACTERISTICS • 

LIVESTOCK and PRODUCTS • CROPS • FRUITS • VALUES • 



Superintendent of Documents 

OCT 9 - 1956 







BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

ROBERT W. BURGESS, Director 



A. Ross Eckler, Deputy Director 

Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 

Robert Y. Phillips, Special Assistant 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Jack B. Robertson, Special Assistant 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 
Lowell T. Galt, Assistant Director for Operations 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Coordinator, International Statistics 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Agriculture Division — 
Ray Hurley, Chief 
Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chief 

Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burkb, Chief 

Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chief 

Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief 

Census Operations Division — Marion D. Bingham, Chief 

Field Division — Robert B. Voight, Chief 

Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 

Geography Division — Clarence E. Batschelbt, Chief 

Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 

Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chief 

Machine Tabulation Division — C. F. Van Aken, Chief 

Personnel Division — Helen D. Almon, Chief 

Population and Housing Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 

Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 

Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 

Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 

Statistics in this report supersede figures shown in Scries AC54-1, Preliminary Reports. 



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U. S. Bureau of the Census. U. S. Census of Agriculture: 1954. Vol. I, Counties and State 
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PREFACE 



Volume I, Counties and State Economic Areas, is one of the three principal reports 
presenting the results of the 1954 Census of Agriculture. This volume, in 33 parts, pre- 
sents the compilation of the information given by farm operators to Census enumerators 
in 1954. 

The 1954 Census of Agriculture wus taken in conformity with the Act of Congress 
(Title 13, United States Code) approved August 31, 1954, which Includes provisions for 
the mid-decade censuses of agriculture. 

The collection of the data was carried out by Census enumerators directed by super- 
visors appointed by the Director of the Census and working under the direction of Jack B. 
Robertson, then Chief, Field Division. Ernest R. Underwood, then special Assistant to the 
Director, was responsible for the recruitment of the field staff. The planning of the census 
and the compilation of the statistics were supervised by Ray Hurley, Chief, Agriculture 
Division, and Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chief. They were assisted by Hilton E. 
Robison, Orvin L. Wllhlte, Hubert L. Collins, Benjamin J. Tepping, Lois Hutchison, 
Carl R. Nyman, J. Thomas Breen, Robert S. Overton, Merton V. Llndqulst, Russell V. 
Oliver, Charles F. Frazier, Gladys L. Eagle, Orville M. Slye, Gaylord O. Green, Harold N. 
Cox, and Henry A. Tucker. 

Acknowledgment is made of the technical assistance and the loan of technical 
personnel by the United States Department of Agriculture in the planning, the enumera- 
tion, and the compilation of the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

July 1956 

III 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1954 
REPORTS 

Volume I. — Counties and State Economic Areas. Statistics for counties include number of farms, acreage, value, and farm opera- 
tors ; farms by color and tenure of operator ; facilities and equipment ; use of commercial fertilizer : farm labor ; farm expenditures ; 
livestock and livestock products; specified crops barvested; farms classified by type of farm and by economic class; and value of 
products sold by source. 

Data for State economic areas include farms and farm characteristics by tenure of operator, by type of farm, and by economic class. 

Volume I is published in 33 parts as follows : 



Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


1 


New England States: 




West North Central: 




East South Central — Continued 




Maine. 


8 


Minnesota. 


21 


Alabama. 




New Hampshire. 


9 


Iowa. 


22 


Mississippi. 




Vermont. 


10 


Missouri. 




West South Central: 




Massachusetts. 


11 


North Dakota and South 


23 


Arkansas. 




Rhode Island. 




Dakota. 


24 


Louisiana. 




Connecticut. 


12 


Nebraska. 


25 


Oklahoma. 


2 


Middle Atlantic States: 


13 


Kansas. 


26 


Texas. 




New York. 




South Atlantic: 




Mountain: 




New Jersey. 


14 


Delaware and Maryland. 


27 


Montana. 






15 


Virginia and West Virginia. 


28 


Idaho. 




East North Central: 


16 


North Carolina and South 


29 


Wyoming and Colorado. 


3 


Ohio. 




Carolina. 


30 


New Mexico and Arizona. 


17 


Georgia. 


31 


Utah and Nevada. 




Indiana. 


18 


Florida. 




Pacific: 


5 


Illinois. 




East South Central: 


32 


Washington and Oregon. 


6 


Michigan. 


19 


Kentucky. 


33 


California. 


7 


Wisconsin. 


20 


Tennessee. 







Volume II. — General Report. Statistics by Subjects, United States Census of Agriculture, 1954. Summary data and analyses of 
the data for States, for Geographic Divisions, and for the United States by subjects as illustrated by the chapter titles listed below : 



Chapter 


Title 


Chapter 


Title 


I 


Farms and Land in Farms. 


VII 


Field Crops and Vegetables. 




II 


Age, Residence, Years on Farm, Work Off Farm. 


VIII 


Fruits and Nuts, Horticultural Specialties, 


Forest 


III 


Farm Facilities, Farm Equipment. 




Products. 




IV 


Farm Labor. Use of Fertilizer, Farm Expenditures, and 


TX 


Value of Farm Products. 






Cash Rent. 


X 


Color, Race, and Tenure of Farm Operator. 
Economic Class of Farm. 




V 


Size of Farm. 


XI 




VI 


Livestock and Livestock Products. 


XII 


Type of Farm. 





Volume III. — Special Reports 
Part 1. — Multiple-unit Operations. This report will be similar to 
Part 2 of Volume V of the reports for the 1950 Census of 
Agriculture. It will present statistics for approximately 900 
counties and State economic areas in 12 Southern States and 
Missouri for the number and characteristics of multiple-unit 
operations and farms in multiple units. 

Part 2. — Ranking Agricultural Counties. This special report will 
present statistics for selected items of inventory and agricul- 
tural production for the leading counties in the United States. 

Part 3. — Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, and 
V. S. Possessions. These areas were not included in the 1954 
Census of Agriculture. The available current data from vari- 
ous Government sources will be compiled and published in 
this report. 

Part 4. — Agriculture, 1954, a Graphic Summary. This report will 
present graphically some of the significant facts regarding 
agriculture and agricultural production as revealed by the 1954 
Census of Agriculture. 

Part 5.— Farm-mortgage Debt. This will be a cooperative study 
by the Agricultural Research Service of the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture and the Bureau of the Census. It will present, 
by States, data based on the 1954 Census of Agriculture and a 
special mail survey to be conducted in January 1956, on the 
number of mortgaged farms, the amount of mortgage debt, and 
the amount of debt held by principal lending agencies. 

IV 



Part 6. — Irrigation in Humid Areas. This cooperative report by 
the Agricultural Research Service of the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture and the Bureau of the Census will present data ob- 
tained by a mail survey of operators of irrigated farms in 28 
States on the source of water, method of applying water, num- 
ber of pumps used, acres of crops irrigated in 1954 and 1955, 
the number of times each crop was irrigated, and the cost of 
irrigation equipment and the irrigation system. 

Part 7. — Popular Report of the 1954 Census of Agriculture. This 
report is planned to be a general, easy-to-read publication for 
the general public on the status and broad characteristics of 
United States agriculture. It will seek to delineate such as- 
pects of agriculture as the geographic distribution and dif- 
ferences by size of farm for such items as farm acreage, 
principal crops, and important kinds of livestock, farm facili- 
ties, farm equipment, use of fertilizer, soil conservation prac- 
tices, farm tenure, and farm income. 

Part 8. — Size of Operation by Type of Farm. This will be a coop- 
erative special report to be prepared in cooperation with the 
Agricultural Research Service of the U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture. This report will contain data for 119 economic sub- 
regions, (essentially general type-of-farming areas) showing the 
general characteristics for each type of farm by economic class. 
It will provide data for a current analysis of the differences 
that exist among groups of farms of the same type. It will 
furnish statistical basis for a realistic examination of produc- 
tion of such commodities as wheat, cotton, and dairy products 
in connection with actual or proposed governmental policies 
and programs. 



KENTUCKY 



CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 



History and legal basis 

Plan of presentation of statistics IX 

Operations for 1954 Census 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Specified farms XII 

General Farm Information 

Date of enumeration XII 

A farm XII 

Enumeration of land located in more than one county XIII 

Farm operator XIII 

Farms reporting or operators reporting XIII 

Land owned, rented, and managed XIII 

Land area XIV 

Land in farms XIV 

Land in farms according to use XIV 

Value of land and buildings XV 

Age of operator XV 

Residence of farm operator XV 

Years on present farm (year began operation of present farm) XV 

Of f -farm work and other income XV 

Specified facilities and equipment XV 

Classification of farms by class of work power XV 

Farm labor XVI 

Fertilizer and lime XVI 

Specified farm expenditures XVI 

Farm-mortgage debt XVII 

Crops 

Crops harvested XVII 

Corn XVII 

Annual legumes XVII 

Hay crops XVII 

Clover seed, alfalfa, grass, and other field seed crops XVII 

Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes XVII 

Berries and other small fruits XVIII 

Tree fruits, nuts, and grapes XVIII 

Nursery and greenhouse products XVIII 

Value of crops harvested and value of crops sold XVIII 

Forest products XVIII 



DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS- 
Irrigation 



XLX 
XLX 
XIX 



Irrigated farms XLX 

Land irrigated 

Irrigated land in farms according to use XIX 

Farms with all harvested crops irrigated XIX 

Irrigated crops harvested XIX 

Land-Use and Conservation Practices 

Land in cover crops turned under for green manure 

Str ipcropping 

Cropland used for grain or row crops farmed on the contour. 

Livestock and Poultry 

Milk cows; cows milked; milk sold XIX 

Sows and gilts farrowing XLX 

Sheep and lambs and wool XIX 

Goats and mohair XX 

Bees and honey XX 

Value of livestock on farms XX 

Livestock products XX 

Sales of live animals XX 

Poultry and poultry products XX 

Sampling 

Description of the sample for the 1954 Census XX 

Adjustment of the sample XX 

Method of estimation XX 

Reliability of estimates based on the sample XX 

Differences in data presented by counties and by State 

economic areas XXI 

Classification of Farms 

Farms by size XXI 

Farms by tenure of operator XXI 

Farms by color or race of operator XXII 

Farms by economic class XXII 

Farms by type XXII 

Value of farm products sold XXIII 



Chapter A— STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

ite Table — 

1.— Farms, acreage, and value: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

2.— Farms and farm acreage according to use, by size of farm: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

3. — Farms and land in farms, by color and tenure of operator: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

4.— Farms and farm characteristics, by color and tenure of operator: Census of 1954 

5. Farm operators by color, residence, off -farm work, age, and years on present farm: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

6. — Farms by class of work power and specified facilities and equipment: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

7. — Farm labor and specified farm expenditures: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

8.— Hired farm labor and wage rates by economic class : Census of 1954 • 

9.— Hired farm labor and wage rates by color and tenure of operator: Census of 1954 

10. — Hired farm labor and wage rates by type of farm: Census of 1954 

11.— Date of enumeration: Censuses of 1954, 1950, and 1945 

12. — Comparability of data on livestock and poultry: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

13. — Livestock and livestock products: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

14.— Farms reporting specified number of cattle on hand: Censuses of 1954 and 1950; farms reporting specified number of 

livestock on hand or sold alive : Census of 1954 

15.— Nursery, greenhouse, and forest products: Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

16 . — Spec if led crops harvested : Censuses of 1920 to 1954 

17. — Farms reporting by specified acres, quantity harvested, and quantity sold for specified crops: Census of 1954 

18.— Sampling reliability of estimated totals for county, economic area, and State by number of farms reporting, by levels. 
19.— Indicated level of sampling reliability of estimated county, economic area, and State totals for specified items 



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Chapter B— STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

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Map of the State showing counties, county seats, and principal cities 61 

County Table — 

1.— Farms, acreage, value, and farm operators: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 62 

2. — Farms by color and tenure of operator: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 72 

2a . —Farms by tenure , by color of operator : Census of 1954 82 

3. — Farms by size of farm and by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 87 

4. — Value of farm products sold by source: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 97 

5.— Farms by economic class, by class of work power, off -farm work and other income, and facilities and equipment: Censuses 

of 1954 and 1950 102 

6.— Farm labor and specified farm expenditures: Censuses of 1954 and 1950; and use of commercial fertilizer: Census of 1954.. 112 

7. — Livestock and livestock products: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 122 

8.— Nursery, greenhouse, and forest products : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 142 

9. — Specified crops harvested: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 152 

Chapter C— STATISTICS FOR STATE ECONOMIC AREAS 

Map of the State showing State economic areas 209 

Economic Area Table — 

1.— Farms, acreage, value, and use of commercial fertilizer, by economic class of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 210 

2.— Farm facilities, off -farm work, work power, farm labor, and farm expenditures, by economic class of farm: Censuses of 

1954 and 1950 222 

3.— Livestock on hand, livestock sold, and specified crops, by economic class of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 234 

4.— Farms, acreage, value, and use of commercial fertilizer, by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 246 

5.— Farm facilities, off-farm work, work power, farm labor, and farm expenditures, by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 258 

6.— Livestock on hand, livestock sold, and specified crops, by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 270 

7. — Farms, acreage, value, and use of commercial fertilizer, by tenure of operator: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 282 

8.— Farm facilities, off -farm work, work power, farm labor, and farm expenditures, by tenure of operator: Censuses of 1954 

and 1950 294 

9.— Livestock on hand, livestock sold, and specified crops, by tenure of operator: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 306 

10. ~- Farms reporting, number of cows, and dairy products sold, by number of milk cows, for all commercial farms and dairy 

farms : Census of 1954 318 

11. — Farms reporting, number of chickens, and poultry products sold, by number of chickens on hand, for all commercial farms 

and poultry farms : Census of 1954 320 

12. — Farm labor: Census of 1954 322 

APPENDIX 

The 1954 Census of Agriculture Questionnaire 326 

Enumerator ' s Record Book 330 

Index to tables 331 



INTRODUCTION 



INTRODUCTION 



This report presents data relating to the agriculture of the 
United States based on the most recent census of agriculture 
taken in the fall of 1954. The tables also include some compara- 
tive data from earlier censuses. 

History and legal basis. — The current census extends the num- 
ber of nationwide agricultural censuses to 16. Initially, an agri- 
cultural enumeration was taken in conjunction with the Decen- 
nial Census of Population in 1840. Congress first provided for 
a mid-decennial census for the year 1915 ; however, abnormalities 
created by World War I prevented the taking of this census. 
Since 1920, a national agricultural census has been taken each 
five years. 

The 1954 Census of Agriculture was authorized by an Act of 
Congress 'approved June 18, 1929, and amended July 16, 1952. 
Section 16 of the Act, as amended, reads as follows: "That there 
shall be taken, beginning in the month of October 1954, and in the 
same month of every tenth year thereafter, a census of agri- 
culture. The census herein provided for shall Include each State, 
but shall not include the District of Columbia, Alaska. Hawaii, 
Puerto Rico, or such other areas or territories over which tlie 
United States exercises sovereignty or Jurisdiction : Provided, 
however, that as to the areas excluded from such census it Is 
directed that data available from various Government sources 
shall be included as an appendix to the report of such census. 
The Secretary of Commerce is authorized to collect such prelimi- 
nary or supplementary statistics, either in advance of, or after 
the taking of such census, as are necessary to the Initiation, 
taking, or completion thereof. The inquiries, and the number, 
form, and subdivisions thereof for the census provided for In 
this section shall be determined by the Secretary of Commerce." 

The initial appropriation for map preparation, field enumera- 
tion, and a part of the office processing was obtained under this 
authority. Subsequently, the Congress, in a code revision ap- 
proved August 31, 1954. incorporated the provisions for all cen- 
suses in a code which may be cited as "Title 13, United States 
Code." 

The request for funds for fiscal year 1954 Included funds for 
preparatory work for a complete census of agriculture to be 
taken in the fall of 1954. This request was not approved by 
the Congress. However, a limited appropriation was made for 
expenses for "spot checking business, manufactures, and agri- 
culture In such manner as the Secretary of Commerce should 
decide to be most helpful and Informative to said undertakings." 
Since one of the important uses of quinquennial agricultural 
census statistics is to serve as a benchmark for the annual esti- 
mates of production and Inventories prepared by the United 
States Department of Agriculture, the assumption was made that 
a "spot check" should provide reliable totals for a limited number 
of Items by States and major producing areas. Accordingly, a 
sample census was conducted as a pretest of procedures in Utah 
and Virginia, beginning In October 1953. These surveys are 
more fully described In separate reports for those two States, 
published In 1954. 

Congress, in an appropriation Act approved July 2, 1954, appro- 
priated $16,000,000 for the expenses necessary for taking, com- 
piling, and publishing the 1954 Census of Agriculture, as author- 
ized by law. Additional funds, amounting to $5,500,000, were 
appropriated In 1955 In order to complete the work on the 1954 
Census. 

Plan of presentation of statistics. — This rejxjrt follows the same 
general plan of presentation as that for 1950, the last complete 



census of agriculture. The report Is a part of Volume I which 
comprises 33 reports. Each part of Volume I presents the data 
for each county and each State economic area for one or more 
States as well as State totals for those States for which county 
and State economic area data are shown. Statistics are most 
revealing when comparisons are available. Therefore, compa- 
rable data gathered in the 1950 Census of Agriculture are given 
for counties and for State economic areas. Comparative data for 
the States are given for each successive census year beginning 
with 1920. However, for some items, the data obtained in 1954 
are the only ones available. 

The tables provide totals for counties for nearly nil items for 
which information was obtained in the 1054 Census. However., 
most data by economic class of farm, type of farm, and color and 
tenure of farm operator are presented only for State economic 
areas. State economic areas represent groupings of counties 
within a State. Outside of metropolitan areas, the State economic 
areas are, in general, the same as State type-of-farmlng areas. 
(A description of State economic areas is given in a Special Re- 
port of the 1950 Census, entitled "State Economic Areas : A De- 
scription of the Procedure Used In Making a Functional Grouping 
of the Counties in the United States.") A map showing the 
State economic areas is shown at the beginning of Chapter C of 
this report. 

The Act of Congress excluded from the field enumeration the 
agriculture In Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, 
and U. S. possessions. Available statistics, obtained from other 
sources, for these areas are included in Part 3 of Volume III. 

Data for most of the items included in the 1951 Census of Agri- 
culture, as In prior censuses, were tabulated for "minor civil 
divisions" or areas smaller than counties. The term "minor civil 
division" is applied to the primary subdivisions of the counties. 
These may be townships, precincts, districts, independent muni- 
cipalities, unorganized territory, etc. The figures for these 
smaller areas are not included in any of the regular reports. 
However, It Is possible to obtain data for small geographic areas, 
us heretofore, by paying the cost of checking the data and pre- 
paring the necessary statistical tables. 

Prior to the 1954 Census, an enumeration district did not In- 
clude more than one minor civil division, even though the town- 
ship, precinct, or the like often did not have enough farms to 
provide a full workload for an enumerator. The aim in estab- 
lishing the 1954 enumeration districts was to make them large 
enough to keep each enumerator fully occupied in his area for a 
thiee-week, or possibly a four-week, period. Hence, some enumer- 
ation districts included more than one minor civil division. Such 
combined minor divisions were always adjacent. An enumera- 
tion district never comprised the whole of one minor civil division 
and a part of another nor a part of two or more minor civil 
divisions. A minor civil division which included too many farms 
for one enumerator was divided into two or more enumeration 
districts. 

The tabulations, as made by machines, in some cases provided 
totals for a single minor civil division — even though that 
required a grouping of enumeration districts — and, in other 
cases, they provided totals for two or more minor civil divisions 
combined. In the latter instance, the small-area data will be 
readily available only for combined totals for adjoining minor 
civil divisions. If there is need for making a separation of the 
data for such combinations, this Is possible at some additional 



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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1954 



cost, since each questionnaire contains the name of the minor 
civil division in which the farm headquarters was located. 

Operations for 1954 Census. — The Act providing for the 1954 
Census of Agriculture states that "the inquiries, and the number, 
form, and subdivision thereof . . . shall be determined by the 
Secretary of Commerce." The staff of the Bureau of the Census 
prepared the questionnaire for the 1954 Census of Agriculture 
on the basis of experience obtained in prior censuses, on the 
basis of an analysis of the sample survey for the States of Utah 
and Virginia for the calendar year 1953, and on the basis of the 
advice of a Special Advisory Committee for the 1954 Census of 
Agriculture. The Advisory Committee comprised representatives 
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, State Agricultural Col- 
leges. State Departments of Agriculture, The American Farm 
Economic Association, The American Statistical Association, The 
Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, The Agri- 
cultural Publishers Association, The Farm Equipment Institute, 
The American Farm Bureau Federation, The National Grange, 
The National Council of Farmers' Cooperatives, and the Farmers' 
Educational and Cooperative Union of America. 

The Special Advisory Committee had also assisted in deciding 
the inquiries to be included on the questionnaire for the 1953 
Sample Census for Utah and Virginia. During the planning, 
State Agricultural Colleges, the U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
and other major users of data from the census of agriculture were 
asked to submit suggested inquiries for the census. The number 
of inquiries recommended greatly exceeded the number that 
could be included in the census. The Special Advisory Com- 
mittee and the staff of the Bureau recommended the inclusion 
or exclusion of these inquiries after giving consideration to the 
possibilities of obtaining the information in some way other than 
through the census of agriculture, to the adequacy of the informa- 
tion that might be secured in the census, to the availability of 
data from other sources, and to the usefulness of the data, etc. 
This committee reviewed the plans and questionnaires for the 
1953 sample enumeration and the 1954 Census of Agriculture as 
they were developed, and submitted recommendations regarding 
these plans and questionnaires. 

The content of the 21 regional questionnaires (one for each 
State or group of adjacent States) was similar to that of the 
questionnaires used for the Utah and Virginia sample surveys 
conducted in 1953. There were variations region by region in the 
questionnaires to provide for differences in crops grown, in live- 
stock production, and in cultural practices. Also, the positions 
of inquiries were changed in order to provide for the enumera- 
tion of some items for a limited number of farms even though 
other inquiries were made for all farms. 

An agricultural census that collects vast quantities of reliable 
information requires that all employees be trained and that they 
adhere carefully to prescribed procedures as well as time sched- 
ules. For the 1954 Census of Agriculture, the Bureau devised a 
training program so that all employees received instructions for 
the respective jobs. In most instances, training sessions were 
held near the areas in which employees worked and immediately 
prior to the beginning of their assignments. 

The 1954 enumeration required approximately 30,000 enumera- 
tors who were supervised by some 2,200 crew leaders. These 
persons were supervised by 119 field offices organized under five 
regional offices. From October 4 to November 8, 1954, depending 
upon the State and the area, trained enumerators began their 
work. Their work was to obtain for every farm the required 
information about that farm's operations, such as its crops, live- 
stock, poultry, farm expenses, equipment and facilities, and some 
facts about the farm operator. 

About two weeks before the census starting date, questionnaires 
were distributed to all box holders on the rural postal routes in 
all except a few Southern States. The questionnaire was accom- 
panied by a letter asking the farm operator to examine it and to 
answer as many of the questions as possible prior to the visit of 
the census enumerator. By this procedure, the Bureau expected 



to expedite the work of the enumerator and to improve the quality 
of the information given by farmers. By reading the question- 
naire, farmers knew what was wanted and could check their 
records in advance of the enumerator's visit. 

A good census requires a complete as well as an accurate 
enumeration. Several techniques were used to help obtain a good 
census in 1954. 

Instructions covering census procedures were designed in such 
a manner that objective criteria were supplied, and enumerators 
were not expected to rely on their own opinions or judgments 
concerning census entries or classifications. For example, an 
enumerator was required to complete an agriculture question- 
naire when specified conditions were met. He was not required 
to decide first what constituted a farm and then to obtain a 
questionnaire. Instead, a questionnaire was completed whenever 
minimum conditions were satisfied. Then, during central office 
processing operations, a decision was made — on the basis of care- 
fully defined criteria — as to which questionnaires represented 
farms. 

To help in insuring the completeness of the enumeration, 
enumerators were provided with a specially designed Enumera- 
tor's Record Book in which to list heads of households for the 
dwellings in their enumeration districts and names of the tenants 
or owners for places on which no one lived. The Enumerator's 
Record Book contained questions about the agricultural opera- 
tions on the place. The answers to these questions determined 
whether an agriculture questionnaire was required for the place 
and, also, whether this enumerator or an enumerator in another 
enumeration district was required to fill out the questionnaire. 

In order to minimize the cost of the enumeration, procedures 
were developed to limit the listing of heads of households and of 
other places in urban areas, incorporated places, and built-up 
residential areas. In accordance with these procedures, enumera- 
tion districts were classified, prior to the enumeration, into three 
groups on the basis of the density of dwellings in relation to the 
number of farms according to the 1950 Censuses of Agriculture 
and Population. 

In general, the enumeration districts with no well-defined cluster 
of dwellings were considered to be open-country areas and were 
classified as Group I Enumeration Districts. For Group I Enu- 
meration Districts the enumerator was required to list in his 
Enumerator's Record Book the name of the head of each house- 
hold within his district. If no one lived on a tract of land, he 
was required to list the name of the person who rented the land, 
worked it on shares, used it for livestock, or, if the land was not 
used for agricultural purposes, the name of the owner. There 
were approximately 15,300 Group I Enumeration Districts. These 
enumeration districts contained 2,778,000 farms and 4,263,000 
dwelling units in 1950. 

The rural enumeration districts in which the number of dwell- 
ings was large in relation to the number of farms were classified 
as Group II Enumeration Districts. In these enumeration dis- 
tricts the enumerator was required to list all dwelling places in 
his district except those on less than one acre of land in built-up 
residential areas, such as small incorporated or unincorporated 
villages or the built-up areas adjacent to towns or cities. He was 
also required to determine, by asking locally, whether there were 
any farms or any places of one or more acres within the built-up 
areas. Outside the built-up areas he was required to list the head 
of every household. There were approximately 14,800 enumera- 
tion districts classified as Group II. These enumeration districts 
had 8,974,000 dwelling units and 2,420,000 farms in 1950. 

Most incorporated places and unincorporated villages with ap- 
proximately 150 or more dwellings were classified as Group III 
Enumeration Districts. There were approximately 11,000 such 
enumeration districts and these contained 161,000 farms in 1950. 
For Group III Enumeration Districts, the enumerator was given 
a list of farm operators enumerated in the 1950 Census of Agri- 
culture and was instructed to visit each place listed and rind out 



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whether an agriculture questionnaire was required. Any place 
used for agriculture was to be listed in his Enumerator's Record 
Book and an agriculture questionnaire was to be obtained. If 
the place was no longer used for agriculture, an explanation was 
to be made on the list furnished the enumerator. The enumera- 
tor was instructed to ask at each of these places whether there 
were any other farms or any places of 3 or more acres in the 
neighborhood. 

A few enumeration districts that comprised an incorporated 
place or that were within an incorporated city were classified as 
Group I or Group II if the number of farms was large. Also, a 
few very extensive rural districts requiring considerable travel 
were classified in Group III when the number of farms was small. 

The method prescribed for canvassing an enumeration district 
helped to insure complete coverage. The enumerator was in- 
structed to proceed in a systematic manner from a logical start- 
ing point. He listed each place and each dwelling on successive 
lines in the Enumerator's Record Book. In addition, he was re- 
quired to identify these on his enumerator's map with a cross 
reference to the Enumerator's Record Book. This procedure 
helped him to determine, by looking at his map, the extent of 
coverage at any given time. It also helped the crew leader in 
checking to see that coverage was complete. 

Some farms were given special attention to insure their inclu- 
sion in the enumeration. Prior to the enumeration, a list known 
ms "specified farms" was prepared from records of the 1950 Cen 
sus of Agriculture. Farms having unusually large agricultural 
operations were included in this list. During the enumeration a 
careful check was made to see that each place on the specifled- 
farm list was accounted for. This procedure helped to insure that 
units which could have a significant effect upon the census data 
were not omitted from the enumeration. (For a detailed ex- 
planation of specified farms, Bee page XII.) 

Some farm units other than specified farms also received special 
attention to insure complete coverage. Prior to the field enum- 
eration, lists were obtained of places known to be specializing in 
specific types of agricultural production, Buch as garbage-feeding 
operations, broiler operations, large turkey farms, livestock feed 
luts, cranberry bogs, and citrus groves. For some of these 
operations, the list represented a nationwide effort to insure 
coverage, while for others, only some of the Intensive areas of 
production were given this special attention. These lists were 
prepared, in part, with the cooperation of the Agricultural Market- 
ing Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and State 
Agricultural Statisticians. During the enumeration, the enumer- 
ator was required to obtain a questionnaire for each place or 
otherwise satisfactorily account for each place on the list of 
specified farms or on other special lists. 

Some areas of the High Plains required special consideration 
since the usual enumeration procedure was complicated by the 
prevalence of nonresident operators anil widely Scattered tracts 
operated as one farm. In these areas a special mapping form 
was used to insure complete coverage. Land was checked off on 
the mapping form by section, township, and range as it was 
enumerated. This check map, designed for plotting sections 
within a township, was subdivided into 16 parts of 40 acres each. 
Enumerators were required to indicate on this form all land in 
farms that they enumerated. Cross references were made be- 
tween the questionnaire and the map. The enumerator identified 
land for a given questionnaire on his check map by writing the 
number identifying the questionnaire in each corresponding 40- 
acre square of the check map. The check map helped the enum- 
erator and, subsequently, the crew leader and other personnel 
reviewing the enumerator's work to determine whether the cov- 
erage of the enumeration district was complete. This procedure 
was used in all of North Dakota and South Dakota and selected 
counties in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, 
and Oklahoma. In general, the areas for which such maps were 
used corresponded with the major wheat-producing sections with 
low rainfall. 



A special supplementary questionnaire was used in approxi- 
mately 900 counties in the South. This questionnaire, designated 
the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, aided in the enumeration 
of cropper and other tenant farms which were parts of larger 
landholdings. This additional form was completed when two 
or more agriculture questionnaires were needed for a landhold- 
ing. Since it called for the name and agricultural operations of 
each tenant on the landholding, the procedure enabled an enum- 
erator to determine that all operations were reported completely 
and only once. The Enumerator's Record Book, used in these 
selected southern counties, differed from that used elsewhere. 
The southern version helped the enumerator to identify the land- 
holdings for which this supplementary landlord-tenant form was 
required. 

Crew leaders, in supervising enumerators, began reviewing 
questionnaires, maps, and other forms and checking the enum- 
erator's work for completeness of coverage and quality almost 
as soon as the enumeration was started. The crew leader and 
his enumerators were required to make the records of their 
respective areas as accurate and as complete as possible. 

While assembling records, the field processing offices also made 
certain checks. Although these offices performed no detailed 
editing of questionnaires, some steps were taken to detect 
enumeration districts in which the enumerator's work was not 
fully satisfactory, especially in regard to coverage. The 26 proc- 
essing offices were given a form, for each county, which contained 
data from the 1950 Census for the number of farms and land 
in farms. Where possible, this form gave the 1950 comparative 
data for the enumeration districts or for the minor civil divisions 
comprising each county. For most counties, it was possible to 
furnish, at the county level, an additional check figure. This 
figure was the acreage of one of the following crops: wheat, corn, 
cotton, tobacco, or rice. In most instances, these check figures 
represented measured acreages (before harvest) as determined 
by the Commodity Stabilization Service of the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture. By checking totals for the enumeration dis- 
tricts with these check data, it was possible to determine and 
remedy obvious linden-numeration before records were released 
from field processing offices. The 1954 totals for the county, 
together with the check data, were sent to the Washington office 
for review and approval before the enumeration was considered 
acceptable. 

After the canvass of an enumeration district was completed, 
the supervising crew leader collected the questionnaires and other 
records from the enumerator and sent them to the processing 
office for his area. The processing offices made some checks on 
the enumeration in each enumeration district. In this checking, 
emphasis was placed upon preparation of payrolls, completeness 
of coverage, and the correct application of the sampling pro- 
cedure. 

The final operations for the agricultural census were handled 
in central offices. The Washington office was the focal point 
of these activities ; but, for the first time, some of the agricultural 
census operations were decentralized into areas outside of Wash- 
ington. Census operations offices were established at Detroit, 
Michigan and Pittsburg, Kansas. 

Upon their release from field processing offices, records were 
transferred to the two Census operations offices. Although 
there were exceptions, in general, records from the Northern and 
Northeastern States were sent to the Detroit office and those 
from Southern and Western States were sent to Pittsburg, Kansas. 
At these offices, questionnaires were edited and coded and the 
information was entered on punch cards for tabulation. 

In the operations offices, the checking, editing, and coding were 
performed for individual agriculture questionnaires. The check- 
ing consisted of seeing (1) that the questionnaires were com- 
pletely filled out; (2) that the acreage of individual crops har- 
vested was in reasonable agreement with the acreage of cropland 
harvested when 100 or more acres of cropland harvested were 



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reported; (3) that the acres of land classified according to use 
accounted for the entire farm acreage for farms having 200 acres 
or more; (-1) that the total of the acreage for the various uses of 
corn, sorghum, soybeans, cowpeas, and peanuts was in reasonable 
agreement with the total acreage reported for all purposes for 
each of these crops ; (5) that the age and sex breakdown for cattle, 
hogs, and sheep added to approximately the total number of such 
animals of all ages ; and (6) that all entries for related items were 
reasonably consistent. Editing consisted of the identification and 
withdrawal of questionnaires filled for places not qualifying as 
farms ; the selection of questionnaires with entries of unusually 
large size for review by the technical staff; the selection of groups 
of questionnaires with common reporting errors in an individual 
enumeration district for referral to technical personnel for 
review ; and the correction of obvious inconsistencies, such as 
reporting in an incorrect unit, or reporting in an improper place 
on the questionnaire. Coding consisted of entering code numbers 
for crops for which there were no separate inquiries on the ques- 
tionnaire, for color and tenure of operator, and for irrigation ; 
and, for a sample of farms, of entering codes for economic class of 
farm and type of farm. Entries determined by the technical staff 
to be in error were corrected on the basis of relationships existing 
on nearby farms or, if the entries were large, on the basis of 
correspondence with the farm operator. In case of information 
missing for a group of questions, estimates were prepared on the 
basis of adjacent questionnaires for farms with similar opera- 
tions and, in some cases, on the basis of information obtained by 
mail from farm oi>erators. When estimates were made, letters 
were mailed to the farm operators to verify the information and, 
if the estimates were not in reasonable agreement with the infor- 
mation contained in the replies, the entries were corrected before 
the tabulations were made. 

After punch cards were prepared, the punch cards, together 
with records containing the corresponding basic data, were for- 
warded to the Washington office for tabulation. Once on punch 
cards, the data were sorted, listed, or otherwise handled mechani- 
cally to facilitate making final cheeks and to obtain totals. One 
of the initial and primary steps in the machine handling of the 
punch cards was to separate those cards which lacked necessary 
information, those on which the punched data were inconsistent 
or impossible, and those on which the relationships were possible 
but the data were of such magnitude that a further review of the 
individual questionnaires was warranted. These cards contain- 
ing questionable data or lacking data were examined, checked to 
the agriculture questionnaires, and corrected, if necessary, before 
the tabulations were made. 

Finally, tabulations were examined from the standpoint of 
over-all reasonableness and consistency. This examination re- 
quired the judgment of specialists and was the primary respon- 
sibility of senior Census staff members. However, qualified State 
personnel of the Agricultural Marketing Service, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, assisted in examining the data, especially those 
for crops and livestock, evaluating the results, and calling atten- 
tion to the situations for which further checking was necessary. 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 
Specified farms. — "Specified farms" refers to the larger farms 
that were selected for special handling during the enumeration 
and during the processing of the agriculture questionnaires. 
Although the criteria for their selection have varied since this 
technique was first used in the 1945 Census of Agriculture, the 
basic purposes for employing this technique have not changed. 
One purpose for using a list of specified farms was to help to 
get a complete enumeration. 

The criteria for selecting specified farms were kept as simple as 
possible in order to facilitate the work of enumeration. In most 
States, only one item was considered in classifying farms as "speci- 
fied." The following are the criteria used for the 1954 Census : 



Criteria Area 

Land in the farm — 1,000 acres 

or more All States 

Cropland harvested : 

200 acres or more Florida 

500 acres or more Michigan, Minnesota, 

N. W. Missouri, Wisconsin 
Irrigated cropland harvested : 

200 acres or more Arizona, California, Louisiana 

Cattle and calves : 

100 or more Alabama, Mississippi, 

N. W. Missouri 

200 or more Louisiana 

Milk cows : 

100 or more Arizona, California, Florida 

Chickens sold : 

70,000 or more Delaware, Maryland, West Vir- 
ginia 
Occasionally, a farm which did not meet any of the criteria 
chosen, but which bulked large in respect to some other farm 
characteristics, had to be treated as a specified farm to reduce its 
effect on the results based on a sample of farms. 

In terms of total agricultural production, the operators of 
specified farms account for a significant part of the total produc- 
tion. For example, in the 1950 Census, 71,328 farms (then desig- 
nated "large" farms) were handled on a special basis. Although 
this number was only 1.3 percent of all farms, these "large" farms 
accounted for 17.3 percent of the value of all farm products sold 
and 33.1 percent of all land in farms. The criteria used for estab- 
lishing the group of specified farms for special handling in the 
1954 Census resulted in more than twice as many farms (147,000 
in the 1954 Census as compared with 72,000 in 1950) being given 
special attention. 

General Farm Information 

Date of enumeration. — The enumeration of the 1954 Census of 
Agriculture was made during the latter part of 1954. In the 
1950 Census the starting date for the enumeration was April 1. 
The 1954 Census beginning dates were varied by areas or States, 
ranging from October 4 to November 8. In general, the varied 
starting dates were based upon (1) selecting dates late enough 
for the enumeration to follow the harvesting of the bulk of im- 
portant crops, (2) setting the dates early enough to avoid unde- 
sirable weather and travel conditions during the enumeration, and 
(3) arranging for the enumeration to be substantially completed 
prior to customary dates when farm operators move from one 
farm to another. The average date of enumeration for the 1954 
Census for each county is given in County Table 7. and the per- 
centage of farms enumerated by various dates for the State and 
the date or dates for the starting of the enumeration are given 
in State Table 11. 

Information for inventory items is based on the situation as of 
the actual day of enumeration. Data on acreage and quantity 
of crops harvested are for the crop year 1954. Data on sales of 
crops relate to crops harvested in the year 1954 regardless of when 
sold; data on sales of livestock products relate to the production 
and sales during the calendar year 1954. Since the period to 
be included was not yet completed for some items at the time of 
enumeration, special emphasis was placed upon including accurate 
estimates for such items for the remainder of the period. For 
example, the question relating to dairy products stated, "Be sure 
to include dairy products which you will sell before January 1, 
1955." 

A farm. — For the 1954 and the 1950 Censuses of Agriculture, 
places of 3 or more acres were counted as farms if the annual 
value of agricultural products, exclusive of home-garden products, 
amounted to $150 or more. The agricultural products could have 
been either for home use or for sale. Places of less than 3 acres 
were counted as farms only if the annual value of sales of agri- 
cultural products amounted to $150 or more. Places for which 
the value of agricultural products for 1954 was less than these 
minima because of crop failure or other unusual conditions, and 



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places operated at the time of the census for the first time were 
counted as farms if normally they could be expected to produce 
these minimum quantities of agricultural products. 

All the land under the control of one person or partnership 
was included as one farm. Control may have been through 
ownership, or through lease, rental, or cropping arrangement. 

For the 1954 Census, enumerators were instructed to obtain 
an agriculture questionnaire for all places that the operator con- 
sidered a farm and for all places having during 1954 (1) any 
hogs, cattle, sheep, or goats; (2) any crops such as corn, oats, 
hay, or tobacco; (3) 20 or more chickens, turkeys, and geese; 

(4) 20 or more fruit trees, grapevines, and planted nut trees; or 

(5) any vegetables, berries, or nursery or greenhouse products 
grown for sale. Thus, agriculture questionnaires were filled for 
more places than those qualifying as farms. 

The determination as to which reports were to be included in 
the tabulations as farms was made during the central office 
processing of questionnaires. 

For the 1945 and earlier censuses of agriculture, the definition of 
a farm was somewhat more inclusive. Census enumerators were 
provided with the definition of a farm and were instructed to fill 
reports only for those places which met the criteria. From 1925 
to 1945, farms for census purposes included places of 3 or more 
acres on which there were agricultural operations, and places 
of less than 3 acres with agricultural products for home use or 
for sale with a value of $250 or more. For places of 3 or more 
acres, no minimum quantity of agricultural production was re- 
quired for purposes of enumeration; for places of under 3 acres 
all the agricultural products valued at $250 or more may have 
been for home use and not for sale. The only reports excluded 
from the tabulations were those taken in error and those with 
very limited agricultural production, such as only a small homo 
garden, a few fruit trees, a very small flock of chickens, etc. In 
1945, reports for places of 3 acres or more with limited agricul- 
tural operations were retained if there were .", or more acres of 
cropland and pasture, or if the value of products in 1944 amounted 
to $150 or more when there was less than 3 acres of cropland 
and pasture. 

Because of changes In price level, the $250 limit for value of 
products for farms under 3 acres resulted in the inclusion of 
Varying numbers of farms in the several censuses prior to 1950. 

The change in the definition of a farm in 1950, and continued 
In 1954, resulted in a decrease in the number of farms as compared 
with earlier censuses, especially in the number of farms of 3 or 
more acres in size. Places of 3 or more acres with a value of 
agricultural products of less than $150 were not counted as farms 
In the 1954 and 1950 Censuses. In some eases, these- places would 
have been counted as farms if the criteria used in 1954 and 1950 
had been the same as those used in previous censuses. The change 
in the definition of a farm had no appreciable effect on the totals 
for livestock or crops, for the places affected by this change 
ordinarily accounted for less than 1 percent of the total for a 
county or State. 

There are two figures published for the number of farms for 
each county in 1954. One is an actual count of all farms enumer- 
ated, and the other is an estimate based upon the number of 
sample farms multiplied by 5, plus the number of si>ecified farms. 
In almost every county, the actual number of farms and the esti- 
mated number of farms differ. Because of sampling variability, 
the selection of the sample of farms seldom resulted in the in- 
clusion of exactly 2<i percent of the non-specified farms. The 
number of farms in the sample in a county was accepted if this 
number was within predetermined limits. The counties that were 
not acceptable were adjusted to bring the number of sample farms 
within the predetermined limits. 

Therefore, the actual number of farms in the sample is more or 
less than 20 percent in most instances. Similarly, the estimated 
total for information obtained for t he sample of farms may be 
slightly more or slightly less than the totals which would have 



been obtained if the data had been tabulated for all farms. 
Therefore, occasionally the estimated number of farms reporting 
for some items may be greater than the total munber of farms 
enumerated. The estimated number of farms is shown in the 
tables so that estimates based on the farms in the sample can he 
related to the estimated number of farms rather than to the actual 
number of farms. 

Enumeration of land located in more than one county. — Land in 
an individual farm may be located in two or more counties. In 
such case, the entire farm was enumerated in only one county. 
If the farm operator lived on the farm, the farm was enumerated 
in the county in which the farm operator lived. If the farm 
operator did not live on the farm, the figures for the farm were 
included in the county in which the farm headquarters was lo- 
cated. If there was any question as to the location of the head- 
quarters of the farm, the farm was included in the county in 
which most of the land was located. 

Farm operator. — A "farm operator" is a person who operates a 
farm, either performing the labor himself or directly supervising 
it. He may be an owner, a hired manager, or a tenant, renter, or 
sharecropper. If be rents land to others or has land cropped 
for him by others, he is listed as the operator of only that land 
which lie retain*. In the case of a partnership, only one partner 
was included as the operator. The number of farm operators 
is considered the same as the number of farms. 

Farms reporting or operators reporting.— Figures for farms re- 
porting or operators reporting, based on a tabulation of all farms, 
represent the number of farms, or farm operators, for which the 
specified item was reported. For example, if there were 1,922 
farms in a county and only 1,465 bad chickens over 4 months old 
on hand, the number of farms reporting chickens would be 1,465, 
The difference between the total number of farms and the number 
of farms reporting an item represents the number of farms not 
having that item, provided the inquiry was answered completely 
for all farms. 

For some of the items, such as the residence of the operator, for 
which reports were to have been obtained for all farms, figures 
are given for the number of farms not reporting. The number 
of farms, or operators, not reporting indicates the extent of the 
incompleteness of the reporting for the item. 

Figures for farms reporting or operators reporting, based on a 
tabulation for only a sample of farms, represent the total esti- 
mated from the sample, not the actual number of farms or 
operators reporting. 

Land owned, rented, and managed. — The land to be included in 
each farm was determined by asking the number of acres owned. 
the acres rented from others or worked on shares for others, and 
the acres rented to others or worked on shares by others. The 
acres in the farm were obtained by adding the acres owned and 
acres rented from others or worked on shares for others, ami sub- 
tracting the acres rented to others or worked on shares by others. 
In case of a managed farm, the person in charge was asked the 
total acreage managed for his employer. The acreage that was 
rented to others or cropped by others was subtracted from the 
total managed acreage. 

for 1954 and 1950, the figures for land owned, land rented 
from others, and land managed for others include land rented 
to others by farm operators. In earlier censuses, the enumerator 
was instructed to Include all land rented from others and to ex- 
clude all land rented to others. Thus, he recorded only that 
portion of the acreage owned and the acreage rented from others 
which was retained by the farm operator. For prior censuses, 
the land included in each farm was essentially the same as that 
included for the 1954 anil 195(1 Censuses. 

Land owned. — Land owned includes all land that the operator 
or his wife, or both, hold under title, purchase contract, home- 
stead law, or as one of the heirs, or as a trustee of an 
undivided estate. 

Land rented from others. — Land rented from others includes 
land worked on shares for others, and land used rent free, 



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as well as all land rented or leased under other arrangements. 
Grazing land used under government permit was not included. 

land rented to others. — Many farm operators rent land to 
others. For the most part, the land rented to others represents 
agricultural land but it also includes tracts rented for resi- 
dential or other purposes. When land is leased, rented, or 
cropped on shares, the tenant or cropper is considered the farm 
operator even though his landlord may exercise supervision 
over his operations. The landlord is considered as operating 
only that portion of the land not assigned to tenants or croppers. 

Land area. — The approximate total land area reported for 1954 
for States and counties is, in general, the same as that reported 
for the 1950, 1945, and 1940 Censuses. Changes since 1940 rep- 
resent changes in boundary, actual changes in land area due to 
the construction of reservoirs, etc. The figures for 1940 repre- 
sent a complete remeasurement of the United States and. there- 
fore, may differ from the figures shown for earlier censuses. 

land in farms. — The acreage designated "land in farms" in- 
cludes considerable areas of land not actually under cultivation 
and some land not used for pasture or grazing. All woodland 
and wasteland owned by farm operators, or included in tracts 
rented from others, is included as land in farms unless such land 
was held for other than agricultural purposes, or unless the 
acreage of such land held by a farm operator was unusually 
large. If a place had 1,000 or more acres of land not being used 
for agricultural purposes and less than 10 percent of the total 
acreage in the place was used for agricultural purposes, the non- 
agricultural land in excess of the number of acres used for agri- 
cultural purposes was excluded from the farm area. In applying 
this rule, land used for crops, for pasture, or grazing, and land 
rented to others were considered to be land for agricultural 
purposes. On the other hand, land was defined as nonagricul- 
tural when it was woodland not pastured, or in house and barn 
lots, roads, lanes, ditches, or wasteland. The procedure used 
in 1950 for excluding unusually large acreages of nonagricultural 
land differed slightly from the one used for the current census. 
In 1950, adjustments were made in places of 1,000 acres or more 
(5,000 acres or more in the 17 Western States) if less than 10 
percent of the total acreage was used for agricultural purposes. 

Except for open range and grazing land used under govern- 
ment permit, all grazing land was to be included as land in farms. 
Land used rent free was to be included as land rented from 
others. Grazing lands operated by grazing associations were to 
be reported in the name of the manager in charge. All land in 
Indian reservations used for growing crops or grazing livestock 
was to be included. Land in Indian reservations not reported by 
individual Indians or not rented to non-Indians was to be re- 
ported in the name of the cooperative group using the land. Thus, 
in some instances the entire Indian reservation was reported 
as one farm. 

Land in farms according to use. — Land in farms was classified 
according to the use made of it in 1954. The classes of land are 
mutually exclusive, i. e., each acre of land was included only 
once even though it may have had more than one use during the 
year. 

The classes are as follows : 

Cropland harvested. — This includes land from which crops 
were harvested; land from which hay (including wild hay) 
was cut ; and land in small fruits, orchards, vineyards, nurser- 
ies, and greenhouses. Land from which two or more crops 
were reported as harvested was to be counted only once. 

The enumerator was instructed to check the figure for crop- 
land harvested for each farm by adding the acreages of the in- 
dividual crops reported and subtracting the acres of land from 
which two crops were harvested. This procedure was repeated 
during the central office editing process for farms with 100 or 
more acres of cropland harvested. 

If the harvested cropland was used for other purposes, either 
before or after the harvest of a crop, the enumerator was 
specifically instructed to report the acreage only under crop- 
land harvested. 



Cropland used only for pasture. — In the 1954 and 1950 Cen- 
suses, the enumerator's instructions stated that rotation pasture 
and all other cropland that was used only for pasture were to 
be included under this class. No further definition of crop- 
land pastured was given the farm operator or enumerator. 
Permanent open pasture may, therefore, have been included 
under this item or under "other pasture," depending on whether 
the enumerator or farm operator considered it as cropland. 

The figures for 1945 and earlier censuses are not entirely 
comparable with those for the last two censuses. For 1945, the 
figures include only cropland used solely for pasture in 1944 
that had been plowed within the preceding seven years. The 
figures for this item, for the Censuses of 1940. 1935, and 1925, 
are more nearly comparable with those for the Censuses of 
1954 and 1950, as they include land pastured that could have 
been plowed and used for crops without additional clearing, 
draining, or irrigating. 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured. — This item includes 
idle cropland, land in soil-improvement crops only, land on 
which all crops failed, land seeded to crops for harvest after 
1954, and cultivated summer fallow. 

In the Western States, this class was subdivided to show 
separately the acres of cultivated summer fallow. In these 
States, the acreage not in cultivated summer fallow represents 
largely crop failure. There are very few counties in the 
Western States in which there is a large acreage of idle crop- 
land or in which the growing of soil-improvement crops is an 
important use of the land. 

In the States other than the Western States, this general 
class was subdivided to show separately the acres of idle crop- 
land (not used for crops or for pasture in 1954). In these 
States, the incidence of crop failure is usually low. It was 
expected that the acreage figure that excluded idle land would 
reflect the acreage in soil-improvement crops. However, the 
1954 crop year was one of low rainfall in many Eastern and 
Southern States and, therefore, in these areas the acreage of 
cropland not harvested and not pastured includes more land 
on which all crops failed than would usually be the case. 

Cultivated summer fallow. — This item includes cropland 
that was plowed and cultivated but left unseeded for several 
months to control weeds and conserve moisture. No land 
from which crops were harvested in 1954 was to be included 
under this item. 

Woodland pastured. — This includes all woodland that was 
used for pasture or grazing. The questionnaire contained the 
following instruction: "Include as woodland all wood lots and 
timber tracts and cutover land with young trees which have 
or will have value as wood or timber." No definition of wood- 
land was given in 1950 to either farm operators or Census 
enumerators except an instruction to enumerators not to in- 
clude brush pasture as woodland. Some of the changes in wood- 
land acreages from one census to another may merely represent 
differences in interpretation of the meaning of woodland. 

Woodland not pastured. — This includes all woodland that was 
not used for pasture or grazing. Unusually large tracts of 
timberland reported as woodland not pastured were excluded 
from the tabulations of land in farms when it was evident that 
such land was held primarily for nonagricultural purposes. 
The definition for woodland, as stated above, was used also 
for enumerating woodland not pastured. 

Other pasture (not cropland and not woodland). — This in- 
cludes rough and brush land pastured and any other land 
pastured that the respondent did not consider as either wood- 
land or cropland. The figures for 1954 and 1950 are comparable 
but for 1945 all nonwoodland pasture not plowed within the 
preceding 7 years was included. For the 1940 Census and 
earlier years, the figures are more nearly comparable with those 
for 1954 and 1950. except that the item may be somewhat less 
inclusive since land that could have been plowed and used for 
crops without additional clearing, draining, or irrigating was 
classified as plowable pasture (shown as cropland used only 
for pasture in the tables) . 

Improved pasture. — This item includes land in "other pas- 
ture" on which one or more of the following practices had 
been used : Liming, fertilizing, seeding to grasses or legumes, 
irrigating, draining, or controlling weeds and brush. The 
question on improved pasture was included in 1954 for the 
first time. 

Other land (house lots, roads, wasteland, etc.).— This item in- 
cludes house lots, barn lots, lanes, roads, ditches, and waste- 
land. It includes all land that does not belong under any of 
the other land-use classes. 



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In addition to the complete classification of land in farms ac- 
cording to use, the tables also present data for three summary 
classifications as follows : 

Cropland, total.— This includes cropland harvested, cropland 

used only for pasture, and cropland not harvested and not 

pastured. 

land pastured, total. — This includes cropland used only for 

pasture, woodland pastured, and other pasture (not cropland 

and not woodland). 

Woodland, total. — This includes woodland pastured and wood- 
land not pastured. 

Value of land and buildings.— The value to be reported was the 
approximate amount for which the bind and the buildings on it 
would sell. This item was obtained for only a sample »of the 
farms ; however, the value was not reported for all the farms 
comprising the sample. 

Many problems, not encountered in enumerating most agricul- 
tural items, are involved in obtaining farm real-estate values. 
Most enumerated items require the respondent to make a state- 
ment based upon fact. It may be the number and value of farm 
animals sold alive during the year or the number of lambs under 
1 year old on the place. In either case, only information as to 
activities during a specified period, or the situation as of a stated 
time, is required. This information Is based ui>on actual trans- 
actions or existing conditions. But the estimation of the value 
of land and buildings is based largely i pon opinion. In the event 
a farm hail been recently purchased answers could be 
upon that experience. But man not changed hands 

for many years, nor are they currently for sale. In such cases. 
farm operators may have no clea Mutating the value. 

In making an intelligent estimal .'lent needs, first, to 

estimate the prevailing market e community 

ondly, he must in so : from this base to 

allow for his farm's special cha In many cases, a 

farm operator who would not sell his place under any circum- 
stances may be inclined to give a "market value" that is un- 
reasonably high. Some operators who had purchased their real 
estate during periods of relatively low prices may Rive an esti- 
mate that is unduly influenced by that experience. Further- 
more, tin i tent of variation known to exist in real-estate values 
makes it difficult to establish checking procedures that will dis- 
close inaccurate estimates. 

only average values of land and buildings per farm and per 
acre are presented In this report. A total value of the land and 
buildings for states, geographic divisions, and the United states, 
will Ih> in- -entcd in Volume II. 

Age of operator. — Farm operators were classified by age Into 
six age groups, The average age of farm operators was calculated 
by dividing the total of ages of all farm operators reporting age 
by the number of farm operators reporting. 

Residence of farm operator. — Farm operators were classified by 
resilience on the basis of whether or not they lived on the farm 
operated. Some of those not living on the farm operated lived 
on oilier t i ins. When a farm operator rented land from others 
or worked land on shares for others and had the use of a dwell- 
ing as i f the rental arrangement, the enumerator was in- 
structed i onsider th< dwelling a part of the farm operated. The 

dwelling traet other than that as- 
signed for rops. Since some farm operators live on their farms 
only a portion of the year, comn ' the figures for var- 
ious censuses may t ffected to sot tenl by the date of the 

enumeration. In a feu ases the i rater failed to indicate 

the residence of the farm operator rences between the total 

number of farms and n bei 't I operators by residence 

represent underreporting of this item. 

Years on present farm (year began >. i nion of present farm).- 

The data voars on present fat i began operation of 

present ecured on thi e inquiry, "When did 

yon begii to operate this place' " The 

[Month) (Year) 



time of year that farmers move is indicated by the month they 
began to operate their farms, as shown by a breakdown of the data 
for those farm operators who began to operate their present 
farms in the calendar years 1954 and 1953. The tabulation of 
years on present farm at each census is based on the calendar 
year the operator began operating his farm. Because of differ- 
ences in the date for various censuses, the figures are not fully 
comparable from one census to another. 

Off-farm work and other income. — Many farm operators receive 
a part of their income from sources other than the sale of farm 
products from their farms. The 1954 Agriculture Questionnaire 
included several inquiries relating to work off the farm and non- 
farm income. These inquiries called for the number of days 
worked off the farm by the farm operator ; whether other members 
of the operator's family worked off the farm ; and whether the 
farm operator received income from other sources, such as sale 
of products from land rented out, cash rent, boarders, old age as- 
sistance, pensions, veterans' allowances, unemployment compen- 
sation, interest, dividends, profits from nonfarm business, and 
help from other members of the operator's family. Another in- 
quiry asked whether the income of the operator and his family 
from off-farm work and other sources was greater than the total 
value of all agricultural products sold from the farm in 1954. 
Off-farm work was to include work at nonfarm Jobs, businesses, 
or professions, whether performed on the farm premises or else- 
where ; also work on someone else's farm for pay or wages. Ex- 
change work was not to be included. 

The purposes of these four inquiries were (1) to obtain in- 
formation in regard to the extent that farm operators performed 
off-farm work and the relation of other nonfarm income to the 
value of farm products sold aud (2) to provide a basis for the 
classification of farms by economic class I see Farms by ceo 
nomic class, page XXII I. The intent of the inquiry in regard to 
whether or not a member of the family had a nonfarm job. and the 
inquiry regarding income of the farm operator from other non- 
farm sources, was to obtain more aecu ate replies to the inquiry 
regarding the relationship of the incol from Off-farm work and 
other sources to the total value of all agricultural products sold. 

Specified facilities and equipment.— I liquifies were made in 1954 
for a sample of farms to determine the presence or absence of 
selected items on each place such as I It telephone, (21 piped run- 
ning water, (3) electricity, (4) television set, (5) home freezer, 
nil elect rie pig brooder, (7) milking machine, and (X) power feed 
grinder. Such facilities or equipment were to lie counted even 
though temporarily out of order. Piped running water was de- 
fined as water piped from a pressure system or by gravity flow 
from a natural or artificial source. The enumerator's instruc- 
tions stated that pig brooders were to include those heated by an 
electric beating element, by an infra-red or heat bulb, or by or- 
dinary electric bulbs. They could be homemade. 

The number of selected types of other farm equipment was 
also obtained for a sample of farms. The selected kinds of farm 
equipment to he reported were (1 ) grain combines (for harvest- 
ing and threshing grains or seeds in one operation); (2) corn 
pickers; (3) pick-up balers (stationary ones not to be reported) : 
ill field forage harvesters (for field chopping of silage and 
forage crops) ; (5) motortrucks; Hi) wheel traitors (other than 
garden); IT) garden tractors; (SI crawler tractors (traeklaying, 
caterpillar); (9) automobiles; and (10) artificial ponds, reser- 
voirs, and earth tanks. 

Wheel tractors were to include homemade tractors but were 
not to include implements having built-in imwer units such as 
self-proiielled combines, powered buck rakes, etc. "Pick-up" 
and truck-trailer combinations were to be reported as motor- 
trucks. School buses were not to be reported, and jeeps and 
Station wagons were to he included as motortrucks or automo- 
biles, depending on whether used for hauling farm products or 
supplies, or as passenger vehicles. 

Classification of farms by class of work power. — Farms were 
grouped by class of work power on the basis of whether horses, 



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mules, or tractors (wheel or crawler, but not garden) were 
reported. This classification does not present a complete picture 
of the work power used on all farms. For some farms, all the 
work power may be furnished by the landlord ; and for some farms, 
all the work power may be hired. Thus, farms hiring all of the 
work power from others and those having it furnished are shown 
as having no work power, unless the work animals or tractors 
were kept on the tenant-operated tract. 

Since the number of tractors was obtained for only a sample 
of farms, the number of farms by class of work power represents 
an estimate. 

Farm labor. — The farm-labor inquiries for 1954, made on a 
sample basis, called for the number of persons doing farm work 
or chores on the place during a specified calendar week. Since 
starting dates of the 1954 enumeration varied by areas or States, 
the calendar week to which the farm-labor inquiries related 
varied also. The calendar week was September 26-October 2 or 
October 24-30. States with the September 26-October 2 calendar 
week were : Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, 
Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, 
Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hamp- 
shire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Okla- 
homa, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Ten- 
nessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and 
Wyoming. States with the October 24-30 calendar week were : 
Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, 
Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, South 
Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Farm work was to include 
any work, chores, or planning necessary to the operation of the 
farm or ranch business. Housework, contract construction work, 
and labor involved when equipment was hired (custom work) 
were not to be included. 

The farm labor information was obtained in three parts : 
(1) Operators working, (2) unpaid members of the operator's 
family working, and (3) hired persons working. Operators were 
considered as working if they worked 1 or more hours ; unpaid 
members of the operator's family, if they worked 15 or more 
hours; and hired persons, if they worked any time during the 
calendar week specified. Instructions contained no specifications 
regarding age of the persons working. 

Data shown for earlier censuses are not fully comparable with 
those for 1954, primarily because of differences in the period to 
which the data relate. The data for 1954 were purposely related 
to a period of peak farm employment. During 1950 the labor in- 
quiries were related to the calendar week preceding the actual 
enumeration. Although starting dates were identical in all States 
(April 1, 1950), several weeks were required to complete the field 
work. Therefore, the calendar week preceding the enumeration 
was not the same for all farms. For the 1945 and 1935 Censuses, 
the number of fa"rm workers related to the first week in January. 
The data for 1940 related to the last week in March. In 1945, 
1940, and 1935, only persons working the equivalent of two or more 
days during the specified week were to be included. In 1945 and 
1940, only workers 14 years old and over were to be included. In 
1935, as in 1954 and 1950, there was no specification regarding 
the age of the farm workers. No instructions were issued to 
include farm chores as farm work in 1940 and 1935 Censuses. 

In censuses prior to 1954, farm-labor data were not always 
satisfactorily reported when the specified week for reporting the 
number of persons employed did not immediately precede the 
week during which the actual enumeration was made. When the 
week, for which a report for the number of persons employed was 
required, was several weeks before the week of enumeration, the 
farm operator or the enumerator often reported the highest num- 
ber of persons employed during the year. When it was obvious 
that the data were not correctly reported, adjustments were made 
to make the data reflect more nearly the situation during the 
specified week. Because of demand for the data, the information 
on number of persons working on farms, for the 1954 Census, 
relates to a specified week. In some cases, this specified week was 



several weeks before the week of actual enumeration. However, 
few adjustments were made in the data for 1954 even though 
there were indications that there was incorrect reporting or that 
the report may have referred to a week other than the week 
specified. 

Regular and seasonal workers. — Hired persons working on the 
farm during the specified week were classed as "regular" 
workers if the period of actual or expected employment was 150 
days or more during the year, and as "seasonal" workers if the 
period of actual or expected employment was less than 150 days. 
If the period of expected employment was not reported, the 
Iieriod of employment was estimated for the individual farm 
after taking into account such items as the basis of payment, 
wage rate, expenditures for labor in 1954, and the type and 
other characteristics of the farm. 

Hired workers by basis of payment. — Hired persons were also 
classified according to the basis of payment. The question- 
naire called for the numbers of hired workers paid on a monthly 
basis, on a weekly basis, on a daily basis, on an hourly basis, 
and on a piecework basis. If the basis of payment was not re- 
ported for any of the hired workers, the missing information 
was supplied. 

Wage rate and hours worked. — The rate of pay (except for 
workers on a piecework basis) and the hours that workers were 
expected to work to earn this pay (except for workers on hourly 
basis or on piecework basis) were asked for each class of 
worker. For 1954, the data include estimates of hours worked 
and wage rates for questionnaires incomplete for either of these 
items. Estimates were based upon relationships existing on 
nearby farms of similar size and type. Data for 1950 for hours 
worked and wage rates were restricted to farms reporting both 
wage rates and hours worked. 

Fertilizer and lime. — The 1954 questionnaires contain inquiries 
on the tonnage and cost of fertilizer and liming material and 
the acreage on which they were used during the calendar year 
1954. Fertilizer and lime used on the place were to be included 
regardless of whether the landowner, tenant, or both paid for 
them. Fertilizer was to include only commercial fertilizer or 
fertilizing material. No specific mention was made of basic slag. 
It was thought that this byproduct of steel production would be 
considered as a fertilizing material. Barnyard manure, straw, 
refuse materials, and soil conditioners were to be excluded. Lime 
or liming material was to include ground limestone, hydrated and 
burnt lime, marl, oyster shells, etc. No mention was made of 
gypsum but this product was excluded in the processing when 
the entries for such were detected. Lime used for sprays or 
sanitation purposes was to be omitted. 

Acres on which purchased materials were used were to be re- 
ported for both lime and fertilizer. In case fertilizer was applied 
to the same crop more than once in 1954, instructions were to 
report acres of land only once but to report the total tonnage used. 
The acres fertilized and tons applied were obtained separately for 
selected crops. The selected crops varied by regions. This ar- 
rangement made it possible to obtain data for crops most com- 
monly fertilized in the region. 

For some counties, the tonnage of lime shown in the table may 
be less than the tonnage reported for the Agricultural Conserva- 
tion Program. In some cases, the difference may arise because of 
sampling error and in other cases, it may be the result of under- 
reporting by farm operators. Many of the differences disappear 
when the data are presented for larger areas. 

In the South, some landlords, who conducted some farming 
operations themselves, reported for their operations fertilizer and 
lime paid for wholly or in part by them for use on their tenant- 
operated land. The tenants may also have reported the fertilizer 
and lime. During the editing procedure such reports, when 
detected, were adjusted to prevent duplication in the reports for 
fertilizer and lime by landlords and their tenants. 

Specified farm expenditures. — The 1954 Census obtained data for 
selected farm expense items in addition to those for fertilizer 
and lime. The exi>enditures were to include the total specified 
expenditures for the place whether made by landlord, tenant, 
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Expenditures for machine hire were to include any labor in- 
cluded in the cost of such machine hire. Machine hire refers to 
custom machine work such as tractor hire, threshing, combining, 
silo rilling, baling, ginning, plowing, and spraying. If part of 
the farm products was given as pay for machine hire, the value 
of the products traded for this service was to be included in the 
amount of expenditures reported. The cost of trucking, freight, 
and express was not to be included. 

Expenditures for hired labor were to include only cash pay- 
ments. Expenditures for housework, custom work, and contract 
construction work were not to be included. 

Expenditures for feed were to include the expenditures for 
pasture, salt, condiments, concentrates, and mineral supplements, 
as well as those for grain, hay, and mill feeds. Expenditures for 
grinding and mixing feeds were also to be included. Payments 
made by a tenant to his landlord for feed grown on the land 
rented by the tenant were not to be included. 

Ex]>enditures for gasoline and other petroleum fuel and oil 
were to include only those used for the farm business. Petroleum 
products used for the farmer's automobile for pleasure or used 
exclusively in the farm home for heating, rooking, and lighting 
were not to be included. 

Farm-mortgage debt. — Data on farm-mortgage debt will be <-<>n- 
tained in a special report (Part 5 of Volume III) to be issued in 
1956. This report will contain data only for States and larger 
geographic areas. 

Crops 

Crops harvested. — The agriculture questionnaire was organized 
to make possible the listing of acreage and quantity harvested for 
each crop. To facilitate the enumerator's work, specific crop 
questions were varied according to areas (usually each area com- 
prised a State or a group of States). Regionalizing question- 
naires made it possible to devote special attention to the more 
important crops for a given area and also to use the unit of 
measure that was in most common use in the area. 

In most instances, the harvested acreage that was reported 
for individual crops represents the area harvested for the 1954 
crop year. An exception was made for land in fruit orchards, 
vineyards, and planted nut trees; in this case the acreage repre- 
sents that in both bearing and nonbearing trees and vines as of 
the date of enumeration (usually October or November 1854). 
The acreage harvested for various crops is often less than the 
acreage planted. 

With three exceptions, citrus fruits, olives, and avocados, figures 
for quantity harvested represent the amount actually harvested 
during the 1954 crop year. Citrus fruit production was to be re- 
ported for the 1963-1954 marketing season (from the bloom of 
1953). Olive ami avocado production for California related to 
the quantity harvested from the 1953 bloom (an instruction to 
enumerators referred to the marketing season which began 
October 1, 1953). In Florida, the avocado production period, 
according to the Enumerator's Instruction Hook, was to include 
the quantity harvested from the 1953 bloom (the harvesting sea- 
son extending from July 1, 1953, to June 30, 1954). 

The unit of measure used for reporting the quantity harvested 
for some crops has varied, not only from State to State, but from 
census to census. ti> i>crmit reporting in units of measure cur- 
rently in use. In the State and county tables, figures on quantity 
harvested for each crop are shown in the unit of measure appear- 
ing on the 1954 Agriculture Questionnaire. When required, data 
for earlier years were converted Into units of measure differing 
from those which were used in the published reports for those 
years. 

Corn. — The inquiries regarding corn acreage and quantity har- 
vested were ii"t the same in all States. In areas where farmers 
frequently use units of measure such as baskets, barrels, etc., the 
questionnaire permitted the reporting of quantity harvested in 
bushels or in an alternative unit of measure. When alternative 



units of measure other than bushels (shelled basis) were reported 
on the questionnaire, the quantity was converted into bushels 
prior to tabulation. As in former censuses, farmers in certain 
areas had a tendency to report the quantity of corn harvested in 
terms of baskets of ear corn, barrels, or some unit other than 
bushels of corn on a shelled basis. Such reports, when detected, 
were corrected to represent the equivalent bushels of 70 pounds of 
ear corn or 56 pounds of shelled corn. 

Annual legumes. — Acres and quantity harvested for the most 
important uses of soybeans, cowpeas, and peanuts, as well as 
the total acreage grown for all purposes, were obtained for 
areas where these crops are grown extensively. The total acreage 
grown for all purposes includes some acreage not harvested as 
the acreage plowed under for green manure was included. In 
certain States, separate figures were obtained for the acres grown 
alone and the acres grown with other crops. For the 1954 Census, 
enumerators were instructed to report acres and value of sales 
for cowpeas harvested for green peas with vegetables harvested 
for sale. For 1949, the total acreage of vegetables harvested for 
sale, shown in State and county tallies, includes the acres of 
cowpeas harvested for green peas for the following States : Ala- 
bama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, and Texas. However, for 194!) the number of 
farms reporting and the value of vegetables harvested for sale 
do not include farms reporting or the value of cowpeas harvested 
for green peas. 

Hay crops. — The tables contain data regarding the total acres 
of land from which bay was cut. Sorghum, soybean, cowpea, and 
peanut hays were excluded from this total as separate questions 
were provided in those States where these crops are important. 
The figures for total land from which hay was cut for 1954 were 
obtained by adding the acres of the various hay crops, including 
grass silage, for each county. The comparable figures for the 1950 
Census were obtained by an inquiry of the farm operator. Alfalfa 
bay includes any production which was dehydrated. The tonnage 
of alfalfa hay for dehydration (as well as that for other hays 
but not for grass silage) is given on a dry-weight basis. 

Enumerators and farmers were instructed to report the total 
quantity of hay harvested from all cuttings, but to report only 
once the acres of land from which more than one cutting was 
made. For 1954, alfalfa hay included alfalfa and alfalfa mix- 
tures. Likewise, clover and timothy hay included clover and 
timothy and mixtures of clover and grasses. For 1950, the agri- 
culture questionnaire contained instructions to report mixed hay 
under the kind of hay that made tip the largest part of the mix- 
ture. The differences in the instructions for reporting mixed 
hays affect the comparability of the data for the 1954 and prior 
censuses. The kinds of hay to be reported under "Other hay" 
varied from State to State, and can be determined for a specific 
State by referring to the copy of the questionnaire in the 
Appendix. 

Clover seed, alfalfa, grass and other field seed crops.— The 1954 
questionnaire contained separate inquiries for a number of the 
field seed crops and provided a question on "other field seed 
crops" for the purpose of obtaining Information for all minor field 
seed crops harvested. 

Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes — The 1954 Census inquiry for 
both Irish and sweet potatoes called for acres harvested and the 
quantity harvested. If less than 20 bushels (or 10 bags in speci- 
fied States) of Irish potatoes or if less than 20 bushels of sweet- 
potatoes were harvested, the enumerator was instructed to 
report the quantity harvested, but not the area harvested. This 
method of reporting was used in order to facilitate the enumera- 
tion of potatoes grown on small plots for home use. The pro- 
cedure and inquiries for both Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes 
were essentially the same for 1950. Data for censuses prior to 
1950 are not entirely comparable with those for 1950 and 1954. 
Earlier censuses did not eliminate the acres of the small plot — 
home-use production of Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes. There- 



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fore, especially in counties or States where the production of 
potatoes is largely for home use, the data on acres for 1954 and 
1950 are not fully comparable with those for earlier censuses. 

Berries and other small fruits. — The questionnaire called for 
acreage and quantity harvested in 1954 for sale. Nonbearing 
areas and areas from which berries or fruits were not harvested 
for sale were not to be reported. Separate inquiries were carried 
on the questionnaire for such berries as strawberries, black- 
berries, and raspberries (tame) in States where production of 
these crops was important commercially. 

Tree fruits, nuts, and grapes. — For 1954, the number of trees or 
vines and the quantity harvested were not enumerated if there 
was a total of less than 20 fruit or nut trees and grapevines on 
the farm. For censuses prior to 1954, enumerators were in- 
structed to report the number of fruit or nut trees and grape- 
vines and the quantity harvested, regardless of how many trees 
or grapevines were on the farm. Because of this change in 
instructions, the data for 1954 are not fully comparable with 
those for prior censuses. In commercial fruit-producing counties, 
the change in instructions may have affected considerably the 
number of farms reporting, but had little effect on the number 
of trees or the quantity harvested. On the other hand, in counties 
where most of the fruit and nut trees and grapevines are in small 
plantings, largely for producing fruit or nuts for consumption on 
the farm, the change in instructions may have resulted in a reduc- 
tion not only in the number of farms reporting, but also in the 
number of fruit and nut trees and grapevines, as well as in the 
quantity harvested. 

For 1954, the acreage in fruit orchards, groves, vineyards, and 
planted nut trees was not enumerated if there were less than 20 
fruit or nut trees and grapevines cm the farm. For the 1950 
Census, enumerators were instructed not to report the area in 
fruit orchards, groves, vineyards, and planted nut trees if the 
area was less than one-half acre. For censuses prior to 1950, 
enumerators were instructed to report the area in all orchards, 
vineyards, and planted nut trees regardless of size of the area. 
However, frequently enumerators did not report the area for 
small fruit plantings and home orchards. In areas where small 
fruit and nut plantings or home orchards comprise a considerable 
part of the total fruit and nut acreage, considerable change may 
be indicated from census to census in the acreage of land in fruit 
trees, planted nut trees, and grapevines because of differences in 
enumeration procedures or in the enumerators' application of the 
instructions. 

In the regional questionnaire for Arizona and California, the 
acreage in each individual fruit and nut crop was secured. 

The acreage in fruit and planted nut trees and grapevines does 
not usually include the acreage of wild pecans that were not 
planted. For Maine, the acreage in cropland harvested includes 
the acreage from' which wild blueberries were harvested. 

The unit of measure used for the quantity of fruits, grapes, and 
nuts harvested varied from State to State. Tables in this report 
show the quantity harvested in the unit of measure appearing on 
the 1954 Agriculture Questionnaire. 

Nursery and greenhouse products. — The agriculture question- 
naire included three inquiries relating to horticultural-specialty 
crops. One called for acres and value of sales in 1954 of nursery 
products (trees, shrubs, vines, ornamentals, etc.). Another asked 
for the area grown under glass : area grown in the open ; and value 
of sales of cut flowers, potted plants, florist greens, and bedding 
plants. The third called for area grown under glass or in house ; 
area grown in the open ; and value of sales of vegetables grown 
under glass, flower seeds, vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms. The inquiries in 1954 were essentially the same 
as those used in the 1950 Census. 

Value of crops harvested and value of crops sold. — The total 
value of crops harvested represents the value of all crops harvested 
during the crop year 1954. It includes the value of the part of 
the crop consumed on the farm and the value of the part of the 



crop used for seed on the farm, as well as the value of the part 
of the crop that was sold. 

Farmers were not asked to report the value of crops harvested. 
The values were calculated in the central office by multiplying the 
quantity harvested for each crop by the average price at which the 
crop was sold in the State. These State average prices were ob- 
tained cooperatively by the Agricultural Marketing Service, 
United States Department of Agriculture, and the Bureau of the 
Census. The prices are based on reports provided by a sample of 
farmers and dealers. However, average prices were not calculated 
for vegetables harvested for sale, nursery and greenhouse prod- 
ucts, and forest products. In the absence of the value of quan- 
tities harvested for these products, the value of sales which was 
obtained in the enumeration was used in calculating the total 
value of crops harvested. 

State Table 16 gives data for the value of that part of each 
crop sold. The questionnaire did not call for reports of sales 
(quantity sold or the value of sales) for all crops. Estimates of 
the quantities sold were made in the central office for those crops 
for which the quantity sold was not enumerated. (For the pro- 
cedure used in estimating the quantity of each crop sold, see 
Value of farm products sold, page XXIII.) For each crop, the 
quantity sold was multiplied by the average State price in order to 
obtain the value of the quantity sold. Enumerators and farmers 
were instructed to report the landlord's share as sold unless it 
was used for feed or seed on the place where it was produced. 

In 1950. the value of crops sold was obtained by inquiry of 
each farm operator during the enumeration. 

Forest products. — The forest products data obtained by the 
Census relate only to those products cut on farms. Commercial 
logging, timber operations, and forest products cut on places 
not counted as farms are excluded. Therefore, the data pub- 
lished do not show the total forestry output and income for a 
county or State. 

The questions included in the 1954 questionnaire were essen- 
tially the same as those for 1950. However, a change w 7 as made 
in the enumeration of the sales of standing timber. In 1950, a 
special question asked for "sales from standing timber," while in 
1954, instructions were to report any standing timber cut as saw- 
logs and veneer logs. 

Irrigation 

Irrigated land was defined as land to which water was applied 
by artificial means for agricultural purposes. Water applied by 
subirrigation was included as well as that applied to the surface. 
Irrigated land included land irrigated by a sprinkler system. 
Land flooded during high-water periods was to be considered as 
irrigated land only if water was purposely applied for agri- 
cultural purposes by means of dams, canals, or other works. 
Regulation of the "water table" by drainage works was not to be 
included as irrigation. 

There were two groups of irrigation inquiries used for the 
1954 Census. One group was used in the 17 Western States 
(Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho. Kansas, Montana, Ne- 
braska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, 
South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming) and in 
Arkansas, Florida, and Louisiana. The other group was used 
in the remaining 28 States. In the 17 Western States and Arkan- 
sas, Florida, and Louisiana, the agriculture questionnaire con- 
tained several inquiries regarding irrigation. These inquiries 
related to the area of irrigated land from which crops were 
harvested and the names of the crops for which the entire acreage 
harvested was irrigated in 1954. In all of these States except 
Arkansas and Louisiana, the area of irrigated pasture was also 
obtained. In the remaining States, the agriculture question- 
naire called for only the total acres irrigated in 1954. This 
acreage may have been used for harvested crops, soil-improvement 
crops, or for pasture. 

The inquiries relating to irrigation lor the 1954 Census were 
essentially the same as those for the 1950 Census. However, in 



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1950, irrigated land from which no crop was harvested was in- 
cluded as irrigated land, while such acreage was not obtained in 
1954. 

Considerable data are published regarding irrigation in the 
17 Western States and Arakansas, Florida, and Louisiana. The 
following definitions apply to these States : 

Irrigated farm's. -These are farms reporting land irrigated. 
Data on land in irrigated farms and on land in irrigated farms 
according to use include the entire acreage of land in these I 
whether irrigated or not. 

Land irrigated. — This relates only to that part of the land in 
irrigated farms to which water was applied. However, for 
Arkansas and Louisiana the total for irrigated land does not 
include land used solely for pasture or grazing. For the 17 
Western States and for Arkansas. Florida, and Louisiana, this 
total does not include irrigated cropland that was not harvested 
and not pastured. 

Irrigated land in farms according to use. — This classification 
provides data on the use of irrigated land in farms and Includes 
that part of the cropland harvested that was irrigated as well 
as that portion of the land pastured to which water was applied. 

Farms with all harvested crops irrigated. — These are all "irri- 
gated farms" on which all crops harvested were grown on irri- 
gated land. 

Irrigated crops harvested. — The data for irrigated crops har- 
vested include (1) the acreage of crops harvested on irrigated 
farms on which all harvested crops were irrigated and (2) the 
acreage of those crops which were wholly irrigated on farms 
where a part of. or ill of. other harvested crops were not irrigated. 
Thus, the reported acreage in irrigated crops may not include the 
total acreage of each harvested crop grown on irrigated land, but 
the exclusions are minor. However, in the case of vegetables 
harvested for sale and orchard fruits and nuts, the dala for farms 
reporting number of trees, value of sales, etc., relate only I 
crops harvested on farms on which all crops were irrigated. 

Land'Use and Conservation Practices 

Land in cover crops turned under for green manure. — The data 
for this item represent land on which a cover crop was turned 
under in 1954 and another crop was planted for harvest after 1954. 
Such acreages were to he reported even though the succeeding 
crop may later have failed. This Inquiry was not made in Ari- 
zona, California. Colorado, Idaho, Kansas. Montana, Nebraska, 
Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South 
Dakota. Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and (lie western part of 
Texas. 

Stripcropping. — The data for strlpcropplng relates to the area 
of row crops or close-seeded crops that were grown in strips across 
the path of prevailing winds to prevent or reduce the blowing 
of topsoil. This question was included only in Colorado. Idaho. 
Kansas, Montana. Nebraska. Nevada. New Mexico. North Dakota. 
Oklahoma. Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington. Wyoming. 
and the western part of Texas. 

Cropland used for grain or row crops farmed on the contour. — 
This is the area for all grain and row crops that were planted 
around the Slope to maintain comparatively level rows in 
being planted in straight rows running up and down the slope. 
Livestock and Poultry 

The 1954 questionnaire called for an Inventi ir some 

phase of production for all the Important kinds of farm animals 
and poultry. Respondents were asked for the numbers on hand 
on the day of enumeration. Livestock were to be enumerated on 
the place on which they were located, regardless of ownership. 
Livestock grazing in national forests, grazing districts, or on open 
range at the time of enumeration were to be reported for the farm 
or ranch to which they belonged. 

The time of the year at which livestock and poultry were 
enumerated Influences greatly the resulting data. Therefore, the 
date of the enumeration needs to be considered when comparing 



1954 totals with those for corresponding items for the 1950 or 
prior censuses. The 1950 data represented a spring inventory 
(April 1, 1950), while the current census provided a fall inventory. 
The 1954 enumeration came at a time of large scale movement 
of flocks and herds from one range to another, from ranch to 
feeder, and from farm or ranch to market. 

The censuses of agriculture beginning with 1920 and continuing 
through 1950 were taken as of either April 1 or January 1. The 
censuses taken in the years ending in "0'' were taken as of April 
1, while the censuses taken in the years ending in "5" were taken 
as of January 1. An enumeration made in April results in a 
count that differs considerably from a count made in January, 
st areas a large number of animals are born between 
Jan lary and April. On the other hand, a considerable number 
of rtder animals are sold or die during the 3-month period, 
January to April. In the range States, sheep and cattle are 
moved, with the change in season and grazing condition, from one 
locality, or country, to another. This movement may affect the 
comparability of data for counties and, in some cases, for States. 
The comparability of the data for the number of livestock and' 
poultry has also been affected by changes in age groups and 
questionnaire inquiries from census to census. State Table 12 
presents a description of the various age and sex groups of live- 
stock and poultry for each census from 1920 to 1954. 

Milk cows; cows milked; milk sold. — Data on number of cows 
milked and milk production relate to the day preceding the 
enumeration. 

Questionnaires in 25 States, chiefly western and midwestern, 
provided three alternative units of measure for enumerators and 
respondents to report whole milk sales: (1) Pounds of milk, 
(2) iHHinds of butterfat, and (3) gallons of milk. In the other 
sales of whole milk on the basis of butterfat content 
were considered relatively unimportant and, therefore, the unit of 
measure (pounds of butterfat) was omitted from the question- 
naire. However, for publication by States, the reports for whole 
milk sold were converted into a unit of measure common to the 
particular State. Pounds of butterfat were converted into gal- 
lons or pounds of whole milk on the basis of the average butterfat 
content of whole milk, as shown by data furnished by the Agri- 
cultural Marketing Service of the United States Department of 
Agriculture. 

The tables for economic areas contain figures on total milk 
sold. These figures represent the total equivalent of milk and 
pounds of butterfat in cream sold in terms of whole milk. 

'total sales of all dairy products for 1954 are not entirely 
comparable with those for 1949. The value of sales for whole 
milk and cream was Included in both the 1954 and 1945 Censuses. 
In L950, the value of the sales of butter, buttermilk, and cheese 
was obtained; the value of these products was not included in 

1954. 

Sows and gilts farrowing. — The 1954 questionnaire asked for 
spring litters by an inquiry on the number of sows and gilts far- 
rowing between December 1, 1953, and June 1, 1954, and for fall 
litters by an inquiry on the number of sows and gilts farrowing 
since June 1, but before December 1, 1954. The inquiry relating 
to sows farrowing or expected to farrow during the fall was in- 
eluded in the census for the first time in 1954. The ]!>. r .4 data for 
spring farrowings tsows and gilts farrowing between December 
I. L953", and June 1. 1954) are comparable with those for 1950. 
Since no data were obtained in 1950 for fall farrowing, only the 
1954 data for farrowing after June 1 are given. For a number of 
counties, the ratio of sows farrowing to the number of hogs and 
pigs on hand, plus those sold, may be low because hogs or pigs 
were shipped into the county for feeding. Adjustments in the 
number of sows farrowing were made both for spring and fall 
■hen there was substantial evidence that the number of 
Farrowing was not reported. The adjustments were made 
largely in counties outside the major hog-producing areas. 

Sheep and lambs and wool. — Questionnaires for all States, ex- 
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regarding sheep and lambs. In Florida, Georgia, and South 
Carolina, the enumerator was instructed to report the number of 
sheep and lambs in the remarks section. However, no data on 
the number of sheep and lambs or on wool production were com- 
piled for these 3 States for 1954. 

Goati and mohair. — In Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Ore- 
gon, Texas, Washington, and selected counties in Missouri, special 
questions were provided for reporting goats and mohair. These 
questions called for the number of all goats, Angora goats, and 
other goats, separately, and for the number of goats clipped and 
jwunds of mohair clipped in 1954. 

Bees and honey. — Provision was not made for reporting bees 
or honey for the 1954 Census. 

Value of livestock on farms.— The values for 1954 shown in 
State Table 13 were secured by multiplying the number of each 
class of livestock or poultry on hand by the State average price. 
These prices were obtained cooperatively by the Agricultural 
Marketing Service, United States Department of Agriculture, and 
the Bureau of the Census. 

Livestock products.— The inquiries regarding livestock produc- 
tion and sales relate to the calendar year 1954, and those for 
sales of livestock products relate to the products produced in 
1954. 

Bales of live animals.— The 1954 questionnaire called for the 
number and value of sales of animals sold alive from the place 
during 1954. The questions used were similar to those used in 
the 1950 Census. The difference in the time of enumeration for 
the two censuses may have affected the comparability of the data. 
Since the 1954 Census was a fall enumeration, an additional 
problem was involved In getting information on animals sold 
alive. It was necessary not only to ask the respondent for sales 
he had made during 1954 prior to the date of the enumeration, 
but also for an estimate of sales he would make during the re- 
mainder of 1954. Some respondents may not have reported sales 
to be made after the enumeration but before December 31, 1954. 
No data are available to indicate the extent of under-reporting 
of sales of livestock and poultry. 

Poultry and poultry products.— For the 1954 Census, chicken 
sales were subdivided Into sales of (1) broilers and (2) other 
chickens. This is the first census in which broilers were enumer- 
ated separately. The enumeration of broilers presented problems 
because of the varied contractual arrangements under which 
broilers are produced. The agriculture questionnaire contained 
the following instruction: "Report all broilers sold from this 
place including those raised for others under contract." In a 
number of cases, young chickens were reported as broilers sold. 
Entries of less than 1,000 chickens or broilers sold, for individual 
farms, were tabulated as other chickens sold. 

Sampling 

Sampling was used for the 1954 Census of Agriculture in two 
ways. First, information on fertilizer and lime, farm expendi- 
tures, farm labor, off-farm work, facilities and equipment on the 
place, farm value, and mortgage debt, was enumerated for only 
a sample of farmR. (The information in Sections VIII through 
XIII of the questionnaire was obtained only for the farms in the 
sample. See Appendix for copy of the questionnaire.) Second, 
some tabulations were prepared on the basis of a sample of farms. 
As a result, a greater volume of data could be published than if 
the reports for all farms had been used for every tabulation. Most 
of the data shown in this report by State economic areas are 
estimates prepared on the basis of the tabulation of data for the 
sample of farms. These tabulations are for the same sample of 
farms for which data were collected on a sample basis during the 
enumeration. 

Description of the sample for the 1964 Census.— The sample used 
for the 1954 Census of Agriculture consisted of specified farms 
(see page XII for a description of specified farms) and one-fifth 



of the remaining farms. Thus, the sample included slightly more 
than 20 percent of all farms. 

The actual selection of farms in the sample was made by 
census enumerators as part of the enumeration procedure. The 
enumerator listed the head of each household on a single line of 
the Enumerator's Record Book, and determined whether an 
agriculture questionnaire was to be obtained. If he was re- 
quired to fill a questionnaire, he entered the "number of acres in 
this place" in accordance with question 11 of the agriculture 
questionnaire. On the basis of the number of acres in this place, 
the enumerator recorded a check mark in one of five squares that 
provided for the recording of each farm in one of five size-of- 
farm groups. All the squares for farms with 1,000 or more acres 
were lightly shaded and a random fifth of the squares for each 
of the other four size groups was also lightly shaded. (See Ap- 
pendix for an example of a page of the Enumerator's Record 
Book.) If the respondent was listed on a line for which the 
shaded square corresponded to the size of his farm, his farm 
was included in the sample. The agriculture questionnaire con- 
tained one or more inquiries at the beginning of Section VIII — 
the first section containing inquiries to be asked for only a sam- 
ple of farms (See copy of questionnaire in Appendix )— for the 
guidance of the enumerator as to whether the questionnaire was 
for a farm to be included in the sample and whether the farm 
qualified as a specified farm. 

Adjustment of the sample. — An adjustment in the 20 percent 
part of the sample was made by a process essentially equivalent to 
si ratifying the farms in the sample by size, for the purpose of 
(1) improving the reliability of the estimates from the sample 
on an economic area level, and (2) for the purpose of reducing 
the effects of possible biases introduced because some census 
enumerators did not follow perfectly the method devised for se- 
lecting the farms in the sample. In order to adjust the sample 
for each State economic area, counts were obtained of all farms 
and of sample farms for each of ten size-of-farm groups based 
on "acres in this place." The ten size-of-farm groups were as 
follows : Under 10 acres. 10-29 acres, 30-49 acres, 50-69 acres, 
70-99 acres, 100-139 acres, 140-179 acres. 180-259 acres, 260-499 
acres, and 500-999 acres. In determining the extent of the adjust- 
ment, the difference between the number of farms in the sample 
and the total number of farms divided by five was obtained for 
each size group. The actual adjustment for the size group was 
made by either eliminating or duplicating, on a random basis, 
farms in those counties of the State economic area where the 
greatest over- or under-representation existed. 

Method of estimation. — Data which are based on the sample of 
farms were expanded to represent figures for all farms. The 
expanded figure for an item was obtained by multiplying by five 
the tabulated total for that item for the farms in the 20 percent 
part of the sample and adding the total for the specified farms. 

Reliability of estimates based on the sample. — The estimates 
based on the tabulation of data for a sample of farms are subject 
to sampling errors. When data based on a sample of farms are 
shown in the same table with data for all farms, the data based 
on a sample are shown in italics. In case all the data in a table 
are estimates based on a sample, a headnote for the table indicates 
that the data are estimates based on a sample of farms. Approxi- 
mate measures of the sampling reliability of estimates are given 
in State Tables 18 and 19 for farms reporting and for item totals. 
These measures indicate the general level of sampling reliability 
of the estimates, but do not include adequate allowances for 
sources of error other than sampling variation as, for example, 
errors in original data furnished by farmers. Sources of error 
other than sampling may be relatively more important than 
sampling variation, especially for totals for a State. 

In general, the measures of sampling reliability presented are 
conservative in that they tend to overestimate the variations in 
sample estimates, because ( 1 ) the predicted limits of error do not 
always take fully into consideration that complete data were 



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XXI 



tabulated for all specified farms and (2) the maximum figures in- 
tended to serve for all economic areas were used. Consequently, 
there is a tendency to overestimate the variations in the sample, 
especially for groups with large numbers of farms or for groups 
for which the totals for specified farms represent a high per- 
centage of the item totals. 

Data in State Tables 18 and 19 are given to assist in deter- 
mining the general level of sampling reliability of estimated 
totals. In State Table 19 a list of the items is given and the 
level of sampling reliability as shown in State Table 18 is indi- 
cated. By referring to State Table 18 in the column for the level 
of sampling reliability designated in State Table 19, the sampling 
error according to the number of farms reporting may be obtained. 
For farms reporting, the indicated level of sampling is level 1. 
State Table 18 shows percentage limits such that the chances 
are about 08 in 100 that the difference between the estimates 
based on the sample and the figure that would have been obtained 
from a tabulation for all farms would be approximately within 
the limit specified. However, the chances are 99 in 100 that the 
difference would be less than two and one-half times the percent- 
age given in the table. 

The data in State Table IS indicate that when the number 
of farms reporting specified items is small, the Item totals arc 
subject to relatively large sampling errors. Nevertheless, the 
considerable detail for every classification for each item is pre- 
sented to insure maximum usefulness for appraising estimates 
for any combination of items that may be desired. 

Percentage figures and averages derived from the tables will 
generally have greater reliability than the estimated totals; also, 
significant patterns of relationships may sometimes be observed 
even though the individual data are subject to relatively large 
sampling errors. 

The (lata representing estimates based on a sample for the 1950 
Census were obtained in essentially the same way as in 1954 anil 
the same State Tables 18 and 19 may be used to estimate Hie 
sampling errors for the 1950 data. 

Differences in data presented by counties and by State economic 
areas. — In many cases, 'lata presented by State economic areas 
were estimated on the basis of tabulations for a sample of farms, 
while most of the data presented by counties were obtained by 
the tabulation of data for all farms in the county. However, 
data for the number of farms classified by type of farm and 
economic class of farm, and for the use of fertilizer and lime, 
farm expenditures, farm labor, farm facilities, farm equipment, 
and value of land and buildings were estimated for each county 
on the basis of the tabulation of data for a sample of farms 
in ench county. The same sample of farms was also used for 
the tabulation of data for these items for State economic anas 
and for the State. In some cases, the totals presented for these 
items for State economic areas or for the State will differ 
slightly, but not significantly, from the totals obtained by adding 
figures for counties in the State economic area or the State. 
As a matter of economy, small adjustments were not made in 
the tabulations when the difference was not large enough to 
affect the usefulness or reliability of the data. 

Classification of Farms 
The classifications of farms by color and tenure of operator, 

economic class of farm, and type of farm were made on the basis 
of visual inspection of each questionnaire during the office 
processing. 

The classification for color and tenure of operator was made for 
all farms, while the classifications by economic class and by type of 
farm were made for only a sample of farms. The classification 
of farms by size was made for all farms by means of electric 
tabulating equipment. 

Farms by size. — Farms were classified by size according to the 
total land area of each farm. The same classification was used 
for all States. 



In analyzing size-of-farm statistics, consideration should be 
given to the definition of a farm for census purposes. Census 
farms are essentially operating units, not ownership tracts. If 
a landlord has croppers or other tenants, the land assigned each 
cropper or tenant is a separate farm even though the landlord 
may operate the entire holding essentially as one farm in respect 
to supervision, equipment, rotation practices, purchase of sup- 
plies, or sale of products. 

In some parts of the South a special questionnaire, the Land- 
lord-Tenant Questionnaire, was used to obtain statistics for such 
multiple units. The statistics for multiple units will be pub- 
lished in Volume III, Part 1. 

Farms by tennre of operator. — Farm operators are classified ac- 
cording to the tenure under which they hold their land on the 
basis of the replies to the inquiries on total land owned, total land 
rented from others, total land managed for others, and land rented 
to others. The basis of classification by tenure is, in general, the 
same for the 1954 as for the 1950 Census. In 1950, for an opera- 
tor who owned land and rented land from others, there was no 
way to determine whether land rented to others represented land 
owned by the operator or land rented by the operator from others ; 
therefore, such an operator was classified as a part owner. In 
1945 and earlier, full owners, part owners, and tenants were classi- 
fied on the basis of the land retained. Under this earlier classi- 
fication a part owner who sublets to others all the land he rents 
from others would have been classified as a full owner ; a part 
owner who rents to others all the land he owns would have been 
classified as a tennnt. In 1954, the acreage of owned land that 
was rented to others was obtained for the first time. Thus, it was 
possible to classify a farm operator who owned land and rented 
land from others as a full owner, part owner, or tenant according 
to the ownership or rental of the land he retained. 

Full owners own land but do not retain any land rented from 

others. 

Part owners own land and rent land from others. 

Managers operate farms for others and are paid a wage or sal- 
ary for their services. Persons acting merely as caretakers 
or hired as laborers are not classified as managers. If a farm 
operator managed land for others and also operated land on 
his own account, the lnnd operated on his own account was 
considered as one farm and the land managed for others as a 
second farm. If a farm operator managed land for two or more 
employers all the land managed was considered one farm. 
Tenants rent from others or work on shares for others all the 
land they operate. Tenants are further classified on the basis 
of their rental arrangement as follows : 

Cash tenants pay cash as rent, such as $10 an acre or $1,000 
for the use of the farm. 

8hare— cash tenants pay a part of the rent in cash and a part 
as a share of the crops or of the livestock or livestock products. 

Share tenants pay a share of either the crops or livestock or 
livestock products, or a share of both. 

Crop-share tenants pay only a share of the crops. 
Croppers are crop-share tenants whose landlords furnish all 
work power. The landlords either furnish all the work animals 
or furnish tractor power in lieu of work animals. Croppers 
usually work under the close supervision of the landowners, or 
their agents, or another farm operator, and the land assigned 
them is often merely a part of a larger enterprise operated as a 
single unit. 

Livestock-share tenants pay a share of the livestock or live- 
stock products. They may or may not also pay a share of the 
crops. 

Other tenants include those who pay a fixed quantity of any 
product ; those who pay tnxes, keep up the land and buildings, 
or keep the landlord in exchange for the use of the land ; those 
who have the use of the land rent free ; and others who could 
not be included in one of the other specified subclasses. 

Unspecified tenants include those tenants for whom the rental 
arrangement was not reported. 

For earlier censuses, the definition for each subclass of tenant 
is essentially the same as for 1954. However, in 1945 the 
enumerator was asked to determine the subclass of tenants, 
while in 1954, 1950, 1940, and earlier censuses the classification 
was made during the processing of the questionnaires on the 
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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1954 



procedure for 1945 may have affected the comparability of the 
data, particularly those for cash tenants and share-cash 
tenants. 

Farms by color or race of operator. — Farm operators are classi- 
fied by color as "white" and "nonwhite." Nonwhite includes 
Negroes, Indians, Chinese, Japanese, and all other nonwhite 
races. 

Farms by economic class. — A classification of farms by economic 
class was made for the purpose of segregating groups of farms 
that are somewhat alike in their characteristics and size of 
operation. This classification was made in order to present an 
accurate description of the farms in each class and in order to 
provide basic data for an analysis of the organization of agricul- 
ture. Only the farms in the sample were classified by economic 
class. The totals given in the tables represent estimates for all 
farms based on tabulations of the data for the farms included in 
the sample. 

The classification of farms by economic class was made on the 
basis of three factors; namely, total value of all farm products 
sold, number of days the farm operator worked off the farm, 
and the relationship of the income received from nonfarm sources 
by the operator and members of his family to the value of all 
farm products sold. Farms operated by institutions, experiment 
stations, grazing associations, and community projects were clas- 
sified as abnormal, regardless of any of the three factors. 

For the purpose of determining the code for economic class and 
type of farm, it was necessary to obtain the total value of farm 
products sold as well as the value of some individual products 
sold. 

The total value of farm products sold was obtained by adding 
the reported or estimated values for all products sold from the 
farm. The value of livestock, livestock products except wool 
and mohair, vegetables, nursery and greenhouse products, and 
forest products was obtained by the enumerator from the farm 
operator for each farm. The enumerator also obtained from the 
farm operator the quantity sold for corn, sorghums, small grains, 
hays, and small fruits. The value of sales for these crops was 
obtained by multiplying the quantity sold by State average prices. 

The quantity sold was estimated for all other farm products. 
The entire quantity produced for wool, mohair, cotton, tobacco, 
sugar beets for sugar, sugarcane for sugar, broomcorn, hops, and 
mint for oil was estimated as sold. If the estimated value of the 
quantity sold for any other crop was .$100 or more, the entire 
quantity harvested was estimated as sold. To obtain the value 
of each product sold, the quantity sold was multiplied by State 
average prices. 

In making the classification of farms by economic class, farms 
were grouped into two major groups, namely, commercial farms 
and other farms. In general, all farms with a value of sales of 
farm products amounting to $1,200 or more were classified as 
commercial. Farms with a value of sales of $250 to $1,199 were 
classified as commercial only if the farm operator worked off the 
farm less than 100 days or if the income of the farm operator 
and members of his family received from nonfarm sources was 
less than the total value of all farm products sold. The remaining 
farms with gross income of $250-$l,199 and farms with a value 
of sales of all farm products of less than $250, as well as farms 
operated by institutions, experiment stations, grazing associa- 
tions and community projects were classified as "other farms." 

Commercial farms were divided into six groups on the basis 

of the total value of all farm products sold, as follows : 

„, , , Value of farm 

Class of farm products sold 

I $25,000 or more 

II 10,000 to $24,999 

III 5, 000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4.999 

1, 200 to 2, 499 

*250 to 1, 199 



V. 
VI 



•Provided the farm operator worked off the farm less than 100 davs 
or provided the income the farm operator and members of his family 
revived from nonfarm sources was less than the value of all farm 



products sold. 



Other farms have been grouped into three classes as follows : 

Part-time farms. — Farms with a value of sales of farm 
products of $250 to $1,199 were classified as part time if the 
farm operator reported (a) 100 or more days of work off the 
farm in 1954, or (b) the nonfarm income received by him and 
members of his family was greater than the value of farm 
products sold. 

Residential farms.— Residential farms include all farms ex- 
cept abnormal farms with a total value of sales of farm prod- 
ucts of less than $250. Some of these represent farms on which 
the operator worked off the farm more than 100 days in 1954. 
Some represent farms on which the income from nonfarm 
sources was greater than the value of sales of agricultural 
products. Others represent subsistence and marginal farms 
of various kinds. Some farms are included here which, if the 
classification were based on farm production for more than 
1 year, might have qualified as commercial farms. 

Abnormal farms. — Insofar as it was possible to identify them, 
abnormal farms include public and private institutional farms, 
community enterprises, experiment-station farms, grazing asso- 
ciations, etc. 

Farms by type. — The classification of farms by type was made 
on the basis of the relationship of the value of sales from a par- 
ticular source or sources to the total value of all farm products 
sold from the farm. In some cases, the type of farm was de- 
termined on the basis of the sale of an individual farm product, 
such as cotton, or on the basis of closely related products, such 
as dairy products. In other cases, the type was determined on 
the basis of sales of a broader group of products such as corn, 
sorghums, all small grains, field peas, field beans, cowpeas, and 
soybeaus. Part-time, residential, and abnormal farms were not 
classified by type. In order to be classified as a particular type, 
sales or anticipated sales of a product or a group of products had 
to represent 50 percent or more of the total value of products 
sold. 

Only the farms in the sample were classified by type. The 
data given in this report by type of farm relate only to commercial 
farms. 

The types of farms for which data are shown, together with 
the product or group of products on which the classification is 
based, are : 

Product or group of products amounting 
to 50 percent or more of the value of all 
Type of farm farm products sold 

Cotton Cotton. 

Cash-grain Corn, sorghum, small grains, field peas, 

field beans, cowpeas, and soybeans. 

Other field-crop Peanuts, Irish potatoes, sweetpotatoes, 

tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beets for 
sugar, and other miscellaneous crops. 

Vegetable Vegetables. 

Fruit-and-nut Berries and other small fruits, and tree 

fruits, grapes, and nuts. 

Dairy Milk and other dairy products. The cri- 
terion of 50 percent of the total sales 
was modified in the case ' of dairy 
farms. A farm for which the value of 
sales of dairy products represented 
less than 50 percent of the total value 
of farm products sold was classified as 
a dairy farm if — 

(a) Milk and other dairy products 
accounted for 30 percent or more 
of the total value of products sold, 
and 

(b) Milk cows represented 50 per- 
cent or more of all cows, and 

(c) Sales of dairy products, to- 
gether with the sales of cattle and 
calves, amounted to 50 percent or 
more of the total value of farm 
products sold. 

Poultry Chickens, eggs, turkeys, and other poul- 
try products. 

Livestock farms other Cattle, calves, hogs, sheep, goats, wool, 
than dairy and poul- and mohair, provided the farm did not 
try. qualify as a dairy farm. 



INTRODUCTION 



XXIII 



Product or group of products amounting 
to 50 percent or more of the value of all 
Type of farm farm products sold — Continued 

General Farms were classified as general when 

the value of products from one source 
or group of sources did not represent 
as much as 50 percent of the total 
value of all farm products sold. 
Separate figures are given for three 
kinds of general farms : 
(a) Primarily crop. 

Primarily livestock. 
rop and livestock. 
Primarily crop farms are those for 
which the sale of one of the following 
crops or groups of crops — vegetables, 
fruits and nuts, cotton, cash grains, 
or other field crops — did not amount 
tn 50 percent or more of the value of 
all farm products sold, but for which 
tlic value of sales for all these groups 
of crops represented 70 percent or 
more of the value of all farm products 
sold. 
Primarily livestock farms are those 
which could not qualify as dairy 
farms, poultry farms, or livestock 
farms other than dairy and poultry, 
but on which the sale of livestock and 
poultry and livestock and poultry 
products amounted to 70 percent or 
mi ire of the value of all farm products 
sold. 
General crop and livestock farms are 
those which could not be classified as 
either crop farms or livestock farms, 
but on which the sale of all crops 
aim. tinted to at least 30 percent but 
less than 70 percent of the total value 
of all farm products sold. 

Miscellaneous This group of farms includes those that 

bad 60 percent or more of the total 
value of products accounted for by 
sale of horticultural products, or sale 
of horses, nr sale of forest products, 
The classification of farms by type of farm for the 19. r )4 Census 
was made on essentially the same basis as that for the l'.i.io 
Census. In 1950, miscellaneous farms Included those that had 
o0 percent or more of the total value of products accounted fur 
by the sale of fur animals, nr the sale nf bees and honey, in addi- 
tion to the items included in the 1954 classification. 

Value of farm products sold. — Data on the value of farm 
products sold were obtained fur 1954 by either of two methods. 
First, the values of livestock sold alive, poultry, poultry products, 
vegetables harvested for sale, nursery and greenhouse products. 
forest products, and all livestock products, except wool and mo- 
bair. were obtained during the enumeration by asking the farm 
operator the value Of sales. 

Second, the values of all oilier agricultural products sold were 
estimated for each county. During the enumeration, the quantity 
s.,1.1 was obtained for each farm, for corn for grain, sorghums 
for grain or forage, small grains, bays, and for all small fruits 
and berries. For all other crops, the quantity sold was esti- 
mated for each county. For the purpose of computing value of 
farm products sold, it was assumed that the entire quantity har- 
vested, or reported, was sold for the following crops: 



Strawberries 
Blackberries 

I lew berries 

Raspberries 

Blueberries 

Boysenberries 

Loganberries 

Youngberries 

Cranberries 

Currants 

Gooseberries 

Elderberries 

Other berries 

Apples 

Peaches (except in selected 
States where the proportion 
of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 



Clingstone i>eacbes (except in 
a few States where the pro- 
portion of the crop culled 
was considerable) 

Pears 

Cherries 

Plums and prunes 

Plums (except in selected 
States where the proportion 
of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 

Primes (except in selected 
States where the proportion 
of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 

Apricots 

Avocados (except in selected 
States where the proportion 



of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 

Figs 

Mangoes 

Nectarines 

Olives 

Grapes 

Bananas 

Dates 

Guavas 

Japanese persimmons 

Jujubes 

1'apayas 

Pineapples 

Pomegranates 

Quinces 

Sapodillas 

Soursops 

Sugar apples 

Loquats 

Other tree fruits 

Tung nuts 

Walnuts (English or Persian) 

Almonds 

Filberts and hazelnuts 

Black walnuts 

Chestnuts 

CiH-onuts 

Other nuts 

Oranges 

Tangerines, mandarins, sat- 
sumas (except in selected 
States where the proportion 

The quantity sold was estimated for the following crops on the 
basis of crop-disposition data published by the Agricultural 
.Marketing Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture: 



of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 

Temple oranges 

Valencia oranges (except in 
selected States where the 
proportion of the crop culled 
was considerable) 

Navel oranges (except in se- 
lected States where the pro- 
portion of the crop culled 
was considerable) 

Other oranges (except in se- 
lected States where the pro- 
portion of the crop culled 
was considerable) 

Grapefruit (except in selected 
States where the proportion 
of the crop culled was con- 
siderable) 

Lemons 

Limes 

Tangeloes 

Kumquats 

Citrons 

Limequats 

Other citrus fruits 

Cotton 

Popcorn 

Sugar beets for sugar 

Broomcorn 

Sugarcane for sugar 

Tobacco 



Alfalfa seed 
Red clover seed 
Lespedeza seed 
Sweetclover seed 
Timothy seed 
A Is ike seed 
Soybeans for beans 



Cowpeas for dry peas 

Peanuts for nuts 

Dry field beans 

Sugarcane and sorghum for 

sirup 
Maple sugar 
Maple sirup 

In the case of Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes, the quantity 
sold was estimated after making allowance for home use, on the 
basis of data mi the disposition of these crops as published by 
the Agricultural Marketing Service of the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture. 

The quantity sold for the following miscellaneous crops was 
estimated on the basis of the reported quantity or value of sales 
for the 1954 ( !ensus or on the basis of the quantity sold as shown 
for the 1950 < 'ensus : 



Soybeans for hay 

Cowpeas for hay 

Peanuts for hay 

Vel vet beans 

Angelica 

Anise (except for oil ) 

Arnica 

Artemisia 

Basil 

Belladonna 

Bloodroot 

Borage 

Buhach 

Burnet 

Cascara bark 

Carambola 

Cassava 

Castor beans 

Chicory 

Chufas 

Coriander 

Dikon 

Dill for oil 

Fennel seed 

Fejou 

Flax for fiber 

Foxglove 

(Jinseng 

Gobbe 

Golden seal 



Guar 

Hemp for fiber 
Hemp for seed 
Jabotleaba 
Kud/u crowns 
Lemon balm 
Lltchl nuts 
Mint for oil 
Olticica nut 
Ramie for fiber 

Rape seed 

Roselle 

Safllower 

Sesame for oil 

Sorrel 

Sugar beet seed 

Sunflower seed 

Sweet corn for seed 

Teosinte 

Vetiver 

Wormseed oil 
Lentils 
Other grains 
Grass silage 
Other clover seed 
Hubam clover 
Mammoth clover 
Persian clover 
Sour clover 
Orotalaria seed 



XXIV 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1954 



Indigo, hairy seed Other seed 

Meadow foxtail Sesbania 

Fescue grass Sheep fescue 

Rhodes grass 

The estimated value of all crops sold, except vegetables har- 
vested for sale, nursery and greenhouse products, and forest prod- 
ucts, was obtained by multiplying the estimated quantity sold by 
the State average price. The State average prices were obtained 
by the Agricultural Marketing Service of the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture. 

In the case of miscellaneous crops listed above, the average 
prices have been determined on the basis of reports of quantity 
sold and value of sales obtained In the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

For the 1950 Census, the value of all farm products sold was 
obtained by inquiry of each farm operator during the enumera- 
tion. In that census, inquiries were made regarding the value 
of farm products sold for a maximum of 46 individual farm prod- 
ucts or groups of farm products. In most cases, the quantity sold 
for the individual farm product was obtained together with the 
value of sales. The total value of farm products sold for 1950 
includes the value of several farm products not included in the 
figures for 1954 — butter, cheese, skim milk, bees, honey, corn fod- 
der, corn silage, and grain straw, and receipts from the rental of 
pasture. 

Data for the sales of farm products represent total sales for 
the entire farm, regardless of who shared in the receipts. The 
landlord's share of crops and livestock sold and also the livestock 



which the landlord took from the tenant farm to his own place 
were considered as sales from the tenant farm. Sales of crops 
grown on a contract basis, of livestock fed on a contract basis, or 
of poultry raised under a contract with a feed dealer or others, 
were included as sales from the farm. 

The data on sales cover one year's operation. The sales of 
crops represent the sales of crops before the enumeration as well 
as those yet to be sold at the time of the enumeration. Corn, 
cotton, and other commodities under loan were to be considered 
as sold at loan prices. Livestock sales are for the calendar 
year regardless of when the livestock were raised or produced. 
Most livestock products are sold at the time they are produced. 
It was assumed that all wool and mohair shorn or clipped in 
1954 was sold. 

The value of farm products sold does not include government 
payments for soil conservation, lime and fertilizer furnished, and 
subsidy payments. 

When obtaining the value of the farm products sold from farm 
operators, the enumerators were instructed to report the gross 
value without making deductions of any kind. These instruc- 
tions, however, were not always followed. In the case of milk, 
poultry, eggs, etc., deductions were often made by buyers of farm 
products for hauling, handling, marketing, etc., before making 
payments to farmers. In such cases, farm operators often con- 
sidered the amount of the check received as the gross value of 
the farm products sold. 



KENTUCKY 
Chapter A 

STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



(i) 



KENTUCKY 



State Table l.-FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 

[Data in italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations. 



Approximate land area (see text) acres.. 

Proportion In farms percent.. 

Land in farna acres.. 

Average size of farm acres. . 

Value of laad aod buildings 

Average per farm dollars. . 

Average per acre dollars.. 

Land in farns according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting. . 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting.. 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting.. 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting.. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting.. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting.. 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting.. 

200 acres and over farms reporting.. 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting.. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting.. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting.. 

Cropland used only for pasture 3 farms reporting.. 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured. . .farms reporting.. 

Cropland used only for crops not 
harvested and not pastured farms reporting.. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting.. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting.. 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting.. 

Other pasture (not cropland and not 
woodland) 3 farms reporting.. 

Other land (house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting.. 

Cropland, total 3 farms reporting.. 

Land pastured, total farms reporting.. 

Woodland, total farms reporting.. 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting.. 



193,487 
25,512, 960 

70.7 
18,034,380 

93.2 

8.081 
92.08 

175,113 

4,541,381 

71,227 

36,725 

21,653 

22,005 

16,419 

5,369 

1,715 

1,542 

142 

31 

122,037 

4,879,874 

50,737 

l,033,93e 

12,861 
199,469 
42,579 
834,469 
63, 376 
1,762,236 
75,284 
3,087,996 

45,678 
1,759,403 

169,407 

969,552 

188,596 

10,455,193 

154,519 

8,401,513 

116,748 

4,850,232 

1,226 

13,434 



218,476 
25,512,960 

76.2 
19,441,774 

89.0 

7,li8 
80. 77 

198,061 

5,053,682 

72,695 

45,239 

27,877 

27,214 

18,087 

5,321 

1,628 

I.45C 

159 

19 

149, 537 

5,265,003 

61,691 

1,282,243 

(MA) 
(MA) 

(NA) 

(MA) 

66,307 

1,609,178 

91,230 

3,294,119 

52,645 
1,696,363 

194,403 

1,241,186 

212,356 

11,600,928 

181,997 

8,570,544 

129,587 

4,903,297 

67 



238,501 

25,699,760 

76.8 

19,724,834 

82.7 

4,259 
51.50 

224, 567 

5,322,477 

88,368 

50,124 

30,330 

29,757 

19,257 

5,365 

1,366 

1,255 

96 

15 

133,086 

(NA) 
1,039,034 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

50,896 

1,172,396 

103,884 

3,352,832 

107,484 
3,683,144 

212,868 
1,116,576 

232,994 
10,399,886 

199, 102 
8,893,915 

130,247 
4,525,228 



252,894 

25,699,760 

79.1 

20,294,016 

50.2 

3,070 
38.26 

240, 357 

5,271,623 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

189,021 

6,703,335 

(NA) 

1,237,670 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

£•») 

(•») 

251,523 

13,212,628 

(NA) 

(NA) 

148,881 

4,592,204 

46 



2,229 
29.97 

267,135 

5,418,065 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

181,786 

5,686,996 

(NA) 

1,455,435 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



111,309 
3,752,328 

48,853 
1,153,786 

248,062 
1,562,982 

(NA) 
12,560,496 

(NA) 
8,509,700 

(NA) 
5,421,246 

(NA) 

(NA) 



246,499 

25,715,840 

77.5 

19,927,286 

80.8 

3,535 
43.73 

227,535 

5,330,821 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

167,016 

5,394,648 

(NA) 

1,596,094 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

57,993 

1,402,831 

96,309 

3,393,795 

46,775 
1,322,477 

183,240 

1,486,620 

(NA) 

12,321,563 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4,796,626 

(NA) 

(NA) 



258,524 
25,715,840 

77.4 
19,913,104 

77.0 

3,278 
42.56 

(NA) 

5,183,702 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

158,. 

5,500,897 

(NA) 

. 1,1 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

47,039 

1,207,516 

100,458 

3,627,902 

38,163 
1,038,019 

(NA) 

1,711,397 

(NA) 

12,328,270 

(MA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



••Available data not comparable. 

NA Not available. 

l For the Census of 1954, in the calendar year; all other censuses, in the calendar year preceding the 

a Total acreage of crops for which figures are available, except that corn cut for forage was excluded 
vested for grain. 

3 Total cropland, cropland used only for pasture, and other pasture not fully comparable for the varloua 
only for pasture. See text. 

*50 to 99 acres. 

'100 to 259 acres. 

Total cropland, cropland used only for pasture, and other pasture not fully comparable for the various 
for pasture. See text. 



t of this acreage was probably duplicated in the acreage i 
yeara because of differences in definition of c: 



years because of differences In definition of cropland used only 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 2.-FAKMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 

[Data for 1950 are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanatio 



Census of — 



All farms number 

Under 10 acres number 

Under 3 acres number 

3 to 9 acres number 

10 to 29 acres number 

30 to 49 acres number 

50 to 69 acres number 

70 to 99 acres number 

100 to 139 acres number 

140 to 179 acres number 

180 to 219 acres number 

220 to 259 acres number 

260 to 499 acres number 

500 to 999 acres number 

1 ,000 acres and over number 

Land in faras acres 

Average size of farms aores 

Under 10 acres acres 

10 to 29 acres acres 

30 to 49 acres acres 

50 to 69 acres acres 

70 to 99 acres seres 

100 to 139 acres acres 

1A0 to 179 acres acres 

180 to 219 acres acres 

220 to 259 acres acres 

260 to 499 acres acres 

500 to 999 acres acres 

1,000 acres and over acres 

Lund in farna according to use: 1 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 

Under 10 acres farms reporting 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting 

Cropland naed oaly for pasture 6 farms reporting 

Under 10 acres farms reporting 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting 

See footnotes at end of table. 



193,487 
25,239 
4,989 
20,250 
31,633 
24,166 
22,765 
26,109 
25,007 
13, 882 
8,517 
4,313 



458 

18,034,380 

93.2 

117,183 

572,697 

925,903 

1,320,119 

2,163,293 

2,884,313 

2,175,206 

1,679,955 

1,144,253 

3,008,477 

1,300,634 

742, 341 



20,128 

61,925 

27,065 
222,149 

21,494 
246,849 

20,866 
322,599 

24,445 
525,777 

23,864 
709,903 

13,386 

524,414 

8,209 

- .'. 3 18 

4,656 
284,755 

8,611 
749,498 

1,941 

327,174 

448 

163,940 



5,489 
16,487 
14,525 

125,619 
15,383 

244,171 
16,195 

365,535 

19,678 

616,894 

19, 543 

829,510 

11,080 

613,447 

6,857 

464,554 

3,932 

309,413 

7,325 

812,953 

1,659 

324,737 

371 

156,554 



218,237 
24,173 
2,815 
21, 358 
37,764 
28,803 
27,731 
30,321 
29,146 
15,184 
9,211 
4,844 
8,721 



89.5 

127,443 

674, 539 

1,105,817 

1,604,490 

2,500,400 

3,346,895 

2,371,776 

-. •' . ' ' 

1,151,157 

2,952,822 

1,249,631 

633,359 



17,203 
55,750 
32,168 

257,419 
26,407 

322,129 
25,860 

435,755 

29,086 
661,247 

28,310 
869,107 

14,747 

594,870 

8,910 

448,477 

4,729 
289,647 

8,498 
751,069 

1,849 

304,448 

384 

136,894 



7,500 

24,150 

19,493 

165,305 

20,350 

i :,.''■ ' 

21,045 

442,195 

24,181 

706,175 

23,956 

931,159 

12,523 

652,364 

7,833 

503,208 

4,158 

319,334 

7,292 

764,572 

1,651 

331,213 

336 

149,024 



238,501 
31,876 

4,061 
27,815 
41,774 
31,022 
30, 387 
31,667 
31,828 
15,852 

9,432 

4,596 
'. ' " 

1,689 
342 

19,724,834 

82.7 

153,441 

737, 507 

1,175,370 

1,736,258 

2,588,118 

3,598,669 

2,472,911 

1,862,170 

1,093,432 

2,686,222 

1,070,607 

550,129 



27,514 

79,653 

38,317 
317,475 

29,222 
365,522 

29,028 
486,617 

30,536 
711,852 

30,949 
938,079 

15,427 

633,743 

9,211 

454,362 

4,501 
285,200 

7,869 
677,128 

1,659 

258,569 

334 

114,277 



(NA) 
19,250 

(NA) 
130,226 

(NA) 
249,361 

(NA) 
374,624 

(NA) 
570, 522 

(NA) 
771,864 

(NA) 
516, 571 

(NA) 
377,705 

(NA) 
222,263 

(NA) 
52( ,"' 

(NA) 
194,559 

(NA) 
84,764 



252,894 
31,063 
552 
30,511 
50,252 
33,800 
32,105 
33, 593 
32,490 
15,902 
9,100 
4,597 
8,018 
1,594 



80.2 

172,309 

882,928 

1,279,722 

1,840,153 

2,753,741 

3,691,594 

2,481,316 

1,792,751 

1,094,194 

2,684,445 

1,007,841 

613,022 



27,014 

95,726 

46,344 
402,122 

32,271 
413,492 

31,082 
522,925 

32,831 
734,976 

31,844 
917,466 

15,626 

593,083 

8,963 

409,948 

4,545 



614,224 

1,568 

219,019 



(NA) 
28,887 

(NA) 
222,715 

(NA) 
388,663 

(NA) 
586,710 

(NA) 
929,119 

(NA) 
1,263,718 

(NA) 
855,977 

(NA) 
618,307 

(NA) 
387, 393 

(NA) 
937,156 

(NA) 
314,050 

(NA) 
170,640 



.-■■■', .■■'■> 
36, 578 
649 
35,929 
61,918 
37,926 
34,906 
35,534 
32,718 
15,921 
8,931 
4,352 
7,656 
1,525 



74.4 

210,251 

1,085,217 

1,438,964 

1,998,483 

2,910,361 

3,711,959 

2,481,916 

1,759,642 

1,033,506 

2,555,412 

969,525 

543,274 



(NA) 
141,249 

(NA) 
607,500 

(NA) 
■■ , •! 

(NA) 
580,049 

(NA) 
772,457 

(NA) 
892,482 

(NA) 
559,283 

(NA) 
379,523 

(NA) 
226,463 

(NA) 
526,331 

(NA) 
173,143 

(NA) 
51,175 



(NA) 
22,798 

(NA) 
197,999 

(NA) 
359,107 

(NA) 

(NA) 
808,370 

(NA) 
1,046,048 

(NA) 
711,971 

(NA) 
507,033 

(NA) 
316,473 

(NA) 
782,905 

(NA) 
286,707 

(NA) 
118,876 



246,499 
21,368 



•,437 

1,407 



123,203 
2,226,687 



2,470,503 
887,988 
473,125 



(NA) 

(NA) 

'1,360,599 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'2,185,464 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

534,820 
(NA) 

168,005 

(NA) 

62,576 



(NA) 
23,467 

, (NA) 
3 531, 357 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

'1,258,685 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'2,492,552 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
701,608 

(NA) 
259,543 

(NA) 
127,436 



258,524 
25,519 



24,993 
93,573 



7,073 

1,428 

289 

19,913,104 

77.0 
145,157 

2,386,298 



2,356,361 
905,182 
503,023 



(NA) 
103,429 

(NA) 
'1,177,462 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'1,326,481 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

'1,960,758 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

443,392 

(NA) 

135,661 



(NA) 
(HA) 
(MA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
I HA > 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



KENTUCKY 5 

State Table 2.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



(For definitio 



sxf'-l 



text) 



1925 1920 
(January l) (January 1) 



Land in farms according to one 1 — Continued 
Cropland Dot harveated and 
not pastured farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

Cropland uard ooly for cropa 
not harvested and not pastured. .. farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acreo farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 



1,018 
30,675 



6,513 
141,984 

3,591 
97,495 



34,070 
16,344 



2,823 
7,355 
7,245 
50,925 
8,047 
58,627 
9,121 
132,220 



10,132 
233,099 

5,466 
159,027 



69,171 

3,203 
166,854 



■ ■• 



(NA) 

1,039,034 

(NA) 

5,912 

(NA) 

35,466 

(NA) 

68,009 

(NA) 

(NA) 

148,214 

(NA) 

197,431 

(NA) 

137,050 

(NA) 

98,722 

(NA) 

51,833 

(NA) 

130,967 

(NA) 

45,154 

(NA) 

18,276 



(NA) 

1,237.670 

(NA) 

10,789 

(NA) 

58,951 

(NA) 

95,032 

(NA) 

130,251 

(NA) 

188,650 

(NA) 

237,694 

(NA) 

149,288 

(NA) 

101,222 

(NA) 

61, 816 

(NA) 

137,619 

(NA) 

47,400 

(NA) 

18,958 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
6,324 
(NJL) 
53, 389 
(NA) 
107,171 



(NA) 
237,18 

(NA) 
288,730 

(NA) 
186,468 

(NA) 
126,291 

(NA) 
69,040 

(NA) 
157,492 

(NA) 
47,079 

(NA) 
16,831 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



See footnotes at end of table 



6 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 2.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



[Data for 1950 are 



eports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 

Land in faras according to use 1 — Continued 

Woodland pastured farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1.000 acres and over farms reporting. 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reportlnr 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

Other pasture (not cropland and 
not woodland ) 6 farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1954 1950 1945 1940 1935 1930 1925 1920 

(November) (April 1) (January l) (April 1) (January 1) (April l) (January l) (January l) 



126,638 

210 

64,499 



4,996 
572,978 

1,194 
303,564 

288 
212,324 



4,778 
40,673 

5,238 
79, 591 

5,847 



117,493 

164 

85,176 



7,630 
79,490 
9,110 



12,421 

278,293 

7,126 
214,315 



2,241 

95,542 

4,201 

251,593 

890 



3,295,518 

1,325 

4,070 

8,045 

56,100 

11,986 

144,932 

13,615 

229, 300 

15,890 

362,220 

16, 327 

519, 832 



5,475 
318,145 

2,911 
203, 765 



3,193 

168,135 
1,727 

107,446 
3,023 

258,393 



50,896 

1,172,396 

(NA) 

1,905 

(NA) 

23,163 

(NA) 

53,496 

(NA) 

90,668 

(NA) 

140,814 

(NA) 

210, 889 

(NA) 

152,796 

(NA) 

126,270 

(NA) 

69,220 

(NA) 

181,657 

(NA) 

75,033 

(NA) 

46,485 

103,884 

3,352,832 

(NA) 

3,414 

(NA) 
58,468 

(NA) 
156,686 

(NA) 
262,764 

(NA) 
377,659 

(NA) 
581,529 

(NA) 
420,934 

(NA) 
346,811 

(NA) 
200,257 

(NA) 
537, 577 

(NA) 
287,786 

(NA) 
118,947 



107,484 

3,683,144 

(NA) 

16,295 

(NA) 

114,836 

(NA) 

207, 398 

(NA) 
316,029 



(NA) 
473,697 

(NA) 
359,180 

(NA) 
206,739 

(NA) 
505,926 

(NA) 
166,266 

(NA) 
140,695 



48,853 

1,153,786 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



47,039 
1,207,516 

(NA) 
(NA) 



KENTUCKY 7 

State Table 2.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE. BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 

[Data for 1950 are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



1930 

(April : 



1925 1920 
(January l) (January 1) 



Land in farns according to ose — C 

Other pasture (not cropland and 

Improved pasture (see text). 

Under 10 acres 

10 to 29 acres 

30 to 49 acres 

50 to 69 acres 

70 to 99 acres 

100 to 139 acres 

140 to 179 acres 

180 to 219 acres 

220 to 259 acres 

260 to 499 acres 

500 to 999 acres 

1,000 acres and over 

Cropland, total 6 

Under 10 acres 

10 to 29 acres 

30 to 49 acres 

50 to 69 acres 

70 to 99 acres 

100 to 139 acres 

140 to 179 acres 

180 to 219 acres 

220 to 259 acres 

260 to 499 acres 

500 to 999 acres 

1,000 acres and over 

I 'iriil pastured, total 

Under 10 acres 

10 to 29 acres 

30 to 49 acres 

50 to 69 acres 

70 to 99 acres 

100 to 139 acres 

140 to 179 acres 

180 to 219 acres 

220 to 259 acres 

260 to 499 acres 

500 to 999 acres 

1,000 acres and over 



■oodland , 6 — Continued 
..farms reporting. 

..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 

.farms reporting. 
..farms reporting. 

.farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

.farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

.farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 

•farms reporting. 



25,871 
1,290,195 

24,841 
1,715,130 



20,339 
406,618 

20,689 
615,745 



23,883 

1,398,260 

13,422 

1,064,375 

8,262 

817,561 

4,694 

546,797 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

[NA] 



4,819 
678, 152 

8,673 
1,682,495 



25,270 
468, 860 

25,581 
698, 195 



28,151 
1,512,677 

14,658 
1,079,294 

8,971 
832,083 

4,769 
522,322 



232,994 

10,399,886 
29, 507 

104,815 
40, 396 

483,167 

30,469 
682,892 



559,296 

7,996 

1,334,761 



217,317 

199,102 

8,893,915 

12,969 

37,450 

29,519 
268,225 



28, 586 
781,321 
30,485 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



251,523 
13,212,628 

(NA) 
135,402 

(NA) 
683,788 

(NA) 
897,187 

(NA) 
1,239,8 

(NA) 
1,852,745 

(NA) 
2,418,878 

(NA) 
1,598,348 

(NA) 
1,129,477 

(NA) 
710, 571 

(NA) 
1,688,999 

(NA) 
580,469 

(NA) 
276,878 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
12,560,496 

(NA) 
170,371 

(NA) 
858,888 

(NA) 
974,688 

(NA) 
1,268,190 

(NA) 
1,818,015 

(NA) 
2,227,260 

(NA) 
1,457,722 



(NA) 

611,976 

(NA) 

1,466,728 

(NA) 
506,929 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
12,321,563 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



See footnotes at end of table. 



8 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 2.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 

[Data for 1950 are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations, 



rt) 



I. anil in farms according to use 1 — Continued 

Woodland, total lams reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

1-40 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

Irrigated land in farns farms reporting. 

Under 10 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting. 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting. 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting. 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting. 

220 to 259 ac-es farms reporting. 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting. 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



116, 748 

,850,232 

1,944 

4,949 

11,985 

92,930 

15,232 

213,637 

16,404 

329, 501 

19,992 

542,889 

19,650 

730,857 

11,180 

571,841 

'. •: 

468, 533 

3,944 

316,925 

7,348 

871,145 

1,671 

430,202 

367 



129,458 

,901.720 

2,250 

7,305 

12,440 

92,130 

17,421 

224,422 

19,365 

356,115 

22,651 

565,275 

22,852 

798,125 

12,161 

605,215 

7,467 

478,885 

3,827 

299,307 

. !i 

845,942 

1,546 



130,247 

,525,228 

(MA) 

5,319 

(NA) 
81,631 

(NA) 
210,182 

(NA) 
353,432 

(NA) 
518,473 

(NA) 
792,418 

(NA) 
573,730 

(NA) 
473,081 

(NA) 
269,477 

(NA) 
719,234 

(NA) 
362,819 

(NA) 
165,432 



148,881 

,592,204 

(NA) 

6,295 

(NA) 

93,100 

(NA) 

220, 761 

(NA) 

357,064 

(NA) 

539,542 

(NA) 

(NA) 
560,153 

(NA) 
439,007 

(NA) 
249, 307 

(NA) 
705,675 

(NA) 

, 

(NA) 

299, 179 

46 



(NA) 
5,421,246 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 



(NA) 
,835,418 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



KENTUCKY 



State Table 2.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE ACCORDING TO USE. BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 

I Data for 1950 are based on reports for only 3 sample of farms. Sep text] 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Land in farms accordioir to uae 1 — Continued 

planted to another crop farms reporting 

Under 10 acres farms reporting 

10 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 69 acres farms reporting 

70 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 139 acres farms reporting 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting 

180 to 219 acres farms reporting 

220 to 259 acres farms reporting 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 to 999 acres farms reporting 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting 

Cropland nsed for roa or train cropa 
famed on contour farms reporting 

Under 10 acres farms reporting 

10 to 29 acres f anu 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 69 acres forms reporting 

70 to 99 acres forms reporting 

100 to 139 ocreB forms reporting 

140 to 179 acres farms reporting 

180 to 219 acres forms reporting 

220 to 259 acres forms reporting 

260 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 to 999 acres forms reporting 

1,000 acres and over farms reporting 



6,359 

36,124 

3,931 
26,985 

2,301 
19,104 



3,783 
719 
5,224 
1,136 
10,433 

15,244 

869 

12,782 

12,420 

375 

9,107 

24,564 

224 

11,108 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



available. 'For the Census of 1954, in the calendar year: all other censuses, in the colendor yeor preceding the census. 2 Totol acreage of crops for which 

figures are available, except that com cut for forage wos excluded oa Dost of this acreage was probably duplicated In the acreage of corn harvested for grain. 3 10 to 49 ac 

50 to 99 acres. 5 100 to 259 acres. *Total cropland, cropland used only for pasture, and other pasture not fully comparable for the various census years because of dif- 

ferences in definition of cropland used only for pasture. See text. 



10 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 3.-FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR. CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 



[Data In italics 



reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



Census of — 



ALL FARM OPERATORS 

All fan operators number 

Full owners number 

Part owners number 

Managers .......*...-.....•......••• .number 

All tenants n um b er 

Proportion of tenancy percent 

Cash tenants number 

Share-cash tenants number 

Share tenants number 

Croppers number 

Other and unspecified tenants number 

All land in fans acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants acres 

Cash tenants acres 

Share-cash tenants acres 

Share tenants acres 

Croppers acres 

Other and unspecified tenants .acres 

All cropland harvested acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants acres 

Cash tenan 
Share-caah 
Share tenants acres 

Other and unspecified tenants acres 

Cora harvested for grain acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

All tenants acres 

Cash tenants acres 

Share-cash tenants acres 

Share tenants acres 

Croppers acres 

Other and unspecified tenants acres 

Tobacco harvested acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

All tenants acres 

Cash tenants acres 

Share-cash tenants acres 

Share tenants acres 

Croppers acres 

Other and unspecified tenants acres 

ALL WHITE FARM OPERATORS 

All vhite fan operators number 

Full owners number 

Part owners .number 

Managers number 

All tenants .number 

Proportion of tenancy percent 

Cash tenants .number 

Share-cash tenants number 

Share tenants number 

Croppers number 

Other and unspecified tenants number 

All load i> fans 

Full owners 

Part owners 

All tenants '.'.'.'.'. 

Cash tenants 

Share-cash tenants 

Share tenants ................ 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified tenants 

All eroploai barveatod 

Full owners 

Part owners 

All tenants 

Cash tenants 

Share-caah tenants 

Share tenants 

Other and unspecified tenants 

See footnotes at end of table. 



193, 446 
126.118 
28.523 



5.414 

IS. 076. 502 

U.690.56i 

3.431.015 

238.067 

2.716.856 

189.592 

86.145 

1.563.983 

494.401 

382.735 

4. 575,164 
2.429. 394 
1.160.582 



I. 353, 138 
882.838 
547.380 

li.991 
413.920 

10.995 

10,955 
229,393 
112,430 

50,147 

273.869 
114.640 
59.623 
1.365 
98.241 
867 
4.074 
47.167 
37.300 
8.833 



1.142 
15.460 
12,124 

5.264 

17.902.029 

11,603.911 

3.388.080 

238.067 

2.671.971 

189.527 

84. 760 

1.543.938 

476.806 

376. 940 

4.515.669 
2.411,049 
1.144.652 
63.803 
396. 165 
26.087 
29.237 
532,381 
204,602 



218,476 
143,455 
25,493 



3,553 
1,656 
20,355 
16,391 

7,157 

19,441,774 
12,681,664 

2,851,531 
227,810 

3,680,769 
258,005 
127,813 

2,016,320 
724,706 
553,925 

5,053,682 
2,908,750 
919,518 
61,729 
1,163,685 
40,206 
40,695 
660,398 
290,716 
131,670 



13.027 
512.876 



324.680 
155.879 
51 , 520 
2.178 
US. 103 
1.901 
7.592 



213,583 
141,430 
24,764 



3,535 

1,637 
19,916 
14,861 

7,027 

19,240,750 
12,581,188 

2,814,400 
226,952 

3,618,210 
256,995 
126,896 

1,990,329 
695,398 
548,592 

4,981,807 
2,881,896 
905,481 
61,577 
1,132,853 
39,966 
40,102 
650,735 
272,160 
129,890 



238,501 
159,889 
14,332 



4,692 

19,724,834 

13,457,359 

1,577,507 

220,740 

4,469,228 

639,302 

45,996 

2,590,201 

849,614 

344,115 

5,322,477 

3,304,828 

569,351 

63,215 

1,385,083 
92,967 
16,536 
826,464 
356,173 
92,943 

2.297.827 
1,398,400 
261.049 
11.538 
626,840 
51.910 
8.849 
351,014 
174,548 
40,519 

367, 275 
186.433 
28.805 

1.751 

150.286 
3.722 
1.454 
82. 159 
53. 582 



232,542 
157,247 
13,894 



28,457 
16,184 
4,548 

19,498,898 
13,337,554 
l,55i .'" 
219,385 

-.. 186,; - 

636,791 
44,763 
2,554,676 
810,684 
339,290 

5,242,701 
3,273,430 
560,368 
62,939 
1,345,964 
92,125 
16,209 
813,367 
333,098 
91,165 



252,894 
149,695 
18,909 



13,490 
3,138 
35,043 
23,533 
8,620 

20,294,016 
12,792,862 

1,749,778 
202,836 

5,548,540 



5,271,623 
3,085,214 
567,000 
54, 589 
1,564,820 
134,474 
57,089 
841,446 
418,284 
113,527 

2,480,404 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

361,005 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



247,347 
146,993 
18,447 



13,379 
3,069 
34,512 
22,026 
8,461 

20,053,212 
12,673,239 
1,726,803 

201,338 
5,451,832 

810,803 

164,894 
2,847,172 
1,107,084 

521,879 

5,194,295 
3,055,185 
558,417 
54,255 
1,526,438 
133,710 
55,706 
829,280 
395,932 
111,810 



2 '8,298 
148,985 
25,676 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
33,014 
(•») 

20,698,510 

12,955,729 

1,956,366 

177,603 

5,608,812 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,069,513 

(„) 

5,418,065 

2,872,571 

665,867 

43,423 

1,836,204 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4%, 339 

(*») 

2,838,054 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

296,666 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



270,048 
145,828 
24,781 



36.7 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
30,258 
(«*) 

20,395,289 
12,822,635 

1,921,319 
171,417 

5,479,918 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1,009,022 
(•») 

5,303,358 

2,840,474 

650,305 

42,477 

1,770,102 

(NA) 



246,499 
135,215 
22,188 



(NA) 

(NA) 

30,250 

(«•) 

19,92,7,286 

12,718,042 

1,892,816 

195,901 

5,120,527 

681,452 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,081,056 

(«) 

5,330,821 

3,061,954 

599,388 

48,255 



(NA) 

(NA) 

441,475 

(«) 

2,644,643 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



466,118 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



237,395 
132,160 
21,068 



8,748 
(NA) 
(NA) 
27,134 
(*») 

19,585,453 

12,579,790 

1,847,920 

193,394 

4,964,349 

676,222 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,006,997 

5,199,648 

3,024,702 

581,884 

47,601 

1,545,461 

133,645 

(NA) 

(NA) 

397,375 



258,524 
155,013 
20,429 



7,168 
(NA) 
(NA) 
25,814 
(«*) 

19,913,104 

14,323,641 

1,505,705 

137,200 

3,946,558 

523,092 

(NA) 

(NA) 

754,058 

(») 

5,183,702 

3,062,364 

512,693 

22,732 

1,585,913 

115,258 

(NA) 

(NA) 

441,490 

(») 

2,751,045 

1,798,201 

8,039 
944,805 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

449,140 



691 
215,171 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



247,807 
151,195 
19,293 



7,022 

(NA) 

(NA) 

21,963 

19,550,184 

14,156,014 

1,461,225 

134,701 

3,798,244 

518,050 

(NA) 

(NA) 

675,794 

(NA) 

5,024,921 

3,022,637 

492,406 

21,975 

1,487,903 

113,672 

(NA) 

(NA) 

378,082 

(NA) 



KENTUCKY 



11 



State Table 3.-FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS. BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 -Continued 

(Data In italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text) 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Census of — 



All WHITE FARM OPERATORS— Continued 



»ra barveetea 1 for graia 

Full ouners 

Part ouners 

Managers 

All tenants 

Cash tenants 

Share-cash tenants 

Share tenants 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified te 



Tobacco baxr 

Full oune 
Part oune 
Managers. 



All tenants . 
Cash ' 

Share-cash tenants 

Share tenants 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified tenants. 



ALL NONVHTTE FARM OPERATORS 






.number., 
.number, 
.number, 
•number. 



All ..evh.i 
Full oun 
Part oun 

All tenants number. 

Proportion of tenancy percent. 

Cash tenants number. 

Share-cash tenants .number. 

Share tenants number. 

Croppers • .number. 

Other and unspecified tenants number. 

All lead i. fanu aorea. 

Full ouners acrea. 

Part ouners acres. 



All tenants. 

Share-cash ' 

Share tenants 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified tenants. 



All eraalaaa harveeloa'. 

Full ouners 



Part ouners 

All tenants 

Cash tenants 

Share-cash tenants.... 

Share tenants 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified 

:.r» harvested for graia. . . 

Full ouners 

Part ouners 

Managers 

All tenants 

Cash tenants 

Share-cash tenants... 

Share tenants 



Other and unspecified tenants. 



Tobacco ban 
Full oune 
Part oune 
Managers. 
All 



Cash ' 
Share -cash ' 

Share tenants 

Croppers 

Other and unspecified tenants. 



1.828.056 
873.568 
537.935 
14.998 

101.555 
10.995 
10.700 
225.628 
105.185 
48.747 

265.632 

113.047 
57. 735 
1.365 
93.485 
863 
4.011 
46.084 
33.929 
8.598 



4.177 
1.777 



174.473 
42.935 



1.385 
20.045 
17.595 

5.795 



1S.345 
15.930 



8.355 
13.530 
2.365 

31.080 

9.270 
9.445 



3.765 
6.945 
1.400 

1.593 
1.888 



2.113.594 

1.182.379 

419.095 

12.952 

499.168 
17.852 
14.411 
278.620 
129.499 
58. 786 

315. 743 
153.524 
49. 768 
2.159 
110.292 
1.862 
7.556 
55.210 
35.899 
9.765 



4,893 
2,025 



201,024 
100,476 
37,131 



25,991 
29,308 
5,333 

71,875 
26,854 
14,037 



9,663 
18,556 

1,780 

34,723 
7.670 



8.937 
2.355 
1.752 



- .--. . ■_-: 

1.388.714 

257.827 

11.528 

610.712 
51.568 
8.749 
345.011 
- 
39.979 

355.600 
184.095 
27.844 
1.748 
141.913 
3.672 
1.429 
79. 753 
48.113 
8.946 



5,959 
2,642 



225,936 
119,805 
21,752 

1,355 
83,024 

2,511 

1,233 
35,525 
38,930 

4,825 

19, Tib 
31,398 
8,983 



13,097 

23,075 
1,778 

29.041 
9.686 



11.675 
2.338 



(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



5,547 
2,702 



119,623 
22,975 

1,498 
96,708 

3,191 

2,320 
37,595 
45,733 

7,869 

77,328 
30,029 
8,583 



1,383 
12, 166 
22,352 

1,717 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



8,250 

3,157 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2,756 
(«•>) 

303,221 

133,094 

35,047 

6,186 

128,894 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



114,707 

32,097 

15,562 

946 

66,102 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

40,628 
(«) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(HA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 



(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



9,104 
3,055 
1,120 



(NA) 

(NA) 

3,116 

(-) 

341,833 

138,252 

44,896 

2,507 

156,178 

5,230 

(HA) 

(NA) 

74,059 

131,173 
37,252 
17,504 



75,763 
1,781 
(NA) 
(HA) 



(NA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 



(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 



(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 



10,717 
3,818 
1,136 



(MA) 
(NA) 
3,.651 



(• 

362,920 

167,627 

44,480 

2,499 



(NA) 

78,264 

(MA) 

158,781 

39,727 

20,287 

757 

98,010 

1,586 

(HA) 

(HA) 

63,408 

(MA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 

(MA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 



••Available data not comparable. NA Not available. ^otaj. acreage of crops for uhlch figures are available, exoept that corn cut for forage i 

acreage uas probably duplicated in the aoreage of corn harvested for grain. 



12 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

[Data are baaed on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



All farm operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 



Far 






Land owned by farm operators farms reporting 

Land rented from others by farm operators.... farms reporting 

Land managed by farm operators.... farms reporting 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting 

Average size of farm acres 

Value of land and buildings: 

Average per farm dollars 

Average per acre dollars 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent 

Land in faros according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 acres and over farms reporting 

Cropland used only for pasture farms reporting 

Cropland not harvested end not pastured. . .farms reporting 

Cropland used only for crops not 
harvested and not pastured farms reporting 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting 



Woodland pastured farms 

Woodland not pastured farms 






reporting 
reporting 

reporting 

reporting 



Cropland, total farms reporting 

Land pastured, total farms reporting 

Woodland, total farms reporting 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

With other Income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products sold operators reporting. 

nil- for. •ork: 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 days or more operators reporting. 

Not working off their farms operators reporting. 

By M«: 

Under 25 years ^-.....operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting. 

35 to 44 years operators reporting. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. 

55 to 64 years operators reporting. 

65 years and over operators reporting. 

By year began operation of present faro: 

1954 operators reporting. 

1953. operators reporting. 

1952 operators reporting. 

1951 operators reporting. 

1946-1950 operators reporting. 

1941-1945 operators reporting. 

1940 or earlier operators reporting. 

Faraa bv claaa of work pover: 

No traotor, horses, or mules. ............ .farms reporting. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or mule farms reporting. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules. farms reporting. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



154,969 

15,130,950 

67,503 

3,878,205 

184 

257,715 

40,069 

1,190,368 



176,046 
,575,164 
72,067 
36,768 
21,626 
21,911 
16,426 
5,518 
1,556 
174 



13,253 
214,304 
42,999 
826,907 
64,159 
1,775,409 
75,780 
3,091,516 



169,992 

971,432 

188,872 

10,474,560 



155, 



4,352 
22,735 
42,056 
43,776 
37,835 

r, . ' ■ 



12,381 

9,497 
10,911 
10,480 
45,895 
28,138 
70, 166 



39,408 

41,754 
27,547 



66,407 

2,121,991 

15,820 

15,833 

11,407 

12,056 

8,175 

2,461 

578 

77 

54,704 
2,625,870 

15,366 
412,634 

6,066 
102,842 
14 , 574 
309,792 

28,408 

830,965 

30,474 

1,363,243 



68,340 
5,160,495 

65,680 
4,378,457 

48,865 
2,194,208 



23,071 

2,209,707 

23,071 

. , V ! 



22,986 
1,099,004 
3,552 
4,730 
3,554 
4,319 
4,454 



9,609 
259,238 
10,109 
417,137 



23,036 
2,026,402 

21,438 
1,348,020 

16,155 
676,375 



17,734 


8,096 


10,922 


5,982 


6,812 


2,114 


51,106 


14,964 


436 


260 


4,568 


3,319 


11,606 


7,060 


15,920 


6,476 


17,110 


3,968 


18,122 


1,773 


1,494 


911 


1,603 


1,001 


2,113 


1,079 


2,508 


1,259 


14,909 


7,211 


11,014 


4,122 


33,635 


7,101 


10,534 


2,135 


5,377 


1,421 


19,838 


5,470 




9,279 



140 
14,959 



26,144 

30,553 

2,418,084 



- ,41 ! 
,44 

10,181 
7,218 
3,998 
4,134 
3,328 
1,265 
275 
19 



1,112 
19,891 
2,454 
69,045 
5,830 
193,702 
5,214 
215,917 



30,498 

1,638,529 

15,302 

1,105,266 

9,307 

409,619 



9,897 
7,550 
2,347 
20,651 



2,735 

7,411 
8,171 
5,727 
3,145 

1 . ' 12 



6,343 
3,518 
3,637 
2,708 
6,894 
2,575 
2,924 



4,728 
6,454 
6,236 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954 



13 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



AH farm operators — Continued 



of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock- share 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 
Faros number, 

Land owned by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .farms reporting, 

Land managed by farm operators farms reporting, 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting, 

Average size of farm ..acres, 

Value of land and buildings: 

Average per farm dollars, 

Average per acre dollars. 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent, 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent, 

l-and in farai according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting, 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting, 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting, 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting, 

30 to 49 acree farms reporting, 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting, 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting, 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting, 

500 acres and over farms reporting , 

Cropland used only for pasture farms reporting, 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured. . .farms reporting. 

Cropland used only for crops not 
harvested and not pastured farms reporting. 

Cropland lying Idle faros reporting, 

Woodland pastured farms reporting, 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting. 

Other pasture (not cropland and not 
woodland) farms reporting. 

Other land {house lots f roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting. 

Cropland, total farms reporting. 

Land pastured, total farms reporting. 

Woodland, total farms reporting. 

acres. 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

With other income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products sold operators reporting. 

Off-fan vmfci 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 days or more operators reporting. 

Not working off their farms operators reporting. 

By age) 

Under 25 years operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting. 

35 to 44 years operators reporting. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. 

55 to 64 years operators reporting. 

65 years and over operators reporting. 

By year brfran operation of prrarnt fara 

1954 operators reporting. 

1953 operators reporting. 

1952 operators reporting. 

1951 operators reporting. 

1946-1950 operators reporting. 

1941-1945 operators reporting. 

1940 or earlier operators reporting. 

Faraa by rlaaa of work paver: 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting. 

!.'o tractor and only 1 horse or mule farms reporting. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting. 



10,990 

9,375 

103,352 



9,355 

253,318 

2,975 

2,345 

1,425 

1,232 

986 

321 



149, 521 
1,295 
36.825 



7,429 

1,023 
29,396 

1,943 
67,007 

1,980 
59 ■,.. 



9,360 
439,664 

4,897 
286,093 

3,279 
156,102 



5,120 

4,479 

802,261 



1,730 
57,389 

1,045 
45,297 



428,570 

2,376 

102,686 



3,580 
12,149 
463,276 



12,134 

212,152 

5,631 

3,306 

1,345 

1,106 

590 

100 



1,085 
38,515 

1,090 
36,055 



42,755 

5,392 
22,059 
12,139 

342,847 
3,231 

196,440 
1,880 
74,570 



2,882 


1,429 


4,015 


2,221 


1,264 


2,905 


661 


165 


1,110 


6,488 


3,050 


8,134 


815 


310 


1,235 


2,329 


1,202 


2,862 


2,574 


1,471 


2,995 


1,750 


798 


2,275 


961 


476 


1,087 


560 


171 


430 


2,137 


575 


2,796 


1,056 


446 


1,515 


1,157 


520 


1,490 


742 


445 


1,110 


2,120 


1,312 


2,383 



2,103 
1,963 
2,133 



1,130 
1,005 
1,672 



2,870 
3,227 



24,792 

855 

36,385 

576 
23,785 

2,387 
16,329 
3,202 
193,957 
2,052 
130,849 
1,341 
61,177 



14 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

j^Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



All farm operators 



Tenure of operator 



Fins number . 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting., 

Electricity farms reporting.. 

Television set farms reporting.. 

Piped running water farms reporting.. 

Home freezer farms reporting.. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting.. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting., 

Milking machine farms reporting.. 

Grain combines farms reporting., 

number . 
Corn pickers farms reporting.. 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting. 

number. . 
Field forage harvesters farms reporting.. 

number. 

Motortrucks farms reporting. 

number . 

Tractors farms reporting. 

number . 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting . 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting. 

number. 
Garden tractors farms reporting. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting. 

number . 

Automobiles farms reporting. 

number. 



FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-OCT. 2 
Family and/or hired workers farms reporting., 

Family workers, including operator farms reporting., 

persons . , 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons., 

Unpaid members of operator's family 

working 15 hours or more farms reporting.. 

persons., 

Hired workers farms reporting.. 

persons . , 
Regular workers ( to be employed 

150 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

less than 150 days) farms reporting.. 

persons. 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting . 

Farms by kiod of workers: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting. 

Family workers only farms reporting. 

Operators only farms reporting. 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting. 

Hired worfcers only farms reporting. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 1954 

Specified tarn expenditures^ farms reporting. 

Machine hire and/or hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Machine hire farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 

material farms reporting. 

dollars. 

acres on which used. 

Lime and liming material.... farms reporting. 

dollars. 

acres on which used. 
See footnotes at end of table. 



50,076 
173,483 
45,926 
54,867 

30,273 
1,643 

14,349 
9,097 

8,716 
9,221 
10,448 
10,594 
11,242 
11,334 
1,891 
1,937 



69,301 
82,839 



245,774 



21,757 



183,860 

120,439 

40,532,174 

81,002 

10,174,649 

90,265 

30,357,525 



142,400 

27,586,147 

556,880 

2,768,319 

27,956 

3,074,354 

1,082,240 

593,179 



22,608 


6,675 


62,957 


21,310 


18,086 


6,174 


23,534 


7,333 


14,078 


4,664 


773 


287 


7,851 


3,064 


4,488 


1,971 


4,526 


2,206 


4,726 


2,399 


4,770 


2,860 


4,829 


2,906 


5,756 


2,831 


5,801 


2,866 


959 


437 


991 


447 


26,765 


10,934 


29,562 


12,208 


33,546 


14,140 


42,176 




33,116 




32,971 


14,040 


39,783 


17,471 


. 


540 


1,841 


581 


508 


134 


552 


145 


40,333 


. 


48,468 


17,722 



62.861 


21,994 


119,436 


. 


61,770 


21,829 


93,097 


, 


60,653 


21,483 


22,311 


. 


32,444 


. 


11,432 


. 


26,339 




3,118 


. 


5,691 


2,398 


9,236 


3,813 


20,648 


9,276 



10,341 
51,429 
33,400 



67,865 

51,906 
19,993,404 

37,609 
5,472,145 

39,853 
14,521,259 



60,760 

13,148,538 

266,242 

1,341,872 

15,139 

1,746,767 

637,662 

345,756 



22,946 

18,373 
8,321,199 

12,598 
1,907,207 

14,717 
, 



21,427 

.,208,631 
125,470 
669,082 
5,364 
655,718 

116,446 



!,- . 

137 

67,368 



7,42b 
27,490 
7,704 
6,553 



1,593 
1,679 
2,367 
2,391 
2,085 



327 



12,645 
15,446 



28,446 
43,392 
28,225 



47,746 
11,434 
7,695 



4,564 
23,882 
15,601 



29,823 
23,745 

,!■:,■■■•■: 

13,068 
1,780,188 

19,851 
6,410,867 



25,171 

116,981 
488,342 
3,030 
378,096 
128,561 
71,617 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Con turned 



15 



All farm operators — Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Tenure of operator —Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock-share 



SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Television set farms reporting. 

Piped running water farms reporting. 

Home freezer farms reporting. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Grain combines farms reporting. 

number. 
Corn pickers farms reporting. 

number. 
Pick-up hay balers farms reporting. 

number. 
Field forage harvesters farms reporting. 

number. 

Motortrucks farms reporting., 

number.. 

Trartors farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting. , 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Garden tractors farms reporting.. 

number. , 

Crawler tractors farms reporting. . 

number. , 

Automobiles farms reporting.. 

number. . 



1,939 
8,005 
2,206 
1,535 



4,096 
4,076 

4,628 



2,319 
4,389 
2,000 
1,660 



3,689 
3,684 
4,891 



1,915 
11,023 
2,146 
2,196 



2,677 
2,657 
3,262 



1,524 
1,524 



FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-CCT. 2 

FaaiK and or hirrd vorkrro farms reporting. 

persons. 

Faaily oorkrra. Including operator farms reporting. 

persons. 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons. 

Unpaid members of operator's family 

working 15 hours or more farms reporting. 

per cons. 

Hired «orkrr farms reporting. 

persons. 
Regular workers ( to be employed 

150 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

less than 150 days) farms reporting.. 

persons . . 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting., 

Faraa by kind of worker*: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting., 

Family workers only farms reporting.. 

Operators only farms reporting. , 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting.. 

Hired workers only farms reporting., 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 1954 

Sprcifi^d faro r sprndi turcn"' farms reporting.. 

Machine hire and/or hired labor farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 
Machine hire farms reporting.. 

Hired labor farms reporting.. 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 

material farms reporting.. 

dollars., 

Lime and liming material farms reporting., 

dollars.. 

acres on which used.. 



213,530 
4,039 
12,455 
91 
10,485 
3,750 
1,935 



8,645 
13,223 
8,584 



1,165 
7,480 

4,814 



9,160 

7,251 
2,056,372 

4,205 
446,247 

5,818 
1,610,125 



7,687 
1,618,709 
32,065 
132,416 
676 
67,672 
24,124 
14,330 



4,333 
7,157 
4,293 



1,326 

3,007 
1,737 



4,464 

3,944 
2,298,108 

2,896 
620, 141 

3,359 
1,677,967 



4,073 
1,537,082 
30,537 
144,646 
1,197 
192,312 
61,054 
34,201 



1,340 
9,953 
6,772 



11,729 

8,919 

2,206,370 

3,860 

439,115 

7,719 

1,767,255 



9,638 

1,874,740 

37,368 

134,328 



2 , 122 
4,280 
2,877 



3,162 

830,280 
1,488 

170,950 
1,985 

659,330 



2,682 
592,173 
11,662 
56,396 



16 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. 

[Data axe based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanatlo: 



All farm operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



LIVESTOCK 

Livestock on hand: 

All cattle and calves farms reporting.. 

number.. 
Cows, including heifers that have 

calved farms reporting . . 

number. . 

Mllit cows farms reporting . . 

number. . 

Horses and mules farms reporting.. 



Livestock and livestock products sold in 1954: 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number. . 



Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. 



CROPS 
Specified crops harvested io 1954: 

Corn for all purposes 



.farms reporting 



vested for grain. 



Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 



Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 



Burley tobacco harvested farms reporting 

pounds harvested 



150,942 
927,291 
138,130 
559,769 



133,432 
1,859,136 
57,414,292 
15,021,612 

16,660 

212,795 

5,270,632 

4,340,989 



99,883 

3,162,372 

525,743 

115,620 

240,583 

365,753,324 



61,369 
491,655 

55,576 
279,322 



51,738 

742,887 

23,786,747 

4,910,760 



118,514 
2,938,642 
2,405,935 

-'. . 
52,671 
1,623,867 
229,162 

51,799 

91,563 

140,825,121 



20,963 
173,976 

19,541 
108,669 



20,483 

505,168 

15,341,130 

4,406,025 

3,522 

51,408 

1,288,000 

1,082,776 



25,985 
892,137 
191,727 

19,222 

49,563 

74,241,797 



10,271 

224 

2,028 



11,706 

62 

12,129 



13,260 
538,150 
125,395 



3,498 
85,931 
78,610 



2,414 
93,217 
7,849 



19,435 
149,626 
17,957 
93,352 



22,408 

386,358 

12,614,690 

4,650 ; 

2,589 
34,711 
857,009 
711,546 

1,226 
17,233 
516,831 
89,975 

27,491 

86,023 

132,536,759 



3,375 

273 

1,060 



5,421 
177, 560 
63,040 



1,065 
29,275 
24,200 



of operator for 



.al farms only. 



Excludes farms reporting 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



17 



sample of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Faras number. . 

LIYESTOCX 
Livestock oa hand: 

All cattle and calves farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Cows, including heifers that have 

calved farms reporting.. 

number.. 

Mil* cows farms reporting.. 

number. . 



Chickens 4 months old and 



•MUd "ad l.".U,l products sold n l°Si: 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number. . 



Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. 



CHOPS 
Specified crops harvested in 1954: 

Corn for all purposes farms reporting. 



Corn harvested for grain farms reporting. 



Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting. 



Barley threshed or combined farms reporting. 



..farms reporting, 
pounds harvei 



5,150 

676 

2,950 



4,280 

336 
63,955 



9,490 
312,130 
81,260 



1,031 
23,568 
19,015 



All farm operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



6,275 
31,617 

5,888 
22,802 



7,285 

124,405 

3,954,865 

1,760,765 



7,241 
180,930 
146,965 



3,483 
94,540 

27,840 

8,457 

25,899 

39,382,841 



Livestock-share 



4,249 
63,639 

3,874 
36,872 



3,919 

94,523 

3,309,500 

597,770 



15,014 
381,716 
325,136 



9,044 
283,425 
37,250 



5,527 
28,285 

5,132 
19,645 



7,712 

108,210 

3,449,420 

1,698,354 



5,680 
132,525 
106,225 



2,175 
64,220 
17,325 

11,167 

31,877 

50,168,235 



2,331 
17,560 
2,114 
. . - 



2,561 

44,309 

1,411,215 

449,595 



1,975 
56,700 
7,160 

2,800 

11,402,948 



Other farms 



48,909 
101,763 
44,832 
76,398 



38, 592 

211,463 

5,133,575 

921 ,628 



4,664 
101,050 
62,122 



1,580 
36,320 
7,030 

16,943 

12,175 

16,309,920 



18 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

QData are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanatii 



White operators 



farms of 
white 

operators 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 

Parns number 

Land owned by farm operators farms reporting 

Land rented from others by farm operators farms reporting 

Land managed by farm operators farms reporting 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting 

Average size of farm ..acres 

Value of land anil buildings: 

Average per farm dollars 

Average per acre. .dollars 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent 

Land in far«s according 10 use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 acres and over farms reporting 

Cropland used only for pasture farms reporting 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured... farms reporting 

Cropland used only for crops not harvested 
and not pastured farms reporting 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting 

Woodland pastured farms reporting 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting 

Other pasture (not cropland and not 
woodland) farms reporting 

Other land C house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting 

Cropland, total farms reporting 

Land pastured, total farms reporting 

Woodland, total farms reporting 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting 

With other income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products sold operators reporting 

Off-far. work: 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting 

1 to 99 days operators reporting 

100 days or more operators reporting 

Hot working off their farms operators reporting 

By age: 

Under 25 years operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting 

35 to 44 years operators reporting, 

45 to 54 years operators reporting, 

55 to 64 years operators reporting 

65 years and over operators reporting, 

By year began operation of present farm: 

1954 operators reporting, 

1953 operators reporting, 

1952 operators reporting, 

1951 operators reporting. 

1946-1950 operators reporting, 

1941-1945 operators reporting, 

1940 or earlier operators reporting, 

Farms by class of work power: 

No tractor, horses, or mules farm;: reporting, 

No tractor and only 1 horse or mule fartnij reporting. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



152,527 

15,008,532 

65, 103 



257,715 

39,638 

1,182'.978 



172,270 
,515,669 
70,062 
35,793 
21,281 
21,681 
16,286 
5,443 
1,551 
173 



13,083 
211,904 

42,428 
816,062 

63,624 
1,767,324 

75, 140 
3,074,936 



184,835 

10,349,552 

153,369 

8,324,016 

116,333 

4,842,260 



77,158 
33,100 
44,058 
112,049 



4,242 
22,270 
41,356 
42,965 
36,975 
36,862 



11,981 
9,271 
| , 6 8] 
10,295 
45,080 
27, 628 
68,620 



38,558 
41,288 
27,187 



65,531 

2,106,106 

15,365 

15,663 

11,292 

11,981 

8,135 

2,441 

578 

76 



6,001 
101,942 
14,404 
307,197 

28,163 

827, 910 

30,214 

1,355,118 



67,429 
5,118,862 

64,864 
4,346,029 

48,420 
2,183,028 



17,489 
10,712 
6,777 
50,430 



11,516 

15,304 
16,840 
17,702 



2,103 
2,493 
14,824 
10,894 
33,004 



22,516 

2,180,082 

22,516 

1,026,312 



22,431 

1,083,944 

3,377 



1,991 
39,265 

4,328 
85,201 

9,489 

257,123 

9,969 

414,142 



22,481 
1,995,847 

21,008 
1,331,470 

15,925 
671,265 



7,906 
5,842 
2,064 
14,599 



1,054 
1,224 
7,061 



5,310 
9,134 
4,691 



212,680 

140 

14,959 



14, 676 

73 

15,918 



15,223 

295 
121,625 

279 
102, 590 

156 
30, 594 



26,064 

29,003 

2,374,554 



39,894 
2,360,724 



28, 883 

856,087 

9,471 

6,703 

3,853 

4,049 

3,283 

1,230 

275 

19 



1,092 
19,541 
2,399 

67,295 

5,770 
192, 647 

5,154 
214,762 



28,958 

1,602,339 

15,057 

1,091,456 

9,212 

407,409 



9,437 
7,220 
2,217 
19,561 



7,766 
5,387 
2,970 
1,372 



6,058 
3,373 
3,492 
2,613 
6,484 
2,420 
2,734 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

a sample of farms. See text] 



19 



(For definitions and explanatio: 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 

F ln > number. 

Land owned by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .farms reporting. 

Land managed by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting. 

Average size of farm a 

V.lat of land and buildinen: 

Average per farm dollars. 

Average per acre dollars. 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent. 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent. 

Land in far"* according in use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting. 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting. 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting. 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 acres and over farms reporting. 

Cropland used onty for pasture farms reporting. 



Cropland 



harvested and 



..fa 



reporting. 



Cropland used only for crops not 
harvested and not pastured farms reporting. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting. 

Woodland not paatured farms reporting. 

Other pasture (not cropland and not 
woodland) farms reporting. 

Other land (house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting. 

Cropland, total farms reporting. 

Land pastured, total farms reporting. 

Woodland, total farms reporting. 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

With other income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products cold operators reporting. 

Off-fan nrki 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 days or more operators reporting. 

Not working off their farms operators reporting. 

Br Me: 

Under 25 years operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting. 

35 to 44 years operators reporting. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. 

55 to 64 years operators reporting. 

65 years and over operators reporting. 

H> year becan operation of present fera: 

1954 operators reporting. 

1953 operators reporting. 

1952 operators reporting. 

1951 operators reporting. 

1946-1950 operators reporting. 

1941-1945 operators reporting. 

1940 or earlier operators reporting. 

Faraa by rlaaa of work pover: 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or mule farms reporting. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting. 



White operators — Continued 



3,249 

110 

3,360 



602 

3,082 

857 

56,409 

622 

38,398 

232 

6,609 

807 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



l ,99 

9,140 

695,962 



9,120 

249,393 

2,870 

2,280 

1,375 

i;232 

976 

316 



147,436 
1,290 
36,500 

404 
7,429 
1,018 
29,071 

1,933 
66,867 

1,965 
89,000 



9,125 

433,329 
4,847 

283,498 
3,259 

155,867 



2,151 

656 

6,328 



2,289 
2,524 
1,685 



2,092 
1,031 
1,142 



2,033 
1,938 
2,108 



Livestock-share 



5,115 

4,394 

789,681 



5,640 

376 

10,656 

1,695 
57,019 

1,020 
44,772 



422,135 

2,326 
101,791 



3,505 
11,049 
466,411 



11,044 
199,177 
5,081 
2,916 
1,265 
1,056 
575 



1,0 
38,455 

1,080 
II ,. 25 



11,049 
327,752 
3,146 
193,315 
1,870 
74,480 



1,155 
2,632 
2,685 
2,061 



2,606 
1,405 
1,365 
1,025 
2,063 
700 
740 



1,085 

965 

1,592 



2,870 

3,127 

293,413 



3,102 
190,122 

2,032 
129,324 

1,326 
60,187 



Other farms 



20 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

[Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, 



White operators 



Total all 
farms of 
ite operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



p arBg number. . 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting. . 

Electricity farms reporting. . 

Television set farms reporting.. 

Piped running water farms reporting.. 

Home freezer farms reporting.. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting.. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting. . 

Milking machine farms reporting.. 

Grain combines farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Corn pickers farms reporting.. 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting.. 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting.. 

Motortrucks farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Tractors farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting.. 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Garden tractors farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Crawler tractors farms reporting.. 

Automobiles farms reporting. . 

number. . 

FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-OCT. 2 

Fuw.il) aod/or hired workers farms reporting.. 

persons. , 

Fanily workers, including operator farms reporting.. 

persons. . 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons.. 

Unpaid members of operator's family 

working 15 hours or more farms reporting.. 

persons. , 

Hired workers farms reporting., 

persons., 
Regular workers ( to be employed 

150 days or more) farms reporting., 

persona. 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

leas than 150 days) farms reporting., 

persons. 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

F-ras b, kiod of workers: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting. 

Family workers only farms reporting. 

Operators only farms reporting. 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting. 

Hired workers only farms reporting. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 1954 

Specified *«ra expenditures 2 farms reporting. 

Machine aire and/or hired labor farms reporting. 

machine hire farms reporting. 

dollara. 
Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 

-material farms reporting. 

dollara. 

acres on which used. 

Lime and liming material farms reporting. 

dollars. 

acres on which used. 
See footnotes at end of table. 



49,309 
170,031 
45,399 
54,265 

29,987 
1,603 

14,234 
9,037 

8,605 
9,100 
10,332 
10,478 
11,121 
11,208 
1,880 
1,926 



68,475 
68,215 
81,913 



163,793 
240,628 
160,293 



21,336 
142,457 
96,592 



179,964 

117,733 

39,997,109 

79,447 

10,042,379 

88,184 

29,954,730 



139,458 
27,182,062 
548,667 
2,731,084 
27,605 
3,051,349 
1,070,905 



22,412 
62,226 
17,985 
23,383 



4,495 
4,685 
4,719 
4,778 
5,725 
5,770 



32,855 
32,710 
39,482 
1,784 
1,836 
508 
552 



60,989 
92,021 
59,892 



10,215 
50,774 
32,900 



66,984 

51,245 
19,875,534 

37,229 
5,440,025 

39,342 
14,435,509 



59,969 

13,035,373 

263,964 

1,331,192 

15,029 

1,736,792 

632,852 

343,196 



6,590 

20,870 
6,084 
7,213 



2,181 
2,374 
2,835 



13,825 
13,820 
17,211 



21,309 
35,939 
20,963 



22,391 

17,973 
8,212,154 

L2,353 
1,889,327 

14,392 
6,322,827 



20,947 
6,117,871 
123,563 
658,192 
5,259 
648,778 
216,436 
114,321 



332,531 
6,267 
34,130 
123 
47,746 
11,434 
7,695 



7,241 
26,110 
7,489 



1,543 
1,629 
2,327 
2,351 
2,045 
2,048 
322 
322 



12,440 
12,395 
15,176 



26,996 
41,197 
26,785 



1,364 



3,943 
11,534 



4,424 
22,572 
14,706 



28,358 

22,610 
7,910,010 

12,488 
1,710,178 

18,916 
6,199,832 



24,091 
5,738,454 
113, 573 
475,337 
2,955 
374,821 
126,431 
70,467 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR. CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

a sample of farms. See text} 



21 



(For definitions and explanations, 



operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock- share 



Other farms 



Far as number. 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Television set farms reporting. 

Piped running water farms reporting. 

Home freezer farms reporting. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Grain combines farms reporting. 

number. 
Corn pickers farms reporting. 

number. 
Pick-up hay balers farms reporting. 

number. 
Field forage harvesters farms reporting. 

number. 

Motortrucks farms reporting. 

number. 

Tractors farms reporting. 

number. 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting. 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting. 

number. 

Garden tractors farms reporting. 

number. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting. 

number. 

lutoaobiles farms reporting. 

number.. 

FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-OCT. 2 

Faaily and/or hired workera farms reporting. 

persons. 

Faaily worker*, including operator farms reporting. 

persona. 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons. 

Unpaid members of operator's family 

working 15 hours or more farms reporting. 

persona. 

Hired worker* farms reporting. 

persons. 
Regular workers ( to be employed 

ISO days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

less than 150 days) farms reporting. 

persons. 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Faraa by kind of worker a: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting. 

Family workers only farms reporting. 

Operators only farms reporting. 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting. 

Hired workers only farms reporting. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 1954 

Specified far* espendi tnrea' farms reporting. 

Machine hire and/or hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Machine hire farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 
and oil farms reporting. 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 
material farms reporting. 

acres on which used. 
Lime and liming material farms reporting. 

acres on which used. 



2,140 

822 
1,303 



207,710 
3,949 
12,200 
91 
10,485 
3,750 
1,935 



1,909 


2,279 


1,810 


7,830 


4,309 


10,008 


2,181 


1,970 


2,001 


1,515 


1,655 


2,086 


853 


1,188 


840 


55 


127 


95 


453 


1,108 


415 


281 


1,118 


380 



4,046 
4,026 
4,573 



8,435 
12,948 
8,374 



1,140 
7,295 
4,674 



8,935 

7,066 
2,009,857 

4,100 
439,267 

5,658 
1,570,590 



7,527 

1,599,669 

31,680 

130,961 



3,629 
3,624 

4,826 



4,248 
6,982 
4,208 



1,296 
2,952 

1,712 



4,384 

3,874 
2,270,668 

2,836 
611,851 

3,314 
1 ,' ■ . ' 



3,998 
1,523,547 
30,254 
143,021 
1,172 
191,157 
60,314 
33,701 



2,557 
2,53? 
3,132 



10,263 
15,189 
10,218 



1,270 
8,993 
6,127 



10,699 

8,139 

2,031,230 

3,515 

393,150 

7,064 

1,638,080 



1,753,385 
34,926 
126,128 
590 
53,330 
20,495 
10,520 



1,509 
1,509 
1,751 



2,822 
4,155 
2,777 



1,0 .' 

2,441 
813,180 

1,433 
167,225 

1,935 
645,955 



2,617 
582, 138 
11,457 
54,931 
402 
47,700 
15,685 
8,810 



22 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



(For definitions and explanations, 



State Table 4-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. 

[Data are based on reports for only 
White operators 

Tenure of operator 1 



LIVESTOCK 

All cattle and calves farms reporting. 

number. 
Cows, including heifers that have 
calved ; farms reporting. 

Milk cows farms reporting. 

number. . 



148,971 
918,056 
136,314 
552,671 



60,718 
488,065 

54,975 
276,784 



20,563 
171,561 

19,176 
106,819 



10,271 

224 

2,028 



18,940 
147,231 
17,492 
91,352 



3,370 

268 

1,055 



Chickens 4 months old and 



12,416 

214 
24,921 



Livestock sod livestock products sold in 19S4: 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number. . 



Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. . 



Corn harvested for grain farms reporting. 

bushels harvested, 
bushels sold. 

Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting. 

bushels harvested, 
bushels sold. 

Barley tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

bushels harvested, 
bushels sold. 

Burley tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

pounds harvested. 

Hay cut acres . 



16,460 

210,195 

5,211,177 

4,292,184 



98,458 

3,127,072 

519,193 

112,559 

234,060 

356,181,099 



9,573 
117,509 
2,913,342 
2, . 

3,980 

52,406 

1,616,857 

225,162 



20,048 

496,433 

15,094,560 

4,343,550 

3,447 

50,673 

1,273,645 

1,073,716 



18,702 

48,008 

72,017,337 



13,260 
538,150 
125,395 



3,498 
85,931 
78,610 



2,414 
93,217 

. ■ 



21,453 

374,563 

12,275,700 

4,496,969 

2,529 
33,851 
837,209 
694,881 

1,191 
16,703 
500,481 
88,425 

26,281 

82,606 

127,245,139 



5,421 
177,560 
63,040 



1,065 
29,275 
24,200 



by tenure of oper 



for 



Excludes farms reporting 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



23 



of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



White operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock-share 



Other farms 



LIVESTOCK 
restock un hand: 

All cattle and calves farms reporting. 

number. 
Cows, including heifers that have 

calved farms reporting. 

number. 

Milk cows farms reporting. 

number. 



nths old and 



»<t.,rL sn<] livestock products >old .., 1451: 
Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting. 

number. 



CROPS 
Specified crops hsrrratrd is. I'M 

Corn for all purposes fa 



Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 

Wheat threshed or combined fa 

Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 

bushels harvested 
bushels sold 

Burley tobacco harvested farms reporting 

pounds harvested 

Hay cut acres 



■ , i 

666 
2,920 



5,345 

712 
33,720 

627 
4,793 

295 
5,705 

135 
4,220 

326 

63,705 



9,260 

303,705 
78,405 



1,031 
23,568 
19,015 



6,160 
31,212 

5,783 
22,417 



122,375 
3,881,065 
1,718,880 



7,231 
180,580 
146,665 

258 
3,483 
94,540 
27,840 

8,242 

25,236 

38,383,151 



4,174 
62,644 

3,804 
36,102 



3,849 

92,913 

3,263,140 

595,770 



14,739 
372,716 
317,136 



274,925 
8,799 
36,250 

3,903 

15,871 
24,107,480 



7,082 

101,680 

3,267,465 

1,598,154 



5,235 
123,725 
99,360 



1,990 
56,870 
16,775 

10,362 

29,660 

46,647,925 



2,296 
17,360 
2,089 
9,933 



976 
22,317 

367 
18,314 

963 
204,830 



42,914 

1,382,765 

442,720 



4,550 
107,345 
88,505 



1,875 
56,200 
7,160 

2,715 

7,339 

11,142,828 



48,484 
100,928 
44,447 
75,688 



38,217 

208,913 

5,082,695 

912,938 



4,664 
101,050 
62,122 



1,520 
35,630 
7,030 

16,408 

11,814 

15,826,825 



24 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

[Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Nonwhite operator 



Total all 
farms of 
nonwhite 
operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 
Fans number 

Land owned by farm operators farms reporting 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .farms reporting 

Land managed by farm operators..,. farms reporting 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting 

Land in fares * acres 

Average size of farm acres 

Value of lend and buildings: 

Average per farm dollars 

Average per acre dollars 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent 

Land in faros according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to <V9 acres farms reporting 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting 

500 acres and over farms reporting 

Cropland used only for pasture farms reporting 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured. ..farms reporting 

reporting 
Cropland lying idle farms reporting. 



Woodland pastured farms 

Woodland not pastured farms 



reporting 
reporting 



Other land (house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting 

Cropland, total farms reporting 

Land pastured, total ....farms reporting 

Woodland, total farms reporting 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Not residing on farm operated ......operators reporting. 

With other income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products sold operators reporting. 

Off- fan work: 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days.. ....operators reporting. 

100 days or more operators reporting. 

Not working off their farms operators reporting. 



B] 



Under 25 years operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting. 

35 to 44 years operators reporting. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. 

55 to 64 years operators reporting. 

65 years and over operators reporting. 

By year begu operation of present far.: 

1954 operators reporting. 

1953 operators reporting. 

1952 operators reporting. 

1951 operators reporting. 

1946-1950 operators reporting. 

1941-1945 .operators reporting. 

1940 or earlier operators reporting. 

Far., nv ciasa .f writ power: 

No tractor, horses, or mules....... farms reporting. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or mule farms reporting. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms reporting. 

Tractor and no horses or mules... farms reporting. 



2,442 

122,418 

2,400 

59,445 



7,390 
174,473 



3,776 
59,495 
2,005 



4,037 
125,008 
2,111 
73,163 
1,030 
24,665 



3,055 

260 

8,125 



32,428 

445 

11,180 



2,115 

140 

2,995 

90 
1,455 

505 

4,220 

555 

30,555 

430 

16,550 

230 

5,110 



9,735 

65 

2,100 



13,810 

95 

2,210 



See footnotes at 



of table. 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



25 



of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 
Faras number . 

Land owned by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .farms reporting. 

Land managed by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land rented to others by farm operators farms reporting. 

Land in farns acr^s. 

Average size of farm acres. 

Value of land and buildings. 

Average per farm dollars. 

Average per acre dollars. 

Proportion of farms reporting value percent. 

Proportion of land in farms for which 
value was reported percent. 

(.and in fmrma according t« u-r 

Cropland harvested farms reporting. 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting. 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting. 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 199 acrea farms reporting. 

200 to 499 acres farms reporting. 

500 acres and over farms reporting . 

Cropland used only for pasture farms reporting. 

Cropland not harvested and not pastured. . .farms reporting. 

Cropland used only for crops not 
harvested and not pastured farms reporting. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting. 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting. 

Other pasture (not cropland and not 
woodland) farms reporting. 

Other land (house lots, roado, 
wasteland, etc.) farms reporting.. 

Cropland, total farms reporting, , 

Land pastured, total farms reporting., 

Woodland, total farms reporting., 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting., 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting., 

With other Income of family exceeding 
value of agricultural products cold operators reporting.. 

Off- fan «*rki 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting.. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting., 

100 days or more operators reporting., 

Not working off their I arms operators reporting., 

By ... 

Under 25 years operators reporting., 

25 to 34 years operators reporting., 

35 to 44 years operators reporting.. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. , 

55 to 64 years operators reporting.. 

65 years and over operators reporting., 

Uy year began operation of present fara: 

1954 operators reporting. . 

1953 operators reporting.. 

1952 operators reporting.. 

1951 operators reporting,, 

1946-1950 operators reporting. . 

1941-1945 operators reporting.. 

1940 or earlier operators reporting. , 

Kara, by clau of »orW powr: 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting.. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or mule farms reporting.. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting.. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms reporting.. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting.. 



Nonwhite operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock-share 



26 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, 

[Data axe based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Nonwhite operators 



Total all 
farms of 
nonwhite 

operators 



Tenure of operator 



p aras number. . 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting. . 

Electricity farms reporting. . 

Television set farms reporting.. 

Piped running water farms reporting.. 

Home freezer farms reporting.. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting.. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting.. 

Milking machine farms reporting.. 

Grain combines farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Corn pickers farms reporting.. 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting.. 

number.. 
Field forage harvesters farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Motortrucks farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Tractors farms reporting. . 

number . . 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting.. 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Garden tractors farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Crawler tractors farms reporting.. 

Automobiles farms reporting.. 

number. . 

FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-0CT. 2 

Family and/or hired workers farms reporting.. 

persons. . 

Fanily workers, including operator farms reporting.. 

persons. . 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons.. 

Unpaid members of operator's family 
working 15 hours or more farms reporting.. 

Hired workers farms reporting.. 

Regular workers ( to be employed 

150 days or more) farms reporting.. 

persons. . 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

less than 150 days) farms reporting.. 

persons.. 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting.. 

Farms by kind of workers: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting., 

Family workers only farms reporting., 

Operators only farms reporting., 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting., 

Hired workers only farms reporting. , 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 1954 

Specified fara expenditures" farms reporting., 

Machine hire and/or hired labor farms reporting., 

dollars., 

Machine hire farms reporting., 

dollars . 

Hired labor farms reporting., 

dollars . 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 

material .farms reporting. 

dollars . 

acrea on which used. 

Lime and liming material ..... • farms reporting. 

dollars. 

acres on which used. 
See footnotes at end of table. 



3,656 
5,146 
3,611 



3,896 

2,706 
535,065 

1,555 
132,270 

2,081 
402,795 



LI ,ia 

2,278 
10, 680 



1,907 
10,890 
105 
6,940 
3,175 
2,125 



1,450 
2,195 
1,440 



1,465 

1,135 
281,045 



1,080 
LI »,9l 

3,408 
13,005 
75 
3,275 
2,130 
1,150 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



27 



sample of farms. 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Television set farms reporting. 

Piped running water farms reporting. 

Home freezer farms reporting. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Grain combines farms reporting. 

number. 
Corn pickers farms reporting. 

number. 
Pick-up hay balers farms reporting. 

number. 
Field forage harvesters farms reporting. 

number. 

Motortruck* farms reporting. 

number. 

Tractors farms reporting. 

number. 
Wheel and/or crawler tractors other 

than garden farms reporting. 

Wheel tractors other than garden farms reporting. 

number. 

Garden tractors farms reporting. 

number . 

Crawler tractors farms reporting. 

number. 

Automobiles farms reporting. 

number. 

FARM LABOR WEEK OF SEPT. 26-OCT. 2 

(••■ilv and or hired vorlera farms reporting. 

persons. 

Fnily vorkrra, including operator farms reporting. 

persons . 

Operators working 1 or more hours persons. 

Unpaid members of operator's family 

working 15 hours or more farms reporting. 

persons. 

Hi rrd itriwn farms reporting. 

Regular workers ( to be employed 

ISO days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 
Seasonal workers ( to be employed 

less than 150 days) farms reporting., 

persons.. 
Regular hired workers and no 
seasonal hired workers farms reporting., 

Faraa by kind of vorkera: 

Both family workers and hired workers farms reporting. 

Family workers only farms reporting., 

Operators only farms reporting., 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family only farms reporting., 

Hired workers only farms reporting.. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES IN 195* 

Specified far-B npmd i turea ' farms reporting.. 

Machine hire and/or hired labor farms reporting., 

Machine hire farms reporting., 

Hired labor farms reporting.. 

dollars., 

Feed for livestock and poultry farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 
and oil farms reporting., 

Commercial fertilizer and fertilizing 

material farms reporting. , 

dollars., 

acres on which used.. 

Lime and liming material farms reporting., 

dollars., 

acres on which used.. 



Nonwhite operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants— Continued 



Livestock-share 



19,040 

385 

1,455 



46,515 


27,440 


105 


60 


6,980 


8,290 


160 


45 


39,535 


19,150 



1,030 
1,575 
1,020 



121,355 
2,442 

8,200 



Other farms 



28 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 4-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. 

[Data are based on reports for only 



Non white operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



LIVESTOCK 

vestock od baud: 

All cattle and calves farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Cows, including heifers that have 

calved farms reporting.. 

number.. 

Milk cowe farms reporting . . 

number.. 



Chickens 4 months old and over farms reporting.. 

number.. 

vestock nod livestock products sold in 1954: 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number.. 



sted for grain farms reporting. 



Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting. 



Barley threshed or combined farms reporting. 



Bur ley tobacco harvested farms reporting . 

pounds harvested. 



2,011 


661 


14,606 


5,901 


1,971 


651 


9,235 


3,590 


1,816 


601 


7,098 


2,538 


1,606 


586 


3,316 


1,356 


2,061 


576 


19,784 


7,754 


3,031 


771 


111,895 


31,840 


1,326 


476 


6,097 


2,327 


1,180 


425 


15,100 


7,070 


320 


95 


194,485 


184,305 


1,050 


325 


163,175 


59,800 



2,396 
31,080 
859,250 
283,425 



2,600 
59,455 
48,805 



1,425 
35,300 
6,550 

3,061 

6,523 

9,572,225 



8,000 
222,810 
51,425 



1,005 
25,300 
23,080 



2,415 

365 

1,850 



8,735 

246,570 
62,475 



2,395 
465 

2,000 



4,950 

935 
29,895 

320 

1,775 

285 
2,995 



11,795 
338,990 
153,835 



1,210 

3,417 

5,291,620 



1 Data are given by 



operator for coircnercial farms only. 



^Excludes farms reporting 



al fertilizer and lijue. 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



sample of farms. See 



29 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Nonuhite operators — Continued 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



Livestock-share 



Other farms 



Faraa , number. ■ 

LIVESTOCK 



Cows, including heifers that have 

calved farms reporting. . 

number. . 
Milk cows farms reporting.. 

number. . 



Chickens 4 months old and 



• farms reporting. 



">i.,rl aid li,.,,„.t product! sold la 1954: 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting., 

number., 



CfCPS 
Specified cropa harvtated id 1954: 

Corn for all purposes farms reporting 



Corn harvested for grain faros reporting 



Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 



Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 



Burley tobacco harvested farms reporting 

pounds harvested 



2,030 
73,800 
41,885 



1,610 
46,360 
2,000 



2,340 

635 
18,600 



6,530 
181,955 
100,200 



1,395 
28,450 
6,875 



2,760 

BIG 
24,590 



1,040 

265 
29,825 



2,550 
50,880 
15,690 



30 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 5.-FARM OPERATORS BY COLOR, RESIDENCE, OFF-FARM WORK, AGE, AND YEARS ON PRESENT FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 

[Data in italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations. 



1925 1920 
(January 1) (January l) 



FARM OPERATORS 



By residence: 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Not residing on farm operated operators reporting. 

Operators not reporting residence number. 

By off-fara vorh: 

Working off their farms, total operators reporting. 

1 to 49 days operators reporting. 

50 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 days or more operators reporting. 

100 to 199 days operators reporting. 

200 days and over operators reporting. 

Operators not working off their farms number. 

Operators not reporting number. 

By age: 

Under 25 years operators reporting. 

25 to 34 years operators reporting. 

35 to 44 years operators reporting. 

45 to 54 years operators reporting. 

55 to 64 years operators reporting. 

65 years and over operators reporting. 

Average age years. 

Operators not reporting age number* 

Operation of present farn began— 
1954: 

September or later operators reporting. 

July and August operators reporting. 

May and June operators reporting. 

March and April operators reporting. 

January and February operators reporting. 

1953: 

November and December operators reporting. 

September and October operators reporting. 

Jul^ and August operators reporting. 

May and June operators reporting. 

March and April operators reporting. 

January and February operators reporting. 

1952 operators reporting. 

1951 .operators reporting. 

1946 to 1950 operators reporting. 

1941 to 1945 operators reporting. 

1940 and earlier operators reporting. 

Operators not reporting number. 

Average number of years on present fan years. 



175,844 
10,499 
7,144 



5 7. S IS 

37,903 

50.7 



21 1, 497 
8,474 
6,505 



6,476 

7.390 
30.875 
45./ 79 
i3.593 

. 

35.175 

i9.0 

16. 780 



232,542 
5,959 

220,054 
16,325 
2,122 

59,974 
8,692 
6,956 
44,326 
12,925 
31,401 

178,527 

6,509 
34,227 
52,891 
56,078 
45,999 
40,923 
49.3 

1,874 



230,824 
12,469 
9,601 

79,405 
19,650 
13,965 
45,790 
24,052 
21,738 
158,925 
14, 564 

12,734 
42,576 
50,974 
54,273 
44,690 
39,031 
47.8 
8,616 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

81,798 
38,395 
14,533 
28,870 
14,143 
14,727 
192,138 
4,362 

na: 



(NA) 
(MA) 

(NA) 

88,488 
33,330 
18,611 
36,547 
19,593 
16,954 

158,011 



247,807 
10,717 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



NA Not available. 



State Table 6.-FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER AND SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: 

CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 

[Data in italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Census of — 



1930 

(April 1) 



r, horses, or mules .....farms 

■ and only 1 horse or mule farms 

' and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms 

Tractor and horses and/or mules farms 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms 

Specified facilities and equipment: 

Telephone farms 

Electricity farms 

Television set farms 

Piped running water farms 

Home freezer farms 

Electric pig brooder farms 

Power feed grinder farms 

Milking machine farms 

Grain combines.. farms 



reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

reporting, 
reporting, 
rep el .ing. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
number, 
epoi ting. 



50.07S 
45.926 









Corn pickers farms 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting.. 

Field forage harvesters farms 

Motortrucks farms 

Tractors, including garden tractors.... 



reporting. 

number, 
reporting. 

number, 
reporting. 



1 tractor farms 

2 tractors farms 

3 tractors farms 

4 tractorB farms 

5 or more tractors .farms 

Wheel tractors other than garden 

Garden tractors 

Crawler tractors 

Automobiles ..farms 

Farms reporting automobiles and/or motortrucks. 



reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

. . .number, 
reporting. 



1.937 
68.013 



1.003 
105.260 
122.213 



iS,813 
145.216 
(NA) 
(NA) 
12.165 
(NA) 
I HA) 
7.143 
6.617 
7.016 



5.984 
(NA) 
(NA) 
49.794 
54.957 
49.342 
58.818 
2 41 . 744 
2 4.656 



102,938 
119.846 
W2.93S 



102.576 
20.431 
1.675 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

; . 324 

2.243 

2.422 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

25,175 

27,194 

22,367 

24,409 

20,764 

1,320 

283 



95,883 
102,997 
95,883 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

39,851 

42,288 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
17,830 
19,100 
11,246 
11,927 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

& 

(NA) 

88,979 

98,699 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

61,631 
'10,691 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
6,740 
7,183 
6,951 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
82,034 
86 , 784 
(NA) 



dwelling," and the 1920 inquiry referred to gas or electricity in "operato 



KENTUCKY 

State Table 7.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 

QData In italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



31 



(For definitions and explanati 



1950 
(April 1) 



1940 
(April 1) 



1930 
(April 1) 



Far* workers for specified week: 1 

Family and/or hired workers 2 farms reporting. . 

persons. ■ 

Average per farm reporting persons. . 



Operators working 1 or more hours — 

Unpaid members of operator's family 
working 15 or more hours 



Workers hired by month persons.. 

Workers hired by day or week persons. . 

Workers hired by hour or on 

piece-work basis persons.. 

No report as to basis of payment persons.. 



2 hired workers farms reporting. . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 or more workers farms reporting. . 

Faras by kind of workers durios specified week: 

No workers reported farms . . 

Family workers and hired workers- farms.. 

Operator and hired workers farms.. 



Members of operator's family and hired workers. ..farms.. 
Family workers only farms. . 

Operator only farms . . 

Operator and members of his family farms.. 

Members of operator's family only faros.. 

Hired workers only farms. . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 1 



$1 to $99 farms reporting.. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting.. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting.. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. . 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting.. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 to $9,999 farms reporting.. 

$10,000 to $19,999 farms reporting.. 

$20,000 and over farms reporting.. 



Feed fo 

Gasoline sad other pe 

Caaaerci.l fertiliter 



oleua fuel „J 



Uii 



l.« 



•ad li 



w. set 

S.913 



475 

u.oes 

21.757 

12.480 

fl. 742 
535 
145.692 
98.997 
13. 685 
3.010 
1.932 



ii>.33i 
17.911 
16.743 
6.248 



254.003 
16i.S77 



15.382 



232 
39.717 

14.793 

5.994 
927 
153.828 
99.402 
44.488 
9.938 
2.978 



45.930 
17.798 
17.38i 



.Oil 



6,921 
1,809 



69 

24,121 
8,723 
6,229 

2,269 

225 

204,395 

138,050 

61,965 

4,380 

1,262 



48,488 
17,000 
15,426 
6,773 
4,571 



(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

37,259 

16,008 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
190,540 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
9,087 



(NA) 

23,419 

36,915 

(NA) 
(NA) 



16,940 

3,779 

1,924 

655 

121 

8,996 

19,681 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
245,883 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3,738 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 



NA Not available. 

1 Census of 1954, week of Sept. 26-0ct. ?.; Census of 1950, week preceding enumeration; Censuses of 1945 and 1935, first week of January; Census of 1940, last week of March. 
2 See text for differences in definition of farm workers. 

3 For CensuB of 1954, expenditures during calendar year 1954; for earlier censuses, expenditures during the preceding calendar year. 

*Cash payments for farm labor; housework not included. For 1954, 1950, 1945, and 1940, the data do not Include expenditures for contract construction work, machine hire, and 
labor Included in cost of machine hire. For 1920, the value of board furnished was Included. 
'Farms reporting tons of commercial fertilizer. 



32 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table 8.-HIRED FARM LABOR AND WAGE RATES 

[Figures on number of workers and wage rates are for hired persons working the week of 



(For definitions and explan&tio 



Hired vorkers farms reporting. 

persona . 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or A hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more . .farms reporting. 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting. 

Paid on a Bonlhly basis ..farms reporting. 

Undei $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting . 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting . 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid od a daily basis farras reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farmB repor ting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting.. 

$5 per day [aTms reporting. , 

$6 per day f arms reporting. . 

$7 per day f arms reporting. . 

$8 per day farms reporting.. 

$9 per day f ^^ reporting. . 

$10 and over per day farms reporting., 

"u^Vtr, T IV b u S ' S farms reporting., 

ESS'S-ST,^::::::::::: ST™*- 

8 « E foil per \r "»»"»"":»::""::::::::::::::::Ss: £K: 

to'55 ?„ *n'£ P " ^ r *™° "porting.. 

£•" T ° !?•" " er *»* farms reporting.. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour Pnmic _—,-,.+ *„„ 

tl'fo £ *}£ P s OUr farms reporting.. 

«w2 „" P J OUr ^ms reporting.. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms r^rUnf. . 

P.id on . pi.c--.ork basi farM reporting.. 

Expeoditur,, for hir,d labor i„ 1954 farms reporting.. 

$1 to $99 „ dollars.. 

$100 to $199 :::::: ^ reporting.. 

$200 to $499 J"™ reporting.. 

$500 to $999 . J"™ reporting.. 

$1,000 to $2,499:::::::::::::::: c;™ reporting.. 

$2 500 to $4 999 J"™ 8 "Porting.. 

$5 000 and over.. farms reporting. . 

farms reporting. . 

F "$l to t $9"' >e '"' i " ,r " f ° r kiPed l " b * r ■"" °° """' * ,rke " "!»■•>'«■• -farms reporting.. 

$ioo to $199:::::::: f^ reporting.. 

$200 to $499 f" 1 " 3 reporting.. 

$500 to $999 f"™ 5 reporting.. 

$1,000 to $2,499:::::::::::::': j 8 ™ reporting.. 

$2,500 to $4 999 farms reporting.. 

$5 000 and over '" 8Tn18 reporting.. 

farms reporting. . 



10,864 

5,918 

4,229 

2,203 

475 

5,677 

10, 576 

3,649 

1,065 

663 

220 

80 

19,703 

46,973 

9,104 

4,919 

3,479 

1,840 

361 



Economic class 



1,014 

90,265 
30,357,525 
42,884 
17,941 
16,743 
6,248 



1,337 

663 

66,576 

37,311 

13,991 

10,809 

3,042 

1,199 

196 

28 



21,051 

52,822 

9,316 

5,327 

3,837 

2,108 

463 

5,482 

10,155 

3,514 

1,039 

646 

214 

69 

17,229 

42,667 

7,661 

4,339 

3,114 

1,755 

360 

3,822 

1,660 

15,569 



16,406 
50 
1,133 
3,134 
4,073 
3,905 
1,649 
665 
1,160 



839 

74,669 

28,761,846 

30,903 

15,784 

15,615 

6,073 

4,363 

1,292 

639 

53,618 

26,821 

12,356 

10,101 

2,942 

1,174 

196 

28 



Commercial farms 



1,850 
3,206 
1,107 



KENTUCKY 



33 



BY ECONOMIC CLASS: CENSUS OF 1954 

Sept. 26-Oct. 2. Data are based on reports for only a sample of farms. 



(For definitions and explanations. 



Economic class — Continued 



Commercial farms — Continued 



Other farms 



Residential 



Hired worker* farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3or4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting. 

Paid on • ■•otbly hui farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid od a weekly baaia farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over oer week farms reporting. 

Paid oo a daily baaia farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting. 

$6 per day farms reporting, 

$7 per day farms reporting. 

$8 per dBy farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid od an hourly baaia farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on a piece-work baaia farms reporting. 

Expenditure* for hir*d labor io 1*54 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to *499 farms reporting . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. 

Farms «i tb expendi tnrea for hired labor bat bo hired worker* reported. . .farms reporting. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 » farms reporting. , 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. , 

$500 to $999 f anna reporting. . 

$1,000 to $2,499 f armfl reporting.. 

f 2 '"? to **' 999 farM reporting.. 

$5,000 and over faros reporting. . 



14,470 
2,929 
1,534 
1,153 



5,578 
13,192 
2,471 
1,367 
1,058 



6T7 



23,073 

7,852 
6,065 



8,911 
2,197 
1,232 



8,474 
2,042 
1,193 



22,468 

3,075,025 

12,135 

5,569 



18,028 
10,619 
4,473 
2,519 



11,677 

924,792 

8,801 

1,836 



lo,ob: 

7,936 
1,465 



85 
25 


35 




35 


20 




30 


10 




251 


191 


2 


5 

10 


5 


1 


106 
5 


60 
5 


1 


60 


61 




35 
5 


20 
10 




20 


25 




105 


70 




9,278 


6,254 


64 




364,967 


383,752 


6,663 


5,318 




1,586 






838 


290 




125 


45 


5 


46 


25 


15 


20 


5 


20 


7,666 


5,282 


10 


5,838 


4,652 




1,225 


410 




528 


180 




65 


30 


5 


10 


10 


5 



34 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 9.-HIRED FARM LABOR AND WAGE RATES 



[Figures on number of workers and 



for hired persons working the week of 



Hi red workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular workers (to be employed 130 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting. 

Paid on b Boothly basis farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on a daily basis farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting. 

$6 per day farms reporting. 

$7 per day farms reporting. 

$8 per day farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid on an hourly basis farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on a pirre-work basis farms reporting. 

Expenditures for hired labor in 1954 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$l f 0O0 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. 

Farns with expenditures for hired labor hut no hired workers reported. . .farms reporting. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farlns reporting.. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting., 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting.. 

$2,500 to $4,999 rarms reporting.. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting.. 



23,689 
57,549 
10,864 
5,918 



5,677 
10,576 
3,649 
1,065 



19,703 
46,973 
9,104 



1,014 

90,265 

30,357,525 

42,884 

17,941 

6,248 
4,449 

1,337 

663 

66,576 

37,311 

13,991 

10,809 

3,042 

1,199 

196 

28 



Tenure of operator 1 



11,432 
26,339 
5,432 
2,937 



5,691 
2,007 



119 
34 
9,236 
20,648 
4,483 
2,369 
1,56 5 

679 

140 
2,196 

922 
8,314 



1,966 
2,313 
2,102 



39,853 
14,521,259 

17,743 
8,090 



357 
28,421 
15,387 
6,232 
4,819 
1,363 



4,656 
11,674 
1,933 



3,813 
9,276 
1,637 

1,017 



14,717 

6,413,992 

5,715 

3,243 



10,061 
4,885 
2,508 
1,890 



4,761 
13,683 
1,906 

1,111 



39 
15,090 

6,549 
3,606 
3,381 
1,067 
.. 30 
57 



en by ■ 



of operator for 



al fa 






KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954 



35 



reports for only a sample of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations. 



Hired workers farms reporting., 

persons. , 

1 hired worker farms reporting., 

2 hired workers farms reporting . . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting.. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting., 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting,. 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting., 

persons. , 

1 hired worker farms reporting. . 

2 hired workers farms reporting., 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. , 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting.. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting., 

persons . . 

1 hired worker farms reporting., 

2 hired workers farms reporting.. 

3 or4 hired workers farms reporting.. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting., 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting., 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting., 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting.. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting., 

Paid on ■ aonthly basis farms reporting. 

'Jnder $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting.. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week i arms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on a daily basis farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting. 

$6 per day farms reporting. 

$7 per day farms reporting. 

$8 per day farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid on an hourly hasia farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour forms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on a piere-vork basis farms reporting. 

Kipendi tiires for hired lubor in 1954 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. 

F«ra» with expenditure* for hirrd labor but no hired workers reported ... farms reporting.. 

$1 lo $99 farms reporting.. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting., 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting., 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting., 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. , 

$5,000 and over farms reporting., 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — Continued 



5,818 

1,610,125 

2,267 

1,431 

1,251 

501 

290 



71 

7,719 

1,767,255 

3,327 

1,810 

1,771 

505 

260 



6,328 

2,947 

1,341 



36 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 9—HfRED FARM LABOR AND WAGE RATES 



[Figures on number of workers and wage 



rking the week of 



Total 

all farms 
of white 
operators 



Tenure of operator 1 



Hired workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or A hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting. 

Paid on a monthly basis farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting.. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. . 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting . 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms reporting., 

Under $5 per week farms reporting., 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting.. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting., 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. , 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting., 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting., 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting.. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting.. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting., 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting . , 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting., 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. . 

Paid on a daily basis farms reporting., 

$1 per day farms reporting., 

$2 per day farms reporting. , 

$3 per day farms reporting., 

$4 per day farms reporting., 

$5 per day farms reporting. , 

$6 per day farms reporting. , 

$7 per day farms reporting., 

$8 per day farms reporting . , 

$9 per day farms reporting., 

$10 and over per day farms reporting., 

Paid on an hourly basis.. farms reporting., 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting., 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting., 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting., 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting., 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting.. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting., 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting.. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting.. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting.. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting.. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting.. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting.. 

Paid on a piece-work basis farms reporting.. 

Expenditures for hired labor in 1954 farms reporting., 

. dollars.. 

I 1 to * 9 l farms reporting.. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting.. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting.. 

$500 to $999 farma reporting.. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting.. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farras reporting.. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting.. 

Faras with expenditures for hired labor but no hired workers reported. . .farms reporting.. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. . 

$100 to $199 farms reporting".. 

||gg £ f£ '™ report^.. 

puu to J999 farms reporting. . 

*1.°99 W £' i99 farms reporting.. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farlBS rating.. 

$5,000 and over raras reporting.. 



23,258 
56,067 
10,719 



5,651 
10,544 
3,624 
1,065 



19,283 
45,523 
8,969 



3,975 
1,676 
17,607 



1,178 
3,604 
4,650 



11,306 
25,987 
5,382 
2,917 
1,978 
845 
184 
3,112 
5,679 
2,002 



2,195 

917 

1,194 



1,951 
2,278 
2,077 



88,184 


39, 342 


,954,730 


14,435,509 


41,849 


17,463 


17,516 


8,005 


16,363 


7,779 


6,063 


3,023 


4,394 


2,101 


1,337 


615 


662 


356 


64,926 


28,036 


36,441 


15,157 


13,656 


6,177 


10,499 


4,739 


2,932 


1,343 


1,174 


509 



4,551 
11,434 
1,878 
1,231 



3,718 
9,056 
1,592 



168 

14,392 

,322,827 

5,570 

3,178 

3,003 

1,108 

1,031 

324 

178 

9,841 

4,785 

2,453 

1,850 



1,891 
1,081 



3,943 
11,534 
1,508 



5 
5 

337 


5 
26 


10 




65 


5 


61 




66 


15 


105 


: 


25 

5 


5 


3,698 


57 


126 




467 


5 


667 




875 


27 


473 


5 


250 


10 


580 




70 




190 


10 


367 


5 


5 




5 




15 




161 




26 


5 


15 




45 




75 




10 




10 




217 


6 


18,916 


268 


6,199,832 


344,870 


7,100 


IOC 


4,196 


4C 


4,442 


55 


1,730 


2C 


1,113 


2C 


296 


21 


39 


12 


14,300 


165 


6,229 


80 


3,406 


40 


3,201 


35 


987 


10 


420 




57 
... 





*Data i 



given by tenure of operator : 



cial farms only. 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



37 



based on reports for only a sample of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenan ts — Conti nued 



Hired workers farms reporting. , 

persons., 

1 hired worker farms reporting., 

2 hired workers farms reporting., 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting., 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting., 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting., 

persons . , 

1 hired worker farms reporting., 

2 hired workers farms reporting., 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting., 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting., 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting., 

persons . , 

1 hired worker farms reporting.. 

2 hired workers farms reporting., 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting., 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting., 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting . . 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting., 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting., 

Paid on a Monthly basis farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on ■ weekly basis farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week i arms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on a daily bsaia farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting. 

$6 per day farms reporting. 

$7 per day farms reporting. 

$8 per day farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid on an hourly basis. farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0,34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on a piece-work basis farms reporting. 

Bnaaaul] lor*i for hired labor in 1°54 farms reporting. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 faros reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. , 

Faraa with expenditures for hired labor but no hired workers reported .. .farms reporting., 

il to $99 farms reporting. , 

100 to $199 farms reporting . , 

200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 fapniB reporting., 

$1,000 to $2,499 farnia reporting., 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. , 

$5,000 and over farms reporting., 



70 

5,658 

1,570,590 

2,212 

1,401 

1,211 

466 

290 



4,438 
1,962 
1,136 



7,064 

1,638,080 

3,077 

1,620 

1,626 

445 

250 



5,743 

1,360 

. ■ 



38 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 9.-HIRED FARM LABOR AND WAGE RATES 

[Figures on number of workers and wage rates are for hired persons working the week of 



(For definitions and explanatii 



Total 
all farms 
of nonwhite 
operators 



Tenure of oper 






1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or 4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more farms 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms 

1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or <4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more farms 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms 

1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or 4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more farms 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms 



reporting. 

persons, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting . 

persons, 
reporting. 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

persons, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 



Paid on a monthly basis farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting. 

$50 to $64 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting . 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on a daily basis farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting . 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting . 

$6 per day farms reporting. 

$7 per day farms reporting . 

$8 per day farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

ly basis farms reporting. 

per hour farms reporting. 

.34 per hour farms reporting. 

.44 per hour farms reporting. 

.54 per hour farms reporting. 

.64 per hour farms reporting. 

.74 per hour farms reporting. 

.84 per hour farms reporting. 

.99 per hour farms reporting. 

.14 per hour farms reporting. 

.29 per hour farms reporting.. 

.44 per hour... farms reporting. 

per hour farms reporting.. 



Paid on ■ 


n hoar 


Under $0.25 


$0.25 


to $0. 


$0.35 


to $0. 


$0.45 


to $0. 


$0.55 


to $0. 


$0.65 


to $0. 


$0.75 


to $0. 


$0.85 


to $0. 


$1.00 


to $1. 


$1.15 


to$l. 


$1.30 


to $1. 


$1.45 


and ov 






for hired labor 



1<»54. 






$1 to $99 farms 

$100 to $199 farms 

$200 to $499 farms 

$500 to $999 farms 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms 

$5,000 and over farms 

ras with expenditures for hired labor but no hired workers reported. . .farms 

$1 to $99 farms 

$100 to $199 _ farms 

$200 to $499 f arms 

$500 to $999 f arms 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms 

$5, 000 and over farms 



importing. . 

reporting. . 
dollars. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting.. 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting., 
reporting., 
reporting. . 



2,081 

402,795 

1,035 



x Data . 



■ by ' 



of operator for i 



ial farms only. 



KENTUCKY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



39 



based on reports for only a sample of farms. See 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Hired workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

1 hired worker farms reporting.. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. , 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting.. 

persons. . 

1 hired worker farms reporting.. 

2 hired workers farms reporting. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. . 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting.. 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than ISO days) farms reporting. 

1 hired worker farms reporting.. 

2 hired workers farms reporting.. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. , 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. . 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting. , 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting.: 

Pa i d on a mniMv baai* farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting . 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month faros reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly hnai« farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week larms reporting. 

$8 to $11 per week farms reporting. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farms reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms reporting. 

$80 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on ■> daily baaia farms reporting. 

$1 per day farms reporting. 

$2 per day farms reporting. 

$3 per day farms reporting. 

$4 per day farms reporting. 

$5 per day farms reporting. 

$6 per day farms reporting. 

$7 per day farms reporting. 

$8 per day farms reporting. 

$9 per day farms reporting. 

$10 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid oa an hourly basia farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on a pieee-work baais farms reporting. 

Expenditure for hired labor in l°54 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting.. 

Far** with expendiiurea for hired labor but no hired workers reported .. .farms reporting.. 

!1 to $99 farms reporting. , 
100 to $199 farms reporting., 
200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting., 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting., 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting., 

$5,000 and over farms reporting., 



Tenure of operator 1 — Continued 



Tenants — C on t inued 



40 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 10—HIRED FARM LABOR AND WAGE RATES 



[Figures on number of workers and wage 



persons working the 1 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



rkers farms reporting. 

persons, 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting. 
reporting. 



1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or -4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more «... farms 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms 

1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or 4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more farms 

Seasonal workers (to be employed less than 150 days) farms 

1 hired worker farms 

2 hired workers farms 

3 or 4 hired workers farms 

5 to 9 hired workers farms 

10 hired workers or more farms 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms 






-: r- 



reporting. 

persons . 
reporting, 
reporting. 
repc rti tig. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

persons. 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

Paid on a monthly basis farms reporting. 

Under $25 per month farms reporting. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting . 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting . 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting. 

$325 and over per month farms reporting. 

Paid on a weekly basis farms 

Under $5 per week farms 

$5 to $7 per week i arms 

$8 to $11 per week farms 

$12 to $19 per week farms 

$20 to $24 per week farms 

$25 to $29 per week farms 

$30 to $39 per week farms 

$40 to $49 per week farms 

$50 to $59 per week farms 

$60 to $69 per week farms 

$70 to $79 per week farms 

$80 and over per week farms : 

Paid on a daily basis 

$1.00 per day farms : 

$2.00 per day 

$3.00 per day 

$4.00 per day farms : 

$5.00 per day farms : 

$6.00 per day farms : 

$7.00 per day farms : 

$8.00 per day farms : 

$9.00 per day farms 

$10.00 and over per day 

Paid on an hourly basis farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

34 per hour farms reporting. 

44 per hour farms reporting. 

54 per hour farms reporting. 

64 per hour farms reporting. 

74 per hour farms reporting. 

84 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.85 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 



•farms reporting. 



Expenditures for hired labor in 1954 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. 

Faras with expenditures for hired lahor but no hired workers reported. . .farms reporting. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting . 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5 , 000 and over farms reporting . 



23,689 

57,549 

10,864 

5,918 

4,229 

2,203 

475 

5,677 

10, 576 

. 

1,065 

663 

220 

80 

19,703 

46,973 

9,104 

4,919 

3,479 

1,840 

361 



reporting. . 
reporting. . 
reporting. . 


5 


reporting. . 


86 


reporting. . 


331 


reporting. . 


403 


reporting. . 


329 


reporting. . 


469 


reporting.. 


ISO 


reporting. . 


68 


reporting.. 


26 


reporting. . 


10 


reporting. . 


5 


reporting. . 


18,238 


reporting. . 


55 


reporting. . 


1,188 


reporting. . 


3,634 


reporting, . 


4,705 


reporting. . 


4,300 


reporting.. 


1,769 


reporting. . 


690 


reporting.. 


1,215 


reporting. . 


145 


reporting. . 


537 



90,265 


2,530 


,357,525 


1,105,888 


42,884 


927 


17,941 


555 


16,743 


506 


6,248 


234 



66,576 
37,311 
13,991 



10,244 

25,992 

. 

2,740 

1,237 

178 
1,377 
2,008 
1,062 



9,309 


1 


23,984 


1 


, 


1 


2,577 




, 




1,164 




159 




935 





1,397 
1,840 
1,980 
1,081 



242 


46,796 


302,612 


10,958,882 


55 


. 


45 


10,531 


55 


9,339 


35 


3,147 


20 


1,701 


6 


36 3 


26 


77 


150 


. 


45 


19,052 


45 


8,466 


45 




10 


. 



KENTUCKY 



41 



BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1954 

Sept. 26-0ct. 2. Data axe based on reports for only a sample of farms- 



Type of farm — Continued 



and explanations, 



other than 
dairy and 
poultry 



Hired workers farms reporting. . 

persons . . 

1 hired worker farms reporting. . 

2 hired workers farms reporting . . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting.. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting. . 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting.. 

Regular workers (to be employed 150 days or more) farms reporting.. 

persons.. 

1 hired worker farms reporting. . 

2 hired workers farms reporting. . 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting.. 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting. . 

Seasonal workers {to be employed less than 150 days) farms reporting.. 

persons.. 

1 hired worker farms reporting . , 

2 hired workers farms reporting.. 

3 or 4 hired workers farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 hired workers farms reporting.. 

10 hired workers or more farms reporting.. 

Regular hired workers and no seasonal hired workers farms reporting.. 

Both regular and seasonal hired workers farms reporting.. 

Seasonal hired workers and no regular hired workers farms reporting.. 

Paid on a aonthly basis farm 

Under $25 per month farms reporting.. 

$25 to $34 per month farms reporting.. 

$35 to $49 per month farms reporting.. 

$50 to $84 per month farms reporting.. 

$85 to $109 per month farms reporting.. 

$110 to $129 per month farms reporting.. 

$130 to $169 per month farms reporting.. 

$170 to $214 per month farms reporting.. 

$215 to $274 per month farms reporting.. 

$275 to $324 per month farms reporting., 

$325 and over per month farms reporting.. 

Paid on a aeebly basi* farms reporting. 

Under $5 per week farms reporting. 

$5 to $7 per week farms reporting. 

$3 to $11 per week farms reporting.. 

$12 to $19 per week farms reporting. 

$20 to $24 per week farms reporting. 

$25 to $29 per week farms reporting. 

$30 to $39 per week farms reporting. 

$40 to $49 per week farma reporting. 

$50 to $59 per week farms reporting. 

$60 to $69 per week farms reporting. 

$70 to $79 per week farms rei-ortlng. 

$60 and over per week farms reporting. 

Paid on a daily Hani* forms reporting., 

$1.00 per day farms reporting., 

$2.00 per day farms reporting., 

$3.00 per day farms reporting. 

$4.00 per day farms reporting. 

$5.00 per day farms reporting. 

$6.00 per day farms reporting. 

$7.00 per day farms reporting. 

$6.00 per day farms reporting. 

$9.00 per day farms reporting. 

$10.00 and over per day farms reporting. 

Paid on an hourly ba»i» farms reporting. 

Under $0.25 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.25 to $0.34 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.35 to $0.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.45 to $0.54 per hour forma reporting. 

$0.55 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.65 to $0.74 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.75 to $0.64 per hour farms reporting. 

$0.05 to $0.99 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.00 to $1.14 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.15 to $1.29 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.30 to $1.44 per hour farms reporting. 

$1.45 and over per hour farms reporting. 

Paid on n pirrr-wort has is farms reporting. 

Expenditures for hired labor in 1951 farms reporting. 

dollars. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

$2,500 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 and over farms reporting.. 

Farns with eipendi turr* for hired lobor hul no hired workers reported. . .farms reporting., 

$1 to $99 farms reporting.. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting. . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting., 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. , 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting., 

$2,500 to $4,999 f arms reporting., 

$5,000 and over farms reporting. , 



5,078 



10,166 
2,093 
1,037 



1,833 
3,298 
1,132 



2,321 
4,927 
1,162 



1,278 

555 

2,552 



10, 373 

2,989 
1,763 
2,464 

402 

179 



1,892 
3,753 

1,021 



56 

2,565,489 

2,422 

1,293 

1,388 

612 

475 



42 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 



State Table H.-DATE OF ENUMERATION: CENSUSES OF 1954. 1950, AND 1945 

[Data are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text! 



Census of 1954 
Census starting date — November 3 


Kentucky 


Census of 1950 
Census date— April 1 


Kentucky 




Nov. 14-Nov. 20 

(Z) 
(Z) 

(z) 
u 

23 
23 
15 

2 
1 
1 


t. of em. 


Apr. 15-Apr. 28 


Percent of farms enumerated during — 


Percent of farms enumerated during— 






32 






















1 








November 1 to 6 


Census of 1945 

Census date — January 1 














m of emi 






















December 1 to 4 








16 
11 












24 


December 19 to 25 










December 26 to 31 




16 







Less than . 



KENTUCKY 



43 



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44 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 13.— LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 



[D 


ta for number of lives 


ock not fully 


omparable for 


the several cen 


uses. See Sta 


te Table 12 and 


text] 






Item 
(For definitions and explanatic 


ns, see text) 


1954 
(November) 


1950 
(April l) 


1945 
(January l) 


1940 
(April l) 


of — 

1935 
(January 1) 


1930 
(April 1) 


1925 
(January l) 


1920 
(January l) 


Total value of specified classes of live 


stock dollars.. 


183,242,909 


257,267,460 


160,584,217 


103,329,759 


79,693,128 


120,931,359 


84,558,356 


156,658,233 


Cattle and dairy products: 




153,575 
1,671,821 


173,186 
1,651,658 


199,876 
1,417,585 


208,036 
1,130,152 


233,245 

1,211,508 


197,312 

1,086,310 


(NA) 
904,983 


231,264 




number . . 


1,093,453 




value.. dollars.. 


125,413,279 


181,151,533 


80,304,268 


42,035,835 


23,202,074 


52,044,371 


26,337,849 


52,291,343 


Cows, including heifers that 




150,006 
919,458 


173,968 
836,365 


195,108 
796,548 


203,410 
612,423 


228,128 
676,782 


(NA) 
510,212 


(NA) 
521,650 


(NA) 




number . . 


520,664 




value. .dollars.. 


83,670,678 


124,868,271 


55,265,544 


27,126,749 


16,242,768 


33,791,982 


18,614,801 


32,721,633 


Milk co\ 




137,099 
556,491 


166,027 
636,391 


(NA) 
(NA) 


201,709 
547,151 


(NA) 
(NA) 


185,406 

474,298 


168,463 
387,592 


206,048 






441,346 


Da'r s sold 




(NA) 


85,365 


91, 558 


86,443 


(NA) 


95,829 


(NA) 


(NA) 




dollars. . 


1 44,338,709 


41,315,508 


31,511,036 


12,288,993 


(NA) 


20,819,683 


(NA) 


10,716,872 






37,444 
1,169,141,860 


35,549 
865,342,437 


31,857 
724,232,218 


21,366 
429,983,874 


(NA) 
(NA) 


19,362 
334,648,738 


(NA) 
150,458,823 


15,952 




pounds. . 


107,234,544 




dollars.. 


41,731,888 


33,899,757 


2 23, 124,688 


2 8, 294,035 


(NA) 


9,188,001 


(NA) 


3,618,807 


Cream sold 




19,942 
6,111,717 


50,021 
14,123,829 


57,977 
17,150,567 


58,434 
17,054,179 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 




pounds of butterfat.. 


(NA) 




dollars.. 


2,606,821 


7,180,507 


2 8, 098, 912 


2 3, 549,615 


(NA) 


10,393,417 


(NA) 


4,507,748 


Butter, buttermilk, skim milk, 




(NA) 


,"■ ' 


3 5,273 


3 13,091 


(NA) 


3 21,808 


(NA) 


3 63,065 




dollars.. 


(NA) 


235,244 


2 287,436 


2 445,.s43 


(NA) 


3 1,238,265 


(NA) 


3 2, 590,317 


Cows milked, day preceding enumeratic 


n, .. .farms reporting.. 
number of cows.. 


128,764 
381,954 


152,804 
401,524 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


163,325 
358,613 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


Milk produced, day preceding enume 




667,167 


791,933 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


622,855 


(NA) 


(NA) 


Cows and heifers milked during any 




(NA) 


(NA) 


195,397 


204,950 


227,302 


190,060 


214,010 


(NA) 




number . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


575,365 


514,665 


584,784 


488,562 


469,194 


(NA) 


Morses and mules: 




104,371 
209,384 


149,586 
357,834 


(NA) 
421,563 


170,368 
456,323 


180,779 
449,837 


183,161 
500,205 


209,051 
601,232 


(NA) 




numl er . . 


675,299 




value. .dollars. . 


11,486,150 


23,910,207 


43,016,413 


43,530,848 


40,818,699 


38,515,957 


33,803,527 


72,457,480 


Horses and colts, including ponies 




58,120 


96,213 


104,898 


111,308 


112,519 


(NA) 


(NA) 


181,378 




number.. 


107,689 


199,427 


222,273 


238,757 


209,641 


247,955 


307,163 


382,442 




value. .dollars. . 


5,384,450 


11,386,537 


19,403,999 


21,526,474 


16,672,898 


16,714,131 


14,978,430 


37,075,671 


Mules and mule colts 


farms reporting 


58,405 
101,695 


81,345 
158,407 


96,078 

199,290 


107,180 
217,566 


118,861 
240,196 


(NA) 
252,250 


(NA) 
294,069 


123,823 




number. . 


292,857 




value. .dollars. . 


6,101,700 


12,523,670 


23,612,414 


22,004,374 


24,145,801 


21,801,826 


18,825,097 


35,381,809 


Hogs: 




100,101 
1,059,766 


130,805 
1,530,337 


121,088 
1,048,113 


163,527 
1,053,242 


153,158 

1,034,991 


128,936 
1,034,593 


126,756 
919,304 


188,103 




number, . 


1,504,431 




value.. dollars. . 


30,120,113 


24,843,376 


15,847,169 


6,852,689 


5,485,452 


10,363,951 


8,085,609 


15,471,514 






84,514 


113,640 


(NA) 


163,527 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(•») 




number . . 


441,773 


753,600 


(NA) 


1,053,242 


(NA) 


667,421 


(«*) 


(<H») 






53,200 


69,346 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


38,638 


(NA) 


[«•) 




number.. 


617,993 


776,737 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


367,172 


(«•) 


(«) 






42,915 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




number.. 


189,462 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 






31,496 


67,179 


55,965 


66,935 


61,578 


42,194 


(NA) 


106,936 




number. . 


98,372 


195,478 


134,110 


152,351 


112,375 


86,680 


125,689 


218,714 






30,840 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




number.. 


91,090 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


Sheep and wool: 




12,053 
535,823 


13,983 

981,783 


20,571 
852,222 


30,116 
988,986 


1,079,655 


31,763 
1,597,223 


26,806 
695,962 


35,797 






707,845 




value. .dollars.. 


9,791,953 


19,349,596 


10,483,342 


6,725,230 


5,344,292 


12,531,710 


6,596,785 


7,905,169 






11,706 


13,583 


(NA) 


30, 116 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




number.. 


450,565 


506,600 


(NA) 


988,986 


(NA) 


838,477 


629,875 


619,393 






11,392 


13,472 


19,695 


28,479 


32,204 


(NA) 


(NA) 


33,636 




number . . 


426, 130 


474,146 


665,810 


898,422 


897,181 


799,467 


597,584 


583,997 




farms reporting 


9 762 


10 178 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 




number. . 


24,435 


32,454 


(NA) 


90,564 


(NA) 


39,010 


32,291 


35,396 






5,847 


13,160 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


16,284 




number. . 


85,258 


475,183 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


758,746 


66,087 


88,452 


c heep and lambs shorn 


farms reporting 


11,408 
470,192 


13,659 
511,439 


18,969 
(NA) 


26,473 
875,739 


30,272 
898,066 


26,858 
782,929 


(NA) 
635,423 


27,738 




number shorn.. 


640,262 






3,123,032 


3,255,535 


4,035,398 


4,721,329 


4,589,659 


3,688,181 


•V'' ,'■ ■ 


3,001,263 




value. .dollars. . 


1,623,979 


1,599,294 


1,954,649 


1,251,438 


1,193,311 


1,474,115 


1,168,370 


1,770,745 



KENTUCKY 

State Table 13.-LIVEST0CK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 -Continued 



[Data for 



fully comparable for 



See State Table 12 and text] 



45 



and explanatii 



Goals and aohair: 

Goats and kids farms reporting. . 

value . . dollars . . 
Angora goats and kids farms reporting.. 

Other goats and kids farms reporting.. 

Coats and kids clipped farms reporting.. 

number.. 

Mohair clipped pounds.. 

value . . dollars . . 

Poultry and poultry product*: 

Poultry and/or poultry products sold farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 

Chickens, 4 months old and over, on hand. .farms reporting.. 

number.. 
value. .dollars.. 

Chickens sold faros reporting.. 

nunber . . 
dollars 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting.. 

dozens.. 

Turkey hens, to be kept for 

breeding, on hand farms reporting.. 

number.. 
Turkeys raised farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Ducks raised farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Geese raised farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Guineas raised farms reporting.. 

number.. 

Turkeys, ducks, geese, and other miscellaneous 

poultry, and their eggs sold farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 
Aniaal. sold .live! 

Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, or 

mules sold alive farms reporting.. 

dollars. . 

Cattle, hogs, or sheep sold alive farms reporting.. 

Cattle and/or calves sold alive. ....... .farms reporting.. 

number . . 
dollars. . 

Cattle sold alive, excluding 

calves farms reporting.. 

number . . 
dollars. . 

Calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number., 
dollars. . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting.. 

number. . 
dollars.. 

Sheep and lambs sold alive farms reporting.. 

number. . 
dollars. 

Horses and mules sold alive farms reporting. 

number.. 
dollars. 



(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
Hi) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

75,624 

14,180,350 

153,283 

7,566,369 

6,431,414 

28,360 

7,244,331 

5,131,806 

67,736 

19,310,931 

6,745,188 

1,961 

40,157 

3,330 

429,689 

4,448 
31,878 

1,452 
11,417 

697 



2,002 
2,303,356 

118,987 
107,222,923 
118,067 
108,397 
840,011 
59,256,277 

53,024 

358,505 

38,219,539 

96,596 

481,506 

21,036,738 

51,252 

972,759 

34,222,779 

11,359 

482,084 

7,888,012 

5,611 

10,604 

5,855,855 



4,604 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1- 

120,842 

15,783,216 

185,798 

8,175,436 

8,012,748 

73,940 

4,327,514 

4,419,259 

107,432 

25,709,372 

9,290,240 

2,426 
33,089 

2,714 
236,967 
4,656 
43,702 
1,479 
10,378 



2,364 
2,073,717 

154,946 
147,160,921 
153,825 
138,048 
832,384 
81,379,694 

57,774 

386,313 

56,893,172 

123,254 

446,071 

24,486,522 

91,796 

1,633,240 

49,371,782 

13,551 

556,672 

10,551,357 

12,067 

24,483 

5,858,088 



37,441 
111,184 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

145,395 

18,220,933 

203,928 

10,255,797 

10,821,841 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
4,033 
178,238 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

138,785 

904,410 

48,738,995 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

77,575 

1,479,658 

35,852,532 

17,748 

700,793 

6,847,225 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(HA) 



3,212 
32,548 
73,618 

545 
10,574 
2,699 
21,974 

477 

(NA) 

20,710 

6,212 

159,315 
7,536,054 

222,126 

8,184,527 

4,111,539 

121,869 

5,281,874 

2,488,609 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

10,403 
55,099 

8,575 
217,342 

3,361 
29,531 



2,027 
21,435 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

138,576 

116,982 

634,322 

20,024,603 

51,179 

336,972 

15,141,455 

95,352 

297,350 

4,883,148 

72,330 

1,223,242 

15,064,455 

22,925 

794,231 

5,686,543 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



4,713 
50,407 
85,692 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
445 
(NA) 
17,848 
3,391 

(NA) 
(NA) 

244,403 
11,062,603 
4,756,919 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

28,459 

163,651 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3,091 
38,871 
101,802 

1, 304 

15,032 

(NA) 

23,839 

(NA) 
7,955 
18,075 
6,685 

(NA) 
(NA) 

215,427 
6,919,683 
7,373,568 

128,642 
5,963,132 
4,899,940 

168,215 
33,954,663 
9,656,142 

(NA) 
(NA) 
26,318 
383,138 
12,061 
92,044 

10,732 

73,123 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2,721 
33,255 
89,343 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
5,433 
12,126 
3,648 

(NA) 
(NA) 

224,486 
11,035,942 



*For 1954, whole milk and cream only. Published values for 1945 and 1940 were computed 
equal the enumerated value of all dairy products sold. 3 Butter sold. 



basis of average 



46 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 14.-FARMS REPORTING SPECIFIED NUMBER OF CATTLE ON HAND: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950; FARMS 
REPORTING SPECIFIED NUMBER OF LIVESTOCK ON HAND OR SOLD ALIVE: CENSUS OF 1954 



eports for only i 



farms. See 



(For definitions and explanati' 



Cattle and calves of all ages on hand farms reporting 1954.. 

1950. . 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

I farms reporting 1954.. 

1950. . 

2 to 4 farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 
5 to 9 farms reporting 1954.. 

1950. . 
10 to 24 farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950. . 
25 to 49 farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 
50 to 99 farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 
100 and over farms reporting 1954.. 

1950. 

Cows on hand 1954, including heifers 

that have calved farms reporting. 

number . 

1 farms reporting.. 

2 farms reporting.. 

3 or 4 farms reporting.. 

5 to 9 farms reporting.. 

10 to 14 farms reporting.. 

15 to 19 farms reporting. . 

20 to 29 farms reporting.. 

30 to 49 farms reporting. . 

50 to 74 farms reporting.. 

75 to 99 farms reporting.. 

100 to 199 farms reporting.. 

200 to 499 farms reporting . . 

500 to 999 farms reporting.. 

1,000 and over farms reporting. 

Milt co»s on hand, 1954 farms reporting. 

number . . 

1 farms reporting. 

2 farms reporting. . 

3 farms reporting. . 

4 farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 farms reporting.. 

10 to 14 farms reporting. 

15 to 19 farms reporting.. 

20 to 29 farms reporting.. 

30 to 49 farms reporting.. 

50 to 74 farms reporting.. 

75 to 99 farms reporting.. 

100 and over farms reporting. . 

Cattle sold alive, excluding calves, 1954 farms reporting.. 

number. . 

1 to 4 farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 farms reporting. . 

10 to 19 farms reporting.. 

20 to 29 farms reporting. . 

30 to 39 farms reporting.. 

40 to 49 farms reporting. . 

50 to 99 farms reporting. . 

100 to 199 farms reporting.. 

200 and over farms reporting.. 

Calves sold alive, 1954 farms reporting.. 

number . . 

1 to 4 farms reporting. . 

5 to 9 farms reporting. 

10 to 14 farms reporting. 

15 to 19 farms reporting.. 

20 to 29 farms reporting.. 

30 to 39 farms reporting.. 

40 to 49 farms reporting. . 

50 to 99 farms reporting. 

100 and over farms reporting.. 



154,242 
178,186 
1,701,736 
1,651,658 
30,603 
36,426 
45,089 
56,813 
29,078 
35,023 
32,337 
34,900 
11,375 
11,003 
3,907 
3,213 
1,353 



927,291 



*3, 
25,198 
23,775 
29,693 

13,160 

5,460 
2,614 



138,130 
559,769 
49,136 
27,983 
13,832 
10,179 
23,964 
7,332 
2,771 
1,973 



728 



12 



5 farms 



Hogs and pigs sold ali 



50- to 99 farms 

100 to 199 farms 



54,553 
380,246 
36,129 

9,115 

5,395 

1,788 

760 

370 



79 
97,414 
479,154 

62,617 
21,947 

• ,4 3 

1,848 
477 



172 



reporting. . 
reporting., 
reporting., 
reporting. , 
reporting., 
reporting. , 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. . 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. . 

farms reporting. 

1954 farms reporting. 

number . 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

reporting. 

reporting. 

reporting. 



reporting. . 

number. . 
reporting. . 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. . 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

number, 
reporting, 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 

number, 
reporting. 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 
reporting. 
reporting., 
reporting. . 
reportit^., 
reporting. , 



Under 25 farms 

25 to 49 farms 

50 to 99 farms 

100 to 199 farms 

200 to 399 farms 

400 to 799 farms 

800 to 1,599 farms 

1,600 and over farms 

Turkeys raised, heavy breeds, 1954 farms 

Under 25 farms 

25 to 49 farms 

50 to 99 farms 

100 to 199 farms 

200 to 399 farms 

400 to 799 farms 

800 to 1,599 farms 

1, 600 and over farms 

Broilers (chickens) sold, 1954 farms 



Under 2,000 farms 

2,000 to 3,999 farms 

4,000 to 7,999 farms 

8,000 to 15,999 farms 

16,000 to 31,999 farms 

32,000 to 39,999 farms 

40,000 to 49,999 farms 

50,000 to 59,999 , farms 

60,000 to 69,999 farms 

70,000 to 79,999 farms 

80,000 to 89,999 farms 

90,000 and over farms 



KENTUCKY 

State Table 15.-NURSERY. GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 



47 



( November ) 



1950 
(April 1) 



1945 

(January 1) 



1940 

(April 1) 



(January 1) 



(January 1) 



(January 1) 



Mursery and greenhouse products, flower and vegetable 
seeds and plants, and bulbs: 

Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and vegetable 

seeds and plants, flowers, and bulbs sold dollars.. 

Nursery products (trees, shrubs, 
vines, ornamentals, etc.) farms reporting.. 

Sold dollars. 

Cat flowers, potted plaots, florist greens, 
and bedding plants grown for sale: 

Grown under glass farms reporting. 

square feet. 
Grown In open farms reporting. 

Sold farms reporting. 

Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and nushrooas produred for sale 

Grown under gisss or lr. house farms reporting. 

square feet. 
Grown in open farms reporting. 

Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 
Foreat products: 

All forest products sold dollars. 

Firewood and fuelwood cut farms reporting. 

cords (4'x 4'x 8'). 

Fence posts cut farms reporting. 

number . 
Sawlogs and veneer logs cut 

(including standing timber sold) farms reporting. 

thousands of bd. ft. 

Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, 
pulpwood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, 
Christmas trees, hewn ties, mine timber, and other 
miscellaneous forest products sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 



452,567 

1,864,290 
27,444 
405,004 
17,574 

2,531,663 



277,601 

3,199,148 

45,197 

720,697 

29,344 

4,023,750 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1,482,759 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



'183 
3 1,959,029 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3 750,958 



897,424 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
'288,217 



*122 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'302,833 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

2,802,221 
81,407 

1,319,281 
24,918 

2,984,863 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

1,523,275 



(v,i 

(NA) 



'235 
5 1, 662, 532 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

'605,608 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
'113,297 

,569,188 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 



NA Not available. 'Trees, plants, vines, etc., in nurseries; flower and vegetable seeds; and bulbs. 2 Flowers and flowering plants grown for sale. 'Crops grown under 

glass (flowers, plants, and vegetablea) and propagated mushrooms. *Flowera, plants, and vegetables grown under glass, and flowers grown in the open. 'Total square feet 

under glass. 6 Flower and vegetable seeds, bulbs, and flowere and plants grown in the open. 'Value of flower and vegetable seeds; vegetables and vegetable plants; and 

mushrooms. 8 Does not include amount sold as standing timber. 



48 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED:' CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954 



1954 


1950 


1945 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1925 


November) 


(April 1) 


(January 1) 


(April 1) 


(January 1) 


(April 1) 


( January 1 ) 


193,487 


218,476 


238,501 


252,894 


278,298 


246,499 


258,524 


175,113 


198,061 


224,567 


240,357 


267,135 


227,535 


(NA) 


4,541,381 


5,053,682 


5,322,477 


5,271,623 


5,418,065 


5,330,821 


5,183,702 


387,949,598 


359,952,003 


362,144,800 


139,356,929 


(») 


(**) 


("•) 


255,424,155 


207,462,772 


198,027,253 


67,084,043 


(NA) 


83,323,887 


(KA) 


136,692 


161,469 


183,605 


210,833 


238,927 


204,567 


220,508 


1,962,527 


2,213,351 


2,422,405 


2,532,427 


2,858,066 


2,843,222 


2,898,307 


91,653,026 


95,710,195 


77,256,503 


43,623,493 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


133,278 


159,310 


181,604 


208,948 


238,346 


196,145 


215,404 


1,864,813 


2,152,732 


2,374,577 


2,480,404 


2,838,054 


2,644,643 


2,751,045 


57,281,608 


71,009,754 


58,766,874 


61,052,096 


62,084,089 


61,008,397 


62,844,742 


4,904 


2,557 


(NA) 


1,960 


(NA) 


2,706 


2,524 


65,378 


26,711 


(NA) 


19,134 


(KA) 


26,858 


25,354 


499,195 


250,412 


(NA) 


172,655 


(NA) 


180,659 


176,811 


3,697 


4,166 


(NA) 


3,957 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


32,336 


33,908 


(NA) 


32,889 


(KA) 


171,721 


121,908 


31,893 


5 19, 524 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


15,434,142 


8,906,046 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


23,151,214 


5 10,794,402 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


16,426 


8,126 


13,030 


15,861 


(NA) 


15,357 


(KA) 


31,811 


12,131 


21,250 


20,898 


59,246 


25,329 


47,165 


1,255,070 


392,370 


502,823 


280,826 


1,003,044 


524,333 


(KA) 


583 


307 


215 


112 


714 


333 


(KA) 


2,126 


539 


361 


260 


1,851 


639 


996 


43,897 


9,329 


5,256 


3,391 


31,972 


7,616 


9,770 


1,226 


240 


(NA) 


. 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


5,446 


834 


(NA) 


420 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


38,396 


5,994 


(NA) 


3,599 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


14,645 


7,603 


12,030 


15,650 


(«*) 


( — ) 


(") 


24,239 


10,758 


19,601 


20,218 


(•*) 




(*») 


43,496 


23,025 


36,032 


50,775 


(«•) 


(<">) 


(<"•) 


21 


6 125 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


3,986 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5,183 


6 4,657 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


283 


( 6 ) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1,265 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


17,710 


( 6 ) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


952 


87 ' 


280 


541 


149 


274 


(NA) 


10,012 


11,616 


3,726 


6,019 


2,104 


2,048 


(NA) 


255,601 


203,515 


56,168 


68,558 


26,487 


25,776 


(NA) 


306,721 


195,379 


75,830 


. 


20,660 


21,305 


(NA) 


149 


270 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


29,628 


55,928 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


35,552 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


16,318 


17,725 


26,388 


30,197 


33,223 


12,553 


(NA) 


209,455 


268,581 


406,773 


327,627 


402,905 


204,131 


184,168 


5,160,623 


4,490,750 


7,253,568 


3,658,612 


5,216,061 


2,483,443 


1,875,284 


10,579,277 


8,306,750 


. 


2,705,338 


4,798,776 


3,018,620 


2,667,819 


11,354 


10,793 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


4,219,740 


2,988,115 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


8,650,473 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


8,506 


5,278 


3,398 


3,500 


2,373 


4,734 


5,173 


92,308 


56,499 


32,907 


26,947 


21,972 


45,966 


49,553 


3,259,087 


1,273,321 


730,499 


479,844 


336,323 


731,543 


958,354 


2,705,042 


1,015,667 


660,326 


203,808 


168,162 


424,087 


627,275 


1,396 


762 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


450,633 


130,181 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


374,028 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


C) 


6,645 


15,713 


5,422 


12,115 


28,017 


29,920 


(') 


36,456 


80,077 


26,377 


59,921 


160,934 


172,684 


(') 


851,978 


1,563,804 


239,650 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


6,786 


5,512 


6,835 


3,620 


1,048 


457 


473 


99,499 


68,649 


86,849 


39,761 


13,088 


4,971 


4,756 


3,150,089 


1,640,934 


1,935,908 


794,988 


246,952 


115,025 


93,847 


3,181,590 


1,625,797 


2,319,756 


449,937 


162,988 


104,693 


93,847 


1,411 


978 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


588,057 


217,506 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(MA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


593,937 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


3,692 


2,528 


3,350 


779 


1,657 


1,561 


1,648 


40,702 


24,973 


37,800 


5,741 


16,613 


17,604 


15,164 


718,754 


338,801 


527,570 


62,255 


190,317 


167,910 


161,453 


876,880 


488,241 


715,590 


43,156 


157,963 


190,538 


184,135 


1,729 


1,066 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


435,567 


144,829 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


531,388 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


65 


63 


(NA) 


175 


(NA) 


426 


928 


682 


527 


(NA) 


1,209 


(NA) 


2,372 


6,431 


11,161 


9,592 


(NA) 


12,172 


(NA) 


24,348 


8,093 


13,951 


9,592 


(NA) 


7,982 


(NA) 


22,490 


89,829 


11 


24 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


915 


3,253 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


1,144 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(KA) 


(KA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 



Al 1 firu number . . 

Cropland harvested farms reporting.. 

Total value of specified crops 
harvested (see text) 3 dollars.. 

Value of all crops sold {see text) 3 . dollars.. 

Corn for all purposes farms reporting.. 

value, dollars.. 
Harvested for grain farms reporting.. 

bushels.. 
Cut for silage farms reporting.. 

tons, green weight.. 
Hogged or grazed, or cut for green 
or dry fodder farms reporting.. 

Corn sold farms reporting. . 

bushels. . 
dollars. . 

Sorghums: 

Sorghum for all purposes except 
for sirup farms reporting.. 

value, dollars.. 
Harvested for grain or for seed farms reporting.. 

bushels. . 
Cut for silage farms reporting.. 

tons, green weight.. 
Hogged or grazed, or cut for dry 
forage or hay farms reporting.. 

Sorghum for grain or seed sold farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 
Sorghum hay or forage sold farms reporting.. 

dollars. . 

Grains grown together and threshed as 
a mixture farms reporting.. 

bushels., 
value, dollars. . 

Sold farms reporting. . 

bushe Is.. 
dollars.. 

Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting.. 

bushels. . 
value, dollars.. 

Sold farms reporting.. 

bushels. . 
dollars,. 

Oats threshed or combined farms reporting.. 

bushels., 
value, dollars.. 

Sold farms reporting . . 

bushels. . 

dollars. . 

Oats cut for feeding unthreshed farms reporting.. 

value, dollars.. 

Barley threshed or combined farms reporting.. 

bushels. ■ 
value , dol lars . . 

Sold farms reporting. . 

bushels., 
dollars. . 

Rye threshed or combined farms reporting., 

bushels. . 
value, dollars.. 

Sold farms reporting. . 

bushels. . 
dollars.. 

Other grain threshed or combined farms reporting.. 

bushels. . 
value, dollars.. 

Sold farms reporting. . 

bushels.. 
dollars., 



See 






KENTUCKY 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: 1 CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



49 



Annual leffnnea: 

Soybeans grown for all purposes 8 farms reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
acres grown with other crops. 



farms reporting. 

acres grown alone. 

grown with other crops. 

bushels. 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 



Harvested for beans. 



Hogged or grazed. 



Plowed under for green I 



farms reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
grown with other crops. 



I ige>. .faros reporting, 

acres grown alone. 

grown with other crops. 

value, dollars. 



farms reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
acres grown with other crops. 
Cowpeas grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 

processing 8 farms reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
acres grown with other crops. 



Harvested for dry peas 



Hogged or grazed. 



Plowed under for green 



farms reporting. 

acres grown alone. 

grown with other crops. 

bushels. 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 

farms reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
grown with other crops. 



: reporting. 

acres grown alone. 

T.her crops. 

value, dollars. 

f ann3 reporting. 

acres grown alone, 
grown with other crops. 



17,994 

210,295 

5,639 



2,101,759 
5,359,485 
4,930,724 

14,288 
77,619 
2,107 
108,281 
3,194,290 
191,658 

660 
3,690 

217,172 



1,083 
5,144 
2,057 



2,205 
65,048 
3,904 



21,718 
223,248 
20,059 



2,266,108 

4,744,661 

(HA) 

16,398 

78,590 

2,755 

111,870 

2,437,786 

(NA) 

1,231 

5,184 

15,190 

301,434 



4,776 
13,096 

(NA) 



6,122 

123,445 

(NA) 



(HA) 
175,759 
30,874 

2,672 
(NA) 
(NA) 
969,437 
1,917,838 
(NA) 

26,539 
131,125 

169, 592 

4,134,297 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
16,464 

1,536 

352 
(NA) 
(HA) 
17,927 
56,315 
(NA) 

(10, 
(10, 
(10, 
(10, 
(10, 
(NA) 

(HA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 



28,453 

145,318 
27,032 



277,410 

265,352 

(NA) 

26,609 

127,113 

1,881,190 
(NA) 

(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



6,640 
27,172 
4,891 



12,418 

17,189 

(NA) 



( ; 
(' 
(' 
(NA) 

(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



19,454 
94,510 
9,101 

1,570 
(NA) 
(NA) 
90,954 
122,788 
(NA) 

33,356 

193,545 
2,612,858 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3,7 

3,013 
(NA) 
(NA) 
65,636 
94,516 
(NA) 

("> 
("> 
(") 
(") 

("! 
(HA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



16,655 
91,275 
10,402 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
70,189 
161,715 
(NA) 

19,527 
112,323 

128,625 
2,049,856 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



3,5 

(NA) 
(NA) 

50,581 

117,811 
(NA) 



(' 
(' 
(' 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(HA) 
77, 17 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA! 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



Bey crops (see text): 

Land from which hay was cut 12 acres. 

Alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures cut for hay 
(and for dehydrating) farms reporting. 

value, dollars. 
Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 
Clover, timothy, and mixtures of clover and 
grasses cut for hay farms reporting. 

value, dollars. 
Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Lespedeza cut for hay farms reporting. 

. dollars. 
Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 
Oats, wheat, barley, rye, or other 
small grains cut for hay farm3 reporting. 

value, dollars. 
Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Other hay cut (see text) farms reporting. 

value, dollars. 
Sold farms reporting. 

dollars. 
Crass silage made from grasses, alfalfa, clover, 
or small grains farms reporting. 



1,445,996 

24,910 
214,601 
397,041 
14,094,956 
1,006 
17,113 
607,506 

30,005 
322,603 
373,807 
11,401,114 
1,180 
13,854 
422,552 

45,028 
496,335 
474,784 
12,819,168 
2,032 
20,307 
548,289 

7 27,033 
'212,177 
'255,628 

"• , VI ,'.■' 



199,196 
194,671 
,282,762 



1,084 
4,775 
33,425 



1,639,932 

29,903 
229,899 

454,764 

12,472,610 

(NA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 

33,153 
355,939 

420,895 

10,577,288 

(HA) 

(HA) 

(HA) 

73,432 

837,937 

1,007,861 

19,366,449 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6,735 

44,246 

43,083 

821,152 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

16,484 

175,463 

187,210 

3,591,101 

(NA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 



1,447,143 

29,988 

237,935 

448,120 

12,247,553 

(HA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 

33,769 

379,217 

408,939 

10,677,321 

(HA) 

(NA) 

(HA) 

57,007 

614,840 

559,002 

13,802,946 

(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 

2,199 
15,645 

14,774 

267,673 

(HA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

199,506 

172,576 

3,680,306 

(NA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 



1,406,710 

24,105 

154,767 

333,750 

4,067,420 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

30,042 

276,594 

307,161 

3,529,683 

(HA) 

(NA) 

(HA) 

73,802 

728,148 

808,436 

7,625,733 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

4,356 
25,257 
21,685 
231,310 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

221,333 

212,319 

1,716,031 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

"20 



1,205,012 

20,625 

133,555 

212,487 

3,229,8i 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(HA) 

38,027 

366,173 

298,826 

3,854,855 

(HA) 

(HA) 

(NA) 

(") 
(»") 
(«•> 
(«*) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 

7,585 

41,485 

28,324 

337,056 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(HA) 

663,799 

618,641 

6,944,685 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(«) 
(") 



1,162,211 

15,872 

98,355 

165,464 

3,095,674 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

626,723 

655,850 

10,121,307 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(") 
((«) 
(") 
(«) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 

7,205 
45,105 
37,437 
533,194 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

392,028 

318,852 

4,412,151 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

'•■) 
(") 
(«) 
(«) 



9,585 
60,613 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
586,110 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(..) 
(..) 
("■) 

■■ 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 

3,706 
24,936 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
362,139 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 
(HA) 

(..) 
(..) 
(HA) 
(HA) 



See footnotes at end of table 



50 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED:' CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



Census of — 



over seed, lespedeza, grass, and otber field seed erops: 
Alfalfa seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Bluegrass seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, cured seed basis. 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

seed harvested farms reporting. 



pounds, 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 



pounds 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 

Crimson clover seed harvested farms reporting. 

bushels 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Ladino clover seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds . 
value, dollar 
sold, dollars. 
Persian clover seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds. 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 

Red clover seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds 

value, dollars 

sold, dollars 

Sweetclover seed harvested farms reporting 

pounds 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 

White clover seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds 

value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 

Other and unspecified clover 

seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds. 

value, dollar;-. 

sold, dollars. 

Fescue seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds 
value, dollars 
sold, dollars 



pounds 

value, dollars 

sold, dollars. 

seed harvested farms repor' 



pounds 
value, dollars. 

sold, dollars. 



harvested fan 



pounds 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 



Redtop seed harvested fan 



eed harvested. 



pounds 
value, dollars 
sold, dollars 



pounds 
value, dollars. 
sold, dollars. 



41,855 

3,721,215 

707,031 

671,678 



21,030 
2,313 
1,851 



5,649 

57,620 
40,326 



7,126 
4,632 

I, 19 



7,719 
483,302 
198,154 
128,799 



28, 142 

3,184 
2,071 



Sudan grass seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 



3,052 

53,828 

12,233,015 

1,957,282 

1,565,825 



40,050 

2,002 

1,602 

4,414 

67,368 

14,094,072 

2,677,874 

2,035,183 

760 

9,444 

1,231,110 

381,644 

305,318 



3,453 
233,938 
149,720 

119,777 



. ,375 
3,634 
2,907 



5,220 
2,349 
(NA) 



43,686 

,823,349 

482,337 

(NA) 



3,139 
156,165 
234,246 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



23,901 
3,585 
(NA) 



24,480 

30,600 
(NA) 



(NA) 

1,427 

17,223 

3,338,976 

1,502,542 

(NA) 



5,403 

78,243 

19,828,942 

1,298,067 

(NA 

1,121 

23,655 

3,329,100 

665,820 

(NA) 

354 

3,939 

227,984 

79,794 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

633 
8,072 

554,280 
189,368 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

3,020 
45,033 
11,323,765 
800,353 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



16,500 
2,750 
(NA) 



"12,725 

, 
1< 158,349 

(NA) 
132 

1,337 
146,040 

7,302 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
4,049 
60,332 
10,330,806 
413,232 
(NA) 

(na; 



(NA) 

(NA) 

NA 
( NA 

NA] 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA.) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
' '..',) 
I NA | 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

( NA I 
(NA) 
( NA 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

( :.A 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

( NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
( NA ) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

NS 
: NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



15,660 
3,498 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

1! 1,388 

5 2, 537, 520 
15 419,405 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



4,350 
16 174 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



KENTUCKY 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: 1 CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



51 



Clover seed, leapedeza, rrasa, aod other field seed 
erepa — Continued 

Timothy seed harvested farms reporting 

pounds 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Vetch seed harvested farms reporting. 

pounds 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Other field seed crops harvested ai 



36,542 
6,578 
5,262 



74,353 
11,896 
9,519 



21,190 
5,296 

(NA) 



110,954 

16,641 

(NA) 



(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

"•■; 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(»A) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

392,726 

(NA) 



NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(•*) 
(NA) 



54,495 
4,116 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(«*) 

(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(*») 
(NA) 



value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 
Irish potatoes harvested for home use 
or for sale fanrs reporting. 

bushels, 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Popcorn harvested faros re 

pounds, 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Pumpkins harvested for feed farms reporting. 



value, dollars., 
sold, dollars., 
Root and grain crops hogged or grazed, other than corn, 
sorghums, and annual legumes farms reporting., 

value, dollars.. 
S'.gar^a- e or sorghum harvested for 
sirup farms reporting., 

gallons. 

value, dollars.. 

sold, dollars.. 

Sweetpotatoes harvested for home use or 

for sale farms reporting. 

bushels. 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, 
value, dollars. 
sold, dollars. 

Burley tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Derk-flrcd tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

pounds. 
value, dollars, 
sold, dollars. 

Dark air-cured tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, 
value, dollars. 
sold, dollars. 

All other field crops harvested acres. 



Valae of specified crops barvr 
hortieultoral apecialtiea, an 

Valae of crop* aold, except fn 
apaeialtiea. aad vegelablea. ■ 



9,544 

11,240 

2,169,320 

2,169,320 

112,297 

"6,662 

1,591,893 

2,738,056 

576,999 

3,607 

13,361 

11,955,095 

358,656 

358,656 

•■ 



6,180 

1,319 

2,302 

189,652 

445,682 

325,346 

62,496 
"1,246 
481,692 
1,247,582 
303,032 

(NA) 

277,252 

411,725,612 

199,727,922 

199,727,922 

115,946 

243,488 

370,859,610 

185,429,805 

185,429,805 

6,618 

17,661 

20,183,893 

7,266,199 

7,266,199 

13,098 

16,103 

20,682,109 

7,031,918 

7,031,918 

181 



381,362,582 
248,837,139 



1,098 

14,798 

12,887 

1,933,050 

(NA) 

"13,783 

1,908,394 

3,038,304 

(NA) 

1,577 

9,001 

12,377,200 

365,125 

(NA) 



1,453 
1,309 

103,271 

192,045 

(NA) 

58,004 

"2,851 

575,536 

1,250,783 

(NA) 

(NA) 

323,680 

404,881,235 

176,026,146 

(NA) 

124,321 

354,912,961 

162,386,290 

(NA) 

9,024 

23,093 

25,327,560 

6,857,613 

(NA) 

15,416 

21,443 

24,640,714 

6,782,243 

(NA) 



'351,091,660 
"201,206,209 



1,357 

12,509 

12,562 

1,488,911 

(NA) 

118,777 

2,504,962 
4,442,990 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

73,585 

14,798 

1,256,611 

2,295,072 

(NA) 

126,423 

372,438 

435,844,791 

. ,■':■■ 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(HA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
1,660 
(NA) 



I ,584, 77 
192,627,513 



2,180 

15,677 

15,704 

832,550 

(NA) 

125,903 

37,446 

2,768,168 

2,307,028 

(NA) 

325 

858 

945,100 

21,533 

(NA) 



13,784 
il,253 
640,826 
480,620 
(NA) 

64,411 

13,811 

1,094,928 

946,637 

(NA) 

126,691 

361,005 

324,518,411 

50,538,250 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

79,237 

(NA) 



123,118,188 
63,864,906 



3,396 

23,404 

14,409 

"850,707 

(NA) 

145,071 

48,722 

3,417,086 

2,733,669 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

103,170 

21,954 

1,965,128 

1,375,590 

(NA) 

296,666 
243,587,643 
35,563,796 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

■ 
(NA) 



(«) 

(NA) 



8,955 

834,839 

(NA) 

136,618 

49,250 

4,651,948 

5,700,661 

(NA) 

196 

73 

77,200 

2,767 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 



(NA) 

14,946 
12,196 
662,523 
627,133 
(NA) 

61,262 

14,076 
1,266,724 

(NA) 

123,455 

466,118 

376,648,533 

64,253,896 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
("■) 
(NA) 



(NA) 



3,412 
37,463 

11,836 

''' . ' I 

(NA) 

93,593 

41,274 

3,802,374 

3,890,914 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 
14,297 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

41,343 

10,719 

777,248 

1,161,398 

(NA) 

120,163 

449,140 

349,747,909 

59,373,225 

(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

("■) 
(NA) 



(") 
(NA) 



Vegclablee for boae aae aad for aalc (other than Iriah 
aad aveet patetoea): 

Vegetables harvested for home use 20 farms reporting. 

value, dollars. 

Vegetables harvested for sale 21 farms reporting. 

Sold dollars . 

Beans, green lima farms reporting. 



See footnotes at end of table 



3,278 

6,882 

1,252,012 



3,318 

8,448 

1,284,754 



6,160 

15,433 

1,774,525 

(NA) 

(NA) 



4,711 
11,635 
770,139 



(NA) 
34,164 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



14,648 
. 
2,007,264 



(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



52 



STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: 1 CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



Vegetables for home use and for sale (other 
than Irish and sneet potatoes) — Continued 
Vegetables harvested for sale 21 — Continued 

Beans, snap (bush and pole types) farms reporting. 

Cabbage farms reporting. 

Cantaloups and muskmelons farms reporting. 

Corn, sweet farms reporting. 

Cucumbers and pickles .farms reporting. 

Kale farms reporting. 

Mustard greens farms reporting . 

Okra farms reporting. 

Onions, green and shallots farms reporting. 

Peppers, sweet and pimientos farms reporting. 

Tomatoes farms reporting. 

Turnips farms reporting. 

Turnip greens farms reporting. 

Watermelons farms reporting. 

Other vegetables acres . 

Berries and other small fruits harvested for sale:'- 

Strawberries .farms reporting. 



Other berries and small fruit 



Tree fruits, nuts, and grapes: 

Land in bearing and nonbearing fruit orchards, groves, 
vineyards, and planted nut trees farms reporting.. 

Apples farms reporting.. 

Trees of all ages number.. 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting., 

number. . 
Trees of bearing age farms reporting. . 

Quantity harvested farms reporting.. 

bushels. . 
value, dollars.. 

Cherries farms reporting. . 

Trees of all ages number. . 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting.. 

number. , 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting.. 

number., 

Quantity harvested farms reporting., 

pounds* . 
value, dollars., 

Grapes farms reporting. , 

Vines of all ages number . , 

Vines not of bearing age farms reporting., 

number. , 

Vines of bearing age farms reporting., 

number. . 

Quantity harvested farms reporting. 

pounds, 
value, dollars.. 

Peaches farms reporting. 

Trees of all ages number. 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Quantity harvested farms reporting. 

bushels, 
value, dollars. 

Pears farms reporting. 

Trees of all ages number. 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Quantity harvested farms reporting. 

bushels, 
value, dollars. 

Plums and prunes farms reporting. 

Trees of all ages number. 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting. 

number. 

Quantity harvested farms reporting. 

bushels, 
value, dollars. 



1,661 
1,594 

1,777,433 
586,549 



"16,891 
"553,553 
"6,237 
"128,561 
"14,989 
2 '424,992 
2 '12,669 
2 '600,387 
'1,470,949 

2 >5,258 

25 21,187 
2 '1,945 
2 '7,690 
2 '3, 826 

2 '13,497 

2 '2,154 

"110,747 

2 '14,396 

25 6,278 
2 '66, 481 

2 '1,684 
2 '13,094 

25 5,143 
2 '53,387 

2 '3, 514 
2 '376,811 
2 '22, 606 

2 '9, 083 

2 '232,087 
2 '3, 499 
2 '65, 318 
2 '7, 139 

2 '166, 769 
2 '4,980 

2 '179, 386 

"430,528 

2 '7,842 
2 '34,862 
2 '2, 502 
2 '9,786 
2 '6,155 
2 '25,076 
2 '4,441 
"41,811 
2 '64,803 

2 '3, 781 
2 '20,257 
"1,253 
2 '4,914 
2 '2,832 
"15,343 
2 '1,575 
"11,039 
"22,078 



3,356 

3,330 

5,285,454 

1,562,920 



97,393 
1,735,312 

34,923 
454,278 

81,559 
1,281,034 

57,793 
1,543,000 
2,334,235 

35,090 
122,264 
13,152 
44,872 
24,245 
77,392 
9,273 
371,992 
37,658 

39,675 
257,274 
10,386 
57,372 
31,185 
199,902 
18,891 
1,569,126 
130,871 

61,780 
808,457 

25,889 
295,784 

43,718 
512,673 

18,8U 
342,904 
720,618 

40,249 
121,420 
12,927 
33,308 
29,816 
88,112 
12,230 
74,464 
99,703 

22,024 
95,795 
7,479 
26,475 



2,400 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
3,284 
3,925 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



2,276 

2,885,345 

793,629 



115,668 
2,350,352 

(na: 
(na; 

(NA 
(NA' 

(na: 

1,579,209 
3,242,228 

194,498 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1,350,440 

105,104 

44,384 

313,812 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3,137,088 

152,745 

89,484 

1,323,576 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

651,970 

1,956,584 

42,487 

137,567 

(NA) 

(NA) 



141,221 

24,900 

132,044 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

46,293 

94,734 



8,205 

11,217,004 

983,401 



114,529 

2,884,362 

42,341 

747,126 

101,336 

2,137,236 

72,926 

2,042,258 

1,536,284 

48,875 
234,413 
18,631 
98,188 
34,528 
136,225 
16,168 
794,423 
41,124 

44,062 
485,284 
8,671 
85,984 
37,147 
399,300 
25,796 
3,205,776 
114,371 



1,609,819 
31,284 
538,874 
68,998 
1,070,945 
37,544 
573,206 
558,061 

47,613 
170,590 
11,772 
36,816 
38,298 
133,774 
16,666 
125,417 
87,793 



8,369 
42,441 
25,336 
139,282 

9,076 
47,071 
31,749 



6,258 
4,702 
2,350 
1,182 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2,551 
3,165 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
7,618 



9,434 

10,451 

12,399,918 

867,994 



118,081 

3,363,963 

(NA) 

789,019 

(NA) 

2,574,944 

(NA) 

1,011,071 

980,739 

47,593 
249,096 

(NA 

105,379 

(NA) 

143,717 

(NA) 

1,333,192 

41,662 

48,918 

654,299 

(NA) 

82,508 

(NA) 

571,791 

(NA) 

4,873,940 

121,i 

81,489 

1,670,947 

(NA) 

455,861 

(NA) 

1,215,086 

(NA) 

489,5] 

489,510 

51,069 

212,110 

(NA) 

36,927 

(NA) 

175,183 

(NA) 

274,583 

178,479 

29,303 

164,290 

(NA) 

34,152 

(NA) 

130,138 

(NA) 

34,379 

37,817 



55 

52 

(NA) 

(NA) 
1,961 
1,540 
3,906 



8,722 

6,557 

8,972,029 

1,047,042 



117,596 
4,245,763 

(NA) 
1,282,474 

(NA) 
2,963,289 

(NA) 
1,317,647 
1,620,063 

33,524 

151,262 

(NA) 

63,642 

(NA) 

87,620 

(NA) 

787,416 

60,214 

38,501 

517,342 

(NA 

119,748 

•(NA) 

397,594 

(NA) 

1,457,082 

54,601 

82,071 

2,165,755 

(NA) 

854,324 

(NA) 

1,311,431 

(NA) 

530,155 

747,480 

48,546 

234,294 

(NA) 

48,143 
(MA) 
186,151 
(MA) 
256,244 
255,947 

32,618 

210,884 

(MA) 

45,258 

(NA) 

165,626 

(NA) 

46,439 

56,928 



2,295 
3,252 
(MA) 



3,478 
4,791 

(NA) 
(NA) 



149,177 
4,766,807 

(NA) 
1,488,544 

(NA) 
3,278,263 

(NA) 
5,132,240 
5,613,290 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

59,657 

501,919 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

106,614 

1,994,033 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,130,150 

1,424,568 

57,863 
255,150 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

42,707 
253,323 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



See footnotes at end of table 



KENTUCKY 

State Table 16.-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1920 TO 1954-Continued 



53 



Tree frails. Mite, end grapes — Continued 

Pecans, improved and seedling farms reporting... 

Trees of all ages number... 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting... 

number. . * 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Quantity harvested farms reporting. . . 

pounds.. . 
value, dollars... 

Walnuts, black farms reporting... 

Trees of all ages number... 

Trees not of bearing age farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Trees of bearing age farms reporting... 

number... 

Quantity harvested farms reporting... 

pounds. . . 
value, dollars... 

Other tree fruits and nuts value, dollars... 

Value of fruits, including berries and other small 

f rul ts , and nuts harvested dollars . . . 

Value of fruits, including berries and other small 

fruits, and nuts sold dollars... 



5 1,338 
25 249 
5 8,683 



2 *220 



2 ':,203 
2 5 179 

"4,27C 



'2,646,414 
'2,646,414 



10,805 
1,453 
23,858 



4,971,079 
2,367,299 



683 
10,477 
(KA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
17,654 
4,067 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

6,527,976 

2,039,737 



[NA] 
(NA] 

v, 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(Hi) 
(NA) 
(KA) 

I m 



3,402,836 
1,340,980 



766 

:. ,804 

(NA) 
2,561 

(NA) 
8,243 

(NA) 
33,015 
6,172 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(-«) 

(«) 

(NA) 



1,552 

15,710 

(NA) 

6,942 
(NA) 

8,768 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(«•») 

(*•) 
(NA) 



7,591 

(NA) 

50,352 

15,110 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(•») 

(«*) 

(NA) 



"Available data not comparable. NA Not available, 

and 1919. 2 Total acreage of crops for which figures are available except that corn cut for forage was excluded a: 

com harvested for grain. 'includes value of horticultural specialties. See state Table 15. For comparability, 

*Value of corn and other com products sold. *Value of sorghum sold for hay or forage included in value of sorghi 

included with "Oats, wheat, barley, rye, and other small grains cut for hay." a The 1944 and 1939 figures do not 

beans and cowpeas harvested for hay. Prior to 1944, annual legumes saved for hay, but excluding vetches in 1924. 
saved for hay, Including cowpeas and peanut vines, see soybeans cut for hay. *- 2 For all 



Figures for cropland harvested and specified crops relate to the crop years 1954, 1949, 1944, 1939, 1934, 1929, 1924, 

ost of this acreage was probably duplicated in the acreage of 
e other footnotes and text. 4 Corn cut for forage, 

sold for grain or seed. 7 0ats cut for feeding un threshed 

lude acres plowed under for green manure. 'For 1944, soy- 

°See soybeans cut for hay. ll For figures on annual legumes 

except 1950, obtained by adding the individual hay crops. 






^Excludes Irish and 



3 Silage crops other 
rghum. l *Clover seed, except sweetclover. 13 Clover seed, Including sweetclover. 16 Includes proso millet. 17 Value of lint cotton only. 18 For 1954, 

acreage for farms with less than 20 bushels harvested; for 1949, does not include acreage for farms with less than 15 bushels harvested. See text. 19 Includes 

le of pasture and grazing privileges. 20 Excludes Irish potatoes and sweetpotatoes, except for 1920^Census which included potatoes for home use only. 



potatoes. 



22 Green lima beans Included with snap beans. 



'Does not Include data for farms with less than 20 trees or grapevln 



See 



54 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 17,-FARMS REPORTING BY SPECIFIED ACRES, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY SOLD FOR SPECIFIED 

CROPS: CENSUS OF 1954 

[Data are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



CORN 

By acres harvested for all 
purposes farms reporting . . . 

Under 3 acres farms reporting. . . 

3 or 4 acres farms reporting... 

5 to 10 acres farms reporting... 

11 to 15 acres farms reporting... 

16 to 19 acres farms reporting . . . 

20 to 24 acres farms reporting... 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting... 

50 to 74 acres farms reporting... 

75 to 99 acres farms reporting... 

100 to 149 acres farms reporting . . . 

150 to 199 acres farms reporting... 

200 to 249 acres farms reporting.., 

250 to 299 acres farms reporting.., 

300 to 399 acres farms reporting. . . 

400 to 499 acres farms reporting.., 

500 acres and over farms reporting.., 

By acres harvested for 
grain farms reporting. . 

Under 3 acres farms reporting . . 

3 or 4 acres farms reporting . . 

5 to 10 acres farms reporting.. 

11 to 15 acres farms reporting.. 

16 to 19 acres farms reporting.. 

20 to 24 acres farms reporting . . 

25 to 29 acres farms reporting. . 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting.. 

50 to 74 acres farms reporting. . 

75 to 99 acres farms reporting . . 

100 to 149 acres farms reporting.. 

150 to 199 acres farms reporting.. 

200 to 249 acres farms reporting.. 

250 to 299 acres farms reporting.. 

300 to 399 acres farms reporting.. 

400 to 499 acres farms reporting.. 

500 acres and over farms reporting.. 

By quantity sold farms reporting.. 

bushels . . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. . 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting.. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting.. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting.. 

500 to 999 bushels farms pi 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting.. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

•-,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

5,000 to 9,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

10,000 bushels and over farms reporting.. 

SORGHUMS 

By acres harvested for all purposes 
except for sirup farms reporting.. 

Under 3 acres farms reporting.. 

3 or 4 acres farms reporting.. 

5 to 10 acres farms reporting.. 

11 to 15 acres farms reporting.. 

16 to 19 acres farms reporting . . 

20 to 24 acres farms reporting . . 

25 acres and over farms reporting.. 

WHEAT 

By acres threshed or 
combined farms reporting. . 

Under 5 acres farms reporting., 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting., 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting.. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting.. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .. -farms reporting. 
bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting . 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,999 bushels farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 bushels farms reporting. 

5,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 

By quantity sold farms reporting. 

bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting . 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 bushels farms reporting. 

5,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 



137,074 
1,958,508 
22,597 
20,743 
41,677 
16,104 
5,955 
7,941 
15,035 
4,198 



133,432 
1,859,136 

21,962 



1,992 

20,159 

5,413 
1,544 



16,705 
31,852 
13,983 
1,763 



16,660 

212,795 

3,696 



1,037 
2,313 
9,941 
2,047 



1,064 
7,552 

1,712 



OATS 
By acres threshed or 
combined farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 acres and over farms reporting. 



By quantity harvested . .farms reporting, 
bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels.. . .farms reporting. 
1,500 to 1,999 bushels.. . .farms reporting. 
2,000 to 2,999 bushels. .. .farms reporting. 
3,000 bushels and over. .. .farms reporting. 



By quantity sold farms reporting. 

bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels farms reporting. 

3,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 



BARLEY 

By acres threshed or 
combined farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting . 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 acres and over farms reporting. 



By quantity harvested . .farms reporting. 
bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 bushels. .. .farms reporting. 
5,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 



By quantity sold farms reporting. 

bushels. 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels. .. .farms reporting. 
3,000 to 4,999 bushels. .. .farms reporting. 
5,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 



RYE 

By acres threshed or 
combined farms reporting. 

er 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

to 24 acres farms reporting . 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

to 99 acres farms reporting. 

acres and over farms reporting. 

iy quantity harvested . .farms reporting, 
bushels . 

?r 25 bushels farms reporting . 

to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels. .. .farms reporting. 
3,000 bushels and over. .. -farms reporting. 



2,762 

2,312 



6,997 
99, 883 

1,236 
1,984 

2,680 
854 
203 



RYE— Continued 

By quantity sold farms reporting.. 

bushels . . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting . . 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting.. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. . 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting.. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting.. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting.. 

1,500 to 1,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

2,000 to 2,999 bushels farms reporting.. 

3,000 bushels and over farms reporting.. 

SOYBEANS FOR ALL PURPOSES 



reporting. 



.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting. . 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting.. 



SOYBEANS HARVESTED FOR BEANS 
Any soybeans harvested for 



.farms reporting. 



grown alone. .. .farms reporting. 



.farms reporting. 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting. 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting, 
.farms reporting. 






By quantity harvested. . .farms reporting. 

bushels, 
reporting. 

porting, 
reporting. 

porting, 
reporting. 



25 bushels farms 

49 bushels farms 

99 bushels farms 

o 499 bushels farms 

o 999 bushels 






to 1,499 bushels farms 

to 1,999 bushels farms 

to 2,999 bushels farms 

to 4,999 bushels farms 

bushels and over farms 



report Lug . 

reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting, 
reporting. 



SOYBEANS CUT FOR HAY 
Any soybeans cut for hay. . .farms reporting. 
y acres grown alone .... farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

. 9 acres farms reporting. 

o 24 acres farms reporting. 

o 49 acres farms reporting. 

cres and over farms reporting. 



By quantity harvested. . .farms reporting. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting. 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting. 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 



.farms reporting. 

.farms reporting, 

.farms reporting, 

.farms reporting. 



50 






.farms reporting., 
.farms reporting.. 



ALFALFA AND ALFALFA MIXTURES 
By acres cut for hay (and for 
dehydrating) farms reporting . 

Under 5 acres farms reporting . 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting. 

200 acres and over farms reporting. 



KENTUCKY 



55 



State Table 17.-FARMS REPORTING BY SPECIFIED ACRES, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY SOLD FOR SPECfflED 

CROPS: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

[Data are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



ALFALFA AND ALFALFA MIXTURES— Continued 
By quantity harvested. .. .farms reporting. 

Dnder 25 tons farms reporting. 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting. 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 

By quantity sold farms reporting. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting . 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

50 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 



By acres cut for hay farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting. 

200 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested — .farms reporting, 
tons. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting . 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting. 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 



LESPEDEZA HAY 
By acres cut for hay farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting, 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting . 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting, 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting . 

100 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .. .farms reporting, 

Under 25 tons farms reporting, 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting, 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting, 

100 tons and over farm 

By quantity sold farms reporting. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting, 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting, 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting, 

100 tons and over farms reporting, 



By acres cut for hay farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acre^ farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres raxma reporting. 

50 to 99 acrea farms reporting. 

100 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested ... .farms reporting. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting. 

25 to 49 tons farm3 reporting. 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting . 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 



By acres cut for hay farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting. 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting. 

200 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .. .farms reporting. 

Under 25 tons farms reporting. 

25 to 49 tons farms reporting. 

50 to 99 tons farms reporting . 

100 tons and over farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



25,582 

406,215 

21,134 

2,312 

1,212 
424 



30,713 

332,747 

10,901 

7,701 

9,085 

2,380 

527 

101 



30,713 

388,081 

26,661 

2,777 



44,876 

. 

12,937 

15,932 

3,309 

587 



480,414 
40,719 

3,144 



2,129 
1,974 



217,497 

. 

8,220 

6,960 

899 

163 



27,836 
262,274 
25,693 

1,666 



6,525 
5,043 
5,279 
1,249 



18,536 

199,112 

16,763 

1,207 



: " :, 
By acres harvested farms reporting. 

Under 5 acres farms reporting. 

5 to 9 acres farms reporting. 

10 to 24 acres farms reporting. 

25 to 49 acres farms reporting. 

50 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .farms reporting. 

Under 25 bales farms report ing . 

25 to 49 bales farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bales farms reporting. 

100 bales and over farms reporting. 



IRISH POTATOES 
By acres harvested for home use 
or for sale farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farms reporting. 

0.5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

1.0 to 2.4 acres farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4.9 acres farms reporting. 

5.0 to 9.9 acres farms reporting. 

10.0 to 19.9 acres farms reporting. 

20 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested . .farms reporting, 
bushels. 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms r- ■; 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 bushels farms reporting. 

1,500 bushels and over.. ..farms reporting. 

BURLEY TOBACCO 
By acres harvested farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farms reporting. 

0.5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

1.0 to 2.4 acres farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4.9 acres farms reporting. 

5.0 to 9.9 acres farms reporting. 

10.0 to 19.9 acres farms reporting. 

- '.9 acres farms reporting. 

30.0 to 49.9 acres farms reporting. 

50 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .farms reporting, 
pounds . 

Under 500 pounds farms reporting. 

500 to 999 pounds farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 pounds farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 pounds farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 pounds farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 pounds farms reporting. 

5,000 to 9,999 pounds farms reporting. 

10,000 pounds and over. .. .farms reporting. 

DARK-FIRED TOBACCO 
By acres harvested farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farms reporting. 

0.5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4.9 acres farms reporting. 

5.0 to 9.9 acres farms reporting. 

10 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. .farms reporting. 

Under 500 pounds farms reporting. 

500 to 999 pounds farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 pounds farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 pounds farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 pounds farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 pounds farms reporting. 

5,000 to 9,999 pounds farms reporting. 

10,000 pounds and over. ...farms reporting. 

DARK AIR-CURED TOBACCO 

By acres harvested farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farms reporting. 

0,5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

1.0 to 2.4 acres farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4,9 acres farms reporting. 

5 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested . .farms reporting. 

Under 500 pounds farms reporting. 

500 to 999 pounds farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 pounds farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 pounds farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 pounds farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 pounds farms re] 

5,000 to 9,999 pounds farms reporting. 

10,000 pounds and over. .. .farms reporting. 



. . . 

6,900 

107,441 

2,961 

1,677 

43 

36 



115,620 

240, 583 

. . 

31,511 



13,151 
15,537 
2,795 
4,035 
5,002 
1,181 
13fl 

20,067,615 
2,245 
3,070 
2,715 
1,726 
1,647 
1,257 
443 
48 



SWEETPOTAT0ES 
By acres harvested for home use 
or for sale farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farms reporting. 

0.5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

1.0 to 2.4 acres farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4.9 acres farms reporting. 

5 acres and over farms reporting. 

By quantity harvested. -farms reporting, 
bushels . 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farms reporting. 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 bushels and over farms reporting. 



By value of sales farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under 25 dollars farms reporting. 

25 to 49 dollars farms reporting. 

50 to 99 dollars farms reporting. 

100 to 499 dollars farms reporting. 

500 to 999 dollars farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 dollars farms reporting. 

1,500 to 1,999 dollars farms reporting. 

2,000 to 2,999 dollars farms reporting. 

3,000 to 4,999 dollars farms reporting. 

5,000 to 9,999 dollars farms reporting. 



LO. 300 do] Lar-i an I 



.farms reporting. 



115,620 




365,753,324 


10.0 


4,456 


. . 


13,396 




. 


50.0 


15,906 


100 ! 


17,748 




22,760 




17,177 





LAND IN BEARING AND N0NBEARING FRUIT 

ORCHARDS, GROVES, VINEYARDS, 

AND PLANTED NUT TREES 2 

By acres In orchards. . .farms reporting. 

Under 0.5 acres farm:; reporting. 

0.5 to 0.9 acres farms reporting. 

1.0 to 2.4 acres farms reporting. 

2.5 to 4.9 acres farms reporting. 

5.0 to 9.9 acres farms reporting. 

19.9 acres farms reporting. 

29.9 acres farms reporting. 

49.9 acres farms reporting. 

99.9 acres farms reporting. 

■s and over farms reporting. 



Any apples farms reporting. 

By trees not of bearing 

age farms reporting. 

number of trees. 

Under 5 trees farms reporting. 

5 to 9 trees farms n | 

10 to 24 trees farms reporting. 

25 to 49 trees farms reporting. 

50 to 99 trees farms reporting. 

100 to 199 trees farms reporting. 

200 to 299 trees farms reporting. 

300 to 499 trees farms reporting. 

500 to 999 trees farm:: reporting. 

1,000 trees and over farms reporting. 

By trees of bearing 

age farms reporting. 

number of trees. 

Under 25 trees farms reporting. 

25 to 49 trees farms reporting. 

50 to 99 trees farms reporting. 

100 to 499 trees farms reporting. 

500 to 999 trees farms reporting. 

1,000 to 1,499 trees farms reporting. 

1,500 trees and over farms reporting. 



By quantity harvested . .farms reporting. 
bushels. 

Under 25 bushels farms reporting. 

25 to 49 bushels farm3 reporting . 

50 to 99 bushels farms reporting. 

100 to 499 bushels farms reporting. 

500 to 999 bushels farms reporting. 

1,000 bushels and over farms reporting. 



56 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 17,-FARMS REPORTING BY SPECIFIED ACRES, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY SOLD FOR SPECIFIED 

CROPS: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

i based on reports for only a sample of farms. See tert] 



Item 


SS 


It. 


State 


«. 


State 


PEACHES 2 


9,561 

3,577 

61,812 

917 

1,065 

1,232 

205 

75 

31 

25 

15 

12 


PEACHES 2 — Continued 
By trees of bearing 


7,575 
159,2*19 

6,860 
369 

135 

163 
36 
12 


PEACHES 2 — Cont inued 
By quantity harvested .. .farms reporting — 
bushels. . . 


5,323 




181,974 


By trees not of bearing 


number of trees... 










339 
































1,000 bushels and over farms reporting... 









include acreage 



farms with less than 20 bushels harvested. See 



2 Does not include data for farms with less than 20 trees 



KENTUCKY 



57 



State Table 18.-SAMPLING RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATED TOTALS FOR COUNTY, ECONOMIC AREA, 
AND STATE BY NUMBER OF FARMS REPORTING, BY LEVELS 



If the estimated number of 
farms reporting is — 


Then the chances are about 2 In 3 that the estimated total 
would differ from the results of a complete tabulation 
of the items for all farms by less than — 


If the estimated number of 
farms reporting is — 


Then the chances are about 2 in 3 that th.? estimated total 
would differ from the results of a complete tabulation 
of the items for all farms by less than — 




l 1 


Level 
2 


3 


Level 


Level 
l 1 


2 


3 


Level 




Percent 
40 
28 
20 
13 
8.9 
6.3 
4.0 


Percent 
53 
37 
26 
17 
12 
8.4 
5.3 


Percent 
71 

50 
35 
22 
16 
11 
7.1 


Percent 
96 
68 
48 
30 
21 
15 
9.6 




Percent 

2.8 
2.0 
1.3 
0.9 
0.6 
0.4 


Percent 

3.7 
2.6 

1.7 
1.2 
0.8 
0.5 


Percent 
5.0 
3.5 
2.2 
1.6 
1.1 
0.7 




Percent 
















50,000 


2.1 























1 Level 1 should be used in determining the sampling reliability of estimated number of farms and farms reporting. If the estimated number of farms or farms reporting consti- 
tutes more than 75 percent of all farms in the universe, a better approximation to the sampling reliability may be obtained by multiplying the percent given in the tables as 
follows : 

1. When the number of farms or farms reporting is 75 percent of all farms, multiply the percent error by 0.50. 

2. When the number of farms or farms reporting is 90 percent of all farms, multiply the percent error by 0.30. 

3. When the number of farms or farms reporting is 95 percent of all farms, multiply the percent error by 0.20. 



State Table 19. -INDICATED LEVEL OF SAMPLING RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATED COUNTY. ECONOMIC AREA. 
AND STATE TOTALS FOR SPECIFIED ITEMS 

[To determine sampling reliability for an item, it is necessary to use this table to find out which of the 4 levels of sampling reliability given in State Table 18 to use. Refer 
Is required also to the county, economic area, or State table in order to obtain the number of farms reporting] 



Level of sampling reliability for specified items by number of milk i 



All commercial farms 



30 to 49 50 and 



10 to 29 30 to 49 50 and 



Milk cows number. 

Whole milk sold pounds. 

dollars. 
Cream sold pounds of butterfat. 

dollars. 



Level of sampling reliability for specified items by number of chickens on hand 



All commercial farms 



Chickens on hand number.. 

Chickens sold number.. 

Chicken eggs sold dozens.. 

Chicken egga sold, value of sales dollars.. 

Value of sales of other poultry products dollars.. 

Note: Items whose level is indicated by an X may be approximated by using the level given for the State. 



800 to 1,600 to 3,200 
1,599 3,199 



Poultry farms 



58 STATISTICS FOR THE STATE 

State Table 19.-INDICATED LEVEL OF SAMPLING RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATED COUNTY, ECONOMIC AREA, 
AND STATE TOTALS FOR SPECIFIED ITEMS-Continued 



[To determine sampling reliability for i 



Tenure groups 



Economic-class groups 



Type-of-farm groups 



Other 
field- 
general — 

primarily 



Far as and tarm characteristics: 

Land owned or managed by farm operators acres 

Land rented from others by farm operators acres 

Land rented to others by farm operators acres 

Cash rent paid by farm operators dollars 

Value of land and buildings per farm dollars 

Land in farms acres 

Cropland: Total, harvested, pastured, or other.. acres 

Woodland: Total, pastured or not pastured acres 

Total pastureland acres 

Total irrigated land, land in crops for erosion 
control, or cropland farmed on contour acres 

Commercial fertilizer: 

Commercial fertilizer purchased tons 

Acres on which commercial fertilizer applied acres 

Lime or liming material purchased tons 

Acres on which lime or liming material applied. . .acres 

Specified facilities and equipment: 

Grain combines, corn pickers, pick-up balers, 

feed forage harvesters number 

Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and earth tanks.. .number 



Automobiles number 

Fara labor: 

Total hired workers and unpaid family workers. .persons 
Hired workers: 

Regular persons 

Seasonal persons 

Paid on daily basis persons 

Specified farm expenditures: 

Machine hire and/or hired labor dollars 

Feed for livestock and poultry dollars 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel and oil dollars 

Commercial fertilizer purchased dollars 

Livestock and livestock products: 

Horses and/or mules number 

Cattle and calves number 

Cows including heifers that have calved number 

Milk cows number 

Hogs and pigs number 

Sheep and lambs number 

Chickens, 4 months old and over, on hand number 

Cattle and calves sold number 

Hogs and pigs sold number 

Sheep shorn pounds of wool 

Whole milk sold pounds 

Cream sold. pounds of butterf at 

Chickens sold number 

Chicken eggs sold. dozens 

Value of products sold by source: 

Hogs and pigs sold dollars 

Whole milk sold dollars 

Cream sold dollars 

Chicken eggs sold dollars 

Other poultry and poultry products sold dollars 

Forest products sold dollars 

Spec 



Wheat threshed or combined. 



Barley threshed or combined. 



Soybeans for beans 

Alfalfa hay 

Clover hay 

Lespedeza hay 

Small grain hay. .. 
Bur ley tobacco.... 



bushels harvested 



tons harvested 



tons harvested 



Dark-fired toba. 



pounds harvested 
pounds harvested 



Note: Items whose level is indicated by an X may be approximated by i-^lng the level given for the State. 



Chapter B 
STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

(59) 



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62 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 1. -FARMS, ACREAGE, VALUE, AND FARM 

[Data for items shown In italics are based on 






text) 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 
Farms. .....:., number 

Approximate land area acres 

Proportion in farms percent 

Land owned by farm operators acres 

Land rented from others by farm operators. . ..acres 

Land managed by farm operators acres 

Land rented to others by farm operators 

Land in farms acres 

Average size of farm .....acres 

ills of land and buildings: 
Average per farm dollars 

Average per acre dol lars 

Proportion of farms reporttng value percent 

i-and in faros according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 

10 to 19 acres farms reporting 

20 to 29 acres farms reporting 

30 to 49 acres farms reporting 

50 to 99 acres farms reporting 

100 to 199 acres farms reporting 

200 acres and over farms reporting 



1954. 

195':.. 
L954. 
1954. 

2954. 
1954. 

1»?,4. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

195A.. 

195i '. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



Cropland used only for pasture. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Cropland not harvested and not 

pastured farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Cropland used only for crops not 

harvested and not pastured .. farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Other pasture (not cropland and 

not woodland) farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Improved (see text) farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 
Other land (house lots, roads, 

wasteland, etc.) farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Cropland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

land pastured, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Woodland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Cover crops turned under and land 

planted to another crop farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 
Cropland used for row or grain crops 

farmed on contour farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

residing on farm operated, .operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 



193,437 

218,476 

25,512,960 

70.7 

15,151,129 

3,885,186 

255,457 

1,181,110 

18,034,380 

19,441,774 

93.2 



8,090 
7,192 
92.03 



175,113 

198,061 

4,541,381 

5,053,682 

71,227 
72,695 
36,725 
45,239 
21,653 
27,877 
22,005 
27,214 
16,419 
18,087 
5,369 
5,321 
1,715 
1,628 

122,037 

149,537 

4,879,874 

5,265,003 

50,737 

61,691 

1,033,938 

1,282,243 

12,861 
199,469 

. 

834,469 

63, 376 

66,307 

1,762,236 

1,609,178 

75,284 

91,230 

3,087,996 

3,294,119 

45,678 

52,645 

1,759,403 

1,696,363 

7,950 

219,145 

169,407 

194,403 

969,552 

1,241,186 

188, 596 

212,356 

10,455,193 

11,600,928 

154,519 

181,997 

8,401,513 

8,570,544 

116,748 

129,587 

4,850,232 

4,903,297 

1,226 

67 

13,434 



2,743 

3,067 

251,520 

85.8 

195,365 

36,515 



.''. ,410 
78.7 
74.5 



2,506 
2,843 
58, 121 



2,252 

2,368 

232,960 

84.7 

173,465 

38,148 

6,185 



1,972 
2,335 

53,423 



906 

15,894 
11,435 
1,479 

1,907 
50,436 
60,174 

616 



720 

2,491 
2,821 
10,844 
11,034 
2,694 
3,016 
124,920 
133,945 
2,312 
2,660 
84,649 
76,6" 
1,9 
2,257 
66,330 
71,609 



2,170 
56,201 
61,787 



1,350 
1,383 
42,618 
33,716 



1,217 
13,056 
24,043 



1,097 

22 , 701 

1,062 

1,109 
27,965 
24,091 



1,165 

25,744 
25,328 



8,978 
15,141 
2,176 
2,314 
111,875 
119,546 
1,785 
2,008 
91,0 
76, 522 
1,640 
1,648 
50,671 
41, 569 
16 



1,071 

1,305 

131,840 

88.0 

95,060 

28,8 



116,039 

124,612 

108.3 

95.5 



1,163 
20, 591 
22,913 



1,155 
5,673 
5,851 

. ' 



1,177 

83,041 
89,178 



1,133 

1,326 

165,760 

82.3 

104,648 

41,732 



136,463 

145,715 

120.4 

109.9 



1,037 
1,263 
49,866 

. 



1,102 
38,943 
40,722 



1,728 

167 

4,239 



9,325 
1,123 
1,316 
94,776 
106,121 
941 
1,140 
55,305 
54,843 



311,040 

90.7 

261,065 

56,175 



303,120 
73.8 
70.6 

7,195 
6,340 
99.67 
88.38 



4,153 
547 
9,261 
1,228 
1,179 
19,486 
15,499 
1,106 
1,527 
19,031 
26,541 

670 
1,046 
16,449 
28,955 

142 

3,413 

2,963 

3,481 

14,640 

18, 349 

3,779 

4,219 

212,393 

213,776 

2,909 

3,428 

140,623 

133,675 

2,069 

2,311 

38, 517 

42,040 



KENTUCKY 



63 



OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 

reports for only a sample of farms - See text] 



Bell 


Boone 


_*. 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckinridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


ill 3vay 


Campbell 


Carlisle 




1,034 


1,306 


1,530 


646 


1,132 


1,303 


2,076 


2,193 


792 


1,490 


1,289 


2,292 


874 


884 


1 


1,364 


1,314 


1,510 


686 


1,171 


1,364 


2,738 


2,338 


1,062 


1,910 


1,295 


2,746 


1,058 


989 


2 


236,8X10 


161,280 


192,000 


101,760 


116,480 


131,840 


316, 160 


362,240 


192,000 


283, 520 


228,480 


243,840 


96,640 


125,440 


3 


18.9 


80.7 


90.9 


57.7 


89.9 


91.5 


53.9 


82.6 


49.3 


68.9 


74.7 


76.9 


66.7 


80.8 




35,080 


101,400 


127,271 


59,085 


96,335 


95,295 


145,216 


266,349 


64,425 


182,849 


140,733 


174,605 


54,035 


74,950 


5 


6,455 


35,865 
4,000 


50,537 
26,791 


5,840 


18,730 
10,975 


37,450 


32,122 


35,881 


21,790 


23,970 


22,250 


32,670 


9,770 


28,690 


6 

7 


1,630 


5,279 


17,847 


2,015 


12,969 


10,015 


6,821 


17,962 


3,540 


4,470 


12,420 


14,641 


1,525 


8,420 


8 


44,827 


130,073 


174,460 


58,680 


104,706 


120,652 


170,520 


299,355 


94,627 


195,275 


170,610 


187,475 


64,488 


101,404 


9 


46,690 


134,105 


179,510 


61,067 


112,111 


126,565 


200,184 


313,588 


121,845 


222,693 


169,189 


209,102 


72,317 


108,021 


10 


43.4 


99.6 


114.0 


90.8 


92.5 


92.6 


82.1 


136.5 


119.5 


131.1 


132.4 


81.8 


73.8 


114.7 


11 


34.2 


102.1 


118.9 


89.0 


95.7 


92.8 


73.1 


134.1 


114.7 


116.6 


130.6 


76.1 


66.4 


109.2 


12 


2,908 


14,718 


27,881 


11,928 


12,539 


10,298 


2,966 


5,811 


11,862 


4,773 


5,285 


7,892 


9,043 


7,865 


U 


2,791 


14,051 


31,812 


8,509 


15,476 


8,079 


2,416 


4,735 


6,766 


3,395 


5,566 


6,048 


8,907 


6,164 


14 


76.47 


148.50 


287.04 


126.76 


158.45 


111.91 


39.21 


42.03 


119.50 


37.38 


43.84 


106.68 


131.94 


67.57 


15 


68.97 


134.39 


274.44 


82.66 


164.36 


87.65 


32.28 


33.28 


68.17 


32.07 


40.78 


75.25 


128.78 


64.17 


16 


84 


75 


73 


89 


49 


80 


89 


65 


64 


91 


76 


67 


90 


77 


17 


887 


1,165 


1,439 


546 


1,054 


1,209 


1,946 


2,052 


663 


1,289 


1,100 


1,906 


751 


743 


Lfl 


1,163 


1,212 


1,283 


503 


1,076 


1,297 


2,546 


2,199 


932 


1,679 


1,163 


2,510 


912 


888 


19 


4,867 


31,059 


55,669 


8,414 


30,606 


23,140 


12,560 


68,045 


28,046 


51,016 


46,851 


63,852 


15,855 


34,815 


20 


5,872 


33,589 


54,454 


7,288 


34,009 


25,105 


19,753 


76,721 


33,743 


54,301 


48,516 


70,058 


18,419 


37,550 


21 


753 


406 


525 


306 


480 


394 


1,595 


576 


147 


273 


194 


341 


254 


132 


22 


1,019 


356 


406 


290 


439 


360 


1,865 


448 


240 


371 


145 


433 


321 


96 


23 


93 


215 


320 


102 


203 


359 


278 


431 


117 


229 


195 


395 


194 


130 


24 


113 


243 


287 


107 


211 


422 


548 


432 


171 


369 


210 


585 


215 


135 


25 


26 


183 


164 


49 


94 


216 


45 


290 


96 


198 


164 


345 


113 


99 


a 


22 


197 


160 


39 


131 


261 


95 


385 


134 


275 


213 


597 


161 


143 


27 


11 


176 


170 




115 


172 


20 


356 


113 


241 


221 


430 


115 


127 


28 


5 


239 


162 


41 


123 


197 


28 


499 


163 


339 


267 


556 


146 


233 


."J 




141 


153 


39 


107 


62 


8 


290 


113 


255 


233 


334 


73 


167 


30 


4 


139 


155 




IX 


52 


10 


308 


151 


248 


240 


297 


62 


228 


31 




40 


50 


5 


31 


6 




89 


69 


76 


75 


51 


2 


75 


32 




34 


66 


7 


49 


5 




109 


64 


64 


75 






49 


33 




4 


57 


1 


24 






20 


8 


17 


18 


10 




13 


34 




* 


47 




23 






18 


9 


13 


13 


1 




4 


35 


382 


586 




321 


416 




1,519 


1,639 


404 


938 


1,039 


1,767 


119 


648 


16 


422 


1,011 


938 


108 


769 


922 


1,882 


1,794 


717 


1,302 


1,059 


2,260 


400 


873 


37 


3,345 


23,872 


89,045 


17,454 


22,226 


54,757 


28,406 


97,627 


13,163 


28,611 


56,939 


41,143 


3,423 


31,493 


38 


4,412 


45,059 


91,177 


2,668 


46,916 


42,152 


38,456 


79,655 


24,040 


31,730 


50,589 


38,239 


11,338 


34,669 


39 


329 


346 


59 


134 


83 


168 


854 


537 


183 


738 


397 


1,055 


150 


114 


40 


361 


351 


112 


163 


183 


255 


866 


832 


146 


1,035 


370 


1,646 


250 


285 


41 


4,207 


7,269 


966 


2,951 


891 




18,710 


17,796 


4,031 


17,520 


11,420 


19,952 


1,841 


2,339 


42 


3,795 


7,507 


2,930 


2,947 


3,612 


5,252 


14,250 


22,622 


3,589 


23,643 


11,721 


33,462 


3,349 


5,820 


43 


31 


144 


22 


40 


31 


63 




126 


68 


196 


104 


278 


46 


31 


U 




1,772 


435 


605 


300 


904 


806 


2,524 


1,079 


2,907 


1,916 


3,570 


402 


589 


45 


308 


245 


37 


104 




115 


817 


469 


132 


642 


334 


905 


116 


92 




3,626 


5,497 


531 


2,346 




2,764 


17,904 


15,272 


2,952 


14,613 


9,504 


16,382 


1,439 


1,750 


47 


181 


329 


49 


306 


249 


504 


1,005 


974 


356 


705 


464 


677 


140 


293 




236 


456 


97 


308 


189 


454 


873 


1.083 


568 


813 


349 


824 


240 


399 


49 


2,698 


7,458 


3,245 


9,805 


7,459 


15,706 


30,819 


33,854 


14,781 


21,645 


11,379 


12,643 


2,034 


7,263 


50 


4,323 


12,055 


2,744 


12,749 


6,231 


11,980 


27,132 


31,020 


19,642 


19,269 


7,205 


9,071 


3,572 


6,371 


51 


461 


231 


22 


181 


186 


108 


1,215 


933 


333 


966 


669 


1,465 


120 


365 


52 


566 


425 


61 


139 


194 


153 


1,654 


1,223 


436 


1,083 


690 


1,756 


265 


426 


53 


26,243 


5,938 


773 


7,542 


9,410 


3,409 


66,907 


53,076 


19,087 


45,756 


28,651 


31,464 


1,234 


11,842 


54 


20,241 


9,511 


4,734 


6,397 


10,752 


3,246 


83,584 


53,849 


26,813 


39,596 




34,226 


2,848 


12,851 


5 5 


153 


823 


183 


225 


478 


331 


276 


249 


255 


678 


113 


269 


748 


153 


56 


129 


458 


171 


412 


138 


741 


443 


608 




850 


331 


376 


671 


119 


57 


2,064 


48,762 


17,168 


10,162 


28,842 


13,036 


6,553 


9,418 


11,061 


18,506 


3,584 


4,067 


37,796 


7,388 


58 


1,641 


18,222 


13,812 


25,893 


5,729 


30,820 


11,274 


23,419 


7,929 


30,624 


10,686 


5,051 


28,967 


2,183 


59 


9 


155 


7 


93 


74 


24 


22 


90 


22 


154 


7 


51 


109 




,.i 


115 


7,910 


271 


4,325 


6,575 


459 


530 


2,675 


508 


2,763 


110 


765 


1,866 


1,456 


61 


838 


1,200 


1,039 


603 


873 


1,178 


1,989 


1,782 


670 


1,410 


1,208 


2,197 


813 


838 


62 


1,150 


1,240 


1,183 


643 


809 


1,150 


2,459 


2,127 


984 


1,843 


. 


2,621 


982 


960 


63 


1,403 


, 


7,594 


2,352 


5,272 


6,936 


6,565 


19,539 


4,458 


12,221 


11,786 


. 


2,305 


6,264 


64 


6,406 


8,162 


9,659 


3,125 


4,862 


8,010 


5,73? 


26,302 


6,089 


23,530 


16,298 


18,995 


3,824 


8,577 


65 


1,004 


. 


1,485 


609 


1,083 


1,286 


2,058 


2,184 


724 


1,458 


1,269 


2,234 


773 


862 


... 


1,263 


1,297 


1,418 


582 




1,335 


2,681 


2,316 


1,020 


1,859 


1,256 


2,710 


991 


975 


67 


12,419 


62,200 


145,680 


28,819 


53,723 


81,565 


59,676 


183,468 


45,240 


97,147 


115,210 


124,947 


21,119 


68,647 


68 


14,079 


86,155 


148,561 


12,903 


84,537 


72,509 


72,459 


178,998 


61,372 


109,674 


110,826 


141,759 


33,106 


78,039 


69 


595 


1,076 


906 


559 


804 


1,102 


1,815 


1,681 


655 


1,300 


1,085 


1,892 


809 


790 


70 


639 


1,188 


. 


565 


847 


1,222 


2,271 


2,017 


984 


1,688 


1,141 


2,379 


973 


899 


71 


8,107 


80,092 


109,458 


37,421 


58,527 


83,499 


65,778 


140,899 


39,005 


68,762 


71,902 


57,853 


43,253 


46,144 


72 


10,376 


75,336 


107,733 


41,310 


58,876 


84,952 


76,862 


134,094 


51,611 


81,623 


68,480 


52,361 


43,877 


43,223 


73 


592 


494 


62 


405 


351 


582 


1,665 


1,522 


547 


1,329 


985 


1,773 


231 


605 


74 


709 


670 


140 


396 


317 


547 


2,002 


1,747 


756 


1,440 


862 


2,110 


426 


701 


7 5 


28,941 


13, 396 


4,018 


17,347 


16,869 


19,115 


97,726 


86,930 


33,868 


67,401 


40,030 


44,107 


3,268 


19,105 


76 


24,564 


21,566 

12 


7,478 
37 


19,146 
2 


16,983 

1 


15,226 
6 


110,716 
2 


84,869 


46,455 

1 


58,865 


31,379 
9 


43,297 
7 


6,420 
10 
1 


19,222 
2 


77 
78 
79 




135 


817 
2 


49 


3 
6 


18 


9 


... 


2 




49 


19 


78 
2 


2 


80 
81 


20 


537 


675 


83 


759 


746 


511 


685 


115 


93 


103 


401 


301 


52 


82 


115 


2,984 


7,500 


636 


4,550 


3,396 


1,949 


3,091 


938 


765 


849 


3,021 


1,512 


582 


83 


1 


49 


111 


8 


34 


117 


81 


112 


20 


14 


14 


32 


33 


15 


84 


3 


1,145 


2,072 


220 


1,479 


984 


459 


2,899 


339 


208 


218 


478 


568 


246 


85 


1,010 


1,191 


1,252 


606 


986 


1,185 


2,017 


1,935 


715 


1,275 


1,131 




845 


836 


Bi 


. 


1,228 


1,285 


658 


1,084 


1,217 


2,585 


2,181 


1,029 


1,774 


1,202 


2,560 


1,002 


905 


87 


13 


81 


222 


23 


92 


89 


27 


198 


41 


115 


70 


61 


22 


27 


88 


17 


54 


132 


14 


49 


100 


59 


117 


31 


63 


65 


123 


36 


56 


ff l 



64 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 1 . 



-FARMS, ACREAGE, VALUE, AND FARM 

[Data for items shown In italics are based on 



(For definitions 



Crittenden Cumberland Daviess 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 

arms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Approximate land area acres 1954... 

Proportion in farms percent 1954. . . 

Land owned by farm operators acres 1954... 

Land rented front others by farm operators acres 1954... 

Land managed by farm operators acres 1954... 

Land rented to others by farm operators 

text) °«-es '954. . . 

Land in farms acres 1954.., 

1950... 
Average size of farm acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
due of land and buildings: 
Average per farm dol lars 1954.. 

1950.. 
Average per acre doll ars 1954. . 

1950. . 
Proportion of farms reporting value percent 1954.. 

Land in farns according to use; 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
10 to 19 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
20 to 29 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 
30 to 49 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
50 to 99 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
100 to 199 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
200 acres and over farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cropland used only for pasture. .farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 
acres 1954.. 
1949.. 
Cropland not harvested and not 

pastured farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cropland used only for crops not 

harvested and not pastured. .farms reporting 1954.. 

acres 1954.. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting 1954.. 

acres 1954.. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting 1954., 

1949., 

acres 1954., 

1949., 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting 1954., 

1949., 
acres 1954., 

Other pasture (not cropland and 

not woodland ) farms report ing 19 54 . 

1949., 

acres 1954., 

1949.. 

Improved (see text) farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954., 
Other land (house lots, roads, 

wasteland, etc.) farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Cropland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Land pastured, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Woodland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Cover crops turned under and land 

planted to another crop farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 
Cropland used for row or grain crops 

farmed on contour farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

FAHM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

residing on farm operated, .operators reporting 1954. 
1950. 



52,550 
24,245 
1,166 



75,287 

79,904 

91.6 

95.9 

7,891 

10,137 
87.46 
106.04 



1,980 

203 

6,387 



2,136 

2,111 

257,280 

72.7 

172,305 

15,376 

2,413 

10,038 



3,567 
52.37 
43.00 



1,233 
1,229 
37,419 
29,916 



2,732 

649 

12,984 

1,249 

1,105 

42,707 

35,050 

895 

1,040 
41,198 
40,446 



1,902 
1,981 
6,006 
12,431 
2,103 
2,005 
78,024 
66,123 
1,816 
1,865 
99,286 
95,859 
1,679 
1,604 
83,905 
75,49f 



2,772 
3,134 

278,400 
81.7 

207,040 



227,571 

229,147 

82.1 

73.1 

4,775 
3,484 
65.05 



1,989 
2,323 
42,630 
41,595 



15,323 
16,778 
1,845 



2,421 
2,895 
7,629 
8,759 
2,733 
3,070 
102,719 
108,098 
2,312 
2,661 
71,733 
74,270 
2,130 
2,369 
103,443 
96,393 



2,160 

2,598 

464,640 

72.5 

240,780 

90,150 

7,855 

13,989 

336,971 
369,431 

156.0 
142.2 

11,915 
9,249 
81.06 
66.26 



2,014 

2,400 

124,853 

128,574 



1,148 
32,797 
37,427 



819 
18,382 
18,380 
1,119 
1,290 
41,117 
49,633 

266 



3,165 

1,877 
2,276 
19,934 

2,127 

2,562 

247,628 

262,188 

1,693 

2,115 

118,270 

128,131 

1,425 

1,692 

59,499 

68,013 

22 



1,356 
1,459 
165,760 
84.0 
96,910 
50,649 
2,970 

9,126 

139,275 

153,554 

102.7 

105.2 

15,765 
18,273 
209.93 
182.43 



1,231 
1,324 
33,031 
41,894 



1,024 
77,126 
76,870 



2,013 

1,145 

1,189 

5,334 

6,773 

1,324 

1,434 

112,064 

121,167 

952 

1,092 

94,987 

95,124 



2,365 
2,693 

303,360 

56.7 

152,200 

38,235 

1,250 

9,422 

172,033 

202,883 
72.7 
75.3 

3,099 
2,936 
47.36 
39.01 



2,241 
2,528 
21,423 
29,137 



1,674 
1,998 
33,749 
40,316 



1,976 

993 

28,157 

607 

645 

18,120 

14,679 

1,242 

1,770 

58,880 

78,744 

218 



956 

2,184 
2,521 
5,321 
6,721 
2,341 
2,655 
85,305 
88,343 
1,677 
2,335 
56,276 
69,391 
1,615 
2,052 
77,000 
93,423 



1,416 
1,423 
122,240 
77.9 
86,765 
9,810 
2,280 

4,185 

95,245 

101,802 
67.3 
71.5 



1,321 
1,322 
26,881 
30,354 



1,034 
1,092 
24,340 
19,552 



93 

1,263 
1,338 
4,903 
5,526 
1,401 
1,398 
54,946 
56,954 
1,082 
1,186 
31,183 
28,312 
844 



1,157 

1,444 

233,600 

74.1 

174,605 

20,398 

3,350 

9,965 

173,156 

195,227 

149.7 

135.2 



1,201 
44,604 
52,651 



1,097 
54,253 
49,552 



383 

1,138 

1,392 

13,959 

18,009 

1,134 

1,399 

114,337 

121,520 

1,036 

1,273 

76,491 

77,987 

967 



154,908 
19,493 
1,200 



156,741 

172,219 

108.0 

102.5 



1,301 
1,555 
26,855 
32,284 



1,048 
22,677 
24,195 



1,064 

1,250 
1,420 
5,696 
7,965 
1,398 
1,639 
55,000 
64,888 
1,054 
1,225 
55,208 
53,920 
1,011 
1,105 
86,644 
87,494 



KENTUCKY 



65 



OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



reports for only a sample 


of farms . 


See text] 


























--_:„:, 


Elliott 


Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


«*. 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Cant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 




1,362 


1,074 


1,341 


1,418 


1,993 


2,532 


1,188 


940 


525 


1,778 


1,602 


3,763 


2,319 


2,008 


1,457 


1 


1,509 


1,145 


1,553 


1,413 


2,058 


2,994 


1,359 


1,022 


559 


1,941 


1,642 


4,067 


2,733 


2,394 


1,571 


2 


194,560 


153,600 


166,400 


179,200 


224,000 


257,280 


135,040 


131,200 


64,000 


151,04C 


160,000 


358,400 


328,960 


180,480 


224,000 


3 


63.2 


70.0 


65.0 


86.7 


89.7 


48.5 


85.7 


88.8 


91.4 


94.1 


98.5 


82.8 


78.3 


88.1 


64.7 


4 


120,410 


96,320 


100,245 


101,721 


175,622 


115,160 


104,230 


77,379 


42,660 


120,215 


130,210 


264,220 


241,580 


130,895 


127,552 


5 


14,555 


8,440 


19,460 


37,246 


51,015 


14,730 


31,615 


52,314 


17,575 


32,155 


34,400 


54,985 


23,435 


34,595 


22,220 


6 


4,355 






16,492 






750 


2,784 




2,900 










3,835 


7 


6,140 


2,840 


7,154 


10,051 


28,712 


6,000 


10,182 


12,853 


4,360 


17,983 


8,500 


20,050 


7,131 


11,480 


6,199 


8 


122,993 


107,555 


108,090 


155,397 


200,916 


124,840 


115,673 


116,460 


58,510 


142, 167 


157,607 


296,663 


257,621 


159,082 


145,033 


9 


127,058 


117,154 


128,474 


161,038 


196,963 


137,740 


125,746 


110,895 


57,057 


141,211 


158,875 


318,984 


279,377 


165,273 


157,989 


10 


90.3 


100.1 


80.6 


109.6 


100.8 


49.3 


97.4 


123.9 


111.4 


80.0 


98.4 


78.8 


111.1 


79.2 


99.5 


11 


84.2 


102.3 


82.7 


114.0 


95.7 


46.0 


92.5 


108.5 


102.1 




96.8 


78.4 


102.2 


69.0 


100.6 


12 


3,646 


3,494 


3,777 


39,756 


12,482 


3,306 


14,060 


15,343 


9,314 


12,221 


8,768 


6,301 


4,379 


6,030 


5,172 


13 


3,670 


3,170 


3,422 


45,932 


8,511 


3,227 


15,004 


13,862 


7,155 


10,532 


8,766 


5,681 


3,561 


4,582 


5,409 


14 


40.39 


35.60 


47.52 


446.90 


124.39 


75.21 


149.49 


117.87 


81.97 


159.18 


95.94 


77.97 


39.50 


81.37 


57.50 


15 


40.59 


30.93 


39.85 


409.62 


88.06 


67.42 


163.75 


118.11 


. 


146.55 


87.26 


72.12 


35.54 


63.86 


54.56 


16 




92 


87 


66 


72 


92 


1 


77 


78 


83 


79 


63 


83 


77 


74 


17 


1,248 


976 


1,113 


1,207 


1,817 


2,325 


1,104 


846 


494 


1,596 


1,464 


3,089 


2,149 


1,874 


1,295 


18 


1,358 


1,082 


1,315 


1,245 


1,881 


2,668 


1,216 


968 


515 


1,795 


1,511 


3,686 


2,498 


2,225 


1,436 


19 


28,444 


11,882 


15,419 


40,817 


41,755 


12,027 


20,601 


57,736 


11,069 


32,357 


26,875 


100,031 


58,607 


47,209 


18,522 


20 


29,450 


1A.668 


18,393 


45,910 


40,877 


14,537 


24,730 


58,719 


10,548 


34,049 


27,779 




69,467 


49,904 


22,609 


21 


444 


519 


654 


530 


553 


2,022 


517 


153 


153 


676 


523 


685 


563 


421 


690 


22 


449 


518 


694 


522 


566 


2,293 


513 


135 


171 


733 


490 


619 


470 


540 


694 


23 


311 


264 


204 


240 


463 


259 


280 


186 


141 


424 


414 


694 


508 


499 


326 


24 


345 


319 


312 


231 


517 


304 


319 


203 


149 


508 


487 


835 


642 


673 


394 


25 


170 


113 


115 


96 


293 


30 


123 




69 


193 


260 


492 


-11 


390 


1A2 


26 


224 


142 




123 


325 


48 


156 


151 


94 


236 


292 


739 


519 


465 


165 


27 


170 


62 




145 


338 


10 


106 




87 


160 


207 


588 


362 


360 


79 


28 


216 


83 


LJJ 


151 


325 


18 


133 


147 


61 


180 


188 


783 


543 


354 


123 


29 


129 


18 


43 


121 


147 




58 


142 


36 


113 


50 


499 


245 


168 




30 


104 


19 




133 


129 


5 






35 


103 


38 


568 


280 


177 


48 


31 


22 




7 




19 




15 






24 


9 


112 


51 


34 


7 


32 


18 

2 
2 


. 


6 


55 
29 

33 


18 
1 




21 
5 
5 






31 


16 
1 


133 
19 


37 
9 
7 


16 


9 

3 


33 
34 
35 


1,094 


515 


301 


776 


1,262 


1,044 


e34 


490 


258 


1,355 


853 


2,722 


2,043 


1,292 


582 


36 


1,251 


9C2 


915 


907 


1,704 


1,862 


. 


547 


274 


1,378 


1,074 


3,359 


2,043 


1,729 


828 


37 


36,0% 


1/4,494 


6,538 


84, 135 


65,188 


14,689 


51,795 


25,396 


8,518 


81,824 


47,949 


87,745 


84,436 


38,645 


11,894 


38 


35,463 


29,867 


21,071 


80,520 


105,232 


, 


52,^31 


23,764 


14,397 


73,625 


64,050 


82,100 


69,794 


44,307 


23,207 


39 


505 


371 


267 


87 


273 


561 


201 


105 


109 


50 


283 


1,679 


731 


482 


530 


40 


• 


377 


317 


114 


130 


724 


192 


199 


104 


79 


123 


2,023 


997 


888 


598 


41 


10,444 


6,200 


5,121 


1,497 


5,869 


7,633 


4,829 


2,719 


2,235 


719 


5,047 


42,257 


18,244 


8,011 


8,893 


42 


8,950 


7,985 


5,773 


2,191 


2,505 


8,652 


5,052 


5,039 


2,221 


1,832 


2,196 


41,428 


25,039 


17,830 


13,392 


43 


146 


44 


52 




97 


77 


96 


32 






104 


243 


153 


202 


135 


44 


2,491 


575 


663 


758 


1,232 


857 


1,880 


792 


373 


66 


993 


4,403 


2,816 


. 


984 


45 


431 


355 


245 


57 


196 


520 


126 


78 




40 


198 


1,543 


631 


338 


450 


46 


7,953 


5,625 


4,458 


739 


4,637 


6,776 


2,949 


1,927 


1,862 


653 


4,054 


37,854 


15,428 


5,856 


7,909 


47 


678 


700 


412 




549 


1,271 


580 


194 


310 


286 


599 


927 


1,020 


897 


768 


48 


563 


483 


606 


69 


422 


1,477 


348 


229 


209 


294 


408 


1,027 


940 


684 


924 


49 


17,459 


21,478 


13,944 


2,337 


12,223 


36,025 


17,801 


7,134 


16,843 


6,002 


12,516 


11,023 


25,899 


15,430 


34,983 


50 


12,852 


14,099 


21,607 


2,836 


9,129 


34,564 


9,804 


3,998 


7,831 


6,890 


6,835 


9,718 


17,602 


10,064 


36,239 


53 


582 


755 


692 


68 


519 


1,013 


133 


191 


103 


239 


156 


. 


1,161 


844 


778 


52 


841 


798 


863 


56 


452 


1,120 


182 


253 


76 


175 


165 


. 


1,613 


1,063 


825 


53 


24,651 


39,812 


35,094 


2,893 


31,179 


37,536 


4,146 


16,739 


4,216 


8,748 


4,006 


24,961 


42,414 


16,812 


49,016 


54 


31,134 


33,487 


43,365 


2,330 


22,341 


33,125 


4,837 


14,574 


3,225 


8,692 


2,282 


29,224 


46,819 


19,010 


42,716 


■'■ 


87 


418 




162 


742 


708 


156 


21 


254 


40 


814 


411 


229 


687 


469 


••> 


150 


331 


481 


210 


155 


618 


359 


53 


242 


123 


790 


566 


816 


541 


484 


57 


1,720 


9,482 


26,414 


15,882 


36,684 


10,737 


8,210 


838 


12,938 


1,528 


48,683 


7,296 


6,993 


22,055 


13,949 


58 


2,472 


11,428 


11,321 


18,686 


5,645 


8,034 


17,100 


854 


15,543 


5,421 


45,706 


7,679 


28,471 


9,521 


12,634 


V, 


7 




53 


38 


132 


52 


13 


3 


75 




123 


53 


23 


274 


131 


1. 


54 


300 


732 


6,133 


2,896 


453 


1,008 


60 


1,371 


493 


J, 41? 


867 


751 


6,308 


2,718 


61 


1,085 


992 


1,215 


1,039 


1,675 


2,389 


1,057 


590 


456 


1,459 


1,449 


3,464 


2,206 


1,755 


1,294 


62 


1,414 


958 


1,375 


1,229 




2,747 


1,145 


642 


455 


1,580 


1,470 


3,812 


2,630 


2,075 


1,442 


63 


4,179 


4,207 


5,560 


7,836 


8,018 


6,193 


8,291 


5,898 


2,691 


10,989 


12,531 


23,350 


21,028 


10,920 


7,776 


64 


6,737 


5,620 


6,944 


8,565 


11,235 


8,590 


12,192 


6,947 


3,292 


10,702 


10,027 


28,826 


22,185 


14,637 


7,192 


'■'■ 


1,355 


1,040 


1,195 


1,323 


1,933 


2,432 


. 


920 


508 


1,767 


1,563 


3,710 


2,298 


1,973 


1,402 


i,i. 


1,495 


1,132 


1,441 


1,353 


2,020 


2,919 


1,310 




539 


1,910 


1,595 


4,012 


2,690 


2,349 


1,498 


67 


74,984 


32,576 


27,078 


126,449 


112,812 


34,349 


77,225 


85,851 


21,822 




79,871 


230,033 


. 


93,865 


39,309 




73,863 


52,520 


45,237 


128,621 


148,614 


53,427 


81,813 


84,522 


27,166 


109,506 


94,025 


243,537 


164,300 


112,041 


59,208 




1,129 


950 


1,039 


912 


1,621 


1,974 


960 


508 


424 


1,373 


1,389 


2,933 


2,101 


1,628 


1,194 


70 


1,314 


1,075 


1,325 


1,084 


1,779 


2,537 


1,140 


589 


459 


1,462 


1,496 


3,548 


2,510 


1,919 


1,366 


72 


55,275 


45,454 


46,896 


102,354 


114,095 


61,451 


77,806 


33,368 


38,299 


89,354 


109, 148 


106,064 


117,328 


76,130 


60,826 


72 


50,787 


. 


53,999 


102,042 


120,005 


72,836 


78,935 


25,616 


37,771 


85,936 


116,591 


99,497 


115,867 


63,892 


72,080 


73 


1,037 


948 


931 


131 


869 


1,868 


655 


355 


348 


496 


708 


2,292 


1,923 


1,374 


1,139 


74 


1,150 


975 


1,206 


109 


772 


2,055 


470 


424 


241 


416 


534 


2,678 


2,169 


1,426 


1,230 


75 


42,110 


61,290 


49,038 


5,230 


43,402 


73,561 


21,947 


23,873 


21,059 


14,750 


16,522 


35,984 


68,313 


32,242 


83,999 


71 


43,986 


47,586 


64,972 


5,166 


31,469 


67,689 


14,641 


18,572 


11,056 


15,582 


1, 


38,942 


64,421 


29,074 


78,955 


77 




1 


1 


25 


2 


4 


27 


2 


13 


3 


13 


4 




2 


3 


78 








4 






















1 


79 




1 


1 


301 


21 


8 


392 


44 


93 


18 


145 


i ii 




2 


12 


80 








14 






















35 


81 


168 


415 


308 


699 


1,138 


202 


698 


57 


293 


908 


559 


376 


396 


i . 1 Li 


487 


82 


458 


859 


753 


8,207 


5,204 


838 


4,386 


1,382 


1,533 


4,238 


3,326 


3,051 


1,511 


4,269 


1,597 


83 


32 


5 


5 


73 


167 


53 


39 


23 


72 


378 


411 


64 


152 


70 


26 


84 


488 


41 


131 


. 


2,471 


221 


558 


1,021 


795 


4,515 


3,000 


1,106 


2,753 


1,027 


140 


85 


1,218 


1,051 


1,215 


1 169 


1,803 


2,503 


1,037 


809 


47' 


1,5P4 


1,400 


3,209 


2,064 


1,907 


1,325 


86 


1,334 


1,110 


1,387 


1,301 


1,839 


2,929 


1,248 


915 


514 


1,650 


1,545 


3,688 


2,537 


2,258 


1,503 


87 


104 


21 


102 


147 


154 


23 


105 


86 


45 


128 


149 


246 


134 


73 


85 


88 


62 


28 


78 


91 


146 


31 


94 


82 


y - 


64 


70 


170 


69 


82 


41 


89 



66 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 1 —FARMS, ACREAGE, VALUE, AND FARM 

[Data for items shown In italics are based on 



Harlan Harrison 



Hickman Hopki: 



FARMS, ACREAGE, AND VALUE 

Farms number 195-4. 

1950. 

Approximate land area acres 1954. 

Proportion in farms percent 1954. 

Land ouned by farm operators acres 1954. 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .acres 1954. 

Land managed by farm operators acres 1954. 

Land rented to others by farm operators 

re text! acres 1954. 

Land in farms acres 1954. 

1950. 
Average size of farm acres 1954. 

1950. 
lue of land and buildings: 
Average per farm dol lars 1954. 

1950. 
Average per acre dol lars 1954. 

1950. 
Proportion of farms reporting value percent 1954. 

Land in faras according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



1 to 9 acres farms 

10 to 19 acres farms 

20 to 29 acres farms 

30 to 49 acres farms 

50 to 99 acres farms 

100 to 199 acres farms 



Cropland used only for past 






Cropland lying idle farms 

Woodland pastured farms 

Woodland not pastured farms 

Other pasture (not cropland and 
not woodland ) farms 

Improved (see text ) farms 

Other land (house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc.) farms 

Cropland , total farms 

Land pastured , total farms 

Woodland, total farms 

Irrigated land In farms farms 

Cover crops turned under and land 
planted to another crop farms 

Cropland used for row or grain crops 
farmed on contour farms 



reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 
reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 
reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
reporting 1954. , 

1949. . 

reporting 1954., 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

reporting 1954. 
acres 1954. 

reporting 1954. 

1949., 

acres 1954., 

1949., 

reporting 1954., 

1949. , 

acres 1954., 

1949., 

reporting 1954. , 

1949., 

acres 1954.. 

1949., 

reporting 1954. . 

1949., 

acres 1954., 

1949. . 

reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 



835 

937 

119,1 8C 

73.7 

69,250 

15,945 

3,982 



5,891 
5,293 
62.17 
51.02 



2,513 

2,680 

394,240 



275,681 

281,065 

109.7 

104.9 



2,239 
2,382 
82, 203 
85,322 



2,025 
2,087 
98,413 
90,233 



2,604 

538 

13,391 



1,170 
28,145 
31,670 



1,752 

2,375 

2,564 

16, 553 

18,623 

2,477 

2,620 

196,611 

192, 252 

2,189 

2,369 

132,785 

128,753 

1,653 

1,751 

49,477 

50,029 

14 



300, 160 

14.8 

38,553 

9,142 



44,342 

50,364 

47.0 

50.5 



1,901 

2,011 

1 197, 120 

93.3 

160, 568 

54,955 



12,360 
14, 120 
126.49 
132.71 



1,764 
1,851 
33,130 
38, 197 



1,042 
1,503 
6 ,56: 
97, 580 



1,528 

1,700 

7,920 

9,990- 

1,845 

1,979 

99,999 

139,942 

1,501 

1,717 

136,213 

141,436 

705 

724 



2,577 
2,7 

272,000 



211,623 
233, 564 

82.1 



2,596 

48,154 
■ .. 



2,218 

72, 206 
83, 280 



724 
,.,■. 
15,529 
18,078 
1,136 
1,268 
35,885 
32,994 

432 



3,831 

2,065 

2,380 

16, 170 

15,025 

2,545 

2,758 

130,601 

154,970 

1,892 

2,329 

101, 173 

113,855 

1,572 



1,399 
1,654 

281,600 
82.2 
127, 162 
102, 576 
10, 196 

20,232 



16,053 
12,496 
99.17 

85.10 



1,294 

1,510 

111,384 

120,207 



1,107 
1,339 
67, 150 
65,096 



1,557 
18,008 
18,003 
1,385 
1,628 
\&6,48l 
199,463 
1,143 



184,960 

86.0 

110,244 

54,630 



158,989 

II ■ . 2 '" 
102.2 
106.6 

15,037 
12,456 
155.10 
118.77 



1,478 
1,542 
35, 203 
41,734 



1,082 
1,423 
68,894 
76,625 



526 

1,310 

1,467 

7,256 

11,454 

1,530 

1,576 

107,491 

123,717 

1,213 

1,468 

109,637 

106,633 

586 

615 



983 

1,294 

158, '2J 

85.4 

90, 339 

46,265 



10,463 
7,952 
76.17 
90.08 



1,115 
52,811 
55,665 



1,081 
35,449 
47,435 



1,159 

8,580 

10,934 

937 

1,258 

91,592 

107,747 

860 

1,130 

51,040 

57,754 



1,516 
2,130 
355,200 
58.6 
132,897 
64,453 
14,600 

10,772 

208, 149 

247,663 

137.3 

116.3 

7,087 
5,864 

61.42 
50.49 



1,372 
1,790 
70,232 
77,235 



1,469 
29,879 
38,970 



1,222 

19,500 
42,736 



1,033 
37, 390 

50,719 



2,332 

1,437 
1,975 
19,298 
19,526 
1,488 
2,057 
119,611 
158,941 
1,155 
1,668 
61,729 
57, 447 
952 
1,272 
46,872 
61,446 



FARM OPERATORS 
Residing on farm operated operators reporting : 

residing on farm operated, .operators reporting 



The excess of farm acreage over approximate land area is due to the 
though a part of the farm may be situated in an adjoining county. 



that the entire acreage c 



is tabulated 



Is located, 



KENTUCKY 



67 



OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 

reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



1,742 
2,673 
240,000 
49.4 
95,727 
30,082 
5,253 



118,467 

157,919 

68.0 

59.1 

25,500 
18,255 
453.77 
273.02 



1,187 

1,089 

113,280 

90.7 
83,755 
24,968 
5,170 

13,372 



1,528 
1,801 
168,960 
53.3 
82,435 
8,730 



90,117 

109,133 

59.0 

60.6 

3,068 
2,704 
53.23 



1,167 
1,186 
105, -' 
68.0 
64,630 
13,395 
1,900 



71,841 

72,324 

61.6 

61.0 

13,374 
12,327 
216.40 
1B8.« ' 



1,842 
1,683 
227,840 
43.9 
91,170 
13,240 



100,123 

105, 111 

54.4 

62.5 

2,637 
2,776 
49.68 
40.37 



2,363 

2,763 

238,720 

63.0 

140,913 

24,170 



150,430 

153,755 

63.7 

55.6 

2,774 
2,576 
46.45 
45.08 



1,357 

1,515 

166,400 

81.1 

127,750 

16,830 



134,938 

149,137 

99.4 

98.4 

8,141 
6,656 
74.49 
71.69 



3,006 

3,178 

283, 520 

53.1 

131,060 

10,915 



L ,489 

166,337 
50.0 
52.3 



4,521 
88.20 
85.68 



1,554 

1,883 

272,000 

65.5 

170, 273 
19,445 



178, 248 

205,973 

114.7 

109.4 

3,965 

3,551 
36.68 
36.25 



1,108 

134,400 

42.0 

48,807 

15,720 



56,411 
69,952 

65.1 
63.1 



263,680 

28.0 

48,615 

20,365 



73,887 

99,389 

69.6 

69 . 3 

2,110 
2,090 
35.57 
32.95 



1,574 

1,722 

216,960 

37.9 



82,240 

89,631 

52.2 

52.1 

2,504 
2,554 
51.92 
49.89 



1,657 

1,768 

310,400 



218,421 

227, 560 

131.8 

128.7 

6,270 
5,323 
49.47 
40.00 



2,241 

2,553 

217,600 

81.9 

134,584 

51,675 



178,208 

192,771 

79.5 

75.3 

8,998 
8,240 
116.41 
106.92 



1,034 
27,635 
28,478 



1,543 
8,508 
10,961 



1,752 
1,599 
7,678 
9, 173 



2,144 
2,496 
21,698 
26,891 



1,185 
1,401 
43,308 
48,166 



2,866 
2,926 

35,319 
42,921 



1,406 
1,727 
16,629 
21,148 



1,024 
1,358 
4,732 
7,725 



1,429 

1,521 
6,000 
7,550 



1,554 
1,684 
29,159 
33,631 



■1,375 
30,439 

30,851 



1,069 

, 

21,405 



1,268 
1,426 
21,333 
21,377 

1,061 
1,129 
18,362 
18,384 



1,337 
46,215 

49,300 



2,265 
2,11/4 
40,995 
36,069 

1,121 
1,268 
16,150 
21,166 



1,002 
17,024 
26,947 



1,410 
1,679 
46,706 
54, 116 



6,411 

11,019 

1,586 

2,435 

82,427 

100,663 

1,452 

2,109 

52,097 

66,750 

611 

926 



933 
6,782 
6,527 
1,156 
1,061 
84,966 
74,383 
961 
980 



702 

1,048 
1,597 
3,038 
8,756 
1,448 
1,668 
26,082 
37,922 
1,301 
1,573 
47,894 
52,705 
1,177 
1,394 
48,481 
45,780 



5,582 

1,007 
1,093 
2,898 
4,098 
1,110 
1,077 
38,107 
37,353 
915 
1,0M 
44,752 
46,686 



576 
316 
15,372 
7,696 
1,163 
1,015 
49,127 
41,002 

665 



3o9 

1,814 
1,359 

3,080 
5,557 
1,799 
, 
23,007 
42,366 
1,416 
1,376 
31,420 
37,591 
1,498 
1,154 
64,499 
48,698 



658 
789 
21,714 
15,981 
1,235 
1,421 
53,311 
48,962 

455 



702 

2,057 
2,380 
5,389 
9,614 
2,294 
2,650 
61,393 
66,652 
1,802 
2,110 
51,670 
49,904 
1,653 
1,789 
75,025 
64,943 



ISO 

1.1B7 

1,416 

8,475 

9,805 

1,335 

1,492 

94,330 

103,812 

1,139 

1,376 

59,508 

62,095 

839 

914 



871 

755 

12,425 

9,135 

1,537 

34,087 
36,380 

537 



423 

2,913 
3,006 

5,645 
10,224 
2,981 
3,089 
92,464 
100, 156 
2,597 
2,622 
59,288 
55,646 
2,120 
2,134 
46,512 
45,515 



1,080 
52,707 
68,602 



1,035 

47,457 

48,664 

95 

2,522 

1,471 
1,742 
4,539 
6,644 
1,470 
1,829 

30,886 

46,207 
1,388 
1,630 

99,229 

100,171 

1,354 

1,524 

95,366 
104,458 



1,005 
2,900 

2,711 

860 

1,070 

24,875 

34,795 



1,074 
39,941 
55,613 



1,320 
1,516 
2,438 
1,054 
1,430 
20,486 
28,780 
765 
976 



1,185 
50,045 
64,991 



35 

1,408 
1,518 
4,069 
5,523 
1,546 
1,638 
23, 595 
30,853 
1,142 
1,237 
. 
26, 532 
1,266 
1,169 
51,578 
48,323 



4,223 

1,506 
1,610 
8,638 
11,275 
1,613 
1,738 
51,097 
67,042 
1,325 
1,565 
91,343 
109,031 
1,173 
1,346 
130,635 
123,620 



9,084 

2,048 
2,246 

8,078 
8,610 
2,162 
2,484 
102,654 
117,438 
1,792 
2,173 
89,815 
94,237 
1,149 
1,303 
35,989 
38,281 



68 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 1 . 



-FARMS, ACREAGE VALUE, AND FARM 

[Data for items shown in italics are based on 



Marion Marshall Martin 



FARMS, ACREAGE. AMD VALUE 

Farms number 195-4. . 

1950.. 

proxijnate land area acres 1954.. 

Proportion in farms percent 1954. . 

Land ouned by farm operators acres 1954.. 

Land rented from others by farm operators. .. .acres 1954.. 

Land managed by farm operators acres 1954.. 

Land rented to others by farm operators 

e text) acres 1954.. 

Land in farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Average size of farm acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
lue of land and buildings: 
Average per farm dollars 1954.. 

1950.. 
Average per acre dollars 1954.. 

1950. . 
Proportion of farms reporting value percent 1954.. 

Land in fans according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

1 to 9 acres farms reporting 1954., 

1949.. 
10 to 19 acres farms reporting 1954., 

1949.. 
20 to 29 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
30 to 49 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
50 to 99 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
100 to 199 acres farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
200 acres and over farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

Cropland used only for pasture. .farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 
acres 1954.. 
1949.. 
Cropland not harvested and not 

pastured farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949. 

Cropland used only for crops not 

harvested and not pastured. .farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

Cropland lying idle farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

Woodland pastured farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting 1954, 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Other pasture (not cropland and 

not woodland) farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Improved (see text) farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 
Other land (house lots, roads, 

wasteland, etc.) farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Cropland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Land pastured, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Woodland, total farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 
1949. 
Cover crops turned under and land 

planted to another crop farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 
Cropland used for row or grain crops 

farmed on contour farms reporting 1954. 

acres 1954. 

FARM OPERATORS 

Residing on farm operated operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

residing on farm operated. .operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 



2,524 
3,052 

360,320 

79.3 

249,489 

58,265 

1,340 

. ." 

285,637 
323,526 

113.2 
106.0 

8,333 
8,001 
74.96 
75.74 



2,376 
2,830 

110,994 
120,342 



11,313 
918 
1,035 
18,733 
22,499 
1,171 
1,457 
36,453 
46,032 

478 



3,663 

2,199 

2,554 

18,927 

17,952 

2,498 

2,989 

198,741 

-'.v •■«■' 

1,872 

2,425 

102,186 

110,411 

1,653 

1,961 

55,186 

68,531 

60 



695 

860 

162,560 

57.9 
91,480 

15,255 
2,127 

3,722 

94,128 

108,793 

135.4 

126.5 

7,835 
5,604 
58.96 
49.15 



1,477 
1,720 
160,640 
60.2 
81,905 
20,615 



96,778 

119,063 

65.5 

69.2 

8,521 

6,953 
130.27 



1,123 

1,511 
30,618 
43,067 



1,785 


497 


934 


2,179 


701 


1,197 


70,670 


25,428 


27,036 


71,317 


29,017 


27,493 


828 


163 


510 


1,115 


218 


854 


17,077 


4,390 


9,093 


28,789 


5,300 


17,135 



955 

1,409 
1,538 
8,461 
8,226 
1,417 
1,693 
66,747 
87,695 
1,166 
1,346 
40,041 
37,469 
709 
906 



906 

1,162 

261,120 

14.7 

37,025 

2,345 



38,285 

45,714 

42.3 

39.3 

2,014 
1,642 

52.14 
38.82 



1,026 
1,283 

164,480 



127,913 

149,936 

124.7 

116.9 

9,383 
8,298 
77.46 



1,191 
59,535 

I ', 84 



923 

1,231 
10,480 
12,109 

1,010 

1,241 

92,528 

107,073 

824 

1,078 
38,786 
36,917 



2,866 

3,090 

285,440 

83.1 

216,603 

57,505 

6,940 



237,337 

260,782 

82.8 

84.4 

11,961 
9,112 
144.05 
119.64 



2,541 

2,771 
47,043 



3,213 

2,235 

2,353 

12,065 

16,293 

2,738 

3,000 

U2,941 

176,044 

1,961 

2,330 

154,177 

172,352 

835 

774 

33,144 

32,053 



1,718 

1,855 

193,920 

59.1 

105,015 

14,525 



114,581 

126,584 

66.7 



2,595 
2,965 
39.18 

44.02 



1,567 
1,763 
11,315 
15,515 



1,112 
35,938 
37,562 



380 

1,536 
1,690 
3,490 
6,015 
1,653 
1,821 
29,878 
46,445 
1,466 
1,644 
55,991 
57,152 
1,410 
1,530 
68,485 
.... ,483 



1,653 
1,978 

219,520 



188,753 

198,201 

114.2 

100.2 

9,369 
7,633 
89.32 

79.75 



1,479 
1,794 
44,725 
53,853 



1,157 
1,227 

■ ,. ) 
56,749 



1,095 

1,387 

1,712 

6,195 

9,239 

1,587 

1,888 

109,448 

112,419 

1,377 

1,570 

97,304 

94,995 

965 

987 



1,653 

1,981 

193,920 

72.6 

124,061 
20,120 



151,623 
85.2 
76.5 



1,358 
1,740 
36,679 
45,043 



1,201 
1,398 
32,229 
28,643 



1,094 
19,174 
24,242 



1,195 
18,929 



812 

1,539 
1,859 
8,023 
11,710 
1,613 
1,920 
88,082 
97,928 
1,397 
1,711 
58,041 
47,647 
1,284 
1,540 
27,598 
32,070 



KENTUCKY 



69 



OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



reports for 


only a sampl 


= of farms . 


See tert] 


























»_, 


"— 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 




Montgomery 


Morgan 


.Wenherg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 






1,003 


779 


1,823 


2,024 




1,295 


2,074 


1,413 


1,647 


1,345 


2,313 


656 


1,668 


1,052 


1 


1^530 


1,110 




1,934 


2,212 


2^271 


1,283 


2,210 


2,047 


1,987 


1,399 


2,395 


769 


1,749 


1,333 


2 


152,960 


197,120 


134,400 


163,840 


189,440 


213,760 


130,560 


236,160 


308,480 


279,680 


130,560 


381,440 


117,760 


224,640 


126,080 


3 


93.6 


69.6 


54.8 


92.5 


85.4 




87.1 


. 


59.2 


75.7 


86.3 


64.0 


37.4 


88.7 


65.8 


4 


88,550 


130,940 


68,815 


117,448 


158,645 


154,915 


88,882 


175,744 


138,380 


165,774 


89,635 


202,390 


66,750 


151,233 


70,835 


5 


62,070 


14,925 


6,395 


48,840 


21,550 


42,966 


39,150 


16,520 


44,570 


33,765 


20,670 


52,606 


29,925 


53,905 


10,775 


6 


3,540 


1,700 




2,642 


3,675 




1,324 




17,803 


4,405 


4,750 


12,873 


7,600 


6,840 




7 




5,765 


830 


14,97; 


25,981 


11,095 


9,362 


9,070 




6,958 


8,776 


13,775 


4,745 


8,201 


2,945 


8 


143,242 


137,171 


73,671 


151,547 






113,743 


176,886 


182,707 




112,714 


243,967 


102,974 


199,350 


83,018 


9 


150,041 


150,564 


70,615 


158,070 


173,538 


199,928 


113,983 


180,570 


195,664 


243,720 


122,264 


279,576 


108,572 


202,436 


92,859 


10 


98.9 


136.3 


94.6 


. 


79.9 


95.7 


67.8 


85.3 


129.3 


128.5 


83.8 


105.2 


157.0 


119.5 


78.9 


11 


98.1 


135.6 


94.4 


81.7 


78.5 


88.0 


88.8 


81.7 


95.6 


122.7 


87.4 


96.6 


. 


115.7 


69.7 


12 


19,612 


8,120 




15,018 


5,324 


4,234 


14,120 


4,679 


6,702 


12,572 


8,982 


5,250 


26,897 


8,765 


4,413 


13 


12,694 


6,463 


3,110 


12,216 


3,983 


3,684 


. 


3,315 


3,785 


10,483 


9,888 


3,769 


20,105 


9,429 


3,453 


14 


196.14 


58.95 


34.48 


199.04 


65.41 


46.35 


160.59 


57.19 




88.12 


127.33 


47.79 


156.79 


80.36 


58.80 


1? 


127.59 




32.28 


156.53 








40.85 


40.10 


33.55 


109.81 


38.89 


- 


74.33 


43.48 


16 


74 


K 


85 




66 


75 


■ 


81 


69 


7 


69 


78 


82 


55 


80 


17 


1,375 


903 




1,591 




1,754 


1,231 


1,967 


1,346 


. 


1,189 


2,015 


586 


1,582 


1,016 


18 


1,415 


. 


693 






2,097 


1,200 


2,073 




1,738 


1,258 


2,562 


699 


. 


. 


1-J 


37,930 


38,739 


7,859 


39,014 


41,738 


47,227 


23,306 


21,942 


54,952 


57,888 




67,913 


34,898 


27,994 




20 


39,998 


44,433 


8,417 


45,897 


47,034 


57,301 


22,647 


23,939 


55,657 


67,594 


22,660 


75,353 


38,210 


31,084 


13,684 


21 


385 


189 


413 


638 




464 


559 




265 


420 


483 


505 


141 


597 




22 


. 




329 


601 


493 


511 






481 




458 


605 


178 


540 




23 






200 


365 


485 


424 


284 


. 


263 


. 1 


362 


461 


66 


464 


238 


24 






236 


408 


598 


460 




632 


357 


312 


398 


579 


93 


548 


386 


25 






78 


209 










233 


160 


194 


300 


69 


253 




26 






83 


241 


383 


412 




189 


304 


229 






67 


313 


106 


27 






35 


192 




347 




104 


260 


231 


99 


344 


72 


198 




28 


265 






249 




418 


127 


14 


334 






476 


113 


192 




29 


140 


196 








203 




27 


215 


250 


43 




132 


56 




30 


182 


215 


5 




158 


248 


64 


20 


215 


290 


44 


337 


138 


70 


11 


31 


-.- 


72 








31 


18 




S3 




7 


84 


74 


13 


3 


12 


43 






42 






' 


4 


76 








74 


12 


2 


33 


6 

1 


17 












"i 


27 

12 


24 




24 

14 


32 
36 


1 
1 




34 
35 


973 










1,156 




1,183 




1,221 


990 




282 


1,173 


767 


36 


1,193 


707 


627 




1,725 


. 






1,235 


1,518 


1,129 


2,150 


513 


1,349 


1,096 


37 


67,616 




. 


55,122 




30,667 




34,209 




76,826 


57,323 


35,107 


18,373 


88,132 


, 


!6 


78,578 






57,520 


47,568 


34,981 




43,847 




82,694 


69,990 


50,561 


27,973 


84,102 


25,207 


(9 


122 


220 


182 


209 


439 


624 




867 


586 


196 


104 


941 


59 


319 


500 


40 


101 


442 


214 


123 




1,006 




609 


998 


205 


93 




106 


144 


302 


41 


. 


6,520 


2,812 


3,388 






2,357 




14,281 


5,946 


3,669 


17,880 


1,443 


7,084 


. 


42 


1,987 


12,246 


. 


1,771 


9,067 


16,972 


1,811 




25,933 


4,694 


1,808 


36,854 


2,722 


2,651 


4,368 


43 




43 


29 


46 


206 


301 


26 


207 


158 








27 


112 


53 


.... 




796 


208 




4,272 


3,682 






3,543 




1,857 


2,511 


706 


1,639 




45 








168 


298 




88 


822 


508 






814 


37 


227 


476 


... 


2,299 




2,604 




5,069 


. 


2,034 


14,290 


. 


3,861 


. 


15,369 


735 


5,445 


8,933 


47 


332 


467 


230 


492 


666 


777 


179 


779 


382 


559 




828 


350 


787 


480 


48 


264 


481 


285 


268 


711 


926 


197 


761 


524 


634 




394 


358 


679 


430 


.:• 


9,632 


. 


10,926 


. 


, 


17,913 


4,648 


23,104 


13,708 


19,656 


11,309 


18,029 


17,239 


. 


13,054 


50 


9,103 


13,571 


. 




13,230 


, 


5,205 


17,539 




19,269 


. 




12,760 


15,001 


9,536 


51 


115 




558 


164 




1,133 


168 


1,363 


704 


435 




1,222 


118 


289 


697 


52 




620 




131 




1,306 


202 


1,557 


935 


653 




1,516 


145 


179 


875 


53 


. 


23,624 


. 


2,815 


37,728 


48,345 




56,382 


36,876 


. 


3,017 


44,036 


4,980 


9,133 


30,299 


54 


5,933 


25,453 


25,668 


2,824 


37,118 


46,639 


9,700 


52,379 


42,820 


41,929 




46,162 


5,755 


4,338 


31,740 


55 


275 


167 


154 


787 


207 


828 


334 


661 


335 


278 


381 


912 


365 


433 


104 


56 


UO 


474 


107 


739 


393 


878 


374 


936 


461 




189 


866 


306 


861 


239 


57 


14,569 


6,659 


3,200 


38,778 


5,158 


22,634 


32,849 


19,263 


10,052 


, 


. 


25,573 


i 


27,208 


. 


58 


4,201 


15,920 


2,542 




7,518 


14,664 


20,410 


25,213 


10,193 


15,981 


9,596 


20,384 


15,840 


51,644 


4,509 


59 


90 


25 


17 


1] 


22 


293 


35 


166 


54 


26 


9 


284 


62 


93 


7 


' 


3,007 


490 


106 


6,522 


340 


6,051 


923 


3,394 


1,262 


538 


101 


6,143 


2,951 


2,726 


43 


61 


1,227 


804 




1,295 


1,723 


1,749 


1,127 


1,797 


1,296 


. 




2,244 


609 


1,380 


962 


'..■ 


1,245 


1,039 


631 






2,077 


, 


1,875 


1,914 




1,212 


2,772 


723 


1,562 


1,243 


, 


8,492 


4,525 


2,326 


4,870 


7,614 


8,637 


4,035 


4,130 


25,483 




6,169 


35,429 


4,124 


11,589 


1,634 


64 




7,331 


2,537 


7,950 


12,003 


9,640 


6,599 


7,937 


23,846 


. 


7,339 


33,397 


5,312 


13,616 


3,815 




. 


977 




1,754 


1,999 


1,861 


1,287 


2,054 


1,393 


1,621 


1,326 


2,208 


605 


1,655 


, 


1.1, 




, 




1,934 


2,188 


2,207 


1,256 


2,178 




1,901 


1,364 


2,833 


739 


1,733 


1,332 


67 


108,418 




23,688 


97,524 


98,023 


88,616 


64,605 


74,007 


96,588 


140,660 


80,487 


120,900 


54,714 


123,210 


36,107 


c.l! 


120,563 


88,289 


27,638 


105,188 


103,669 


109,254 


72,069 




107,387 


154,982 


94,458 


162,768 


68,905 


117,837 


43,259 


</' 








1,528 


1,560 


1,666 


991 


1,690 


. 


1,355 


1,043 


1,910 


577 


1,343 


878 


70 


1,247 


963 


689 


1,934 


1,816 


1,944 


1,036 


2,024 


1,569 


. 


2,497 


, 


681 


1,558 


1,332 


71 


, 


63,763 


27,143 


101,460 


65,320 


71,214 


. 


76,576 


51,115 


108, 572 


60,364 


78,709 


57, 529 


143,550 


32,130 


72 


91,882 




29,822 


99,628 


68,316 


69,376 


73,226 


86,599 


47,408 


. 


87,328 


87,810 


56,573 


. 


39,252 


73 


422 


761 


694 


616 


1,268 


1,510 


310 


1,613 


897 


891 


446 


1,668 


393 


968 


867 


74 


382 


870 


651 


363 


. 


1,668 


325 


1,785 


1,226 


1,093 




1,964 


428 


787 


1,062 


7 




36,327 


44,457 


10,375 


50,946 


66,238 


12,259 


79,486 


50,584 


51,286 


14,326 


62,065 




37,343 


43,353 


7c 


, 


39,024 


37,698 


7,891 


50,348 


66,370 


14,905 


69,918 


54,238 


61,198 


, 


63,027 


18,515 




41,276 


77 


3 


1 


1 


27 


8 


7 


1 


1 




9 


11 


5 


11 


34 


2 


78 
80 


32 


120 




225 


55 


70 


20 


3 






102 


§ S5 


279 


205 


• 




















11 












"l 


755 


149 






768 


609 


723 


1,172 


205 




4 14 


519 


261 


824 


308 


82 


4,345 


712 






2,310 


1,574 


3,801 


4,161 


1,850 


3,131 


2,301 




1,905 


3,748 


852 


83 




22 






28 


97 


29 


24 


11 


87 




34 


7e 


280 


20 


84 


2,816 










1,907 


239 


169 


229 


2,290 


390 


536 


2,207 




157 


85 


1,269 


892 


732 






1,842 


1,145 


1,899 


1,214 


1,450 


1,185 




589 


. 


. 


86 




1,026 


690 


1,768 


2^051 


2,135 


1,137 


. 


1,918 


1,892 


. 


2,644 




1,644 


1,205 


87 


119 


78 


26 


86 


125 


28 


115 


135 




114 


141 


124 


28 


121 


32 


88 


85 


46 


18 


120 


105 


78 


88 


64 


. 


v 


< 


135 


37 


84 




89 



70 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 1 —FARMS, ACREAGE, VALUE, AND FARM 

[Data for items shown In italics are based on 
Powell Pulaski Robertson Rockcastle Rowan Russell Scott 



FARMS, ACREAGE, ADD VALUE 

Farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Approximate land area acres 1954. . 

Proportion in farms percent 1954. . 

Land ouned by farm operators acres 195i. . 

Land rented from others by farm operators acres 1954.. 

Land managed by farm operators acres 1954. . 

Land rented to others by farm operators 

e text) acres 1954. . 

Land in farms acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Average size of farm acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
lue of land and buildings: 
Average per farm dollars 1954.. 

1950. . 
Average per acre dollars 1954.. 

1950. . 
Proportion of farms reporting value percent 1954.. 

Land in farss according to use: 

Cropland harvested farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 



to 9 i 



20 to 29 
30 to 49 



.farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
.farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
•farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 
.farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
.farms reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 
.farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 
•farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 



Cropland used only for pasture. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



Cropland lying idle farms 

Woodland pastured farms 

Woodland not pastured farms 

Other pasture (not cropland and 
not woodland ) farms 

Improved (see text) farms 

Other land (house lots, roads, 
wasteland, etc. ) farms 

Cropland , total farms 

Land pastured, total farms 

Woodland, total farms 

Irrigated land in farms farms 



reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954.. 

acres 1954.. 

reporting 1954. . 

acres 1954.. 

reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

reporting 1954. . 

acres 1954.. 

reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 



1,568 

1,647 

178, 560 

90.8 

134,925 

35,880 



8,360 
7,795 
84.40 
79.52 



1,460 
1,530 
30,911 
33,285 



1,204 
1,021 

50,577 
40,303 



1,027 

123 

2,269 



1,278 

44,793 

72,648 

30 

428 

1,343 
1,512 
6,074 

7.439 

1,547 

1,596 

84,784 

76,045 

1,372 

1,478 

118,962 

118,660 

807 

527 



1,625 
1,821 
219,520 
37.0 
81,375 
10,765 
1,300 

1,290 

81,164 

98,139 

49.9 

53.9 

2,216 
2,841 
44.53 
54.03 



1,557 

1,730 
7,190 
10,366 



1,081 
7,739 
16,939 



1,050 
33,901 

37,970 



1,388 
1,566 
2,454 
6,150 
1,610 
1,777 
31,065 
38,759 
1,104 
1,304 
21,483 
32,199 
1,215 
1,295 
46,601 
47,316 



503,040 

39.1 

168,360 

29,804 



196,650 

212,304 

50.3 

51.9 

3,127 
3,761 
64.16 
67.40 



3,381 
3,232 
13,339 
W-,383 



1,996 
2,054 
24,715 
31,362 

1,536 
1,130 
21,486 
21,601 

122 
1,247 
1,460 
20,239 
1,180 
1,652 
36,022 
40,720 
^,078 
2,179 
87, 589 
80,811 

341 



246 

3,815 
3,813 
5,460 
14,862 
3,753 
3,762 
59,540 
67,346 
2,697 
2,976 
68,776 
80,647 
2,870 
3,074 
123, 611 
121,531 



110,720 

63.1 

63,922 

9,945 



69,815 

67,540 

99.0 

105.7 



4,126 

4,591 

403,200 

65.6 

255,690 

33,935 



264,600 
292,379 

64.1 
63.7 



4,663 
67.67 
71.01 



3,735 
4,207 
73,682 
89,422 



3,454 
3,704 
87,603 
76,365 



1,300 
11,664 
19,957 



9,003 
964 

1,300 
20,055 
18,131 

1,778 

2,381 
52,610 
66,470 

546 



9,382 

11,968 

4,068 

. 

172,949 

185,744 

3,655 

3,981 

117,262 

104, 562 

2,515 

3,063 

72,665 

84,601 



64, -'. 

1.9 
55,220 
10,180 



7,604 
7,869 

103.80 



1,514 
1,755 

62.9 
114,330 
13,090 



125,192 

131,604 

82.7 

75.0 

3,975 
3,587 
55.57 
46.55 



1,421 
1,616 
22,625 
26,911 



1,066 
1,257 
30,602 
29,021 



1,405 

329 

6,915 



820 

1,408 
1,570 
4,503 
10,605 
1,489 
1,718 
61,547 
63,076 
1,294 
1,526 
52,487 
50,674 
1,128 
1,252 
49,667 
48,375 



740 

1,132 

185,600 

42.6 

74,565 

8,210 



79,146 

109,790 

107.0 

97.0 



3,339 
61.35 
35.80 



1,066 
12,316 

■,''.■• 



1,053 
2,048 
6,254 

736 
1,113 
30,481 
38,501 
649 
1,001 
20, 566 
35,474 



2,096 

154,880 

77.1 

115,635 

16,227 



119,371 

121,715 
63.4 
58.1 



1,740 
1,904 
33,773 
36,921 



1,526 
1,638 
32,749 
26,280 



474 
355 
5,857 
4,818 
1,188 
1,290 
33,829 
35,134 

196 



4,376 
5,772 
1,857 
2,048 
73,429 
72,965 
1,575 
1,768 
40,486 
34,124 
1,406 
1,456 
39,686 
39,952 



FARM OPERATORS 
farm operated operato: 



KENTUCKY 



71 



OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



reports for only a sample 


of farms. 


See text] 


























Shelby 


Simpson 


Spencer 


IaylOT 


Todd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woo.for. 




2,150 


1,439 


966 


1,712 


1,484 


1,289 


894 


895 


3,145 


1,804 


1,682 


1,326 


1,899 


992 


877 


1 


2,205 


1,524 


1,079 


1,857 


1,622 


1,236 


943 


908 


3,765 


2,145 


2,097 


1,480 


2,695 


1,189 


942 


2 


245,760 


152,960 


123,520 


181,760 


240,640 


292,480 


93,440 


219,520 


349,440 


196,48C 


281,600 


216,960 


293,120 


145,280 


123,520 


3 


96.8 


91.8 


95.5 


86.1 


84.4 


64.7 


95.9 


80.0 


83.4 


92.7 


63.2 


78.9 


38.3 


68.9 


85.9 


4 


152,640 


93,835 


93,630 


128,070 


206,773 


171,364 


80,520 


113,256 


233,398 


144,355 


167,557 


125,368 


93,885 


83,490 


49,730 


5 


97,845 


42,785 


36,355 


28,040 


43,520 


52,973 


32,400 


85,232 


67,880 


45,556 


13,350 


52,582 


12,040 


15,565 


37,755 


6 


6,825 










1,200 


635 


2,550 




4,515 




2,650 


1,000 




8,821 


7 


35,866 


16,530 


15,348 


5,810 


18,292 


17,081 


9,205 


14,975 


22,772 


8,225 


4,966 


11,264 


3,005 


6,029 


1,253 


8 


237,882 


140,493 


117,939 


156,472 


203,028 


189,138 


89,603 


175,608 


291,557 


182, 203 


177,986 


171,097 


112,120 


100,077 


106,107 


9 


234,738 


144, 522 


120,751 


162,390 


219,691 


201,809 


89,905 


177,841 


317,958 


187,631 


200,326 


181,959 


148,929 


101,424 


108,693 


1" 


110.6 


97.6 


122.1 


91.4 


136.8 


146.7 


1O0.2 


196.2 


92.7 


101.0 


105.8 


129.0 


59.0 


100.9 


121.0 


11 


106.5 


94.8 


111.9 


87.4 


135.4 


163.3 


95.3 


195.9 


84.5 


87.6 


95.5 


122.9 


55.3 


85.3 


115.4 


12 


19,810 


9,617 


13,589 


8,323 


12,072 


5,925 


8,960 


23,916 


9,482 


10,681 


4,782 


9,054 


2,525 


5,016 


35,956 


13 


17,876 


9,969 


10,261 


6,559 


8,389 


7,345 


7,932 


16,172 


8,241 


8,417 


4,563 


6,439 


2,399 


3,010 


32,090 


14 


187.29 


107.21 


118.89 


93.60 


77.84 


48.64 


82.23 


113.77 


110.19 


116.12 


45.84 


70.33 


45.94 


46.82 


330.65 


15 


164.75 


105.45 


94.29 


72.66 


61.90 


45.59 


81.41 


81.48 


101.65 


99.90 


46.38 


49.39 


43.77 


35.22 


250.73 


16 


65 


63 


67 


81 


47 


60 


' 


66 


71 


52 




72 


89 


89 


79 


17 


2,020 


1,355 


906 


1,598 


1,405 


1,032 


882 


722 


2,872 


1,695 


1,563 


1,157 


1,688 


920 


836 


18 


2,088 


1,433 


1,038 


1,757 


1,557 


1,131 


898 


774 


3,396 


2,012 


1,922 


1,337 


2,405 


1,144 


867 


19 


66,153 


68,794 


30,932 


50,244 


79,280 


52,969 


20,638 


82,140 


104,463 


41,372 


37,081 


64,508 


19,095 


i.1,308 


29,577 


20 


69,718 


74,137 


30,737 


51,293 


80,572 


56,463 


20,147 


80,594 


111,104 


45,108 


41,998 


68,014 


29,591 


14,080 


28,029 


21 


597 


174 


247 


393 


210 


156 


239 


52 


798 


556 


579 


174 


944 


489 


373 


22 


573 


197 


264 


419 


205 


159 


251 




940 


665 


720 


169 


1,299 


593 


318 


23 


347 


186 


179 


348 


294 


216 


247 




541 


442 


372 


175 


452 


265 


148 


24 


392 


206 


228 


402 


295 


208 


253 


70 


691 


531 


472 


232 


600 


354 


181 


25 


272 


180 


130 


- 


. 


158 


165 


59 


404 


263 


228 


152 


183 


90 


72 


26 


310 


179 


176 


303 


. 


197 


163 


68 


504 


317 


283 


179 


286 


111 


96 


27 


374 


292 


167 




229 


189 


146 


79 


476 


239 


184 


a6 


-'■> 


56 


96 


28 


355 


268 


204 




313 


215 




99 


596 


290 


254 


287 


188 




116 


29 


-. 


367 


131 






187 


70 


175 


443 


140 


149 


271 


LI 


18 


82 


30 


339 


407 


123 


238 


255 


231 


75 


178 


4S1 


172 




293 


29 


17 




31 


97 


129 


43 


53 


148 


92 


14 


169 


154 


48 


46 


132 




1 




32 


106 


143 


39 


47 






9 


162 






38 


149 


3 


1 


39 


33 


12 


27 






66 


34 






56 










1 


18 


34 


13 


33 


4 


7 


62 






118 


39 




. 


28 






15 


35 




1,033 


610 


1,324 


885 


796 


375 


654 


2,344 


1,217 


1,027 


936 


1,134 


709 


292 


36 


1,610 


1,109 


757 


1,509 


1,274 


853 


313 


628 


2,924 


1,757 


1,692 


1,209 


1,500 


725 


548 


37 


112,061 


42,794 


39,555 


40,416 


46,124 


49,403 


7,799 


49,419 


102,793 


76,562 


27,080 


42,370 


18,656 


21,711 


35,066 


38 


110,550 


39,237 


50,572 


36,231 


50,032 


42,408 




39,462 




98,291 


43,292 


39,526 


23,238 


19,371 


44,988 


V, 


195 


308 




395 




299 


255 


97 


477 


148 


338 




1,076 






40 


273 


354 


121 


518 


720 


455 


303 


214 


1,086 


175 


299 


759 


1,525 


243 




41 


4,131 


5,388 


3,936 


7,442 


13,581 


9,205 


5,662 


4,595 


9,541 


3,517 


5,660 


17,379 


18,304 


11,105 


1,880 


42 


6,387 


6,516 


2,350 


9,450 


19,589 


12,721 


3,677 


15,530 


26,025 


2,181 


4,823 


25,395 


22,221 


4,231 


2,476 


43 


85 


82 


■ 


97 


204 


119 


102 




128 




136 


147 


246 


98 


25 


44 


1,792 


1,192 


1,262 


2,324 


4,157 


3,309 


880 


1,760 


2,158 


1,089 


2,097 


2,888 


2,679 


1,248 


533 


45 


132 


253 


122 


328 


374 


214 


189 


64 


386 


116 


234 


434 


980 


406 


48 


46 


2,339 


4,196 


2,674 


5,118 


9,424 


5,896 


4,782 


2,835 


7,383 


2,428 


3,563 


14,491 


15,625 


9,857 


1,347 


47 


564 


477 


429 


721 


556 


374 


610 


212 


1,085 


657 


302 


314 


455 


402 


39 


48 


429 


360 


479 


645 


457 


397 


643 


295 


933 


772 


384 


407 


505 


511 


130 


49 


15,586 


6,294 


11,298 


, 14,646 


15,084 


16,004 


33,417 


9,415 


22,599 


17,254 


7,980 


6,573 


8,551 


12,836 


2,922 


... 


9,902 


5,195 


14,921 




9,595 


14,304 


28,443 


10,094 


18,483 


16,518 


10,736 


7,451 


10,893 


17,730 


4,208 


51 


196 


457 


142 


805 


587 


641 


205 


164 


761 


198 


1,067 


571 


1,120 


680 


38 


52 


336 


541 


329 


1,041 


929 


748 


233 


223 


1,046 


280 




682 


1,387 


809 


53 


'■' 


4,899 


6,937 


3,257 


28,044 


20,804 


43,990 


5,720 


8,375 


25.241 


3,436 


78,357 


18,660 


37,595 


29,085 


1,168 




7,879 


8,513 


6,597 


33,093 


33,075 


48,608 


6,718 


10,056 


28,449 


3,981 


84,916 


18,540 


,4,950 


28,589 


1,534 


55 


421 


210 


461 


342 


325 


250 


287 


140 


376 


572 


531 


169 


349 


270 


303 


56 


359 


206 


288 


471 


336 


323 


519 


239 


470 


' 329 


178 


311 


641 


440 


264 


57 


20,042 


3,765 


18,991 


7,230 


12,146 


9,742 


11,583 


10,806 


11,214 


34,344 


17, 503 


5,435 


5,706 


11,211 


30,367 




15, 614 


5,463 


9,668 


9,019 


10,914 


12,049 


20,112 


13,195 


11,399 


10,205 


5,3a 


7,925 


10,092 


13,702 


17,357 




148 


64 


64 


38 


159 


33 


48 


17 


73 


68 


64 


63 


105 


29 


41 


■ ■ 


5,891 


1,272 


2,056 


732 


3,174 


915 


980 


1,167 


2,736 


1,804 


1,231 


2,080 


1,760 


618 


3,324 




1,815 


1,250 


845 


1,605 


1,159 


1,124 


838 


769 


2,764 


1,573 




1,212 


1,674 


911 


672 




1,843 


1,355 


853 


1,721 


1,428 


1,085 


855 


849 


3,381 


1,950 


1,830 


1,396 


2,198 


1,096 


778 


i 


15,010 


6,521 


9,970 


8,450 


16,009 


7,825 


4,784 


10,858 


15,706 


5,718 


4,325 


16,172 


4,213 


2,821 


5,127 


! 


14,688 


5,461 


5,906 


13,067 


15,914 


15,256 


5,296 


8,910 


23,371 


11,547 


9,240 


15,108 


7,944 


3,721 


10, 101 


■ ■'■ 


2,111 


1,418 


943 


1,674 


1,468 


1,174 


889 


809 


3,084 


1,773 


1,632 


1,298 


1,868 


977 


855 


66 


2,169 


1,497 


1,072 


1,838 


1,609 


1,194 


920 


839 


3,699 


2,125 


2,062 


1,444 


2,439 


1,183 


912 


67 


182,345 


116,976 


74,423 


98,102 


138,985 


111,577 


34,099 


136,154 


216,797 


121,451 


69,821 


124,257 


56,055 


44,124 


66,523 


68 


186,655 


119,890 


83,659 


96,974 


150,193 


111,592 


29,336 


135,586 


236,256 


145,580 


90,113 


132,935 


75,050 


37,682 


75,493 


69 


1,726 


1,095 


786 


1,449 


1,065 


890 


761 


749 


2,480 


1,518 


1,400 


1,035 


1,439 


866 


583 


■0 


1,730 


1,195 


862 


1,641 


1,350 


1,007 


828 


794 


3,115 


1,814 


1,776 


1,296 


1,952 


1,050 


761 


7 


147,689 


52,853 


69,844 


62,292 


73,354 


75,149 


52,799 


69,640 


136,606 


128,160 


52, 563 


54,378 


32,913 


45,758 


68,355 


'• 


136,066 


49,895 


75, 161 


55,487 


70,541 


68,761 


54,067 


62,751 


129,009 


125,01/1 


59,349 


54,902 


44,223 


50,803 


66,553 


73 


705 


815 


492 


1,240 


961 


854 


673 


338 


1,622 


804 


1,219 


747 


1,349 


811 


115 


74 


669 


797 


594 


1,353 


1,134 


899 


711 


447 


1,666 


971 


1,440 


880 


1,665 


927 


160 


75 


20,485 


13,231 


14,555 


42,690 


35,888 


59,994 


39,137 


17,790 


47,840 


20,690 


86,337 


25,233 


46,146 


41,921 


4,090 


76 


17,781 


13,708 


21,518 


43,330 


42,670 


62,912 


35,161 


20,150 


46,932 


20,499 


95,652 


25,991 


55,843 


46,319 


5,742 


77 


57 


43 


23 


4 


59 


19 


9 




49 


40 


2 


1 


2 


1 


27 


■!■• 
HI 


424 


559 


305 


13 


455 


762 


48 




289 


341 
2 


15 


150 


4 


2 


813 


1,548 


439 


500 


961 


415 


275 


582 


94 


705 


948 


561 


205 


120 


743 


418 


«.' 


11,449 


1,838 


3,803 


2,865 


3,610 


2,477 


2,840 


3,012 


3,656 


3,954 


1,716 


2,733 


507 


2,295 


4,564 


IU 


224 


2D 


107 


49 


78 


39 


47 


75 


80 


193 


27 


25 


22 


6 


36 


K4 


5,369 


688 


2,513 


611 


1,874 


1,091 


472 


2,644 


1,610 


3,108 


308 


409 


136 


48 


697 


>>', 


1,976 


1,246 


880 


1,620 


1,292 


1,129 


830 


748 


2,760 


1,589 


1,563 


1,163 


1,805 


929 


744 


Hi, 


2,075- 


1,472 


1,027 


1,781 


1,523 


1,167 


899 


810 


3,528 


2,002 


2,016 


1,319 


2,581 


1,141 


881 


en 


135 


53 


49 


53 


112 


36 


38 


94 


227 


125 


71 


129 


41 


49 


95 


tl« 


76 


29 


41 


66 


69 


42 


24 


69 


165 


93 


49 


123 


95 


23 


39 


:!, 



72 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2. -FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF 



(For definitions and explanatio 



FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR 



All land in farms 

Total cropland harvested. 



1954 . . . 
1950... 
1954 . . . 
1949... 



Nonwhite operators. 



All tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Proportion of tenancy percent 1954 . 

1950. 

Cash tenants number 1954 . 

1950. 
Share-cash tenants number 1954 . 

1950. 
Share tenants number 1954 . 

1950. 



Crop-share ten 
Livestoek-shar 



.number 1954.. 

1950 . . 
.number 1954 . . 

1950.. 



Other tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Unspecified tenants number 1954. 



Part ovne 
Managers . 



Cash tenant 
Share-cash 



Crop-share tenan 
Livestock-share 



Croppers 

Other and unspecified 



Cropland ba 

Full ovmc 



1954.. 
1950.. 
1954 . . 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954 . . 
1950.. 
1954 . . 
1950.. 
1954 . . 
1950.. 

1954.. 

1950.. 
: 1954.. 

1950.. 
I 1954 . . 

1950.. 

; 1954.. 
1950.. 

i 1954.. 
1950.. 



eporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



-farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



Croppers farms reporting 195-.. 



13,034,380 
19,441,774 
4,541,381 
5,053,682 



2,788 
3,553 
1,246 
1,656 
17,198 
20,355 

12,344 
14,951 
4,854 
5,404 



11,540,923 
12,681,664 
3,344,275 
2,851,531 
237, 139 
227,810 

2,912,043 
3,680,769 
196,590 
258,005 
94, 631 
127,813 

1,687,638 

2,016,320 

846,635 

1,147,052 

839,003 

869,268 

518,679 



107,882 

126,915 

2,364,077 

2,908,750 

27,764 

24,924 

1,128,732 

919,518 



39,129 

45,832 

981,624 

1,163,685 

13,527 
15,403 
236,400 
290, 716 



215,8 10 
228,410 
58,121 

66,420 



145,628 
159,756 
45,382 
35,766 



59 

13,468 
13,190 
11,297 
11,954 
2,171 
1,236 

7,810 
15,226 
3,047 



1,579 
1,877 

32,143 



197,268 
201, 584 
56,201 
61,787 



112,427 
122,462 
54,991 
37,124 



270 

15,145 
20,152 
11,615 
17,928 
3,530 
2,224 

10,861 



1,237 

22,766 
34, 826 



116,039 
124,612 
20,591 
22,913 



70,973 
76,826 
17,898 
12,135 



i . .'. 
21,789 
5,300 



136,463 
145,715 
49,866 
54,552 



78,050 
49,636 



7,281 
3,202 

9,883 



8,048 
2,735 
2,984 



.'-'1 ,999 
303,120 

94, 291 
106, 627 



1,172 
1,269 
30.7 
29.6 



169,24 

208,755 
60,489 
40,708 



324 

27,906 
24,007 
21, 719 
22,597 
6,187 
1,410 

17,255 
21,128 
5,311 
6,983 



1,715 
2,298 
45,935 
6l ,967 



1,160 
1,207 
25,339 



127,666 
145,318 
26, 864 
29,841 



75,814 
97,219 
22,544 

17,126 



18,719 
17, 174 
14,496 
13,513 
4,223 
3,661 

t . 94 3 
3,489 
1,853 

4,739 



KENTUCKY 



73 



OPERATOR : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Bourbon Boyd 



iyle Bracken 



130,073 
134,105 
31,059 
33,589 



76,218 
90,201 
18,526 
11,964 
5,007 
1,737 

30,322 
30,203 
1,039 
1,213 
231 
425 

14,982 
4,211 
4,251 

10,731 

3,097 
8,408 
8,299 

5,175 



- -.- a 

179,510 
55,669 
54,454 



82,771 
87,066 
25,002 
34,297 
27,227 
19,094 

39,460 
39,053 
1,979 



6,448 

. 
20,243 
8,702 
6,483 
17,071 
13,760 

4,215 
4,208 
3,398 
3,670 



15,769 




21,599 


24,238 


143 


151 


86 




6,147 


8,398 


3,647 


10,538 


10 


34 


7 


22 


1,283 


10,014 


531 


6,143 


265 


742 


241 


622 


7,860 


15,663 


7,812 


13,535 


63 


176 


86 


193 


913 


1,981 


1,993 


1,874 



58,680 
61,067 
8,414 
7,288 



45,672 
47,713 
7,783 
5,297 



7,180 
1,842 



104,706 
112,111 
30,606 
34,009 



65,780 
68,309 
15,220 
16,150 
6,355 
3,943 

1",351 
23,709 



9,551 
9,208 
2,907 
3,124 
6,644 
6,084 



L20.65: 
126,565 
23,140 
25,105 



72,089 

16,010 
13,243 



25,560 
30,123 
16,904 
20,359 
8,656 
9,764 

4,610 
3,474 
2,115 
2,620 



L70, Z 
200,184 
12,560 
19,753 



124,085 
139,962 
17,212 
19,519 



28,375 
38,609 
11,210 
14,126 



10,114 
10,899 
10,114 
10,441 



1,372 
1,624 
8,084 
12,657 



299,355 
313,588 
68,045 
76,721 



212, 578 
221,601 
61,819 
47,807 



410 

12,449 
19,459 

. 
16,843 
3,330 
2,616 



1,199 
1,433 
40,059 
53,325 



94,627 
121,845 
28,046 
33,743 



64,511 
79,821 
21,021 
20,899 



3,003 
1,538 
1,043 

4,186 
7,017 
1,315 
3,645 
2,871 
3,372 

1,528 



195,275 
222,693 

51,016 
54,301 



143,338 
146,921 
35,355 
42,917 



16,582 
32,739 



13,350 
17,862 
9,001 
14,947 
4,349 
2,915 

1,635 
5,829 
1,320 



1,117 
32,979 
31,622 



170,610 
169,189 
46,851 
48,516 



113,487 
130,755 

20,916 



20 

8,519 
8,732 
6,095 
4,915 
2,424 
3,817 

3,420 
3,598 
2,461 
2,254 



1 '".•.' 5 
209,102 
63,852 
70,058 



108,121 
134,351 
62,726 
49,731 



10,365 
16,227 
9,523 
15,313 



1,090 
1,685 
27,575 
41,394 



64, 48 

15,855 
18,419 



43,168 
57,568 
17,538 
10,032 



101,404 
108,021 
34,815 
37,550 



. 


13,120 


1,360 


16,853 


1,273 


3,507 


203 


4,173 


482 


9,613 


1,157 


12,680 


736 


2,473 


1,114 


1,933 


608 


2,597 


1,013 


1,907 



74 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2. -FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF 



FABMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR 

All farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

All land in farms acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Total cropland harvested acres 1954 . . 

1949 . . 

ir.s by color of operator: 

White operators number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Nonwhite operators number 1954.. 

1950.. 

ins by tenure of operator: 

Full owners number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Part owners number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Managers number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

All tenants number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Proportion of tenancy percent 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Cash tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Share-cash tenants number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 
Share tenants number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Crop-share tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Livestock-share tenants number 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Croppers number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Other and unspecified tenants number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Other tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Unspecified tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Land in farms by tenure of operator: 

Full owners acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Part owners acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Managers acres 1954 . . 

1950. . 

acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Share-cash tenants acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Share tenants acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Crop-share tenants acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Livestock-share tenants acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

Croppers acres 1954 . 

1950.. 
Other and unspecified tenants acres 1954.. 

1 15 I. 

Cropland harvested by tenure of operator: 

Full owners farms reporting 1954 . 

1949 . 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Part owners farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Managers farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

All tenants farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Croppers farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



187,095 
134,941 
24,889 
24,675 



139,538 
146,734 
31,007 
17,037 



6,129 
6,529 
5,658 
5,255 



1,382 
1,437 
16,271 
18,718 



227,571 
229,147 
49,029 
55,547 



140,342 
153,547 
57,650 
42,346 



336,971 
369,431 
124,853 
128, 574 



L9 . -. a 
224,643 
59,248 
56,613 
11,246 
4,363 

68,149 
83,812 
2,407 



19,789 


42,512 


16,692 


45,188 


13, 876 


20,601 


16,035 


23,993 


5,913 


21,911 


657 


21,195 


5,065 


12,352 


7,563 


22,903 


4,280 


10,580 


7,442 


10,903 


1,462 


1,167 


1,789 


1,366 


25,102 


65,796 


32,974 


73,966 


562 


293 


554 


289 


14,443 


24,256 


11,866 


20, 566 



139,275 
153,554 
33,031 
41,894 



86,639 

30,693 
2,226 
3,269 

32,073 
32,953 
5,097 
5,379 
5,116 
6,009 

14,276 
12,313 
4,833 
5,039 
9,443 
7,274 

5,515 
7,321 
2,069 

1,931 



1". . ' 
202,883 
21,423 
29,137 



120,001 
133,607 
21,130 
24,755 



30,652 
42,521 
10,710 



10,844 
15,898 
9,918 
15,643 



2,075 
3,792 
6,833 
9,416 



1,541 
1,625 

14.419 
18,628 



95,245 
101,802 
26,881 
30,354 



70,691 
75,351 
17,413 
13,628 



3,035 
5,513 
2,834 



2,505 
3,694 
1,078 
3,302 



120,182 
132,644 
40,760 
39,290 
1,285 
690 

10,909 
22,603 
1,043 
1,994 
134 
1,222 

5,238 
12,638 
2,241 
6,958 
2,997 
5,680 

1,975 
2,442 
2,519 



156,741 
172,219 
26,855 
32,284 



106,545 
123,974 
33,779 
26,916 
1,505 



'■.'■■"■ 
9,388 
1,283 
2,114 



KENTUCKY 



75 



OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Edmonson 


Elliott 


Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 




1,362 


1,074 


1,341 


1,418 


1,993 


2,532 


1,188 


940 


525 


1,778 


1,602 


3,763 


2,319 


2,008 


1,457 


1 


1,509 


1,145 


1,553 


1,413 


2,058 


2,994 


1,359 


1,022 


559 


1,941 


1,642 


4,067 


2,733 


2,394 


1,571 


2 


122,993 


107,555 


108,090 


155,397 


200,916 


124,840 


115,673 


116,460 


58,510 




157,607 


296,663 


257,621 


159,082 


145,033 


3 


127,058 


117,154 


128,474 


161,038 


196,963 


137,740 


125,746 


110,895 


57,057 


141,211 


158,875 


318,984 


279,377 


165,273 


157,989 


4 


28,444 


11,882 


15,419 


40,817 


41,755 


12,027 


20,601 


37,736 


11,069 


32,357 


26,875 


100,031 


58,607 


47,209 


18,522 


5 


29,450 


14,668 


. 


45,910 


40,877 


14,537 


24,730 


58,719 


10,548 


34,049 


27,779 


120,009 


69,467 


49,904 


22,609 


6 


1,349 


1,074 


1,340 


1,333 


1,974 


2,525 


1,179 


767 


520 


1,693 


1,593 


3,699 


2,318 


1,928 


1,455 


7 


1,494 


1,145 


1,553 


1,304 


2,041 


2,987 


1,346 


823 


554 


1,840 


1,637 


3,992 


2,733 


2,304 


1,570 


8 


13 




1 


85 


19 


7 


9 


173 


5 


85 


9 


64 


1 


80 


2 


9 


15 






109 


17 


7 


13 


199 


5 


101 


5 


75 




90 


1 


10 


996 


788 


890 


624 


1,017 


1,808 


748 


363 


254 


813 


873 


2,633 


1,945 


1,161 


999 


11 


1,104 


919 


1,099 


740 


1,150 


2,285 


836 


403 


301 


947 


1,038 


2,698 


2,185 


1,369 


1,240 


. 


215 


161 


215 


137 


382 


371 




147 


79 


323 


301 


679 


261 


363 


273 


, 


211 

1 


103 


144 


115 

38 
40 


218 
3 


216 


145 

3 

7 


127 

5 


52 

1 


271 

10 


193 


687 
5 


319 


307 

1 


176 
2 


:-. 

.- 
16 


150 


125 


236 


619 


594 


353 


323 


426 


191 


636 


428 


446 


113 


484 


181 


17 


194 


123 


309 


518 


687 


493 


371 


487 


206 


713 


411 


678 


229 


717 


153 


18 


11.0 


11.6 


17.6 


43.7 


29.8 


13.9 


27.2 


45.3 


36.4 


35.8 


26.7 


11.9 


4.9 


. 


12.4 


19 


12.9 


10.7 


19.9 


36.7 


33.4 


16.5 


27.3 


47.7 


36.9 


36.7 


25.0 


16.7 


8.4 


29.9 


9.7 


20 


12 


2 


11 


36 


8 


164 


8 


5 


11 


11 


8 


14 


5 


2 


31 


21 


17 


6 


39 


40 


9 


186 


8 


13 


3 


21 


2 


31 


7 


7 


43 


22 


3 


2 


5 


41 


31 


30 


5 




1 


25 


11 


3 


1 


1 


5 


23 


1 




6 


69 


52 


41 


5 


17 


1 


52 


5 


10 


2 


1 


2 


24 


57 




88 


276 


398 


64 


166 


86 


111 




247 


179 


34 


189 


64 


25 


71 


55 


114 


189 


370 


97 


183 


112 


122 


167 


250 


354 


98 


270 


39 


26 


53 


64 


82 


213 


226 


64 


103 


61 


90 


110 


157 


135 


30 


164 


63 


27 


63 




109 


119 


249 


96 


109 


78 


91 


117 


184 


274 


88 


258 


37 


28 


4 




6 


63 


172 




63 


25 


21 


64 


90 


.... 


4 


25 


1 


29 


8 




5 


70 


121 


1 


74 


34 


31 


50 


66 


80 


10 


12 


2 


30 


45 


38 


109 


192 


125 


14 


121 


299 


53 


406 






22 


252 


45 


31 


74 


33 


65 


152 


170 


20 


149 


322 


72 


422 


129 


179 


56 


388 


20 


32 


33 


19 


23 


74 


32 


81 


23 


24 


15 


20 


50 


108 


51 


40 


36 


33 


31 


29 


85 


68 


86 


149 


26 


18 


8 


51 


25 


104 


66 


51 


49 


34 


6 


8 


i; 


15 


7 


80 


1 


4 


2 


.. 


8 


16 


9 


2 


12 


35 




2 


21 


5 


2 


41 


1 


1 




1 


1 


15 


3 




11 


36 


27 


11 


12 


59 


25 




22 


20 


ii 


16 


42 


92 


42 


38 


24 


37 


27 


27 


64 


63 


84 


108 


23 


17 


8 


50 


24 


89 


63 


51 


38 


,i>. 


91,952 


84,892 


76,804 


81,524 


120,129 


93,885 


77,096 


50,351 


29,696 


81,630 


90,282 


186, 162 


210,257 


95,565 


98,117 


19 


93,532 


97,589 


90,312 


82,092 


127,429 


105,701 


84,212 


47,721 


32,316 


86,504 


109,085 


198,845 


221,006 


110,869 


121,388 


40 


22,385 


15,684 


20, 188 


21,195 


41,607 


14,725 


12,110 


41,029 


10,680 


28,969 


36,880 


77,875 


37,873 


32,284 


32,183 


41 


20,765 


10,881 


13,732 


25,652 


21,397 


9,609 


15, 135 


28,822 


6,186 


21,348 


22,517 


66,236 


36,703 


21,624 


19,545 


42 


387 






19,893 






1,267 


2,817 


' 


3,028 




2,121 






3,152 


43 






700 


14,798 


418 




2,713 


7,130 




2,315 




1,2-6 




124 


3,940 


44 


8,269 


6,979 


11,098 


32,785 


39,180 


16,230 


25,200 


22,263 


18,064 


28,540 


30,445 


30,505 


9,491 


31,233 


11,581 


45 


12,761 


8,684 


23,730 


38,496 


47,719 


22,430 


23,686 


27,222 


18,555 


31,044 


27,273 


52,657 


21,668 


32,656 


13,116 


46 


810 


60 


842 


2,509 


372 


6,363 


397 


376 


1,132 


869 


427 


582 


243 


'< 


1,771 


47 


1,607 


395 


2,740 


3,455 


396 


8,038 


418 


1,499 


132 


1,105 


136 


1,639 


767 


116 


3,007 


48 


212 


93 


198 


2,310 


1,777 


654 


242 


1,348 


172 


1,698 


978 


164 


27 


30 


230 


49 


58 




494 


5,123 


4,199 


1,056 


430 


2,926 


94 


3,467 


569 


965 


577 


57 


21 


50 


4,664 


3,950 


4,560 


17,187 


30,673 


6,023 


18,518 


11,672 


11,972 


15,617 


21,632 


16,216 


3,636 


16,116 


5,248 


51 


5,752 


4,850 


11,794 


18,330 


29,506 


6,576 


15,430 


13,655 


13,198 


11,728 


19,983 


30,748 


9,477 


. 


2,860 


52 


4,273 


3,950 


3,912 


7,894 


10,201 


6,023 


6,722 


6,808 


7,817 


. 


9,288 


9,638 


2,860 


12,035 


4,648 


53 


4,486 


4,850 


10,469 


7,988 


13,821 


6,476 


5,661 


7,349 


8,310 


4,865 


11,539 


20,993 


8,590 


14,950 


2,603 


54 


391 




648 


9,293 


20,472 






4,864 


4,155 


11,175 


12,344 


6,578 


776 


4,081 


600 


55 


1,266 




1,325 


10,342 


15,685 


100 


9,769 


6,306 


4,888 


6,863 


8,444 


, 


887 


1,763 


257 


56 


1,158 


2,084 


3,789 


5,017 


4,245 


503 


3,737 


6,561 


3,718 


9,305 


3,949 


4,790 


1,475 


12,669 


1,853 


57 


3,006 


1,821 


2,762 


3,622 


6,732 


697 


5,237 


7,001 


3,789 


11,874 


4,206 


9,584 


4,516 


13,258 


1,543 


58 


1,425 


792 


1,709 


5,762 


2,113 


4,687 


2,306 


2,306 


1,070 


1,051 


3,459 


8,753 


4,110 


2,325 


2,479 


59 


2,338 


1,618 


5,940 


7,966 


6,886 


6,063 


2,171 


2,141 


1,342 


2,870 


2,379 


9,721 


6,331 


2,512 


5,685 


60 


886 


695 


676 


469 


852 


1,634 


672 


278 


230 


648 


747 


1,989 


1,790 


1,032 


852 


61 


991 


870 


903 


614 


1,007 


2,006 


733 


363 


264 


836 


939 


2,388 


1,983 


1,261 


1,127 


62 


17,052 


8,289 


7,222 


19,152 


19,616 


7,665 


. 


19,263 


. 


13,197 


12,761 


50,276 


43,548 


23,617 


9,909 


a 


21,142 


12,118 


11,021 


23,108 


22,704 


10,395 


15,396 


22,846 


5,278 


17,407 


17,243 


68,865 


52,930 


29,232 


15,894 


64 


215 


160 


213 


130 


381 


366 


113 


145 


78 


319 


295 


674 


259 




271 


65 


201 


101 


140 


111 


213 


210 


142 


125 


50 


266 


189 


675 


311 


305 


172 


j. 


8,120 


2,366 


4,520 


6,507 


10,093 


2,673 


2,520 


20,261 


2,342 


7,879 


7,362 


34,860 


12,316 


10,843 


6,014 


■! 


5,257 

1 


1,404 


2,579 
1 


7,550 

27 
36 


4,622 

i 


1,644 


3,099 

3 
6 


16,386 

- 


1,241 

1 


5,310 

5 
10 


4,524 


29,187 


10,913 


7,124 

1 


3,379 

■: 
2 


,8 

1 
70 


34 






3,792 






344 


1,526 


55 


337 




1,106 






243 


71 






68 


3,317 


.... 




491 


1,668 




505 




581 




50 


658 


.'. 


...■ 


121 


22- 


581 


■ 


325 


316 


■ • 


185 


624 


422 


421 


100 


480 


168 


73 


166 


111 


271 


484 


658 


452 


335 


476 


201 


683 


383 


619 


204 


658 


135 


74 


3,238 


1,227 


3,677 


11,366 


12,046 


1,689 


5,783 


16,686 


3,931 


10,944 


6,752 


13,789 


2,743 


12,749 


2,356 


75 


3,051 


1,146 


4,725 


11,935 


13,387 


2,498 


5,744 


17,819 


4,029 


10,827 


6,012 


21,376 


5,624 


13,498 


2,478 


76 


45 


39 


108 


188 


. 


14 


120 


297 


53 


406 


112 


. 




252 


44 


77 


60 


30 


.4 


144 


166 


19 


131 


318 


71 


414 


119 


154 


46 


349 


19 


78 


740 


481 


1,648 


2,097 


1,450 


101 


1,255 


5,953 


650 


4,762 


1,148 


3,100 


549 


6,137 


1 Si 79 


900 


374 


1,030 


1,365 


2,382 


75 


1,477 


5,948 


955 


4,974 


1,435 


4,256 


1,280 


6,093 


405 80 



76 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2. -FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF 



(For definitions and explanatio: 



FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR 

All farms number 1954 . 

1950. 

All land in farms acres 1954. 

1950, 

Total cropland harvested acres 1954 , 

1949, 

Whi te operators number 1954 , 

1950. 

Nonwhite operators number 1954. 

1950. 

r.s by tenure of operator: 

Full owners number 1954 . 

19 

Part owners number 1954 . 

1950. 

Managers number 1954 , 

1950. 

All tenants number 1954 . 

1950. 

Proportion of tenancy percent 1954 

1950. 

Cash tenants number 1954 

1950 

Share-cash tenants number 1954 

1950 

Share tenants number 1954 

1950 

Crop-share tenants number 1954 

1950 

Livestock-share tenants number 1954 

1950 

Croppers number 1954 

L95Q 

Other and unspecified tenants number 1954 

1950 

Other tenants number 1954 

1950 

Unspecified tenants number 1954 

1950 

Land in faros by tenure of operator: 

Full owners acres 1954 

1950 
Part owners acres 1954 

1950 
Managers acres 1954 

1950 

acres 1954 

1950 

Cash tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Share-cash tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Share tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Crop-share tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Livestock-share tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Croppers acres 1954 

1950 

Other and unspecified tenants acres 1954 

1950 

Cropland harvested by tenure of operator: 

Full owners farms reporting 195~ 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Part owners farms reporting 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 

Managers farms reporting 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 

All tenants farms reporting 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Croppers farms reporting 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 



i8,167 

96,060 
27,878 
29,359 



55,552 
59,362 
14,548 
18,238 
3,620 



10,357 
11,710 
8,244 



2,150 
2,460 
1,738 
3,204 



275,681 
281,065 
82,203 
85,322 



183,953 
202,605 
59,455 

1,536 
3,193 



16,691 
21,412 
8,833 
11,673 



5,864 
8,280 
7,901 
7,259 



1,514 
1,753 
46,835 
57,826 



50,364 
4,083 
4,480 



10,777 
11,250 
8,722 



183,934 
197,964 
33,130 
38,197 



107,168 
125,783 
29,574 
24,113 



1,716 
10,474 

12,342 

26,623 
22,L33 
12,239 
8,385 
14,384 
13,748 

4,863 



211,623 
233,564 
48,154 
54,970 



134-, 507 

37,049 
34,315 



64 

23,019 
30,892 
14,322 
22,613 
8,697 
8,279 

10,303 
13,182 
4,960 
5,392 



1,192 
1,450 
23,385 
31,405 



231,453 
252,628 
111,384 
120,207 



78,664 

88,786 
77,345 

5,762 

4,143 

69,682 
85,543 
1,695 
1,713 
2,091 
2,795 

50,365 

11,364 
23,544 

39,001 
40,399 

8,624 
8,244 
6,9Q7 



158,989 
169,207 
35,203 
41,734 



78,713 
101,990 
27,876 
16,067 



1,036 

38,223 
38,106 

18,169 
23,124 
19,937 



145,005 
52,811 
55,665 



59,522 
77,798 
50,604 
28,821 



339 

17,729 
27,683 
6,645 
10,925 
11,084 
16,758 

3,534 

7,112 
1,815 
1,509 



247,663 
70,232 
77,235 



98,974 
134,289 
60,752 
50,506 
13,063 
19,882 



1,079 

23,367 
26,019 
12,935 
16,556 

10,432 
9,463 



1,166 
25,758 
36,823 



KENTUCKY 



77 



OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Jefferson 


Jessamine 


Johnson 


Kenton 


Knott 


Kno* 


La™ 


Laurel 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Lewis 


Lincoln 


Livingston 




1,742 


1,187 


1,528 


1,167 


1,842 


2,363 


1,357 


3,008 


1,554 


566 


1,062 


1,574 


1,657 


2,241 


912 


1 


2,673 


1,089 


1,801 


1,186 


1,683 


2,763 


1,515 


3,178 


1,883 


1,108 


1,441 


1,722 


1,768 


2,559 


1,072 


2 


118,467 


102,739 


90,117 


71,841 


100,123 


150,430 


134,938 


150,489 


178,243 


56,411 


73,887 


82,240 


218,421 


178,208 


161,391 


3 


157,919 


104,278 


109,133 


72,324 




153,755 


149,137 


166,337 


205,973 


69,952 


99,389 


89,631 


227,560 


192,771 


169,150 


4 


46,104 


27,635 


8,508 


13,908 


7,678 


21,698 


43,308 


35,319 


16,629 


7,623 


4,732 


6,000 


29,159 


50,495 


40,391 


5 


60,249 


28,478 


10,961 


14,788 


9,173 


26,891 


48,166 


42,921 


21,148 


9,634 


7,725 


7,550 


33,631 


57,686 


48,091 


6 


1,723 


1,111 


1,528 


1,163 


1,836 


2,352 


1,320 


3,003 


1,553 


865 


1,062 


1,574 


1,653 


2,164 


903 


7 


2,620 


1,026 


1,801 


1,182 


1,681 


2,756 


1,489 


3,171 


1,882 


1,106 


1,441 


1,722 


1,766 


2,475 


1,067 


3 


19 


76 




i 


6 


11 


37 


5 


1 


1 






4 


77 


9 


9 


53 


63 




4 


2 


7 


26 


7 


1 


2 






2 


84 


5 


10 


1,383 


625 


1,204 


904 


1,485 


1,622 


928 


2,641 


1,266 


740 


6S3 


1,242 


1,023 


1,396 


739 


11 


2,104 


573 


1,499 


928 


1,339 


1,961 


1,088 


2,542 


1,359 


345 


1,029 


1,491 


1,208 


1,644 


823 


12 


133 


125 


189 


110 


145 


404 


234 


197 


160 


71 


92 


126 


254 


360 


117 


13 


267 


103 


175 


81 


115 


302 


164 


332 


273 


113 


92 


57 


174 


334 


100 


14 


24 


i. 




7 




1 


1 




1 






1 


1 


2 




15 


30 


6 




1 




1 






1 




1 




1 


2 


1 


16 


152 


433 


135 


146 


212 


336 


194 


170 


127 


55 


287 


205 


379 


483 


56 


17 


272 


407 


127 


176 


229 


499 


263 


304 


250 


145 


319 


174 


385 


579 


148 


18 


8.7 


36.5 


8.8 


12.5 


11.5 


14.2 


14.3 


5.7 


8.2 


6.4 


27.0 


13.0 


22.9 


21.6 


6.1 


19 


10.2 


37.4 


7.1 


14.8 


13.6 


18.1 


17.4 


9.6 


13.3 


13.1 


22.1 


10.1 


21.8 


22.6 


13.8 


20 


51 


15 


29 


14 


105 


65 




22 


25 


9 


181 


129 


9 


26 


1 


21 


103 


21 


32 


16 


86 


115 


3 


21 


60 


22 


196 


100 


7 


19 


8 


22 


3 


56 


7 


8 


2 


11 






10 


2 


1 


9 


7 


16 


4 


23 


12 


48 


10 


6 


3 


12 




3 


2 


2 


2 






20 


1 


24 


41 




33 


43 


15 


109 


42 


56 


43 


15 




14 


205 


193 


31 


25 


68 


221 


26 


67 


31 


140 


115 


121 


78 


48 


9 


12 


174 


190 


83 


26 


13 


115 


33 


25 


15 


104 


31 


52 


43 


13 


4 


14 


124 


123 


,, 


27 


24 


111 


23 


36 


30 


134 


82 




75 


47 


9 


12 


132 


127 


22 


28 


28 


96 




18 




5 


11 






2 






81 


70 


25 


29 


44 


110 


3 


31 




■ 


33 


- 


3 


1 






42 


63 


61 


30 


17 


113 


7 


52 




41 


107 


42 


16 


11 


2 


5 


120 


218 


7 


31 


17 


72 


2 


58 


1 


33 


111 


58 


.. 


22 


5 


5 


109 


277 


23 


32 


40 


38 


59 


29 


89 


110 


44 


50 


33 


18 


99 


48 


38 


30 


13 


3.< 


72 


45 


57 


29 


108 


199 


34 


101 


78 


51 


107 


53 


91 


73 


33 


34 


9 


4 


10 


4 


59 


30 




6 


19 


7 


67 


41 


6 


4 


1 


35 


20 


10 


9 




16 


43 


3 


13 


27 


25 


65 


10 


1 




9 


36 


31 


34 


49 


25 


30 


80 


44 


44 


14 


:: 


32 


7 


32 


26 


12 


17 


52 


35 


48 


25 


92 


156 


31 


88 


51 


26 


42 


43 


90 


69 


24 


38 


67,581 


56,121 


74,203 


50,904 


81,804 


107,959 


95,212 


127,039 


141,444 


47,746 


39,604 


62,438 


146,090 


110,337 




i.. 


90,197 


57,040 


90,334 


52,998 


83,287 


115,444 


107,897 


131,044 


152,076 


53,047 


60,086 


75,749 


161,563 


126,618 


119,643 


..(1 


24,823 


10,521 


10,609 


10,596 


5,868 


25,077 


29,462 


12,656 


23,456 


5,417 


10,813 


6,747 


34,866 


30,758 


31,518 


41 


28,999 


8,998 


10,861 


7,367 


5,593 


16,671 


18,517 


18,437 


32,670 


8,897 


9,403 


3,866 


21,820 


25,801 


20,238 


42 


9,820 


3,243 




1,103 




395 


168 




111 






188 


225 


1,808 




43 


10,520 


2,635 




275 




120 






196 




9 




1,131 


1,075 


515 


44 


16,243 


32,854 


5,305 


9,238 


12,451 


16,999 


10,096 


10,794 


13,237 


3,248 


23,470 


12,867 


37,240 


35,305 


15,087 


45 


28,203 


35,605 


7,938 


11,684 


16,231 


21,520 


22,723 


16,856 


21,031 


8,008 


29,891 


10,016 


43,046 


39,277 


28,754 


46 


4,836 


663 


656 


380 


7,042 


3,247 




612 


2,107 


407 


17,934 


10,928 


948 


1,070 


250 


47 


7,661 


1,586 


1,630 


527 


7,040 


4,937 


42 


1,213 


4,164 


827 


23,533 


7,998 


1,341 


1,091 




48 


459 


5,019 


471 


425 


9 


246 


40 




603 


350 


15 


83 


660 


781 


1,083 


49 


1,853 


3,940 


278 


404 


196 


508 




86 


163 


90 


95 


47 


145 


1,952 


21 


JO 


5,352 


20,384 


1,117 


3,411 


868 


5,824 


4,381 


4,240 


4,005 


971 


157 


555 


25,371 


23,578 


9,444 


5] 


10,172 


24,428 


1,847 


4,782 


1,490 


5,998 


13,375 


7,362 


6,792 


3,391 


429 


279 


22,347 


18,532 


18,906 


V 


1,282 


5,901 


1,117 


865 


868 


5,538 


2,324 


3,876 


4,005 


809 


157 


555 


11,124 


8,730 


1,406 


53 


2,107 


8,033 


1,648 


1,375 


1,420 


5,770 


7,894 


7,152 


6,255 


3,301 


429 


279 


15,764 


7,729 


3,519 


54 


4,070 


14,483 




2,546 




286 


2,057 


364 




162 






14,247 


14,848 


8,038 


" 


8,065 


16,395 


199 


3,407 




228 


5,481 


210 


537 


90 






6,583 


10,803 


15,387 


56 


1,879 


3,888 


400 


3,332 


269 


1,712 


2,550 


2,923 


1 ,197 


528 


20 


36 


5,655 


8,052 


1,292 


57 


2,876 


3,497 


165 


3,972 


35 


1,435 


6,022 


2,994 


3,212 


1,619 


247 


43 


8,096 


11,363 


4,441 


58 


3,717 


2,900 


2,661 


1,690 


4,263 


5,970 


3,125 


3,019 


5,325 


992 


5,344 


1,265 


4,606 


1,824 


3,018 


59 


5,641 


2,154 


4,018 


1,999 


7,470 


8,642 


3,284 


5,201 


6,700 


2,081 


5,587 


1,649 


11,117 


6,339 


4,807 


60 


1,004 


512 


1,079 


710 


1,399 


1,427 


761 


2,511 


1,123 


707 


652 


1,118 


929 


1,185 


555 


M 


1,496 


531 


1,265 


734 


1,263 


1,770 


1,002 


2,328 


1,234 


707 


976 


1,312 


1,146 


1,476 


675 


62 


21,263 


12,601 


6,126 


8,722 


5,916 


12,626 


26,374 


29,178 


11,597 


6,011 


2,885 


4,439 


15,806 


27,710 


25,444 


1 1 


28,292 


14,615 


8,586 


10,182 


6,950 


18,916 


32,411 


32,437 


14,083 


6,443 


5,579 


6,463 


20,956 


34,876 


31,943 


• ■■; 


179 


121 


135 


108 


144 


402 


234 


197 


159 


69 


92 


124 


252 


353 


116 


,,-, 


258 


103 


170 


78 


114 


298 


159 


324 


267 


113 


89 


56 


169 


325 


96 


,,, 


13,604 


3,024 


1,676 


2,841 


858 


5,902 


11,624 


3,627 


3,278 


1,008 


638 


737 


5,759 


10,520 


10,412 


67 


15,995 


2,789 


1,593 


1,785 


825 


4,120 


6,924 


5,704 


4,180 


1,604 


667 


350 


3,872 


8,254 


6,664 


, -i 


24 


4 




6 




1 


1 




1 






1 


1 


2 




,,■1 


28 


6 




1 




1 






1 




1 




1 


2 


1 


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4,680 


961 




197 




75 


106 




40 






33 


161 


395 




71 


5,461 


608 




10 




24 






45 




3 




84 


337 


138 


72 


132 


408 


126 


132 


209 


314 


189 


158 


123 


53 


280 


186 


372 


468 


55 


73 


228 


394 


108 


162 


222 


427 


240 


274 


225 


115 


292 


153 


Ji« 


560 


128 


74 


6,557 


11,049 


706 


2,148 


904 


3,095 


5,204 


2,514 


1,714 


604 


1,209 


791 


7,433 


11,870 


4,535 


■;■■ 


10,501 


10,466 


782 


2,811 


1,398 


3,831 


8,331 


4,780 


2,840 


1,587 


1,476 


737 


8,719 


14,219 


9,346 


lb 


17 


111 


7 


52 


x 


40 


107 


42 


16 


11 


2 


5 


119 


217 


7 


77 


14 


66 


2 


57 




27 


96 


56 


28 


19 




5 


105 


270 


21 


78 


384 


1,436 


94 


829 


7 


580 


1,876 


833 


210 


209 


17 


32 


1,616 


3,413 


455 


79 


708 


1,078 


22 


921 




542 


2,746 


1,143 


762 


503 


16 


34 


1,807 


4,871 


1,240 


80 



78 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2 .-FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR 
All farms number 

All land in farms acres 

Total cropland harvested acres 

Farms by color of operator: 

White operators number 

Nonwhite operators number 

r.s b, tenure of operator: 

Full owners number 

Fart owners number 

Managers number 

All tenants number 

Proportion of tenancy percent 

Cash tenants number 

Share-cash tenants number 

Share tenants number 

Crop-share tenants number 

Livestock-share tenants number 

Croppers number 

Other and unspecified tenants number 

Other tenants number 

Unspecified tenants number 

Land in farms by tenure of operator: 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants acres 

Cash 
Share' 

Share 

Crop-share 

Livestock-share tenants acres 

Other and unspecified tenants acres 

Cropland harvested by tenure of operator: 

Full owners farms reporting 

Part owners farms reporting 

Managers farms reporting 

All tenants farms reporting 

Croppers farms reporting 



1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954 . 
1949. 

1954. 
1949 . 
1 J54 . 

1 J49 . 

1954 . 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

: P54. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



285,637 
323,526 

110,994 
120,342 



186,049 
205,002 
51,946 
44,124 
2,481 
1,136 



105 

20,525 
42,760 
6,666 
18,534 
13,859 
24,226 

15,456 
20,179 
7,870 
8,517 



1,340 
1,630 
65,958 



94,128 
108,793 
27,339 
30,543 



64,510 
75,210 
21,380 
17,184 
2,677 
3,565 



1,822 
6,829 
1,502 
4,725 



1,290 
3,217 

1,441 
1,032 



96,778 
119,063 
30,618 
43,067 



60,685 
77,576 
24,146 
23,428 



506 

5,267 
8,179 
1,740 
5,191 
3,527 



1,157 
15,897 
25,409 



33,148 
43,552 
2,892 
1,047 



127,913 
149,936 
59,535 



69,362 
68,920 
36,902 
44,982 



811 

16,952 
19,967 
10,453 
12,595 
6,499 
7,372 

2,732 
6,035 

1,333 
7,144 



237,337 
260,782 
47,043 
49,605 



1,002 
1,087 
35.0 
35.2 



150,374 
172,143 

40,284 
35,615 
8,939 
11,877 

37,740 
41,147 
3,129 
5,037 
3,988 
2,389 

13,068 
13,117 
8,723 
6,796 
4,345 
6,321 

15,795 
15,798 
1,760 



1,153 
1,334 
21,848 
26,325 



1,055 
15,243 

14,710 



114,581 
126,584 
11,315 
15,515 



j , )88B 
102,717 
14,311 
10,154 



5,199 
6,753 

5,062 



188,753 
198,201 
44,725 
53,853 



140,060 
132,664 
18,137 
25,120 



760 

12,263 
13,257 
6,519 
5,622 
5,744 
7,635 

10,702 
16,314 
6,267 
6,250 



1,016 
1,006 
30,725 
32,263 



140,846 
151,623 
36,679 
45,043 



94,709 
104,810 
38,701 
33,537 



2,431 
2,928 
2,082 



1,264 
17,075 
28,239 



9,134 


2,375 


13,030 


4,059 


176 


10 


364 


28 


3,547 


195 


6,936 


651 



KENTUCKY 



79 



OPERATOR : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



— 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


ttorgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Oven 


Owsley 




1,448 


1,003 


779 


1,823 


2,024 


1,945 


1,295 


2,074 


1,413 


1,647 


1,345 


2,318 


656 




1,052 


1 


1,530 


1,110 


748 


1,934 


2,212 


2,271 


1,283 


2,210 


2,047 


1,987 


1,399 


2,895 


769 


1,749 


1,333 


2 


143,242 




73,671 


151, 547 


161,741 


186,147 


113,748 


176,886 


182,707 


211,645 


112,714 


243,967 


102,974 


199,350 


83,018 


■ 


150,041 


150,564 


70,615 


158,070 


173,538 


199,928 


113,983 


180,570 


195,664 


243,720 


122,264 


279,576 


108,572 


202,436 


92,859 


4 


37,930 


38,739 


7,859 


39,014 


41,738 


47,227 


23,306 


21,942 


54,952 


57,888 


19,495 


67,913 


34,898 




9,406 


5 


39,998 


44,433 


8,417 


45,897 


47,034 


57,301 


22,647 


23,939 


55,657 


67,594 


22,660 


75,353 


38,210 


31,084 


13,684 


6 


1,393 


969 


777 


1,770 


1,961 


1,918 


1,258 


2,073 


1,400 


1,602 


1,335 


2,315 


643 


1,610 


1,049 


7 


1,444 


1,085 


744 


1,864 


2,126 


2,246 


1,232 


2,210 


2,027 


1,920 


1,386 


2,885 


755 


' 


1,329 


8 


55 


34 


2 


53 


63 


27 


37 


1 


13 


45 


10 


3 


1J 


58 


3 


9 


86 


25 


4 


7C 


36 


2! 


51 




20 


67 


13 


10 


14 


55 


4 


10 


630 


759 


572 


1,045 


1,130 


1,337 




1,445 


916 


1,112 


719 


1,457 


384 


832 


721 


1! 


710 


820 


604 


1,122 




1,368 


612 


1,652 


1,470 


1,309 


745 


2,064 


475 


985 


982 


12 


113 


114 


127 


242 


327 


229 


161 


263 




205 


158 


602 


80 


273 


182 


13 


81 


122 


74 


201 


321 


268 


172 


203 


272 


210 


156 


449 


89 


138 


124 


1: 


6 


1 




2 


1 




1 




4 


2 


2 


6 


21 


2 




15 


2 


1 




5 




1 






8 


11 


3 


4 


20 


2 




16 


699 


129 


30 


534 


566 


379 


496 


366 


198 


328 


466 


253 


171 


561 


149 


17 


737 


167 


70 


606 


677 


634 


499 


355 


297 


457 


495 


378 


185 




227 


18 


48.3 


12.9 


10.3 


29.3 


28.0 


19.5 


38.3 


17.6 


14.0 


19.9 


34.6 


10." 


26.1 




14.2 


19 


48.2 




9.4 


31.3 


30.6 


27.9 


38.9 




14.5 


23.0 


35.4 


13.1 


24.1 




17.0 


20 


4 


4 


8 


31 


5 


11 


15 


13 


7 


4 


4 


16 


15 






..'l 


9 


8 


4 


41 




16 


17 




25 


11 


22 


24 


14 




22 


22 


18 




1 


12 




5 


68 




2 




78 




2 


2 




23 


29 


1 


1 


33 


1 


1 


98 


7 


1 


7 


78 




2 


1 


5 


24 


465 


42 


33 


237 


167 


142 


213 


207 


73 




268 


130 


BE 


290 


77 


25 


451 


87 


27 


214 


228 


288 


210 


197 


124 


175 


224 


.113 


93 


408 


96 


26 


241 


32 


32 


166 


159 


119 


167 


203 


68 


118 


212 


105 


28 


194 




27 


235 


63 


26 


89 


210 


254 


172 


193 


111 


118 


191 


195 


23 


250 


93 


28 


224 


10 


1 


71 


8 


23 


46 


4 


5 


56 


56 


25 


58 






29 


216 


24 


1 




18 


34 


38 


4 


13 


57 


33 


18 


70 


158 


3 


in 


161 


4.; 


15 


193 


321 




138 


89 


58 


121 


96 


44 


42 


209 


20 


31 


179 


:' 


19 


265 


391 


264 


153 


74 


76 


206 


101 




47 


171 


41 


1.' 


51 


-1 


23 


61 




37 


62 


53 


58 




20 




26 


60 


48 


311 


69 


33 


19 


53 


50 




21 


64 


71 


58 


70 


68 


29 


39 




34 


6 


4 


6 


2 


2 


2 






1 


3 


1 


21 




2 


12 


35 


3 


3 


3 




1 


7 




5 


12 


7 




8 




1 


26 


36 


45 


37 


17 


59 


65 


35 




40 


57 


22 


19 


35 


12 


58 


36 


17 


66 


30 


16 


48 


49 


58 




59 


59 


51 


66 


GO 


23 


38 


37 


18 


72,443 


105,694 


53,536 


90,002 


108,064 


127,800 


62,944 


137,384 


102,367 


150,821 


74,147 


132,625 


51,631 




59,320 


19 


78,358 


107,796 


57,336 


90,819 


117,570 


120,546 


59,460 


139,541 


124,120 


158,942 


76,581 


180,876 


53,487 


125,512 


71,198 


40 




17,553 


14,446 


24,964 


31,115 


27,919 


21,234 


23,835 


40,067 


33,154 


13,876 


74,160 


17,944 


37,505 


16,06b 


41 


10,042 


20,364 


7,297 


19,379 


25,883 


30,730 


24,372 


17,188 


29,526 


32,222 


13,891 


53,613 


17,475 


17,506 


8,173 


42 


1,437 


1,700 




2,591 


250 




1,222 




17,673 


1,059 


4,783 


7,764 


8,682 


3,616 




43 


392 


280 




5,185 




680 






9,069 


7,903 


872 


5,525 


8,653 


2,789 




44 


57,700 


12,224 


5,689 


33,990 


22,312 


30,428 


28,348 


15,667 


22,600 


26,611 


19,908 


29,418 


24,717 






45 


61,249 


22,124 


5,982 


42,687 


30,085 


47,972 


30,151 


23,841 


32,949 


44,653 


30,920 


39,562 


28,957 




13,488 


46 


309 


312 


565 


2,213 


103 


464 


561 


782 


721 


542 




1,085 


3,161 




311 


47 


517 


607 


383 


2,982 


268 


1,068 


1,878 


1,092 


984 


1,470 


4,545 


2,207 


2,231 


457 


1,006 


48 


1,897 




3 


1,188 


301 


179 


4,274 


271 


675 


1,406 


4,008 


707 


417 


308 




49 


2,115 


6 


50 


3,256 


23 


67 


7,261 


494 


100 


1,230 


4,639 


479 


644 


> 


181 


50 


45,798 


6,097 


3,284 


20,887 


9,196 


14,685 


15,726 


10,102 


12,787 


16,422 




17,781 


14,502 


30,652 


4,430 


51 


47,066 


13,101 


3,101 


22,883 


14,833 


29,093 


14,056 


15,485 


18,632 


24,432 


13,990 


23,632 


17,242 


42,514 


7,009 


52 


14,002 


4,312 


3,104 


11,523 


8,405 


9,392 


8,569 


9,555 


11,821 


5,756 


7,781 


12,258 


2,737 


15,082 


4,430 


5 1 


17,886 


7,785 


3,091 


5,468 


12,985 


24,123 


8,465 


15,188 


16,488 


14, 577 


10,117 


20,622 


2,706 


20,526 


6,782 


54 


31,796 


1,785 


180 


9,364 


791 


5,293 


7,157 


547 


966 


10,666 


5,883 


5,523 


11,765 






5 5 


29,180 


5,316 


10 


17,415 


1,848 


4,970 


5,591 


297 


2,144 


9,855 


3,873 


3,010 




21,988 


227 


5' 


5,180 


2,500 


494 


5,947 


9,527 


12,106 


3,028 


2,291 


3,352 


5,088 


1,236 


3,673 


2,756 


11,196 


178 


■■; 


5,624 


4,557 


1,136 


9,207 


13,193 


12,964 


5,453 


2,910 


5,010 


12,454 


3,546 


5,565 


3,520 


9,521 




5R 


4,516 


3,315 


1,343 


3,755 


3,185 


2,994 


4,759 


2,221 


5,065 


3,153 


839 


6,172 


3,881 


4,301 


2,713 


V, 


5,927 


3,799 


1,312 


4,359 


1,768 


4,780 


1,503 


3,860 


8,223 


5,067 


4,200 


7,679 


5,320 




3,746 


60 


569 


668 


533 


842 


933 


1,165 


579 


1,354 


852 


944 


574 


1,180 


322 


753 


690 


61 


617 


736 


557 


945 


1,074 


1,235 


540 


1,548 


1,237 


1,121 


651 


1,782 


411 


925 


•15 


'.' 


15,811 


27,213 


5,028 


19,468 


21,390 


28,504 


10,750 


14,846 


28,370 


36,638 


9,286 


27,992 


16,333 


12,761 


5,876 


63 


18,653 


30,059 


6,674 


23,377 


26, 014 


32,731 


10,478 


17,898 


32,927 


41,192 


12,052 


46,980 


17,960 


18,096 


10,081 


. 


111 


ill 


126 


237 


327 


228 


159 


263 


295 


204 


158 


■i 


78 




182 


65 


81 


122 


70 


192 


316 


264 


168 


192 


265 


204 


151 


435 


89 


138 


122 


„. 


3,321 


6,279 


2,208 


7,376 


9,909 


8,775 


4,898 


3,462 


17,189 


10,495 


3,266 


28,426 


6,715 


5,488 


2,391 


' 


2,657 
5 


7,576 

1 


1,042 


6,222 

2 


8,061 

1 


8,747 


4,728 

1 


2,286 


11,535 


9,678 
2 


3,015 

1 


5 


21 


2,581 
2 


1,618 


,.1 
69 


2 


1 




5 




1 








11 


3 


] 


20 


1 




;« 


431 


593 




1,055 


94 




100 




1,433 


■' 


160 


2,00"/ 


2,643 


299 




71 


41 


29 




1,576 




100 






2,111 


1,909 


211 


100 


3,221 






•2 


690 


123 


72 


510 


554 


361 


492 


350 


195 


327 


456 


232 


1. 


558 


144 


73 


715 


156 


66 


583 


640 


597 


492 




270 


402 


453 


344 


179 


612 


202 


•. 


18,367 


4,654 


623 


11,115 


10,345 


9,948 


7,558 


3,634 


7,960 


10,388 


6,783 


9,488 


9,207 


9,446 


1,1-39 


'5 


18,647 


6,769 


701 


14,722 


12,959 


15,723 


7,441 


3,755 


9,084 


14,815 


7,382 


11,738 


10,516 


10,332 


1,985 


76 


157 


42 


15 


192 


319 


180 


: i' 


89 


58 


121 


96 


44 


41 


209 


19 


77 


167 


38 


18 


259 


364 


238 


150 


71 


72 


185 


98 


i.l 


46 


167 


33 


78 


2,122 


1,254 


109 


2,357 


5,233 


4,915 


1,114 


738 


1,804 


2,546 


733 


1,563 


1,017 


2,526 


136 


79 


2,331 


1,703 


224 


3,815 


6,282 


5,082 


1,409 


825 


1,711 


4,205 


1,131 


2,020 


1,516 


2,079 


336 


30 



80 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2. -FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF 



FARMS BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR 



All land in farms 

Total cropland harvested. 



1954 . . 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 



operators number 1954 . 

1950. 



Nonwhite oper; 



Managers number 1954 



All tenants number 1954 . 

1950. 

Proportion of tenancy percent 1954 . 

1950. 



.number 1954. 

1950. 
.number 1954. 

1950. 
.number 1954. 

1950. 



Share- 
Share 



number 1954 . 

1950. 

stock-share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 



Other and unspecified 



Other tenant 
Unspecified 



.number 1954. 

1950. 
•number 1954. 

1950. 



Part on 
Manager 



Cash tenant 
Share-cash 



Share 

Crop-share 
Livestock-s 



Other and unspecified tenants 
and harvested by tenure of ope 



1954 . . 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954.. 
1950.. 

1954. . 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954.. 
1950 . . 
1954.. 
1950. . 
1954.. 
1950.. 

; 1954.. 

1950.. 

; 1954.. 

1950 . . 



I owners farms reporting 1954.. 

1949 . . 

acres 1954., 

1949 . , 

t owners farms reporting 1954 . . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949 . 

agers farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949 .' 

tenants farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Croppers farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 



162,141 
164,392 
30,911 
33,285 



1,27 
94,406 
25,512 
26,033 



377 

25,336 
31,131 
6,769 
7,511 
18,567 
23,620 

4,497 
9,014 
3,093 
3,390 



67,073 
79,561 
3,158 
5,024 
1,300 
1,549 

9,633 
12,005 
3,691 
6,418 



1,324 
1,414 
5,783 
8,274 



:■"■.•■ 

212,304 
13,339 

14,383 



170,947 
11,805 
10,460 



. ,882 
28,922 
14,196 
14,192 



1,207 
1,348 
1,184 
1,344 



69,815 
67,540 
10,322 
10,340 



47,111 
53,821 
14,897 
5,720 



292,379 
73,682 
89,422 



202,968 
199,399 
31,176 
49,005 



356 

17,254 
24,471 
15,467 
20,578 
1,787 
3,893 

6,479 
10,071 
5,053 



4,779 


50,360 


6,986 


56,037 


140 


462 


50 


663 


3,445 


12,236 


1,578 


17,583 



58,093 
54,407 
8,540 
9,305 



41,996 
35,693 
5,679 

4,577 



5,505 
9,621 
5,181 



125,192 
131,604 
22,625 
26,911 



98,239 
22,542 
18,433 



79,146 
109,790 
12,316 
17,926 



58,922 
84,304 
11,366 
13,654 



119,371 
121,715 
33,773 
36,921 



82,022 
85,948 
28,273 
21,093 



6,793 


6,928 


3,989 


10,479 


6,185 


7,619 


5,838 


4,482 


3,389 


10,044 


4,648 


6,731 


955 


2,446 


600 


435 


1,537 


888 


2,080 


658 


1,658 


2,340 


3,347 


2,704 


2,526 


999 


3,121 


1,355 


2,028 


3,356 


933 


504 


1,137 


1,112 


828 


1,302 


13,651 


7,718 


19,165 


18,420 


12,898 


24,551 


251 


113 


407 


249 


128 


313 


5,343 


2,627 


10,819 


4,672 


2,675 


6,902 



KENTUCKY 



81 



OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Shelby Simpson Spencer Taylor Todd Trigg Trimble Union Warren Washington 



237,882 

234,738 
66,153 
69,718 



110,017 
117,535 
27,627 
24,673 



77,765 
71,403 
8,632 
15,232 
69,133 
56, 171 

. 
10,193 
4,773 
5,395 



140,493 
144, 522 
68,794 
74,137 



73,848 
75,271 
19,806 



30,097 
34,799 
9,866 



13,922 
13,336 
1,836 
2,627 



117,939 
120,751 
30,932 
30,737 



63,781 
66,462 
13,437 
12,593 



157 

31,807 
26,365 
6,812 
9,550 
24,995 
18,815 

4,424 
7,997 
2,305 
3,561 



156,472 
162,390 
50,244 
51,293 



107,539 
108,410 
25,726 
27,157 



1,186 

13,350 

. 
6,216 
10,119 
6,134 
5,272 

7,037 
6,487 
3,006 
3,331 



1,102 
1,168 
30,982 
31,545 



203,028 
219,691 
79,280 
80,572 



120,524 
144,182 
44,440 
24,651 



807 

21,498 
27,212 

11,785 
17,214 

9,998 

10,866 
16,044 
5,049 
6,096 



189,138 
201,809 
52,969 
56,463 



128,521 
127,842 
28,916 
36,907 
1,793 
1,910 



150 

17,236 
19,527 
7,731 
9,889 
9,505 
9,638 

6,026 
11,293 
5,653 
3,268 



89,603 
89,905 
20,638 
20,147 



60,647 
52,368 
9,187 
12,601 



144 

13,321 
18,923 
9,704 
13,130 
3,617 
5,793 

2,702 
2,682 
3,204 

2,413 



L75,< 38 

177,841 
82,140 
80,594 



66,720 
68,075 
61,555 
65,005 
1,384 
2,549 

45,949 
42,212 
1,568 
2,012 
364 
924 

32,543 
33,637 

4,018 
5,487 
28,525 
28,150 

3,628 
1,472 
7,846 
4,167 



291,557 
317,958 
104,463 
111,104 



1,080 
23.2 
28.7 



186,976 
192,434 
56,991 
51,856 



720 

28,220 
38,171 
13,506 
22,043 
14,714 
16,128 

11,273 
25,731 
5,084 
4,960 



1,721 
1,916 
57,597 
62,558 



182,21 3 

187,831 
41,372 
45,108 



115,903 
120,778 
23,821 
24,576 
1,502 
1,031 

40,977 
41,446 
1,543 



1,683 

26,369 
25,432 

6,470 
6,973 
19,899 
18,459 

6,633 
11,870 
5,844 
1,692 



1,114 
23,352 
25,507 



177, 181 

200,326 
37,081 
41,998 



142,381 
156,923 
22,883 
24,758 



289 

4,847 
7,622 
3,308 
6,228 
1,539 
1,394 

3,923 

4,854 
2,802 
3,607 



1,138 
1,409 
25,450 
29,087 



171,097 
181,959 
64,508 
68,0« 



85,878 
94,558 
51,526 



513 

26,543 
30,124 
15,875 
19,801 
10,668 
10,323 

2,461 
6,139 
3,240 
3,743 



112,120 
1/48,929 

19,095 
29,591 



89,720 

10,876 
15,924 
1,600 



17,238 
1,788 
1,944 



3,349 
5,774 
3,243 
5,»00 



2,147 
7,137 



1,318 
1,840 
14,119 
21,684 



100,077 
101,424 
11,308 
14,080 



71,974 
80,610 
14,538 
8,656 



10,657 
6,474 

10,376 
6,456 



2,870 
1,676 
1,575 



82 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2a -FARMS BY TENURE, BY COLOR 



(Fa 



luns, 1954. operated by- 
White operators number. 

Full owners number. 

Part owners number. 

Managers number . 

All tenants. number. 

Croppers number. 

Nonwhite operators number. 

Full owners number . 

Part owners number . 

Managers number. 

All tenants number. 

Croppers number . 

Land in faras, 1954. operated by- 
White operators acres . 

Full owners acres. 

Part owners acres. 

Managers acres . 

All tenants acres. 

Nonwhite operators acres . 

Full owners acres . 

Part owners acres . 

Managers acres. 

Croppers acres. 

Cropland harvested, 1954, in faraa operated by- 
White operators farms reporting. 

Full owners farms reporting. 

Part owners farms reporting. 

Managers farms reporting. 

All tenants farms reporting. 

Croppers farms reporting. 

Nonwhite operators farms reporting. 

Full owners farms reporting. 

Part owners farms reporting. 

Managers farms reporting. 

All tenants farms reporting. 

Croppers farms reporting . 



189,196 
122,831 
27,329 
358 
38,678 
12,296 
4,291 
1,673 



17,854,748 

11,451,378 

3,304,181 

236,372 

2,862,817 

495,986 

179,632 

89,545 

40,094 

767 



171,187 

4,476,300 

106,535 

2,343,026 

27,065 

1,112,991 

335 

66,619 



12,211 

219,688 

3,926 

65,081 



211,188 
142,640 
44,382 

24,166 
7,558 
4,702 
2,988 

1,000 

714 



2,408 
56,660 
1,525 

31,509 



196,374 
112,215 

54,647 



134,788 
67,244 
48,947 



20,571 
591 

11,483 



276,184 
L6i ,469 
58,806 

50,237 
16,411 
5,815 

2,778 
1,683 

1,354 



3,350 
92,021 

1,671 
45,346 



126,641 
75,534 
22,075 
768 
28,264 
4,874 
1,025 



44,800 


128,751 


33,880 


75,637 


4,417 


18.431 




5,007 


6,503 


29,676 


100 


2,740 


27 


1,322 



1. ._■ r i. i ._' 1 1 L'ui.':ler iruiil 



paras, 1954, operated by- 
White operators number . . 

Full owners number . . 

Part owners number . . 

Managers number . . 

All tenants number . . 

Croppers number . . 

Nonwhite operators number. . 

Full owners number . . 

Part owners number. . 

Managers number . . 

All tenants number . . 

Croppers number . . 

Land in faras, 1954, operated by- 
White operators acres. . 

Full owners acres. . 

Managers acres . 

Nonwhite operators acres. . 

Full owners acres. , 

Part owners acres. . 

Managers acres.. 

All tenants acres.. 

Croppers acres. 

Cropland harvested, 1954. in faraa operated by- 
White operators farms reporting . 

Full owners farms reporting. 

Part owners farms reporting . 

Managers farms reporting . 

All tenants farms reporting . 

Croppers farms reporting. 

Nonwhl te operators farms reporting . 

Full owners farms reporting . 

Part ownera farms reporting. 

Managers farms reporting. 

All tenants farms reporting. 

Croppers farms reporting . 



10 

138,449 
76,401 
27,873 
2,226 
31,949 
5,433 
826 
567 



171,967 
119,966 
21,104 



95,059 
70,554 
17,373 



173,156 
120,182 
40,780 
1,285 
10,909 
1,975 



21,394 
1,537 
14,412 



15 

154,528 
105,005 
33,340 
1,505 
14,678 
6,436 
2,213 
1,540 
439 



L3.10 

274 
7,179 



12 

230,157 
124,672 
53,123 
4,174 
48,188 
9,594 
3,135 
1,951 
369 



2,310 

112,103 

1,365 

51,198 



122,3 : '" 
91,616 
22,385 



84,892 
15,684 



107,990 
76,704 
20, 188 



17 

153,941 
81,085 
20,642 
19,893 
32,321 
4,924 
1,456 
439 
553 



1,112 


1,145 


5,413 


40,236 


675 


456 


7,216 


19,056 


213 


n: 


4,520 


6,288 



KENTUCKY 



83 



OF OPERATOR : CENSUS OF 1954 













...: - 
























Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll Carte 




Casey 


Christian 




1,44-4 


645 


1,085 




2,075 


2,164 


785 


1,478 


1,254 


2,283 


874 


882 


810 2, 


3t 


2,769 


1,922 


1 


546 


538 


602 


712 


1,483 


1,320 


582 


1,125 


858 


i,443 


684 


517 


466 1, 


•- 


1,702 


1,183 


2 




52 


128 


160 


187 




130 


234 


256 


591 


151 


222 


43 


34 


562 


262 


3 


34 


2 


11 












2 








1 


2 




18 


4 


733 


53 


344 


425 




507 


73 




138 


249 


39 


143 


300 


~: 


505 


459 


5 


165 


14 


234 


112 


24 


318 


16 


18 


41 


29 


3 


27 


93 


S3 


169 


162 


6 


86 


1 


47 


6 


1 


29 


7 


12 


35 


9 




2 


12 




3 


238 


7 


33 


1 


25 


5 


1 


14 


5 


U 


22 


4 






1 








115 


8 


22 

1 




6 










1 


5 


2 












3 


31 
1 


9 

10 


30 




16 


1 




14 


2 




3 


3 






1 


12 






91 


11 


16 




14 






10 






4 


3 






1 


11 






60 


12 


173,137 


58,550 


103,634 


120,238 


170,420 


297,181 


94,378 


194,209 


168,165 


186,957 


64,488 


101,316 


75,039 187, 


95 


227,445 


320,302 


Ll 


82,366 


45,542 


65,085 


71,716 


123,985 


210,555 


64,323 


142,405 




107,847 


43,168 


46,783 


46,194 139, 


38 


140,342 


190,048 


14 


24,728 


7,783 


14,963 


16,010 


17,212 


61,761 


21,021 


35,222 


40,935 


62,528 






6,666 31, 


07 


57,524 


55,847 


15 


26,912 


535 


6,355 




848 








976 








1,122 1, 


'' 




10,978 


16 


39,131 


4,690 


17,231 


32,512 


28,375 


24,865 


9,034 


16,582 




16,582 


3,782 


19,356 


21,057 14, 


62 


29,579 


63,429 


17 


3,997 


1,183 


4,505 


4,610 


1,429 


9,038 


1,528 


1,635 


3,341 


1,263 


736 


2,451 


5,012 3, 


54 


5,065 


10,610 


18 


1,323 


130 


1,072 


414 


100 


2,174 


249 


1,066 


2,44.5 


518 




88 


248 




126 


16,669 


19 


405 


130 


695 


373 


100 


2,023 


188 


933 


1,946 


274 






66 








8,280 


20 


274 




257 






58 




133 


306 


198 












126 


3,401 


21 


































268 


.'." 


329 




120 


41 




93 


61 




193 


46 








248 






4,720 


23 


218 




118 






32 






79 


46 






22 


246 








24 


1,362 


545 


1,016 


1,203 


1,945 


2,023 


658 


1,278 


1,071 


1,899 






794 1, 


43 


2,511 




25 


55,245 


8,398 


30,255 


23,064 


12,556 


67,536 


27,976 


50,732 


46,250 


63,640 


15,855 


34, 813 


16,306 24, 


S9 


48,976 


118,522 


21 


485 


453 


543 


627 




1,185 


461 


930 


686 


1,088 


566 


387 


451 


?2 




1,062 


27 


21,496 


5,728 


15,412 


11,986 


8,080 


39,664 


16,335 


32,746 


26,202 


27,492 


9,569 


11,749 


9,685 16, 


71 


25,102 


63,456 


."' 


130 


50 


125 


159 


187 


336 


128 


233 


252 


588 


149 


220 


-43 


31 


559 


262 


29 


8,295 


1,966 


4,985 


3,988 


1,867 


18,645 


8,536 


12,487 


14,763 


28,692 


5,320 


15,534 


1,516 6, 


"1 


14,390 


22,923 


'■ 


33 


1 


11 




3 








2 








1 






18 


■1 


9,983 


104 


2,340 




75 








202 








254 






4,553 


32 


714 


41 


337 


417 


384 


502 


69 


115 


131 


223 


36 




299 


23 


490 


446 


33 


15,471 


600 


7,518 


7,090 


2,534 


9,227 


3,105 


5,499 


5,083 


7,456 


966 


7,530 


4,851 2, 


X 


9,484 


27,590 


34 


160 


13 


232 


111 


24 


318 


16 


16 


39 


29 


3 


26 


93 


83 


169 


160 


35 


1,893 


213 


2,276 


1,173 


223 


3,912 


441 


541 


1,167 


795 


177 


847 


1,361 


83 


2,115 


5,191 


<< 


77 


1 


38 


6 


1 


29 


5 


11 


29 








12 




3 


226 


37 


424 


16 


351 


76 


4 


509 


70 


284 


601 


212 








34 




53 


6,331 


18 


27 


1 


17 


5 


1 


14 


3 


10 


16 
















105 


19 


98 


16 




55 


4 


395 


34 


233 


299 


83 






2 








2,340 


40 


21 




6 






1 




1 


5 
















31 


,! 


103 




l 16 






23 




51 


112 


96 
















53 


1,333 


43 

44 


31 




































222 


28 




15 






■■ 


2 




8 


3 


















89 


• • 


192 




74 


21 




1] 


36 




190 


33 












34 








..,. 


16 




13 














3 












11 








47 


88 




72 












79 


33 












33 






1,291 


48 


Fleming 


Floyd 




Fulton 






Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 




Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin Harli 




Harrison 


Hart 




1,974 


2,525 


1,179 






1,693 


1,593 


3,699 


2,318 


1,928 


1,455 


832 


2,489 


a 


1,872 


2,418 


i 


1,013 


1,803 


742 


358 


252 


779 


871 


2,604 


1,945 


1,124 


997 


545 




70 


913 


1,327 


2 


375 


369 


113 
3 


146 

4 


78 

1 


291 
6 


299 


665 
5 


261 


342 


273 


108 


3 


0" 
1 


234 


369 


3 

4 


586 




321 


259 


189 






425 


112 


462 


181 


176 


313 


,• 


721 


722 


5 


123 


14 






52 


396 


112 


127 


21 


235 


45 


52 


110 


4 


159 


316 


' 


19 


7 


9 


173 


5 


85 


9 


64 


1 


80 


2 


3 


24 


9 


29 


159 


" 




5 


6 


5 


2 


34 


2 


29 






2 


3 


15 


7 


13 


42 


' 


7 


2 


1 


1 


1 


32 


2 






21 






3 


? 


4 


23 


1 
l 


8 




2 


167 


2 


19 


5 






22 






6 




12 


94 


2 




2 


156 


1 


10 






1 


17 






6 




4 


72 


' 


200,546 


124,597 


115,293 


113,721 


57,939 


139,935 


156,974 


293,514 


257,575 


155,562 


144,978 


88,152 


274,289 44, 


64 


182,216 


206,143 


13 


120,104 


93,663 


76,738 


50,310 


29,388 


80,684 


90,105 


184,674 


210,257 


93,680 


98,062 


55,537 


183,046 29, 


» 


105,639 


132,325 


14 


41,525 


14,704 


12,102 


40,961 


10,527 


27,938 


36,565 


76,901 


37,873 


31,234 


32,183 


14,548 


59,169 3, 


71 


29,464 


35,622 


15 






1,267 


2,817 


70 


3,028 




2,121 






3,152 


3,620 


1,536 


20 


672 




16 


38,917 


16,230 


25,186 


19,633 




28,285 


30,304 


29,818 


9,445 


30,648 


11,581 




30,538 10, 


77 


46,441 


38, 196 


! 


4,230 


503 


3,723 




3,658 


9,206 


3,949 


4,451 


1,429 


12,140 


1,853 


2,150 


5,665 


45 


4,842 


9,221 


18 


370 


243 


380 


2,739 


571 


2,232 


633 


3,149 


46 


3,520 


55 


15 


1,392 


78 


1,718 


5,480 


19 


25 


222 


358 


41 


308 


946 




1,488 




1,885 


55 


15 


907 


40 


1,529 


2,182 




82 


21 


8 


68 


153 


1,031 


315 


974 




1,050 






286 


sa 


110 


1,427 




263 




14 


2,630 


iio 


255 


141 


687 


46 


585 






199 




79 


1,871 


15 




14 


2,084 


60 


99 




339 


46 


529 






L99 




21 


1,082 




1,799 


2,319 


1,096 


676 


490 


1,517 


1,455 


3,030 


2,148 


1,800 


1,294 


768 


2,217 


57 


1,735 


2,239 




41,577 


12,001 


20,542 


55,128 


10,992 


31,653 


26,750 


98,736 


58,597 


45,981 


18,521 


27,870 


81,825 4, 


28 


32,840 


46,193 


. 


849 


1,630 


667 


276 


229 


620 


745 


1,964 


1,790 


1,001 


851 


487 


1,501 


09 


802 


1,155 




19,608 


7,647 


11,912 


19,243 


4,735 


13,018 


12,722 


49,878 


43,548 


23,129 


9,908 


12,824 


46,560 2, 




15,743 


22,888 




374 


364 


112 


144 


77 


287 


293 


660 


259 


341 


271 


106 


416 


67 


230 


369 


. ' 


10,026 


2,665 


2,517 
3 


20,229 

4 


2,310 

1 


7,481 
5 


7,308 


34,433 
5 


12,316 


10,420 


6,014 

4 


6,348 
3 


24,152 

3 


98 

1 


5,647 
4 


9,483 








344 


1,526 


55 


337 




1,106 






243 


589 


-." 


18 


88 






576 


325 


314 


252 


183 


605 


417 


401 


99 


458 


168 


172 


297 


3G 


699 


715 




11,943 


1,689 


5,769 


14,130 


3,892 


10,817 


6,720 


13,319 


2,733 


12,432 


2,356 


8,109 


10,316 


13 


11,362 


13,822 




123 


14 


118 


141 


52 


396 


112 


125 


21 


235 


44 


52 


106 




158 


316 




1,435 


101 


1,241 


3,928 


639 


4,692 


1,148 


2,821 


539 


5,874 


682 


1,440 


2,287 


...1 


1,527 


4,168 


« 


18 


6 


8 


170 


4 


79 


9 


59 


1 


74 


1 


3 


22 


9 


29 


153 


■ 


178 


26 


59 


2,608 


77 


704 


125 


1,295 


10 


1,228 


1 


8 


378 


55 


290 


1,961 


■ 


3 


4 


5 


2 




28 


2 


25 




31 


1 


3 


13 


7 


13 


37 




8 


18 


42 


20 


6 


179 


39 


398 




488 


1 


8 


275 


40 


171 


497 




7 


2 


1 


1 


1 


32 


2 


14 




21 






3 


2 




23 




67 
8 


8 


3 
2 


32 

167 


32 
2 


398 
19 


54 
5 


427 
20 


1 


423 
22 












49 

6 


15 


12 


333 

93 




103 
2 




14 
2 


2,556 

156 


39 

1 


127 
10 


32 


470 
15 


10 
1 


317 

17 

















66 

4 


1,131 
72 




15 




14 


2,025 


11 


70 




279 


10 


263 












54 




15 


740 


48 











































84 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2a —FARMS BY TENURE, BY COLOR 



text) 



roa, 1954. operated by— 

Whl te operators number 

Full owners number 

Part owners number 

Managers number 

All tenants number 

Croppers number 

Nonwhlte operators number 

Pull owners number 

Part owners number 

Managers number 

All tenants number 

Croppers number 

Land Id faros, 1954, operated by- 
White operators acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

Croppers acres 

Nonwhlte operators acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants acres 

Croppers acres 

Croplaod harvested, 1954. io faros operated by- 
White operators farms reporting 

Full owners farms reporting 

Part owners farms reporting 

Managers farms repor ting 

All tenants farms reporting 

Croppers farms reporting 

Nonwhite operators farms reporting 

Full owners farms reporting 

Part owners farms reporting 

Managers farms repor ting 

All tenants farms reporting 

Croppers farms reporting 



14 

227,254 
77,817 
75,658 
5,762 
68,017 
8,182 
4,199 
847 
1,637 



560 

31,771 

269 

40,781 

12 

3,537 

393 

33,216 

109 

3,997 

60 



157,061 
78,401 
27,460 
478 
50,722 
3,620 
1,928 



14,769 

194 

6,762 



L33,56o 

58,900 
49, 824 
974 
23,870 
2,998 
2,024 



-.■•■■ ."-'- 
97,059 
60,712 
13,063 
35,150 
6,302 
2,165 
1,915 
40 



101,210 
14,273 



1,756 
20,737 

1,323 
15,614 



118,036 
67,278 
24,765 
9,820 
16,173 
1,879 
431 
303 



21,202 

176 

13,560 



11 

100,797 
55,036 
9,839 
3,243 
32,679 
3,812 
1,942 
1,085 
682 



27,106 

481 

12,408 



10,937 

100 

1,373 



90,117 
74,203 
10,609 



1,390 
8,508 
1,079 
6,126 



71,659 
50,867 
10,573 
1,103 
9,116 
3,332 
182 
37 



Faraa, 1954, operated by- 
White operators number 

Full owners number 

Part owners number 

Managers number 

All tenants number 

Croppers number 

Nonwhlte operators number 

Full owners number 

Part owners number 

Managers number 

All tenants number 

Croppers number 

Land in fana, 1954. operated by- 
White operators acres 

Full owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants acres 

Croppers acres 

Nonwhlte operators acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Managers acres 

All tenants .acres 

Croppers acres 

Cropland harvested, 1954. io faros operated by- 
White operators farms reporting 

Full owners i arms reporting 

Part owners farms reporting 

Managers farms reporting 

All tenants farms reporting 

Croppers farms reporting 

Nonwhlte operators farms reporting 

Full owners farms reporting 

Part owners farms reporting 

Managers farms reporting 

All tenants farms reporting 

Croppers farms reporting 



114,581 
89,883 
14,311 

10,382 



1,567 
11,315 
1,101 



186,338 
138,22! 
18,123 
615 
29,375 
10,388 
2,415 
1,835 



140,846 
94,709 
38,701 



' 1,14 
39,879 
9,217 



3,489 

510 

2,033 



20 

140,654 
71,712 
11,267 
1,437 
56,238 
4,991 
2,588 
731 



15,650 

104 

3,202 



134,579 
103,494 
17,253 
1,700 
12,132 
2,447 
2,592 
2,200 
300 



38,142 

652 

26,788 



73,521 
53,386 
14,446 



149,568 
88,822 
24,658 
2,591 
33,497 
5,852 
1,979 
1,180 
306 



158,465 
106, 364 
29,876 
250 
21,975 
9,316 
3,276 
1,700 
1,239 

337 



40,559 

913 

20,851 



10,041 

300 

5,043 



KENTUCKY 



85 



OF OPERATOR : CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



Knox 


Larae 


^e! 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Levis 


Lincoln 


Livi^n 


Logan 


Lyon 


McCracken 


McCreary 


McLean 


Madison 




2,352 


1,320 


3,003 


1,553 


865 


1,06; 


1,574 


1,653 


2,164 


903 


2,331 


683 


1,420 


906 


1,022 


2,727 


1 


1,615 


912 


2,636 


1,266 


740 


68: 


1,242 


1,020 


1,361 


734 


1,434 


489 


1,053 


775 


588 


1,386 


2 


400 

1 


234 

1 


197 


160 

1 


71 


9; 


126 

1 


254 

1 


334 
2 


116 


292 


125 

3 


258 


61 


241 
1 


383 
6 


3 


336 


173 


170 


126 


54 


28" 


205 


378 


467 


53 


601 


66 


107 


70 


192 


952 


5 


41 


91 


42 


16 


10 




5 


120 


208 


6 


361 


14 


S 


7 


56 


609 


6 


11 


37 


5 


1 


1 








77 


9 


193 


12 


57 






139 


7 






5 












35 


5 


36 


9 


40 




2 


57 


8 


4 
















26 


1 


23 


2 


13 




1 


31 


9 

10 
11 




21 




"l 


1 






1 


16 


3 


134 


"i 


'"- 




1 


50 




16 






1 








10 


1 


126 










-0 


12 


150,193 


133,0°1 


150,389 


1,068 


56,381 


73,88- 


82,240 


217,552 


176, 538 


160,894 


279,562 


93,001 


94,716 


38,285 


127,575 


233,024 


13 


107,784 


93,894 


126,939 


LU.,444 


47,746 


39,604 


62,438 


145,249 


109,674 


114,408 


183,929 


63,460 


59,256 


33,148 


69,205 


147,810 


14 


25,015 


29,462 


12,656 


23,456 


5,417 


10, gi; 


6,747 


34,866 


30,056 


31,502 


50,470 


21,307 


23,551 


2,892 


36,748 


39,282 


15 


395 


168 




111 






188 


225 


1,808 




2,481 


2,677 


329 




466 


8,755 


16 


16,999 


9,567 


10,794 


13,057 


3,218 


23,47C 


12,867 


37,212 


35,000 


14,984 


42,682 


5,557 


11,580 


2,245 


21,156 


37,177 


17 


1,712 


2,286 


2,923 


1,197 


498 


2C 


36 


5,655 


7,989 


1,212 


13,340 


1,290 


469 


202 


2,732 


15,353 


18 


237 


1,847 


100 


180 


30 






869 


1,670 


497 


6,075 


1,127 


2,062 




338 


4,313 


19 


175 


1,318 


100 












841 


663 


378 


2,120 


1,050 


1,429 




157 


2,564 


20 


62 


















702 


16 


1,476 


73 


595 




154 


1,002 

184 


21 
22 




529 




180 


30 








28 


305 


103 


2,479 




38 




27 


563 


23 




264 






30 










63 


- 


2,116 










442 


24 


2,135 


1,150 


2,861 


1,405 


828 


1,02/ 


1,429 


1,550 


1,948 


719 


2,188 


594 


1,081 


769 


964 


2,417 


25 


21,657 


42,602 


35,300 


16,621 


7,604 


4,73; 


6,000 


29,096 


49,994 


40,226 


107,884 


27,212 


29,972 


4,606 


59,352 


45,600 


2( 


1,422 


747 


2,506 


1,123 


707 


65; 


1,118 


926 


1,166 


552 


1,307 


413 


741 


653 


535 


1,111 




12,619 


25,854 


29,159 


11,597 


6,011 


2,88 


4,439 


15,757 


27,593 


25,388 


65,160 


16,075 


15,566 


3,767 


28,812 


21,468 


28 


398 


234 


197 


159 


69 


9; 


124 


252 


328 


115 


288 


123 


250 


56 


239 


377 


29 


5,868 

1 


11,624 

1 


3,627 


3,278 

1 


1,008 


63{ 


737 

1 


5,759 

1 


10,283 
2 


10,406 


20,490 


7,570 
3 


10,647 
2 


500 


19,433 

1 


8,604 
6 


3C 

31 


75 


106 




40 






33 


161 


395 




1,716 


1,349 


91 




123 


769 


32 


314 


168 


158 


122 


52 


28C 


186 


371 


452 


52 


589 


55 


88 


60 


189 


923 


33 


3,095 


5,018 


2,514 


1,706 


585 


1,205 


791 


7,419 


11,723 


4,432 


20,518 


2,218 


3,668 


339 


10,984 


14,759 


34 


40 


91 


42 


16 


10 




5 


119 


207 


6 


360 


14 


8 


7 


56 


608 


3:: 


580 


1,727 


833 


210 


190 


1" 


32 


1,616 


3,353 


375 


7,990 


554 


215 


45 


1,7,2 


7,789 


31 


9 


35 


5 


1 


1 






4 




7 


188 


9 


42 




4 


124 


37 


41 
5 


706 

14 


19 
5 


8 


19 








63 

3 


501 

19 


165 

3 


3,110 


127 

7 


646 
27 




183 
2 


1,443 
42 


38 

1 1 


7 


520 


19 














117 


56 


798 


L04 


331 




76 


380 


40 




















25 


1 


23 


2 


13 




1 


31 


41 


34 


















237 


6 


633 


. 


309 




93 


503 


42 

43 
44 


































■ ■ 




21 




1 














3 


132 




. 






50 


45 




186 




8 


19 








14 


147 


103 


1,679 










434 


41 




16 






1 










10 


1 


125 












47 


::: 


149 






19 










60 


80 


1,565 










429 


48 


Montgomery 


Morgai 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Oven 


Owsley 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 


Powen 


Pulaski 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 




1,258 


2,073 


1,400 


1,602 


1,335 


2,31 


643 


1,610 


1,049 


1,566 


1,617 


3,913 


683 


4,103 


652 


1,514 


1 


621 


1,444 


905 


1,083 


713 


1,4* 


376 


820 


719 


947 


1,372 


3,197 


429 


3,152 


354 


1,021 


2 


156 

1 


263 


294 

4 


199 

2 


158 

2 


60. 

< 


78 
21 


263 

2 


182 


218 


57 

1 


292 
1 


139 

1 


459 

1 


60 


252 


3 
4 


480 


366 


197 


318 


462 


25 


168 


525 


148 


401 


187 


423 


114 


491 


238 


241 


5 


131 


89 


57 


118 




U 


42 


188 


19 


92 


4 


5 


29 


126 


66 


60 


6 


37 


1 


13 


45 


10 




.3 


58 


3 


2 


8 




22 


23 


7 




7 


16 

5 


1 


11 
1 


29 


..! 




8 
2 


12 
10 


2 




b 




16 


11 
5 


3 

1 




e 


.. 




1 


io 


"a 




3 


36 




2 


2 




2 


7 


3 




11 


7 




1 


3 


2 






21 


1 


2 








2 


1 




12 


112,478 


176,742 


181,222 


209,179 


112,452 


243,86( 


102,447 




82,986 


162,136 


80,938 


196,650 


68,649 


264,099 


57,477 


125,192 


13 


62,476 


137,240 


101,797 


148,816 


73,916 


132,52 


51,544 


110,667 


59,308 


103,273 


66,927 


163,788 


46,272 


202,775 


41,782 


90,559 


14 


20,877 


23,835 


39,165 


32,885 


13,876 


74,16! 


17,818 


37,122 


16,066 


25,512 


3,158 


11,805 


14, 588 


31,053 


5,306 


22,542 


15 


1,222 




17,673 


1,059 


4,783 


7,76< 


8,682 


3,616 






1,300 


175 


312 


350 






16 


27,903 


15,667 


22,587 


26,419 


19,877 


29,41 


24,403 


45,706 


7,612 


33,351 


9,553 


20,882 


7,477 


29,921 


10,389 


12,091 


a 


2,954 


2,291 


3,339 


5,063 


1,230 


3,67 


2,756 


11,072 


liS 


4,492 


64 




2,272 


6,370 


3,894 


2,080 


18 


1,270 


144 


1,485 


2,466 


262 


10 


527 


2,239 


32 


5 


226 




1,166 


501 


616 




L9 


468 


144 


570 


2,005 


231 


10 


87 


1,105 


12 




146 




839 


193 


214 




20 


357 




902 


269 






126 


383 










309 


123 


373 




.'l 






13 


192 


31 




314 


751 


20 


5 


*80 




18 


185 


29 




23 


74 




13 


25 


6 






124 


20 


5 








109 


9 




... 


1,196 


1,966 


1,33- 


1,438 


1,182 


2,01. 


> 577 


1,524 


1,013 


1,458 


1,549 


3,381 


616 


3,714 


599 


1,421 


." 


23,000 


21,912 


54,647 


57,254 


19,428 


67,91 


) 34,702 


27,470 


9,381 


30,906 


7,162 


13,339 


10,155 


73,485 


8,410 


22,625 


.' 


565 


1,353 


842 


921 


571 


1,17 


! 318 


741 


688 


850 


1,318 


2,724 


372 


2,791 


302 


933 


.' 


10,696 


14,816 


28,183 


36,190 


9,247 


27,98" 


> 16,311 


12,614 


5,871 


16,718 


5,763 


9,955 


4,687 


50,296 


4,500 


13,651 




154 


263 


294 


198 


158 


59 


i 76 


259 


182 


217 


56 


287 


136 


457 


60 


251 


29 


4,821 
1 


3,462 


17,073 


10,388 
2 


3,266 

1 


28,42 


) 6,658 

5 21 


5,379 

2 


2,391 


5,890 


475 
1 


1,772 

1 


3,386 


12, 196 

1 


1,136 


5,343 


1 
31 


100 




1,433 


367 


160 


2,00' 


1 2,643 


299 






60 


59 




33 






32 


476 


350 


194 


317 


452 


23 


> 162 


522 


143 


391 


174 


369 


108 


465 


237 


237 


33 


7,383 


3,634 


7,958 


10,309 


6,755 


9,481 


S 9,090 


9,178 


1,119 


8,298 


864 


1,553 


2,082 


10,960 


2,774 


3,631 


34 


131 


89 


57 


118 


94 


4 


41 


188 


18 


91 


4 


5 


29 


126 


66 


60 


" 


1,088 


738 


1,802 


2,524 


727 


1,56 


J 1,017 


2,403 


116 


1,213 


14 


28 


794 


2,750 


925 


904 


36 


35 


1 


12 


39 






2 9 


58 


3 


2 


8 




22 


21 


7 




37 


306 


30 


305 


634 


67 




3 196 


524 


25 


5 


28 




167 


197 


130 




38 


14 


1 


10 


23 


3 




2 4 


12 


2 




6 




16 


10 


3 




39 


54 


30 


187 


448 


39 




22 


147 
10 
109 


5 




20 




92 


64 


35 




40 
41 


77 




116 


107 








57 










59 


40 


66 




42 
43 


16 




1 


io 


••• 






3 


36 


1 


2 


2 




2 


6 


3 




44 
45 


175 




2 


79 


28 






117 


268 


20 


5 


8 




16 


93 


29 




46 


7 




1 


3 


2 








21 


1 


2 








2 


1 






26 




2 


22 


6 








123 


20 


5 








58 


9 







86 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 2a —FARMS BY TENURE, BY COLOR OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Farns, 19-54. operated by- 
White operators number . 

Full owners number . 

Part owners number . 

Managers number . 

All tenants number. 

Croppers number . 

Nonwhite operators number . 

Full owners number. 

Part owners number. 

Managers number . 

All tenants number. 

Croppers number. 

Land in far.s. 1954, operated by- 

Whi te opera tors acres . 

Full owners acres . 

Part owners acres . 

Managers acres. 

All tenants acres . 

Croppers acres . 

Nonwhite operators acres. 

Full owners acres . 

Part I 
Manag' 
All ti 

Croppers acres . 

Cropland harvested, 1954, in farms operated by- 
White operators farms reporting . 

Full owners farms reporting. 

Part owners farms reporting . 

Managers farms reporting. 

All tenants farms reporting. 

Croppers farms reporting . 

Nonwhite operators farms reporting. 

Full owners farms reporting. 

Part owners farms reporting . 

Managers farms reporting . 

All tenants farms reporting. 

Croppers farms reporting. 



79,134 
58,910 
11,366 



12,314 

503 

7,716 



118,553 
81,282 
28,195 



1,730 
33,556 

1,129 
18,91 



13 

164,971 
94,535 
30,484 
1,297 
38,655 
3,337 
2,273 
1,599 
375 



31 

233,480 
109,222 
26,856 
4,600 
92,802 
10,520 
4,402 
795 



135,754 
73,007 
18,910 
489 
43,348 
12,663 
4,739 



117,243 
63,484 
13,387 



153,508 
106,058 
24,985 



1,538 
49,229 

1,077 
30,651 



194,954 
116,283 
43,243 

35,428 
9,156 
8,074 



3,535 

93 

1,427 



1,747 

85 

1,361 



(For definitions and explan 



rna, 1954, operated by- 
White operators number.. 

Full owners number. . 

Part owners number . . 

Managers number. . 

All tenants number . . 

Nonwhite operators number . . 

Full owners number . . 

Part owners number . . 

Managers number . . 

All tenants number . . 

Croppers number. . 

Land in farma, 1954. operated by— 

White operators acres. . 

Full owners acres. . 

Managers acres. . 

Croppers acres . . 

Nonwhite operators acres . . 

Full owners acres . . 

Part owners acres . . 

Managers acres. . 

All tenants acres . . 

Cropland harTeated, 1954. in farns operated by — 

White operators farms reporting.. 

Full owners farms reporting . . 

Part owners farms reporting . . 

Managers farms reporting . . 

All tenants farms reporting.. 

Croppers farms reporting. . 

Nonwhite operators farms reporting.. 

Full owners farms reporting.. 

Part owners farms reporting. 

Managers farms reporting . 

All tenants farms reporting . 

Croppers farms reporting. 



174,640 
66,468 
61,482 
1,384 
45,306 
3,628 
968 
252 



; -•-. , ' ■ 

184,544 
54,029 
950 
44,567 
10,444 
7,467 
2,432 
2,962 

2,073 



2,719 

101,353 

1,659 

56,992 



37 

178,780 
114,629 
23,110 
1,502 
39,539 
6,073 
3,423 
1 , 274 
711 



176,723 
141,442 
22,570 

12,711 
3,912 
1,263 



1,532 
36,629 

1,116 
25,129 



169,590 
85,230 
51,020 
490 
32,850 
2,441 
1,507 



27,506 

271 

23,244 



112,052 
89,684 
10,864 
1,600 
9,904 
408 



1,684 
19,077 

1,317 
14,117 



100,077 
71,974 
14,538 



349 

418 

11,216 

135 

2,520 

94 

1,216 

19 

241 

12 



KENTUCKY 



87 



County Table 3^FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE OF FARM. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 

[Data for items shown In Italics are based on reports for onlj a sample of farms. See text] 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM 



All farms number 

Under 10 acres number 

Under 3 acres number 

3 to 9 acres number 

10 to 29 acres number 

30 to 49 acres number 

50 to 69 acres number 

70 to 99 acres number 

100 to 139 acres number 

140 to 179 acres number 

180 to 219 acres number 

220 to 259 acres number 

260 Xo 499 acres number 

500 to 999 acres number 

1,000 acres and over number 

ad in farm* by aixe of fara: 

All land in farms acres 

Under 10 acres acres 

10 to 29 acres acres 

30 to 49 acres acres 

50 to 69 acres acres 

70 to 99 acres acres 

100 to 139 acres acres 

140 to 179 acres acres 

180 to 219 acres acres 

220 to 259 acres acres 

260 to 499 acres acres 

500 to 999 acres acres 

1,000 acres and over acres 



1.954. 
13';. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1050. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1951 . 



1954. 
1950., 
1954. 
1950.. 
1954., 
1950., 
1954. 
1950. 

1954., 
1950. 
1954., 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950. . 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950. , 
1954., 
1950. . 
1954. 
1950. 



FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

innteit number of farms 1954. 

1950. 

Field-crop farms other than veteloble 

and frult-and-nut number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cotton number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Vetetable farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
frult-and-nut farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Dairy farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 
Poultry farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Ltvestock farms other than dairy and 

poultry number 1954. . 

1950.. 

General farms number 1954. . 

1950., 
Primarily crop number 1954.. 

1950., 
Primarily livestock number 1954.. 

1950., 
Crop and livestock number 1954.. 

1950., 

»! see lloneous and unclassified farms number 1954., 

1950., 



193,487 

25,239 
24,454 
4,989 

2,815 
20,250 

21,639 

31,633 
37,812 
24,166 
28,770 
22,765 
27,698 
26,109 
30,531 

25,007 
29,130 
13,882 
15,132 
8,517 
9,123 

4,813 



8,691 
2,010 
1,843 



117,183 

125,441 

572,697 

680,276 

925,903 

1,103,683 

1,320,119 

1,600,095 

2,163,293 

2,516,888 
2,884,313 
3,342,509 
2,175,206 
2,366,363 
1,679,955 
1,798,106 

1,144,253 
1,161,275 
3,008,477 
2,900,863 
1,300,634 
1,214,016 
742,347 
632,259 



82,872 
72,107 
4,942 
2,193 



8,149 
9,059 
1,129 
1,430 



13,618 
23, 532 

2,936 
2,165 
791 
2,956 
9,891 
18,411 



1,115 
1,334 
8,547 
11,024 
15,307 
15,843 
22,133 
29,166 

36,786 
39,086 
43,578 
53,613 
28,673 
25,022 
18,151 
19,827 

12,650 
9,129 
23,194 

18,757 
4,648 
5,609 
1,108 



1,030 
585 
6,979 
8,309 
10,883 
13,257 
17,277 
20,390 



26,056 
32,795 
35,510 
43,004 
28,655 
24,770 
20,038 
15,854 

12,951 
8,996 
27,449 
23,789 
9,360 
9,835 
1,080 



462 
710 
1,764 
2,626 
4,102 
5,163 
7,117 
9,271 

12,940 
17,700 
23,463 
24,241 
17,772 
17,040 
17,404 
18,050 

8,777 
10,118 
18,154 
14,352 
4,084 
4,324 

1,017 



248 
410 
2,566 
2,669 
4,925 
6,406 
8,672 
10,955 

13,533 

17,166 
23,329 
25,715 
16,691 
20,677 
14,226 
12,449 

7,980 
11,021 
21,757 
19,539 
10,795 
12,621 
11,741 

6,087 



1,877 
2,224 
13,602 

19,774 
23,412 
28,638 
33,577 

54,070 
56,157 

. 
60,891 
35,993 
39,576 
22,380 
21,981 

14,270 
13,034 
26,534 
27,721 
6,137 

1,421 
1,182 



804 
1,085 
4,312 
6,346 
6,329 
9,708 
8,688 
10,105 

13,032 
17,885 
20,042 
21,804 
17,291 
17,976 
12,139 
11,219 

6,897 
9,974 
18,190 
22,034 
12,565 
9,757 
7,377 
7,425 



1,813 
2,382 
5,535 
7,258 
5,095 
6,671 
4,386 
5,554 



3,952 
4,696 
3,917 
5,808 
1,350 
3,010 
1,950 
2,377 

1,708 
239 
3,265 
5,477 
6,036 
3,218 
5,320 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FABM 



County Table 3. -FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE 

[Data for items shown in italics are based on 
eckinridge Bullit 



F.p.. b» dw 

All farms number 1954.. 

Under 10 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Under 3 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
3 to 9 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

10 to 29 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
30 to 49 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 
50 to 69 acres number 1934.. 

1950.. 
70 to 99 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 

100 to 139 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
140 to 179 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
260 to 499 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
500 to 999 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
1,000 acres and over number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Land id imrmB by size of fara: 

All land in farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Under 10 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
10 to 29 acres acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
30 to 49 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
50 to 69 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

70 to 99 seres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
100 to 139 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
140 to 179 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
260 to 499 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
500 to 999 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
1,000 acres and over acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

Estimated number of farms I95i. . 

1950. . 

Field-crop farms other than ueietable 

and frutt-and-nut number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cotton number 195i. . 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Vetetable farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Prut t-awi-nut farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Dairy farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Poultry farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Ltvestock farms other than dairy and 

poultry number 1954.. 

1950.. 

General farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Primarily crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Primarily livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Crop and livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 

miscellaneous and unclassified farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 



4,348 

9,387 
8,744 
12,950 
13,419 
13,100 
15,657 
12,750 
11,398 

10,010 
10,469 
37,37! 
35,828 
34,332 
32,970 
27,711 
33,859 



392 
489 
2,672 
2,721 
3,237 
3,879 
3,466 
4,566 

5,908 
5,384 
8,867 



5,326 

3,521 
3,537 

12,970 
16,272 
5,928 

5,164 

1,015 



1,175 
1,234 
3,057 
3,778 
3,870 
4,422 



9,215 
10,668 
12,756 
14,037 
10,197 
11,276 
11,429 

9,917 

7,869 

9,260 
20, 162 
21,228 
11,032 
12,717 
8,214 
8,166 



4,994 
10,120 
11,741 

19,394 
22,159 
30,656 
33,937 
19,924 
20,903 
11,913 
12,209 

7,995 
6,868 

13,001 

10,705 

1,034 

636 



1,067 
2,110 
7,656 
8,422 
11,266 
15,764 
17,849 
22,181 

19,698 
24,386 
25,100 
33,026 
16,770 
22,483 
16,798 
18,409 

6,894 
8,088 
29,670 
28,096 
9,790 
15,025 
7,962 
2,194 



10,867 

23,312 
27,476 
41,766 
50,868 
37,611 
46,778 
34,712 
36,478 

27,200 
23,997 
67,157 
68,471 
33,799 
31,729 
15,531 
6,529 



1,689 
2,547 
2,926 



9,874 
11,160 
11,140 
19,328 
11,153 
13,866 
10,081 
13,100 

7,189 
7,788 
27,211 
29,353 
7,810 
10,050 



233 
495 
2,427 
3,693 
4,715 
7,713 
10,192 
13,995 

20,063 
24,182 
33,684 
42,952 
28,847 
32,407 
19,442 
21,630 

14,139 
19,209 
38,566 
37,706 
17,963 
11,349 
5,004 
7,362 



KENTUCKY 



89 



OF FARM : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 

reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Oas* 


Christian 


Clark 


Clay 


Clinton 


Crittenden 


Cumberland 


Daviess 


Edmonson 


Elliott 




2,292 


3 "4 


884 


822 


2,136 


2,772 


2,160 


1,356 


2,365 


1,416 


1,157 


1,451 


2,481 


1,362 


1,074 


1 


Ml 


58 


43 


110 


195 


330 


161 


302 


338 


270 


57 


191 


358 


124 


69 


2 


134 


65 


32 


138 


174 


360 


196 


283 


280 


172 


' 


172 


404 


122 


48 


3 


27 


19 


13 


24 


38 


97 


41 


38 


32 


58 


2 


75 


90 


32 


16 




12 


• 11 


7 


31 


15 


53 


31 


26 


13 


8 




37 


60 


13 


! 


5 


114 


39 


35 


86 


157 


233 


120 


264 


306 


212 


55 


116 


268 


92 


53 


6 


122 


54 


25 


107 


159 


307 


165 


257 


267 


164 


89 


135 


344 


109 


47 


7 


306 


165 


95 


56 


328 


455 


252 


259 


547 


281 


93 


253 


307 


161 


93 


8 


36S 


201 


92 


63 


331 


550 


372 


266 


573 


330 


101 


363 


420 


216 


90 


9 


385 


159 


114 


95 


319 


417 


138 


102 


365 


227 


"8 


179 


312 


204 


134 


10 


521 


197 


127 


83 


291 


560 


192 


146 


438 


223 


106 


216 


372 


253 


139 


11 


386 


133 


107 


123 


299 


378 


148 


117 


307 


156 


108 


148 


308 


191 


127 


12 


515 


182 


139 


85 


299 


462 


. 


135 


404 


204 


159 




383 


237 


159 


13 


455 


121 


158 


153 


314 


451 


238 


147 


294 


172 


157 


165 


408 


250 


206 


14 


548 


170 


197 


125 


307 


449 


304 


153 


348 


177 


193 


216 


486 


232 


192 


15 


307 


131 


112 


134 


293 


315 


322 


128 


196 


IA2 


198 


160 


339 


186 


200 


16 


355 


147 


168 


141 


330 


359 


397 


181 


293 


147 


290 


168 


413 


210 


236 


17 


145 


57 


88 


63 


157 




239 


88 


102 


64 


142 


104 


147 


94 


92 


18 


149 


54 


93 




173 




249 


84 


130 


fc4 


161 


112 


178 


107 


128 


19 


66 


22 


59 




- 




178 


51 


68 


41 


. 


67 


103 


53 


76 


20 


62 




56 


• 




82 


223 


54 


82 


35 


103 


I- - 


106 


57 


70 


21 


43 




37 


26 


47 


61 


112 


31 


39 


; • 


:• 




51 


35 


28 


22 


31 




28 


19 


35 


- 


116 


32 


43 


LS 


77 


46 


79 


25 


37 


23 


47 




49 


26 


71 


99 


285 


" 


83 


44 


132 


101 


110 


56 




24 


55 


12 


44 


;• 


67 


85 


299 


.... 


80 


39 


131 


101 


85 


41 


40 


25 


8 




17 


5 


13 


20 


78 


23 








23 


30 


6 


5 


26 


8 

3 




11 


3 

1 


15 
3 


■-■j 
2 


66 
9 


30 
12 


15 
2 


13 
2 




22 

8 


20 

8 


7 
2 


6 


27 
28 






; 


2 


2 


1 


12 






1 


4 


10 


* 


2 




29 


187,475 


64,488 


101,404 


75,287 


187,095 


227,571 


336,971 


139,275 


172,033 


95,245 


173,156 


156,741 


233,292 


122,993 


107,555 


30 


209,102 


72,317 


108,021 


79,904 


184,941 


229,147 


369,431 


153,554 


202,883 


101,802 


195,227 


172,219 


249,447 


127,058 


117,154 


31 


689 


251 


208 


473 


972 


1,426 


681 




1,570 


1,330 


311 


735 


1,535 


555 


286 


32 


704 


335 


162 


614 


963 


1,853 


946 


1,582 


1,541 


938 


462 


841 


1,900 


692 


267 


33 


5,830 


3,007 


1,849 


1,001 


6,082 


8,485 


4,729 


4,441 


9,985 


5,242 


1,638 


4,621 


5,614 


3,044 


1,645 


34 


7,261 


3,721 


1,827 


1,041 


6,104 


10,253 


6,635 


4,533 


10,460 


5,824 


1,894 


6,499 


7,594 


4,109 


1,622 


35 


15,075 


6,208 


4,461 


3,817 


12,400 


16,030 


5,286 


3,873 


13,287 


8,761 


3,010 


6,723 


12,250 


7,873 


5,300 


<t 


20,422 


7,728 


4,974 


3,377 


11,264 


21,590 


7,218 


5,522 


15.980 


8,513 


4,199 


8,268 


14,649 


9,863 


5,323 


37 


22,540 


7,860 


6,426 


7,098 


17,470 


22,054 


8,669 


6,964 


17,238 


8,909 


6,366 


8,646 


17,946 


11,144 


7,427 


it* 


29,977 


10,641 


8,215 


4,986 


17,331 


26,871 


10,117 


7,943 


22,763 


11,774 


9,477 


10,153 


22,002 


13,847 


9,172 


t'i 


37,680 


10,038 


13,256 


12,604 


25,888 


37,195 


20,287 


12,317 


23,864 


14,107 


13,258 


13,526 


33,892 


20,833 


16,818 


40 


44,845 


13,903 


16,395 


10,38? 


25,147 


36,591 


25,453 


12,863 


27,811 


14,401 


16,211 


17,825 


40,170 


19,044 


15,671 


41 


35,378 


15,466 


13,000 


15,544 


33,930 


36,301 


37,809 


14,993 


21,498 


16,099 


23,251 


18,532 


39,175 


21,327 


22,318 


42 


40,747 


17,174 


19,778 


16,434 


38,102 


41,123 


46,139 


21,078 


32,237 


16,889 


33,684 


19,485 


47,660 


23,945 


26,207 


43 


22,647 


8,871 


13,808 


9,872 


24,909 


27,063 


37,681 


13,774 


15,865 


9,905 


22,460 


16,438 


23,221 


14,592 


14,334 


44 


23,314 


8,548 


14,561 


15,533 


27,190 


26,088 


38,862 


13,316 


20,006 


9,983 


25,416 


17,681 


27,915 


16,700 


19,604 


45 


12,971 


4,279 


11,766 


5,922 


18,967 


14,124 


35,342 


9,988 


13,426 


8,037 


19,448 


13,221 


20,427 


10,413 


14,878 


46 


12,188 


3,823 


11,108 


10,000 


17,180 


15,874 


44,168 


10,805 


16,219 


6,884 


20,444 


15,700 


20,947 


11,200 


13,766 


..7 


10,138 


2,365 


8,793 


6,138 


11,231 


14,574 


26,520 


7,325 


9,312 


3,116 


13,362 


12,455 


12,273 


8,188 


6,698 


48 


7,280 


2,618 


6,606 


4,577 


8,304 


10,240 


27,728 


7,691 


10,450 


4,293 


18,432 


10,926 


18,858 


6,027 


8,838 


49 


15,403 


5,587 


16,132 


8,546 


23,228 


34,401 


97,561 


32,632 


27,273 


14,567 


45,224 


36,007 


37,535 


18,577 


15,004 


50 


17,893 


3,826 


14,894 


8,688 


21,305 


29,030 


105,162 


26,151 


26,601 


12,987 


44,224 


35,038 


30,096 


14,245 


13,164 


51 


5,065 


556 


11,705 


3,150 


7,582 


12,766 


50,170 


16,276 


15,282 


2,772 


21,325 


14,554 


18,815 


3,922 


2,847 


52 


■•■•■ 




7,240 


1,894 


9,035 


8,579 


41,978 


20,749 


9,472 


7,968 


16,375 


14,284 


12,843 


4,536 


3,520 


5 l 


4,059 






1,122 


4,436 


3,152 


12,236 


15,181 


3,433 


2,400 


3,503 


11,283 


10,609 


2,525 




54 






2,261 


2,377 


3,016 


1,055 


15,025 


21,321 


9,343 


1,348 


4,409 


15,519 


4,813 


2,850 




55 


2,393 


895 


820 


776 


2,076 


2,807 


2,079 


1,328 


2,522 


1,457 


1,203 


1,423 


2,483 


1,377 


1,005 


■.<. 


2,746 


1,058 


989 


833 


. 


3,134 


2,598 


1,459 


2,693 


1,423 


1,444 


1,681 


2,950 


1,509 


1,145 


57 


883 


90 


125 


580 


832 


1,746 


995 


742 


996 


846 


130 


711 


1,473 


420 


670 


58 


1,124 


42 


120 


532 


773 


1,693 


384 


878 


794 


551 


34 


488 


1,181 


.■■1 XI 


690 


V; 


70 


5 


60 


20 


20 


30 


75 




30 


15 


110 


15 


273 


45 


5 


60 


15 




45 
5 






10 


44 






5 


29 


10 


121 


10 




M 
62 

i,i 
64 


5 
815 


85 


6 

60 


560 


812 


1,716 


920 


742 


966 


831 


'20 


696 


1,200 


375 


665 


1,104 


38 

25 

38 


69 


527 


773 


1,683 


'... 


878 


794 


546 


5 


478 


1,060 
5 


190 


690 


63 

66 

67 


5 

156 


200 


90 


56 




10 


70 


20 




20 


35 


40 


5 

10 

86 


5 
106 




68 

69 

70 


145 


270 
5 


69 
5 


43 


32 


24 
5 


95 
15 


10 
16 


"b 


5 


49 
15 


15 
46 


140 

10 


74 


..! 


71 
72 


15 


25 








29 


19 


22 


5 


10 


29 


10 


21 


15 


5 


73 




30 


225 


30 


35 


155 


178 


189 


30 


116 


343 


144 


136 


91 


20 


v.. 




72 


410 


52 


96 


213 


468 


224 


55 


120 


557 


320 


352 


235 


15 


73 


331 


90 


55 


35 


45 


81 


414 


76 


30 


55 


90 


92 


343 


145 


15 


78 




127 


157 


86 


88 


272 


568 


104 


31 


146 


119 


197 


549 


273 


14 


TJ 




15 


10 


15 


5 


25 


175 


5 


in 


10 


10 


25 


216 


50 


10 


71! 




13 


13 




14 


24 


93 


in 




5 


5 


19 


110 


19 




79 




5 


15 




15 


15 


10 


5 


5 




25 


5 


10 






80 




13 


31 




14 


10 


52 


15 




'io 


64 


39 


15 


39 




81 




70 


30 


20 


25 




229 


66 


15 


45 


55 


62 


117 


95 


5 


82 


311 


101 


113 


86 


60 


238 


423 


79 


22 


131 


50 


139 


424 


215 


14 


83 





455 


320 


75 


1,156 


760 


407 


285 


1,455 


420 


590 


390 


430 


610 


300 


84 


883 


484 


227 


120 


1,122 


903 


564 


221 


1,803 


591 


656 


651 


692 


688 


416 


85 



90 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 3. -FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE 

[Data for items shown in italics are based on 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Estill Fayette Fleming Floyd Franklin Fulton Gallatin Garrard Gr 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM 



Kara, by size: 

All farms number 1954.. 

under 10 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Under 3 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

3 to 9 acres numbei 1954. . 

1950.. 

10 to 29 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
30 to 49 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
50 to 69 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
70 to 99 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 

100 to 139 acres .number 1954. . 

1950.. 
140 to 179 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
260 to 499 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
500 to 999 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 
1,000 acres and over number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Land in faraa by size of fara: 

All land In farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Under 10 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
10 to 29 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
30 to 49 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
50 to 69 acres acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

70 to 99 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
100 to 139 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
140 to 179 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
260 to 499 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
500 to 999 acres acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
1,000 acres and over acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

■ttmated number of farms 2954. 

1950. 

Field-crop farms other than vegetable 

and frutt-and-nut number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cotton number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Vegetable farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
frult-and-nut farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Dairy farms number 1954. , 

2950. . 

Paul try farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Livestock farms other than dairy and 

poultry number 1954. . 

1950.. 

General farms number 1954. . 

2950.. 
Primarily crop number 1954.. 

1950. . 
Primarily livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Crop and livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Miscellaneous and unclassified farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 



827 
4,059 
4,807 
6,748 
8,667 
10,724 
12,821 

12,843 
18,541 
18,961 
20,279 
11,690 
16,552 
10,931 
12,745 

6,799 
5,963 
16,281 
19,229 
5,115 
6,421 
2,931 
1,622 



2,007 
1,760 
5,304 
5,080 



4,899 

7,356 

9,278 
12,718 
11,599 

9,673 
11,783 

8,363 
11,345 

9,271 
11,694 
37,920 
36,906 
18,761 
19,705 
36,689 
32,173 



4,811 
7,112 
7,979 
11,390 
13,950 

25,796 
26,449 
36,846 
39,321 
28,222 
27,707 
20,659 
18,484 

14,884 
15.773 
32,086 
29,299 
15,764 
9,749 
2,250 
2,315 



2,704 
3,192 
13,032 

15,423 
17,102 
20,088 
14,991 
18,167 

16,832 

18,472 
15,906 
18,229 
12,421 
14,335 
7,143 
7,669 



10,025 
13,182 
6,314 
3,675 

. .7 '0 



5,185 
8,067 
9,429 

13,066 
16,358 
18,343 
23,438 
14,257 
13,866 
14,888 
14,137 

7,759 
6,352 
19,590 
21,962 
9,485 
7,662 
1,378 
2,663 



4,528 
4,893 
2,598 
3,799 
4,081 
4,921 

6,732 
8,993 
9,008 
11,409 
10,616 
11,289 
7,492 
10,221 

7,326 
4,282 
21,956 
23,301 
17,438 
12,693 
23,933 
14,427 



1,524 
3,211 
3,524 

7,246 
8,069 
10,504 
10,540 
9,790 
9,057 
7,283 
6,205 

5,335 

9,816 
10,625 
3,400 
1,739 



1,752 
1,942 
7,065 
7,716 
8,418 
8,851 
10,779 
11,840 

16,481 
19,029 
19,739 
20,324 
14,991 
14,221 
11,734 
11,824 

8,151 
9,593 
21,966 
20,331 
12,894 
8,205 
8,197 
7,335 



793 

803 

2,834 

3,112 

5,176 
6,169 
10,496 
9,473 



23,712 
26,295 
33,704 
36,056 
24,829 
25,326 
19,378 
18,509 

12,241 
9,005 
19,618 
20,601 
4,826 
3,526 



KENTUCKY 



91 



OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



reports for only a sample of fa 



Jefferson Jessamine 



771 
839 
6,032 
9,918 
10,282 
13,748 
16,907 
22,206 

30,411 
32,293 
34,626 
35,118 
22,179 
22,304 
15,143 
14,298 

7,615 
4,660 
11,583 
7,325 
3,483 
2,564 



6,983 
7,201 
9,893 
11,598 

19,962 
17,627 
23,494 
26,676 
16,581 
20,962 
17,189 
17,517 

9,862 

14,382 
27,379 
23,748 
5,539 
6,150 
4,038 
7,233 



265 

338 
1,701 
1,840 
3,492 
3,899 
5,980 
6,409 

11,697 
13,208 
17,203 
19,735 
14,843 
15,903 
8,602 
9,178 

5,905 
7,914 
12,687 
12,941 
2,440 
2,804 
3,352 
1,891 



1,116 

4,658 
5,375 
10,419 
10,313 

19, 183 

32,850 
37,815 
48,972 
56,094 
39,354 
40,210 
30,065 
28,522 

20,904 
21,704 
44,663 
39,871 
17,065 
13,003 
9,484 
7,928 



1,769 

4,584 
4,314 
3,910 
4,181 
2,664 
4,644 

2,834 
3,872 
4,929 
5,029 
2,538 
3,260 
2,575 
3,709 



1,743 
7,282 
6,187 
6,186 
5,718 
4,082 
5,934 



1,489 
1,179 
3,567 
4,701 
6,659 
8,047 
12,450 
14,053 

23,324 
25,677 
36,064 
39,504 
19,781 
24,432 
19,887 
20,827 

13,607 
13,178 
31,408 

. 
12,010 
8,194 
3,688 
6,061 



1,431 

6,291 
7,612 
10,350 
13,037 

. 
. 

37,398 
44,405 
45,494 
52,123 
27,210 

20,138 
21,800 

8,565 
9,790 
25,085 
24,265 
8,799 
4,921 
2,305 
1,466 



6,074 
7,023 
9,080 

13,668 
17,066 
21,963 
28,665 
21,498 
24,296 
19,336 
21,640 

17,203 

61,319 
63,781 
37,898 
39,512 
24,216 
23,456 



1,093 
738 
2,690 
2,391 
4,407 
5,348 
8,491 
10,836 

18,630 
24,407 
29,694 
36,993 
24,176 
23,844 
15,741 
16,698 

12,075 
10,628 
29,023 
26,943 
11,856 
9,213 
1,113 
1,168 



4,330 
7,033 
7,225 
9,202 

12,355 
19,058 
16,959 
21,412 
14,139 
17,213 
12,985 
12,869 

7,853 
7,299 

21,624 
22,044 
16,768 
6,685 
9,278 



476 
956 
3,994 
6,445 
7,048 
10,768 
9,647 
15,640 



18,194 
23,395 
25,875 
33,264 
20,857 
25,096 
14,695 
18,038 

12,709 
13,999 

47,151 

9,670 
20,986 
37,833 
37,164 



1,071 
1,172 
6,344 
6,856 
12,932 

16,333 
20,062 

22,299 
24,275 
I, I 
23,406 
16, 175 
11,971 
9,903 
8,949 

4,970 
4,017 
5,974 
8,592 

4,597 



2,043 
3,704 
8,370 

I i, ■■■■ 



12,796 

11,386 
16,698 
15,809 
18,306 
10,243 
16,424 
11,843 
12,313 

8,230 
11,674 
18,488 
26,937 
11,872 

4,547 
4,543 



5,541 
4,682 
7,136 
5,855 

12,032 
11,671 
16,491 
16,504 
11,800 
12,475 
9,025 
9,895 

7,100 
8,492 
16,873 
16,136 
4,954 
8,333 
7,071 
5,281 



92 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM 



County Table 3. -FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE 

[Data for items shown ill italics are based on 



Laurel Lawrence 



All farms number 1954.. 

Under 10 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Under 3 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

3 to 9 acres numbei 1954. . 

1950.. 

10 to 29 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
30 to 49 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
50 to 69 acres number 1954. . 

1950. . 
70 to 99 acres number 1954. . 

1950.. 

100 to 139 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
140 to 179 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
260 to 499 acres number 1954.. 

1950. . 
500 to 999 acres number 1954.. 

1950.. 
1,000 acres and over number 1954.. 

1950. . 
Land in fares by size of fara: 

All land In farms acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

Under 10 acres acres 1954.. 

1950. , 
10 to 29 acres acres 1954. . 

1950. . 
30 to 49 acres acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
50 to 69 acres acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

70 to 99 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
100 to 139 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
140 to 179 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
180 to 219 acres acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

220 to 259 acres acres 1954.. 

1950. , 
260 to 499 acres acres 1954. , 

1950. . 
500 to 999 acres, acres 1954. . 

1950. . 
1,000 acres and over acres 1954. 

1950. 

FABMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

Ssttmnted number of farms 1954. 

1950. 

Field-crop farms other than veietable 

and frult-and-nut number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cot ton number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Veietable farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
frult-and-nut farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Dairy farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Poul try farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

livestock farms other than dairy and 

poultry number 1954. . 

1950.. 

General farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Primarily crop nzuioer 1954., 

1950.. 
Primarily livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Crop and livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Miscellaneous and unclassified farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 



6,713 
7,132 
8,993 
9,466 

10,921 
11,695 
16,261 
18,133 
9,5bD 
7,321 
5,528 
6,814 

4,516 
3,297 
3,824 
3,064 



1,379 
866 
8,418 
7,620 
14,981 
12,649 
13,936 
15,251 

15,547 
13,745 
14,754 
17,307 
7,572 
10,287 
4,313 
6,731 

1,447 
2,157 
11,834 
14,144 
4,542 
4,354 
1,400 



1,971 
2,621 
10,459 
11,544 
15,183 
17,657 
16,772 
19,966 

22,396 
25,989 
21,436 
26,656 
15,353 
12,895 
12,042 
11,183 

5,207 
5,465 
20,612 
11,381 
1,809 
4,684 
7,190 
3,714 



6,308 
10,625 
12,028 

19,310 
23,367 
26,391 
29,463 
16,890 
24,604 
14,074 
14,652 

6,858 
8,553 
22,907 
18,781 
6,390 
5,340 
2,900 
2,650 



2,422 
2,386 
15,261 
14,406 
23,326 
24,581 
25,800 
29,178 

26,564 
34,342 
23,082 
24,193 
13,137 
16,097 
8,234 
7,502 

3,995 
4,556 
5,282 



518 

656 
3,775 
4,948 
6,961 
9,512 
11,023 
13,155 

18,877 
22,185 
28,440 
32,42b 
22,332 
26,995 
19,621 
23,055 

11,749 
15,479 
28,763 
26,888 
13,581 
15,869 
12,608 
14,8 



6,723 
7,855 
7,078 
9,387 

7,635 
11,864 
9,500 
12,683 
6,479 
4,731 
4,315 
4,136 

3,374 
3,820 
3,982 
6,857 
1,768 
1,618 
1,408 
1,431 



911 
4,649 
5,739 
6,810 
9,985 
6,891 
12,380 

7,081 
10,011 

8,671 
18,366 

4,527 



3,198 
2,699 
9,131 
13,728 
13,755 
11,128 
2,400 



KENTUCKY 



93 



OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



reports for 


only a sample of farms 


. See text 


] 


























Lincoln 


Livingston 


Logan 


Lyon 


»— 


McCreary 


McLean 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 


Marshall 


Martin 


Mason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 




2,241 


912 


2,524 


695 




906 


1,026 


2,866 


1,718 


1,653 


1,653 


919 


1,448 


1,003 


779 


1,823 


1 


390 


40 


253 


42 


194 


225 


89 


620 


190 


221 


104 


129 


238 


74 


47 


309 


2 


352 


61 


244 


44 


194 


309 


106 


515- 


156 


267 


114 


130 


200 


58 


27 


321 


< 


75 


5 


40 


10 


21 




17 


100 


26 


65 


10 


13 


73 


34 


13 


66 


4 


16 


15 


38 


3 


6 


4 


12 


42 


4 


42 


3 


7 


47 


10 


1 


41 


5 


315 


35 


213 


32 


173 


219 


72 


520 


164 


156 


94 


116 


160 


40 


34 


243 


i 


336 


46 


206 


41 


188 


305 


94 


473 


152 


225 


111 


123 


153 


48 


26 


280 


7 


446 


61 


380 


64 


343 


306 


103 


702 


357 


191 


261 


215 


188 


77 


78 


292 


8 


535 


73 


533 


111 


399 


370 


139 


836 


348 


345 


288 


213 


195 


100 


72 


322 


9 


288 


66 


200 


56 


264 


128 


101 


320 


288 


130 


256 


150 


105 


73 


124 


200 


li 


403 


77 


265 


72 


288 


179 


151 


333 


336 


169 


366 


179 


151 


90 


106 


210 


11 


263 


71 


234 


76 


187 


92 


97 


257 


268 


136 


264 


123 


116 


85 


140 


224 


12 




88 


285 


85 


246 


121 


144 


290 


331 


160 


334 


137 


158 


93 


141 


225 


13 




117 


352 


80 


193 


66 


134 


246 


222 


197 


314 


101 


201 


130 


101 


230 


14 


317 


136 


427 


106 


229 


77 


180 


320 


264 


229 


361 


107 


200 


139 


127 


,~Q 


15 


243 


160 


410 


131 


129 


38 


201 


253 


197 


273 


232 


34 


254 


166 


130 


2o4 


16 


255 


187 


527 


147 


168 


55 


221 


292 


215 


301 


283 


120 


271 


202 


147 


268 


L7 


119 


95 


239 


84 


79 


17 


102 


L46 


88 


185 


105 


42 


129 


130 


57 


128 


18 


128 


117 


278 


114 


96 


21 


124 


160 


96 


193 


112 


46 


125 


133 


45 


139 


19 


69 


70 


150 


58 


33 


13 


61 


89 


47 


118 


47 


28 


93 


91 


42 




20 


82 


98 


169 


72 


35 


18 


80 


96 


45 


139 


60 


33 


103 


106 


47 


69 


.'1 


44 


53 


97 


29 


17 


7 


43 


58 


19 


70 


28 


10 


42 


73 


18 


29 


22 


45 


54 


101 


36 


22 


4 


41 


67 


27 


64 


24 


14 


45 


66 


12 


22 


.'« 


91 


116 


173 


60 


30 


12 


76 


124 


41 


104 


35 


25 




83 


37 


71 


... 


91 


133 


191 


62 


33 


3 


76 


133 


32 


84 


31 


33 


69 


104 


20 


64 


23 


24 


56 


30 


12 


1 


1 


12 


42 


1 


24 


6 


9 


14 


20 


5 




26 


20 




25 


7 


8 


3 


14 


34 


5 


24 


8 


6 


12 


IS 


3 


11 


27 


2 


7 




3 


2 


1 


7 


9 






1 


3 


2 


1 




5 


28 




- 


7 


* 


2 


2 


7 


14 




3 




1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


29 


178,208 


161,391 


285,637 


94,128 


96,778 


38,285 


127,913 


237,337 


114,581 


188,753 


140,846 


68,146 


143,242 


137,171 


73,671 


151,547 


10 


192,771 


169,150 


323,526 


108,793 


119,063 


45,714 


149,936 


260,782 


126,584 


198,201 


151,623 


73,729 


150,041 


150,564 


70,615 


158,070 


31 


1,812 


205 


1,323 


173 


1,008 


1,303 


375 


3,148 


875 


947 


570 


635 


941 


247 


202 


1,330 


32 


1,914 


272 


1,263 


238 


1,062 


1,780 


565 


2,841 


784 


1,546 


659 


636 


845 


291 


140 


1,645 


33 


8,212 


1,094 


6,685 


1,197 


6,486 


5,403 


1,845 


11,760 


6,907 


3,310 


5,007 




3,491 


1,409 


1,416 


5,269 


34 


9,780 


1,315 


9,124 


1,979 


. 


6,288 


2,687 


14,027 


6,462 


5,789 


5,416 


3,918 


3,503 


1,813 


1,338 




IJ 


11,272 


2,601 


7,749 


2,120 


10,187 


4,728 


3,931 


12,337 


10,761 


4,934 


9,913 


5,765 


4,067 


2,799 


4,731 


7,819 


|£ 


15,791 


2,964 


10,304 


2,844 


11,193 


6,562 


5,821 


12,805 


12,446 


6,524 


14,225 


6,726 


5,928 


3,614 


4,021 


8,245 


37 


15,420 


4,143 


13,627 


4,464 


10,779 


5,027 


5,698 


14,841 


15,136 


7,882 


15,286 


6,866 


6,779 


4,960 


8,064 


12,967 


18 


18,987 


5,087 


16,695 


4,938 


14,350 


6,610 


8,431 


16,847 


18,377 


9,398 


19,312 


7,627 


9,314 


5,469 


7,987 


13,061 


39 


21,863 


9,880 


29,548 


6,857 


15,857 


5,455 


11,158 


20,565 


17,798 


16,404 


25,909 


8,232 


16,940 


10,858 


8,358 


19,182 


40 


26,268 


11,356 


35,421 


8,886 


18,943 


6,129 


14,946 


26,358 


20,888 


19,023 


29,634 


8,626 


16,918 


11,568 


10,247 


23,435 


41 


28,165 


18,294 


47,777- 


15,349 


15,224 


4,160 


23,451 


29,399 


21,804 


32,137 


26,728 


9,464 


29,135 


19,369 


14,633 


30,495 


42 


29,527 


21,467 


61,296 


17,415 


19,678 


5,978 


25,418 


33,873 


23,415 


35,369 


32,542 


13,453 


J1.143 


23,376 


16,748 


31,218 


43 


18,720 


15,055 


37,683 


13,406 


12,414 


2,637 


16,145 


22,923 


13,453 


29,007 


16,238 


6,471 


20,lb4 


20,480 


8,910 


20,239 


44 


20,171 


18,489 


43,787 


17,944 


14,941 


3,230 


19,394 


25,145 


14,897 


30,127 


17,496 


7,053 


19,704 


20,840 


7,128 


21,845 


45 


13,653 


13,744 


29,729 


11,534 


6,507 


2,576 


11,883 


17,400 


9,301 


23,077 


9,234 


5,644 


18,432 


18,086 


8,247 


12,570 


46 


16,151 


19,272 


33,062 


14,313 


7,017 


3,535 


15,545 


18,967 


8,887 


27,279 


11,760 


6,528 


20,495 


20,904 


9,077 


13,695 


47 


10,443 


12,533 


23,197 


6,948 


3,964 


1,659 


10,202 


13,786 


4,578 


16,581 


6,531 


2,383 


9,850 


17,351 


4,268 


6,862 


48 


10,637 


12,887 


24,070 


3,701 


5,241 


980 


9,675 


15,854 


6,482 


15,234 


5,681 


3,356 


10,612 


15,602 


2,835 


5,254 


49 


31,030 


40,562 


59,110 


19,707 


10,367 


3,689 


25,503 


42,646 


13,075 


34,695 


11,365 


8,782 


21,795 


27,148 


12,237 


23,435 


50 


30,048 


44,679 


62,544 


20,698 


11,112 


940 


25,544 


45,964 


10,529 


28,170 


10,012 


10,796 


22,906 


34,123 


6,603 


21,107 


51 


15,405 


34,195 


19,908 


7,133 


600 


628 


8,012 


28,205 


893 


14,682 


4,052 


6,610 


8,055 


12,764 


2,605 


4,377 


52 


13,497 


26,925 


16,023 


4,338 


4,835 


1,682 


8,985 


22,918 


3,417 


15,391 


4,836 


4,010 


6,830 


11,150 


1,912 


6,844 


5 1 


2,213 


9,080 


9,301 


5,190 


3,385 


1,020 


9,710 


20,327 




5,097 


10,013 


3,580 


3,593 


1,700 




7,002 


54 




4,437 


9,917 


6,494 


3,469 


2,000 


12,925 


25,183 




4,351 




1,000 


1,843 


1,814 


2,579 


5,950 


55 


2,162 


912 


2,501 


748 




966 


1,038 


2,929 


1,715 


1,599 


1,661 


1,033 


1,432 


1,031 


780 


1,910 


56 


2,559 


1,072 


3,052 


860 


1,720 


1,162 


1,283 


3,090 


1,855 


1,978 


1,981 


1,019 


1,530 


1,110 


748 


1,934 


57 


1,131 


15 


1,020 


160 


190 


10 


556 


1,676 


615 


.-'... 


265 


5 


1,076 


311 


465 


1.110 


58 


1,187 


14 


1,055 


189 


144 


15 


348 


1,578 


593 


897 


I 




962 


131 


388 


759 


59 


10 


15 


85 


30 


'.'. 




237 


40 


10 




105 


5 


10 


41 




5 


60 


9 


14 


56 


5 


34 
5 


* 


112 




11 


10 


15 






15 




5 


61 


1,121 




935 


130 


140 


10 


319 


1,636 


605 


846 


160 




1,066 


270 


465 


1,105 


63 

64 


1,178 




999 

! 


184 


110 

5 
5 

15 

57 


11 


236 


1,578 
5 


582 


837 


159 

5 

. 
10 

50 


5 


962 


11. 


388 


754 


65 

66 
67 
68 
69 


90 


15 


140 


30 


65 


10 




66 




45 


65 




50 


15 




170 


70 


72 


14 
10 


190 


11 


176 

5 


LS 


13 


78 




32 

10 


45 
20 




105 


35 
5 


5 


170 
10 


71 
72 


* 


23 






14 






16 


5 


11 






10 


10 




< 


73 


166 


361 


202 


150 


111 


26 


'. 


455 


15 


198 


56 


6 


121 


220 


15 


208 


74 


304 


585 


381 


244 


200 




189 


556 


• ' 


410 


239 


20 


171 


394 


18 


336 


75 


155 


21 


639 


97 


80 


5 


193 


51 


20 


180 


130 




65 


225 


15 


191 


76 


251 


46 


757 




225 


7 


406 


217 


42 


221 


403 




125 


205 


23 


341 


77 


10 


11 


155 


16 


15 




53 


16 




15 


30 




10 




15 


25 


78 


9 
5 


4 


126 
25 


11 


53 




60 


10 




5 

5 


85 

10 




5 


5 

10 


5 


5 
5 


79 
30 


14 


-' 


37 


26 


29 


7 


37 


16 




6 


74 


6 


10 


50 


5 


28 


81 


140 


10 


459 


76 


' 






35 


15 


160 


90 


5 


50 


205 




161 


82 


228 


14 


594 


126 


143 




309 


191 


42 


210 


244 




115 


150 


13 


308 


83 


620 


490 


490 


311 


976 


900 


187 


681 


1,065 


320 


1,110 


1,012 


120 


255 


275 


221 


8/. 


741 


390 


646 


253 


899 


1,108 


299 


..- 


1,147 


407 


995 


993 


157 


335 


314 


324 


35 



94 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 3. -FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE 

[Data for items shown in italics are based on 



Metcalfe Monroe Montgomery Morgan Muhlenberg Nels. 



Nicholas Ohio 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM 



r« by >Ue: 

All farms number 1954.. 

Under 10 acres number 1954.. 

1950., 

Under 3 acres number 1954., 

1950.. 

3 to 9 acres numbei 1954. , 

1950.. 

10 to 29 acres number 1954. . 

1950., 
30 to 49 acres number 1954. , 

1950. , 
50 to 69 acres number 1954.. 

1950. , 
70 to 99 acres number 1954. , 

1950.. 

100 to 139 acres number 1954.. 

1950., 
140 to 179 acres number 1954. 

1950., 
180 to 219 acres number 1954. 

1950. 

220 to 259 acres number 1954. , 

1950., 
260 to 499 acres number 1954. 

1950., 
500 to 999 acres number 1954., 

1950., 
1,000 acres and over number 1954. 

1950., 
ml in faras by size of i*rm 

All land in farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Under 10 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 
10 to 29 acres acres 1954. . 

1950. 
30 to 49 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 
50 to 69 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 

70 to 99 acres acres 1954. 

1950. , 
100 to 139 acres acres 1954. 

1950., 
140 to 179 acres acres 1954. 

1950. , 
180 to 219 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 

220 to 259 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 
260 to 499 acres acres 1954. 

1950. , 
500 to 999 acres acres 1954. 

1950. 
1,000 acres and over acres 1954. 

1950. 

FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

it Imated number of farms 1954. 

1950. 

Field-crop farms other than vegetable 

and frult-and-nut number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cotton number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Vegetable farms number 1954.. 

2950.. 
Frult-and-nut farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Dairy farms number 1954. 

1950. 
Poultry farms number 1954.. 

1950. 

Ltvestock farms other than dairy and 

poultry number 1954. 

1950.. 

General farms number 1954. 

1950.. 
Primarily crop number 1954.. 

1950. . 
Primarily livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Crop and livestock number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Miscellaneous and unclassified farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 



805 
7,322 
9,174 
11,684 
12,381 
13,833 
17,915 

25, 287 
27,634 
28,712 
34,116 
18,462 
17,982 
12,087 
12,764 

6,598 
7,813 
24, 596 
20,994 
5,733 
5,098 
6,504 



844 
1,080 
4,744 
6,370 
6,746 
, 
16,633 
20,056 

27,244 
29,013 
32,908 
37,831 
22,675 

, 
13,585 
15,220 

10,659 
12,171 
30,422 
23,468 
8,111 
9,822 
9,576 
8,160 



1,358 
1,259 
4,334 
4,264 
4,774 
5,939 
7,763 



12,528 
13,085 
13,447 
14,912 
12,563 
12,642 
10,373 
7,349 

7,377 
5,950 
23,861 
25,571 
7,481 
11,451 
7,889 
2,673 



961 
734 
4,887 
4,915 
11,894 
13,332 
16,361 
21,940 

27,131 
31, 129 
31,044 
37, 159 
25,753 
25,099 
16,696 
. 

8,224 
8,833 
23,039 
15,918 
5,422 
4,918 
5,474 



462 
1,143 
4,047 
6,639 

6,374 
9,751 
10, 189 
17,450 

17,852 
23,503 
24,776 
29,863 
18,485 
23,743 
17,087 
15,232 

7,140 
10,034 
29,197 
26,756 
17,936 
12,423 
29,162 
19,077 



833 
1,108 
3,167 
5,371 
4,648 
6,639 
8,858 
10,338 

16, 268 
19,445 
30,634 
34,492 
24,302 

, 
22,602 

18, 504 
18,240 
49,162 
55,830 
20, 151 
24,811 
12,516 
11,369 



997 
861 
4,609 
4,534 
5,548 
6,598 
8,871 
10,749 

15,513 
17,039 
18,815 
19, 566 
15,239 
16,480 
10,361 
11,242 

5,470 
7,132 
17,791 
17,785 
4,851 
6,386 
4,649 
3,892 



774 
945 
5,104 
6,225 
9,807 
11,237 
18,901 
26,049 

34,759 
47, 230 
42,245 
54,942 
11,849 
38, 241 
20,244 
28,724 

18,225 
18,695 
42, 126 
34,482 
10,470 
7,718 
9,463 
5,088 



372 
475 
1,416 
1,929 
1,647 
2,155 
2,837 
3,058 



6,431 
11,036 
12,929 

8,067 
11,444 

6,989 
10, 190 

6,256 
8,016 
33,317 
28, 908 
19, 584 
17,782 
6,365 
5,255 



KENTUCKY 



95 



OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 

reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



9,261 

9,122 
13,000 

13,684 
15,820 
16,835 
18,320 
8,903 
9,414 
6,694 
6,282 

3,100 
4,062 
8,853 
7,855 
4,740 
3,622 
1,005 



602 
597 
2,259 
2,303 
5,244 
5,836 
10,620 
12,375 

22,527 
26,869 
33,322 
35,023 
26,906 
27,198 
20,804 
21,533 

14,528 
12,752 
22,273 
19,402 
3,056 
504 



1,243 
1,176 
8,263 
8,848 
12,845 
13,298 
12,306 
14,919 

11,613 
16,617 
10,683 
13,592 
5,880 
8,430 
4,535 
5,107 

2,132 

3,629 
5,892 
8,164 
3,472 
2,960 
2,300 
1,399 



4,082 
3,553 
20,034 
19,370 
25,841 
27,478 
25,130 
28,639 

26,110 
31,486 
25,699 
27,111 

. 
15,741 
10, 523 
12,572 

8,819 
15,204 
18,607 

. 
15,428 
5,400 
3,500 



503 
251 
1,758 
1,747 
3,787 
2,237 
4,324 
5,846 

6,760 
7,296 
10,095 
11,768 
8,692 
7,732 
5,575 
6,641 

4,095 

3,341 
14,770 
13,769 
3,834 
4,712 
5,622 
2,200 



2,603 
2,363 
14,724 
17,455 
27,565 
32,947 
38,090 
44,897 

46,622 
53,586 
51,567 

58,035 
29,507 
30,766 
18,830 
17,006 

7,123 
7,788 
20,423 
24,169 
6,546 
3,367 
1,000 



1,842 
2,573 
4,493 
4,040 

9,222 

10,254 
10,428 
11,672 
8,969 
9,745 
6,469 
4,711 

4,010 
2,890 
6,843 
4,124 
3,773 
3,269 



740 

741 

4,276 

6,273 

8,674 
11,728 
14,512 
14,638 

19,192 
23,115 
20,341 
23,474 
17,208 
18,067 
9,692 
10,581 

4,972 
6,714 
12,390 
8,738 
6,320 
5,408 
6,875 
2,127 



182 
242 
1,610 
2,556 
3,900 
6,440 
5,566 
10,366 

9,107 
13,943 
12,413 
20,490 
12,182 
16,361 
9,024 
9,599 

3,798 
6,886 
14,404 
14,468 
2,960 
5,095 
4,000 
3,344 



1,265 
1,439 
7,202 
9,178 
11,946 
14,908 
16,719 
17,267 

21,854 
22,856 

. 
20,565 

12,803 
6,888 
5,462 

7,655 
4,272 
8,281 
8,787 
3,318 
2,878 
2,117 
1,300 



1,616 
1,331 
4,479 
4,725 
6,008 
7,029 
7,782 
9,277 

12,740 
16,211 
18,696 
21,346 
18,569 
17,708 
14,741 
15,705 

10,936 
11,504 
32,839 
31,964 
24,764 
18,871 
14,074 
14,573 



1,472 
1,810 
3,344 
4,252 
5,997 
5,563 
10,071 
10,598 

22,488 

24,032 
39,705 
37,476 
37,484 
34,545 
29,415 
33,271 

25,197 
23,342 
46,124 
46,329 
12,626 
9,548 
3,959 
3,972 



534 
526 
4,006 
4,279 
5,343 
5,838 
10,801 
11,015 

18,790 
21,965 
28,013 

19,816 
22, 187 
17,134 
15,150 

9,316 
9,610 
19,419 
21,161 
7,321 
4,847 



584 
639 
1,518 
2,037 
2,830 
2,943 
3,586 
5,148 

11,044 
12,700 
19,911 
21,382 
15,386 
19,376 
15,701 
13,834 

10,844 
7,930 
25,474 
27,798 
, 
3,867 
2,947 
3,097 



730 
859 
4,044 
5,023 
8,336 
9,285 
14,441 
15,684 

21,385 
26,395 
29,222 
30,814 
22,754 
22,730 
16,691 
16,027 

8,795 
8,253 
22,125 
22,456 
6,749 
3,812 
1,200 
1,052 



96 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 3.-FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM AND BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 

[Data for items shown In Italics are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See text] 



Warren Washing t 



FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM 



Far. 



All farms number 1954. 

Under 10 acres number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 
Under 3 acres number 1954... 

1950. . . 
3 to 9 acres number 1954... 

1950. . . 

10 to 29 acres number 1954... 

1950... 
30 to 49 acres number 1954... 

1950... 
50 to 69 acres number 1954 . 

1950. 
70 to 99 acres number 1954. 

1950... 

100 to 139 acres number 1954. . . 

1950... 
140 to 179 acres number 1954... 

1950. . . 
180 to 219 acres number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

220 to 259 acres number 1954... 

1950. . . 
260 to 499 acres number 1954... 

1950. . . 
500 to 999 acres number 1954. . 

1950. . 
1,000 acres and over number 1954... 

1950... 
Land in furns by size of fara: 

All land in farms acres 1954... 

1950. . . 

Under 10 acres acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
10 to 29 acres acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
30 to 49 acres acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
50 to 69 acres acres 1954... 

1950... 

70 to 99 acres acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
100 to 139 acres acres 1954.. 

1950... 
140 to 179 acres acres 1954... 

1950... 
180 to 219 acres acres 1954. . . 

1950... 

220 to 259 acres acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
260 to 499 acres acres 1954. . . 

1950... 
500 to 999 acres acres 1954... 

1950... 
1,000 acres and over acres 1954... 

1950. . 

FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM 

it totaled number of farms 1954.. 

1950. 

eld-crop farms other than ueietable 

md frult-and-nut number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cash-train number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cotton number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Other field-crop number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Vetetable farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Frult-and-nul farms number 1954.. 



656 
296 
3,385 
3,427 
3,978 
2,631 
5,121 
5,377 

8,732 
10,034 
22,631 
23,178 
17,093 
.':,' '■. 
19,419 
17,902 



44,857 
49,845 
31,938 
32,821 
17,450 
14,760 



341 
496 
1,256 
1,379 
3,515 
3,233 
7,309 
7,505 

13,305 
15,309 
19,908 
23,336 
It ,078 
13,440 
9,918 
8,891 



423 
366 
1,422 
1,368 
2,044 
2,484 
3,903 
4,051 

5,478 
6,661 
12,404 
13,198 
12,828 
11,543 
12,452 
13,892 

11,895 
14,606 
50,662 
50,128 
46,499 
45,169 
15,598 
14,375 



1,664 
2,035 
8,737 
12,574 
15,285 
19,039 
22,371 
28,024 

36, 545 
41,231 
46,922 
55,052 
36,687 
39,299 
25,799 
32,919 

20,803 
17,810 
53,004 
50,536 
20,719 
18,113 
3,021 
1,326 



24,829 
29,355 
38,473 
41,802 
28,171 
29,056 
18,197 
20,948 

12,930 
10,350 
27,864 
23, 566 
8,141 
5,284 
1,106 



981 
1,324 
5,256 
7,219 
8,593 
11,667 
11,932 
15,019 

16,463 
19,163 
21,550 
21 ,981 
18,061 
19,481 
15,937 
21,137 

12,243 
9,797 
29,975 
38,125 
19,398 
19,832 
17,597 
10,576 



4,902 
8,131 
9,775 

14,709 
17,990 
26,281 
28,611 
21,379 
25,638 
18,163 
22,245 

16,233 
16,962 
35,315 
38,058 
15,806 
11,159 
7,566 
3,125 



1,435 
2,600 
7,684 
11,429 
13,262 
18, 742 
16,335 
20,352 

17,o93 
25,309 
20,024 
23,136 
10,694 
13,096 
6,779 
9,749 

4,560 
3,150 
7,159 
12,797 
5,495 
5,264 
1,000 
3,305 



396 
630 
2,172 
2,820 
4,936 
6,126 
7,175 
10,611 

12,363 

14,082 
15,623 
20,547 
15,308 
15,524 
12,139 
7,865 

5,541 
6,110 
18,964 
10,625 



Dairy farms. . . 
Poultry farms. 



1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



General farms.... 
'rlmarily crop 



number 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Primarily livestock number 1954. 

1950. 

Crop and livestock number 1954. 

1950. 



rlln 






If ted farms. 



KENTUCKY 

County Table 4—VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



97 





Item 
(For definitions and explanation! 


, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson 


Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 


1 






193,487 


2,743 


2,252 


1,071 


1,133 


3,822 


1,324 




1,034 


1,306 


2 




1950... 


218,476 




2,368 


1,305 


1,326 


4,292 


1,679 




1,364 


1,314 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 






















3 


All farm products sold 




424,654,406 
417,060,976 


4 461 223 


3,653,780 


2,884,368 
2,761,486 


3,079,081 


9,347,777 


4 148 182 




154,426 

163,976 


3,382,549 
3,652,294 


4 




1949... 


3,665,353 


2,928,000 


3,352,326 


8,542,723 


4,279,464 




5 


All crops sold 




255,424,155 
207,462,772 


2 654 049 


1,919,356 
1,306,762 


1,669,312 
1,376,043 


1,556,571 
1,237,264 


5,846,844 
4,149,848 


3,146,112 
2,704,405 




36,169 
11,636 


1,474,045 
1,524,221 


6 




1949... 


1,851,647 




7 


Field crops, other than vegetable 


...dollars 1954... 


248,837,139 


2,631,151 


1,879,497 


1,653,463 


1,531,324 


5,820,714 


3,137,158 




24,740 


1,332,555 


8 




1949... 


201,206,209 


1,845,193 


1,278,000 


1,368,208 


1,165,450 


4,101,918 


2,702,154 




8,799 


1,414,901 


9 




...dollars 1954... 


1,252,012 


963 


2,637 


60 


2,700 


2,558 


1,836 




387 


21,579 


10 




1949 . . . 


1,284,754 


847 


430 


275 


2,762 


2,919 


286 




1,204 


19,504 


u 






2,646,414. 


21,885 


37,197 


2,209 


22,547 


23,422 


7,088 




11,042 


66,296 


12 




1949... 


2,367,299 


5,607 


28,182 


460 


69,052 


8,911 


1,965 




1,633 


40,566 


13 


Horticultural specialties sold... 


...dollars 1954... 


2,688,590 


50 


25 


13,580 




150 


30 






53,615 


14 




1949... 


2,604,510 




150 


7,100 




36,100 








49,250 


15 


All livestock and livestock products 


...dollars 1954... 


167,365,961 


1,767,650 


1,687,470 


1,211,413 


1,516,220 


3,446,701 


981,046 




59,115 


1,903,610 


16 




1949... 


206,399,056 


1,749,169 


1,582,978 


1,379,550 


2,101,870 


4,339,875 


1,561,466 




134,065 


2,122,976 


17 




...dollars 1954... 


44,338,709 


555,279 


433,372 


795,192 


613,211 


1,467,095 


207,891 




14,666 


932,630 


18 




1949... 


41,315,508 


280,132 


270,631 


696,225 


514,565 


1,157,656 


231,439 




20,244 


934,182 


19 


Poultry and poultry produote sold 


...dollars 1954... 


14,180,350 


171,386 


281,843 


31,968 


40,682 


180,084 


54,267 




12,477 


90,717 


20 




1949... 


15,783,216 


175,731 


179,125 


40,177 


81,873 


302,996 


80,905 




20,246 


160,697 


21 


Livestock and livestock products, 




108,846,902 


1,040,985 


972,255 


384,253 


862,327 


1,799,522 


718,888 




31,972 


880,263 


22 




1949... 


149,300,332 


1,293,306 


1,133,222 


643,148 


1,505,432 


2,879,223 


1,249,122 




93,575 


1,028,097 


23 






1,864,290 


39,524 


46,954 


3,643 


6,290 


54,232 


21,024 




59,142 


4,894 


24 


1949... 


3,199,148 


64,537 


38,260 


5,893 


13,192 


53,000 


13,593 




18,275 


5,097 




Item 
(For definitions and explanations, 


see text) 


Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


1 






1,530 


641 


1,132 




1,303 


2,076 


2,193 


792 


1,490 


1,289 


2,292 


2 




1950... 


1,510 


686 


1,171 




1,364 


2,738 


2,338 


1,062 


1,910 


1,295 


2,746 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD By SOURCE 
























3 




...dollars 1954... 


10,268,981 


886,935 


4,021,028 


4 


,096,818 


728,799 


5,426,694 


1,927,825 


1,963,905 


2,741,699 


3,978,444 


4 




1949... 


11,048,056 


740,596 


5,356,376 


3 


,893,843 


761,370 


4,432,281 


2,139,605 


1,846,095 


2,683,427 


3,751,629 


5 


All crops sold 




6,254,475 
5,869,630 


129,795 


2,419,296 


i 


,041,854 
664,056 


594,671 
462,299 


3,645,066 
2,093,109 


730 125 


1 025 512 


1,212,152 
757,878 


2,608,705 
2,130,676 


6 




1949... 


63,431 


2,561,443 


2 


554,388 


470, 195 


7 


Field crops, other than vegetables 




6,217,337 


92,383 


2,403,760 


j 


,026,446 
,660,034 


588,203 
445,509 




707,600 
510,461 




1,191,607 


2,591,189 
2,076,840 


9 




1949... 


5,845,384 


35,928 


2,507,174 


. 


2,086,861 


438,348 


742,375 


* 








11 767 






3,640 

15 




3,347 
2,442 


9,355 
28,981 


28,686 
16,302 


845 
962 


1,138 
7,516 


Ifl 




1949... 


855 


520 


32,363 




602 


ll 


Fruita and nuts sold 




3,438 
644 


9,445 
U,783 


6,648 
2,691 




11,368 
4,007 


6,428 

16,188 


19,855 
3,806 


13,170 


20,323 

14,145 


6,625 

4,041 


8,953 
33,815 


12 




1949... 




13 


Horticultural specialties sold.... 




29,100 


16,200 


6,685 




400 




250 






13,075 


7,425 
12,505 






1949... 


22,747 


12,200 


19,215 












1,400 


10,500 


15 


All livestock and livestock products 




4,013,855 




1,593,514 






130, 383 


1,760,896 
2,304,123 


1,192,269 




1,503,869 




16 




1949... 


5,178,191 


674,755 


2,788,082 


1 


226,314 


242,621 


1,574,319 


1,342,896 


1,894,007 


1,572,218 


17 


Dairy products sold 




302,994 
212,804 


320,881 
343,156 


231,098 




606,294 


17 357 


200,739 
174, 523 


529 654 


81 751 


404,207 


616 143 


18 




1949... 


265,308 




625,712 


20,286 


517,049 


110,456 


342,104 


447,749 


19 


Poultry and poultry products sold. 


...dollars 1954... 


140,637 


192,275 


96,445 




60,312 


23,951 


215,185 


58,106 


103,991 


77,408 


146,825 


20 




1949... 


106,795 


55,906 


119,265 




83,675 


47,205 


272,969 


77,467 


225,900 


85,909 


181,866 


.'1 


Livestock and livestock products. 


. ..dollars 1954... 


3,570,224 


243,709 


1,265,971 




384,632 


89,075 


1,344,972 


604,509 


734,824 


1,022,254 


595,644 


22 




1949... 


4,858,592 


275,693 


2,403,509 




516,927 


175,130 


1,856,631 


979,803 


1,006,540 


1,465,994 


942,603 


23 






651 


275 


8 218 




3 726 


3 745 


20 732 


5 431 


17 827 


25 678 


11 127 


24 


1949... 


235 


2,410 


6,851 




3,473 


56,450 


35,049 


10,898 


33,004 


31,542 


48,735 



98 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 4—VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY 





(For definitions and explanations 


see text) 


am] i e] : 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 


Christian 


Clark 


Clay 


Clinton 


Crittenden 








874 
1,058 


884 
989 


822 
833 


2,111 


2,772 
3,134 


2,160 
2,598 


1,356 
1,459 


2,365 
2,693 


1,416 
1,423 


1,157 
1,444 


2 




1950. . . 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 
























All farm ■ s sold 




1,629,456 
2,046,691 


1,857,184 
2,165,624 


2,091,939 
2,353,231 


2,272,934 
1,768,225 


4,436,259 
3,862,275 


9,773,907 
8,762,562 


6,337,966 
8,065,889 


1,611,631 
1,474,783 


1,710,948 
1,414,058 


1,611,871 
2,003,943 


4 




1949. . . 




All re s sold 




585,819 
623,773 


597,144 
506,136 


1,450,397 
1,428,069 


1,827,943 
1,211,571 


3,202,487 

2,409,716 


6,107,655 

4,428,733 


3,323,277 
3,896,228 


1,344,476 
1,112,212 


1,135,693 
765,255 


399,163 
213,363 


6 




1949... 




Field crops, other than vegetables 




355,597 

333,187 


591,248 
477,671 


1,393,189 
1,390,571 


1,776,693 
1,203,515 


3,157,870 
2,398,198 


5,961,502 
4,310,795 


3,303,339 
3,871,272 


1,315,835 
1,091,500 


1,119,061 
753,482 


390,457 
199,440 


8 




1949. . . 


g 


Ve tables sQld 




85,840 
128,746 


329 
3,268 


8,340 
2,140 


6,472 
1,493 


625 
268 


2,382 
12,144 


580 
220 


611 
1,863 


513 
2,395 


57 
1,293 


10 




1949. . . 




F it d nuts sold 




82,517 
63,285 


5,567 
25,197 


11,213 
4,088 


42,763 
4,688 


43,992 
11,250 


11,271 
8,021 


4,858 
736 


27,430 
18,849 


14,599 

' , ' 1 1 


4,489 
8,530 


:■ 




1949... 


1 ■: 






61,865 




37,655 


2,015 




132,500 


14,500 


600 


1,520 


4,160 


,-. 




1949... 


98,555 




31,270 


1,875 




97,773 


24,000 




465 


4,100 


1! 


All livestock and livestock products 




1,041,082 
1,416,709 


1,249,069 
1,642,520 


638,831 
915,664 


424,209 
533, 676 


1,190,267 
1,372,953 


3,645,020 
4,277,213 


3,002,743 
4,130,610 


227,573 

3.9,123 


562,726 
624,860 


1,200,405 
1,740,598 


16 




1949. . . 


L 


Dair roducts sold 




661,915 
781,598 


305,091 
226,758 


295,949 
294,697 


106,738 
114,849 


309,916 
219,015 


606,916 
618,709 


200,895 
356,622 


24,483 

17,483 


117,081 
55,008 


135,643 
138,693 


18 




1949. . . 


19 


Poultry and poultry products sold. 


..dollars 1954... 


117,247 


73,006 


21,896 


59,405 


87,183 


152,410 


1,146,394 


23,646 


81,147 


80,875 


20 




1949... 


216,695 


80,166 


45,305 


88,244 


161,919 


198,501 


1,241,477 


44,226 


107,567 


183,530 


21 


Livestock and livestock products, other 


261,920 
418,416 


870,972 
1,335,596 


320,986 
575,662 


258,066 

330,583 


992,019 


2,885,694 
3,460,003 


1,655,454 
2,532,511 


179,444 

287,414 


364,498 
462,285 


983,887 
1,418,375 


22 




1949... 


, 


Forest products sold 




2,555 

6,209 


10,971 
16,968 


2,711 
9,498 


20,782 
22,978 


43,505 
79,606 


21,232 
56,616 


11,946 
39,051 


19,58; 

13,448 


12,529 
23,943 


12 , 303 
49,982 


24 


1949... 




(For definitions and explanations 


see text) 


Green 


Greenup 


Hanci "■';. 


Hardin 


Harlan 


Harrison 


Hart 


Henderson 


Henry 


Hickman 








2,008 
2,394 


1,457 
1,571 


835 

937 


2,513 
2,680 


944 
998 


1,901 
2,011 


2,577 
2,788 


1,399 
1,654 


1,556 
1,588 


963 
1,294 


2 




1950... 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD BI SOURCE 






















3 


All farm product- sold 


dollars 1954... 


5,113,550 
3,391,290 


1,633,726 
1,475,996 


2,186,179 
1,800,502 


5,172,299 
5,209,876 


163,696 

178,105 


6,287,217 
6,748,052 


5,933,546 
5,108,934 


6,320,812 
.: '0,600 


5,804,549 
5,877,559 


3,472,116 
3,510,156 


4 




1949. . . 


5 


All c s sold 




3,159,462 
2,027,405 


1,166,195 
963,768 


1,578,397 
1,065,747 


2,376,531 
1,647,946 


59,065 

11,119 


4,328,929 
4,108,408 


4,149,742 
2,806,526 


3,491,802 
3,112,709 


3,878,224 
3,552,645 


1,203,069 
1,020,248 


6 




1949... 


^ 


Field crops, other than vegetables 




3,147,029 
2,021,759 


1,093,542 

797,204 


1,571,237 
1,060,300 


2,357,699 
1,636,479 


30,460 
6,436 


4,302,848 
4,101,953 


4,132,022 
2,798,916 


3,371,051 

3,025,091 


3,844,709 
3,512,538 


1,181,991 
992,309 


9 




1949. . . 


9 






330 

707 


47,541 
35,180 


260 
781 


2,512 
1,739 


2,749 

1,270 


146 
395 


3,238 

131 


2,352 

1,936 


1,390 
569 


1,895 

7,730 


10 




1949... 


11 


Fruits and nuts sold 




12,078 
4,939 


16,753 
108,107 


4,350 
4,151 


16,120 
8,198 


25,816 
1,713 


2,735 
560 


14,482 
7,479 


108,399 

63,176 


9,125 
3,038 


18,933 
19,838 


12 




1949... 


13 


Horticultural specialties sold.... 


...dollars 1954... 


25 


8,359 


2,550 


200 


40 


23,200 




10,000 


23,000 


250 


14 




1949... 




23,277 


515 


1,530 


1,700 


5,500 




22,506 


36,500 


371 


15 


All livestock and livestock products 




. . 112,856 
1,326,732 


443,713 
483,703 


603,342 
726,874 


2,779,004 
3,538,651 


93,814 
150,970 


1,953,608 
2,631,904 


1,772,055 
2,248,587 


2,820,857 
3,440,732 


1,922,577 
2,323,166 


2,253,371 
2,475,117 


16 




1949... 


17 






333,418 


67,418 


13,424 


475,255 


14,498 


350,726 


554,507 


128,403 


910,535 


475,689 


18 




1949... 


220,258 


90,477 


38,310 


472,744 


54,581 


305,371 


392,603 


158,128 


842,506 


411,348 


19 


Poultry and poultry products sold. 


...dollars 1954... 


813,803 


140,488 


132,900 


199,536 


25,936 


78,020 


138,689 


104,788 


50,563 


88,876 


20 




1949... 


124,211 


83,451 


128,017 


238,116 


36,938 


173,790 


159,406 


175,068 


88,870 


92,005 


21 


Livestock and livestock products, 


...dollars 1954... 


765,635 


235,807 


457,018 


2,104,213 


53,380 


1,524,862 


1,078,859 


2,587,666 


961,479 


1,688,806 


22 




1949. . . 


982,263 


309,775 


560,547 


2,827,791 


59,451 


2,152,743 


1,696,578 


3,107,536 


1,391,790 


1,971,764 


23 


Forest roducts sold 




41,232 
37,153 


23,818 
28,525 


4,440 
7,881 


16,764 
23,279 


10,817 
16,016 


4,680 
7,740 


11,749 
53,821 


8,153 
17,159 


3,748 
1,748 


15,676 

14,791 


24 


1949... 



SOURCE: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



KENTUCKY 



99 



Cumberland 


Daviess 


Edmonson 


Elliott 


Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 




1,451 


2,481 


1,362 


1,074 


1,341 


1,418 


1,993 


2,532 


1,186 


940 


525 


1,778 


1,602 


3,763 


2,319 


1 


1,681 


2,950 


1,509 


1,145 


1,553 


1,413 


2,058 


2,994 


1,359 


1,022 


559 


1,941 


1,642 


4,067 


2,733 


2 


2,594,044 


9,043,133 


1,629,482 


1,216,260 


1,183,433 


13,788,979 


6,041,389 


342,646 


3,726,313 


4,866,039 


1,468,124 


5,336,804 


4,121,599 


0,313,075 


3,939,541 


3 


1,903,034 


7,510,555 


1,643,327 


1,131,648 


1,091,146 


13, 150, 334 


5,534,690 


363,648 


3,889,169 


4,476,380 


1,378,212 


5,950,444 


3,932,926 


6,348,279 


3,314,756 


4 


1,366,890 


6,530,308 


874,135 


1,059,924 


803,056 


6,829,094 


3,910,103 


136,337 


2,622,316 


3,249,293 


1,027,178 


3,561,012 


2,720,603 


3,482,279 


1,931,057 


5 


769,370 


4,147,156 


573,314 


862,159 


558,319 


6,449,562 


3,202,987 


43,863 


2,397,611 


2,578,083 


923,912 


3,574,559 


2,295,160 


2,955,642 


945,061 


6 


1,347,731 


6,433,265 


789,439 


1,048,746 


784,283 


6,208,101 


3,856,207 


118,075 


2,582,351 


3,195,092 


992,652 


3,556,997 


2,707,022 


3,410,373 


1,868,270 


7 


765,651 


4,053,739 


461,763 


859,772 


544,440 


6,013,903 


3,170,313 


36,160 


2,369,156 


2,524,430 


863,720 


3,573,068 


2,292,212 


2,774,241 


926,281 


e 


2,855 


22,896 


49,801 


246 


6,926 


31,594 


710 


1,794 


24,162 


18,865 


315 


350 


5b8 


12,509 


40,640 


9 


442 


28,802 


5,447 


900 


2,650 


76,058 


'89 


2,365 


4,423 


23,090 


400 


1.0,7 


20 


15,306 


10,621 


10 


16,304 


17,600 


34,895 


10,932 


10,047 


5,929 


44,176 


16,393 


9,583 


29,336 


1,911 


3,615 


13,013 


49,077 


22,147 


n 


3,277 


24,069 


106,104 


1,462 


7,229 


13,698 


25,855 


4,338 


4,032 


20,563 


611 


444 


2,593 


160,735 


8,084 


12 




56,547 






1,800 


583,470 


9,010 


75 


6,220 


6,000 


32,300 


50 




10,320 




13 




40,546 




25 


4,000 


345,903 


6,030 


1,000 


20,000 


10,000 


58,981 




335 


5,360 


75 


14 


1,190,741 


2,505,593 


737,372 


138,509 


365,742 


6,958,752 


2,115,798 


190,837 


1,100,127 


1,590,008 


439,811 


1,771,846 


1,396,741 


2,819,796 


1,989,567 


15 


1,067,944 


3,353,947 


1,047,090 


240,107 


491,451 


6,699,541 


2,319,900 


273,401 


1,488,432 


1,867,455 


452,005 


2,367,130 


1,633,396 


3,346,015 


2,331,099 


16 


169,202 


492,177 


294,798 


7,548 


50,033 


432,293 


625,881 


18,135 


234,097 


179,145 


258,427 


287,655 


701,771 


1,298,511 


343,327 


17 


70,338 


649,990 


259,035 


7,413 


71,102 


577,450 


583,738 


19,493 


283,057 


237,359 


209,132 


308,480 


607,071 


1,057.060 


214,468 


La 


402,667 


279,401 


54,958 


17,967 


36,131 


77,940 




47,795 


46,397 


95,602 


19, 119 


49,555 


69,123 


148,367 


583,660 


19 


141,197 


266,477 


112,503 


64,304 


64,486 


150,020 


151,609 


58,449 


75,326 


48,327 


26,158 


78,424 


107,424 


207,287 


424,356 


20 


618,872 


1,734,015 


387,616 


112,994 


279,578 


6,448,519 


1,377,303 


124,907 


819,633 


1,315,261 


162,265 


1,434,636 


627,847 


1,372,918 


1,062,580 


21 


856,409 


2,437,480 


675 . 552 


168,390 


355,863 


5,972,071 


1,584,553 


195,459 


1,130,049 


1,581,769 


216,715 


1,980,226 


918,901 


2,081,668 


1,692,275 


22 


36, 413 


7,232 


17,975 


17,827 


14,635 


1,133 


15,488 


15,472 


3,870 


26,738 


1,135 


3,946 


2,255 


11,000 


18,917 


23 


65,720 


9,452 


22,923 


29,382 


41,376 


1,231 


11,803 


46,384 


3,126 


32,842 


2,295 


8,755 


4,370 


46,622 


38,596 


.'-. 


Hopkins 


Jackson 


Jefferson 


Jessamine 


Johnson 


Kenton 


Knott 


Kno, 


Larue 


Laurel 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Lewis 




1,516 


1,813 


1,742 


1,187 


1,528 


1,167 


1,842 


2,363 


1,357 


3,008 


1,554 


866 


1,062 


1,574 


1,657 


1 


2,130 


1,973 


2,673 


1,089 


1,801 


1,186 


1,683 


2,763 


1,515 


3,178 


1,883 


l ,108 


1,441 


1,722 


1,768 


. 


2,900,399 


1,778,374 


5,545,449 


5,139,058 


602,535 


1,992,194 


187,009 


950,601 


3,454,558 


2,539,599 


1,223,192 


377,548 


171,063 


158,959 


3,474,752 


3 


2,708,297 


1,521,820 


7,036,099 


5,458,355 


544, 102 


2,166,663 


204,541 


871,418 


3,633,536 


2,344,481 


1,255,464 


393,375 


246,451 


141,637 


2,849,546 


4 


1,696,406 


1,400,869 


2,162,496 


3,238,183 


386,800 


799,339 


94,281 


547,087 


1,504,806 


1,824,716 


502,903 


283,534 


127,640 


80,424 


2,482,163 


' 


1,105,263 


1,058,673 


2,539,171 


3,367,314 


246,003 


726,025 


31,041 


314,088 


1,201,778 


1,488,499 


264,759 


164,634 


60,428 


12,378 


1,857,480 


6 


1,579,477 


1,374,134 


836,191 


3,231,593 


353,545 


650,071 


54,796 


509,276 


1,479,033 


1,771,941 


476,762 


281,415 


92,984 


42,147 


2,347,122 


7 


1,010,025 


1,049,106 


1,098,078 


3,362,023 


234,476 


602,399 


18,314 


303,693 


1,194,304 


1,454,907 


274,049 


182,650 


49,729 


8,886 


1,847,988 


8 


9,665 


305 


431,371 


2,435 


8,071 


47,581 


319 


981 


1,623 


2,060 


4,797 


55 


2,825 


1,375 


2,59/ 


9 


14,013 


195 


478,607 


1,900 


2,127 


36,765 


1,945 


2,487 


1,093 


8,418 


3,629 




4,191 


1,474 


4,617 


10 


7,074 


26,330 


133,769 


4,155 


24,884 


35,132 


39,166 


36,630 


24,050 


43,615 


21,194 


2,064 


31,831 


36,902 


131,923 


11 


16,709 


9,327 


143,354 


3,053 


9,400 


13,371 


10,782 


7,908 


6,381 


8,315 


6,557 


2,049 


6,508 


2,018 


4,360 


i 


100,190 


100 


761,165 




300 


66,555 




200 


100 


7, LOO 


150 








521 


13 


64,516 


45 


819,132 


336 




73,490 








16,859 


524 








515 


14 


1,182,527 


331,560 


3,379,251 


1,899,839 


207,027 


1,191,449 


78,668 


377,269 


1,935,645 


689,696 


671,559 


90,801 


33,231 


68,273 


945,432 


15 


1,569,685 


439,294 


4,487,526 


2,090.279 


285,433 


1,438,871 


130,210 


499,181 


2,417,664 


802,004 


910,744 


194,612 


116,986 


111,421 


918,976 


16 


255,102 


71,011 


1,403,745 


226,934 


62,396 


620,032 


7,997 


56,712 


292,622 


228,623 


218,140 


4,698 


1,053 


8,513 


548,333 


17 


324,535 


54,663 


1,657,785 


193,095 


54,068 


722,899 


5,475 


75,668 


296,292 


199,621 


254,928 


15,917 


3,830 


12,808 


401,522 


1 


101,266 


35,131 


289,983 


41,805 


67,839 


250,283 


20,781 


67,867 


220,114 


161,425 


152,969 


13,226 


4,670 


17,797 


56,817 


L9 


112,211 


79,157 


448,129 


39,930 


74,013 


248,821 


18,210 


105,258 


198,480 


145,260 


196,375 


45,404 


14,457 


18,580 


82,213 


20 


826,159 


225,418 


1,685,523 


1,631,100 


76,792 


321,134 


49,890 


252,690 


1,422,909 


299,648 


300,450 


72,877 


27,508 


41,963 


340,282 


21 


1,132,939 


305,474 


2,381,612 


1,857,254 


157,352 


467,151 


106,525 


318,255 


1,922,892 


457,123 


459,441 


133,491 


98,699 


80,033 


435,241 


22 


21,466 


45,945 


3,702 


1,036 


8,708 


1,406 


14,060 


26,245 


14,107 


25,187 


48,730 


3,213 


10,192 


10,262 


47,157 


23 


33,349 


23,853 


9,402 


762 


12,666 


1,767 


43,290 


58,149 


14,094 


53,976 


59,961 


13,729 


69,037 


17,838 


73,090 


24 



100 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 4.-VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY 





(For definitions and explanations 


see text) 


Lincoln 


Livingston 


Logan 


Lyon 




McCreary 


McLean 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 








2,241 


912 

1,072 


2,524 
3,052 


695 
860 


1,477 
1,720 


906 
1,162 


1,026 
1,283 


2,866 
3,090 


1,718 
1,855 


1,653 
1,978 






1950. . . 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 






















3 






5,527,334 


1,555,978 


8,515,077 


1,348,713 


1,704,661 


278,225 


3,290,809 


8,291,541 


945,772 


4,982,150 






1949. . . 


5,583,693 


,l 


7,757,287 


1,673,916 


2,421,299 


190,471 


2,739,911 


8,994,710 


903,364 


5,471,524 


5 


All ore a aold 




3,384,943 
2,874,740 


166,803 
185,178 


5,368,881 
4,056,813 


585,462 
555,277 


963,930 
1,127,740 


65,876 
21,233 


2,302,278 
1,472,497 


5,273,959 
4,640,278 


834,917 
604,822 


2,697,449 
2,546,816 


6 




1949... 


7 


Field orops, other than ve£L'tul>H':; 




3,366,481 
2,864,842 


154,472 
149, 795 


5,318,860 
4,034,484 


563,452 
550,845 


586,261 
679,734 


43,310 
16,776 


2,295,101 
1,466,451 


5,258,058 
4,567,598 


826,465 
602,172 


2,681,872 
2,541,809 


8 




1949... 


, 


Vegetables aold 




] .7U 

708 


7,532 


7,772 


17,150 
20 


35,802 
37,233 


50 
83 


2,120 
1,938 


4,251 
18,061 


450 
1,085 


145 
304 


in 




1949... 




Ft It- a i nuts sold 




16, 33 


U.l )1 
27,851 


38,619 
18,441 


4,860 
4,412 


79,010 
235,728 


22,516 
4,374 


4,972 

4,108 


10,650 
7,311 


8,002 
1,565 


15,382 
4,703 


12 




I"-.". .. 


13 
14 


Horticultural specialties aold 




424 


1,200 


1,630 




262,857 




85 


1,000 




50 




["..!... 


[.■ ■ ■ 




2,425 




175,045 






47,308 






LS 


All liveatock and livestock products 




2,129,342 
2,678,065 


1,377,954 
1,933,614 


3,132,832 
3,640,953 


747,879 
1,071,346 


737,561 
1,277,593 


190,152 
153,214 


986, 528 
1,250,504 


2,997,272 
4,338,070 


105,130 
272,363 


2,276,389 
2,905,691 


16 




1949... 








647,216 


86,712 


993,448 


86,085 


256,972 


36,171 


69,078 


330,794 


2,230 


380,694 


'■ 




1949... 


519,982 


. 


847,393 


100,280 


385,899 


51,811 


104,111 


381,719 


6,415 


267,800 


L9 


Poultry and poultry products sold. 


..dollar 


68,185 


79, 130 


148,997 


28,856 


72,716 


98,982 


117,631 


138,961 


18,953 


266,635 






1949... 


123,106 


167,752 


235,807 


63,027 


116,489 


28,286 


152,759 


181,835 


61,660 


215,572 




Livestock and livestock products, other 


1,413,941 
2,034,977 


1,709,361 


1,990,387 
2,557,753 


632,938 
908,039 


407,873 
775,205 


54,999 

73,117 


799,819 
993,634 


2, 527, 517 
3,774,516 


83,947 
204,288 


1,629,060 
2,422,319 


22 




1949... 


13 


Forest produots sold 




13,049 
30,888 


45,869 


13,364 
59,521 


15,372 
47,293 


3,170 
15,966 


22,197 
16,024 


2,003 

!■ .■>: 


20,310 
16,362 


5,725 
26,179 


8,312 

19,017 


24 


1949... 




Item 
(For definitions and explanations 




Owsley 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 




Pulaski 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 


Rowan 


Russell 








1,052 
1,333 


1,568 
1,647 


1,625 
1,821 


3,913 
4,088 


705 
639 


4,126 
4,59] 


659 
572 


1,514 
1,755 


740 
1,132 


1,884 


2 




1950... 




VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 






















3 


All farm 




1,040,116 
888,385 


4,070,971 
4,199,491 


148, 182 
233,649 


382,752 
393,531 


848,612 
627,381 


5,172,697 
5,151,328 


1,573,333 
1,479,196 


2,031,750 
1,773,541 


1,110,665 
1,078,373 


2,820,285 
2,051,074 


4 




1949... 




All crc s sold 




918,078 
676,708 


2,435,256 
2,140,668 


102,676 
51,1 11 


160,568 
38,154 


590,413 
336,113 


3,279,379 

2,787,010 


1,215,016 
999,313 


1,418,258 
1,103,568 


832,361 
754,440 


1,838,375 
1,032,792 


6 




1949... 


■' 


Field crops, other than vegetables 




908,175 


2,429,193 
2,136,349 


75,737 
27,144 


118,722 
25,660 


584,304 
335,177 


3,196,557 
2,738,019 


1,213,065 
998,485 


1,403,928 
1,099,074 


819,356 
721,776 


1,770,031 
1,018,765 


8 




1949... 


9 


es sold 




344 


541 

891 


."hi 
10,092 


4,170 
8,818 


105 
71 


L,8O0 
2,931 


50 


548 
508 


4,380 
2,047 


9,085 
220 


10 




1949... 


11 


Fruits and nuts sold 




9,903 
4,157 


5,322 


5,045 


36,011 
3,646 


6,004 
865 


58,522 
15,554 


1,701 
S28 


13,740 
3,894 


8,125 


58,759 
13,807 


12 




1949... 


,, 


Horticultural specialties sold.... 






200 


1,500 


1,665 




22,500 


200 


50 




500 


14 




1949... 




300 


9,330 


30 




30,506 




92 


24,000 




15 


All livestock and livestock products 




109,764 
194,250 


1,633,216 
2,052,664 


38,106 
151,909 


182,500 
288,394 


225,774 
251,520 


1,853,728 
2,288,177 


358,210 
472,056 


588,527 
639,753 


261,839 
300,093 


947,116 
992,145 


16 




1949. . . 


17 






13,799 


1,092,397 


9,058 


20,349 


43,513 


676,502 


171,243 


194,268 


59,524 


167,846 


I'- 




1949... 


12,339 


1,195,284 


15,625 


14,665 


42,410 


403,737 


135,126 


119,473 


44,631 


110,656 


ll 


Poultry and poultry produi 


ITS 1954... 




85,195 


12,971 


60,901 


25,372 


242,909 


27,280 


59,213 


43,884 


214,712 


20 




1949. . . 


48,586 


119,409 


43,421 


91,242 


21, 597 


377,700 


44,728 


102,171 


52,415 


182,118 


21 


Livestock and livestock products. 




77,864 
133,325 


455,624 
737,971 


16,077 
92,863 


101,250 
182,48? 


156,889 
187,513 


934,317 
1,506,740 


159,687 
292,202 


335,046 
418,109 


158,431 
203,047 


564,558 
699,371 


22 




1949... 


,, 


K^res 




12,274 


2,499 
6,159 


7,400 
30,129 


39,684 
66,983 


32,425 
39,748 


39, 590 

76,141 


107 
7,827 


24,965 
30,220 


16,465 
23,840 


34,794 
26,137 


. 




1949... 



KENTUCKY 



101 



SOURCE: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Marshall 


Martin 


Mason 


Meade 


Menl f ee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


'■1. ■,!,■ j;r,rry 


Morgan 


Muhlanl <-•->', 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 




1,653 


919 


1,448 


1,003 


779 


1,823 


2,024 


1,945 


1,295 


2,074 


1,413 


1,647 


1,345 


2,318 




1,668 


1 


1,981 


1,019 


1,530 


1,110 


748 


1,934 


2,212 


2,271 


1,263 


2,210 


2,047 


1,987 


1,399 


2,895 


769 


1,749 


2 


1,356,472 


89,114 


6,276,287 


2,455,653 


974,287 


5,723,000 


3,814,782 


3,114,941 


4,042,794 


2,573,658 


2,747,564 


5,310,585 


3,769,498 


3,360,546 


3,482,344 




3 


1,754,852 


135,404 


6,253,692 


2,585,961 


690,171 


6,428,190 


3,124,169 


2,683,406 


4,367,384 


2,302,909 


2,021,752 


6,568,073 






3,795,381 


4,816,672 


4 


719,887 


35,987 


4,278,154 


1,026,142 


794,011 


3,389,835 


2,814,442 


1,852,879 


2,827,709 


2,267,829 


1,550,736 


2,279,298 


2,684,728 


2,256,764 


1,131,468 


3,614,437 


5 


717,607 


6,310 


3,780,238 


691,550 


476,665 


3,370,122 


1,875,055 


1,172,587 




1,844,652 


864,903 


2,106,355 


2,686,536 


1,152,499 


1,029,000 


3,155,420 


6 


694,065 


31,785 


4,239,091 


1,015,016 


780,778 


3,338,183 


2,805,987 


1,837,738 


2,796,779 


. 


1,523,339 


2,267,744 


2,666,389 


2,210,095 


984,718 


3,601,678 


7 


552,356 


3,987 


3,756,356 


688,626 


475,007 


3,345,043 


1,871,675 


1,165,810 


2,689,950 


1,838,555 


844,223 


2,100,927 


2,666,504 


1,115,300 


863,562 




a 


685 


1,156 


130 


2,277 


2,179 


28,096 


180 


1,735 


3,684 


343 




479 


838 


26,368 


i.4 




' 


1,980 


1,500 


544 


1,046 


107 


211 


585 


2,468 




1,127 


3,332 




100 


9,903 


1,141 


600 


id 


20,137 


3,006 


2,333 


8,499 


11,054 


2,656 


8,275 


13,406 


5,996 


12,195 


14,867 


11,022 


4,601 


19,441 




6,169 




159,044 


623 


588 


1,808 


1,551 


6,043 


2,795 


4,309 


2,622 


4,270 


15,868 


3,821 


3,932 


10,610 


25,597 


947 


l: 


5,000 


40 


36,600 


350 




20,900 






21,250 




2,778 


53 


12,900 


860 


114,680 


5,000 


1 1 


4,227 


200 


22,750 


70 




18,825 






25,000 


700 


1,480 




16,000 


16,686 


116,700 


10,000 


i-. 


618,948 


47,331 


1,996,626 


1,410,333 


162,096 


2,329,632 


972, 552 


1,234,067 


1,212,172 


261,758 


1,182,309 


3,013,795 


1,097,308 


1,075,440 


2,339,632 




13 


998,813 


100,228 


2,472,000 


1,872,890 


191,649 


3,053,442 


1,186,954 


1,630,332 


1,626,741 


416,351 


1,122,626 


4,428,041 


1,513,410 


1,589,260 


2,765,032 




16 


164,275 


2,938 


722,063 


94,229 


23,972 


675,807 


468,617 


405,280 


291,498' 


33,255 


172,238 


737,866 


163,993 


101,831 


1,110,838 


523,581 


17 


174,117 


3,907 


705,214 


151,873 


38,759 


585,330 


318,775 




342,800 


41,135 


122,841 


743,948 




168,755 


1,098,801 


507,969 


1 1 


59,450 


12,734 


179,416 


180,126 


39,931 


127, 578 


71,047 


76,658 


79,580 


42,674 


283,709 


141,881 


58,983 


170, 120 


114,866 


65,838 


19 


118,826 


18,302 


118,727 


185,142 


32,543 


116,060 


150,987 


160,981 


35,775 


70,499 


158,432 


154,881 




280,600 




95,924 




395,223 


31,659 


1,095,147 


1,135,978 


98,193 




432,888 


751,929 


841,094 


205,829 


726,362 


2,134,048 


854,332 


803,489 






l 


705,870 


78,019 


1,648,059 


1,535,875 


120,347 


2,352,052 


717,192 


1,237,180 


1,248,166 


304,717 




3,529,212 




1,139,905 


1,522,101 


1,045,975 




17,637 


5,796 


1,507 


19,178 


18,180 




27,788 


27,995 


2,913 


24,071 


14,519 


17,492 


7,462 


28,342 








38,432 


. ,86' 


1,454 


21,521 


21,657 




62,160 


80,487 


23,071 


41,906 


34,223 


, 


3,018 


37,693 


1 , ).'. • 


11,384 


'., 


Scott 


Shelby 


,1.,., 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


*.™ 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 






Woodford 




1,573 


2,150 


1,439 


966 


1,712 


1,484 




894 


895 


3,145 


1,804 


1,682 




1,699 




877 


1 


1,609 


2,205 


1,524 


1,079 


1,857 


1,622 


, 


943 


908 


3,765 




2,097 


1,480 


2,695 








7,140,173 


10,573,114 


5,367,297 


4,210,855 


4,505,834 


5,827,984 


3,371,290 




5,331,219 


8,041,972 








660,885 


1,091,026 






7,687,174 


9,699,462 




3,700,079 


3,739,961 


4,802,279 


3,257,691 


2,395,435 


5,265,781 


8,700,087 


6,156,856 


2,598,185 




733,683 








5,185,388 


5,693,389 


2,930,293 


2,242,619 


2,648,881 


3,979,540 


2,123,913 


1,780,566 


1,925,023 


3,600,689 


3,500,611 




1,627,681 


310,856 


965,533 




5 


4,986,943 




2,202,450 


1,627,810 


1,870,909 


2,675,966 


1,507,720 


1,549,446 


1,419,975 


3,157,300 


3,182,003 






202,008 


831,834 


4,51 '..II 


6 


5,147,471 


5,673,834 


2,867,000 


2,238,151 


2,642,898 


3,972,303 


2,120,906 


1,630,771 


1,915,315 


3,499,250 




1,615,048 


1,795,501 




951,486 


,339, 




4,950,613 


4,208,572 


2,174,821 


1,626,302 


1,867,059 


2,674,235 


1,504,549 




1,395,822 


2,837,078 


3,179,884 


1,132,145 


1,190,824 






4,558,056 




8,468 


3,110 


6,838 


1,000 


325 


385 


160 


43,054 




11,674 


30 


3,302 


2,882 




120 


90 




4,353 


1,800 


91 


461 


1,499 


215 






523 


16,500 


10 


940 






320 


'•'' 




2,249 


6,420 


56,205 


3,468 


5,658 


6,552 






2,086 


85,845 


5,556 






37,229 




'.i 




1,442 


3,985 


24, 538 


1,047 




1,516 




108,410 


23,630 


261,234 








1 








27,200 


10,025 


250 






300 


11 




7,550 


3,920 








100 








30, 535 


2,600 


3,000 


















890 


8,145 


100 




. 


. 


1,950,954 


4,872,690 


2,427,021 


1,964,794 


1,841,531 


1,836,244 


1,237,157 


629,770 


3,402,919 


4,423,839 




1,020,770 


1,308,039 


328,856 


121,687 


1,825,538 


13 


2,694,386 


5,477,954 


2,533,713 


2,056,118 


1,851,442 


2,092,538 


1,715,278 


833,747 


3,824,285 


5,510,780 


2,967,904 












' 


187,134 


2,908,345 


783,070 


1,295,113 


710,799 


531,047 


91,230 


275,761 


61,981 


1,633,154 


635,303 














249,303 


2,617,851 


617,523 


1,134,219 


464,899 


407,238 


107,843 


273,130 


79,194 










53,628 


16,434 






67,471 




83,954 


60,786 


214,919 


40,503 


47,818 


34,931 




243,035 


147,349 


175,900 


128,807 










71,461 


125,426 


112,108 


60,960 


113,854 


85,881 


72,983 


75,281 


82,269 


265,995 


137,874 




134,812 








20 


1,696,349 


1,848,377 


1,559,997 


608,895 


915,813 


1,264,694 


1,098,109 


319,078 


3,295,545 


2,547,650 




i li 


1,101,387 


205,894 






21 


2,373,622 




1,804,082 


860,939 


1,272,689 


1,599,419 


1,534,452 


485,336 


3,662,822 


3,581,370 






1,218,865 




. 






3,831 


7,035 


9,983 


3,442 




12,200 


10,220 


3,254 


3,277 


17,444 


. 


■ 




M.,173 




7, i r 


. i 


5,845 


. 


10,023 


. 


17,610 


33,775 




12,242 


21,521 


32,007 


1 


33,372 


i 




16,604 




24 



102 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 5.-FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS, BY CLASS OF WORK POWER, 



OFF-FARM WORK 

based on reports for only 



FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS 

Commercial farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Class I number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Class II number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Class III number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Class IV number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Class V number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Class VI number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Other farms number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Part-time number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Residential number 1954. . 

1950. . 
Abnormal number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER 

i tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting 1954... 

i tractor and only 1 horse or 

mule farms reporting 1954... 

ractor and 2 or more horses 

/or mules farms reporting 1954 . . . 

Tractor and horses and/or mules .... farms reporting 1954... 
Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting 1954... 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting 1954 . . . 

1950... 
Electricity farms reporting 1954... 

1950... 

Television set farms reporting 1954 . . . 

Piped running water farms reporting 1954... 

Home freezer farms reporting 1954. . . 

1950... 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting 1954... 

Power feed grinder farms reporting 1954 . . . 

Mi Iking machine farms reporting 1954 . . . 

1950 . . . 
Grain combines farms reporting 1954... 

1950 . . . 
number 1954... 

1950... 
Corn pickers farms reporting 1954. . . 

1950... 
number 1954.. . 

1950... 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting 1954... 

number 1954.. . 
Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and 

earth tanks farms reporting 1954... 

number 1954 . . . 

Motortrucks farms reporting 1954 . . . 

1950... 

number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

Tractors farms reporting 1954 . . . 

1950... 
number 1954 . . . 
1950 . . . 
Wheel tractors other than 

garden farms reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

Garden tractors farms reporting 1954 . . . 

1950... 

number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

Crawler tractors farms reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954 

1950. . . 

Automobiles farms reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

OFF- FARM WORK AND OTHER INCOME 

With other income of family exceeding value 

of farm products sold operators reporting 1954 . . . 

1949... 
Working off their farms, 

total operators reporting 1954... 

1949... 

100 or more days operators reporting 1954 . . . 

1949 . . . 



193,456 


2,741 


218,476 


3,067 


122,789 


2,041 


134,586 


2,236 


839 




969 




4,687 




4,835 




14,815 


80 


13,176 


72 


32,438 


440 


28,747 


262 


40,763 


831 


43,788 


715 


29,247 


665 


43,071 


1,187 


70,667 


700 


83,890 


831 


24,492 


345 


25,778 


408 



60,778 

23,959 

39,413 
41,382 
27,924 



173,483 
145,246 
45,926 
54,872 

30,278 
12,165 
1,633 
14, 339 
9,092 
7,137 
8,716 
6,622 



4,853 
10, 597 
4,980 

11,242 
5,827 

11,334 
5,979 
1,891 

1,937 

61,827 
142,465 
62,328 
49,799 
68,013 
55,032 
71,327 
49,351 
88,633 
59, 193 

69,041 
47, 116 
82,843 
55,543 
4,654 
2,573 
4,787 
2,675 



105, 260 
102, 938 
122, 152 
119,881 



1,426 
1,297 
1,526 
1,377 



1,216 
1,168 
1,279 
1,295 



1,581 
1,424 
1,817 
1,540 

1,561 
1,384 
1,777 
1,485 



2,406 
2,733 
2,805 
3,202 



KENTUCKY 

AND OTHER INCOME, AND FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



103 



a sample of farms. See tej 


t] 


























Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


BreatUU 


Breckinridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwel 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 




1,517 




1,146 


1,315 


2,066 


2,004 


845 


1,598 


1,206 


2,393 


895 


820 


776 


2,078 


1 


- 


686 


1,171 


1,364 


2,738 


2,338 


1,062 


1,910 


1,295 


2,746 


1,058 


989 


833 


2,111 


2 


1,407 


.-■. 


926 


1,170 


506 


1,729 


555 


903 


771 


1,528 


445 


50C 


701 


932 


3 


1,263 

61 


196 


981 

2 


1,221 


528 


1,884 

7 


629 


1,072 

1 


926 


1,876 


582 

5 


762 


718 


1,003 


4 
5 


83 




43 






1 






1 


5 




1 


2 




6 


240 


5 


36 


25 




42 


40 


16 


31 


35 


10 


25 


11 


10 


7 


249 


13 


70 


19 




61 


- 


7 


23 


10 


9 


18 


11 


4 


8 


426 


56 


155 


235 


; 


160 


75 


71 


90 


107 


40 


40 


80 


25 


9 


369 


54 


151 


164 


4 


135 


104 


42 


86 


95 


93 


32 


84 


32 


1 


385 


; 


315 


470 


10 


483 


175 


140 


145 


386 


150 


115 


180 


156 


11 


324 


49 


291 


479 


14 


B6 


1,2 


133 


222 


286 


198 


200 


245 


133 


12 


170 


y. 


270 


305 


137 


■ 


165 


315 


295 


620 


150 


165 


280 


371 


13 


L48 


31 


301 


399 


134 


594 


170 


303 


243 


788 


160 


318 


240 


345 


14 


125 


35 


130 


135 


358 


330 


90 


360 


210 


380 


90 


155 


150 


370 


15 


' 


49 


125 


160 


372 


707 


203 


'-- 


351 


692 


122 


193 


136 


489 


16 


110 


445 


220 


145 


1,560 


275 


290 


695 


435 


865 


450 


320 


75 


1,146 


17 


247 


490 




143 


2,210 


454 


433 


838 


369 


870 


476 


227 


115 


1,108 


18 


55 


125 


-<■- 


65 


320 


140 


155 


265 


150 


325 


180 


175 


30 


445 


19 


95 


97 


72 


52 


269 


234 


207 


268 


107 


364 


199 


145 


71 


324 


20 


55 




80 


80 


1,240 


135 


135 


430 


285 


540 


270 


145 


45 


701 


23 










1,936 
5 


220 


226 


570 


262 


506 


277 


82 


'44 


784 


22 

24 


:■ 


255 


435 


. ■' 


545 


550 






335 


625 


205 


205 


215 


666 


25 




■ 


60 


40 


1,082 


140 


65 


100 


70 


200 


75 


50 


20 


426 


26 


131 


115 


165 


420 


393 


386 


135 


280 


235 


340 


220 


150 


155 


645 


27 


362 


116 


311 


430 






270 


- 




733 


230 


305 


236 


211 


28 


624 


35 


175 




25 




160 


. 




495 


165 


110 


150 


130 


29 


942 




531 


515 


70 




295 


175 


606 


691 


705 


275 


291 


171 


30 


750 


80 


441 


385 


36 


451 


300 


236 


517 


940 


750 


399 


244 


61 


31 


1,462 


631 


1,126 


1,235 


1,725 


1,733 


780 


1,203 


1,041 


2,238 


855 


770 


696 




12 


1,251 


625 


942 


. 


1,088 


1,130 


881 


402 


682 


2,005 


975 


590 


594 


1,436 


n 


682 


346 


352 


715 


111 


555 




172 


155 


320 


610 


115 


356 


676 


i.; 


772 


386 




385 


173 


345 


360 


146 


361 


932 


490 


315 


186 


556 


35 


523 


151 


223 




103 


314 


340 


126 


91 


340 


395 


150 


111 


255 


36 


212 


45 


86 




161 


66 


90 


25 


82 


80 


145 


10 


47 


70 


I'- 


10 


10 


15 


15 


5 


5 


10 


10 


5 


5 


5 


5 




10 


ll! 


354 


61 


139 


80 




320 


180 


97 


131 


46 


125 


65 


'el 


55 


39 


41 


85 


56 


210 


2 




125 


20 


50 


135 


160 


65 


76 


25 


40 


39 


65 


30 


90 




30 


100 




61 


75 


150 


25 


58 


25 


41 


174 


10 


69 


25 




137 


80 


98 


46 


130 


25 


55 


15 




42 


126 


10 


52 


20 




98 


45 


■ 


52 


75 


10 


20 


17 


10 


43 


194 


I 


69 


25 




146 


80 


100 


51 


130 


25 


55 


15 




44 


142 


10 


57 


20 




108 


45 


66 


54 


85 


10 


20 


17 


10 


..'. 


149 


LI 


70 


25 




139 


100 


118 


95 


210 


15 


115 


61 


10 


O 


72 


15 


53 


20 




56 


55 


42 




40 


10 


21 


43 




•'.',' 


154 


' 


72 


25 




JJ9 


100 


119 


95 


210 


15 


115 


62 


'16 


IS 


73 


LS 


53 


20 




56 


55 


42 


42 


40 


10 


21 


44 




49 


255 


30 


165 


81 






80 






55 


45 


40 


66 


36 


50 


116 


5 


89 


. 




128 


85 


32 




30 


5 


11 


18 


15 


'■1 


259 


30 


166 


85 




196 


80 


77 




55 


45 


40 


66 


36 


52 


123 


5 


95 


20 




128 


85 


32 


66 


30 




11 


18 


15 


53 


79 


10 


24 


10 




6 


30 


6 


16 


36 






21 




54 


85 


10 


24 


10 




7 


30 


6 


16 


36 






21 




'■'■ 


690 


46 


440 


895 


6 


936 


335 


822 


451 


1,243 


400 


635 


355 


1 11 


■". 


2,790 


57 


1,053 


1,820 


6 


2,641 


745 


1,605 


1,136 


2,294 


615 


1,855 


810 


151 




787 


325 


421 


370 


324 


582 


375 


558 


476 


673 


295 


290 


281 


701 


■ 


597 


175 


329 


285 


262 


425 


431 


378 


327 


485 


350 


208 


193 


411 


• 


1,044 


350 


486 


405 


352 


617 


410 


559 


487 


683 


335 


310 


323 


746 


• J 




195 


383 


290 


292 


466 


486 


403 


333 


510 


370 


208 


216 


416 


61 




246 


486 


565 


52 


928 


440 


718 


571 


1,258 


420 


415 


396 


356 


i 


634 


100 


309 


305 


10 


780 


381 


545 


442 


885 


395 


243 


193 


166 


63 




266 


657 


645 


52 


1,182 


605 


849 


678 


1,314 


495 


460 


484 


372 


64 




100 


442 


350 


10 


895 


466 


618 


582 


910 


470 


249 


221 


168 




986 


201 


486 


555 


46 


928 


430 


708 


566 


1,218 


385 


415 


386 


331 






90 


289 


305 


10 


775 


361 


535 


417 


870 


375 


243 


188 


141 






211 


626 


615 


46 


1,156 


560 


824 


648 


1,264 


430 


460 


473 


347 






90 


397 


350 


10 


879 


416 


606 


537 


885 


435 


249 


215 


142 






55 


30 


20 


6 


20 


40 


25 


25 


40 


45 




11 


15 


70 


35 


5 


30 






5 


50 


5 


25 


15 


35 




6 


20 


71 




55 


30 


20 


6 


20 


40 


25 


25 


40 


45 




11 


15 


72 




5 


35 

1 


10 




5 
6 


50 
5 


5 


30 
5 


15 
10 


35 

20 




6 


20 
10 


73 


" 


5 


10 

1 


10 




11 
6 




7 


L5 
5 


10 
10 


20 






6 

10 


v. 


37 


5 


10 






11 




7 


15 


10 








6 


77 


1,297 


396 


836 


1,060 


222 


1,059 


500 


653 


631 


1,603 


735 


500 


451 


676 


:■«■ 


1,204 


330 


804 


1,095 


147 


1,234 


675 


642 


597 


1,585 


835 


483 


564 


536 


:■■• 




447 


1,184 


1,195 


239 


1,177 


600 


703 


716 


1,689 


905 


525 


503 


721 


in 


1,735 


385 


1,031 


1,270 


152 


1,708 


810 


687 


669 


1,675 


1,040 


528 


731 


586 


3] 




256 


217 


95 


923 


188 


230 


580 


275 


695 


465 


305 


70 


880 


82 


265 


389 


140 


112 


1,366 


368 


440 


589 


217 


760 


394 


207 


111 


844 


" : i 




391 


430 


390 


941 


439 


320 


616 


491 


1,076 


470 


340 


265 


871 


U 




399 


289 


292 


1,265 


558 


444 


659 


300 


934 


455 


293 


299 


865 


85 




346 


235 


SO 


451 


262 


210 


410 


301 


581 


390 


180 


115 


646 


86 


294 


353 


162 


89 


680 


280 


344 


369 


179 


527 


382 


161 


117 


669 


87 



104 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 5 — 



FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS, BY CLASS OF WORK POWER , OFF-FARM WORK 

[Data are based on reports for only 



Estimated number of farms. 



FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS 

Commercial farms number 1954 . . 

1950... 
Class I number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Class II number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Class III number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Class IV number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Class ^ number 1954. . 

1950. . 
Class VI number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Other farms number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Part-time number 1954. . 

1950.. 
Residential number 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Abnormal number 1954. . 

1950.. 

FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting 1954.. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or 

mule farms reporting 1954 . . 

and 2 or more horses 

mules farms reporting 1954.. 

Tractor and horses and/or mules .... farms reporting 1954.. 
Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting 1954.. 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting 1954.. 

1950. . 
Electricity farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

Television set farms reporting 1954 . . 

Piped running water farms reporting 1954 . . 

Home freezer farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting 1954.. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting 1954 . . 

Milking machine farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

Grain combines farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950. . 

pickers farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

-up hay balers farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting 1954.. 

number 1954 . . 
Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and 

earth tanks farms reporting 1954 . . 

number 1954. . 

Motortrucks farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Tractors farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 
number 1954 . . 
1950 . . 
Wheel tractors other than 

garden farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Garden tractors farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Automobiles farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

OFF-FARM WORK AND OTHER INCOME 
ra operators— 
With other income of family exceeding value 

of farm products sold operators reporting 1954.. 

1949 . . 
Working off their farms, 

total operators reporting 1954 . , 

1949.. 

100 or more days operators reporting 1954.. 

1949., 



1,402 
1,040 
1,552 
1,070 



969 
967 
1,172 
1,058 
1,394 
1,269 
2,049 
1,622 

1,374 
1,234 
1,950 
1,538 



1,458 
1,572 
2,085 
1,891 



1,073 
1,078 
1,407 

1,279 



2,522 
685 

1,187 



731 
1,404 
1,203 
1,193 
1,327 
1,270 
1,618 
1,258 
2,273 
1,509 



1,783 
1,837 
2,173 
2,254 



KENTUCKY 

AND OTHER INCOME, AND FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



105 



a sample 


of 


farms. See text] 


























Elliott 


Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 




1,00 


) 1,392 


1,346 


1,992 


2,697 


1,226 


939 


505 


1,760 


1,620 


3,755 


2,342 


1,930 


1,488 




. 


> 1,553 


1,413 


2,058 


2,994 


1,359 


1,022 


559 


1,941 


1,642 


4,067 


2,733 


2,394 


1,571 


2 


71 


692 


1,156 


1,677 


137 


991 


744 


425 


1,480 


1,300 


2,240 


1,537 


1,675 


662 


3 


73 


658 


1,159 
69 
85 


1,759 


118 


994 
2 


568 

25 
23 


459 


1,691 

3 
2 


1,374 
5 
5 


2,724 
5 

11 


1,799 

11 

1 


1,871 

10 


739 
5 
2 


4 
5 
6 






201 


46 




81 


81 


5 


56 


40 


30 


16 




15 


7 






257 


52 




71 


146 


5 


82 


18 


43 


25 


10 


6 


8 


2 


3 10 


301 


320 




150 


157 


55 


191 


170 


175 


65 


130 


41 


9 




19 


303 


206 


9 


157 


199 


57 


2C 1 


202 


133 


34 


44 


10 


10 


41 


) 107 


295 


636 


6 


310 


236 


185 


630 


510 


530 


280 


540 


120 




5 


i 44 


251 


546 




281 


171 


119 


633 


427 


638 


189 


347 


113 


12 


36 


J 195 


205 


420 


31 


365 


170 


155 


395 


390 


830 


• 10 


640 


256 


1 « 


2ff 


7 209 


1 


506 


32 


340 


227 


181 


509 


474 


962 


605 


842 


326 


i.; 


29 


) 380 


85 


255 


100 


85 


75 


25 


205 


185 


670 


475 


310 


225 


15 


39 


386 


87 


449 


73 


143 


102 


93 


264 


248 


937 


945 




282 


li 


29 


700 


190 


315 


2,560 


235 


195 


80 


280 


320 


1,515 


805 


255 


826 


L7 


40 


895 


254 


299 


2,876 


365 


154 


100 


250 


268 


1,343 


934 


523 


832 


18 


7 


215 


80 


16: 


220 


120 


95 


70 


125 


135 


585 


435 


80 


355 


1 1 


19( 


) 245 


142 


138 


273 


185 


63 


83 


110 


128 


590 


350 


253 


192 


20 


22 


) 485 


95 


150 


2,340 


110 


100 


10 


155 


185 


930 


370 


175 


471 


21 


21 


> 650 


98 

14 


161 


2,603 


175 

5 
5 


91 




140 


140 


743 
10 


584 


270 


640 


... 


3CX 


615 


405 


616 


1,235 


340 


425 


75 


735 


415 


1,045 


550 


485 


545 


25 


18 


230 


65 




1,100 


100 


30 


15 


70 


75 


255 


245 


80 


270 


26 


47 


385 


110 


330 


296 


310 


50 


185 


475 


525 


570 


BOO 


545 


336 


27 


4 


97 


324 


391 


36 


316 


212 


175 


334 


460 


. 


497 


520 


227 


28 




65 


442 


500 


30 


160 


222 


55 


146 


145 


710 


250 


300 


110 


29 


10 


180 


874 


571 


151 


711 


348 


305 


510 


1,075 


1,385 


487 


85 


112 


Jl 


3 


165 


850 


402 


115 


564 


336 


260 


435 


1,040 


1,206 


612 


146 


76 


il 


87 


) 1,057 


1,301 


1,782 


2,487 


. 


919 


495 


1,645 


1,535 


3,550 


1,922 


1,670 


1,328 


12 


42 


) 651 


1,302 


1,453 


2,265 


1,149 


841 




1,665 


1,300 


3,192 


992 


1,576 


1,164 


33 


24 


70 


538 


541 


567 


496 


160 


275 


258 


850 


415 


397 


295 


572 


•■• 


13 


) 185 


834 


407 


651 


516 




110 


570 


390 


1,560 


292 


230 


362 


15 


9 


56 


395 


290 


412 




237 


105 


424 


410 


750 


317 


160 


• 


II 


4 


30 


269 


25 


325 


102 


88 


25 


166 


135 


226 


77 


50 


97 


17 




5 


10 


25 




20 


32 




35 


5 


40 


6 


25 


15 


IS 




27 


210 


151 


35 


96 


87 


70 


150 


185 


60 


187 


85 


82 


r. 




15 ' 


96 


120 




55 


55 


35 


36 


230 


275 


21 


60 


15 


-. 


1 


) 5 


107 


110 




35 


60 


50 


40 




116 


16 


25 


20 


41 






94 


30 




56 


225 


5 


42 


15 




82 


35 


36 


,.' 








106 


30 




28 


228 


5 


56 




161 


36 


30 


26 


,1 








98 


30 




56 


266 


5 


44 


15 


175 


82 


35 


38 


4.; 








118 


30 




28 


272 


5 


56 






36 


30 


26 


45 






10 


105 


81 


1 


76 


165 


25 


77 


20 


285 


92 


65 


41 


... 








78 


10 




17 


119 


15 


42 


15 




16 


25 


20 


47 






10 


108 


81 


1 


76 


168 


25 


77 


20 


285 


92 


65 


43 


t& 






79 


10 




18 


129 


15 


42 




45 


16 


25 


20 


49 


1 


21 


136 


196 






46 


25 


98 


95 


130 


76 


140 


21 


50 




10 


157 


5'. 




33 


71 


15 


78 


35 


96 


27 


75 


21 


5] 


1 


21 


150 


197 




116 


48 


25 


90 


95 


130 


77 


140 


22 


52 




- 


160 


51 




33 


71 


15 


78 


50 


96 


27 


75 


21 


53 






63 


5 




26 


17 




12 


10 


40 


6 


20 


5 


54 






66 


5 




26 


17 




1J 


10 


40 


6 


20 


5 


55 


4 


146 


547 


1,042 


6 


626 


186 


320 


980 


1,060 


1,760 


837 


665 


162 


56 


5 


300 


1,534 


2,217 




1,483 


470 


610 


2,980 


2,820 


4,000 


1,581 


1,205 


237 


57 


30< 


426 


796 


716 


707 


441 


389 


175 


565 


425 


955 


677 


565 


642 


58 


18 


) 326 


770 


442 


425 


359 


370 


125 


566 


310 


952 


512 


466 


544 


59 


30 


481 


1,193 


803 


708 


533 


473 


180 


644 


460 


1,020 


696 


585 


659 


60 


19 


361 


1,115 


463 


435 


406 


459 


125 


607 


340 


1,002 


524 


491 


594 


(.1 


6 


167 


796 


911 


86 


481 


434 


230 


490 


610 


1,935 


757 


>'. JO 


367 


.,.' 


5 


116 


696 


432 


35 


294 


481 


115 


461 


345 


1,251 


507 




269 


63 


6 


178 


1,255 


1,077 


92 


674 


729 


260 


618 


710 


2,090 


855 


895 


410 


64 


5 


126 


1,002 


458 


35 


349 


724 


140 






1,362 


621 


666 


319 




4 


152 


766 


891 


66 


476 


434 


225 


480 


600 


1,875 


747 


820 


337 


... 


3 


101 


634 


427 


35 


294 


455 


110 


451 


340 


1,231 


492 


596 


239 


67 


4 


158 


1,109 


1,002 


67 


649 


692 


250 


604 


670 


2,000 


805 


880 


367 


68 


3 


111 


858 


448 


35 


334 


688 


130 


510 


425 


1,332 


595 


651 


278 


69 


1 


5 


121 


65 


25 


10 


30 


5 


11 


20 


65 


30 


15 


36 


70 




10 


109 


10 




15 


30 


10 


10 


10 


25 


11 


5 


35 


71 


1 


5 


143 


65 


25 


15 


30 


5 


11 


20 


65 


30 


15 


38 


72 




10 


136 


10 




15 


30 


10 


10 


10 


25 




5 


35 


73 




15 


3 


10 




10 


7 




2 


20 


25 


15 




5 


74 


1 


5 5 
15 


8 

J 


10 




10 


'. 


5 


11 
3 


10 
20 


5 
25 


15 
20 


10 


2 
5 


75 
76 


1 


5 


8 








6 




11 


10 


5 


15 


10 


6 


77 


32 


382 


1,085 


1,316 


812 


. 


610 




1,255 


1,160 


2,630 


897 


1.140 


727 


78 


23 


) 416 


1,164 


1,157. 


505 


1,014 


513 


395 


1,385 


1,200 


2,377 


947 


1,275 


604 


■-' 


32 


403 


2,078 


1,446 


852 


979 


741 


385 


1,363 


1,330 


2,790 


960 


1,240 


793 


80 


24 


446 


1,966 


1,233 


520 


1,187 


651 


... 


1,530 




2,622 


999 


1,465 


658 


8] 


19 




258 


286 


2,242 


265 


156 


- 


210 


295 


1,140 


555 


255 


591 


82 


361 


629 


271 


147 


2,187 


399 


151 


145 


201 


l 79 


1,217 


604 


444 


672 


83 


261 


) 606 


505 


746 


1,801 


480 


376 




643 


585 


1,535 


805 


530 


797 


34 


3CC 


> 696 


441 


580 


1,928 


449 


383 


119 


525 


364 


1,051 


726 


580 


' 


85 


17 


356 


271 


266 


1,306 


285 


190 


135 


182 


260 


L,145 


455 


185 


532 


it 


19 


465 


326 


215 


1,405 


276 


141 


48 


201 


192 


706 


435 


254 


542 


87 



106 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 5.-FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS, BY CLASS OF WORK POWER, OFF-FARM WORK 



Q ii 



reports for only 



imated number of farms 1954 . 

1950. 

FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS 
Commercial farms number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class I number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class II number 1954. 

1950. 
Class III number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class IV number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class V number 1954. 

1950. 
Class VI number 1954. 

1950. 

Other farms number 1954 . 

1950. 
Part-time number 1954. 

1950. 
Residential number 1954 . 

1950. 
Abnormal number 1954 . 

1950. 

FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting 1954. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or 

mule farms reporting 1954. 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting 1954 . 

Tractor and horses and/or mules. .. .farms reporting 1954. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting 1954. 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 
Telephone farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Electricity farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

Television set farms reporting 1954 . 

Piped running water farms reporting 1954. 

Home freezer farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting 1954. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting 1954 . 

Milking machine farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

in combines farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Corn pickers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954 . 
Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and 

earth tanks farms reporting 1954 . 

number 1954 . 

Motortrucks farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Tractors farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 
number 1954 . 
1950. 
Wheel tractors other than 

garden farms reporting 1954 , 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Garden tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Automobiles farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



OFF-FARM WORK AND OTHER INCOME 



»f" 



With other income of family exceeding value 

of farm products sold operators reporting 1954. 

L949. 
Working off their farms, 

total operators reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

100 or more days operators reporting 1954. 

1949. 



2,043 

1,040 



1,501 
1,769 
1,682 



1,527 
1,530 
1,834 

, 



•■•■•' 
1,841 
1,991 



1,128 
1,137 
1,332 



1,251 
1,149 
1,532 

1,351 



KENTUCKY 



107 



AND OTHER INCOME, AND FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 

a sample of farms. See text] 



Jefferson 


Jessa-ine 


Joto son 


Kenton 


Knott 


Knox 


Larue 


Laurel 


1 awrence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Lewis 


Lincoln 


Livingston 




1,834 


1,175 


1,481 


1,215 


1,821 


2,350 


1,357 


2,925 


1,620 


796 


986 


1,636 


1,602 


. 


912 


1 


2,673 


1,089 


1,801 


1,186 


1,683 


2,763 


1,515 


3,178 


1,883 


1,108 


1,441 


1,722 


1,768 


2,559 


1,072 




739 


960 


330 


525 


60 


484 


1,012 


1,345 


530 


281 


56 


51 


1,122 


1,542 


427 


3 


1,133 


989 


305 


610 


104 


474 


1,160 


1,320 


614 


252 


65 


49 


1,276 


1,831 


682 


4 


33 


3 




5 






5 




1 








1 


11 


1 


5 


37 


19 










6 


5 












1 


1 


6 


91 


66 


5 


15 




21 


56 


20 


7 








10 


85 


22 


- 


152 


113 




29 






31 




8 








12 


79 


31 


3 


135 


251 


5 


85 






116 


5 


26 








118 


205 


51 


■ 


211 


172 


4 


94 


- 


5 


104 


41 


26 








66 


179 


74 


1C 


170 


300 


10 


175 




36 


270 


130 


70 


16 




5 


354 


425 


117 


11 


268 


341 


18 


176 




29 


250 


115 


94 


9 


11 


6 


279 


381 


143 


L2 


235 


205 


95 


170 


5 


130 


395 


455 


166 


50 


10 


10 


423 


531 


76 


13 


259 


221 


94 


225 


17 


98 


421 


453 


167 


78 


11 


14 


463 


663 


221 


14 


75 


135 


215 


75 


55 


296 


170 


735 


310 


215 


41 


36 


216 


285 


160 


15 


206 


123 


189 


36 


83 


342 


338 


701 


319 


164 


43 


29 


456 


528 


212 


H 


1,095 


215 


1,151 


690 


1,761 


1,866 


345 


1,580 


1,040 


515 


iX 


1,585 


430 


620 


485 


17 


1,540 


100 


1,496 


576 


1,579 


2,289 


355 


1,858 


1,269 


856 


1,376 


1,673 


492 


728 


390 


18 


■415 


110 


231 


285 


101 


415 


160 


680 


230 


155 


100 


95 


245 


285 


210 


19 


437 


56 


242 


236 


168 


342 


169 


677 


286 


157 


132 


119 


209 


328 


128 


.0 


670 


95 


920 


395 


1,660 


1,451 


185 


900 


810 


360 


830 


1,490 


235 


335 


275 


2] 


1,093 


44 


1,254 


340 


. 


1,947 


186 


1,181 


933 


699 


.,;-_ 


1,554 


278 


395 


262 


22 


10 


.; 




10 
























23 


10 
























5 


5 




24 


600 


325 


620 


445 


830 


930 


350 


1,165 


630 


300 


420 


760 


430 


795 


235 


25 


105 


70 


465 


75 


880 


645 


70 


475 


435 


225 


48: 


715 


200 


165 


75 


26 




210 


370 


130 


101 


597 


175 




416 


240 


76 


126 


367 


355 


205 


27 


434 


290 


20 


270 




122 


352 


333 




25 




10 


329 


476 


272 


28 


525 


280 


6 


295 




56 


410 


300 




6 


5 


25 


276 


■ 


125 


29 


1,503 


369 


111 




X 


172 


396 


535 




11 


20 


95 




456 


1.3- 


10 


1,836 


245 


201 


840 


20 


78 




245 






15 


45 


156 


414 


132 


31 


1,803 


1,105 


1,356 


1,170 


1,716 


1,979 


1,267 


2,605 


1,435 




796 


1,572 


1,320 


1,981 


822 


12 


2,441 


881 


1,441 


1,110 


1,225 


1,568 


1,012 


2,001 


1,329 


406 


480 


1,456 


956 


1,895 


535 




1,423 


291 


406 


920 


85 


71 


522 


155 


653 


25 


30 


90 


441 


276 


70 


34 


1,303 


529 


281 


645 


206 


398 


512 


750 


333 


66 


95 


350 


290 


666 


213 




853 


187 


70 


500 


150 


116 


277 


130 


106 


41 


90 


221 


115 


351 


111 


36 


474 


102 


115 


215 


'■ 


146 


67 


95 


40 


15 


75 


200 


33 


116 


36 


37 


17 


5 




25 




20 


5 




15 


1 




5 




25 


10 


)8 


333 


92 


15 


140 






262 


60 


97 


10 




20 


155 


226 


114 


39 


246 


46 


20 


165 




50 


60 




70 






15 


52 


115 


11 


411 


260 


35 


10 






20 


25 


40 


55 








56 


75 


15 


41 


158 


43 




5 






66 


25 










12 


86 


39 


42 


12* 


38 




5 






81 












lb 


71 


30 


43 


171 


44 




5 






71 


25 










12 


86 


39 


44 


131 


38 




5 






81 


20 










16 


71 


30 


45 


108 


69 










136 






5 






31 


76 


105 


46 


34 


26 




10 


















21 


21 


48 


47 


108 


72 




15 






186 












31 


76 


105 


48 


85 


26 




10 






91 




io 








21 


21 


48 


49 


153 


107 




70 




32 


136 


55 


6 








1 50 


211 


80 


50 


121 


42 


10 


25 






80 


10 


1 


1 






43 


97 


58 


51 


154 


108 




70 




33 


136 


55 


6 








150 


211 


80 


52 


126 


42 


10 


25 






80 


10 


3 








43 


112 


58 


51 


87 


16 




10 






10 


10 












31 


17 


■•'. 


87 


16 




10 






10 


10 








5 




31 


17 


5 5 


707 


618 


10 


655 




112 


512 


635 


16 






20 


452 


911 


455 


56 


1,181 


1,685 


20 


1,245 




135 


1,098 


750 


16 






20 


937 


2,058 


. 


57 


813 


548 


275 


350 


566 


627 


411 


895 


455 




221 


367 


600 


721 


281 


58 


1,066 


421 


215 


315 


230 


407 


256 


676 


363 




145 


245 


489 


682 


195 


59 


1,046 


659 


285 


410 


597 


642 


421 


910 


482 




232 


382 


628 


782 


288 


60 


1,405 


500 


250 


370 


270 


418 


266 


731 


390 


145 


145 


275 


512 


739 


207 


61 


1,159 


610 


41 


660 






777 


710 


149 


31 


10 


40 


620 


862 


427 


62 


1,132 


286 


20 


405 




87 


537 


205 


78 






36 


312 


633 


351 


63 


1,765 


819 


51 


895 




200 


982 


805 


151 






40 


725 


1,135 


532 


.4 


1,531 


352 


20 


485 


5 


93 


639 


2X 


80 


7 




36 


329 


705 


411 


,.: 


959 


565 


26 


555 


5 


178 


762 


615 


139 


26 


5 


35 


600 


847 


397 


•<■ 


851 


276 


15 


355 




72 


522 


185 


58 


6 




26 


296 


588 


341 


67 


1,301 


739 


31 


645 




185 


901 


630 








35 


670 


1,055 


502 


68 


1,142 


342 


15 


395 




78 


604 


200 


59 


7 




26 


313 


649 


396 


,.-< 


388 


70 


20 


225 


5 


15 


76 


160 


10 








46 


60 


30 


70 


345 


10 




80 


5 


15 


35 


30 


15 






10 


15 


31 


10 


7] 


434 


70 


20 


235 


5 


15 


76 


160 


10 








46 


60 


30 


72 


367 


10 




90 




15 


35 


30 


15 






10 




31 


10 


7 1 


25 


10 




15 


5 




5 


15 
















74 


22 


























. 


5 


7 5 


33 


10 




15 


5 




5 






5 








20 




71 


22 
























1 


25 


5 


77 


1,439 


869 


251 


980 


385 


618 


897 


970 


536 


100 


205 


3e5 


856 


1,276 


542 


78 


1,883 


740 


346 


900 


205 


432 


877 


366 


286 


226 


80 


350 


688 


1,269 


506 


79 


2,178 


1,123 


271 


1,240 


405 


656 


1,015 


1,025 


551 


100 


215 


395 


907 


1,503 


608 


80 


2,681 


941 


361 


1,090 


225 


493 


966 


926 


t '.s: 


226 


85 


370 


750 


1,444 


560 


81 


900 


165 


796 


595 


1,431 


1,076 


165 


•. 


751 


331 


500 


1,305 


427 


495 


386 


82 


1,320 


62 


1,104 


521 


1,076 


1,706 


311 


1,520 


970 


688 


1,181 


1,154 


396 


560 


334 


83 


966 


391 


630 


755 


1,231 


1,029 


430 


1,145 


771 


306 


606 


1,100 


687 


785 


438 


34 


1,448 


224 


1,002 


557 


1,018 


1,496 


461 


1,493 


783 


538 


887 


1,026 


543 


' 


383 


85 


865 


156 


320 


620 


731 


586 


185 


680 


476 


171 


435 


752 


316 


425 


348 


1h 


1,291 


123 


624 


477 


629 


888 


244 


1,006 


535 


373 


668 


753 


318 


490 




87 



108 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 5.-FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS, BY CLASS OF WORK POWER , OFF-FARM WORK 



D» 



reports for only 



ima ted number of farms 1954 . 

1950. 

FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS 
Commercial farms number 1954. 

1950. 
Class I number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class II number 1954. 

1950. 
Class III number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class rv number 1954. 

1950. 
Class V number 1954. 

1950. 
Class VI number 1954 . 

1950. 

Other farms number 1954. 

1950. 
Part-time number 1954. 

1950. 
Residential number 1954 . 

1950. 
Abnormal number 1954. 

1950. 

FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER 

tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting 1954. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or 

mule farms reporting 1954 . 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

and/or mules farms reporting 1954 . 

Tractor and horses and/or mules .... farms reporting 1954. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting 1954. 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 
Telephone farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 
Electricity farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

Television set farms reporting 1954. 

Piped running water farms reporting 1954. 

Home freezer farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting 1954. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting 1954. 

Milking machine farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

!n combines farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950., 

Corn pickers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950 . 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting 1954. 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting 1954.. 

number 1954 . . 
Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and 

rth tanks farms reporting 1954 . . 

number 1954. 

Motortrucks farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

number 1954 . , 

1950., 

Tractors farms reporting 1954.. 

1950., 
number 1954 . . 
1950., 
Wheel tractors other than 

garden farms reporting 1954. 

1950., 

number 1954 . , 

1950.. 

Garden tractors farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950.. 

number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Automobiles farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954 . , 

1950.. 



OFF-FARM WORK AND OTHER INCOME 



,.,.,r 



With other income of family exceeding value 

of farm products sold operators reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Working off their farms, 

total operators reporting 1954 . 

1 '■■'•. 
100 or more days operators repor I 



l,5fi 
1,349 
2,019 

1,546 

1,314 
1,933 
1,663 



2,843 
1,184 



.. 'it 
1,610 
2,348 

.. '1 



1,269 
1,307 
1,541 

1,478 



1,125 

1,175 
1,175 
1,240 



KENTUCKY 

AND OTHER INCOME, AND FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



109 



sample of farms. See text] 



rtason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


'■' :.: e 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 




1,432 


1,031 


780 


1,910 


1,967 


1,986 


. 


2,174 


1,434 


1,530 


1,296 


2,359 


604 




1,016 


1 


1,530 


1,110 


748 


1,934 


2,212 


2,271 


1,283 


2,210 


2,047 


1,987 


1,399 


2,895 


769 


1,749 


1,333 


2 


1,312 


786 


510 


1,689 


1,557 


1,631 


1,032 


1,548 


914 


1,100 


1,101 


1,368 


449 


1,479 


630 


3 


1,3?3 


779 


434 


1,614 


1,754 


1,551 


1,056 


1,433 


926 


1,438 


1,224 


1,594 


577 


1,611 


622 


4 


5 


t 




11 


1 




10 




17 


13 




1 


27 


1 




5 














9 




6 


29 


2 




31 






6 


142 


3C 




68 


11 


13 


65 




13 


77 


20 


32 


107 


20 




7 


97 


26 




1C3 


5 


9 


61 


5 


16 


113 


40 


9 


101 


27 




S 


365 


125 


5 


290 


45 


51 


216 


50 


104 


214 


161 


95 


LCD 


251 


5 


9 


344 


80 


5 


226 


40 


63 


158 


29 


s; 


264 


206 


62 




171 




10 


450 


195 


100 


485 


450 


326 


345 


231 


215 


300 


470 


285 


100 


652 


45 


11 




185 


23 


529 


270 


240 


307 


122 


118 


347 


348 


188 


127 


630 


1- 


12 


■ 


235 


240 


480 




63c 


266 


631 


290 


301 


290 


525 


60 


385 


290 


13 


374 


- 


152 


456 


692 


506 


308 


538 


335 


338 


397 


469 


103 


571 


143 


14 


■"■ 


195 


165 


355 


-3 


605 


130 


636 


275 


195 


160 


430 


55 


170 


340 


15 


85 


214 


254 


276 


747 


733 


213 


739 


« : 


342 


231 


862 


93 


012 


461 


16 


120 


245 


' 


221 


43 


355 


290 


626 




430 


195 


■ 13 


155 


220 


336 


17 


157 


331 


314 


320 


458 


720 


227 


777 


-,121 


549 


175 


1,301 


192 


138 


711 


18 


75 


165 


120 


115 


170 




150 


326 


225 


180 


85 


540 


90 


110 


180 


19 


73 


136 


169 


184 


187 




114 


292 


386 


228 


49 


492 


73 


73 


335 


00 


45 


80 


150 


105 


240 


130 


140 


300 


295 


245 


110 


- . 


60 


110 


156 


21 


78 


■ 


145 


135 


271 


347 


113 


485 


735 


310 


126 


804 


119 


65 


376 


00 
03 
24 


6 


5 




1 




5 








11 




5 








' 


225 


200 


690 


770 


625 


500 


745 


250 


415 


345 


64' 


150 


315 


355 


25 


60 


50 


170 


85 


125 


. 


65 


425 


85 


10 


35 


130 


15 


115 


331 


26 


200 


' 


305 


45 


570 


570 


306 


846 


231 


255 


440 


510 


60 


501 


275 


0" 


507 


286 


45 


303 


302 


491 


306 


127 


532 


474 


281 


631 


213 


508 


50 


28 


365 


380 


60 


382 


200 


150 


145 


31 


336 


286 


195 


441 


166 


260 


5 


.'■> 


752 


286 


90 


999 


271 


106 


642 


133 


500 


764 


441 


726 


449 


438 


91 


30 


581 


300 


5 


870 


155 


101 


451 


145 


502 


776 


338 


816 


469 


271 


45 


01 


1,372 


981 


685 


1,820 


1,742 


1,796 


1,252 


1,929 


1,313 


1,455 


1,206 


2,058 


589 


1,564 


776 


}.' 


1,216 


851 


445 


1,656 


1,327 


1,240 


947 


1,321 


887 


1,583 


993 


1,361 


700 




455 


1 


827 


631 


125 


746 


245 


361 


258 


522 


243 


726 


460 


370 


354 


662 


20 


34 


447 


321 


90 


759 


336 


261 


547 


338 


481 


663 


246 


582 


299 


413 


116 


35 


247 


361 


3C 


343 


256 


77 


239 


258 


219 


528 


306 


215 


228 


337 


31 


36 


91 


91 


15 


181 


125 


50 




115 


54 


246 


72 


65 




40 


45 


37 


... 


15 




37 


15 


25 


15 


5 


30 


51 


5 


10 


15 


5 




18 


276 


256 


40 


194 


77 


139 


216 


66 


185 


236 


106 


131 


174 


187 


40 


V, 


200 




5 


197 


35 


46 


75 


15 




172 


45 


20 


187 


190 




40 


180 






87 


15 




106 


15 


25 


173 


5 


20 


198 


141 


10 


41 




166 




53 


16 


30 


20 




187 


123 


25 


156 


47 


20 




42 


50 


56 




47 


15 


55 


15 




124 


59 


31 


105 


32 


10 


20 


43 


76 


166 




59 


16 




25 




194 


123 


25 


162 


62 


20 




44 


50 


58 






15 


55 


15 




127 


60 


31 


105 


32 


15 


20 


-.' 


100 


146 


5 


53 


10 


37 


35 


11 


147 


177 


10 


246 


112 


27 




... 


40 


46 


5 


35 




5 


5 


5 


33 


103 


15 


35 


78 


11 


10 


■■ 


100 


146 


5 


54 


10 


37 


35 


11 


149 


177 


10 


251 




28 






40 


47 


5 


35 




5 


5 


5 


33 


103 


15 


35 


78 


11 


10 


49 


131 


121 


5 


119 


112 


47 


105 


17 


137 


148 


66 


122 


159 


142 




50 


90 


66 




69 


■• 


37 


. 


5 


106 


95 


46 


65 


74 


21 








141 


121 


5 


124 


112 


47 


105 


17 


137 


148 


66 


122 


159 


142 






. 


90 


82 




69 


40 


37 


1 


5 


106 


96 


46 


65 


74 


21 






' 


16 


26 




53 


15 


6 


16 


10 


33 


35 


5 


11 


46 


22 






54 


16 


26 




53 


15 


6 


16 


10 


33 


36 


5 


11 


46 


22 






y. 


632 


571 


255 


739 


392 


350 


537 


223 


361 


554 


526 


1,101 


334 


939 


45 


56 


1,589 


1,746 


350 


1,662 


582 


490 


1,258 


291 


685 


1,435 


1,444 


1,702 


967 


2,740 


90 


'■■ 


492 


386 


285 


525 


487 


630 


497 


557 


649 


668 


501 


927 


229 


567 


200 


■■:' 


362 


271 


146 


465 


396 


402 


375 


280 


580 


534 


287 


625 


260 


367 


110 


... 


568 


426 


300 


635 


493 


672 


516 


567 


710 


751 


541 


984 


289 


616 


215 




398 


291 


14.. 


502 


411 


422 


414 


290 


612 


632 


404 


640 


369 


385 


110 


. ! 


882 


676 


115 


685 


512 


646 


451 


163 


878 


760 


516 


1,092 


394 


773 


55 




536 


536 


50 


430 


312 


469 


315 


71 


595 


706 


263 


670 


380 


342 


20 


63 


1,125 




115 


892 


579 


696 


575 


174 


1,032 


1,071 


599 


1,203 


700 


915 


55 


(.4 


643 


594 


55 


521 


333 


522 


377 


71 


673 


851 


336 


725 


629 


383 


20 




867 


656 


105 


685 


502 


636 


451 


158 


868 


760 


476 


1,072 


374 


763 


55 


... 


521 


521 


50 


420 


297 


454 


295 


61 


560 


681 


258 


640 


365 


332 


20 


'0' 


1,058 


764 


105 


864 


559 


686 


555 


164 


1,013 


1,007 


513 


1,148 


607 


868 


55 


,.0 


592 


564 


55 


500 


312 


502 


332 


61 


620 


817 


326 


695 


565 


372 


20 


69 




65 


10 


16 


15 


5 


10 


5 


16 


53 


70 


50 


72 


20 




' 


41 


30 




15 


5 


10 


30 




30 


27 


10 


20 


53 


5 






") 


45 


65 


io 


16 


15 


5 


10 


5 


17 


53 


70 


50 


77 


20 






72 


41 


30 




15 


5 


10 


30 




30 


27 


10 


20 


58 


5 






■■i 




20 




12 


5 


5 


10 


5 


1 


11 


16 


5 


16 


22 






74 








6 


10 


10 


10 


10 


23 


7 




10 


6 


6 






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20 




12 


5 


5 


10 


5 


2 


11 


16 


5 


16 


27 






76 


10 






6 


10 


10 


15 


10 


23 


7 




10 


6 


6 






77 


1,167 


591 


340 


1,550 


927 


993 


887 


598 


683 


984 


976 


1,162 


494 


1,334 


271 


00 


1,047 


701 


ISO 


1,456 


992 


885 


772 


345 


685 


1,383 


933 


1,011 


580 


1,192 


155 


79 


1,390 


680 


355 


1,740 


987 


995 


985 


613 


757 


1,224 


1,029 


1,264 


890 


1,540 


276 


>!i, 


1,223 


772 


IB'. 


1,660 


1,119 


945 


931 


385 


744 


1,614 


1,141 


1,057 


916 


1,403 


165 


3] 


167 




255 


230 


155 


270 


241 


446 


423 


305 


135 


910 


166 


190 


255 


82 


174 


285 


289 


335 


322 


539 


216 


600 


893 


475 


142 


1,022 


194 


134 


600 


83 


367 


415 


330 


690 


490 


357 


472 


727 


688 


567 


565 


1,037 


271 


682 


360 


84 


375 


350 


253 


588 


600 


563 


406 


699 


779 


627 


403 


945 


265 


440 


397 


85 


142 


285 


140 


245 


205 


200 


211 


392 


452 


311 


145 


630 


170 


212 


115 


86 


167 


245 


152 


291 


242 


308 


179 


335 


512 


397 


139 


533 


189 


120 


189 


87 



no 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 5. -FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS, BY CLASS OF WORK POWER, OFF-FARM WORK 



reports for only 



Robertson Rockcastle 



Estimated number of farms 195''-. 

1950. 

FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS 
Commercial farms number 1954. 

1950. 
Class I number 1954. 

1950. 
Class II number 1954 . 

1950. 
Class III number 1954. 

1950. 
Class IV number 1954. 

1950. 
Class V number 1954. 

1950. 
Class VI number 1954. 

1950. 

Other farms number 1954. 

1950. 
Part-time number 1954. 

1950. 
Residential number 1954. 

1950. 
Abnormal number 1954. 

1950. 

FARMS BY CLASS OF WORK POWER 

No tractor, horses, or mules farms reporting 1954. 

No tractor and only 1 horse or 

mule farms reporting 1954 . 

No tractor and 2 or more horses 

md/or mules farms reporting 1954 . 

Tractor and horses and/or mules .... farms reporting 1954. 

Tractor and no horses or mules farms reporting 1954. 

SPECIFIED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

Telephone farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

Electricity farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

Television set farms reporting 1954. 

Piped running water ....farms reporting 1954. 

Home freezer farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

Electric pig brooder farms reporting 1954. 

Power feed grinder farms reporting 1954. 

MIlMng machine farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Grain combines farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
number L954. 

1950. 
Corn pickers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
number 1954. 

1950. 

Pick-up hay balers farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Field forage harvesters farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954. 
Artificial ponds, reservoirs, and 

earth tanks farms reporting 1954 . 

number 1954. 

Motortrucks farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
number 1954. 
1950. 
Wheel tractors other than 

garden farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Garden tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Crawler tractors farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Automobi les farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



OFF-FARM WORK AND OTHER INCOME 

With other income of family exceeding value 
of farm products sold operators reporting 

Working off their farms, 
total operators reporting 

100 or more days operators reporting 



1954. 
L949. 
1954. 

L'.i-.'.'. 



1,211 
1,285 
1,416 



1,686 


3,482 


1,736 


3,953 


95 


210 


144 


263 


1,590 


3,272 


1,591 


3,689 



1,691 
1,651 



1,126 

895 

1,161 



2,327 
2,509 
1,672 



1,110 
1,073 
1,125 
1,235 



846 
1,221 
1,356 
1,226 
1,386 
1,311 
1,271 

721 
1,381 



1,231 

690 

1,291 



1,886 
1,676 
2,031 
1,798 



KENTUCKY 

AND OTHER INCOME, AND FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Coniinued 



111 



a sample of farms . See V 


art] 




























Shelby 


Simpson 


Spencer 


Taylor 


lodd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


hfoodford 




2,037 


1,375 


1,001 


1,701 


1,536 


1,392 


955 


927 


3,132 


1,846 


1,674 


1,306 


1,831 


672 


812 


1 


2,205 


1,524 


1,079 


1,857 


1,622 


1,236 


943 


908 


3,765 


2,145 


2,097 


1,480 


2,695 


1,189 


942 


2 


1,757 


1,230 


891 


1,441 


1,321 


1,037 


880 


712 


2,372 


1,631 


1,243 


866 


340 


616 


707 


3 


2,021 


1,332 


993 


1,457 


1,328 


971 


819 


711 


2,719 


1,899 


1,229 


1,054 


326 


733 


853 


4 


21 


5 


1 






11 


5 


33 


31 






2 






27 


5 


19 


16 


1 




13 


5 




44 


29 


1 


5 


1 






51 


6 


206 


30 


105 


50 


96 


17 


20 


142 


41 


55 


21 


41 






135 


7 


219 


62 


68 


21 


75 


75 


19 


150 


63 


'1 


25 


31 






144 


8 


520 


230 


205 


190 


216 


107 


150 


142 


260 


285 


66 


110 




5 


165 


9 


502 


170 


148 


105 


126 


103 


67 


169 


220 


298 


92 


88 




5 


240 


10 


530 


350 


310 


415 


355 


287 


305 


150 


590 


535 


154 


202 


25 


61 


235 


11 


560 


418 


314 


371 


198 


196 


280 


116 


550 


586 


183 


221 


22 




218 


12 


375 


390 


220 


520 


465 


385 


315 


135 


935 


535 


482 


265 


90 


285 


125 


13 


523 


439 


327 


520 


432 


329 


289 


133 


1,077 


661 


353 


354 


87 


190 


120 


14 


105 


225 


- 


265 


175 


230 


85 


110 


515 


215 


520 


246 


225 


265 


20 


15 


198 


227 


135 


440 


484 


263 




99 


780 


303 


571 


359 


217 


494 


80 


It. 


280 


145 


110 


260 


215 


355 


75 


215 


760 


215 


431 


440 


1,491 


256 


105 


17 


184 


192 


86 


400 


294 


265 


124 


197 


1,046 


246 


868 


426 


2,369 


456 


89 


18 


135 


7C 


90 


155 


US 


90 


70 


65 


445 


135 


230 


200 


310 


116 


65 


19 


108 


73 


39 


184 


190 


105 


65 


95 


529 


88 


353 


184 


389 


150 


45 


20 


140 


75 


20 


105 


70 


265 


5 




315 


80 


201 


240 


1,180 


140 


35 


21 


5 






216 


6 


160 


• 


1 


517 


158 


515 


242 


1,980 

1 


306 


44 

5 


22 
23 
24 


- ' 


u . 


24 


385 


365 


481 . 


220 


205 


1,040 


425 




266 


656 


250 


235 


25 


75 


65 


45 


110 




45 


~ 


30 


185 


LOI 


180 


4 5 


415 


150 


20 


26 


225 




215 


245 


160 


106 






460 


665 


485 


195 


510 


421 


95 


27 


807 


515 


351 


476 


584 


504 


370 




942 




353 


449 


155 


45 


218 


28 


475 


265 


150 


485 


347 


257 


180 


266 


505 


190 


135 


351 


95 


1 


244 


2" 


1,277 


540 


461 


216 


531 


253 




541 


817 


816 


95 


451 


146 


127 


397 


m 


1,148 


455 


362 


342 


438 


314 


325 


363 


599 


741 




314 


166 


15 


370 


.u 


1,992 


1,280 


956 


1,501 


1,316 


1,307 


920 


872 


2,862 


1,711 


1,236 


1,186 


1,666 


757 


762 


32 


1,988 


985 


972 




928 


545 


765 


786 


2,336 


1,566 


925 


1,023 


1,791 


600 


915 


31 


1,172 


330 


491 


466 


385 


167 


540 


242 


831 




56 


177 


85 


87 


345 


34 


897 


425 


366 


466 




251 


260 


506 


1,072 


581 


328 


383 


326 


142 


442 


35 


547 


235 


351 


371 




314 


240 


266 


667 


336 


117 


208 


125 


107 


190 


36 


297 


' 


172 




115 


• 


95 




225 


100 




■ 


45 


70 


82 


37 


36 


. 


20 


20 


25 




20 


37 


16 


20 


26 


. 






10 


is 


342 




126 


236 








206 


257 




122 


123 


25 




31 


39 


661 


60 


321 


101 


111 


21 


90 


10 


201 


156 


30 




10 




25 


40 


623 


35 


297 


65 


56 


11 


50 


6 


161 


95 


10 


1 


25 




40 


U 


' 


375 


... 


196 


326 


96 


50 


219 




3. 




194 






70 


... 


87 


320 


32 


92 


191 


79 








25 


55 


153 






50 


43 


81 


380 


47 


199 


376 


98 


50 


235 


141 




66 


200 






'■. 


... 


91 


340 


32 


99 


226 


79 


35 


203 


77 




60 


159 








■■'. 


181 


305 


76 




294 


163 


55 


362 


196 


• 


20 


324 






24 


-.■ 


147 


ISO 


36 


66 


144 


66 


10 


186 




. 


31 


102 






31 


47 


181 


305 


82 




297 






373 


196 


56 


20 


330 






24 


48 


147 


180 


36 




147 


74 




205 


77 


10 


31 


107 






31 


49 


247 


85 


86 


186 


161 


98 




175 


226 


136 


62 


113 


25 




121 


50 


193 


80 


62 


66 


66 


36 


■■ 


80 


160 


46 


51 


86 






90 


l 


247 


85 


86 


186 


161 


98 


50 


176 


236 


136 


62 


113 


25 




121 


.. 


193 


80 


63 


66 


67 


37 


40 


81 


160 


46 


51 


86 






95 


• i 


1 


5 


31 


25 


15 


' 




43 


7 


16 


12 


16 






25 


. 


61 


5 


32 


25 


15 




5 


43 


7 


16 


12 


16 






25 


55 


1,367 


465 


551 


681 


541 


257 


395 


535 


1,341 


1,111 


357 


669 


301 


136 


1 


'" 


4,753 


960 


1,555 


1,151 


1,177 


915 


800 


1,795 


2,752 


3,464 


571 


1,777 


368 


167 


779 


57 


767 


475 


346 


541 


706 


485 


360 


481 


1,097 


426 


556 


520 


511 


226 


407 


:■• 


582 


360 


307 


442 


513 


370 


275 


355 


974 


331 


461 


409 


520 


155 


510 


59 


834 


495 


416 


571 


777 


500 


415 


543 


. 


443 


604 


564 


517 


246 


582 


60 


694 


370 


355 


457 


542 


405 


295 


400 


1,029 


347 


506 


432 


620 


160 


■ 


61 


1,322 


795 


501 


966 


931 


771 


555 


592 


1,482 


656 


488 


805 


270 


51 


467 




1,036 


825 


412 


627 


693 


561 


305 


549 


1,130 


341 


355 


630 


90 


25 


448 


63 


1,717 


1,000 


725 


1,149 


1,343 


986 


650 


1,011 


1,763 


744 


537 


1,066 


295 


52 


763 


64 


1,276 


990 


489 


7e3 


888 


677 


365 


883 


1,302 


367 


397 


733 


95 


25 


701 


65 


1,282 


780 


501 


956 


926 


756 


550 


577 


1,447 


656 


488 


795 


245 


51 


462 


,,, 


1,026 


815 


402 


61i 


688 


551 


300 


533 


1,085 


336 


344 


625 


75 


15 


437 


'.'.' 


1,580 


955 


695 


1,079 


1,307 


960 


630 


958 


1,678 


724 


522 


1,005 


245 


52 


737 


.,rt 


1,235 


965 


472 


758 


878 


662 


345 


864 


1,235 


362 


386 


721 


75 


15 


677 


i.'i 


131 


40 


25 


55 


20 


20 


10 


53 


85 


20 




35 


35 




26 


:•<> 


15 


20 


6 


15 


5 


10 


10 


13 


66 




10 


11 


10 




18 


i 


131 


40 


25 


55 


25 


20 


10 


53 


85 


20 


5 


35 


35 




26 


■■•■ 


15 


20 




15 


5 




10 


14 


66 




10 


11 


10 




19 


73 


6 


5 


5 


10 


11 


6 


10 








5 


26 


15 






'■. 


22 


5 




10 


5 






5 


1 




1 


1 


Id 






■;•■ 


6 


5 


5 


15 


11 


' 


10 








10 


26 


15 






76 


26 


5 


11 


10 


5 




10 


5 


1 




1 




10 


5 




77 


1,707 


940 


730 


1,131 


996 


761 


775 


611 


1,927 


1,456 


598 


77 V 


561 


252 


621 


:■■ 


1,858 


995 


817 


1,146 


913 


640 


575 




2,110 


1,531 


664 


656 


641 


165 


800 


77 


2,120 


1,025 


950 


1,296 


1,209 


919 


860 


780 


2,222 


1,656 


684 


902 


606 


267 


1,047 


... 


2,567 


1,170 


959 


1,261 


1,102 


776 


710 


'.:' J 


2,323 


1,669 


696 


722 




180 


1,041 


''1 


215 


95 


100 




220 


153 




120 


752 


170 


306 


366 


1,100 


192 


135 


82 


212 


156 


37 


263 


251 


217 


130 


198 


920 


198 


623 


286 


2,075 


279 


73 


... 


966 


240 


280 


565 


376 


408 


280 


317 


1,267 


625 


651 


531 


1,060 


407 


295 


84 


574 


310 


188 


641 


331 


311 


249 


289 


1,212 


574 


855 


454 


1,482 


395 


208 


85 


340 


105 


120 


260 


180 


248 


120 


201 


652 


195 


3a 


336 


710 


201 


160 


86 


242 


173 


94 


275 


168 


160 


76 


176 


706 


222 


479 


243 


984 


184 


122 


87 



112 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 6.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 

[Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, 



eporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Family workers, including 

operator farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Operators working 1 or more 

hours persons 1954 . 

1950. 

1 to 14 hours persons 1954 . 

15 or more hours persons 1954 . 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Hired workers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954 . 

1950. 

Regular workers (employed 150 

or more days ) farms reporting 1954 . 

persons 1954. 
Seasonal workers (employed less 

than 150 days) farms reporting 1954. 

persons 1954 . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

■ecified farm expenditures 2 farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

Machine hire and/or hired 

labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

Machine hire farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Hired labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
dollars 1954. 

1949. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting 1954 . 

$100 to $199 farms reporting 1954 . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting 1954 . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting 1954 . 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting 1954. 

$2,500 and over farms reporting 1954. 

Feed for livestock and poultry. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 



ing 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Commercial fertilizer farms reporting 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

tons 1954. 

acres on which used 1954. 

Lime and liming materials farms reporting 1954. 

tons 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

acres limed 1954. 

USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

Crops oa which coanercial fertilizer was used, 1954: 

Hay and cropland pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Corn farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Tobacco farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Fruits, vegetables, and potatoes farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other crops farms reporting 

acres on which used 



169,401 
178,573 
303,348 
298,601 



164,743 
43,258 
120,671 

55,972 
61,373 
81,875 
89,662 

23,684 
24,700 
57,544 
44,196 



120,419 
116,973 
81,022 
73,199 
10,175,214 
9,609,617 

90,270 
96,989 
30,345,540 
36,263,171 
42,909 
17,956 
16,748 
6,228 
4,429 
2,000 

138,581 

152,842 

47,461,816 

41,789,166 



96,248 

71,361 

9, I l ,812 

14,899,008 

142,952 

27,585,097 

557,235 

2,768,402 

28,026 

1,084,810 

3,072,574 

593,959 



5,294 
14,231 
95,592 

91,523 

212,396 

1,543,892 

104,742 
186, 265 
261,434 

12,842 
7,767 
21,453 
13,319 
38,588 
258,884 



2,465 
2,537 
3,755 
4,155 



1,002 
74,735 

80,130 

1,206 

1,171 

130,045 

131,720 



1,801 

1,901 

427,185 

281,530 



2,276 

337,880 

7,592 

40,965 



9,635 
26,395 
4,670 



1,825 
3,430 
25,495 

2,010 
1,955 
2,945 



2,036 
1,998 
3,055 
3,333 



1,456 
1,303 
1,130 



1,821 

1,628 

540,765 

366,825 



1,846 
254,9! 

5,862 
42,409 



7,375 
21,305 
3,410 



1,466 
2,776 
26,439 

1,541 
1,370 
2,570 



1,035 
1,135 
1,970 
1,730 



1,011 
251,605 
222,495 



135,770 
2,386 
5,475 



3,635 
8,300 
1,555 



1,233 
1,309 
1,936 



1,087 
385,945 
386, 260 



194,530 
3,354 
24,929 



5,459 
20,551 
3,129 



1,191 
1,195 
1,581 
1,655 



2,536 
2,914 
1,830 
2,173 
204,210 
215,642 

1,876 

2,339 

352,235 

437,893 



2,711 

3,239 

845,745 

859,471 



2,151 

1,804 

405,580 

323,781 

3,326 

821,255 
16,931 
79,009 



20,550 
58,860 
10,470 



2,761 
7,042 
47,108 

3,056 
5,415 
6,392 



1,136 
1,424 
2,973 
2,247 



1,164 

192,860 
176,172 



247,160 
4,668 
13,508 



1.0,120 

30,426 
4,870 



1 For 1950, "Week preceding enumeration." 



Excludes farms reporting 



lal fertillz 



KENTUCKY 

1954 AND 1950; AND USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER: CENSUS OF 1954 



113 



of farms. See 



1,152 

1,150 

1,469, 644 

1,654,577 



1,092 

1,095 

1,066,251 

861,525 



1,329 
562,454 
10,361 
31,308 



33,800 

771 

7,115 



1,021 
934 

1,930 



243,305 
4,480 
18,113 



1,265 
1,150 
2,795 
L.82C 



1,095 
337,300 
280,045 



5,680 
12,415 
2,255 



1,871 
2,064 
3,597 
3,326 



1,427 

1,522 

120,730 

123,625 



3,115 
9,370 
2,615 



1,669 
2,122 
2,719 
3,477 



1,022 
268,376 
254,410 



1,354 

1,627 

577,524 

355,856 



1,738 
551,468 
11,750 
53,540 



24,350 
58,183 
11,205 



1*7,230 
3,126 
17,345 



3,225 

8,720 
1,175 



1,373 
1,626 
1,802 
2,477 



1,416 
198,935 
249,039 



1,272 

236,005 

4,845 

36,128 



13,801 
39,688 
6,670 



164,635 
3,594 
26,935 



32,370 
70,005 

■■,.'■■. 



2, 128 

2,190 
3,255 
3,055 



1,705 

1,123 

1,370 

120,050 

138,355 

832 

1,115 

109,960 

198,060 



1,867 

2,010 

508,360 

382,300 



1,473 

1,120 

209,440 

169,155 

1,908 
382,360 

7,600 
54,720 



22,357 
64,825 

12,495 



74,070 
1,227 
12,490 



126,655 
2,441 
6,236 



2,360 
7,540 
1,680 



1,165 
5,842 
7,299 



1,443 
4,579 
28,197 

1,622 
3,030 
3,656 



1,072 
3,539 
29,908 



1,688 
3,850 
35,151 

1,413 
1,806 
4,363 



114 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 6.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 

[Data are based on reports for only 



FARM LABOR 
Week of -, ,.. . r,l.. . 26 -II, i ,.|„ , 2: ' 

Family and/or hired workers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Family workers, including 

operator farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 
Operators working 1 or more 

hours persons 1954. 

1950. 

1 to 14 hours persons 1954 . 

15 or more hours persons 1954 . 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954 . 

1950. 

Hired workers farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Regular workers (employed 150 

or more days) farms reporting 1954 . 

persons 1954 . 
Seasonal workers (employed less 

than 150 days) farms reporting 1954. 

persons 1954 . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Specified farm expenditures 2 farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

Machine hire and/or hired 

labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

Machine hire farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Hired labor farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
dollars 1954. 

1949. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting 1954 . 

$100 to $199 farms reporting 1954 . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting 1954. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting 1954. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting 1954. 

$2,500 and over farms reporting 1954. 

Feed for livestock and poultry. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting 1954. 

1949 . 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Commercial fertilizer farms reporting 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

tons 1954. 

acres on which used 1954. 

Lime and liming materials farms reporting 1954. 

tons 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

acres limed 1954. 

USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

Crops oa -hi. I. coaaercial fertilizer >as used, 1954: 

Hay and cropland pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Corn farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Tobacco farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Fruits, vegetables, and potatoes farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other crops farms reporting 

acres on which used 



2,472 
2,275 
3,940 
3,475 



2,372 

374,100 

7,706 

34,605 



14,429 
41,225 
7,045 



2,032 
2,837 
3,370 



1,909 
2,289 
3,657 



1,530 

1,909 

670,625 

693,057 



1,594 

1,438 

563,595 

535,076 

1,844 
753,533 
15,704 
95,321 



61,255 
95,935 
31,170 



1,593 
7,220 
54,572 

1,577 
3,351 

6,067 



1,193 
1,L27 
2,642 
2,201 



2,697 


2,019 


1,303 


2,446 


2,328 


1,238 


1,952 


1,283 


1,138 


1,591 


1,768 


1,073 


1,351 


S25 


732 


955 


1,243 


648 


30,840 


165,485 


147,375 


67,460 


272,588 


123,384 


1,37 


1,081 


1,028 


1,326 


1,553 


1,018 


89,445 


756,800 


744, 345 


L97,560 


954,650 


859,569 



1,011 
1,530,206 
964, ' 



4,429 
14,074 

256 
11,220 
32,658 
5,395 



1,992 
2,277 
3,668 

4,018 



1,068 
1,491 
1,830 



1,262 

1,978 

124,365 

212,481 



1,556 

146,560 

3,226 

10,175 



5,053 
16,172 
3,404 



1,046 
1,187 
5,785 

1,066 
1,330 
1,551 



1,252 
1,151 
2,100 
1,851 



3,820 
11,245 
1,815 



1,159 
445,085 
318,658 



3,120 
27,755 



1,237 
1,415 
2,113 
2,406 



1,006 

1,100 

484, 152 

112.822 



1,057 

130,227 

2,538 

14,005 



2,134 
6,535 
1,244 



2,528 
3,167 
4,220 



1,913 
1,723 
1,144 
1,239 
163,075 
196,118 

1,498 

1,348 

560, 180 

494,561 



1,512 

2,098 

e52,545 

659,733 



1,793 

1,563 

567,330 

382,194 

1,973 

477,060 

9,662 

56,565 



9,830 
40,525 
6,035 



1,730 
2,352 
5,149 



'For 1950, "Week preceding 



^Excludes far 



KENTUCKY 

1954 AND 1950; AND USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



115 



a sample of farms . See 


.ext] 




























Elliott 


Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 




1,005 


1,392 


1,346 


1,992 


2,697 


1,226 


939 


505 


1,760 


1,620 


3,755 


2,342 


1,930 


1,488 


861 


1 


1,145 


1,553 


1,413 


2,058 


2,994 


1,359 


1,022 


559 


1,941 


1,642 


4,067 


2,733 


2,394 


1,571 


937 


2 


940 


1,222 


1,216 


1,881 


2,347 


1,056 


884 


480 


1,604 


1,570 


3,045 


1,927 


1,805 


1,337 


76b 


3 


980 


1,161 


1,267 


1,563 


2,415 


1,159 


898 


510 


1,810 


1,405 


3,232 


2,322 


2,025 


1,254 


787 


4 


1,360 


2,105 


4,198 


4,017 


3,529 


2,127 


3,684 


980 


2,882 


3,625 


4,405 


2,913 


3,465 


2,492 


1,253 


S 


1,505 


1,931 


3,514 


2,560 


3,765 


1,913 


2,033 


910 


3,126 


2,245 


4,804 


3,618 


3,085 


2,081 


1,289 


6 


940 


1,207 


1,076 


1,876 


2,332 


1,031 


861 


480 


1,579 


1,550 


3,025 


1,911 


1,775 


1,337 


761 


7 


9?5 


1,141 


1,163 


1,528 


2,370 


1,114 


863 


510 


1,765 


1,385 


3,207 


2,30b 


2,010 


1,238 


781 


a 


915 


1,207 


1,046 


1,841 


2,217 


1,016 


841 


480 


1,569 


1,520 


2,945 


1,901 


1,745 


1,282 


761 


9 


915 


1,006 


1,128 


1,458 


2,070 


1,084 


792 


495 


1,684 


1,345 


3,062 


2,166 


1,875 


1,157 


761 


in 


105 


390 


202 


315 


1,570 


150 


95 


50 


300 


205 


855 


540 


220 


350 


160 


11 


810 


817 


844 


1,526 


647 


866 


746 


430 


1,269 


1,315 


2,090 


1,361 


1,525 


932 


601 


12 


290 


245 


405 


810 


746 


205 


423 


240 


466 


875 


780 


520 


840 


615 


130 


1 1 


375 


435 


220 


487 


1,090 


256 


347 


185 


553 


445 


891 


790 


650 


492 


270 


14 


385 


350 


575 


1,220 


1,137 


290 


1,013 


305 


626 


1,230 


1,055 


680 


1,215 


950 


210 


IS 


535 


645 


321 


691 


1,535 


344 


451 


245 


735 


590 


1,316 


1,150 


1,015 


655 


410 


lr. 


30 


287 


636 


406 


80 


226 


197 


75 


323 


315 


205 


217 


205 


131 


116 


17 


45 


176 


601 


231 


120 


284 


293 


90 


390 


205 


262 


222 


130 


152 




L8 


60 


548 


2,577 


956 


125 


821 


1,830 


195 


687 


875 


405 


332 


505 


260 


282 


19 


55 


280 


2,065 


411 


160 


485 


790 


170 


707 


310 


426 


302 


195 


269 


118 


20 


5 


37 


245 


26 




96 


74 


20 


53 


35 


35 


27 


30 


26 


26 


21 


5 


38 


982 


47 




152 


1». 


25 


110 


60 


40 


60 


65 


38 


36 


22 


30 


270 


454 


391 


80 


171 


158 


70 


291 


290 


180 


191 


190 


111 


91 


2.1 




510 


1,595 


909 


125 


669 


1,684 


170 


577 


815 


365 


272 


440 


222 


246 


24 


970 


1,227 


1,331 


1,937 


2,592 


1,171 


919 


480 


1,710 


1,605 


3,665 


2,337 


1,830 


1,463 


841 


S3 


980 


1,216 


1,316 


1,643 


2,460 


1,204 


907 


525 


1,792 


1,465 


3,692 


2,342 


2,051 


1,264 


792 


26 


530 


672 


1,171 


1,552 


786 


1,026 


708 


300 


1,405 


1,250 


1,930 


1,267 


1,420 


843 


581 


27 


540 


536 


1,151 


1,318 




944 


807 


365 


1,487 


1,180 




1,422 


1,34b 


694 


497 


28 


315 


456 


610 


1,162 


315 


665 


558 


155 


694 


920 


1,440 


912 


880 


512 


12 


."« 


75 


156 


657 


883 


110 


467 


504 


245 


822 


845 


1,862 


1,011 


976 


346 


291 


30 


13,875 


36,980 


141,808 


166,642 


7,750 


88,160 


165,358 


22,130 


105,310 


115,935 


217,680 


94,500 


63,730 


40,225 


38,205 


31 


1,815 


8,095 


159,508 


94,507 


1,680 


70,220 


143,004 


22,785 


129,275 


76,535 


191,535 


72,475 


90,250 


18,862 


52,626 


12 


360 


457 


1,126 


1,227 


531 


956 


528 


260 


1,255 


960 


1,225 


857 


1,135 


527 


481 


33 


510 


486 


1,116 


1,128 


595 


869 


712 


335 


1,407 


1,040 




1,022 


1,051 


559 


437 


K 


29,110 


75,150 


2,674,915 


290,975 


44,765 


440,015 


510,034 


67,720 


342,045 


202,615 


199,305 


199,415 


197,635 


112,060 




15 


45,750 


73,353 


3,002,211 


290,094 


40,800 




721,260 


138,900 


505,770 


252,900 


372,603 


157,432 


130,075 


132,557 


92,325 


ir, 


255 


245 


110 


450 


410 


270 


155 


145 


485 


430 


685 


490 


700 




300 


17 


60 


100 


170 


250 


41 


195 


80 


40 


260 


245 


230 


190 


235 


110 


SO 


38 


40 


85 


240 


375 


70 


280 


111 


45 


331 


190 


240 


125 


105 


95 


50 


<■< 


5 


10 


190 


100 


5 


100 


70 


15 


110 


65 


40 


25 


65 


25 


36 


40 




16 

1 


220 
196 


51 
1 


5 


36 


66 
46 


10 
5 


56 

13 


25 
5 


25 
5 


20 

7 


20 
10 


10 
11 


10 
5 


41 
42 


790 


856 


830 


1,411 


2,381 


826 


581 


335 


1,245 


1,235 


2,890 


2,037 


1,250 


1,088 


561 


43 


825 


1,015 


1,061 


1,363 


2,150 


1,023 


642 


415 


1,481 


1,285 


. 


2,097 




996 


691 


44 


74,885 


107,380 


1,753,810 


301,470 


400,730 


416,825 


302,543 


112,240 


310,245 


440,910 


937,970 


817,625 


701,140 


444,420 


284,305 


..'. 


117,575 


151,575 


1,636,480 


260,335 


252,565 


333,050 


284,800 


137,165 


413,119 


358,975 


781,773 


485,476 


268,070 


155,721 


211,755 


• 


175 


467 


941 


1,187 


377 


676 


599 


350 


910 


1,060 


2,300 


1,052 


1,060 


632 


501 


47 


120 


211 


921 


718 


160 


504 


572 


245 


916 


770 


1,647 


717 


950 


394 


407 


48 


15,785 


39,295 


361,486 


222,875 


16,300 


181,830 


301,822 


50,490 


164,335 


136, 330 


345,785 


150,485 


176,755 


78,370 


96,690 


... 


7,620 


23,836 


411,159 


142,161 


12,560 


103,865 


286,283 


28,230 


185,922 


129,200 


297,331 


96,844 


114,745 


59,064 


86,545 


50 


855 


782 


1,081 


1,632 




996 


345 


440 


1,385 


1,295 


2,675 


2,082 


1,655 


1,013 


1 


51 


81,360 


76,036 


461,752 


330,036 


11,830 


216,905 


121,739 


79,590 


314,622 


224,395 


421,725 


334,743 


359,995 


113,670 


108,620 


52 


1,621 


1,586 


7,997 


6,594 


312 


3,924 


2,278 


1,460 


5,876 


4,219 


8,762 


7,830 


7,510 


2,248 


2,233 


53 


4,875 


5,831 


24,386 


19,095 


2,050 


13,304 


17,440 


2,875 


14,722 


7,090 




44,821 


34,580 


9,401 


12,416 


•-. 


65 


157 


163 


396 


125 


100 


197 


55 


122 


175 


770 


266 


375 


106 


216 


'■■< 


2,700 


4,525 


10,459 


9,740 


1,805 


7,920 


8,315 


1,195 


5,420 


5,180 


32,545 


9,910 


17,005 


2,725 


7,270 


-.., 


5,725 


13,440 


32,021 


29,990 


6,295 


19,485 


26,835 


3,635 


12,755 


15,040 


117,365 


19,905 


44,550 


7,726 


21,940 


•■■; 


1,070 


2,305 


5,473 


5,180 


1,155 


5,240 


5,325 


590 


3,987 


2,760 


20,680 


4,805 


6,765 


1,505 


4,575 


58 


105 


136 


147 


335 


95 


126 


51 


35 


68 


155 


485 


431 


465 


147 


91 


59 


14* 


218 


866 


898 


78 


808 


226 


47 


1,403 


550 


1,064 


1,394 


1,123 


356 


162 


r.n 


1,120 


1,250 


7,334 


4,445 


345 


5,364 


1,330 


200 


2,882 


1,900 


9,015 


7,426 


5,840 


1,672 


1,380 


61 


15 


45 


60 


51 


15 


5 


10 


5 


31 


30 


60 


75 


60 


55 


31 


>.;■ 


35 


138 


636 


92 


15 


150 


8 


45 


117 


80 


106 


150 


211 


160 


137 


63 


175 


490 


4,300 


760 


85 


1,490 


90 


100 


605 


230 


1,065 


715 


945 


890 


470 


64 


500 


375 


327 


847 


286 


195 


208 


110 


462 


235 


2,230 


1,727 


1,410 


622 


491 


65 


442 


536 


1,343 


1,986 


110 


404 


1,184 


326 


1,158 


488 


5,091 


3,845 


3,066 


886 


1,120 


66 


2,390 


3,110 


5,045 


8,419 


1,115 


2,565 


9,915 


1,460 


6,520 


1,595 


53,230 


30,052 


21,740 


5,485 


8,835 


67 


765 


646 


966 


1,481 


15 


845 


20 


390 


1,255 


995 


1,730 


1,426 


1,515 


540 


631 


68 


930 


614 


4,739 


3,472 


5 


2,388 


12 


1,042 


2,984 


3,021 


1,896 


1,224 


2,686 


678 


732 


69 


1,170 


916 


6,186 


4,616 


15 


3,140 


45 


1,110 


4,105 


3,315 


5,110 


1,946 


3,745 


860 


1,371 


70 


80 


80 


20 


30 


430 


15 


30 


5 


10 


20 


70 


170 


65 


140 


10 


71 


37 


54 


65 


20 


104 


5 


19 


1 


18 


16 


41 


100 


18 


102 


4 


72 


90 


120 


270 


125 


490 


20 


55 


5 


30 


50 


270 


255 


100 


270 


10 


73 


10 


5 


36 


35 




45 


193 




41 


15 


230 


282 


220 


11 


45 


74 


2 




168 


82 




114 


793 




188 


15 


433 


1,076 


480 


60 


54 


75 


10 


5 


1,191 


760 




745 


6,031 




680 


30 


3,595 


4,187 


2,380 


249 


430 


76 



116 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 6.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 

[Data are based on reports for only 



FARM LABOR 

Week of September 26-October 2: 1 

Family and/or hired workers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954 . 

1950. 

Family workers, including 

operator farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 
Operators working 1 or more 

hours persons 1954 . 

1950. 

1 to 14 hours persons 1954 . 

15 or more hours persons 1954 . 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954 . 

1950. 

Hired workers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Regular workers (employed 150 

or more days) farms reporting 1954. 

persons 1954. 
Seasonal workers (employed less 

than 150 days ) farms reporting 1954 . 

persons 1954 . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Specified farm expenditures 2 farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

Machine hire and/or hired 

labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

Machine hire farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Hired labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
dollars 1954. 

1949. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting 1954 . 

$100 to $199 farms reporting 1954 . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting 1954 . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting 1954 . 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting 1954. 

$2,500 and over farms reporting 1954. 

Feed for livestock and poultry. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Commercial fertilizer farms reporting 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

tons 1954. 

acres on which used 1954. 

Lime and liming materials farms reporting 1954. 

tons 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

acres limed 1954. 

USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

Crops on vnich couercial fertilizer was used, 1954: 

Hay and cropland pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other pastui e farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Corn farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Tobacco farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Fruits, vegetables, and potatoes farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other crops farms reporting 

acres on which used 



2,102 
2,208 
J, 277 
3,440 



1,722 
1,498 
1,232 
L, 118 
151,740 
143,042 

1,4-. 

1,083 
288,005 
250,475 



1,901 
1,951 

496,820 



1,406 

1,028 

290,775 

217,174 

2,057 

441,098 

9,737 

58,637 



1,624 
4,528 
33,100 

1,481 
1,540 
2,191 



25,355 

488 

2,834 



2,530 
8,345 
1,865 



1,693 
1,655 
3,354 
2,827 



1,643 
1,511 
1,011 



1,408 

1,301 

585,731 

609,226 



1,513 

1,485 

637,890 

495,565 



1,543 

349,120 

6,442 

13,222 



1,432 
4,554 
5,519 



2,161 
2,567 
3,856 
4,203 



1,685 

1,699 

1,155 

1,114 

147,900 

130,616 

1,360 

1,469 

247,970 

277,119 



1,586 

2,118 

402,820 

417,480 



12,740 
31,310 
6,210 



1,741 
3,512 
24,110 

2,040 
3,626 
4,455 



1,256 
1,492 
2,123 
2,598 



1,383 
793,094 
522,431 



1,002 
415,585 
412,711 

. . ' 

295,981 

5,739 

55,822 



19,208 
64,004 
11,281 



1,431 
1,343 
2,882 
2,237 



1,166 

1,144 

359,240 

360,697 



1,001 

1,235 

321,815 

449,995 



1,311 
3 ,98! 

6,702 
19,278 



1,266 
3,852 
4,536 



1,041 
656,675 
422,225 



11,055 
48,535 
5,845 



1,392 

277,997 
381,827 



1,168 

282,318 

5,430 

43,679 



1' ,.'"< 
52,496 
10,055 



1 Fot 1950, "Week preceding 



ratio 



Excludes farms reporting 



ial fertilizer and li 



KENTUCKY 

1954 AND 1950; AND USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

a sample of f arms . See text] 



117 



1,549 
2,012 
2,754 



1,111 
1,326 
1,926 

1,971 



1,601 
1,210 
2,821 
2,085 



1,755 
2,137 
2,662 
3,299 



1,207 
1,232 
2,041 
1,983 



2,745 
2,590 
4,355 
4,210 



1,445 
1,499 
2,423 
2,515 



1,015 
1,261 
1,810 



1,091 
1,040 
1,593 
1,670 



1,511 
1,573 
3,096 
2,661 



1,917 
2,124 
3,470 
3,782 



1,030 

1,470 
1,655 



1,054 
107,385 
184,990 



1,570 
1,386 
1,160 



1,050 
79,920 
US, 835 



1,461 
1,489 
1,035 



1,036 

1,264 

404,390 

423,509 



1,374 

1,930 

874,600 

1,150,625 



1,076 

1,136 

205,615 

179,112 



1,611 

1,105 

166,755 

102,720 



1,709 

1,753 

337,767 

193,010 



1,132 
524,370 
351,338 



2,025 

2,220 

460,815 

407,880 



1,160 

1,264 

343,371 

352,170 



1,070 
69,865 
117,875 



1,541 

1,041 

191,281 

162,640 



1,055 

1,165 

194,770 

176,285 



1,350 

1,655 

359,060 

413,929 



1,094 

1,118 

248,460 

387,194 

1,008 

214,465 

4,688 

25,905 



206,372 
3,865 
10,332 



62,730 
1,222 
4,185 



1,088 
65,981 
1,584 
7,516 



1,177 

305,260 

6,560 

35,425 



2,375 

290,355 

5,950 

23,450 



28,815 

665 

3,413 



1,727 

358,192 

7,380 

29,577 



11,215 
32,520 
5,022 



5,465 
16,255 
3,390 



1,750 
5,425 
1,840 



3,845 
9,990 
2,980 



5,642 
18,605 
2,472 



14,330 
34,715 
6,710 



2,305 
6,855 
1,685 



6,503 
18,567 
3,015 



10,240 
26,900 
5,045 



1,645 
1,667 
8,035 

1,655 
1,715 
1,930 



1,185 
2,214 
2,427 



1,166 
2,560 
13,580 

1,467 
2,455 
3,497 



118 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 6.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 

[Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, 



FARM LABOR 

ck of Septeaber 26-October 2: 1 

Family and/or hired workers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Family workers, including 

operator farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 
Operators working 1 or more 

hours persons 1954 . 

1950. 

1 to 14 hours persons 1954 . 

15 or more hours persons 1954 . 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

persons 1954. 

1950. 

Hired workers farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

persons 1954 . 

1950. 

Regular workers (employed 150 

or more days) farms reporting 1954. 

persons 1954 . 
Seasonal workers (employed less 

than 150 days) farms reporting 1954 . 

persons 1954. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Specified farm expenditures 2 farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

Machine hire and/or hired 

labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

Machine hire farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Hired labor farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
dollars 1954. 

1949. 

$1 to $99 farms reporting 1954. 

$100 to $199 farms reporting 1954. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting 1954. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting 1954. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting 1954. 

$2,500 and over farms reporting 1954 . 

Feed for livestock and poultry. .farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Commercial fertilizer farms reporting 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

tons 1954. 

acres on which used 1954 . 

Lime and liming materials farms reporting 1954. 

tons 1954. 

dollars 1954. 

acres limed 1954. 

USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

Crops oo which coaacrcial fertilizer vis used. 1954: 

Hay and cropland pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Corn farms reporting 

Tobacco farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Fruits, vegetables, and potatoes farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other crops farms reporting 

acres on which used 



2,139 

1,210 

1,718 

188,740 

292,413 

1,416 

1,669 

460,945 

561,033 



1,661 

2,178 

615,320 

485,595 



1,770 

1,609 

472,005 

452,499 

2,221 
706, 538 
15,303 
85,825 



- 
78,913 

18,414 



1,936 
6,491 

44,155 

2,015 
3,368 
5,945 



i. L,396 
2,593 
20,115 



1,401 
1,805 
2,333 



1,192 
1,336 

!99,89! 

■ L3.678 



104,700 
2,072 
17,048 



5,285 
13,955 
2,995 



2,470 
8,115 
1,595 



1,017 
1,686 
1,640 



6,628 
20,691 
3,631 



2,649 
2,503 
5,797 



2,343 
1,737 

1,235 



2,063 

1,572 

6X , 333 

609,354 



2,283 

1,924 

691,533 

665,1 ii 



2,199 

514,758 

9,984 

34, 649 



24,243 
62,676 
12,775 



1,150 
1,540 
1,470 
2,505 



1,535 

1,315 
99,375 

119,300 



. ,06C 
8,08 
1,235 



1,074 

1,107 

207,880 

357,490 



1,134 

1,362 

652,950 

673,371 



1,439 

304,478 

5,930 

25,325 



13,006 
36,638 
5,043 



1,328 
2,542 
2,944 



1,451 
1,485 
1,971 
2,310 



1,291 

1,375 

309,732 

278,050 



145,760 
3,192 
33,274 



13,845 
43,885 
8,935 



1,046 
2,135 
24,776 



1950, "Week preceding i 



KENTUCKY 



119 



1954 AND 1950; AND USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 

a sample of farms . See text] 



Mas„» 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 




1,432 


1,031 


780 


1,910 


1,967 


1,986 


1,322 


2,174 


1,434 


1,530 


1,296 


2,359 


604 


1,699 


1,016 


1 


1,5X 


1,110 


748 


1,934 


2,212 


2,271 


1,283 


2,210 


2,047 


1,987 


1 , 399 


2,895 


769 


1,749 


1,333 


2 


1,302 


841 


720 


1,705 


1,802 


1,726 


1,197 


2,014 


1,324 


1,395 


1,166 


2,168 


559 


1,584 


946 


3 


1,306 


920 


581 


1,676 


1,842 


1,982 


1,050 


1,666 


1,518 


1,673 


1,188 


2,430 


720 


1,528 


890 


4 


3,012 


1,332 


1,130 


2,978 


2,876 


2,916 


2,801 


3,269 


2,328 


2,656 


2,629 


3,335 


1,179 


2,999 


1,601 


5 


2,449 


1,555 


956 


2,699 


3,053 


3,225 


1,893 


2,506 


2,419 


3,200 


1,978 


3,410 


1,435 


2,337 


1,475 


6 


1,272 


826 


~1 C 


1,687 


1,802 


1,710 


1,186 


2,009 


1,323 


1,374 


1,151 


2,163 


548 


1,578 


946 


? 


1,261 


900 


576 


1,655 


1,831 


, 


1,014 


1,661 


1,486 


1,623 


1,163 


2,430 


663 


1,513 


885 


8 


1,237 


786 


695 


1,657 




1,685 


1,181 


1,984 


1,288 


1,343 


1,131 


2,073 


543 


1,548 


946 


9 


1,131 


865 


546 


1,595 


1,735 


1,872 


964 


1,540 


1,415 


1,556 


1,113 


2,325 


643 


1,462 


BOO 


10 


185 


365 


270 


235 


740 


238 


236 




360 


346 


150 


606 


91 


161 


135 


11 


1,052 


421 


425 


1,422 


1,037 


1,447 


945 


1,709 


928 


997 


981 


1,467 


452 


1,387 


811 


12 


535 


180 


230 


501 


521 


663 


271 


590 


501 


408 


556 


715 


211 


647 


285 


13 


486 


310 


230 


416 


726 


708 


306 


601 


404 


455 


295 


655 


171 


361 


395 


14 


785 


290 


335 


656 


749 


952 


376 


830 


626 


660 


776 


960 


327 


927 


435 


15 


746 


475 


330 


561 


1,056 


1,056 


446 


816 


664 


888 


385 


880 


222 


506 


575 


It. 


370 


126 


50 


194 


115 


144 


356 


220 


238 


245 


316 


192 


139 


249 


95 


17 


286 


160 


60 


286 


162 


175 


265 


106 


210 


435 


208 


135 


235 


202 


60 


L8 


990 


256 


100 


665 


350 


279 


1,244 


455 


414 


653 


722 


302 


309 


524 


220 


M 


522 


215 


80 


543 


262 


297 


483 


150 


340 


756 


480 


205 


570 


369 


100 


20 


110 


46 


5 


39 


5 


26 


44 


5 


78 


100 


50 


32 


99 


31 




21 


135 


96 


10 


100 


15 


37 


54 


* 


104 


198 


60 


49 


241 


34 




22 


300 


90 


45 


171 


110 


128 


319 


215 


187 


165 


291 


167 


51 


219 


95 


.'< 


855 


160 


90 


565 


335 


242 


1,190 


4-0 


310 


455 


662 


253 


68 


490 


220 


• '-. 


1,432 


1,031 


780 


1,905 




1,986 


1,307 




1,364 


1,520 


1,276 


2,353 


599 


1,699 


1,011 


23 


1,372 


941 


546 


1,721 


1,817 


1,903 


1,097 


1,696 


1,653 


1,723 


1,188 


2,480 


730 


1,543 


895 


.'., 


1,237 


826 


615 


1,425 


1,352 


1,191 


1,112 


1,678 


909 


1,099 


971 


1,548 


464 


1,434 


781 


27 


1,107 


681 


296 


1,336 


1,072 


1,088 


952 


706 


896 


1,292 


953 


1,345 


575 


1,228 


375 


.'8 


790 


635 


355 


881 


1,101 


984 


695 


1,086 


704 


856 


631 


1,206 


316 


982 


371 


29 


711 


545 


76 


933 


721 


684 


520 


245 


665 


858 


557 


985 


428 


736 


90 


in 


140,405 


74,690 


15,180 


131,005 


87,188 


62,975 


99,344 


44,640 


75, 520 


112,389 


78,414 


126,995 


61,755 


107,495 


15,395 


31 


119, 816 


80,550 


2,315 


208,505 


57,205 


43,835 


78,717 




52,293 


160,590 


70,559 


100,815 


80,195 


63,830 


4,330 


32 


1,107 


601 


440 


1,240 


1,007 


685 


947 


1,373 




803 




1,023 


379 


1,194 


676 


33 


1,027 


521 


295 


1,191 


812 


782 


892 


636 


630 






930 


455 


1,113 


345 


34 


459,425 


200,050 


60,975 


506,022 


148,525 


88,190 


393,097 


169,265 


265,928 


394,895 


212,320 


182,195 


468,315 


217,858 


41,465 


35 


442,795 


125,160 


31,720 


609,581 


92,405 


110,242 


482,032 


87,335 


209,656 


594,291 


334,783 


119,315 


716,708 


218,215 


31,170 


36 


275 


300 


240 


385 


660 


486 


240 


766 


226 


286 


245 


600 


110 


630 


526 


17 


200 


125 


120 


270 


180 


110 


190 


375 


100 


175 


240 


190 


60 


250 


100 


18 


350 


100 


70 


390 


121 


50 


285 




135 


191 


270 




75 


235 


50 


H 


165 


45 


5 


110 


30 


15 


131 


25 


51 




65 


35 


40 


40 




40 


91 


15 


5 


56 


6 


24 


78 


16 


46 


66 




41 


40 


37 




41 


26 


16 






10 




23 




26 


34 


10 


2 


54 


2 




42 


1,057 


711 


605 


1,605 


1,482 


1,630 


882 


1,272 


981 


1,204 


841 


1,842 


499 


1,214 


641 


43 


1,157 


790 


450 


1,510 




1,521 


865 


1,441 


1,311 


1,483 


1,023 


1,945 


670 


1,273 


620 


44 


429,791 


291,805 


55,635 


659,756 


314,730 


242,350 


370,390 


182,540 


390,510 


705,595 


206,365 


428,130 


502,820 


329,912 


49,405 


45 


407,531 


242,525 


63,660 


471 ,985 


218,835 


238, 350 


247,420 


184,215 


255,952 


596,974 


277,201 


378,665 


810,841 


307,330 


48,380 


46 


1,107 


BJJ 


335 


1,055 


962 


1,111 


777 


608 


988 


958 


811 


1,263 


409 


1,214 


346 


47 


712 


556 


130 


876 


537 


582 


707 


166 


635 


902 


543 


865 


510 


707 


210 


48 


242,610 


195,395 


13,865 


265,635 


189,120 


123,480 


142,515 


43,665 


217,265 


218,225 


112,865 


257,140 


179,080 


148,535 


24,980 


49 


159,255 


106,425 


9,120 


174,655 


76,765 


84,201 


132,964 


14,655 


128,982 


239,102 


87,863 


1, " 


169,740 


114,060 


24,245 


50 


1,182 


881 


700 


1,373 


1,597 


1,660 


1,080 


1,904 


1,384 


1,179 


981 


1,943 


474 


1,329 


861 


51 


294,200 


221,230 


82,300 


225,039 


306,780 


290,035 


230,942 


228,075 


273,469 


285,379 


165,765 


293,570 


201,675 


274,175 


60,940 


52 


5,512 


4,840 


1,615 


4,032 


6,272 




4,336 


4,451 


5,973 


5,752 


3,036 


6,545 


3,994 


5,006 


1,330 


53 


15,625 


28,468 


4,745 


14,031 


29,877 


. 


11,002 


12,321 


42,298 


29,422 


5,537 


50,978 


20,092 


7,630 


4,097 


54 


270 


:..' 


70 


91 


411 


152 


314 


126 


.>'. 


193 


111 


496 


121 


147 


75 


53 


9,695 


4,745 


1,680 


2,300 


13,555 


3,930 


17,528 


4,827 


8,439 


6,236 


3,155 


16,670 


5,540 


2,105 


2,765 


',., 


30,280 


11,190 


4,470 


5,720 


38,775 


11,350 


49,523 


12,450 


45,459 


16,500 


8,040 


48,485 


16,000 


6,635 


7,775 


57 


5,630 


2,630 


695 


1,285 


6,990 


1,959 


12,880 


2,380 


5,430 


3,595 


1,170 


10,655 


2,765 


1,435 


1,305 


58 


206 


276 


115 


137 


401 




112 


279 


i 


233 


76 


342 


208 


130 


60 


59 


988 


918 


230 


506 


1,180 


794 


527 


588 


952 


849 


278 


784 


1,103 


258 


68 


,,n 


5,235 


6,708 


1,230 


3,133 


6,815 


5,786 


2,660 


2,589 


5,879 


6,015 


1,125 


5,346 


6,030 


1,135 


335 


61 


20 


40 


15 


31 


51 


171 


25 


" 


132 


84 


10 


130 


27 


11 


10 


62 


58 


70 


10 


94 


98 


618 


■■' 


58 


312 


219 


52 


323 


68 


45 


15 


63 


225 


540 


55 


587 


785 


3,001 


430 


285 


1,540 


2,025 


165 


2,155 


315 


165 


60 


64 


460 


746 


495 


427 


1,247 


1,330 


343 


1,223 


1,274 


703 


166 


1,608 


" 


248 


456 


65 


1,171 


2,116 


526 


949 


2,324 


2,786 


814 


1,554 


3,449 


2,242 


250 


4,084 


1,842 


466 


398 


66 


5,200 


13,660 


2,225 


5,936 


17,865 


21,670 


3,856 


6,602 


29,287 


15,810 


1,053 


39,690 


9,745 


1,710 


2,542 


67 


1,116 


571 


575 


1,242 


1,397 


1,170 


949 


1,735 


615 


906 


936 


1,096 


343 


1,274 


715 


68 


3,215 


620 


756 


2,404 


2,184 


1,532 


2,797 


2,132 


704 


1,689 


2,370 


918 


558 


4,122 


800 


,:> 


4,615 


796 


915 


3,955 


2,997 


2,171 


3,611 


2,710 


1,599 


2,253 


3,039 


1,587 


792 


4,505 


980 


70 




51 


40 


6 


40 


101 


15 


•' 




41 


5 


125 


'. 


20 


85 


71 




27 


11 


64 


'' 


114 


!. 


42 


77 


63 




66 


12 


16 


41 


72 




75 


40 


130 


80 


123 


15 


105 


173 


160 


5 


150 


30 


45 


95 


73 


30 


266 


95 


30 


146 


290 


15 


20 


277 


173 


25 


171 


82 


5 


15 


74 


45 


1,024 


75 


26 


388 


306 


45 


14 


460 


614 


75 


291 


399 


5 


12 


75 


385 


6,524 


285 


270 


1,555 


1,930 


320 


50 


3,720 


3,898 


140 


1,995 


3,205 


20 


40 


76 



120 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 6.-FARM LABOR AND SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES: CENSUSES OF 

[Data are based on reports for only 



(For definitions and explanations, 



RoekeacU* 



FARM LABOR 

Week of September 26-October 2: l 

Family and/or hired workers farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

persons 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Family workers, including 

operator farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Operators working 1 or more 

hours persons 1954 . . 

1950.. 

1 to 14 hours persons 1954 . . 

15 or more hours persons 1954 . . 

Unpaid members of operator's 

family farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

persons 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Hired workers farms reporting 1954 . . 

1950.. 

persons 1954 . . 

1950 . . 

Regular workers (employed 150 

or more days) farms reporting 1954 . . 

persons 1954 . . 
Seasonal workers (employed less 

than 150 days) farms reporting 1954 . . 

persons 1954. . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENIiITURES 

Specified farm expenditures 2 farms reporting 1954.. 

1949 . . 

Machine hire and/or hired 

labor farms reporting 1954 . . 

1949 . . 

Machine hire farms reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

dollars 1954 . . 

1949 . . 

Hired labor farms repor ting 1954 . . 

1949 . . 
dollars 1954.. 

1949 . . 

$1 to $99 farms reporting 1954. . 

$100 to $199 farms reporting 1954 . . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting 1954. . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting 1954.. 

$1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting 1954. . 

$2,500 and over farms reporting 1954.. 

Feed for livestock and poultry. .farms reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

dollars 1954.. 

1949 . . 

Gasoline and other petroleum fuel 

and oil farms reporting 1954.. 

1949 . . 
dollars 1954 . . 

1949 . . 

Commercial fertilizer farms reporting 1954 . . 

dollars 1954.. 

tons 1954.. 

acres on which used 1954 . . 

Lime and liming materials farms reporting 1954.. 

tons 1954 . . 

dollars 1954.. 

acres limed 1954 . . 

USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

Crops od which co.sercial fertilizer «as used, 1954: 

Hay and cropland pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other pasture farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Corn farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Tobacco farms reporting 

acres on which used 

Fruits, vegetables, and potatoes farms reporting 

acres on which used 
Other crops farms reporting 

acres on which used 



1,490 
1,465 
3,430 
2,390 



1,230 

1,291 

500,995 

427,644 



1,190 

1' ! . ' 
3,286 



8,065 
27,870 
5,440 



1,125 
2,382 
2,865 



1,407 
1,346 
1,779 
2,284 



1,307 

1,261 

126,545 

180,255 



1,445 
3,920 

1,120 



2,905 
2,642 
3,725 
4,104 



2,815 
2,317 
1,292 
1,523 



2,438 

2,677 

300,830 

376,755 



2,635 
8,556 
1,432 



3,945 
3,931 
6,040 
6,296 



3,571 
1,130 
2,755 

1,210 
1,525 
1,805 
2,155 



2,316 
2,631 
1,390 
1,685 
112,760 
133,745 

1,656 

1,916 

189,690 

291,015 

1,181 

275 

135 



2,166 
2,961 

506,090 
390,710 



1,276 

180, 185 
169, 580 

3,491 
520, 180 
10,951 
52,625 



15,345 
45,355 
7,325 



2,575 
3,708 
23,163 

2,565 
2,992 
3,397 



90,700 
1,579 
2,900 



1,369 
1,432 
2,532 
2,385 



1,137 

1,188 

138,250 

177,785 



1,249 

171, 130 
3,432 
13,961 



5,347 
12,315 
2,449 



1,019 
1,328 
1,627 



3,922 

7,981 
1,584 



1,762 
1,731 
3,155 
2,796 



1,427 

1,281 

318,345 

127,325 



1,767 

359,290 

6,778 

29,742 



7,370 
27,000 
3,900 



1,182 
2,221 
12,342 

1,072 
1,709 
1,827 



x For 1950, "Week pre 



Lig- 



ation." 2 Excludes farms reporting 



ial fertilizer and 1L 



KENTUCKY 

1954 AND 1950; AND USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



121 



a sample of farms . See text] 




























Shelby 


Simpson 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




2,037 


1,375 


1,001 


1,701 


1,536 


1,392 


955 


927 


3,132 


1,846 


1,674 


1,306 


1,831 


872 


812 


1 


2,205 


1,524 


1,079 


1,857 


1,622 


1,236 


943 


908 


3,765 


2,145 


2,097 


1,480 


2,695 


1,189 


942 


2 


1,897 


1,280 


926 


1,606 


1,461 


1,047 


940 


752 


2,827 


1,686 


1,438 


1,115 


1,491 


827 


667 


3 


1,927 


1,305 


1,017 


1,637 


1,413 


1,045 


865 


803 


3,051 


1,886 


1,788 


1,149 


2,116 


880 


840 




4,014 


2,050 


2,121 


2,506 


2,689 


1,706 


1,800 


1,392 


4,646 


3,074 


2,814 


1,827 


2,246 


1,691 


1,564 


5 


3,550 


2,035 


1,899 


2,760 


2,550 


1,936 


1,380 


1,694 


5,200 


3,107 


3,290 


1,704 


3,514 


1,360 


1,777 


6 


1,862 


1,270 


916 


1,601 


1,446 


1,040 


935 


726 


2,776 


1,686 


1,407 


1,109 


1,486 


822 


636 


7 


1,846 


1,275 


997 


1,602 


1,406 


1,029 


860 


773 


2,985 


1,856 


1,773 


1,143 


2,070 


865 


818 


8 


1,842 


1,270 


891 


1,581 


1,435 


1,035 


925 


681 


2,726 


1,641 


1,376 


1,084 


1,446 


822 


611 


9 


1,786 


1,245 


937 


1,497 


1,376 


984 


835 


738 


2,885 


1,766 


1,638 


1,113 


1,825 


775 


778 


10 


421 


250 


150 


550 


s: 


111 


45 


171 


496 


195 


310 


280 


645 


266 


115 


11 


1,421 


1,020 


741 


1,031 


1,350 


924 


880 


510 


2,230 


1,446 


1,066 


804 


801 


556 


496 


12 


636 


320 


335 


445 


452 


207 


415 


211 


620 


565 


566 


287 


460 


381 


175 


13 


516 


320 


380 


560 


372 


356 


305 


212 


857 


595 


820 


280 


950 


330 


252 


14 


877 


420 


545 


675 


693 


317 


595 


295 


845 


900 


876 


383 


710 


677 


205 


15 


761 


38f 


575 


955 


638 


507 


430 


270 


1,243 


855 


1,237 


355 


1,435 


455 


321 


16 


532 


225 


276 


125 


275 


144 


100 


266 


482 


241 


226 


175 


45 


86 


186 


17 


541 


265 


246 


202 


258 


215 


75 


314 


545 


306 


275 


154 


186 


100 


245 


IS 


1,295 


360 


685 


250 


561 


354 


280 


416 


1,075 


533 


562 


360 


90 


192 


748 


19 


1,003 


405 


387 


308 


536 


445 


115 


686 


1,072 


486 


415 


236 


254 


130 


678 


20 


172 


40 


105 


45 


109 


66 


5 


114 


142 


31 


48 


37 


5 


10 


104 


21 


223 


55 


160 


65 


155 


115 


10 


160 


258 


73 


63 


80 


5 


15 


235 


22 


406 


185 


206 


85 


193 


34 


100 


202 


382 


220 




158 


45 


76 


109 


23 


1,072 


305 


525 


185 


406 


239 


270 


256 


817 


460 


499 


280 


85 


177 


513 


24 


2,027 


1,375 


1,001 


1,676 


1,536 


1,392 


955 


922 


3,062 


1,796 


1,673 


1,286 


1,696 


872 


797 


23 


2,038 


1,280 


1,077 


1,632 


1,433 


1,091 


880 


868 


3,196 


1,881 


1,593 


1,261 


2,327 


950 


935 


26 


1,572 


1,075 


881 


1,306 


1,166 


667 


760 


667 


2,227 


1,376 


1,223 


896 


630 


627 


657 


27 


1,682 


1,070 


902 


1,257 


1,073 


666 


640 


673 


2,386 


1,511 


827 


896 


967 


525 


875 


28 


1,212 


905 


581 


1,056 


939 


408 


600 


468 


1,697 


926 


808 


758 


485 


466 


379 


29 


1,269 


895 


641 


877 


746 


509 


390 


478 


1,864 


1,035 


524 


735 


371 


180 


491 


id 


229,905 


134,615 


130,870 


117,300 


137,735 


72,177 


74,760 


152,091 


224,929 


135,420 


62,210 


121,300 


19,495 


15,170 


81,570 


31 


205,008 


177,585 


130,755 


102,213 


121,634 


76,199 


41,530 


171,913 


295,710 


139,825 


90,685 


106,210 


15,566 


10,475 


102,235 


32 


1,362 


655 


696 


941 


786 


487 


525 


507 


1,582 


1,176 


873 


550 


255 


387 


597 


33 


1,462 


800 


802 


1,082 


853 


486 


590 


623 


1,936 


1,306 


691 


606 


771 


485 


840 


34 


764,354 


113, 74C 


307,090 


184,230 


316,140 


199,279 


146,825 


340,675 


457,890 


262,608 


171,035 


179,765 


42,390 


49, 270 


833,510 


i', 


863,790 


289,560 


238,570 


175,488 


361,619 


368,476 


118,320 


744,583 


740,167 


288,635 


168,730 


183,619 


64,000 


61,520 


1,145,542 


i,, 


330 


335 


160 


455 


350 


221 


210 


150 


795 


535 


440 


275 


115 


225 


70 


37 


285 


140 


180 


190 


135 


55 


155 


75 


275 


270 


211 


105 


80 


75 


75 


18 


310 


105 


195 


220 


145 


106 


95 


115 


305 


235 


152 


111 




72 


125 


39 


215 


60 


90 


45 


50 


72 


30 


41 


90 


90 


32 


26 


15 


10 


65 


40 


170 


15 


45 


21 


82 


23 


25 


-'.. 


96 


40 


33 


16 


10 


5 


176 


41 


52 




26 


10 


24 


10 


10 


42 


21 


6 


5 


17 






86 


42 


1,622 


1,090 


781 


1,301 


1,066 


931 


705 


800 


2,482 


1,356 


1,062 


994 


1,376 


590 


385 


43 


1,772 


1,095 


932 


1,297 


1,037 


886 


730 


749 


2,581 


1,686 


1,243 


1,070 


1,676 


855 


679 


44 


1,168,123 


363,985 


491,955 


589,675 


341,957 


190,500 


216,310 


535,240 


817,472 


536,489 


245,455 


356,240 


164,220 


68,045 


219, 930 


45 


1,199,447 


358,260 


375,360 


290,592 


196,624 


186,394 


173,860 


749,870 


721,298 


418,920 


250,195 


288,040 


200,001 


82,705 


374,973 


46 


1,492 


■• 


671 


1,071 


1,181 


1,121 


740 


627 


1,828 


1,171 


723 


900 


•/;■> 


202 


612 


47 


1,243 


875 


612 


762 


818 


556 


485 


612 


1,375 


826 


502 


766 


236 


135 


645 


48 


325,861 


277,390 


208,045 


226,195 


333,019 


248,854 


132,740 


361,615 


426, 148 


168,960 


110,049 


247,740 


38,395 


10,335 


184,790 


49 


333,822 


264,150 


141,625 


145,251 


248,065 


190,257 


64,805 


344,025 


322,754 


105,450 


96,540 


187,130 


14,705 


9,475 


201,505 


50 


1,776 


1,220 


886 


1,591 


1,476 


972 


865 


610 


2,537 


1,491 


1,473 


1,045 


1,185 


681 


772 


51 


533,455 


315,580 


214,015 


365,845 


525,005 


243,340 


194,170 


313,770 


549,213 


246,547 


290,380 


262,575 


61,545 


66,300 


281,531 


52 


10,090 


6,962 


4,020 


7,883 


11,751 


5,027 


3,882 


6,122 


12,398 


4,492 


6,084 


5,386 


1,548 


1,460 


4,968 


53 


32,420 


44,360 


13,691 


36,190 


69,974 


38,863 


12,835 


52,223 


80,596 


. 


28,627 




8,615 


4,125 


16,902 


54 


366 


215 


120 


315 


378 


347 


105 


226 


576 


231 


271 


368 


245 


26 


119 


55 


13,756 


7,560 


4,805 


11,600 


19,180 


26,690 


2,245 


16,018 


23,170 


8,486 


10,965 


16,895 


3,430 


435 


5,795 


56 


61,806 


17,755 


13,830 


38,555 


42,022 


60,168 


6,340 


47,900 


60,545 


22,655 


26,840 


52,940 


12,485 


1,475 


17,626 


57 


6,307 


4,155 


2,720 


6,320 


11,065 


15,165 


1,180 


8,738 


12,420 


5,136 


5,550 


10,235 


3,030 


425 


3,372 


58 


426 


265 


131 


531 


319 


153 


245 


165 


832 


165 


552 


198 


26 


145 


108 


59 




652 


542 


1,549 


1,884 


642 


716 


1,118 


3,132 


405 


1,490 


731 


367 


214 


1,195 


60 


. 


4,640 


2,909 


9,695 


12, 129 


5,357 


3,815 


6,115 


21,992 


2,275 


9,754 


5,948 


2,280 


1,045 


5,706 


61 


85 


60 


30 


46 


75 


26 


35 


20 


105 


6 


91 


70 


60 


15 


40 


...' 


178 


144 


102 


86 


174 


66 


45 


98 


258 


54 


206 


226 


74 


25 


155 


63 


1,215 


1,020 


440 


400 


880 


424 


320 


925 


2,080 


133 


1,488 


1,250 


495 


75 


2,755 


64 


846 


1,035 


426 


1,270 


1,296 


851 


470 


575 


1,981 


526 


1,133 


925 


800 


400 


99 


,,; 


2,404 


3,053 


1,438 


3,062 


5,370 


2,728 


1,030 


3,656 


5,215 


1,185 


2,324 


3,361 


676 


474 


344 


M, 


11,610 


23,165 


7,145 


17,380 


36,543 


27,915 


4,905 


34,717 


42,905 


7,240 


12,564 


31,745 


4,955 


2,050 


1,383 


67 


1,685 


1,080 


816 


1,395 


1,244 


744 


775 


31 


2,086 


1,425 


930 


622 


235 


616 


736 


68 


5,003 


1,281 


1,883 


2,137 


1,886 


1,170 


1,538 


26 


2,070 


2,724 


1,384 


392 


184 


714 


3,114 


,,■) 


6,385 


2,705 


2,587 


2,900 


4,057 


2,732 


1,720 


42 


3,479 


3,830 


1,519 


1,095 


265 


875 


4,838 


70 


10 


35 


5 


25 


70 


15 


175 


10 


150 


5 


168 


25 


525 


50 


5 


71 


34 


22 




41 


70 


14 


252 


2 


130 


8 


128 


20 


236 


20 


1 


72 


35 


50 


15 


135 


110 


15 


635 


10 


240 


5 


245 


115 


625 


50 




73 


106 


■j.', 


15 


370 


308 


126 


125 


239 


480 


30 


155 


200 


20 


15 


30 


74 


364 


1,714 


64 


981 


2, 176 


386 


279 


1,226 


1,556 


74 


574 


630 


14 




154 


75 


1,820 


12,985 


615 


5,795 


15,110 


3,220 


1,555 


10,245 


10,060 


725 


3,490 


5,024 


75 


60 


2,180 


76 



122 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 1 of 2 ) -LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



number 

.farms reporting 

number 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 
L954 . 

: •'. ' . 



Heifers and heifer calves. .. .farms reporting 

Steers and bulls including steer 

and bull calves farms reporting 

number 

Whole milk sold farms reporting 

pounds 

dollars 

Cream sold A farms reporting 

pounds of butterfat 
dollars 

Cows milked, day preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

number of cows 
Milk produced, day preceding 

enumeration gallons 

Butter churned, week preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

pounds 

irses and mules: 

or nules farms reporting 

number 



195C . 
1954. 
1950. 



Horses 



olts, including 



.farms reporting 
number 

Mules and mule colts farms reporting 

number 

Hogs: 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting 

number 

Born before June 1 farms reporting 

number 
Born since June 1 farms reporting 

Sows and gilts farrowing farms reporting 

Between Dec. 1 and June 1.... farms reporting 
number 



.farms reporting 



1954. 

195C . 

1954. 

: 150. 
1954. 
1950. 



L954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1 150. 
1 154. 
1954. 
1954. 
1 154 . 

1954. 
1954. 

1954. 
i •■' - 
1954. 
] I5C . 
1954. 
: 154. 



Sheep 1 year old and over. — farms reporting 1954. 
number 1954. 

Ewes farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Rams and wethers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Lambs under 1 year old farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954. 

Sheep and lambs shorn farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number shorn 1954 . 

1949. 

Wool shorn pounds 1954 . 

1949. 

Averege date of enumeration 1954. 



153,575 

178,186 

1,671,821 

1,651,658 



150,006 
173,968 
919,458 
836,365 
137,099 
166,027 
556,491 



35,549 
1, ire, 141,860 
865,342,437 

41,7: ..-•--" 



■ . 



. : 



19,942 
50,021 
6,111,717 
14,123,829 
2,606,821 
7,180,507 



104,371 
149,586 
209,384 
357,834 



199,427 
58,405 
81,345 

101,695 

15e,407 



100,101 
130,805 
1,059,766 
1,530,337 
84,514 
441,773 
53,200 
617,993 

42,915 
189,462 
31,49b 
67,179 
98,372 
195,478 
30,840 
91,090 



12,053 
13,983 
535,823 
981,783 

11,706 
450,565 
11,392 
13,472 
426,130 
474,146 
9,762 
10,178 
24,435 
32,454 
5,847 
85,258 

11,408 
13,659 
470,192 
511,439 
3,123,032 
3,255,535 

11/14-11/20 



2,337 
2,641 
18,577 
16,682 



2,319 
2,611 
11,685 
9,708 
2,240 
2,487 
9,540 
8,799 

1,215 



13,132,149 

2,046,701 

433,852 

76,220 

812 
1,572 
291,210 
404,737 
121,427 
202,116 



1,587 
2,173 
3,214 

5,044 



1,153 
1,572 
2,228 
3,244 



1,600 
2,082 
13,626 
16,091 
1,385 
5,690 
873 
7,936 



1,138 
1,200 
2,197 



1,057 
1,258 
6,407 
7,210 



1,824 
1,955 
16,262 
12,939 



1,786 
1,938 
10,045 
7,116 
1,706 
1,871 
7,303 
6,282 

959 



13,614,358 

5,754,847 

419,967 

219,054 



32,783 
103,676 
13,405 
49,290 



5,051 
7,106 



1,195 
1,590 

3,938 



1,146 
1,529 
2,381 



14,106 
17,764 
1,125 
5,848 



1,084 
1,255 
2,579 



2,621 
2,683 
15,652 

16,002 



1 


• 


12 


176 


14 


116 




946 


1 


•: 


8 


156 


8 


376 




1 1 , g 


1 




7 




7 


649 



4,4 I ,21 I 

19,680,240 

789,606 

673,197 



13,635 
44,663 
5,586 
22,184 



5,066 
7,525 



2,623 
4,122 

14,175 
22,933 



857 


2,975 


1,084 


3,606 


15,900 


34,197 


15,463 


34,363 


825 


2,928 


1,049 


3,552 


8,337 


21,945 


6,578 


18,871 


599 


2,792 


984 


3,430 


4,252 


17,770 


5,190 


17,027 


671 


1,561 


5,229 


7,990 



15,420,025 

9,280,357 

589,495 



52,430 
251,594 

23,716 
128,796 



2,890 
6,301 



4,262 

. , . 

1,705 

45,511,980 

26,219,088 

1,443,602 

981,345 

224 
1,091 
54,253 
358,177 
23,493 
173,464 



658 
1,267 
1,025 
2,372 
1,624 
2,163 
3,149 
4,804 



1,839 
2,764 
20,188 
33,793 
1,532 
8,610 
1,071 
11,578 



2,083 
2,324 
13,910 
15,883 



1,069 
1,361 
6,397 
6,691 
1,008 
1,288 
4,226 
5,390 

529 



5,094,059 

3,641,960 

163,020 

142,078 



2,118 
3,974 



1,184 
1,678 
3,069 



1,010 
1,191 
2,354 



1,014 
5,562 
8,496 



3,412 
4,124 
20,767 
22,871 



281,737 
401,702 
14,498 
17,309 



1,751 

570 
2,158 



KENTUCKY 



123 



PRODUCTS; CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 

and poultry, see text and State Table 12] 



Bour^r. 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 




1,073 


544 


795 


1,033 


1,781 


1,675 


644 


1,240 


1,032 


1,768 


747 


747 


595 


1,714 


2,272 


1 


1,221 


588 


898 


1,126 


2,171 


1,981 


888 


1,568 


1,099 


2,206 


881 


851 


652 


1,751 


2,621 


2 


24,497 


6,184 


13,292 


11,550 


3,986 


26,030 


10,804 


12,129 


16,442 


13,978 


9,292 


12,492 


7,097 


9,955 


16,931 


3 


22,837 


6,127 


15,204 


12,995 


5,250 


23,099 


11,416 


10,874 


14,539 


13,000 


9,957 


13,964 


7,249 


9,119 


15,586 


4 


1,040 


516 


784 


1,019 


1,752 


1,658 


619 


1,221 


1,002 


1,706 


691 


731 


567 


1,674 


2,246 


5 


1,186 


554 


883 


1,110 


2,105 


1,966 


668 


1,553 


1,068 


2,170 


829 


833 


641 


1,711 


2,595 


6 


10,657 


3,293 


7,453 


7,058 


2,622 


13,712 


5,868 


6,629 


8,607 


7,409 


4,785 


6,354 


4,248 


5,831 


10,440 


7 


8,912 


3,210 


6,872 


7,121 


3,179 


11,890 


6,268 


5,808 


6,584 


6,651 


5,320 


5,132 


4,155 


5,087 


8,964 


8 


905 


457 


696 


937 


1,711 


1,470 


567 


1,081 


874 


1,572 


613 


599 


502 


1,603 


2,118 


9 


1,135 


516 


832 


1,078 


2,065 


1,871 


845 


1,476 


992 


2,109 


765 


763 


613 


1,658 


2,499 


10 


3,140 


2,138 


3,211 


5,812 


2,501 


5,627 


4,017 


3,742 


4,483 


5,246 


4,212 


3,221 


3,198 


4,186 


7,715 


11 


4,201 


2,564 


3,889 


6,090 


3,003 


7,346 


5,410 


5,110 


4,579 


5,653 


4,846 


3,459 


3,639 


4,532 


7,995 


12 


504 


335 


389 


659 


- 68 


1,093 


433 


809 


651 


1,059 


567 


602 


283 


888 


1,227 


13 


5,127 


2,057 


2,555 


3,133 


1,097 


7,064 


2,848 


3,637 


3,824 


4,647 


3,387 


3,806 


1,584 


2,994 


4,709 


14 


533 


199 


325 


414 


157 


793 


351 


491 


559 


605 


417 


458 


231 


429 


541 


15 


8,713 


834 


3,284 


1,359 


267 


5,254 


2,088 


1,813 


4,011 


1,922 


1,120 


2,332 


1,265 


1,130 


1,782 


16 


110 


102 


302 


682 


19 


65 


158 


87 


239 


684 


278 


209 


232 


61 


448 


17 


101 


108 


332 


670 


46 


79 


182 


106 


109 


783 


365 


273 


201 


116 


363 


18 


7,695,490 


7,127,500 


7,039,839 


17,957,920 


385,243 


3,954,261 


13,765,902 


2,055,602 


9,152,766 


14,930,456 


19,497,281 


7,738,480 


8,106,758 


2,037,716 


7,128,957 


19 


3,425,287 


7,1/12,187 


5,048,380 


15,301,983 


456,794 


1,198,079 


10,769,764 


1,346,037 


5,014,903 


8,638,146 


18,322,081 


5,413,942 


5,404,755 




2,848,135 


20 


280,607 


318,558 


225,903 


584,608 


17,019 


148,978 


496,416 


69,868 


347,361 


594,340 


645,117 


294,582 


276,407 


89,758 


239,290 


21 


152,420 


331,761 


243,546 


561,147 


18,745 


52,239 


421,915 


50,413 


191,971 


371,987 


736,084 


186,194 


222,632 


78,184 


99,298 


22 


199 


19 


50 


139 


5 


445 


152 


113 


266 


193 


92 


65 


80 


201 


648 


23 


497 


49 


145 


384 


19 


980 


353 


563 


505 


779 


213 


278 


361 


405 


1,031 


24 


51,590 


5,379 


12,01/1 


47,926 


667 


121,346 


83,061 


28,629 


129,068 


48,580 


41,081 


26,003 


44,806 


44,299 


176,643 


25 


103,909 


20,574 


38,447 


128,558 


2,257 


242,800 


177,230 


119,071 


277,800 


149,843 


89,329 


84,912 


139,932 


58,349 


239,321 


26 


22,387 


2,323 


5,195 


21,686 


338 


51,761 


33,238 


11,833 


56,846 


21,803 


16,798 


10,509 


19,542 


16,980 


70,626 


27 


55,151 


11,183 


19,762 


64,530 


1,260 


121,254 


91,911 


59,134 


146,014 


74,179 


44,116 


40,199 


71,790 


33,192 


119,181 


26 


854 


429 


659 


889 


1,636 


1,394 


517 


1,029 


617 


1,459 


550 


536 


470 


1,520 


.'.■ 1 1 


29 


2,415 


1,468 


2,21'' 


4,010 


2,119 


3,105 


2,827 


2,061 


3,055 


3,997 


2,939 


2,062 


2,170 


2,654 


4,913 


in 


5,139 


2,998 


3,804 


6,635 


3,988 


5,287 


6,247 


3,248 


5,269 


7,553 


6,967 


3,991 


3,789 


4,570 


6,966 


31 


400 


220 


161 


63 


1,212 


750 


102 


596 


295 


486 


68 


122 


54 


1,107 


1,032 


32 


878 


608 


462 


147 


3,917 


1,663 


338 


1,412 


718 


936 


179 


215 


L02 


2,943 


2,183 


33 


473 


313 


522 


861 


1,382 


1,257 


410 


8a 


705 


1,219 


505 


514 


465 


1,311 


1,301 


34 


835 


432 


711 


1,086 


1,873 


1,765 


790 


1,370 


935 


1,677 


746 


761 


641 


1,528 


1,934 


'•' 


2,172 


541 


1,400 


1,779 


1,844 


2,643 


883 


1,666 


1,516 


2,101 


990 


1,079 


984 


2,J17 


2,430 


36 


3,561 


818 


2,320 


2,654 


2,758 


4,813 


2,054 


3,653 


2,388 


3,928 


1,689 


2,217 


1,680 


3,002 


4,255 


37 


391 


250 


410 


819 


426 


659 


266 


339 


344 


496 


466 


351 


421 


696 


746 


16 


752 


376 


575 


1,056 


748 


1,160 


627 


808 


565 


722 


693 


598 


584 


961 


1,278 


19 


1,894 


386 


964 


1,660 


491 


1,088 


486 


535 


582 


665 


890 


611 


841 


1,026 


1,182 


40 


3,044 


630 


1,525 


2,511 


958 


2,349 


1,345 


1,613 


937 


1,207 


1,509 


1,262 


1,408 


1,565 


2,435 


41 


140 


91 


212 


70 


1,017 


843 


231 


583 


511 


862 


65 


255 


87 


732 


688 


42 


228 


103 


316 


89 


1,300 


1,180 


360 


957 


704 


1,439 


116 


428 


146 


765 


900 


43 


278 


155 


436 


119 


1,353 


1,555 


397 


1,131 


934 


1,436 


100 


468 


143 


1,291 


1,248 


44 


517 


188 


795 


143 


1,800 


2,464 


709 


2,040 


1,451 


2,721 


180 


955 


272 


1,437 


1,820 


-• 


617 


306 


420 


465 


1,408 


1,158 


455 


817 


847 


1,366 


396 


507 


332 


1,143 


1,436 


.... 


904 


324 


631 


624 


1,715 


1,597 


746 


1,244 


933 


1,585 


501 


755 


477 


1,247 


1,816 




15,111 


1,782 


7,462 


2,644 


3,740 


12,924 


8,115 


11,419 


11,137 


8,705 


2,773 




3,469 


3,138 


8,721 


48 


24,666 


1,428 


13,165 


4,103 


4,424 


17,992 


14,666 


15,501 


16,502 


12,794 


4,360 


. 


7,014 


3,418 


11,294 


.;•> 


557 


228 


368 


404 


1,163 


1,007 


372 


630 


762 


1,214 


349 


478 


239 


943 


1,164 


50 


5,960 


769 


2,821 


1,534 


2,250 


5,026 


3,439 


4,138 


4,285 


4,244 


1,465 


4,601 


1,707 


1,881 


4,025 


5] 


399 


142 


257 


155 


532 


667 


329 


580 


515 


531 


136 


397 


204 


434 


702 


52 


9,151 


1,013 


4,641 


1,110 


1,490 


7,898 


4,676 


7,281 


6,852 


4,461 


1,308 


7,968 


1,762 


1,257 


4,696 


53 


439 


54 


233 


140 


206 


643 


295 


519 


480 


436 


125 


428 


181 


153 


572 


54 


3,204 


283 


1,389 


448 


398 


2,336 


1,543 


2,016 


1,947 


1,409 


570 


2,454 




379 


1,562 


55 


365 


30 


171 


112 


103 


450 


220 


382 


343 


334 


99 


346 


131 


101 


418 


56 


655 


59 


379 


249 


314 


1,026 


492 


782 


697 


848 


210 


644 


327 


136 


743 


57 


1,785 


130 


699 


275 


212 


1,131 


847 


951 


940 


756 


360 


1,286 


456 


217 


925 


58 


2,829 


162 


1,632 


499 


399 


2,510 


1,674 


2,031 


2,246 


1,678 


406 


2,442 


929 


210 


1,339 


VI 


292 


41 


187 


75 


149 


491 


206 


412 


363 


309 


96 


353 


129 


107 


346 


60 


1,419 


153 


690 


173 


186 


1,207 


696 


1,067 


1,007 


653 


210 


1,168 


273 


162 


637 


.,1 


504 


24 


226 


21 


1/4 


144 


43 


30 


80 


26 


34 


39 


45 


11 


106 


62 


487 


16 


276 


26 


29 


156 


43 


38 


43 


21 


32 


54 


79 


11 


139 


63 


50,705 


837 




540 


164 


4,532 


1,135 


538 


4,009 


826 


619 


1,023 


1,445 


177 


3,480 


64 


81,084 


588 


29,559 


1,207 


347 


6,471 


1,430 


1,022 


2,716 


836 


985 


2,324 


3,756 


223 


7,110 


65 


500 


21 


220 


21 


13 


142 


41 


26 


76 


24 


33 


38 


44 


11 


103 


66 


40,498 


463 


11,907 


445 


97 


4,106 


882 


446 


3,560 


660 


541 


863 


1,197 


159 


3,056 


67 


493 


21 


215 


21 


10 


141 


41 


28 


76 


24 


33 


36 


44 


10 


100 


68 


467 


16 


265 


26 


27 


154 


37 


38 


42 


20 


31 


54 


75 


8 


136 


69 


38,577 


438 


11,419 


424 


84 


3,960 


846 


422 


3,405 


621 


514 


801 


1,144 


151 


2,913 


70 


38,459 


299 


14,002 


598 


188 


3,164 


741 


490 


1,498 


431 


473 


1,188 


1,760 


108 


3,603 


'-'1 


474 


9 


207 


17 


9 


102 


24 


21 


67 


19 


23 


30 


29 


7 


87 


72 


420 


10 


184 


19 


20 


98 


28 


22 


33 


16 


23 


46 


60 


6 




','( 


1,921 


25 


488 


21 


13 


148 


34 


24 


155 


39 


27 


62 


53 


6 


143 


74 


2,755 


26 


732 


40 


39 


246 


35 


38 


99 


27 


36 


82 


223 


11 


177 


75 


232 


12 


74 


13 


10 


58 


26 


22 


43 


18 


11 


22 


29 




61 


76 


10,207 


374 


1,669 


95 


67 


424 


253 


92 


449 


166 


78 


160 


248 


18 


424 


77 


500 


19 


223 


20 


9 


139 


38 


28 


'. 


22 


24 


36 


44 


9 


101 


78 


475 


15 


265 


30 


21 


159 


36 


39 


35 


16 


33 


50 


75 


5 


136 


'/■i 


41,166 


500 


11,733 




97 


3,787 


1,152 


460 


3,244 


670 


538 


943 


1,235 


130 


3,314 


HI 


39,979 


291 


14,276 


679 


189 


3,476 


824 


541 


1,340 


460 


562 


1,029 


2,055 


108 


3,700 


HI 


288,584 


2,884 


82,424 


2,966 


395 


27,306 


7,157 


2,926 


23,850 


4,175 


2,934 


6,286 


7,083 


1,191 


21,241 


82 


277,385 


1,502 


95,723 


5,461 


716 


22, 146 


4,999 


3,414 


9,737 


3,353 


3,259 


6,640 


12,819 


421 


22,283 


83 


11/21-11/2 


? 11/21-11/2 


11/7-11/13 


ll/ZL-ll/Z 


ll/14-ll/2( 


11/21-11/27 


11/14 -11/2C 


11/21-11/2' 


11/14 -11/2C 


U/14-11/2C 


11/28-11/30 


11/21-11/27 


11/7-11/13 


U/14-11/20 


11/14-11/20 


34 



124 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 1 of 2 ) .-LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 



and explanations, 



Clinton Cr 



Cumberland Dav: 



Edmonson Elliott Estill 



.farms reporting 
number 



number 

.farms reporting 

number 



1954. 

1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



L954 . 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Heifers and heifer calves ... .farms reporting 
number 

Steers and bulls including steer 

and bull calves farms reporting 

number 

Whole milk sold farms reporting 

pounds 

dollars 



sold farms reporting 

pounds of butterfat 
dollars 



Cows milked, day preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

number of cows 
Milk produced, day preceding 

enumeration gallons 

Butter churned, week preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

pounds 

Horses and/or mules farms reporting 

number 



1954. 
1949. 

1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954 . 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Mules and mule colts farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Hogs and pigs farms reporting 

Born before June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Born since June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Sows and gilts farrowing farms reporting 

number 
Between Dec. 1 and June 1.... farms reporting 

number 

After June 1 farms reporting 



1 154 . 
1950. 
1954. 

1954. 
1 154. 
1954. 

1954. 

: ■ .. . 

'. ':■, . 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
I 354 . 



1954. 
1950. 

number 1954. 
1950. 

Sheep 1 year old and over farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954 . 

Ewes farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Rams and wethers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Lambs under 1 year old farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954. 

Sheep and lambs shorn farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number shorn 1954 . 

1949. 

Wool shorn pounds 1954. 

1949. 

Average date of enumeration 1954 . 



1,648 
2,048 
34,783 
32 , 577 



1,602 
2.011 
16,539 
14,041 
1,295 
1,876 
6,730 
8,424 



15,601,474 

12,812,553 

557,830 

500,221 



1,185 
1,757 
2,519 



1,499 
1,817 
3,311 



1,359 
1,813 

28,185 

36,368 
1,204 

11,125 
938 

17,060 



9,251 
7,204 
74,189 
55,340 



1,039 
1,186 
9,457 
9,826 
888 
1,145 
3,309 
5,368 



79,860 
112,740 
37,900 



2,160 
3,844 



2,518 

254 

3,359 



9,269 


17,994 


6,405 


19,890 


140 


257 


128 


306 


574 


1,194 


401 


2,019 



21,242 
23,400 
135,021 
152,048 



1,965 
2,174 
4,011 
3,821 
1,912 
2,108 
3,355 
3,481 

676 



-i 3,81 
144,614 
21,738 
7,235 



6,646 
17,418 
2,745 
8,628 



4,211 
1,543 



1,435 
1,906 
2,205 
3,166 



1.199 
1,594 
1,786 
2,528 



1,277 
1,731 
4,903 
7,253 



1,154 
1,168 
8,778 
6,794 



1,138 
1,147 
5,521 
3,954 
1,021 
1,115 
3,340 
3,284 

544 



3,001,310 
880,387 
101,528 
33,917 



2,068 
3,352 



1,000 
1,553 
2,314 



785 

934 
4,904 
6,713 

600 
2,140 

452 
2,764 

335 
798 



1,001 
1,228 
15,327 
14,190 



3,026,142 

1,210,971 

100,522 

46,876 



77,038 
170,850 
35,121 
90,437 



2,103 
3,202 



1,047 
1,385 
3,173 



1,104 
13,786 
21,409 



1,423 
1,086 
9,729 



1,138 
1,323 

9,017 
8,121 



1,128 
1,310 
5,613 
4,344 
1,070 
1,259 
3,931 
3,650 



,571,100 
716,085 
149,289 
26, 318 



48,119 
90,225 
19,913 
42,332 



1,045 
1,611 
2,479 



1,197 
10,103 
13,712 



2,213 
12,434 
11,581 
1,522 
2,103 
5,333 
8,021 



50,002 
205,552 

21,733 
105,326 



1,450 
3,898 

8,149 



1,315 
1,145 
2,661 
757 
1,220 
1,299 
2,511 



- - , »5 
34,421 
1,149 
7,981 



1,185 
1,719 
4,306 



1,841 
1,843 

14,578 
13,755 



1,079 
1,227 
9,404 
9,164 



1,066 
1,198 
5,758 
4,914 
1,006 
1,171 
4,281 



19,142 
96,307 
7,935 
48,880 



1,042 
1,419 
2,531 



147,430 
94,296 
6,137 



2,802 
5,567 
1,411 
2,990 



1,373 
2,056 



KENTUCKY 



125 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry, 


see text and 


State Table 


12] 


























w,.. 


Fleming 


n^ 


Fran^n 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Graven 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin 


Harlan 




850 


1,632 


2,053 


873 


508 


417 


1,398 


1,276 


2,730 


1,948 


1,683 


1,161 


605 


2,069 


662 


1 


1,052 


1,727 


2,295 


1,067 


598 


437 


1,617 


1,401 


3,275 


2,355 


2,034 


1,267 


729 


2,271 


721 


2 


25,992 


21,825 


5,283 


11,850 


12,655 


4,957 


17,990 


15,181 


27,074 


18,373 


15,244 


7,443 


6,836 


29,751 


1,916 


3 


25,437 


21,773 


5,743 


13,024 


10,851 


5,074 


20,946 


15,656 


26,102 


17,382 


15,675 


7,299 


6,155 


25,846 


1,890 


4 


786 


1,612 


1,971 


861 


485 


410 


1,382 


1,241 


2,615 


1,916 


1,669 


1,139 


592 


2,018 


626 


5 


1,000 


1,705 


2,230 


1,051 


574 


436 


1,588 


1,389 


3,156 


2,331 


2,010 


1,221 


714 


2,223 


693 


6 


10,860 


13,016 


3,044 


6,683 


5,509 


3,109 


10,460 


8,803 


14,722 


10,262 


10,035 


3,746 


2,751 


15,625 


1,113 


7 


9,687 


11,633 


3,231 


6,438 


4,162 


2,875 


9,992 


8,956 


13,038 


9,381 


9,186 


3,644 


2,516 


12,559 


1,134 


6 


670 


1,485 


1,939 


746 


375 


. 


1,245 


1,120 


2,178 


1,783 


1,591 


1,043 


515 


1,835 


593 


9 


951 


1,619 


2,166 


999 


515 


417 


1,526 


1,330 


3,044 


2,222 


1,916 


1,160 


684 


2,115 


663 


10 


2,994 


7,628 


2,871 


3,214 


1,830 


2,469 


4,842 


6,312 


10,016 


6,765 


7,567 


2,464 


1,212 


8,459 


798 


11 


5,214 


8,922 


3,025 


4,503 


2,550 


2,573 


7,642 


7,554 


11,729 


7,656 


7,801 


2,975 


1,682 


9,537 


985 


12 


497 


827 


812 


482 


379 


263 


578 


863 


1,742 


1,178 


786 


685 


375 


1,323 


250 


13 


6,892 


3,776 


1,590 


2,945 


3,427 


1,402 


3,379 


4,499 


8,854 


5,096 


3,302 


2,372 


1,812 


8,328 


524 


14 


433 


781 


371 


396 


345 


192 


528 


604 


:- 


783 


563 


377 


228 


962 


110 


15 


8,240 


5,033 


649 


2,222 


3,719 


446 


4,151 


1,879 


3,498 


3,015 


1,907 


1,325 


2,273 


5,798 


279 


16 


• 


663 


113 


219 


106 


213 


638 


540 




179 


i; 


39 


4 


272 


51 


17 


136 


651 


146 


225 


146 


126 


515 


360 






116 


66 


22 


283 


118 


16 


10,328,438 


19,529,498 


322,064 


6,323,306 


4,677,042 


7,705,342 


8,823,429 


19,516,483 


31,686,828 


7,730,806 


7,146,418 


1,447,437 


123,960 


10.85S.476 


234,230 


19 


12,758,309 


13,721,241 


284,322 


5,819,631 


4,982,766 


4,338,224 


6,554,256 


12,632,711 


27,110,814 


3,231,396 


1,505,490 


1,324,837 


276,303 


6,669,443 


831,598 


20 


420,685 


586,012 


16,430 


224,089 


174,005 


250,679 


276,733 


680,934 


1,279,968 


292,644 


240,684 


53,883 


6,946 


382,450 


13,045 


21 


542,796 


501,030 


16,834 


237,423 


215,440 


166,008 


261,316 


490, 164 


997,493 


124,001 


52,130 


57,254 


11,544 


283,186 


50,409 


22 


93 


395 


16 


104 


29 


71 


167 


215 


104 


366 


753 


134 


56 


547 


22 


23 


217 


665 


27 


341 


101 


225 


415 


627 


538 


884 


1,349 


260 


281 


1,069 


11 


24 


26,789 


95,591 


3,338 


24,463 


10,640 


18,416 


26,759 


49,583 


42,976 


127,615 


221,053 


29,327 


15,057 


216,393 


2,739 


25 


63,962 


162,783 


1,033 


85,540 


42,786 


88,859 


91,229 


226,488 


112,927 


178,577 


333,140 


52,553 


51,190 


364,341 


1,127 


26 


11,608 


39,869 


1,705 


10,008 


5,140 


7,748 


10,922 


20,837 


18,543 


50,683 


92,734 


13,535 


6,476 


92,805 


1,453 


27 


33,662 


82,330 


605 


42,281 


21,457 


42,990 


45,798 


116,520 


57,459 


68,129 


166,674 


29,036 


26,353 


188,425 


624 


.'8 




1,401 


1,775 


665 




355 




1,006 


2,062 


1,682 


1,540 


966 


500 


1,709 


533 


.••] 


2,261 


5,963 


2,250 


1,980 


1,102 


1,669 


3,164 


4,193 


7,582 


4,153 


4,910 


1,722 


781 


4,966 


649 


(ii 


5,525 


8,179 


3,978 


3,621 


2,062 


3,095 


4,613 


7,834 


13,906 


7,220 


6,817 


2,500 




8,824 




31 


272 




1,263 


194 


lit 


53 


336 


256 


384 


1,141 






138 


735 


427 


32 


713 


1,121 


3,769 


456 


302 


141 


687 


503 


845 


2,226 


1,665 


1,425 


283 


1,570 


1,801 


33 


478 




1,402 


688 


274 


362 


928 


1,048 


1,928 


1,446 


1,181 


824 


458 


1,305 


416 


34 


814 




1,841 


1,009 


549 


420 


1,247 




2,972 


2,103 


1,594 


1,139 


687 


1,884 


532 


35 


5,982 


2,064 


1,834 


1,674 


713 


772 


2,319 


2,285 


3,568 


2,869 


2,485 


1,350 


847 


2,449 


535 


36 


7,068 


3,349 


2,599 


2,981 


1,793 


1,162 


3,651 


3,277 


7,091 


4,942 


3,936 


2,092 


1,616 


4,578 


888 


37 


404 


864 


708 


610 


141 


303 


559 


926 


939 


889 


391 


502 


215 


785 


207 


38 


669 


1,210 


936 


930 


240 


377 


886 




1,863 


1,521 


666 


824 


497 


1,456 


332 


39 


5,626 


1,638 


831 


1,405 


254 


617 


1,118 


1,891 


1,393 


1,526 


606 


713 


342 


1,327 


272 


40 


6,133 


2,753 


1,212 


2,525 


464 


959 


1,996 


2,824 






1,132 


1,331 


951 


2,838 


623 


41 


144 


238 


767 


162 


191 


99 


585 


225 






949 


370 


285 


663 


224 


42 


331 


308 


1,033 




457 


106 


744 


229 


1,988 


1,003 


1,286 


417 


357 


883 


224 


43 


356 


426 


1,003 


269 


459 


135 


1,201 


394 




1,343 


1,879 


637 


505 


1,122 


263 


.;.. 


935 


596 


1,387 


456 


1,329 


203 


1,655 




3,842 


1,989 


2,804 


761 


665 


1,740 


265 


45 


398 


938 


1,594 


413 


456 


227 


796 


550 


1,737 




1,268 


854 


453 


1,559 


479 


46 


596 


1,066 


1,445 


621 


558 


311 


1,060 


777 


2,616 


1,843 


1,587 


961 


582 


1,891 


561 


47 


6,502 


7,561 


4,920 


4,298 


14,271 


1,540 


9,403 


2,847 


21,364 




10,949 


3,393 


4,338 


24,974 


1,581 


48 


13,700 


9,491' 


3,890 


8,149 


18,317 


3,017 


13,106 


5,339 


35,030 


17,131 




3,573 


6,670 


31,534 


1,718 


49 


333 


832 


1,316 


330 


414 


213 


665 


473 


1,475 


1,121 


1,146 


669 


406 


1,285 


349 


50 


2,834 


3,676 


2,664 


1,849 


4,930 


913 


3,667 


1,581 


8,132 


4,874 


5,068 


1,569 


2,015 


10,676 


.-: . 


51 


242 


414 


686 


218 


355 


64 


449 


195 


1,028 


868 


600 


434 


201 


1,002 


232 


52 


3,668 


3,885 


2,256 




9,341 


627 


.5,736 


1,266 


13,232 


8,552 


5,661 


1,824 


2,323 


14,296 


779 


53 


233 


406 


271 


149 


346 






230 


909 


689 


605 


196 


159 


890 


67 


54 


1,380 


1,335 


556 


796 


2,774 


259 


1,784 


484 


3,602 


2,369 


1,796 


542 


799 


4,457 


177 


55 


200 


299 


148 


119 


288 


56 


338 


180 




477 


425 


116 


128 


705 


34 


:,, 


395 


562 


206 


367 


443 


191 


615 


401 


1,826 


1,101 


863 


228 


326 


1,249 


105 


57 


752 


749 


297 


433 


1,490 


167 


935 


296 




1,121 


936 


278 


455 


2,348 


93 


58 


1,666 


1,315 


303 


1,097 


2,347 


406 


1,632 




4,799 


2,232 


1,718 


399 


979 


4,033 


141 


59 


147 


265 


194 


93 


266 


36 


321 


110 


678 


530 


416 


161 


120 


632 


52 


60 


628 


586 


259 


363 


1,264 


92 


849 


168 


1,945 


1,248 


662 


264 


344 


2,109 


84 


61 


204 


171 


56 


135 


72 


36 


208 


295 




222 


58 




10 


295 


10 


62 


229 


185 


44 


165 


62 


42 


262 


330 


79 


293 






10 


349 


8 


r, 1 


19,664 


5,684 


616 


7,874 


4,825 


1,021 


6,781 


9,599 


2,611 


4,698 


1,253 




517 


9,707 


238 


...'. 


35,058 


10,378 


543 


11,271 


4,923 


2,056 


19,543 


17,929 


3,369 


9,977 


2,870 


'' 


276 




77 


'''' 


196 


163 


52 


129 


71 


35 


206 


290 


81 


212 


58 




10 


291 


7 


,,.. 


16,281 


5,163 


475 


6,361 


4,083 


932 


7,856 


8,127 


2,068 


3,952 


1,001 




368 


7,990 


92 


1 


191 


161 


50 


127 


69 


35 


205 


286 


77 


204 


58 




10 


280 


7 


i,H 


214 


183 


38 


156 


61 


39 


273 


324 


76 


289 


71 


2 


10 


338 


7 


,.', 


15,378 


4,935 


426 


6,033 


3,753 


888 


7,468 


7,734 


1,984 


3,770 


935 




357 


7,529 


80 


70 


16,212 


5,275 


257 


5,224 


2,541 


986 


9,369 


8,832 


1,700 


4,832 


1,413 


26 


148 


8,155 


36 


71 


169 


140 


40 


102 


64 


29 


190 


245 


60 


140 


43 




9 


245 




72 


190 


131 


22 


122 


54 


29 


212 


232 


63 


180 


46 


1 


9 


234 


5 


" 1 


903 


228 


49 


328 


330 


44 


368 


393 


104 


182 


66 




11 


461 


12 


74 


1,174 


342 


65 


422 


222 


90 


788 


556 


149 


294 


97 




12 


752 


14 


" 


107 


77 


38 


74 


45 


16 


86 




56 


110 


35 




7 


144 


6 


■/< 


3,383 


521 




1,513 


742 


89 


925 


1,472 


523 


746 


252 




149 


1,717 


146 


77 


188 


163 


24 


133 


65 


34 


207 


290 


69 


206 


51 




10 


291 


6 


78 


217 


195 


32 


166 


64 


41 


286 


333 


77 


292 


73 




10 


347 


3 


80 


16,247 


5,107 


342 


6,177 


4,274 


657 


8,193 


8,502 


2,187 


4,302 


1,084 




241 


8,410 


80 


17,238 


6,084 


320 


6,266 


2,698 


1,048 


10,059 


9,902 


1,690 


5,253 


1,413 


28 


156 


8,980 


34 


81 
92 
83 


110,934 


30,027 


1,726 


49,626 


27,142 


5,010 


50, 888 


48,684 


14,265 


27,950 


7,253 




1,919 


61,082 


489 


115,399 


32,707 


1,078 


39, 176 


19,522 


6,235 


56,831 


53,924 


10,783 


33,676 


9,279 


148 


933 


61, 526 


166 


11/28-11/30 


11/14-11/20 


11/7-11/13 


11/21-11/27 


1I/21-H/2' 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/28-11/30 


11/14-11/20 


11/14-11/20 


11/7-11/13 


11/21-11/2' 


11/14-11/33 


ll/'-ll/13 


ll/Sl-ll}^' 


84 



126 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 1 of 2 ) —LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 



Jefferson Jessamine 



farms reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cows, including heifers that 

have calved farms reporting 1954 

1950 

number 1954 

1950 

Milk cows farms reporting 1954 

1950 



Heifers and heifer calves far 

Steers and bulls including steer 



Whole milk sold farms reporting 1954 

1949 

pounds 1954 

1949 

dollars 1954 

1949 

Cream sold farms reporting 1954 

1949 

pounds of butterfat 1954 

1949 

dollars 1954 

1949 

Cows milked, day preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 1954 . 

number of cows 1954 . 
Milk produced, day preceding 

gallons 1954 . 

churned, week preceding 

ation farms reporting 1954. 

and/or mules farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954 . 
1950. 






Mules and mule colt 



.farms rep, ir 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954, 

1950. 



logs and pigs farms reporting 1954 

1950 

number 1954 

1950 

Born before June 1 farms reporting 1954 

number 1954 

Born since June 1 farms reporting 1954 

number 1954 

lows and gilts farrowing farms reporting 1954 

number 1954 

Between Dec. 1 and June 1.... farms reporting 1954 

1950 

number 1954 

1950 

After June 1 farms reporting 1954 

number 1954 

Sheep and wool: 

Sheep and lambs farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Sheep 1 year old and over farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954. 

Ewes farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Rams and wethers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Lambs under 1 year old farms reporting 1954 . 

number 1954. 

Sheep and lambs shorn farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number shorn 1954. 

1949. 

Wool shorn pounds 1954 . 

1949. 

Average date of enumeration 1954. 



1,512 
1,636 
11,167 
10, 315 
1,324 
1,532 
4,906 
6,051 

784 



9,810,269 

5,505,197 

310,252 

209,424 



92,291 
182,013 
40,474 
95,375 



1,340 

1,657 
3,158 



24,341 
27,421 
147,398 
159,766 



1,958 
2,280 
21,728 
22,147 



1,932 
2.242 
12,826 
11,404 
1,822 
2,170 



14,839,187 

3,235,188 

461,329 

138,489 

656 
1,416 
232,330 
508,498 
93,178 
253,111 



2,015 
3,041 
4,956 



1,042 
886 
1,884 
1,118 
1,429 
2,155 
3, 72 



1,356 
1,798 
9,458 
14,779 
1,078 
4,227 
713 



2,408 
3,227 
16,774 
24,580 



1,060 
1,344 
26,258 
22,163 



1,041 
1,318 
11,993 
10,198 
759 
1,195 
1,926 
3,217 



2,707,407 

2,566,054 

120,369 

103,279 



19,958 

107,147 

8,034 

52,514 



1,293 

2,140 



1,218 
1,849 
3,984 



1,304 
36,940 
46,167 



1,093 
3,829 

6,173 



2,477 
2,626 
18,625 
19,666 



1,189 
1,400 
18,047 
18,052 



I0,8l l 

10, 269 
1,049 
1,329 



25,854,427 

18,316,240 

873,906 

718,132 



82,606 
246,057 

36,629 
124,344 



1,209 
1,564 
2,903 



7,144 
8,196 
50,682 
52,920 



1,033 
17, 503 
15,687 



12,530,996 

10,215,619 

469,220 

388,327 



45,098 
6,469 
22,788 



2,516 
5,358 



4,935 
459 

12,810 



1,125 
1,517 
15,767 
13,305 



1,101 
1,479 
7,728 
7,057 



5,040,947 

5,016,682 

216,432 

241,531 



1,426 
1,813 
3,510 



1,319 
14,562 
17,793 



1,788 


1,335 


3,728 


2,493 


420 


415 


1,790 


1,211 



1,695 

6,146 
6,361 



1,436 
1,665 
3,836 
3,741 
1,409 
1,586 
3,364 
3,173 

607 



1,270,972 
471,768 
49,683 
19,789 



1,069 
1,418 
1,842 
2,639 



1,185 
1,762 
10,217 
11,981 
1,040 
1,692 
7,351 
9,857 

862 



35,635,600 
35,236,670 
1,372,255 
1,550,415 



71,868 
176,642 
31,490 
95,087 



5,301 
14,564 



1,381 
1,862 
3,463 



1,360 


507 


1,744 


1,303 


1,047 


819 


1,163 


1,350 


3,292 


18,485 


3,380 


27,151 


721 


649 


1,549 


8,037 


537 


523 


1,743 


10,448 



1,637 
7,043 
11,971 



KENTUCKY 



127 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry f 


see text a„c 


State Tablt 


12] 


























Johnson 


Kenton 


Knott 


:■:.-,::.. 


Larue 


Lajrel 


Laurence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Lewis 


Lincoln 


Livingston 


Logan 


Lyon 




1,234 


825 


1,475 


1,969 


1,081 


2,608 


1,326 


695 


881 


1,172 


1,281 


1,793 


BOO 


1,884 


603 


1 


1,501 


895 


1,231 


2,159 


1,311 


2,637 


1,546 


853 


1,209 


1,367 


1,448 


2,158 


931 


2,374 


708 


. 


3,439 


10,048 


2,743 


7,201 


18,165 


12,878 


8,881 


2,037 


1,743 


2,371 


11,163 


23,894 


17,424 


30,708 


8,705 


1 


3,947 


9,307 


2,552 


7,278 


18,143 


11,576 


9,762 


2,725 


2,330 


2,745 


11,403 


26,760 


16,568 


27,697 


9,153 


4 


1,197 


759 


1,401 


1,941 


1,068 


2,551 


1,297 


684 


851 


1,103 


1,250 


1,765 


792 


1,851 


593 


5 


1,466 


837 


1,168 


2,091 


1,293 


2,580 


1,503 


836 


1,142 


1,310 


1,420 


2,130 


911 


2,291 


699 


6 


2,091 


5,404 


1,615 


4,262 


9,652 


6,945 


4,958 


1,295 


1,084 


1,422 


6,818 


13,460 


8,945 


16,378 


4,553 


7 


2,391 


5,222 


1,509 


4,083 


8,959 


6,192 


5,201 


1,529 


1,406 


1,635 


6,456 


13,791 


, 


13,125 


4,470 


8 


1,123 


625 


1,371 


i,8a 


990 


2,501 


1,245 


669 


800 


1,066 


1,160 


1,665 


600 


1,667 


508 


9 


1,337 


776 


1,123 


2,040 


1,223 


2,493 


1,433 


796 


1,131 


1,280 


1,368 


2,046 


809 


2,207 


638 


10 


1,846 


4,034 


1,564 


3,630 


5,665 


6,163 


3,684 


1,038 


987 


1,331 


5,801 


7,712 


1,452 


9,719 


2,121 


11 


2,116 


4,407 


1,394 


3,678 


6,204 


5,755 


4,512 


1,372 


1,369 


1,569 


5,709 


9,094 


2,304 


10,244 


2,599 


12 


476 


622 


508 


890 


679 


1,366 


726 


251 


298 


466 


774 


1,006 


596 


1,176 


428 


13 


998 


3,142 


757 


2,179 


4,360 


4,463 


2,559 


602 


463 


723 


3,129 


5,694 


4,275 


8,021 


2,179 


14 


193 


438 


??i 


329 


541 


444 


J71 


80 


129 


16? 


439 


687 


496 


85? 


306 


15 


350 


1,502 


371 


760 


4,153 


1,470 


1,364 


140 


196 


226 


1,216 


4,740 


4,204 


6,309 


1,973 


1' 


97 


256 


58 


120 


251 


230 


.;.- 


8 


18 


67 


432 


669 


30 


832 


101 


17 


77 


324 


103 


205 


125 


197 


138 


X 


64 


115 


388 


667 


39 


724 


65 


18 


1,061,987 


LI , 1] ,4 : 


161,089 


1,077,790 


6,138,832 


5,687,411 


5,409,505 


47,816 


20,356 


172,989 


15,985,316 


17,665,346 


1,989,116 


28,456,433 


2,293,721 


19 


817,399 


15,937,61- 


67,809 


1,229,093 


3,495,208 


3,166,966 


4,769,769 


134,083 


59,120 


170,631 


9,146,672 


11,027,600 


924,496 


18,767,803 


1,084,868 


20 


61,353 


607,338 


7,648 


52,777 


215,805 


218, 528 


206,478 


2,406 


1,001 


7,856 


525,784 


610,184 


83,697 


966,099 


78,316 


21 


49,974 


690, 537 


5,089 


65,396 


154,357 


150,110 


227,311 


8,264 


3,098 


9,609 


333,069 


424,446 


37,398 


728,843 


39,468 


22 




60 


6 


42 


390 


137 


161 


29 


1 


29 


207 


256 


38 


234 


48 


23 


. 




10 


57 


755 


496 


340 


103 


7 


18 


462 


647 


220 


872 


269 


24 


2,055 


27,328 


706 


8,691 


162,153 


23,593 


27,801 


5,050 


100 


1,430 


53,476 


90,514 


6,862 


65,620 


16,814 


.'-■ 


1,944 


59,631 


305 


5,470 


260,448 


82,136 


48,540 


13,554 


271 


1,927 


129,545 


191,271 


35,413 


229,526 


117,027 


.'.. 


1,043 


12,694 


349 


3,935 


76,817 


10,095 


11,662 


2,292 


52 


657 


22,549 


37,032 


2,815 


27,349 


7,769 


27 


1,048 


30,055 


162 


2,901 


141,643 


42,043 


24,975 


6,610 


168 


1,214 


68,073 


94,061 


18,394 


117,649 


60,673 


28 


1,007 


571 


1,324 


1,771 


941 


2,393 


1,186 


647 


756 


980 


1,083 


1,536 


588 


1,554 




29 


1,390 


2,919 


1,451 


2,674 


3,251 


4,605 


2,607 


671 


B8C 




3,841 


5,258 


1,150 


6,891 


1,189 


' 


2,258 


6,334 


2,895 


4,039 


5,281 


6,264 


4,230 


1,601 


1,653 


2,025 


6,323 


8,430 


1,905 


12,531 


1,611 


31 


762 


172 


1,048 


1,121 


390 


1,509 


842 


559 


637 


738 


433 


670 


397 


• 


153 


32 


2,324 


591 


, 


3,528 


786 


3,486 


2,467 


1,073 


2,221 


2,553 


984 


1,365 


1,166 


684 


282 


<< 


893 


483 


979 


, 


605 


1,511 


934 


528 


599 


791 


948 




529 


1,249 


400 


34 


1,171 


714 


1,037 


1,770 


. 


2,097 


1,278 




993 


1,070 


1,296 


1,699 


600 


1,979 


592 


35 


1,325 


886 


1,121 


2,106 


1,103 


2,599 


1,576 


809 


688 


937 


1,620 


2,371 


1,301 


2,505 


840 


36 


1,925 


1,594 


1,245 


3,053 


2,424 


3,981 


2,306 


. 


1,228 


1,364 


2,699 


4,294 


2,609 


5,106 


1,532 


37 


404 


442 


436 


444 


333 


519 


632 


226 


204 


414 


745 


861 


386 


428 


112 


ia 


583 


663 


459 


699 


705 


979 


982 


451 


453 


596 


1,072 


1,390 


634 


996 


227 


i., 


500 


795 


477 


630 


545 


749 


922 


292 


241 


486 


1,207 


1,534 


727 


627 


148 


I/O 


789 


1,423 


519 


1,137 


1,392 


1,496 


1,603 


629 


509 


716 


2,125 


2,986 


1,392 


1,719 


357 


a 


550 


64 


566 


998 


347 


1,080 


392 


347 


408 


401 


255 


454 


288 


992 


351 


-..' 


737 


109 


629 


1,230 


540 


1,368 




425 


617 


531 


317 


654 


489 


1,516 


523 


..' 


825 


91 


644 


1,476 


556 


1,850 




517 


447 


451 


413 


637 


574 


1,878 


692 


44 


1,136 


171 


726 


1,916 


1,032 


2,485 


703 


681 


719 


646 


574 


1,306 


1,217 


3,389 


1,175 


..'. 


761 


373 


1,112 


1,300 


856 


1,681 


764 


411 


579 


785 


840 


1,097 


545 


1,395 


469 


.... 


887 


435 


720 


. 


1,121 


1,882 


945 


640 


876 


765 


1,022 


1,572 


804 


1,997 


667 


. 


2,186 


2,895 


2,420 


4,542 


15,160 


5,432 


2,363 


1,307 


1,704 


2,058 


3,847 


9,965 


14,827 


23,067 


8,931 


48 


2,127 


3,327' 


2,046 


4,538 


21,290 


6,357 


2,657 


2,314 


4,520 


2,616 


4,763 


15,245 


22,238 


30,258 


12,231 


49 


586 


306 


949 


1,059 


770 


1,350 


601 


300 


461 


643 


691 


901 


506 


1,207 


423 


■• 


1,142 


1,374 


1,544 


2,418 


5,814 


2,901 


1,254 




944 


1,227 


2,020 


3,922 


6,348 


8,206 


3,589 


'■I 


361 


179 


375 


509 


559 


687 


323 


184 


263 


291 


380 


616 


386 


940 


343 


52 


1,044 


1,521 


876 


2,124 


9,366 


2,531 


1,129 


572 


760 


831 


1,827 


6,043 


8,479 


14,659 


5,342 


53 


120 


126 


109 


236 


516 


285 


123 


57 


70 


129 


218 


466 


355 


940 


291 


54 


305 


479 


225 


605 


2,819 


692 


331 


161 


160 


249 


603 


1,657 


2,631 


4,240 


1,553 


55 


84 


106 


58 


126 


401 


186 


65 


45 


41 


69 


153 


308 


286 


683 


229 


•„. 


94 


195 


84 


300 


820 


433 


158 


190 


307 


140 


331 


770 


679 


1,409 


525 


•■ 


143 


253 


118 


306 


1,456 


324 


165 


76 


85 


117 


329 


756 


1,393 


2,146 


772 


■■•■■ 


173 


405 


139 


471 


2,870 


675 


255 


296 


478 


202 


570 


1,887 


3,122 


4,628 


1,590 


■,., 


86 


87 


84 


176 


391 


196 


83 


35 


51 


85 


145 


347 


245 


716 


208 


,,ii 


162 


226 


107 


297 


1,363 


368 


166 


85 


75 


132 


274 


901 


1,238 


2,094 


781 


6] 


3 


100 


8 


21 


60 


14 


18 


8 


16 


11 


14 


222 


64 


103 


51 


62 




110 


24 




70 


27 


20 


11 


43 


18 


11 


280 


95 


106 


60 


63 


48 


2,541 


145 


369 


, 


192 


704 


109 


170 


60 


483 


11,103 


2,325 


3,945 


1,508 


64 


71! 


4,809 


271 


277 


. 


436 


568 


338 


564 


184 


315 


24,391 


4,838 


5,160 


4,066 


65 


2 


96 


■ 


12 


56 


1? 


18 


8 


15 




14 


221 


63 


101 


49 


66 


43 


1,907 


67 


98 


1,381 


147 


370 


103 


102 


39 


462 


10,103 


2,027 


3,318 


1,693 


>:, 


2 


86 


6 


11 


55 


11 


17 


6 


15 


10 


14 


219 


62 


100 


46 


68 


9 


107 


23 


17 


69 


25 


18 


11 


41 


11 


10 


263 


93 


99 


54 


..-> 


41 


1,765 


51 


90 


1,311 


138 


344 


99 


74 


34 


453 


9,639 


1,948 


3,136 


1,607 


70 


310 


2,249 


144 


131 


1,609 


205 


282 


174 


273 


109 


166 


11,925 


2,491 


2,436 


2,224 


71 




77 


4 


8 


41 


3 


16 




10 


5 


6 


208 


55 


86 


38 


72 




83 


13 


9 


60 


17 


12 


7 


25 


12 


8 


222 


74 


76 


51 


73 




142 


16 


8 


70 


9 


26 


4 


28 


5 


9 


464 


79 


182 


86 


74 




353 


30 


35 


149 


37 


50 


12 


54 


29 


14 


591 


113 


238 


164 


n 




58 


6 


19 


29 


11 


15 




14 


7 


7 


95 


33 


59 


23 


76 




634 


78 


271 


236 


45 


334 


6 


68 


21 


21 


1,000 


298 


627 


215 


77 




92 


4 


7 


52 


7 


20 


6 


11 


4 


11 


225 


63 


103 


48 


78 




102 


17 


13 


72 


22 


16 


9 


29 


n 


9 


263 


95 


102 


53 


79 


30 


2,153 


97 


99 


1,435 


296 


448 


104 


126 


35 


412 


10,114 


1,971 


3,758 


1,580 


Hll 


312 


2,603 


130 


183 


1,956 


221 


263 


173 


336 


101 


178 


11,640 


2,660 


2,629 


1,791 


81 


210 


13,295 


654 


537 


10,806 


1,844 


2,605 


494 


418 


175 


2,416 


66,653 


14,715 


28,911 


13,359 


82 


2,776 


15,684 


500 


821 


14,946 


1,255 


1,098 


1,103 


1,337 


408 


932 


71,129 


17,848 


21,301 


13,305 


83 


11/14-11/20 


11/14-11,30 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


i/M-u/ao 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/21-11/27 


u/14-ii/ao 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-13/27 


11/14-11/20 


84 



128 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 1 of 2 ) -LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 



and explanations, 



1954. 
1950. 
195"! . 

1950. 



number 

.farms reporting 

number 



] >'■:. 

195-1. 
L950. 
1 154. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 



Heifers and heifer calves. .. .farms reporting 
number 

Steers and bulls including steer 

and bull calves farms reporting 

number 

Whole milk sold farms reporting 

pounds 

dollars 

Cream sold farms reporting 

pounds of butterfat 
dollars 

Cows milked, day preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

number of coys 
Milk produced, day preceding 

Butter churned, week preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

pounds 

rata and allies: 

Horses and/or mules farms reporting 

number 



: "... 



1954. 

! '- . 
1954 . 
] I! . 
1954. 
] 150. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 

1 350 . 
: 954 . 
1950. 
1954. 

1954. 
1 15. . 
1954. 

1954. 
1954. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

: 154 . 

1954. 



Mules and mule colts farms reporting 

number 

Ho BS : 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting 

Born before June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Born since June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Sows and gilts farrowing farms reporting 

number 
Between Dec. 1 and June 1 farms reporting 

number 

After June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Sheep and wool: 

Sheep and lambs farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 
1950. 

Sheep 1 year old and over. .. .farms reporting 1954. 
number 1954. 

Ewes farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Rams and wethers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Lambs under 1 year old farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954. 

Sheep and lambs shorn farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number shorn 1954 . 

1949. 

Wool shorn pounds 1954 . 

1949. 

(ereee date of enumeration 1954. 



1,076 
5,108 
4,605 
631 
1,000 
2,147 
3,605 



6,719,377 

7,919,666 

252,570 

349,531 



1,624 
3,350 



1,125 
1,185 
2,430 



706,942 
144, 

34,799 
50,832 



1,423 

356 
1,234 



1,028 
5,439 

5,101 



1,632,630 

1,075,735 

50,851 

39,227 



43,462 
123,160 
18,227 
64,025 



1,233 
2,172 



2,283 
2,613 
31,342 
38,995 



2,204 
2,551 
14,874 
15,580 
1,985 
2,403 
6,404 
9,683 



48,565 
137,226 
19,223 
68,601 



1.417 
1,987 
3,597 
6,104 



1,452 

1,796 
3,543 



1,447 
1,838 
15,369 
20,763 
1,216 
5,722 
833 
9,647 



6,112 
8,787 
38,436 
49,952 



1,529 
1,650 
2,791 
2,996 
1,502 
1,622 
2,576 
2,764 

653 



51,980 

126,807 

1,950 

5,112 



1,114 
1,384 
1,759 

2,464 



1,367 
1,597 
21,441 

... " 



1,351 
1,582 
12,931 
11,416 
1,213 
1,430 
5,538 
6,417 






9,927,395 

3,751,277 

337,138 

152,509 



96,684 
229,263 
43,556 

114,289 



1,267 
2,328 

3,547 



367 


1,176 


742 


1,975 


911 


564 


1,067 


746 


1,392 


1,152 


1,722 


1,572 


1,153 


1,009 


1,186 


1,371 


2,986 


16,644 


3,042 


24,412 


907 


891 


1,673 


6,500 


526 


622 


1,313 


10,144 



3,159 

500 

1,492 



1,269 
1,620 

9,607 
8,684 



1,231 
1,563 
5,442 
4,563 
1,063 
1,502 
2,856 
3,648 



3,494,741 

1,898,072 

137,748 

74,501 



63,872 
189,934 
26,527 



1,993 
3,509 



1,347 
1,456 
3,123 



1,291 
7,014 
13,826 



42,217 
50,138 
2,661 
3,158 



KENTUCKY 



129 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry, s 


ee Wit and £ 


tate Table 12] 
























Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 




789 


622 


1,482 


1,554 


1,677 


998 


1,689 


1,156 


1,323 


1,057 


1,813 


545 


1,358 


839 


1 


942 


639 


1,634 


1,845 


1,901 


1,027 


1,926 


1,551 


1,688 


1,193 


2,340 


647 


1,513 


1,070 


2 


13,450 


2,769 


16,811 


12,459 


13,448 


14,380 


7,121 


13,292 


26,661 


9,758 


15,734 


18,456 


15,157 


2,427 


3 


12,659 


2,793 


20,769 


12,478 


12,452 


15,283 


7,252 


10,472 


28,814 


11,157 


15,039 


15,838 


16,564 


3,061 


4 


' 


608 


1,450 


1,538 


1,669 


984 


1,662 


. 


1,300 


1,039 


1,782 


524 


1,339 


:■'. S 


5 


919 


625 


1,611 


1,833 


1,883 


1,006 


1,893 


1,510 


1,660 


1,182 


2,295 


629 


1,507 


1,036 


6 


6,650 


1,649 


9,669 


8,564 


8,617 


8,128 


4,349 


6,286 


13,187 


5,933 


8,174 


9,504 


9,731 


1,521 


7 


5,722 


1,570 


10, 556 


7,758 


7,019 


7,564 


4,301 


5,163 


13,215 


5,672 


7,917 


8,139 


9,473 


1,918 


8 


682 


594 


1,383 


1,463 


1,618 


879 


1,570 


1,001 


1,175 


927 


1,601 


474 


1,208 


797 


9 


888 


624 


1,547 


1,790 


1,837 


959 


1,841 


1,453 


1,597 


1,058 


2,204 


610 


1,416 


997 


in 


2,698 


1,408 


7,534 


7,045 


7,200 


4,085 


3,470 


3,048 


7,692 


3,491 


4,016 


5,641 


6,159 


1,373 


11 


3,855 


1,512 


8,783 


7,231 


6,381 


5,285 


3,952 


3,740 


10,211 


3,849 


6,000 


6,101 


7,643 


1,729 


12 


533 


314 


686 


632 


831 


508 


764 


707 


847 


396 


1,146 


421 


770 


277 


13 


3,293 


830 


3,669 


2,931 


3,596 


3,470 


2,029 


4,309 


6,171 


1,924 


4,502 


5,749 


3,643 


631 


14 


487 


138 


492 


339 


369 


372 


304 


474 


650 


339 


782 


346 


575 


116 


15 


3,507 


290 


3,473 


964 


1,235 


2,782 


743 


2,697 


7,303 


1,901 


3,058 


3,203 


1,783 


275 


16 


37 


56 


1,038 


33 


826 


303 


55 


67 


371 


257 




240 


619 


15 


17 


59 


- 


1,057 


401 


364 


- 


94 






201 




281 


576 


18 


18 


1,477,524 


591,663 


21,230,854 


13,750,486 


12,949,660 


7,822,526 


698,721 


3,611,291 




4,098,247 


1,633,956 


29,909,402 


14,624,986 


183,017 


19 


1,571,232 


742,983 


16,915,244 


5,703,863 


3,911,675 


8,042,971 


696,155 


1,251,756 


15,049,578 


2,215,281 


2,245,231 


26,346,339 


10,958,750 


156,486 


20 


56,593 


19,095 


665,589 


433,824 


391,499 


277,462 


24,059 


150,973 


672,448 


140,396 


65,867 


1,097,252 


492,959 


10,716 


21 


66,376 


26,170 


545,834 


171,037 


135,207 


290,117 


26,832 


51,218 


582,557 


86,680 


88,342 


1,056,890 


421,948 


5,684 


22 


233 


69 


68 


258 


143 


124 


104 




313 


407 


347 


71 


289 


44 


23 


492 


126 


221 


1,012 


865 


247 


184 


479 


640 


642 


815 


146 


565 


110 


24 


83,007 


11,764 


22,856 


80,277 


31,622 


31,001 


23,392 


46,363 


152,333 


107,724 


83,357 


28,994 


73,359 


7,617 


.""' 


172,414 


25,115 


80,278 


289,396 


188,268 


101,857 


26,480 


, 


302,026 


162,227 


150,738 


78,757 


172,028 


12,032 


.'< 


37,636 


4,877 


10,218 


34,793 


13,781 


14,036 


9,196 


21,265 


65,418 


43,597 


35,964 


13,586 


30,622 


3,083 


27 


84,677 


12,444 


39,046 


146,929 


94,770 


51,063 


13,765 


61,240 


150,261 


79,956 


77,199 


39,470 


85,662 


6,231 


28 


635 


562 


1,314 


1,396 


1,557 


819 


1,486 


973 


1,115 


825 


1,460 


456 


1,112 


763 


."i 


1,484 


952 


5,134 


4,961 


4,907 


2,670 


2,315 


2,095 


5,122 


2,172 


2,502 


4,006 


3,955 


1,095 


id 


2,444 


1,504 


8,252 


6,840 


6,930 


4,047 


3,643 


3,718 


9,992 


2,990 


4,177 


11,703 


6,439 


1,730 


31 


259 


441 


272 


509 


777 


359 


1,044 


488 


354 


308 


606 


90 


364 


485 


i.' 


507 


1,155 


584 


1,088 


1,424 


768 


3,073 


1,322 


780 


439 


1,444 


228 


724 


1,739 


13 


461 


485 


892 


977 




618 


1,301 


836 






1,380 


302 


, 


696 


34 




579 


1,272 


1,425 


1,585 


856 


. 


1,427 




1,029 




525 


, 


929 


35 


853 


858 


2,002 


2,110 


2,345 


1,345 


2,265 


1,650 


2,043 


1,731 


2,784 


957 


2,606 


1,106 


36 


■ 


1,147 


3,476 


3,508 


3,767 


2,414 


3,790 


3,384 


3,981 


2,783 


, 


1,660 


3,897 


1,583 


37 


3'3 


293 


771 


298 


370 


458 


480 


394 


654 


712 


870 


250 


1,062 


171 


38 




408 


1,187 


606 


767 


712 


808 


788 


1,097 


989 


1,600 


449 


1,389 


288 


... 




465 


1,597 


434 


574 


896 


663 


584 


1,200 


1,574 


1,507 


758 


2,245 


219 


40 




745 


3,008 


1,022 


1,335 


1,751 


1,736 


1,357 


2,444 


2,571 


3,157 


1,256 


3,493 


423 


41 




217 


223 


856 


918 


248 


918 


595 


468 


85 


707 


104 


208 


559 


42 




220 


241 


1,134 


1,160 


332 


1,111 


938 


755 


111 


1,067 


197 


211 


"1.. 


43 




393 


405 


1,676 


, 


449 


1,602 


1,066 


843 


157 


1,277 


199 


361 


887 


44 


795 


402 


468 


2,486 


2,432 


663 


2,054 


2,027 




212 


2,018 


404 


404 


1,160 


45 


655 


364 


620 


993 


1,116 


558 


1,108 


989 


979 


495 


1,258 


303 


581 


505 


46 


838 


456 


923 


1,379 


1,679 


601 


1,198 


1,258 


1,444 


742 


1,768 


477 


820 


673 


47 


11,114 


1,253 


8,058 


5,559 


13,565 


3,740 


2,838 


9,249 


, 


3,725 


10,582 


8,550 


3,679 


1,607 


48 


16,944 


1,353 


14,742 


8,587 


21,456 


3,981 


2,975 


11,982 


33,357 


7,469 


13,426 


11,907 


5,501 


2,424 


49 


572 


304 


542 


794 


949 


486 


907 


858 


860 


429 


1,044 


259 


478 


426 


50 




658 


3,711 


2,684 


5,500 


1,772 


1,700 


3,972 


8,693 


1,733 


4,039 


3,011 


1,889 


898 


■l 


462 


134 


312 


495 


694 


263 


394 


525 


663 


212 


740 


215 


257 


164 


J2 


7,004 


595 


4,347 


2,875 


8,065 


1,968 


1,138 


5,277 


12,770 


1,992 


6,543 


5,539 


1,790 


709 


S3 


, 


65 


281 


360 


637 


213 


144 


462 


638 


219 


612 


223 


211 


75 


54 




191 


1,484 


819 


2,335 


602 


369 


1,507 


3,684 


708 


1,715 


. 


517 


207 


55 




42 


221 


216 


431 


153 


80 


318 


451 


160 


393 


199 


138 


43 


. 




76 


672 


591 


1,014 


252 


103 


649 


1,111 


396 


955 


352 


368 


111 


57 




102 


840 


396 


1,119 


313 


209 


731 


1,791 


410 


766 


953 


263 


117 


58 




125 


1,893 


1,055 


2,554 


552 


174 


1,427 


4,245 


941 


1,893 


1,495 


662 


192 


VI 


359 


41 


177 


266 


489 


136 


107 


329 


486 


134 


444 


162 


129 


58 


i.ii 


1,033 


89 


644 


423 


1,216 


289 


160 


776 


1,893 


298 


949 


820 


254 


90 


61 






556 


20 


37 


105 


20 


26 


220 


347 


117 


85 


300 


7 


62 






623 


35 


49 


107 




28 


258 


420 


123 


109 


313 


18 


63 




10 




513 


632 


5,408 


415 


854 


11,713 


13,043 


4,679 


3,682 


14,712 


146 


64 




11 


52,911 


920 


1,230 


10,965 


160 


1,221 


22,297 


27,010 


7,578 


7,800 


20,140 


339 


65 






.. 


20 


36 


103 


17 


25 


213 


342 


117 


82 


282 


6 


66 






22,716 


395 


549 


4,955 


361 


629 


9,884 


11,583 


3,726 


3,086 


10,836 


101 


67 




2 


529 


19 


36 


102 


15 


25 


211 


340 


1 1.: 


80 


278 


5 


68 






609 


34 


48 


104 




26 


246 


403 


122 


107 


304 


15 


./. 




3 


21,613 


372 


527 


4,720 


344 


591 


9,467 


11,022 


3,538 


2,839 


10,291 


95 


70 






25,468 


432 


625 


5,261 


74 


600 


10,755 


13,361 


3,634 


3,829 


10,967 


172 


71 


174 






16 


19 


90 


11 


21 


166 


292 


92 


76 


245 


4 


72 








16 


33 


93 


4 


23 


201 


298 


94 


90 


205 


12 


71 


295 




1,103 


23 


22 


235 


17 


38 


417 


561 


188 


247 


545 


6 


74 








78 


51 


276 


14 


49 


740 


705 


262 


236 


669 


29 


7'. 








12 


18 


45 


9 


15 


99 


140 


73 


53 


155 




76 


652 




3,503 


118 


83 


453 


54 


225 


1,829 


1,460 


953 


596 


3,876 


45 


77 








17 


31 


99 


13 


24 


212 


347 


112 


86 


282 


5 


78 




1 




36 


51 


108 


5 


27 


274 


412 


117 


116 


302 


13 


79 






24,044 


378 


541 


4,931 


360 


62 


9,868 


12,009 


4,604 


3,517 


11,546 


96 


80 




8 


26, 577 


639 


1,061 


5,715 


65 


937 


13,093 


14,079 


3,624 


4,543 


11,683 


180 


81 






163,966 


2,614 


3,272 


29, 186 


2,317 


4,473 


66,285 


73,107 


30,776 


24,170 


67,224 


450 


82 


52,993 


40 


173,353 


3,385 


5,379 


33,760 


365 


6,132 


85,309 


78,924 


24,411 


30,573 


63,363 


732 


83 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


11/14-11/20 


11/7-11/13 


11/14-11/20 


11/21- 11/27 


11/21- 11/27 


11/14-11/20 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


84 



130 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 1 of 2 ) -LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 



[For comparability of i 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Pulaski Robertson Rockcastle Rowan 



.farms reporting 
number 



number 

.farms reporting 

number 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Heifers and heifer calves. .. .farms reporting 
number 

Steers and bulls including steer 

and bull calves farms reporting 

number 

Whole milk sold farms reporting 

pounds 

dollars 



1954. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



Cream sold . 



farms reporting 

pounds of butterfat 
dollars 



Cows milked, day preceding 

enumeration farms reporting 

number of cows 
Milk produced, day preceding 

enumeration gallons 

Butter churned, week preceding 

enumera tion farms reporting 

pounds 

Horses and/or mules farms reporting 

number 



L949. 
1954. 
1949. 



Mules and mule colts farms reporting 

number 



Hogs and pigs farms reporting 

number 

Born before June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Born since June 1 farms reporting 

number 

Sows and gilts farrowing farms reporting 

number 
Between Dec. 1 and June 1.... farms reporting 



1954. 

1 15 . 
1954. 

1050 . 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
195C . 
1954. 
1950. 



1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1954. 
1954. 
1954. 



1954 
1954. 

1954. 
1950. 

number 1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1954. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Sheep 1 year old and over. .. .farms reporting 1954. 
number 1954 . 

Ewes farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Rams and wethers farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954 . 

1950. 

Lambs under 1 year old farms reporting 1954. 

number 1954 . 

Sheep and lambs shorn farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number shorn 1954 . 

1949. 

Wool shorn pounds 1954 . 

1949. 

Average date of enumeration 1954 . 



1,252 
1,361 
16,705 

18, 069 



1,214 
1,338 
9,650 
10,030 



31,711,697 
30,786,377 
1,066,342 
1,099,395 



61,512 
164,933 
26,055 
95,769 



1,019 
1,305 
2,144 
3,317 



1,272 
2,010 
3,136 



1,189 
1,356 

2,198 
2,804 



1,123 
1,292 
1,380 
1,680 
1,059 
1,225 
1,295 
1,572 



204, 689 

270,833 

8,955 

14,076 



2,219 



2,982 
3,173 
3,876 
4,097 
2,898 
3,013 
3,610 
3,764 



341,155 
227,644 
17, 267 
11,798 



5,711 
2,059 
3,082 
1,185 



1,975 
2,411 
2,278 
3,060 



944 
1,271 
1,078 
1,532 
1,089 
1,286 
1,200 
1,528 



1,814 
1,705 
4,649 
4,005 
1,474 
2,687 
645 
1,962 



543 


3,644 


545 


4,024 


3,861 


29,690 


3,167 


27,328 


533 


3,599 


538 


3,948 


2,203 


17,918 


1,790 


15,258 


480 


3,463 


511 


3,766 


1,426 


12,643 


1,458 


12,437 



1,215,757 
646,701 
37,849 
27,726 



11,464 
28,158 
5,664 
14,387 



15,817,173 

6,501,840 

603,064 

271,576 

526 
1,296 
138,709 
259,269 
73,438 
126,897 



13,405 
2,101 



. 
3,151 
4,153 
6,724 



1,093 
1,901 
1,697 
3,272 
1,371 
1,776 
2,456 
3,452 



2,232 
2,796 
9,940 
16,578 
1,680 
4,878 



1,358 
1,538 
7,958 



5,100,173 

2,562,364 

163,251 

102,469 



19,114 
64,599 
7,992 



1,624 

2,143 



1,533 
3,165 
8,590 

17,330 



1,319 


607 


1,525 


1,502 


951 


1,733 


9,264 


3,913 


11,774 


8,477 


4,488 


10,773 


1,294 


599 


1,510 


1,456 


898 


1,707 


5,272 


2,293 


7,233 


4,683 


2,422 


5,743 


1,239 


565 


1,450 


1,354 


863 


1,637 


3,970 


1,766 


5,071 


3,909 


2,296 


4,728 



•V'- ,295 

1,737,337 

180,391 

69, 187 



37,944 
95,632 

13,877 
48,930 



1,239 
1,648 
2,668 



1,333,908 
601,313 
46,201 
25, 563 



28,451 
33,854 
13,323 

17,936 



3,944,171 

1,188,324 

124, 137 

46,291 



97,643 
129,742 
43,709 
63,329 



1,129 
1,783 



1,022 


413 


1,168 


1,428 


690 


1,757 


956 


443 


918 


1,113 


677 


1,111 


4,022 


2,119 


5,243 


5,272 


2,868 


6,686 


853 


358 


744 


2,237 


1,023 


2,224 


320 


187 


456 


1,785 


1,096 


3,019 



3,161 
4,689 



1,330 
1,766 
3,052 



KENTUCKY 



131 



PRODUCTS.- CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry, 


see ten and 


State Table 


12] 


























Shelby 


Sinpson 


Spencer 


Taylor 




Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


wanton 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




1,704 


1,137 


784 


-,---■ 


1,120 


911 


719 


751 


2,394 


1,501 


1,373 


975 


1,553 


660 


549 


1 


1,776 


.,255 


890 


1,590 


1,357 


1,024 


800 


787 


2,939 


1,805 


1,745 


1,159 


1,934 


1,049 


762 


2 


37,188 


19,561 


16,502 


17,033 


19,110 


14,352 


6,826 


25,740 


39,382 


18,478 


14,316 


13,063 


6,068 


3,480 


15,963 


3 


35,934 


15,796 


16,264 


15,467 


16,595 


14,318 


7,118 


21,753 


35,740 


24,838 


13,238 


10,734 


6,664 


3,475 


17,099 


* 


1,664 


1,106 


771 


1,416 


1,103 


892 


690 


734 


2,332 


1,486 


1,363 


950 


1,516 


852 


528 


5 


1,753 


1,226 


868 


1,574 


1,340 


1,009 


772 


780 


2,874 


1,785 


1,704 


1,133 


1,836 


1,025 


741 


6 


21,647 


10,333 


9,955 


10,333 


10,078 


7,233 


4,221 


11,483 


22,054 


12,380 


8,174 


6,568 


3,636 


2,164 


7,021 


7 


19, 263 


7,741 


8,930 


8,687 


7,585 


6,178 


4,121 


9,126 


19,120 


12,919 


6,976 


5,504 


3,518 


2,147 


6,445 




1,542 


1,041 


739 


1,357 


1,015 


692 


630 


564 


2,094 


1,364 


1,274 


756 


1,459 


819 


391 


9 


1,693 


1,193 


851 


1,535 


1,290 


898 


753 


702 


2,749 


1,697 


1,625 


1,028 


1,761 


1,025 


687 


10 


17,038 


7,627 


8,541 


8,210 


5,364 


2,265 


3,569 


1,309 


15,433 


8,116 


4,206 


2,167 


2,994 


1,753 


1,314 


11 


17,034 


6,839 


8,024 


7,971 


5,631 


3,036 


3,696 


2,076 


16,379 


10, 373 


5,460 


3,437 


3,185 


2,071 


2,417 


12 


1,245 


738 


577 


853 


646 


604 


407 


460 


1,591 


752 


796 


663 


775 


411 


290 


13 


11,693 


4,793 


4,693 


4,207 


4,868 


3,686 


1,834 


5,133 


10,938 


3,880 


3,668 


3,619 


1,887 


960 


3,464 


14 


952 


566 


405 


559 


435 


429 


280 


536 


1,080 


603 


474 


551 


273 


161 


325 


15 


3,848 


4,435 


1,654 


2,493 


4,164 


3,433 


771 


9,124 


6,390 


2,218 


2,474 


2,876 


545 


356 


5,458 


16 


1,001 


809 


523 


667 


406 


62 


272 


9 




961 


143 


24 


109 


22 


64 


17 


1,004 


790 


532 


376 


299 


59 


226 


22 


1,674 


1,048 


133 


45 


271 


38 


110 


18 


81,254,786 


23,863,882 


35, 249, 175 


19,799,652 


14,441,509 


2,220,408 


7,948,684 


957,341 


46,044,486 


19,377,239 


3,158,754 


1,284,097 


947, 506 


261,752 


2,274,677 


19 


66,653,198 


16,900,846 


28,057,822 


6,949,066 


7,582,646 


1,753,151 


5,161,842 


1,132,982 




18,495,360 


1,927,586 


1,037,554 


743,884 


175,818 


2,135,403 


20 


2,889,989 


778,995 


1,280,498 


672,647 


509,264 


79,927 


248,878 


54,632 


1,615,909 


611,431 


121,291 


52,621 


45, 149 


8,000 


79,224 


21 


2,552,672 


594,549 


1,101,432 


271,624 


316,495 


64,647 


137,543 


51,778 


1,606,592 


579,176 


73,977 


48,094 


36,350 


6,768 


87,302 


22 


141 


33 


75 


288 


166 


68 


147 


49 


103 


143 


157 


192 


57 


63 


41 


23 


333 


177 


155 


804 


593 


274 


442 


183 


327 


445 


246 


499 


86 


111 


128 


24 


43,983 


10,074 


35,537 


92,264 


50,127 


27,845 


63,471 


15,660 


37,767 


51,610 


37,712 


54,775 


6,956 


11,490 


5,943 


23 


123,516 


43,765 


62,948 


344,164 


176,407 


79,553 


170,503 


48,779 


107,293 


153,828 


59,102 


167,803 


10,495 


15,355 


30,106 




18,356 


4,075 


14,615 


38,152 


21,783 


11,303 


26,883 


7,349 


17,245 


23,872 


15,683 


25,224 


3,361 


4,756 


2,418 


28 


64,204 


22,422 


32,482 


193,022 


90,103 


41,767 


85,387 


25,439 


54,498 


78,478 


29,373 


87,420 


5,405 


7,919 


16,829 


1,483 


984 


711 


1,254 


958 


655 


569 


516 


1,963 


1,285 


1,217 


679 


1,367 


778 


349 


29 


12,504 


5,089 


6,139 


5,345 


4,001 


1,385 


2,332 


931 


10,487 


5,341 


2,614 


1,325 


2,155 


1,374 


898 


in 


30,966 


8,816 


12,559 


8,832 


7,061 


2,122 


3,832 


1,657 


17,543 


7,754 


3,992 


2,167 


3,245 


2,151 


1,614 


31 


259 


169 


125 


383 


236 


367 


85 


280 


395 


338 


711 


210 


1,026 


580 


12 


>2 


515 


294 


222 




460 


622 


172 


742 


903 


614 


1,645 


456 


2,984 


1,537 


179 


J3 


1,163 


681 


579 


851 


718 


538 


518 


406 


1,573 


1,201 


1,044 


698 


1,099 


694 


334 


14 


1,593 


958 


820 


1,229 


1,100 


849 


734 


680 


2,420 


1,521 


1,491 


1,062 


1,1.83 


912 


619 


35 


2,655 


1,107 


1,338 


1,637 


1,396 


1,273 


980 


1,013 


3,207 


2,759 


2,070 


1,447 


1,816 


1,332 


1,304 


36 


4,918 


2,175 


2,426 


2,893 


2,719 


2,311 


1,671 


2,421 


6,239 


4,244 


3,377 


2,885 


2,953 


1,893 


2,303 


37 


922 


255 


451 


443 


250 


113 


469 


289 


668 


898 


351 


370 


381 


340 


276 


irt 


1,371 


513 


709 


764 


455 


296 


705 


498 


1,289 


1,256 


653 


775 


684 


566 


524 


i'i 


1,902 


347 


949 


741 


376 


174 


869 


549 


1,112 


1,740 


492 


600 


512 


515 


1,067 


40 


3,585 


883 


1,871 


1,431 


738 


467 


1,538 


1,045 


2,577 


2,907 


980 


1,544 


993 


958 


1,714 


41 


446 


499 


235 


497 


573 


513 


74 


230 


1,155 


516 


835 


459 


791 


436 


103 


42 


653 


677 


318 


714 


900 


781 


86 


513 


1,740 


614 


1,157 


647 


1,151 


500 


195 


. 1 


753 


760 


389 


896 


1,020 


1,099 


111 


464 


2,095 


1,019 


1,578 


847 


1,304 


817 


237 


.... 


1,333 


1,292 


555 


1,462 


1,981 


1,844 


133 


1,376 


3,662 


1,337 


2,397 


1,341 


1,960 


935 


509 


-'■ 


929 


901 


435 


925 


894 


833 


422 


620 


1,527 


740 


966 


863 


1,034 


637 


179 


46 


1,177 


1,142 


620 


. 


. 


998 


566 


744 


2,251 


1,128 


1,441 


1,107 


1,364 


786 


433 


48 


16,583 


19,044 


6,904 


10,346 


12,830 


13,721 


3,667 


39,440 


29,515 


8,702 


8,809 


16,337 


2,859 


1,866 


2,316 


25,643 


24,150 


8,353 


13,255 


17,702 


17,728 


6,107 


52,229 


39,749 


14,923 


14,438 


23,254 


3,959 


1,875 


8,706 


51 


842 


819 


396 


829 


811 


703 


321 


573 


1,359 


645 


819 


774 


783 


517 


156 


6,900 


6,706 


3,003 


4,059 


5,226 


4,898 


1,583 


15, 101 


10,710 


3,672 


4,097 


6,960 


1,506 


1,032 


1,082 


52 
53 


514 


656 


248 


498 


476 


618 


236 


530 


1,064 


388 


546 


649 


457 


283 


63 


9,683 


12,338 


3,901 


6,287 


7,604 


8,823 


2,084 


24,339 


18,805 


5,030 


4,712 


11,377 


1,353 


834 


1,234 


536 


721 


245 


487 


400 


533 


191 


507 


1,004 


405 


437 


652 


157 


105 


89 


54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 


3,247 


3,574 


1,249 


1,847 


2,213 


2,314 


689 


8,036 


5,619 


1,518 


1,462 


3,487 


336 


232 


509 


437 


518 


192 


349 


309 


370 


157 


467 


721 


299 


312 


550 


105 


64 


69 


829 


862 


404 


734 


696 


738 


393 


678 


1,527 


698 


691 


907 


267 


81 


251 


1,764 


1,758 


674 


939 


1,096 


1,020 


376 


4,278 


2,797 


786 


746 


1,815 


194 


127 


310 


3,083 


3,043 


1,053 


1,856 


2,441 


2,525 


945 


6,832 


4,948 


1,679 


1,659 


3,312 


398 


114 


1,092 


362 


566 


166 


363 


312 


339 


122 


434 




295 


322 


491 


99 


68 


54 


1,483 


1,816 


575 


908 


1,117 


1,294 


313 


3,758 


2,822 


732 


716 


1,672 


142 


105 


199 


199 


66 


77 


54 


63 


75 


60 


53 


98 


457 


150 


68 


17 


4 


176 


62 


220 


69 


114 


70 


56 


79 


85 


35 


120 


519 


152 


56 


14 


3 


192 


63 


13,047 


2,576 


4,489 


1,959 


2,888 


4,068 


1,737 


2,118 


4,040 


17,495 


3,274 


1,940 


246 


65 


14,471 


i.i 


23,724 


4,957 


9,728 


4,694 


4,123 


4,948 


4,139 


1,491 


7,111 


35,948 


4,969 


2,469 


134 


19 


24,467 


'■'■ 


186 


63 


75 


53 


63 


73 


57 


51 


97 


455 


148 


65 


16 


4 


173 


... 


10,934 


2,121 


3,830 


1,651 


2,633 


3,196 


1,475 


1,750 


. 


15,425 


2,683 


1,534 


164 


58 


12, 266 


'.'■' 


184 


63 


72 


52 


60 


68 


54 


46 


94 


437 


147 


58 


16 




167 


.,ri 


209 


68 


108 


68 


55 


77 


82 


35 


111 


505 


147 


57 


13 


2 


185 


.... 


10,441 


2,042 


3,606 


1,588 


2,431 


2,712 


1,375 


1,593 


3,109 


14,693 


2,521 


1,344 


165 


53 


11,508 


70 


11,272 


2,523 


4,727 


2,396 


2,145 


2,598 


2,017 


788 


3,475 


16,953 


2,509 


1,230 


64 


12 


11,854 


71 


167 


45 


67 


38 


58 


54 


46 


43 


73 


404 


115 


58 


9 




159 




185 


52 


88 


50 


46 


59 


60 


30 


83 


370 


90 


43 


12 


2 


146 


73 


493 


79 


224 


63 


202 


484 


100 


157 


218 


732 


162 


190 


19 


5 


758 




1,114 


134 


260 


128 


156 


239 


92 


51 


258 


641 


157 


100 


21 


3 


712 




108 


38 


50 


26 


21 


42 


27 


24 


54 


173 


103 


44 


10 


3 


70 




2,113 


455 


659 


308 


255 


872 


262 


368 


713 


2,070 


591 


406 


62 


7 


2,205 




191 


65 


75 


53 


61 


71 


58 


47 


91 


456 


138 


62 


11 


3 


172 


78 


227 




113 


71 




77 


83 


40 


112 


526 


133 


55 


10 


2 


186 


W 


11,518 


2,346 


3,947 


1,838 


2,579 


2,925 


1,585 


1,881 


3,475 


15,637 


2,736 


1,702 


154 


54 


13,414 


Ml 


13,287 


2,589 


5,897 


2,649 


2,475 


2,320 


2,127 


1,001 


4,637 


18,463 


2,608 


1,382 


61 


11 


12,425 


ril 


79,991 


18,053 


23,902 


11,934 


20,555 


24,188 


10,399 


14,570 


26,336 


102,628 


14,503 


11,459 


938 


359 


102,806 


82 


91,225 


20,872 


37,348 


17,425 


18, 343 


17,606 


14,345 


7,450 


28,654 


110,881 


13,719 


9,575 


379 


47 


90,322 


8 i 


' 


11/21-11/27 


11/14-11/20 


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12/1-12/4 


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11/14-11/20 


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STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 2 of 2 ) .-LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 





Item 






















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson 


Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 




Poultry and poultry products: 




















1 


Poultry and/or poultry products 
























75,624 


1,341 


1,272 


515 


367 


1,789 






434 
631 


2 


1949... 


120,842 


2,166 


1,605 


696 


838 


2,834 


892 


310 


3 


dollars 1954... 


14,180,350 


171,386 


281,843 


31,968 


40,682 


180,084 


54,267 


12,477 


90,717 


5 


1949... 
Chickens, 4 months old and over, 


15,783,216 


175,731 


179,125 


40,177 


81,873 


302,996 


80,905 


20,246 


160,697 






153,283 


2,251 


1,919 


923 


812 


2,797 


1,074 


873 


915 


6 


1950... 


185,798 


2,682 


2,067 


1,133 


1,165 


3,709 


1,409 


1,179 


1,066 


7 


number 1954. . . 


7,566,369 


109,180 


93,896 


35,981 


45,455 


160,011 


51,963 


24,977 


50,514 


8 


1950... 


8,175,436 


118,477 


91,773 


41, 180 


55,653 


178, 119 


62,269 


31,181 


58,137 


9 




28,360 


376 


532 


146 


131 


729 


160 


24 


194 


10 


1949. . . 


73,940 


1,533 


1,023 


231 


555 


2,006 


406 


197 


341 


11 


number 1954 .. . 


7,244,331 


179,055 


147,654 


4,481 


6,408 


67,407 


39,030 


4,251 


22,243 


12 


1949... 


4,327,514 


62,977 


55,813 


5,717 


24,997 


94,878 


29,281 


6,108 


56,564 


13 


dollars 1954... 


5,131,806 


101,104 


98,356 


3,494 


5,251 


55,963 


26,461 


2,559 


19,600 


14 


1949... 


4,419,259 


60,302 


53, 531 


5,680 


26,275 


92,882 


27,672 


6,556 


64,449 


15 




348 










2 


2 


1 


1 


16 


number 1954... 


5,688,443 


165,000 


122,700 






32,200 


32, 850 


3,500 


2,000 


17 


dollars 1954... 


3,831,778 


91,000 


80,210 






26,408 


21,381 


2,000 


1,300 


18 




28,081 
1,555,888 


373 
14,055 


526 
24,954 






727 
35,207 


158 
6,180 


23 

751 


194 
20,243 


19 


number 1954. . . 


4,481 


6,408 


20 


dollars 1954. . . 


1,300,028 


10,104 


18,146 


3,494 


5,251 


29,555 


5,080 


559 


18,300 


21 




67,736 
107,432 


1,271 
2,020 


1,157 
1,463 


471 
653 


335 

761 


1,675 
2,593 


501 
813 


80 
195 


378 
558 


22 


1949. . . 


23 


dozens 1954. .. 


19,310,931 


242,791 


260,694 


73, 371 


104,247 


373,998 


81,089 


21,175 


147,582 


24 


1949... 


25,709,372 


343,331 


304,750 


89,274 


158,260 


548,287 


150,448 


29,035 


210,451 


25 


dollars 1954... 


6,745,188 


69,869 


87,370 


26,984 


34,156 


119,681 


27,156 


8,908 


60,618 


26 


1949. . . 


9,290,240 


113,429 


103,876 


32, 160 


55,228 


208,834 


49,875 


12,630 


90,950 


27 




3,330 
2,714 




35 

7 


34 
31 


14 


33 
25 


18 
15 


48 
30 


55 

46 


28 


1949... 


18 


29 


number 1954... 


429,689 


111 


14,278 


427 


267 


1,124 


224 


482 


2,737 


3Q 


1949. . . 


236,967 


460 


4,292 


567 


12 


336 


301 


267 


1,145 


31 




1,748 


3 


10 


27 


12 


23 


13 


33 


39 


32 


number 1954... 


108,440 


56 


1,285 


321 


209 


596 


172 


252 


1,687 


33 






55 


25 

12,993 


8 
106 


2 
58 


11 
528 




15 
230 


17 
1,050 


34 


number 1954. . . 


321,249 


52 


35 


Turkey hens to be kept for breeding. 
























1,961 
40,157 


17 


13 
1,734 














ii. 


number 1954.. . 


80 


30 


55 


35 


107 


90 


37 












8 


15 




18 




38 


number 1954. . . 


9,664 


10 


465 


68 


23 


50 


25 


88 


43 


39 




928 


3 


8 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


8 


.'.i 


number 1954... 


30,493 


7 


1,269 


12 


7 


5 


10 


19 


47 


..1 




4,448 


30 


70 


47 


16 


93 


35 


45 


88 


42 


1949... 


4,656 


53 


61 


51 


18 


85 


16 


43 


63 


43 


number 1954... 


31,878 


170 


378 


305 


102 


543 


247 


277 


539 


44 


1949... 


43,702 


402 


504 


251 


180 


606 


1,111 


176 


641 


45 


Turkeys, ducks, geese, other miscellaneous 






















poultry, and their eggs sold. ..farms reporting 1954... 


2,002 


7 


21 


26 


12 


21 


13 


11 


41 


46 


1949... 


2,364 


16 


15 


28 


8 


19 


16 


15 


30 


47 


dollars 1954... 


2,303,356 


413 


96, 117 


1,490 


1,275 


4,440 


650 


1,010 


10,499 


48 


1949. . . 
tni.aU sold nlire: 


2,073,717 


2,000 


21,718 


2,337 


370 


1,280 


3,358 


1,060 


5,298 


49 


Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, or 
























118,987 


2,015 


1,688 


919 


686 


2,782 


969 


250 


859 


50 


1949... 


154,946 


2,454 


1,835 


1,045 


1,061 


3,447 


1,318 


617 


953 


51 


dollars 1954... 


107,222,923 


1,037,653 


964,116 


376,882 


861,411 


.,--.. • 


708,089 


31,927 


868,174 


V 


1949... 


147,160,921 


1,283,013 


1,120,265 


627,852 


1,500,279 


2,863,203 


1,234,175 


91,300 


1,012,074 


53 


Cattle and/or calves sold 
























108, 397 










2,682 


922 


208 


787 


54 


1949... 


138,048 


2,253 


1,627 


1,018 


883 


3,212 


1,255 


452 


862 


V: 


number 1954.. . 


840,011 


9,992 


8,726 


6,907 


6,427 


19,966 


6,939 


559 


6,839 


56 


1949... 


832,384 


8,953 


6,355 


6,928 


7,596 


19,632 


8,518 


791 


6,346 


57 


Cattle sold alive, excluding 
























53,024 
57,774 


724 
663 


638 

519 


425 

390 








81 




58 


1949... 


509 


1,120 


420 


175 


473 


VI 


number 1954. . . 


358, 505 


2,794 


2,624 


1,489 


3,059 


5,784 


2,969 


159 


2,925 


e 


1949... 


386,313 


2,509 


2,034 


1,767 


4,900 


7,702 


4,106 


220 


2,715 


i.i 


dollars 1954... 


38,219,539 


267,730 


200,58] 


127,896 


311,473 


556,257 


354,558 


10,454 


268,217 


62 


1949... 


56,893,172 


341,464 


240,031 


220, 590 


626,442 


1,108,325 


672,996 


26,165 


334,985 


63 




96, 596 
123,254 












857 


183 


646 


.... 


1949... 


2,149 


1,521 


968 


682 


3,044 


1,177 


373 


742 


65 


number 1954. . . 


481, 506 


7,198 


6,102 


5,418 


3,368 


14, 182 


3,970 


400 


3,914 


m. 


1949... 


446,071 


6,444 


4,321 


5,161 


2,696 


11,930 


4,412 


571 


3,631 


...'; 


dollars 1954... 


21, 36, .'. - 


302,243 


237,248 


173,183 


150,581 


544,208 


172,666 


14,059 


121,963 


,...- 


1949... 


24,486,522 


350, 656 


239,659 


234,009 


135,003 


590,287 


240, 198 


21,624 


142,871 


,.u 


Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting 1954... 


51,252 


1,000 


880 


151 


477 


1,219 


378 


57 


415 


70 


1949... 


91,796 


1,692 


1,328 


327 


933 


2,280 


• 


293 


612 


71 


number 1954. .. 


972,759 


12,378 


13,974 


1,450 


10,366 


19,010 


5,088 


374 


10,994 


nz 


1949... 


1,633,240 


20,060 


20,592 


3,201 


21,337 


36,452 


9,381 


1,804 


13,199 


73 


dollars 1954... 


34,222,779 


450, )54 


484,845 


32,786 


394,969 


646,531 


127,037 


5,837 


404,459 


74 


1949... 


49,371,782 


554,993 


575,486 


69,085 


709,240 


1,095,724 


229,706 


38,896 


431,745 


75 


Sheep and lambs sold alive. . .farms reporting 1954... 


11,359 


58 


136 


84 


8 


92 


90 


3 


126 


76 


1949... 


13,551 


75 


166 


152 


25 


108 


106 


3 


172 


77 


number 1954... 


482,084 


870 


2,372 


2,666 


189 


1,993 


3,771 


28 


3,037 


78 


1949... 


556,672 


1,176 


2,540 


4,851 


1,276 


2,152 


4,123 


21 


4,428 


79 


dollars 1954... 


7,888,012 


12,964 


33,691 


39,542 


2,676 


34,885 


48,618 


444 


45,120 


80 


1949. . . 


10,551,357 


21,376 


45,145 


87, 108 


22,775 


43,056 


77,249 


247 


77,857 


81 


Horses and mules sold alive. .farms reporting 1954... 


5,611 


68 


ioo 


50 


20 


136 


58 


16 


38 


82 


1949... 


12,067 


138 


148 


65 


75 


245 


90 


37 


43 


83 


number 1954.. . 


10,604 


94 


139 


70 


26 


213 


91 


21 


91 


84 


1949... 


24,483 


314 


258 


104 


116 


386 


343 


45 


238 


85 


dollars 1954... 


5,855,855 


4,662 


7,751 


3,475 


1,712 


10,408 


5,210 


1,133 


28,415 


86 


1949... 


5,858,088 


14,524 


19,944 


17,060 


6,819 


25,811 


14,026 


4,368 


24,616 



KENTUCKY 



133 



PRODUCTS : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 

and poultry, see text and State Table 12] 



Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 




466 


189 


305 


727 


258 


1,132 


360 


852 


721 


1,276 


354 


460 


231 


472 


1,035 


1 


847 


241 


565 


844 


787 


1,634 


578 


1,495 


820 


1,907 


529 


724 


467 


858 


1,918 


.' 


140,637 


192,275 


96,445 


60,312 


23,951 


215,185 


58,106 


103,991 


77,408 


146,825 


117,247 


•,3,006 


21,896 


59,405 


87,183 


1 


106,795 


55,906 


119,265 


83,675 


47,205 


272,969 


77,467 


225,900 


85,909 


181,866 


216,695 


80,166 


45,305 


88,244 


161,919 


4 


1,080 


491 


803 


1,042 


1,840 


1,575 


567 


1,074 


1,060 


2,020 


695 


761 


533 


1,759 


2,273 


5 


1,213 


498 


948 


1,121 


2,496 


2,070 


926 


1,715 


1,105 


2,420 


873 


864 


668 


. 


2,639 


6 


51,672 


35,314 


38,434 


51,490 


64,200 


119,071 


30,942 


79,360 


60,746 


105,197 


40,707 


45,265 


25,095 


68,107 


105,839 


7 


60,709 


25,048 


42,176 


50,427 


76,834 


131,836 


43,521 


105,155 


58,935 


98,316 


47,588 


43,689 


31,512 


68,791 


105,421 


8 


110 


7- 


81 


247 


136 


409 


142 


328 


260 


566 


141 


215 


80 


168 


295 


9 


356 


143 


245 


385 


574 


1,032 


330 


1,130 


579 


1,269 


282 


493 


223 


511 


1,115 


in 


9,502 


105,094 


71,561 


10,213 


6,330 


53,786 


7,311 


19,356 


13,594 


32,699 


27,404 


11,364 


3,575 


18,465 


28,963 


i; 


17,998 


17,975 


14,604 


14,487 


26,504 


65,106 


17,798 


68,078 


27,840 


49,484 


92,023 


, 


9,262 


19,202 


51,626 


12 


8,348 


78,703 


53,517 


8,370 


5,566 


40,355 


6,672 


15,049 


12,103 


28,168 


26,371 


9,907 


, 


16,675 


22,463 


l » 


19,529 


20,081 


14,842 


15,799 


26,686 


66,596 


19,568 


67,993 


29,587 


51,691 


97,189 


21,095 


9,352 


19,720 


, 


l, 




9 


. 






2 






1 


2 


3 






4 


3 


15 




92,000 


67,000 






20,500 






1,800 


5,750 


17,400 






9,100 


14,400 


L6 




66,995 


49,000 






16,091 






1,500 


4,700 


16,980 






7,139 


10,440 


L7 


110 


68 


80 


247 


136 


409 


142 


328 


259 


565 


139 


215 


80 


164 


292 


L8 


9,502 


13,094 


4,561 


10,213 


6,330 


33,286 


7,311 


19,356 


, 


26,949 


10,004 


. 


3,575 


9,365 


14,563 


19 


8,348 


11,708 


4,517 


8,370 


5,566 


24,264 


6,672 


15,049 


, 


23,468 


9,391 


9,907 


2,711 


9,536 


12,023 


.v 


424 


165 


279 


687 


193 


1,068 


305 


753 


670 


1,170 


335 


404 


196 


377 


949 


.'i 


738 


196 


496 


792 


519 


1,517 


502 


1,376 


737 


1,740 


483 


680 


421 


354 


1,726 


-V 


132,781 


211,406 


101,369 


158,806 


47,070 


466,841 


58,681 


279,239 


157,108 


355,743 


168,981 


162,831 


. 


102, 597 


202,485 


.'< 


154,613 




216, 195 


196,677 


51,600 


5cJ,394 


. 


. 




360,087 


212,015 


177,763 


100,491 


184,294 


321,091 


.'- 


48,744 


101,750 


32,339 


49,057 


18,303 


172,280 


22,915 


87,244 


50,830 


117,700 


67,939 


62,299 


18,835 


39,104 


64,258 


-'•• 


. 


35,396 


73,034 


66,134 


20,407 


204,665 


47,864 


153,807 


54,790 


126,327 


92,876 


58,871 


35,671 


68,204 


108,112 


.'! 


51 


30 


29 


33 


22 


36 




24 


22 




16 


16 


7 


13 


25 


27 


92 


10 


37 


20 




17 


56 


50 


13 


10 


36 




8 


12 




.'>'. 


12,453 


2,338 


1,716 


586 


119 


748 


7,230 


616 


3,779 


451 


, 


268 






241 


29 


4,255 


101 


4,537 


330 


27 


409 


1,804 


930 




623 


4,127 


32 




173 


72 


HI 


17 


17 


20 


10 


5 


18 


16 


12 


10 


27 


12 


9 


3 




17 


31 


525 


211 


591 


95 


22 


305 


345 


422 


1,921 


307 


726 


98 


72 


180 


175 


32 


34 


15 


10 


23 


17 


18 


16 


12 


12 


15 




7 






9 


it 


11,928 


2,127 


1,125 


491 


97 


443 


6,885 




1,858 




4,037 


170 


" 




66 


34 






13 


23 


17 


18 


21 




11 


22 










23 


35 


1,982 


113 


87 


123 






83 


39 


62 




23 


59 




19 




36 


10 


7 


7 


8 


7 


8 


10 




7 






7 






16 


17 


38 


23 


58 


25 


18 


74 


30 


17 


46 




15 


32 






87 


18 


18 


9 


6 


15 


10 


10 










2 


7 




2 


7 


19 


, 


90 




98 


31 


68 


53 






98 


8 


27 


5 


5 


27 


.,, 


:3 


22 


40 


49 


50 


21 


28 




20 




~3 


10 


17 


47 


30 


..i 


86 


14 




-: 


70 


24 








33 


31 




42 


29 


36 


... 


512 


69 


288 


241 


329 


136 


266 


104 


118 


123 




108 


90 


765 


197 


43 


1,031 


84 


246 


233 




162 


382 


216 


89 




250 


124 


252 


207 


285 


... 




21 


22 


20 


5 


16 


21 


13 


16 


17 


8 


7 


4 


14 


11 


4', 


86 


5 


28 




5 


17 






13 


6 


24 


4 


9 


8 


12 


... 


83, 545 


. 


10,589 


2,885 


82 


2,550 


28,519 


1,698 


. 


957 


22,937 


800 


350 


3,626 


462 


47 


25,897 


429 


31,389 


1,742 


112 


. 


10,035 


4,100 


1,532 


3,848 


26,630 


200 


282 


320 


347 


48 


1,037 


344 


724 


967 


767 


. 


525 


1,058 


918 


1,378 


564 


674 


486 


972 


1 877 


49 


. 


392 


644 


1,067 


1,392 


1,875 


827 


1,508 


996 


1,953 


739 


856 


639 


1,204 


2,329 


50 


3,420,160 


242,209 


1,223,111 


383,090 


88,870 


1,330,773 


600,787 


733,302 


1,009,852 


593,473 


260,394 


867,703 


317,303 


257,447 


782,123 


51 


4,720,267 


273,684 


2,354,465 


508,375 


170,396 


1,840,961 


975,207 


1,002,269 


1,458,105 


928,309 


412,661 


1,329,161 


566,592 


325,901 


977,004 


52 


917 


318 


661 


957 


669 


1,382 


458 


934 


811 


1,210 


532 


569 


448 


904 


1,742 


53 




345 


773 


1,035 


1,237 


1,690 






836 


1,636 


685 


727 


595 


1,122 


2,068 


54 


. 


2,791 


7,935 


6,176 


1,557 


10,687 


5,062 


5,226 


7,423 


6,384 


3,522 


6,215 


3,594 


4,241 


8,337 


5S 


15,328 


2,958 


11,820 


5,945 


2,307 


10,321 


5,097 


4,931 


7,849 


5,981 


3,727 


6,057 




3,920 


7,507 


X 


457 


186 


296 


461 


223 


725 


268 


437 


466 


627 


333 


401 


189 


389 


765 


•■',• 


449 


181 


355 


433 


355 


829 


362 


582 


439 


663 


436 


440 


262 


434 


702 


58 


9,770 


1,154 


3,401 


1,980 


520 


4,620 


2,106 


2,040 


3,801 


2,260 


1,160 


3,498 


1,253 


1,516 


2,490 


59 


11,132 


1,398 


7,843 




566 


4,898 


2,003 


1,762 


5,267 


2,466 


1,341 


3,805 


1,371 


1,087 


2,276 


60 


1,503,048 


132,426 


419,920 


168,081 


34,011 


. 


179,239 


168,773 


423,052 


201,175 


92,541 


256,742 


107,261 


113,359 


214,166 


..i 


2,274,905 


179,473 


1,179,340 


239,774 


61,252 


730,422 


306,442 


211,511 


758,121 


332,493 


159,335 


442,289 


183,961 


132,525 


294,234 


62 


778 


253 


620 


696 


595 


1,232 


401 


816 


673 


. 


448 


421 


415 


825 


1,588 


63 


873 


297 


707 


959 


1,091 


1,532 


650 


1,146 


669 


. 


588 


534 


560 


1,024 


, 


64 


5,050 


1,637 


4,534 


4,196 


1,037 


6,067 


2,956 


3,186 


3,622 


. 


2,362 


i 


2,341 


2,725 


5,847 


65 


4,196 


1,560 


3,977 


3,964 


1,741 


5,423 


3,094 


3,169 


2,582 


, 


2,386 


2,252 


2,583 


2,833 


5,231 


66 


317,891 


64,711 


263,407 


150,294 


33,859 


341,688 


106,242 


137,434 


. 


161,161 


56,879 


107,998 


82,571 


113,429 


260,098 


67 


325,924 


59,487 


251,467 


174,772 


75,688 


340,608 


140,383 


181,206 


134,136 


176, 331 


83,333 


130,873 


. 


143,829 


275,559 


i.H 


511 


82 


275 




191 


797 


336 


639 


589 


585 


168 


442 


187 


190 


807 


,,■, 


810 


134 


535 


318 


381 


1,381 


635 


, 


864 


1,155 


330 


744 


»03 


348 


1,377 


70 


17,311 


1 


7,637 


2,038 


981 


11,983 


8,419 


10,683 


10,088 


6,792 


3,297 


12,353 


. 


1,335 


7,872 


71 


27,213 


1,289 


. 


3,122 


1,761 


20,942 


16,123 


18,354 


16,817 


. 


5,089 


21,743 


. 


2,422 


12,653 


7! 


573,850 


31,315 


267,326 


53,093 


15,886 


436,563 


300,676 


419,815 


360,638 


. 


102,262 


489,766 


110,122 


24,922 


, 


73 


832,433 


27,877 


469,156 


67,059 


23,706 


667,458 


511,212 


588,288 


539,411 


, 


. 


724,453 


216,361 


39,612 


333,207 


74 


503 


20 


227 


21 


8 




38 


24 


68 


25 


26 


32 


42 


7 


109 


75 


483 


16 


256 


35 


9 


160 


34 


37 


29 




34 


' 


77 


8 


132 


76 


48,995 


751 


13,285 


393 


100 


3,746 


945 


286 


2,921 


604 


564 


728 


1,036 


140 


3,249 


77 


41,742 


251 


16,662 


1,214 


95 


3,433 


639 


403 


963 


466 


616 


1,009 


, 


133 


3,324 


78 


883,687 


12,217 


231,219 


6,664 


1,072 


61,755 


12,513 


, 


45,830 


8,792 


7,060 


10,000 


11,848 


1,730 


46,805 


79 


862,953 


3,970 


321,663 


20,433 


1,439 


68,384 


12,968 


7,565 


19,031 


8,371 


9,683 


21,904 


37,358 


2,314 


60,606 


80 


47 


19 


44 


36 


69 


56 




38 


20 


62 


17 


25 


19 




' 


61 




29 


83 


62 


89 


124 


49 




71 


. . 


42 




67 


86 


136 


82 


150 


24 


122 


96 


82 


113 


41 


66 




80 


25 




29 


106 


109 


63 


376 


42 


261 


102 


97 


253 




384 


133 


390 


67 


210 


100 


4 


217 


84 


141,684 


1,540 


41,239 


4,958 


4,042 


5,646 




3,005 


1,255 


7,888 


1,652 


. 


1,501 


4,007 


5,595 


63 


404,052 


2,877 


132, 839 


6,337 


3,311 


14,089 


4,202 


13,699 


7,406 


23,699 


3,369 


9,642 


4,758 


7,621 


13,398 


86 



134 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 7 (Part 2 of 2 ) —LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 





















tFor comparability of datf 


on livestock 




Item 
























(For definitions and expla 


nations, see text) 


Christian 


Clark 


Clay 


Clinton 


Crittenden 


Cumberland 


Daviess 


Edmonson 


Elliott 




Poultry and poultry products: 






















1 


Poultry and/or poultry product 




























882 




314 


418 




566 
1,174 


1,008 
1,764 


502 
1,021 


250 
575 


2 




1949... 


1,388 


726 


885 


1,039 


1,013 


3 




dollars 1954... 


152,410 


1,146,394 


23,646 


81,147 


80,875 


402,667 


279,401 


54,958 


17,967 


4 
5 


Chickens, 4 months old and ove 


1949... 


198,501 


1,241,477 


44,226 


107,567 


183, 530 


141,197 


266,477 


112,503 


64,304 






.farms reporting 1954... 


1,757 


1,023 


2,063 


1,205 


875 


1,169 


1,797 


990 


742 


6 




1950. . . 


2,203 


1,169 


2,339 


1,275 


1,243 


1,460 


2,457 


1,304 


990 


7 




number 1954... 


94,319 


50,061 


64,915 


46,450 


56,828 


50,291 


103,705 


51,840 


30,095 


S 




1950... 


89,902 


64,553 


68,023 


56,880 


74,389 


57,394 


130,545 


55,388 


46,289 


9 




•farms reporting 1954... 


343 


182 


170 


188 


273 


256 


452 


244 


27 


10 




1949... 


884 


336 


627 


808 


824 


1,012 


1,237 


723 


310 


11 




number 1954... 


34,752 


65,705 


6,694 


79,839 


20,027 


577,443 


206,337 


27,039 


1,703 


12 




1949. . . 


86,241 


24,504 


18,658 


40,685 


60,162 


92,356 


71,700 


40,067 


25,606 


13 




dollars 1954... 


28,916 


48,807 


6,421 


56,657 


16,736 


378,455 


144,505 


20,583 


1,620 


14 




1949... 


86,780 


25,183 


20,063 


41,915 


62,863 


92,164 


73,835 


40,018 


24,208 


15 




.farms reporting 1954... 


2 


5 




6 




27 


9 


3 




16 




number 1954... 


12,632 


57,600 




71,640 




569,778 


177,100 


14,685 




17 




dollars 1954... 


8,882 


41,220 




49,534 




372,389 


120,270 


10,290 




18 














273 
20,027 


231 
7,665 


445 
29,237 


244 
12,354 


27 
1,703 


i" 




number 1954... 


22,120 


8,105 


6,694 


8,199 


20 




dollars 1954... 


20,034 


7,587 


6,421 


7,123 


16,736 


6,066 


24,235 


10,293 


1,620 


21 




.farms reporting 1954... 


783 


371 


174 


334 


453 


486 


867 


426 


243 


22 




1949... 


1,223 


656 


586 


918 


886 


1,021 


1,551 


885 


501 


23 




dozens 1954... 


378,407 


94,761 


37,851 


69,879 


169,660 


77,947 


280,628 


101,277 


45,183 


24 




1949... 


28 


137,960 


65,927 


190,052 


325,625 


142,254 


414,320 


208,951 


109,230 


25 




dollars 1954... 


121,425 


40,418 


14,232 


23,147 


54,301 


22,823 


104,909 


34,040 


16,252 


..'i 




1949... 


109,580 


50,737 


23,977 


65,475 


118,258 


48,553 


148,439 


72,181 


39,955 


27 




farms reporting 1954 


52 


36 


49 


50 


21 


20 


20 


6 




28 




1949... 


50 


30 


7 


7 


12 


3 


33 


7 


5 


29 




number 1954... 


738 


161,103 


753 


512 


2,745 


178 


6,051 


123 


54 


30 




1949. . . 


504 


82,932 


60 


30 


491 


17 


7,660 


98 


41 


31 






28 


19 


20 


29 


8 










32 




number 1954... 


329 


18,435 


199 


305 


1,191 


85 


90 


123 


54 


33 




. farms reporting 1954. . . 


24 


17 


31 


21 


14 


8 


15 






34 




number 1954... 


409 


142,668 


554 


207 


1,554 


93 


5,961 






i'. 


Turkey hens to be kept for breeding, 




























18 








17 
85 


9 
236 


3 
12 




36 




number 1954... 


176 


16,047 


157 


134 


115 


9 


37 




.farms reporting 1954... 


22 


7 


15 


25 


7 


11 


5 


3 


2 


38 




number 1954... 


94 


2,154 


45 


78 


89 


64 


140 


12 


9 


19 






17 
82 




24 

112 


16 
56 


9 
26 


21 


7 
96 






40 




number 1954... 


13,893 






41 




farms reporting 1954 


47 


58 


34 


42 


12 


41 


60 


20 


8 


42 




1949. . . 


53 


36 


52 


38 


37 


66 


78 


15 


18 


43 




number 1954... 


407 


353 


319 


447 


112 


355 


528 


125 


32 


44 




1949... 


379 


217 


344 


282 


176 


394 


733 


91 


98 


45 


Turkeys, ducks, geese, other mj 


scellaneous 






















poultry, and their eggs sold. 


.farms reporting 1954 


22 


36 


20 


27 


11 


12 


22 


5 


2 


46 




1949... 


25 


26 


7 


10 


16 


14 


28 


9 


5 


47 




dollars 1954... 


2,069 


1,057,169 


2,993 


1,343 


9,838 


1,389 


29,987 


335 


95 


48 


Ani.uls sold .live: 


1949... 


2,141 


1,165,557 


186 


177 


2,409 


480 


44,203 


304 


141 


49 


Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, or 


























.farms reporting 1954... 


1,482 


95 ■ 


792 


840 


845 


1,035 


1,342 


899 


637 


50 




1949... 


1,857 


1,175 


1,501 


1,122 


1,224 


1,269 


2,078 


1,187 


763 


51 




dollars 1954... 


2,847, Li 


1,585,243 


178,692 


363,068 


978,828 


615,379 


1,726,434 


385,872 


112,522 


52 




1949... 


3,424,877 


2,459,168 


282,059 


459,432 


1,413,888 


850,032 


2,424,512 


670,784 


166,323 


53 


Cattle and/or calves sold 






























894 




760 
1,001 


755 
1,063 


937 
1,099 




841 
1,068 




54 




1949... 


1,567 


1,078 


1,311 


1^734 


724 


55 




number 1954. .. 


18,430 


11,460 


2,262 


4,298 


6,454 


5,507 


10,235 


5,050 


1,859 


56 




1949... 


15,713 


13,372 


2,754 


3,524 


6,079 


4,607 


10,719 


4,779 


1,894 


57 


Cattle sold alive, exclud 


ing 






























226 
367 


300 
333 


404 

506 


405 
451 


757 
838 


424 
508 


226 
262 


58 




1949. . . 


851 


511 


59 




number 1954... 


10,538 


6,134 


668 


1,013 


2,498 


1,675 


6,049 


1,603 


464 


60 




1949. . . 


9,389 


8,359 


600 


943 


2,460 


1,851 


5,796 


1,611 


562 


61 




dollars 1954... 


1,237,080 


707,512 


47,552 


91,037 


262,715 


135,890 


735,880 


126,410 


37,649 


62 




1949... 


1,474,046 


1,278,829 


66,469 


117,061 


347,342 


217,445 


938,461 


203,755 


66,391 


63 




.farms reporting 1954... 


1,097 


765 


603 


714 


678 


896 


846 


781 


564 


64 




1949... 


1,268 


962 


1,202 


940 


926 


991 


1,451 


975 


644 


65 




number 1954. . . 


7,892 


5,326 


1,594 


3,285 


3,956 


3,832 


4,186 


3,447 


1,395 






1949... 


6,324 


5,013 


2,154 


2,581 


3,619 


2,756 


4,923 


3,168 


1,332 


67 




dollars 1954... 


421,373 


307,043 


65,567 


149,655 


203,718 


170,563 


185,454 


128,553 


62,682 


68 




1949... 


441,619 


347,692 


108,165 


158,789 


229,465 


158,838 


275,306 


175,042 


72,139 


t,9 




. farms reporting 1954. . . 


937 


319 


255 


399 


571 


606 


777 


305 


84 


70 




1949... 


1,443 


637 


644 


659 


1,035 


955 


1,575 


777 


183 


','1 




number 1954... 


26,333 


6,092 


2,235 


3,869 


13,127 


8,814 


18,774 


3,337 


494 


72 




1949... 


35,713 


12,857 


5,099 


7,077 


21,813 


17,394 


33,029 


9,172 


1,104 


73 




dollars 1954... 


1,028,126 


184,097 


58,504 


112,613 


492,864 


."3. , «; 


776,274 


119,227 


8,749 


74 




1949... 


1,315,136 


340,370 


88,631 


165,309 


805,551 


456,571 


1,162,881 


262,773 


17,455 


75 


Sheep and lambs sold alive. 


•farms reporting 1954... 


147 


341 


10 


26 


52 


44 


47 


29 


5 


76 




1949... 


149 


356 


30 


38 


49 


32 


59 


31 


9 


77 




number 1954... 


8,394 


21,168 


205 


412 


1,166 


918 


1,631 


607 


110 


78 




1949. . . 


6,873 


24,499 


308 


419 


867 


435 


2,049 


759 


167 


79 




dollars 1954... 


138,462 


374, 275 


3,221 


5,525 


18,586 


14,431 


23,957 


8,131 


1,772 


80 




1949... 


137,334 


477,083 


4,473 


6,094 


15,436 


7,432 


35,292 


14,536 


3,675 


HI 


Horses and mules sold alive 


. farms reporting 1954. . . 


52 


46 


53 


56 


15 


61 


36 


57 


20 


82 




1949... 


174 


91 


118 


104 


155 


100 


151 


111 


62 


83 




number 1954... 


81 


105 


72 


102 


21 


79 


106 


83 


36 


84 




1949. . . 


387 


252 


163 


170 


341 


162 


244 


237 


94 


85 




dollars 1954... 


22,075 


12,316 


3,848 


4,238 


945 


3,513 


4,869 


3,551 


1,670 


86 




1949... 


56,742 


15,194 


14,321 


12,179 


16,094 


9,746 


12,572 


14,678 


6,663 



KENTUCKY 



135 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry, 


see text and 


State TBble 


12] 


























Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franilin 


Fulton 


Callatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin 




362 


339 


1,1/47 


557 


352 


328 


217 


813 


634 


1,585 


1,456 


1,126 


379 


362 


1,381 


1 


735 


559 


1,366 


1,002 


478 


460 


273 


1,112 


818 


2,521 


1,899 


1,623 


744 


625 


1,865 


2 


36,131 


77,940 


112,614 


47,795 


46,397 


95,602 


19,13.9 


49,555 


69,123 


148,367 


583,660 


813,803 


140,488 


132,900 


199,536 


3 


64,466 


150,020 


151,609 


58,449 


75,326 


48,327 


26,156 


78,424 


107,424 


207,287 


424,356 


124,211 


83,451 


128,017 


238, 116 


4 


1,029 


818 


1,637 


2,325 


943 


656 


372 


1,416 


1,222 


2,965 


1,877 


1,656 


1,146 


616 


2,062 


5 


1,331 


1,101 


1,771 


2,686 


1,134 


727 


413 


1,612 


1,338 


3,577 


2,354 


2,089 


1,298 


785 


2,373 


6 


41,133 


40,838 


92,296 


84,974 


34,819 


33,988 


18,605 


64,700 


47,241 


125,560 


154,121 


101,499 


46,908 


43,673 


U8,574 


7 


48,035 


58,453 


89,958 


88,790 


39,273 


33,088 


16,858 


70,245 


49,345 


137,675 


159,777 


90,281 


51,755 


55,189 


133,936 


8 


149 


UK 


494 


300 


82 


146 


34 


241 


192 


768 


707 


457 


165 


219 


596 


9 


434 


243 


531 


643 


198 


328 


148 


374 


345 


1,688 


1,479 


1,075 


409 


411 


1,155 


10 


7,464 


25,006 


23,437 


12,339 


10,203 


112,942 


3,517 


8,006 


5,986 


70,948 


359,040 


1,096,696 


123,539 


116,790 


55,122 


11 


20,787 


70,919 


21,526 


19,299 


17,254 


16,252 


6,817 


11,392 


13,814 


62,642 


122,140 


43,726 


32,544 


26,661 


64,316 


12 


6,927 


18,603 


18,889 


12,733 


9,252 


63,748 


3,1/43 


6,262 


5,221 


54,195 


263,968 


682,475 


89,606 


85,039 


41,194 


13 


21,453 


75,896 


22,072 


21,847 


20,124 


16,760 


7,738 


10,837 


15,865 


64,834 


118,190 


44,165 


35,734 


27,244 


63,184 


14 


1 


2 


1 




2 


4 








2 


12 


48 


6 


5 


3 


15 


1,000 


18,000 


3,000 




5,000 


105,600 








46,000 


299,600 


1,066,451 


115,000 


99,800 


17,000 


16 


1,000 


11,800 


2,800 




4,573 


58,060 








33,800 


216,765 


659,543 


81,731 


72,800 


12,381 


17 


148 


104 


494 


300 


81 


142 


84 


241 


192 


766 


696 


409 


160 


215 


593 


IS 


6,464 


7,006 


20,437 


12,339 


5,203 


7,342 


3,517 


8,006 


5,986 


24,948 


59,440 


30,245 


8,539 


16,990 


38,122 


19 


5,927 


6,803 


16,089 


12,733 


4,679 


5,688 


3,143 


6,262 


5,221 


20,395 


47,203 


22,932 


7,875 


12,239 


28,813 


20 


303 


294 


1,046 


384 


328 


279 


201 


754 


579 


1,386 


1,318 


1,007 


297 


252 


1,266 


21 


623 


502 


1,301 


718 


458 


380 


251 


1,031 


738 


2,221 


1,895 


1,491 


616 


579 


1,711 


2 J 


67,609 


121,733 


276,805 


68,241 


87,821 


86,129 


44,579 


130,397 


86,175 


268,647 


672,296 


334,943 


95,330 


145,886 


-33,580 


23 


108,894 


147,088 


317,291 


80,617 


124,500 


83,109 


51,049 


195,496 


150,663 


367,570 


836,179 


243,526 


112,117 


272,790 


479,198 


24 


28,743 


54,814 


87,083 


31,812 


35,377 


29,304 


14,801 


42,081 


29,629 


93,600 


228,597 


98,338 


40,410 


45,848 


139,638 


25 


42,587 


65,662 


125,680 


34,991 


52,027 


30,835 


18,301 


66,282 


56,035 


136,687 


266,973 


79,581 


45,648 


94,518 


162,857 


26 


17 


52 


85 


45 


30 


25 


8 


25 


24 


19 


35 


14 


27 


11 


67 


27 


19 


40 


45 


17 


46 


:. 




18 


32 


16 


28 


5 


18 


13 


79 


.'S 


134 


905 


2,113 


672 


517 


525 


270 


363 


4,691 


178 


21,199 


9,556 


2,228 


456 


4,421 


29 


162 


1,534 


880 


305 


532 


166 


49 


317 


4,346 


987 


6,111 


39 


378 


1,061 


2,372 


lu 


n 


24 


39 


18 


12 


12 


3 


19 


9 


16 


10 


10 


13 


4 


37 


31 


65 


397 


1,020 


109 


117 


163 


52 


244 


139 


136 


112 


6,381 


283 


133 


1,579 


32 


7 


30 


46 


27 


20 


13 




6 


15 


3 


25 


4 


14 


7 


30 


S3 


69 


508 


1,093 


563 


400 


362 


218 


119 


4,552 


42 


21,087 


3,175 


1,945 


323 


2,842 


14 


9 


31 


45 


34 


21 


19 


5 


18 


15 


13 


14 


6 


14 


7 


23 


IS 


22 


207 


172 


126 


115 


74 


13 


68 


54 


44 


1,970 


13 


41 


25 


95 


36 


3 


17 


24 


16 


9 


10 


3 


15 


7 


9 


4 




8 


3 


12 


37 


5 


148 


S3 


61 


70 


. 


10 


55 


22 


32 


31 


13 


26 


15 


38 


18 


6 


16 


21 


18 


13 


9 


2 


3 


8 


4 


10 






4 


11 


39 


17 


59 


■ 


65 


45 


■■. 


3 


13 


32 


12 


1,939 




15 


10 


57 


40 


21 


65 




91 


58 


42 


15 


[4 


54 


25 


19 


31 


46 


7 


74 


41 


27 


24 


36 


72 


56 


26 


6 


26 


14 


56 


35 


50 


32 


25 


69 


42 


115 


1,095 


338 


467 


551 


301 


157 


378 


255 


167 


207 


210 


289 


63 


409 


.. i 


202 


446 


153 


498 


561 


237 


22 


136 


69 


352 


296 


410 


196 


198 


493 


44 


8 


40 


64 


19 


21 


22 


5 


18 


19 


5 


29 


12 


13 


13 


42 


»•' 


U 


26 


32 


21 


37 


U 


1 


15 


22 


18 


35 


17 


19 


15 


70 


... 


461 


4,523 


6,642 


3,250 


1,768 


2,550 


1,175 


1,212 


34,273 


572 


91,095 


32,990 


10,472 


2,013 


18,704 




446 


8,462 


3,857 


1,611 


3,175 


732 


119 


1,305 


35,524 


5,766 


39,193 


465 


2,069 


6,255 


12,075 


it 


706 


761 


1,576 


952 


801 


505 


381 


1,327 


1,223 


2,093 


1,686 


1,559 


741 


425 


1,802 


:■! 


987 


946 


1,704 


1,382 


1,014 


589 


392 


1,534 


1,311 


3,081 


2,133 


1,925 


941 


676 


2,126 


SO 


279,115 


6,390,833 


1,361,689 


124,009 


793,827 


1,301,147 


159,660 


1,408,174 


602,427 


1,365,500 


1,048,046 


761,863 


235,807 


456,020 


2,072,450 


51 


352,231 


5,910,017 


1,562,073 


188,804 


1,107,747 


1,571,060 


212,481 


1,948,803 


887,245 


2,061,528 


1,673,340 


970,628 


304,227 


558,443 


2,790,611 


52 


623 


655 


1,531 


762 


756 


398 


368 


1,272 


1,161 


1,765 


1,543 


1,498 


652 


361 


1,630 


53 


868 


818 


1,644 


1,201 


921 


469 


362 


1,427 


1,249 


2,572 


1,892 


1,776 


788 


552 


1,897 


v. 


2,763 


17,149 


13,903 


1,822 


6,303 


7,011 


2,272 


11,212 


7,921 


12, 162 


8,577 


8,493 


3,059 


2,832 


14,079 


v. 


2,790 


14,765 


12,498 


2,353 


6,646 


5,973 


1,944 


11,732 


7,851 


11,406 


8,578 


7,441 


3,166 


2,732 


13,243 


56 


238 


428 


755 


325 


411 


279 


161 


626 


613 


930 


774 


672 


338 


194 


869 


57 


289 


431 


659 


408 


402 


274 


157 


636 


558 


1,090 


858 


579 


350 


255 


886 


58 


760 


11,867 


6,160 


763 


3,017 


4,300 


587 


5,144 


2,657 


4,951 


3,450 


2,384 


1,297 


1,882 


6,437 


V, 


927 


10,692 


5,641 


707 


3,179 


4,154 


580 


6,617 


2,761 


4,544 


3,468 


1,985 


1,326 


1,692 


6,408 


.,11 


68,396 


1,651,888 


713,750 


54,560 


328,046 


492,747 


54,528 


615,443 


233,649 


389,301 


306,847 


198,237 


110,227 


230,089 


648,236 


,,1 


112,079 


1,916,399 


805,402 


74,567 


457,228 


626,608 


61,384 


993,694 


323,406 


555,426 


479,828 


251,255 


139,399 


296,982 


1,001,381 


,..' 


565 


538 


1,418 


627 


630 


304 


344 


1,146 


1,066 


1,512 


1,378 


1,416 


538 


279 


1,435 


63 


796 


627 


1,552 


1,023 


816 


338 


329 


1,294 


1,163 


2,260 


1,714 


1,693 


654 


449 


1,710 


l~ 


2,003 


5,282 


7,743 


1,059 


3,286 


2,711 


1,685 


6,068 


5,264 


7,211 


5,127 


6,109 


1,762 


950 


7,642 


.,'. 


1,863 


4,073 


6,857 


1,646 


3,467 


1,819 


1,364 


5,115 


5,090 


6,662 


5,110 


5,45b 


1,840 


1,040 


6,835 


66 


108, 524 


337,167 


383,806 


34,369 


143,748 


162,196 


60,241 


322,849 


196,278 


259,030 


217,044 


252,416 


81,215 


53,239 


368,105 


67 


101,515 


309,123 


397,196 


71,265 


211,871 


140,240 


60,505 


310,193 


240,010 


301,648 


305,658 


296,987 


96,655 


54,113 


419,904 


,,H 


284 


285 


500 


305 


208 


381 


92 


486 


262 


1,048 


937 


757 


291 


219 


1,089 


69 


487 


499 


789 


412 


498 


508 


234 


837 


554 


2,165 


1,609 


1,314 


436 


445 


1,626 


70 


3,216 


7,450 


7,368 


1,715 


4,239 


14,522 


1,236 


9,603 


2,154 


18,127 


12,787 


8,780 


2,280 


4,449 


23,867 


71 


5,417 


15,924 


10,453 


1,979 


9,608 


20,825 


2,874 


15,682 


5,320 


36,236 


23,526 


13,975 


3,320 


6,612 


35,979 


72 


96,576 


193,916 


176,749 


25,729 


119,871 


593,535 


32,153 


298,434 


47,456 


679,927 


447,063 


288,190 


42,009 


169,895 


898,453 


73 


124,144 


470,147 


228,862 


30,158 


239,459 


732,044 


72,475 


410,954 


131,008 


1,132,300 


769,638 


383,773 


58,701 


199,767 


1,177,048 


74 


6 


191 


159 


25 


132 


63 


34 


212 


289 


69 


205 


52 




10 


262 


75 


17 


206 


192 


20 


165 


62 


42 


283 


331 


75 


273 


69 


2 


11 


324 


■!>. 


128 


17,073 


4,895 


295 


7,739 


3,298 


761 


8,199 


8,481 


1,897 


4,440 


1,083 




160 


8,893 


77 


367 


18,004 


5,944 


119 


6,848 


3,345 


959 


11,013 


10,073 


1,692 


4,905 


1,530 


17 


143 


8,909 


78 


2,175 


295,983 


76,789 


3,595 


128,942 


51,550 


11,607 


141,939 


118,140 


30,899 


71,632 


18,520 




2,557 


150,818 


79 


6,600 


383,618 


115,282 


1,793 


131,869 


66,455 


16,089 


206,606 


181,382 


33,954 


88,778 


27,079 


170 


2,693 


179,423 


Mil 


30 


111 


94 


72 


51 


17 


15 


76 


70 


87 


72 


64 


42 


5 


72 


81 


74 


138 


87 


120 


102 


50 


16 


138 


79 


343 


193 


114 


82 


65 


131 


82 


70 


1,102 


171 


134 


109 


32 


23 


123 


135 


144 


103 


104 


47 


7 


115 


Hi 


121 


848 


132 


150 


210 


106 


32 


266 


168 


561 


474 


170 


120 


98 


225 


84 


3,444 


3,911,879 


10,593 


5,756 


73,220 


1,119 


1,131 


29,509 


6,904 


6,343 


5,460 


4,500 


2,356 


240 


6,838 


S3 


7,893 


2,830,730 


15,331 


11,021 


67,320 


5,713 


2,028 


27,356 


11,439 


38,200 


29,438 


11,534 


9,302 


4,888 


12,855 


86 



136 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 2 of 2 ) .-LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 





(For definitions and expla 


nations, see text) 


Harlan 


Harrison 


Hart 


Henderson 


Henrv 


Hickman 


Hopkins 


Jackson 


Jefferson 




Poultry and poultry products: 






















1 


Poultry and/or poultry product 


























.farms reporting 1954... 
1949... 


163 
272 


740 
1,090 


1,207 
1,646 


446 
1,068 


686 
1,043 


460 
806 


684 

1,207 


572 
1,043 


489 
946 


2 




3 




dollars 1954... 


25,936 


78,020 


138,689 


104,788 


50,563 


88,876 


101,266 


35,131 


289,983 


4 
5 


Chickens, 4 months old and ove 


1949... 


36,938 


173,790 


159,406 


175,068 


88,870 


92,005 


112,211 


79,157 


448,129 






.farms reporting 1954... 
1950... 


755 
792 


1,477 
1,607 


2,068 
2,315 


1,097 
1,439 


1,162 
1,399 


710 
1,094 


1,226 

1,699 


1,389 

1,716 


1,021 
1,915 


t 




7 




number 1954... 


29,495 


62,308 


112,253 


67,033 


59,987 


39,502 


62,996 


47,755 


57,827 


■ 




1950... 


25,407 


65,863 


110,113 


70,615 


65,257 


61,047 


68,905 


57,728 


90,944 


9 




.farms reporting 1954... 


65 


122 


460 


237 


220 


223 


326 


176 


189 


10 




1949... 


169 


364 


1,124 


725 


487 


537 


8b8 


594 


498 


11 




number 1954... 


4,913 


4,104 


71,300 


21,398 


9,007 


78,968 


16,464 


6,232 


124,892 


12 




1949... 


21,155 


12,901 


44,052 


50,266 


19,318 


23,469 


37,845 


20,121 


184,496 


13 




dollars 1954... 


4,414 


3,217 


56,112 


18,537 


6,752 


54,186 


14,392 


5,507 


88,139 


L4 




1949... 


18,707 


13,481 


45,372 


52,209 


19,839 


23,388 


39,983 


20,779 


188,510 


15 




.farms reporting 1954... 


1 






1 






1 




7 


16 




number 1954 .. . 


2,160 




47,500 


4,069 




69,000 


1,275 




108,210 


17 




dollars 1954... 


1,800 




36,700 


3,822 




45,950 


1.148 




72,573 


L8 




.farms reporting 1954... 


64 


122 


456 


237 


220 


220 


326 


176 


184 


19 




number 1954... 


2,753 


4,104 


23,800 


17,329 


9,007 


9,968 


15,209 


6,232 


16,682 


20 




dollars 1954. . . 


2,614 


3,217 


19,412 


14,715 


6,752 


8,236 


13,244 


5,507 


15,566 


21 


Chicken eggs sold 


■farms reporting 1954... 
1949... 


127 
185 


695 

1,071 


1,098 
1,645 


394 

911 


627 
953 


417 
806 


606 
1,020 


529 
911 


422 

795 


22 




23 




dozens 1954. . . 


43,463 


116,911 


230,789 


198,992 


124,449 


123,394 


230,854 


86,114 


235,155 


24 




1949... 


36,990 


181,998 


313,883 


275,864 


172,457 


193,993 


197,401 


153,787 


327,437 


25 




dollars 1954... 


20,836 


37,256 


81,247 


71,072 


41,690 


34,329 


82,359 


29,141 


113,936 


26 




1949... 


18,003 


67,115 


110,699 


111,968 


66,396 


68,350 


70, 505 


58,026 


155,031 


27 


Turkeys raised 


farms reporting 1954 


29 


44 


14 


21 


25 


11 


64 


19 


54 


38 




1949. . . 


13 


52 


15 


33 


21 


1 


31 


5 


103 


29 




number 1954. . . 


251 


8,301 


384 


3,556 


668 


67 


1,221 


134 


12,347 


30 




1949... 


63 


13,757 


528 


1,580 


496 


40 


393 


77 


20,915 


31 






23 


28 


8 


9 


16 


3 


26 


11 




32 




number 1954... 


184 


3,045 


231 


1,435 


411 


11 


200 


46 


1,475 


33 




farms reporting 1954. . . 








13 




8 


39 


8 


28 


34 




number 1954. . . 


67 


5,256 


153 


2,121 


257 


56 


1,021 


88 


10,872 


35 


Turkey hens to be kept for bre 


'ding. 
























.farms reporting 1954... 


13 


17 


10 




20 


8 


40 


17 


22 


36 




number 1954. . . 


68 


65 


34 




132 


24 


214 


66 


3,587 


37 




.farms reporting 1954... 


10 




7 




15 


1 


14 


8 


12 


38 




number 1954. . . 


55 


41 


22 


15 


108 


1 


69 


25 


51 


39 




.farms reporting 1954... 


3 


8 


3 


2 


5 


7 


26 




10 


41 




number 1954. . . 


13 


24 


12 


4 


24 


23 


145 


41 


3,536 


41 




.farms reporting 1954... 


13 


35 


70 


17 


62 


23 


47 


15 


43 


42 




1949... 


21 


51 


60 


52 


39 


17 


61 


26 


105 


43 




number 1954. . . 


111 


284 


405 


140 


315 


160 


303 


109 


506 


44 




1949... 


242 


293 


365 


364 


203 


105 


442 


173 


1,019 


45 


Turkeys, ducks, geese, other m 


acellaneous 






















poultry, and their eggs sold. 


. farms reporting 1954. . . 


13 


35 


13 


8 


13 


12 


28 




32 


46 




1949... 


10 


52 


16 


35 


11 


3 


21 


8 


81 


47 




dollars 1954... 


686 


37,547 


1,330 


15,179 


2,121 


361 


4,515 


483 


87,908 


48 


I»...l< sold .live: 


1949. . . 


228 


93,194 




10,891 


2,635 


267 


1,723 


352 


104,588 


49 


Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, o 


























•farms reporting 1954... 


166 


1,439 


1,748 


1,028 


1,145 


788 


917 


971 


1,025 


50 




1949... 


370 


1,647 


2,194 


1,339 


1,353 


1,045 


1,339 


1,322 


1,651 


51 




dollars 1954... 


53,126 


1,448,215 


1,070,137 


2,577,981 


935,124 


1,666,727 


823,134 


224,068 


1,681,861 


52 




1949. . . 


56,210 


2,068,164 


1,677,664 


3,096,448 


1,360,459 


1,955,014 


1,121,952 


299,560 


2,368,475 


53 


Cattle and/or calves sold 
























alive 


. farms reporting 1954. . . 


115 


1,355 


1,680 


827 


1,106 


68C 


749 


920 


81° 


54 




1949. . . 


289 


1,570 


2,052 


1,062 


1,292 


878 


1,049 


1,217 


1,276 


55 




number 1954. . . 


627 


10,748 


11,614 


11,450 


9,466 


9,642 


5,616 


3,035 


10,126 


56 




1949... 


575 


11,489 


12,334 


10,220 


9,676 


8,152 


5,303 


3,059 


11,195 


57 


Cattle sold alive, excluding 
























•farms reporting 1954... 


61 


656 


778 


536 


529 


411 


395 


392 


548 


58 




1949... 


129 


685 


883 


535 


552 


440 


497 


482 


703 


59 




number 1954. . . 


237 


4,658 


3,814 


6,498 


2,801 


5,503 


2,263 


1,104 


5,155 


60 




1949... 


219 


5,380 


5,350 


6,412 


2,968 


4,618 


2,329 


1,067 


5,811 


61 




dollars 1954... 


17,598 


442,276 


421,597 


790,170 


266,766 


541,364 


223,636 


99,944 


640,295 


..,' 




1949... 


26,998 


698,381 


757,669 


1,097,818 


403,090 


620,158 


384,101 


125,791 


889,277 


63 




•farms reporting 1954... 


86 


1,214 


1,575 


655 


1,045 


543 


642 


826 


672 


64 




1949... 


218 


1,460 


1,892 


879 


1,233 


712 


902 


1,091 


1,058 


65 




number 1954. . . 


390 


6,090 


7,800 


4,952 


6,665 


4,139 


3,353 


1,931 


4,971 


66 




1949... 


356 


6,109 


6,984 


3,808 


6,708 


3,534 


2,974 


1,992 


5,384 


67 




dollars 1954... 


16,604 


322,650 


327,591 


321,578 


254,620 


213,519 


143,347 


79,574 


134,461 


68 




1949... 


14,244 


397,936 


374,599 


301,856 


332,811 


222,669 


169,308 


101,116 


213,352 


69 


Hogs and pigs sold alive . . . 


..farms reporting 1954... 


68 


472 


737 


865 


426 


520 


631 


249 


530 


70 




1949... 


135 


867 


1,424 


1.223 


849 


908 


1,021 


465 


1,079 


71 




number 1954. . . 


664 


10,281 


8,321 


35,374 


9,485 


20,068 


11,449 


1,548 


21,498 


72 




1949... 


800 


15,980 


16,986 


47,876 


15,608 


31,675 


16,392 


2,771 


32,872 


73 




dollars 1954... 


15,723 


281,131 


272,968 


. 


288,736 


820,264 


441,902 


34,443 


866,386 


74 




1949... 


11,949 


425,952 


468,914 


1,645,779 


435,740 


1,004,295 




59,498 


1,175,348 


75 


Sheep and lambs sold alive. 


..farms reporting 1954... 


9 


651 


85 


71 


159 


87 


32 


20 


31 


76 




1949. . . 


5 


737 


125 


97 


194 


133 


44 


18 


62 


77 




number 1954... 


174 


25,202 


2,508 


2,110 


7,471 


5,895 


724 


397 


1,193 


78 




1949. . . 


68 


29,496 


3,206 


2,377 


9,430 


6,182 


979 


214 


2,890 


79 




dollars 1954... 


1,994 


394,532 


41,391 


34,761 


120,374 


88.38. 


9,541 


5,828 


18,512 


80 




1949... 


660 


529,138 


62,306 


43,958 


178,122 


99,030 


17,755 


4,328 


54,427 


81 


Horses and mules sold alive 


. . farms reporting 1954. . . 


19 


51 


48 


19 


58 


29 


27 


49 


23 


82 




1949... 


28 


129 


131 


67 




73 


106 


80 


91 


83 




number 1954. .. 


25 


150 


64 


31 


83 


70 


60 


67 


71 


84 




1949... 


31 


296 


188 


160 




122 


372 


107 


197 


85 




dollars 1954... 


1,207 


7,626 


6,590 


1,542 


4,628 


2,699 


4,708 


4,279 


22,207 


86 




1949... 


..l — 


16,757 


14,176 


7,037 


10,696 


8,862 


31,335 


8,827 


36,071 



KENTUCKY 



137 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry. 


see text and 


State Table 


12] 


























Jessamine 


»-. 


Kenton 


Knott 


Knox 


L— 


Laurel 


Laurence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Le.is 


Lincoln 


-ivingston 


Logan 




342 


368 


385 


282 


786 


i -I 


951 


739 


80 


139 


290 




762 


495 


1,335 


1 


440 


862 


500 


287 


1,454 


1,052 


1,611 


1,085 


565 


287 


387 


816 


. 


821 


1,871 


2 


41,805 


67,839 


250,283 


20,781 


67,867 


220,114 


161,425 


152,969 


13,226 


4,670 


17,797 


56,817 


68,185 


79,130 


148,997 


3 


39,930 


74,013 


248,821 


18,210 


105,258 


198,480 


145,260 


196,375 


45,404 




18,580 


82,213 


123,106 


167,752 


235,807 


4 


919 


1,167 


755 


1,785 


2,086 


1,039 


2,210 


1,256 


762 


932 


1,407 


1,272 


1,798 


680 


2,015 


5 


850 


1,488 


902 


1,479 


2,436 


1,315 


2,684 


1,568 


946 


1,325 


1,426 


1,482 


2,229 


927 


2,593 


6 


38, 505 


42,117 


65,176 


60,011 


75,019 


84,525 


83,448 


67,645 


26,032 


29,249 


43,178 




82,746 


49,504 


119,997 


7 


37,358 


46,736 


56,651 


42,961 


79,176 


82,555 


94,836 


78,954 


32,520 


34,654 


41,676 


54,386 


92,777 


75,757 


117,645 


8 


87 


149 


210 


184 


263 


349 


268 


271 


19 


72 


105 


227 


10 


237 


487 


9 


156 


584 


29: 


258 


853 


789 


1,048 


616 


374 


212 


229 


387 


714 


59 


1,313 


10 


5,312 


47,090 


42,938 


5,516 


11,510 


133,775 


155,494 


49,190 


2,975 


1,689 


3,700 


12,600 


11,331 


22,513 


27,815 


11 


5,734 


24,759 


54,025 


7,461 


28,984 


80,294 


45,541 


49,983 


21,081 


7,069 


7,112 


18,000 


27,976 


51,836 


65,949 


12 


6,133 


34,964 


33,461 


5,473 


9,742 


95,494 


106,535 


40,512 


2,154 


1,612 


3,597 


10,707 


8,183 


18,152 


24,656 


13 


6,364 


24,433 

1 


57,279 
2 


8,342 


30,898 


74,994 

3 


46,731 

12 


52,623 


21,104 

1 


7,754 


7,779 


18,394 


27,818 


50,632 

1 


66, 565 


14 

15 




41,771 


9,500 






107,000 


141,000 


27,237 


1,000 










8,000 




16 




30,125 


9,000 






72,921 


94,219 


19,837 


800 










6,000 




17 


87 


148 


210 


184 


263 


345 


257 


270 


18 


72 


105 


227 


305 


236 


487 


18 


5,312 


5,319 


33,438 


5,516 


11,510 


26,775 


14,494 


21,953 


1,975 


1,689 


3,700 


12,600 


11,331 


14.5L3 


27,815 


19 


6,133 


4,839 


24,461 


5,473 


9,742 


22,573 


12,316 


20,675 


1,354 


. 


3,597 


10,707 


8,183 


12,152 


24,656 


20 


309 


317 


331 


190 


679 


6; 


839 


680 


68 


84 


239 


619 


659 


453 


1,235 


21 


403 


638 


429 


285 


1,219 


938 


1,323 


54 


437 


179 


287 


745 


1,215 


781 


1,691 


2 t ' 


56,178 


73,190 


437,173 


31,547 


134,732 


359,390 


147,520 


282,474 


25,454 


6,348 


30,394 


131,891 


166,625 


180,860 


349,478 


23 


67,587 


125,995 


337,051 


23,221 


181,831 


347,953 


262, 558 


367,893 


66,030 


14,920 


22,589 


184,631 


263,445 


345,373 


447,885 


24 


22,246 


29,969 


174,859 


14,823 


56,140 


120,939 


54,041 




10,837 


2,988 


13,980 


45,353 


57,659 


59,163 


122,382 


25 


24,860 


47,671 


160,085 


9,716 


71,810 


122,134 


98,156 


142,334 


24,253 


6,589 


10,452 


63,436 


92,931 


116,992 


165,135 


26 


16 


10 


38 


12 


58 


' 


44 


19 


5 


L4 


50 


25 


36 


25 


30 


27 


13 


10 


34 


5 


33 




21 


22 




7 




6 


37 


5 


41 


28 


3,131 


■ 


7,054 


128 




1,052 


399 


205 


75 


85 


247 


318 


582 


488 


524 


29 


1,153 


297 


4,061 


17 


■ 


340 


129 


272 


23 


26 


55 


65 


598 


13 


928 


30 


12 








26 


. 


28 


10 


2 




. 


12 


21 


5 


12 


31 


1,605 


41 


330 


121 


251 


292 




131 


33 


60 




144 


255 


66 


203 


32 


5 




26 




33 




II 


. 


3 


5 




14 


L5 


20 


18 


33 


1,526 




6,724 




522 


760 


221 


74 


42 


25 


106 


174 


. 


422 


321 


34 


■ 


2 


16 






12 


24 


15 




10 


' 


24 


19 


20 


18 


35 


14 




65 


36 




62 


125 


54 






120 


■i. 




104 




36 


' 


1 




11 


■ 






6 


2 


8 




8 


11 


• . 


9 


37 






lb 


80 


87 


22 


70 


20 


10 


20 




s: 


43 


14 


27 


'8 




1 


13 




20 


7 




9 


2 


2 


17 


16 


8 


16 


9 


39 


2 




49 


6 


72 


40 


55 


; 


5 


9 


57 


'■' 


■ 


90 


27 


41 i 


- 


22 


79 




41 




42 


39 


5 


27 




32 


"1 


27 


52 


41 




38 


44 


31 


99 






24 


22 


68 


40 


15 


63 


21 


33 


42 


463 


123 


712 


219 


457 






231 


48 


188 


164 




502 


1 


298 


43 


168 


277 


419 




' 


219 


361 


144 


132 


568 


318 




390 


108 


388 


44 


24 


8 


27 


6 


. 


17 


14 


8 






8 




! 


14 


LI 


45 


.. 


16 


28 


5 


27 


11 


8 


17 


3 








33 




28 


46 




2,906 


41,963 


485 


1,985 


3,681 


849 


886 


235 




220 




2,343 


1,815 


1,959 


47 


8,706 


1,909 


31,457 


152 


2,550 


1,352 


373 


1,418 


- 




349 




2,357 


128 


4,107 


48 


804 


.. 




563 


1,285 


.i 


1,365 


953 


263 




422 




1,575 


691 


1,747 


49 


879 


1,022 


735 


767 


1,529 


1,246 


1,986 




646 


728 


653 


1,227 




922 


2,291 


50 


1,593,843 


76,683 


314,221 


49,550 


252,411 


1,417,290 


298,689 


299,095 


72,620 


27,291 


41,872 


339,026 


1,379,281 


1,204,460 


. 


51 


1,806,633 


146,899 


454,745 


102,826 


310,575 


1,911,745 


446,847 


453,082 


130,356 


96,573 


75,932 


429,747 


1,997,166 


1,699,178 




52 


735 


402 


580 


475 




920 


1,255 


898 


219 


268 


331 


98b 


1,487 


631 




5J 


803 


930 


653 


666 


1,390 


1,141 


1,779 


1,203 


578 


564 


551 




1,782 


820 


2,055 


54 


8,327 


1,195 


4,241 


812 


3,901 


8,986 


4,946 


4,558 


1,090 


472 


• 


5,820 


12,184 


8,040 


. 


5! 


8,279 


1,912 


3,990 


1,325 


3,396 


9,416 




5,147 


1,354 


. 


■ 


5,106 


13,014 


7,731 


14,384 


56 


396 


175 


403 


181 


488 




608 


409 


94 


' 


158 


454 


701 


393 


1 


57 


305 


285 


379 


214 


492 




738 


498 


194 


205 


209 


407 


727 


.'. l . . 


859 


•■8 


4,359 


436 


. 


299 


1,588 


4,252 


1,623 


1,672 


315 




285 


1,669 


4,724 


3,675 


6,640 


59 


4,566 


501 


1,666 


380 


1,075 


5,094 


1,475 


1,977 




295 


309 


1,303 


5,910 


4,084 


6,627 


i,(i 


380,445 


33,703 


127,870 


22,298 


113,569 


494,642 


122,801 


155,876 


30,262 


9,827 


18,634 


129,745 




330,320 


744,222 


61 


' 


55,711 


209,522 


38,019 


135,027 


762,399 


169,366 


243,047 


49,410 


. 


30,098 


160,495 


866,129 


528,419 


969,440 


62 




359 


489 


375 


1,036 


833 


1,139 


809 




227 


248 


894 


1,348 




1,411 


63 


735 


841 




573 


1,201 


1,020 


1,553 


1,086 


512 


461 


440 


1,055 


1,662 


684 


1,857 


64 


3,968 


759 


2,705 


513 


2,313 


4,734 


3,323 


2,886 


775 


321 


418 




7,460 


4,365 




i.'. 


3,713 


1,411 


2,324 




2,321 


4,322 


3,222 


3,170 


930 


757 


650 


3,803 


7,104 




. 


,,r. 


206,110 


24,805 


73,500 


14,452 


84,810 


241,379 


116,970 


104,960 


28,655 


8,521 




136,474 


367,707 


257,183 


385,126 


67 


214,800 


62,094 


82,682 


34,394 




254,269 


144.691 


148,962 


. 


28,571 


22,664 


174,314 


421,753 


285,427 


433,993 


66 


383 


132 


159 


106 


284 


642 


401 


171 


65 


82 


96 


325 


582 


457 


1,110 


69 


601 


258 


320 


190 


464 


984 


785 


391 


234 


288 


162 


517 




757 


1,718 


70 


9,600 


966 


2,278 


489 


2,279 


15,723 


2,544 


1,261 


502 


382 


500 


2,715 


1, 


14,461 


,l 


71 


15,648 




3,519 


1,061 


, 


23,036 




3,669 


1,567 


1,817 


951 


4,275 


16,663 


24,072 


33,673 


72 


245,743 


15,496 


72,411 


7,866 


37,425 


651,691 


53,528 


24,007 


11,408 


6,621 


8,184 


b4,301 


316,653 


579,060 


782,237 


73 


365,244 


21,721 


95,791 


18,309 


56,015 


833,175 


107,587 


47,464 


25,552 


28,989 


17,718 


86,090 




832,789 


1,056,074 


74 


192 


1 


85 


i 


16 


56 


9 


20 


b 


7 


A 


12 


221 


74 


100 


n 


196 


7 


■ 


16 


16 


67 


21 


17 


9 


17 


9 


7 


267 


100 


101 


n 


11,643 


24 


2,227 


73 


307 


1,594 


119 


514 


81 


40 


20 


328 


10,715 


2,045 


3,526 


77 


11,869 


26 




140 


154 


2,020 


255 


266 


135 


116 


69 


176 


12,967 


2,552 


2,790 


■m 


191.28C 


288 


27,209 


. 


4,103 


27,180 


1,647 


7,658 


1,115 


544 


207 


4,777 


181,646 


31,886 


59,451 


79 


221,163 


273 




2,209 




44,680 


4,130 


4,617 


2,337 


1,275 


654 


2,757 


239,448 


44,074 


56,578 


80 


51 


42 


23 


62 




38 


58 


84 


22 




46 


63 


74 


24 


52 


81 


69 


67 


43 


82 




74 


190 


103 


58 


69 


55 


76 


166 


109 


155 


82 


124 


50 


36 


65 




56 


80 




27 


40 


50 


78 


132 


70 


70 


81 


241 


91 


31 


110 


189 


257 


285 




74 


84 


69 


125 


292 


183 


318 


84 


570,265 


2,391 


13,231 


3,809 


■ 


2,398 


3, '■43 


6,594 


1,180 


1,778 


2,434 


3,729 


14,996 


6,011 


4,317 


85 


426,712 




19,539 


9,895 


■ 


17,222 


— 21,073 


8,992 


5,604 


6,865 


4,798 


6,091 


18,196 


8,469 


23,092 


fit. 



138 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 2 of 2 ) —LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of data on livestock 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Lyon 


McCracken 


McCreary 


McLean 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 


Marshall 


Martin 




Poultry and poultry products: 




















1 


Poultry and/or poultry products 
























398 
600 


426 
908 


246 
217 


562 
957 


1,027 
1,675 


299 
917 


686 
1,187 


804 
1,325 


218 
255 


2 


1949... 


3 


dollars 1954... 


28,85( 


72,716 


98,982 


117,631 


138,961 


18,953 


266,635 


59,450 


12,734 


A 
5 


1949... 
Chickens, 4 months old and over. 


63,027 


116,489 


28,286 


152,759 


181,835 


61,660 


215,572 


118,826 


18,302 






618 
762 


1,005 
1,372 


692 

931 


818 
1,084 


2,278 
2,544 


1,535 
1,671 


1,328 
1,673 


1,360 
1,733 


789 
907 


6 


1950... 


7 


number 1954. . . 


38,721 


40,930 


24,098 


61,087 


106,321 


53,096 


82,880 


58,911 


23,466 


8 


1950... 


46,706 


54,324 


28,009 


71,527 


113,773 


48,693 


76,532 


72,931 


23,903 


9 




84 


176 


110 


260 


288 


104 


268 


292 


L31 


LO 


1949... 


410 


635 


151 


732 


737 


751 


624 


771 


186 


11 


number 1954... 


4,270 


36,809 


130,583 


65,644 


40,064 


2,885 


72,360 


8,982 


3,846 


L2 


1949... 


17,473 


41,234 


8,353 


53,699 


45,333 


30,636 


33,207 


30,274 


7,055 


1 1 


dollars 1954... 


3,484 


26,861 


78,536 


45,564 


32,049 


2,644 


51,699 


6,994 


3,604 


14 


1949... 


18,437 


41,400 


8,939 


53,163 


48,584 


32,100 


37,343 


30,766 


7,550 












5 


4 




8 






16 


number 1954... 




30,000 


127,050 


47,730 


25,400 




45,500 






1" 


dollars 1954... 




21,000 


75,022 


31,385 


17,736 




30,509 






1 :■ 




84 
4,270 


176 
6,809 






286 


104 


262 


292 


131 


19 


number 1954... 


3,533 


17,914 


14,664 


2,885 


26,860 


8,982 


3,846 


20 


dollars 1954... 


3,484 


5,861 


3,514 


14,179 


14,313 


2,644 


21,190 


6,994 


3,604 


.i 




375 
555 


363 
746 


193 
142 


508 
859 


926 
1,530 


259 
542 


1 09 
1,095 


723 
1,189 


142 
140 


22 


1949... 


23 


dozens 1954... 


78,606 


93,136 


47,342 


190,837 


213,097 


41,405 


273,932 


158,740 


19,095 


24 


1949... 


137,328 


183,718 


42,783 


269,584 


332,918 


73,149 


277,323 


242,254 


22,093 


2S 


dollars 1954... 


23,920 


36,351 


20,044 


60,226 


86,008 


16,099 


99,442 


51,621 


9,116 


21 


1949... 


43,398 


69,758 


19,127 


95,726 


123,150 


28,383 


105,064 


83,795 


10,635 


21 




12 


25 


L3 


13 


49 


17 


15 


22 


8 


28 


1949... 


5 


38 


8 


9 


b7 


5 


20 


22 


6 


29 


number 1954... 


449 


2,992 


159 


1,582 


4,113 


138 


40,169 


227 


13 


30 


1949... 


245 


960 


39 


653 


2,045 


237 


12,475 


867 


16 


3 1 




3 


20 


S 


5 


21 


9 


13 


14 


6 


32 


number 1954... 


317 


2,746 


100 


67 


410 


59 


30,162 


168 


9 


33 






5 


5 


8 


28 


8 


3 


9 


2 


34 


number 1954. . . 


132 


246 


59 


1,515 


3,703 


79 


10,007 


59 


4 


35 


Turkey hens to be kept for breeding. 
























7 


12 


8 


12 


31 


22 


12 


10 




16 


number 1954. . . 


106 


48 


18 


522 


124 


58 


836 


33 


8 


37 










3 


16 


14 


11 


5 


4 


38 


number 1954... 


7 


24 


14 


31 


79 


27 


434 


23 


8 


39 












15 


8 


2 


5 




40 


number 1954... 


99 


24 


4 


491 


45 


31 


402 


10 




.1 




23 


22 


9 


23 


98 


20 


32 


22 


28 


.. 


1949. . . 


22 


56 


10 


22 


61 


22 


30 


20 


16 


43 


number 1954... 


186 


194 


55 


179 


688 


124 


183 


141 


137 


44 


1949... 


343 


495 


105 


314 


451 


153 


175 


190 


123 


..'. 


Turkeys, ducks, geese, other miscellaneous 






















poultry, and their eggs sold ... farms reporting 1954... 


3 


20 


5 


13 


37 


3 


15 


15 




46 


1949... 


8 


42 


3 


20 


49 


6 


21 


35 


2 


47 


dollars 1954... 


1,452 


9,504 


402 


11,841 


20,904 


210 


115,494 


835 


14 


18 


1949... 
Aniula sold .live: 


1,192 


5,331 


220 


3,870 


10,101 


1,177 


73,165 


4,265 


117 


49 


Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, or 
























529 


654 


335 


675 


2,068 


575 


1,277 


943 


304 


50 


1949... 


710 


1,148 


385 


1,014 


2,412 


1,224 


1,547 


1,488 


483 


51 


dollars 1954... 


625,991 


407,156 


54,616 


796,610 


2,507,530 


83,679 


1,595,222 


393,331 


31,587 


52 


1949. . . 


900,396 


771,198 


71,907 


987,904 


3,738,879 


201,655 


2,372,230 


696,888 


75,421 


53 


Cattle and/or calves sold 
























467 


483 


272 


551 


1,947 


500 


1,211 


791 


253 


54 


1949... 


595 


816 


260 


864 


2,264 


1,117 


1,433 


1,183 


425 


55 


number 1954. . . 


3,893 


3,902 


862 


4,141 


20,432 


1,209 


11,110 


4,043 


458 


56 


1949... 


3,872 


3,703 


625 


3,990 


24,107 


2,350 


10,997 


3,668 


971 


57 


Cattle sold alive, excluding 
























262 

305 


324 
389 


143 

12L 


332 

41 19 


922 
979 


180 
352 


617 
575 


407 
488 


85 
162 


58 


1949... 


59 


number 1954. . . 


1,700 


1,762 


331 


2,400 


11,146 


418 


3,952 


1,559 


190 


Ml 


1949... 


2,114 


1,783 


253 


2,182 


15,650 


625 


5,183 


1,237 


367 


61 


dollars 1954... 


186,714 


162,898 


22,760 


297,614 


1,437,331 


34,088 


383,541 


117,916 


13,364 


62 


1949... 


286,855 


251,176 


28,088 


342,289 


2,413,927 


73,875 


818,711 


150,108 


36,621 


63 




407 


384 


223 


448 


1,703 


430 


1,129 


712 


201 


64 


1949... 


502 


648 


200 


691 


1,990 


997 


1,292 


1,034 


348 


65 


number 1954. . . 


2,193 


2,140 


531 


1,741 


9,286 


791 


7,158 


2,484 


268 


66 


1949... 


1,758 


1,920 


372 


1,808 


8,457 


1,725 


5,814 


2,431 


604 


67 


dollars 1954... 


110,281 


88,971 


16,221 


93 ,340 


533,945 


30,437 


364,529 


105,017 


7,503 


68 


1949... 


120,721 


95,261 


15,429 


115,200 


550,918 


80,850 


371,527 


123,597 


22,461 


69 


Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting 1954... 


362 


340 


123 


490 


892 


158 


778 


477 


62 


70 


1949... 


607 


863 


225 


853 


1,347 


473 


1,159 


1,089 


128 


71 


number 1954... 


8,237 


4,564 


B60 


9,839 


14,304 


890 


18,019 


5,2L4 


342 


72 


1949. . . 


13,219 


13,235 


1,427 


14,904 


22,306 


2,495 


26,191 


15,144 


669 


73 


dollars 1954... 


299,482 


150,799 


12,801 


394,656 


418,526 


16,322 


661,087 


163,442 


8,508 


74 


1949... 


454,074 


410,086 


24,085 


514,399 


590 ,190 


36,769 


803,408 


400,781 


9,850 


75 


Sheep and lambs sold alive. . .farms reporting 1954... 


44 


LI 


12 


35 


179 


7 


314 


21 


5 


76 


1949... 


50 


L3 


10 


37 


250 


8 


442 


32 


3 


77 


number 1954. . . 


1,427 


149 


109 


722 


6,109 


77 


10,999 


341 


26 


78 


1949... 


1,753 


115 


88 


541 


9,012 


56 


19,379 


479 


32 


79 


dollars 1954... 


26,024 


2,593 


1,185 


9,877 


103,361 


1,088 


181,347 


4,586 


181 


SO 


1949. . . 


35,400 


2,189 


1,506 


9,391 


159,250 


765 


369,204 


8,133 


508 


81 


Horses and mules sold alive.. farms reporting 1954... 


11 


32 


29 


20 


81 


26 


62 


35 


35 


«2 


1949... 


45 


102 


32 


65 


201 


93 


86 


176 


46 


83 


number 1954. . . 


63 


42 


33 


29 


187 


32 


98 


56 


40 


84 


1949... 


61 


221 




130 


510 


L33 


159 


278 


128 


85 


dollars 1954... 


3,490 


1,895 


1,649 


1,123 


14,367 


1,744 


4,718 


2,370 


2,031 


;!, 


1949... 


3,346 


12,486 


2,799 


6,625 


24,594 


9,396 


9,380 


14,269 


5,981 



KENTUCKY 



139 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



and poultry, 


see text and State 


Table 12] 


























»_, 


Meade 


Menifee 


Me.ee, 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


M. r. * £:-ery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 




603 


529 


244 


909 


865 


1,029 


332 


538 


777 


773 


637 


1,230 


241 


624 


314 


1 


941 


795 


416 


1,205 


1,577 


1,681 


533 


870 


1,191 


1,185 


876 


1,952 


409 


804 


720 


2 


179,416 


180,126 


39,931 


127,578 


71,047 


76,858 


79,580 


42,674 


283,709 


141,881 


58,983 


170,120 


114,866 


■ . ! 18 


13,101 


3 


118,727 


185,142 


32,543 


116,060 


150,987 


160,981 


35,775 


70,499 


158,432 


154,881 


71,631 


280,600 


144,130 


95,924 


48,586 


i 


1,101 


733 


622 


1,437 


1,525 


1,718 


959 


1,579 


1,185 


1,073 


1,031 


1,867 


439 


1,331 


890 


5 


1,226 


972 


626 


1,653 


1,887 


2,063 


1,036 


1,870 


1,766 


1,723 


1,229 


2,504 


638 


1,509 


1,088 


6 


63,807 


67,065 


21,815 


81,761 


80,915 


85,453 


40,521 


56,519 


74,431 


64,700 


49,047 


109,507 


25,043 


54,268 


30,243 


7 


62,893 


67,861 


22,131 


77,906 


86,170 


96,105 


42,062 


53,716 


74,290 


90,242 


58,025 


133,222 


32,989 


55, 217 


33,949 


6 


174 


293 


;: 


296 


226 


297 


103 


204 


202 


343 


134 


614 


107 


154 


172 


9 


438 


576 


249 


441 


1,056 


1,224 


263 


576 


889 


611 


285 


1,441 


240 


280 


439 


m 


167,255 


88,292 


37,441 


39, 144 


14,009 


32,548 


59,529 


8,019 


289,540 


91,209 


8,900 


56,690 


8,738 


10,712 


5,799 


11 


27,797 


49,890 


14,390 


17,614 


46,162 


54,083 


8,443 


25,262 


61,253 


34,693 


8,376 


79,728 


82,080 


29,486 


17,301 


1. 


121,387 


63,189 


26,863 


33,203 


11,695 


23,197 


47,946 


7,496 


205,312 


68,413 


7,201 


43,663 


7,515 


8,729 


5,486 


1 1 


29,420 


51,055 


14,154 


17,511 


46,692 


53,407 


8,784 


25,417 


62,520 


35,883 


8,432 


79,117 


75,183 




17,699 


1/S 


2 


1 


5 


2 


1 


1 


2 




9 


5 


1 


2 


1 






15 


156,000 


60,000 


34,500 


21,000 


1,900 


20,000 


54,000 




273,700 


73,000 


2,000 


14,750 


1,400 






16 


113,000 


40,000 


24,164 


14,900 


1,900 


13,200 


42,800 




192,719 


52,856 


2,000 


11,212 


1,190 






1" 


172 


292 


73 


295 


226 


296 


101 


204 


194 


340 


134 


612 


106 


154 


172 


is 


11,255 


28,292 


2,941 


18,144 


12,109 


12,548 


5,529 


8,019 


15,840 v 


18,209 


6,900 


41,940 


7,338 


10,712 


5,799 


1'. 


8,387 


23,189 


2,699 


18,303 


9,795 


9,997 


5,146 


7,496 


12,593 


15,557 


5,201 


32,451 


6,325 


8,729 


5,486 


20 


559 


472 


209 


852 


831 


955 


294 




736 


649 


605 


1,113 


218 


569 


252 


.'i 


880 


729 


356 


1,153 


1,483 


1,515 


454 


695 


986 


1,100 


852 


1,703 


356 


736 


593 


22 


163,707 


333,747 


34,797 


252,338 


196,961 


178, 147 


65,021 


88,646 


221,074 


201,689 


137,573 


385,585 


100,364 


156,939 


33,344 


■■< 


241,669 


335,639 


50,049 


249,304 


312,698 


321,167 


73,342 


119,444 


266,488 


311,966 


179,231 


595,534 


127,258 


139,988 


96,666 


24 


53,569 


111,033 


13,008 


86,803 


58,710 


51,908 


22,553 


34,637 


77,761 


68,052 


47,285 


124,329 


43,420 


54,568 


12,296 


25 


85,507 


121,848 


17,242 


95,111 


103,162 


106,725 


26,011 


44,945 


95,146 


114,648 


58,902 


197,270 


52,700 


57,532 


30,166 


21 


53 


24 


9 


44 




14 


32 


15 


18 


,7 


44 


23 


13 


48 


12 


27 


40 


45 


6 


34 


5 


5 


31 


7 


13 


64 


27 


31 


31 




7 


28 


1,202 


1,573 


74 


2,299 


315 


548 


2,219 


200 


232 


1,143 


1,341 


528 


14,837 




102 


29 


714 


2,229 


258 


785 


258 


117 


351 


55 


139 


1,084 


850 


843 


2,547 


461 


150 


30 


20 


7 


3 


25 


1 


9 


24 


10 


12 


34 


16 


11 


7 


25 




)l 


462 


260 


r 


1,621 




516 


253 


92 


176 


504 


679 


135 


4,269 


431 


46 


a 


34 








S 


5 


9 




6 


16 


28 


12 


8 


23 


8 


*< 


740 


1,313 


** 


678 


171 


32 




108 


56 


639 


662 


393 


10,568 


385 


56 


34 


41 


n 


. 


31 


3 


10 


13 


U 


9 


25 


30 


18 


6 


31 


12 


IS 


165 


51 






10 


60 


63 


70 


67 


79 


117 


86 


35 


121 


25 


36 


17 


3 


i 


17 


2 


6 


9 


7 


8 


15 


12 


6 


4 


15 


5 


37 


77 


. 






6 


27 




43 


42 


47 


35 


27 


26 


65 


10 


38 


24 


8 


2 




1 


4 




6 


2 


10 


18 


12 


3 


16 


7 


39 


88 


41 


10 




* 






27 


25 


32 


82 


59 


9 


56 


15 


40 


49 


19 


12 


38 


30 






29 


26 


60 


20 


50 


23 


81 




a 


32 


34 




31 


32 


60 


26 


20 


17 


64 


35 


38 


26 


22 


16 


IS 


437 


196 


39 




177 


168 


201 


206 


160 


594 


146 


387 


123 


375 




43 


196 


181 


71 


157 


266 


542 


169 


199 


124 


459 


255 


263 


368 


8,075 


184 


44 


26 


24 


2 


28 


7 


12 


11 


11 


7 


38 


35 


19 


13 


29 


5 


45 


29 


44 


4 


29 


8 


14 




7 


11 


45 


28 


23 


27 


.. 


5 


46 


4,460 


5,904 


60 


7,567 


642 


1,753 


9,076 




636 


5,416 


4,497 


2,128 


63,931 


. 


319 


47 


3,800 


12,239 


1,147 


3,438 


1,133 




980 




766 


4,350 


4,297 


4,213 


16,247 


2,724 


721 


■ ■" 


1,042 


716 


456 


1,429 


1,263 


1,448 


921 


1,075 


924 


1,173 


1,042 


1,381 


489 


1,322 


498 


49 


1,215 


907 


546 


1,578 


1,725 


1,863 


979 


1,264 


1,313 


1,608 


1,160 


2,037 


636 


1,484 


672 


50 


1,077,266 


1,112,629 


98,193 


1,440,985 


431,529 


750,228 


325,917 


204,624 


724,036 


2,099,580 


816,316 


787,485 


1,101,360 


691,267 


77,630 


53 


1,627,861 


1,506,597 


119,437 


2,262,496 


709,828 


1,230,949 


1,230,716 


299,780 


830,335 


3,478,620 


1,232,237 


1,122,948 


1,505,661 


1,009,640 


131,517 


52 


1,003 


625 


429 


1,356 


1,222 


1,334 


383 


1,014 


7e8 


1,063 


963 


1,187 


456 


1,278 


462 


53 


1,148 


797 


501 


1,509 


1,603 


1,646 


927 


1,182 


1,051 


1,436 


1,087 


1,710 


590 


1,439 


609 


54 


9,327 


6,563 


1,488 


11,394 


6,856 


7,522 


8,981 


3,330 


5,748 


13,797 


7,042 


6,341 


7,697 




1,305 


5J 


10,487 


6,370 


1,316 


12,772 


6,838 


6,609 


9,274 


3,325 


4,457 


15,671 


6,914 


6,125 


7,562 


8,736 


1,490 


x 


477 


401 


188 


515 


370 


535 


388 


410 


353 


632 


432 


625 


318 


573 


157 


57 


484 


428 


161 


492 


448 


630 


383 


375 


441 


715 


359 


733 


359 


537 


191 


Ml 


3,844 


4,043 


470 


4,225 


1,236 


1,843 


4,214 


974 


3,025 


7,416 


3,455 


2,732 


3,661 




377 


v; 


5,272 


3,743 


295 


5,661 


1,579 


2,145 


4,828 


1,028 


2,254 


9,344 


3,240 


2,267 


3,666 


2,663 


376 


60 


453,573 


457,313 


35,071 


417,579 


93,170 


131,754 


454,794 


72,315 


347,365 


930,634 


345,457 


244,745 


490,879 


173,901 


28,130 


.,1 


839,170 


615,936 


34,371 


892,308 




271,310 


737,860 


122,973 


334,949 


1,520,272 


478,826 


300,375 


658,004 


315,253 


40,235 


a 


919 


516 


386 


1,290 


1,189 


1,270 


791 


910 


702 


947 


876 


1,012 


402 


1,214 


433 


63 


1,039 


683 


476 


1,451 


1,540 


1,542 


855 


1,080 


909 


1,260 


1,028 


1,487 


513 


1,362 


554 


64 


5,483 


2,520 


1,016 


7,169 


5,620 


5,679 


4,767 


2,356 


2,723 


6,381 


3,587 


3,609 


4,036 


6,463 


928 


,.; 


5,215 


2,627 


1,021 


7,091 


5,259 


4,464 


4,446 


2,297 


2,203 


6,327 


3,674 


3,858 


3,896 


6,073 


1,114 


66 


234,654 


124,348 


43,325 


295,773 


210,658 


214,046 


213,522 


100,252 


121,154 


244,928 


160,909 


193 ,022 


86,524 


284,224 


34,686 


67 


258,703 


145,167 


51,668 


392,591 


263,568 


228,558 


256,926 


117,095 


122,087 


341,245 


224,930 


249,209 


169,637 


331,497 


61,011 


66 


435 


538 


108 


361 


383 


778 


256 


196 


534 


691 


272 


721 


254 


229 


85 


,,; 


740 


771 


221 


788 


1,021 


1,454 


399 


318 


952 


1,199 


539 


1,429 


433 


477 


200 


70 


10,211 


11,672 


904 


8,127 


3,511 


12, 138 


2,874 


1,110 


7,206 


19,517 


4,121 


7,910 


10,849 


2,089 


668 


71 


16,117 


17,862 


1,538 


15,588 


9,383 


24,261 


4,550 


2,020 


11,467 


37,238 


7,831 


15,714 


15,566 


4,499 


1,450 


72 


295,924 


420,962 


17,267 


251,519 


116,116 


392,790 


78,547 


24,158 


245,705 


733,439 


102, 611 


284,652 


393,166 


49,763 


11,931 


7 J 


389,445 


593,389 


23,580 


402,101 


247,889 


703,396 


110,054 


32,261 


335,795 


1,255,660 


165,407 


477,991 


537,637 


99,024 


22,130 


74 


147 


189 




566 


20 


34 


100 


9 


24 


215 


342 


111 


85 


294 


7 


75 


196 


236 








646 


24 


53 


112 


9 


26 


257 


404 


121 


111 


319 


9 


76 


5,372 


6,383 










364 


510 


4,640 


230 


524 


11,191 


12,401 


3,913 


3,212 


11,558 


113 


77 


7,099 


7,900 








29,095 


548 


879 


6,106 


114 


966 


16,826 


13,763 


3,751 


4,492 


14, «1 


148 


78 


89,947 


105,616 










6,676 


7,915 


74,441 


2,928 


7,332 


187,464 


194,834 


59,837 


53,172 


176,825 


1,261 


79 


117,038 


146,838 








537,247 


9,899 


16,801 


115,351 


2,055 


16, 145 


344,514 


253,420 


78,949 


88,904 


257,410 


1,898 


80 


32 


17 


37 


75 


53 


60 


61 


68 


26 


39 


40 


71 


24 


77 


29 


81 


49 


58 


39 


128 


108 


112 


93 


85 


100 


104 


85 


147 




80 


48 


82 


52 


22 


51 


150 


121 


88 


65 


86 


50 


79 


71 


101 


46 


125 


34 


63 


103 


118 


80 


391 


161 


169 


167 


329 


318 


315 


178 


280 


122 


119 


69 


84 


3,168 


4,390 


2,530 


22,464 


4,909 


3,723 


4,613 


4,971 


2,480 


3,115 


12,505 


5,229 


77,619 


6,554 


1,622 


65 


23,505 


5,267 


4,818 


38,249 


11,325 


10,884 


10,525 


25,396 


19,359 


17,129 


109,654 


16,424 


51,479 


6,456 


6,243 


86 



140 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 



County Table 7 (Part 2 of 2 ) .-LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK 

[For comparability of dati 





(For definitions and explanations 


see text) 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 


Powell 


Pulaski 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 


Rowan 


Russell 


Scott 




Poultry and poultry products: 


























1 


Poultry and/or poultry product 
































reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


770 


165 


775 








556 
1,008 


210 
578 


1,222 
1,582 


420 
759 


2 






991 


438 


1,021 


312 


3,142 


384 


3 






dollars 1954... 


85,195 


12,971 


60,901 


25,372 


242,909 


27,280 


59,213 


43,884 


214,712 


67,471 




Chickens, 4 months old and ove 




1949... 


119,409 


43,421 


91,242 


21,597 


377, 700 


44,728 


102,171 


52,415 


182,118 


71,461 








reporting 1954. . . 
1950. . . 












479 
469 


1,213 
1,469 


390 
944 


1,582 
1,813 


1,102 
1,332 


6 






1^424 


1,565 


3,595 


516 


4,063 


7 






number 1954. . . 


57,474 


52,174 


122,013 


23,066 


197,115 


24, 563 


58,163 


20,203 


97,872 


44,958 


e 






1950... 


60,031 


50,249 


116,949 


18,280 


193,911 


22,743 


63,426 


33,269 


100,432 


53,469 


9 




farms 


reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


186 


g5 


250 

544 


51 
184 


651 
2,010 


31 
115 


175 
535 


62 

377 


535 
1,142 


88 

276 


10 






465 


307 


11 






number 1954... 


16,723 


2,778 


10,495 


10,587 


45,821 


784 


16,680 


43,499 


154,640 


47,771 


12 






1949... 


30,163 


14, 632 


23,232 


7,165 


107,177 


4,250 


27,767 


18,812 


56,120 


15,272 


13 






dollars 1954... 


14,164 


2,649 


9,956 


7,160 


38,495 


547 


11,116 


31,075 


111,279 


36,291 


14 






1949... 


32,880 


16,208 


24,658 


7,450 


108, 535 


3,946 


25, 862 


18,769 


53,433 


16,981 


15 






reporting 1954... 
number 1954... 
















1 
40,000 


16 
120,645 




lb 






4.200 




1,200 


8,000 


9,500 




8,000 


44,600 


17 






dollars 1954... 


4,4"0 




1,000 


5,000 


6,700 




4,400 


28,000 


83, 591 


33,120 


18 






reporting 1954... 




85 


249 


49 


651 


31 


175 


61 


527 


86 


19 






number 1954. . . 


12,523 


2,778 


9,295 


2,587 


36,321 


784 


8,680 


3,499 


33,995 


3,171 


20 






dollars 1954... 


9,6°4 


2,649 


8,956 


2,160 


31,795 


547 


6,716 


3,075 


27,688 


3,171 


21 




farms 


reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


736 


113 
304 


652 
754 


181 
258 


2,146 
2,873 


316 
365 


506 
912 


191 

475 


1,138 
1,479 


377 
695 


2 2 






915 


23 






dozens 1954... 


177,733 


25,060 


110,133 


39,291 


614,076 


82,742 


141,431 


36,639 


318,380 


85,952 


24 






1949... 


224,944 


59,369 


146,902 


39,121 


786,757 


97,848 


225,552 


92,426 


388,433 


137,523 


25 






dollars 1954... 


58,994 


10,245 


50,140 


17,903 


202,312 


26,372 


44,988 


12,694 


101,851 


30,344 


:•■ 






1949... 


74,924 


26,627 


65,245 


14,075 


263,142 


33,951 


74,326 


33,500 


127,633 


52,674 


27 




farms 


reporting 1954... 


34 


16 


49 


3 


44 


6 


24 


4 


7 


19 


28 






1949... 


35 


6 


34 


3 


33 


8 


25 


8 


7 


31 


29 






number 1954... 


2,235 


113 


424 


81 


686 


103 


737 


36 


259 


295 


30 






1949... 


1,827 


128 


248 


31 


800 


1,122 


424 


64 


130 


447 


31 




.farms 


reporting 1954... 


17 


12 


35 


3 


17 




6 


3 


5 


13 


32 






number 1954... 




88 


321 


61 


333 


68 


50 


32 


87 


198 


33 




.farms 


reporting 1954... 


17 




14 


1 


27 


2 


18 


1 


5 


6 


34 






number 1954... 


2,111 


25 


103 


20 


353 


35 


. 87 


4 


172 


97 


35 


Turkey hens to be kept for breeding. 






























reporting 1954... 
number 1954... 




11 


22 




27 


6 


14 


5 




13 


36 






60 




87 


13 


194 


29 


95 


11 


20 


61 


37 






reporting 1954... 
number 1954... 


10 


7 


19 




8 




6 


3 


3 


9 


iS 






32 


40 


75 


13 


32 


14 


23 


5 


15 


46 


39 






reporting 1954... 
number 1954... 






3 




19 


2 


8 


2 


2 




40 






28 


19 


12 




162 


15 


72 


6 




15 


41 




farms 


reporting 1954... 
1949... 


42 


31 


66 


15 


61 


3 


15 


6 


53 


32 


42 






41 




91 


12 


119 




47 


13 


64 


43 


43 






number 1954... 


184 


1»3 


396 


63 


441 


70 




69 


543 


232 


44 






1949... 


298 


551 


597 


72 


701 


51 


309 


111 


434 


252 


45 


Turkeys, ducks, geese, other m 


scellaneous 
























poultry, and their eggs sold. 


.farms 


reporting 1954... 


10 


3 


10 


3 


20 


7 


13 


2 


10 


13 


46 






1949... 


33 




16 


3 


44 




25 


5 


15 


26 


47 






dollars 1954... 


12,037 




805 


309 


2,102 


361 


3,109 


115 


1,582 


836 


48 


Auiuuls sold ulire: 




1949... 


11,605 


586 


1,339 


72 


6,023 


6,831 


1,983 


146 


1,052 


1,806 


99 


Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, 01 
































reporting 1954... 


1,139 


179 


868 


367 


2,714 


398 


936 


489 


1,355 


1,018 


50 






1949. . . 


1.319 


808 


1,283 


426 




478 


1,273 


747 


1,536 


1,304 


51 






dollars 1954... 


443,095 


16,000 


100,803 


156,377 


930,179 


155,220 


333,435 


158,360 


560,819 


1,613,352 


52 






1949... 


717,952 


90,211 


173,021 


185,868 


1,495,398 


282,102 


410,198 


201,381 


689,995 


2,291,322 


53 


Cattle and/or calves sold 






























.farms 


reporting 1954... 
1949... 


1,102 
1,273 


143 
681 


726 
1,080 


328 
381 


3,188 


395 
454 


18] 

1.1" 


455 
662 


1,272 
1,405 


921 
1,199 


54 




55 






number 1954. . . 


7,862 


244 


1,552 


1,801 


13,429 


2,727 


4,615 


2,013 


6,963 


10,550 


56 






1949... 


8,539 


1,163 


2,179 


1,547 


12,943 


2,564 


3,766 


2,095 


5,040 


11,158 


57 


Cattle sold alive, excluding 






























reporting 1954... 


605 


48 


293 


13j 


1,002 


150 


434 


227 


591 


466 


58 






1949... 


697 


266 


414 


120 


1,233 


148 


413 


252 


529 


517 


59 






number 1954... 


2,143 


76 


698 


813 


4,113 


700 


2,009 


769 


2,159 


5,633 


60 






1949. . . 


2,505 


359 


762 


500 


4,289 


742 


1,096 


576 


1,704 


6,303 


61 






dollars 1954... 


166,535 


. 


48,940 


67,693 


348, 584 


54,498 


160,683 


60,337 


169,138 


647,894 


62 






1949... 


302,144 


40,324 


80,908 


73,238 


524,803 


90,804 


130,512 


66,441 


205,881 


930,261 


63 






reporting 1954... 
1949... 


1,005 
1,183 


119 
549 


564 
860 


297 
340 


2,402 
2,919 


375 
434 


787 
1,057 


401 
599 


1,172 
1,294 


784 
1,060 


64 




65 






number 1954... 


5,719 


168 


854 


988 


9,316 


2,027 


2,606 


1,244 


4,804 


4,917 


66 






1949... 


6,034 


804 


1,417 


1,047 


8,654 


1,822 


2,670 


1,519 


3,336 


4,855 


67 






dollars 1954... 


156,180 


4,674 


23,812 


46,968 


369,782 


79,895 


102,994 


52,684 


210,532 


295,951 


68 






1949... 


222,902 


28,639 


48,913 


61,639 


458,958 


98, 500 


133,227 


78,272 


186,545 


335,348 


69 


Hogs and pigs sold alive... 


farms 


reporting 1954... 


207 


49 


223 


103 


791 


13 


291 


183 


516 


294 


70 






1949... 


462 


226 


328 


188 


1,988 


135 


621 


314 


823 


658 


71 






number 1954... 


2,434 


241 


1,655 


1,147 


6,848 


136 


2,413 


1,306 


5,235 


8,146 


72 






1949... 


4,516 


974 


1,751 


1,979 


18,781 


1,111 


5,161 


2,515 


8,046 


15,070 


73 






dollars 1954... 


62,171 


3,868 


22,041 


37,338 


190,739 


3,172 


58,034 


30,631 


162,423 


225,439 


74 






1949... 


105,155 


13,721 


28,001 


46,581 


457,219 


24,178 


120,296 


50,431 


261,148 


399,373 


75 


Sheep and lambs sold alive. 


.farms 


reporting 1954... 


129 


2 


19 


6 


67 


44 


36 


2 


55 


414 


76 






1949... 


154 


6 


26 


11 




104 


51 


3 


53 


505 


77 






number 1954 .. . 


3,947 


19 


120 


186 


1,136 


1,324 


531 


14 


1,039 


24,494 


78 






1949... 


4,611 


41 


. ' 


121 


1,506 


3,322 


812 


72 


1,075 


27,795 


79 






dollars 1954... 


54, 638 


160 


1,307 


3,614 


15,490 


17,421 


7,785 


167 


14,119 


394,024 


80 






1949... 


"9,566 


665 


3,574 


1,556 


26,159 


63,755 


15,028 


1,259 


22,971 


513,373 


81 


Horses and mules sold alive 


.farms 


reporting 1954... 


43 


20 


63 


15 


95 


3 


47 


17 


74 


43 


82 






1949... 


91 


67 


123 


23 


285 


17 


101 


65 


125 


136 


83 






number 1954... 


60 


22 


78 


18 


129 




75 


66 


109 


85 


84 






1949... 


130 


76 


145 


45 




81 


166 


96 


190 


485 


85 






dollars 1954... 


3,571 


1,340 


4,703 


764 


5,584 


234 


3,939 


14,041 


4,607 


50,044 


86 






1949... 


8,185 


6,862 


11,625 


2,854 


28,259 


4,865 


11,135 


4,978 


13,450 


112,967 



KENTUCKY 



141 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Cominued 



and poultry, 


see text and State Table 12j 


























Shelby 


S USf SOB 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




817 


796 


~?: 


322 


608 


514 


330 


355 


1,360 


948 


771 


639 


753 


194 


165 


1 


975 


1,119 


657 


982 


1,080 


865 


587 


585 


2,133 


1,422 


1,516 


981 


1,378 


501 


263 


2 


115,968 


83,954 


60,786 


-, 


40,503 


47,818 


34,931 


45,393 


243,035 


147,349 


175,900 


128,807 


74,452 


14,595 


11,458 


3 


125,426 


'. . . : 


60,960 


113,854 


85,881 


72,983 


75,281 


82,269 


265,995 


137,874 


162,405 


134,812 


114,330 


27,640 


27,763 


. 


1,585 


1,214 


756 


1,380 


1,220 


1,152 


6*8 


647 


2,447 


1,475 


1,322 


1,028 


1,689 


839 


459 


5 


1,813 


1,380 




1,331 


1,465 


1,081 


812 




3,119 


1,867 


1,869 


1,227 


2,293 


1,025 


~4 C ' 


6 


70,219 


68,870 


37,639 


74,337 


55,261 


60,475 


32,603 


40,609 


123,431 




80,311 


63,315 


60,643 


28,427 


19,840 


7 


75,877 


65,339 


43,930 


70,556 


61,822 


48,237 


41,301 


44,955 


137,775 


80,850 


85,262 


71,086 


69,939 


32, 516 


27,767 


a 


284 


305 


176 


258 


160 


127 


132 


195 


561 


253 


332 


313 


313 


54 


34 


9 


509 


780 


245 


629 


571 


617 


332 


423 






992 


696 


889 


263 


105 


10 


82,755 


13,072 


47,788 


201,671 


6,543 


6,998 


5,874 


14,860 


159,751 


62,448 


127,571 


54,374 


12,914 


2,287 


1,313 


11 


20,760 


37,604 


8,485 


32,754 


20,315 


27,066 


15,711 


26,315 


81,192 


14,469 


46,825 


35,816 


40,444 


13,103 


8,489 


12 


59,627 


10,775 


32,046 


145,508 


5,337 


6,190 


4,748 


11,910 


111,512 


44,625 




46,332 


11,327 


2,115 


1,225 


1J 


22,456 

2 


37,266 


9,659 

? 


33,081 
12 


21,748 


29,050 


17,207 


27,909 

1 


80,424 
9 


15,693 


47,217 
1 


38,658 

1 


42,184 

1 


12,243 


9,031 


L4 
13 


72,360 




40,000 


185,600 








1,000 


131,200 


53,000 


110,000 


36,000 


1,400 






L6 


50,940 




25,900 


133,240 








500 


87,840 


37,707 


65,000 


30,000 


900 






17 


282 


305 


174 


246 


160 




132 


194 


553 


249 


331 


312 


312 


54 


34 


18 


10,395 


13,072 


7,788 


16,071 


6,543 


6,998 


5,874 


13,860 


28,551 


9,448 


17,571 


18,374 


11,514 


2,287 


1,313 


19 


8,687 


10,775 


6,146 


12,268 


5,337 


6,190 


4,748 


11,410 


23,672 


6,918 


13,715 


16,332 


10,427 


2,115 


1,225 


20 


718 


722 


402 


754 


573 


488 


288 


290 


1,209 


874 


694 


589 


663 


173 


156 


.■1 


959 


1,041 


631 


890 


995 


758 


527 


523 


1,893 


1,350 


1,410 


902 


1,111 


399 


228 


J.' 


133,439 


209,753 


76,444 


167,687 


102,309 


124,045 


66,850 


93,704 


314,660 


161,732 


197,236 


199,614 


151,977 


31,036 


26,918 


23 


189,824 


226,133 


137,732 


213,834 


188, 378 


126,496 


157,425 


146,259 


433,999 


227,653 


360,699 


282,479 


177,268 


45,198 


39,075 


24 


46,166 


64,099 


24,630 


53,779 


33,534 


39,280 


21,^45 


30,995 


109, 575 


50,760 


70,626 


68,406 


62,051 


12,382 


9,771 


25 




73,418 


50,067 


67,823 


62,827 


42,783 


53,796 




165,284 


74,909 


114,104 




69,828 


15,362 


15,392 


26 


85 


36 


20 




30 


13 


12 


30 


58 


26 


11 


27 


73 


9 


19 


27 


57 


20 


22 




11 


15 


16 


22 


63 


24 


8 


9 


47 




19 


28 


3,007 


2,070 


865 


3,188 


440 


540 


878 


578 


4,228 


4,349 


4,107 


3,765 


6O0 




189 


29 


5,250 


354 


307 


1,587 


285 


259 


811 


262 


3,476 


6,622 


203 


85 


616 


34 


619 


30 


40 




C 


13 


9 


6 


8 


19 


22 




5 


16 


39 


8 


11 


a 


1,960 


835 


93 


610 


158 


94 


826 


249 


493 


261 


4,019 


143 


320 


40 


118 


a 


46 


21 






21 






11 


37 




6 


11 


36 






33 


1,047 


, 


772 


2,578 


282 


446 


52 


329 


3,735 


4,088 


88 


3,622 


280 


2 


71 


34 


41 


, 


:. 


6 




o 




20 


22 


22 


6 


16 


47 


2 


8 


35 


243 


36 


42 


618 


63 


50 


813 


80 


1,030 


1,605 


1,293 


75 


218 


8 


53 


36 


19 




5 


3 


3 






13 




17 


3 




23 






37 


141 


24 


17 


15 


9 


27 


809 


42 


33 


72 


1,288 


58 


75 


8 


40 


38 


22 


5 


7 


3 


15 




1 


7 


15 




3 




25 




3 


39 


102 


12 


25 


603 


54 






33 


997 


1,533 


5 


17 


143 




13 


40 


134 


40 


42 


19 


25 




11 


24 


102 


36 


4] 


16 


36 


13 


21 


41 


107 


34 


38 


37 


21 






30 


60 




24 


18 


51 


15 




42 


863 


267 


250 


109 


211 






270 


749 


202 


211 


124 


234 


152 


I 54 


43 


591 


164 


336 


244 


132 


129 


161 


188 


330 


129 


152 


311 


371 


107 


160 


44 


66 


22 


12 


10 




12 






40 


17 


10 


16 


26 


3 




45 


53 


16 


20 


10 


8 


10 




22 


50 


14 


8 


7 


37 


1 


12 


46 


10,175 


, 


4,110 


15,632 


1,632 


. 




2,488 


21,948 


51,964 


26,559 


. 


1,074 


98 




47 


31,192 


1,424 


1,234 


12,950 


. 


1,150 




1,885 


20,287 


4'',2-2 


1,084 




2,318 


35 


3, 340 


46 


1,599 


1,104 


698 


1,326 


951 


766 


640 


699 


2,146 


1,455 


l.l^O 




891 


474 


483 


49 


1,697 


1,246 


854 


1,465 


1,234 


1,025 


774 


791 


2,797 


1,790 




1,142 


1,555 


743 


660 


50 


1,806,782 


1,550,609 


596,466 


909,607 


1,254,005 


1,085,531 


313,671 


3,287,969 


2,533,955 


1,180,688 


700,354 


1,095,428 


205,406 


94,149 


1,678,979 


51 


2,682,146 




840,879 


1,259,525 


1,583,319 


1,516,793 


475,196 


3,657,363 


3,562,562 


2,110,212 


1,147,964 


1,210,756 


296,537 


123,576 


1,817,859 


52 


1,535 


993 


666 


1,246 


857 


632 


595 


594 


1,965 


1,393 


1,036 


707 


602 


444 


448 


53 


1,577 


1,116 


798 


1,360 


1,061 


838 


712 


677 


2,450 




1,342 


909 


1,353 


693 


604 


54 


18, 196 


10,340 


7,029 


8,760 


9,700 


6,595 


3,729 


12,554 


19,871 


11,224 


6,398 


5,213 


1,14] 


1 , '. u 


9,018 


'.'i 


, 


8,448 


6,581 


7,728 


8,041 


6,799 




10,332 


19,698 


13,206 


6,532 


4,696 


3,304 


1,524 


9,161 


56 


996 


505 


430 


583 


366 


311 


225 


388 


1,064 


635 


445 


432 


384 


199 


261 


57 


914 


468 


412 


533 


413 


404 


275 


415 


1,139 


689 


466 


433 


539 


203 




58 


6,155 


4,693 


2,096 


3,118 


4,539 


3,375 


964 


8,241 


8,709 


3,249 


1,678 


2,751 


1,268 


466 




59 


7,097 


3,623 


2,276 


3,086 


4,238 


4,055 


877 


7,192 


9,310 


4,906 


2,551 


2,035 


1,094 


353 




60 


627,031 


527,163 


182,912 


286,238 


548, 566 


414,704 


82,581 


1,154,526 


930,791 


285,140 


166,685 


291,066 


101,674 


32,658 


794,249 


61 


1,075,870 


567,808 


286,428 


435,801 


648,881 


694,247 


119,225 


1,282,338 


1,380,374 


737,160 


366,202 


271 , 473 


128, 570 


39,474 


981,502 


I-' 


1,392 


905 


610 


1,113 


752 


523 


560 




1,787 


1,313 


966 


573 


707 


404 


366 


63 


1,439 


1,025 


719 


1,248 


927 


681 


673 


473 


2,222 


1,622 


1,228 


770 


1,148 


637 


541 


64 


12,041 


5,647 


4,933 


5,642 


5,161 


3,220 


2,765 


4,313 


11,162 


7,975 


4,720 


2,462 


1,873 


1,065 


3,106 


69 


9,215 


4,825 


4,305 


4,642 


3,803 


2,744 


2,777 


3,140 


10,388 


8,300 


3,981 


2,661 


2,210 


1,171 


3,393 


66 


. 


211,114 


122,083 


210,658 


245,069 


177,168 


95,755 


339,034 


403,966 


331,201 


254,701 


123,784 


. 


42,016 


194,864 


67 


344,200 






232,278 


239,586 


218,591 


136,104 


333,693 


488,582 


450,788 


264,283 


166,197 


102,702 


55,509 


251,954 


68 


613 


791 


277 


631 


485 


568 


254 




1,198 


447 


605 


718 


228 


131 


119 


69 


975 




455 


990 


871 


849 


510 


716 


2,016 


916 


1,109 


1,007 


503 


228 


343 


70 


17,756 


20,178 


5,876 


10,078 


10,858 


11,560 


. 


43,003 


30,101 


7,860 


7,996 


16, 599 


1,466 


351 


2,714 


71 


26, 824 


29,013 


8,641 


16,969 


18,906 


17,089 


6,770 


54,898 


47,215 


15,494 


18,097 


23,337 


3,040 


1,293 


8,763 


72 


616,132 


775,328 


225,288 


379,887 


421,441 


440,922 


111,400 


1,769,226 


1,129,299 


251,148 


245,280 


660,235 


24,546 


17,543 


82,901 


73 


865,891 


904,080 


280,405 


522,275 


633,773 


554,839 


176, 599 


2,008,084 


1,475,808 


422,786 


461,306 


745,227 


48,368 


21,425 


224,707 


74 


195 


63 


79 


55 


58 


69 


54 


46 


91 


458 


131 




11 


2 


175 


75 


230 


57 


113 


67 


54 


74 


88 


40 


116 


535 


134 


58 


12 


1 


207 


76 


12,494 


2,256 




1,929 


2,161 


3,045 


1,536 


1,529 


3,470 


17, 169 


2,058 


1,238 


108 


33 


14,178 


77 


18,426 


2,580 


5,807 


3,304 


2,539 


2,203 


2,187 


1,067 


5,891 


21,602 


2,438 


1,187 


108 


6 


15,304 


78 


212,804 


35,409 


58,186 


29,649 


36,632 


51,395 


22,652 


23,203 


56,305 


285,334 


29,365 


18,128 


1,268 


500 


249,474 


79 


364, 699 


50,751 


120,555 


61,786 


51,721 


39,457 


38,717 


20,666 


113,335 


389,595 


42,453 


21 , 366 


1,479 


110 


272,175 


80 


89 


34 


24 


46 


24 


14 


25 


21 


97 


107 


49 


29 


69 


23 


38 


81 


163 


109 


53 


73 


78 




■ 


75 


294 


118 


107 


91 


151 


61 


62 


82 


L69 


59 


51 


66 


41 


22 


33 


48 


194 


211 


70 


44 


103 


30 


274 


83 


465 


200 


92 


119 


132 


179 


95 


191 


846 


216 


191 


152 


212 


96 


183 


84 


18,818 


1,595 


7,997 


3,175 


2,297 


1,342 


1,283 


1,980 


13,594 


27,865 


4,323 


2,215 


5,067 


1,432 


357,491 


rt5 


31,486 


13,83e 


13,516 


7,3e5 


9,358 


9,659 


4,551 


12,582 


104,463 


!'".'' ' 


13,720 


6,493 


15,418 


7,058 


87,521 


86 



142 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table R-NURSERY, GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST 



(For definitions and explanations, see ti 

rsrry and greenhouse products, flower and veg 
eeda and plants, and bulbs: 

Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and 
vegetable seeds and plants, flowers, and 

bulbs sold dollars 1954... 2,688,590 

1949... 2,604,510 

Nursery products (trees, shrubs, vines, 

ornamentals , etc . ) farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold dollars 1954 ... 824,904 

1949... 737,036 

Cut flowers, potted plants, florist greens, 
and bedding plants grown for sale: 

Grown under glass farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

square feet 1954... 1,285,948 
1949... 1,561,406 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949 . . 

Sold farms reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 
dollars 1954... 1,411,1 

1949... 1,589,873 

Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms produced for sale: 

Grown under glass or in 

house farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

square feet 1954... 449,632 
1949... 547,251 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

Sold farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

ars 1954... 452,587 

1949... 277,601 

Forest product 

Firewood and fuelwood cut farms reporting 1954... 27,4 

1949... 45,197 

(4'x 4'x 8') 1954... 405,004 

1949... 720,697 

Fence posts cut farms reporting 1954. . . 17,574 

1949... 29,344 

ber 1954... 2,531,663 

1949... 4,023,750 

Sawlogs and veneer logs cut (including standing 

timber sold) farms reporting 1954. . . 6,311 

1949 4 .. 7,601 
nds of bd. ft. 1954.. 
1949 1 . 

Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, pulp- 
wood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, Christmas trees, 
hewn ties, mine timber, and other miscellaneous 

forest products sold farms reporting 1954... 4,777 

dollars 1954 .. . 1,864,290 
3,199,148 



1,377 
1,097 
24,539 
19,864 
521 
490 
66,332 
59,393 



1 ,274 
16,194 



50,655 
64,724 



13,580 

7,100 



7,000 
4,000 



11,470 
7,000 



5,924 
6,129 



18,285 
24,811 



13,490 
30,666 



1,256 
19,816 
22,997 



73,446 
85,327 



18,243 
28,304 



1,422 
3,491 



39,524 

64,537 



46,954 
38,260 



3,643 

5,893 



6,290 
13,192 



54,232 

53,000 



21,024 
13,593 



59,142 
18,275 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



1 Does not include amount sold as standing timber. 



KENTUCKY 



143 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 




29,100 


16,200 


6,685 


400 




250 






13,075 


7,425 


61,865 




37,65 


2,0L 




1 


22,747 

1 
1 


12,200 

3 
2 


19,215 

1 
2 










.,-: 


) 10,500 

2 

... 


12,505 

2 

1 


98,555 

2 

1 




31,27 


) 1,87 


... 


2 
3 


2 


6 


10 












4 


1 


16 




2 


> 




' 


3 


7 


'• 












> 


1 


10 




L 






6 


2,000 


5,200 


2,500 












6,500 


325 


5,100 




37,65 


1,2a 


) 


7 


2,000 


6,400 


1,570 










1,40< 


J 


2,000 


35,000 




20,001 


) 




8 


2 


2 


2 












2 


2 












9 


2 


2 


2 














2 


2 


8 














10 


29,200 


9,000 


1,900 














6,920 


7,000 


61,400 














11 


17,000 


4,000 


1,820 














7,150 


9,050 


86,650 














12 


1 


; 


3 














1 


1 


5 














13 


2 

2 
1 


i 
i 

(Z) 


3 
1 














2 

(Z) 
1 


4 

(Z) 

2 


9 
4 














1- 
15 
16 


2 


2 


3 














2 


3 


8 














17 


2 


: 


3 














2 


6 


10 














18 


26,100 


8,000 


3,485 














6,000 


6,100 


55,300 














19 


17,457 


5,500 


10,870 














9,500 


10,505 


63,180 














20 


1 


2 


2 


1 










2 


1 


7 










21 


2 




2 














1 




1 










22 


1,000 


4,000 


154 


1,080 












4,010 


2,000 


3,848 










. J 


3,400 
1 
1 

1 


1 


1,390 
2 






1 
1 








800 

1 




150 
2 




4,20C 


72( 


... 
... 


... 

2J 

26 

27 


(Z) 

a 


(z) 

2 


2 
2 


1 




1 








(Z) 
2 


1 


1 
7 




(z 


(z 




28 
29 


3 


1 


2 














1 




3 






. 




30 


1,000 


3,000 


700 


400 




250 








575 


1,000 


1,465 






81 




31 


3,290 


300 


6,775 














1,000 




375 




11.27C 


1,87. 




32 


14 


21 


77 


343 


250 


805 


192 


8! 


36 


404 


221 


123 


9 


31, 


758 


33 


26 


18 


182 


398 


833 


1,145 


472 


48< 


91 


723 


346 


274 


24! 


24 


1,674 


34 


274 


137 


1,015 


3,120 


1,053 


16,396 


3,259 


1,05' 


350 


3,890 


1,811 


919 


70- 


4,7c; 


12,613 


'■ 


274 


276 


2,668 


5,403 


7,102 


22,223 


8,173 


6,14. 


883 


6,734 


3,520 


2,340 


31,95 


3,411 


26,148 


36 


70 


67 


89 


196 


68 


377 


115 


12! 


113 


364 


113 


94 


6C 


v>; 


334 


)7 


98 


48 


105 


208 


266 


652 


197 


39< 


126 


628 


174 


219 


13< 


21] 


532 


11' 


6,398 


7,179 


14,247 


29,906 


6,335 


79,030 


16,493 


17,63. 


20,081 


58,584 


13,120 


16,941 


11,10= 


21,48! 


39,119 


V, 


10,616 


8,518 


16,820 


27,736 


17,963 


113,911 


25,730 


59,69 


18 ,4 14 


88,928 


19,381 


37,722 


19,74! 


27,34! 


55,403 


40 


1 


8 


28 


23 


29 


143 


23 


y 


68 


137 


31 


JJ 


E 


15S 


176 


41 


1 


13 


15 


25 


75 


199 


42 


6 


48 


196 


45 


77 


2; 


8G 


167 


42 


3 


57 


Ml 


70 


178 


1,594 


196 


5* 


766 


486 


71 


473 


3 


1,511 


1,687 


43 


(Z) 


99 


97 


77 


456 


1,309 


143 


25 


278 


592 


149 


105 


9C 


44; 


987 


44 


5 


3 


26 


10 


21 


55 


19 


3 


49 


34 


8 


13 


IS 


6C 


111 


45 


651 


275 


8,218 


3,726 


3,7<.5 


20,732 


5,431 


17,82" 


25,678 


11,127 


2,555 


10,971 


2,711 


20,782 


43,505 


46 


235 


2,410 


6,851 


3,473 


56,450 


35,049 


10,898 


33,0c 


31,542 


48,735 


6,209 


16,968 


9,49£ 


22,978 


79,606 


47 



144 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 8,-NURSERY, GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 

rsery and greenhouse products, flower and vegetabl 
eeds and plants, and bulbs: 

Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and 
vegetable seeds and plants, flowers, and 

bulbs sold dollars 1954... 132,500 14,500 

1949... 97,773 24,000 

Nursery products (trees, shrubs, vines, 

ornamentals , etc . ) farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold dollars 1954. . . 25,000 

1949... 20,650 

Cut flowers, potted plants, florist greens, 
and bedding plants grown for sale: 

Grown under glass farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

square feet 1954... 62,000 7,500 
1949... 52,035 10,000 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

dollars 1954 .. . 100,000 13,000 
1949... 75,070 24,000 

Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms produced for sale: 

Grown under glass or in 

house farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

square feet 1954. 

1949. 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

L949. 

Sold farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
dollars 1954... 7,500 
1949... 2,053 

Firewood and fuelwood cut farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

cords (4'x 4'x 6") 1954. 

1949. 

Fence posts cut farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
number 1954... 31,562 12,943 
1949... 80,264 17,349 

Sawlogs and veneer logs cut {including standing 

timber sold) farms reporting 1954. 

1949 1 

thousands of bd. ft. 1954. 

1949 1 

Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, pulp- 
wood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, Christmas trees 
hewn ties, mine timber, and other miscellaneous 

forest products sold farms reporting 1954. 

dollars 1954 .. . 21,232 11,946 

1949... 56,616 39,051 



11,936 
9,420 



5,493 
18,941 



1,610 
1,500 



• ■ 
5,000 



l.'l 

.".50 



1,164 
3,285 



26,592 

53,401 



8,726 
12,291 



30,198 
45,379 



56, 547 
40,546 



(Z) 
5,000 



1 .i 
17,840 



14,350 

: . 3i 



26,397 
14,771 



16,560 
41,917 



3,632 

8,778 



19,500 
26,331 



5,975 
32,414 



39,582 
13,448 



12,529 
23,943 



36,413 
65,720 



7,232 
9,452 



17,975 
22,923 



17,827 
29,382 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



include 



standing timber. 



KENTUCKY 



145 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin 




1,800 


583,470 


9,010 


75 


6,220 


6,000 


32,300 


50 




10,320 




25 


8,35 


2,550 


200 


1 


4,000 


345,903 

7 


6,030 


1,000 


20,000 


10,000 


58,981 
2 




335 


5,360 
6 


75 


1 


23,27" 


515 
... 


1,530 


2 
3 




4 


1 


1 






4 






3 


1 




2 


1 


4 




262 






3 




68 






17 




(Z) 


7 




5 




156 


(z> 


2 






125 






" 


1 




1 


... 


2 


6 




277,070 






4,300 




32,000 






5,850 




25 


8,oa 


... 




7 




155,600 


30 


1,000 






58,981 






1,850 


75 




22,82" 




500 


8 


1 


10 


1 






1 








2 










1 


9 


1 


9 


1 








1 












1 


3 




















1 


10 


3,600 


198,246 


5,700 










4,300 












5,300 




















160 


11 


1,000 

1 
1 


162,300 
9 
6 

20 

11 
14 
11 


4,500 

1 

1 

(Z) 

(Z) 

1 
1 








6,000 

2 

1 

2 

1 


1 
(Z) 

1 










168 

1 

(Z) 


4,510 

1 

1 

(Z) 

1 

2 
3 


















2 

2 
2 


600 

1 

1 
1 

2 


12 

13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 


1,000 


274,600 


9,000 








1,020 


6,000 












3,000 


















2,400 


200 


19 


3,000 


186,117 


5,000 








20,000 












300 


3,210 




















1,030 


20 


1 


6 


1 




1 


















L 




21 


1 


1 


1 












1 


1 
















> 






.'.' 


3,600 


69,520 


40 




1,500 










5,796 














1,35 


) 






2 1 


200 

1 

1 
1 
2 


3,500 

1 

3 

(Z> 

1 


2,000 

1 
(Z) 

1 

1 


1 
(Z) 

1 


1 


1 
5C 

I 


1 
3 

1 


1 
2 

1 


168 
1 


1,000 

1 

(Z) 

1 














46 


L 

1 
3 
2 
1 
1 

J 2 






24 
25 
26 
27 

.-' 
30 


800 


31,800 


10 


75 


900 




300 


50 




1,470 














35 


3 150 






31 


1,000 


4,186 


1,000 






10,000 






35 


300 












45 


515 






32 


215 


57 


336 


49 


268 


70 


112 


40 


462 


176 


909 


1,216 


e 


3 7 


532 


» 


582 


16 


227 


41 


301 


81 


219 


319 


320 


820 


1,183 


1,061 


36 


1 136 


920 


I.; 


3,123 


390 


5,331 


220 


3,449 


502 


2,207 


493 


5,194 


2,124 


14,822 


21,074 


60 


7 60 


7,757 


35 


12,845 


89 


4,203 


279 


4,652 


718 


4,384 


4,716 


5,263 


7,382 


19, 101 


19, 188 


. 


3 1,818 


14,272 


i, 


76 


65 


293 


110 


155 


72 


48 


169 


192 


210 


527 


551 


6 


2 27 


295 


37 


195 


47 


195 


136 


203 


93 


107 


328 


167 


774 


718 


476 


18 


D 138 


510 


38 


9,029 


8,602 


36,875 


16,969 


16,528 


12,396 


6,441 


17,502 


22,389 


33,286 


67, 172 


72,372 


10,31 


9 6,300 


49,399 


J9 


18,554 


5,327 


23,886 


23,785 


22,263 


17,272 


12, 514 


31,275 


19,549 


114,632 


83,286 


70,874 


23,69 


4 24,709 


75,111 


40 


55 


2 


65 


59 


22 


36 


5 


17 


46 


98 


65 


193 


5 


7 24 


98 


..1 


64 




41 


59 


14 


23 


1 


10 


32 


251 


147 


128 


13 


45 


168 


... 


439 


14 


443 


597 


54 


, gj 


24 


57 


118 


644 


541 


1,288 


79 


1 163 


425 


« 




22 


199 


950 


43 


94 


8 


99 


93 


904 


933 


498 


47 


5 83 


694 


.... 


CI 


5 


47 


67 


24 


24 


6 


16 


21 


31 


55 


110 


5 


5 12 


65 


43 


14,635 


1,133 


15,488 


15,472 


3,870 


26,738 


1,135 


3,946 


2,255 


11,000 


18,917 


41,232 


23,81 


3 4,440 


16,764 


46 


41,376 


1,231 


11,803 


46,384 


3,126 


32,842 


2,295 


8,755 


4,370 


46,622 


38,596 


37,153 


28,52 


5 7,881 


23,279 


47 



146 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table ^-NURSERY, GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST 



(Fop definitions and explanations, see text) 

Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and vegetable 
eeds and plants, and bulbs: 

Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and 
vegetable seeds and plants, flowers, and 

bulbs sold dollars 1954 

1949 

Nursery products (trees, shrubs, vines, 

ornamentals, etc . ) farms reporting 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Sold dollars 1954 

1949 

Cut flowers, potted plants, florist greens, 
and bedding plants grown for sale: 

Grown under glass farms reporting 1954 

1949 

square feet 1954 

1949 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Sold farms reporting 1954 

1949 

dollars 1954 

1949 

Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms produced for sale: 

Grown under glass or in 

house farms reporting 1954 

1949 

square feet 1954 

1949 

Grown in open farms reporting 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Sold farms reporting 1954 

1949 
dollars 1954 
1949 
treat products: 

Firewood and fuelwood cut farms reporting 1954 

1949 

cords (4'x 4'x 8') 1954 

1949 

Fence posts cut farms repurtijig 1954 

1949 

number 1954 

1949 

Sawlogs and veneer logs cut (including standing 

timber sold) farms reporting 1954 

1949 
thousands of bd. ft. 1954 



Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, pulp- 
wood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, Christmas trees 
hewn ties, mine timber, and other miscellaneous 
foreat products sold farms reporting 1954 . 



dollars 1954. 
1949. 



10,817 
16,016 



23,200 
5,500 



12,600 
5,000 



29,809 

39,117 



1,318 
10,990 
21,222 



59,198 
88,633 



11,749 
53,821 



L0,00C 
22,506 



3,500 
9,000 



2,500 
15,000 



41,652 
37,201 



8,153 

17,159 



23,000 
36,500 



16,000 
16,000 



20,000 
15,000 



2,000 
16,000 



3,000 
19,000 



2,899 
5,280 



19,963 
29,205 



3,748 
1,748 



19,648 
32,939 



15,676 

14,791 



100,190 
64,516 



37,500 
75,000 



50,040 
60,050 



50,150 
4,216 



19,202 
32,340 



23 A '-■ 
33,349 



1,376 
7,387 



7,312 
18,878 



45,945 
23,853 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



1 Does not include amount sold as standing timber. 



KENTUCKY 



147 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Jessamine Johnsc 




Kenton 


Knott 


Kno* 


Larue 


Laurel Lawren 




Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Leuis 


Lincoln 


-ivingston Logan 






a 


) 66,555 




20( 


) lOt 


7,100 


5 


... 






521 


424 


1,200 3,630 


1 


338 




73,490 

L 1 
1 








16,859 

3 
6 


2 








515 

1 


1,000 

1 




2,425 

... 
3 


2 
3 




z 


1 






(z 


8 




... 










2 


5 






35 








2 


z 


... 






(Z) 


2 




6 


6 




a 


) 4,000 




201 


ia 


) 4,850 


5 


... 










1,200 


7 






20,000 








1,249 


7' 








45 


1,000 




400 


8 






7 








2 
















1 


9 






7 












1 




















10 






26,610 












3,190 


















250 


11 






31,500 
2 












3,000 










1 


1 






2 


12 

13 






7 












1 










1 










14 






(Z) 






















(Z) 


(Z) 






1 


15 






8 












7 










(Z) 










16 






7 












2 










1 


1 






3 


17 






9 












1 










1 










18 






53,650 












2,100 










500 


24 






3,630 


19 






51,020 












15,000 










40 










20 






6 


















1 


3 






.'1 


1 




8 












3 




... 






3 








2 


22 






23,792 






















4« 


290 








23 


540 

1 




33,380 
2 
2 
2 
1 

8 
8,905 












1,810 

1 

1 

1 

(Z) 

1 

3 
150 


[> 


... 
... 






1,900 
1 

1 
(Z) 

2 
21 


3 

400 






4,500 
2 


24 

25 

.'i 
27 
28 
» 

• 
31 


338 




2,470 












610 


5 


) 






430 








2,025 


12 


36 


2. 


124 


2 


4 


7 30 


S 166 


2 


8 


9 


18 


710 


291 


ao us 


!3 


21 


' 


) 170 


5 


14 


> 52 


264 


2 


) 243 


38 


26 


678 


616 


386 688 


14 


290 


•- 


1,1 •'/. 


7 


18 


> 5,69' 


7 1,541 1, 


I 


7 68 


249 


67 


12,206 


4,407 


3,97< 


1,417 


35 


530 


9 


) 1,701 


530 


1,19 


i 8,17< 


> 2,206 2, 


1 


3,256 


527 


667 


10,825 


10,623 


6,87 


> 7,307 


'• 


55 


4 


i 96 


5 


11 


1 15 


174 


.» 


) 5 


13 


32 


297 


215 


15 


213 


17 


60 





121 


19 


15 


> 24 


i 398 


- 


r lsi 


46 


39 


218 


425 


27 


7 628 


18 


8,018 6, 


' 


12,773 


805 


12,57 


) 16,97 


19,745 15, 


6 


375 


1,095 


5,843 


36,404 


25,416 


22,75 


33,953 


39 


6,298 12, 


" 


b 12,431 


2,925 


17,63 


) 26,61 


> 53,340 21, 


2 


! 13,773 


5,006 


3,200 


28,417 


45,969 


59,06. 


84,362 


40 


3 


2 


5 8 


27 


9 


) 7 


84 





9 


20 


46 


189 


95 


5 


123 


..I 


1 


3 


i 6 


14 


61 


> 9 


J 94 


7 


> 57 


36 


19 


101 


123 


7 


146 


42 


23 


8 


18 


300 


1,4* 


> 27 


i 1,226 1, 


7 


7 101 


332 


329 


1,396 


633 


35 


607 


43 


5 


23 


3 24 


194 


48 


1 37 


654 


!4 


399 


752 


88 


598 


925 


40 


7 750 


44 


7 


6 


3 10 


32 


9 


L 3 


i 49 


7 


9 


19 


67 


103 


53 


2, 


55 


45 


1,036 8, 


■u 


3 1,406 


14,060 


26,24 


5 14, ia 


7 25,187 45, 


3 


) 3,213 


10,192 


10,262 


47,157 


13,049 


11,22 


13,364 


46 


762 12, 


• 


i 1,767 


43,290 


58, 14 


i 14,09. 


53,978 59, 


< 


13,729 


69,037 


17,838 


73,090 


30,888 


45,86 


59,521 


47 



148 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table &-NURSERY, GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


I*on 


McCracken McCrear 


r McLeaj 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 


Marshall 


Martin 




Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and vegetable 
seeds and plants, and bulbs: 


















1 


Nursery and greenhouse products, flower and 
vegetable seeds and plants, flowers, and 
bulbs sold dollars 1954 . . . 




262,857 




85 1,000 




50 


5,000 


40 


2 


1949 . . . 




175,045 




47,308 










4,227 


200 


3 


Nursery products (trees, shrubs, vines, 
ornamentals, etc.) farms reporting 1954... 




6 




1 1 










1 


1 


4 


1949 . . . 




6 














2 




5 


acres 1954... 




68 




Z) 1 










10 


(z) 


6 


1949 . . . 




37 














5 




7 


Sold dollars 1954 . . . 




59,680 




85 1,000 










3,500 


40 


3 


1949 . . . 




27,964 














3,300 






Cut flowers, potted plants, florist greens, 
and bedding plants grown for sale: 


















9 






6 














10 


1949... 




6 




2 










1 




11 


square feet 1954... 




141,000 


















12 


1949 . . . 




185,000 




18,000 










120 




13 






4 


















14 


1949... 




7 




2 










1 




15 


acres 1954 .. . 




7 


















16 


1949 . . . 




18 




1 










1 




17 






10 


















18 


1949... 




8 














2 




19 


dollars 1954 . . . 




92,402 


















20 


1949 . . . 




143,031 




46,508 










700 






Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms produced for sale : 


















21 


Grown under glass or in 




8 














22 


1949... 




5 




1 








1 


1 


23 


square feet 1954... 




159,500 
















24 


1949... 




6,095 




1,000 








100 


900 


25 






2 










1 


1 




26 


1949... 
















1 




27 


acres 1954 . . . 




4 










(Z) 


2 




28 


1949 . . . 
















(Z) 




29 






10 










1 


1 




30 


1949 . . . 




5 




1 








2 


1 


31 


dollars 1954... 




110,775 










50 


1,500 




32 


1949 . . . 




4,050 




800 








227 


200 


33 


Forest products: 


166 


95 


91 


5 18 


8 


480 


575 


7 


34 


1949 . . . 


222 


230 


21 


18 125 


209 


599 


742 


8 


35 


cords (4'x 4'x 8') 1954... 


2,578 


901 8 


19 


L52 1,027 


54 


7,414 


6,375 


31 


36 


1949 . . . 


3,920 


2,755 1 


81 


68 1,458 


4,636 


10,528 


10,011 


68 


37 




119 


94 


31 


33 85 


19 


290 


296 


17 


38 


1949... 


180 


152 


21 


L42 218 


145 


375 


466 


54 


39 


number 1954 . . . 


16,467 


17,654 2,4 


31 4, 


67 15,732 


3,872 


39,678 


36,683 


2,668 


40 


1949 . . . 


31,469 


24, 177 1,5 


88 18, 


,88 35,862 


14,460 


61,791 


58,778 


5,937 


41 


Sawlogs and veneer logs cut (including standing 


37 


16 


43 


12 25 


7 


67 


82 


19 


42 


1949 1 . . 


74 


71 


12 


34 33 


22 


62 


164 


24 


43 


thousands of bd . f t . 1954 . . . 


369 


75 7 


37 ] 


j46 467 


51 


560 


420 


83 


44 


1949 1 . . 


407 


289 


37 ] 


Al 206 


135 


236 


547 


141 


45 


Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, pulp- 
wood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, Christmas trees, 
hewn ties, mine timber, and other miscellaneous 


21 


17 


30 


8 27 


18 


41 


36 


58 


46 


dollars 1954... 


15,372 


3,170 22,1 


37 2,C 


103 20,310 


5,725 


8,312 


17,637 


5,796 


47 


1949 . . . 


47,293 


15,966 16,0 


24 16, c 


10 16,362 


26,179 


19,017 


38,432 


28,866 



all fractions. 



KENTUCKY 



149 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Mason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelso 


i Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsle 


1 


36,600 
22,750 

1 
1 


350 
70 

1 

1 




20,900 
13,825 

1 

1 
18 
12 






21,250 
25,000 

1 
1 
22 
15 


701 


2,778 
) 1,480 

1 
L 2 

1 
J 1 




53 12,900 
16,000 

2 3 
Z) 17 


860 
16,686 

2 
2 
2 
2 


114,680 
118,700 

2 
2 
72 
43 


5,000 
10,000 

1 
1 
5 

17 




1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 


1,000 


250 




20,000 






18,000 




1,000 




53 3,900 


400 


40,000 


3,000 




7 


1 






8,000 

1 






16,033 
1 


701 


J 180 
2 




1 


900 


40,000 
5 


10,000 

1 




8 
9 


1 












2 










1 






2 




1 


2 


3 






. 10 


60,000 












6,600 










5,000 






1,070 




3,000 




100,640 


4,500 




. 11 


30,000 

1 

1 

1 
1 












5,960 
2 

1 
1 
2 










4,000 

1 

1 

1 
1 






2,650 
2 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 




5,000 
1 
1 

(Z) 

1 
1 
1 


4,180 
3 
9 

5 


72,100 
1 
1 
1 
4 
5 
3 


1 




. 12 
. 13 

. 14 
. 15 
. 16 
. 17 
. 18 


35,000 












900 










3,000 






1,278 




7,500 




72,600 


1,000 




. 19 


20,000 












10,700 










8,967 






1,000 




15,000 


15,030 


46,200 






. 20 


1 












1 








1 


1 


2 


1 




. 21 




1 






1 
















1 




1 


2 


2 






. 22 


2,000 

1 

5 

1 

1 


100 

1 

1 
1 






50 

1 










1,000 

1 






1,500 

1 

1 

(2) 

(Z) 

1 
1 




1,000 

2,000 

1 

1 

1 
1 


85 
561 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 


2,000 
73,000 

1 

1 

2 
2 


1,000 

1 




. 23 

24 
. 25 
. 26 
. 27 
. 28 
. 29 
. 30 


600 


100 
















250 






500 




1,500 


460 


2,080 


1,000 




. 31 


2,750 


70 






125 
















300 




1,000 


756 


32,500 






. 32 


47 


352 


133 


159 


68. 


72/ 


27 


21/ 


4 




71 297 


87 


130 


606 


2 


)9 33 


113 


580 


241 


110 


73 


1,24 


131 


45 


97 




>68 188 


187 


272 


643 


2 


5 34 


433 


6,999 


1,646 


1,924 


10,90 


> 13,18 


261 


2,64 


11 


6, 


14 2,616 


1,094 


2,382 


7,775 


2,6 


7 35 


1,666 


11,616 


3,889 


1,642 


14,271 


) 23,41/ 


3,416 


4,15/ 


1,070 


12,' 


J.h 1,653 


2,420 


4,845 


10,734 


3,6 


5 36 


97 


198 


112 


109 


26 


261 


t 79 


12 


r 40 




> 192 


183 


81 


283 




9 37 


115 


279 


90 


158 


32< 


61/ 


142 


30 


205 




61 181 


285 


175 


247 


1 


L3 38 


15,164 


32,380 


10,987 


11,969 


35,32 


1 34,011 


8,980 


17,97 


11,678 


32,' 


36 27,880 


31,342 


12,731 


37,471 


6,9 


5 39 


14,887 


49,753 


12,279 


16,910 


41,42 


83,28 


t 19,809 


30,54 


31 ,'.. 


53, 


71 23,398 


46,206 


33,758 


28,338 


7,5 


6 40 


5 


43 


77 


6 


11/ 


9/ 


15 


7 


L 19 




52 11 


59 


33 


22 




41 


4 


71 


49 


14 


13 


7 8 


24 


8 


71 




73 3 


44 


26 


29 




6 42 


8 


563 


793 


15 


1,051 


) 97 


187 


1,55 


309 




55 27 


616 


185 


97 


8' 


3 43 


7 


271 


918 


26 


7L 


53 


795 


1,13 


447 


I 


92 21 


272 


135 


190 


2 


3 44 


11 


35 


44 


12 


9 


> 8 


20 


71 


29 




47 34 


62 


17 


42 




5 45 


1,507 


19,178 


18,180 


3,533 


27,78 


i 27,99 


2,913 


24,07 


14,519 


17,' 


92 7,462 


28,342 


11,244 


5,106 


12,2' 


4 46 


1,454 


21,521 


21,857 


4,626 


62,161 


) 80,48 


r 23,071 


41,90 


34,223 


33, 


77 3,018 


37,693 


1,349 


11,384 


17,4; 


'I 47 



150 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 8^-NURSERY, GREENHOUSE, AND FOREST 



Nursery and greenhouse products, f lover and 
vegetable seeds and plants, flowers, and 
bulbs sold dollars 1954. 



Nursery products (trees, shrubs, vines, 

ornamentals, etc . ) farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold dollars 1954. 

1949. 



Grown under glass farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

square feet 1954. 

1949. 

Grown In open farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 

Vegetables grown under glass, flower seeds, 
vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, bulbs, 
and mushrooms produced for sale: 



1949. 

square feet 1954 . 

1949. 

Grown In open farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

Sold farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

dollars 1954. 

1949. 



Firewood and fuelwood i 



..farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

cords (4'x 4'x 8') 1954. 

1949. 

Fence posts cut farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

number 1954. 

1949. 



1949 1 . 

thousands of bd . f t . 1954 . . 

1949 1 . 

Value of firewood, fence posts, logs, lumber, pulp- 
wood, piling and poles, bark, bolts, Christmas trees, 
hewn ties, mine timber, and other miscellaneous 

forest products sold farms reporting 1954.. 

dollars 1954 . . 
1949.. 



4,222 

10,347 



20, 525 
31,915 



2,499 
6,159 



1,500 
9,330 



: . DOC 
4,000 



7,400 
30,129 



5,552 
9,382 



39,684 
66,983 



32,425 
39,748 



22,500 
30,506 



7,900 
20,000 



20,000 
25,000 



2,200 
2,000 



1,500 
5,416 



6,984 
11,753 



26,667 
71,184 



1,805 
1,697 



39,590 
76,141 



3,775 
7,453 



1,091 
4,901 



10,288 
27,071 



30,220 



1,741 
9,395 



16,465 
23,840 



12,449 
13,816 



37,535 
32,272 



34,794 
26,137 



Z Reported In small fractions. 1 Does not include amount sold as standing timber. 



KENTUCKY 



151 



PRODUCTS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Shelby Simpson Spencer Taylor Todd Trigg Trimble Un 



10,025 
2,600 



7,500 
7,000 



5,000 
2,000 



7,500 
2,040 



Washington Wayne Webster Whitley Wolfe Woodford 



3,920 
42,488 



2,000 
14,916 



1,000 
41,000 



1,240 
1,000 



10, 590 
7,525 



2,700 
1,700 



1,705 
2,122 



4,205 
5,526 



2,927 
5,483 



14,205 
11,474 



1,385 
5,443 



3,803 
10,269 



3,126 
8,089 



8,041 
8,703 



1,988 
7,981 



30,667 
40,022 



12,591 
15,317 



19,205 
21,762 



47,405 
40,234 



24,643 
45,362 



27,799 
84,879 



18,775 
57,075 



25,122 

43,467 



26,697 
56, 520 



49,060 
57,461 



10,696 
23,328 



18,003 
24,633 



12,661 
22,382 



4,607 
16,031 



7,035 
4,551 



9,983 
10,023 



3,4*2 

16,151 



15,422 
17,610 



12,200 
33,775 



10,220 
34,693 



3,254 
12,242 



3,277 
21,521 



25,969 
33,372 



7,227 
11,735 



41,173 
57,347 



3,806 
16,604 



152 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 1 of b) —SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson 


Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 


. 


<w 


136,692 


1,943 


1,524 


679 


849 


2,790 


901 


658 


825 


1949... 


161,469 


2,396 


1,824 


788 


1,068 


3,305 


1,178 


868 


946 


i 


acres 1954... 


1,962,527 


25,918 


27,332 


4,563 


27,971 


44,573 


10,240 


2,435 


11,028 


., 


1949... 


2,213,351 


31,259 


29,288 


5,071 


30,611 


50,609 


12, 197 


3,253 


12,138 


5 




133,278 


1,901 


1,437 


646 


837 


2,776 


883 


641 


799 


6 


1949... 


159,310 


2-391 


1-809 


780 


1,063 


3,293 


1,165 


819 


911 




acres 1954... 


1,864,813 


25,171 


25,747 


3,847 


26, 759 


43,535 


9,723 


2,348 


9,471 


8 


1949... 


2,152,732 


31,123 


28,771 


4,930 


29,626 


50,218 


11,868 


3,133 


10,979 


9 


bushels 1954... 


57,281,608 


806,605 


666,605 


112,808 


583, 148 


1,268,448 


340,004 


55,525 


394,244 


ID 


1949... 


71,009,754 


913, 669 


750,988 


166,494 


916,636 


1,558,368 


409,340 


74,960 


488,596 


11 




4,904 


9 


5 


76 


55 


42 


34 


1 


168 


12 


1949 . . . 


2,557 


* 


2 


20 


8 


2 


13 




115 


13 


acres 1954... 


65,378 


77 


97 


693 


867 


763 


412 


6 


1,381 


1- 


1949... 


26,711 


-1 


10 


70 


65 


12 


175 




845 


15 


tons, green weight 1954... 


499,195 


596 


390 


5,248 


5,147 


5,895 


4,289 


30 


13,563 


16 


1949... 


250,412 


635 


78 


683 


440 


202 


1,820 




9,421 


17 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for green or 


3,697 


46 


236 


8 


22 


33 


17 


27 


22 


18 


1949... 


4,166 


15 


48 


15 


86 


51 


18 


54 


36 


19 


acres 1954... 


32,336 


670 


l ,48 


23 


345 


275 


105 


81 


176 


20 


1949 . . . 


33,908 


95 


507 


71 


920 


379 


154 


120 


314 


21 




31,893 


475 


370 


56 


249 


902 


236 


45 


119 


22 


1949 . . . 


19,524 


412 


263 


39 


228 


549 


148 


25 


57 


23 


bushels 1954... 


15,434,142 


162,989 


135,648 


8,308 


241,893 


356,096 


96,883 


6,843 


50,232 


24 


1949... 
SorghnM: 


8,906,046 


104,253 


61,418 


4,251 


191,423 


190,220 


39,228 


2,054 


19,815 


25 


Sorghum for all purposes except for 


16,426 


254 


503 


272 


54 


1,166 


16 


5 


37 


26 


1949... 


8,126 


67 


200 


130 


30 


574 


39 


5 


12 


27 


acres 1954... 


31,811 


352 


884 


402 


157 


2,020 


31 


4 


67 


28 


1949... 


12,131 


81 


271 


179 


79 


851 


56 


8 


20 


29 


Harvested for grain or for 


583 


7 


7 








1 


2 


7 


30 


1949... 


307 


* 


20 






* 








31 


acres 1954 . . . 


2,126 


12 


43 








1 


1 


8 


32 


1949... 


539 


7 


36 






5 








33 


bushels 1954... 


43,897 


123 


649 








10 


33 


144 


34 


1949... 


9,329 


81 


289 






43 








35 




1,226 






27 


7 


61 


2 




5 


36 


1949... 


240 


3 




15 


11 










37 


acres 1954... 


5,446 






60 


34 


155 


9 




15 


38 


1949... 


834 


* 




17 


52 










39 


tons, green weight 1954... 


38,396 






331 


298 


755 


117 




160 


40 


1949... 


5,994 


16 




72 


420 










41 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for dry forage 


14,645 


247 


501 


245 


47 


1,105 


13 


3 


26 


42 


1949... 


7,603 


60 


180 


115 


19 


570 


39 


5 


12 


43 


acres 1954... 


24,239 


340 


841 


342 


123 


1,865 


21 


3 


44 


44 


1949... 


10, 758 


ie 


235 


162 


27 


846 


56 


8 


20 


45 


tons cut 1954... 


43,496 


513 


1,432 


1,063 


127 


3,093 


19 


3 


51 


46 


1949... 


23,025 


89 


297 


295 


41 


3,372 


132 


7 


112 


47 




21 




2 














48 


1949... 


125 


'• 




1 




15 




1 




49 


bushels 1954... 






141 














50 


Sorghum hay or forage sold farms reporting 1954 


283 


(■ 


2 


2 


1 


19 


1 




1 


51 


tons 1954... 


1,265 


14 


4 


9 


1 


103 


2 




2 



KENTUCKY 



153 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 




793 


336 


643 


896 


1,819 


1,614 


544 


1,137 


™ 


1,688 


520 


627 


548 


1,480 


1,860 


1 


826 


387 


717 


1,007 


2,430 


1,899 


751 


1,521 


1,096 


2,228 


690 


826 


573 


1,613 


2,261 


2 


11,547 


2,600 


8,555 


5,202 


8,938 


31,357 


10,020 


30,648 


24,924 


34,170 


4,270 


22,321 


5,616 


6,363 


17,624 


3 


13,389 


2,881 


9,959 


6,044 


14,649 


36,109 


13,751 


29,987 


26,930 


35,529 


4,994 


23,521 


6,510 


10,426 


22,213 


4 


764 


250 


607 


878 


1,819 


1,610 


520 


1,182 


961 


1,667 


488 


615 


526 


1,476 


1,838 


5 


788 


382 


713 


991 


2,430 


1,889 


737 


1,516 


1,095 


2,220 


631 


816 


567 


1,601 


2,260 


6 


9,601 


2,060 


7,500 


4,921 


8,928 


30,603 


8,895 


30,358 


24,555 


33,087 


3,349 


21,300 


5,135 


8,351 


17,236 


7 


11,299 


2,733 


8,969 


5,764 


14,645 


35,629 


13,306 


29,559 


26,803 


35,294 


3,923 


22,479 


6,200 


10,325 


22,116 


8 


445,313 


107,335 


273, 313 


200,405 


271,115 


856,396 


225,153 


871,807 


752,019 


679,064 


135,905 


558,494 


179, 117 


316,664 


613,898 


9 


560,264 


113,347 


389,124 


249,412 


348,748 


940, 580 


470,702 


716,568 


794,158 


949,530 


156,617 


760,154 


255,017 


351,847 


740,583 


10 


75 


9 


55 


28 




19 


49 


5 


18 


64 


120 


47 


33 




49 


11 


68 


19 


18 


32 


1 


« 


36 


1 


4 


10 


136 




17 




17 


L2 


1,851 


94 


906 


225 




350 


793 


154 


362 


916 


672 


570 


436 




355 


1) 


1,670 


132 


752 


204 


4 


55 


332 


70 


47 


79 


951 




252 




85 


14 


16,905 


521 


7,460 


1,743 




3,046 


5,588 


700 


2,593 


4,971 


7,877 


3,336 


2,942 




. 1." 


13 


16,836 


1,429 


8,198 


1,743 


40 


495 


3,443 


200 


690 


633 


6,652 




2,025 




■'i 8 


11 


13 


86 


25 


16 


1 


39 


22 


12 


1 


25 


15 


40 


13 


5 


5 


17 


51 


4 


- 


11 




39 


24 


35 


13 


33 


41 


110 


16 


30 


1 


18 


W 


446 


149 


56 


10 


404 


332 


136 


7 


165 


49 


451 


45 


12 


33 


1" 


420 


16 


238 


76 




425 


113 


358 


80 


156 


120 


1,042 


58 


101 


12 


00 


228 


57 


98 


96 


228 


343 


102 


457 


393 


621 


77 


213 


96 


253 


433 


21 


48 


25 


6 


95 


131 


179 


54 


270 


200 


460 


48 


225 


59 


132 


207 


.'.' 


94,383 


30,177 


57,863 


32,249 


45,855 


137,946 


41,909 


291,273 


197,227 


188,571 


20,484 


136,490 


45,152 


75,871 


137, 248 


23 


25,953 


8,892 


31,539 


22,938 


14,736 


48,791 


19,235 


85,406 


79,006 


103,775 


10, 514 


105,594 


17,905 


21,952 


47,980 


24 


4 


9 


103 


22 


40 


283 


64 


211 


171 


202 


7 


43 


173 


58 


396 


25 


2 


5 


46 


6 


19 


122 


•• 


164 


22 


46 


. 


12 


148 


11 


44 


26 


112 


29 


221 


30 


50 


580 


100 


359 


307 


366 


31 


120 


286 


110 


540 


27 


7 
1 


13 


99 


1 


20 

1 


191 
12 


100 

1 


226 


28 
2 


61 
1 


7 


30 
3 


169 
2 


14 


51 

16 


28 




2 


10 




2 


14 


' 




2 


11 




2 


7 






30 


4 




u 


2 


1 
2 


IS 
22 


3 




14 
2 


12 
13 




8 
15 


7 
6 


10 


22 


31 
32 


200 






25 


20 


1,241 


45 




85 


90 




105 


70 


221 


304 


33 


3 

1 


72 
2 


450 
8 

1 




45 


187 
32 


5 


40 
11 


20 
10 

1 


130 
34 


1 


150 
19 


126 
42 






34 
35 
36 


108 


19 


52 






68 


6 


101 


25 


115 


6 


70 


86 






37 


6 




10 










17 


2 


7 


4 










\a 


680 


83 


351 






436 


29 


576 


126 


568 


52 


487 


278 






39 


75 




50 










85 


6 


57 


32 










40 




7 


95 


21 


39 


239 


58 


171 


159 


167 


5 


21 


130 


52 


378 


41 


1 


3 


35 


6 


17 


108 


62 


153 


20 


31 


1 


10 


142 


n 


44 


42 




10 


169 


28 


49 


444 


91 


258 


268 


239 


25 


42 


195 


LOO 


518 


43 


1 


8 


45 


7 


18 


169 


94 


209 


24 


41 


3 


15 


163 


14 


51 


44 




25 


86 


41 


63 


946 


100 


460 


325 


457 


49 


39 


271 


118 


1,164 


45 


1 
1 


7 


38 




5 


357 
2 


99 

1 


341 
2 


5 

2 


63 

1 


12 


39 


261 


17 


106 


46 
47 
48 


200 








1 


18 


2 
3 


2 
6 




10 




5 


3 




13 
33 


49 
50 
51 



154 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 1 of 6J —SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Christian 


Clark 


Clay 


Clinton 


Crittenden 


Cumberland 


Daviess 


Edmonson 


Elliott 






1,810 


659 


1,953 


966 


829 


976 


1,992 


935 


806 


. 


1949... 


2,079 


855 


2,207 


1,092 


1,088 


1,243 


2,329 


1,086 


973 


3 


acres 1954 .. 


59,199 


7,021 


9,313 


9,161 


26,479 


13,523 


56,172 


15,363 


4,052 


4 


1949... 


60,486 


8,606 


14,843 


11,884 


29,889 


18,104 


56,220 


15,000 


6,075 


• 




1,777 


612 


1,938 


964 


821 


975 


1,988 


887 


765 


6 


1949... 


2,067 


778 


2,205 


1,091 


1,086 


1,235 


2,323 


1,086 


973 


• 


acres 1954... 


57,984 


6,283 


9,217 


9,110 


25,381 


13,407 


55,060 


14,402 


3,897 


8 


1949... 


59,259 


7,483 


14,806 


11,813 


29,415 


17,649 


55,435 


14,985 


6,074 


■ 


bushels 1954... 


1,800,023 


255,572 


287,572 


224,964 


727,569 


416,912 


2,226,476 


300,862 


147,421 


10 


1949. . . 


1,936,986 


365,778 


407,384 


357,179 


859,016 


443,775 


1,902,871 


371,235 


205,731 


11 




47 


31 


2 


2 


46 




39 


12 




12 


1949... 


34 


36 






7 




15 


1 




13 


acres 1954... 


676 


510 


11 


25 


817 




947 


148 




14 


1949... 


373 


476 






61 




464 


12 




15 


tons, green weight 1954... 


5,107 


4,662 


95 


280 


5,321 




7,772 


1,068 




16 


1949... 


2,874 


5,317 






557 




3,944 


85 




L7 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for green or 


47 


38 


17 


2 


39 


16 


13 


81 


42 


18 


1949 . . . 


99 


84 


7 


7 


54 


43 


37 


1 


1 


19 


acres 1954... 


539 


228 


85 


26 


281 


116 


165 


813 


155 


20 


1949... 


854 


647 


37 


71 


413 


455 


321 


3 


1 


j 




934 
656 


100 
64 


20o 

82 


130 
53 


296 

237 


224 
248 


1,171 
729 


227 

101 


104 


22 


1949. . . 


23 


bushels 1954... 


551,696 


36,821 


51,173 


31,841 


156,833 


77,532 


1,026,847 


74,802 


25,865 


... 


1949... 
Sorgkiu: 


504,671 


16,308 


11,347 


7,237 


94,185 


49,049 


430,751 


18,676 


2,044 


25 


Sorghum for all purposes except for 


72 


42 


127 


45 


196 


141 


24 


225 


13 


26 


1949... 


20 


7 


47 


11 


73 


52 


7 


76 


3 


27 


acres 1954... 


275 


123 


285 


83 


438 


187 


138 


417 


23 


28 


1949.. . 


46 


9 


56 


17 


111 


78 


33 


96 


3 


29 


Harvested for grain or for 




1 


4 


7 


2 








1 


30 


1949... 


2 




3 






1 


1 




2 


31 


acres 1954... 




1 


4 


11 


17 








1 


32 


1949.. . 


4 




10 






1 


15 




2 


33 


bushels 1954... 




10 


68 


110 


300 








15 


34 


1949... 


115 




250 






25 


465 




10 


35 




21 


5 




3 


3 




11 


1 




36 


1949... 










1 




1 






37 


acres 1954... 


174 


69 




8 


37 




118 


2 




38 


1949... 










1 




10 






39 


tons, green weight 1954... 


1,449 


498 




105 


290 




847 


20 




40 


1949... 










20 




100 






41 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for dry forage 


51 


36 


123 


35 


191 


141 


13 


224 


12 


42 


1949... 


18 


7 


44 


11 


72 


52 


5 


76 


1 


43 


acres 1954... 


101 


53 


281 


64 


384 


187 


20 


415 


22 


44 


1949 . . . 


42 


9 


46 


17 


110 


77 


8 


96 


1 


45 


tons cut 1954.. . 


104 


95 


121 


66 


304 


410 


16 


689 


21 


46 


1949... 


81 


25 


60 


3 


184 


454 


11 


243 


3 


47 


Sorghum sold farms reporting 1954 




















4P 


1949. . . 


2 








2 










49 


bushels 1954... 




















50 


Sorghum hay or forage sold farms reporting 1954... 


1 


1 


1 




2 


3 




7 




51 


tons 1954... 


15 


15 


1 




4 


6 




17 





KENTUCKY 



155 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 





Estill 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin 






796 


580 


1,346 


2,035 


624 


530 


377 


1,074 


990 


2,714 


1,833 


1,564 


987 


679 


1,779 


1 




1,025 


669 


1,463 


2,234 


734 


650 


390 


1,176 


1,055 


3,325 


2,282 


1,831 


1,160 


766 


2,034 


2 




7,234 


8,040 


12,442 


7,615 


5,089 


19,951 


4,132 


11,610 


5,928 


66,055 


33,664 


22,516 


8,259 


14,400 


35,487 


3 




9,260 


8,470 


13,037 


9,488 


6,068 


21,454 


4,026 


11,032 


5,806 


75,356 


37,964 


23,832 


8,695 


14,635 


37,3a 


4 




785 


493 


1,333 


2,026 


476 


504 


370 


1,067 


906 


2,651 


1,830 


1,561 


986 


676 


1,734 


5 




1,019 


563 


1,450 


2,227 


703 


635 


384 


1,161 


1,017 


3,295 


2,272 


1,829 


1,149 


761 


2,014 


6 




7,123 


5,657 


12,050 


7,593 


3,829 


18,349 


3,852 


11,209 


5,039 


62,713 


33,506 


22,286 


8,14i 


14,194 


33,116 


7 




9,197 


6,715 


12,781 


9,439 


5,516 


20,062 


3,902 


10,723 


5,485 


73,073 


37,712 


23,744 


8,455 


14,456 


36,290 


8 




278,595 


231,059 


524,026 


227,427 


130,548 


482,418 


126,954 


444,610 


161,838 


1,482,610 


924,662 


711,296 


350,855 


530,035 


803,595 


9 




303,371 


364,196 


570,342 


267,197 


210,278 


741,179 


142,543 


494,044 


202,625 


2,001,537 


901,291 


694,781 


311,470 


416,938 


1,284,445 


10 




1 


103 


34 




37 


49 


24 


28 


104 


152 


7 


8 


9 


11 


110 


11 




3 


80 


22 




16 


11 


10 


14 


52 


45 


8 


1 


16 


1 


56 


12 




15 


2,037 


251 




601 


616 


263 


341 


620 


2,241 


113 


70 


103 


164 


1,769 


13 




23 


1,290 


175 




322 


89 


81 


141 


239 


3o2 


101 


1 


127 


20 


595 


14 




45 


19,877 


2,298 




4,468 


5,033 


2,291 


3,515 


5,335 


12,447 


937 


608 


sa 


1,339 


13,918 


15 




170 


11,301 


1,407 




2,953 


881 


687 


1,676 


2,579 


3,6a 


1,260 


'• 


1,175 


200 


4,814 


1. 




12 


42 


12 


12 


138 


70 


4 


6 


47 


109 


7 


9 


1 


7 


50 


17 




8 


82 


17 


23 


32 


98 


13 


13 


.- 


234 


15 


11 


25 


16 


45 


18 




96 


346 


141 


., 


659 


986 


17 


60 


269 


1,101 


45 


160 


10 


42 


602 


!'■ 




40 


465 


81 


49 


230 


1,303 


43 


168 


•'. 


1,9a 


151 


87 


113 


159 


436 


20 




225 


ia 


337 


418 


59 


190 


73 


255 


189 


1,081 


469 


473 


333 


378 


331 


21 




94 


60 


94 


159 


73 


217 


31 


81 


44 


946 


ao 


129 


106 


173 


180 


22 




100,239 


59,830 


100,888 


45,513 


23,905 


187,593 


41,692 


86,805 


27,602 


491,044 


205,181 


173,567 


144,355 


238,160 


139,614 


23 




26,503 


29,875 


22,328 


16,095 


20,310 


237,352 


14,234 


19,054 


6,661 


371,797 


44,160 


22,059 


35,873 


77,907 


80,524 


24 




62 


14 


78 


33 


142 


a 


128 


IV, 


470 


343 


280 


285 


31 


42 


314 


.'■ 




55 


5 


18 


2 


123 


7 


93 


62 


272 


167 


41 


126 


12 


30 


187 


.'' 




78 


68 


153 


58 


276 


165 


ai 


442 


sa 


755 


414 


444 


69 


54 


641 


27 




88 


16 


32 


2 


157 


52 


130 


ia 


444 


a2 


53 


164 


29 


46 


306 


28 




3 




1 


6 


6 


2 


3 




3 


4 


5 


<• 


2 




12 


29 




2 








10 


1 




1 


1 






14 


5 


2 




m 




3 
3 




1 


8 


23 
21 


6 


6 


1 


3 

1 


24 


9 


11 
14 


21 

7 


6 


19 


31 

i.' 




60 




20 


70 


384 


72 


96 




120 


406 


110 


112 


675 




367 


13 




50 








345 


60 




20 


8 






140 


Igj 


65 




34 




20 
2 


8 
1 


10 




5 


15 
2 


2 


30 
6 


43 
9 


45 
14 


3 


14 
9 




« 


18 
25 


35 




27 
3 


57 
10 


48 




36 


144 
18 


3 


235 
20 


97 
18 


279 
29 


4 


24 

11 




5 


106 
50 


17 




125 


556 


505 




393 


1,648 


30 


2,074 


1,002 


1,740 




86 






880 


<■, 




15 


52 








132 




85 


189 


199 


15 


32 




36 


146 


40 




39 


6 


67 


27 


131 


5 


123 


126 


431 


295 


275 


267 


29 


42 


286 


-.1 




51 


4 


18 


2 


113 


4 


93 


55 


262 


153 


38 


105 


7 


24 


164 


•.. 




48 


11 


104 


50 


217 


17 


202 


207 


7a 


452 


405 


409 


48 


54 


516 


., < 




82 


6 


32 


2 


136 


28 


130 


100 


425 


183 


49 


139 


22 


35 


256 


.;.. 




56 


8 


246 


77 


330 


24 


405 


539 


2,454 


692 


789 


587 


63 


125 


1,153 


•.' 




84 

1 

1 


9 


59 
2 


3 


288 

3 

8 


20 


1,150 

1 


206 

1 
2 


1,179 
3 

8 

31 


272 

2 

2 
3 


122 

1 

10 
23 


181 
1 

8 


46 

1 

2 

310 


1 

31 
94 


403 
3 

47 


... 
47 
48 
49 
50 
■■l 



156 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 1 of 6) .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Harlan 


Harrison 


Hart 


Henderson 


Henry 


Hickman 


Hopkins 


Jackson 


Jefferson 




C„: 




















1 




802 


1,034 


1,817 


1,174 


1.101 


685 


1,278 


1,362 


868 


2 


1949... 


663 


1,249 


2,149 


1,397 


1,243 


971 


1,603 


1,515 


1,322 


3 


acres 1954... 


2,486 


7,090 


23,189 


66,519 


11,129 


27,044 


38,565 


6,941 


13,526 


4 


1949 . . . 


3,067 


8,834 


27,280 


77,975 


12,189 


30,949 


37,640 


9,130 


18,239 


5 




768 


1,009 


1,808 


1,165 


1,072 


665 


1,266 


1,360 


702 


6 


1949... 


653 


1,249 


2,136 


1,390 


1,229 


968 


1,586 


1,513 


1,243 


7 


acres 1954... 


2,347 


6,702 


22,812 


64,6% 


10,081 


25,107 


37,336 


6,912 


9,959 


8 


1949 . . . 


3,011 


8,601 


27,056 


76,641 


11,644 


29,457 


36,840 


9,052 


15,908 


• 


bushels 1954... 


66,933 


280,227 


689,304 


2,324,024 


373,284 


695,349 


1,103,963 


209,344 


244,569 


10 


1949 . . . 


74,171 


337,757 


893,485 


2,933,980 


490,831 


1,003,801 


988,946 


264,951 


669,146 


11 




5 


32 


33 


37 


101 


63 


29 


7 


123 


12 


1949... 


3 


13 


16 


2 


42 


7 


25 


1 


115 


13 


acres 1954... 


68 


302 


234 


888 


881 


1,087 


729 


27 


2,378 


14 


1949... 


28 


90 


62 


105 


408 


60 


403 


9 


1,413 


15 


tons, green weight 1954. . . 


547 


2,977 


2,168 


7,020 


7,712 


'. 88 


7,630 


176 


14,496 


16 

17 


1949... 
Hogged or grazed, or cut for green or 


280 
30 


904 

15 


668 
13 


375 
45 


2,881 
23 


596 
75 


3,080 
37 


90 
1 


12,786 
150 


18 


1949 . . . 


16 


5 


26 


77 


18 


32 


52 


5 


115 


19 


acres 1954... 


71 


86 


143 


935 


167 


850 


500 


2 


1,189 


20 


1949... 


28 


143 


162 


1,229 


137 


1,432 


397 


69 


918 


21 




58 


162 


377 


557 


236 


282 


603 


122 


136 


22 


1949 . . . 


20 


40 


180 


576 


87 


87 


335 


28 


162 


23 


bushels 1954... 


8,465 


51,374 


142,466 


1,064,633 


62,048 


202,846 


382,082 


26,561 


52,022 


24 


1949... 
SorcboBS: 

Sorghum for all purposes except for 


1,611 


8,142 


34,306 


1,215,678 


22,906 


223,850 


149,971 


2,799 


98,711 


."' 


4 


52 


526 


16 


410 


30 


23 


90 


54 


-'< 


1949... 


3 


26 


182 


1 


324 


9 


8 


67 


40 


."; 


acres 1954... 


18 


84 


975 


381 


587 


308 


110 


122 


175 


28 
29 

30 


1949... 

Harvested for grain or for 

1949... 


^ 


42 

1 
3 


271 
32 
2 


9 

1 


412 
6 
9 


11 


13 
2 


87 
7 


82 
3 


31 
32 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3 


1 
3 


57 
2 


55 


9 

12 


97 


2 


7 


15 
3 


33 


bushels 1954... 


50 


10 


1,344 


400 


182 


2,075 




55 


380 


34 


1949... 




31 


27 




310 




20 




45 


35 






3 


103 


13 


* 


15 


* 




12 


36 


1949... 




1 


6 


1 


2 




2 




8 


37 


acres 1954 . . . 




6 


220 


322 


11 


171 


80 




72 


38 


1949... 




2 


28 


9 


11 




4 




46 


39 


tons, green weight 1954... 




72 


730 


3,642 


48 


980 


701 




532 


40 
41 


1949... 
Hogged or grazed, or cut for dry forage 


3 


15 
48 


312 
392 


80 
2 


58 
400 


11 


20 
19 


83 


405 
38 


42 


1949 . . . 


3 


22 


174 




313 


9 


6 


67 


29 


43 


acres 1954... 


15 


77 


698 


4 


567 


40 


30 


115 


88 


44 


1949 . . . 


4 


37 


241 




389 


11 


7 


87 


33 


45 


tons cut 1954... 


33 


196 


1,406 




1,283 


92 


30 


94 


75 


46 


1949... 




53 


834 




800 


15 


4 


110 


101 


47 














1 








48 


1949... 






12 




1 






3 




49 


bushels 1954... 












500 








50 


Sorghum hay or forage sold farms reporting 1954... 


1 


2 


1 




2 


1 






2 


51 


tons 1954... 


3 


4 


2 







8 






11 



KENTUCKY 



157 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 





Jessamine 


Johnson 


Kenton 


Knott 


Knox 


Larue 


« 


Lawrence 


lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Levis 


Lincoln 


Livingston 


Lo g an 






645 


1,197 


609 


1,583 


1,763 


930 


2,029 


1,129 


735 


909 


1,294 


1,1% 


1,491 


628 


2,101 


1 




708 


1,331 


649 


1,458 


2,156 


1,191 


2,410 


1,388 


826 


1,180 


1,273 


1,356 


1,819 


825 


2,511 


2 




6,955 


4,310 


4,097 


5,800 


8,915 


20,470 


9,121 


6,357 


3,932 


3,301 


4,104 


8,382 


16, 527 


23,400 


47,757 


3 




6,603 


5,908 


4,218 


6,906 


11,774 


23,007 


14,109 


8,966 


5,308 


5,609 


5,266 


10,317 


18,758 


27,285 


53,867 


4 




587 


1,188 


549 


1,583 


1,762 


918 


2,016 


1,129 


735 


857 


1,279 


1,195 


1,464 


571 


2,092 


5 




663 


1,325 


618 


1,456 


2,094 


1,183 


2,401 


1,384 


825 


1,179 


1,219 


1,270 


1,790 


821 


2,506 


6 




6,072 


4,272 


3,147 


5,800 


8,896 


18,960 


9,028 


6,236 


3,932 


3,129 


4,056 


8,367 


15,110 


20,216 


46,774 


7 




6,180 


5,882 


3,529 


6,888 


11,479 


22,485 


14,007 


8,872 


5,295 


5,602 


5,012 


9,779 


17,569 


26,131 


53,355 


8 




215,202 


127,270 


109,794 


152,440 


222,001 


470,396 


262,998 


211,370 


140,741 


75,088 


98,164 


362,555 


680,549 


485,534 


1,378,412 


9 




249,206 


158,853 


138,603 


173,372 


324,859 


869,645 


453,328 


260,329 


151,375 


119,712 


116,246 


372,588 


694,955 


852,155 


1,915,910 


10 




41 


2 


HO 




3 


92 


10 


12 




3 


1 


3 


128 


47 


39 


11 




14 


1 


82 




4 


37 




3 






1 


3 


93 


10 


8 


12 




603 


18 


874 




10 


1,291 


54 


116 




10 


15 


13 


1,261 


1,140 


688 


13 




234 


10 


600 




17 


298 




51 






20 


16 


954 


104 


88 


14 




5,275 


160 


7,275 




80 


8,770 


561 


1,305 




60 


100 


170 


13,023 


4,324 


5,626 


15 




2,523 


100 


5,764 




120 


2,632 




440 






100 


150 


9,38<. 


804 


833 


16 




43 


10 


20 




2 


19 


8 


1 




53 


17 


1 


24 


126 


35 


17 




24 


7 


18 


6 


77 


23 


18 


12 


2 


1 


63 


90 


33 


57 


40 


18 




280 


20 


76 




9 


219 


39 


5 




162 


33 


2 


156 


2,044 


295 


19 




189 


16 


89 


18 


278 


224 


102 


43 


13 


7 


234 


522 


235 


1,050 


424 


.it 




109 


79 


43 


104 


U7 


157 


115 


149 


132 


50 


25 


162 


416 


101 


1,001 


21 




47 


29 


34 


53 


156 


179 


102 


84 


85 


42 


22 


57 


157 


102 


745 


22 




37,844 


15,705 


14,822 


11,776 


29,955 


59,696 


22,877 


41,635 


39,700 


7,585 


4,415 


66,885 


142,778 


55,832 


426,597 


23 




15,440 


3,073 


6,498 


6,578 


16,964 


79,994 


12,501 


11,104 


9,852 


2,638 


2,484 


16,181 


39,423 


80,958 


323,643 


24 




54 


81 


22 




50 


115 


127 


56 


6 


9 


3 


13 


96 


218 


335 


25 




9 


11 


5 




30 


49 


81 


12 


11 


4 


2 


5 


38 


127 


145 


26 




89 


123 


35 




78 


184 


165 


110 


10 


7 


3 


32 


179 


566 


843 


27 




9 

3 


15 

2 
3 

90 
1 


8 

6 

110 

2 




37 
1 

2 

90 


91 
3 
2 

56 

55 
3 


108 
2 

11 

160 

8 


20 
1 

3 

30 


14 
3 




2 


21 
2 


45 

46 
8 


304 

3 

4 

70 
57 
5 


198 
10 

197 

3,697 

7 


28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
.<• 




31 


3 


3 






3 


12 




5 






17 
18 


45 


186 
56 


39 


38 




267 


30 


19 






13 


85 




25 






215 
125 


338 


1,169 
360 


293 


39 
40 




52 


81 


15 




49 


109 


117 


55 


3 


9 


3 


9 


84 


161 


318 


41 




9 


8 


5 




30 


47 


81 


12 


11 


4 


2 


3 


38 


119 


145 


42 




58 


123 


26 




76 


177 


142 


107 


5 


7 


3 


15 


130 


380 


607 


43 




9 


9 


8 




37 


87 


108 


20 


14 


4 


2 


3 


45 


244 


198 


44 




150 


148 


27 




107 


224 


282 


161 


6 


3 


3 


27 


222 


683 


688 


45 




5 


14 


17 




49 
1 


260 


95 


22 


19 




7 


8 


64 


468 


286 


46 
47 






3 






3 
90 


2 




1 


1 










1 


1 


46 
49 




2 


1 






5 


1 




3 








1 


8 


19 


2 


50 




9 


12 






8 


1 




6 








10 


30 


196 


* 


51 



158 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 1 of 6) —SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Lyon 


McCracken 


McCreary 


McLean 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 


Marshall 


Martin 


1 


Cora: 

Corn for all purposes . . 




556 


844 


556 


880 


1,733 


1,396 


1,163 


1,184 


724 


2 




1949... 


682 


1,225 


782 


1,072 


1,980 


1,633 


1,420 


1,548 


781 


1 




acres 1954... 


15,989 


15,632 


2,045 


27,390 


18,577 


6,895 


16,684 


23,503 


2,490 


.. 




1949... 


17,478 


24,249 


3,258 


27,322 


19,626 


9,723 


21,381 


26,624 


3,049 


5 


Harvested for grain. 




551 


794 


542 


877 


1,649 


1,352 


1,055 


1,167 


724 


I 




1949... 


672 


1,170 


772 


1,068 


1,959 


1,627 


1,411 


1,537 


718 


7 




acres 1954 . . . 


15,379 


14,634 


1,963 


26,846 


17,230 


6,656 


14,243 


22,899 


2,463 


8 




1949. . . 


17,150 


23,134 


3,206 


26,956 


19,138 


9,677 


20,880 


26,164 


2,769 


9 




bushels 1954... 


376,854 


286,554 


40,833 


983,243 


682,317 


230,125 


409,924 


481,720 


48,748 


11 




1949... 


548,647 


605,207 


90,652 


794,013 


813.575 


248,986 


897,335 


607,789 


63,862 


11 






20 


19 


3 


23 


12 




144 


20 




12 




1949... 


1 


11 


1 


7 


19 




24 


4 




13 




acres 1954... 


344 


281 


40 


389 


159 




1,869 


260 




U 




1949... 


20 


77 


4 


156 


249 




IX 


10 




15 




tons, green weight 1954... 


i . >se 


1,685 


295 


3,224 


1,492 




12,250 


1,147 




16 
17 


Hogged or grazed, or 


1949... 


90 
18 


909 

75 


40 
13 


1,336 
13 


3,104 
96 


46 


1,413 
61 


72 
43 


6 


18 




1949 . . . 


36 


114 


19 


29 


26 


10 


31 


59 


64 


19 




acres 1954... 


266 


717 


42 


155 


1,188 


239 


572 


344 


27 


20 




1949... 


308 


1,038 


48 


210 


239 


46 


367 


450 


280 


21 






133 


133 


23 


512 


460 


156 


143 


361 


40 


22 




1949... 


122 


280 


16 


295 


127 


51 


211 


248 


4 


23 




bushels 1954... 


70,493 


' ,43] 


3,095 


358,254 


175,448 




59,191 


160,152 


3,894 


24 




1949... 


71,189 


117,087 


1,582 


104,193 


26,009 


6,595 


62,331 


66,660 


257 


25 


Sorghna*: 

Sorghum for all purpose 


except for 


45 


84 


14 


8 


482 


102 


136 


120 


15 


26 




1949... 


20 


75 


7 




241 


10 


59 


77 


3 


27 




acres 1954... 


78 


248 


14 


30 


1,038 


144 


241 


196 


20 


. I 




1949... 


32 


124 


9 




388 


12 


98 


108 


4 


29 


Harvested for grain 


jr far 




2 


1 


1 


45 


5 


1 


3 


9 


30 




1949... 


1 


3 


1 




14 




8 


15 


1 


31 




acres 1954... 




7 


1 


1 


90 


7 


2 


7 


11 


12 




1949... 


4 


11 


2 




20 




15 


21 


2 


33 




bushels 1954... 




70 


12 


20 


2,225 


148 


25 


145 


139 


34 




1949... 


100 


100 


60 




520 




365 


330 


25 


35 








18 




4 


18 




24 


3 




36 




1949... 




4 






8 




16 






37 




acres 1954... 




95 




26 


105 




66 


19 




S8 




1949... 




16 






33 




41 






39 




tons, green weight 1954... 




265 




194 


758 




346 


90 




40 

41 


Hogged or grazed, or 


1949... 
cut for dry forage 


45 


90 
65 


13 


3 


419 
419 


97 


349 

111 


114 


6 


42 




1949... 


19 


68 


6 




223 


10 


35 


62 


2 


43 




acres 1954... 


78 


146 


13 


3 


843 


137 


173 


170 


9 


44 




1949 . . . 


28 


97 


7 




335 


.12 


42 


87 


2 


45 




tons cut 1954... 


36 


116 


44 




1,512 


172 


124 


170 


4 


46 




1949... 


38 


134 


2 




589 


16 


51 


94 


1 


47 




















1 




48 




1949... 




5 






1 


1 


1 


3 




49 




bushels 1954... 
















15 




50 


Sorghum hay or forage s 








3 




16 






2 




51 




tons 1954... 






14 




123 






2 





KENTUCKY 



159 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Mason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


:-]ontgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Owsley 




1,006 


749 


545 


959 


1,455 


1,459 


762 


1,593 


1,253 


1,108 


704 


1,787 


442 


1,041 


841 


1 


1,129 


897 


601 


1,079 


1,658 


1,781 


839 


1,844 


1,577 


1,352 


308 


2,237 


561 


1,235 


1,093 


. 


9,966 


15,105 


2,752 


10,470 


19,055 


23,523 


6,217 


9,065 


29,565 


22,908 


4,2ffi 


38,655 


10,686 


6,750 


4,699 


J 


11,382 


17,752 


3,628 


11,021 


22,595 


26,446 


6,476 


11,877 


26,456 


26,084 


6,332 


35,830 


10,698 


7,610 


6,787 


-. 


994 


742 


545 


873 




1,437 


739 


1,590 


1,251 


1,073 


687 


1,745 


410 


1,022 


840 




1,110 


396 


600 


1,056 


1,653 


1,763 


816 


1,843 


1,550 


1,342 


898 


2,234 


534 


... 


1,093 


1 


9,624 


14, 311 


2,745 


8,353 


18,890 


22,809 


5,681 


9,022 


29,072 


20,844 


4,035 


37,859 


',997 


6,479 


4,688 


• 


11,027 


17,368 


3,615 


10,535 


22,428 


25,439 


5,918 


11,819 


26,022 


25,021 


6,108 


35,717 


8,796 


7,465 


6,781 


S 


437,702 


373,895 


96,124 


228,662 


585,735 


621,942 


218,971 


313,619 


817,005 


579,135 


153,753 


1,221,679 


279,340 


226,292 


154,040 


9 


586,239 


625,569 


119,002 


468,527 


693,494 


715,246 


247,368 


334,698 


568,354 


1,081,022 


236,038 


850,929 


409,740 


273,159 


197,900 


.i 


24 


38 


1 


139 


7 


5 


48 


4 


27 


100 


18 


9 


144 


26 


1 


11 


26 


7 




26 




5 


39 


2 


19 


54 


17 


2 


143 


14 




12 


182 


623 


5 


1,777 


69 


52 


535 


37 


463 


1,536 


191 


68 


2,157 


252 


8 


13 


185 


53 




337 




47 


496 


30 


185 


705 


137 


10 


1,628 


69 




14 


1,960 


3,964 


50 


10,931 


356 


332 


5,192 


180 


3,700 


10,300 


1,943 


565 


16,588 


1,521 


100 


15 


2,027 


490 




3,005 




195 


5,484 


290 


1,586 


6,505 


1,238 


100 


14,726 


652 




u 


15 


17 


1 


34 


8 


50 


1 


2 


4 


35 


11 


83 


30 


5 


2 


17 


22 


27 


5 


24 


17 


78 


10 


3 


37 


36 


13 


16 


27 


14 


1 


J." 


160 


171 


2 


340 


96 


662 


1 


6 


30 


528 


59 


728 


532 


19 


3 


19 


170 


331 


13 


149 


167 


960 


62 


28 


249 


358 


87 


103 


274 


76 


6 


20 


221 


138 


66 


119 


513 


323 


163 


313 


600 


143 


83 


891 


68 


131 


162 


21 


54 


125 


38 


77 


432 


197 


55 


41 


290 


154 


29 


287 


40 


45 


36 


22 


82,443 


65,411 


17,485 


38,195 


184,523 


110,980 


48,507 


68,203 


292,334 


68,467 


23,500 


504,146 


30,956 


44,656 


37,580 


23 


14,570 


32,542 


3,208 


25,978 


106,698 


41,609 


13,849 


14,017 


63.621 


76,866 


9,147 


90,426 


17,838 


16,543 


4,246 


24 


26 


88 


47 


321 


280 


585 


9 


121 


100 


166 


36 


189 


55 


580 


16 


-■' 


6 


54 


14 


220 


140 


326 


7 


19 


52 


127 


4 


43 


64 


423 


11 


21 


77 


172 


K 


462 


546 


1,187 


IS 


206 


218 


285 


59 


323 


111 


895 


17 


27 


6 


66 


29 


359 


204 


466 


10 


32 


108 


201 


4 


66 


128 


607 


11 


28 




1 
3 


2 
5 


2 
2 


6 
25 


65 
5 

127 
5 


1 
1 


7 
13 


4 
1 
8 

1 


20 
8 
29 
18 


2 


14 
56 


2 
5 


41 
56 


1 
1 
1 
1 


29 
30 
31 
32 




45 






425 


1,093 


15 


317 


258 


335 


30 


1,696 


36 




15 


33 






105 


50 




45 






25 


182 








, 


15 


34 


9 


7 


2 


9 
6 


30 


13 
1 




1 


6 
7 


12 
6 


6 


9 


6 
5 


6 
6 




35 

II 


33 


18 


4 


55 
65 


85 


55 

15 




3 


26 
45 


34 
22 




22 


34 
35 


18 
11 




17 

18 


457 


83 


13 


490 


317 


665 






154 


343 


86 


90 


108 


212 




39 








555 




52 




9 


308 


123 






261 


102 




..( 


17 


80 


45 


312 


245 


507 


8 


114 


90 


134 


29 


168 


47 


574 


15 


41 


6 


54 


12 


215 


1A0 


320 


7 


18 


44 


113 


4 


43 


59 


377 


10 


42 


44 


151 


92 


407 


436 


1,005 


14 


193 


184 


222 


44 


245 


72 


877 


16 


43 


6 


66 


24 


292 


204 


446 


10 


29 


62 


161 


4 


66 


93 


540 


10 


44 


34 


117 


174 


1,011 


616 


1,661 


19 


313 


186 


366 


120 


403 


217 


1,751 


27 


45 


3 
1 


119 
1 


24 
2 


291 


299 

1 

5 

200 


520 
3 


12 


39 
2 

214 


110 


418 
1 


8 


111 
2 
1 

635 


137 
1 


1,626 


3 
1 


47 
48 
49 




'• 


2 


1 




2 




5 




2 


1 


2 




' 


1 


50 




10 


9 


1 




7 




11 




5 


10 


7 




33 


1 


51 



160 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 1 of 6) -SPECIFIED CROPS 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 


Powell 


Pulaski 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 


Rowan 


Russell 


Scott 


1 


Con: 

Corn for all purposes . . 




1,014 


1,236 


3,033 


406 


2,902 


377 


1,130 


580 


1,273 


746 


2 




1949... 


1,194 


1,395 


2,544 


448 


3,437 


372 


1,351 


914 


1,490 


870 


3 




acres 1954... 


7,521 


4,277 


9,469 


4,691 


27,304 


1,742 


8,712 


5,051 


13,625 


6,778 


4 




1949... 


9,026 


6,177 


9,212 


5,012 


35,024 


2,264 


11,424 


6,998 


16,306 


7,516 


5 


Harvested for grain. 




947 


1,232 


2,946 


404 


2,852 


377 


1,128 


579 


1,269 


713 


' 




1949... 


1,135 


1,387 


2,488 


448 


3,426 


372 


1,350 


854 


1,486 


841 


7 




acres 1954... 


5,924 


4,268 


9,194 


4,544 


26,395 


1,738 


8,663 


5,037 


13,472 


5,845 


8 




1949 . . . 


7,526 


6,070 


8,831 


4,880 


34,675 


2,252 


11,360 


6,608 


16,233 


6,890 


9 




bushels 1954 .. . 


196,640 


107,218 


250,175 


179,287 


782,302 


64,993 


346,671 


199,678 


418,964 


220,921 


10 




1949... 


307,337 


136,266 


235,191 


152,032 


1,145,603 


98,767 


379,318 


216,542 


435,988 


318,640 


11 






208 


- 




10 


88 




8 


2 


6 


39 


12 




1949... 


212 


14 




6 


25 




1 




4 


17 


13 




acres 1954... 


1,555 


8 




147 


822 




43 


11 


105 


682 


1, 




1949... 


1,430 


25 




120 


216 




6 




28 


208 


15 




tons, green weight 1954... 


12,349 


92 




1,311 


6,697 




408 


130 


640 


6,400 


16 




1949... 


12,135 


130 




832 


2,025 




70 




135 


2,166 


L7 


Hogged or grazed, or 


cut for green or 


13 


1 


116 




20 


2 


1 


1 


5 


19 


18 




1949... 


19 


20 


88 


2 


19 


5 


11 


67 


9 


44 


19 




acres 1954... 


42 


1 


275 




87 


4 


6 


3 


48 


251 


20 




1949 . . . 


70 


82 


381 


12 


133 


12 


58 


390 


45 


418 


a 


Corn sold 




68 
98 


49 
45 


230 
90 


135 

50 


511 


57 
20 


272 

114 


126 

77 


279 
142 


131 
65 


22 




1949 . . . 


23 




bushels 1954 .. . 


21,569 


10,065 


36,875 


64,488 


143,642 


14,693 


73,428 


52,890 


96,647 


43,254 


24 

25 


Sorgbua: 

Sorghum for all purpose 


1949... 
s except for 


21,334 
61 


4,774 
8 


. a 

35 


21,748 

10 


105,007 
360 


2,074 
5 


19,133 

67 


17,064 
13 


25,117 
81 


12,127 
54 


2( 




1949... 


47 


2 


9 


6 


251 


3 


23 


13 


14 


20 


27 




acres 1954... 


93 


9 


41 


20 


617 


6 


78 


23 


104 


176 


28 




1949 . . . 


58 


3 


13 


20 


395 


4 


26 


18 


15 


35 


29 


Harvested for grain 


or for 


1 


2 


16 


5 


1 




20 


6 


4 


1 


30 




1949... 




2 










2 


2 




3 


31 




acres 1954... 


1 


2 


18 


7 


1 




24 


13 


* 


10 


32 




1949. . . 




3 










* 


3 




3 


33 




bushels 1954... 


15 


31 


237 


30 


10 




225 


247 


36 


140 


34 




1949... 




28 










42 


66 




35 


35 






1 






3 


41 










10 


36 




1949... 


2 








2 










3 


37 




acres 1954... 


1 






8 


143 










97 


38 




1949... 


4 








8 










4 


39 




tons, green weight 1954... 


10 






82 


882 










930 


40 

41 


Hogged or grazed, 01 


1949... 
cut for dry forage 


26 
59 


6 


19 


2 


125 

318 


5 


47 


7 


77 


22 

43 


42 




1949... 


45 




9 


6 


249 


3 


21 


11 


14 


14 


43 




acres 1954... 


91 


7 


23 


5 


473 


6 


54 


10 


100 


69 


44 




1949. . . 


54 




13 


20 


387 


4 


22 


15 


15 


28 


45 




tons cut 1954 . . . 


399 


3 


26 






1,174 


9 


90 


15 


191 


143 


46 




1949... 


151 




14 






862 


6 


23 


26 
1 


35 


30 


48 




1949 . . . 






1 






2 






1 






49 




bushels 1954... 


















27 






50 


Sorghum hay or forage sold farms reporting 1954... 


2 




2 






14 












51 




tons 1954... 


11 


... 


3 






51 








... 





KENTUCKY 



161 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Shelby 


Si^son 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




1,491 


1,154 


693 




1,260 


944 


663 


656 


2,144 


1,308 


1,234 


1,049 


1,370 


759 


352 


1 


1,563 


1,250 


781 


1,454 


1,441 


1,018 


698 


729 


2,627 


1,471 


1,583 


1,247 


2,025 


1,039 


477 


2 


20,585 


26,693 


11,226 


19,197 


35,942 


28,951 


6,368 


42,488 


46,327 


] 4,495 


13,57" 


35,484 


7,338 


4,795 


4,048 


3 


19,529 


28,202 


10,884 


20,349 


40,736 


32,605 


6,143 


45,341 


50,195 


14,344 


18,577 


37,772 


11,992 


7,120 


4,846 


4 


1,235 


1,146 


677 


1,286 


1,251 


940 


642 


652 


2,098 


1,244 


1,152 


1,042 


1,352 


758 


263 


5 


1,363 


1,250 


770 


1,450 


1,440 


1,018 


685 


727 


2,604 


1,460 


1,574 


1,242 


2,022 


1,038 


447 


6 


13,555 


26,280 


9,604 


18,439 


35,246 


28,455 


6,163 


41,812 


44,593 


12,996 


12,419 


35,147 


7,265 


4,775 


2,432 


7 


15,833 


27,991 


10,260 


20,138 


40,516 


32,324 


5,891 


44,568 


49,350 


14,036 


18,353 


37,323 


11,906 


7,120 


4,229 


8 


359,836 


690,212 


320,823 


636,598 


1,115,974 


795,307 


159,651 


1,721,769 


1,146,223 


326,212 


372,255 


1,126,953 


166,785 


158,978 


78,176 


9 


665,098 


1,098,211 


413,545 


729,681 


1,398,165 


1,031,139 


235,575 


1,912,689 


1,636,291 


601,107 


620,822 


1,113,383 


313,389 


201,368 


193,958 


10 


436 


22 


108 


61 


22 


18 


11 


39 


50 


110 


)8 


6 


1 


1 


66 


11 


247 


1 


44 


16 




2 


7 


9 


22 


31 


5 


1 






37 


12 


6,212 


265 


1,576 


708 


306 


246 


88 


515 


1,024 


1,064 


186 


78 


5 


6 


1,222 


13 


2,439 


12 


577 


139 




18 


54 


137 


260 


223 


42 


8 






464 


14 


41,972 


1,762 


11,404 


6,280 


3,261 


1,793 


629 


4,666 


6,352 


7,948 


1,658 


380 


35 


60 


11,460 


15 


23,353 


125 


5,391 


1,378 




156 


605 


1,167 


1,885 


2,474 


345 


70 






3,964 


16 


115 


18 


9 


7 


23 


22 


23 


19 


64 


45 


105 


27 


23 


3 


47 


17 


186 


25 


9 


18 


24 


19 


43 


59 


80 


17 


31 


60 


27 




22 


18 


918 


148 


46 


50 


390 


250 


117 


161 


710 


435 


972 


259 


68 


14 


394 


19 


1,257 


199 


47 


72 


220 


263 


198 


636 


585 


85 


182 


441 


86 




153 


20 


262 


407 


91 


287 


881 


413 


64 


296 


523 


128 


170 


529 


112 


148 


35 


21 


43 


354 


38 


152 


578 


238 


82 


353 


373 


187 


116 


358 


146 


26 


37 


22 


69,903 


155,834 


58,996 


139,411 


583,453 


239,896 


21,820 


618,182 


232,829 


46,680 


54,547 


387,003 


19,507 


35,853 


11,949 


23 


7,487 


164,230 


14,357 


36,863 


352,271 


141,908 


17,170 


671,649 


149,644 


53,549 


26,534 


214,583 


13,890 


4,367 


11,344 


24 


250 


153 


159 


116 


104 


70 


250 


9 


315 


642 


96 


19 


49 


94 


14 


25 


152 


37 


118 


18 


21 


.'.. 


228 


1 


173 


459 


13 


5 


22 


4 


4 


21 


412 


893 


238 


193 


233 


136 


414 


123 


816 


1,027 


140 


56 


92 


178 


53 


27 


206 


60 


166 


22 


24 


29 


301 


6 


277 


603 


22 


19 


34 


7 


20 


28 


2 


66 
6 




1 


6 


3 


6 
3 


3 


12 
10 


5 

12 


2 


1 


9 
2 


2 




30 


2 


621 
12 


7 


3 


23 




7 
3 


33 


85 
21 


8 
23 


* 


7 


13 
2 


11 




32 


30 


16,240 




30 


322 




77 


1,102 


2,140 


151 


104 


150 


303 


183 




.'J 




100 


59 






39 


34 




450 


600 






20 


153 




34 


34 
2 


27 
3 


5 
2 


2 


12 


5 


1 


4 


30 

2 


55 
9 


4 


4 
2 






4 


36 


104 


167 


16 


13 


48 


23 


2 


53 


269 


94 


12 


23 






29 


37 


6 


7 


2 












17 


14 




11 








38 


478 


1,028 


84 


102 


254 


85 


15 


380 


1,791 


535 


78 


142 






145 


39 


26 


38 


15 












90 


70 




75 








40 


214 


65 


154 


113 


86 


65 


243 


2 


273 


582 


90 


14 


41 


87 


10 


•'. 1 


150 


28 


112 


18 


21 


21 


228 


1 


162 


440 


13 


3 


21 


2 


4 


■'..' 


306 


105 


222 


177 


162 


113 


405 


37 


462 


925 


124 


26 


79 


167 


24 


.. i 


200 


41 


157 


22 


24 


25 


298 


6 


239 


566 


22 


8 


32 


3 


20 


.... 


848 


213 


381 


428 


163 


124 


717 




841 


2,045 


278 


28 


118 


279 


31 


45 


516 


! 


188 


52 


25 


31 


489 


10 


411 


1,230 


52 


6 


51 




15 


46 






1 




2 


8 




1 


3 






1 






48 




1,210 






42 






102 


200 






1UU 








49 


8 


1 


2 


1 






1 




1 


8 


4 




1 






50 


45 


1 


6 


6 






3 




7 


54 


9 




30 






53 



162 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 2 of 6) .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 




S«all grain*: 


























1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 






























952 


6 


20 


3 


3 


19 




13 




1 








1949... 


879 


3 


41 




6 


20 




7 








1 




acres 1954... 


10,012 


40 


222 


18 


47 


168 




64 




25 




23 




1949... 


11,616 


31 


■>.. 


52 


55 


254 












4 


: 


bushels 1954... 


255,601 


1,108 


4,622 


375 


810 


3,573 




1,167 




250 




427 


t 


1949... 


203,515 


398 


6,592 


832 


950 


4,523 




635 








60 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 


29,628 


10 


90 




80 






90 








168 


8 


1949... 


55,928 


340 


460 


280 


100 


740 




343 










■ 


Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


16,318 


161 


237 


78 


73 


236 




112 




1 




141 


: ) 


1949... 


17,725 


206 


310 


106 


58 


283 




150 








164 


,i 


acres 1954... 


209,455 


1,566 


2,409 


488 


1,126 


2,405 




1,094 




12 




1,292 


,. 


1949... 


268,581 


2,244 


2,919 


855 


956 


2,985 




1,844 








1,699 


u 


bushels 1954... 


5,160,623 


30,325 


40,083 


•/ 


26,371 


46,865 




24,158 




50 




32,567 


u 


1949... 


4,490,750 


37,268 


39,119 


12,991 


13,729 


43,654 




37,810 








31 ,071 


15 


bushels sold 1954... 


4,219,740 


16,466 


20,482 


5,866 


21,477 


30,482 




17,092 








22,450 


16 


1949. . . 


2,988,115 


18,141 


11,547 


4,606 


10,045 


13,905 




25,656 








14,483 


7 




8,506 


156 


248 


9 


97 


322 




17 




8 




32 


18 


1949... 


5,278 


112 


227 


6 


51 


275 












28 


L9 


acres 1954... 


92,308 


1,361 


2,602 


36 


1,406 


3,023 




163 




51 




362 


.:.. 


1949... 


56,499 


998 


2,417 


35 


667 


2,681 












258 


.'J 


bushels 1954 .. . 


3,259,087 


38,569 


71 ,357 


993 


54,119 


101,978 




4,405 




1,070 




11,097 


."'.■ 


1949... 


1,273,321 


20,292 


42,501 




14,870 


59,741 












4,072 


'< 


bushels sold 1954 .. . 


450,633 


3,105 


8,119 




6,771 


9,342 




1,680 








2,562 


24 


1949... 


130,181 


1,456 


4,882 




1,802 


5,189 












310 


." 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


6,786 


29 


70 


17 


19 


130 




10 








12 


... 


1949... 


5,512 


48 


74 


43 


3 


144 




14 








1 


27 


acres 1954... 


99,499 


281 


859 


131 


315 


1,369 




51 








169 


28 


1949... 


68,649 


461 


634 


393 


42 


1,546 




155 








5 


29 


bushels 1954... 


3,150,089 


7,163 


17,558 


3,713 


10,340 


35,055 




1,325 








4,760 


... 


1949... 


1,640,934 


6,911 


11,662 


9,489 


580 


31,386 




4,691 








75 


31 


bushels sold 1954... 


588,057 


1,370 


2,695 


285 


1,140 


2,152 




200 








415 


32 


1949... 


217,506 


1,099 


1,944 


800 




2,274 




791 








12 


33 




3,692 


5 


19 


10 


23 


49 




38 








12 


34 


1949... 


2,528 


7 


44 


22 


6 


34 




28 








6 


3; 


acres 1954... 


40,702 


21 


76 


77 


240 


386 




341 








65 


36 


1949... 


24,973 


17 


211 


152 


49 


292 




187 








31 


37 


bushels 1954... 


718,754 


180 


1,153 


1,211 


4,000 


5,999 




6,789 








1,156 


.8 


1949... 


338,801 


184 


2,127 


1,735 


579 


4,093 




2,126 








381 


39 


bushels sold 1954... 


435,567 


25 


462 


531 


1,322 


3,126 




3,125 








170 


40 


1949... 


144,829 




377 


625 


108 


1,718 




798 








125 


41 


Other grain threshed or 


65 




3 






5 














42 


1949... 


63 




1 




1 


2 














43 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


682 
527 




32 

5 




15 


40 
28 




2 










45 


bushels 1954... 


11,161 




515 






343 




30 










46 


1949. . . 


9,592 




;.". 




75 


310 














47 


bushels sold 1954... 


915 




100 






24 




10 










48 


1949... 


3,253 




125 




75 


240 
















Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Christian 


Clark 


Clay 


Clinton 


Crittenden 


Cumberland 


Daviess 


Edmonson 


Elliott 


Estill 




Snail grain* : 






























1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 


20 




























2 


1949. . . 


19 


7 








4 




2 




2 


6 








3 


acres 1954... 


326 


46 




8 




48 


41 




32 


52 


37 






4 


1949 . . . 


429 


43 








131 




•5 




11 


109 






6 


5 


bushels 1954... 


7,112 


970 




120 




915 


1,225 




417 


1,362 


532 






6 


1949... 


7,625 


881 








2,165 


2,055 




208 


1,610 






240 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 


2,542 


200 


















135 








8 


1949... 


2,094 


380 








1,300 


1,100 






890 








9 


Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


612 


100 




3 




81 


112 




31 


369 


67 


2 


5 


10 


1949... 


525 


122 




15 




85 




54 




10 


232 


63 


11 


9 


11 


acres 1954... 


14,816 


689 




28 




791 


1,567 




281 


6,118 


705 


11 


10 


12 


1949... 


19,438 


1,429 




70 




1,019 


977 




77 


4,272 


932 


63 


52 


13 


bushels 1954 .. . 


376,499 


17,635 




190 




15,761 


34,426 




3,693 


185,730 


15,359 


212 


238 


14 


1949... 


251,429 


30,087 




815 




14; 796 


13,223 




993 


75,567 


11,508 


902 


1,025 


15 


bushels sold 1954 .. . 


349,493 


12,831 








9,553 


27,916 




1,157 


169,557 


10,469 


150 




16 


1949... 


214,297 


18,433 




42 




3,797 


9,121 




129 


53,631 


6,175 


175 


445 


17 




180 


21 




12 




84 


40 




12 


90 


40 


13 


5 


18 


1949... 


75 


3 




1 




64 




14 




2 


31 


10 




7 


19 


acres 1954... 


2,101 


261 




59 




780 


423 




117 


978 


363 


49 


21 


20 


1949 . . . 


998 


11 




3 




617 


156 




22 


346 


123 




21 


21 


bushels 1954... 


74,918 


10,508 




800 




21,003 


15,653 




2,434 


38,399 


12,489 


782 


400 


22 


1949 . . . 


21,006 


620 




15 




12,559 


2,425 




260 


8,962 


2,048 




274 


23 


bushels sold 1954... 


11,058 


1,740 








1,946 


2,802 






7,724 


1,114 






24 


1949... 


1,305 


150 








672 


40 






1,010 


25 






25 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


428 


45 








67 


40 




10 


66 


37 




1 


26 


1949... 


238 


72 








22 




16 






54 


42 




1 


27 


acres 1954... 


9,439 


530 








590 


601 




100 


1,080 


487 




15 


28 


1949... 


4,171 


1,061 








209 


178 






617 


474 




8 


29 


bushels 1954... 


285,399 


19,285 








14,523 


14,370 




2,045 


43,029 


11,716 




500 


JO 


1949... 


80,357 


30,540 








3,782 


2,404 






13,534 


7,405 




100 


31 


bushels sold 1954... 


66,521 


3,666 








990 


1,514 




188 


7,780 


3,163 






32 


1949... 


14,581 


7,895 








730 


295 






1,589 


730 






33 




124 


37 




8 




8 


12 




12 


164 


10 




1 


34 


1949... 


45 


23 








13 




6 






95 


4 




3 


35 


acres 1954... 


1,537 


631 




42 




58 


173 




61 


2,265 


62 






36 


1949... 


568 


251 








120 


75 




22 


1,095 


21 


2 


9 


37 


bushels 1954... 


26,549 


11,576 




290 




505 


2,599 




855 


49,184 


1,029 




40 


38 


1949... 


6,027 


4,741 








1,742 


1,046 




210 


16,417 


331 


50 


88 


39 


bushels sold 1954... 


17,540 


7,967 








30 


1,336 




210 


37,070 


520 






40 


1949. . . 


2,786 


2,821 








505 


520 




40 


6,551 


185 


35 


10 


41 


Other grain threshed or 


1 


1 




















1 






42 


1949... 




























1 






43 


acres 1954... 


16 


3 






























44 


1949... 












30 
















8 






45 


bushels 1954... 


448 


60 
























8 






46 


1949... 












1,200 
















20 






47 


bushels sold 1954... 




























e 






.,3 


1949 . . . 



































KENTUCKY 



163 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 


Campbell 


Carlisle 


Carroll 


Carter 


Casey 






14 


1 


8 


4 


1 


9 




4 




28 


5 


3 




3 


24 


1 




21 


3 


5 


3 




7 


2 


9 


3 


44 


19 


2 


1 




33 


2 




150 


28 


160 


18 


8 


84 


96 


79 




200 


41 


22 


38 


29 


179 


3 




373 


9 


82 


13 




85 


9 


241 


17 


324 


123 


11 


2 




302 


4 






1 120 


4,334 


308 


240 


1,763 


3,610 


1,600 




4,139 


793 


254 


1,070 


557 


3,482 


5 




8^461 


390 


2,055 


285 




1,390 


150 


3,289 


360 


5,082 


2,638 


280 


22 




5,961 


6 




1,555 










334 








375 




40 






175 


7 




2,091 




1,160 


162 




230 




1,465 


20 


2,031 


280 








660 


8 




294 


7 


133 


190 


3 


336 


91 


87 


131 


522 


162 


67 


86 


17 


169 


9 




273 


11 


138 


342 


1 


323 


108 


66 


53 


504 


252 


40 


68 


36 


247 


10 




3,900 


120 


2,185 


1,128 


10 


4,617 


1,443 


812 


1,867 


4,496 


883 


757 


435 


147 


955 


11 




6,060 


115 


3,232 


2,150 


2 


6,693 


2,098 


772 


1,349 


3,916 


1,655 


664 


594 


233 


1,541 


12 




103,676 


3,168 


46,700 


30,122 


170 


122,502 


36,292 


16,350 


42,230 


110,731 


21,693 


15,528 


10,563 


2,931 


16,602 


13 




129,082 


2,749 


60,466 


50,166 


40 


99,445 


39,298 


9,389 


19,822 


56,598 


36,095 


8,652 


10,528 


4,256 


21,159 


14 




66,719 


1,400 


37,860 


19,125 




103,716 


29,685 


11,688 


36,981 


82,480 


10,033 


11,526 


4,257 


2,355 


5,979 


15 




96,932 


816 


45,427 


26,548 




67,510 


23,391 


5,292 


15,920 


27,343 


13,110 


5,160 


5,570 


2,252 


4,227 


16 




41 


12 


51 


11 


8 


109 


56 


49 


46 


275 


131 


46 


24 


34 


98 


17 




7 


10 


13 


5 




33 


23 


13 


10 


187 


62 


31 


3 


13 


82 


18 




537 


55 


730 


66 


36 


1,366 


762 


466 


608 


1,612 


614 


615 


142 


199 


791 


19 




101 


56 


171 


14 




235 


208 


143 


146 


942 


238 


425 


11 


51 


533 


JO 




23,378 


1,075 


30,020 


1,966 


705 


50,682 


25,319 


10,337 


19,712 


68,454 


21,201 


19,037 


4,948 


4,888 


21,698 


21 




2,945 


1,010 


2,810 


280 




4,677 


4,907 


2,399 


2,870 


26,254 


4,694 


10,210 


155 


871 


9,670 


22 




1,602 




4,540 


250 




3,162 


4,546 


2,632 


3,235 


16,470 


877 


5,190 


225 


200 


1,990 


.'J 




75 


18 


560 






240 


250 


215 


360 


3,760 


175 


3,156 






99 


24 




136 


1 


54 


6 




77 


62 


45 


82 


40 


33 


11 


14 




52 


J'' 




192 




57 






42 


37 


12 


32 


61 


42 




6 




62 


.'• 




1,870 




851 


29 




1,363 


718 


413 


1,481 


334 


125 


150 


85 




313 


2? 




2,978 


71 


897 


25 




456 


384 


134 


443 


392 


161 




76 




309 


28 




69,646 


150 


24,665 


750 




58,893 


22,567 


12,675 


55,981 


8,446 


4,306 


4,503 


2,440 




7,873 


29 




91,160 


1,720 


26,090 


690 




7,876 


9,386 


1,970 


10,161 


7,340 


4,196 




2,870 




5,714 


30 




10,620 




5,849 


38 




32,350 


4,665 


1,719 


3,540 


2,336 




665 






254 


31 




9,121 




2,610 






635 


1,031 


100 


1,018 


1,219 


106 




1,850 




387 


32 




59 


1 


96 


"7 


"i 


39 


14 


52 


21 


38 


7 


8 


27 




28 


33 




50 




44 


5 


1 


32 


12 


28 


4 


18 


5 


8 


7 


7 


25 


34 




885 


3 


1,383 


57 


1 


430 


207 


667 


231 


217 


13 


64 


136 




117 


35 




865 




699 


50 


2 


265 


81 


341 


17 


116 


12 


38 


76 


28 


103 


36 




17 394 


30 


22,999 


1,044 


15 


7,457 


3,223 


6,758 


3,466 


3,891 


201 


1,053 


3,396 




1,778 


37 




15,700 




10,528 


920 


50 


3,296 


723 


3,317 


122 


1,425 


222 


305 


1,250 


408 


1,836 


38 




12,493 




13,996 


726 




4,675 


2,272 


5,895 


2,436 


2,269 


25 


565 


1,488 




165 


Y) 




8,076 




5,330 


440 




1,126 


277 


1,408 


68 


1,081 


70 


166 


242 


61 


107 


40 




1 

1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


1 




2 

1 






1 


1 


1 


41 
42 




12 


20 








10 








16 








2 




.. 1 




5 








2 




13 


10 




10 






2 






44 




60 


360 








100 








106 








45 




4'' 




30 
60 








25 




260 


125 




110 






20 




58 


41. 

■.'.' 














... 






90 












48 




Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


Green 


Greenup 


Hancock 


Hardin 


Harlan 






7 


5 




6 


9 


1 


8 




19 


9 


12 


2 


7 


39 




1 








10 




1 


2 


6 


5 


10 


2 


2 


8 


10 


39 


1 


2 




122 


34 




58 


124 


10 


51 


11 


156 


88 


89 


19 


47 


671 




3 








b 


69 


15 


32 


40 


29 


86 




18 


88 


73 


813 


1 


.. 




4,598 


582 




1,383 


3,720 


229 


852 


290 


3,545 


2,815 


2,735 


350 


1,042 


22,500 




5 








310 


1,150 


375 


820 


559 


527 


1,665 


130 


180 


1,070 


889 


15,502 


50 


> 




615 


232 






1,615 


20 


15 




2,505 


320 


99 




125 


957 




7 










370 




600 


210 




650 


36 




715 


300 


2,295 




.'1 




~98 


192 


1 


80 


143 


35 


108 


161 


361 


277 


160 


20 


93 


298 




9 




109 


213 




100 


76 


44 


125 


243 


304 


261 


146 


53 


58 


267 


1 


n 




1,876 


1,629 


"2 


486 


2,409 


239 


1,289 


690 


4,303 


3,156 


1,465 


150 


1,316 


4,055 




a 




2,884 


2,153 




862 


2,138 


341 


1,620 


1,188 


3,997 


3,826 


1,616 


663 


1,147 


4,588 


15 


1. 




45,710 


38,729 


25 


12,361 


65,318 


5,721 


27,852 


15,698 


101,051 


72,989 


33,626 


2,702 


33,456 


99,608 




1 1 




65,025 


42,245 




17,942 


32,143 


4,643 


27,193 


23,505 


60,383 


53,176 


24,074 


10,614 


19,065 


66,190 


300 


14 




40,024 


28,411 




6,663 


59,365 


3,113 


20,381 


5,869 


86,191 


56,773 


20,797 


1,900 


27,612 


79,523 




13 




38,114 


28,336 




10,671 


27,212 


1,779 


17,403 


5,212 


43,265 


26,933 


10,595 


7,953 


10,163 


31,234 


270 







27 


20 


10 


12 


111 


6 


12 


13 


143 


103 


116 


17 


32 


385 


4 


17 




17 


7 


5 


5 


49 


3 


2 


2 


64 


38 


38 


14 


7 


279 


1 


in 




334 


101 


17 


68 


1,945 


55 


133 


62 


1,348 


982 


946 


178 


216 


5,770 


7 


L9 




238 


49 


6 


35 


691 


34 


3 


16 


525 


350 


269 


133 


51 


3,881 


1 


20 




15,656 


3,825 


300 


4,331 


72,717 


1,757 


3,938 


1,184 


46,176 


34,526 


30,492 


6,510 


10,261 


200,616 


60 


21 




7,929 


1,495 


145 


824 


15,252 


700 


119 


460 


10,681 


7,957 


6,063 


2,890 


720 


95,815 


4 


.'.' 




300 


1,070 




734 


11,288 


800 


1,235 




6,976 


7,132 


4,793 


1,908 


3,217 


28,343 


10 


23 






150 




144 


2,960 






60 


1,581 


632 


316 


250 


55 


6,148 




.'4 




135 


19 


1 


58 


37 


1 


57 




23 


110 


87 


3 


32 


254 




25 




213 


24 




118 


15 


1 


66 


7 


37 


37 


44 


2 


14 


152 




26 




2,609 


89 


5 


590 


573 


2 


636 


27 


209 


1,626 


742 


40 


382 


4,105 




27 




3,464 


204 




1,330 


173 


10 


1,011 


31 


215 


510 


353 


22 


81 


2,460 




28 




87,011 


3,884 


60 


20,650 


14,678 


30 


22,305 


824 


4,370 


46,212 


18,315 


1,360 


11,558 


117,762 




."i 




108,118 


4,766 




45,228 


2,683 


300 


25,683 


812 


3,254 


9,517 


6,352 


400 


1,990 


52,934 




10 




9,484 


380 




1,692 


3,810 




4,102 




520 


13,266 


965 




2,416 


23,414 




31 




21 ,936 


548 




7,520 


350 




2,240 


125 


325 


644 


508 




460 


3,852 




12 




62 


31 


3 


16 


7 


4 


65 


11 


78 


27 


40 


4 


•23 


72 


3 


33 




57 


25 




20 


1 


3 


56 


7 


49 


31 


21 




7 


67 


3 


14 




1,255 


244 


18 


184 


53 


14 


785 


47 


557 


220 


283 


28 


136 


895 


3 


>'■ 




810 


289 




153 


5 


11 


690 


30 


252 


288 


189 


19 


36 


782 


21 


16 




23,256 


4,927 


160 


3,672 


908 


323 


14,646 


853 


3,979 


4,627 


4,261 


633 


2,748 


16,511 


24 


37 




13,899 


4,406 




2,431 


40 


129 


9,461 


432 


2,573 


3,115 


2,133 


212 


595 


8,821 


359 


38 




16,986 


3,334 




1,071 


150 


50 


8,046 


429 


5,401 


3,620 


1,531 


464 


1,419 


10,502 




39 




6,497 
1 


2,426 
1 




788 
1 


40 




4,676 


240 

1 


1,092 


1,007 


539 




285 

1 
1 


3,751 
3 




40 

41 
42 




191 


8 




14 


















1 
10 


53 
33 




43 




3,500 


60 
30 




720 
20 








50 










25 
150 

75 


952 
505 
50 
175 




... 
41 
47 
46 



164 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 2 of 6) —SPECIFIED CROPS 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Harrison 


Hart 


Henderson 


Henry 


Hickman Hopkir 




Jackson 


Jefferson 


Jessamine 


Johnson 




S„I1 gr.i..: 






















1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 


























21 


3 






8 






10 


5 




2 


1949... 


8 


5 






5 


1 




8 




3 


3 


acres 1954... 


152 


16 


93 


8 


97 


1< 




108 


39 




4 


1949... 


53 


42 




97 


120 


3 


19 


110 


100 


7 


5 


bushels 1954... 


3,723 


450 


2,106 


172 


2,090 


■ 




2,778 


620 




6 


1949... 


720 


916 




900 


1,200 3, 


.3 


360 


3,757 


1,852 


ioi 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 


200 


100 


566 




270 


5 


... 


891 


135 




a 


1949... 


80 


10 




415 


10 ' 


2 


47 


790 


1,107 




9 


Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


264 


54 


149 


182 


169 


1 


25 


194 


104 


l 


LO 


1949... 


504 


31 


101 


221 


124 


3 


56 


250 


102 


2 


11 


acres 1954... 


2,079 


481 


3,188 


1,448 


3,126 4, 


2 


116 


2,578 


981 


3 


12 


1949... 


4,596 


331 


2,973 


2,415 


3,322 4, 


9 


267 


4,195 


1,503 


9 


13 


bushels 1954... 


48,406 


9,046 


80,945 


35,532 


85,758 94, 


3 


1,445 


74,112 


21,836 


30 


14 


1949... 


93,108 


5,140 




48,524 


52,993 59, 


■At 


3,680 


94,840 


29,685 


105 


15 


bushels sold 1954... 


31,976 


5,452 


71, 616 


22,928 


75,004 76, 


2 


J 18 


63,534 


16, 371 




L6 


1949... 


59,737 


1,426 


40,821 


31,947 


46,010 37, 


/ 


746 


68,683 


21,604 




L7 




14 


56 


58 


41 


70 


8 


27 


194 


14 


22 


18 


1949... 


6 


33 


26 


16 


35 


3 


30 


123 


6 


8 


19 


acres 1954... 


126 


478 


930 


385 


1,036 1, 


V 


143 


2,626 


207 


44 




1949... 


54 


306 


355 


183 


421 


3 


102 


1,342 


133 


.'< 


. ! 


bushels 1954... 


4,770 


16,936 


29,641 


14, 206 


45,674 58, 


r 


2,761 


105,866 


9,790 


739 




1949. . . 


1,278 


6,188 


11,465 


4,236 


9,855 12, 


'• 


1,516 


36,977 


2,160 


660 


23 


bushels sold 1954... 


126 


260 


7,631 


930 


8,705 6, 





85 


17, 587 


1,250 




24 


1949... 


175 


217 


1,020 


140 


994 


m 


... 


1,042 






25 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954 — 


38 


93 


33 


23 


25 


2< 


... 


152 


101 




26 


1949... 


70 


53 


12 


41 


12 


1 


3 


184 


198 




27 


acres 1954... 


447 


961 


820 


225 


537 


5 




2,560 


1,160 




28 


1949... 


874 


549 


110 


635 


191 


1 


21 


2,503 


2,592 




29 


bushels 1954... 


15,590 


26,963 


27,599 


8,089 


18,350 10, 


>7 


... 


96,538 


39,945 




30 


1949... 


28,294 


10,945 


2,165 


17,603 


3,165 3, 


S 


280 


71,604 


65,425 




31 


bushels sold 1954... 


1,519 


1,076 


1,224 


129 


2,850 


n 




22,106 


8,953 




32 


1949... 


2,309 


1,828 


250 


1,618 


580 


9 


50 


10,854 


7,797 




33 




37 


33 


87 


38 


8 


5 


1 


51 


82 




34 


1949... 


31 


15 


33 


28 


5 


2 


3 


34 


38 


2 


35 


acres 1954... 


312 


215 


1,218 


304 


110 




6 


437 


1,076 




36 


1949... 


284 


107 


304 


233 


35 


9 


L 6 


233 


497 




37 


bushels 1954... 


5,679 


3,491 


20,884 


4,311 


2,135 4, 


2 


1 60 


8,853 


18,731 




:.3 


1949... 


3,981 


1,336 


4,723 


3,452 


307 1, 


S 


50 


3,801 


7,898 


13 


39 


bushels sold 1954 .. . 


3,255 


942 


13,827 


2,012 


1,375 1, 


4 




4,795 


9,578 




40 


1949... 


1,060 


513 


2,073 


851 


100 


5 


) 


1,973 


3,576 




41 


Other grain threshed or 








1 










1 




42 


1949... 




1 




2 










1 




43 


acres 1954... 








5 










12 




.... 


1949... 




5 




15 










6 




, 


bushels 1954... 








129 










240 




46 


1949... 




120 




230 










150 




47 


bushels sold 1954... 






















48 


1949 . . . 




75 




















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


McLean 


Madison 


Magoffin 


Marion 


Marshall Marti 




Mason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 




Saall grains: 






















1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 






























1 


10 








6 




8 


2 


1949... 




7 






7 




7 


6 




9 


3 


acres 1954. . . 




28 


3 


SG 


51 




29 


95 




76 


4 


1949... 




55 




141 


86 




151 


182 




137 


5 


bushels 1954... 


1,203 


539 


45 


2,150 


820 




640 


2,202 




1,462 


6 


1949... 




907 




2,620 


2,030 




2,861 


3,082 




3,855 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 


186 


110 






250 




130 






500 


8 


1949... 




285 




770 


1,340 




457 


1,877 




2,880 


9 


Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


209 


95 


2 


131 


121 




302 


189 


2 


142 


10 


1949... 


173 


91 


1 


145 


163 




374 


226 


3 


208 


11 


acres 1954... 


2,562 


672 


8 


1,431 


1,165 




3,500 


2,998 


8 


2,039 


12 


1949... 


2,469 


1,050 


1 


1,845 


1,470 




5,881 


4,974 


10 


3,968 


13 


bushels 1954... 


61,919 


14,809 


120 


30,003 


25,091 




87,268 


75, 184 


67 


45,628 


14 


1949 . . . 


37,178 


18,359 


40 


33, 765 


20,057 




121,311 


78,497 


120 


77,654 


15 


bushels sold 1954 .. . 


52,650 


9,266 


60 


20,107 


17,744 




70,453 


62, 699 




37,230 


16 


1949 . . . 


22,272 


11,442 




16,049 


9,566 




95,556 


52,048 




66,220 


17 




72 


9 


"s 


78 


48 




16 


184 




47 


18 


1949... 


25 


10 






30 




14 


94 




7 


19 


acres 1954... 


790 


74 


18 


893 






> 163 


2,509 




871 


20 


1949... 


261 


82 




430 


152 




134 


1,253 




89 


21 


bushels 1954 .. . 


24, 559 


2,710 


384 


30,943 


11,273 





6,055 


98,081 




26,984 


22 


1949... 


4,253 


1,310 




11, 196 


3,613 


u. 


3,530 


30,466 




3,050 


23 


bushels sold 1954 .. . 


5,186 


11 




3,105 


1,938 




456 


7,255 




7,450 


24 


1949... 


185 






569 


845 




1,215 


1,352 




1,850 


25 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


29 


10 




78 


8 




52 


151 




62 


26 


1949... 


41 


21 




75 






37 


99 




110 


27 


acres 1954... 


222 


168 




788 


56 




466 


2,465 




975 


28 


1949... 


271 


161 




1,004 


44 




387 


1,514 


7 


1,243 


29 


bushels 1954... 


6,953 


4,580 




26,427 


1,838 




14,587 


75,613 




29,787 


30 


1949... 


4,713 


4,501 




21,955 


755 




13,316 


31,877 


70 


36,461 


31 


bushels sold 1954... 


705 


1,150 




1,800 






2,245 


3,783 




6,165 


33' 


1949... 


745 






2,237 


320 




2,760 


983 




4,111 


3} 




53 


52 


2 


38 


15 




30 


34 




121 


34 


1949... 


25 


29 


1 


28 


17 




4 


23 




93 


35 


acres 1954... 


384 


556 


5 


429 


98 




299 


361 




1,880 


f, 


1949... 


93 


435 




300 


87 




59 


237 




1,279 


37 


bushels 1954 . . . 


7,201 


9,811 


69 


8,080 


2,059 




5,568 


7,143 




31,908 


38 


1949... 


1,275 


5,852 


25 


3,128 


1,069 




1,114 


3,531 




19,730 


39 


bushels sold 1954... 


4,543 


5,645 




5,277 


1,217 




4,020 


4,109 




21,363 


40 


1949... 


406 


2,397 




831 


701 




137 


313 




8,713 


41 


Other grain threshed or 








1 








1 




1 


42 


1949... 


1 








2 




1 






2 


43 


acres 1954... 








8 








8 




20 


44 


1949... 


3 












7 






13 


45 


bushels 1954 .. . 








200 








80 




175 


46 


1949... 


50 








30 




60 






115 


47 


bushels sold 1954... 






















48 


1949... 










25 










20 



KENTUCKY 



165 



HARVESTED : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Kenton 


Knott 


K,:, 


Larue 


Laurel 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Leslie 


Letcher 


Lewis 


Lincoln 


Livingston 


Logan 


Lyon 


McCracken 


McCreary 










12 


1 




1 






3 


15 


3 


48 


5 


7 




1 


2 




2 


19 


2 




2 




1 




17 


2 


62 


2 


6 


8 


2 


39 






160 






6 






20 


103 


63 


672 


56 


79 




3 


6 




12 


267 


20 




26 






25 


167 


21 


1,421 


105 


38 


53 


4 


1,533 






4,380 


100 




150 






400 


2,696 


1,466 


15,283 


1,236 


2,188 




5 


135 




100 


5,848 


233 




249 




40 


625 


4,618 


310 


14,451 


1,675 


525 


715 


6 


587 




















190 


270 


2,374 




1,150 




7 








1,189 


60 




20 








1,300 


300 


6,217 


1,075 


40 


175 


a 


93 




5 


140 


35 


2 


2 


: 




63 


163 


31 


731 


57 


63 




9 


131 




10 


117 


164 


3 


5 






101 


277 


33 


623 


46 


86 




10 


506 




26 


1,744 


158 


3 


19 


2 




472 


1,479 


456 


13,345 


1,060 


758 




11 


791 




51 


1,745 


865 


13 


76 






942 


2,947 


761 


15,279 


904 


855 




12 


11,439 




230 


40,184 


3,038 


61 


376 


25 




10,076 


32,639 


10,865 


372,727 


28,302 


18,206 




13 


15,236 




549 


20,083 


13,191 


260 


1,644 






18,260 


47,676 


11,312 


260,245 


14,379 


11,844 




14 


5,431 




86 


31,075 


557 










6,596 


16,960 


8,445 


336,294 


25,600 


14,579 




15 


3,490 




113 


10,223 


2,759 




900 






12,127 


27,317 


5,684 


214,436 


10,923 


6,630 




16 


22 


6 


14 


214 


45 


2 


1 




2 


8 


150 


23 


323 


20 


35 


21 


17 


6 


1 


2 


220 


51 


1 


5 






13 


164 


6 


156 


2 


18 


7 


18 


139 


11 


54 


2,746 


320 


32 


3 


9 




67 


1,662 


305 


3,495 


316 


283 


51 


19 


51 


1 


8 


3,206 


265 


5 


9 






54 


l,45t 


57 


1,761 


25 


85 


26 


20 


4,499 


140 


1,326 


101,048 


9,795 


1,050 


111 


372 


2C 


2,406 


56,662 


11,665 


135,697 


11, 580 


10,450 


772 


21 


617 


10 


185 


83,277 


, 


100 


■3 5 






1,635 


36,897 


915 


47.83C 


500 


1,335 


558 


22 


428 






4,469 


826 










200 


5,752 


1,500 


15,422 


624 


2,836 




23 








9,354 


593 










320 


3,488 


150 


5,701 


239 


1* 




24 


3 




3 


147 


1 


2 










85 


19 


579 


27 


10 


2 


25 


3 








7 












131 




195 


6 


4 


2 


It 


14 




- 


2,242 


12 


12 










1,141 


331 


8,933 


342 


117 


13 


z- 


12 






1,606 


58 










44 


1,433 




2,436 


117 


46 


4 


28 






395 


61,423 


146 


386 










38,117 


10,666 


283,385 


10,122 


3,182 


410 


29 


350 




10 


30,022 
2,497 
4,929 


1,110 
250 










1,120 
260 


34,938 
5,830 
2,659 


320 


45,248 
64,725 
7,815 


3,285 

725 

2,020 


665 
1,300 


105 


10 
31 


5 


2 


2 


59 


5 










3 


58 


10 


212 


5 


26 


2 


33 


6 




2 


57 


8 










4 


51 


8 


174 




25 


9 


34 


36 


3 


10 


707 


25 










15 


586 


162 


2,321 


39 


341 


12 


35 


23 


7 


4 


779 


26 










19 


354 


34 


2,159 




183 


35 


36 


320 


48 


206 


13,817 


574 








'ts 


190 


10,758 


3,331 


43,366 


820 


4,687 


180 


37 


153 


70 


50 


11,079 


238 










340 




445 


26,924 




1,887 


310 


38 


154 






7,677 


280 










10 


6,302 


1,343 


25,285 


420 


2,523 




39 


110 






5,983 


10 










89 


1,564 

8 

37 
49 
591 
1,410 
30 


25 


14,369 

: 

2 
1" 
21 
36C 
491 


38 

930 


1,232 




40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
... 
47 
48 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Muhlenberg 


Helson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 


Ovale, 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 


Powell 


Pulaski 




8 


18 


l 


3 


15 








7 


3 












34 


1 


9 




6 




11 


10 


5 


11 


2 


2 










5 




29 


2 


68 


211 


30 




118 


38 


2 


33 


129 


30 






17 








254 


3 


98 


112 


75 


12 


78 


183 


33 


130 


28 


12 






26 




6 




344 


4 


1,483 


3,940 


456 


255 


2,388 


943 


30 


767 


2,332 


805 






208 








7,784 


5 


2,361 


2,119 


. 


515 


919 


2,751 


735 


1,958 


1,000 


225 






540 




95 




8,761 


■ 


200 


900 


60 




375 






125 




180 














1,352 


7 


100 


156 


504 




75 


646 


130 


697 




40 






30 








300 




61 


169 


78 




302 


236 




151 




119 




241 




2 




246 


9 


102 


246 


91 


19 


285 


291 


246 




159 


200 


5 


260 






3 


555 


Hi 


599 


1,684 


727 


58 


3,691 


3,563 


1,143 


1,490 


1,725 


524 


3 


1,279 






94 


1,753 


1 


999 


2,647 


1,228 


127 


3,126 


5,311 


2,073 


. 


3,257 


1,022 


14 


. 






25 


4,435 


12 


10,998 


26,625 


17,336 


825 


81,826 


. 


28,297 


31,087 


51,624 


13,000 


60 


27,975 




62 


1,550 


29,804 


13 


14,910 


33,602 


27,845 


1,911 


50,500 


91,953 


41,022 


23,399 


70,587 


20,619 


150 


35,290 


1 




200 


63,039 


14 


6,135 




13,514 


220 


61,674 


76,602 


18,320 


23,911 


43,260 


4,922 




13,112 






1,080 


13,420 


15 


4,380 


5,098 


20,185 


1,220 


28,046 


60,966 


21,540 


12,740 


49,663 


6,977 




15,768 






50 


27,532 


16 


117 


19C 


7 


32 


144 


137 


3 


105 


112 


5 


13 


36 




33 




389 


17 


108 


233 


3 


5 


57 


37 


3 


34 


87 


2 


3 


5 




4 




371 


18 


1,001 


1,629 


51 


155 


1,239 


2,258 


15 


878 


2,123 


32 


34 


177 


14 


65 




2,911 


L9 


906 


2,106 




15 




535 


16 


293 


1,190 


10 


11 


18 


2. 


10 


3 


3,721 


20 


29,472 


39,751 


2,505 


2,685 


44,503 


84,980 


435 


26,813 


103,783 


700 


542 


6,119 


29( 


1,110 




79,510 


.'l 


17,635 


42,259 


480 


248 


10,083 


12,596 


235 


5,359 


35,056 


167 


275 


399 


62( 


84 


30 


54,100 


22 


3,454 


3,4X 


200 




4,600 


7,321 




6,459 


7,187 




20 


500 




25 




7,583 


23 


1,869 


2,061 






710 


552 




454 


1,345 


io« 




45 










5,790 


24 


16 


19 


17 




61 


78 


12 


23 


94 






2 






1 




141 


25 


48 


y 


51 


1 


47 


112 


30 


12 


104 






3 










166 


26 


137 


115 


169 


37 


618 


945 


193 


265 


1,993 


35 




6 










1,251 


27 


319 


229 


387 


7 


443 


1,430 


238 


55 


1,586 


41 




13 










1,250 


,'H 


4,091 


3,049 


5,905 


695 


17,108 


30,715 


7,172 


7,547 


80,252 


1,360 




117 






40 




31,898 


.."■• 


5,747 


4,16« 


12,040 


400 


7,950 


31,511 


7,035 


958 


52,544 


1,431 




347 










22,503 


30 


800 


80C 


. 


400 


2,277 


2,345 


1,211 


565 


9,943 


600 














2,341 


31 


939 


6C 


1,059 


400 


64 


1,830 


150 


70 


2,119 


92 














782 


32 


10 


1< 


30 


3 


58 


69 


11 


66 


13 


11 




16 








12 


33 


9 


34 


18 


1 


27 


52 


8 


24 


16 


5 




10 


1. 






26 


14 


81 


74 


260 




449 


775 


73 


469 


149 


60 




87 


1 


25 




44 


35 


39 


27C 


124 


2 


108 


570 


61 


155 


145 


17 




86 


9< 


... 




180 


36 


855 


844 




64 


10,267 


15,035 


1,632 


7,506 


2,200 


1,070 




1,695 


27 


386 


38 


655 


37 


561 


2,73. 


1,836 


15 


1,080 


6,673 


922 


1,216 


2,584 


390 




1,405 


63 


... 




2,339 


16 


222 


3: 


2,131 




6,959 


8,592 




4,187 


1,502 


229 




899 








241 


19 




30; 


565 




353 


2,571 


200 


270 


525 


121 




873 




... 




706 


40 


4 














3 


1 














4 


.1 


1 










2 






1 


1 
















2 


42 


9 
2 










20 






7 
4 


8 
















12 
3 


43 
44 


108 
















95 


120 












10 




101 


45 


13 
3 






;;; 


;;; 


200 






6 


120 
100 
120 
















16 
10 


46 
47 
48 



166 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 2 of 6J —SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 


Ro^an 


Russell 


Scott 


Shelby 


Simpson 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 




S..II fr.il.: 






















1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 


























1 


1 




12 


8 


10 






118 
26 


10 
18 


2 


1949... 


12 


1 


"4 


3 


11 


7 


22 


1 


3 


acres 1954... 


6 


1 




66 


67 


121 


412 


24 


1,405 


135 


.. 


1949... 


52 


16 


16 


21 


186 


97 


443 


11 


278 


310 


5 


bushels 1954 . . . 


180 


20 




1,460 


1,140 


3,235 


12,527 


583 


40,383 


4,020 


6 


1949... 


571 


456 


160 


225 


2,736 


1,875 


7,035 


120 


7,310 


3,856 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 




15 




238 


450 




1,840 


178 


590 


200 


8 


1949... 


50 






60 


1,585 


936 


1,705 


90 


164 


2,104 


9 


wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


70 


35 


30 


86 


129 


294 


663 


77 


250 


423 


10 


1949. . . 


145 


82 


42 


91 


166 


376 


578 


104 


269 


423 


11 


acres 1954... 


371 


201 


195 


565 


1,942 


3,432 


9,755 


771 


2,938 


9,258 


12 


1949... 


764 


549 


220 


756 


2,993 


5,648 


12,601 


1,281 


3,970 


15,823 


13 


bushels 1954... 


6,931 


3,956 


3,176 


9,571 


52,806 


81,603 


256,829 


19,077 


72,827 


257,225 


14 


1949... 


15,479 


9,965 


2,760 


10,135 


57,190 


99,054 


203,594 


21,423 


70,745 


202,385 


15 


bushels sold 1954. . . 


2,911 


1,843 


1,324 


3,572 


45,349 


64,178 


233,796 


13,499 


60,959 


237,873 


15 


1949... 


5,943 


4,278 


238 


2,001 


38,989 


61,501 


150,298 


10,966 


42,237 


168,139 


17 




1 


36 


10 


151 


13 


80 


407 


33 


166 


115 


18 


1949... 


2 


28 


10 


115 


4 


30 


410 


8 


101 


48 


19 


acres 1954... 


25 


219 


52 


1,296 


248 


1,153 


4,970 


613 


1,697 


1,640 


. 


1949... 


12 


195 


51 


999 


36 


446 


5,888 


88 


844 


639 


21 


bushels 1954. . . 


;,-■■■ 


6,495 


1,991 


39,419 


8,024 


46,386 


197,845 


19,178 


63,327 


61,482 


.'. 


1949... 


215 


3,642 


793 


28,103 


940 


8,253 


149,612 


2,124 


22,396 


9,978 


23 


bushels sold 1954... 




800 


45 


5,959 


200 


5,150 


29,687 


700 


5,451 


19,681 


24 


1949... 




230 


54 


2,134 




1,075 


19,431 


60 


2,083 


1,162 


25 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 




8 


1 


38 


45 


140 


390 


34 


204 


327 


.■'. 


1949... 


1 


10 


1 


11 


59 


171 


130 


50 


194 


115 


27 


acres 1954... 




27 


7 


248 


644 


2,008 


5,357 


394 


2,148 


6,596 


.-.'8 


1949... 




55 


10 


83 


672 


2,264 


1,759 


616 


2,292 


2,306 


29 


bushels 1954... 




860 


100 


7,271 


25,686 


69,709 


177,593 


11,938 


62,413 


204,058 


30 


1949... 


40 


998 


150 


1,367 


20,572 


54,666 


31,807 


17,604 


52,469 


44,558 


31 


bushels sold 1954... 






100 


539 


2,920 


2,122 


39,867 


350 


5,843 


88,261 


32 


1949... 








160 


2,240 


3,991 


5,762 


301 


7,284 


8,550 


33 






4 


1 


10 


35 


73 


123 


59 


32 


92 


34 


1949... 




11 




10 


16 


52 


123 


22 


33 


50 


35 


acres 1954... 




13 


6 


31 


750 


1,110 


1,119 


932 


263 


1,143 


36 


1949. . . 




41 




61 


233 


632 


1,229 


207 


228 


556 


37 


bushels 1954... 




179 


60 


320 


13,317 


18,453 


18,464 


14,503 


4,387 


19,400 


38 


1949... 


20 


540 




614 


3,380 


10,126 


15,239 


3,085 


2,910 


5,022 


39 


bushels sold 1954. . . 




50 


5 


45 


8,048 


10,989 


10,576 


8,876 


1,711 


13,309 


40 


1949. . . 




171 




321 


1,217 


5,103 


6,470 


868 


1,204 


1,761 


41 


Other grain threshed or 




















1 


42 


1949. . . 








1 




1 


"4 


1 


2 


1 


43 


acres 1954... 






6 














20 


44 


1949... 












10 


54 


3 


9 


1 


45 


bushels 1954... 






60 














400 


... 


1949... 








30 




250 


1,185 


40 


150 


10 


47 


bushels sold 1954... 
1949... 












250 


951 


40 








Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




Sull gnin: 






















1 


Grains grown together and threshed as a 


























6 


11 


3 


29 


8 


5 


12 






7 


2 


1949... 


1 


21 


2 


12 




6 


11 






3 


3 


acres 1954... 


37 


78 


56 


398 


93 


26 


99 






89 


4 


1949... 


36 


102 


79 


179 


29 


89 


116 






130 


5 


bushels 1954 .. . 


476 


1,805 


1,330 


10, 550 


2,040 


260 


2,660 






2,806 


6 


1949... 


700 


2,021 


1,500 


3,101 


750 


2,181 


1,603 






3,170 


7 


bushels sold 1954... 


100 


130 


684 


1,100 


372 




151 






32 


8 


1949... 


600 


947 


1,400 


400 


308 


100 


610 








9 


Wheat threshed or combined farms reporting 1954 — 


240 


194 


267 


238 


156 


128 


249 


4 


7 


94 


10 


1949... 


188 


199 


179 


168 


204 


110 


172 


5 


1 


112 


11 


acres 1954... 


5,743 


1,408 


6,810 


3,590 


1,520 


1,382 


4,425 


8 


47 


1,692 


12 


1949... 


5,957 


2,128 


6,976 


3,074 


2,316 


1,361 


3,960 


24 


12 


2,729 


13 


bushels 1954... 


. ... 64 


37,899 


189,454 


88,303 


36,944 


35,365 


103,538 


144 


539 


44,329 


14 


1949... 


83,302 


40,762 


113,582 


54,121 


42,140 


28,177 


56,880 


370 


lL.O 


55,591 


1-'. 


bushels sold 1954.. . 


120,011 


25,309 


177,590 


75,601 


26,207 


26,648 


92,550 




270 


40,922 


16 


1949... 


61,635 


28,608 


101,588 


41,033 


27,773 


16,375 


45,687 


65 


160 


46,492 


17 




41 


61 


90 


306 


89 


104 


66 


48 


9 


19 


18 


1949. . . 


5 


20 


51 


248 


10 


50 


18 


10 




4 


19 


acres 1954... 


394 


315 


1,643 


4,615 


888 


1,124 


632 


243 


53 


181 


20 


1949... 


41 


114 


940 


4,187 


100 


469 


185 


60 




39 


21 


bushels 1954... 


12,540 


10,926 


56,226 


172,697 


26,007 


41,689 


21,076 


3,140 


982 


8,575 


22 


1949... 


1,260 


2,566 


17,803 


90,284 


1,557 


10,317 


3,155 


1,074 




870 


23 


bushels sold 1954... 


2,070 


1,520 


13,935 


34,444 


1,919 


13,705 


2,877 


100 


100 


390 


24 


1949... 




120 


1,259 


18,024 




1,140 




201 






25 


Barley threshed or combined farms reporting 1954... 


124 


27 


144 


317 


68 


128 


39 


1 


1 


99 


26 


1949... 


18 


27 


49 


179 


142 


89 


10 


3 




120 


27 


acres 1954... 


2,282 


161 


3,229 


5,821 


783 


1,469 


638 


8 




1,144 


28 


1949 . . . 


197 


224 


958 


2,977 


1,227 


1,095 


75 


17 




1,695 


:'< 


bushels 1954... 


64,243 


5,247 


112,859 


179,393 


25,828 


48,160 


19,439 


400 


60 


40,625 


30 


1949... 


4,364 


6,337 


18,345 


61,717 


34,502 


23,518 


960 


468 




52,478 


31 


bushels sold 1954... 


4,776 


1,119 


13,460 


39,799 


3,628 


3,535 


5,799 






7,834 


32 


1949... 


552 


224 


2,092 


12,298 


4,996 


2,485 


100 


75 




14,541 


33 




48 


28 


31 


59 


158 


8 


57 


6 


1 


45 


34 


1949... 


14 


16 


31 


41 


98 


8 


23 


2 


2 


13 


35 


acres 1954... 


665 


136 


405 


653 


2,147 


74 


524 


22 


3 


718 


36 


1949... 


115 


86 


351 


626 


1,128 


46 


150 


5 


2 


135 


37 


bushels 1954... 


7,654 


2,675 


7,729 


9,545 


38,986 


1,269 


8,195 


316 


70 


13,346 


38 


1949... 


1,180 


1,184 


4,559 


9,664 


14,457 


516 


1,500 


45 


45 


2,845 


39 


bushels sold 1954... 


3,981 


1,324 


5,747 


5,929 


24,066 


620 


4,058 






9,653 


40 


1949... 


130 


75 


1,803 


6,401 


5,339 


25 


795 


3 




1,720 


41 


Other grain threshed or 


1 




1 






1 


3 








42 


1949... 


2 




2 


2 






3 








43 


acres 1954... 


14 




6 






35 


9 








44 


1949... 


14 




18 


40 






22 








45 


bushels 1954 . . . 


70 


... 


200 






500 


180 








... 


1949... 


340 




189 


278 






324 








47 


bushels sold 1954... 












500 










48 


1949... 






165 


278 






244 









KENTUCKY 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6) —SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



167 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson 


Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 




Annual legaaes: 




















: 


Soybeans grown for all 


17,994 

21,718 


85 
67 


79 
101 


57 
56 


269 
254 


181 
151 


112 

78 


70 
116 


140 


2 


1949... 


172 


3 


acres grown alone 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


210,295 
223,248 


462 
368 


392 
650 


217 
299 


7,127 
4,824 


991 
971 


663 

-03 


140 
222 


852 
1,184 


5 

6 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949 . . . 


5,639 
20,059 


9 
21 


59 

37 


16 
11 


93 
774 


33 
151 


2 
14 


7 


84 
70 


7 

8 


1949... 


3,885 
4,429 


5 


2 

20 


"i 


133 
89 


7 


5 


3 


7 
11 


< 

10 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


126,468 

131,086 


47 
39 


7 
162 


31 


5,017 
2,430 


86 
76 


138 


8 


57 
160 


n 

12 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949... 


168 
825 




10 




35 










L3 
1, 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,101,759 
2,266,108 


835 
830 


90 
1,654 


702 


65,546 
40,710 


1,080 
526 


3,585 


71 


870 
3,258 


15 
16 


1949... 


14,288 
16,398 


82 
65 


72 
79 


54 

47 


171 
145 


168 
128 


105 

71 


67 
102 


110 
143 


17 
18 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


77,619 
78,590 


400 
322 


361 
395 


211 
244 


2,067 
1,810 


779 
641 


505 
356 


135 
190 


647 
869 


19 

20 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


2,107 
2,755 


9 
13 


25 

17 


16 
11 


12 
50 


26 
27 


14 


6 


72 
70 


21 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


108,281 
111,870 


571 
491 


362 
503 


387 
361 


1,929 
2,136 


982 
1,049 


580 
497 


193 
192 


862 
1,324 


23 
24 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 


660 
1,231 


1 

1 


3 
5 


2 

3 


8 
46 


8 
9 


5 


2 


10 
13 


25 

26 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


3,690 
5,184 


15 


15 
19 


3 

20 


23 
280 


116 
248 


16 
35 


3 


58 
77 


27 

28 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


2,721 
15,190 


8 


9 
10 




32 

673 


7 
118 






6 


29 


Plowed under for green 


495 
972 


2 


3 
6 


2 

1 


6 
6 


5 


2 

2 


1 
15 


16 


30 


1949. . . 


14 


31 

32 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


2,518 
8,388 


7 


9 
74 


3 


20 
304 


10 
6 


4 
12 


2 
24 


90 
78 


33 

>- 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949. . . 


643 
1,289 




25 




49 
16 


6 


2 


1 


6 


35 
36 


Cowpeaa grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 

1949... 


784 
1,837 


11 
8 


9 
31 


1 
2 


11 
128 


7 
25 




8 


2 
2 


37 

33 


acreB grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949... 


2,791 
7,505 


40 
33 


19 
95 


1 
7 


72 
1,180 


12 
84 




9 
15 


9 
9 


39 

4C 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


98 
143 


19 


20 
33 


"4 


43 


8 




2 




41 


1949... 


100 
228 


3 


1 
3 




9 


2 




1 




43 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949... 


192 
686 


15 


1 

3 




70 


2 
3 




7 




45 
46 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


17 
77 


7 








2 








47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


1,083 

4,776 


165 


10 
30 




420 


2 
22 




10 




49 
50 


1949... 


548 
1,257 


6 
6 


4 
18 


1 
2 


10 
110 


4 
11 




3 

5 


2 

2 


51 

5.: 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


2,033 
5,369 


29 

17 


12 
62 


1 
7 


1,048 


9 
42 




2 

11 


9 
9 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 

1949... 

tons 1954... 

1949... 


19 

230 

2,205 

6,122 


12 
40 
16 


3 

8 
86 


4 
1 
21 


13 
66 

950 


7 
37 




2 
2 

13 


15 
19 


57 
58 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 


74 
170 


3 


1 
6 




6 


1 
2 








59 

61 


acreB grown alone 1954... 
1949. . . 


284 

417 


9 


9 




1 


1 
8 








61 
6! 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


30 
455 




20 
30 




29 










63 


Plowed under for green 


92 
291 


2 

1 


6 




1 
10 


10 




2 




64 


1949... 




65 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949... 


282 
1,033 


2 

1 


21 




1 
61 


'•1 




4 




67 

68 


acres grown with other crops 1954 .. . 
1949... 


12 
181 








1 


6 









168 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6) .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Bourbon 


Boyd 


Boyle 


Bracken 


Breathitt 


Breckin- 
ridge 


Bullitt 


Butler 


Caldwell 


Calloway 




Annual leguaes: 






















1 


Soybeans grown for all 


71 
60 


63 
103 


34 
18 


93 
35 


395 
6L5 


126 
121 


123 
239 


404 
383 


88 
44 


128 

71 


2 


1949... 


3 
- 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


729 
715 


303 
541 


106 
110 


72 


693 
1,232 


1,332 
1,130 


1,470 
2,644 


6,967 

5,700 


1,163 
821 


760 
434 


5 

6 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949 . . . 


5 
5 


1 
32 


32 

7 


27 

8 


8 
8 


129 

147 


12 
26 


19 

108 


31 


75 

16 


7 
8 




18 
8 


5 


.!. 


3 
1 


2 
2 


27 
22 


35 
31 


131 
123 


23 

18 


12 
13 


1949... 


9 

10 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


217 
183 


17 


..? 


7 
1 


1 
5 


363 
320 


637 
550 


3,415 
3,107 


456 
512 


180 
96 


12 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 












12 




75 






13 
M 


bushels 1954 . . . 
1949... 


3,367 
2,842 


86 


168 


97 

in 


7 
20 


5,114 
6,090 


6,953 
8,981 


53,468 
47,485 


7,262 
6,746 


1,887 
1,121 


15 
LI 




48 
36 


56 
81 


27 

7 


88 
27 


394 
604 


108 
108 


91 

216 


354 
305 


21 


112 
47 


1949 . . . 


17 
IS 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


389 

373 


271 
435 


47 


369 
63 


691 
1,227 


947 
809 


776 
2,057 


3,343 
2,171 


696 

175 


563 
209 


L' : - 
20 


acres grown with other crops 1954 .. . 
1949... 


••; 


1 


8 


8 
8 


8 
8 


29 

60 


6 
24 


18 
31 






21 
22 


tons 1954... 
1949 . . . 


708 
741 


397 

679 


134 
61 


581 
88 


983 

1,881 


1,418 
1,098 


1,249 
2,668 


5,708 
3,024 


981 
241 


556 

297 


23 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 


5 

5 


7 
17 


\ 


1 


1 


1 


6 
2 


8 
7 


"4 


3 
12 


24 


1949 . . . 


25 
26 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


60 


31 

77 


12 
34 


1 






30 

7 


176 
109 


14 


75 


27 
28 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


5 
1 


28 


24 
7 






100 


6 


1 


31 


35 

16 


29 


Plowed under for green 


10 


1 
4 


3 
2 


I 




1 

2 


3 


3 
25 


2 

3 


3 
5 


30 


1949... 


31 
32 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


29 
99 


1 
12 


9 
29 


* 




22 

1 


27 
30 


33 
313 


11 
120 


17 
54 


33 
34 


acres grown with other crops 1954 . . . 
1949... 








19 




75 


2 


"2 




!?. 


35 


Cowpeas grown for aXL purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 




2 

1 


3 


1 


2 


17 
11 


6 

14 


13 
77 


3 


26 
31 


36 


1949... 


37 
38 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949 . . . 




53 


6 

1 


1 


"i 


117 
30 


37 
63 


43 
193 


38 

7 


87 
83 


39 
40 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949... 






3 






6 
21 




8 




1 
8 


41 
42 


1949... 












2 




3 

10 




2 
6 


43 
44 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 












1 




13 




11 
7 


45 
46 


acres grown with other crops 1954 .. . 
1949... 












5 










47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 












15 




41 
44 




52 
43 


49 






1 

1 


2 


1 


2 


13 
8 


6 
13 


9 
58 


4 
3 


20 

14 


50 


1949... 


51 
52 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 




23 

5 


..! 


1 


6 


85 
27 


37 
62 


38 
160 


38 
7 


65 
28 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 

1949... 

tons 1954... 

1949... 




25 


3 


2 


8 


1 
9 

90 
13 


44 
90 


2 
47 
232 


36 

10 


1 
30 


57 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 




1 








3 


1 


1 

3 




6 


58 


1949... 


59 

61 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 




30 








23 
3 


1 


1 
9 




26 


61 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 












12 








6 


63 


Plowed under for green 






1 
2 






2 




"a 




5 

7 


64 


1949. . 


65 
66 


acres grown alone 1954 . . 
1949.. 






2 

1 






8 




11 




11 
22 


6' 
68 


acres grown with other crops 1954.. 
1949.. 






-3 










-6 




2 



KENTUCKY 



169 



HARVESTED : CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Campbell Carlisle Carroll Carter Casey 



Clark Clay Clinton Crittenden Cumberland Daviess Edmonson Elliott Estill 



170 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6 ) .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Fayette 


Fleming 


Floyd 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Gallatin 


Garrard 


Grant 


Graves 


Grayson 


1 

2 


Annual 1 crimes: 

Soybeans grown for all 

1949... 


37 


121 
74 


289 
486 


111 
57 


293 

317 


89 
92 


18 
5 


127 
69 


506 
539 


120 
146 


3 


acres grown alone 1954... 

1949... 


501 
318 


482 
366 


529 
1,025 


736 
415 


17,391 
11,071 


424 

500 


78 
61 


483 
270 


4,455 
3,239 


1,015 
1,018 


5 
6 


acres grown with other crops 1954 .. . 
1949. . . 


80 
17 


6 
26 


13 
3 


45 
7 


501 
5,438 


45 


5 


75 
38 


244 

2,114 


34 
68 


7 
8 


1949... 


3 


5 

1 


7 


1 
5 


246 
242 


2 




4 
1 


79 
71 


8 


9 
10 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949 . . . 


50 
43 


11 
5 


« 


24 
124 


16,548 
10,309 


18 




17 
15 


1,312 
1,090 


137 
112 


U 
12 


acres grown with other crops 1954. . . 
1949... 










10 
89 








3 
43 




13 
M 


bushels 1954. . . 
1949... 


1,190 
780 


165 

70 


520 


528 
1,795 


290,111 
262,748 


375 




227 

200 


18,819 
15,795 


2,295 
1,068 


15 
16 


1949... 


36 

27 


117 

71 


287 
466 


98 
54 


60 

47 


68 

87 


13 


114 

60 


370 
325 


109 
123 


17 

is 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


397 
224 


452 
357 


523 
975 


593 
269 


658 
546 


314 
472 


68 
58 


424 
241 


2,704 
1,685 


843 
779 


19 
20 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


20 
17 


26 


10 
3 


45 
7 


5 


" 


3 


68 
38 


69 
78 


34 
68 


21 
22 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


813 

407 


631 
622 


707 
1,567 


874 
423 


862 

.... 


489 
648 


102 
63 


887 
391 


2,808 
2,719 


1,300 
1,056 


23 

24 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 


3 


3 


3 
2 


5 

2 


24 

107 


17 

1 


2 


3 

2 


41 
148 


18 


:■:■ 
26 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


27 
28 


11 


3 
2 


93 
10 


152 
108 


97 
3 


1 


24 
5 


224 

312 


25 

104 


27 
28 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 






2 




4,760 




2 


5 


171 
1,767 




29 


Plowed under for green 


6 

3 


3 
3 


3 
1 


10 
3 


18 


6 
2 


2 


13 


35 

44 


1 


30 


1949 . . . 


.'1 
32 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


27 
23 


8 


3 

1 


26 
12 


33 

108 


13 
7 


9 
3 


18 
9 


215 
152 


10 
23 


33 
34 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


60 




1 




42 
589 


1 




2 


1 
226 




35 


Cowpeas grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 


1 




13 


3 


10 
17 




3 
2 


3 


38 
128 


11 
24 


36 


1949. . . 


37 
38 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949... 


2 
2 




8 
28 


10 


31 




9 

4 


11 


110 
382 


38 
62 


39 
40 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


•16 








1 
30 








1 
46 




41 
42 


1949... 






1 




3 








7 
21 


1 
2 


4 3 
44 


acres grown alone 1954... 
i949 . . . 






1 




3 

1 








12 
31 


1 
4 


45 
46 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 






















47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 








10 


22 


2 






29 

115 


7 
19 


49 

50 


1949... 


2 




12 


3 


4 
4 




2 


1 


27 
80 


7 
14 


51 
52 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


2 




8 
27 


10 


12 
39 




6 


8 


86 
281 


30 
36 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954 .. . 

1949... 

tons 1954 .. . 

1949... 


10 
19 




10 
22 




12 
39 




l 


a 


1 
29 
63 
314 


30 


57 
58 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 










3 




"i 




3 

20 


6 


59 
60 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 










31 




3 




5 

34 


3 
16 


61 
62 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949... 










1 
30 








14 




63 


Plowed under for green 
manure farms reporting 1954. . . 










1 
3 




1 
1 


2 


19 


3 
3 


64 


1949... 


65 
66 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 










2 
3 




3 
1 


3 


7 
36 


6 


67 
68 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949... 


















3 





KENTUCKY 



171 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Green 


Greenup Hanco 


Ik 


Hard In 


Harla. 


Harrisor 


Hart 


Henderson 


„e^ 


HiWrnon 


Hopkins 


Jae k s..n 


Uh. 


Jessamine 


Johnson 




58 
37 


182 
321 


16 

90 


141 
218 


91 
109 


128 
51 


98 
63 


389 

417 


178 
97 


319 
362 


416 
513 


50 
129 


270 
528 


21 
7 


181 
348 


1 
2 


249 
165 


873 3, 

1,513 4, 


21 
-v 


1,483 
2,435 


178 
176 


505 
197 


391 
239 


17,169 
18,053 


850 

509 


9,694 
6,916 


9,904 

13,121 


103 
310 


3,850 
7,091 


104 
51 


337 

759 


3 
4 


12 

29 


19 
111 


34 


57 
58 


2 
19 


50 
26 


43 
46 


147 
19 


83 

21 


593 
2,088 


6 
124 


17 


6 
118 


2 


19 
38 


5 
6 


3 

1 


30 
33 


L5 


53 
86 


1 


..: 


2 

4 


341 
377 


3 


190 
150 


-70 
222 


1 


112 
173 


1 


3 
3 


7 
8 


23 
3 


403 2,t 
510 2,i 

"■7 


46 

re 

6 


867 
1,243 


1 


15 
3 


5 

15 


16,143 
16,732 

45 
18 


14 
27 

1 
5 


7,568 
5,193 

56 


7,015 
9,185 

"a 


5 


2,491 
3,938 

'60 


8 


5 


9 
It 

11 
12 


158 

80 


8,006 31, « 
7,354 48,' 


11 
45 


8,321 
19,722 


20 


302 


24 

81 


261,570 
248,528 


116 
190 


94,410 
102,540 


119,949 
159,036 


35 


37,312 
81,638 


120 


20 
25 


i: 
1- 


52 
37 


154 
244 


93 


95 
132 


83 
94 


108 
43 


97 
53 


74 
41 


166 
82 


155 

164 


310 
330 


44 
125 


182 
357 


14 
5 


156 
337 


IS 

1c 


219 
162 


464 1, 

930 i,; 


21 
52 


586 
962 


162 
156 


407 
146 


378 
199 


926 

454 


813 
433 


1,810 
1,384 


2,821 
2,975 


88 
293 


1,274 
2,411 


62 

27 


297 
739 


1 

L6 


5 
29 


14 
98 


' 


17 
52 


2 
17 


46 

26 


35 

46 


92 

1 


66 

10 


28 

7 


6 
114 


7 


t 
29 


2 


17 
38 


19 
21 


312 
203 


753 1,3 
1,075 1,« 


82 

?! 


758 
1,343 


252 
153 


769 

245 


585 
264 


1,242 
573 


1,446 
695 


2,125 
2,028 


3,832 

4,321 


116 
319 


1,512 
3,927 


78 
45 


437 
974 


.'1 
2! 


3 


3 


2 

3 


4 
9 


2 


8 
6 


2 

1 


7 


5 
5 


20 

81 


10 


..* 


5 

13 


3 


22 
3 


23 
24 


7 


7 


u 

17 


22 

142 


4 


32 
41 


14 


20 
243 


16 
7 


186 
117 


27 
81 


7 


50 
300 


21 


32 
6 


2: 

26 


7 


4 


.' 


20 






4 


10 


12 
6 


388 
1,875 


. 


10 






2 


2' 
21 




5 

17 


1 

L5 


3 
9 


6 
9 


12 


1 
2 


27 


5 
6 


13 
23 


2 
53 


2 
3 


9 
58 


3 
2 


3 
2 


2< 

31 




6 
66 1 

5 
2 


3 


8 
88 

20 
6 


12 
19 

2 


51 
10 

1 


4 
11 


80 
624 


7 
42 

4 


130 
222 

177 
150 


880 


3 

17 


35 

442 

29 


13 


4 
9 


31 

.32 

33 

34 


1 
10 


3 
2 


1 


5 

10 


31 
3 


3 
2 


3 

4 


3 
6 


8 

7 


10 
18 


33 

44 


1 
3 


1 
19 


10 
8 


5 
2 


35 

<> 


2 
28 


9 
2 


5 
14 


46 
32 


44 
10 


7 
10 


19 
5 


42 
100 


29 
25 


24 
65 


135 
143 


3 

6 


4 
57 


25 

21 


7 
3 


37 
38 




i 

2 




1 

1 

6 
5 


1 
1 




1 

2 
2 

14 

2 


3 

1 

6 




11 

3 
3 

5 

2 

1 


7 
5 

12 
3 




2 
5 

10 


2 

1 
1 


1 


« 

41 
42 

43 
44 

43 

4. 


1 


6 




38 

10 


10 




46 
14 


16 




32 

17 


103 
28 




111 


... 




47 

48 


8 


3 


1 
3 


8 


30 


3 
1 


2 


1 
2 


7 
6 


7 
9 


25 
34 


1 
2 


1 
11 


7 


J 


49 
5( 




9 


5 


24 


43 


7 




4 


27 


19 


116 


3 


4 


20 


6 


51 


27 




1, 


25 




* 


3 


65 


20 


46 


114 


2 


32 


16 


2 


52 


2 
29 

1 
2 


26 


5 
16 

1 
2 


16 
41 

1 
1 
16 

1 


67 


17 
13 


5 

1 
1 
5 

1 


4 
123 

1 
3 
2 
35 

2 


33 

23 

1 
2 
2 
5 


23 
68 

5 
5 

10 


129 
119 

1 
3 

1 


2 
3 


35 


11 
29 

2 


7 

1 
2 

1 

1 

1 


54 
55 
51 

57 
58 
59 
61 
61 
62 


2 

1 






1 
1 


3 

10 


1 
6 




1 
1 

30 

1 




12 


3 
7 
6 
22 


1 


4 
14 


1 
3 

5 




63 
64 
65 
66 

67 
61 



172 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6 ) .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Kenton 


Knott 


Knox 


Larue 


Laurel 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Leslie Letch 


er Lewis 






Annual lepinea: 






















1 


Soybeans grown for all 


148 
130 


159 
345 


144 
149 


31 
66 


68 
106 


279 
393 


] 


35 102 
69 271 


88 4C 
69 4C 


1 
6 


2 


1949... 


3 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


540 
555 


217 
589 


425 
414 


164 
406 


172 
319 


956 
1,196 




98 170 ] 
50 405 


57 1,7/ 

86 1,5' 


8 

1 


5 

6 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


79 
95 


2 

11 


30 
5 


5 


37 


55 
23 




2 3 

81 11 


8 


8 
7 


7 

a 




.* 


3 

3 


5 


6 

20 


1 






1 

2 4 


] 



6 


1949 . . . 






9 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949 . . . 


16 


5 


10 


37 
117 










1 

10 


t 


3 
5 


11 

12 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 








"i 


1 








57 






13 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


243 


64 
22 


86 


389 

2,174 


1 






] 


12 

40 58 


7 
18 3 


7 
9 


L5 
16 


1949... 


140 
126 


139 
339 


131 
146 


24 
49 


62 
94 


271 
373 




33 94 
10 270 


87 3 
59 3 


7 
7 


17 
18 


acres grown alone 1954... 

1949 . . . 


498 
530 


185 
583 


395 
414 


124 
235 


159 
282 


923 

1,180 




91 161 
50 387 


54 1,6< 
67 1,5 


1 
14 


20 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


72 

'0 


2 
9 


5 




29 


39 
23 




2 2 

24 11 


] 
4 


1 
7 


21 
22 


tons 1954... 
1949 . . . 


837 
730 


265 

1,067 


419 
506 


133 
378 


210 

318 


1,505 
1,485 




93 221 

94 706 


45 2,6 
91 2,2 


4 
1 


23 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 


J 


17 


10 


1 


3 


3 

5 




9 
2 


4 


5 


24 


1949. . . 


25 
26 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


6 

10 


28 


11 


2 


5 


% 




9 
5 


7 


4 

4 


27 
28 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


7 




13 






8 




1 


.. 


2 


29 


Plowed under for green 


9 
6 


2 


7 


1 
3 


17 


, 




2 

1 


1 


7 


30 


1949... 


31 
32 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


20 
15 


1 


9 


1 


8 
37 


28 

7 




3 


3 
8 




a 


33 
34 


acres grown with otner crops 1954... 
1949... 


5 


2 


11 




"7 


8 






4 


• 


35 
36 


Cowpeas grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 

1949... 


3 


4 


3 

8 


2 


13 
23 


2 

9 




1 
1 




1 


37 
38 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


6 


'« 


15 
17 




55 
48 


3 

18 




5 

2 


] 


9 

6 


39 

■ 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


2 


1 


6 




5 












41 
42 


1949 . . . 




2 


1 


1 


3 


1 










43 
44 


acres grown alone 1954 — 
1949... 




2 






1 
1 


1 










45 
46 


acres grown witn other crops 1954... 
1949 . . . 




1 


1 




1 












47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 




5 


5 




8 
5 


1 










49 
50 


1949... 


3 


3 


1 
7 


2 


11 
12 


2 




1 

1 




1 
1 


51 
52 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


6 


2 


1 
17 


..* 


40 
23 


3 

16 




5 
2 


] 


5 
6 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 

1949... 

tons 1954... 

1949... 


2 

7 


2 


5 
1 
27 


5 


2 
2 

52 

34 


41 




4 '.'.'. 




6 


57 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 






1 




1 
3 










1 


58 


1949... 






59 

60 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 






10 




10 












'* 


61 
62 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949 . . . 
























63 


Plowed under for green 






1 


1 


1 


1 










64 


1949... 


65 
66 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 






4 


2 


16 


"i 










67 
68 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 










2 













KENTUCKY 



173 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Lincoln 


Livingston 


Logan 


^ 


McCracken 


MoCreax? 


McLean 


Madiso 


1 Magoffin Mario 




Marshall 


Martin 


Mason 


Meade 


Menifee 


Mercer 




72 
69 


114 
191 


101 
106 


53 

49 


280 


36 
45 


491 
574 


8 

5 


9 468 
3 656 


80 
103 


193 
229 


226 
309 


90 
50 


80 
138 


38 
83 


77 
48 


1 


273 

412 


2,084 
2,473 


1,319 


587 

701 


3,591 
3,120 


88 
101 


15,080 

20,944 


49 
26 


9 1,075 

5 1,732 


734 
899 


1,335 


307 
543 


424 
212 


936 

1,721 


96 
262 


403 

137 


3 


22 

42 


82 
880 




273 

134 


85 
423 


2 


125 
25 


5 

2 


a 32 

3 26 


33 


20 
205 




""- 


16 


24 


1 

2 


> 


1 
5 


16 
29 


16 
27 


5 

-- 


62 

83 




376 




1 9 
1 8 


12 
27 


35 
25 


5 

3 


1 
5 


34 


1 


2 

1 


a 


2 

40 


579 
583 


264 

810 

40 


203 
376 


1,351 
1,469 

2 
3 




12,639 
19,008 

76 


1 


21 
1 17 


2 

J5S 


806 
265 


5 
3 


1 
15 


460 

9i a 


1 


6 
2 


9 

in 

11 
12 


545 


4,881 
9,199 


4,870 
14,794 


1,443 
6,849 


15,356 
18,062 




221,593 
334,032 


27 


3 386 2, 

5 61 8, 




7,188 
4,944 


35 
22 


20 
295 


7,043 
15,610 


10 


"2 
5 


14 


66 


87 
162 


84 


45 
26 


192 
163 


35 

44 


245 
207 


a 

5 


3 444 
3 642 


67 


153 
169 


225 

304 


87 
46 


57 
87 


37 



41 


15 

L< 


256 

343 


1,147 
1,743 


631 
438 


355 

248 


1,967 
1,225 


82 
97 


2,3-1 
1,461 


42 
26 


J 1,012 
2 1,677 




962 
914 


300 
536 


412 
188 


470 
707 


95 
240 


155 


1 


20 
36 


5 
316 


37 
73 




120 


2 


24 
21 


5 
2 


2 25 
S 9 


13 

a 


20 

48 




7 


9 


5 

13 


1 


1 1 

-■■' 


379 
498 


1,205 
2,310 


900 

745 


353 

396 


2,139 


111 
160 


3,209 

2,290 


38 
261 


3 1,894 

i 2,710 


=60 
'60 


. 


404 
923 




625 

841 


1- ' 
301 


453 
219 


21 
22 


2 
3 


13 

21 


2 
8 


8 

13 


24 
40 


2 

1 


6 








25 


1 


1 
2 


1 
2 


1 


3 
2 


23 

24 


7 
5 


303 
88 


2 


28 
50 


111 
138 


6 
2 


140 




34 

17 


2" 
60 


36 


1 


1 


22 


1 
13 


13 
15 


25 

26 


2 

6 


77 
520 




266 

134 


66 
270 




4 




7 

... 




153 








"4 


2 


27 
28 


2 


8 

7 


1 


1 
2 


22 


2 


31 




16 


6 


10 

28 


2 
2 


3 

1 


1 




4 
3 


29 
30 


8 
19 


55 

59 

44 


3 
46 


1 
27 


288 
30 


2 


51 
335 




L 8 

a 


10 

19 

20 

3 


89 


2 

3 


10 


24 


6 


16 
15 


31 

<-' 

33 
34 


5 
9 


5 
8 


39 


8 


50 
216 


10 


1 
9 




4 
2 


9 




3 




I 


1 


8 


35 
36 


24 
23 

1 

2 

1 


12 

1 

1 


54 

178 

12 

1 


8 
59 

1 
3 

1 
23 


204 
1,489 

68 

31 

286 

13 


L7 

1 
1 


3 

29 




6 

3 

1 


15 
55 

20 


120 
194 

12 

11 

a 

9 

li 

14 


1 




8 
32 

1 
1 

2 

12 


1 

1 
1 


14 
26 


37 
IS 

19 

.. 

... 
.. 

43 
44 

43 


10 


1 


2 


4 


28 

1,761 


"s 










« 






30 


"4 




47 
48 


2 




9 
33 


6 


35 
154 




1 
6 




2 


1 

t, 


22 
44 


2 




5 




4 


50 


3 

21 




50 
160 




877 


12 


3 
20 


( 


i 
3 


IS 
12 


60 
140 


•■■ 




19 




10 
21 


'1 
52 


1 
17 


5 
13 
24 


6 
40 
238 


5 
34 

1 
1 


51 
849 

6 

18 
8 

2 


3 

17 


2 
28 

1 
1 


1. 
1C 


1 

15 
3 


20 

43 

1 


6 
• 

138 

8 
5 
20 
14 

.' 


7 




13 

1 




15 
35 

1 
2 
1 
5 

5 


53 

54 
55 

•« 

57 
58 

59 

60 

61 
62 


3 
1 




1 
3 


1 


10 
39 


2 


•; 






1 
2 


10 
13 


1 




1 
1 




1 


63 
64 


21 

1 




3 




35 

318 

2 


! 


8 






23 

20 


29 
26 


1 




1 
1 




3 


66 
67 
68 



174 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6 j .-SPECIFIED CROPS 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Metcalfe 


Monroe 


Montgomery 


Mor 5 an 


Muhlenberg 


Nelson 


Nicholas 


Ohio 


Oldham 


Owen 




Annual leffunes: 






















J 


Soybeans grown for all 


60 
31 


127 

128 


63 
33 


150 
247 


425 
559 


111 
91 


34 
5 


641 
818 


75 
71 


149 
104 


2 


1949... 


3 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


273 
209 


606 

523 


273 

112 


338 

701 


6,323 
7,376 


1,101 
1,003 


116 
6 


10,771 
11,361 


666 
561 


591 
621 


5 
6 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


9 


586 
2,057 


7 
62 


40 
12 


19 
66 


16 
8 


46 

2 


188 
5 


92 
6 


17 






1 


10 
10 


1 


2 

1 


206 
212 


17 

13 


1 


207 
246 


14 
9 


1 


8 


1949... 


9 
10 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


17 


89 
58 


9 


15 
2 


4,068 
4,643 


204 
147 


1 


5,431 
5,636 


145 
69 


5 
50 


11 
12 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 




6 

88 




1 


60 






10 


11 


2 


13 
14 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


'85 


1,078 
1,162 


110 


252 
3 


64,039 
61,407 


3,602 
2,615 


15 


95,459 
79,928 


1,728 
1,180 


55 
550 


15 
16 


1949 . . . 


57 
27 


99 
43 


57 
29 


146 
242 


321 
401 


96 
73 


24 
5 


553 

661 


60 
56 


144 
94 


17 

18 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


267 
159 


457 
174 


252 

111 


314 
699 


2,252 
2,436 


830 
769 


87 
6 


5,309 
5,277 


451 
427 


569 
542 


20 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949 . . . 


9 


54 
18 


7 
52 


39 

12 


19 


..! 


46 
2 


156 

5 


60 
3 


14 
2 


21 
22 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


317 

171 


526 

237 


332 
191 


464 
1,012 


2,715 
2,872 


1,202 

1,124 


186 
9 


7,623 
6,721 


794 
745 


848 

983 


23 

24 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 


2 


22 

79 


4 
1 


..* 


"7 


3 
6 


3 


2 

8 


6 
5 


2 

2 


25 
26 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


32 


56 
276 


11 

1 


9 


'41 


8 
48 


11 


49 


37 
40 


2 

17 


27 
28 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 




526 

1,946 








10 
8 




4 


21 

3 


3 


29 


Plowed under for green 


1 
1 


1 
3 


1 
1 




2 
29 


8 


7 


3 


5 
5 


3 


10 


1949... 


31 
32 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


2 

1 


15 


1 




3 
256 


59 
39 


17 


27 
399 


33 
25 


15 

12 


33 

34 


acres grown with other crop6 1954... 
1949... 




5 


10 




6 






18 






35 


Cowpeas grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 


2 
6 


13 
67 


1 
3 


2 


42 
92 


1 




14 
32 


2 


-i 


36 


1949. . . 


37 
38 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


1 
8 


36 
139 


1 
7 


3 
7 


124 
293 


17 
4 




55 

102 


11 


6 


39 

40 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


3 


179 


"4 










2 






41 
42 


1949... 


1 
1 


2 
17 


1 




8 
5 






2 






43 
44 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


1 


4 
6 


2 




26 
14 






2 
5 






45 
46 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


3 


27 


















47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


30 


13 
76 


12 




134 
47 






14 

16 






49 
50 


1949... 


1 

5 


8 
24 


1 
3 


2 
2 


32 

77 


2 




11 
25 


2 


2 


51 
52 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


1 
7 


23 
61 


1 
5 


3 

7 


94 
255 


..*. 




49 
87 


11 


6 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 

1949... 

tons 1954... 

1949... 


6 


"9 

21 

87 


1 
8 


3 
8 


98 
308 


5 




52 
127 


14 


6 


57 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 




14 






2 
2 


1 
1 




1 






58 


1949... 


59 
60 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 




39 






2 
6 


3 




3 






61 
62 


acres grown with other crops 1954. . . 
1949... 




82 


















63 


Plowed under for green 




3 
17 






2 
9 


1 




1 
2 






64 


1949. . . 


65 
66 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 




9 
33 






2 

18 


10 




1 
10 






67 
68 


acres grown with other crops 1954 — 
1949... 




61 












2 







KENTUCKY 



175 



HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Owsley 


Pendleton 


Perry 


Pike 


Powell 


Pulaski 


Robertson 


Rockcastle 


Rowan 


Russell 


Scott 


Shelby 


Simpson 


Spencer 


Taylor 


Todd 




70 
131 


174 
129 


126 
328 


497 
765 


23 
43 


156 
211 


22 
6 


65 

90 


86 
96 


124 
127 


103 
22 


171 
128 


55 

40 


49 
70 


82 

84 


46 

16 


I 
< 


154 
328 


778 
584 


183 
598 


718 
1,345 


140 
225 


620 

965 


40 
9 


284 
331 


524 
346 


710 
798 


552 
132 


1,004 

771 


351 
405 


339 
620 


503 
631 


264 
111 


3 


54 


16 
58 


2 
15 


4 
16 


5 


16 
11 


15 


13 


3 
3 


50 


28 


68 

42 


13 
26 


11 
42 


18 
27 


10 


5 

6 


1 


1 
2 


7 


11 


4 


3 
3 




3 


9 
2 


4 


1 
1 


2 
2 


7 
11 


7 
8 


1 
7 


5 
9 


8 


2 


12 

4 


14 


8 
31 


39 


14 
24 




20 


233 

12 


18 


15 
5 


26 
18 


101 
243 


49 

109 


3 
34 


21 
83 


9 
IX) 

11 
12 


50 


75 
1O0 


106 


118 
318 


333 


189 
203 




289 


2,582 
65 


198 


225 
75 


275 
200 


675 

5,146 


735 
2,630 


40 
618 


391 
1,244 


13 
14 


70 
116 


165 
126 


100 
320 


484 
675 


23 
40 


145 
189 


22 
6 


60 
86 


69 
90 


122 
123 


85 
20 


160 
114 


47 
29 


36 
60 


79 
78 


40 
7 


15 
16 


152 
296 


734 
569 


142 
583 


687 

1,264 


140 
183 


574 
871 


40 
9 


246 
331 


269 
313 


692 

784 


461 
122 


885 
718 


243 
139 


229 
435 


495 
569 


224 
28 


17 

IS 


34 


16 
58 


2 

15 


13 


5 


16 

2 


15 


13 


3 
3 


50 


26 


59 
24 


9 

26 


34 


12 




19 

20 


213 
438 


1,126 

1,054 


231 

935 


941 
2,004 


181 
222 


798 
1,231 


81 

14 


402 

382 


345 
375 


786 
1,101 


828 
171 


1,452 
1,007 


334 
220 


284 
618 


773 
708 


358 
35 


2". 
22 


io 


3 
3 


25 


6 
25 




8 

13 




2 


1 
4 




5 


9 

6 


1 

2 


5 

5 


2 

1 


2 


23 
24 


32 


24 
9 


!'. 


8 
42 




25 
52 




IB 


1 
10 




23 


80 

13 


21 


53 
76 


1 
16 


7 


2? 
26 


20 






3 




6 












5 
18 


..." 


10 
8 


6 


10 


27 
28 




5 
2 


2 

1 


7 
5 


1 


3 

7 






10 
3 


5 


15 
2 


5 
5 


1 
1 


3 


1 
2 


2 


29 

30 




a 

2 


2 
1 


15 
8 


3 


7 
18 

3 






21 

11 


14 


53 

5 

2 


13 
22 


3 
2 


8 
1 


4 

12 

3 


12 


31 
12 

3 3 
34 


1 


i 


3 


5 


2 
2 


17 
31 


1 


5 

6 


2 
3 


23 
52 


4 
2 


7 

4 


2 

15 


3 
2 


9 
23 


18 
16 


3 5 
31 


1 

8 


2 


17 

"i 

i 

5 


5 

4 

i 

13 


3 
5 


66 
86 

3 

1 

1 
5 

1 
5 

2 
31 




8 
11 

3 

1 
2 

1 
2 

6 
8 


6 
5 


57 
151 

3 
19 

7 
11 

10 
10 

2 
2 

103 
92 


12 

13 

2 


31 
18 


3 

47 

1 

1 


10 
3 

4 


71 
127 


53 
42 

25 

1 
2 

2 

10 
105 


37 

J8 

39 
40 

41 
42 

43 
44 

..; 

.., 

47 

..." 




1 


2 


5 


2 
2 


16 
25 




3 

2 


3 


11 
33 


1 
1 


6 
4 


11 


1 
2 


8 
22 


13 

12 


49 

50 




2 


16 




3 

5 


65 
71 




6 

4 


5 


40 
106 


5 

1 


30 
18 


31 


6 

3 


66 
122 


37 
31 


52 




5 


17 


11 


2 
10 


3 

83 
97 

1 

1 

2 

10 


1 
1 


10 

4 

2 
5 

3 
1 

1 


3 
1 
2 

1 


14 
65 
118 

1 
3 

11 

1 

11 

7 

24 

3 


"g 

1 

1 
1 

2 

12 

2 
5 
2 


54 
26 

1 
1 


29 

2 

2 
16 


4 
3 
16 

1 
3 

1 

1 


98 
126 

1 
1 

2 

1 


38 
38 

4 
14 

5 

11 
15 


' 

54 
55 
X 

57 
58 

59 

60 
61 
62 

63 

i • 

67 
68 



176 



STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES 

County Table 9 (Part 3 of 6) .-SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Trigg 


Trimble 


Union 


Warren 


Washington 


Wayne 


Webster 


Whitley 


Wolfe 


Woodford 




Annual leaunes: 






















1 

2 


Soybeans grown for all 

1949. . . 


83 
57 


110 
87 


174 
198 


164 
141 


40 
26 


71 
102 


324 
364 


115 
128 


45 
64 


20 
28 


3 
4 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 


1,213 
865 


456 

436 


6,870 
7,147 


1,104 
975 


199 
148 


440 
972 


9,158 
9,531 


324 
367 


121 
160 


122 
158 


5 
6 


acres grown with other crops 1954. . . 
1949... 


24 


10 
6 


12 

27 


49 
43 


11 
3 


15 
49 


36 
24 


11 
9 


13 


4 
13 






33 
22 


2 
5 


167 

180 


10 
9 


1 
2 


7 

11 


233 

287 


1 


2 




3 


1949... 




9 

10 


acres grown alone 1954 — 
1949... 


544 
649 


38 
34 


6,487 
6,273 


91 
152 


12 
12 


98 
313 


8,084 
8,129 


2 


7 




11 
12 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 






25 




1 












13 
14 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


7,544 
11,362 


623 

624 


124,848 
95,522 


766 
2,710 


264 
300 


1,580 
3,442 


127, 777 
131,577 


25 


14 








53 
29 


105 
76 


8 
13 


145 
130 


38 
20 


56 
74 


113 
92 


108 
122 


42 
61 


19 


11 


1949... 


26 


17 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


517 

175 


405 
360 


86 
161 


845 
749 


181 
123 


297 
607 


959 
689 


304 
320 


116 
153 


116 
150 


19 
20 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 




6 




47 
43 


11 
2 


49 


12 

10 


7 
9 


13 


4 
13 


21 
22 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


566 
295 


686 
527 


112 

163 


975 
1,331 


309 
196 


346 
607 


1,735 
850 


379 
472 


188 
154 


200 
230 


23 
24 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 


I 


2 


1 
9 


9 




4 
7 


6 
7 


5 
4 


1 


1 


25 
26 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


133 
26 


6 
2 


20 
127 


158 
55 




17 
51 


31 
20 


2 
18 


1 


"a 


27 
- ! 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 


24 


10 


■ 2 


2 




10 


9 


.. A . 






29 


Plowed under for green 


2 

2 


2 
5 


:_.. 


3 


1 


5 

1 


9 
48 


8 


2 


2 


30 


1949... 




31 
32 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


19 
15 


7 
40 


277 
586 


10 
19 


13 


28 

1 


84 
693 


18 
27 


..t 


6 


33 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 






12 






5 


15 
8 








35 


Cowpeas grown for all purposes, except for fresh 
market, or for canning, freezing, or other 


2 

6 


2 
3 




20 
52 


1 


2 
13 


14 
22 


9 
41 


1 




36 


1949... 


2 


37 
38 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


12 


11 
8 




115 
224 


1 


12 

72 


50 
135 


10 
61 


1 


17 


39 
40 


acres grown with other crops 1954 . . . 
1949... 




5 




28 




••; 


3 

27 


4 
15 






41 
42 


1949... 


2 

1 






1 




i 


3 
2 


3 

13 






43 
44 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949... 


2 

1 






1 
3 




i 


13 
55 


1 
7 






45 
46 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 
















3 






47 
48 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


7 

1 






10 

15 




9 


55 

1,075 


22 
53 






49 
50 


1949... 


1 
3 


2 
2 




17 
34 




2 
12 


7 
12 


27 


1 


1 


51 
52 


acres grown alone 1954... 
1949... 


2 
7 


11 
8 




86 
154 




12 
55 


11 
66 


7 
39 


1 


-4 


53 
54 
55 
56 


acres grown with other crops 1954... 

1949... 

tons 1954... 

1949... 


6 
12 


13 
17 




12 
75 
235 




12 
54 


10 
74 


11 
49 


2 


2 


57 
58 


Hogged or grazed, or cut for 

1949... 




1 




1 

8 




2 


6 


1 






59 
60 


acres grown alone 1954 .. . 
1949... 








2 
37 




1 


8 








61 


acres erown with other crops 1954... 
1949... 




-5 




12 




2 


8 








63 


Plowed under for green 


1 






1 
10 


1 


1 


3 


12 






64 


1949... 




65 
66 


acres grown alone 1954 . . . 
1949. . . 


... 






26 

30 


1 


15 


6 


15 




13 


67 


acres grown with other jrops 1954. . . 
1949... 














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(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Adair 


Allen 


Anderson 


Ballard 


Barren 


Bath 


Bell 


Boone 




Bay crop*, eiclodinc soybeaa, cowpea. and sarraaa 

hay (see text): 


1,445,996 
1,639,932 


25,035 
27,849 


18,132 
21,463 


12,346 
12,790 


7,460 
11,182 


jl . ■•.- 
37,943 


10,266 
10,608 


1,526 

1.087 


14,871 
14,806 


2 


1949... 


3 


Alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures cut for nay 

1949... 


24,910 
29,903 


72 
116 


118 
355 


516 
587 


12 
53 


355 
613 


299 
263 


16 

19 


433 
472 


: 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


214,601 
229,899 


462 
742 


630 
1,775 


4,270 
4,523 


92 
366 


2,853 
4,199 


1,879 
1,354 


86 
47 


3,782 
3,421 


7 
9 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


397,041 
454,764 


801 
1,220 


984 

3,144 


6,329 
7,639 


135 
591 


4,904 
8,687 


2,917 
2,457 


113 
68 


7,106 
6,128 


9 

10 


tons 1954... 


1,006 
17,113 




3 

13 


24 
149 




100 


8 
55 




7 

118 


u 

L2 


Clover, timothy, and mixtures of clover and 

1949... 


30,005 
33,153 


323 
325 


143 
178 


225 

230 


65 
76 


458 
481 


407 
510 


89 

84 


401 

410 


13 

14 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


322,603 
355,939 


3,409 

4,285 


1,270 
1,327 


2,175 
1,943 


929 
918 


1 
5,799 


4,249 
4,955 


476 
319 


5,319 
5,230 


13 

It. 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


373,807 
420,895 


3,653 
5,094 


1,383 
1,609 


1,988 
2,193 


1,174 


6,096 
6,597 


4,772 
5,324 


545 
335 


6,090 
5,759 


17 

1? 


Sold farms reporting 1954... 

tons 1954... 


1,180 
13,854 


12 
97 


2 
9 


10 
69 


6 
56 


9 

108 


28 
207 




8 
64 


19 




45,028 
73,432 


1,259 
1,440 


748 
1,257 


313 
413 


290 
535 


986 


238 

367 


78 
95 


198 


20 


1949... 


275 


a 

2 


acres .^54... 
1949... 


496,335 
837,937 


15,400 
17,486 


8,886 
14,839 


3,693 
5,188 


4,203 
8,091 


10,540 
17,970 


2,552 
3,688 


308 
362 


2,287 
3,279 


23 
34 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


474,784 
1,007,861 


13,077 
18,635 


5,967 
16,379 


3,135 
5,626 


4,317 
10,545 


8,397 
20,944 


2,487 
3,499 


365 
445 


2,107 
3,632 


25 
26 


tons 1954... 


2,032 
20,307 




23 
189 


10 
59 


22 

251 


22 

174 


22 
228 


3 
7 


4 
41 


27 


Oats, wheat, barley, rye, or other email grains 


27,033 
6,735 


489 
87 


420 
115 


216 

44 


38 
7 


937 
105 


185 
88 


22 

18 


192 


28 


1949... 


63 


29 

it 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


212,177 
44,246 


4,048 
1,009 


728 


1,217 
210 


370 
78 


8,302 
764 


1,073 
472 


122 
39 


1,560 
513 


31 

J. 


tons 1954... 
1949... 


255,628 
43,083 


3,984 

957 


3,359 
692 


1,462 
218 


411 
60 


768 


1,237 
412 


145 
37 


1,680 
507 


3J 




683 

7,987 


81 


5 
52 


6 
23 


2 

28 


14 
134 


7 
65 




4 


J4 


tons 1954... 


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