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U. S. SUPT. OF DOCUMENTS 



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Vol. Ill-pt. 1 



MULTIPLE-UNIT 
OPERATIONS 



SPECIAL REPORTS 





1954 

Census 

of 

Agriculture 

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE • BUREAU OF THE CENSUS . WASHINGTON • T956 



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U. S. Department of Commerce 

Sinclair Weeks, Secretary 

Bureau of the Census 

Robert W Burgess Director 



Volume III 
SPECIAL REPORTS 

Part I 

Multiple-Unit Operations 



United States 

Census 

of 

Agriculture: 

1954 



Prepared under the.supervision of 
RAY HURLEY 

Chief, Agriculture Division 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS • 

CHARACTERISTICS • COMPARISONS WITH ALL FARMS • 

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Superintendent of Documents 

JAN 4 - 1S57 





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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 
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. Burke, 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. Batschelet, 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 



SUGGESTED IDENTIFICATION 

U. S. Bureau of the Census. U. S. Census of Agriculture : 195b. Vol. Ill, Special Reports, 
Part 1, Multiple-Unit Operations. 
U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C, 1956. 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 
25, D. C, or any of the Field Offices of the Department of Commerce, Price $4.50(paper cover) 



PREFACE 



Volume III, Special Reports, comprises a group of special compilations and summaries 
of data from the 1954 Census of Agriculture and related surveys. Part 1 of Volume III, 
"Multiple-unit Operations," presents statistics for specified counties and State economic 
areas in 12 Southern States and Missouri on the number and characteristics of multiple-unit 
operations, farms in multiple units, and farms not in multiple units. Comparable data from 
the 1950 Census of Agriculture are also shown. 

Farming units operated by croppers, even though these cropper units are parts or subunits 
of larger operating units, have been considered as separate farms in the various Censuses 
of agriculture. The compilation of data on the basis of multiple units provides statistics 
for operating units larger than farms. Information presented in this report was obtained 
for specified counties in the Southern States and Missouri by the use of a special Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire in addition to the Agriculture Questionnaire. 

This compilation of data for multiple units was made as a part of the 1954 Census of 
Agriculture. The 1954 Census "f Agriculture was taken in conformity with the Act of 
Congress (Title 13, United States Code) approved August 31, 1954, which includes provision 
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. Dnderwood, 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, Agri- 
culture Division, and Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant chief. They were assisted by Hilton 
EI, Uobison, Orvin L. Wilhite, Hubert L. Collins, Benjamin J. Tepping, Lois Hutchison, Carl 
R. Nyman, J. Thomas Breen, Robert A. Overton, M. Vincent Lindquist, Russell V. Oliver, 
Charles F. Frazier, Gladys L. Eagle, Orville M. Slye, Gaylord G. Green, Harold N. Cox, and 
Henry A. Tucker. 

The editing and coding of the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, the preparation of the 
tables and other material, and much of the analysis for this report were done under the 
supervision of William A. Wright. 

September 1956 



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 .lersev. 


14 


Delaware and Maryland. 


27 


Montana. 




Pennsylvania. 


15 


Virginia and West Virginia. 


28 


Idaho. 




East North Central: 


16 


North Carolina and South 


29 


Wyoming and Colorado. 


3 

4 
5 


Ohio. 

Indiana. 

Illinois. 




Carolina. 


30 


New Mexico and Arizona. 


17 
18 


Georgia. 
Florida. 


31 


Utah and Nevada. 
Pacific: 




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, \ ears 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 


IX 


Value of Farm Products. 






Cash Rent. 


X 


Color, Race, and Tenure of Farm Operator. 




V 


Size of Farm. 


XI 


Economic Class of Farm. 




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 si>ecial 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 
U. 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 2S 
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. 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



CONTENTS 



Introduction 

Pacio»s fctrtqg v*FC ,. mvi ,..,; ;.,,.., ,;e-«.,o,i s 

l "iple-unit operations 

History of Census enumeration of multiple units 

Preparatory work for the 1950 Census 

Adoption of the landlord-tenant approach for the 1950 and" 

1954 Censuses 

The questionnaires 

The enumeration 

Enumeration of land in more than one enumeration district'or'county ' 

Problems in the enumeration of multiple -unit operations 

Office procedures 

Office -constructed questionnaires 



XJ 

XII 
XII 
XIII 
XIII 

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xv 

XVI 



DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 



The multiple -unit area. 



A home farm „ 55 J 

Tenant8 : '" mi 

XVII 
XVII 
XVII 
XVII 



Croppers 

Snare tenants 

Other tenants 

A farm 



Farms in multiple units t^ttj 

Farms not in multiple units ! Oyfi 

Multiple-unit operator „:: 

Farm operator ....""!! yvt t 

Units, farms, or operators reporting !!!!!!!!!!! XVII 

Land owned and land rented from others yvttt 

loomed :::::::::::::::: win 

Land rented from others rlnii 

Land in the landlord-tenant operation yvttt 

Land in the multiple unit ilj;: 

Land in farms !!!!!!!! yvt ft 

Cropland harvested yvttt 

Crops harvested yvttt 

Horses and mules „„ll 



CLASSIFICATION OF MULTIPLE UNITS 



Multiple units by size 

Multiple units by color and tenure of operator!!.'!.'!!!.'! 

Full owners 

Part owners \ 

Managers !!.'!!! !.!!!! 

Tenant multiple-unit operators ! 

Multiple uni ts by type of farm !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Multiple units by acres of cropland harvested !!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Multiple units by number of subunits ! 

Multiple units by kind of tenants In the landlord-tenant 'operatic 

Croppers only 

Croppers and share tenants, wit^'o^'without'other'tenants!!'" 
Croppers and tenants other than share tenants only 



XVIII 

XVIII 

XVTII 

XVIII 

XVIII 

XVIII 

XVIII 

XIX 

XIX 

XIX 

XIX 

XIX 

XIX 



PRESENTATION OF THE STATISTICS 



Summary data for the selected multiple-unit area y T y 

State data " A 

county data !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! vty 



PRESENTATION OF THE STATISTICS-Continued 



State economic area data.... 

ll^J^T^Vt data for the W^'multipie-unit'area".*: 
Reliability of data 

Comparability of multiple-unit'statistics'for'iwi'^th" 
prior Censuses 



Multiple-unit areas in States in which cropper information was 

obtained : 1954 and 1950 

Percent of landlord -tenant operations containing'muitip^e'urdts,"l954 
Land in multiple units as a percent of all land in farms, 1954 

Croppers as a percent of all tenants, 1954 

Cropper subunits in multiple units as a percent of 'ail 'croppers "l954 

Average number of subunits per multiple unit, 1954 ., 

Subunits in multiple units as a percent of all farms, "wsi! !.'! ! 

Multiple units containing home farm and one cropper only as 'a 

percent of all multiple units, 1954 

Subunits in multiple units containing home farm'and "one 'cropper 

only as a percent of total subunits in all multiple units, 1954 
Average acreage of cropland harvested per multiple unit, 1954 

Acreage of cropland harvested in multiple units as a percent of 

total cropland harvested, 1954.... 

Subunits in multiple units reporting cotton'as'a'percent'of 'aii 

faras reporting cotton, 1954 

Farms not in multiple units reporting cotton'as'a'perceni'of 'aii 

farms reporting cotton, 1954 

Cotton acreage harvested as percent of 'totai' cropland 'harvested 

lor multiple-unit operations, 1954 

Cotton acreage harvested in multiple units'as'a'percent 

of total cotton acreage harvested, 1954.. 

Corn acreage harvested for grain in multiple 'unit's' as 'a'perceni 

ol total corn acreage harvested for grain L95. 

Corn acreage harvested for grain as a percent of totai 

cropland harvested, for multiple-unit operations, 1954 

Rice acreage harvested in multiple units as a percent of 

total rice acreage harvested, 1954 

Rice acreage harvested as a percent of total' cropland' harvested! 

for multiple-unit operations, 1954 

P 1954 nt ° f loultlple " unlt operations reporting 'horses 'aiid/or 'mules,' 

Percent of multiple-unit operations reporting 'horses 'and'/or 'mules" 
Census of 1950 "■"==, 



XXII 

XXIII 
XXIII 
XXIV 
XXIV 
XXV 
XXV 

XXVI 



percent of all 



a percent of all 



percent of total 



XXVII 

XXVIII 

XXVIII 

XXIX 

XXIX 

XXX 

XXX 

XXXI 

XXXI 

XXXII 

XXXII 



XXXIII 



XXXIII 



XXXIV 



XXXIV 



Number of horses and mules on multiple units as 

horses and mules, 1954 

Number of horses and mules -on multiple u 

horses and mules : Census of 1950 

Tobacco acreage not in multiple units as "a 'percent 'of 'total 'tobacco ' 

acreage, 1954 

Tobacco acreage harvested in multiple units as' 

tobacco acreage harvested, 1954 

Tobacco acreage harvested as a percent 'of 'total "cropland 'harvested," 

for multiple-unit operations, 1954 yjocv 

Tobacco acreage harvested as a percent of total cropiand 'harvested 

for multiple-unit operations: Census of 1950 xxxv 

Peanut acreage harvested for picking or threshing as 'a percent of 

total cropland harvested, for multiple-unit operations, 1954 XXXVI 

Peanut acreage harvested for picking, or threshing in multiple units 
1 • percent of total peanut acreage harvested for picking or 

XXXVI 



threshing, 1954. 



SUMMARY TABLES 
Summary Table- 

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*■ Ji™ or^^^^^ 

5 '_ p censu^efo? f i9l4 £5"J4 3 £?! ple mit3 ' f ™'^'^"^'^^"^''™'^^'^"p>'^ta;" r ^^^-^m;ri^;^^to; 

6 ' 'bTsmes^ensL'e^ 

7. -Multiple-unit operations, by size of unit: Censuses 'of 'l954 'and '1956! 

8. -Specified averages for multiple-unit operations, by size of unit: Censuses of 'i^'anaWSo!" W^"] ! 



(V) 



VI 



CONTENTS 



SUMMARY TABLES— Continued 



9. — Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by size of unit, with percent of cropland harvested represented by specified crops: 

Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

10. — Multiple-unit operations, by color and tenure of operator: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

11. — Specified averages for multiple -unit operations, by color and tenure of operator: Censuses of 195-4 and 1950 

12. — Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by color and tenure of operator, with percent of cropland harvested represented by specified 

crops : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

13. — Multiple-unit operations, by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

14. — Specified averages for multiple-unit operations, by type of farm: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

15. — Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by type of farm, with cropland harvested represented by specified crops: Censuses 

of 1954 and 1950 

16. — Multiple-unit operations, by acres of cropland harvested: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

17. — Specified averages for multiple -unit operations, by acres of cropland harvested: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

18. — Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by acres of cropland harvested, with percent of cropland harvested represented by specified 

crops : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

19.— Multiple -unit operations, by number of sub units : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

20.— Specified averages for multiple -unit operations, by number of subunits : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

21.— Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by number of subunits, with percent of cropland harvested represented by specified crops: 

Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

, 22 . — Multiple-unit operations, by kind of tenants in landlord- tenant operation : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

23.— Specified averages for multiple-unit operations, by kind of tenants in landlord -tenant operation: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

24.— Percent distribution of multiple-unit operations, by kind of tenants in landlord -tenant operation, with percent of cropland harvested 

represented by specified crops : Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

25. — Farms in multiple-unit areas reporting cotton by number of acres harvested and number of bales harvested: Census of 1954..".". \\\ '.".".".".*.*."/.*. *".".*. 
26. — Multiple units reporting cotton by number of acres harvested and number of bales harvested: Census of 1954 



TABLES FOR COUNTIES AND STATE ECONOMIC AREAS 



State maps and tables 


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55 


117 


167 


P 2$e 
189 


Page 
271 


337 


Page 
397 


Pate 
459 


Pa£i> 
481 


Pnie 
565 


PaiP. 
623 


675 


Piie 
729 


County Table— 

1.— Multiple-unit operations: Censuses of 

1954 and 1950 

Economic Area Table — 

1. — Multiple-unit operations, by size of unit: 


56 

62 

72 
82 
92 

102 

112 


118 

122 

130 
138 
146 

154 

162 


168 

170 

174 
178 
181 
184 

187 


190 

204 

216 
228 
240 
252 

264 


272 

282 

292 
302 
312 
322 

332 


338 

344 

354 
364 
374 
382 

391 


398 

406 

416 
426 
435 
444 

453 


461 

462 

466 
470 
473 

479 


482 

490 

504 
518 
531 
544 

557 


566 

570 

580 
590 
599 
608 

617 


624 

630 

638 
646 
654 
662 

670 


676 
684 

692 

700 
708 
716 

724 


731 
736 


2. — Multiple-unit operations, by color and 
tenure of operator : Censuses of 1954 


744 


3. — Multiple-unit operations, by type of farm: 


752 


4. — Multiple-unit operations, by acres of crop- 
land harvested: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 

5.— Multiple-unit operations, by number of 

6.— Multiple -unit operations, by kind of 
tenants in landlord -tenant operation: 


759 
766 







1954 Agriculture Questionnaire (Al) 778 

1954 Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire (A3) 782 

Excerpts from the Enumerator ' s Instruction Book 783 



INTRODUCTION 

(VII) 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Introduction. — The landholdiugs of many landlords comprise 
two or more farms according to the Census Bureau definition of 
a farm. If a landlord has two or more sharecroppers or other 
classes of tenants, the portion operated oy each is considered a 
separate Census farm. Likewise, if a portion is retained by the 
landlord for his own use, that, also, is a separate farm. 

There are many landlords in the South having two or more 
farms, as defined by the Census, who think of all of their land- 
holdings as representing one operational unit. This may be be- 
cause the landlord follows an over-all rotation practice for the 
cropland ; because of a community use of the pastureland by 
livestock of the landlord and tenants ; because of the joint use of 
machinery and work stock owned by the landlord ; or because of 
other joint ventures such as the purchase of, or sharing in the 
cost of, fertilizer, feed, seed, and other supplies. The landlord's 
concept that all of his land comprises one operational unit is given 
support if he supervises the activities of his tenants, especially 
the seeding, cultivating, and harvesting of crops. If the land- 
lord makes the decisions in respect to marketing the crops, even 
though he has only a part interest in them, he has a stronger 
reason for thinking of all of his land as one unit. An operational 
unit which does not, in the mind of the landlord, coincide with 
the Census definition of a farm, is usually, but not always, one 
in which the landlord provides the capital and management and 
the tenant provides the labor for carrying on the farming opera- 
tions. In most cases, such tenants are sharecroppers. 

The argument has been advanced that sharecroppers are hired 
laborers and, therefore, are not farm operators Comparisons 
of geographic, economic, and social data, based on averages or 
percentages for all farms with croppers included, are significantly 
affected by data for croppers in the areas in which sharecroppers 
predominate. 

Sharecroppers are more than hired laborers since they shun' 
in production costs, risks, and rewards. Even though the land 
lord provides the initial outlay for operating capital, the tenant 

eventually pays for his share of such costs unless the agreed 
upon share of the crop which the tenant receives is fixed at a 
smaller percentage to compensate the landlord tor his larger con- 
tribution. If the crop Is a i r one or prices are low. the cropper's 

cash receipts are reduced substantially. On the other hand, if 
the crop is a bumper one and prices are good, the cropper should 
be In a better economic position than If he had received cash 
wages only. Moreover, it is not unusual for a cropper who sup 
plies little or no out-of-pocket expenses for production to be 
partially or wholly on his own in respect to conducting all opera- 
tions in connection with making a crop. It seems reasonable, 
then, for the Census to consider sharecroppers to he tenant-farm 
operators. It follows that the land assigned to each should be 
treated as a separate Census farm. However, the Census has 
recognized the need for statistics regarding the characteristics 
and operations of those larger over-all operating units which ap- 
pear to contain two or more Census-defined farms. Therefore, 
supplemental reporting forms have been used in several of the 
enumerations to get additional facts about what have recently 
been termed "multiple-unit operations" or "multiple units." 

The concept of an operational unit which differs from a 
Census-defined farm is difficult to establish for general and com- 



parable application. Field tests indicated that subjective criteria 
regarding the operational unit, such as the extent of an over-all 
rotation practice and the amount of supervision exercised by 
the landlord over the farming operations and over the market- 
ing of the crops, cannot be applied effectively. On the other 
hand, objective criteria, such as the furnishing of work animals 
and/or tractor power by the landlord and the kind of rent paid, 
can he more easily understood and applied. It is these latter 
criteria which the Census has used in order to furnish supple- 
mental data for operational units which differ from Census- 
detined farms. 

Among individual landlords, contributions to production, 
whether in capital or management, may vary greatly for their 
respective tenants. Thus, a given landlord may rent land to one 
or more tenants for cash and not concern himself with the crop 
ping operations ; he may rent his land on a share basis to tenants 
who furnish their own work stock or tractor power, tillage tools, 
and harvesting equipment ; or he may arrange to have his land 
worked on shares by persons who are not financially able to 

assume any costs of production other than those represented by 
their own labor and that of other members id' their family. 
Some of these persons shaving in the crop production, whether 
or not financially able to hear production costs other than labor, 
may be given no supervision; others may be given limited super- 
vision; while still others are instructed or supervised daily in 

their current activities. Generally, the greater the contribution 
hy the landlord, the greater Is the need for him to maintain 
control over the production and marketing activities, especially 

those Concerned with the growing of the cash I lops 

Factors giving rise to multiple-unit operations. — The type of 
operational unit, which < iprlses two or more Census-defined 

farms, is not widely found outside the South, except possibly in a 
limited number of father-son operations. Even in the South, 
there is :i great variation among States, and among counties 

within a state, in the Frequency of occurrence of operational 

units which might he thought of as c prising two or more Census 

f.tiuis. The differences in application of the terms "operational 

unit" and "I 'cnsiis defined farm" are most pronounced in cotton 
and tobacco-growing areas. 

The multiple-unit type of operation was largely an outgrowth 
of the changeover from slavery to "freedmen" and the rehabili- 
tation ,.f s,,ldiers following the Civil War. This arrangement, 
growing out of the conditions following the war, permitted the 
landowner and workers to continue to farm the same land re- 
sources. The former slaves, with little opportunity for earning 
a livelihood except on the land of their former owners or that of 
nearby owners, continued to look to the plantation owner for 
direction and subsistence. With neither funds nor credit for 
paying a cash wage, the plantation owner paid his workers a part 
of the crop. 

After the Civil War, the multiple-unit type of operation soon 
became common throughout much of the Old South, with laud- 
lords employing white as well as Negro tenants. Under the 
multiple-unit system, the landowner provided the land, man- 
agement, work stock, and equipment. The worker or tenant pro 
vided the labor, his own and that of his family. The landlord 
made advances to the worker for food and other expenses. Cash 

IX 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



expenditures for production were most often shared equally the 
tenant's share being paid for by the landlord and representing 
an advance against the tenant's share of the crop. The crop also 
was usually shared equally, the landlord deducting from the 
tenant's share all advances made against the crop. 

Because of their high labor requirements, cotton and tobacco 
have been the crops best suited to joint ventures by landlord and 
tenant In their culture, it is not necessary for the landlord to 
risk the large amounts of capital which would be required under 
a wage system Risks of production are shared by the tenants. 
The landlord, through his management and close supervision of 
the tenants, can exercise control over farming practices. Han- 
dling the entire landholding as one management unit permits some 
economies of large-scale operation which would not be possible 
if each tenant operated independently. Sharing in the proceeds 
from the crop, the tenant is less likely to leave before the crop us 
marketed. Workers, without funds or managerial experience to 
set themselves up as independent farm operators, can engage in 



farming, sharing in the proceeds from their labor in the same 
manner as independent tenants. 

Impact of mechanization on multiple-unit operations.— The 
number of multiple-unit operations and the number of subunits 
(this number coincides closely with the number of Census-defined 
farms) comprising the larger operational holdings has been de- 
creasing. Acreage allotments, mechanization, and expanding 
and more attractive opportunities for off-farm employment, par- 
ticularly in periods of generally declining farm income, have been 
responsible, in part, for the movement of agricultural workers 
from the land. But, in the past 5-year period, the decrease in 
multiple units and subunits has been in the number of units en- 
gaged in cotton production while the number growing tobacco has 
not changed. The figures, shown in the accompanying text table, 
indicate in a general manner what has occurred in the number 
of farms (or units) producing cotton and tobacco and the acreage 
harvested for each of these crops. 



1954. 
1949. 
1944. 



United States, total 



Multiple unit, total 



Farms 
reporting 



1934 ----- - 1.920,123 

1929 I 1,986,726 



18,858.145 
26, 599, 263 
18.961,891 
22,811,004 
26, 753, 697 
43, 227, 488 



21 8 
2;i 9 
15.6 
[-1 :t 
13.9 
21 B 



(NA) 
531,922 
4911. 585 
498, 348 
422,166 
432. 975 



1,557,039 
1,532,298 
1,630,221 
1,853,230 
1,237,117 
1,888,365 



276.1129 
351,991 
452, 125 
545. 660 
722, 321 
783,459 



Subunits 
reporting 



241,954 
301,676 
(NA) 
(NA) 
NA) 
(NA) 



4.127.689 
5.772,941 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



17.1 
19.1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



114.223 
110,121 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



440, 106 

404,671 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



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



^otl^Tc^sV.TsZ^I^ and seven counties of Missouri for ail 

Increased mechanization of all phases of cotton production has 
eliminated the need for much manual labor. The shifting of the 
center of cotton production from the Old South toward the South- 
west and the West, where labor has been scarce and where larger 
acreages and more level land exist, has favored the increased 
use of machines. Cotton and tobacco have been the crops most 
closely associated with multiple-unit operations and it now ap- 
pears that cotton culture is becoming less dependent on joint 
ventures of landlords and their tenants. The number of man- 
hours required to produce and harvest a crop seems to be the 



years except 1929 (Census year 1930). For 1930 the total Is for the South only. 

most important factor in the past and in the changing situation. 
Surveys have been conducted by the United States Department 
of Agriculture to determine production practices and man-labor, 
power machinery, and material requirements for some of the 
important crops in selected type-of-farming areas throughout the 
United States. There is a striking contrast in the labor require- 
ments for cotton and tobacco production on the one hand and 
corn and wheat on the other. Corn and wheat were once har- 
vested with crude hand-tools and the modern corn picker and 
grain combine evolved through years of change and experimenta- 



Southern Piedmont (North Carolina, South Carolina, 
Georgia, and Alabama) 



High Plains of Texas.. 



1948 
and 
1952 



High Plains of Texas (.irrigated) . 



Tobacco (flue-cured).. 



Eastern North Carolina and South Carolina (cotton, 
tobacco, and general farming) 



High Plains of Texas, Oklahoma, and Southwest 
Kansas 



Central Kansas. 



1948 
and 
1952 



Tractor- Horse- Truck- 

Man-hours hours per (or mule-) and auto- 
acre hours per hours per 
acre 



6.23 
4.15 



2.08 

1.86 
0.22 



47.30 
47.30" 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XI 



tion. The data in the accompanying table illustrate the relative 
requirements, in the recent past, in respect to man-hours, tractor- 
hours, and work stock-hours per acre for these crops in a few 
selected areas. ( Very favorable areas for mechanized corn and 
wheat culture were selected purposely. ) 

Generally speaking, tobacco growing requires four times as 
many man-hours per acre as does cotton. Cotton requires 5 to 20, 
or even more, times the man-hours as corn and wheat. The 
tractor, the mechanical cotton picker, chemical defoliants and 
weedkillers, and airplane dusting and spraying are taking much 
of the drudgery out of cotton growing. If and when these im- 
proved machines and methods are in general use, the productivity 
per man-hour for cotton farms will be greatly increased, A 
comparison of the relative amount of man-labor input for a 
highly mechanized area in the High Plains of Texas versus 
eastern areas where more human resources are utilized, indicates 
significant possibilities for change. 

Tobacco is a crop for which the human labor requirements are 
still large. The number of subunits engaged in its production 
lias not changed materially in recent years. The fact that ears, 
and even grains, of corn and bolls of cotton are mechanically 
harvested suggests that it like change may come about for the 
harvest of the tobacco leaf. A start has been made. Even coin 
plete mechanization of tobacco culture is a possibility if a 
machine can i"- developed that will economically spear the leaves 

for barn curing. If this latter ste]i could lie bypassed, perhaps 
by machine shredding of the leaves, the need for much hand labor 
could be eliminated. The upward trend in farm production, in 
general, seems to BUggest thai a reduction may come In the number 
of cropper farms engaged in tobacco growing. 

History of Census enumeration of multiple units. — For Census 
purposes, each tenant operation has always been considered a 
separate farm. Therefore, it was but natural that, beginning 
with the first Census following the Civil War, that of 1870, each 
of the portions of a plantation occupied bj the former sla\es 
should be considered a separate farm. 

lies for larger operational units iii the South were not 
obtained until the Census of 1910. In that Census, the statistics 
for farms, as defined by the Census, were supplemented by special 
statistics for plantations. 

In the following Census of Agriculture, that of 1920, there was 

al enumeration of plantations oi multiple units as such. 
However, the reports for the 1920 Census presented separately, 
for the first time, a classification of tenants closely associated 
with the plantation or multiple-unit type o These 

tenants were designated a croppers. Although they were de 

scribed in the reports for that Census as being under a greater 
degree of supervision by the landlord than regular share tenants, 

the Classification of croppers was made solely on the basis of their 
being share tenants to whom the landlord furnished all the work 

animals. Since 1920, croppers have been designated in much 

the v; manner However, in 1945 and thereafter, the deter 

miiiation of cropper farms lias been made largelj on the basis of 
work power furnished, with less attention being given to whether 
the land was rented on a share basis. In the Census of 1040, 
the Inquiry in respect to power furnished by the landlord was 

broadened to include tractor power. In (lie last two censuses 
the Inquiry was worded, "Does the landlord furnish ALL the 
work animals or tractor power (as a part of his share in the 
operation of this place)?" 

After 1910, no further attempt to enumerate plantations or 
multiple units as operational units was made until 1940 when 
special plantation questionnaires were obtained during the 
enumeration. In 104"), 1950, and 1954, there has been an 
enumeration of multiple-unit operations. The statistics for 
multiple units or plantations for the 1054, 1950, 1945, 1940, and 
1910 Censuses were prepared for the purpose of supplementing 
the basic reports of the Census of Agriculture in order to indi- 
cate more fully the organization of Southern agriculture. How- 



ever, differences in definitions and procedures, and in the area 
included, have made difficult comparisons of the data for these 
years and the measuring of changes. 

A presentation of the criteria used in the three censuses prior 
to 1950 for enumerating operational units larger than farms 
follows. The criteria used in 1950 and 1954 are given separate 
treatment under succeeding topical headings. The comparability 
of the data for all years is covered later under the title, 
"comparability of multiple-unit statistics for 1954 with prior 
Censuses." 

Prior to 1954, a different approach was used in each attempt to 
enumerate plantation or multiple-unit agriculture. At that time, 
more consideration was given to size of operation than at present. 
Apparently, the connotation implied by the word, "plantation," 
was uppermost in the mind of the planners. 

In 1910, the Census Bureau adopted the following definition of 
what was termed a tenant plantation: 

"A tenant plantation is a continuous tract of land of con- 
siderable area under the general supervision or control of a 
single individual or tirm. all or a part of such tract being divided 
into at least rive smaller tracts, which are leased to tenants." 
For the 1940 Census, a compilation of data for plantations was 
made, using tin' following definition: 

"A plantation (as here used I comprises a continuous tract 
or closely adjacent tracts of land on which five or more farm 
families (including at least one cropper or tenant family I are 
regularly employed, and which tracts are operated as a single 
working unit in respect to a central farm headquarters and to 

II ontrol "f labor, cropping Systems, and farming operations. 

Thus, a plantation should include all the land worked from a 
central farm headquarters With croppers, wage labor, or the 
operator's family labor, plus any additional land, worked by 
share' or other tenants, that may be part of the operation of the 
unit or plantation as a whole." 

By 1945. the idea of "large size" and "plantation" no longer 
predominated. There seemed to be more stress on the Inclusion 
of a cropper farm with al least one other subunit. However. 

the inclusion of a cropper operation was still not a positive re 

quirement. Two or more subunits had to be handled as a single- 

enterprise. 'the term multiple-unit operation supplanted 

plantation, though the hitter term was used sparingly. The 1945 

definition follows : 

"A multiple-unit operation is one in which two or more 
subunits are handled as a single farm enterprise. It usually 

Involves supervision of cropper or tenant operations ami cen- 
tral centred of such Itei t Work power, 
machinery and equipment, crop rotation, or purchase of sup 
plies. A multiple-Unit operation consists of two or more sub 
units, one of which must be a Cropper or tenant operation under 

the close supervision of the multiple unit operator. One of the 

subunits may consist of land worked by the operator, hi- family . 

or wage bands, Plantations should usually be reported as 

multiple unit operations." 

Preparatory work for the 1950 Census. — It has been generally 
recognized that there have been wide variations in the organiza- 
tion Of the multiple-unit type of landlord beddings. It was also 
common knowledge thai the amount of supervision varied widely 
from landlord t.. landlord and, also, among subunits for the same 
landlord. However, there was not an unanimity as to the ease 
or the method of differentiating what should be treated as mul- 
tiple unit types of operation as distinct from "farms" and even 
from landlord-tenant holdings. 

At the approach of the time for preparing questionnaires ana 
procedures for the 1950 enumeration, it was the belief in the 
Census Bureau that the best case for a supplementary reporting 
form for the South was i/i for its use to Improve the statistics 
through reducing the possibility of duplication or omission of 
information for Census farms and I ..' I it should provide data at a 

level of operation comparable with those gathered for other 
sect ions of the United states. This seemed to suggest that share- 
croppers and the home farms, nothing more, should be grouped 
in order to approach universal comparability. The restriction of 
what should constitute a multiple-unit operation, as thus outlined, 
was not immediately acceptable to some users of Census data. 



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MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



These persons continued to hold that an operating unit should be 
something more inclusive. 

In 1948, a subcommittee consisting of technicians from the 
Bureau of the Census and from the Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics, United States Department of Agriculture, was appointed 
to do some field testing. Members of this group visited several 
typical multiple-unit areas. In each of these areas they were 
joined by representatives of the State Office of Agricultural 
Estimates of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United 
States Department of Agriculture. In Alabama and Texas, they 
were also assisted by a specialist from the State Agricultural 
College. To begin with, there was a general agreement to test 
whether a multiple unit could be so defined and enumerated that 
it would include all land operated by closely supervised tenants 
on a particular landholding plus any land retained and operated 
by the landlord. 

This subcommittee tried numerous questions and approaches to 
determine which tenants should be included as a part of a mul- 
tiple unit. The most satisfactory single inquiry was that on 
work power. This is the type of information upon which the 
Census has placed most reliance in determining the cropper group 
of tenants. The characteristics of dependent tenants, other than 
croppers, varied from area to area and even from landholding to 
landholding in the same locality. Criteria for their determina- 
tion, which would work in one area would not work in another. 
In one variation, dependent tenants were furnished all the fer- 
tilizer by the landlord in lieu of work power (i. e., the tenant 
furnished his own work power), the crop being split 50-50, the 
same as for croppers. In another variation, the tenant owned the 
work animals and paid cash rent, but the landlord actually pro- 
vided the credit for the purchase of the work animals and held 
a mortgage on such work stock until paid for out of the crop. 
Also, "furnish" was provided these tenants in the form of < ash 
or credit advances in the same manner as for croppers. The in- 
troduction of tractor farming in the plantation area had resulted 
in a number of variations in the cropper system including a 
"through and through" operation whereby most operations are 
performed for the entire acreage without regard to the land 
assigned to the several tenants. Under such an arrangement, the 
tractor drivers were usually wage hands and the landlord made 
a charge for the tractor work performed for each tenant. 

The possibility of using the share of crops paid as rent as the 
basis for determining the closely supervised tenants was not 
feasible because of the numerous variations from the traditional 
"half and half" arrangement. Determination of the dependent 
tenants by the terms used locally for these classes of tenants was 
impracticable because of the variations and inadequacy of the 
terms used in different areas. Leaving the determination to the 
respondent, as in 1045, was not a satisfactory plan. Inquiries 
on extent of supervision and control of sale of crops were not 
capable of bringing forth uniform answers. A change in respond- 
ent or in the questioner could also bring a change in the answer 
for the same situation. 

Adoption of the landlord-tenant approach for the 1950 and 1954 
Censuses. — As a result of the 1948 field testing, the decision was 
made to use, as the supplemental questionnaire for the 1950 
enumeration, one which would require a listing of the entire 
holding of a landlord provided two or more Census-defined farms 
were encompassed. In the composition of this reporting form, 
there were inquiries concerning the furnishing of work power and 
the sharing in the crops or other method of making the rental 
payment. Because of the insistence of several persons acting in 
an advisory capacity, a question was included to ascertain the 
respondent's idea as to which of his tenant operations were 
farmed as a separate operating unit. This latter inquiry was the 
only one which could be variously interpreted by the respondent, 
or by the enumerator in case the latter was asked as to the intent 
of the question. For the guidance of the enumerator the follow- 
ing wording was incorporated in the questionnaire. "A separate 



operating unit is one which is independent of other units with 
respect to planning the use of the cropland ; to the use of ma- 
chinery ; or the purchase of fertilizer, seed, and supplies. The 
tenant, cropper, or renter receives little or no supervision from 
the landlord." 

In 1950, after the matching and harmonizing of the two types 
of questionnaires, the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was 
examined to determine if the landlord holding contained a 
multiple-unit operation. A preliminary study of the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaires indicated that the replies to the inquiry, 
"Is this place farmed as a separate operating unit?" could not 
be used as a satisfactory basis for separating the closely super- 
vised or dependent tenants from those who operated their land 
independently. If the answers to this inquiry had been accepted, 
a large number of cash tenants and share tenants paying one- 
fourth of the crops as rent would have been included in multiple 
units while many of the croppers, even for these same landlords, 
would have been excluded. 

Therefore, it was decided to use the presence of croppers, as 
defined by the Census (all work power furnished by the landlord), 
as the only basis for determining the existence of a multiple unit. 
It was recognized that under this procedure some dependent 
tenants would be excluded from the multiple-unit operations. 
Likewise, a few croppers whose operations were wholly separate 
as tc cropping or rotation practices and who were given little, if 
any, supervision would be included. However, this procedural 
method for determining a multiple unit helped to satisfy those 
who have stressed the lack of geographic comparability resulting 
from the counting of cropper operations as farms. Furthermore, 
since the landlord-tenant holding is something more inclusive 
than a multiple unit, it has been possible to present additional 
statistics both as to the number of landlord-tenant operations 
and as to their composition. 

The 1954 procedure for enumerating both landlord-tenant opera- 
tions and multiple-unit operations matched that used in 1950 
with the exception that the judgment of the respondent in 1954 
was not sought as to whether a given farm was a part of a larger 
operation unit. (As noted, the office processing in 1950 had to 
ignore the judgment inquiry in respect to separate operating units. 
See second paragraph above.) Since the decision as to which 
operations represented multiple units was made during the office 
processing in both 1950 and 1954, the statistics as presented 
herein are reasonably comparable. The few factors making for a 
lack of comparability are outlined in later paragraphs. 

The questionnaires. — In both 1954 and 1950, the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire was used throughout most of the South 
and in several Southeastern counties of Missouri. It was used 
where sharecroppers were most prevalent in cotton-, tobacco-, 
peanut-, and rice-growing areas. It supplemented rather than 
replaced the Agriculture Questionnaire required for each Census- 
defined farm. An Agriculture Questionnaire was required for 
each cropper or tenant other than cropper even though the land- 
lord handled the entire holding essentially as one operating unit. 
The Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was to be filled for the entire 
landlord holding. Thus, the two reporting forms obtained the 
same type of information but for different levels of operation. 

Facsimiles of the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire and of the 
Agriculture Questionnaire for 1954 are shown in the Appendix. 
There were several variations of the Agriculture Questionnaire 
in the multiple-unit area. Most of the variations were in the 
inquiries relating to crops. Inquiries for crops not grown in the 
State and for crops grown only to a very limited extent were 
eliminated from the questionnaire for that State. A facsimile of 
the Agriculture Questionnaire is shown in the Appendix only for 
Alabama and Mississippi. The same version of the question- 
naire was used in these two States. There was only one version 
of the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire for the South and Missouri. 
Since rice and tobacco are not grown in the same areas, a com- 
bined inquiry was used for these two crops. 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XIII 



The Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was designed to serve two 
main purposes. In addition to providing statistical information 
for operations by persons who farm their land with tenants, in- 
cluding croppers, it was designed to help in obtaining more ac- 
curate reports for the individual Census farms represented in 
the landlord holding. The 1954 version of the questionnaire, de- 
termined, first, the entire acreage under the control of the land- 
lord whether through ownership, rental or lease, or management 
for others. With this total acreage in the holding as a starting 
point, information was sought, where possible from the person in 
charge, separately for each cropper or other tenant and for the 
residual (or "home farm") portion. Also, for each cropper or 
other tenant, questions had been formulated to secure the acreage 
assigned, the method of rental, and whether the enumerator, who 
was filling the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, or some other enu- 
merator, would be required to secure the Agriculture Question- 
naire. 

In regard to additional information requested for 1954, it was 
recognized that the person in charge of the over-all landholding 
could usually give satisfactory answers for only those tenants 
with whom he shared in the production. For those tenants who 
paid (or received) a share of the crops, these further questions 
pertained to work power furnished by the landlord, number of 
horses and males owned by the landlord but kept on the tenant- 
operated land, acres of cropland harvested on the assigned land, 
and acreage and production of specified crops harvested. 

Following the listing of the name and other required Informa- 
tion for each tenant, a line was set aside for entering combined 
totals for tenants. Another line, Immediately following, was 
provided for the enumerator to enter applicable complementary 
data for the "home farm." There was a final line for the enu- 
merator to enter grand lot;ils, in some columns for the entire 
holding or operation and in other columns for only the combined 
operations of the share tenants (including croppers) and the 
"home farm." 

To aid in checking the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire with the 
matching Agriculture Questionnaires for the tenants and the 
"home farm," a column was provided for entering the Identifying 
line number of each household, from the Enumerator's Record 
Book, for which an Agriculture Questionnaire was required. 
However, this line number would not tic available in tln.se cases 

when the land operated by a tenant was in another enumeration 
district. In such eases, the enumerator tilling the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire was asked to enter the name of the town- 
Ship (or district, precinct, ward, or beat I in which the land was 

located. If the land was in another county, the nat if that 

county was required. 

The enumeration. — Each enumerator was provided with an 
Enumerator's Record Rook in which he was required to list the 
name of the head of each household in his enumeration district. 

For tracts on which n le was living, he was required to list the 

name of the person who rented the land, grew crops on shares, or 
used the land for livestock. If no agricultural use was being 
made of the land, be was required to list the name of the owner 
of the land. Exceptions to this procedure were made for built-up 
residential areas. There were screening questions in this record 
book to ascertain which tracts of land bad agricultural operations 
and, therefore, would require an Agriculture Questionnaire, In 
whose name the report should be made, and whether he or some 
other enumerator should till the Agriculture Questionnaire. 

In those areas where the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was 
used, a slightly different version of the Enumerator's Record Book 
was used. This version carried one additional inquiry, viz, 
"What is the total number of persons who rent land from and 
who work land on shares for this person? Q None. No. of per- 
sons — ." An accompanying Instruction reminded the enumerator 
that (a) if a member of the household operated a farm and if the 
answer to the question Just cited was 1 or more or (6) if no mem- 



ber of the household operated a farm and the answer to this 
question was 2 or more, he should fill a Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire. 

The Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, also, indicated for whom 
this reporting form was to be filled, in this manner : 

FOR WHOM SHOULD THIS QUESTIONNAIRE BE 
FILLED? 

i / i For every person who operates a farm himself, either alone 
or with the help of bis family or wage hands, and also rents 
farm land to others or has land worked on shares by others. 
OR 

(2) For every person who does not operate a farm himself, but 
rents farm land to two or more persons or has farm land 
worked on shares by two or more persons. 

There were instructions on the form to interview the landlord 
in order to get the required information for this questionnaire. 
Further, when possible, this questionnaire should be completed 
before filling the individual Agriculture Questionnaires which 
were required for each part of the over all operation. By so doing, 
the enumerator would be able to copy some of the information 
which had been obtained from the landlord, and which had been 
entered on the Landlord Tenant Questionnaire, onto the Agricul- 
ture Questionnaires. This was always possible for the "home 
farm" and. also, for each tenant unless he farmed other land. 
There- was a specific Instruction in the Enumerator's Instruction 
Book for the enumerator t" visit each tenant for whom he was 
required to All an Agriculture Questionnaire. This was to in- 
sure a report for those items in which the landlord had no pro- 
prietary interest. In , ase an enumerator secured an Agriculture 
Questionnaire for a tenant on a landlord-tenant holding before the 
landlord had an opportunity to give the Information for the Land- 
lord-Tenant Questionnaire, the Instructions stated that the entries 
on the two forms should he compared. If there- were discrepan- 
cies, adjustments were to be made in the information sc. iiiccl 
from the tenant when the tenant in question did not own land and 
did not have another landlord. 

Enumeration of land in more than one enumeration district or 
county. Each enumerator was assigned a specific area in which 
to work. This area was termed an enumeration district. The 
enumerator to whom a district was assigned was responsible for 
the complete- enumeration of all farms in that district. However, 
s.mic Census farms and some landlord-tenant operations are 
located in two or more- enumeration districts. In order to count 
all the laud once, but only once, it was necessary to establish 
rather rigid rides for determining which enumerator would be 

responsible for enumerating cross line tracts representing either 
farms en- larger holdings. In other words, one enumerator, not 
both, was required to till the Agriculture Questionnaire for a farm 
which lay in two enumeration districts. Likewise, one- enumera- 
tor, not both, was required to till the Landlord-Tenant Question- 
naire tor a landlord-tenant holding which was in two enumeration 
districts. This one repent, in the first ease for a farm and in the 
Second for a larger holding, would cover all the land, Including 
that which was in the other district. 

Since two or more Census farms comprise a lancllorel-tonant 
holding, it is possible for a landlord-tenant holding to be in two 
separate enumeration districts and for the land in each of the 
component Census farms to he wholly within an enumeration 
district. In such an instance-, two enumerators would be charged 
with the duty of tilling the required reporting forms. One enu- 
merator would secure the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire for the 
over-all holding and also the Agriculture Questionnaire for any 
component Census farms wholly in the same district. Another 
enumerator would need to fill an Agriculture Questionnaire for 
each component Census farm wholly within his district. This 
second enumerator, of course, would not be required to fill a Land- 
lord-Tenant Questionnaire. 

The Enumerator's Instruction Book for 1954 established the 
following rules of procedure for an enumerator whenever a part 



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MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



or all of the land in a holding was in his district but the land- 
lord or some of his tenants lived in another enumeration district, 
(a) If he was to secure the Agriculture Questionnaire for the 
landlord he should also get the Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire, 
(h) If an Agriculture Questionnaire was not required for the 
landlord, but the landlord and one or more of the tenants 
lived in his district, he would get the Landlord-Tenant 
Questionnaire, 
(c) If the landlord lived outside his district but farmed land 
where the landlord lived, or if the landlord had tenants 
where the landlord lived, be was not to secure the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire. 
When all of the land of a landlord-tenant holding (or of the 
multiple-unit portion thereof) was in the same enumeration dis- 
trict, then the component Census farms would also be wholly 
within the same district, provided none of the tenants on the 
land farmed additional acreage. However, a tenant, in a land- 
lord-tenant holding, could also farm additional land. This addi- 
tional land could be rented from a second landlord or could be 
owned by the tenant. If a tenant of a landlord-tenant holding 
farmed more land, he would always be considered a tenant in the 
data presented for the landlord-tenant holding (or multiple-unit 
portion) whereas, in the count of Census farms, he would be a 
part owner if he also farmed some land which he owned. 

Problems in the enumeration of multiple-unit operations. — The 
multiple-unit type of operation has been difficult to define and 
to enumerate. Its very existence has made it difficult to obtain 
accurate totals for the various items on the Agriculture Ques- 
tionnaire for tracts defined as Census farms. In an enumeration 
restricted to farms, a multiple-unit operator, in answering the 
questions of the enumerator, may (1) correctly report only for 
those crops grown on land not assigned to tenants and for live- 
stock and equipment kept on the land retained; or (2) incorrectly 
include his part of the crops grown for him on shares and the 
work animals and equipment furnished to and kept by his tenants ; 
or (3) incorrectly report all crops, livestock, equipment, and 
expenditures for all the land in the multiple-unit holding. His 
tenants, on the other hand, may (1) correctly report for the crops 
they grew, for the livestock and equipment kept on the land 
assigned them, and for any expenditures which they made for 
such items as fertilizer, feed, and petroleum fuel and, also, those 
which their landlord made either as the landlord's share or as 
an advance for production on the tenant's portion of the multiple- 
unit operation; or (2) incorrectly report only their share 
of the crops, or only the livestock and equipment they own, or only 
the portion of expenditures which they paid directly out of 
pocket; or (3) fail to report any of their operations, assuming 
these will be included in the landlord's report. 

The problem of obtaining accurate totals for geographic areas 
in which the multiple-unit operations exist has been mentioned in 
many of the Census reports beginning with that of 1870. The 
difficulty of this approach has been described in the reports of 
the 1870 and subsequent censuses of agriculture. The 1870 report 
states, "The plantations of the old slave States are squatted all 
over by the former slaves, who hold small portions of the soil, 
often very loosely determined as to extent, under almost all 
varieties of tenure. In the instructions . . . efforts were made 
to impose something like a rule which should govern in the 
returns . . . but after a weary and unprofitable struggle, the 
superintendent was fain to accept whatever could be obtained 
. . . without greatly criticising the form in which it came." 
(Ninth Census of the United States, 1870, Industry and Wealth, 
p. 72.) 

Special instructions and procedures for the enumeration of 
farms in the South have been used at the various Censuses in an 
attempt to prevent duplication and omissions. Usually, the 
instructions have suggested that the enumerator go first to the 
landlord to get all the required information regarding the farm 
operations for the home farm and for each tenant. Such a pro- 



cedure was designed to provide for counting all of the land, 
crops, and the landlord's livestock once and only once. After the 
enumerator's visit to the landlord, he was instructed to visit each 
tenant on the landholding in order to obtain other necessary 
information, such as operator characteristics, livestock owned by 
the tenant, etc. In addition to the problems arising from the 
considerable amount of shifting from year to year in tenant 
operators and in the acreage assigned to tenants, there are other 
problems for an enumerator. A fixed procedure cannot always 
be followed. As explained before, a landlord may not live in the 
enumerator's assigned area, or may not be located conveniently. 
Without a supplementary reporting form for the over-all opera- 
tion, not only has it been difficult to obtain accurate totals, but 
also, the data obtained have not been adequate to indicate the 
characteristics and functioning of the larger operational units. 
On multiple units, part or all of the farm implements and 
machinery and animals used by the tenants are owned by the 
landlord and may, or may not, be in the possession of the individ- 
ual tenants. Expenditures made by the landlord for his tenants 
may lie included in the report for the landlord rather than in the 
reports for his tenants. No crops, or only feed crops, may be 
grown on land retained by the landlord. The pastureland. wood- 
land, wasteland, etc., which normally would be associated with 
the cropland, may all be retained by the landlord. Thus, when 
the separate tenant operations and operations on land not as- 
signed to tenants are enumerated as individual farms, the sepa- 
rate reports do not appear to represent complete units. There- 
fore, for the various classifications of farms by size, by tenure of 
operator, by type, by economic class, or by any other grouping, 
the totals for some of the items may be distorted for particular 
groups. This makes comparisons of totals for one item with 
another difficult to interpret, or subject to incorrect interpreta- 
tions. 

The use of a supplementary reporting form such as the Land- 
lord-Tenant Questionnaire for recording facts about the over-all 
operations, and obtaining the information from the person con- 
sidered to be the best informed has resulted in substantial im- 
provement in the data for the Census of Agriculture in the South. 
However, a brief appraisal of the working and usefulness of the 
Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire reveals some existing problems. 
Many enumerators have fully comprehended the nature of the 
additional form and have performed acceptable jobs in (a) get- 
ting a report for the over-all operation on the Landlord-Tenant 
Questionnaire and separate reports on the Agriculture Question- 
naire for the component farms and (ft) matching of the data on 
the two types of forms so that there was accurate counting 
without duplication. 

Quite a few enumerators, in every Census in which the supple- 
mental form has been used, have not understood the supple- 
mentary nature of the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire. To some 
of them, the filling of two questionnaires for the same land 
represented duplication in reporting and, hence, should lie avoided. 
Even though some enumerators did an acceptable job in filling 
the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire they failed to always fill in 
an Agriculture Questionnaire for each of the tenants. In some 
cases, .all of the holding was listed on the Agriculture Question- 
naire as one farm, with the landlord as operator. In such cases, 
it is assumed that the enumerator did not consider the tenants to 
be farm operators and ignored his instructions and the wording of 
the inquiries on the Agriculture Questionnaire itself. (These 
inquiries specifically excluded from the landlord's net acres for 
his Agriculture Questionnaire all land worked for him on shares.) 
In those instances where the land in a landlord-tenant holding 
extended into two or more enumeration districts, some enumer- 
ators did not understand how to divide the enumerating respon- 
sibility with other enumerators. 

When the headquarters of the over-all holding was in another 
enumeration district, some enumerators overlooked those tenant- 



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XV 



operated lands in their area when the tenant did not reside 
thereon. 

When a landlord lived in an enumeration district other than the 
one, or ones, in which his landholding was situated, it was often 
difficult or not feasible for the enumerator, charged with the 
responsibility of filling the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, to 
interview the landlord. In such situations, some Landlord-Tenant 
Questionnaires were not filled by the enumerator. 

In some cases, there was confusion as to how many Agriculture 
Questionnaires were necessary if, after the close of harvest, there 
had been a change in tenant operators. In an April enumeration, 
as in 19."0, more enumerators than in 1954 (with an October or 
November enumeration) listed on the Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire both the old and the new tenant. When a change in 
operators was already an accomplished fact, and the new oper- 
ator, because of a fixed crop-rotation practice or for some other 
reason, had been assigned a different acreage from that which 
was farmed by his predecessor, a report was often made on the 
Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire for the old tenant and what he 
grew and a second listing, often showing no cropland, was made 
for the new tenant. A more difficult enumeration problem arose 
when one tenant had left the holding and another had not yet 
been selected as a replacement. If the new operator had not yet 
been selected, that portion of the holding operated by the departed 
tenant may have been omitted from the Agriculture Question- 
naires for both landlord and tenant. 

Office procedures. — When the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires 
were received in the processing office, they were sorted into two 
groups : 

(1) Those with a listing of one or more tenants for whom 
all work power was furnished by the landlord. 

i 2) Those showing no tenants for whom all work power was 
furnished by the landlord. 

The reports for Group l wore matched with the Agriculture 
Questionnaires to insure reasonable agreement of the data on 

the two reports, to complete the reports if either was incomplete 
or missing, and to eliminate duplication in the information on 
the Agriculture Questionnaires when that could be detected. 

a Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire In Group i' received little 
further consideration, except in the mat bing process when Agri- 
culture Questionnaires tint listed on a Landlord-Tenant Question- 

aire were found. In such cases, the Agriculture Questionnaire 
was matched with the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire and when 
the Agriculture Questionnaire was f"r the landlord shown on 
the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, then the information from 
the Agriculture Questionnaire was entered on the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire and the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire 
was reviewed to determine if it qualified as a multiple unit 
operation. 

Matching the Agriculture Questionnaires with the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaires was time consuming and a difficult task. 
A complete matching was aoi always possible. Enumerators did 
not always enter the nana' of the landlord on the Agriculture 
Questionnaires for tenants. In some eases, the name entered 
for the landlord was that of his agent or manager. In ease the 
land was subleased, the name often given for the landlord was 
t li.it of the owner of the land or the first landlord. For a man- 
aged operation, the name of the manager was given in some 

Instances and the name of the owner in other instances. Differ- 
ences in the surname spelling, In the initials, or in ttie first name 
added to the difficulty in matching. 

Enumerators were instructed to cross-reference each Agricul- 
ture Questionnaire listed on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, 
Enumerators did not always enter cross-reference identification, 
especially for tenants in other enumeration districts since other 
enumerators were responsible for getting the Agriculture Ques- 
tionnaire for those tenants. This made it necessary to match 
10 to 20 percent of the Agriculture Questionnaires on the basis of 
the name of the landlord. 



As the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires and the component 
Agriculture Questionnaires were matched, the information there- 
on was compared for all land in farms, cropland harvested, 
tenure of operator, number of horses and mules, and specified 
crops. Corrections were made on the Landlord-Tenant and Agri- 
culture Questionnaires in the case of omissions on one or the other 
of the questionnaires, or when entries apparently represented 
duplication in the reports of the landlord and/or tenants, or only 
the landlord's or the tenant's share of crops. 

If an Agriculture Questionnaire was found for a tenant not 
listed on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire for a landlord, the 
name of this tenant and the corresponding Information were 
entered on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire. When Agricul- 
ture Questionnaires were found for croppers for whose landlord 
a Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire had not been filled, an overall 
questionnaire was prepared In the processing office. Additional 

Agriculture Questionnaires for tenants with the same landlord. 
regardless of tenure, were added to the Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire. The "home farm" Agriculture Questionnaire, when 
located, was also added. In the processing, office-constructed mul- 
tiple units containing home farms were given the same color- 
tenure code as the Agriculture Questionnaire for the home farm. 
The office constructed multiple units for which no home farm 
could he located were coded as full owners. Color of the multiple- 
unit operator was assigned for multiple units with no home farms 
on the basis Of the color reported for the majority of other.mul- 
tiple units in the same locality. When the Agriculture Question- 
naire for the home farm showed thai all land was not accounted 
the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire, the balance was 
allocated to a tenant other than a share tenant. 

If there was a disagreement between the Agriculture Question- 
naire and the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire as to whether a 
-\as a .ropper, and tile other information indicated no 

additional land was being farmed by the tenant, the information 

on tile Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was accepted and the 

Agriculture Questionnaire was .hanged to make the two reports 
cut. 

The matching was performed on a county basis by making a 
list of names of landlords found on Agriculture Questionnaires 
for tenants who could not he located on Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaires m,,], a |so, a list of tenants shown on Landlord-Tenant 

Questionnaires for wi i an Agriculture Questionnaire could not 

be found. I'pon completion of the matching, Agriculture Ques- 
tionnaires were prepared in the processing office for tenants and 
home farms listed on Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires when Agri- 
culture Questionnaires lor them could not be located. Approxi- 
mately l'ip. mm Agriculture Questionnaires were prepared for such 
Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires were prepared, 
provided there were Agriculture Questionnaires which, considered 
er, would make up a multiple-unit operation. A total of 
it. inc. Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires were prepared for such 

cases. However, in the office matching, if two or more Agricul- 
ture Questionnaires were found for a landlord and no combination 

of these represented a multiple-unit operation, a Landlord I enanl 
Questionnaire "as not prepared. Therefore, the number of land- 
lord tenant operations shown in the tables do not represent the 
actual number of such holdings. 

When a landlord-tenant operation containing a multiple unit 

was Identified, totals for selected items were obtained at the 
multiple-unit level and the questionnaire was coded for color 
ami tenure of the multiple-unit operator. To obtain totals at the 
multiple-unit level, information for the croppers was added to 

that for the home farm. Only these totals, plus a limited amount 

of data at the landlord-tenant level, were transferred to punch- 
cards. Only one punchcard was used for each questionnaire. 
The classifications by size of multiple unit, by acres of cropland 
harvested, by type of farm, and by kind of tenants were made 
mechanically on the basis of the data entered on the punchcards. 



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MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Data for all farms were obtained from the tabulations of the 
Agriculture Questionnaires. (For a description of the office pro- 
cedures in editing, coding, and tabulating these data, see the 
Introduction to Volume II, General Report, 1954 Census of Agri- 
culture.) Data for farms not in multiple units were obtained by 
subtracting the totals for multiple-unit operations from those for 
all farms. 

The data for multiple units for the 1954 Census include, as 
cropper subunits, all persons to whom work power was furnished 
by the landlords. 

Office-constructed questionnaires. — The number of Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaires constructed in the processing office for 
both 1954 and 1950 is shown in Summary Table 2. That table 
also shows the number of questionnaires which were filled by 
Census enumerators. 

The proportion of the office-constructed questionnaires which 
had no home farm, i. e., those for which no Agriculture Question- 
naire for a home farm could be located, is also shown in Table 2. 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Definitions and explanations are presented only for those items 
for which the table descriptions are considered inadequate. The 
definitions consist primarily of a r£sum6 of the questionnaire 
wording, occasionally supplemented by the more essential parts of 
instructions and procedures for enumerating and processing the 
Landlord-Tenant and Agriculture Questionnaires. 

The multiple-unit area. — The multiple-unit areas comprise the 
counties in which croppers account for a significant part of all 
tenants. The multiple-unit area was established for the 1950 
Census by including generally those counties in which there were 
50 or more croppers accounting for 10 percent or more of all 
tenants according to the 1945 Census of Agriculture. Minor 
changes were made, as will be explained later, in both 1950 and 
1954 in the counties included in the area in order to facilitate 
enumeration and office-processing. For 1954, the multiple-unit 
area includes 891 counties. 

In the multiple-unit area in 1954, there were 1,761,852 farms, 
or 36.8 percent of the 4,782,416 farms in the United States ; and 
268,744 croppers, or 97.4 percent of the croppers in the 16 Southern 
States and 7 counties in Southeastern Missouri. For 1954, the 
multiple-unit area accounted for 63.5 percent of the cotton acre- 
age, 89.2 percent of the tobacco acreage, 82.4 percent of the peanut 
acreage harvested for nuts, and 80.5 percent of the rice acreage. 

The enumeration of multiple units was made in 1954 in 1,003 
counties or in 112 counties more than were included in the mul- 
tiple-unit area for which data are presented in this report. In 
1950 the enumeration was made in 977 counties. In making the 
enumeration in both 1954 and 1950, the Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire was used in all the counties comprising a Field Super- 
visor's district in order to simplify the giving of instructions, 
ordering of supplies, etc. This procedure resulted in the use of 
the Landlord- Tenant Questionnaire in counties outside the mul- 
tiple-unit area. Because the counties comprising a Field Super- 
visor's district were not the same in 1954 as in 1950, the proce- 
dures resulted in the enumeration of multiple units in some 
counties in 1954 that were not included in the area for the enu- 
meration of multiple units in 1950 and vice versa. As a result of 
changes in areas included in the enumeration, 19 counties were in 
the multiple-unit area in 1950 but were excluded from the area 
in 1954, and 8 counties excluded from the multiple-unit area in 
1950 were included in 1954. These counties together with data 
indicating their importance as part of the multiple-unit area are 
as follows : 



13,907 
1,855 
1,855 
9,581 
3,360 
959 
1,404 
710 
3,148 
2,471 
1,422 
1,049 



3.256 
3,284 
12, 158 
1,345 
1, 992 
2,343 
2,650 
884 
2,944 
5,586 
1,337 



1,417 
1,751 
7,769 
1,465 
1,218 
1,576 
2, 130 



1,3 



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



8 counties included in 1954 but excluded in 1950, 

total.. -.. 

Kentucky 

Magoffin 

Texas --- 

Harris-.- - 

Jefferson 

Liberty..-. 

Orange 

Shelby 

Virginia..- 

Chesterfield - 

Henrico 

19 counties excluded in 1954 but included in 1950, 

total 

Arkansas. 

Conway 

Faulkner. 

Pulaski 

Tennessee 

Clay 

De Kalb... 

Jackson _. 

Overton 

Pickett.-. 

Putnam -. 

Virginia 

Amherst - 

Bath 

Highland - -.. 

Nelson 

Rockbridge.-- 

Maryland. 

Anne Arundel 

Calvert 

Charles - . - 

Prince Georges . _ 

St. Marys.. 

Net change 

NA Not available. 

Minus sign indicates [ewer farms for 1954. 



A complete list of counties included in the area of enumeration 
and in the multiple-unit area in 1954 is given in the Appendix. 

Landlord-tenant operations containing multiple units. — A land- 
lord-tenant operation consists of all the land held by a landlord 
who rents land to one or more tenants, including croppers, and 
retains some land not assigned to tenants, or who rents land to 
two or more tenants, including croppers, and retains no land for 
himself. The landlord may hold the land through ownership or 
through lease, rental, or cropping arrangement, or as a hired 
manager for others. 

The home farm, if one, plus all component tenant farms, in- 
cluding cropper farms, make up the landlord-tenant operation. 
The home farm and one or more cropper farms make up the 
multiple unit. If there was no home farm, then two or more 
cropper farms were required to constitute a multiple unit. Thus, 
all multiple units represent a landlord-tenant operation or a por- 
tion thereof. If croppers were the only kind of tenants repre- 
sented in the landlord-tenant operation, the multiple unit was 
identical with the landlord-tenant operation. If there were ten- 
ants in addition to croppers, the operations of the additional 
tenants comprised part of the landlord-tenant operation but not a 
part of the multiple unit. 

For multiple-unit purposes, a cropper subunit is one fcr which 
the landlord furnished the work power. Some persons may have 
all their work power furnished for their entire farming operation, 
even when they work separate tracts of land for different land- 
lords. A cropper with two landlords could be counted more than 
once as a cropper subunit of a multiple unit. Other persons 
having two or more landlords may be furnished work power by 
one landlord but not by the other. In such a case, the cropper land 
could be a subunit of a multiple unit for one landlord but not for 
the other. Still other persons, who own and operate land on 
their own account, may rent land and be furnished work power 
for the rented portion. In such cases, the cropper land could be 
a part of a multiple unit. 



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XVII 



Census enumerators were not given the definition of a multiple 
unit. The existence of a multiple unit was determined during 
the office processing of questionnaires. 

Subunits. — A subunit denotes a component part of a landlord- 
tenant or multiple-unit operation. The land assigned each crop- 
per or tenant is a subunit. The land retained by the landlord, 
i. e., the land not assigned to tenants including croppers is like- 
wise a subunit. Each subunit is a "farm." as defined by the 
Census, except for tenants, including croppers, who own and 
operate or rent and operate, additional land. (See discussion 
under "Tenants.") One of the subunits of a landlord-tenant 
operation is usually the "home farm." The other subunits are 
classed as cropper farms, share-tenant farms, and other-tenant 
farms (not cropper or share-tenant farms). 

A home farm includes all the land in a landlord-tenant oper- 
ation not assigned to tenants, including croppers. In a multiple 
unit, the home farm is the portion not assigned to croppers. 
In a landlord-tenant operation containing a multiple unit, the 
home farm of the multiple unit is the same as that of the 
lnmllord-tenant operation. The home farm was determined by 
subtracting, from the over-all landlord-tenant operation, the 
operations of all tenant subunits. (See "Office procedures.") 
The home farm usually contains the home of the multiple-unit 
operator or the headquarters where work stock and equipment 
are kept for the entire multiple-unit operation. It usually in- 
cludes land worked by the multiple-unit operator with the help 
of his family and/or hired labor. Occasionally, a home farm 
may consist only of pastureland not assigned for the exclusive 
use of croppers or tenants, and woodland or wasteland. Home 
farms of landlord-tenant and multiple-unit operations were 
considered farms for Census purposes if they contained three 
or more acres even though the agricultural operations on the 
home-farm tract may have been insufficient to qualify as a 
Census farm. 

In some multiple-unit operations all the land is assigned to 
croppers. Such multiple units do nol have home farms. In 
most of these rases, the multiple-unit operator does not live 
on the place. 

Tenants rent from others or work on shares for others all 
the land they operate. When Used in reference to subunits Of 

a landlord-tenant or multiple unit operation, the tenure relates 
only to land operated in that landlord-tenant or multiple-unit 

operation. For example, a tenant or cropper of a particular 
landlord may also rent land from, or crop land for, other land- 
lords; or he may own land on his own ac,,,unt. In such In- 
stances, in presenting statistics for landlord -tenant and mul 

tiple-unit operations, the subunit operated by the cropper, or 

tenant other than cropper, was treated as though it were a 
Complete farm in itself. This procedure was one of convenience 
and varies from that used in tabulating data for Census farms. 
In the data for Census farms the entire acreage operated. 
including land owned and/or land rented from others, was 
counted .as one farm The term "tenant" may also he used in 
reference to the classification of a multiple-unit operation when 
all the land in the operation is rented from others. 

Croppers sometimes have been defined as crop share tenants 
whose landlords furnish all the work power. For convenience, 
the classification was based entirely on whether the landlord 
furnished all the animal or tractor power. The laws of some 
States define a sharecropper as a tenant. In other States, a 
cropper may be legally classified as either a laborer or a tenant 
depending upon the nature of the agreement under which he 

produces a crop. In most States urt decisions as to his ten 

ure status have been based on whether he had title to the crop 
and upon harvest, paid his landlord a share, or whether the 
landlord retained title to the crop ami, upon harvest, paid the 
cropper his share after deducting any advances in cash, credit, 
supplies, etc. 

Most cropper farms represent subunits of multiple-unit op- 
erations. However, cropper farms may be o|*-rated as inde- 
pendent units, the landlord neither having other croppers nor 
farming any land with his own labor or with the help of mem 
hers of his family and/or wage workers. Thus, the count of the 
farms not in multiple units includes some farms operated by 
croppers. As mentioned before, cropper farms and cropper 
subunits are not necessarily synonymous. 

Share tenants are tenants other than croppers who pay their 
landlords a share of either the crops or livestock products, or a 
share of both. 



Other tenants in this report refers to all tenants who were 
not classified as croppers or as share tenants. In the other re- 
ports of the 1954 Census of Agriculture, "other tenants" rep- 
resents a more restricted group than in this report. 

A farm. — For the 1954 Census of Agriculture, places of three or 
more acres were counted as farms if the value of agricultural 
products in 1954, exclusive of home gardens, amounted to $150 
or more. The agricultural products could have been either for 
home use or for sale. Places of less than three acres were 
counted as farms only if the value of sales of agricultural prod- 
ucts in 1954 amounted to $150 or more. Places operated in 1954 
for which the value of agricultural products in 1954 was less than 
these minima because of crop failure or other unusual situations, 
and places operated in 1954 for the first time, were counted as 
farms if, normally, they could be expected to produce these mini- 
mum quantities of farm products. As explained above, an ex- 
ception to the criterion in regard to the value of agricultural 
products produced was made for home farms of landlord-tenant 
and multiple-unit operations. The 1950 definition of a farm was 
identical with that of 1954. 

All the land under the Immediate control of one person or part- 
nership was included as one farm. Control may have been 
through ownership, or through lease, rental, or cropping arrange- 
ment. Land worked on shares for others was considered as 
under the Immediate control of the person working the land. 
Thus, the land assigned to a cropper or tenant other than cropper 
was considered a separate farm even though the landlord may 
ha\i closely supervised the cropper or tenant other than cropper 
and handled bis ( the landlord's) entire holding essentially as 
one operating unit. 

Farms in multiple units are the cropper and home-farm 
subunits comprising the multiple unit. 

Farms not in multiple units are those which are not parts of 
multiple unit operations. Some id' the farms not in multiple 
units represent farms in landlord-tenant operations. The in- 
formation shown for farms not in multiple-unit operations was 
Obtained by subtracting the totals for multiple-unit operations 
from those for all farms. (For an appraisal of this procedure, 

Bee "Reliabilitj of Data") 

Multiple-unit operator. -A multiple unit operator Is tin' person 
who directs or suitervises the multiple-unit operation. In this 
report, the multiple unit operator is frequently referred to 
as the landlord. He is the person who controls the land 
either through ownership, lease, rental, or cropping arrange 
inent. Thecropper in the multiple unit works land on shares 

for him. The multiple-unit operator may be a hired manager 
employed by the person who controls the land. The number of 

multiple-unit operators Is considered the same as the number 

of multiple units. 

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

Units, farms, or operators reporting. — Figures for units report- 
ing, farms reporting, or operators reporting represent the number 
Of multiple units or other designated units, the number of farms, 
or the number of operators, for which the specified item was 
reported. For example, if there were 240 multiple units in a 
county and 187 of these harvested tobacco in 1954, then the number 
of multiple units reporting tobacco would be 187. The differences 
it! the total number of multiple units and number reporting an 
item represents the number not having that item, provided the 
inquiry was answered for all multiple units. 



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MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Land owned and land rented from others.— The land to be in- 
cluded in each landlord-tenant operation was determined by ask- 
ing the number of acres owned and the acres rented from, or 
worked on shares, for others. 

Land owned includes all land which the operator or his wife, 
or both, hold under title, purchase contract, homestead law, or 
as one of the heirs, or as a trustee of an undivided estate. In the 
case of a managed operation, the inquiry on the Landlord- 
Tenant Quest ionnaire related to the land owned by the employer. 
Land rented from others includes land worked on shares for 
others, and land used rent free, as well as all land rented or 
leased under other arrangements. In the case of a managed 
operation, the inquiry on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire 
related to the land rented from others by the employer. 
Land in the landlord-tenant operation represents the sum of 
the land owned plus that rented from others by the landlord. 
The total of the land in all subunits comprising a landlord-tenant 
operation is identical with the total land in the landlord-tenant 
operation. 

Land in the multiple unit represents the sum of the land in the 
home-farm subunit plus that in the cropper subunits. Land 
rented by the multiple-unit operator to tenants other than 
croppers is excluded from the multiple-unit operation, by defini- 
tion. 

Land in farms. — The acreage in each farm was obtained by 
adding the acres owned by the farm operator and the acres rented 
by him from others or cropped on shares by him for others, and 
subtracting the acres rented to or worked on shares by others. 

The acreage designated "land in farms" includes 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 nonagricultural land in excess 
of the number of acres used for agricultural purposes was 
excluded from the farm area. For application of this rule, land 
rented out was considered to be used for agricultural purposes. 
Cropland harvested. — This represents that portion of the land 
in the multiple unit, or in the farm (subunit or otherwise), from 
which crops were harvested in 1954 including land from which 
hay was cut and land in small fruits, orchards, vineyards, nurser- 
ies, and greenhouses. Land from which two or more crops were 
harvested in 1949 was to be counted only once. 

Crops harvested. — The Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire asked 
specifically concerning five crops harvested in 1954, viz, corn, 
cotton, tobacco, rice, and peanuts. The inquiry for corn was 
restricted to corn harvested for grain and that for peanuts, to 
peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. Data for crops shown 
for all farms and for farms not in multiple units are limited to 
those specified on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire. The crops 
were to be those harvested in 1954 from land under the control of 
the operator in 1954 regardless of whether the crops were grown 
by the operator or by someone else. Crops grown by the operator 
on land not under his control in 1954 were not to be included. 
Horses and mules. — The inquiry called for horses and mules of 
all ages. The horses and mules were to be reported for the farm 
or unit where kept, regardless of ownership. If horses and mules 
owned by a multiple-unit operator and furnished to the croppers 
were kept on the cropper farms, they were to be included on the 
Agriculture Questionnaires for the croppers ; if kept on the home 
farm, they were to be reported on the Agriculture Questionnaire 
for the home farm. Thus, in the multiple-unit area, many of the 
farms not reporting horses and mules represent cropper farms for 
which the horses and mules were reported on the home farm. 



CLASSIFICATION OF MULTIPLE UNITS 

Multiple units by size. — Multiple units are classified by size 
according to the total land area in each multiple-unit operation. 
The size groups used are the same as those for the classification of 
farms by size, with the exception that all multiple units of less 
than 30 acres are in a single group. For farms, separate data are 
available for three groups under 30 acres — viz, (a) farms under 
3 acres, (b) farms of 3 to 9 acres, and (c) farms of 10 to 29 acres. 

Multiple units by color and tenure of operator. — Multiple-unit 
operators are classified by color as white and nonwhite. Non- 
white includes Negroes and all other nonwhite races such as 
Indians, Chinese, Japanese, etc. In the multiple-unit area nearly 
all of the nonwhite operators of multiple units and of farms are 
Negroes. 

Multiple-unit operators are classified according to the tenure 
under which they hold their land on the basis of the total land 
owned and the total land rented from others, and on the basis of 
the reply to the inquiry. "Do you operate this land as a hired 
manager?" 

Full owners own land but do not rent land from others. Also 
included in this group are those office-constructed multiple units 
for which no home farm Agriculture Questionnaire could be 
located. 

Part owners own land and rent land from others. 

Managers operate land for others, directing and supervising 
the entire multiple-unit operation, and are paid a wage or salary 
for their services. Multiple-unit operators were classified as 
managers when the answer was "yes" to the question, "Do you 
operate this land as a hired manager?" 

Tenant-multiple-unit operators rent from others all the land 
in the multiple-unit operation. They own no land. 

Multiple units by type of farm. — Multiple units are classified as 
to type on the basis of the kinds of crops harvested and the rela- 
tionship of the acreage of each crop harvested to cropland har- 
vested and to other crops harvested. Only the principal cash 
crops — cotton, tobacco, peanuts, and rice — were used as a basis 
for the classification by type. 

If only one of these cash crops was of primary importance, the 
multiple unit was designated as that crop type. A crop was 
considered as being of primary importance when its acreage 
represented 10 percent or more of the acres of cropland harvested 
in the case of cotton, peanuts, or rice, or 2 percent or more in the 
case of tobacco. 

To be considered of secondary importance, the acreage of a 
given crop — cotton, peanuts, or rice — had to equal or exceed 10 
percent of the acreage of the primary crop, provided the primary 
crop was not tobacco. If the primary crop was tobacco, it was 
necessary for the acreage of cotton, peanuts, or rice to equal or 
to exceed the tobacco acreage in order to be considered a second- 
ary crop. Tobacco was considered a secondary crop when it 
comprised at least 1 percent but less than 2 percent of the total 
cropland harvested. 

If one of these cash crops was of primary importance with one 
or more of secondary importance, or if two or more were of pri- 
mary importance, the multiple unit was classified as a combina- 
tion-crop type. For the combination types, all of these crops of 
either primary or secondary importance are indicated by the type 
name. For the combination types, the type name does not dis- 
tinguish the relative importance of the crops comprising the com- 
bination. Thus, in a "cotton and tobacco" type, either the cotton 
may be of primary importance with tobacco secondary, or the 
tobacco primary with cotton secondary, or both crops may be of 
primary importance. 

If a multiple unit did not qualify as either a primary-crop type 
or a combination-crop type, it was classed as "miscellaneous." 
Thus, the "miscellaneous" type includes multiple-unit operations 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XIX 



with none of the four designated crops reported ; also, those for 
which none of the designated crops were considered of primary 
importance. 

Multiple units by acres of cropland harvested. — This classifica- 
tion was based on the acreage from which crops were harves ; 
in 1954 for each multiple unit. The groups are the same as those 
used for Census farms except that the smallest acre group for 
the multiple-unit classification includes those with less than 20 
acres of cropland harvested, whereas, for Census farms with less 
than 20 acres of cropland harvested, two groups are shown, viz. 
those with less than 10 acres of cropland harvested and those with 
10 to 19 acres for this land use. 

Multiple units by number of subunits. — This classification was 
based on the total number of subunits in each multiple-unit opera 
tion. Since by definition a multiple unit must have at least two 
subunits, the classification begins with those having two subunits. 
In the classification, the Inane farm is counted as one of the sub- 
units. A distribution of multiple units by number of croppers 
may lie obtained from this tabulation. For example, if there are 
32G multiple units with 2 subunits and 291 (if these have home 
farms. 291 of those have only 1 cropper each, and 35 have 2 
croppers each. These 35 added to the Dumber having :i subunits 
that have home farms gives the total number of multiple units 
having 2 croppers each. 

Multiple units by kind of tenants in the landlord-tenant opera- 
tion. Multiple units were classified into the following groups 
on tin- liasis of the kind of tenants in the landlord-tenant 
operation : 

Croppers only. — In this group, each landlord-tenant operation 
containing a multiple unit reported only cropper tenants. In 
such i ;m'\ the multiple-unit operation is identical with the 
landlord-tenant operation. 

Croppers and share tenants, with or without other tenants. — 
In this group, each landlord-tenant operation containing a mul- 
tiple unit reported both croppers and share tenants. It maj- 
or may not have included tenants other than Croppers or share 
tenants. For this group, the landlord-tenant operation is larger 
than the multiple-unit operation. 

Croppers and tenants other than share tenants only. — In this 

group, ail tin- landlord-tenant operations i taining a multiple 

unit included, in addition to croppers, ■'other tenants' 
croppers and not share tenants) but no share tenants. Prob- 
ably most of these other tenants represented cash tenants. 

standing renters, etc., who operated their pi s entirely in- 
dependently of the multiple-unit operation. However, a few 
of these oilier tenants may have been closely Supervised and 
their operations handled along with those of the croppers and 
the home farm. 



PRESENTATION OF THE STATISTICS 

This report presents data for multiple-unit operations from the 
1954 and the 1950 Censuses of Agriculture, supplemented hy data 
for all Census-defined farms and Census farms not in multiple 
units. 

These data are presented for the entire multiple-unit area, 
by States, by counties, and bj State economic areas. 

Summary data for the selected multiple-unit area. — The Sum- 
mary Tahles 1 to 26 present data for the entire multiple-unit area. 
Most of the data presented were taken or derived from tables 
giving data by county or State economic area. Some of the tables 
present averages or percentages to aiil in the use and analysis 
of the statistics. 

State data. -State totals for all farms, for multiple unit opera 
tions. and for farms not in multiple units are shown in Summary 
Tables 1 and 3. State totals for multiple-unit operations classi- 
fied by size, tenure, etc., are shown only in the State economic 
area tables. State totals for the number of landlord-tenant opera- 
tions and for multiple-unit reports classified according to whether 
enumerated or office-constructed are given in Summary Table 2. 



County data. — The county table presents, for the selected coun- 
ties, data for multiple-unit operations with comparative data for 
all farms. This table also shows the number and total acreage 
for farms not in multiple units. No data by size, tenure, or other 
classification of the multiple unit ate shown by counties. Data 
for such classifications are presented in the State economic area 
tables. 

State economic area data. — The number of landlord-tenant oper- 
ations and multiple-unit operations classified according to 
whether enumerated or office-constructed arc shown by economic 
areas in Summary Table 2. Data for multiple-unit operations 
classified by size of unit based on total acres in the unit, by color 
and tenure of the multiple-unit operator, hy type of farm, by 
acres of cropland harvested, by number of subunits, and by kind 
of tenants in the landlord-tenant operation are shown in State 
Economic Area Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and t3, respectively. 

Data for all farms and for farms not in multiple units are not 
shown by economic areas. The data for all farms and for farms 
not in multiple units could he obtained for any items by adding 
the figures for the individual counties comprising the State eco- 
nomic area ami making the necessary computations. 

State economic areas represent groupings of counties within a 
State. The counties comprising a State economic area have 
similar agricultural, demographic, climatic, physiographic, and 
cultural characteristics. I For a description of State economic 
areas see the special 1950 report of the Bureau of the Census 
entitled. "State Economic Areas: A Description of the Procedure 
Used in Making a Functional Grouping of the Counties of the 
United States.") Except for the metropolitan areas, the State 
economic areas, in general, tire the same as State type-of -farming 
areas. Since the counties comprising each State economic area 
have similar characteristics, data for a state economic area may 
he used for describing, with reasonable accuracy, the character- 
istics of the agriculture in each county making up the area. 

For the most part, the counties selected for inclusion in the 
multiple-unit area include entire economic areas. However, in 
some instances it was not feasible to follow this general rule. 
For economic area.; for which all counties were not Included, the 
economic area designation is followed by the word "part" to Indi- 
cate that the area for which data are shown, represents only a 
portion of the economic urea. In Virginia, no data are Included 
lor the independent cities. Statistics for Sevier County, Tenn., 
are included with Economic Area 8b I comprising a part of Eco- 
nomic Area - 

A map of each State showing the counties and i nomie areas 

with a designation of the counties not included in the multiple- 
unit area precedes the county ami i Domic ana tables for the 

Stale. 

1950 comparative data for the 1954 multiple-unit area. — For the 

purpose of facilitating the analysis of changes since the prior 

Census, comparative data are presented for 1950. The 1950 data 

for counties not included in the 1954 area have been eliminated 
from the tables containing county data and the State totals have 
been adjusted. However, similar adjustments could not be made 
in the 1950 data tabulated bj Stale economic areas. For counties 
included in 1954 but not in 1950, it was possible to make adjust- 
ments in the 1950 data only for those items tabulated from 
inqu'rles on the Agriculture Questionnaire. In the tables 
containing data by Stale economic areas for 1954 and 1950, the 

totals for s e economic areas and. hence, for some States, are not 

fully comparable because of changes in the counties in the innl 
tiple unit area within the State economic area. However, in 
most cases where adjustment could not he made heeause of dif- 
ferences in the counties included in the multiple-unit area, the 
comparability of data for 1954 .and 1950 is not affected signifi- 
cantly. The data in the following table provide a general sum 

mary of the extent of c parability for the data for 1954 and 

I960 



XX 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Number of Counties Included and Number of Landlord- 
Tenant Operations in the Multiple-Unit Areas, by 
States: Censuses of 1954 and 1950 





Number of 
counties 


Number of landlord-tenant 
operations 


State 


1954 


1950 


1954 


1950 




as revised ' 


as pub- 
lished ' 


Total 


891 


902 


341,229 


406, 672 


408, 853 




67 
42 
25 
159 
106 
64 


67 
45 
25 
159 
105 
64 
5 

82 
7 
90 
46 
70 
85 
52 


33, 144 
15,566 
2,163 
32, 400 
37, 075 
14,183 


46,246 
21,751 
3,672 
41,049 
39,941 
19, 923 


46, 24H 




21,943 




3,672 




41,049 




39,941 




19,923 




1,176 




82 
7 
90 
46 
64 
90 
49 


40,196 
2,672 
61,057 
23,327 
38,837 
25,087 
15, 522 


46,363 
4,479 
58,010 
28,965 
43, 975 
37,744 
14,554 


46,363 




4,479 




58,010 




28,965 




44,635 




37, 744 




14, 707 







' To obtain comparability with 1954 and as published in this report. 
" In 1950. 

Reliability of data.— The use of the inquiry regarding the fur- 
nishing of work power as a basis for classifying croppers results 
in the inclusion of some farm operators who do not have the 
characteristics generally associated with cropper-operated farms. 
These farm operators comprise, largely, relatives of the landlord 
to whom the landlord furnishes all work power, equipment, etc 
Some of these cropper operations may be relatively large and of 
a type of farm not similar to the type of farm generally operated 
by croppers. 

The arrangement of the inquiries on the Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaire made it possible to present data giving a count of those 
share tenants who were not croppers. It is this group of share 
tenants, wholly excluded from the multiple units, which was most 
likely to have contained dependent tenants whose operations 
would have been eligible for consideration as an integral part of 
a multiple unit if satisfactory criteria could have been applied to 
designate them. To complete the picture of the over-all landlord- 
tenant operations, a count of the other subunits comprising them 
has been made. This number is shown in several of the tables 
under the heading, "Other tenants, not croppers nor share 
tenants." 

In using the data presented in this report, it is necessary to 
consider not only the effect of the procedures upon the data but, 
also, the accuracy of the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires. 

In evaluating the data given in this report, consideration should 
be given to several factors : 

First, the definition of a multiple unit was established arbi- 
trarily on the basis of the presence of croppers. Some of the 
cropper subunits comprising multiple units may not be under 
the close supervision of the landlord and may be operated as 
independent units. Moreover, some tenant-operated farms not 
included in multiple-unit operations may have been under the 
close supervision of the landlord and may have been operated as 
a part of a larger operational unit. 

Second, during the office processing, Landlord-Tenant Ques- 
tionnaires were prepared in 1954 for 14,186 multiple units. 
These office-constructed questionnaires represented 10.8 percent 
of the multiple units. For 3,867 of the office-constructed ques- 
tionnaires, there was no Agriculture Questionnaire for the land- 
lord and, in such cases, it was not possible to determine with 
certainty the total acreage held by him, or his tenure. How- 
ever, for statistical purposes, it was assumed that the sum of 
the acreage of land shown on the Agriculture Questionnaires 
for tenants of such landlords represented the total acres of land 
in the landlord-tenant operation and that the landlord owned 
the land. 

Third, in some cases, the number of multiple units, as well as 



the number of subunits, may have been overstated. Because of 
differences in names reported for the landlord an additional 
Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire may have been constructed. 
Likewise, tenants may have been included as part of a landlord- 
tenant operation when those tenant operations were already 
listed on a report with a slightly different name, or under 
another name if either the Landlord-Tenant or Agriculture 
Questionnaire erroneously listed the 1955 tenant instead of the 
1954 operator. Also, most of the matching of Landlord-Tenant 
and Agriculture Questionnaires was performed on a county 
basis. In some cases, where the tenants belonging to a land- 
lord-tenant operation were enumerated in two or more counties, 
a Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire may have been constructed 
because the original Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire was 
enumerated in another county. 

Fourth, since a cropper subunit in a multiple unit did not 
always comprise an entire Census farm, the procedure of sub- 
tracting the number of subunits from the number of farms, or 
from the number of farms reporting, resulted in an understate- 
ment of the number of farms and number of farms reporting for 
such items as corn, cotton, tobacco, rice, etc., for farms not in 
multiple units. This understatement arises because of croppers 
having two or more landlords. If the cropper rented land from 
more than one landlord who furnished work stock or tractor 
power, then such a cropper would have been counted as a sub- 
unit on more than one multiple unit. A tabulation was made 
for a sample of 45 counties, containing 14,401 multiple units, 
of the cropper subunits having two or more landlords in 1954. 
( »n the basis of this sample, it is estimated that there were 
17,846 cropper subunits in the multiple-unit area having two or 
more landlords. (The chances are about 2 out of 3 that this 
estimate would differ by not more than 9 percent from the re- 
sults obtained by making the same tabulation for all multiple 
units.) Thus, the number of farms not in multiple units is 
understated by at least 17,000. Farms reporting cotton, corn, 
tobacco, rire, etc., for farms not in multiple units are also 
affected by a procedure of subtracting cropper subunits report- 
ing from all Census farms reporting. 

The failure to detect the duplication of the cropper subunits on 
a Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire because of differences in the 
reported name for the same cropper, and the inclusion of cropper 
subunits which did not qualify as Census farms on the Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire also resulted in some overcounting of crop- 
per subunits and consequently in an understatement of the number 
of farms and farms reporting, for farms not in multiple units. 

Data from the Censuses of Agriculture indicate that there 
were Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires for practically all the 
landlord-tenant operations in the multiple-unit area. Accord- 
ing to the Census of Agriculture, there were 333,784 farm opera- 
tors in the multiple-unit area with land rented to others. For 
each of these farm operators there should have been a Landlord- 
Tenant Questionnaire. The tabulations for this report included 
341,229 Landlord-Tenant Questionnaires. However, 5,136 of these 
questionnaires did not have home farms and, hence, the landlord 
would not have been counted among the 333,784 farm operators 
renting land to others in the Census of Agriculture. On the basis 
of these data, there should have been 339,000 Landlord-Tenant 
Questionnaires in the multiple-unit area as compared with the 
341,229 actually included in the tabulations. 

For 1954, for most States there are more cropper subunits in 
multiple units than there are farms operated by croppers as shown 
by the Census of Agriculture. This inconsistency resulted from 
( / ) the counting more than once of the same cropper as a cropper 
subunit in case the cropper rented from two or more landlords; 
(2) the counting in the Census of Agriculture of croppers listed 
on the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire as part owners because 
the person also operated land he owned; and (3) the counting 
of croppers listed in the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire as ten- 
ants other than croppers in the Census of Agriculture because 
such croppers also rented land, but not as a cropper, from another 
landlord. 

As stated above, it is estimated that at least 17,000 
cropper subunits were counted on more than one Landlord-Tenant 
Questionnaire. Estimates based on the same sample used to 
estimate the number of subunits having two or more landlords 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXI 



indicated that there were approximately 17,000 cropper subunits 
with croppers reporting that they also operated land they owned. 
Thus, it is estimated that there were, in the multiple-unit area, 
approximately 29,000 cropper subunits which would not have been 
counted as cropper-operated farms in the Census of Agriculture. 

The procedure for showing the data for a multiple unit in the 
county in which its headquarters is located and the data for 
individual farms comprising the multinle unit, in the county in 
which the farms are located, affects the totals for farms not 
in multiple units in counties where some of the farms comprising 
the multiple unit are located in different counties. 

Comparability of multiple-unit statistics for 1954 with prior 
Censuses. — Because of the lack of comparability of the data for 
1954 and 1950 with those for prior Censuses, all data presented in 
this report are for the two most recent Censuses. The definition 
of a multiple unit for 1954 was not fully comparable with that 
for 1950. 

A multiple unit for the 1954 report was a landlord-tenant oper- 
ation containing two or more cropper subunits if there was no 
home farm, or it included one or more cropper subunits if there 
was a home farm. The cropper subunits included persons sharing 
in the crop to whom the landlord furnishes all the work power. 
Assuming two landlord-tenant operations had the same tenants, 
the cropper subunits may lie I / I persons who have work power 
furnished by their landlords for all the land they operate; < _-' i 
they may own land on their own account and be a cropper subunit 
on the rented portion; or if) they may be a eropi>er subunit on 
one landlord-tenant operation and Dot on the other. 

A multiple unit for the 1950 report was m landlord-tenant op- 
eration containing two or more cropper subunits if there was no 
home farm, or if it included one or more cropper subunits when 
there was a home farm. A cropper subunit was restricted to those 
persons whose landlords furnished the work power for all the 
land they operated. Thus, in 1950, a cropper whose land was a 
subunit of a landlord-tenant holding was not considered a part of 



a multiple-unit operation if he owned and operated additional 
land or if he rented additional land in other than cropper status. 

It is estimated that there were approximately 17,000 cropper 
subunits in multiple units in 1954 that were counted as part-owner 
operators in the Census of Agriculture because the cropper on 
the multiple unit also farmed some land he owned. Such crop- 
per subunits would not have been included in multiple units for 
the 1950 Census. Except for the inclusion of cropper subunits for 
croppers owning land in multiple units in 1954, the definition for 
a multiple unit in 1954 and 1950 was the same and it is believed 
that data for 1954 and for 1950 for multiple units are reasonably 
comparable. 

For 1945, statistics for multiple-unit operations are presented 
in a special report entitled, "Multiple-Unit Operations." Data 
are shown for 567 selected counties in 9 States. 

For 1940. statistics for plantations are presented in a special 
ieport entitled, "Special Study — Plantations." Only a very lim- 
ited number of copies was printed and distributed, primarily to 
the Land-Grant Colleges in the South. If any of the 1940 data are 
desired, and the 1940 special report is not available in a reference 
library, copies of the tabular material may be obtained from the 
Bureau of the Census by paying the cost of making a photostatic 
copy. In the 1940 report, statistics arc presented for the planta- 
tion as a whole, also for the farms comprising the plantation. 
Data are shown for 372 selected counties in 10 States. 

For 1910. statistics for plantations were published as Chapter 
III in Volume V of the 1910 Census reports anil in a monograph 
based on this and other statistical material issued by the Bureau 
of tin' Census in 1916 entitled, "Plantation Farming in the United 
States" Data are shown for areas representing 325 selected 
counties in 11 States. 

The accompanying tabular presentation of the areas covered 
in multiple unit or plantation studies and the definitions provide 
a convenient reference of the differences In the statistical treat- 
ment of multiple-unit operations for the several Censuses. 



XXII 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 




MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXIII 



PERCENT OF LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATIONS CONTAJNING MULTIPLE UNITS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




StPfiHTMENT 



OVER 

; NO MULTIPLE UNITS 
D NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE - UNIT AREA. -38.6 

ALABAMA 29 3 

ARKANSAS 41 9 

FLORIDA 29 7 

GEORGIA 46 

KENTUCKY 3 7 

LOUISIANA 31 $ 

MISSISSIPPI 44 9 

MISSOURI 53 7 

NORTH CAROLINA 43 2 

SOUTH CAROLINA 49 6 

TENNESSEE 38 6 

TEXAS 20.3 

VIRGINIA 43.2 



LAND IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT OF ALL LAND IN FARMS. 1 954 

(COUNTY UNIT BASIS) 



I S DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 




LEGEND 
PERCENT 
L~D UNDER I 
TO 24 
TO 39 
SS8 40 TO 54 
IH 55 AND OVER 
CZl NO MULTIPLE UNITS 
I I NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 22 3 

ALABAMA 2 7 

ARKANSAS 29 I 
FLORIDA 8 

GEORGIA J0 

KENTUCKY ,5 4 

LOUISIANA ig 2 

MISSSSIPPI 35 o 

MISSOURI 2 3 7 

NORTH CAROLINA 30 | 

SOUTH CAROLINA 30 3 

TENNESSEE 25 2 
TEXAS 87 

VIRGINIA 1Q 4 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



XXIV 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



CROPPERS AS A PERCENT OF ALL TENANTS, 1954 

(COUNTY UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 
PERCENT 

I j UNDER 10 L2Sj 40 TO 59 

I \ m TO n SS83 60 TO 79 

[ I 20 TO 39 H 80 AND OVER 



CROPPER SUBUNITS IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT OF ALL CROPPERS, 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 



1954 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 

□ UNDER 60 
E2360 TO 79 
M AND OVER 

□ NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE - UNIT AREA--I02 9 

ALABAMA 103 

ARKANSAS 100 7 

FLORIDA 108 3 

GEORGIA 97 

KENTUCKY 119 

LOUISIANA 102 

MISSISSIPPI 102 5 

MISSOURI 90 7 

NORTH CAROLINA 102 I 

SOUTH CAROLINA 99 7 

TENNESSEE 108 9 

TEXAS 99 7 

VIRGINIA 110 4 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXV 



AVERAGE NUMBER OF SUBUNITS PER MULTIPLE UNIT, 1954 

(COUNTY UNIT BASIS) 



J S DEPARTMENT COMMERCE 




LEGEND 

AVERAGE NUMBER 
I i 2 TO 2 4 

2 5 TO 3 4 

3 5 TO 44 
■i 4 5 TO 94 
■I 9 5 AND OVER 

I NO MULTIPLE UNITS 
I I NOT IN MULTIPLE - UNIT AREA 



AVERAGE NUMBER 
MULTIPLE - UNIT AREA 

ALABAMA _ _ 2 1 

ARKANSAS 4 

FLORDIA . 2 

GEORGIA . 2 

KENTUCKY 2 

LOUISIANA 3 

MISSISSIPPI 4 

MISSOURI . 3 

NORTH CAROLINA 2 

SO ITH CAROLINA j 

TENNESSEE j 

TEXAS j 

VIRGINIA 2 



NO M54 - 026 



OF THE CENSUS 



SUBUNITS IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT OF ALL FARMS, 1954 
(COUNTY UNIT BASIS) 




U S DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 









-EGEND ^ 






AVERAGE NUMBER / 


{■■] 


UNDER 


10 y 


! ! 


10 


TO 


24 \ 


' ' \ 


25 


TO 


39 


SSSs 


4 


TO 


54 


■■ 


55 


AND OVER 




NO 


MULTIPLE UNITS 


□ 


NOT 


IN 


MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 

MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA 

ALABAMA 

ARKANSAS 

FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISIANA 

MISSISSIPPI 

MISSOURI 

NORTH CAROLINA 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

TENNESSEE 

TEXAS 

VIRGINIA 



36 5 
25 6 
30 
27 5 
24 9 



NO M54-009 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



XXVI 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



MULTIPLE UNITS CONTAINING HOME FARM AND ONE CROPPER ONLY AS A PERCENT 
OF ALL MULTIPLE UNITS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 





- 


LEGEND 






PERCENT 




□ under 


50 




EZ2 50 TO 


59 




im6o TO 


69 




BK70 TO 


79 




W» AND 


OVER 




CD NOT IN 


MULTIPLE-UNIT 


AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA.61.3 



7 9 2 



ALABAMA 

ARKANSAS 

FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISIANA. 

MISSISSIPPI 

MISSOURI 

NORTH CAROLINA 
SOUTH CAROLINA- 
TENNESSEE- _ . __ 68.2 

TEXAS 73.1 

VIRGINIA 69 5 



SUBUNITS IN MULTIPLE UNITS CONTAINING HOME FARM AND ONE CROPPER ONLY 
AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL SUBUNITS IN ALL MULTIPLE UNITS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 

□ UNDER 2 

E220 TO 39 

~" !40 TO 5 9 

M 60 TO 79 

■1U0 AND OVER 

CZ3 NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA. ..40.1 

ALABAMA 46 7 

ARKANSAS 21 O 

FLORIDA 703 

GEORGIA 45 I 

KENTUCKY 659 

LOUISIANA 2 7.2 

MISSISSIPPI 23 9 

MISSOURI 33.2 

NORTH CAROLINA 41.1 

SOUTH CAROLINA 37.5 

TENNESSEE 52 4 

TEXAS 57.9 

VIRGINIA 55 5 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXVII 





AVERAGE 


ACREAGE OF CROPLAND HARVESTED PER MULTIPLE UNIT, 1954 

(COUNTY UNIT BASIS) 
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^ < \ TEXAS 210 6 




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LZI1 50 TO 99 *_^ 
SS3 100 TO 199 \_^ i 
■1200 AND OVER ^\^i' 
LZDnO MULTIPLE UNIT °7 


US DEPARTMENT o 


F COMMERCE ^ 


1 1 NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA -'" MAP NO M54-0II BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



ACREAGE OF CROPLAND HARVESTED IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 






LEGEND 






PERCENT 




□ UNDER 


10 




\Z22\ TO 


24 




ES3 25 TO 


39 




BSi 40 TO 


54 




am 55 AND 


OVER 




□ NOT IN 


MULTIPLE-UNIT 


AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA c 

ALABAMA 22.3 

ARKANSAS 38 6 

FLORIDA 10 8 

GEORGIA 33.7 

KENTUCKY 17 1 

LOUISIANA -- 213 

MISSISSIPPI 48 7 

MISSOURI 27 2 

NORTH CAROLINA 30-9 

SOUTH CAROLINA 34 4 

TENNESSEE 29 8 

TEXAS -■ 115 

VIRGINIA 20.1 



XXVIII 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



SUBUNITS IN MULTIPLE UNITS REPORTING COTTON AS A PERCENT 
OF ALL FARMS REPORTING COTTON, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 
r~l UNDER I 
E?ain TO 19 
EH 20 TO 29 
I 30 TO 39 
HB 40 TO 49 
■I SO AND OVER 
I I NO COTTON 
□ NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 

MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA-- 31.5 

ALABAMA 19 5 

ARKANSAS 42 

FLORIDA 7.0 

GEORGIA 34.2 

KENTUCKY 42 5 

LOUISIANA 278 

MISSISSIPPI 446 

MISSOURI 29 8 

NORTH CAROLINA 33-7 

SOUTH CAROLINA 32.1 

TENNESSEE 32 6 

TEXAS II 8 

VIRGINIA 23.8 



FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS REPORTING COTTON AS A PERCENT 
OF ALL FARMS REPORTING COTTON, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 
PERCENT 

□ UNDER 5 
E1350 TO 5 9 
EZ36 TO 6 9 

170 TO 7 9 
■■ 8 O AND OVER 
LTZlNO COTTON 

□ NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA__68 5 

ALABAMA 80.5 

ARKANSAS 58. 

FLORIDA 93 

GEORGIA 65 8 

KENTUCKY 57.5 

LOUISIANA 72 .2 

MISSISSIPPI 55.4 

MISSOURI 70 2 

NORTH CAROLINA 66 3 

SOUTH CAROLINA 67 9 

TENNESSEE 67 4 

TEXAS 68 2 

VIRGINIA 76.2 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXIX 



COTTON ACREAGE HARVESTED AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED 
FOR MULTIPLE -UNIT OPERATIONS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 





LEGEND 
PERCENT 

□ UNDER 10 
!lO TO 24 

£2325 TO 39 

MO TO 54 

H 55 AND OVER 

□ NO COTTON 

CZ3N0T IN MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA__277 

ALABAMA 26.2 

ARKANSAS 42 9 

FLORIDA 2 8 

GEORGIA 19 7 

KENTUCKY 7 

LOUISIANA 38 5 

MISSISSIPPI 40 4 

MISSOURI 33 2 

NORTH CAROLINA II 

SOUTH CAROLINA 27.1 

TENNESSEE |9 9 

TEXAS --• 417 

VIRGINIA | 3 



COTTON ACREAGE HARVESTED IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL COTTON ACREAGE HARVESTED, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




I I UNDER I 

E222IO TO 24 

E2325 TO 39 

KS40 TO 54 

■I 55 AND OVER 

I I NO COTTON 

CD NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA.- 34 4 

ALABAMA 26.2 

ARKANSAS 46 8 

FLORIDA 7 3 

GEORGIA 40 7 

KENTUCKY 58 7 

LOUISIANA — 36 7 

MISSISSIPPI 55 8 

MISSOURI 31 4 

NORTH CAROLINA 34 9 

SOUTH CAROLINA 39 

TENNESSEE 37 9 

TEXAS 14 2 

VIRGINIA 27 3 



XXX 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



CORN ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR GRAIN IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL CORN ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR GRAIN, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 






LEGEND 




PERCENT * 


CD UNDER 


10 


E22I0 TO 


24 


ES2 25 TO 


39 


^40 TO 


54 


H 55 AND 


OVER 


□ NOT IN 


MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA. ..2 

ALABAMA 20 2 

ARKANSAS 30 5 

FLORIDA 9 3 

GEORGIA 33 3 

KENTUCKY |4 6 

LOUISIANA 20 3 

MISSISSIPPI 33.5 

MISSOURI 22 5 

NORTH CAROLINA 32 9 

SOUTH CAROLINA 30 3 

TENNESSEE 26 I 

TEXAS II 2 

VIRGINIA 20 7 



CORN ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR GRAIN AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, 
FOR MULTIPLE -UNIT OPERATIONS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 
CD UNDER 10 
KIO TO 24 
E33 25 TO 39 
SS40 TO 5 4 
■155 AND OVER 
CD NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA__. £ 

ALABAMA 39 I 

ARKANSAS 81 

FLORIDA 28.8 

GEORGIA 34.1 

KENTUCKY 34 7 

LOUISIANA 17 7 

MISSISSIPPI 19 I 

MISSOURI 15.4 

NORTH CAROLINA 36.1 

SOUTH CAROLINA 24 

TENNESSEE 30 3 

TEXAS 15 3 

VIRGINIA 28 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXXI 



RICE ACREAGE HARVESTED IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL RICE ACREAGE HARVESTED, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 

C22 UNDER I 
TO 24 
HL-: AND OVER 

□ NO RICE 

□ NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA. .11 < 

ALABAMA (NA) 

ARKANSAS 23 7 

FLORIDA (MA) 

GEORGIA ( NA ) 

KENTUCKY ( NA) 

LOUISIANA 43 

MISSISSIPPI 36 I 

MISSOURI 12 5 

NORTH CAROLINA (NA) 

SOUTH CAROLINA (NA) 

TENNESSEE ( N A) 

TEXAS 2 7 

VIRGINIA (NA| 

(NA) NOT AVAILABLE 



RICE ACREAGE HARVESTED AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, 
FOR MULTIPLE "UNIT OPERATIONS, 1954 



ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




□ UNDER 10 
i I TO 24 

E2325 TO 39 
KH40 TO 54 
M55 AND OVER 
I I NO RICE 

□ NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA-. I 5 

ALABAMA U 

ARKANSAS 9 

FLORIDA y 

GEORGIA U 

KENTUCKY -L/ 

LOUISIANA 4.5 

MISSISSIPPI I 

MISSOURI 0.4 

NORTH CAROLINA 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

TENNESSEE U 

TEXAS I 5 

VIRGINIA -L/ 

RICE 



XXXII 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



PERCENT OF MULTIPLE- UNIT OPERATIONS REPORTING HORSES AND/OR MULES, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 

□ UNDER 80 

^80 TO 89 

M90 AND OVER 

CD NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE - UNIT AREA 77 7 

ALABAMA 75 4 

ARKANSAS 51 8 

FLORIDA 68 

GEORGIA 81 3 

KENTUCKY 77 8 

LOUISIANA 80 6 

MISSISSIPPI 78 6 

MISSOURI 19 4 

NORTH CAROLINA 85 8 

SOUTH CAROLINA 86-4 

TENNESSEE 75 4 

TEXAS 51 4 

VIRGINIA 85 7 



PERCENT OF MULTIPLE - UNIT OPERATIONS REPORTING HORSES AND / OR MULES 

CENSUS OF 1950 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS 




PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA 8 5 

ALABAMA 84 4 

ARKANSAS 7 4 

FLORIDA __ 80 6 

GEORGIA 9 16 

KENTUCKY 848 

LOUISIANA 85 3 

MARYLAND 82 2 

MISSISSIPPI 86 

MISSOURI 5 2 7 

NORTH CAROLINA- __8 8 9 

SOUTH CAROLINA 899 

TENNESSEE 85 

TEXAS 6 I 8 

VIRGINIA 88 8 



S DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



THE CENSUS 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXXIII 



NUMBER OF HORSES AND MULES ON MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF ALL HORSES AND MULES, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




DEPARTMENT 



LEGEND 

PERCENT 

□ UNDER 10 
|I0 TO 24 
S3 25 TO 39 
BBS 40 TO 54 
M 55 AND OVER 
CZ3 NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA..20 3 

ALABAMA 150 

ARKANSAS 19 2 

FLORIDA 5 8 

GEORGIA 28 6 

KENTUCKY |3 2 

LOUISIANA | | 7 

MISSISSIPPI 26 8 

MISSOURI | | 4 

NORTH CAROLINA 31 5 

SOUTH CAROLINA - 27 2 

TENNESSEE 2 1 9 

TEXAS 6 I 

VIRGINIA 16 7 



NUMBER OF HORSES AND MULES ON MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF ALL HORSES AND MULES CENSUS OF 1950 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA 

ALABAMA I 

ARKANSAS . I 

FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 2 

KENTUCKY I 

LOUISIANA I 

MARYLAND 

MISSISSIPPI 2 

MISSOURI I 

NORTH CAROLINA_ 2 

SOUTH CAROLINA 2 

TENNESSEE I 

TEXAS 

VIRGINIA I 



XXXIV 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



TOBACCO ACREAGE HARVESTED IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL TOBACCO ACREAGE HARVESTED, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 






LEGEND 




PERCENT 


□ under 


10 


E23lO TO 


24 


E33 25 TO 


39 


KB 40 TO 


54 


■1 55 AND 


OVER 


1 1 NO TOBACCO 


□ NOT IN 


MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA ___; 

ALABAMA 19 3 

ARKANSAS U 

FLORIDA 13 9 

GEORGIA 31.2 

KENTUCKY IB 7 

LOUISIANA (NA) 

MISSISSIPPI SJ. 

MISSOURI 1/ 

NORTH CAROLINA 37 6 

SOUTH CAROLINA 34 3 

TENNESSEE 27 I 

TEXAS U 

VIRGINIA 32 7 

\J NO TOBACCO 
(NA) NOT AVAILABLE 



TOBACCO ACREAGE NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL TOBACCO ACREAGE, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




[31 UNDER 5 
E22 50 TO 5 9 
ES360 TO 69 
SSS 70 TO 79 

■■ 80 AND OVER 

I I NO TOBACCO 

CZ3N0T IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 68 3 

ALABAMA 80.7 

ARKANSAS ^ 

FLORIDA 86.1 

GEORGIA 66 8 

KENTUCKY 81 3 

LOUISIANA (NA) 

Mississippi y 

MISSOURI U 

NORTH CAROLINA 62 4 

SOUTH CAROLINA 65.7 

TENNESSEE 72 9 

TEXAS u 

VIRGINIA 67.3 

U NO TOBACCO 
(NA) NOT AVAILABLE 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



XXXV 



TOBACCO ACREAGE HARVESTED AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, 
FOR MULTIPLE -UNIT OPERATIONS, 1954 

UNIT BASIS) 



(ECONOMIC AREA 




PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA__3 

ALABAMA -V 

ARKANSAS i/ 

FLORIDA 3,4 

GEORGIA |.5 

KENTUCKY E 8 

LOUISIANA — . (NA) 

MISSISSIPPI 1/ 

MISSOURI 1/ 

NORTH CAROLINA 15.2 

SOUTH CAROLINA 3 6 

TENNESSEE ; 1.9 

TEXAS £/ 

VIRGINIA 117 

I' LESS THAN 05 PERCENT 
2/ NO TOBACCO 
IKAJNOT AVAILABLE 



I I NO 

□ not in multiple-unit area 



TOBACCO ACREAGE HARVESTED AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, 
FOR MULTIPLE - UNIT OPERATIONS CENSUS OF 1950 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




PERCENT 
MULTIPLE- UNIT AREA 2 5 

ALABAMA II 

ARKANSAS II 

FLORIOA .24 

GEORGIA II 

KENTUCKY 7 I 

LOUISIANA 12 

MARYLAND 35 4 

MISSISSIPPI 12 

MISSOURI 12 

NORTH CAROLINA _ _l 3 
SOUTH CAROLINA _ ± 2 8 

TENNESSEE I 9 

TEXAS 12 

VIRGINIA 10 7 

U. LESS THAN 05 PERCENT 
12 NO TOBACCO 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



XXXVI 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



PEANUT ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR PICKING OR THRESHING AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL CROPLAND HARVESTED, FOR MULTIPLE "UNIT OPERATIONS, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




LEGEND 

PERCENT 

CZ) UNDER I 

E^IO TO 24 

E2325 TO 39 

^40 TO 54 

■1 55 AND OVER 

CD NO PEANUTS 

1 I NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE -UNIT AREA 2 

ALABAMA 5 

ARKANSAS L 

FLORIDA 4 I 

GEORGIA 8 3 

KENTUCKY L 

LOUISIANA U 

MISSISSIPPI U 

MISSOURI 2- 

NORTH CAROLINA 4 7 

SOUTH CAROLINA 3 

TENNESSEE U 

TEXAS 5 

VIRGINIA 5 7 

Xl LESS THAN 05 
2_/ NO PEANUTS 



PEANUT ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR PICKING OR THRESHING IN MULTIPLE UNITS AS A PERCENT 
OF TOTAL PEANUT ACREAGE HARVESTED FOR PICKING OR THRESHING, 1954 

(ECONOMIC AREA UNIT BASIS) 




□ under 

3 1 TO 24 

!25 TO 39 

I 40 TO 54 

■1 55 AND OVER 

□ NO PEANUTS 

CD NOT IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA 



PERCENT 
MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA_ 319 

ALABAMA --- 27 9 

ARKANSAS 3 8 

FLORIDA 8 3 

GEORGIA 41 7 

KENTUCKY 12 5 

LOUISIANA 2,6 

MISSISSIPPI 6 I 

MISSOURI Jj 

NORTH CAROLINA 46 3 

SOUTH CAROLINA 30 2 

TENNESSEE 9 8 

TEXAS 5 3 

VIRGINIA 19 I 

u NO PEANUTS 



SUMMARY 

(i) 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 1.— SPECIFIED DATA FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS COMPARED 
DATA FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA COMPARED WITH TOTALS FOR 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


United 
States 


Multiple-unit States 




Total 
(13 States) 




Multiple- 


initarea 






Total 
(multiple- 
unit area) 


In multiple units 


Not in 
multiple 




Total 


Percent of 
total for 
multiple- 








(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


1,490,543 
1,686,160 


131,877 
146,436 


8.8 

8.7 


1,358,666 
1,539,724 


2 




1950... 


3 






4,782,416 
5,382,162 


2,291,862 
2,615,205 


1,761,852 
2,020,094 


403,186 
466,463 


22.9 

23.1 


1,358,666 
1,539,724 






1950... 








3 276,029 
'351,991 


240,141 
348,271 


268,744 
339,753 


276,445 
329,403 


102.9 
97.0 


-7,701 
10,082 


6 




1950... 




. 




1,158,191,511 
1,158,565,852 


372,791,536 
379,209,003 


199,034,349 
205,724,785 


44,300,286 
46,836,941 


22.3 
22.8 


154,734,063 
156,797,266 


8 




1950... 




Cr la 1 




332,870,479 
344,398,550 


85,649,073 
93,827,558 


54,509,252 
60,243,623 


14,903,239 
16,250,256 


27.3 
27.0 


39,606,013 
43,685,081 


10 




1949 . . . 


11 


Corn harvestedfor grain. .operatio 


i units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


985,604 


118,009 


12.0 


867,595 


12 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1,254,870 


133,644 


10.7 


1,121,226 


L3 




farms reporting 1954... 


2,543,389 


1,302,766 


1,120,229 


252,634 


22.6 


867,595 


hi, 




1949... 


3,202,269 


1,749,111 


1,440,924 


313,661 


21.7 


1,121,226 


15 




acres 1954... 


66,792,680 


18,712,172 


15,155,399 


3,739,539 


24.7 


11,415,860 


16 




1949 . . . 


75,132,672 


23,206,321 


18,034,048 


4,379,623 


24.3 


13,607,859 


17 




bushels 1954... 


2,612,910,791 


360,120,387 


276,172,851 


66,545,737 


24.1 


209,627,114 


18 




1949... 


2,778,190,131 


571,227,897 


403,433,891 


98,769,568 


24.5 


303,617,550 


19 




i units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


613,727 


87,410 


14.2 


526,317 


20 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


791,241 


102, 110 


12.9 


689,131 


21 




farms reporting 1954... 


864,138 


821,193 


768,271 


241,954 


31.5 


526,317 


22 




1949 . . . 


1,110,876 


1,058,939 


992,797 


301,676 


30.4 


689,131 


23 




acres 1954... 


18,858,145 


16,435,456 


11,983,844 


4, 127, 689 


34.4 


7,856,155 


24 




1949... 


26,599,263 


23,847,628 


17,898,033 


5,772,941 


32.3 


12,096,201 


25 




bales 1954... 


12,921,376 


10,048,302 


7,884,607 


3,055,985 


38.8 


4,828,622 


26 




1949 . . . 


15,419,458 


12,826,540 


9,572,210 


3,477,049 


36.3 


6,079,177 


27 




1 units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


56,649 


(NA) 


(NA) 


28 




1949 . . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54,185 


(NA) 


(NA) 


29 




farms reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


114,223 


(NA) 


(NA) 


SO 




1949 . . . 


531,922 


(NA) 


(NA) 


110,121 


(NA) 


(NA) 


31 




acres 1954... 


1,557,039 


1,418,197 


1,389,546 


440,106 


31.7 


949,440 


32 




1949... 


1,532,298 


1,372,680 


1,343,077 


404,671 


30.1 


937,129 


J3 




pounds 1954. . . 


1,921,525,672 


1,750,069,573 


1,710,737,753 


544,253,018 


31.8 


1,166,484,735 


34 




1949... 


1,769,769,030 


1,575,095,752 


1,539,239,384 


478,033,396 


31.1 


1,059,472,980 


15 




i units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


10,077 


931 


9.2 


9,146 


36 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


9,368 


528 


5.6 


8,843 


37 




farms reporting 1954. . . 


11,728 


10,368 


10,321 


1,175 


11.4 


9,146 


38 




1949... 


10,927 


, 


9,955 


711 


7.1 


8,843 


39 




acres 1954... 


2,498,109 


2,023,688 


2,012,188 


229,751 


11.4 


1,782,437 


40 




1949... 


1,819,092 


1,515,345 


1,491,133 


102,088 


6.8 


1,242,402 


41 




bushels 1954... 


145,075,509 


116,953,980 


116,379,817 


13,465,980 


11.6 


102,913,837 


42 




1949... 


89,431,985 


67,410,129 


66,868,146 


4,854,653 


7.3 


55,443,203 


43 


Peanut* harvested for picking 


T units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


92,659 


12,577 


13.6 


80,082 


44 




1949 . . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


136,663 


17,283 


12.6 


119,380 


45 




farms reporting 1954... 


119,188 


112,935 


107,212 


27,130 


25.3 


80,082 


46 




1949... 


183,117 


170,872 


160,224 


40,626 


25.4 


119,380 


47 




acres 1954... 


1,270,386 


1,177,147 


1,046,913 


334,429 


31.9 


712,484 


48 




1949... 


2,133,897 


1,983,783 


1,726,797 


587,117 


34.0 


1,137,056 


49 




pounds 1954... 


884, 664, 110 


845,389,511 


806,351,349 


271,682,188 


30.5 


534,669,161 


50 




1949... 


1,721,913,217 


1,617,935,759 


1,462,443,386 


493,378,239 


33.7 


967,079,213 


51 




n units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


102,481 


(NA) 


(NA) 


52 




1950... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


124,860 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 




farms reporting 1954... 


1,799,899 


1,089,076 


878,522 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54 




1950... 


2,905,120 


1,630,457 


1,282,277 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 






number 1954 ,. . 


4,141,288 


2,203,228 


1,737,268 


353,514 


20.3 


1,383,754 


i 




1950... 


7,603,910 


3,855,260 


2,952,993 


544,013 


18.4 


2,386,448 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SUMMARY 

WITH FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA; AND SPECIFIED 
STATES AND FOR THE UNITED STATES.- CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 1 



Alabama (entire State 


Ln multiple-unit area) 


Arkansas 






In multiple units 






rtlltiple-unit area 










In multiple units 






The State 


Total 


Percent of 
total for 
multlple- 


Not in 

multiple 


The State 


Total 
(multiple- 
unit area) 






Not in 

multiple 




Total 


Percent of 
total for 
multiple- 


















unit area 2 






159,407 


9,720 


6.1 


149,687 


(NA) 


69,788 


6,525 


9.3 


63,263 


1 


188,685 


12,660 


6.7 


176,025 


(NA) 


88,379 


7,430 


8.4 


80,949 


2 


176,956 


27,269 


15.4 


149,687 


145,076 


91,939 


28,676 


31.2 


63,263 


3 


211,512 


35,487 


16.8 


176,025 


182,429 


115,841 


34,892 


30.1 


80,949 


4 


17,236 


17,759 


103.0 


523 


22,863 


22,329 


22,477 


100.7 


148 


5 


24,811 


23,543 


94.9 


1,268 


28,576 


27,215 


28,075 


103.2 


860 


6 


20,810,492 


4,317,469 


20.7 


16,493,023 


17,944,367 


10,955,590 


3,183,143 


29.1 


7,772,447 


7 


20,888,784 


4,803,052 


23.0 


16,085,732 


18,871,244 


11,305,241 


3,092,436 


27.4 


8,212,805 


8 


4,812,086 


1,073,611 


22.3 


3,738,475 


5,535,608 


4,565,426 


1,761,419 


38.6 


2,804,007 


9 


5,729,421 


1,285,188 


22.4 


4,444,233 


5,930,093 


4,615,727 


1,634,600 


35.4 


2,981,127 


10 


118,440 


9,331 


7.9 


109,109 


(NA) 


32,028 


4,500 


14.1 


27,528 


11 


153,790 


12,004 


7.8 


141,786 


(NA) 


55,972 


5,494 


9.8 


50,478 


L2 


129,701 


20,592 


15.9 


109,109 


46,121 


37,051 


9,523 


25.7 


27,528 


13 


169,251 


27,465 


16.2 


141,786 


96,575 


63,066 


12,588 


20.0 


50,478 


14 


2,076,074 


419,412 


20.2 


1,656,662 


559,080 


466,481 


142,079 


30.5 


324,402 


15 


2,299,479 


453,976 


19.5 


1,845,503 


1,087,737 


785,152 


196,046 


25.0 


589,106 


L6 


26,033,362 


5,221,828 


20.1 


20,811,534 


6,448,128 


5,558,755 


2,113,392 


38.0 


3,445,363 


17 


40,972,309 


8,123,895 


19.8 


32,848,414 


21,626,026 


15,343,508 


4,033,904 


26.3 


11,309,604 


18 


94,865 


9,037 


9.5 


85,828 


(HA) 


42,969 


6,298 




36,671 


19 


130,104 


11,551 


8.9 


118,553 


(NA) 


62,941 


7,157 


11.4 


55,784 


20 


106,592 


20,764 


19.5 


85,828 


67,767 


63,220 


26, 549 


42.0 


36,671 


21 


145,484 


26,931 


18.5 


118,553 


100,234 


87,858 


32,074 


36.5 


55,784 


J? 


1,153,514 


302,341 


26.2 


851,173 


1,697,523 


1,614,498 


755,914 


46.8 


858,584 


23 


1,850,846 


440,728 


23.8 


1,410,118 


2,572,610 


2,365,196 


971,295 


41.1 


1,393,901 


24 


707,152 


185,316 


26.2 


521,836 


1,293,849 


1,252,312 


652,803 


52.1 


599, 509 


25 


824,290 


217,489 


26.4 


606,801 


1,584,307 


1,518,320 


708,135 


46.6 


810,185 


.1-. 


193 


22 


11.4 


171 


(NA) 










27 


132 


17 


12.9 


115 


(NA) 










28 


203 


32 


15.8 


171 


38 










29 


135 


20 


14.8 


115 


37 










.10 


580 


112 


19.3 


468 


48 










31 


395 


JO 


20.3 


315 


28 










32 


484,314 


118,050 


24.4 


366,264 


32,337 










33 


355,574 


71,987 


20.2 


283,587 


34,103 










14 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


3,394 


608 


17.9 


2,786 


15 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


2,818 


289 


10.3 


2,529 


16 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


3,588 


3,562 


776 


a. 8 


2,786 


V! 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2,940 


2,938 


409 


13.9 


2,529 


)R 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


670,435 


664,486 


157,780 


23.7 


506,706 


39 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


411,040 


410,832 


65,185 


15.9 


345,647 


40 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


40,038,662 


39,759,942 


9,149,931 


23.0 


30,610,011 


41 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


19,889,614 


19,879,314 


3,121,668 


15.7 


16,757,646 


..:.' 


21,156 


2,189 


10.3 


18,967 


(HA) 


1,479 


38 


2.6 


1,441 


43 


33,852 


3,247 


9.6 


30,605 


(NA) 


3,397 


30 


0.9 


3,367 


44 


23,145 


4,178 


18.1 


18,967 


2,140 


1,486 


45 


3.0 


1,441 


45 


37,302 


6,697 


18.0 


30,605 


5,324 


3,397 


30 


0.9 


3,367 


46 


193,454 


54,037 


27.9 


139,417 


3,385 


2,117 


80 


3.8 


2,037 


47 


342,006 


102,503 


30.0 


239,503 


6,464 


3,267 


41 


1.3 


3,226 


18 


101, 154, 369 


28,795,663 


28.5 


72,358,706 


772,690 


422,657 


25,260 


6.0 


397,397 


49 


279,809,580 


84,096,737 


30.1 


195,712,843 


2,573,569 


1,025,348 


14,630 


1.4 


1,010,718 


50 


(NA) 


7,327 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


3,380 


(NA) 


(NA) 


51 


(NA) 


10,688 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5,504 


(NA) 


(NA) 


52 


90,407 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(MA) 


61,805 


34,870 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 


143,527 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


112,548 


65,871 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


54 


165,375 


24,755 


15.0 


140,620 


127,696 


75,952 


14, 581 


19.2 


61,371 


55 


287,928 




14.4 


246,378 


283,873 


176,747 


33,705 


19.1 


143,042 


'■' 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table l.-SPECIFIED DATA FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS COMPARED 
DATA FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA COMPARED WITH TOTALS FOR 





(For definitions 


and explanations, see text) 


Florida 




The State 


Multiple-unit area 




Total 
(multiple- 


In multiple units 


Not in 
multiple 




Total 


Percent of 
total for 
multiple- 


1 


Op.r.ti.. ™it. 


number 1954.. . 


(NA) 


21,402 


621 


2.9 


20,781 


2 




1950... 


(NA) 


24,639 


793 


3.2 


23,846 


3 


F.r.. 




57,543 


22,180 


1,399 


6.3 


20,781 


4 




1950.. . 


56,921 


25,630 


1,784 


7.0 


23,846 


5 






862 


750 


812 


108.3 


-62 


6 




1950... 


1,662 


1,295 


1,011 


78.1 


284 








18,161,675 
16,527,536 


4,058,666 

3,890,533 


324,607 
350,526 


8.0 

9.0 


3,734,059 
3,540,007 


8 




1950... 


9 




acres 1954... 


1,935,655 


865,866 


93 ,613 


10.8 


772 ,253 


10 




1949... 


l,72e,232 


882,844 


90,644 


10.3 


792,200 


11 


Corn harvested for grain. 


.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


12, 547 


542 


4.3 


12,005 


12 




1949... 


(NA) 


15,720 


689 


4.4 


15,031 


13 




farms reporting 1954... 


14,383 


12,805 


800 


6.2 


12,005 


U 




1949... 


18,880 


16,123 


1,092 


6.8 


15,031 


15 




acres 1954. . . 


312,789 


288,597 


26,946 


9.3 


261,651 


11 




1949... 


319,228 


291,915 


29,457 


10.1 


262,458 


17 




bushels 1954... 


5,277,243 


4,854,977 


431,072 


8.9 


4,423,905 


18 




1949... 


3,845,324 


3,449,652 


340,223 


9.9 


3,109,429 


19 




.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


5,409 


270 


5.0 


5,139 


. 




1949... 


(NA) 


5,487 


262 


4.8 


5,225 


21 




farms reporting 1954... 


5,551 


5,528 


389 


7.0 


5,139 


22 




1949... 


5,623 


,■ 


385 


6.9 


5,225 


23 




acres 1954... 


33,713 


33,410 


2,630 


7.9 


30,780 


24 




1949 . . . 


43,162 


43,054 


3,502 


8.1 


39,552 


25 




bales 1954... 


24,519 


24,341 


1,943 


8.0 


22,398 


26 




1949 . . . 


17,502 


17,429 


1,517 


8.7 


15,912 


27 


Tobacco harvested 


.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


5,034 


396 


7.9 


4,638 


28 




1949 . . . 


(NA) 


5,571 


368 


6.6 


5,203 


29 




farms reporting 1954... 


5,599 


5,237 


599 


11.4 


4,638 


30 




1949 . . . 


6,033 


5,708 


505 


8.8 


5,203 






acres 1954... 


24,195 


23,147 


3,229 


13.9 


19,918 


32 




1949... 


22,118 


21,291 


2,184 


10.3 


19,107 


33 




pounds 1954. . . 


29,615,769 


28,428,109 


3,925,689 


13.8 


24,502,420 


34 




1949. . . 


22,536,359 


21,721,251 


2,396,601 


11.0 


19,324,650 


35 


Rice harvested 


.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


36 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


37 




farms reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


38 




1949 . . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


39 




acres 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


40 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


. 




bushels 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


42 




1 149. - • 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


43 


Peanut* harvested for pi 


eking 
















.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


3,926 


169 


4.3 


3,757 


... 




1949 . . . 


(NA) 


4,687 


283 


6.0 


4,404 


45 




farms reporting 1954 — 


4,309 


4,004 


247 


6.2 


3,757 


46 




1949 . . . 


5,168 


4,841 


437 


9.0 


4,404 


47 




acres 1954 . . . 


51,370 


46,137 


3,824 


8.3 


42,313 


48 




1949... 


62,969 


58,017 


7,246 


12.5 


50,771 


49 




pounds 1954. . . 


39,111,367 


35,614,743 


2,800,785 


7.9 


32,813,958 


50 




1949... 


48,600,113 


45,885,817 


5,229,413 


11.4 


40,656,404 


51 


Horses a>d mmltm 


.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


422 


(NA) 


(NA) 






52 




1950... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


639 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 




farms reporting 1954. . . 


17,931 


10,221 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54 




1950 .. . 


26,903 


16,205 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


55 




number 1954. . . 


34,048 


15,655 


908 




14,747 


56 




1950... 


51,052 


27,147 


1,764 


6.5 


25,383 




See footnotes at end of 


table . 













SUMMARY 

WITH FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA: AND SPECIFIED 
STATES AND FOR THE UNITED STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND mO'-Continued 



Gee 


rgia (entire State i 


n multiple-unit area 


) 


Kentucky 






In multiple units 






Multiple-unit area 














In multiple units 












Not in 














2 -.ate 




Percent of 


multiple- 


The State 


Total 




Percent of 
total for 


Not in 






Total 


total for 


units 2 




(multiple- 


Total 


multiple 


















multiple- 




















unit area 2 






139, 154 


14,912 


10.7 


124,242 


(NA) 


154,051 


11,372 


7.4 


142,679 


1 


162,157 


19,227 


11.9 


142,930 


(NA) 


171,520 


12,536 


7.3 


158,984 


2 


165,523 


41,281 


24.9 


124,242 


193,487 


169,270 


26,591 


15.7 


142,679 


3 


198,191 


55,261 


27.9 


142,930 


218,476 


190,187 


29,348 


15.4 


158,984 


4 


27,688 


26,859 


97.0 


829 


13,618 


12,969 


15,439 


119.0 


-2,470 


5 


•11,194 


37,384 


90.8 


3,610 


16,391 


16,177 


17,092 


105.7 


-944 


6 


24,018,773 


7,213,079 


':' .0 


16,805,694 


18,034,380 


16,656,689 


2,559,535 


15.4 


14,097,154 


7 


25,751,055 


8,146,765 


31.6 


17,604,290 


19,441,774 


17,870,962 


2,768,523 


15.5 


14,975,855 


8 


6,117,379 


2,064,281 


33.7 


4,053,098 


4,541,381 


4,411,509 


756,474 


17.1 


3,655,035 


9 


7,098,147 


2,560,483 


36.1 


4,537,664 


5,053,682 


4,881,058 


839,734 


17.2 


4,025,809 


10 


95,774 


14,016 


14.6 


81,758 


(NA) 


109,531 


9,788 


8.9 


99,743 


11 


128,307 


18,291 


14.3 


110,016 


(NA) 


130,843 


10,900 


8.3 


119,943 


12 


111,949 


30,191 


27.0 


81,758 


133,278 


114,559 


14,816 


12.9 


99,743 


13 


153,220 


43,204 


28.2 


UO ,016 


159,310 


138,521 


16,951 


12.2 


119,943 


14 


2,113,495 


703,453 


33.3 


1,410,042 


1,864,813 


1,792,291 


262,409 


14.6 


1,529,882 


15 


2,527,071 


886,963 


35.1 


1,640,108 


2,152,732 


2,054,859 


300,605 


14.6 


1,744,577 


16 


25,250,821 


8,311,898 


32.9 


16,938,923 


57,281,608 


55,371,886 


8,659,936 


15.6 


46,711,950 


17 


37,837,343 


12,800,533 


33.6 


25,036,810 


71,009,754 


68,510,276 


11,186,544 


16.3 


57,074,746 


18 


64,731 


12,791 


19.8 


51,940 


(NA) 


631 


135 


21.4 


496 


19 


89,977 


15,932 


17.7 


74,045 


(NA) 


829 


138 


16.6 


691 


20 


78,946 


27,006 


34.2 


51,940 


862 


862 


366 


42.5 


496 


21 


110,355 


36,310 


32.9 


74,045 


1,096 


1,098 


407 


37.1 


691 


.'2 


1,000,731 


407,616 


40.7 


593,115 


9,544 


9,544 


5,600 


58.7 


3,944 


23 


1,556,505 


605,126 


38.9 


951,379 


14,798 


14,798 


8,445 


57.1 


6,353 


24 


598,492 


251,544 


42.0 


346,948 


11,240 


11,240 


6,690 


59.5 


4,550 


25 


609,967 


254,768 


41.8 


355,179 


12,887 


12,887 


7,509 


58.3 


5,378 


2. 


24,546 


4,665 


19.9 


19,661 


(NA) 


(NA) 


10,786 


(NA) 


(NA) 


27 


27,043 


5,156 


19.1 


21,887 


(NA) 


(NA) 


11 ,683 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2.1 


28,405 


8,744 


30.8 


19,661 


(NA) 


(NA) 


16,378 


(NA) 


(NA) 


29 


31,185 


9,298 


29.8 


21,887 


(NA) 


(NA) 


19,247 


(NA) 


(NA) 


30 


102,035 


31,786 


31.2 


70,249 


277,252 


275,038 


51,389 


18.7 


223,649 


31 


91,430 


27,470 


30.0 


63,960 


323,680 


321,734 


59,595 


16.5 


261,236 


>2 


107,656,460 


34,006,015 


31.6 


73,650,445 


411,725,612 


406,542,499 


78,061,631 


4.4 


330,460,868 


J3 


102,504,527 


32,176,082 


31.4 


70,326,445 


404,881,235 


402,395,184 


77,969,847 


19.4 


323,092,634 


i.. 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


15 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


36 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


37 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


«t 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


19 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


40 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


41 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


42 


22,581 


4,802 


21.3 


17,779 


(NA) 


35 


1 


2.9 


34 


43 


36,859 


7,841 


21.3 


29,018 


(NA) 


5 






5 


44 


27,801 


10,022 


36.0 


17,779 


45 


35 


1 


2.9 


34 


45 


47,454 


18,436 


38.9 


29,018 


5 


5 






5 


46 


410,774 


171,105 


41.7 


239,669 


6 


6 


1 


12.5 


7 


47 


749,691 


333,289 


44.5 


416,402 


4 


4 






* 


4S 


244,766,425 


105,444,745 


43.1 


139,341,680 


8,190 


7,477 


1,000 


13.4 


6,477 


■2. 


583,512,881 


258,168,643 


44.2 


325,344,238 


1,774 


1,774 






1,774 


50 


(NA) 


12,117 


(NA) 


V, 


(NA) 


(NA) 


8,851 


(NA) 


(NA) 


51 


(NA) 


17,613 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


10,632 


(NA) 


(NA) 


52 


82,206 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


104,371 


91,368 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 


129,327 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


149,586 


131,904 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54 


142,851 


40,897 


28.6 


101,954 


209,384 


192,327 


25,353 


13.2 


166,974 


55 


253,982 


72,121 


28.4 


181,861 


357,834 


332,326 


39,102 


11.8 


290,760 


56 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table l.-SPECIFIED DATA FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS COMPARED 
DATA FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA COMPARED WITH TOTALS FOR 







Louisiana (entire State in multiple-unit area) 






In multiple units 












(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 


Total 


Percent of 
total for 

multiple- 


Not in 

multiple 


1 




98,578 


4,485 


4.5 


94,093 


2 


1950... 


108,307 


5,244 


4.8 


103,063 






111,127 
124,181 


17,034 
21,118 


15.3 
17.0 


94, 093 
103,063 


4 


1950... 


5 




12,440 


: ,1 14 


102.0 


-244 


6 


1950... 


15,927 


16,198 


101.7 


-.71 


7 




11,441,343 


2,080,669 


18.2 


9,360,674 


8 


1950... 


11,202,278 


2,289,204 


20.4 


8,913,074 


■' 


Cropland harvested acres 1954... 


3,010,580 


640,591 


21.3 


2,369,989 


10 


1949 . . . 


3,148,881 


686,786 


21.8 


2,462,095 


:i 


Corn harvested for grain, .operation units reporting 1954... 


50,091 


3,720 


7.4 


46,371 


12 


1949... 


63,435 


4,328 


6.8 


59,107 


13 


farms reporting 1954. . . 


54,749 


, ' 


15.3 


46,371 


w 


1949 . . . 


70,261 


11,154 


15.9 


59,107 


15 


acres 1954... 


557,446 


113,176 


20.3 


444,270 


16 


1949 . . . 


690,809 


128,960 


18.7 


561,849 


17 


bushels 1954 .. . 


10,793,110 


2,330,112 


21.6 


8,462,998 


IS 


1949... 


13,030,057 


2,688,416 


20.6 


10,341,641 


19 




41,255 


4,200 


10.2 


37,055 


2 


1949... 


51,715 


4,692 


9.1 


47,023 


21 


farms reporting 1954... 


51,348 


14,293 


27.8 


37,055 


22 


1949. . . 


64,097 


17,074 


26.6 


47,023 


23 


acres 1954 .. . 


672,012 


246,471 


36.7 


425,541 


24 


1949... 




329,916 


36.0 


586,214 


2 


bales 1954... 


539,612 


201,805 


37.4 


337,807 


26 


1949... 


607,186 


240,436 


39.6 


366,750 


27 


Tobacco harvested operation units reporting 1954. . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


28 


1949... 


42 


(NA) 


(NA) 


42 


29 


farms reporting 1954... 


35 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


30 


1949... 


42 


(NA) 


(NA) 


42 


31 


acres 1954... 


239 


(NA) 


(NA) 


239 


32 


1949... 


346 


(NA) 


(NA) 


346 


33 


pounds 1954. . . 


184,358 


(NA) 


(NA) 


184,358 


34 


1949 . . . 


256,794 


(NA) 


(NA) 


256,794 


35 




-,t''- 


188 


4.0 


4,510 


36 


1949... 


5,620 


219 


3.9 


5,401 


37 


farms reporting 1954... 


4,748 


238 


5.0 


4,510 


38 




5,678 


277 


4.9 


5,401 


39 


acres 1954... 


665,607 


28,731 


4.3 


636,876 


40 


1949... 


562,509 


27,505 


4.9 


535,004 


41 


bushels 1954 . . . 


36,302,000 


1,673,024 


4.6 


34,628,976 


42 


1949... 


23,601,143 


1,263,838 


5.4 


22,337,305 


43 


Peanuts harvested for picking 














1,939 


44 


2.3 


1,895 


44 


1949... 




62 


2.0 


3,032 


45 


farms reporting 1954 . . . 


1,947 


52 


2.7 


1,895 


46 


1949 . . . 


3,108 


76 


2.4 


3,032 


47 


acres 1954... 


1,953 


51 


2.6 


1,902 


48 


1949... 


2,535 


127 


5.0 


2,408 


49 


pounds 1954 — 


425,963 


13,183 


3.1 


412,780 


5 


1949... 


752,159 


27,602 


3.7 


724,557 


51 




(NA) 


3,614 


(NA) 


(NA) 


52 


1950. . - 


(NA) 


4,473 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 


farms reporting 1954... 


63,485 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54 


1950... 


86,195 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


55 


number 1954... 


144,907 


16,930 


11.7 


127,977 


56 


1950... 


233,288 


28,018 


12.0 


205,270 



See footnotes at end of table 



SUMMARY 

WITH FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA; AND SPECIFIED 
STATESAND FOR THE UNITED STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Missi 


ssippi (entire State 


in multiple-unit 


area) 


Missouri 






Ir: multiple units 




The State 


Multiple-unit area 






The State 


Total 


Percent of 
total for 
multiple- 


Not in 
multiple 


Total 
(multiple- 
unit area) 


In multiple units 


Not in 

multiple 




Total 


Percent of 

total for 

multiple-unit 




155,247 


18,041 


n. 


j 


6 (NA) 


14,229 


1,434 


10.1 


12,795 


1 


175,031 


20,904 


11. 


154,12 


(NA) 


17,322 


1,981 


11.4 


15,341 


2 


215,915 


78,709 


36. 


) 137.2C 


201,614 


17,198 


4,403 


25.6 


12,795 


3 


251,383 


97,256 


38. 


7 154, ia 


7 230,045 


21,774 


6,433 


29.5 


15,341 


* 


59,703 


61,202 


102. 


5 -1,49 


(NA) 


3,457 


3,137 


90.7 


320 


5 


74,617 


77,392 


103. 


7 -2,7" 


5,226 


5,226 


4,605 


88.1 


621 


6 


20,702,412 


7,252,208 


35. 


J 13,450,2C 


34,195,379 


2,016,548 


479,140 


23.7 


1,539,408 


7 


20,710,770 


7,393,925 


35. 


7 13,316,8< 


5 35,123,143 


2,112,668 


592,313 


28.0 


1,520,355 


6 


5,529,981 


2,691,677 


48. 


7 2,838,3C 


12,365,630 


1,470,124 


399,742 


27.2 


1,070,382 


9 


6,136,206 


2,911,275 


47. 


3,224,9: 


1 12,263,847 


1,449,580 


460,173 


31.7 


989,407 


10 


115,475 


16,342 


14. 


2 99, 11 


3 (NA) 


9,385 


1,085 


11.6 


8,300 


11 


141,505 


19,100 


13. 


5 122, 4C 


(NA) 


11,868 


1,590 


13.4 


10,276 


12 


144,638 


. 


31. 


5 99,1; 


84,908 


9,675 


1,375 


14.2 


8,300 


13 


184,713 


62,308 


33. 


122 ,4C 


5 138,083 


12,560 


2,302 


18.3 


10,278 


14 


1,534,023 


513,466 


33. 


5 1,020,51 


7 2,838,878 


272,883 


61,433 


22.5 


211,450 


15 


1,963,820 


660,744 


33. 


5 1,303,0' 


3,743,435 


322,178 


83,858 


26.0 


236,320 


16 


25,164,783 


8,581,953 


34. 


1 16,582,8. 


10 66,254,206 


5,999,831 


1,586,916 


26.4 


4,412,915 


17 


37,933,711 


13,412,760 


35. 


24,520,9 


129,968,135 


9,286,470 


2,623,272 


28.2 


6,663,196 


18 


104,011 


, 


16. 


B 86,4< 


2 (NA) 


10,846 


1,416 


13.1 


9,430 


19 


124,331 


19,977 


16. 


104,3 


(NA) 


12,070 


1,899 


15.7 


10,171 


20 


156,249 


69,757 


44. 


t 86,4< 


2 13,676 


13,433 


4,003 


29.8 


9,430 


21 


190,732 


86,378 


45. 


3 104,3 


16,242 


15,673 


5,502 


35.1 


10,171 


22 


1,948,329 


1,086,515 


55. 


8 861,8 


424,456 


421,833 


132,617 


31.4 


289,216 


23 


2,767,507 


1,545,325 


55. 


1,222, If 


2 590,149 


583,956 


193,430 


33.1 


390,526 


24 


1,547,593 


913,044 


59. 


634,5' 


9 405,987 


404 ,403 


132,716 


32 . S 


271,687 


25 


1,496,902 


970,838 


64. 


526,01 


472,043 


466,026 


161,501 


34.5 


306,527 


26 










(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


27 










(NA) 


6 


(NA) 


(NA) 


6 


28 










985 










29 










1,395 


6 


(NA) 


(NA) 


6 


30 










3,159 










31 










4,684 


B 


(NA) 


(NA) 


8 


2 










3,954,593 










13 










5,237,231 


6,506 


(NA) 


(NA) 


6,506 


34 


254 


92 


36. 


2 1 


2 (NA) 


41 


4 


9.8 


37 




(NA) 


3 


(NA 


) (N 


1) (NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


'i 


256 


94 


36. 


7 1 


2 46 


41 


4 


9.8 


37 


37 


(HA) 




(HJ 


) (N 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


38 


73,604 


26,545 


36. 


1 47,0 


6,403 


5,642 


706 


12.5 


4,936 


39 


(NA) 


1,399 


(NA 


) (N 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


. 


. 


1,627,072 


37. 


7 2.68 4 , 1 


7 375,500 


343,995 


49,875 


14.5 


294,120 


.! 


(NA) 


73,500 


(NA 


) (N 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


... 


7,081 


275 




9 6,8< 


)6 (NA) 


5 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5 


43 


12,113 


365 


3. 


11,7 


.e (NA) 


13 


(NA) 


(NA) 


13 


... 


7,199 


393 


5. 


5 


>6 37 


5 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5 


45 


12,219 


471 


3. 


11,7 


.8 43 


13 


(NA) 


(NA) 


13 


■ 


4,946 


301 


6. 


1 4,6. 


.5 18 


4 


(NA) 


HA ) 


4 




7,086 




6 


3 6,6 


S7 Li 


10 


(NA) 


(NA) 


10 


. 


1,406,266 


93,824 


6 


7 1,312,4- 


.2 6,548 


764 


(NA) 


(NA) 


764 


49 


2,510,355 


162,271 


6 


5 2,348,0 


34 8,834 


2,710 


(NA) 


(NA) 


, i 


' 


(NA) 


, 


(W 


) (N 


1) (NA) 


(NA) 


278 


(NA) 


(NA) 




(NA) 




(tu 


) (N. 


1) (NA) 


(NA) 


1,044 


(NA) 


(NA) 




105,322 


(NA) 


(N/ 


) (N 


1) 71,309 


3,180 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 


147,908 


(NA) 


(N/ 


) (N 


4) 145,217 


9,561 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


... 


242,810 


65,007 


26 


177,8 


151,718 


6,468 


737 


11.4 


5,731 




393,494 


104,656 


26 


6 286,8 


389,710 


24,761 


3,951 


16.0 


20,810 





MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table l.-SPECIFIED DATA FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS COMPARED 
DATA FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA COMPARED WITH TOTALS FOR 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 






North Carolina 








The State 


Total 
(multiple- 


Multiple-unit area 




In multiple units 


Not in 

multiple 




Total 


Percent of 

total for 

multiple-unit 






(NA) 
(MA) 


201,493 
219,364 


26,403 
25,252 


13.1 
11.5 


175,090 
194,112 


2 


1950... 






267,906 
288,508 


250,093 
268,800 


75,003 
74,688 


30.0 
27.8 


175,090 
194,112 


4 


1950... 






49,722 

57,457 


49,371 
57,019 


50,411 
52,293 


102.1 
91.7 


-1,040 
4,726 


6 


1950... 






18,260,346 
19,317,937 


17,209,737 
18,215,761 


5,188,844 
5,266,162 


30.2 
28.9 


12,020,893 
12,949,599 


3 


1950... 






5,504,204 


5,351,355 


1,652,627 


30.9 


3,698,728 


10 


1949 .. . 


5,782,407 


5,615,915 


1,725,780 


30.7 


3,890,135 


11 


Corn harvested for grain. .operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


154,232 


24,840 


16.1 


129,392 


12 


1949 . . . 


(NA) 


182,518 


24,438 


13.4 


158,080 




farms reporting 1954... 


197,001 


184,942 


55,550 


30.0 


129,392 


... 


1949 . . . 


233,722 


218,356 


60,276 


27.6 


158,080 


-' 


acres 1954... 


1,865,126 


1,816,165 


596,741 


32.9 


1,219,424 


L6 


1949... 


2,029,449 


1,959,193 


613, 595 


31.3 


1,345,598 


17 


bushels 1954... 


42,612,526 


40,945,932 


13,798,592 


33.7 


27,147,340 


18 


1949... 


58,054,020 


55,867,009 


18,251,069 


32.7 


37,615,940 


19 




(NA) 


63,816 


12,568 


19.7 


51,248 


20 


1949... 


(NA) 


84,843 


14,750 


17.4 


70,093 


21 


farms reporting 1954... 


77,296 


77,296 


26,048 


33.7 


51,248 


22 


1949 . . . 


105,312 


105,312 


35,219 


33.4 


70,093 


23 


acres 1954... 


522,095 


522,095 


182,271 


34.9 


339,824 


24 


1949 .. . 


846,039 


846,039 


294,262 


34.8 


551,777 


25 


bales 1954... 


366,711 


366,711 


131,262 


35.8 


235,449 


26 


1949 . . . 


472,389 


472,389 


175,752 


37.2 


296,637 


27 




(NA) 


115,225 


22,396 


19.4 


92,829 


28 


1949 . . . 


(NA) 


117,330 


20,424 


17.4 


96,906 


29 


farms reporting 1954... 




144,646 


51,817 


35.8 


92,829 


io 


149... 


150,764 


146,607 


49,701 


33.9 


96,906 


31 


acres 1954... 


670,485 


666,706 


250,950 


37.6 


415,756 


32 


1949... 


604,909 


601,433 


224,033 


37.2 


377,400 


33 


pounds 1954. .. 


'■■'. •'•",.. !. 


792,074,315 


307,628,769 


38.9 


484,445,546 


34 


1949... 


661,981,561 


656,925,788 


256,343,325 


39.0 


400,582,463 


35 




(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


36 


1949 .. . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


37 


farms reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


38 


1949 . . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


!9 


acres 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


40 


1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


41 


bushels 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


42 


1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


43 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


(NA) 


18,190 


3,922 


21.6 


14,268 


44 


1949... 


(NA) 


18,251 


4,166 


22.8 


14,085 


45 


farms reporting 1954... 


24,506 


24,505 


10,237 


41.8 


14,268 


46 




26, 163 


26,163 


12,078 


46.2 


14,085 


47 


acres 1954... 


166,322 


166,321 


77,052 


46.3 


89,269 


48 


1949... 


218,314 


218,314 


106,611 


48.8 


111,703 


49 


pounds 1954... 


223,729,618 


223,728,826 


103,284,157 


46.2 


120,444,669 


50 


1949... 


229,600,343 


229,600,343 


107,129,341 


46.7 


122,471,002 


51 


Horses and anles operatio 


(NA) 


(NA) 


22,658 


(NA) 


(NA) 






52 


1950... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


22,461 


(NA) 


(NA) 


53 


farms reporting 1954 . . . 


142,737 


134,896 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


54 


1950... 


188,633 


177,682 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


55 


number 1954... 


236,800 


226,037 


71,256 


31.5 


154,781 


'■■- 


1950... 


352,133 


336,378 




25.8 


249,496 



See footnotes : 



SUMMARY 

WITH FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA; AND SPECIFIED 
STATES AND FOR THE UNITED STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND I950'-Continued 





South C 


irolina 


















ate in 31itiple-ur.it area) 


















ti -lultiple units 


Hot in 


The State 


area 1 






Perce- - 


Total 


In multiple units 


Not in 












Total 


multiple-unit 






( multiple - 


Total 


Percent of 

total for 

multiple-unit 


multiple 




101,666 




;:.. 


90,097 


(NA) 


132,874 


15,004 


11.3 


117,870 


1 


111,742 


. 


12.3 


98,003 


(HA) 


153,205 


15,235 


9.9 


137,970 


2 


124,203 


. 


27.5 


90,097 


203,149 


156,939 


39,069' 


24.9 


117,870 


3 


139,364 


41,361 




98,003 


. 


177,302 


39,332 


22.2 


137,970 


4 


23,031 


22,957 


99.7 


74 


23,740 


22,532 


24,528 


108.9 


-1,996 


5 


29,478 


. . 


■ 


916 


28,039 


25,555 


24,631 


96.4 


924 


6 


11,069,346 


3,358,382 


. 


7,710,966 


17,654,324 


13,799,336 


3,480,926 


25.2 


10,318,410 


7 


11,878,793 


3,803,830 


12. 


8,074,963 


18,534,380 


14,447,856 


3,339,065 


23.1 


11,108,790 


8 


3,393,002 


1,166,358 


. 


2,226,644 


4,660,793 


4,012,346 


1,197,080 


29.8 


2,815,266 


9 


3,959,822 


1,389,242 


35.1 


2,570,580 


5,575,106 


4,536,252 


1,190,350 


26.2 


3,345,902 


10 


72,118 


10,505 


14.6 


61,613 


(HA) 


86,977 


13,079 


15.0 


73,898 


11 


93,866 


13,195 


14.1 


80,671 


HA 


112,030 


13,790 


12.3 


98,240 


12 


84,962 


23,349 


27.5 


61,613 


125,152 


97,841 


23,943 


24.5 


73,898 


13 


113,071 


32,400 




80,671 


162,427 


123,690 


25,450 


20.6 


98,240 


14 




280,089 


30.3 


643,100 


1,653,524 


1,390,556 


362,817 


26.1 


1,027,739 


15 


1,293,348 


397,082 


. 


896,266 


1,997,690 




373,412 


23.0 


1,251,325 


16 


9,259,319 






6,460,307 


32,101,654 


26,498,766 


6,853,828 


25.9 


19,644,938 


17 


23,624,155 


7,708,310 


32.6 


15,915,845 


56,099,664 


44,817,186 


10,894,803 


24.3 


33,922,383 


IS 


62,331 


10,671 


. 


51,660 


(HA) 


. 


7,381 


16.6 


37,066 


19 


74,935 


12,531 


16.7 


62,404 


(NA) 


54,051 


7,293 


13.5 


46,758 


20 


76,094 


24,434 


32.1 


51,660 


56,363 


55,031 


17,965 


32.6 


37,066 


21 


93,326 


30,922 




62,404 


67,038 


64,246 


17,488 


27.2 


46,758 


22 


809,525 


315,885 


. 


493,640 




629,281 


238,415 


37.9 


390,866 


23 


1,197,845 


454,819 




743,026 


887,923 


874,814 


268,969 


30.7 


605,825 


24 


488,418 


197, 595 


40.5 


290,823 


505,532 


502,757 


203,600 


40.5 


298,957 


25 


543,936 


224,870 




319,066 


616,742 


609,321 


208,935 


34.3 


400,386 


26 


27,777 






22,611 


(HA) 


(NA) 


7,336 


(NA) 


(NA) 


27 


27,034 


5,268 


19.5 


21,766 


(HA) 


(NA) 


6,939 


(NA) 


(HA) 




34,537 


. 


34.5 


22,611 


(NA) 


(HA) 


11,652 


(NA) 


(NA) 


.'' 


33,876 


. 




21,766 


(HA) 


(HA) 


10,620 


(NA) 


(NA) 




120,821 






79,332 


96,940 


81,721 


. 


27.1 


59, 552 


31 


105,802 




36.2 


67,478 


103,868 


88,698 


22,695 


25.6 


66,003 




126,800,090 


45,024,363 




81,775,727 


129,539,458 


108,746,218 


29,447,039 


27.1 


79,299,179 


33 


125,080,028 


46,451,002 




78,629,026 


127,324,176 


108,459,877 


. 


27.1 


79,031,464 


34 








(HA) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


35 


I 


(HA) 




(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


NA) 


(NA) 


36 


(NA) 






(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 




(N/0 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




(«A) 




(HA) 




(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 




(HA) 






(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




(NA) 


. 




(HA) 




(HA) 




(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


. 


(HA) 




(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


42 


3,161 


267 


8.4 


2,894 


(NA) 


429 


] 1 


4.4 


410 


43 


4,634 


369 


. 


4,265 


(HA) 


. 


22 


1.6 


, 




3,264 


370 




2,894 


553 


431 


21 


'•• 


410 


. 


4,847 


582 


12.0 


4,265 


1,715 


. 


24 


1.7 


, 


46 


9,989 


3,020 


30.2 


6,969 


711 


662 


65 


9.6 


597 


..-. 


19,055 


4,686 


24.6 


14,369 


2,849 


2,739 


83 


3.0 


2,656 


48 


5,494,646 


1,913,223 


34.8 


3,581,423 


508,555 


470,245 


44,007 


9.4 


426,238 


49 


12,233,964 


3,275,854 


26.8 


8,958,110 


2,233,793 


2,134,782 


80,966 


3.8 


2,053,816 


50 


(HA) 


9,990 


(HA) 


IJA 


(NA) 


(NA) 


11,306 


(NA) 


(MA) 


51 


12,346 


(NA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


12,967 


(NA) 


(NA) 




68,260 


(IJA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


101,336 


77,009 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(NA) 




91,428 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


. 


112,204 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 




116,283 


31,590 


27.2 


84,693 


209,662 


166,557 


36,407 


21.9 


130,150 




170,343 


44,812 


26.3 


125,531 


370,840 


297, 173 


, ' 


17.9 


243,877 





10 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table l.-SPECIFIED DATA FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS COMPARED 
DATA FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA COMPARED WITH TOTALS FOR 





(For defin 


Itlons and explanations, see text) 


Texas 




The State 


Multiple-unit area 1 






Total 
(multiple- 


111 multiple units 






Total 


Percent of 
total for 


Not in 

multiple 






(HA) 
(W0 


162,621 
178,174 


5,090 
6,122 


3.1 
3.4 


157,531 


2 






1950... 


172,052 










292,947 
331,567 


170,387 
197,659 


12,856 
16,026 


7.5 
8.1 


157,531 


4 






1950. . . 


172,052 










9,560 
14,863 


7,953 
11,8 -• 


7,928 
10,138 


99.7 

85.3 


25 


6 






1950... 


1,518 




Id n f 






145,812,733 
145,389,014 


37,586,625 
38,179,749 


3,263,502 
3,637,500 


8.7 
9.5 


34,323,123 


8 






1950... 


32,750,281 




Cropland barveate 





acres 1954... 


24,885,000 


9,314,924 


. 


11.5 


8,242,182 


10 




1949 . . . 


28,107,865 


10,415,301 


1,202,014 


11.5 


8,955,652 


11 


Cam harvested for 


grain. .operation 


units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


73,893 


4,007 


5.4 


69,886 


12 






1949 . . . 


(NA) 


101,161 


4,827 


4.8 


96,334 


13 






farms reporting 1954... 


90,284 


76,985 


7,099 


9.2 


69,886 


14 






1949... 


146,230 


108,097 


8,576 


7.9 


96,334 


15 






acres 1954... 


1,665,892 


1,472,866 


164,240 


11.2 


1,308,626 


16 






1949 . . . 


2,237,403 


1,702,037 


170,070 


10.0 


1,502,796 


17 






bushels 1954... 


28,417,341 


25,672,667 


2,964,899 


11.5 


22,707,768 


LS 






1949 . . . 


44,077,397 


33,778,426 


3,635,385 


10.8 


29,613,295 


19 


Cotton harvested. 




units reporting 1954... 


(HA) 


74,435 


4,512 


6.1 


69,923 


20 






. ... 


(HA) 


. 


5,338 


5.7 


89,028 


21 






farms reporting 1954... 


126,014 


79,249 


9,326 


11.8 


69,923 


... 






1949... 


153,177 


102,814 


11,798 


11.5 


89,028 








acres 


7,513,763 


. 


446,936 


14.2 


2,705,718 


24 








10,574,202 


4,851,506 


650,871 


13.4 


4,171,746 


25 






bales 1954... 


3,548,337 


1,430,744 


174,483 


12.2 


1,256,261 


26 






1949... 


5,549,667 


2,372,890 


301,052 


12.7 


2,055,856 


27 


Tobacco harvested 




units reporting 1954... 


(HA) 














28 






1949... 


















29 






farms reporting 1954... 


(HA) 
















10 






1949. .. 


















31 






acres 1954... 


(NA) 
















a 






1949... 


















33 






pounds 1 54. . . 


(NA) 
















34 






... 


















:t 


Rice harvested 


o eration 


units reporting 1954. . . 


(HA) 


1,690 


39 


2.3 


1,651 


36 






(NA) 


930 


17 


1.8 


913 


37 






farms reporting 1954... 


1,730 


1,714 


63 


3.7 


1,651 


18 






1949 . . . 


1,367 


1,339 


22 


1.6 


913 


39 






acres 1954... 


607,639 


602,849 


15,989 


2.7 


586,860 


40 






1949... 


541,796 


517,792 


7,999 


1.5 


361,751 


... 






bushels 1954... 


35,926,639 


35,662,701 


966,078 


2.7 


34,696,623 


42 
43 


Peanuts harvested 


for picking 


units reporting 1954... 


23,919,372 

(HA) 


23,3S7,63a 
o,:- 6 


395,647 

196 


1.7 

3.1 


16,348,252 
6,110 


44 






1949... 


(HA) 


10,792 


284 


2.6 


10,508 


45 






farms reporting 1954... 


10,892 


6,363 


253 


4.0 


6,110 


46 






1949... 


19,035 


11,075 


380 


3.4 


10,508 


V7 






acres 


234,040 


110,889 


5,822 


5.3 


105,067 


48 






1949 . . . 


440,063 


191,761 


8,507 


4.4 


180,709 


49 






pounds 1954 .. . 


78,065,363 


43,552,550 


2,215,155 


5.1 


41,337,395 


50 






1949 . . . 


273,298,783 


122,692,887 


5,747,768 


4.7 


115,014,037 


51 


Horaes and nnlea 




units reporting 1954... 


(HA) 


(HA) 


2,617 


(HA) 


(HA) 


52 






1950... 


(HA) 


(NA) 


3,782 


(HA) 


(HA) 


53 






farms reporting 1954... 


113,694 


69,839 


(HA) 


(HA) 


(HA) 


54 






1950... 


168,226 


107,892 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


55 






number 1954... 


300,415 


159,481 


9,680 


6.1 


149,801 


■■• 






1950... 


515,951 


296,060 


19,004 


6.4 


259,411 



comparability. 



SUMMARY 



11 



WITH FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, FOR THE MULTIPLE-UNIT AREA; AND SPECIFIED 
STATES AND FOR THE UNITED STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND ^SO'-Continued 





(For definitions 


and explanations, see text) 


Virginia 




The State 




Kultiple-u 


nit area' 






Total 
(multiple- 


In multiple units 






Total 


Percent of 

total for 

multiple-unit 


Not in 


1 


()pera 




(KA) 
(NA) 


80,033 
87,635 


6,701 
5,313 


8.4 
6.1 


73,332 
82,322 


2 




1950... 


3 


Fana 


number 1954 


136 416 


90,122 
98,270 


16,790 
13,477 


18.6 
13.7 


73,332 
82,322 


* 




1950... 


150,997 


5 


rrnpperg 


rumber 1954 


9 678 


9,355 


10,252 
8,479 


110 4 


-967 


6 




1950... 


10,030 


90.6 


865 


7 


Land ia faraa 




14,685,964 


8,706,790 


1, 598,782 


18.4 
14.6 


7,108,008 
7,744,669 


8 




1950... 


15,572,295 


9,270,335 


1,353,640 


< 


Cro land harvested 






1,654,674 




20 1 


1,321,650 
1,465,346 


10 




. 


3,313,849 


1,774,469 


273,987 


15.4 


11 


Can harvested for grain 


.operation units reporting 


(NA) 


55,113 


6,254 


11.3 


48,859 


12 




. 


(NA) 


63,855 


4,998 


7.8 


58,857 


13 




farms reporti:^- 


85,640 


60,372 


11,513 


19.1 


48,859 


14 






103,368 


69,975 


9,895 


14.1 


58,857 


15 




acres 1954... 


747,843 


451,333 


93,278 


20.7 


358,055 


It 




1949... 


864,120 




84,855 


16.3 


426,877 


17 




bushels 1954... 


25,226,286 


14,768,642 


2,892,299 


19.6 


11,876,343 


18 




1949... 


33,150,002 


18,983,789 


3,070,454 


16.2 


15,645,294 


19 




.operation units reporting 1954... 


(NA) 


3,981 


612 


15.4 


3,369 


20 




1949... 


(NA) 


5,592 


590 


10.6 


5,002 


21 




farms reporting 1954... 


4,435 


4,423 


1,054 


23.8 


3,369 


:; 




1949... 


6,221 


6,192 


1,188 


19.2 


5,002 


21 




acre:: 


16,454 


16,418 


4,478 


27.3 


11,940 


24 




1949... 


29,912 


29,837 


6,233 


20.9 


23,602 


25 




bale:: 


10,860 


10,832 


2,984 


27.5 


'.'.::..." 


26 




1949... 


18,722 


18,665 


4,227 


22.6 


14,436 






.operation units reporting 1954... 




(NA) 


5,660 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2> 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


4,330 


(NA) 


(NA) 


2 ' 




farms reporting 1954 . . . 


(NA) 


(NA) 


11,075 


(NA) 


(NA) 


» 




1949... 


41,154 


39,172 


8,620 


22.0 


30,451 


'. 




acres 1954... 


122,491 


119,259 


38,982 


32.7 


80,277 


>: 






115,400 


111,940 


30,290 


27.1 


81,276 


13 




pound: 


141,120,307 


137,821,390 


46,021,462 


33.4 


91,799,928 


34 




. 


124,904,164 


121,533,855 


33,194,139 


27.3 


87,939,411 


13 




.operation units reporting 1954.., 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


II 




1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


' 




farms reporting 1954 .. . 


(NA) 


!.A) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 






1949... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 






acres 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


.. 




49... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


41 




bushels 1954... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


43 


Peaaata harveated for p: 


eking 

.operation units rcportlr.,: 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
6,371 


(NA) 
655 


(NA) 

10.3 


(NA) 
5,716 


44 




1949... 


(NA) 


7,595 


614 


8.1 


6,981 


45 




farms reporting 1954... 




7,027 


1,311 


18.7 


5,716 


46 




1949 . . . 


8,489 


8,427 


1,415 


16.8 


6,981 


47 




acres 1954... 


. 


99,659 


19,071 


19.1 


80,588 


48 




1949... 


132,732 


132,312 


23,575 


17.8 


108,658 


49 




pounds 1954. .. 


149,919,511 


149,286,418 


27,051,186 


18.1 


122,235,232 






1949... 


182,799,611 


182,280,786 


29,445,014 


16.2 


152,780,920 


. 




.operation units reporting 


(NA) 


(NA) 


5,743 


(NA) 


(NA) 


52 




1950... 


(NA) 


(NA) 


4,720 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1 




farms report!:. ■ 


66,213 


47,459 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


.. 




1950... 


93,271 


62,573 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 






number 1954 . . . 


121,279 


82,565 


15,413 


18.7 


67, 152 






1950... 


194,832 


123,366 


15,152 


12.3 


105,791 



12 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 2.-NUMBER OF LANDLORD-TENANT AND MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS WITH LATTER CLASSIFIED AS 
ENUMERATED AND OFFICE CONSTRUCTED, BY STATES AND ECONOMIC AREAS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Total for multiple 



Economic Area 1 

Economic Areas 3 and A 



E-o 






. 



Economic Areas 6 and C 
Economic Area 7a 



Economic Areas 8 and 

'kansaa, selected coun 

Area 3 (par' 

Economic Area 5 



Economic Area 7a. 
■ Lc Ares 7b. 
Economic Area 8a. 
Economic Area Sb. 
Florida, selected co 
Economic Area :.. 



Economic Areas 1 and A. 

Economic Area 2 

Economic Areas 3 and B. 



Area 4a.... 
Economic Area 4b.... 
Economic Areas 5, C, 



Economic Area 6.. 
Economic Area 7a. 
Economic Area 7b. 



Economic Area 8 

Areas 9 and E. 
See footnotes at end of tabli 



Landlord-tenant operati 



taining 
multiple 



3,074 
4,138 

4,629 
5,512 

639 
1,062 



Con- 
taining 
multiple 



. operations (number) classifie. 



Office constructed 



With home farm, by 



913 
(NA) 


1,761,852 
2,020,094 


82 
(NA) 


176,956 

211,512 


32 

NA 


21,651 
24,992 


15 

HI 


25,025 
30,555 


6 
(NA) 


19,556 
23,890 


2 

HA 


15,253 
17,534 


7 
NA 


27,377 
34,317 


11 
(NA) 


25,930 
30,458 


8 
(NA) 


28,831 

34,967 


1 
NA 


6,430 
. 2 


(NA) 


7,637 


94 

..NA 


91,939 
115,841 


NA 


8,268 
10,832 


3 
NA 


10,649 
13,580 


2 
NA 


13,523 
16,793 


48 
NA 


22,405 
27,843 


11 
NA 


5,985 
7,160 


22 
(NA) 


21,143 
25,904 


8 


9,966 
13,729 


4 
NA 


22,180 
25,630 


NA 


7,064 
7,980 


(NA) 


15,116 
17,650 


68 

.NA 


165,523 
198,191 


3 
NA 


12,713 
15,618 


2 
1 NA 


8,635 

10,407 


9 
(NA) 


28,601 
33,360 


15 
(NA) 


21,008 
25,395 


3 
(NA) 


11,821 
13,901 



14 
(NA) 


13,552 
17,119 


; NA ) 


8,499 
10,886 


8 
(NA) 


20, 210 
24,522 


1 NA 


25,673 
29,961 


2 


7,820 
8,131 



SI MMARY 



13 



Summary Table 2.-NUMBER OF LANDLORD-TENANT AND MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS WITH LATTER CLASSIFIED AS 
KM MERATED AND OFFICE CONSTRICTED. BY STATES AND ECONOMIC AREAS. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Kentucky, selected counties 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 1 1954 . 

1950. 
Economic Area 2 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 3a 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area jc 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 4 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 5 1954 . 

1950. 
Economic Areas 6. A. and B 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 7 1954. 

Economic Areas 8 and c 

Louisiana, total 

Economic Areas 1 and A 1954 . . 

Economic Area 2 

Economic Area 3 1954 . , 

Economic Area 4 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Areas 5 and B 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 6 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 7 

1950.. 
Economic Area 8 1954.. 

1950.. 

Mississippi, total 

1950.. 

Economic Area 1 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Economic Area 2 1954.. 

1950.. 

Economic Areas 3 and A 1954. . 

. 

Economic Area 4 

1950.. 

Economic Area S 1954. . 

1950.. 

Economic Area 6a 

.. 

Economic Area 6b 

- 

Economic Areas 7 and 8 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Missouri, Balectad counties 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 9a 1954 . . 

Economic Area 9b 1954. . 

1950.. 

North Carol ios, .elected counties 

1950.. 
Economic Area 1 (part) 

1950.. 
Economic Area 2 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Areas 3, B, and C 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 4a 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 4b 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Areas 5 and 

1950.. 
Economic Areas 6 and E 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 7 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 8 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Economic Area 9 1954.. 

1950.. 
Economic Area 10 1954. . 

1950.. 

Economic Area 11 1954.. 

1950. ■ 

See footnotes at end of table. 



37,075 
39,941 
2,206 
3,002 
882 

2,674 
3,553 
2,919 
3,025 
4,097 
4,467 
6,462 
7,079 
10,010 
10,104 
3,330 
2,930 



14,183 
19,923 
1,013 

3,820 
4,299 
3,859 
4,601 
1,267 
2,378 
1,355 
1,978 
1,013 
1,598 
1,592 
2,561 
264 
776 



40,196 
46,363 
6,064 
6,580 
6,461 
8,386 

. 
4,238 
6,630 
7,918 

5,208 
8,567 
9,061 
4,247 
4,325 
635 
647 



2,672 

1,041 
1,762 

. 

61,057 
58,010 
3,497 
2,377 
1,417 
1,467 
12,319 
10, 530 
2,673 
2,203 
2,346 

, 
5,053 
5,604 
9,184 
8,843 
4,661 
4,533 
7,932 
7,328 
3,787 
4,155 
1,523 
1,532 
6,665 
.. - 



25,703 
27,405 
1,791 
2,503 
572 
1,327 
2,068 
2,862 
1,943 
1,967 
2,285 
2,408 
4,309 
4,759 
6,889 



2,358 
2,896 
3,648 

913 
. 
1,038 
1,508 

936 
1,484 
1,419 
2,274 

185 



22,155 

25,459 
1,787 
1,321 
3,112 
4,250 
2,347 
2,826 

, 
5,763 
2,131 
2,883 
4,890 
5,160 
2,745 
2,708 



1,192 

34,654 
32,758 
2,191 
1,661 

1,250 
6,465 
5,645 
2,027 
1,817 
1,701 
2,461 
3,150 
3,277 
5,499 
5,346 
2,176 

2,821 
1,830 
2,605 
2,783 
990 

3,852 
3,635 



Con- 
taining 
multiple 



691 
976 
1,058 
1,812 
2,059 
2,153 
2,320 

3,591 
942 






18,041 
20,904 
4,277 
5,259 
3,349 

. 
1,194 
1,412 
1,997 
2,155 
1,920 
2,325 
3,677 
3,901 
1,502 

125 
99 



26,403 
25,252 

1,306 



645 

695 

1,903 

2,327 

3,685 

3,497 

2,485 

2,531 

5,111 

5,498 

1,182 

1,372 

533 

481 



665 
822 
1,034 
1,606 
1,961 
1,895 
2,259 
2,849 

858 
929 



19,393 
3,944 
4,918 
3,084 
3,753 
1,097 
1,335 
1,856 
2,018 
1,765 
2,156 
3,497 
3,626 
1,420 
1,500 
109 
87 



23,215 
22,695 
1,196 



549 
668 
1,707 
2,096 
3,383 
3,159 
2,019 
2,246 
4,181 
4,842 
1,070 
1,226 
464 



414 



home farm, by 



MA) 

12 

'- 

7 
■.A 

555 

(NA) 
28 

(NA) 
96 

V, 

58 
'./. 

84 
(NA 

9. 
(NA) 
118 
(NA 

63 
(NA) 

13 

151 

(NA 

41 

NA 



41 

(NA) 

237 

((NA) 

54 

(NA) 

69 

(NA) 

118 

(NA) 

143 

(NA) 

250 

(NA) 

239 

(NA) 

58 

(NA) 

31 

(NA) 

216 

(NA) 



i 
I HA 

2 
I NA . 

49 
(NA 

11 

NA 

19 

I NA i 
31 

(HI l 
16 

(NA) 
'■1 
NA 

I NA , 

1.' 

(NA 

(NA) 

35 

(NA) 



53 


169,270 


(NA) 


190,187 


2 


13,125 


(NA) 


15,145 


9 


7,127 


(NA) 


8,275 




17,49? 


(NA) 


21, 17C 


6 


11,962 


(NA) 


13,406 




15,86: 


(NA) 


18,08? 


3 


26.05C 


(NA) 


29,254 


12 


40,002 


(NA) 


44,106 


6 


11,665 


(NA) 


11,967 




25,977 


(NA) 


28,775 


26 


111,127 




124,181 


3 


13,176 


(NA) 


14,641 


13 


20,921 


iNA! 


24,063 




19,238 


(NA) 


21,036 


1 


14,608 


(NA) 


16,281 




17,450 


(NA) 


18,966 




8,147 


(NA) 


9,032 




10,270 


(NA) 


11,862 




7,317 


(NA' 


8,300 


"■ 


215,915 


(NA) 


251,383 


54 


44,539 


(NA) 


57,099 


17 


33,598 


(NA) 


39,241 




23,384 


(NA) 


25,636 




23,859 


(NA) 


28,607 


8 


19,228 


(NA) 


22,836 


5 


38,635 


(NA) 


43,056 


2 


20,914 


(NA) 


23,420 


1 


11,758 


(NA) 


11,488 


177 


17,198 


NA 


21,774 


31 


7,499 


(NA) 


9,379 


146 


9,699 


(NA) 


12,395 


112 


250,093 


(NA) 


268,800 




16,535 


(NA) 


18,067 




11,002 


(NA) 


13,089 


20 


41,371 


(NA) 


42,146 


3 


12,505 


(NA) 


12,719 


. 


13,454 


(NA) 


14,946 




22,225 


(NA) 


26,347 


22 


33,514 


(NA) 


35,798 


13 


18,659 


i.;. 


20,073 


25 


29,750 


(NA) 


31,744 


2 


17,740 


(NA) 


19,209 


3 


6,071 


(NA) 


6,378 


9 


27,267 


(NA) 


28,284 



14 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 2.-NUMBER OF LANDLORD-TENANT AND MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS WITH LATTER CLASSIFIED AS 
ENUMERATED AND OFFICE CONSTRUCTED. BY STATES AND ECONOMIC AREAS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



State and ecomomic 



Economic 
Economic 

Economic 
Economic 



1954. 

1950. 

Area 2 1954. 

1950. 

Area 3 1954. 

1950. 
Area 4 1954. 

1950. 



...1954. 
1950. 

Area 6 1954. 

1950. 

Area 7 . 

1950. 
Areas 8 and C 1954 . 

1950. 



Economic Areas 5, A, and 
Economic 

Economic 
Economic 



Economi 

Economic 

Economic 
Economic 
Economic 



Texas, selected 



Areas 1 and A 1954. 

1950. 
Area 2 1954. 

1950. 

Area 3 1954. 

1950. 
Area 4 1954. 

1950. 



.1954. 

1950. 
.1954. 

1950. 
.1954. 

1950. 



Economic Areas 8, C, D, and E 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 9 1954. 

1950. 

Economic Area 10 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 11 1954. 

1950. 



Economic Area 12 

Economic Areas 14, G, 



. 1 X -■ 



1950. 

1954. 

1950. 

Economic Area 15 195h . 

1950. 



Economic Area 1 1954. 

1950. 
Economic Area 2 3 1954 . 

1950. 

Economic Areas 3 and A (part) 1954. 

1950. 

Economic Areas 6 and C (part) 1954. 



Economic Area 7 . . 
Economic Area 10 3 . 



.1954. 

1950. 
.1954. 

1950. 



1,156 
3,599 
4,741 

2,021 
2,623 
1,609 
2,367 



1,452 



2,623 
3,026 
2,934 
2,842 



7,981 
2,124 
4,411 

8,601 



7,607 
12,557 
2,222 
3,160 

3,177 
3,622 
2,440 
3,552 

5,667 
10,133 

3,375 
3,601 



taming 

multiple 



1,987 
2,831 
3,321 

2,631 
2,832 
1,091 



3,764 

-. ' 



5,010 
1,570 
3,799 

5,014 



5,354 
9,779 
1,850 
2,729 

2,544 

1,911 
2,939 



, - : 

2,952 
3,160 



3,179 
3,305 
1,036 
1,289 

home farm we 



Con- 
taining 
multiple 



1,109 
2,906 
3,365 



5,066 
5,353 

1,182 
1,018 



classified as— 



1,023 
2,616 
3,026 



Office constructed 



With a 



With home farm, by tenure 



(NA) 


(NA) 


-9 


16 


(NA) 


(NA) 


i.A 


(NA) 




28 


(NA) 


(NA) 




84 


(NA) 


(NA) 




25 


na 


(NA) 


1C 




NA 


(NA) 



57 


124 


2i 


(NA) 

3 


139 
5 


3b4 
400 


(NA 


6 


■ 


8 


19 


4112 


(NA) 


22 


998 


i. 


10 


94 9 


(NA 


12 


976 




9 


IJ 1 


(NA) 


11 


■ oc 


6 


12 


1 ,99 


1 NA 


15 


7 


16 


27 


107 


NA 


29 


941 


13 


25 


■■■ 


(NA) 


26 


Bl 




13 




(NA 


13 


672 


53 


156 


' ' 


i NA ) 


177 


02 


27 


40 


593 


\A 


46 


29 


9 


19 


.9 


( NA | 


23 


■ 


2 


11 


'. 


NA 


14 




2 


10 


. 


(NA) 


11 


603 


5 


29 


494 


1 NA 1 


32 


1 


1 


7 


'"V 


(NA) 


8,778 


7 


37 


1 3V 


(NA) 


39 


" 


52 


170 


187 


(NA) 


197 


■ 59 


29 


48 


014 


(NA) 


57 


065 


5 


U 


99', 


NA 


15 


726 


, 


15 


395 


1 NA 


16 


542 




12 


'. 9 


(NA 


14 


: - 


3 


49 


I2f 


(NA 


60 


L52 




23 




NA 


23 

7 


719 

77"' 


(NA) 


9 


824 


39 


90 


122 


(NA) 


98 


270 


1 


10 


082 


;::a. 


10 


819 


l 


20 


605 


(NA) 


21 


523 




8 


841 1 


NA 


9 


947 




15 


48; 


(NA) 


17 


577 


27 


27 


. L9 


1 NA | 


29 




6 


7 


894 


NA 


a 


9r:.;. 



included with full 



County from Area 8a. Exclusive of independent cities. 



SUMMARY 



15 



Summary Table 3.-ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATIONS CONTAINING 
MULTIPLE UNITS. AND FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



All I ar»« number 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land In farms acres 1954. 

. 

Cropland harvested -acres 1954. 

1949. 

Proportion of all land in farms per-e 

1950. 

Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 

bushels 1954. 
1949. 



Cotton harvested. 



Totncco r,a_-veilec. 



Rice harvested 1 



Peanuts harvested for picking 



Horses and mule 



•farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 

•farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

•farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

els 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 
1949. 
■ 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

•farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Mulliple>anit operation* number 

Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 

Home f umfl number 

Proportion of multiple units with a home farm 

Cropper farms number 

Land owned by landlord 2 

Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant operation... percent 
Land rented from others by landlord 2 acres 

Land in multiple-unit operations 

Home farms ■ores 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Corn harvested for grain units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Cotton harvest 



See footnotes at end of table 



....units reporting 
subunlts reporting 



195*. 

•■ . 

: ■■■... 

■ . 

■■■■. 
. ■ . 


a . 

- •■ . 

i •' . 

195*. 

. •' I. 

'■ . 
1954. 
1950. 

15*. 

'• . 

195*. 

L95*. 

■■ -. 

. 

19*9. 

195*. 



1,761,852 

2,020,094 

268,744 

339,753 

. 

54,509,252 

60,2*3,623 

27.4 

29.3 

. 
1,4*0,924 

15,155,399 

276,172,851 

768,271 

992,797 

11,983,844 

17,898,033 

7,884,607 

Cna) 

1,710,737,753 
9,955 

66,368,146 

107,212 

160,224 

1,046,913 

1,726,797 

806,351,349 

1,462,443,386 

878,522 
1,282,277 

, 
2,952,993 



131,877 
146,436 
403,186 
466,463 
126,741 
137,060 
96.1 
93.6 
276,445 
329,403 

38,252,444 

42,497,614 

79.7 



44,300,286 
46,836,941 
37,181,363 
37,119,218 
83.9 
79.3 
7,118,923 
9;717,723 

14,903,239 

16,250,256 

33.6 

34.7 

118,009 

133,644 

252,634 

313,661 

3,739,539 

4,379,623 

66,545,737 

98,769,568 

87,410 

102,110 

241,954 

301,676 

4,127,689 

5,772,941 

3,055,985 

3,477,049 



20,810,492 
20,888,784 
4,812,086 
5,729,421 
23.1 
27.4 

129,701 
169,251 
2,076,074 
2,299,479 
26,033,362 
40,972,309 

106,592 

145,484 

1,153,514 

, ■ , ... 
707,152 
824,290 

203 



(MA) 
(NA) 
(MA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

23,145 
37, 302 
193,454 
342,006 

279,809,580 

90,407 
143,527 
165,375 
287,928 



9,720 
12,660 
27,269 
35,487 

. 

11,944 

97.8 

94.3 

17,759 

23,543 

3,810,079 
4,548,286 

79.1 
81.2 

1,051,045 

4,317,469 

4,803,052 

3,715,869 

3,935,038 

86.1 

81.9 

601,600 

868,01* 

1,285,188 
2*. 9 
26.8 

9,331 
12,004 
20,592 
27,*65 

. 



9,037 
11,551 
20,764 
26,931 
302,341 
440,728 
185,316 
217,489 



Arkansas 
(selected 
counties) 



91,939 
115,841 
22,329 
27,215 

10,955,590 
11,305,241 
4,565,426 

4,615,727 
41.7 
40.8 

37,051 
63,066 
466,481 
785,152 
5,558,755 
15,343,508 

63,220 
87,858 
1,614,498 
2,365,196 
1,252,312 
1,518,320 



3,562 

2,938 

664,486 

410,832 

39,759,942 

19,879,314 

1,486 
3,397 
2,117 
3,267 
422,657 
1,025,348 

34,870 
65,871 
75,952 

. 



6,525 
7,430 
28,676 
34,892 
6,199 
6,817 
95.0 
91.7 
22,477 
28,075 

2,365,740 
2,510,628 
65.2 
65.9 
1,262,342 
1,191,800 

3,183,1*3 

3,092,436 

2,673,888 

2,510,262 

84.0 

81.2 

509,255 

582,174 

1,761,419 

1,63*,600 

55.3 

52.9 

4,500 

5,494 

9,523 

12,588 

142,079 

196,046 

2,113,392 

4,033,904 

6,298 
7,157 
26,549 
32,074 
755,914 
971,295 
652,803 
708, 135 



1,295 

4,058,666 

3,890,533 

865,866 

882,844 

21.3 

22.7 

12,805 
16, 123 
288,597 
291,915 
4,854,977 
3,449,652 

5,528 
5,610 
33,410 
43,054 
24,341 
17,429 

5,237 
5,708 
23,147 
21,291 
28,428,109 
21,721,251 

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



4,841 
35,614,743 



10,221 
16,205 
15,655 
27,147 



91.5 
36,075 
32,225 

324,607 
350,526 
286,074 



93,613 

90,644 

28.8 

25.9 



1,092 
26,946 
29,457 
431,072 
340,223 

270 



2,630 
3,502 
1,943 

1,517 



165,523 
198,191 
27,686 

41,194 

24,018,773 
25,751,055 
6,117,379 
7,098,1*7 
25.5 
27.6 

111,949 
153,220 
2,113,495 
2,527,071 
25,250,821 
37,837,343 

78,946 

110,355 

1,000,731 

1,556,505 

598,492 

609,967 

28,405 
31,185 
102,035 
91,430 
107,656,460 
102,504,527 

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

27,801 

47,454 

. 

749,691 

244,786,425 

583,512,881 

82,206 
129,327 
1*2,851 
253,982 



14,912 
19,227 
41,281 
55,261 
14,422 
17,877 
96.7 
93.0 
26,859 
37,384 



1,281,698 

7,213,079 
8,146,765 
6,031,604 
6,253,902 
83.6 
76.8 
1,181,475 
1,892,863 

2, 06*, 281 

2,560,*83 

28.6 

31.4 

L4,016 
18,291 
30,191 
43,204 
703,453 
886,963 
8,311,898 
12,800,533 

12,791 
15,932 
27,006 
36,310 
407,616 
605,126 
251,544 
254,786 



Kentucky 
( selected 
counties) 



.6,656,689 

17,870,962 

4,411,509 

4,881,058 

26.5 

27.3 

11A,559 

138,521 

1,792,291 

. 5*, ■ 9 

55,371,886 

68,510,276 

81 . 
1,098 
9,544 
14,798 
11,240 
12,887 

(NA) 

(NA) 

275,038 

. 

408,542,499 

402,395,184 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



91,368 
131,904 
192,327 
332,326 



. 
12,536 
26,591 
29,348 
11,152 
12,256 
98.1 
97.8 
15,439 
17,092 

2,427,530 

2,641,496 

89.9 



2,559,535 
2,768,523 
2,255,116 
2,363,739 



756,474 

839, 734 

29.6 

30.3 

9,786 
10,900 
14,816 
16,951 
262,409 
300,605 
8,659,936 
11,186,544 

135 



5,600 
8,445 
6,690 
7,509 



16 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 3.-ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, LANDLORD-TENANT ^OPERATIONS CONTAINING 
MULTIPLE UNITS. AND FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Connnued 











Arkansas 


Florida 




Kentucky 




Item 




Multiple-unit 


Alabama 


(selected 


( selected 


Georgia 


( selected 




(For definitions and explanations, 


see text) 






counties; 


counties) 




counties) 




Multiple-nail operations- Continued 




56,649 
54,185 


22 

17 




396 
368 


4,885 
5,L56 


10,788 
11,683 


(NA) 




1949... 


(NA) 




subunits reporting 1954... 


114,223 


32 




599 


8,744 


18,378 


(NA) 




1949... 


110,121 


20 




505 


9,298 


19,247 


(NA) 




acres 1954... 


440,106 


112 




3,229 


31,786 


51,389 


(NA) 




1949... 


404,671 


80 




2,184 


27,470 


59,595 


(NA) 




pounds 1954... 


544,253,018 


118,050 




3,925,689 


34,006,015 


78.081.631 


(NA) 




1949... 


478,033,396 


71,987 




2,396,601 


32,178,082 


77,969,847 


(NA) 


. 




931 
528 


(NA) 
(NA) 


608 
289 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


188 




1949... 


219 




subunits reporting 1954... 


1,175 


(NA) 


776 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


238 




1949. . . 


711 


(NA) 


409 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


277 




acres 1954... 


229,751 


(NA) 


157,780 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


28,731 




1949... 


102,088 


(NA) 


65,185 


(NA) 


(NAJ 


(NA) 


27,505 




bushels 1954... 


13,465,980 


(NA) 


9,149,931 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1,673,024 




1949. . . 


4,B54,653 


(NA) 


3,121,668 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1,263,838 






12,577 


2,189 


38 


169 


4,802 


1 


44 




1949... 


17,283 


3,247 


30 


283 


7,841 


(NA) 


62 




subunits reporting 1954... 


27,130 


4,178 


45 


247 


10,022 


1 


52 




1949. . . 


40,626 


6,697 


30 


437 


18,436 


(NA) 


76 




acres 1954... 


334,429 


54,037 


80 


3,824 


171,105 


1 


51 




1949... 


587,117 


102,503 


41 


7,246 


333,289 


(NA) 


127 




pounds 1954... 


271,682,188 


28,795,663 


25,260 


2,800,785 


105,444,745 


1 000 


13,183 




1949... 


493,378,239 




14,630 


5,229,413 


258,168,643 


(NA) 


27,602 


Horse d mules 




102,481 
124,860 


7,327 
10,688 


3,380 
5,504 


422 
639 


12,117 

17,613 


8,851 
10,632 


3,614 




1950... 


4,473 




number 1954. . . 


353,514 


24,755 


14,581 


908 


40,897 


25,353 


16,930 




1950... 


544,013 


41,550 


33,705 


1,764 


72,121 


39, 102 


28,018 


Landlord- tfnant operations containing Multiple unit 






















478, 199 
576,820 


36,733 
50,058 


34,765 

46,954 


1,778 
2,277 


48,543 
65,646 


29,750 
33,411 


21,474 




1950... 


27,967 


Land in all subunits including home farm 


acres 1954... 


47,987,442 


4,817,123 


3,628,082 


345,507 


7,694,477 


2,700,707 


2,259,090 




1950... 


52,680,301 


5,599,331 


3,816,347 


378,013 


8,945,789 


2,944,945 


2,533,834 




.operators reporting 1954... 


32,322 


3,166 


1,764 


138 


3,664 


2,089 


1,414 




1950. . . 


42,946 


4,603 


2,665 


203 


5,212 


2.719 


1,971 




number 1954 .. . 


75,013 


9,464 


6,089 


379 


7,262 


3.159 


4,440 




1950... 


107,550 


14,571 


11,056 


493 


10,385 


4,063 


6,849 




.operators reporting 1954... 


23,957 


2,042 


1,430 


71 


2.233 


1,759 


1,044 




1950... 


27,176 


2,788 


1,947 


85 


2,913 


1,382 


1,512 




number 1954. .. 


51,214 


4,385 


5,040 


100 


3,796 


2,598 


3,044 




1950. . . 


61,776 


6,290 


6,412 


119 


5,012 


1,908 


5,033 




23,799 


5,079 


1,049 


279 


3,466 


561 


1,396 




1950... 


45,774 


8,281 


4,644 


374 


5,373 


2,155 


1,816 


Land in subunits not included in multiple uni 


ts acres 1954... 


1,1 ',151 


499,654 


444,939 


20,900 


481,398 


141,172 


178,421 




1950. . . 


5,574,621 


796,279 


623,963 


27,487 


799,024 




244,630 


Faro, not in •ultiple unit. 3 




1,358,666 


149,687 


63,263 


20,781 


124,242 


142,679 


94,093 




1950... 


1,539,724 


176,025 


80,949 


23,846 


142,930 


158,984 


103,063 






-7,701 


-523 


-148 


-62 


829 


-2,470 


-244 




1950... 


10,082 


1,268 


-860 


284 


3,810 


-944 


-271 






154,734,063 
156,797,266 


16,493,023 
16,085,732 


7,772,447 
8,212,805 


3,734,059 
3,540,007 


16,805,694 

17,604,290 


14,097,154 

14,975,855 


9,360,674 




1950... 


8,913,074 






39,606,013 
43,685,081 


3,738,475 
4,444,233 


2,804,007 
2,981,127 


772,253 
792,200 


4,053,098 
4,537,664 


3,655,035 
4,025,809 


2,369,989 




1949... 


2,462,095 






25.6 


22.7 


36.1 


20.7 


24.1 


25.9 


25.3 




1950. . . 


27.9 


27.6 


36.3 


22.4 


25.8 


26.9 


27.6 






867,595 


109,109 


27,528 


12,005 


81,758 


99,743 


46,371 




1949. . . 


1,121,226 


141,786 


50,478 


15,031 


110,016 


119,943 


59,107 




acres 1954... 


11,415,860 


1,656,662 


324,402 


261,651 


1,410,042 


1,529,882 


444,270 




1949... 


13,607,859 


1,845,503 


589,106 


262,458 


1,640,108 


1,744,577 


561,849 




bushels 1954... 


209,627,114 


20,811,534 


3,445,363 


4,423,905 


16,938,923 


46,711,950 


8,462,998 




1949. . . 


303,617,550 


32,848,414 


11,309,604 


3,109,429 


25,036,810 


57,074,746 


10,341,641 






526,317 


85,828 


36,671 


5,139 


51,940 


496 


37,055 




1949. . . 


689,131 


118,553 


55,784 


5,225 


74,045 


691 


47,023 




acres 1954... 


7,856,155 


851,173 


858,584 


30,780 


593,115 


3,944 


425,541 




1949. . . 


12,096.201 


1,410,118 


1,393,901 


39,552 


951,379 


6,353 


586, 214 




bales 1954... 


4,828,622 


521,836 


599,509 


22,398 


346,948 


4,550 


337,807 




1949... 


6,079,177 


606,801 


810,185 


15,912 


355,179 


5,378 


366,750 




farms reporting 1954 


(NA) 
(NA) 


171 




4,638 


19 661 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
42 




1949. . . 


115 




5,203 


2l'887 




acres 1954... 


949,440 


468 




19,918 


70,249 


223,649 


239 




1949... 


937,129 


315 




19,107 


• , ' 


261,236 


346 




pounds 1954... 


1,166,484,735 


366,264 




24,502,420 


73,650,445 


330,460,868 


184,358 




1949... 


1,059,472,980 


283,587 




19,324,650 


70,326,445 


323,092,634 


256,794 




far t' 195' 


9 


(NA) 
(NA) 


2,786 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


4,510 
5,401 




1949. . . 


6*843 


2,529 


(NA) 


(NA) 




acres 1954... 


1,782,437 


(NA) 


506,706 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


636,876 




1949. . . 


1,242,402 


(NA) 


345,647 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


535,004 




bushels 1954... 


102,913,837 


(NA) 


30,610,011 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


34,628,976 




1949. . . 


55,443,203 


(NA) 


16,757,646 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


22,337,305 






80,082 


18,967 


1,441 


3,757 


17,779 


34 


1,895 




1949... 


119,380 


30,605 


3,367 


4,404 


29,018 


5 


3,032 




acres 1954... 


712,484 


139,417 


2,037 


42,313 


239,669 


7 


1,902 




1949... 


1,137,056 


239,503 


3,226 


50,771 


416,402 


4 


2,408 




pounds 1954.. . 


534,669,161 


72,358,706 


397,397 


32,813,958 


139,341,680 


6,477 


412,780 




1949... 


967,079,213 


195,712,843 


1,010,718 


40,656,404 


325,344,238 


1,774 


724,557 






1,383,754 


140,620 


61,371 


14,747 


101,954 


166 974 


127,977 


1 050. . . 


2,386,448 


246,378 


143,042 


25,383 


181,861 


290 ) 760 


205,270 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SUMMARY 



17 



Summary Table 3.-ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATIONS CONTAINING 
MULTIPLE UNITS, AND FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explana 



All tmrmm number 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in farms acre- L954. 

1950. 

Cropland harvested acres 1954. 

1949. 

Proportion of all land in farms percent 1954. 

. 

Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harvest 



Rice harvested 1 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing fa 



Horses and mule 



.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
acres 1954. 

1949. 
bales 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



>Vjliiplr-unit operations number 

Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 

Home farms number 

Proportion of multiple units with a home farm percent 

Cropper farms number 

Land owned by landlord 2 acres 

Proportion of all land in the landlord- tenant operation. ..percent 
Land rented from others by landlord* acres 

Land in multiple-unit operations acres 

Home farms acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland nerves ted acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Com harvested for grain units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



....units reporting 
subunits reporting 



1954. 

1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. . 
1950.. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950., 

1954., 
1949.. 
1954., 
1950. , 

1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 

1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949. , 



251,383 
59,703 

74,617 

20,702,412 
20,710,770 
5,529,981 
6,136,206 
26.7 
29.6 

144,638 
184,713 
1,534,023 
1,963,820 
25,164,783 
37,933,711 

156,249 

190,732 

1,948,329 

1,547,593 
1,496,902 






''... 



7,086 

2,510,355 

105,322 

242,810 
393,494 



18,041 
20,904 

, 
97,256 

. 
19,864 

97.0 

95.0 
61,202 
77,392 

6,036,358 
6,459,217 

- 



7,252,208 
7,393,925 

, I . 

5,897,116 

85.0 

79.8 

1,090,599 

1,496,809 

2,691,677 

2,911,275 

37.1 

39.4 

, 
19,100 
45,505 
62,308 
513,466 
660,744 
8,581,953 
13,412,760 

17,519 
19,977 
69,757 
86,378 
1,086,515 
1,545,325 
913,044 
970,838 



17,198 
21,774 
3,457 
5,226 

2,018,548 

1,470,124 

1,449,580 

72.8 

68.6 

9,675 

12,580 

272,883 

322 , 178 

5,999,831 

9,286,470 

13,433 
15,673 

421,833 
, 

404,403 



(ha) 

343,995 
(NA) 



3,180 



1,434 
1,981 

6,433 
1,266 
1,828 



4,605 

330,830 
383,576 
54.5 
54.1 
276,399 
325,442 

479, 140 
592,313 
388,739 
455,237 
81.1 
76.9 
90,401 
137,076 

399,742 

460,173 

83.4 

77.7 

1,085 
1,590 
1,375 
2,302 
61,433 
83,858 
1,586,916 
2,623,272 

1,416 

1,899 

4,003 

5,502 

132,617 

193,430 

132,716 

161,501 



North 

(selected 
counties) 



250,093 
268,800 
49,371 

57,019 

17,209,737 
18,215,761 
5,351,355 
5,615,915 
31.1 
30.8 

184,942 
218,356 
1,816,165 
1,959,193 
40,945,932 
55,867,009 

77,296 
105,312 
522,095 
846,039 

. 
472,389 

144,646 
146,607 
666,706 
601,433 
792,074,315 

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

(NA) 

. 

26,163 

166,321 

218,314 

223,728,826 

229,600,343 

134,896 
177,682 
226,037 
336,378 



. 
25,252 
75,003 
74,688 
24,592 
22,395 

93.1 



4,804,329 

5,164,011 

85.6 

87.5 

806,033 

736,737 

5,188,844 
5,266,162 
3,859,955 
3,579,665 
74.4 
68.0 
1,328,889 
1,686,497 

1,652,627 

1,725,780 

31.8 

32.8 

24,840 
24,438 
55,550 
60,276 
596,741 
613,595 
13,798,592 
18,251,069 

12,568 
14,750 
26,048 
35,219 
182,271 
294,262 
131,262 
175,752 



124,203 
139,364 

23,031 
29,478 

11,069,348 
11,878,793 
3,393,002 
3,959,822 
30.7 
33.3 

84,962 

113,071 

923,189 

1,293,348 

9,259,319 

23,624,155 

76,094 
93,326 
809,525 
1,197,845 
488,418 
543,936 

34,537 
33,876 
120,821 
105,802 
126,800,090 
125,080,028 

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

3,264 

9,989 

19,055 

5,494,646 

12,233,964 

68,260 
170,343 



11,569 
13,739 
34,106 
41,361 
11,149 
12,799 
96.4 
93.2 
22,957 
28,562 

3,019,437 

3,562,405 

83.8 

85.0 

582,215 

630,027 

3,358,382 

3,803,830 

2,833,890 

2,999,075 

84.4 

78.8 

524,492 

804,755 

,166,31 

1,389,242 
34.7 
36.5 

10,505 
13,195 
23,349 
32,400 
280,089 
397,082 
2,799,012 
7,708,310 

10,671 
12,531 
24,434 
30,922 
315,885 
454,819 
197,595 
224,870 



6,939 

177,302 
22,532 
25,555 

13,799,336 
14,447,856 
4,012,346 
4,536,252 
29.1 
31.4 

97,841 
123,690 
1,390,556 
1,624,737 
26.498,766 
44,817,186 

55,031 
64,246 
629,281 
874,814 
502,757 
609,321 

(NA) 

(NA) 

81,721 

88,698 

108,746,218 

108,459,877 

(NA) 

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



2,739. 
470,245 

77,009 
112,204 
166,557 



15,004 
15,235 
39,069 
39,332 
14,541 
14,701 
96.9 
95.9 
24,528 
24,631 



79.4 
740,629 
659,150 

3,480,926 

3,339,065 

2,924,593 

2,710,118 

84.0 

81.2 

556,333 

628,947 

1,197,080 

1,190,350 

34.4 

35.6 

13,079 
13,790 
23,943 
25,450 
362,817 
373,412 
6,853,828 
10,894,803 

7,381 
7,293 
17,965 
17,488 
238,415 
268,989 
203,800 
208,935 



Texas 
(selected 
counties) 



170,387 
197,659 

7,953 
i:,884 

37,586,625 
38,179,749 
9,314,924 
10,415,301 
24.8 
27.3 

76,985 
108,097 
1,472,866 
1,702,037 
25,672,667 
33,778,426 

79,249 
102,814 
3,152,654 
4,851,506 
1,430,744 
2,372,890 



1,714 

1,339 

602,849 

517,792 

35,662,701 

23,387,689 

6,363 

11,075 

110,889 

191,761 

43,552,550 

122,692,887 

69,839 
107,892 
159,481 
296,060 



5,090 
6,122 
12,856 
16,026 
4,928 
5,888 
96.8 
96.2 
7,928 
10,138 

2,853,170 
69.3 
69.7 
, I . 

1,242,203 

3,263,502 

3,637,500 

2,844,592 

3,100,442 

87.2 

85.2 

418,910 

537,058 

1,072,742 

1,202.014 

32.9 

33.0 

4,007 

4,827 

7,099 

8,576 

164,240 

170,070 

2,964,899 

3,635,385 

4,512 
5,338 
9,326 
11,798 
446,936 
650,871 
174,483 
301,052 



18 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 3.-ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATIONS CONTAINING 
MULTIPLE UNITS. AND FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, 


see text) 


Mississippi 


(selected 


Carolina 
(selected 


Carolina 


(selected 
counties) 


Texas 
(selected 
counties) 


Virginia 
(selected 


Multiple-unit operations — Continued 




92 

3 

3 
26,545 
1,399 

1,627,072 
73,500 

275 
365 
393 
471 
301 
449 
93,824 
162,271 

14, 178 
17,991 
65,007 
104,656 

91,696 

117,511 

7,734,120 

8,179,411 

4,691 

6,758 

12,987 

20,255 

3,313 

4,750 

9,026 

13,363 

3,961 

6,892 

481,912 

785,486 

137,206 
154,127 
-1,499 
-2,775 

13,450,204 
13,316,845 
2,838,304 
3,224,931 
21.1 
24.2 

99,133 

122,405 
1,020,557 
1,303,076 
16,-582,830 
24,520,951 

86,492 
104,354 
861,814 
1,222,182 
634,549 
526,064 

162 
(NA) 
47,059 
(NA) 
2,684,107 
(HA) 

6,806 
11,748 
4,645 
6,637 
1,312,442 
2,348,084 

177,803 
288,838 


(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
4 
(NA) 
706 
(NA) 
49,875 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

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

278 
1,044 

737 
3,951 

5,441 

7,808 

60", 229 

709,018 

308 

419 

1,038 

1,375 

202 

275 

730 

761 

308 

614 

128,089 

116,705 

, 
15,341 
320 
621 

1,539,408 

1,520,355 

1,070,382 

989,407 

69.5 

65.1 

8,300 

10,278 

211,450 

238,320 

4,412,915 

6,663,198 

, 
289,216 

, 
271,687 
306,527 

8 

6,50 

37 
(NA) 
4 936 
(NA) 

294,120 
(NA) 

5 

13 

10 
764 

2,710 

5,731 
20,810 


22,396 

20,424 

51,817 

, 

250,950 

224,033 

307,628,769 

256,343,325 

(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 

(na) 

(NA) 
(NA) 

3,922 
4,166 

10,237 
12,078 
77,052 
106,611 
103,284,157 
107,129,341 

22,658 
22,461 

71,256 
86,882 

87,009 

88,817 

5,610,862 

5,900,748 

6,352 

6,916 

12,006 

14 , 129 

. 

4,356 

, 

5,452 

422,018 

634,586 

175,090 

194,112 

-1,040 

4,726 

12,020,893 
,949,59 

3,698,728 

3,890,135 

30.8 

30.0 

129,392 

15 , sc 
1,219,424 
1,345,598 
27,147,340 
37,615,940 

51,248 
70,093 
339,824 

551,777 
235,449 
296,637 

92,829 

96,906 
415,756 
. 
484,445,546 

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

14,268 

, 

89,269 

111,703 

120,444,669 

122,471,002 

154,781 
249,496 


5,166 
5,268 
11,926 
12,110 
41,489 
38,324 
45,024,363 
46,451,002 

(NA) 
(NA) 

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

267 
369 

370 

3,020 

4,686 

1,913,223 

3,275,854 

9,990 
12,346 
31,590 
44,812 

42,277 

51,007 

3,601,652 

4,192,432 

3,459 

4,262 

8,171 

9,646 

2,460 

2,786 

5,l4o 

5,661 

3,125 

3,985 

243,270 

388,602 

98*003 

74 

916 

7,710,966 

8,074,963 

2,226,644 

2,570,580 

28.9 

31.8 

61,613 
80,671 
643,100 
896,266 
6,460,307 
15,915,845 

51,660 
62,404 
493,640 
743,026 
290,823 
319,066 

22,611 
21,766 
79,332 
67,478 
81,775,727 
'8,629, 

(NA) 

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

2,894 
4,265 
6,969 
14,369 
3,581,423 
8,958,110 

i 
125,531 


7,336 
6,939 
11,652 
10,620 
22,169 
22,695 
■ ',— ' , ' 
29,428,413 

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

19 
22 
21 
24 
65 
83 
44,007 
'.''"■' 

11,306 
12,967 
36,407 
53,296 

44,345 

48,781 

3,736,066 

3,832,096 

2,862 

3,992 

5,276 

8,008 

2,378 

2,364 

4,310' 

4,665 

966 

3,343 

255,140 

369,525 

117,870 

137,970 

-1,996 

924 

10,318,410 
11,108,791 
2,815,266 
3,345,902 
27.3 
30.2 

73,898 
98,240 
1,027,739 
1,251,325 
19,644,938 
33,922,383 

37,066 
46,758 
390,866 
605,825 
298,957 
400,386 

(NA) 

(NA) 

59,552 

66,003 

79,299,179 

. - 

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

410 

1,349 

597 

2,656 

426,238 

2,053,816 

130,150 


39 

17 

63 

22 

15,989 

7,999 

966,078 

395,647 

196 

284 

253 

380 

5,822 

8,507 

2,215,155 

5,747,768 

2,617 
3,782 
9,680 
19,004 

15,565 

20,473 

3,560,828 

4,095,373 

1,243 

1,944 

2,709 

4,447 

911 

1,266 

1,883 

2,537 

826 

1,910 

297,326 

457,873 

157,531 

172,052 

25 

1,518 

34,323,123 

32,750,281 

8,242,182 

8,955,652 

24.0 

27.3 

69,886 
96,334 
1,308,626 
1,502,796 
22,707,768 
29,613,295 

69,923 
89,028 
2,705,718 
4,171,746 
1,256,261 
2,055,856 

1,651 

586,860 
361,751 
, 
16,348,252 

6,110 

10,508 

105,067 

180,709 

41,337,395 

115,014,037 

149,801 
259,411 


5,660 




1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


4,330 
11,075 
8,620 
38,982 
30,290 
46,021,462 
33,194,139 

(NA) 




1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 


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

655 




1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


614 
1,311 
1,415 
19,071 
23,575 
27,051,186 
29,445,014 

5,743 


Landlord- tenant operations containing anltiple uni 


1950. . . 

number 1954. . . 
1950... 


4,720 
15,413 

15,132 

18,823 




1950. . . 


16,110 
1,691,699 




1950... 

.operators reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 

.operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,552,964 
1,172 
1,282 
2,033 
2,273 
976 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share ten 
Land in subunits not included in multiple un 


752 
1,621 
1,338 


1950. . . 


935 


1950. . . 


154,039 




1950. . . 


82,322 




1950... 


865 
7,108,008 




1950. . . 


7,744,669 




1949. . . 


1,465,346 




1950. . . 


18.9 




1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 


58,857 

358,055 

426,877 

11,876,343 

15,645,294 




1949... 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949. . . 


5,002 
11,940 
23,602 

7,848 
14,436 

(NA) 

30,451 

80,277 

81,276 

91,799,928 

87,939,411 

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

5,716 

6,981 

80,588 

108,658 

122,235,232 

■ , ' ."-■ 

67,152 
105,791 




1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949. . . 


Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing...,. 


1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954. . . 

1949. . . 


1950... 



NA Not available. For 19: ...aire used in enumerating farms carried a separate inquiry for rice in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. All totals, except for 

' T^ S \ are "stricted to those States. The questionnaire used in enumerating multiple units provided for enumeration of rice in other States. The totals for multiple 
nclude data for 3 farms reporting rice in Mississippi. 2 Land in managed landlord-tenant operations classified on basis of whether owned or rented by the employer. 

All data for farms not in mulUple units were obtained by subtracting data for multiple units from those for all farms. See text for reliability of these data. <See text 1 

comparability of data because of revision of 1950 multiple-unit area. 



SUMMARY 



19 



Summary Table 4.-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR ALL FARMS, FOR MULTIPLE UNITS, FOR FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS. 
AND FOR FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Multiple-unit 
area, total 


Alabama 


Arkansas 
(selected 


Florida 
(selected 


— 


Kentucky 
(selected 


Louisiana 


AVERAGE PER FARM OR PER UNIT 1 


















All hru: 




113.0 


117.6 


119.2 


183.0 


145.1 


IS. 4 


. 




1950... 


101.8 


98.8 


97.6 


151 


8 


129.9 


94.0 


90.2 






30.9 


27.2 


49.7 


39 





37.0 


26.1 


27.1 




1949... 


29.8 


27.1 


i9 . 


34 




35.8 


25.7 


25.4 






13.5 


16.0 


12.6 


22 


5 


18.9 


15.6 


10.2 




1949... 


12.5 


13.6 


12.4 


18 


1 


16.5 


14.8 


9.8 


Cotton harvested 




15.6 
18.0 


10.8 
12.7 


25.5 
26.9 


6 
7 



7 


12.7 
14.1 


11.1 
13.5 


13.1 




1949... 


14.3 




acres 1954... 


(HA) 


2.9 




4 


4 


3.6 


(NA) 


6.8 




1949... 


<NA) 


2.9 




3 


" 


2.9 


(NA) 


8.2 




acres 1954... 


195.0 


(NA) 


186.5 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


140.2 




1949... 


149.8 


<NA) 


1 39 . B 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


99.1 




acres 1954... 


9.8 


8.4 


1.4 


11.5 


14.8 


0.2 


1.0 




1949... 


10.8 


9.2 


1.0 


12.0 


15.8 


0.8 


0.8 




1950... 


1.0 
1.5 


0.9 
1.4 


0.8 
1.5 


0.7 

1.1 


0.9 

1.3 


1.1 
1.7 


1.3 
1.9 


*falliple-aoit operatiooa: 




335.9 
319.8 


444.2 
379.4 


487.8 
416.2 


522.7 
442.0 


483.7 

423.7 


225.1 
220.8 


463.9 




1950... 


436.5 




acres 1954... 


113.0 


110.5 


269.9 


150.7 


!■'... 


66.5 


142.8 




1949... 


111.0 


101.5 


220. 


114.3 


133.2 


67.0 


131.0 






31.7 


44.9 


31.6 


49.7 


50.2 




30.4 




1949... 


32.8 


37.8 


35.7 


42.8 




27.6 


29.8 






47.2 
56.5 


33.5 
38.2 


120.0 
135.7 


9.7 
13.4 


31.9 
38.0 


41.5 
61.2 


58.7 




1949... 


70.3 


Tobacco harvested 




7.8 

7.5 


5.1 

4.7 




8.2 
5.9 


6.5 
5.3 


4.8 

5.1 


(NA) 




1949... 


(NA) 


Rice harvet 




246.8 
193.3 


(NA) 
(NA) 


259.5 
225.6 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


152.8 




1949... 


125.6 






26.6 


24.7 


2.1 


22.6 


35.6 


1.0 


1.2 




1949... 


34.0 


31.6 


1.4 


25.6 


42.5 


(NA) 


2.0 






3.7 


2.5 

3.3 


2.2 

4.5 


1.5 
2.2 


2.7 
3.8 


2.3 
3.1 


3.8 




1950... 


5.3 


-nl,i,n , 1 * in anl t i !■! r .mi 1 op r r n I i ,,n . 




109.9 

100.4 


158.3 
135.3 


111.0 
88.6 


232.0 
196.5 


174.7 
147.4 


96.3 
94.3 


122.1 




1950... 


108.4 






37.0 


39.4 


61.4 


66.9 


50.0 


28.4 


37.6 




1949... 


34.8 


36.2 


46.8 


50.8 


46.3 


."'.'■.. 


32.5 






14.8 


20.4 


14.9 


33.7 


23.3 


17.7 


13.5 




1949... 


14.0 


16.5 




27.0 


20.5 


17.7 


11.6 






17.1 




28.5 


6.8 


15.1 


15.3 


17.2 




1949. . . 


19.1 


16.4 


30.3 


9.1 


16.7 


20.7 


19.3 






3.9 


3.5 




5.4 


3.6 


2.8 


(NA) 




1949... 


3.7 


4.0 




4.3 


3.0 


3.1 


(NA) 






195.5 
143.6 


(NA) 
(NA) 


203.3 
159.4 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


120.7 




1949... 


99.3 






12.3 


12.9 


1.8 


15.5 


17.1 


1.0 


1.0 




1949... 


14.6 


15.3 


1.4 


16.6 


'.1 


(NA) 


1.7 


Horses and mules 




0.9 
1.2 


0.9 

1.2 


0.5 

1.0 


0.6 


1.0 
1.3 


1.0 

1.3 


1 


1950... 


1 


.0 


1.3 



See footnotes at end of table . 



20 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 4-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR ALL FARMS, FOR MULTIPLE UNITS, FOR FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS, 
AND FOR FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. BY STATES.- CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see tex 


t) 


— 


Missouri 
(selected 
counties) 


North 

Carolina 
(selected 
counties) 


South 

Carolina 


Tennessee 
(selected 


Texas 
(selected 


Virginia 
(selected 


AVERAGE PER FARM OR PER UNIT 1 


















All fans: 




95.9 

82.4 


117.4 
97.0 


67.8 


8°.l 


87.9 
81.5 


220.6 
193.2 


96.6 




1950... 


85 


2 


94.3 










21.4 


27 


3 


25.6 


54.7 


18.4 






24.4 


66.6 


2C . • 


28 


4 


25.6 


52.7 


18.1 


_ rain 








9.8 


10 


Q 


14.2 


19.1 


7.5 




194 ... 


10.6 


25.6 


9.0 


11 


4 


13.1 


15.7 


7.4 




acres 


12.5 


31.4 


6.8 


10 


6 


11.4 


39.8 


3.7 




194 . . . 


14.5 


37.3 


8.0 


12 


8 


13.6 


47.2 


4.8 










4.6 


3 


5 


(NA) 




(NA) 




1949... 




1.3 


4.1 


3 


1 


(NA) 




2.9 






287.5 
(NA) 


137... 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


351.7 
386.7 


(NA) 




1949... 


(NA) 


Pean ts harv< ted for picking or threshing 












1.5 








1040... 


0.6 


0.8 


8.3 


3.9 


2.0 


17.3 


15.7 






1.1 


0.4 


0.9 


0.9 


1.1 


0.9 


0.9 




1950... 


1.6 


1.1 


1.3 


1.2 


1.7 


1.5 


1.3 


Multiple-unit operations: 




402.0 
353.7 


134.1 
299.0 


196.5 
208.5 


290.3 
276.9 


232.0 
219.2 


641.2 
594.2 






1950... 


254.8 






149.2 






100.8 


79.8 


210.8 


49.7 




1949... 


139.3 


232.3 


68.3 


101.1 


78.1 


196.3 


51.6 


Corn harvested for grain 




31.4 
34. < 


56.6 
52.7 


24.0 
25.1 


26.7 
30.1 


27.7 
27.1 


41.0 
35.2 






1949.. . 


17.0 




acres 1954... 


62.0 


93.7 


14.5 


29.6 


32.3 


99.1 


7.3 




1949... 


77.4 


101.9 


19.9 


36.3 


36.9 


121.9 


10.6 




acres 1954... 






11.2 


8.0 


3.0 




6.9 




1949... 




(NA) 


11.0 


7.3 


3.3 




7.0 




acres 1954 




176 5 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 






(NA) 
(NA) 




1949... 


466.3 




(NA) 


470.5 














3.4 


29.7 






1949... 


1.2 


(NA) 


25.6 


12.7 


3.8 


30.0 


38.4 


Horses and mules 


ber 1954 


3.6 

5.0 


2.0 


2.7 
3.4 


2.7 

3.3 


2.4 

3.5 


1.9 

3.1 


2 3 




1950... 


2.8 


Subunits in Multiple-unit operations: 






































1950... 


76.0 


92.1 


70.5 


92.0 




227.0 


100.4 






















1949 . . . 


29.9 


71.5 


23.1 


33. c 


30.3 


75.0 


20.3 




1954 


11 


44 


10.7 
10.2 


12.3 






8.1 

8.6 




i 149... 


10.6 


36.4 


14.7 


19.8 






















1949... 


17.9 


35.2 




14.7 


15.4 


55.2 


5.2 




1954 




(NA) 


4.5 


3.5 

3.2 


1.9 
2.1 








1949... 


3.5 




1954 


282.4 
466.3 


176.5 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


253.8 
363.6 


(NA) 
(NA) 




1949... 






0.8 


(NA) 


7.5 


8.2 


3.1 


23.0 


14.5 




1949... 


1.0 


(NA) 


8.8 


8.0 


3.5 


22.4 


If .7 




. - Q -. 


0.8 
1.1 


0.2 
0.6 


1.0 
1.2 


0.9 
1.1 


0.9 
1.4 


0.8 

1.2 


0.9 

1.1 


1950... 



SUMMARY 

Summary Table 4—SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR ALL FARMS. FOR MULTIPLE UNITS. FOR FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS. 
AND FOR FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 -Continued 



21 



Arkansas 
(selected 

counties) 



Cropland 



Com harvested for grain. 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harvested . 



Rice harvested. 



Peanuts harvested for picking 



AVERAGE PER FARM OR PER UNIT 1 — Continued 

••ltiple unit.:' 

arms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
1<>54.. 

1949. . 

1949.. 
1954 . . 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 

Horses and mules nuDber 1954.. 

1950.. 

AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 

bushels 

1949... 
Cctton harvested bales 1954. . . 

1949... 
Tobacco harvested pounds 1954. . . 

1949... 
Rice harvested bushels 1954. . . 

1949. . . 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing pounds 1954.. . 

1949. . . 

1954... 

1949... 
Cotton harvested bales 1954.. . 

1949... 
Tobacco harvested.. .' pounds 1954.. . 

1949... 
Rice harvested bushels 1954. .. 

1949... 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing pounds 1954... 

1949... 

1954... 

1949... 
Cotton harvested bales 1954. . . 

1949... 
Tobacco harvested pounds 1954. . . 

1949... 
Rice harvested bushels 1954. . . 

1949... 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing pounds 1954... 

1949... 



2*.i 
13.2 
12.1 

17.6 
(MA) 
(NA) 
194.9 
140.4 



22.4 
0.66 
0.53 
1,231 
1,146 
57.8 



17.8 
22.6 
0.74 
0.60 
1,237 
1,181 
58.6 
47.6 
812 



18.4 
22.3 
0.61 
0.50 
1,229 
1,131 
57.7 



- . 
25.2 

15.2 
13.0 



12.5 

1-..-' 
0.1 i 
0.45 



12.5 
17.9 
0.61 
0.49 
1,054 
900 
(NA) 
(NA) 



12.1 

'. 
0.61 
0.43 



122 


9 


101 


3 


44 


3 


36 


= 


11 


■' 


11 


7 



181.9 



LI .9 

1 •.- 
0.78 
0.64 



L4.9 
20.1 



58.0 

'.:•.■> 



in... 
1.2 

0.7XJ 
D.J8 



179.7 

37.2 
33.2 
21.8 



(HA) 
NA) 
11.3 
LI. 5 



16.8 

11.8 
0.73 
0.40 
, 
1,020 
(NA) 
(NA) 
772 
791 

16.0 
11.5 
0.74 
0.43 
1,216 
1,097 
(NA) 
(NA) 
732 



11.8 
0.73 
0.40 
1,230 

1,011 
(NA) 
(NA) 
776 



135.3 
123.2 
32.6 
31.7 
17.2 
14.9 
11.4 
12.8 
3.6 
2.9 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13.5 
14.3 



11.9 
15.0 
0.60 

1,055 
1,121 

(NA) 
(NA) 



59( 



11.8 
14.4 
0.62 
0.42 
1,070 
1,171 
(NA) 
(NA) 
616 
775 

12.0 
15.3 
0.58 
0.37 
1,048 
1,100 
(NA) 
(NA) 
581 



98.8 
94.2 
25.6 
25.3 
15.3 
14.5 



30.9 
33.3 
1.18 
0.87 
1,485 
1,251 
(NA) 
(NA) 
935 

33.0 
37.2 
1.19 
0.89 
1,519 
1,308 
(NA) 
(NA) 
1,000 
(NA) 

30.5 
32.7 
1.15 
".85 
1,478 
1,237 
(NA) 
(NA) 
925 



22 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 4.-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR ALL FARMS. FOR MULTIPLE UNITS. FOR FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS. 
AND FOR FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 











North 




Tennessee 


Texas 


Virginia 


Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text! 




Mississippi 


(selected 


(selected) 
counties) 


Carolina 


(selected 
counties) 


(selected 


(selected 


AVERAGE PER FARM OR PER UNIT 1 — Continued 


















Far..... in multiple units: 




98.0 
86.4 


120.3 

99.1 


68.7 


85.6 
82.4 


87.5 
80.5 


217.9 
190.4 


96.9 




1950... 


66 


7 


94.1 






20.7 


83.7 


21 


1 


24.7 


23.9 


52.3 


18.0 




1949... 


20.9 


64.5 


20 


;" 


26.2 


24.3 


52.1 


17.8 


ted for rain 




10.3 


25.5 


9 


t. 


10.4 


13.9 


18.7 


7.3 




1949... 


10.6 


23.2 


8 


5 


11.1 


12.7 


15.6 


7.3 






10.0 


30.7 


6 


t 


9.6 


10.5 


38.7 


3.5 




1949... 


11.7 


38.4 


7 


9 


11.9 


13.0 


46.9 


4.7 










4 


5 


3.5 


(NA) 




(NA) 




1949... 




1.3 


3 


9 


3.1 


(NA) 




2.7 


Rice harv< 




29 .' 
(NA) 


133.4 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


355.5 

396.2 


(NA) 




1949... 


(NA) 






0.7 


0.8 


6.3 


2.4 


1.5 


17.2 


14.1 




1949... 


0.6 


0.8 


7.9 


3.4 


2.0 


17.2 


15.6 


d mules 




1.3 
1.9 


0.4 
1.4 


0.9 

1.3 


0.9 

1.3 


1.1 
1.8 


1.0 

1.5 


0.4 




1950... 


1.3 


AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 


















All farms: 






















16.4 
19.3 


22.0 
28.8 


22.5 

28.5 


10.0 
18.3 


19.1 
27.1 


17.4 

1 ■ ' . 


32.7 




1949... 


36.5 




bales 1954... 


0.79 


0.96 


0.70 


0.60 


0.80 


0.45 


0.66 




1949... 


0.54 


. 


0.56 


0.45 


0.70 


0.49 


0.63 










1,188 


1,049 


1,331 




1,156 




1949... 




813 


1,092 


1,182 


1,223 




1,086 




..bushels 1954... 


58.6 


61.0 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


59.2 


(NA) 




1949... 




(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


45.2 


(NA) 






284 


191 


1,345 


550 


710 


393 


1,498 




L94 l. . . 


354 


271 


1,052 


642 


779 


640 


1,378 


Mti 1 i i 1. 1 ■■ mii j i operations: 






















16.7 


25.8 


23.1 


10.0 


18.9 


18.1 


31.0 




1949... 


20.3 


31.3 


29.7 


19.4 


29.2 


21.4 


36.2 






0.84 
0.63 


1.0C 
0.83 


0.72 
0.60 


0.63 

0.49 


0.85 
0.78 


0.39 
0.46 


0.67 




1949 . . . 


.• 










1,226 


1,085 


1,328 




1,181 




1949... 




(NA) 


1,144 


1 ,212 


. < 




1,096 


Rice harvested 




61.3 


70.6 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


60.4 


(NA) 




1949... 


52.5 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


49.5 


(NA) 






312 


(NA) 


1,340 


634 


677 


l-'O 


1,418 




1949... 


361 


(NA) 


1,005 


699 


975 


676 


1,249 


Farms not in multiple units: 2 






















16.2 


20.9 


22.3 


io.o 


19.1 


17.4 


33.2 




1949... 


! -' . 3 


28.0 


28.0 


17.8 


27.1 


19.7 


36.7 






0.74 


0.94 


0.69 


0.59 


0.76 


0.46 






1949... 


0.43 


0.78 


0.54 


0.43 


1 . 6i 


0.49 


0.61 




DO d 1954 




(NA) 
813 


1,165 
1,061 




1,332 
1,197 




1,144 
1,082 




1949... 




1,165 






b 


57.0 


59.6 
(»A) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


(NA) 
(NA) 


1 


(NA) 
(NA) 




1949... 


45.2 






233 


191 


1,349 


514 


714 


393 


1,517 




1949... 


354 


271 


1,096 


623 


773 


636 


1,406 



SUMMARY 

Summary Table 5.-PERCENTAGE OF ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE UNITS, FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS. AND FARMS 
NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. REPORTING SPECIFIED ITEMS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 -Continued 



23 



\11 faras number 1954. 

195C . 
Corn harvested for grair. farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Rice harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Horses and mules farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Multiple -unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Rice harvested units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing unite reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Horses and mules unltB reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Submits in null i pie. on i t oper.it ions number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Rice harvested subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Paras not in uultiple unit* 1 number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain farms report Ing 1954 . 

Cotton harvested farms rep. I 

1949. 

Tobacco harvested rannfl reporting 1954. 

1949. 

Rice harvested farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing farms reporting 1954. 

NA Not available. Z Less than 0.05. 1 The base figures for farms not 
text for reliability of these data. 



rent 

100.0 

100.0 
63.6 
71.3 
43.6 
49.1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
0.6 



7.9 
49.9 
63.5 

100.0 
100.0 
89.5 
91.3 
66.3 
69.7 
43.0 
37.0 



9.5 

11.8 
77.7 
85.3 
100.0 

10C.0 
62.7 

60.0 
64.7 
28.3 
23.6 



. 



100.0 
100.0 
63.9 
72.8 

ie . 



Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
73.3 
80.0 
60.2 
68.8 
0.1 
0.1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13.1 
17.6 
'1.1 
67.9 
100.0 
100. 
96.0 
94.8 
93.0 
91.2 
0.2 
0.1 
(HA) 
(NA) 
22.5 
25.6 

84.4 
100.0 
100.0 
75.5 
77.4 
76.1 
75.9 
0.1 
0.1 
(NA) 

. 
18.9 
100.0 
100.0 
72.9 
80.5 
57.3 
67.4 



(NA) 
(NA) 



100.0 
100.0 
40.3 



2.9 
37.9 
56.9 
100.0 
1O0.O 
69.0 
73.9 
96.5 
96.3 



0.4 
51.8 
74.1 
100.0 
100.0 
32.2 

92.6 

92.0 



0.1 
100.0 
100.0 
43.5 
62.4 
58.0 
66.9 



■ent 
100.0 
100.0 
57.7 
62.9 
24.9 
21.9 
23.6 
22.3 
(NA) 
(NA) 
18.1 
18.9 
46.1 
6J.2 
100.0 
100.0 
87.3 
86.9 
43.5 
33.0 
63.8 
46.4 
(NA) 
(NA) 
27.2 
35.7 
68.0 
SO. 6 
1O0.O 
100.0 
57.2 
61.2 
27.8 
21.6 
42.8 
28.3 
(NA) 
(NA) 
17.7 
24.5 
100.0 
100.0 
57.8 
63.0 
24.7 
21.9 
22.3 
21.8 
(NA) 
(NA) 
18.1 
18.5 



100.0 

100.0 
67.6 
77.3 
47.7 
55.7 
17.2 
15.7 
(NA) 
(NA) 
16.8 
23.9 
49.7 
65.3 

100.0 

loo.o 

94.0 
95.1 
85.8 
82.9 
32.8 
26.8 
(NA) 
(NA) 
32.2 
40.. 
81. 
91.' 
100.0 
100.0 
73.1 
78.2 
65.. 
65.7 

- 
16.8 
(NA) 

24.3 

33.4 
100.0 
1O0.0 



Kentucky 
(selected 
counties) 



1D0.C 

100.0 
67.7 
72.8 
0.5 
0.6 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(Z) 
(Z) 
54.0 
69.4 
100.0 
100.0 



15.3 
(NA) 

(NA) 
■.. 
20.3 



. : 



94.9 
93.2 

(NA) 
(NA) 
(Z) 
(NA) 
77.8 
84.8 
100.0 
100.0 
55.7 
57. 



69.1 
65.6 
(NA) 

(NA) 

(Z) 

(NA) 

100. 

100.0 

69.9 

75.4 

0.3 

0.4 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 



in multiple units were obtained by subtracting data for multiple units from those for all farms. See 



24 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 5—PERCENTAGE OF ALL FARMS, MULTIPLE UNITS, FARMS IN MULTIPLE UNITS, AND FARMS 
NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS. REPORTING SPECIFIED ITEMS. BY STATES. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Missouri 
(selected 
counties) 



North 
Carolina 
(selected 
counties) 



(selected 
counties) 



Texas 
(selected 
counties) 



All faras. number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested farms report ing 1954 . 

1949. 
Rice harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Horses and mules farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 
faltiple-unit operations. number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested units reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Rice harvested units reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing units reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Horses and mules units reporting 1954. 

1950. 
Subunits in Multiplr-unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 
Corn harvested for grain subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested subunits reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested subunits reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Rice harvested subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Farm Dot in •oltiplr units' number 1954. 

1950. 
Com harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Cotton harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Tobacco harvested farms reporting 1954 . 

1949. 
Rice harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 
Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing farms reporting 1954. 



67.0 
73.! 



48.8 
58.8 
100.0 
100.0 
90.6 
91.4 
97.1 
95.6 



100.0 
100.0 
57.8 
64.1 



0.5 
100.0 
100.0 
72.3 
78.8 



0.1 
18.5 
43.9 
100.0 
100.0 
75.7 



(HA) 
(NA) 
19.4 
52.7 
100.0 
100.0 
31.2 
35.8 
90.9 
85.5 
(NA) 
(NA) 
0.1 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
100.0 
100.0 
64.9 
67.0 
73.7 
66.3 



cent 
100.0 

100.0 
73.9 
81.2 
30.9 
39.2 
57.8 
54.5 
(NA) 
(NA) 



66.5 
(NA) 
(NA) 
13.6 
16.2 
100.0 
100.0 
73.9 
81.4 
29.3 
36.1 
53.0 
49.9 
(NA) 
(NA) 



ioo.o 

100.0 
68.4 
81.1 
61.3 
67.0 
27.8 
24.3 
(NA) 
(NA) 



55.0 
65.6 
100.0 
100.0 
90.8 
96.0 
92.2 
91.2 
44.7 
38.3 
(NA) 
(NA) 



100.0 
100.0 
68.4 
82.3 
57.3 
63.7 
25.1 
22.2 
(NA) 
(NA) 



100.0 
100.0 
62.3 
69.8 
35.1 
36.2 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
0.3 



75.4 
85.1 
100.0 
101..0 
61.3 
64.7 
46.0 
42.9 
29.8 
27.7 
(NA) 
(NA) 
0.1 
0.6 
100.0 
100.0 
62.7 
71.2 
31.4 
33.9 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



SUMMARY 



25 



Summary Table 6.-PERCENTAGE OF CROPLAND HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS. FOR ALL FARMS. FOR 
MULTIPLE UNITS, AND FOR FARMS NOT IN MULTIPLE UNITS, BY STATES: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Arkansas 
(selected 
counties) 



Kentucky 
( selected 
counties) 



«ll fans: 

Cropland harvested 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. . 

Multiple-anil operatioaa: 

Cropland harvested 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. , 

FarM DOt in ■ulliplr-nnit operations: 

Cropland harvested 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



1949. 

- ■-. 
1949. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 

1949. 
1949. 



1949. 



1CO.0 
100.0 
27.8 
29.9 
22.0 
29.7 

2.5 



100.0 
100.0 
25.1 



Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
43.1 
40.1 
24.0 
32.3 

(Z) 
(Z) 
(NA) 
(NA) 



i . 

100.0 
39.1 
35.3 
28.2 
34.3 



Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
10.2 
17.0 
35.4 
51.2 



Percent 

100.0 
100. 
33.3 



100.0 
100.0 
28.8 
32.5 



31.1 



41 . 5 
22.8 
91. 



100.0 
100.0 
11.6 

30.6 
46.8 



100.0 
100.0 

33.1 



Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
34.5 
35.6 
16.4 
21.9 



. . 

100.0 
34.1 
34.6 
19.7 
23.6 

1.5 



100.0 
100.0 
34.8 
36.1 
14.6 
21.0 



Percent 

100.0 
100.0 
40.6 
42.1 
0.2 
0.3 



100.0 
100.0 
34.7 



100.0 
100.0 
41.9 
43.3 



(For definitions and explanations. 



Missouri 
(selected 
counties) 



North 
Carolina 
(selected 
counties) 



Texas 
(selected 
counties) 



all for..: 

Cropland harvested acres 1954 . . 

Corn harvested for grain icr 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested acres 1949. . 

Tobacco harvested acres 1954 . . 

Rice harvested acres 1954.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing acres 1954.. 



Muii.pl. «,i apantlaaai 

Cropland harvested 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing.. 

Faraa not ia aaltiple aaitai 

Cropland harvested 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1949. 



1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 

1949. 



100.0 
100.0 
27.7 
32.0 
35.2 
45.1 



100.0 
100.0 
19.1 
22.7 
40.4 
53.1 



Percent 

100.0 
100.0 
18.6 
22.2 
28.7 
40.3 



100.0 
100.0 
15.4 
18.2 
33.2 
42.0 



100.0 
100.0 
36.0 



100.0 
100.0 
19.8 
24.1 
27.0 
39.5 



Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
33.9 

34.9 
9.8 
15.1 

12.5 
10.7 
(NA) 
(NA) 



100.0 
100.0 
36.1 
35.6 
11.0 
17.1 

15.2 

13.0 
(NA) 
(NA) 



100.0 
100.0 
33.0 
34.6 



100.0 
100.0 
27.2 
32.7 

. 
30.2 



100.0 
100.0 
24.0 
28.6 
27.1 
32.7 

3.6 



100.0 
100.0 
26.9 
34.9 
22.2 
28.9 

3.6 



100.0 
100.0 
34.7 
35.8 

15.7 

2.0 



100.0 
100.0 
30.3 



Percent 

100.0 
100.0 
15.8 
16.3 
33.8 
46.6 



100.0 
100.0 
15.3 
14.1 



100.0 
100.0 
36.5 



100.0 
100.0 
15.9 



NA Not available. Z Leas than 0.05. 'The base figures for 
e text for reliability of these data. 



in multiple units were obtained by subtracting data for multiple units from those for all farms. 



26 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 7.-MULTIPLE-IJNIT OPERATIONS. 



Slse of unit (based on total 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Under 30 30 to 49 50 to 69 70 to 99 100 to 139 



Multiple-unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 

Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Proportion of multiple-unit operations with a home farm percent 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in multiple-unit operations total acres 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Proportion of all land in multinle-unit operations perci I 

■ . 

Cropper farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Oopland harvested total acres 1954. 

. 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 1954. 

1950. 

Corn harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



403,186 
469,270 
126,741 
138,034 
96.1 
93.6 
276,445 
331,236 

44,300,286 
47,105,680 
37,181,363 
37,342, 
8. 
79.3 
7,118,923 
9,763,172 



34.7 

118,009 

134, 536 

252,634 

315,0 

3,739,539 

4,400,828 

66,545,737 

99,431,279 



69,607 
60, 528 
38,975 
27,211 
56.0 
45.1 



65.7 

2,440 
1,996 
3,123 
2,702 
13,897 
13,174 
260,149 
' . 58 



15,247 
15,692 
6,446 



286,476 
297,130 

175,753 
160,830 
61.3 
54.1 
110,723 
136,300 

153,415 

183,209 

53.6 

61.7 

5,997 
6,219 
8,428 
9,408 
55,359 
62,718 
996, 864 
1,505,981 



19,593 
22,270 
8,463 
9,038 
93.1 
87.9 
11,130 
13,232 

535,501 
608,421 
358, 077 
362,776 
66.9 
59.6 
177,424 
245,645 



340,582 
48.3 
56.0 

7,981 
9,164 
12,087 
14,870 
94,713 
118, 841 



32,648 
39,430 
14,013 
16,320 
95.2 
92.2 
18,635 
23,110 

1,230,522 

879,688 
984,009 
71.5 
66.1 
350,834 
505,380 

553,323 

746,659 

45.0 

50.1 

13,286 

16,152 
21,407 
27,585 
199, 777 
254,304 
3,561,032 
6,014,574 



harvested multipl 



reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 



87,410 

102,289 

241,954 

302, 561 

4,127,689 

5,797,934 

3,055,985 

,486,5 



1,445 
1,420 
2,055 
2,191 
12,237 

I, 
9,644 



3,995 

4,815 
6,065 
8,018 
45,245 
70,346 
34,362 
43,490 



11,788 
65,949 
119,038 
48,934 

69,573 



8,946 
11,957 
14,918 
21,990 
138,947 
251,561 
101,614 
145,936 



harvested multipl 



reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



56,649 
54,791 
114,223 
110,946 

440,106 
405,628 

479,109,200 

931 



229,751 
102,088 

4,854,653 



1,901 

1,301 
2,491 
1,715 
4,951 
3,916 
5,847,197 
4,443,462 



4,371 

15,056 

12, 566 

17,868,936 



24,284 

21,276 

29,598,085 



7,375 
7,272 
12,073 
11,840 
41,884 
37,864 
51,123,666 
45,039,621 



harvested for picking i 



multiple units report;-. - . 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

pounds 1954. . 

1949. . 

Horses and mules multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1950.. 
number 1954.. 

1 15 . . 

Landlord-tenant operations containing mul tiple-units: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. . 

1950. . 
..acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Owned by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 1954. . 

1950. . 
Jercent 1954.. 

1950. . 
..acres 1954.. 

1950. . 



Land in all subunits including home farm. 



Proportion of all land in the landlord- 
Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 

Subunits not included in multiple units 

Share tenants 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants. 
Land in subunits not included in multiple units.. 



nt operatic 



aged landlord- 



qperatii 



.operators reporting 1954. 
1950. 

number 1954. 



is of whether owned 



12, 577 
17,286 
27, 130 
40,629 
334,429 
587,121 
271,682,18! 
493,382,93' 

102,481 
125,671 
353,514 



478, 199 

576,820 

47,987,. 

52,680,301 

38,252,444 



42,' 






79.7 

81.1 

9,734,998 

9.93 ,932 



75,013 

. 
51,214 
61,776 
23,799 
45, 774 
3,687,156 
5,574,621 



1,779 
1,677 
2,911 

. 



8,866 

7,506 

131,595 

142,222 

121,114 

131,907 

92.0 

92.7 

10,481 

10,315 



74C 



17,157 
18,329 
381,381 
426,499 
341,773 
371,148 
89.6 
•■'. 
39,608 
55,351 

1,281 
1,534 
1,910 
2,637 
1,293 
1,435 
617 
1,202 



748,497 

552,895 

660, 524 

89.2 



1,550 
2,053 
2,254 
3,298 
1,623 
1,736 
631 
1,562 
84, 107 



1,462 
1,272 
2,226 
7,331 
17,913 
7,642,601 
16,247,494 

11,343 
15,012 
25,140 
40,893 



36,176 

44,690 

1,349,239 

1,713,850 

1,187,751 

,484,; 

88.0 

86.6 

161,488 

229, 593 

2,489 

3,424 

3,528 

5,260 

2,558 

2,857 

970 

2,403 

118,717 

224,461 



SUMMARY 



27 



BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



and explanations, 



219 220 to 259 



Mui 



pie-unit operations number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Proportion of multiple-unit operations uith a home farm percent 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Land in nulti pi e-unit operations total acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

Home farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms ac res 1954 . . 

. 

Cropland harveoled total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 1954.. 

1950. . 

Corn harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 



-r.its reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 



Tobacco harvested multiple units 

subunits 



harvested multiple unit 

subunlt 



Peanuta nurveBted for picking I 



threshing Dultiple units 

subunits 



reporting 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



ullipl.-on 



Land in all subunits Including home farm 

Owned by operator of multiple unit 1 

Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant operation. 
Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 



Subunits not included in multiple units operators 

Share tenants 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants 

Land in subunits not Included in multiple units 



. ..number 1954. 

1950. 
acres 1954. 

1950. 
acres 1954. 

1950. 
..percent 1954. 

1950. 
acres 1954. 

1950. 

reporting 1954., 

1950., 
number 1954., 

1950. 
...number 1954. 

1950. 
. . .number 1954. 

1950. , 
acres 1954., 

1950., 



35,652 

42,336 
14,144 
16,187 
96.9 
94.9 
21,508 
26,149 



1,771,205 

1,959,663 

76.8 



927,224 

1,148,578 

40.2 

42.7 

13,403 
15,860 
24,544 
30,422 
305,557 
370,297 
5,566,592 
8,793,201 

9,279 
11,211 
18,041 
23,613 
227,178 
362,829 
162,168 
208,976 

6,816 

12,894 
13,140 
48,812 
46,134 
60,304,257 
54,382,066 

20 



1,263 
1,612 

70,065 

, 
2,070 
3,038 
17,502 
33,110 
16,663,791 
29,169,431 

11,595 
14,856 
30,569 
49,136 



39,801 

49,033 

2,471,356 

3,005,846 

2,073,745 

2,509,980 

83.9 

83.5 

397,611 

495,866 

2,749 
4,015 
4,149 
6,697 
2,998 



2,863 
165,400 
313,714 



28,960 
34.606 
10,905 
12,526 
97.4 
94.9 
18,055 
22,080 

2,219,540 

2,596,659 

1,744,744 

1,918,419 

78.6 

73.9 

474,796 

678,240 

1,057,464 
38.9 
40.' 

10,254 
12,354 
19,889 
25,153 
273,159 
334,359 

7,876,745 

8,808 
15,159 
19,864 
210,453 
327,001 
148,413 
181,937 

5,143 
5,234 
10,373 
10,144 
40,508 
36,486 
49,731,967 
43,237,830 

34 



2,895 

2,475 

184,324 

113,300 

1,028 
1,6 

1,778 
3,159 

16,441 

39,019 

14,461,411 

32,513,375 

8,886 
11,510 
25,680 
41,635 



32,765 

40, 354 

2,382,558 

2,878,400 



82.9 
417,744 
491,545 

2,348 

3,434 

3,8 

5,748 

2,784 

3,372 



9,574 

23,317 
26,862 
8,270 
9,128 
97.4 
95.3 
15,047 
17,734 

2,026,209 

2,280,505 

1,602,006 

1,712,454 

79.1 

75.1 

424,203 

568,051 

787,918 

911,076 

38.9 

40.0 

7,818 

8,937 

16,145 

19,213 

236,447 

278,498 

4,315,878 

6,457, 

5,844 
6,549 
13,304 
16,007 
198,159 
285,577 
141,628 
160,783 

3,590 
3,748 
7,695 
7,734 
31,118 
28,774 
38,916,977 
34,270,476 



2,627 

1,851 

155,297 

72,425 



1,396 
1,819 
2,732 
19,767 
35,986 
15,745,507 
30,666,024 

6,698 
8,355 
20,615 
32,309 



26, 547 

31,955 

2,169,121 

2,534,875 

1,746,218 

2,070,739 

80.5 

81.7 

422,903 

464, 136 

1,969 

2,750 

3,230 

5,093 

2,341 

2,904 

889 

2,189 

142,912 

254,370 



75,381 

86,844 

23,330 

25,063 

97.6 

95.9 

. 

61,781 

8,513,558 
9,251,584 
6,959,453 
7,148,491 
81.7 
77.3 

3,115,200 

3,441,920 

.1 

37.2 

21,916 
24,249 
50,891 
60 189 
861,835 
970,280 
15,660,920 
22,454,139 

17,183 
18,936 
46,303 
55,946 
788,331 
1,150,258 

660,058 



9,202 
8,906 
22,108 
21,375 
92,233 
85,176 
115,830,169 
101,864,657 



215 



33,752 

15,816 

1,985,000 

816,809 

3,070 
3,932 
6,580 
9,343 
81,148 
138,1 



19,112 
22,846 
69,029 
107,655 



88,146 
105,689 
9,131,021 
10,249,802 
7,190,324 
8,170,724 
78.7 



6,749 
9,112 
12,765 
18,845 
8,986 
11,420 
3,779 
7,425 
617,463 
998,218 



55, 196 
65,669 
12,251 
12,836 
98.2 
96.8 
43,745 
52,833 

8,547,907 
9,076,044 
7,219,559 
7,292,218 
84.5 



3,014,686 

3,100,173 

35.3 

34.2 

11,053 
12,114 
33,711 
42,519 
645,094 
748,477 
11,260,196 
16,420,545 

10,046 
10,672 
41,468 
48,943 
869,914 
1,151,041 
635,167 
695,654 

3,465 
3,345 
11,134 
11,136 
50,436 
47,856 
63,566,956 
55,535,168 

267 



67, 161 

24,414 

3,835,175 

1,110,309 

1,875 

2,454 

5,306 

7,911 

78,045 

134,060 

60,869,822 

113,318,736 

10,156 
11,678 
52,867 
83,044 



68,633 

85,074 

9,197,544 

10,142,339 

7,009,261 

7,948,959 

76.2 

78.4 

2,188,283 

2,193,-" 

4,795 
6,361 
12,637 
19,405 
8,620 
11,669 
4,017 
7,736 
649,637 
, ' .•"''■ 



28 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 8.-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





.**> 














Si 


ze of uni 












(For definitions and explanations, se 


total 


Under 
30 


30 
to 49 


50 
to 69 


70 
to 99 


100 
to 139 


140 
to 179 


180 
to 219 
acres 


220 
to 259 


260 
to 499 


500 
to 999 


1,000 


AVERAGE PER MULTIPLE UNIT 1 




























S bunlts in mul + I le ur tions 




3 1 


2.1 


2.1 


2.2 


2.2 


2.3 


2.4 


2.6 


2.7 


3.2 


4.5 


8.1 




1950... 


3 


2 


2 


1 


2.1 


2 


2 


2.2 


2.3 


2.5 


2 


6 


2.8 


3.3 


5.0 


9.9 


Land in multi 1 unit o erations 


acres 1954... 


335 


„ 


18 


7 


39.7 


58 


9 


83.6 


117.2 


157.9 


198 


2 


238.7 


356.1 


685.0 


2,007.0 




1950... 


319 


5 


19 


9 


39.9 


59 


2 


S4.2 


117. D 


157.3 


196 


8 


238.2 


353.9 


684.5 


2,051.8 


C land harvf 




113 
110 


: 


10 

13 


1 


21.3 
24.6 


28 
33 


5 

1 


37.6 
42.2 


48.9 
53.7 


63.5 
67.3 


77 
80 


1 
1 


92.8 
95.2 


130.3 
131.7 


241.6 
233.8 


524.8 




1949... 


531.8 


C harvested for srain 


acres 1954... 


31 
32 


7 


5 

6 


7 


9.2 

10.1 


11 

13 


9 




15.0 
15.7 


18.7 
19.6 


22.8 

23.3 


26 

27 


6 

1 


30.2 
31.2 


39.3 
40.0 


58.4 
61.8 


103.7 




1949... 


118.8 


Cotton harvested 


acres 1954... 


47 

56 


2 


8 
10 


5 


11.3 
14.6 


12 
17 


8 


15.5 

21.0 


19.2 
25.6 


24.5 
32.4 


29 

37 


2 

1 


33.9 
43.6 


45.9 
60.7 


86.6 
107.9 


188.5 




1949... 


250.9 


Tobacco harvested 


acres 1954... 


7 
7 


- 


3 


6 


4.1 
4.3 


4 


9 
8 


5.7 

5.2 


5.8 


7.2 

6.5 


7 
7 


9 




3.7 

7.7 


10.0 
9.6 


14.6 
14.3 


23.5 




1949... 


25.1 




acres 1954... 


246 

193 


3 


8 


7 

5 


20.6 
16.6 


17 
14 


5 


35.5 
31.7 


40.5 
52.2 


63.2 
57.6 


85 
66 


1 
9 


101.0 
115.7 


157.0 
129.6 


251.5 
208.7 


398 ' 




1949... 


413.9 






26 


6 


3 


2 


4.6 


6 


5 


3.3 


10.5 


14.0 


16 





20.5 


26.4 


41.6 


77.3 




1949... 


34 





4 


7 


6.3 


9 





12.3 


15.8 


19.3 


23 


1 


25.8 


35.1 


54.6 


101.0 






2 
3 


7 



1 


a 

i 


1.3 
1.7 


1 
2 


1 


1.7 
2.3 


1.9 
2.6 


2.1 
2.9 


2 
3 


3 
2 


2.4 
3.4 


2.9 

4.1 


4.2 
6.3 


8.5 




1950... 


12.5 


AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT IN MULTIPLE 


UNITS 1 


























Land in subunits 




100.4 


9 


18 8 


27 3 


37 7 


50 5 


64.7 
63.6 


76 6 


86.9 
84.9 


112.9 

106.5 


152.7 
138.2 


247.3 




1950... 


9 


7 


18 


9 




3 


37 


8 




6 


75 





206.2 






37.0 


5 


1 


10 


1 


13 


2 


16 


9 


21 


1 


26.0 


29 


8 


33.8 


41.3 


53.8 


64.3 




1949... 


34.3 


6 


3 


11 


7 


15 


3 


18 


9 


23 




27.1 


30 


6 


33.9 


39.6 


47.2 


53.5 






14.8 

u.c 


4 


* 


6 


7 


7 


8 




9 

9 


3 
2 


10 
10 


9 


12.4 
12.2 


13 
13 


7 
3 


14.6 
14.5 


16.9 

16.1 


19.1 
17.6 


22.0 




1949... 


1S.3 






17.1 


6 





7 


5 


8 


2 


g 


3 


10 


7 


12.6 


13 


9 


14.9 


17.0 


21.0 


23.9 




1949... 


19.2 










10 


1 


11 




13 


3 


15.4 


16 


5 


17.8 


20.6 


23.5 


25.5 




1954 


3.9 
3.7 


2 




3 


2 
2 


9 
9 


3 
3 


2 

1 


3 
3 


5 
2 


3 
3 


6 


3.8 
3.5 


3 
3 


9 


4.0 
3.7 


4.2 

4.0 


4.5 
4.3 


5 




1949... 


4.8 




res 1954 


195 5 


„ 


„ 


20 


6 


17 




30 
24 




40 
44 




63.2 
43.6 


70 


6 


32 


133.4 

108.3 


199.3 
173.1 


284.9 
239.4 




1949... 


143.6 


8 


5 


13 


5 


14 


4 


2 


4 


51 


6 


' .' 






12.3 


2 


9 


3 


3 


4 


8 


5 


8 


6 


9 


8.5 


9 


2 


10.9 


12.3 


14.7 


18.7 




1949... 


14.5 


3 


7 


4 


7 


6 


3 


3 





9 


6 


10.9 


12 


4 


13.2 


14.8 


16.9 


20.2 






0.9 





4 





6 





7 





8 





g 


0.9 





9 


0.9 


0.9 


9 


1.0 




195C... 


1.2 


o 


5 


o 







9 







1 


1 


1.2 


1 


2 


1.2 


1.2 


1.3 


1.3 


AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 
































8 


18.7 
25.7 


18.0 
24.0 


18.2 
23.9 


17.8 
23.7 


18.1 
23.5 


18.2 
23.7 


18.1 
23.6 


18.3 
23.2 


18.2 
23.1 


17.5 

21.9 


17.0 
20.4 




1949... 


22.6 




b 1 1954 


0.74 
0.60 


0.78 
0.65 


0.76 
0.62 


0.74 
0.53 


0.73 
0.58 


0.72 
0.57 


0.71 
0.58 


0.71 
0.56 


0.71 
0.56 


0.69 
0.57 


0.73 
0.60 


0.79 
0.65 




1949... 




unds 1954 


1,237 
1,181 


1,181 
1,135 


1,187 
1,159 


1,219 
1,188 


1,221 


1,230 
1,183 


1,235 

1,179 


1,223 
1,185 


1,251 
1,191 


1,256 
1,196 


1,260 
1,160 


1,223 
1,160 




1949... 




b h 1 1954 


58.6 
47.6 


76.7 
32.8 


52.2 

37.9 


64.2 
46.3 


56.0 
43.6 


59.0 
43.8 


57.5 
43.5 


63.7 
45.8 


59.1 
39.1 


58.8 
51.6 


57.1 
45.5 


59.3 
48.0 




1949... 






812 


1,100 


1,063 


1,071 


1,043 


945 


952 


880 


797 


321 


780 


745 




1949... 


840 


809 


90 5 


919 


907 


869 


881 


833 


852 


840 


345 


807 



ges for cropland harvested and horses and i 



based on all farms ■ 



its or subunits report 



SUMMARY 



29 



Summary Table 9-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY SIZE OF UNIT, WITH PERCENT OF CROPLAND 
HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Multiple- 










Si 


ze of unit 












unit 
























(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Under 


30 


50 


70 


100 


140 


180 


220 


260 


500 


1,000 




total 


30 


acres 


to 69 


to 99 


to 139 


to 179 


to 219 


to 259 


to 499 


to 999 


or^more 




Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


flercenl 




100.0 
100.0 


2.8 
2.1 


5.5 
5.0 


6.9 

7.0 


11.2 
12.0 


13.9 
14.8 


11.1 
11.6 


8.5 
9.0 


6.4 
6.5 


18.1 
17.7 


9.5 
9.0 


6.2 


1950. . . 


5.3 




100.0 


1.9 


3.8 


4.9 


8.1 


10.5 


8.8 


7.2 


5.8 


18.7 


13.9 


16.4 


1950. . . 


100.0 


1.3 


3.3 


4.7 


8.4 


10.8 


9.0 


7.4 


5.7 


18.5 


14.0 


16.7 




100.0 


2.5 


5.1 


6.7 


11.1 


13.9 


11.2 


8.6 


6.5 


18.4 


9.7 


6.4 


1950... 


100.0 


1.7 


4.6 


6.5 


11.8 


14.9 


11.7 


9.1 


6.6 


18.2 


9.3 


5.6 




100.0 
100.0 


1.6 
1.2 


3.2 
2.8 


4.0 
4.0 


6.7 
7.0 


9.0 
9.1 


7.8 
7.9 


6.5 
6.7 


5.4 
5.4 


18.8 
18.7 


15.8 
16.0 


21.0 


1950. . . 


21.4 




100.0 
100.0 


0.2 
0.1 


0.6 
0.6 


1.2 
1.3 


2.8 
3.2 


4.8 
5.5 


5.2 

5.7 


5.0 
5.5 


4.6 
4.8 


19.2 
19.6 


19.3 
19.3 


37.1 


1950... 


34.4 




100.0 


0.1 


0.5 


1.0 


2.4 


4.3 


4.8 


4.7 


4.3 


18.7 


19.4 


39.9 


1950... 


100.0 


0.1 


0.4 


1.0 


2.6 


4.8 


5.2 


5.1 


4.6 


19.1 


19.5 


37.5 




100.0 


0.4 


1.6 


2.5 


4.9 


7.6 


7.5 


6.7 


6.0 


21.8 


18.7 


22.4 


1950... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.4 


2.5 


5.2 


8.0 


7.5 


7.0 


5.8 


21.5 


18.3 


22.5 




100.0 


0.3 


1.0 


1.7 


3.7 


6.0 


6.2 


5.8 


5.3 


20.9 


20.2 


28.8 


1949... 


100.0 


0.2 


1.1 


2.1 


4.6 


7.2 


7.0 


6.5 


5.6 


21.1 


19.0 


25.7 




100.0 


2.1 


5.1 


6.8 


11.3 


14.2 


11.4 


8.7 


6.6 


18.6 


9.4 


6.1 


1949... 


100.0 


1.5 


4.6 


6.8 


12.0 


15.1 


11.8 


9.2 


6.6 


18.0 


9.0 


5.3 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


100. 


1.2 


3.3 


4.8 


8.5 


11.3 


9.7 


7.9 


6.4 


20.1 


13.3 


13.4 




100.0 




3.0 


4.7 


8.8 


11.6 


9.7 


8.0 


6.1 


19.1 


13.5 


14.7 


acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.4 


1.5 


2.5 


5.3 


8.4 


8.2 


7.3 


6.3 


23.0 


17.3 


19.8 


1949... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.4 


2.7 


5.8 


9.0 


8.4 


7.6 


6.3 


22.0 


17.0 


19.4 


bushels 1954... 


100.0 


0.4 


1.5 


2.6 


5.4 


8.5 


8.4 


7.4 


6.5 


23.5 


16.9 


19.0 


1949... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.5 


2.9 


6.0 


9.4 


8.8 


7.9 


6.5 


22.6 


16.5 


17.5 




100.0 


1.7 


4.6 


5.9 


10.2 


12.7 


10.6 


8.3 


6.7 


19.7 


11.5 


8.2 


1949... 


100.0 


1.4 


4.7 


6.6 


11.7 


14.1 


11.0 


8.6 




18.5 


10.4 


6.6 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


100.0 


0.8 


2.5 


3.3 


6.2 


8.2 


7.5 


6.3 


5.5 


19.1 


17.1 


23.5 


1949... 


100.0 


0.7 


2.7 


3.9 


7.3 


9.2 


7.8 


6.6 


5.3 


18.5 


16.2 


22.0 


acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.1 


1.6 


3.4 


5.2 


5.5 


5.1 


4.8 


19.1 


21.1 


32.9 


1949... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.2 


2.1 


4.3 


6.4 


6.3 


5.6 


4.9 


19.8 


19.9 


29.3 


bales 1954... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.1 


1.6 


3.3 


5.0 


5.3 


4.9 


4.6 


17.9 


20.8 


35.1 




100.0 


0.3 


1.2 


2.0 


4.2 


6.0 


6.0 


5.2 


4.6 


18.9 


20.0 


31.6 




100.0 


3.4 


6.5 


8.7 


13.0 


16.3 


12.0 


9.1 


6.3 


16.2 


6.1 


2.4 


1949... 


100.0 


2.4 




8.1 


13.3 


16.8 


13.0 


9.6 


6.8 


16.3 


6.1 


2.4 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


100.0 


2.2 


4.6 


6.6 


10.6 


14.2 


11.3 


9.1 


6.7 


19.4 


9.7 


5.7 


1949... 


100.0 


1.5 


3.9 


6.2 


10.7 


14.2 


11.8 


9.1 


7.0 


19.3 


10.0 


6.2 


acres 1954... 


100.0 


1.1 


3.4 


5.5 


9.5 


13.4 


11.1 


9.2 


7.1 


21.0 


11.5 


7.3 


1949... 


100.0 


1.0 


3.1 


5.2 


9.3 


13.1 


11.4 


9.0 


7.1 


21.0 


11.8 


8.0 


pounds 1V54. . . 


100.0 


1.1 


3.3 


5.4 


9.4 


13.3 


11.1 


9.1 


7.2 


21.3 


11.7 


7.2 


1949... 


100.0 


0.9 


3.0 


5.3 


9.4 


13.1 


11.4 


9.0 


7.2 


21.3 


11.6 


7.9 




100.0 


0.3 


1.3 


1.1 


1.8 


2.8 


2.1 


3.7 


2'. 8 


23.1 


28.7 


32.3 


1949... 


100.0 


0.4 


2.5 


2.3 


5.5 




5.3 


7.0 


3.0 


23.1 


22.2 


24.4 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.0 


0.9 


1.7 


2.2 


1.7 


3.5 


2.7 


21.5 


28.7 


35.8 


1949... 


100.0 


0.3 


2.3 


1.7 


5.3 


3.8 


5.2 


6.8 


3.0 


20.5 


19.8 


31.4 


acres 1954... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.1 


0.1 


0.3 


0.5 


0.5 


1.3 


1.1 


14.7 


29.2 


52.2 


1949... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.2 


0.2 


0.9 


1.2 


1.6 


2.4 


1.8 


15.5 


23.9 


52.3 


bushels 1954... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.1 


0.1 


0.3 


0.5 


0.5 


1.4 


1.2 


14.7 


28.5 


52.8 


1949... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.2 


0.2 


0.8 


1.1 


1.4 


2.3 


1.5 


L6.8 


22.9 


52.8 


Peaaata harvested for picking or 




























100.0 


0.7 


2.5 


3.9 


7.0 


11.1 


9.9 


8.2 


7.6 


24.4 


14.9 


9.7 


1949... 


100.0 


0.3 


1.7 


4.0 


8.5 


12.4 


10.0 


9.8 


8.1 


22.7 


14.2 


8.4 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


100.0 


0.4 


1.4 


2.4 


4.7 


7.8 


7.6 


6.6 


6.7 


24.3 


19.6 


18.6 


1949... 


100.0 


0.2 


1.0 


2.4 


5.5 


8.7 


7.5 


7.8 


6.7 


23.0 


19.5 


17.8 


acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.1 


0.4 


0.9 


2.2 


4.4 


5.2 


4.9 


5.9 


24.3 


23.3 


28.3 


1949... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.3 


1.1 


3.1 


5.8 


5.6 


6.6 


6.1 


23.5 


22.8 


25.0 


pounds 1954... 


100.0 


0.1 


0.6 


1.3 


2.8 


5.1 


6.1 


5.3 


. 


24.5 


22.4 


26.0 


1949... 


100.0 


(Z) 


0.3 


1.2 


3.3 


6.0 


5.9 


6.6 


6.2 


23.5 


23.0 


24.0 




100.0 


1.7 


4.7 


6.5 


11.1 


14.1 


11.3 


8.7 


6.5 


18.6 


9.9 


6.8 


1950... 


100.0 


1.3 




6.6 


11.9 


15.1 


11.8 


9.2 


6.6 


18.2 


9.3 


5.5 


number 1954. .. 


100.0 


0.8 


2.6 


3.9 


7.1 


9.8 


8.6 


7.3 


5.8 


19.5 


15.0 


19.6 


1950... 


100.0 


0.6 


2.3 


3.9 


7.5 


10.3 


9.0 


7.6 


5.9 


19.7 


15.2 


18.1 


Laadlord-teaaat operation* eoataiaiag aaltiple aajilai 




























100.0 


1.9 


3.6 


4.6 


7.6 


9.9 


8.3 


6.9 


5.6 


18.4 


14.4 


19.1 


1950... 


100.0 


1.3 


3.2 




7.7 


10.0 


8.5 


7.0 


5.5 


18.3 


14.7 


19.2 




100.0 


0.3 


0.8 


1.3 


2.8 


4.9 


5.2 


5.0 


4.5 


19.0 


19.2 


37.1 


1950... 


100.0 


0.3 


0.8 


1.4 


3.3 


5.5 


5.7 


5.5 


4.8 


19.5 


19.3 


34.0 




100.0 


0.3 


0.9 


1.4 


3.1 


5.2 


5.4 


5.1 


4.6 


18.8 


18.3 


36.8 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.3 


0.9 


1.5 


3.5 


5.9 


5.9 


5.6 


4.8 


19.1 


18.6 


33.9 




100.0 


0.1 


0.4 


0.7 


1.7 


3.3 


4.1 


4.3 


4.3 


19.9 


22.5 


38.7 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.1 


0.6 


0.9 


2.3 


4.1 


5.0 


4.9 


4.7 


20.9 


22.1 


34.4 


Subunlts not Included in multiple 




























100.0 


2.3 


4.0 


4.8 


7.7 


9.8 


8.5 


7.3 


6.1 


20.9 


14.8 


13.9 


1950. . . 


100.0 


1.8 


3.6 


4.8 


8.0 


10.4 


9.3 


8.0 


6.4 


21.2 


14.8 


11.7 


number 1954. .. 


100.0 


1.5 


2.5 


3.0 


4.7 


6.3 


5.5 


5.1 


4.3 


17.0 


16.8 


33.1 


1950... 


100.0 


1.2 


2.5 


3.1 


4.9 


6.6 


6.2 


5.3 


4.7 


17.5 


18.0 


29.9 




100.0 


1.4 


2.5 


3.2 


5.0 


6.7 


5.9 


5.4 


4.6 


17.5 


16.8 


31.0 


1950... 


100.0 


1.1 


2.3 


2.8 


4.6 


6.2 


6.2 


5.5 


4.7 


18.5 


18.9 


29.3 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 




























100.0 
100.0 


1.8 
1.3 


2.6 

2.6 


2.7 
3.4 


4.1 
5.2 


5.5 
7.3 


4.8 
6.3 


4.3 
5.2 


3.7 
4.8 


15.9 
16.2 


16.9 
16.9 


37.8 


1950. . . 


30.8 


Land in Bubunlts not Included in multiple 


























units acres 1954. .. 


100.0 
100.0 


1.7 
1.5 


2.6 
2.3 


2.3 
2.5 


3.2 

4.0 


5.0 
6.1 


4.5 
5.6 


5.1 


3.9 


16.7 
17.9 


17.6 
19.1 


38.0 


1950... 


31.3 


Pereeat of rroplaad barrelled repreaeated by apeeified eropat 




























100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1949... 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 




25.1 


35.1 


36.1 


36.6 


36.1 


34.9 


33.0 


31.6 


30.0 


27.7 


21.4 


17.3 


1949... 


26.9 


33.1 


34.2 


34.9 


34.1 


33.9 


32.2 


31.6 


30.6 


28.2 


24.1 


20.3 




27.7 
35.5 


30.9 
37.3 


29.5 
38.4 


25.5 
35.0 


25.1 
33.7 


23.8 
31.4 


24.5 
31.6 


24.4 
30.9 


25.1 
31.3 


25.3 
33.4 


28.9 
37.1 


31.6 


1949... 


40.5 




3.0 
2.5 


12.5 
9.8 


9.8 
6.9 


9.4 
6.2 


7.6 
5.1 


6.6 
4.5 


5.3 

4.0 


4.7 
3.5 


3.9 
3.2 


3.0 
2.5 


1.7 

1.5 


0.7 


1949... 


0.8 




1.5 

0.6 


0.1 
(Z) 


0.2 
0.1 


0.1 
0.1 


0.1 
0.1 


0.1 
0.1 


0.1 
0.1 


0.3 
0.2 


0.3 

0.2 


1.1 
0.5 


2.2 

0.8 


2.8 


1949... 


1.3 




2.2 


0.7 


0.9 


1.2 


1.3 


1.6 


1.9 


1.9 


2.5 


2.6 


2.6 


2.2 


1949... 


3.6 


0.7 


1.0 


1.8 


2.4 


2.9 


2.9 


3.7 


3.9 


4.0 


4.3 


3.5 



Z Lesa than 0.05. 



30 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 10.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY COLOR 







All operators, multiple- 




Color and tenure of operator 












Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 










Full owners 






Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


1 




131,877 


122,816 


9,061 


86,125 


81,153 


4,972 


2 


1950... 


147,441 


137,205 


10,236 


101,552 


96,118 


5,434 


3 




403,186 


379,913 


23,273 


237,272 


225,284 


11,988 




1950... 


469,270 


442,726 


26,544 


290,417 


277, 179 


13,238 


5 




126,741 


117,806 


8,935 


81,267 


76,414 


4,853 


6 


1950. . . 


138,034 


127,990 


10,044 


92,792 


87,530 


5,262 


7 


Proportion of multiple-unit operations with a home farm percent 1954... 


96.1 


95.9 


98.6 


94.4 


94.2 


97.6 


8 


1950... 


93.6 


93.3 


98.1 


91.4 


91.1 


96.8 


9 




276,445 


262,107 


14,338 


156,005 


148,870 


7,135 


10 


1950... 


331,236 


314,736 


16, 500 


197,625 


189,649 


7,976 


11 




44,300,286 


42,893,000 


1,407,286 


23,407,076 


22,745,390 


661,686 


12 


1950. . . 


47,105,680 


45,505,536 


1,600,144 


27,515,429 


26,734,051 


781,378 


13 




37,181,363 


36,031,253 


1,150,110 


19,113,493 


18,583,561 


529,932 


14 


1950... 


37,342,508 


36,086,153 


1,256,355 


21,252,300 


20,651,190 


601, 110 


15 




83.9 


84.0 


81.7 


81.7 


81.7 


80.1 


11 


1950... 


79.3 


79.3 


78.5 


77.2 


77.2 


76.9 


17 






6,861,747 










18 


1950... 


9,763,172 


9,419,383 


343,789 


6,263,129 


6,082,861 


180, 268 


19 




14,903,239 


14,363,807 


539,432 


6,784,257 


6,568,987 


215,270 


2C 


1949... 


16,337,633 


15,705,071 


632,562 


8,618,245 


8,331,394 


286,851 


21 




. .6 


33.5 


38.3 


29.0 


28 .9 


32.5 


22 


1950... 


34.7 


34.5 


39.5 


31.3 


31.2 


36.7 


23 


Cora harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954 


118,009 


109 691 


8 318 


76 853 


72 320 


4 533 


24 


1949... 


134,536 


125,114 


9,422 


92,906 


87,851 


5,055 


25 


subunits reporting 1954. .. 


. 


236,402 


16,232 


151,693 


143,340 


8,353 


26 


1949. . . 


315,088 


295,949 


19,139 


200,519 


190,643 


9,876 


27 


acres 1954 . . . 


3,739,539 


3,573,040 


166,499 


2,019,949 


1,943,949 


76,000 


28 


1949... 


4,400,828 


4,200,326 


200,502 


2,657,140 


2,559,428 


97,712 


29 


bushels 1954... 


66,545,737 


64,520,188 


2,025,549 


37,332,659 


36,369,388 


963,271 


30 


1949... 




96,189,843 


3,241,436 


61,236,725 


59,613,685 


.- . . ■ 


31 


Cotton harvested multiple uni- - re orti * 1954 


... 


79 572 




50 793 


, 




32 


1949... 


102,289 


93,289 


9,000 


64'841 


60,277 


4,564 


33 


subunits reporting 1954 


241,954 


. 


17,832 


116,133 


107,988 


8,145 


34 


1949... 


302,561 


281,461 


21,100 


163,056 


153,445 


9,611 


35 


acres 1954... 


4,127,689 


3,929,972 


197,717 


1,535,017 


1,467,255 


67,762 


36 


1949... 


5,797,934 


5,507,623 


290,311 


2,519,507 


2,413,444 


106,063 


37 


bales 1954... 


3,055,985 


2,916,609 


139,376 


1,111,763 


1,065,212 


46,551 


38 


1949... 


3,486,581 


3,344,351 


142,230 


1,429,238 


1,381,618 


47,620 


39 


Tobacco harvested multi le units re orting 1954 




54 177 


2 472 




40,993 
41,682 


1,629 

1,472 


40 


1949... 


. 


52^568 


2^223 


43,154 


41 


subunits reporting 1954... 


114,223 


109,566 


4,657 


80,819 


77,941 


2,878 


42 


1949... 


110,946 


106,743 


4,203 


83,785 


81,100 


2,685 


43 


aeres 1954... 


440,106 


424,410 


. 


298,491 


289,454 


9,037 




1949... 


405,628 


392,593 


13,035 


299,299 


291,264 


8,035 


45 


pounds 1954 . . . 


544,253,018 


528,579,333 


15,673,685 


373,379,528 


364,338,950 


9,040,578 


46 


1949... 


479,109,200 


466,110,818 


12,998,382 


354,830,058 


346,889,359 


7,940,699 


47 




931 


921 


10 


293 


291 


2 


48 


1949... 


528 


521 


7 


257 


256 


1 


49 


subunits reporting 1954... 


1,175 


1,165 


10 


356 


354 


2 


50 


1949... 


711 


701 


10 


335 


134 


1 


51 


acres 1954... 


229,751 


228,754 


197 


54,004 


53,884 


120 


52 


1949... 


102,088 


101,436 


652 


37,169 


37,161 


8 


53 


bushels 1954... 


13,465,980 


. 


40,990 


3,163,810 


3,155,810 


8,000 


5- 


1949... 


4,854,653 


. 


35,253 


1,861,215 


1,860,815 


400 


55 




12, 577 


11,561 


1,016 


7,812 


7,260 


552 


56 


1949... 


17,286 


15,878 


1,408 


11,629 


10,808 


821 


57 


subun'ts reporting 1954... 


27,130 


. 


1,795 


15,559 


14,662 


897 


58 


1949... 


40,629 


38,014 


2,615 


25,523 


24,048 


1,475 


59 


acres 1954... 


334,429 


320,245 


14,184 


163,498 


157,945 


5,553 


60 


1949... 


587,121 


560,905 


26,216 


335,536 


322,879 


12,657 


61 


pounds 1954... 


,1 . 


260,461,886 


11,220,302 


138,096,876 


133,545,574 


4,551,302 


62 


1949... 


493,382,939 


473,036,755 


20,346,184 


- . '- .' . 


271,146,830 


9,545,852 


63 




102,481 


94,580 


7,901 


67,704 


63,323 


4,381 


64 


1950... 


125,671 


116,352 


9,319 


86,877 


81,915 


4,962 


65 


number 1954... 


353,514 


329,443 


24,071 


211,013 


198,741 


12,272 


66 


1950... 
Landlord- tenant operations containing aultiplc onits: 


546,848 


511,203 


35,645 


343,454 


326,006 


17,443 


67 




478, 199 


451,587 


26,612 


282,700 


268,672 


14,028 


. 8 


1950... 


576,820 


545,305 


31,515 


358,034 


342, 153 


15,881 


69 




47,987,442 


46,486,855 


1,500,587 


.:, ' . 


24,886,793 


719,239 


70 


1950... 


52,680,301 


50,917,156 


1,763,145 


30,958,562 


30,089,169 


869,393 


71 




38,252,444 


37,192,161 


1,060,283 


25,606,032 


24,886,793 


719,239 


72 


1950... 


42,749,369 


,1,5-7,548 


1,201,821 


30,958,562 


30,089,169 


869,393 


73 


Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant operation. .percent 1954... 


79.7 


-' . 


70.1 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


74 


1950... 


81.1 


81.6 


68.2 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


75 




9,734,998 


'-■ .' '■■ 


440,304 








76 


1950. . . 


9,930,932 


. ■ •.< 


561,324 








77 




32,322 
42,946 


30,384 
40,381 


1,938 
2,565 








78 


1950... 


29,819 


28,312 


1,507 


79 


number 1954 . . . 


75,013 


71,674 


3,339 


45,428 


43,388 


2,040 


80 


1950... 


107,550 


102,579 


4,971 


67,617 


64,974 


2,643 


81 




51,214 


49,206 


2,008 


31,432 


30,206 


1,226 


32 


1950... 


61,776 


59,215 


2,561 


38,346 


37,043 


1,303 


83 




23,799 


22,468 


1,331 


13,996 


13,182 


814 


84 


1950... 


45,774 


43,364 


2,410 


29,271 


27,931 


1,340 


85 




3,687,156 


3,593,855 


93,301 


2,198,956 


2,141,403 


57,553 


86 


1950... 


5,574,621 


5,411,620 


163,001 


3,443,133 


3,355,118 


88,015 



AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: 



SUMMARY 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



31 









Color and 


enure of operator — Continued 












Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Nor.uhlte 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 




33,422 


30,937 


2,485 


1,433 


1,412 


2 


1 10,897 


9,314 


1,583 


1 


29,852 


27,585 


2,267 


1,928 


1,899 


2 


J 14,109 


11,603 


2,506 


2 


116,802 


109,755 


7,047 


14,433 


14,294 


13 


J 34,679 


30,580 


4,099 


3 


111,631 


104,890 


6,741 


22,436 


22,279 


15 


? 44,786 


38,378 


6,406 




33,288 


3C,806 


2,482 


1,407 


1,386 


2 


10,779 


9,200 


1,579 


5 


29,458 


27,202 


2,256 


1,827 


1,799 


2 


3 13,957 


11,459 


2,498 


6 


99.6 


99.6 


99.9 


98.2 


98.2 


100. 


98.9 


98.8 


99.7 


7 


98.7 


98.6 


99.5 


94.8 


94.7 


96. 


a 98.9 


98.8 


99.7 


8 


83,514 


78,949 


4,565 


13,026 


12,908 


11 


5 23,900 


21,380 


2,520 


9 


82,173 


77,688 


4,485 


20,609 


20,480 


12 


) 30,829 


26,919 


3,910 


It. 


15,236,373 


14,719,162 


517,211 


2,478,211 


2,457,625 


20,58 


> 3,178,626 


2,970,823 


207,603 


U 


13,179,587 


12,678,675 


500,912 


2,748,884 


2,737,660 


11,22 


3,661,780 


3,355,150 


306,630 


12 


13,135,603 


12,705,771 


429,832 


2,211,636 


2,193,186 


18,45 


) 2,720,631 


2,548,735 


171,896 


11 


10,832,987 


10,428,131 


404,856 


2,265,219 


2,256,418 


8,80 


L 2,992,002 


2,750,414 


241,566 


1A 


86.2 


86.3 


83.1 


89.2 


89.2 


89. 


> 85.6 


85.8 


82.7 


15 


82.2 


82.2 


80.8 


82.4 


82.4 


78. 


81.7 


82.0 


76.8 


16 


2,100,770 


2,013,391 


87,379 


266,575 


264,439 


2,13 


> 457,995 


422,088 


35,907 


17 


2,346,600 


2,250,544 


96,056 


483,665 


481,242 


2,42 


S 669,778 


604,736 


65,042 


18 


5,643,293 


5,427,499 


215,794 


798,167 


792,395 


5,77 


2 1,677,522 


1,574,926 


102,596 


19 


4,873,892 


4,664,341 


209,551 


1,001,156 


996,678 


4,47 


1,844,340 


1,712,658 


131,682 


20 


37.0 


36.9 


41.7 


32.2 


32.2 


28. 


52.8 


53.0 


49.4 


21 


37.0 


36.8 


41.8 


36.4 


36.4 


39. 


) 50.4 


51.0 


42.9 


22 


30,419 


28,085 


2,334 


1,263 


1,244 


1 


> 9,474 


8,042 


1,432 


23 


27,482 


25,359 


2,123 


1,740 


1,714 


2 


> 12,408 


10,190 


2,216 


24 


73,953 


68,888 


5,065 


6,923 


6,819 


10. 


20,065 


17,355 


2,710 


25 


74,174 


69,342 


4,832 


13,023 


12,916 


10 


? 27,372 


23,048 


4,324 


26 


1,268,303 


1,207,975 


60,328 


127,768 


126,164 


1,60. 


323,519 


294,952 


28,567 


27 


. 




58,389 


161,577 


180,608 


96 


> 400,549 


357,117 


43,432 


26 


21,210,713 


20,497,402 


713,311 


. 


2,443,266 


30,47 


5,528,625 


5,210,132 


318,493 


29 


25,501,930 


24,557,838 


944,092 


3,999,843 


3,973,163 


26,68 


8,692,781 


8,045,157 


647,624 


30 


26,324 


24,088 


2,236 


1,216 


1,196 


2 


9,077 


7,598 


1,479 


31 


23,726 


21,680 


2,046 


1,698 


1,671 


2- 


12,024 


9,661 


2,363 


32 


85,495 


79,602 


5,893 


12,591 


12,470 


12 


27,735 


24,062 


3,673 


S3 


83,006 


77,372 


5,634 


20,140 


20,010 


13 


36,359 


30,634 


5,725 


34 


1,705,903 


1,626,624 


79,279 


270,226 


268,500 


1,72 


616,543 


567,593 


46,950 


35 


1,888,335 


1,795,721 


92,614 


476,810 


474,459 


2,35 


913,282 


823,999 


89,283 


36 


1,219,690 


1, 166, 103 


53,587 


237,402 


235,950 


1,45 


487,130 


449,344 


37,786 


J? 


1,134,010 


1,088,621 


45,389 


335,829 


334,427 


1,40 


587,504 


539,685 


47,819 


38 


10,927 


10,280 


6,7 


363 


359 




2,737 


2,545 


192 


•' 


8,486 


7,956 


530 


410 


408 




2,741 


2,522 


219 


40 


25,634 


24,292 


1,342 


1,503 


1,491 


1 


6,267 


5,842 


425 


-1 


19,431 


18,365 


1,066 


1,918 


1,909 




5,812 


5,369 


443 


...' 


104,763 


99,964 


4,799 


7,716 


7,622 


9" 


29,136 


27,370 


1,766 


43 


74,533 


71,1% 


3,337 


8,841 


8,808 


3 


22,955 


21,325 


1,630 


..4 


125,940,233 


121,219,587 


4,720,646 


10,088,384 


9,958,492 


129,89 


34,844,873 


33,062,304 


1,762,569 


,1 


86,618,160 


83,271,093 


3,347,067 


10,577,289 


10,543,209 


34,0« 


27,083,693 


25,407,157 


1,676,536 


46 


457 


450 


7 


50 


50 




131 


130 


1 


47 


201 


196 


5 


l: 


15 






55 


54 


1 


48 


606 


599 


7 


59 


59 






154 


153 


1 


49 


276 


2«8 


8 


22 


22 






78 


77 


1 


50 


124,755 


123,928 


827 


18,856 


18,856 






32,136 


32,086 


50 


51 


46,275 


45,648 


627 


7,868 


7,868 






10,776 


10,759 


17 


52 


7,258,601 


7,227,411 


31,190 


1,119,730 


, 






1,923,839 


1,922,039 


1,800 


53 


2,109,564 


2,075,561 


34,003 


378, 142 


378,142 






505,732 


504,882 


850 


54 


3,785 


3,425 


360 


165 


162 




815 


714 


101 


55 


4,126 


3,767 


359 


238 


238 




1,293 


1,065 


228 


56 


8,986 


8,303 


683 


805 


783 


L 


1,780 


1,587 


193 


57 


10,895 


10,168 


727 


1,404 


1,404 




2,807 


2,394 


413 


58 


138,104 


131,572 


6,532 


9,334 


9,043 


29 


23,493 


21,685 


1,808 


59 


186,692 


178,063 


8,629 


21,687 


21,687 




43,206 


38,276 


4,930 


60 


104,684,830 


99,347,437 


5,337,393 


8,656,194 


8,505,094 


151,101 


20,244,288 


19,063,781 


1,180,507 


61 


157,986,778 


151,467,494 


6,519,284 


17,387,267 


17,387,267 




37,316,212 


33,035,164 


4,281,048 


62 


26, 501 


24,301 


2,200 


1,217 


1,199 


If 


7,059 


5,757 


1,302 


63 


25,806 


23,747 


2,059 


1,653 


1,631 


2. 


11,335 


9,059 


2,276 


64 


105,856 


98,518 


7,338 


13,740 


13,596 


14.J 


22,905 


18,588 


4,317 


65 


133,671 


124,548 


9,123 


23,720 


23,591 


12< 


46,003 


37,058 


8,945 


66 


138,394 


130,308 


8,086 


19,699 


19,527 


17. 


37,406 


33,080 


4,326 


67 


138,725 


130,298 


8,427 


30,251 


29,959 


29. 


49,810 


42,895 


6,915 


68 


16,380,461 


15,833,368 


547,093 


2,720,975 


2,699,735 


21,24c 


3,279,974 


. ..,<■■• 


213,015 


69 


14,661,416 


14,102,218 


559, 198 


3,182,071 


3,167,241 


14,83C 


3,878,252 


3,558,528 


319,724 


70 


10,442,649 


10,116,458 


326, 191 


2,203,763 


. 


14,85: 


... 






71 


9,206,900 


8,886,369 


320,531 


2,583,907 


2,572,010 


11, Mr 








72 


63.8 


63.9 


59.6 


81.0 


81.1 


69. « 








73 


62.8 


63.0 


57.3 


81.2 


81.2 


S0.< 








74 


5,937,812 


5,716,910 


220,902 


517,212 


510,825 


6,38 r 


3,279,974 


3,066,959 


213,015 


75 


5,454,516 


5,215,849 


238,667 


598, 164 


595,231 


2,93: 


3,878,252 


3,558,528 


319,724 


76 


8,483 


7,883 


600 


697 


686 


1 


1,346 


1,192 


154 


77 


9,763 


9,032 


731 


1,048 


1,030 


If 


2,316 


2,007 


309 


76 


21,592 


20,553 


1,039 


5,266 


5,233 


3. 


2,727 


2,500 


227 


79 


27,094 


25,408 


1,686 


7,815 


7,680 


13: 


5,024 


4,517 


507 


30 


14,588 


13,944 


644 


3,357 


3,344 


13 


1,837 


1,712 


125 


81 


15,885 


14,969 


916 


4,611 


4,546 


6: 


2,934 


2,657 


277 


32 


7,004 


6,609 


395 


1,909 


1,889 


2C 


890 


786 


102 


33 


11,209 


10,439 


770 


3,204 


3,134 


7C 


2,090 


1,860 


230 


84 


1,144,088 


1,114,206 


29,882 


242,764 


242, 110 


654 


101,348 


96, 136 


5,212 


!5 


1,481,829 


1,423,543 


58,286 


433,187 


429,581 


3,60f 


216,472 


203,378 


13,094 


86 



32 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table ll.-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Color and tenure of operator 




All operators, multiple-unit area 


Full owners 




Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 




AVERAGE PER MULTIPLE UNIT 1 
















1 


S bunits in multiple unit operations 
















2 




1950... 


3.2 


3.2 


2.6 


2.9 


2.9 


2.4 


1 


Land in multiple unit operations 
















4 




1950... 


319.5 


331.7 


156.3 


270.9 


278.1 


143.8 








113.0 


117.0 


59.5 


78.8 


80.9 




6 




1949... 


110.8 


114.5 


61.8 


84.9 


86.7 


52.8 








31.7 


32.6 


20.0 


26.3 


26.9 




S 




1949... 


32.7 


33.6 


21.3 


28.6 


29.1 


19.3 








47.2 


49.4 


25.2 


30.2 


31.4 




10 




1949... 


56.7 


59.0 


32.3 


38.9 


40.0 


23.2 




Tobacco harvested 




7.8 
7.4 


7.8 
7.5 


6.3 
5.9 


7.0 
6.9 


7.1 

7.0 


5.5 
5.5 


12 




1949... 




Rice harvested 




246.8 
193.3 


248.4 

194.7 


99.7 
93.1 


184.3 
144.6 


185.2 
145.2 


60.0 
8.0 


14 




1949... 


15 




acres 1954... 


26.6 


27.7 


14.0 


20.9 


21.8 


10.1 


16 




1949... 


34.0 


35.3 


18.6 


28. I 


29.9 


15.4 


17 




number 1954... 


2.7 


2.7 


2.7 


2.5 


2.4 


2.5 


18 


AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT IN MULTIPLE UNITS 1 


1950... 


3.7 


3.7 


3.5 


3.4 


3.4 


3.2 




Land in subunits 




109.9 
100.4 


112.9 
102.8 


60.5 
60.3 


98.7 
94.7' 


101.0 
96.5 


55.2 
59.0 


20 




1950... 


?1 


















22 




1949... 


34.8 


35.5 


23.8 


29.7 


30.1 


21.7 


?3 


















24 




1949... 


14.0 


14.2 


10.5 


13.3 


13.4 


9.9 








17.1 
19.2 


17.5 
19.6 


11.1 
13.8 


13.2 
15.5 


13.6 

15.7 


8.3 
11.0 


26 




1949... 








3.9 
3.7 


3.9 
3.7 


3.4 
3.1 


3.7 
3.6 


3.7 
3.6 


3.1 

3.0 


28 




1949... 






1954 


195.5 
143.6 


196.4 
144.7 


99.7 
65.2 


151.7 
111.0 


152.2 
111.3 


60.0 
8.0 


30 




1949... 


31 






12.3 


12.6 


7.9 


10.5 


10.8 


6.2 


32 




1949... 


14.5 


14.8 


10.0 


13.1 


13.4 


8.6 






number 1954 


0.9 
1.2 


0.9 
1.2 


1.0 

1.3 


0.9 
1.2 


0.9 
1.2 


1.0 
1.3 


34 




1950... 




AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 
















35 


















36 




1949... 


22.6 


22.9 


16.2 


23.0 


23.3 


16.6 


37 


















38 




1949... 


0.60 


0.61 


0.49 


0.57 


0.57 


0.45 






unds .-., 


1,237 

1,181 


1 245 


999 


1 251 


, 


1 000 


40 




1949... 


1,187 


997 


1,186 


1,191 


988 








58.6 
47.6 


58.7 
47.5 


41.1 

54.1 


58.6 
50.1 


58.6 
50.1 


66.7 
50.0 


42 




1949. . . 


43 






812 


813 


791 


845 


846 


820 


44 




1949. . . 


840 


843 


776 


837 


840 


754 



Averages for cropland harvested and horses and mules based on all farms or units; all other averages based on unit. 



subunits reporting the item. 



SUMMARY 

BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



33 









Color and 


tenure of operator — Continued 










Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhite 




3.5 


3.5 


2.8 


10.1 


10.1 


6.6 


3.2 


3.3 


2.6 


: 


3.7 


3.8 


3.0 


11.6 


11.7 


5.4 


3.2 


3.3 


2.6 


2 


455.9 


475.8 


208.1 


1,729.4 


1,740.5 


980.3 


291.7 


319.0 


131.3 


3 


441.5 


459.6 


221.0 


1,425.8 


1,441.6 


387.0 


259.5 


289.2 


122.4 


4 


168.8 


175.4 


86.8 


557.0 


561.2 


274.9 


153.9 


169.1 


64.8 


5 


163.3 


169.1 


92.4 


519.3 


524.8 


154.4 


130.7 


147.6 


52.5 


6 


41.7 


43.0 


25.8 


101.2 


101.4 


84.4 


34.1 


36.7 


19.9 


7 


42.3 


43.5 


27.5 


104.4 


105.4 


37.3 


32.3 


35.0 


19.6 


8 


64.8 


67.5 


35.5 


222.2 


224.5 


86.3 


67.9 


74.7 


33.1 


9 


79.6 


82.8 


45.3 


280.8 


283.9 


87.1 


76.0 


85.3 


37.8 


10 


9.6 


9.7 


7.4 


21.3 


21.2 


23.5 


10.6 


10.8 


9.2 


11 


8.8 


8.9 


6.3 


21.6 


21.6 


16.5 


8.4 


8.5 


7.4 


i. 1 


273.0 


275.4 


118.1 


377.1 


377.1 




245.3 


246.8 


50.0 


1 < 


230.2 


232.9 


125.4 


524.5 


524.5 




195.9 


199.2 


17.0 


14 


36.5 


38.4 


18.1 


56.6 


55.8 


97.0 


28.8 


30.4 


17.9 


15 


45.2 


47.3 


24.0 


91.1 


91.1 




33.4 


35.9 


21.6 


16 


3.2 


3.2 


3.0 


9.6 


9.6 


6.9 


2.1 


2.0 


2.7 


17 


4.5 


4.5 


4.0 


L2.3 


12.4 


4.4 


3.3 


3.2 


3.6 


18 


130.4 


134.1 


73.4 


171.7 


171.9 


148.1 


91.7 


97.1 


50.7 


19 


118.1 


120.9 


74.3 


122.5 


122.9 


71.5 


81.8 


87.4 


47.9 


20 


48.3 


49.5 


30.6 


55.3 


55.4 


41.5 


48.4 


51.5 


25.0 


21 


43.7 


44.5 


31.1 


44.6 


44.7 


28.5 


41.2 


44.6 


20.5 


2.' 


17.2 


17.5 


11.9 


18.5 


18.5 


15.4 


16.1 


17.0 


10.5 


23 


15.7 


15.9 


12.1 


13.9 


14.0 


9.1 


14.6 


15.5 


10.0 


24 


20.0 


20.4 


13.5 


21.5 


21.5 


14.3 


22.2 


23.6 


13.3 


25 


22.7 


23.2 


16.4 


23.7 


23.7 


18.1 


25.1 


26.9 


15.6 


a 


4.1 


..1 


3.6 


5.1 


5.1 


7.8 


4.6 


4.7 


4.2 


27 


3.8 


3.9 


3.1 


4.6 


4.6 


3.7 


3.9 


4.0 


3.7 


28 


205.9 


206.9 


118.1 


319.6 


319.6 




208.7 


209.7 


50.0 


29 


167.7 


170.3 


78.4 


357.6 


357.6 




138.2 


139.7 


17.0 


30 


15.4 


15.8 


9.6 


11.6 


11.5 


13.2 


13.2 


13.7 


9.4 


31 


17.1 


17.5 


11.9 


15.4 


15.4 




15.4 


16.0 


11.9 


32 


0.9 


0.9 


1.0 


1.0 


1.0 


1.0 


0.7 


0.6 


1.1 


33 


1.2 


1.2 


1.4 


1.1 


1.1 


0.8 


1.0 


1.0 


1.4 


34 


16.7 


17.0 


11.8 


19.4 


19.4 


19.0 


17.1 


17.7 


11.1 


35 


22.0 


22.3 


16.2 


22.0 


22.0 


27.5 


21.7 


22.5 


14.9 


36 


0.71 


0.72 


0.68 


0.88 


0.88 


0.84 


0.79 


0.79 


0.77 


37 


0.60 


0.61 


0.49 


0.70 


0.70 


0.60 


0.64 


0.65 


0.54 


38 


1,202 


1,213 


984 


1,307 


1,307 


1,382 


1,196 


1,208 


1,009 


39 


1,162 


1,170 


1,003 


1,196 


1,197 


1,033 


1,180 


1,191 


1,029 


40 


58.2 


58.3 


37.7 


59.4 


59.4 




59.9 


59.9 


36.0 


41 


45.6 


45.5 


54.2 


48.1 


48.1 




46.9 


46.9 


50.0 


42 


758 


755 


817 


927 


941 


519 


862 


879 


653 


43 


846 


851 


756 


802 


802 




864 


863 


868 


44 



34 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 12-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS.BY COLOR AND TENURE OF OPERATOR, 



multiple-unit 



«hltiale-aai I oporatioaa number 

Subunita in multiple-unit operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land ia anitiple-unit operationa total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Crop I an.) barveated total acres 

Cora harvested for grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 
L954. 
L950. 
1954. 
L950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

L954. 
1951 . 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



Peanola harvested for picking or threshing. 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 

pounds 
multiple units reporting 

Landlord-tenant operationa containing nultiple units: 

All subunits including home frrm number 

Land in all subunits includinp home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit acres 

Rented by operator of multiple unit acres 

Subunits not included in multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in multiple units acres 

rcent of croplaod harvrstrd i • :pi ■ -, I by specified crops: 

Cropland harvested acres 

Corn harvested for grain acres 

Cotton harvested acres 

Tobacco harvested acres 

Rice harvested acres 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing acres 

2 Less than 0.05. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
. >54. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

:...;■. 

1954. 

L949. 
L954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950., 

1954. , 
1950. , 
1954., 
1950. , 
1954., 
1950., 
1954. , 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954. . 
1949 . . 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954. . 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954. . 
1949. . 
1954. . 
1949.. 



Percent 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



ioo.o 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
IOO.O 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100. c 
25.1 
26.9 
27.7 
35.5 



94.3 
93.0 
92.7 
94.8 

9: .a 

96.8 
96.6 
96.9 
96.6 



93.0 
93.0 
93.6 
93.9 



91.0 
91.2 
92.6 
93.0 
95.2 
95.0 



95.9 
96.2 



99.1 

98.e 

99.6 



93.6 

95.5 
95. ! 
>5.9 
92.3 
92.6 
93 .2 
9 .5 



94.5 
96.7 

95.5 
94.3 
94.0 
94.0 
95.5 



94.7 
97.5 
97.1 

100.0 
100.0 
24.9 
26.7 



51.4 
56.9 
60.3 
64.2 



65.1 
69.1 
6O.0 
63.6 
54.0 



48.0 
53.9 

37.2 
43.5 



75.2 
70.8 

75.: 

67.8 



31.5 
48.7 
30.3 
47.1 
23.5 
36.4 
23.5 
38.3 
62.1 
67.3 
57.3 
62.8 
48.9 
57.1 
50.8 
56.9 

66.1 
69.1 
59.7 
62.8 



62.1 
58.8 
63.9 
59.6 
61.8 

100.0 
100.0 
29.8 



Percent 
61.5 
65.2 
55.9 
59.1 
60.3 
63.4 
53.9 
57.3 
51.3 
56.8 
50.0 
55.3 
58.5 
62.3 



61.3 
65.3 
56.7 
60.5 
52.0 
58.2 
54.7 
60.0 
53.4 
58.9 
44.6 
50.7 
35.5 
41.6 
34.9 
39.6 
72.4 
76.1 
68.2 
73.1 
65.8 
71.8 
66.9 
72.4 

31.3 
48.5 
30.1 
47.0 
23.5 
36.4 
23.4 
38.3 
57.7 
62.5 
54.0 
59.2 
47.2 
55.0 
49.2 
55.0 
61.8 
65.2 
56.2 
59.6 

56.2 
59.3 

51.9 
57.1 
65.1 



63. S 
65.9 
57.8 



61.0 
58.1 
60.2 

100.0 
100.0 
29.6 
30.7 
22.3 
29.0 



3.5 



SUMMARY 

WITH PERCENT OF CROPLAND HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



35 









Color and u 


nure of operator — Continued 








Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Nonvhite 


Total 


White 


Nonuhite 


Total 


White 


Nonwhi te 




Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 




25.3 


23.5 


1.9 


1.1 


1.1 


(Z) 


S.3 


7.1 


1.2 


1 


20.2 


18.7 


1.5 


1.3 


1.3 


(2) 


9.6 


7.9 


1.7 


2 


29.0 


27.2 


1.7 


3.6 


3.5 


(Z) 


8.6 


7.6 


1.0 


3 


23.8 


22.4 


1.4 


4.8 


4.7 


(Z) 


9.5 


8.2 


1.4 


4 


26.3 


24.3 


2.0 


1.1 


1.1 


(Z) 


8.5 


7.3 


1.2 


5 


21.3 


19.7 


1.6 


1.3 


1.3 


(Z) 


10.1 


8.3 


1.8 


6 


30.2 


28.6 


1.7 


4.7 


4.7 


(Z) 


8.6 


7.7 


0.9 


7 


24.8 


23.5 


1.4 


6.2 


6.2 


(Z) 


9.3 


8.1 


1.2 


8 


34.4 


33.2 


1.2 


5.6 


5.5 


(Z) 


7.2 


6.7 


0.5 


9 


28.0 


26.9 


1.1 


5,8 


5.8 


(Z) 


7.8 


7.1 


0.7 


10 


35.3 


34.2 


1.2 


5.9 


5.9 


(Z) 


7.3 


6.9 


0.5 


11 


29.0 


27.9 


1.1 


6.1 


6.C 


(Z) 


8.0 


7.4 


0.6 


12 


29.5 


28.3 


1.2 


3.7 


3.7 


tz) 


6.4 


5.9 


0.5 


13 


24.0 


23.1 


1.0 


5.0 


4.9 


(Z) 


6.9 


6.2 


0.7 


14 


37.9 


36.4 


1.4 


5.4 


5.3 


(Z) 


11.3 


10.6 


0.7 


15 


29.8 


28.5 


1.3 


6.1 


6.1 


(z) 


11.3 


10.5 


0.8 


16 


25.8 


23.8 


2.0 


1.1 


1.1 


(z) 


8.0 


6.8 


1.2 


17 


20.4 


18.8 


1.6 


1.3 


1.3 


(z) 


9.2 


7.6 


1.6 


18 


29.3 


27.3 


2.0 


2.7 


2.7 


(z) 


7.9 


6.9 


1.1 


19 


23.5 


22.0 


1.5 


4.1 


4.1 


(z) 


B.7 


7.3 


1.4 


20 


33.9 


32.3 


1.6 


3.4 


3.4 


(z) 


8.7 


7.9 


0.8 


21 


26.4 


25.1 


1.3 


4.1 


-.1 


(z) 


9.1 


8.1 


1.0 


22 


31.9 


30.8 


1.1 


3.7 


3.7 


(z) 


8.3 


7.8 


0.5 


2 3 


25.6 


24.7 


0.9 


4.0 


4.0 


(z) 


8.7 


8.1 


0.7 


24 


30.1 


27.6 


2.6 


1.4 


1.4 


(z) 


10.4 


8.7 


1.7 


25 


23.2 


21.2 


2.0 


1.7 


1.6 


(z) 


11.8 


9.4 


2.3 




35.3 


32.9 


2.4 


5.2 


5.2 


0.1 


11.5 


9.9 


1.5 


27 


27.4 


25.6 


1.9 


6.7 


6.6 


(z) 


12.0 


10.1 


1.9 


3" 


41.3 


39.4 


1.9 


6.5 


6.5 


(z) 


14.9 


13.8 


1.2 


3'. 


32.6 


31.0 


1.6 


8.2 


8.2 


(z) 


15.8 


14.2 


1.5 


30 


39.9 


38.2 


1.8 


7.8 


7.7 


(Z) 


15.9 


14.7 


1.2 


31 


32.5 


31.2 


1.3 


9.6 


9.6 


(z) 


16.9 


15.5 


1.4 


32 


19.3 


18.1 


1.1 


0.6 


0.6 


(z) 


4.8 


4.5 


0.3 


33 


15.5 


14.5 


1.0 


0.7 


0.7 


(z) 


5.0 


4.6 


0.4 


34 


22.4 


21.3 


1.2 


1.3 


1.3 


(z) 


. 


5.1 


0.4 


35 


17.5 


16.6 


1.0 


1.7 


1.7 


(z) 


5.2 


4.8 


0.4 


36 


23.8 


22.7 


1.1 


1.8 


1.7 


(z) 


6.6 


6.2 


0.4 


37 


18.4 


17.6 


0.8 


2.2 


2.2 


(z) 


5.7 


5.3 


0.4 


38 


23.1 


22.3 


0.9 


1.9 


1.8 


(z) 


6.4 


6.1 


0.3 


39 


18.1 


17.4 


0.7 


2.2 


2.2 


(z) 


5.7 


5.3 


0.3 


40 


49.1 


48.3 


0.8 


'■.- 


5.4 




14.1 


14.0 


0.1 


41 


38.1 


37.1 


0.9 


2.8 


2.8 




10.4 


10.2 


0.2 


42 


51.6 


51.0 


0.6 


5.0 


5.0 




13.1 


13.0 


0.1 


43 


38.8 


37.7 


1.1 


3.1 


3.1 




11.0 


10.8 


0.1 


44 


54.3 


53.9 


0.4 


8.2 


8.2 




14.0 


14.0 


(Z) 


45 


45.3 


44.7 


0.6 


7.7 


7.7 




10.6 


10.5 


(Z) 


..< 


53.9 


53.7 


0.2 


8.3 


8.3 




14.3 


14.3 


(Z) 


4" 


43.5 


42.8 


0.7 


7.8 


7.8 




10.4 


10.4 


(Z) 


48 


30.1 


27.2 


2.9 


1.3 


1.3 


(z) 


6.5 


5.7 


0.8 


49 


23.9 


21.8 


2.1 


1.4 


1.4 




7.5 


6.2 


1.3 


50 


33.1 


30.6 


2.5 


3.0 


2.9 


0.1 


6.6 


5.8 


0.7 


51 


26.8 


25.0 


1.8 


3.5 


3.5 




6.9 


5.9 


1.0 


52 


41.3 


39.3 


2.0 


2.8 


2." 


0.1 


7.0 


6.5 


0.5 


53 


31.8 


30.3 


1.5 


. 


3.7 




7.4 


6.5 


0.8 


54 


38.5 


36.6 


2.0 


3.2 


3.1 


0.1 


7.5 


7.0 


0.4 


55 


32.0 


JO. 7 


1.3 


3.5 


3.5 




7.6 


6.7 


0.9 


••> 


25.9 


23.7 


2.1 


1.2 


1.2 


(Z) 


6.9 


5.6 


1.3 


57 


20.5 


18.9 


1.6 


1.3 


1.3 


(z) 


9.0 


7.2 


1.8 


58 


29.9 


27.9 


2.1 


3.9 


3.8 


(z) 


6.5 


5.3 


1.2 


59 


24.4 


22.8 


1.7 


4.3 


4.3 


(z) 


8.4 


6.8 


1.6 


60 


28.9 


27.2 


1.7 


4.1 


4.1 


(z) 


7.8 


6.9 


0.9 


61 


24.0 


22.6 


1.5 


5.2 


5.2 


0.1 


8.6 


7.4 


1.2 


3 


34.1 


33.0 


1.1 


5.7 


5.6 


(z) 


6.8 


6.4 


0.4 


,31 


27.8 


26.8 


1.1 


6.0 


6.0 


(z) 


7.4 


6.8 


0.6 


64 


27.3 


26.4 


0.9 


5.8 


5.7 


(z) 








'■■■ 


21.5 


20.8 


0.7 


6.0 


6.0 


(z) 








•■' 


61.0 


58.7 


2.3 


5.3 


5.2 


0.1 


33.7 


31.5 


2.2 


'■" 


54.9 


52.5 


2.4 


6.0 


6.0 


(Z) 


39.1 


35.8 


3.2 


68 


26.2 


24.4 


1.9 


2.2 


2.1 


(z) 


4.2 


3.7 


0.5 




22.7 


21.0 


1.7 


2.4 


2.4 


(z) 


5.4 


4.7 


0.7 


70 


28.8 


27.4 


1.4 


7.0 


7.0 


(z) 


3.6 


3.3 


0.3 


71 


25.2 


23.6 


1.6 


7.3 


7.1 


0.1 


4.7 


4.2 


0.5 


"3 


28.5 


27.2 


1.3 


6.6 


6.5 


(z) 


3.6 


3.3 


0.2 


1 


25.7 


24.2 


1.5 


7.5 


7.4 


0.1 


4.7 


4.3 


0.4 


74 


29.4 


27.8 


1.7 


8.0 


7.9 


0.1 


3.7 


3.3 


0.4 


75 


24.5 


22.8 


1.7 


7.0 


6.8 


0.2 


4.6 


4.1 


0.5 


76 


31.0 


30.2 


0.8 


6.6 


6.6 


(z) 


2.7 


2.6 


0.1 


.... 


26.6 


25.5 


1.0 


7.8 


7.7 


0.1 


3.9 


3.6 


0.2 


78 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1O0.O 


100.0 


79 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


80 


22.5 


22.3 


28.0 


16.0 


15.9 


27.8 


19.3 


18.7 


27.8 


-'I 


23.8 


23.7 


27.9 


18.1 


18.1 


21.6 


21.7 


20.9 


33.0 


82 


30.2 


30.0 


36.7 


33.9 


33.9 


29.9 




36.0 


47.7 


83 


38.7 


38.5 


44.2 


47.6 


47.6 


52.5 


49.5 


48.1 


67.8 


."■'. 


1.9 


1.8 


2.2 


1.0 


1.0 


1.6 


1.7 


1.7 


1.7 


85 






1.6 


0.9 


0.9 


0.7 


1.2 


1.2 


1.2 


86 


2*2 


2.3 


0.4 


2.4 


2.4 




1.9 


2.0 


(Z) 


87 




1.0 


0.3 


0.8 


0.8 




0.6 


0.6 


(Z) 


88 




2.4 


3.0 


1.2 


0.1 


5.0 


1.4 


1.4 


1.8 


89 


i'.a 


3.8 


4.1 


2.2 


2.2 




2.3 


2.2 


3.7 


90 



36 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 13.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 



Mull 



ilr-un. 



Subunits in multipl 

Home farms 

Proportion of multipl 



ope rati 



.total number 1954. 

1950. 
number 1954 . 

1950. 
percent 1954. 

1950. 
Cropper farms number 1954 . 

1950. 



it operations with a home 



of all land in multiple-u 



Cropper farms . 



Cropland harvested total 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1949. 
percent 1954. 
1950. 



sted for grain. 



.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 

.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



harvested multipl 



Peanuts harvested for picking 



reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

pie units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and Bales multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Landlord- tenant operations conlsioinff sultiple units: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in all subunits including home farm acres 1954. 

1950. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 1954., 

1950.. 

Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant operation percent 1954., 

1950.. 

Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 acrea 1954., 

1950.. 

Subunits not included in multiple units operators reporting 1954., 

1950., 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Share tenants number 1954. . 

1950., 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants number 1954., 

1950. . 

Land in subunits not included in multiple units acres 1954.. 

1950. . 



403,186 
469,270 
126, 741 
138,034 
96.1 
93.6 
276,445 
331,236 

44,300,286 
47,105,680 
37,181,363 
37,342,508 
83.9 
79.3 
7,118,923 
9,763,172 

14,903,239 

16,337,633 

33.6 

34.7 

118,009 

134,536 

252,634 

315,088 

3,739,539 

4,400,828 

66,545,737 

99,431,279 

87,410 

102,289 

241,954 

302, 561 

4,127,689 

5,797,934 

3,055,985 

3,486,581 

56,649 
54,791 
114,223 
110,946 
440,106 
405,628 
544,253,018 
479,109,200 

931 



229,751 

102,088 

13,465,980 

4,854,653 

12,577 
17,286 
27,130 
40,629 
334,429 
587,121 
271,682,188 
493,382,939 



102,481 
125,671 
353, 514 
546, 84e 



478,199 

576,820 

47,987,442 

52,680,301 

38,252,444 

42,749,369 

79.7 

81.1 

9,734,998 

32, 322 

42,946 
75,013 
107, 550 
51,214 
61,776 
23,799 
45, 774 



209, 322 
263,884 
56,964 
66,843 
96.3 
93.9 
152,358 
197,041 

23,109,099 
25,005,546 
19,552,697 
20,026,325 
84.6 
80.1 



9,799,306 
37.6 
39.2 

52,224 

64, 529 

122,273 

165,859 

1,783,646 

2,188,638 

■'.■•«'■. 

44,010,725 

59,151 

71,161 

161,916 

231,850 

3,470,382 

5,039,575 

2,585,010 

3,119,474 

161 



3,021 

381,686 

1,718,149 

42,717 
58,959 
169, 166 
293,247 



249,719 

327,304 

25,144,946 

28,142,859 

18,809,773 

21,593,108 

74.8 

76.7 

6,335,173 

6, 549, 751 

15,268 
22,199 
40,397 
63,420 
26,221 
37,939 
14,176 
25,481 



96,784 
94, 131 
37,265 
34,899 
96.5 
94.3 
59,519 
59,232 

7,887,273 
7,550,232 
6,591,636 
5,947,493 
83.6 



2,044,875 

2,063,038 

25.9 

27.3 

34,968 
34, 513 
63,424 
67,000 
744,125 
793,066 
19,554,935 
25,661,661 

3,403 
5,146 
5,295 
10,311 
18,166 
41, 527 
14,069 
25,364 

38,629 
37,028 
74, 392 
72,059 
265,683 
277, 704 
360,514,106 
325,446,827 



1,010 

923 

1,852 

1,917 

7,244 

7,313 

7,877,883 

6,284,295 



32,462 

32,970 
87,462 
112,147 



108, 569 
107,780 
8,341,131 
8,159,808 
7,438,853 
7,320,951 
89.2 



7,187 
8,181 
11,785 
13,649 
9,712 
7,481 
2,073 
6,168 



307, 574 
234,826 
255,570 
192,762 
83.1 
82.1 
52,004 
42,064 

146,749 

94,020 

47.7 

40.0 



1,153 

11,580 
24,622 



2,574 
1,540 
2,109 



104,748 

64, 195 

6,281,673 

2,971,547 



1,220 

960 

361,917 

260,239 

221,338 

193,660 

61.2 

74.4 



1 Land in managed landlord-tenant oper 



of whether owned or rented by 



SUMMARY 



37 



BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Type of farm — Continued 



ttaltiple 



ope 



.number : 



Subunits in multiple-unit operations.... 

Home farms 

Proportion of multiple-unit operat 



1954. 
191 - . 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 



.total number '. 

number 

percent 



Land ia suit iple-ui>i t operation* 

Home farms 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operatio 
Cropper farms 



Cropland harvested total acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobaeco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



harvested for picking i 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



•multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horaea and nuleo multiple units reporting 

number 

Landlord- tenant operations rootatnina Multiple onita: 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land in all subunits Including home farm acres 

Cvned by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 

Proportion of all land in the landlord -tenant operation.. .percent 
Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 

Subunits not Included in multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in multiple units acres 



L954. 
1 150. 

;■■... 
1950. 



34,533 
31,772 
10,991 
9,474 
H.7 
90.6 
23, 541 
22,298 

2,810,129 

2,641,890 

2,181,147 

1,929,346 

77.6 

73.0 

62 ,9BS 

712,544 

962,368 

902,682 

34.2 

34.2 

11,200 
10,267 
25,770 
26,079 
328,157 
319,034 
4,480,498 
7,310,205 

10,461 
24,381 
24,955 
219,398 
260,326 
150,120 
121,521 

11,734 
10,461 
26,212 
23,64e 
106,344 
81,504 
120,398,555 
97,909,343 



10,293 
9,553 
32,214 
35,780 



41,543 
39,500 
3,057,560 
2,973,664 
2,626,841 
2,629,522 
85.9 



3,346 
3,430 
7,010 
7,728 
5,452 
5,148 
1,558 
2,580 



679,892 

228,240 
5S8.142 
199,617 
86.5 
87.5 
91,750 
28,623 

380,945 

98,640 

56.0 

43.2 



122,788 
28,776 

103,868 
18,523 



124,490 

37,815 

7,136,717 



5,336 

1,677 

749,249 

284,405 

550,231 

188,111 

73.4 

66.1 

199,018 

96,294 



16,673 
24,816 
5,535 
7,326 
96.7 
91.3 
11,138 
17,490 

3,006,814 

3,646,417 

2,424,270 

2,684,846 

80.6 

73.6 

582, 544 

961, 571 

968,321 

1,288,242 

32.2 

35.3 



913 


13,105 


302 


20,615 


14,494 


347, 770 


4,929 


448,663 


261,814 


4,563,554 


98,837 


6,863,736 



5,722 
8,028 
12,531 
19,098 
182,039 
287,213 
118,206 
122,725 



5,722 

8,028 

12,078 

19,130 

196, 552 

323,068 

131,280,462 

264,345,083 

4,799 
7,365 
20,210 
36,532 



20,414 

31,046 

3,267,173 

4,128,467 

2,574,910 

3,399,060 

78.8 

82.3 

692,263 

729,407 

1,711 
2,694 
3,741 
6,230 
2,059 
3,121 
1,682 
3,109 



81.0 
2,504 
2,949 

332,645 
405,917 
231,920 
260, 526 
69.7 
64.2 
100,725 
145, 391 

101,542 

] 9,182 

30.5 

31.8 



1,383 
2,770 
3,400 
41,644 
52,534 
1,275,500 
1,355,121 



3,161 
2,778 
2,795 
1,682 

1,114 
1,398 
2,698 
3,105 
11,916 
12,178 
17,195,261 
14,334,653 



1,114 
1,398 
2,697 
3,230 
22,439 
33,416 
31,000,594 
29,249,632 

1,043 
1,292 
4,011 
5,319 



3,996 
4,614 
357,810 
438,958 
314,059 
387,651 



37.1 



>'. > 



11,155 
12,797 
2,817 
3,010 
90.3 
85.. 
8,338 



1,202,237 

■."--. ' 
864,977 
901 , 739 
71.9 
66.1 
337,260 
462,350 

430,931 

493,067 

35.8 

36.1 

3,038 

3,485 

8,958 

10,776 

158,482 

180,033 

3,116,566 

3,996,807 

3,120 
3,523 

8,121 
9,746 
74, 454 
100,074 
55,642 
51,674 

3,120 
3,523 
8,236 
8,998 
32,435 
29, 599 
41,108,424 
35,703,635 



10,031 

69,634 

112,187 

67,275,251 

98,283,725 



, 
3,326 

14, 550 
19, 110 



12,481 

14, 507 

1,281,783 

1,487,569 

, ''■•■,. 
1,285,649 
83.9 
86.4 



38 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 14-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY TYPE FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Multiple- 
unit 

total 


Type of farm 


(For definitions and explanations, gee text) 


Cotton 


Tobacco 


Rice 


Peanut 


Cotton 
tobacco 


Cotton 
and 
rice 


Cotton 
peanut 


Tobacco 
peanut 


Cotton, 
tobacco, 

peanut 


Miscel- 
laneous 


AVERAGE PER MULTIPLE UNIT 1 


























3.1 


3.5 


2.5 


2.5 


2.5 


2.9 


7.4 


2.9 


3.1 


3.6 


2.3 


1950... 


3.2 


3.7 


2.5 


2.4 


2.7 


3.0 


4.2 


3.1 


2.9 


3.6 


2.3 


Land in multiple unit operations acres 1954 


335.9 


390.7 


204.2 


912.7 


534.9 


239.5 


1,154.3 


525.5 


298 6 


385 3 


425.4 
383.8 


1950... 


319.5 


351.4 


203.9 


857.0 


469.5 


252.5 


920.3 


454.2 


290.4 


3S7.2 




113.0 


146.9 


52.9 


435.5 


129.0 


82.0 


64t.8 


169.2 


91.2 


138.1 


100.8 


1949. . . 


110.8 


137.7 


55.7 


343.1 


133.7 


86.3 


397.7 


160.5 


92.4 


140.0 


91.1 




31.7 


34.2 


21.3 


13.3 


51.8 


29.3 


46.6 


62.5 


38.3 


52.2 


32.1 


1949... 


32.7 


33.9 


23.0 


15.8 


50.8 


31.1 


38.5 


56.8 


38.0 


51.7 


31.0 




47.2 


58.7 


5.3 


15.9 


5.7 


18.7 


208.5 


31.8 


5.9 


23.9 


11.8 


1949... 


56.7 


70.8 


8.1 


14.5 


9.0 


24.9 


116.0 


35.8 


5.9 


28.4 


11.7 




7.8 


1.9 


7.4 




1.5 


9.1 




2.4 


10.7 


10.4 


1.8 


1949... 


7.4 


2.0 


7.5 




3.1 


7.8 


... 


2.1 


8.7 


8.4 


1.9 


Rice harvested acres 1954 


246.8 
193.3 


125.8 
19.0 




310.8 
234.3 






211.4 
152.5 








10.0 


1949... 


10.0 


Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. . .acres 1954... 


26.6 


2.4 


7.2 




44.5 


5.8 


1.0 


34.4 


20.1 


22.3 


11.8 


1949... 


34.0 


3.4 


7.9 




57.1 


11.6 


1.0 


40.2 


23.9 


31.8 


11.6 


Horses and mules number 1954 


2.7 

3.7 


2.9 
4.1 


2.3 

3.0 


2.8 

4.1 


1.9 
3.4 


2.7 
3.4 


4.2 
5.6 


3.5 
4.6 


3.6 
3.8 


4.7 
5.4 


2.0 


1950... 


2.7 


AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT IN MULTIPLE UNITS 1 


























109.9 
100.4 


110.4 
94.8 


81.5 
80.2 


366.2 
355.8 


217.7 
175.4 


81.4 

83.2 


156.7 
220.7 


180.3 
146.9 


95.1 
99.5 


107.8 
106.6 


188.6 


1950... 


165.8 




37.0 


41.5 


21.1 


174.7 


52.5 


27.9 


87.8 


58.1 


29.0 


38.6 


44.7 


1949... 


34.8 


37.1 


21.9 


142.5 


49.9 


28.4 


95.4 


51.9 


31.7 


38.5 


39.4 




14.8 


14.6 


11.7 


12.1 


27.1 


12.7 


15.9 


26.5 


15.0 


17.7 


20.3 


1949... 


14.0 


13.2 


11.8 


12.5 


23.9 


12.2 


16.3 


21.8 


15.5 


16.7 


18.8 




17.1 
19.2 


19.1 

21.7 


3.4 

4.0 


10.6 
11.6 


4.7 
6.1 


9.0 

10.4 


30.5 
34.8 


14.5 

15.0 


3.3 

3.3 


9.2 

10.3 


7.8 


1949... 


7.6 




3.9 


1.6 


3.8 




0.8 


4.1 




2.0 


4.4 


3.9 


1.4 


1949... 


3.7 


1.6 


3.9 




2.6 


3.4 




1.7 


3.9 


3.3 


1.5 




195.5 
143.6 


100.6 

19.0 




201.8 
161.7 






191.5 
122.8 








10.0 


1949... 


10.0 


Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. . .acres 1954... 


12.3 


1.5 


3.9 




24.3 


4.5 


1.0 


16.3 


8.3 


8.8 


8.3 


1949... 


14.5 


2.5 


3.8 




26.9 


5.5 


1.0 


16.9 


10.3 


11.2 


7.7 




0.9 


0.8 


0.9 


1.1 


0.8 


0.9 


0.6 


1.2 


1.1 


1.3 


0.9 


1950... 


1.2 


1.1 


1.2 


1.7 


1.3 


1.1 


1.3 


1.5 


1.3 


1.5 


1.2 


AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 


























17.8 


14.9 


26.3 


17.4 


21.4 


13.7 


18.1 


13.1 


30.6 


19.7 


21.2 


1949... 


22.6 


20.1 


32.4 


21.4 


17.0 


22.9 


20.1 


15.3 


25.8 


22.2 


26.4 




0.74 
0.60 


0.74 
0.62 


0.77 
0.61 


0.82 
0.62 


0.66 
0.62 


0.68 
0.47 


0.85 
0.64 


0.65 
0.43 


0.88 
0.61 


0.75 
0.52 


0.70 


1949... 


0.69 




1,237 


1,199 


1,262 




1,030 


1,132 




1,006 


1,443 


1,267 


1,382 


1949... 


1,181 


1,122 


1,172 




968 


1,201 




1,140 


1,177 


1,206 


1,248 




58.6 
47.6 


93.5 
50.0 




60.0 
46.3 






57.3 
49.7 








57.6 


1949... 


35.0 


Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. .pounds 1954... 


812 


398 


1,088 




930 


828 


272 


668 


1,382 


966 


684 


1949... 


840 


569 


859 




864 


838 


300 


818 


875 


876 


900 



'■Averages for cropland harvested and horses and mules based on all farms or units; all other averages based on units or subunits reporting 



SUMMARY 



39 



Summary Table 15-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM. WITH CROPLAND 
HARVESTED REPRESESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Multiple- 


Type of farm 


(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Cotton 


Tobacco 


Rice 


Peanut 


Cotton 
tobacco 


Cotton 
rice 


Cotton 
peanut 


Tobacco 
peanut 


Cotton, 
tobacco, 

peanut 


Miscel- 
laneous 


w . u m nunber i9w 


Percent 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100. 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
10O.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
110.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
25.1 
26.9 
27.7 
35.5 
3.0 
2.5 
1.5 
0.6 
2.2 
3.6 


Percent 
44.9 
48.3 
51.9 
56.2 
44.9 
48.4 
55.1 
59.5 

52.2 
53.1 
52.6 
53.6 
50.0 
51.0 
58.3 
60.0 
44.3 
48.0 
48.4 
52.6 
47.7 
49.7 
39.8 
44.3 

67.7 
69.6 
75.2 
76.6 
84.1 
86.9 
84.6 
89.5 

0.3 
0.3 
0.2 
0.2 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 

0.4 
0.4 
0.4 
0.3 
0.2 
(Z) 
0.3 

(z) 

3.2 

5.1 
2.3 
3.0 
0.3 
0.5 
0.1 
0.3 

41.7 
46.9 
47.9 
53.6 

52.2 
56.7 
52.4 
53.4 
49.2 
50.5 
65.1 
66.0 

47.2 
51.7 
53.9 
59.0 
51.2 
61.4 
59.6 
55.7 

55.2 
56.3 

100.0 
100.0 
20.5 
22.3 
39.9 
51.4 
(Z) 
(Z) 

(z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 


Percent 
29.3 
25.1 
24.0 
20.1 
29.4 
25.3 
21.5 
17.9 

17.8 
16.0 
17.7 
15.9 
18.2 
16.4 
13.7 
12.6 
29.6 
25.7 
25.1 
21.3 
19.9 
18.0 
29.4 
25.8 

3.9 
5.0 
2.2 
3.4 
0.4 
0.7 
0.5 
0.7 

68.2 
67.6 
65.1 
64.9 
64.9 
68.4 
66.2 
67.9 

8.0 
5.3 
6.8 
4.7 
2.2 
1.2 
2.9 
1.3 

31.7 
26.2 
24.7 
20.5 

22.7 
18.7 
17.4 
15.5 
19.4 
17.1 
9.3 
8.4 

22.2 
19.0 

15.7 
12.7 
19.0 
12.1 
8.7 
13.5 

12.3 
10.9 

100.0 
100.0 
36.4 
38.4 
0.9 
2.0 
14.0 
13.5 

0.4 

0.4 


Percent 
0.3 
0.2 
0.2 
0.1 
0.3 
0.2 
0.2 
0.1 

0.7 
0.5 
0.7 
0.5 
0.7 
0.4 
1.0 
0.6 

(Z) 

0.1 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 

(z) 

0.2 
0.1 
0.1 
(Z) 
0.1 
(z) 

0.1 
(Z) 

36.2 
51.9 
44.2 
55.8 
45.6 
62.9 
46.6 
61.2 

0.2 
0.2 
0.3 
0.2 

0.3 
0.2 
0.8 
0.5 
0.6 
0.5 
1.4 
0.7 

0.4 
0.3 
0.5 
0.3 
0.6 
0.4 
0.4 
0.1 

1.5 
0.5 

100.0 

100.0 
0.5 
1.2 
1.6 
1.6 

71.4 
68.3 


Percent 
0.6 
1.2 
0.4 
1.0 
0.6 
1.2 
0.4 
0.9 

0.9 
1.7 
0.9 
1.7 
0.8 
1.7 
0.6 
1.4 

0.6 
1.2 
0.5 
1.1 
0.9 
1.9 
1.1 
1.4 

0.1 
0.2 
(Z) 

0.1 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 

(Z) 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 

\l\ 

(Z) 

(z) 
(z) 

5.9 
10.0 
5.0 
9.0 
9.8 
16.8 
11.2 
17.3 

0.5 
1.2 
0.4 
1.1 

0.5 

1.0 
0.9 

1.7 
0.9 
1.8 
1.0 
1.5 

0.7 
1.3 
0.5 
1.0 
0.5 
0.8 
0.6 
1.3 

0.8 

1.6 

100.0 
100.0 
36.3 
36.4 
0.6 
0.8 

(z) 

(Z) 

34.5 
42.7 1 


Percent 
8.9 
7.1 
8.6 
6.8 
8.7 
6.9 
8.5 
6.7 

6.3 
5.6 
5.9 
5.2 
8.8 
7.3 
6.5 
5.5 

9.5 
7.6 
10.2 
8.3 
8.8 
7.2 
6.7 
7.4 

13.^ 
10.2 
10.1 
8.2 
5.3 
4.5 
4.9 
3.5 

20.7 
19.1 
22.9 
21.3 
24.2 
20.1 
22.1 
20.4 

0.8 
2.2 

0.5 
1.9 
0.2 
0.7 
0.2 
0.7 

10.0 
7.6 
9.1 
6.5 

1.1 
6.8 

6.4 
5.6 
6.9 
6.2 
4.4 
3.5 

10.4 
8.0 
9.3 
7.2 

10.6 
8.3 
6.5 
5. ft 

6.7 
6.0 

100.0 
100.0 
34.1 
35.3 
22.8 
28.8 
11.1 
9.0 


Percent 

0.4 
0.2 
1.1 
0.2 
0.5 
0.2 
1.4 
0.2 

1.5 
0.5 
1.6 
0.5 
1.3 
0.3 
2.6 
0.6 
0.3 
0.1 
0.4 
0.1 
0.4 
0.1 
0.4 
0.1 

0.7 
0.2 
1.7 
0.3 
3.0 
0.5 
3.4 
0.5 

63.3 
47.0 
55.3 
43.3 
54.2 
37.0 
53.0 
38.7 

(Z) 

(z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 

0.4 
0.2 
0.7 
0.3 

1.1 
0.3 
1.6 
0.5 
1.4 
0.4 
2.0 
1.0 

0.8 
0.3 
1.3 
0.6 
1.6 
0.7 
0.8 
0.5 

1.9 
1.0 

100.0 
100.0 
3.8 
5.0 
32.2 
29.2 


Percent 
4.3 
5.4 
4.1 
5.3 

5.3 
4.0 
5.3 

6.8 
7.7 
6.5 
7.2 
8.2 
9.8 
6.5 
7.9 
4.7 
5.9 
5.2 
6.5 
9.3 
10.2 
6.9 
6.9 

6.5 
7.8 
5.2 
6.3 
4.4 
5.0 
3.9 
3.5 

0.1 
0.2 
0.1 
0.1 
(Z) 
0.1 

(z) 

0.1 

45.5 
46.4 
44.5 
47.1 
58.8 
55.0 
48.3 
53.6 

4.7 
5.9 

5.7 
6.7 

4.3 
5.4 
6.8 

7.8 
6.7 
8.0 
7.1 
7.3 

5.3 

6.3 
5.0 
5.8 
4.0 
5.0 
7.1 
6.8 

7.1 
8.6 

100.0 
100.0 
35.9 
34.8 
18.8 
22.3 

fz) 
(z) 

2U.3 
25.1 


Percent 
0.8 
0.9 
0.9 
0.9 
0.8 
0.8 
0.9 
0.9 

0.8 
0.9 
0.6 
0.7 
1.4 
1.5 
0.7 
0.8 
0.9 
1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 
1.9 
1.4 

0.6 
0.5 
0.4 
0.3 
0.1 
(Z) 
0.1 

(z) 

2.0 
2.6 
2.4 
2.8 
2.7 
3.0 
3.2 
3.0 

8.9 
8.1 
9.9 

7.9 
6.7 
5.7 
11.4 
5.9 

1.0 
1.0 
1.1 
1.0 

0.8 
0.8 
0.7 
0.8 
0.8 
0.9 
0.4 
0.5 

0.8 
0.7 
0.7 
0.5 
0.7 
0.4 
0.5 
0.6 

0.7 
0.6 

100.0 
100.0 
41.0 
40.7 
3.1 
2.2 
11.7 
9.4 

22.1 
25.9 


Percent 
2.4 
2.4 
2.8 
2.7 
2.2 
2.2 
3.0 
3.0 

2.7 
2.9 
2.3 
2.4 

4.7 
4.7 
2.9 
3.0 

2.6 
2.6 
3.5 
3.4 
4.2 
4.1 
4.7 
4.0 

3.6 

3.4 
3.4 
3.2 
1.8 
1.7 
1.8 
1.5 

5.5 
6.4 
7.2 
8.1 
7.4 
7.3 
7.6 
7.5 

24.8 
20.4 
29.1 
24.7 
20.8 
19.1 
24.8 
19.9 

2.8 
2.6 
4.1 
3.5 

2.6 
2.5 
2.7 
2.8 
2.8 
3.0 
2.1 
2.0 

2.2 

2.0 
1.8 
1.6 

1.9 
1.7 
1.4 
1.5 

2.2 
2.2 

100.0 
100.0 
36.8 
36.5 
17.3 
20.3 
7.5 
6.0 

16.2 
22.8 


Percent 
8.1 
9.2 
6.0 
6.7 
8.3 
9.6 


1950... 
1950. . . 


1950... 


1950... 
1950... 


5.5 

10.3 
11.1 
11.2 
12.2 
5.9 
6.8 
7.3 
7.6 

7.5 
7.9 
5.6 
5.5 
7.6 
7.5 
9.1 
8.7 

3.3 
2.9 

1.8 
1.5 
0.8 
0.6 
0.8* 
0.7 

3.2 
3.8 
2.1 
2.5 

0.7 
1.0 
0.8 
1.1 

0.1 

0.8 
0.1 
0.6 

(z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 

tz) 

2.9 
2.5 
1.9 
1.6 
1.3 
0.8 
1.1 
0.9 

7.0 
8.2 
6.0 
6.6 

6.8 
7.6 
10.4 
11.2 
11.3 
11.7 
7.1 
9.1 

10.1 
10.4 
11.3 
11.4 
9.8 
9.1 
14.5 
14.5 

11.7 
12.3 

100.0 
100.0 
26.4 
26.5 


1950... 


1950... 
1949... 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

1949... 
subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949 . . . 

acres 1954... 

1949 . . . 

pounds 1954. .. 

1949... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

Dushels 1954... 

1949... 

Peeaula harvested for picking or 

1949... 
subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 
acre^ 

1949. . . 
pounds 

1949... 


1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 

Landlord- tenant operations containing nnlliple aaitai 


1950... 
1950. . . 


1950... 


1950... 
Subunlts not Included In multiple 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants number 

1950... 
Land in subunlts not Included in multiple 


1950... 

Perceat of eroplond harTeoled represented by specified crop*! 

Cropland harvested acres 1954... 

1949... 

1949... 


1949... 


2.8 


1949... 


0.3 

(z) 
(z) 

0.4 
0.4 


1949... 
1949... 


0.1 
0.5 [ 


38.3 

(z) 
(z) 



40 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 16.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 













LCres of cropland harvested 








Multiple- 


















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 




















total 


None 


Under 20 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 or more 


Multi If number 1954 


131,377 


386 


17 305 




25,713 
30,710 




22,247 
26,294 


13,105 
13,701 


4,327 
4,285 


1950... 


147,441 


964 


13,607 


14^366 


43,514 


Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 1954... 


403,186 


823 


36,193 


30,525 


58,131 


88,801 


72,585 


64,359 


51,769 


1950... 


469,270 


2,108 


28,184 


30,475 


68,315 


111,130 


88,397 


75,028 


65,633 




126,741 


351 


16,829 


13,690 




32,927 






4,289 

4,201 


1950... 


138,034 


879 


13,057 


13,574 


28, 561 


40,074 


24,609 


13,079 


Proportion of multiple-unit operations 






















96.1 


90.9 


97.2 


96.3 


95.4 


95.2 


96.0 


97.5 


99.1 


1950... 


93.6 


91.2 


96.0 


94.5 


93.0 


92.1 


93.6 


95.5 


98.0 




276,445 


472 


19,364 


16,835 


33,607 


55,874 


51,225 


51,588 


47,480 


1950... 


331,236 


1,229 


15,127 


16,901 


39,754 


71,056 


63,788 


61,949 


61,432 


Land in .ol tiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 


44,300,286 


31,487 


1,788,352 


1,792,378 


4,156,039 


8,399,704 


9,299,478 


10,293,742 


8,489,106 


1950... 


47,105,680 


266,789 


1,691,872 


1,947,746 


4,797,092 


9,690,384 


10,122,259 


10,183,895 


8,405,643 


Home farms acres 1954... 


37,181,363 


66,710 


1,572,900 


1,495,570 


3,412,329 


6,803,232 


7,679,733 


8,758,263 


7,392,616 


1950... 


37,342,508 


201, 500 


1,441,486 


1,590,595 


3,781,496 


7,471,735 


7,886,195 


8,117,100 


6,852,401 


Proportion of all land in multiple-unit 






















83.9 


81.9 


88.0 


83.4 


82.1 


81.0 


82.6 


85.1 


37.1 


1950... 


79.3 


75.5 


85.2 


81.7 


78.8 


77.1 


77.9 


79.7 


81.5 




7,118,923 


14,777 


215,452 


296,808 


743,710 


1,596,472 


1,619,740 


1,535,474 


1,096,490 


1950... 


9,763,172 


65,289 


250,386 


357,151 


1,015,596 


2,218,649 


2,236, 06; 


2,066,795 


1,553,242 




14,903,239 




199,807 


347,812 


1,000,145 


2,434,858 


3,085,683 


3,925,705 


3,909,229 


1949... 


16,337,633 




165,913 


352,303 


1,198,430 


3,056,175 


3,617,573 


4,065,840 


3,881,399 


Proportion of all land in multiple-unit 






















33.6 




11.2 


19.4 


24.1 


29.0 


33.2 


38.1 


46.0 


1950... 


34.7 




9.8 


18.1 


25.0 


31.5 


35.7 


39.9 


46.2 


Corn harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954... 


118,009 




13,267 


12,962 


24,016 


32,297 


20,399 


11,499 


3,569 


1949... 


134, 536 




10,544 


13,113 


23,947 


41, US 


24,558 


12,437 


3,789 


subunits reporting 1954... 


252,634 




16,774 


19,085 


40,262 


64,407 


51,150 


39,277 


21,679 


1949... 


315,088 




13,472 


19,660 


49,759 


33,970 


64,318 


48,646 


35,263 


acres 1954... 


3,739,539 




79,505 


134,793 


377,713 


853,605 


912,644 


859,818 


521,461 


1949... 


4,400,828 




71,421 


139,457 


451,268 


1,058,910 


1,080,045 


952,544 


647,183 


bushels 1954... 


66.545,737 




1,704,003 


2,630,221 


7,117,842 


15,315,637 


15,932,349 


U,772,813 


9,072,872 


1949... 


99,431,279 




1,837,186 


3,573,288 


11,154,401 


24,606,025 


23,861,749 


20,664,577 


13,734,053 




87,410 




5 384 


7,186 


15 644 


24 945 


18,330 


11,793 


4,128 


1949... 


102,289 




4,'302 


7,579 


19,'906 


32 ,'545 


21,637 


12,257 


4,063 


subunits reporting 1954... 


241,954 




6,524 


10,030 


24,994 


49,128 


50,147 


52,825 


48.306 


1949... 


302,561 




5,256 


10,935 


33,766 


67,979 


62,444 


61,433 


60,748 


acres 1954... 


4,127,689 




31,901 


64,743 


203,223 


552,893 


793,269 


1,152,358 


1,329,302 


1949... 


5,797,934 




29,523 


79,090 


306,904 


886, 564 


1,172,530 


1,546,725 


1,776,598 


bales 1954... 


3,055,985 




20,789 


44,217 


139,562 


381,354 


550,915 


830,899 


1,088,249 


1949... 


3,486,581 




15,839 


41,973 


165,460 


476,449 


651, 613 


926,764 


1,208,483 


Tobacco harves'ed multiple units reporting 1954 


56,649 




10 204 


8 003 


13,309 


15,033 


7,082 


2,648 


370 


1949... 


54,791 




7^230 


7^204 


13,968 


16,034 


7,430 


2,538 


387 


subunits reporting 1954... 


114,223 




13,645 


12 , 503 


23,703 


31,675 


19,604 


10,437 


2,656 


1949... 


110,946 




9,409 


11,056 


24,024 


32,450 


20,049 


10,793 


3,165 


acres 1954... 


440,106 




29,097 


39,042 


86,862 


132,267 


88,240 


50,919 


13,679 


1949... 


405,628 




21,359 


32,501 


81,740 


121,645 


82,839 


49,269 


16,275 


pounds 1954... 


544,253,018 




35,251,689 


46,193,054 


105,142,387 


164,901,308 


111,180,830 


64,419,319 


17,164,431 


1949... 


479,109,200 




24,026,006 


37,234,391 


94,935,933 


145,674,929 


99,442,886 


59,055,420 


18,739,635 




931 




8 


6 


33 


51 


124 


338 


371 


1949... 


528 




6 


18 


45 


71 


116 


156 


116 


subunits reporting 1954... 


1,175 




8 


6 


34 


55 


154 


413 


505 


1949... 


711 




6 


20 


50 


94 


141 


199 


201 


acres 1954... 


229,751 




76 


107 


828 


2,560 


13,076 


60,851 


146,253 


1949... 


102,088 




64 


230 


1,145 


3,969 


11,757 


33,411 


51,462 


bushels 1954... 


13,465,980 




4,461 


6,268 


47,294 


148,849 


789,074 


4,005,541 


8,464,493 


1949... 


4,354,653 




2,618 


13,083 


65,228 


167,502 


498,314 


1,695,601 


2,412,307 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 






















12,577 




377 


610 


1,714 


3,723 


3,544 


2,123 


486 


1949... 


17,286 




279 


651 


2,219 


5,756 


5,053 


2,694 


634 


subunits reporting 1954... 


27,130 




416 


725 


2,331 


6,170 


7,766 


6,981 


2,741 


1949... 


40,629 




313 


784 


3,052 


9,958 


11,812 


10,174 


4,536 


acres 1954... 


334,429 




1,080 


2,938 


12,812 


50,381 


91, 911 


117,071 


58,236 


1949... 


587,121 




1,058 


3,926 


20,799 


99, 088 


173,918 


189,159 


99,173 


pounds 1954... 


271,682,188 




1,056,434 


3,035,666 


13,294,864 


47,176,493 


76,060,514 


89,833,248 


41,224,969 


1949... 


493,382,939 




9a, 030 


3,625,780 


18,928,294 


85,264,582 


146,953,155 


158,135,399 


79,534,699 




102,481 


109 


12,186 


11,525 


21,061 


27,892 


16,884 


9,510 


3,314 


1950... 


125,671 


473 


10,368 


12,352 


26,932 


38,020 


22,392 


11,426 


3,708 


number 1954... 


353,514 


210 


23,170 


25,137 


52,172 


84,019 


68,209 


59,901 


40,696 


1950... 


546,848 


1,360 


23,285 


31,764 


78,931 


139,496 


111,959 


91,189 


68,864 


Landlord-tenant operations containing multiple units: 






















478,199 


1,141 
3,105 


43,328 
35,883 


35,404 
37,203 


67,046 
81,503 


103,442 
133,309 


85,438 

109,852 




64,100 

82,120 


1950... 


576,820 


93^845 


land in all subunits including home farm, .acres 1954... 


47,987,442 


114,835 


2,059,990 


1,978,456 


4,524,699 


9,049,006 


9,975,459 


11,087,224 


9,197,773 


1950... 


52,680,301 


343,469 


2,022,279 


2,242,806 


5,399,070 


10,739,285 


11,335,718 


11,229,795 


9,317,879 


Owned by operator of multiple unit 1 ... .acres 19S4... 


38,252,444 


100,818 


1,946,757 


1,803,806 


4,044,789 


7,691,015 


7,854,574 


8,069,734 


6,740,951 


1950... 


42,749,369 


303,276 


1,854,900 


2,034,590 


4,782,736 


9,148,597 


8,988,940 


8,503,378 


7,132,952 


Proportion of all land in the landlord- 






















79.7 


87.8 


94.5 


91.2 


89.4 


85.0 


73.7 


72.8 


73.3 


1950... 


81.1 


88.3 


91.7 


90.7 


88.6 


84.8 


79.3 


75.7 


76.6 


Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 .. .acres 1954... 


9,734,998 


14,017 


113,233 


174,650 


479,910 


1,357,991 


2,120,885 


3,017,490 


2,456,822 


1950... 


9, 930, 932 


40,193 


167,379 


208,216 


616,334 


1,640,688 


2,346,778 


2,726,417 


2,184,927 


Subunits not included in 






















32,322 
42,946 


138 
312 


4,238 
4,078 


2,983 
3,655 


5,197 
7,202 


7,549 
11,294 




4,372 
5,597 


2,069 
2,480 


1950... 


8,328 


number 1954... 


75,013 


318 


7,135 


4,879 


8,915 


14,641 


12,853 


13,941 


12,331 


1950... 


107,550 


997 


7,699 


6,728 


13,188 


22,179 


21,455 


18,817 


16,437 








4,788 
3,816 


3,505 
3,623 


6,339 
7,389 


10,373 
12,736 






8,337 
10,179 


1950... 


61^776 


415 


12,206 


ll',412 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 
























146 
582 


2,347 
3,883 


1,374 
3,105 


2,576 
5,799 


4,268 

9,443 


4,163 
9,249 


4,931 
7,405 


3,994 
6,308 


Land in subunits not included in multiple 


45,774 




3,687,156 


33,348 
76,680 


271,638 
330,407 


186,078 

295,060 


368,660 

601,978 


649,302 
1,098,901 


675,981 

1,213,459] 


793,482 

1,045,900 


708 667 


1950... 


5,574,621 


912^236 



basis of whether owned or rented by the employer. 



SUMMARY 

Summary Table 17.-SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 
BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



41 



Multiple- 
unit area, 
total 



opland harvested 



AVERAGE PER MULTIPLE UNIT 1 
Subunits in multiple-unit operations 



number 1954.. 

1950. . 
acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954,. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

: •■■ • . . 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
Horses and mules manber 1954 . . 

1950.. 



Land in multiple-unit operatia 



Cropland harvested. 



Corn harvested for grain 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harves 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT III MULTIPLE UNITS 1 



Land in subunits. 



Cotton harvested. 



Mom ■ tuurveatc '.. 



: i >- bum bad. 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Cropland harvested acres 1954. . 

1949.. 
Corn harvested for grain acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949.. 
acres 1954.. 

1949. . 
Horses and mules number 1954.. 

1950.. 

AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 
Corn harvested for grain bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 
Cotton harvested bales 1954.. 

1949. . 
Tobacco harvested pounds 1954. . 

1949.. 
Rice harvested bushels 1954. . 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



3.2 
335.9 
319.5 
113.0 
110.8 
31.7 
12. " 
47.2 
56.7 



246.8 
193.3 



17.8 
22.6 
0.74 
0.60 
1,237 
1,181 
58.6 
47.6 
812 



2.1 
103.3 
124.3 
11.5 
12.2 



0.54 
1,212 

1,125 
58.7 



24.5 
24.5 



19.5 
25.6 
0.68 
0.53 
1,183 
1,146 
58.6 
46.7 
1,033 
924 



18.8 
24.7 
0.69 
0.54 
1,210 
1,161 
57.1 
57.0 
1,038 
910 



242.9 


418.0 


222.7 


385.0 


70.4 


138.7 


70.2 


137.6 



-. .: 
27.2 



17.2 



! I, I 



13.0 



42.2 



17.9 
23.2 
0.69 

1,247 

1,198 

58.1 

42.2 

936 



43.3 
54.2 
12.5 
11.1 
105.5 
101.4 
25.9 



17.5 
22.1 
0.69 
0.56 
1,260 
1,200 
60.3 
42.4 



5.5 
765.5 
743.3 
299.6 
296.1 
74.1 
76.6 
97.7 
126.2 
19.2 
19.. 
197.8 
214.2 
55.1 
70.2 



17.2 
21.7 
0.72 
0.60 
1,265 
1,199 
59.9 
50.7 
767 



Averages for cropland harvested and horses and mules based on all farms or units; all other averages based on units or subunits reporting the item. 



42 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 18-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED, 
WITH PERCENT OF CROPLAND HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 













Acres of cropland harvested 








Multiple- 
unit area, 


















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 






















None 


Under 20 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 or more 




Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


percent 


Percent 




100.0 


0.3 


13.1 


10.8 


19.5 


26.2 


16.9 


9.9 


3.3 


1950... 


100.0 


0.7 


9.2 


9.7 


20.8 


29.5 


17.8 


9.3 


2.9 


Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 1954... 


100.0 


0.2 


9.0 


7.6 


14.4 


22.0 


18.0 


16.0 


12.8 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.4 


6.0 


6.5 


14.6 


23.7 


18.8 


16.0 


14.0 




100.0 
100.0 


0.3 
0.6 


13.3 
9.5 


10.8 
9.8 


19.3 

20.7 


26.0 
29.0 


16.9 
17.8 


10.1 
9.5 




1950... 


3.0 




100.0 


0.2 


7.0 


6.1 


12.2 


20.2 


18.5 


18.7 




1950... 


100.0 


0.4 


4.6 


5.1 


12.0 


21.5 


19.3 


18.7 


18.5 


■ 1 * I t* total acres 1954 


100.0 


0.2 


4.0 


4.0 


9.4 


19 


21 


23 2 


19.2 
17.8 


1950... 


100.0 


0.6 


3.6 


4.1 


10.2 


20.6 


21.5 


21.6 




100.0 


0.2 


4.2 


4.0 


9.2 


18.3 


20.7 


23.6 


19.9 


1950... 


100.0 


0.5 


3.9 


4.3 


10.1 


20.0 


21.1 


21.7 


18.4 




100.0 


0.2 


3.0 


4.2 


10.4 


22.4 


22.8 


21.6 


15.4 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.7 


2.6 


3.7 


10.4 


22.7 


22.9 


21.2 


15.9 




100.0 




1.3 


2.3 


6.7 


16.3 


20.7 


26.3 


26.2 


1949... 


100.0 




1.0 


2.2 


7.3 


18.7 


22.1 


24.9 


23.8 


Cora harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954... 


100.0 




11.2 


11.0 


20.4 


27.4 


17.3 


9.7 


3.0 


1949... 


100.0 




7.8 


9.7 


21.5 


30.6 


18.3 


9.2 


2.8 


subunits reporting 1954... 


100.0 




6.6 


7.6 


15.9 


25.5 


20.2 


15.5 


8.6 


1949... 


100.0 




4.3 


6.2 


15.8 


26.6 


20.4 


15.4 


11.2 


acres 1954... 


100.0 




2.1 


3.6 


10.1 


22.8 


24.4 


23.0 


13.9 


1949... 


100.0 




1.6 


3.2 


10.3 


24.1 


24.5 


21.6 


14.7 


bushels 1954... 


100.0 




2.6 


4.0 


10.7 


23.0 


23.9 


22.2 


13.6 


1949... 


100.0 




1.8 


3.6 


11.2 


24.7 


24.0 


20.8 


13.8 




100.0 




6.2 


8.2 


17.9 


28.5 


21.0 


13.5 


4.7 


1949... 


100.0 




4.2 


7.4 


19.5 


31.8 


21.2 


12.0 


4.0 


subunits reporting 1954... 


100.0 




2.7 


4.1 


10.3 


20.3 


20.7 


21.8 


20.0 


1949... 


100.0 




1.7 


3.6 


11.2 


22.5 


20.6 


20.3 


20.1 


acres 1954... 


100.0 




0.8 


1.6 


4.9 


13.4 


19.2 


27.9 


32.2 


1949... 


100.0 




0.5 


1.4 


5.3 


15.3 


20.2 


26.7 


30.6 


bales 1954... 


100.0 




0.7 


1.4 




12.5 


18.0 


27.2 


35.6 


1949... 


100.0 




0.5 


1.2 


4.7 


13.7 


18.7 


26.6 


34.7 




100.0 




18.0 


14.1 


23.5 


26.5 


12.5 


4.7 


0.7 


1949... 


100.0 




1 .. 


13.1 


25.5 


29.3 


13.6 


4.6 


0.7 


subunits reporting 1954... 


100.0 




11.9 


10.9 


20.8 


27.7 


17.2 


9.1 


2.3 


1949... 


100.0 




8.5 


10.0 


21.7 


29.2 


18.1 


9.7 


2.9 


acres 1954... 


100.0 




6.6 


8.9 


19.7 


30.1 


20.0 


11.6 


3.1 


1949... 


100.0 




5.3 


8.0 


20.2 


30.0 


20.4 


12.1 


4.0 


pounds 1954... 


100.0 




6.5 


8.5 


19.3 


30.3 


20.4 


11.8 


3.2 


1949... 


100.0 




5.0 


7.8 


19.8 


30.4 


20.8 


12.3 


3.9 




100.0 




0.9 


0.6 


3.5 


5.5 


13.3 


36.3 


39.8 


1949... 


100.0 




1.1 


3.4 


8.5 


13.4 


22.0 


29.5 


22.0 


subunits reporting 1954... 


100.0 




0.7 


0.5 


2.9 


4.7 


13. 1 


35.1 


43.0 


1949... 


100.0 




0.8 


2.8 


7.0 


13.2 


19.8 


28.0 


28.3 


acres 1954... 


100.0 




(z) 


(Z) 


0.4 


1.1 


5.7 


29.1 


63.7 


1949... 


100.0 




0.1 


0.3 


1.1 


3.9 


11.5 


32.7 


50.4 


bushels 1954... 


100.0 




(Z) 


(z) 


0.4 


1.1 


5.9 


29.7 


62.9 


1949... 


100.0 




0.1 


0.3 


1.3 


3.5 


10.3 


34.9 


49.7 


Peanut* harvested for picking or 






















100.0 




3.0 


4.9 


13.6 


29.6 


28.2 


16.9 


3.9 


1949... 


100.0 




1.6 


3.8 


12.8 


33.3 


29.2 


15.6 


3.7 


subunits reporting 1954... 


100.0 




1.5 


2.7 


8.6 


22.7 


28.6 


25.7 


10.1 


1949... 


100.0 




0.8 


1.9 


7.5 


24.5 


29.1 


25.0 


11.2 


acres 1954... 


100.0 




0.3 


0.9 


3.8 


15.1 


27.5 


35.0 


17.4 


1949... 


100.0 




0.2 


0.7 


3.5 


16.9 


29.6 


32.2 


16.9 


pounds 1954... 


100.0 




0.4 


1.1 


4.9 


17.4 


28.0 


33.1 


15.2 


1949... 


100.0 




0.2 


0.7 


3.8 


17.3 


29.8 


32.1 


16.1 






0.1 










16.5 


9.3 


3.2 


1950 .. . 


100.0 


0.4 


8.3 


■.- 


21.4 


30.3 


17.8 


9.1 


3.0 


number 1954... 


100.0 


0.1 


6.6 


7.1 


14.8 


23.8 


19.3 


16.9 


11.5 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.2 


4.3 


5.8 


14.4 


25.5 


20.5 


16.7 


12.6 


Landlord-tenant operation* containing noltiple oaitn: 






















100.0 


0.2 


9.1 


7.4 


14.0 


21.6 


17.9 


16.4 


13.4 


1950... 


100.0 


0.5 


6.2 




14.1 


23.1 


19.0 


16.3 


14.2 


Land in all subunits including home farm. ..acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.2 


4.3 


4.1 


9.4 


18.9 


20.8 


23.1 


19.2 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.7 


3.8 


4.3 


10.2 


20.5 


21.5 


21.3 


17.7 


Owned by operator of multiple unit acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.3 


5.1 


4.7 


10.6 


20.1 


20.5 


21.1 


17.6 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.7 


4.3 


4.8 


11.2 


21.4 


21.0 


19.9 


16.7 


Rented by operator of multiple unit acres 1954... 


100.0 


0.1 


1.2 


1.8 


4.9 


13.9 


21.8 


31.0 


25.2 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.4 


1.7 


2.1 


6.2 


16.5 


23.6 


27.5 


22.0 


Subunits not included in 


























13.1 


9.2 


16.1 


23.4 


17.9 


13.5 


6.4 


1950... 


100.0 


0.7 


9.5 


8.5 


16.8 


26.3 


19.4 


13.0 


5.8 


number 1954 .. . 


100.0 


0.4 


9.5 


6.5 


11.9 


19.5 


17.1 


18.6 


16.4 


1950. . . 


100.0 


0.9 


7.2 


6.3 


12.3 


20.6 


20.0 


17.5 


15.3 




100.0 
100.0 


0.3 

0.7 


9.3 
6.2 


6.8 
5.9 


12.4 
12.0 


20.3 
20.6 


17.0 
19.8 


17.6 
18.5 


16.3 


1950... 


16.5 


Other tenants , not croppers nor share 






















100.0 


0.6 


9.9 


5.8 


10.8 


17.9 


17.5 


20.7 


16.8 


1950... 


100.0 


1.3 


8.5 


6.8 


12.7 


20.6 


20.2 


16.2 


13.8 


Land in subunits not included in multiple 






















100.0 


0.9 


7.4 


5.0 


10.0 


17.6 


18.3 


21.5 


19.2 


1950. . . 


100.0 


1.4 


5.9 


5.3 


10.8 


19.7 


21.8 


18.8 


16.4 


Percent of cropland bnrveated repreaented by apecified cropai 






















100.0 




100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1949... 


100.0 




100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 




25.1 




39.8 


38.8 


37.8 


35.1 


29.6 


21.9 


13.3 


1949... 


26.9 




43.0 


39.6 


37.7 


34.6 


29.9 


23.4 


16.7 




27.7 




16.0 


18.6 


20.3 


22.7 


25.7 


29.4 


34.0 


1949... 


35.5 




17.8 


22.4 


25.6 


29.0 


32.4 


38.0 


45.8 




3.0 
2.5 




14.6 
12.9 


11.2 
9.2 


8.7 
6.8 


5.4 

4.0 


2.9 
2.3 


1.3 
1.2 




1949... 


0.4 




1.5 




(Z) 


(z) 


0.1 


0.1 


0.4 


1.7 


3.7 


1949... 


0.6 




(Z) 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.3 


0.8 


1.3 


Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing... .acres 1954... 


2.2 




0.5 


0.8 


1.3 


2.1 


3.0 


3.0 


1.5 


1949... 


3.6 




0.6 


1.1 


1.7 


3.2 


4.8 


4.7 


2.6 



Z Less than 0.05. 



SI MMARY 

Summary Table 19.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



43 



and explanatii 



Mol liplr-unit operatiena number 

Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 

Hone farms number 

Proportion of multiple-unit operations with a 
home farm percent 

Cropper farms .number 

Land is aaltiple-onit operations total acres 

Home farms acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit 
operations percent 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested. total acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit 
operations percent 

Cora, harvested for grain nultiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested. 



bushels 

.multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvest 



.multiple units reporting 
3ubunits reporting 



1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950. . 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954. . 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 

1954. . 
1950. . 
1954.. 

195 .. 



1949. 

. 149. 

1 «9. 

• -. 

• ■.. 
L949. 

- ... 

! 154. 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting i954. . . 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Pemata harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954. . . 

1949. . . 



Ivor 



■lea multiple 



nits reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950... 

taiaiag aaltiple nailei 

farm number 1954. .. 

1950.. 

Land in all subunits including home farm acres 1954.. 

1950... 

Owned by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 1954... 

1950... 
Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant 

operation percent 1954. . . 

1950... 

Rented by operator of multiple unit 1 acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Subunits not included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. .. 

1950... 

Share tenants number 1954... 

1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers nor share 

tenants number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in subunits not included in multiple 



131,877 
147,441 
403,186 
469,270 
126,741 
138,034 

96.1 

93.6 

276,445 

331,236 

44,300,286 
47,105,680 
37,181,363 
37,342,508 

83.9 

79.3 

7,118,923 

9,763,172 



33.6 

34.7 

118,009 

134,536 

252,634 

315,088 

3,739,539 

4,400,828 

66,545,737 

99,431,279 

87,410 

102,289 

241,954 

302, 561 

4,127,689 

5,797,934 

3,055,985 

3,486,581 

56,649 

54,791 
114,223 
110,946 
440,106 
405,628 
544,253,018 
479,109,200 



229,751 

102,088 

13,465,980 

4,854,653 



12,577 
17,286 
27,130 
40,629 
334,429 
587,121 
271,682,188 
493,382,939 

102,481 
125,671 
353,514 
546,848 



478,199 
576, 820 
47,987,442 
52,680,301 
38,252,444 
42,749,369 

79.7 

81.1 

9,734,998 

9,930,932 

32,322 
42,946 
75,013 
107,550 
51,214 
61,776 



Number of subunits 



96.3 

94.0 

87,064 

98,201 

17,893,847 
18,518,750 
15,379,371 
15,238,291 

. 
82.6 
2,514,476 
3,230,459 



30.6 

31.4 

73,958 

83,455 

109,945 

130,379 

1,604,194 

1,788,602 

28,937,687 

41,266,349 

49,979 

57,572 

74,357 

91,019 

1,173,841 

1,605,734 

760,283 

836,596 

37,923 
36,461 
55,473 
53,414 
192,659 
174,700 
236,332,349 
205,846,310 



90,285 

51,076 

5,356,814 

2,401,781 



6,979 

9,426 

9,557 

13,865 

120,139 

192,613 

92,360,335 

157,616,078 

62,909 
77,152 
150,329 
227,190 



200,188 
229,298 
19,351,695 
20,709,221 
15,822,376 
17,144,639 

81.8 

82.8 

3,529,319 

3,564,582 

17,933 
23,254 
32,274 
44,048 
22,179 
23, 837 



24,380 
27,118 
73,140 
81,354 
23,402 
25,308 

96.0 

93.3 

49,738 

56,046 

:' . - 1,061 
8,333,423 
6,825,634 
6,578,315 

83.5 

78.9 

1,345,432 

1,755,108 



32.0 
33.6 

22,504 
25,402 
49,441 
57,924 
738, 567 
821,074 
,174,704 
,662,547 
17,193 
20,284 
39,703 
47,838 



10,974 
10,360 
24,934 
22,897 
95,440 
84,468 
117,923,614 
99,850,222 



37,434 

17,049 

2,197,461 

777,413 



2,691 

3,686 

5,500 

7,874 

65,402 

115,394 

52,322,806 

95,464,818 

19,863 
23,846 
65,519 
97,645 



86,352 
99,205 
8,870,320 
9,280,045 
7,124,929 
7,545,721 

80.3 

81.3 

1,745,391 

1,734,324 

6,037 
8,162 
13,212 
17,851 
9,168 
10,357 



95.5 

92.9 

29,290 

33,196 

4,541,194 
4,857,172 
3,764,704 
3,816,679 

82.9 

78.6 

776,490 

1,040,493 



33.1 

33.3 

6,912 

10,131 

25,867 



10,314,297 
7,615 
8,918 
24,346 
28,850 
407,547 
545,061 
296,293 
308,750 



12, 197 
11,355 
50,738 
43,861 
62,915,948 
52,190,765 



17,629 
10,324 
976,423 
516, 894 



1,212 
1,684 
3,347 
4,884 
42,674 
73,250 
33,661,107 
62,296,273 

8,045 
9,615 
35,343 
53,483 



45,706 
53,985 
4,925,276 
5,404,418 
3,915,825 
4,397,930 

79.5 



2,832 
3,833 
7,234 
10,745 
4,761 
6,102 



10,627 
12,507 
65,241 
76,646 
10,137 
11,516 

95.4 



'. 31 . :■■ 

8,392,571 
6,655,076 
6,373,502 

82.3 

75.9 

1,431,740 

2,019,069 



35.5 

36.3 

9,722 

11,559 

40,833 

51,322 

642,662 

770,266 

10,868,582 

16,866,301 

9,413 

11,240 

49, 572 

58,795 

908,969 

1,184,769 

699,736 

728,605 

3,378 
3,604 
16,174 
16,740 
73, 392 
71,208 
91,607,706 
84,093,116 



46,660 

10,977 

2,807,080 

479, 512 



1,447 

2,045 

6,203 

9,285 

80,419 

140,942 

67,954,332 

120,125,813 

8,885 

11,131 
60, 514 



78, 237 
95,219 
8,801,198 
9,483,935 
6,746,918 
7,509,481 

76.7 



3,924 
5,185 
12,996 
18,573 
8,384 
11,004 



2,480 
3,092 
32,043 
40,283 



95.8 

93.2 

29,667 

37,402 

3,476,250 
3,959,011 



81.5 

75.8 

643,264 

959 i95 



41.1 

40.0 

2,172 

2,811 

16,071 

22,816 

234,385 

325,276 

4,153,615 

7,100,491 

2,401 

2,993 

28,610 

35,702 

551,558 

757,505 

462,103 

505,193 

440 



4,942 

22,742 

23,072 

28,639,338 



19,778 

6,671 

1,151,658 

359,547 



219 

384 

1,921 

3,567 

20,360 

52,266 

19,756,423 

46,556,471 

2,066 
2,759 
26,233 
42,677 



37,899 
48,858 
3,770,517 
4,396,280 
2,865,911 
3,396,651 

76.0 

77.3 

904,606 

999,629 



1 Land in managed landlord-tenant operations classified on basis of whether owned or rented by the employer. 



44 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 20.-SPECIF1ED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES 

OF 1954 AND 1950 





Multiple-unit 


Number of subunits 


(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


2 


3 


* 


5 to 9 


10 to 19 


20 or more 


AVERAGE PER MULTIPLE UNIT 1 
















It* 1 "t ©Derations number 1954 


3.1 


2.0 


3.0 


4.0 


6.1 


12.9 


32.4 


1950. . . 


3.2 


2.0 


3.0 


4.0 


6.1 


13.0 


33.0 




335.9 


213.1 


335.2 


472.2 


761.0 


1,401.7 


2,614.9 


1950. . . 


319.5 


199.9 


307.3 


449.3 


671.0 


1,280.4 


2,362.1 


Cro land harvested acres 1954 


113.0 


65.2 


107.4 


156.2 


270.2 


576.5 


1,238.7 


1949... 


110.8 


62.8 


103.4 


149.6 


243.5 


511.9 


1,138.0 




31.7 


21.7 


32.8 


44.1 


66.1 


107.9 


171.3 


1949. . . 


32.7 


21.4 


32.3 


45.3 


66.6 


115.7 


200.9 




47.2 


23.5 


37.2 


53.5 


96.6 


229.7 


552.2 


1949. . . 


56.7 


27.9 


42.7 


61.1 


105.4 


253.1 


654.0 


T bacco harvested acres 1954 


7.8 

7.4 


5.1 
4.8 


8.7 
8.2 


13.0 
11.6 


21.7 
19.8 


51.7 
44.5 


128.4 


1949... 


110.9 


Rice harvested acres 1954 


246.8 
193.3 


202.0 
146.8 


275.2 
227.3 


244.8 
234.6 


286.3 
322.9 


286.6 
513.2 


408.3 


1949... 


427.9 


P a ts harvested for ni.clri.nE or threshing acres 1954 


26.6 


17 2 


24.3 


35.2 


55.6 


93.1 


186.7 


1949. . . 


34.0 


20.4 


31.3 


43.5 


68.9 


136.1 


207.5 


les number 1954 


2.7 
3.7 


1.8 
2.5 


2.7 
3.6 


3.7 
4.9 


5.7 
7.3 


10.6 
13.8 


19.1 


1950... 


27.0 


AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT IN MULTIPLE UNITS 1 
















Land in subunits acres 1954 


109.9 
100.4 


100.0 


111.7 
102.4 


118.0 
112.3 


124.0 
109.5 


108.5 


80.8 


1950... 


98 


3 


71.6 




37.0 


32.6 


35.8 


39.1 


44.0 


44 


6 


38.3 


1949... 


34.8 


31.4 


34.5 


37.4 


39.7 


39 


3 


34.5 


C rn harvested for grain acres 1954 


14.8 


14.6 


14.9 


15.2 


15.7 


14 


6 


12.1 


1949. . . 


14.0 


13.7 


14.2 


15.1 


15.0 


14 


3 


10.7 




17.1 
19.2 


15.8 
17.6 


16.1 
18.1 


16.7 
18.9 


18.3 

20.2 


19 
21 


3 

2 


17.6 


1949... 


20.8 




3.9 


3.5 


3.8 


4.2 


4.5 


5 


1 


5.1 


1949. . . 


3.7 


3.3 


3.7 


3.9 


4.3 


4 


7 


5.2 




195.5 


170.0 


187.2 


L89.1 


211.1 


250 


'• 


352.3 


1949... 


143.6 


123.4 


144.5 


161.3 


171.5 


196 


2 


352.4 




12.3 


12.6 


11.9 


12.7 


13.0 


10 


6 


9.0 


1949... 


14.5 


13.9 


14.7 


15.0 


15.2 


14 


6 


11.2 


Horses and mules number 1954 


0.9 
1.2 


0.9 
1.2 


0.9 

1.2 


0.9 
1.2 


0.9 

1.2 




1 


8 

1 


0.6 


1950... 


0.8 


AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 
















Com harvested for grain bushels 1«54 


17.8 
22.6 


18.0 
23.1 


17.8 
22.7 


17.5 
22.5 


16.9 
21.9 


17.7 
21.8 


20.0 


1949... 


22.1 




0.74 
0.60 


0.65 
0.52 


0.69 
0.55 


0.73 
0.57 


0.77 
0.61 


0.84 
0.67 


0.89 


1949... 


0.75 




1,237 


1,227 


1,236 


1,240 


1,248 


1,259 


1,331 


1949... 


1,181 


1,178 


1,182 


1,190 


1,181 


1,204 


1,124 




58.6 

47.6 


59.3 

47.0 


58.7 
45.6 


55.4 
50.1 


60.2 
43.7 


58.2 
53.9 


54.4 


1949... 


53.3 




812 


769 


800 


789 


845 


969 


1,039 


1949... 


840 


818 


827 


850 


852 


891 


895 



^Averages for cropland harvested and horses and mules based on all farms or units; all other averages based on units i 



SUMMARY 



45 



Summary Table 21-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS. WITH PERCENT OF 
CROPLAND HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Number of subunits 



Moltiple-uai t operation* number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Subunits In multiple-unit operations total number 1954., 

1950.. 

Home farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Land in nl tiple-unit operation* total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Home farms acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954 . . 

1950.. 

"rnpland barvealed total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cora harvested for grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunitB reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 

Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

acres 1954 . . 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peoaoto harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954 . . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954 . . 

1949.. 



Horaea 



nd amino multiple 



reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Landlord. Irnanl operaliono eontninin* naltiple anits: 

All subunits Including home farm number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Land in all subunits including home farm acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Rented by operator of multiple unit acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
Subunits not Included In multiple 

units operators reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Share tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Other tenants, not croppers nor shore tenants number 1954.. 

1950.. 
Land in subunits not Included in multiple units acres 1954.. 



aled rep 

Corn harvested for grain 

Cotton harvested 

Tobacco harvested 

Rice harvested 

Peanuts harvested for picking i 



ed by apecified cropo: 



1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
1949.. 
1954.. 
19491. 



Percent 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

10 ,c 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
101.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
25.1 
26.9 
27.7 
35.5 
3.0 
2.5 



nt 


Percent 


63.7 


18.5 


62.S 


18.4 


41.6 


18.1 


39.5 


17.3 


63.8 


18.5 


63.1 


18.3 


31.5 


18.0 


29.6 


16.9 


40.4 


18.4 


39.3 


17.7 


41.4 


18.4 


40.9 


17.6 


35.3 


18.9 


33.1 


18.0 


36.7 


17.6 


35.6 


17.2 


62.7 


19.1 


62.0 


18.9 


43.5 


19.< 


41.4 


18.4 


42.9 


19.8 


40.6 


18.7 


43.5 


19.8 


41.5 


18.8 


57.2 


19.7 


56.3 


19.8 


30.7 


16.4 


30.1 


15.8 


28.4 


15.5 


27.7 


14.9 


24.9 


14.4 


24.0 


13.7 


66.9 


19.4 


66.5 


18.9 


48.6 


21.8 


48.1 


20.6 


43.8 


21.7 


43.1 


20.8 


43.4 


21.7 


43.0 


20.8 


48.0 


14.6 


65.9 


14.2 


45.2 


17.0 


58.2 


16.6 


39.3 


16.3 


50.0 


16.7 


39.8 


16.3 


49.5 


16.0 


55.5 


21.4 


54.5 


21.3 


35.2 


20.3 


34.1 


19.4 


35.9 


19.6 


32.8 


19.7 


34.0 


19.3 


31.9 


19.3 


61.4 


19.4 


61.4 


19.0 


42.5 


18.5 


41.5 


17.9 


41.9 


18.1 


39.8 


17.2 


40.3 


18.5 


39.3 


17.6 


41.4 


18.6 


40.1 


17.7 


36.3 


17.9 


35.9 


17.5 


55.5 


18.7 


54.1 


19.0 


43.0 


17.6 


41.0 


16.6 


■ . I 


17.9 


38.6 


16.8 


42.4 


17.0 


44.2 


16.4 


39.5 


19.0 


39.3 


17.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


29.3 


28.2 


30.7 


29.3 


21.5 


24.4 


27.6 


30.9 



10.3 
10.3 
10.1 
10.2 
10.9 
10.7 



10.'' 
10.4 
10. I 



L0.7 
10.2 

.. 
1 ..-' 
U.l 

. .■• 



12. 

L2.S 

;. .5 
12.4 
L2.6 



10.3 
10. 
10.2 

U . I 
10.4 



10.4 
10.1 
10.4 



100.0 
100.0 
26.1 
28.4 
27.1 
33.7 



17.9 

i-.l 
20.1 



16.2 
16.3 
17.2 
17.5 
16.3 
17.0 

10.8 

11.0 

19.4 

... 
21 ., 

0.'.'! 

20.9 



14.2 

1( .7 
17.6 



20.3 

i .8 

.J. . : ; 



U.S 
11.8 
22.9 
22.9 
24.] 
.'.... 
25.0 
.... 



18.3 
L8.0 
17.6 
17.6 
21.1 
19.9 

i. ..: 
12.1 
17. < 
17.3 



11.7 
18.9 



20.5 
38.6 
47.9 



46 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 22.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANTS IN LANDLORD-TENANT 
OPERATION: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



in landlord -tenant operati 



Croppers and tenant 

other than share 

tenants only 



Multiple-unit operat 






Subunits in multiple-unit operations total number 

Home farms total number 

Proportion of multiple-unit operations with a home farm. ..percent 
Cropper farms number 

Land in nui ( iple-unit operations total acres 

Home farms acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Proportion of all land in multiple-unit operations percent 

Corn harvested for grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



ultiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



•multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Horses and aules multiple units reporting 

Landlord* tenant operations containing aultiple units: 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit 2 acres 

Proportion of all land in the landlord-tenant 
operation percent 

Rented by operator of multiple unit 2 acres 

Subunits not included in multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in multiple units acres 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

; 154. 

] )5C . 

: 154. 

1950. 

1954. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 

1950. 

1954. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954., 

1954. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1 9 54 . 
1949. 

: )54. 

1 14 I. 

1954. 
194 I. 

1954. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 

1950., 
1954. 
195C . 



403,186 
469,270 
126,741 
138,034 
96.1 
93.6 
276,445 
331,236 

44,300,286 
47,105,680 
37,181,363 
37,342,508 
83.9 
79.3 
7,118,923 
9,763,172 



118,009 

134, 536 

252,634 

315,088 

3,739,539 

4,400,828 

66,545,737 

99,431,279 

87,410 

102,289 

241,954 

302,561 

4,127,689 

5,797,934 

3,055,985 

3,486,581 

56,649 
54,791 
114,223 
110,946 
440,106 
405, 62e 
544,253,018 
479,109,200 

931 



229,751 

102,088 

13,465,980 

4,854,653 

12, 577 
17,286 
27,130 
40,629 
334,429 
587,121 
271,682,188 
493,382,939 

102,481 
125,671 
353,514 
546,848 



478,199 
576,820 
47,987,442 
52,680,301 
38,252,444 
42,749,369 

79.7 

81.1 

9,734,998 

9,930,932 

32,322 
42,946 
75,013 
107,550 
51,214 
61,776 
23, 799 
45,774 

3,687,156 



283,406 
299,971 
95,870 
98,204 
96.3 
94.0 
187,536 
201,767 

26,051,936 
24,948,138 
21,366,566 
19,099,735 
82.0 
76.6 
4,685,370 
5,848,166 

9,848,200 

9, 840, 119 

37.8 

39.4 

89,391 

95,803 
180,395 
206,493 
2,584,510 
2,799,342 
46,982,573 
65,153,651 

63,959 

70,164 

161,733 

183,256 

2,686,379 

3,399,449 

1,963,358 

2,029,093 

44,702 
41,266 
87,436 
80,707 
328,293 
288,636 
408,739,602 
343,223,220 

541 



124,096 

43,390 

7,467,846 

2,009,937 

9,171 
12,110 
18,911 
26,960 
223,186 
373,364 
182,840,290 
315,961,634 

76,981 
89,960 
234,195 
336,862 



283,406 
299,971 
26,051,936 
24,948,138 
20,094,153 
L9.5I ,001 

77.1 



116,625 
22,859 
25,012 
95.4 
92.0 
66,671 
91,613 

13,649,247 
15,772,257 
11,802,660 
13,033,097 
86.5 
82.6 
1,846,587 
2,739,397 



29.3 

21, 303 

24, 531 

54,450 

74,407 

857,422 

1,095,010 

14,880,119 

23,386,310 

16,990 

21,629 

58,866 

86,452 

1,049,929 

1,767,447 

796,902 

1,083,522 

9,742 
8,064 
21,974 
19,171 
91,134 
76,015 
110,622,882 
87,851,386 

329 



86,381 

49,638 

4,929,250 

2,358,247 

2,377 

3,040 

5,907 

8,366 

75,805 

133,703 

63,357,180 

114,434,565 

19,029 
22,651 
91,616 
147,911 



149,954 
198,603 
16,663,677 
20, 142, 159 
13,816,268 
16,829,227 

82.9 

83.6 

2,847,409 

3,312,932 

23,957 
27,176 
60,424 
81,978 
51,214 
61,776 
9,210 
20,202 



of these landlord-tenant operat 



Sl'MMARV 



47 



Summary Table 23—SPECIFIED AVERAGES FOR MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY KIND OF TENANTS IN LANDLORD-TENANT 

OPERATION: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions and expla 



AVERAGE FEB MULTIPLE UNIT* 
Subunits in multiple-unit operations 



number 1954 

1950 
acres 1954 

1950 
acres 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 
acres 1954 

1949 
Horses and mules number 1954 

1950 



Land in multiple-unit operations 



Cropland harvested. 



Corn harvested for grain. 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harvested. 



Rice harves 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



Land in subunlt 



Cropland harvested. 



Corn harvested for grain. 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harvested. 



Rice harvested. 



Peanuts harvested for picking or threshing. 



AVERAGE PER SUBUNIT IN MULTIPLE UNITS' 

acres 1954 

1950 

acres 1954 

1949 

acrea 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

acres 1954 

1949 

Horses and mulea number 1954 

1950 

AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER ACRE 
Corn harvested for grain bushels 1954... 

1949... 
Cotton harvested bales 1954 . . . 

1949. . . 
Tobacco harvested pounds 1954. . . 

1949. . . 
Rice harvested bushels 1954... 

1949... 
Peanuts harvested for picking or thre3hlng pounds 1954. . . 

1949... 



3.2 

335.9 
319.5 
113.0 
110.8 
31.7 
32.7 
--.2 
56.7 



246.8 
193.3 
26.6 
34.0 






109.9 
100.4 
37.0 
34.8 
14.8 
14.0 
17.1 
19.2 
3.9 
3.7 
195.5 
143.6 
12.3 
14.5 






17.8 
22.6 
0.74 
0.60 
1,237 
1,181 
58.6 



2.9 
261.7 
238.7 
98.9 

*-.: 
28.^ 
29.2 
42.0 
48.5 
7.3 
7.0 
229.4 
159.5 
24.3 
30.8 
2.4 



i . • 
83.2 

12.8 

v.. I 
L3.6 
L6.I 

:-'.■ 



185.8 
121.2 



18.2 
23.3 

0.73 
0.60 
1,245 
1,189 
60.2 
46.3 
819 



4.3 
569.7 
580.4 
156.2 
169.9 
40.2 
44.6 
61 . 8 
81.7 
9.4 
9.4 
262.6 
245.7 
31.9 
44.0 
3.8 



152.5 
135.2 

41.8 
39.6 
15.7 
14.7 
17.8 
20.4 
4.1 
4.0 
200.4 
185.2 
12.8 
16.0 
1.0 



21.4 
0.76 
0.61 
1,214 

1,156 
57.1 
47.5 



^Tenants other than croppers and share tenanta may also have been a part of t 
all farms or units; all other averages based on units or subunits reporting the 



Averages for cropland harvested and 



and mules based 



48 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 24-PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY KIND OF TENANTS IN LANDLORD-TENANT 
OPERATION. WITH PERCENT OF CROPLAND HARVESTED REPRESENTED BY SPECIFIED CROPS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Multiple-unit area, 
total 


Kind of 


tenant in landlord-tenant operation 


(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Croppers only 


Both croppers and 


Croppers and tenants 

other than share 

tenants only 




Percent 

100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
1O0.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
25.1 
26.9 
27.7 
35.5 
3.0 
2.5 
1.5 
0.6 
2.2 
3.6 


Percent 

75. 
70. 

70. 
63. 
75. 
71. 
67. 
60. 

58. 
53. 
57. 
51. 
65. 
59. 

66. 

60. 

75. 
71. 
71. 
65. 
69. 
63. 
70. 
65. 

73. 
68. 
66. 
60. 
65. 
58. 
64. 
58. 

78. 
75. 
76. 
72. 
74. 
71. 
75. 
71. 

58. 
51. 
56. 
50. 
54. 
42. 
55. 
41. 

72. 
70. 
69. 
66. 
66. 
63. 
67. 
64. 

75. 

71. 
66. 
61. 

59. 
52. 

54. 
47. 
52. 
45. 


Percent 

18.2 
18.4 

22.2 
24.8 
18.0 
18.1 
24.1 
27.7 

30.8 
33.5 
31.7 
34.9 
25.9 
28.1 

25.1 
28.3 

18.0 
18.2 
21.6 
23.6 
22.9 
24.9 
22.4 
23.5 

19.4 
21.1 
24.3 
28.6 
25.4 
30.5 
26.1 
31.1 

17.2 
14.7 
19.2 
1 17.3 
20.7 
18.7 
20.3 
18.3 

35.3 
) 38.3 

36.7 

37.7 
) 37.6 
> 48.6 
) 36.6 

48.6 

18.9 
17.6 
21.8 
20.6 
22.7 
22.8 
23.3 
) 23.2 

18.6 
18.0 
25.9 

27.0 

31.4 
34.4 
34.7 
38.2 
36.1 
39.4 
29.2 
33.4 
74.1 
63.3 
80.6 
76.2 
100.0 
100.0 
38.7 
44.1 
81.8 
78.4 

100.0 
100.0 
22.9 
23.7 
28.1 
38.3 
2.4 
1.6 
2.3 
1.1 
2.0 
2.9 


Percent 


1950. . . 


10.7 


1950... 


11.2 


1950... 


10.7 


1950 .. . 
1950... 


11.4 

10.4 
13.6 

10.8 


1950... 


14.0 


1950... 


12.0 


1949... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 


11.5 

6.2 
10.6 

7.0 
10.9 

8.0 
11.5 

7.0 
11.0 

7.4 


1949 . . . 
subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949... 


10.3 
8.8 

10.9 
9.5 

10.9 
9.7 

10.7 

3.9 


1949 .. . 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


10.0 
4.2 

10.0 
4.7 

10.1 
4.6 

10.0 

6.6 


1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949 . . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Peanuts harvested for picking or 


10.2 
6.5 

12.0 
8.4 
8.9 
7.9 

10.0 

8.2 


1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


12.4 
8.5 
13.1 
10.6 
13.6 
9.4 
12.8 


1950... 
number 1954... 
1950... 
Landlord-tenant operations containing Multiple nnitat 


10.4 
7.8 
11.4 


1950... 


13.6 


1950... 


14.4 


1950... 


14.9 


1950... 

Subunits not included in multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


5- 

10( 
IOC 
2 
2 


.C 

.1 


12.4 
25.9 
36.7 
19.4 
23.8 


1950... 
1950... 


61.3 
55.9 


1950... 
I'cripn! of cropland harvested represented by specified crops: 

1949... 
1949... 


21.6 

100.0 
100.0 
22.7 
26.9 


1949... 


34. 
3.. 
2.< 


33.6 
1.6 


1949 . . . 


2.2 
1.5 


1949 . . . 
1949... 


( 


.1 
.£ 


0.5 
2.7 
4.3 



tenants other than croppers and share 



been a part of these land lord- tenant operatlo: 



SUMMARY 



49 



Summary Table 25.-FARMS IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREAS REPORTING COTTON BY NUMBER OF ACRES 
HARVESTED AND NUMBER OF BALES HARVESTED: CENSUS OF 1954 






260, u; 



ebaaa, total... 

Area 2 

Areas 3 and A. 
Areas 4 and 3. 

Areas 6 and C. 
Areai -' and I . 



176,956 

25,025 
19,556 
15,253 

25,930 

6,430 
6,903 



106,592 
15,641 
17,047 
7,560 
7,324 
15,820 
18,769 
19,291 
3,244 
1,896 



99,285 
12,760 
16,521 
6,966 
7,068 
14,987 
18,055 
17,968 
3,197 
1,763 



24,447 
1,514 

2,019 
2,246 
3,970 
5,746 
3,317 
1,952 
707 



41,448 
3,880 
8,187 
2,606 
3,036 
6,502 
8,024 
7,616 
955 
642 



33,390 
7,366 
5,358 
2,341 
1,786 
4,515 
4,285 
7,035 
290 
414 



5,696 

2,171 



103,690 
14,714 

16,844 
7,260 
7,236 

15,490 

18,485 

18,i 
3,230 
. 



Area 3 (par-) 
Area 5 

Area "a 



area da 

Area 8b 



91,939 

. 
10,649 
13,523 
22,405 
5,985 

9,966 



63,220 

3,462 
4,128 
5,520 
13,221 

3,556 
20,100 

.. 



46,117 
2,837 
3,332 
4,719 

U,4L2 
2,645 

14,952 
6,220 



12,969 

1,099 

1,163 
1,652 
2,465 

843 
3,944 
1,8 



29,193 

1,337 
1,589 
2,058 
8,328 
1,534 
10,331 



52,075 
3,277 
3,854 
5,244 

14,076 
■ . : " ■ 

15,700 
6,815 






. 



5,528 

, 
3,960 



1,499 
3,918 



516 
2,389 



1,515 
3,944 



Areas 1 and A. . . . 

Area 2 

Areas 3 and B... . 
Area 4a 

Areas 5, C, and D. 

Area 7t 

Area 8 

Areas 9 and E 



165,523 

28,601 
21,008 
11,821 

6,991 
13,552 

8,499 
20,210 
25,673 



9,335 
12,003 

9,842 
4,885 
12,605 
14,303 
1,458 



71,393 

4,488 

375 

9,054 

10,877 

5,300 
2,952 

8,055 
4,134 

13,526 



13,936 



2,537 
1,720 



1,306 
3,234 



4,013 
2,037 
1,005 

1,505 
4,595 



2,568 

1,858 
1,441 
4,910 
2,193 



76,183 
4,689 

9,292 

5,641 
3,304 
9,300 
4,492 

11,982 

14,009 
1,450 



Area 1 

Area 2 

Area 3a 

Area 3b 

Area 4 

Area 5 

Areas 6, A, and 

Area 7 

Areas 8 and C . . 



169,270 

13,125 

17,499 
11,962 



. . . 
11,665 

25,977 



Areas 1 and A. 

Area 2 

Area 3 

Area 4 

Areas 5 and B. 

Area 7 

Area 8 



111,127 
13,176 
20,921 
19,238 
U,608 
17,450 

10,270 



51,348 
6,362 

13,558 
4,646 
3,866 
1,959 
2,282 
1,763 



47,077 
5,464 
14,395 
13,324 
4,168 

3,850 
1,935 
2,253 
1,688 



1,067 
1,169 



19,670 
1,976 
4,649 

7,751 
1,547 
1,168 



18,593 
2,642 

8,679 

3,707 

1,452 

320 



5,659 
15,392 
13,185 
4,513 
3,852 
1,934 



rootm 



end of table 



50 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Summary Table 25.-FARMS IN MULTIPLE-UNIT AREAS REPORTING COTTON BY NUMBER OF ACRES 
' HARVESTED AND NUMBER OF BALES HARVESTED: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 



Number of farms by i 



of cotton harvested 



Wi* 



ippi 



al... 



Area 2 

Areas 3 and A 

Area 6a 

Area 6b 

Areas 7 and 8 

Missouri , selected 

Area 9a 

Area 9b 

North Carolina, 

selected counties... 

Area 1 (part) 

Area 2 

Areas 3, B, and C. . 

Area 4b 

Areas 5 and D 

Areas 6 and E 

Area 8 

Area 10 

Area 11 

Soath Carolina, 

Area 2 

Areas 5, A, and B. . 

Area 7 

Areas 8 and C 

Tennessee , selec ted 

Areas 1 and A 

Area 2 

Area 3 

Areas 5 and B 

Area 6 (part) 

Area 8b 1 

Teiaa, selected 

Areas 8, 
C, D, and E 

Area 10 

Area 12 

Areas 14, G, and H 
Area 15 

Virginia, selected 

Areas 3 and A 
(part) 

Areas 6 and C 

(part) 

Area 7 2 

Area 10 2 

1 Alao includes Sev 



44,539 
33,598 
23,384 
23,859 

19,228 
38,635 
20,914 
11,758 



16,535 
11,002 
41,371 
12,505 

13,454 
22,225 
33,514 



12,699 
27,107 
25,505 
13,230 



40,! I 
19,620 
11,992 
10,231 

29,494 
7,872 

37,137 



48,034 

- . ' 

12,929 



15 ,482 
27,219 
7,894 



42,792 
28,221 
13,568 
17,506 

13,834 
25,359 
12,867 
2,102 



11,508 
17,272 
10,799 



2,198 
9,229 
5,671 
5,319 

7,684 
21,817 
16,990 

7,186 



33,215 
12,727 
2,910 



6,064 
7,909 
5,757 

15,826 

8,168 
6,193 



37,122 
26,500 
13,259 
16,835 

13,149 
24,798 
12,666 
2,077 



4,097 
10,998 
17,112 
10,651 



2,168 
8,733 
5,402 

5,141 

6,859 

18,980 
16 ,703 
7,108 



30,133 
12,279 
2,785 



2,824 
6,316 
4,840 



1,745 
1,015 
1,425 

1,421 
2,720 
5,658 
4,151 



5,370 
11,797 
5,379 



1,677 
1,070 



1,318 
4,377 
6,370 
3,791 



1,027 
3,444 
2,162 
2,215 

2,556 

6,774 
7,841 
2,217 



17,916 

10,204 
4,668 
1,221 

1,448 



1,331 
1,422 
1 ,803 



23,561 
12,576 
2,766 
6,586 

4,955 
6,685 
2,447 



3,544 
2,225 
1,501 

2,882 
9,486 
3,204 



6,949 
2,395 
3,786 
1,616 



1,074 
1,270 
1,477 



38 


648 


2,505 


26 


838 


1,009 


13 


387 


116 


17 


20] 


274 


13 


573 


207 


25 


141 


188 



11,406 
17,162 
10,713 



2,191 
9,132 
5,636 
5,247 

7,438 
20,612 
16,880 



.■■■,■••■ 
5,636 
7,717 
3,839 



1,732 



independent citi 



SUMMARY 

Summary Table 26.-MULTIPLE UNITS REPORTING COTTON BY NUMBER OF ACRES HARVESTED 
AND NUMBER OF BALES HARVESTED: CENSUS OF 1954 



51 



State and economic 



Total 
multiple 



porting 
cotton 

vested 

(number) 



Number of multiple units by i 



of cotton harvested 











Area 2 


Areas 3 


and 


« 


Areas 4 


and 


B 








Areas t 


and 




Area 7a 














and 


D 


Arkanaaa, selected 


Area 3 (part) 










Area 7a 
























Fl.riJe, 3 


lected 




l.r..r,!. tOtal 




Areas 1 


HT ! 




Areas 3 


and 


a 








Area 4a 












Areas 5 


c, 


and D 


























Areas 9 


and 


E 


KeBlaeky, 


selected 


























Areas 6 


. A, 


and B 








Areas 8 and 


C 


Uui.i.... 




Areas 1 


and 
















and 


B 













9,720 
2,005 



1,301 
1,152 



1,771 
1,992 



2,496 
3,338 



1,812 
2,153 



1,933 
1,287 



1,200 
1,075 



1,443 
1,907 



2,257 
2,745 



1,261 
2,180 



1,160 
1,107 



1,322 
1,404 



1,653 
2,451 



See footnotes at end of table . 



52 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Summary Table 26.-MULTIPLE UNITS REPORTING COTTON BY NUMBER OF ACRES HARVESTED 
AND NUMBER OF BALES HARVESTED: CENSUS OF 1954-Continued 





Total 
multiple 


Multiple 






Number 


of multiple units by acr 


is of col 




rvested 






Numb 


sr of mu 


ltiple 


mlts b 
vested 


' bal " ° f 




porting 

vested 
(number) 


Under 25 acres 


25 to 
49 


50 to 


100 to 499 acres 


500 
999 


1,000 


Under 

25 
bales 


25 
bales 


50 
99 


100 
499 


500 
to 
999 


1,000 




Total 


Under 
5 acres 


'acres 


10 to 


Total 


100 
to 
199 


200 
299 


300 

499 


Mississippi, total. .. 


18,041 

4,277 
3,349 
1,194 
1,997 

1,920 

3,677 

1,502 

125 

1,434 

327 
1,107 

26,403 

1,306 
240 

5,854 
646 

645 
1,903 
3,685 
2,485 

5,111 

1,182 

533 

2,813 

11,569 

381 
1,712 
1,111 

894 

885 
2,906 
3,319 

361 

15,004 

5,066 
1,182 
483 
1,301 
2,831 

554 
3,587 

: . : ■ 

2,253 
372 

633 
529 

863 
423 

17 

6,701 

424 

1,548 

139 

839 

3,169 

582 


17,519 

4,258 
3,304 
1,124 
1,948 

1,849 
3,556 
1,410 

70 

1,416 

316 
1,100 

12,568 

5 
325 
148 

523 
1,773 
2,522 
1,886 

3,672 
966 

115 
633 

1 ,' 7 

298 
1,603 
1,057 

856 

852 
2,839 
2,866 

300 

7,381 

5,000 
1,078 

181 

936 
186 

4,512 

2,139 
326 
54 3 

453 

687 
350 
17 

612 

11 
267 
334 


9,291 

580 
1,457 

803 
1,280 

1,100 
2,835 

1,170 
66 

162 

71 
91 

10,795 

5 
315 

128 

446 
1,208 
2,397 
1,576 

3,332 

• • : 

112 
611 

6,990 

245 

1,013 

660 

591 

437 

1,327 

2,468 

249 

4,178 

2,184 
848 
142 

838 
166 

1,050 

160 
98 

211 
87 

393 

98 
3 

589 

11 
263 

315 


704 

5 
57 
107 
82 

92 

199 
149 

13 

3,191 

3 
201 
64 

107 
99 
813 
491 

856 
96 
74 

387 

708 

31 

63 
32 
52 

17 
42 
410 
61 

564 

63 
131 
21 

300 

69 

5 

8 
2 

42 
5 

304 

10 

167 
127 


2,613 

56 
285 
304 
308 

307 
914 
415 
24 

12 

3,882 

2 

37 

158 
358 
90S 
501 

1,411 

260 

145 

' . 2 • '. 

83 
296 

176 
191 

87 
305 

1,016 
77 

971 

370 
235 

43 

269 
54 

17 
19 
50 
8 

129 
22 
2 

174 

1 

107 


5,974 

519 

1,115 

392 

890 

701 

1,722 

606 

29 

140 

55 
85 

3,722 

38 
27 

181 
751 
676 
584 

L,06: 

309 
12 
79 

4,051 

131 
654 
452 
348 
333 
980 
1,042 
111 

2,643 

1,751 
482 
78 

269 
63 

734 

136 
74 
153 

77 

222 

71 
1 

111 

30 
81 


3,684 

985 
848 

176 
475 

452 

558 

187 

3 

385 

98 
287 

1,233 

9 
11 

55 
391 
109 
217 

246 

175 

3 

17 

2,130 

37 
369 
256 
168 
246 
751 
267 

36 

1,961 

1,655 
174 
30 

S3 
19 

851 

320 
69 

142 
91 

139 
88 
2 

18 
14 


2,029 

855 
546 
93 

141 

219 
134 

40 

1 

472 

85 
387 

394 

1 
5 

22 
135 
13 
62 

77 
75 

1,072 

13 
166 
103 

74 
120 
488 

97 

11 

380 

810 
53 
5 

11 
1 

1,149 

677 
60 

112 
123 

88 
85 


2,248 

1,592 

437 
51 
51 

75 
29 
13 

381 

60 
321 

144 

39 

J0 

16 
51 

1 

3 
54 
38 
23 
49 
263 
33 

4 

358 

347 

3 

1,401 

951 
87 

74 
144 

65 
75 
5 

1 
1 


1,255 

795 
287 
39 
44 

56 
22 

12 

287 

41 
246 

119 

2 

31 
3 
28 

14 
40 

1 

354 

3 

48 
30 
18 
38 
187 
27 
3 

285 

275 
3 

3 

947 

644 
52 
56 
91 

47 
55 
2 

1 

1 


541 

421 
86 
10 
6 

11 

1 

66 

13 
53 

15 

1 

1 

76 

3 

7 
5 
9 

46 
5 

1 

51 
50 

1 

296 

215 
13 
12 
34 

9 

12 
1 


452 

376 
64 
2 
1 

8 
1 

22 
10 

1 

2 

1 
5 

37 

3 

1 

2 

30 
1 

22 
22 

158 

92 
22 
6 

19 

8 
2 


214 

195 
15 

1 
1 

2 

10 

2 
8 

2 

1 
1 

10 
1 

8 

1 

50 

25 
12 
1 

7 

1 
3 
1 


53 

51 
1 

1 
6 

2 
2 

11 
6 

1 

1 
1 
2 


10,827 

885 
1,702 

902 
1,497 

1,343 

3,123 

1,308 

67 

176 

74 
102 

11,490 

5 
320 
137 

477 
1,528 
2.45S 
1,649 

3,422 

761 

114 
619 

8,604 

278 

1,349 

885 

698 

639 

1,859 

2,625 

271 

4, "' 

2,711 
922 

168 

901 

174 

2,668 

1,036 

207 
410 
264 

603 
143 

5 

600 

11 
323 


2,864 

930 
735 
128 
324 

325 

343 
77 
2 

92 
284 

804 

5 

41 
194 

60 
169 

193 

122 

1 

12 

1,337 

17 
1*3 
122 
106 
147 
566 
174 

22 

1,523 

1,354 

118 
9 

31 

11 

1,006 

676 
39 
96 
68 

50 
77 

1 
8 


1,719 

865 
477 
58 
96 

129 
71 
22 

1 

88 
384 

194 

1 

5 
38 
3 

50 

43 
53 

1 

515 

3 
62 
39 
39 
51 
267 
48 

6 

670 

626 
37 
3 

3 
1 

525 

323 

30 
24 
48 

23 

3 

3 


1,869 

1,363 
369 

34 
30 

51 
19 
3 

372 

58 
314 

80 

3 

13 

1 
18 

14 
30 

1 

20 ■ 

9 
11 
13 
15 
141 
19 

1 

304 

301 
1 
1 

1 

288 

101 
42 
10 
66 

10 
53 


192 

171 
18 
2 

1 

14 
10 

6 

6 

8 
8 

21 

3 
8 

5 

1 
2 
2 


48 
44 




3 








1 










Missouri, selected 


6 








6 


North ' in o 1 i ii". 
selected counties... 








Areas 3, B, and C. 




























Sontb Carolina, 








Tell 








Areas 5, A, and B 




Areas 8 and C 

Teooessee, selected 












Area i> 








Texas, selected 




Areas 8, C, D, 














2 






Areas 14, G, and H 
Virginia, selected 


1 
1 










Areas 3 and A 




Areas 6 and C 

















1 Also includes Sevier County from Area 



■ of independent i 



STATISTICS FOR STATES 

(53) 



55 



ALABAMA 

State Economic Areas 




LEGEND 



\ b | METROPOLITAN STATE ECONOMIC AREA 

I 2 | NONMETROPOLITAN STATE ECONOMIC AREA 



56 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrr OPERATIONS: 





Item 


The State 


Autauga 


Baldwin 


Barbour 


Bibb 


Blount 


Bullock 


Butler 


Cslhoun 




(For definitions and explanations, see text) 
























176,956 

211.512 


1.519 
1,869 


2,534 
2,969 


2,494 
2,848 


1,117 
1,508 


3,682 

4,746 


1,634 
1,897 


2,161 
2,859 


1.996 
2,446 


2 


1950... 






20.810,492 
20,888.784 


266,047 
270,956 


328 ,006 
325,479 


517,422 
484.545 


138,546 
151,457 


302,053 
331,190 


311,266 
318,704 


294,888 
296,753 


191,773 
208,839 


, 


1950... 






4,812,086 
5,729,421 


58,580 
69,575 


110,937 
93,337 


94,502 
112,238 


19,062 
26,770 


89.662 
110,053 


40,465 
59,123 


51,053 
72,264 


40,406 
55,251 


6 


1949... 


7 




129,701 


1,095 


1,616 


1,898 


820 


2.905 


1,321 


1,639 


1,334 


8 


1949. . . 


169,251 


1,504 


1,815 


2,420 


1,179 


3,881 


1,432 


2,356 


1,854 


9 


acres 1954. . . 


2.076,074 


20,737 


28,529 


36,664 


10,653 


46, a8 


17,123 


26,796 


19,156 


10 


1949. . . 


2,299,479 


28,695 


26,232 


41.758 


15.133 


44,921 


21,261 


36,745 


23,806 


11 


bushels 1954... 


26,033,362 


213 ,977 


910,020 


461,490 


143 .912 


575,737 


186,390 


347,461 


320,774 


12 


1949... 


40,972,309 


525,870 


621 .786 


559,577 


297,173 


1,106,476 


208,951 


572 ,192 


431,100 


13 




106,592 


845 


452 


1,675 


496 


2,206 


1,137 


1,248 


696 


14 


1949... 


145,484 


1,096 


385 


1.583 


800 


3,731 


1,3a 


1,740 


1,405 


15 


acres 1954... 


1.153,514 


10,713 


2,782 


16,217 


4,069 


19,315 


9,899 


10,329 


6,854 


16 


1949... 


1,850,846 


17,728 


2,713 


14,208 


7,113 


42,937 


14,043 


15,970 


16,569 


17 


bales 1954... 


707,152 


6,192 


2,570 


8,852 


2,155 


14,110 


4.739 


6,035 


4,618 


18 


1949... 


824,290 


7,844 


1,499 


5.125 


3,805 


17,919 


2,900 


4,919 


6,146 


19 




203 
135 








1 






135 
73 




20 


1949... 


21 


acres 1954... 


580 








(z) 






356 




22 


1949. . . 


395 














203 




23 


pounds 1954... 


484,314 








400 






325,165 




24 


1949... 


355,574 














210 ,730 




25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 
























23.145 
37,302 


158 
343 


4 
22 


1,722 
2,261 


65 
216 


169 
340 


572 

822 


560 
928 


50 
101 


26 


1949... 


27 


acres 1954... 


193,454 


415 


2 


21,934 


93 


319 


3,216 


2,730 


47 


28 


1949... 


342 ,006 


1,358 


19 


37,584 


141 


637 


5,006 


5,448 


104 


29 


pounds 1954... 


101,154.369 


119,427 


900 


11,212,377 


12,749 


136,097 


778,540 


1,173,782 


15,430 


30 


1949... 


279,809,580 


547,382 


8.950 


31,197,588 


48,993 


315,096 


2,746.987 


3,062,761 


30,095 


31 

32 




90,407 


838 


635 


1,636 


582 


1,862 


1.244 


1.245 


843 


1950... 


143,527 


1,231 


1,086 


2,094 


970 


3,370 


1,562 


1,961 


1,508 


33 


number 1954 . . . 


165,375 


1.378 


947 


3,371 


■--,, 


3,141 


2,597 


2,069 


1,284 


34 


1950... 


287,928 


2,333 


1,687 


4,518 


1,700 


6.730 


3,559 


3.276 


2,645 


35 

36 




9,720 

12,660 


54 
67 


20 
11 


234 
337 


54 
120 


223 
344 


66 
79 


131 
217 


36 
72 


1950. . . 


37 


Subunits in multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


27,269 


147 


46 


632 


213 


535 


181 


347 


81 


18 


1950... 


35,487 


238 


23 


935 


384 


829 


220 


558 


163 






9,510 
11.944 


53 
65 


20 

10 


233 

301 


51 
114 


217 
326 


64 
74 


131 

210 


33 

67 


40 


1950... 






17,759 
23,543 


94 
173 


26 
13 


399 

634 


162 
270 


318 
503 


117 
146 


216 
348 


48 
96 


42 


1950... 


43 


Land med by landlord acres 1954 


3,810,079 
4,548,286 


43.652 
49 ,078 


9.492 
2,711 


112,181 
171 ,837 


22.483 
37,729 


44,604 
65,131 


52,000 
66,948 


55 .039 
76,893 


11.891 
15,882 


44 


1950. . . 


45 




1,007,044 


6,446 


280 


36,655 


6,872 


4.127 


5,835 


14,160 


1,227 


4c 


1950... 


1,051,045 


9.790 


75 


31.922 


11,174 


3.846 


9,543 


12 .828 


2,274 


47 

48 




4,317,469 


46,171 


9,665 


136,197 


28,978 


45,770 


48,906 


65.225 


10,749 


1950... 


4,803.052 


51.684 


2,752 


184,222 


46,ia 


61,550 


59,855 


79,291 


16,546 






3,715,869 
3,935,038 


42,210 
46,721 


9,102 
2.143 


114.372 
145,790 


26,018 
39,976 


34,138 
46,308 


44,328 
54,042 


58,694 
67,793 


7,823 
12,956 


50 


1950... 


51 




601,600 


3,961 


563 


21,825 


2,960 


11,632 


4,578 


6,531 


2,926 


52 


1950. . . 


868,014 


4,963 


609 


38,432 


6,165 


15,242 


5,813 


11,498 


3,590 






1,073,611 
1,285,188 


9,231 
12,790 


1,233 


27,441 


6,237 


14.538 


5,445 


10,762 


1,898 


54 


1949. . . 


563 


40,593 


10,145 


20,689 


7,121 


17,434 


4,613 


55 


Corn harvested for 
























9,331 


50 


20 


225 


54 


219 


65 


130 


35 


56 


1949... 


12,004 


64 


9 


326 


116 


330 


72 


206 


67 


57 


subunits reporting 1954... 


20,592 


98 


29 


483 


190 


428 


151 


292 


61 


58 


1949... 


27,465 


196 


15 


780 


305 


641 


148 


438 


122 


59 


acres 1954... 


419,412 


2,480 


561 


10,309 


3,167 


7,439 


2,509 


5,172 


902 


60 


1949. . . 


453,976 


4,822 


314 


15,222 


5,289 


7,463 


2,289 


8,001 


1,887 


61 


bushels 1954... 


5,221,826 


25,790 


15,690 


147,337 


59,234 


90,120 


29,500 


80,807 


12,6a 


62 


1949... 


8,123,895 


90,034 


6,551 


219,171 


126,460 


181 , 593 


25,250 


144.170 


30,167 


63 




9.037 


50 


11 


223 


50 


203 


63 


120 


28 


64 


1949... 


11,551 


62 


5 


243 


113 


329 


67 


178 


63 


65 


subunits reporting 1954... 


20 .764 


115 


19 


461 


167 


355 


136 


247 


47 


66 


1949... 


26.931 


184 


10 


504 


295 


643 


136 


3a 


115 


67 


acres 1954... 


302,341 


1,989 


91 


5,067 


2,027 


3,689 


1,329 


2,677 


427 


68 


1949... 


440,728 


4,070 


98 


4.682 


3,635 


8,474 


1,646 


4,728 


1,638 


69 


bales 1954... 


185,316 


1,148 


80 


2,925 


1,173 


2,760 


693 


1,721 


283 


70 


1949. . . 


217,489 


1,909 


55 


1.891 


2,313 


3.836 


407 


1,609 


663 


71 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954 — 


22 














14 




72 


1949... 


17 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


73 


subunits reporting 1954... 


32 














22 




74 


1949. . . 


20 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


75 


acres 1954... 


112 














64 




76 


1949.. 


80 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


77 


pounds 1954... 


118,050 














72,400 




78 


1949. . . 


71,987 


(HA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 
























2,189 


8 




224 


4 


1 


40 


69 




80 


1949.. 


3.247 


12 


1 


321 


15 


25 


41 


138 


2 


81 


subunits reporting 1954. . 


4.178 


8 




472 




1 


62 


100 




82 


1949.. 


6.697 


16 


1 


754 


18 


31 


76 


228 


2 


83 


acres 1954.. 


54,037 


39 




6,838 


8 


2 


419 


664 




84 


1949.. 


102.503 


102 


10 


14,371 


23 


114 


571 


1,718 


2 


85 


pounds 1954. . 


28,795.663 


20,475 




3.577,388 


1,214 


800 


110,902 


283,532 




86 


1949.. 


84.096,737 


72,400 


7,000 


12. as, 215 


5,338 


45.558 


301,380 


1,133,755 


1.300 


87 


Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 1954.. 


7.327 


33 


13 


223 


48 


170 


65 


106 


23 


88 


1950.. 


10,688 


57 


7 


313 


115 


319 


72 


177 


51 


89 


number 1954.. 


24.755 


120 


31 


924 


197 


455 


305 


287 


60 


90 


1950.. 


41,550 


218 


16 


1.370 


390 


1,101 


330 


567 


143 


91 




149,687 
176,025 


1,372 
1,631 


2,488 
2.946 


1,862 
1.913 


904 
1,124 


3,147 
3.917 


1.453 
1.677 


1,814 
2,301 


1,915 
2,283 


92 


1950.. 


93 




16,493,023 


219,876 


318,341 


381 .225 


109.568 


250,283 


262.360 


229,663 


181,024 


94 


1950.. 


16,085,732 


219,272 


322,727 


300,323 


105,316 


269,640 


258.849 


217,462 


192,293 



NA Not available. Z Reported in small fractions. 



ALABAMA 



57 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



C^s 


■■ 


Chilton 


Choctaw 


Clarke 


Clay 


Cleburne 


Coffee 


Colbert 


Conecuh 


Coosa 


Covington 


Crenshaw 




2.177 


2.141 


2,785 


2,344 


2,525 


1,967 


1,391 


2,773 


1,837 


2,338 


1,380 


3.098 


1,983 


1 


2,477 


2,818 


3,368 


2,633 


2,860 


2,188 


1,682 


3,443 


2,122 


2,864 


1,632 


3,744 


2,617 


2 


307,263 


252,758 


259,754 


312,138 


361,568 


196,242 


146,616 


343.739 


228,956 


278,663 


194 .867 


383.768 


265,902 


3 


321.142 


283,388 


276,831 


312 ,008 


321,448 


208,366 


166,055 


355,623 


237,822 


273,922 


203,182 


400,299 


284,272 


4 


43.3 


77,831 


53,577 


34,251 


35,860 


28,842 


21,024 


127,525 


72,474 


69,998 


12.731 


112,755 


70,602 


5 


53,659 


95,354 


63,688 


40,822 


42,564 


41.697 


30,945 


144,146 


86,994 


83,046 


19,256 


132,625 


90,385 


6 


1,548 


1,800 


2,033 


1.993 


1,967 


1.496 


1,040 


2,129 


1,167 


1,896 


883 


2,147 


1,547 


7 


1,941 


2,367 


2,636 


2,237 


2,366 


1,829 


1,328 


2,830 


1,557 


2,357 


1,196 


2,846 


2,211 


8 


16,749 


39,538 


25,298 


21,239 


21,849 


16,057 


12,651 


46,670 


22,314 


38,933 


6,723 


47,720 


36,504 


9 


23,183 


37,863 




26,270 


25,240 


22,683 


17,534 


49,124 


28,446 


41,258 


10,856 


50,477 


40,739 


10 


. 1, 


'39.852 


334,186 


295.294 


310,017 


235,117 


212,008 


464,967 


234.476 


472,128 


90,774 


659,410 


581,584 


11 


371 ,738 


794.928 


556,419 




367,046 


355,259 


262,301 


671,795 


617,630 


581,627 


207,096 


755,690 


599,607 


12 


1,135 


1.665 


1.462 


1,433 


1.317 


798 


505 


1,976 


1,037 


1,600 


362 


1,836 


1,252 


13 


1,476 


2,379 


2,031 


1,478 


1,371 


1.194 


919 


2,443 


1,601 


1,908 


022 


2,301 


1,812 


14 


11,001 


24,970 


10,756 


7,173 


6,351 


4,890 


3.487 


23,166 


28 ,123 


13,939 


1,757 


18,169 


12,793 


15 


17,619 


45,023 


15,325 


8,995 


6,394 


• 8,276 


8,343 


26,556 


47,803 


18,032 


3.479 


22,473 


19,284 


16 


6,525 


18,788 


6,747 


3,784 


3,477 


3,051 


1.927 


13,579 


16,801 


8,430 


983 


11,719 


8,708 


17 


8.260 


17,626 


6,503 


3.519 


3,138 


2,802 


2,732 


9,279 


32,810 


7,916 

16 
14 
92 


1,212 


8,663 


5.76D 


18 

19 
20 

21 




3 


















87 


2 




















69 




74 




22 




2,100 








' 








61,157 
42,454 




51,684 
55.792 


1,400 


23 
24 


82 




80 


130 


290 


61 


26 


1,914 


45 


611 


: " 


1,401 


1,252 


25 


323 


34 


267 


245 


387 


191 


40 


2,774 


64 


790 


161 


2,146 


1,811 


26 


89 


35 


64 


143 


300 


60 


26 


24,616 


44 


2.552 


113 


9,028 


9,732 


27 


233 


25 


192 


159 


332 


.. 


26 


44,976 


21 


5.302 


157 


17,318 


15,503 


28 


19,987 


6,779 


26.015 


23.947 


67,152 


21,971 


6,358 


10,753,932 


13.751 


1,285,916 


22,246 


4,011,692 


4,555,904 


29 


71,373 


11,963 


81,794 


54.058 


90,732 


50,217 


10,917 


36,837,953 


12,990 


3.630,766 


42,469 


14.714,483 


:- ,169,908 


30 


1.160 




1.372 


1.472 


1,546 




772 


1,506 


709 


1.276 


776 


1,435 


1,120 


31 


1,592 


1.477 


2,371 


1.915 


2,036 


1,587 


1,128 


2,620 




1,939 


1,083 


2,553 


1,898 


32 


2,2% 


1,201 


1,978 


2,279 


2,258 


1,619 


1,241 


2,979 


1.385 


1,728 


1.097 


2,165 


1,832 


33 


3.248 


3,093 


3,802 


3.318 


3,180 


2,671 


2,054 


5,243 


3.148 


2,947 


1,700 


4,230 


3,419 


34 


192 


217 


73 


79 


56 


65 


92 


312 


127 


100 


16 


187 


166 


35 


244 




139 


100 


76 




123 




97 


133 


41 


214 


276 


36 


558 


618 


168 


194 


132 


167 


225 


8% 


316 


229 


36 


426 


434 


37 


733 


798 


319 


228 




246 


28o 


1.294 


268 


304 


98 


486 


731 


38 


186 


213 


69 


78 


55 


65 


89 


305 


126 


100 


16 


186 


162 


w 


235 


268 


135 


97 


73 


106 




404 


92 


127 


39 


208 


253 


40 


372 


405 


99 


U6 


77 




136 


591 


190 


129 


20 


240 


272 


41 


498 


53 


184 


131 


129 




177 


890 


176 


177 


59 


278 


478 


42 


89.129 


74.462 


18,154 


34.550 


57,233 


20,383 


28,597 


99,998 


49,141 


28,404 


3,564 


52,983 


58,045 


43 


113.199 


76.303 


40,493 




43.588 




33,614 


128,442 




33.441 


17,229 


53,496 


82,862 


44 


10,965 


14.843 


969 




6.714 


610 


339 


17,379 


24.781 


4,853 


773 


9,611 


10,499 


45 


19,088 


20,859 


1,899 


3,893 


15.496 


2,367 


755 


22,547 


17,526 


4.551 


1.191 


3,714 


12,275 


46 


93,885 


80,689 


18,198 


36,083 


63,316 


20,177 




109.656 


64,435 


31,343 


3.967 


58,908 


62,107 


47 


116,507 


86,026 


38,726 


51,347 


53.617 


29,219 


31,475 


129,646 


56,497 


35 ,020 


16,122 


51,700 


79,549 


48 


80,019 


64,031 


15.110 


34.095 


61,763 


17,430 


21,407 


73,955 


58,516 




3,344 


47,281 


49,270 


49 


94.546 


62.274 


31.102 


48,367 


51,244 


23.432 


24,229 


80,499 


49,727 


29,102 




39.668 


55,560 


50 


13,866 


16,658 


3.088 


1.988 


1.553 


2,747 


5.716 


35,701 


5,919 


4,300 


623 




12,837 


51 


21,961 


23,752 


7,624 


2,980 


2.373 


5,787 


7,246 


49,147 


6,770 


5,918 


2,081 


12,032 


23,989 


52 


16.123 


24.203 


4.939 


4.343 


4.056 


3.535 


5,510 


44,797 


24.188 


9,206 




17,064 




53 


22,718 


30,954 


8.002 


4.900 


4.178 


5,883 


6,993 


55,651 


23,274 




1.318 


18,094 


27,776 


54 


190 


212 


71 


75 


54 


64 


91 


300 


120 


99 


16 


179 


161 


55 


... 


288 


129 


93 


74 


98 


116 


434 


88 


128 


39 


205 


267 


•„ 


. 


510 


132 


161 


105 


137 


183 


706 


215 


166 


29 


303 


335 


57 


■ .. 


657 


247 


183 


154 


171 


228 


1.065 


179 


250 


80 


371 


628 


•,rt 


5,940 


11,388 


2,238 


2.479 


2,284 


1.839 


3.150 


17.739 


6,353 


4,895 


276 


7,797 


9,209 


V, 


8,650 


12.467 


3,651 


2,978 


2.480 


2.595 


3.547 


20,041 


4,512 


6,005 


720 


7,504 


12,218 


..(i 


74,051 


160,207 


29,091 


34,520 


39,519 


27,040 


51.475 


183,739 


70,331 


66,303 


5,155 


103,907 


160,140 


61 


142,265 


243.798 


68,962 


51,223 


43,698 


38,353 


50,053 


277,743 


119,219 


91,388 


13,873 


111,220 


164,902 


62 


181 


211 


62 


73 


48 


57 


78 


303 


120 


92 


12 


180 


151 


63 


229 


291 


116 


83 


56 


86 


110 


406 


90 


124 


31 


184 


256 


64 


418 


515 


102 


139 


88 


102 


141 


682 


250 


150 


20 


286 


305 


65 


554 


694 


195 


148 


91 


141 


190 


951 


224 


220 


45 


302 


523 


66 


4,727 


8.380 


1,013 


979 


741 


1,010 


1,246 


9,194 


9,369 


1,828 


142 


3.425 


3.736 


67 


8,389 


14,746 


1,943 


1,111 


656 


1.285 


2,235 


11,018 


12,218 


3,279 


343 


3,290 


6,109 


68 


2,887 


6.570 


646 


526 


510 


610 


684 


5,560 


5,817 


1.235 


93 


2,271 


2,485 


69 


4,232 


6.313 


845 


536 


370 


442 


810 


3,940 


9,123 


1,504 


122 


1,526 


1.862 


70 


(HA) 


(Mi) 


(ii) 


(ii) 


(Mi) 


(Hi) 


(Ai) 


(NA) 




(Mi) 
6 

(NA) 


(ii) 


3 
(Ml) 


(HA) 


71 
72 

'•! 

74 

75 
76 
77 
78 


(NA) 




(Mi) 


(ii) 


(Mi) 


(Mi) 


(NA) 


(Hi) 


(NA) 


(ii) 


(NA) 


(HA) 


[iik) 




(iii) 


(ili) 


(Mi) 


(MA) 


(Hi) 


(Ki) 


(NA) 


(NA) 

39,800 

(NA) 


(ii) 


(Ml) 
5,350 

(NA) 


(ii) 


(':a) 




(NA) 


(Mi) 


(Mi) 


(NA) 


(Hi) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(ii) 


(ii) 


4 


x 


2 


5 


,, 


3 




296 


1 


5u 


2 


151 


151 


79 


9 


1 




7 


9 






423 








182 


247 


80 


7 


1 


3 




4 


4 


5 


661 


5 


68 




222 


284 


81 


15 


1 


7 


9 


9 


2 


2 


1,026 




107 




2'>6 


513 


82 


6 


1 


3 


6 


7 


4 


2 


9.196 


5 


427 


2 


1,706 


2.458 


83 


13 


U) 


6 


5 


IS 


4 


2 


17 , 479 




1,290 




2,618 


4,969 


84 


1,662 


50 


700 


650 


975 


1,272 


880 


3,808,898 


4,089 


227,322 


230 


ll 


1,209,547 


BJ 


4,265 


500 


2,620 


2,585 


8.475 


2,200 


1,440 


13.863.084 




1,028,126 




2,196,558 


3,667,737 


86 


179 


106 


54 


68 


44 


59 


83 


270 


87 


68 


13 




137 


87 


230 


188 


119 


90 


60 


93 


118 


402 


74 


109 


41 


196 


256 


hk 


671 


281 


121 


164 


105 


172 


242 


1.196 


293 


136 


26 


352 


433 


89 


1,088 


663 


373 


319 


158 


286 


401 


1,858 


381 


257 


131 


601 


946 


90 


1,619 


1,523 


2,617 


2,150 


2,393 


1,800 


1,166 


1,877 


1,521 


2,109 


1,344 


2,672 


1,549 


9] 


1,744 


2,020 


3,049 


2,405 


2,658 


1,942 


1.396 


2,149 


1.854 


2,560 


1,534 


3.258 


1,886 


9i 


213,378 


172 ,069 


241,556 


276,055 


298,252 


176,065 


119.493 


234,083 


164.521 


247,320 


190.900 


324,860 


203 ,795 


93 


204.635 


197,362 


238,105 


260,661 


267 ,831 


179,147 


134,580 


225,977 


181,325 


238,902 


187,060 


348.599 


204,723 


,.'. 



58 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS: 



All farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land Ln farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Cropland harvested acres 1954 . 

1949. 

Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested. 



farms reporting 1954. . 

1949., 

acres 1954.. 

1949. 
bales 1954. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting 1954. 

1949.. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

Peanuts harvested for picking or 

threshing farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

Horses and/or mules farms reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Itiplr-unil operations 

Subunl 



number 1954. 

1950. 

multiple-unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms number 1954 . 

1950. 
Cropper farms number 1954 . 



Land owned by landlord 

Land rented from others by landlord. 
Land in multiple-unit operations.... 

Home farms 

Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1949. 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested. 



.multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954., 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple unite reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954., 

1949. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Horses and/or mules. 



6,291 

7,742 

374,812 



69,975 

62,544 

897 ,745 

,568,505 

4,624 
6,846 
38,366 
79.421 
29,901 
31,468 



3,093 
5,734 
5,063 

10,539 



590 

50,202 
56,039 
3,733 
5,938 
45.854 
50,418 
32,177 
32,475 
13,677 
17,943 
17,493 
. . .-"■ 



8,768 

7,560 

114,823 

193,167 



4,966 
10,753 
3,835 
4.466 



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



1,611 
1,953 
254,603 
267,871 
72,485 
81,605 

1,167 
1,520 
23,167 
22,092 
340,704 
313,879 

■'■■ 

793 
9,518 
7,226 
6,494 
2,934 



1,600 

1,034 
1,399 
15,376 
26,022 
10,207,278 
23,016,1 

811 
1,391 
1,360 
2,695 



51,526 
60,725 
13,731 
12,899 

- ,287 
44,378 
44,782 
u.,68: 
16,505 
17,183 
19,632 



5,181 
5,090 
80,012 



3,095 
2,180 
2,137 



(NA) 
(NA) 

(NA) 
(NA) 



4,124 

4,510 

599,302 

553,183 

114,004 
127,091 

3,061 

3,851 
35,220 
45.633 

. .. . . 

737,894 

3,323 
3,691 
33,594 
44,367 
15,801 
16,912 



2,687 
3,326 
5,589 

7,019 



138,071 
185,691 
69.386 
82,022 

213,890 
169,769 
195,099 
10,356 
18,791 
28,652 
33,796 



8,879 
10,751 
66,326 
219,1 I 



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



6,136 
7,055 
396,548 
395,556 
162,375 
173,524 

4,937 

6,229 

103,350 

86,347 

1,422,602 

2,307,082 

4,096 
5,956 
36,736 
64,112 
28,494 
37,178 



2,593 
5,066 
4,611 

: .' ■. 



■' ■; 

36,099 
41,015 
3.914 

35,722 

. ■ . : B4 
25,852 
10,538 

15. <-, 
15.526 



9,159 

7,245 

124,030 

186.075 



3,644 
6,165 
2,822 
3,257 



(NA) 

(ii) 
(ii) 

(NA) 



2,728 
3,355 
348, 160 
329,610 
69,8 2 
85,633 



28,536 
39,135 
367,193 
665,744 



2,155 

18,864 

'"-'V 
12,889 
11,023 



1,442 
2,195 
2,316 
3,974 



384 

61,873 
61,228 
22,406 
17,401 
78,411 

: 

71,476 
59,303 

'■.'■' 

13,147 
18 ,772 
22,634 



9,398 
91,697 
154,378 



1,723 
2,141 
193,584 
168 , 444 
59,027 
64,369 

1,351 
1,671 
28 , 274 
29,568 
590,028 
571,377 

1,034 
1,107 
12 , 422 
14,121 
12,230 
8,030 



142 

8,743 
32.9U 
1,100 

•. ■'•-• 
35,092 
7,403 
28,436 
1,985 
6,656 
3,704 



3,169 
3,734 
224,856 
237,135 
61,663 
73,652 

2,310 
2,934 
35,032 
34,239 
511,955 
731,828 

1,481 
2,518 
12,563 
27,776 
9,429 
11,940 



1,423 
2,447 
2,342 
4,392 



258 
35,369 

2,843 

35,377 

35,628 
28,973 

24,740 

b,404 

. 



5, as 

4,801 
87,115 
101,307 



2,417 
4,323 

1,714 



(IA) 
t'lA) 

Ciij 

(NA) 



.,-■'• 
2,579 
- 13 ,71 17 
255,153 
17,582 
■■'. '-■■' 

1,712 
. ,1 '. 
30,816 
34,141 

' 

655,321 

1,236 
1,978 
9,898 
18,032 
4,150 
7,579 



1,195 
1,850 
2,048 
3,659 



205 

48,668 
39,931 
2,350 
1,008 

49,768 
39,493 
43,966 
32,466 



5,518 
4,673 
44,518 
90,199 



(.IA) 
('lA) 
(:'lA) 

(IA) 



Land Ln farms not Ln multiple units. 



5,5a 

6,724 

328,958 

351,550 



1,310 

1.532 

198,543 

206,584 



3,354 

3,628 

419,177 

339.293 



5,637 

6,429 

360,826 

358,476 



2,304 

2,776 

269,649 

257,160 



1,675 

1,910 

184,196 

133,352 



2,827 

3,318 
189,479 
201 , 507 



all fractions . 



ALABAMA 



59 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Geneva 


Greene 


Hale 


Benry 


Houston 


Jackson 


Jefferson 


Laasx 


Lauderdale 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Limestone 


Lowndes 


Macon 




2.292 


2,199 


2.667 


1.832 


3,008 


4,058 


3,186 


2,107 


3,800 


3.335 


1,940 


4,176 


2,132 


1.947 


1 


2,755 


2,677 


2.920 


2.325 


3,472 


4.959 


3,362 


2,660 


4,558 


4.142 


2,059 


4,484 


2,639 


2.504 


2 


296.734 


339,955 


335,409 


313.622 


318,779 


406.609 


147.528 


309.529 


355,389 


300.757 


275,221 


328,142 


409,739 


280,687 


3 


295.382 


370,087 


296,148 


307.162 


316,152 


425.368 


154,524 


301 , 528 


347,110 


302,499 


281,086 


324,511 


371,778 


286,371 


4 


135,730 


45,409 


63.105 


99.532 


154,422 


138.150 


25,421 


46,678 


105,081 


122,913 


43,029 


150,118 


50,541 


57.229 


5 


140,461 


65,552 


76,691 


110,105 


166,710 


148.646 


28.775 


65,275 


125.720 


146.776 


48,710 


165,326 


69,482 


73.925 


6 


1.753 


1,423 


1,845 


1.352 


2,107 


3,097 


1,490 


1.659 


2,508 


2,373 


1,313 


2,857 


1.485 


1,666 


7 


2,328 


2,381 


2.435 


1,916 


2,803 


4,177 


1,961 


2.434 


3,206 


3.155 


1,461 


3.229 


2,258 


1.930 


8 


50,339 


14,506 


16.445 


31.042 


42,925 


86,358 


10,292 


26.973 


39,185 


50.703 


16,352 


49.683 


14,271 


23,600 


9 


40.197 


24,945 


25,131 


30.992 


45,229 


73,380 


12,756 


32.070 


41,480 


50,488 


20.771 


44.702 


26,658 


31.449 


10 


642.431 


96,875 


137,586 


359,790 


506.893 


1.420,434 


116,976 


197,100 


460,414 


400,231 


183.112 


438, 961 


142,254 


232.366 


11 


626,035 


380,014 


442,122 


442,760 


612.441 


1.523.013 


281,285 


634,364 


737,382 


771,170 


289,357 


886,465 


330,194 


344.867 


12 


1,755 


1.759 


1,953 


1.271 


2.191 


2.556 


421 


1.366 


2,286 


2.586 


937 


3.348 


1,490 


1.497 


13 


2,225 


2,254 


2.335 


1,327 


2.674 


3,956 


690 


2,328 


3,332 


3.553 


1.049 


3.897 


1.994 


1.910 


14 


22,424 


15.741 


18.858 


17.356 


29.251 


25,659 


3,384 


12,533 


33.388 


49,011 


11,163 


62.132 


12.727 


18,750 


15 


27.753 


22,176 


26.350 


16,551 


34.957 


50,051 


6,227 


24.655 


59.876 


77,896 


14.563 


95,158 


20,830 


29,573 


16 


17,781 


6,719 


9.975 


11.929 


23,087 


18,231 


2,181 


5.555 


18.210 


23,88 1 


6,376 


30,981 


6,647 


11,130 


17 


11,247 


8,568 


14.076 
2 


6,208 


15,911 

3 
2.200 


24.743 


2,482 
2 

(z) 

65 


10.099 


27,166 


44,698 


5.638 


52.306 

2 
2 
1 
2 

2,100 
2,070 


6,253 


8,707 


18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 




281 


190 


1,377 


2,060 


30 


244 




103 


20 


91 


4 


147 


254 


25 


2,222 


814 


586 


1,976 


2.832 


60 


261 


321 


69 


21 


195 


14 


301 


406 


26 


13,785 


299 


259 


29,340 


26,539 


24 


146 


51 


66 


14 


84 


5 


139 


321 


27 


26,878 


674 


446 


50,486 


46,498 


54 


207 


229 


48 


14 


169 


12 


324 


620 


26 


7,587,007 


48.030 


35.503 


17,297,147 


18,021,806 


8.172 


36,375 


9.139 


23,288 


2,830 


16.721 


1.194 


19,009 


69.498 


29 


24.765.533 


189.720 


K9.512 


46,129,594 


43.022.635 


30.712 


102,823 


72,799 


27,607 


5,468 


64.667 


5.110 


108,473 


228,607 


30 


1,044 


1,605 


1,478 


872 


1.382 


1.788 


1.218 


1,036 


1.633 


1,275 


1.118 


1,437 


1,524 


1,362 


31 


2,117 


2,103 


1.799 


1,540 


2,445 


3.374 


1,886 


2,035 


2,858 


2,474 


1,408 


2,512 


2,055 


1,826 


32 


1,826 


3,699 


3,003 


1.879 


2.637 


3.413 


1,723 


1.895 


2,969 


2.765 


1,894 


2,614 


4.016 


2,557 


33 


4,026 


4.817 


4,236 


3.832 


5.154 


7,317 


2,688 


4.307 


6,013 


6,465 


2,533 


6,167 


5.676 


3.506 


34 




•■• 


247 


220 


239 


335 


39 


126 


187 


294 


50 


379 


44 


64 


35 




125 


290 


280 


290 


279 


4! 


181 


166 


293 


106 


427 


134 


139 


36 




214 


928 


602 


624 


832 


99 


292 


465 


896 


135 


1.199 


L89 


211 


37 




414 


1,185 


822 


-.. 


730 


91 


431 


418 


874 


274 


1,331 


444 


440 


36 




63 


244 


217 


236 


328 


39 


125 


187 


262 


50 


370 


44 


62 


39 




113 


273 


257 


262 


263 


36 


167 


158 


276 


102 


395 


126 


127 


40 




151 


684 


385 


388 


504 


60 


167 


278 


614 


85 


829 


145 


149 


41 


276 


301 


912 


565 


482 


467 


55 


264 


260 


598 


172 


936 


316 


313 


42 


43,799 


83.533 


106,715 


91.745 


63.399 


80,252 


11.780 


55.265 


45,536 


53.005 


18,212 


85,871 


36.159 


29,249 


43 


49,419 


139.145 


121,416 


110.615 


78,476 


86,514 


4.226 


60.758 


34.675 


55.416 


41,528 


75,087 


105.962 


54,916 


44 


5,620 


18.749 


33.492 


31.316 


14,037 


26,074 


1,204 


3.368 


31,018 


72.537 


7.497 


47,076 


17.428 


7,907 


45 


6,664 


30.044 


28,705 


35.581 


13,144 


21,843 


2.969 


4,418 


20,417 


43.188 


7.925 


46,538 


37,200 


15.641 


46 


40.999 


84.541 


129.286 


109.933 


66,594 


90,651 


12,775 


53,256 


66,975 


100.356 


24.802 


115,250 


45,601 


32.470 


47 


44,846 


142,245 


130.483 


121 .094 


72,287 


86,789 


6,488 


56.961 


45,572 


73,852 


44.503 


107,040 


112,973 


59.937 


46 


27,387 


81.481 


116,930 


89,024 


47,804 


76,187 


11,439 


47.167 


57,773 


64.235 


22.422 


91,634 


43.562 


26.942 


49 


28.474 


135.519 


109,167 


89,982 


48,582 


72,352 


4.224 


44.291 


35,990 


56.605 


38.631 


81,742 


105.843 


48.295 


50 


13,612 


3.060 


12,356 


20,909 


18,790 


14,464 


1,336 


6,089 


9,202 


16.121 


2.380 


23,616 


2.039 


5.528 


51 


16.372 


6.726 


21.296 


31.112 


23.705 


14,437 


2.264 


12,670 


9,582 


17.247 


5,872 


25,298 


7,130 


11,642 


52 


19,377 


9,321 


27.711 


33,424 


32.651 


32,090 


3,067 


7,826 


22,447 


40,434 


6,686 


53,071 


7,535 


11.185 


53 


20,731 


15,769 


34.573 


38.771 


34.886 


. 


2,131 




15.743 


35,010 


10,509 


55.762 


17,549 


17,289 


54 




65 


222 


213 


220 


326 


35 


125 


174 


276 


49 


352 


42 


64 


55 




115 


280 


273 


271 


255 


41 


179 


154 


277 


102 


382 


122 


124 


56 




173 


659 


452 


399 


627 


68 


238 


317 


616 


122 


804 


123 


174 


57 




304 


999 


643 


538 


526 


70 


395 


302 


622 


219 


807 


342 


335 


J8 


8,632 


3,164 


7.253 


10,949 


9.298 


18,257 


745 


4,489 


6,395 


15,019 


2.226 


15.321 


1,364 


3,955 


59 


6,139 


4,650 


11.748 


11.979 


9.033 


10,827 


804 


5,306 


4.567 


11.126 


4.205 


12,849 


5,310 


7.264 


60 


116.118 


31.653 


63.831 


123.903 


114.454 


298,794 


8.915 


32,781 


87,951 


127.503 


26,146 


147,122 


15,125 


44.127 


61 


89,578 


82.916 


214.133 


175.124 


119.528 


197,439 


23.617 


113,429 


96,060 


185.181 


61,400 


275,473 


78,413 


102,758 


62 


..' 


64 


236 


206 


229 


304 


27 


120 


173 


266 


46 


374 


39 


62 


., i 




115 


285 


199 


271 


264 


35 


179 


162 


285 


93 


416 


109 


127 


64 




177 


773 


421 


437 


625 


50 


207 


352 


782 


113 


1.031 


157 


183 


65 


314 


295 


1.026 


442 


531 


548 


58 


366 


335 


751 


193 


1,205 


319 


328 


66 


3.628 


2,557 


9.369 


5,501 


6.248 


6,644 


740 


2.278 


7,278 


16,574 


2,253 


21.588 


2,169 


3,945 


67 


4,105 


4,127 


13,455 


5.128 


7.560 


7.923 


790 


4.457 


8,001 


17,925 


3,446 


33.186 


4,525 


6,835 


IS 


2.897 


1.267 


5,069 


3,590 


5,152 


4.770 


479 


1.041 


4,311 


8,418 


1,520 


11,635 


1,313 


2.344 


69 


1.630 


1,766 


8,408 


1,979 


3.619 


3.888 


364 


2.007 


4,434 


11.051 


1,728 


19.384 


1,872 


2,902 


70 


(na: 


(NA) 


(NAJ 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NAJ 


(NA) 


71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
It 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NAJ 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


1M 


15 
20 


8 
40 


213 
280 


221 
268 


2 

1 


3 
5 


3 

11 


5 




7 






3 


79 
80 


206 


18 


10 


449 


411 


2 


5 














3 


a 


319 


24 


61 


684 


541 


1 


7 


14 






9 




10 


25 


82 


2.183 


19 


12 


9,880 


5,984 


3 


3 














10 


m 


4.198 


25 


78 


18,230 


9,914 


1 


13 


15 






7 




22 


.61 


84 


1,113.731 


15,668 


1.700 


5,978.474 


4,302,622 


1,100 


1.410 


2,016 


1.630 


500 






180 


5,800 


83 


3,768,883 


4.914 


24,174 


16,141.057 


9,359,318 


1,500 


6,416 


5.970 




600 


3.350 


400 


6,135 


44,263 


M 


90 


59 


202 


165 


176 


231 


31 


94 


131 


186 


45 


237 


37 


55 


J7 


148 


100 


239 


245 


241 


199 


40 


175 


127 


192 


99 


347 


110 


122 


88 




351 


705 


648 


568 


589 


95 


260 


383 


543 


179 


633 


180 


238 


89 




582 


1.109 


1.224 


870 


617 


110 


626 


472 


855 


370 


1.400 


707 


485 


90 


1,958 


1.985 


1.739 


1,230 


2.384 


3,226 


3.087 


1,815 


3.335 


2.439 


1,805 


2.977 


1,943 


1,736 


91 


2,331 


2.263 


1.735 


1.503 


2,728 


4,229 


3.271 


2,229 


4.140 


3.268 


1,785 


3.153 


2,245 


2,064 


92 


255.735 


255.414 


206.123 


203,689 


252.185 


315.958 


134.753 


256,273 


288.414 


200,401 


250,419 


212,892 


364.138 


248,217 


9! 


250,536 


227,842 


165.665 


186,068 


243.865 


338.579 


148.036 


244,567 


301,536 


228,647 


236,583 


217,471 


258,805 


226,434 


M 



60 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS: 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Madison 


Marengo 


M^on 


Marshall 


Mobile 


_ 


Montgomery 


Morgan 


Perrv 








723 3,206 


2,721 


4,858 
6,053 


2,646 


2,873 
3.116 


2,391 
2,955 


3,780 
4,682 


2,135 
2,499 


2 


1950. . . 


•>', 


X>4 3,839 


3,718 


2,527 


3 




427, 


>65 506,742 


288,666 


297 , 271 


241,746 
207,783 


410,595 
408,906 


491,991 
496,926 


308,137 
316,329 


352,028 
357,119 




1950. . . 


417. 


)22 492,937 


340,774 


305,211 


' 




191, 


>16 67,816 


59,249 


125,848 


57,411 


74,788 


69,956 


113 ,775 


58,865 


6 


1949... 


197, 


)34 85,070 


81,337 


141,551 


44,007 


85,212 


89,514 


141,327 


73,998 


7 




3. 


>06 2,337 


2,148 


3,928 


969 


2,351 


1,466 


2,793 


1,542 


1 


1949. . . 


3. 


>28 3,178 


3,146 


5,074 


1,194 


2,705 


1,926 


3,672 


2,092 


9 


acres 1954... 


69, 


j71 22,738 


32,592 


78,373 


15,892 


41,000 


17,856 


50,777 


16,084 


10 


1949... 


55, 


531 31,905 


38, 415 


62,722 


16,009 


43,741 


27,801 


53,116 


24,635 


13 


bushels 1954... 


859, 


S64 239,928 


412,291 


1,114,054 


385,149 


585,956 


222,475 


471,406 


176,140 


12 


1949. . . 


1,063, 


42 557,964 


713,361 


1,655,313 


330,755 


687,277 


449,798 


940 ,141 


427,650 


13 


Cotton harvested farms reporting 1954. . . 


3, 


!04 2,321 


1,689 


3,565 


410 


2,020 


1,250 


2,580 


1.450 


14 


1949... 




40 2,856 


2,951 


5,200 


376 


2,378 


1,491 


3,891 


1,795 


15 


acres 1954... 


72^ 


)41 18,935 


15,198 


35,357 


3,093 


20,870 


13,727 


35,385 


13,287 


lr 


1949... 


1 9, 


51 26,861 


31,786 


70,762 


3,490 


27,055 


21,547 


65,927 


19,330 


17 


bales 1954... 


42, 


>91 10,651 


9,759 


26,671 


2,556 


15,166 


8,301 


20,176 


7,930 


18 


1949... 


50, 


69 12,157 


16,553 


37,677 


1,811 


14,270 


6,722 


31 ,088 


8,089 


19 






9 




2 












20 


1949... 




10 
















21 


acres 1954... 




19 




3 












22 


1949. . . 




25 
















23 


pounds 1954... 


20, i 


00 




2,200 












24 


1949... 


32,] 


62 
















25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 


























4 526 


58 


35 


12 


144 


272 


42 


484 


26 


1949... 




26 612 


202 


68 


36 


369 


562 


39 


744 


.".' 


acres 1954... 




5 457 


56 


29 


21 


274 


974 


16 


671 


28 


1949... 




20 531 


183 


34 


205 


880 


2,033 


30 


980 


29 


pounds 1954... 


1. 


20 69,671 


12.075 


9,410 


9,055 


68,584 


258,574 


8,447 


155,134 


30 


1949. . . 


9,C 


04 129,539 


62,4a 


21,740 


151 , 690 


651.733 


1,031,118 


10,962 


453,277 


31 






83 2,139 

45 2,828 


1,328 
2,697 


1,797 
3,924 


827 
1,231 


1,676 
2,286 


1,597 
2,201 


1,463 
2,605 


1,374 
1,749 


a 


1950... 


2, 


53 


number 1954 .. . 


2, 


85 4,637 


. 


3,223 


1,203 


2,602 


3,884 


2,623 


2,910 


34 


1950... 


5,t 


29 6,623 




7,700 


1,958 


3,845 


5,430 


5.474 


4.055 


35 






28 150 


128 


285 


10 


54 


75 


290 


104 


36 


1950... 


< 


99 172 


194 


399 


17 


■ 


132 


384 


136 


37 


Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


2, 


47 496 


291 


684 


23 




325 


745 


388 


18 


1950... 


2,. 


63 608 


437 


931 


39 


259 


536 


1,004 


495 


39 






05 150 


126 


265 


10 


52 


72 


285 


102 


40 


1950... 


( 


58 157 


184 


371 


15 


96 


125 


378 


130 


41 




1,' 


42 346 


165 


419 


13 


81 


253 


460 


286 


42 


1950... 


1,' 


05 451 


253 




24 


163 


411 


626 


365 


43 




154,. 


'x 110,87 


40,328 


02,354 


9,258 


33.897 


76,723 


62,029 


109,513 




1950... 


159, 


33 122.858 


54,237 




5,154 


67,927 


125,000 


64,763 


139,298 


45 




10, 


85 48,246 


3,522 


7,297 




4.542 


18,580 


28,280 


17,966 


46 


1950. . . 


78, 


48 42,222 


. 


17,151 


384 


6,974 


23.393 


32,373 


18,721 


47 




222, 


85 145,659 


37 , 568 


59,803 


9,143 


36,427 


89,861 


79,396 


116,139 


48 


1950... 


212, < 


50 143,053 


49,495 


63,445 


5,427 


b4,5oO 


124,736 


85,75o 


140,092 


49 




178, C 


35 139,381 


30,784 


45,680 


8,231 


33.587 


78,725 


64,964 


109,432 


50 


1950... 


162, C 


77 129,826 


38,166 


44,217 


4.896 


59,221 


112,540 


68,622 


131,987 


•■1 




44. 


50 6,278 


6,784 


14,123 


912 


2,840 


11,136 


14,432 


6,707 


52 


1950. . . 


50, 


S73 13,227 


11,329 


19,228 


531 


5.339 


12,196 


17,134 


8,105 


53 




110. 


63 16,288 


7,916 


19,125 


3.232 


6.990 


14,344 


32,208 


18,809 


54 


1949. . . 


102,' 


33 19,171 


10.359 


23.895 


1,106 


10 . 517 


19,520 


41,067 


23,572 


55 


Corn harvested for 


























>87 137 


123 


279 


8 


53 


74 


279 


93 


51 


1949... 




41 158 


181 


387 


13 


94 


121 


361 


129 


57 


subunlts reporting 1954... 




■63 383 


242 


546 


13 


105 


270 


574 


268 


•■8 


1949... 




38 459 


356 


767 


19 


202 


399 


743 


393 


59 


acreB 1954... 


1, 


90 4,883 


4,168 


11 .036 


634 


3,546 


4.032 


13.444 


4,882 


60 


1949... 


27, 


17 5,938 


4,750 


10,040 


528 


4,731 


5,757 


14,484 


6,349 


61 


bushels 1954... 


504. 


61 62,1«2 


51,815 


147,800 


16,879 


52,208 


50,323 


123.390 


71,655 


62 


1949... 


571, 


87 L09.395 


97,292 


265,993 


12,629 


82,739 


73,034 


256,960 


104,517 


63 






10 138 


120 


267 


4 


53 


64 


270 


96 


64 


1949... 




91 154 


176 


391 


8 


86 


102 


373 


120 


65 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 


2 J 


40 389 


211 


506 


8 


99 


2S9 


597 


305 


66 


1949. . . 


2, 


46 461 


343 


805 


9 


179 


344 


882 


368 




acres 1954... 


43, 


07 4,502 


2,226 


5,686 


314 


1,622 


j, 721 


10,856 


4,011 


68 


1949... 


56. 


36 5 , 510 


4,066 




136 


3,051 


5,471 


20,022 


4,950 


69 


bales 1954... 


25. 


82 2,721 


1,473 


4,135 


216 


1,322 


2,128 


6,145 


2,422 


70 


1949... 


28, 


94 3,074 


2,305 


6,156 


80 


1,588 


2,167 


10,684 


2,465 


71 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 




1 
















72 


1949... 


( 


1A) (NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


73 


subunlts reporting 1954 




1 
















74 


1949. . . 


( 


1A) (NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


75 


acres 1954... 




1 
















76 


1949... 


( 


!A) (NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


77 


pounds 1954... 




00 
















78 


1949... 
Peanuts harvested for picking 


( 


(A) (NA) 

11 


(NA) 
2 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 


(NA) 
20 


(NA) 


(NA) 
27 


80 


1949... 




12 


10 


1 


1 


20 


43 




43 


81 


subunlts reporting 1954... 




24 


2 








43 




45 


82 


1949... 




13 


13 


1 


1 


31 


105 


1 


77 


83 


acres 1954... 




34 


2 








304 




105 


84 


1949... 




21 


18 


1 


8 


163 


605 


1 


253 


85 


pounds 1954 




4,712 


300 








97,145 




52,575 


86 


1949... 




5,237 


6,123 


200 


5,600 


91,360 


322,885 


300 


117,016 


87 


Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 1954... 


I 


26 130 


88 


182 


2 


39 


66 


187 


94 


38 


1950. . . 




01 13b 


167 


316 


12 


80 


118 


307 


117 


89 


number 1954... 


1,C 


55 617 


232 


493 


9 


131 


487 


465 


414 


90 


1950... 


1," 


94 775 


549 


937 


33 


286 


646 


1,018 


701 


91 




2,; 


76 2,710 


2,430 
3,281 


4,174 
5,122 


2,623 
2,488 


2,740 


2 066 


3,035 
3,678 


1,747 


92 


1950. . . 


2,t 


41 3,231 


2,857 


2^419 


2,004 


93 




205.; 


80 361 ,083 


251 ,098 


237,468 


232,603 


374 , 168 


402,130 


228,741 


235,889 


94 


1950. . . 


204,6 


72 349,884 


291 .279 


241,766 


202,356 


344,346 


372,190 


230,573 


217 ,027 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



ALABAMA 



61 



2,640 
3.440 
378,499 
391,140 
64,833 
85,41 

2,063 
2,953 
28,380 
40.371 
185,316 
713,677 

1,751 
2,720 
17,945 
32.147 



420 

84.650 
91.685 
25.055 
15.725 
104,518 
95.350 
97,309 
83,140 
7,209 
12,210 
16,239 
17.846 



6,759 

7,972 

48,092 

157.295 



5,262 
6,366 
2,428 
2,645 



(NA) 
(iij 
(iij 

(iij 



2,368 

2,971 

39! ,308 

398,268 

101,771 
131,047 

1,800 
2,505 
38,242 
46,697 
485,382 
587.836 

1,607 
2,052 
18.548 
23,241 
10,712 
5,972 



1,700 
2.410 | 

23.757 

40.667 

11.219.187 

29,071,207 

1.396 
2.214 
2,975 
4.909 



919 

153.378 
187,872 
27,329 
40,928 
161,806 
189.007 
130,772 
134,166 
31,034 
54.841 
38.482 
59.007 



423 

631 

1.077 

14,551 

21,357 

187.844 

272,812 

270 



7,682 
11,767 
4.464 
4.020 



(NA) 

(iij 
(iij 

(NA) 

282 

41" 

61" 

1,047 

9,101 

17,659 

4.383.783 

12,617,568 

266 

401 



2.572 
3.092 

284.021 



2,154 
2,752 
28,291 
38.481 
368,090 
601 , 8 



1,676 
2,368 
2.918 
4.363 



56,359 
38,810 
2,484 
878 
56,939 
35,937 
50.399 
27,023 
6,540 
8,914 



5,424 
-.,481 
72,641 
80.036 



2.210 
3,329 

1.309 
1,247 



(NA) 
(MA) 

(iij 

(iij 



355.311 
276,827 
47.005 
59.101 

1.409 
1.590 
22,285 
28.907 
205.073 
315,605 

1,164 
1,296 
11,757 
18.055 
6,425 



1.305 

2.716 

540,612 

1.482,368 

1,168 
1,444 
2,202 
2.842 



155 

74.501 
89,959 
8.195 
6,974 
71,724 
77,453 
63,499 
71,055 
8,225 
6,398 
7,449 
11.122 



3,382 
3,902 
43,049 
41.942 



2.137 
3.695 
1.437 
1,404 



(NA) 

(iij 
(iij 
(iij 



2,211 
200.136 
222,269 

34.545 
43.441 

1.337 
1.760 
17.371 
20,857 

401,976 

664 
1.327 
5,218 
13.072 
3,885 
4.600 



1.473 
2,564 



120 

31,647 
22,497 
3,133 
2,609 
32.814 
23.364 
28.230 
18,512 
4,584 
4,872 
6,950 
5.131 



2,931 
2,255 
42,130 
44.719 



(NA) 

(iij 

(iij 
(iij 



1,542 
1,982 
183.675 
195,220 
35.205 
37,133 

905 
1,323 
12.104 
15.891 
180,165 
275.027 

446 

736 

7,658 

10,930 

5.890 



1.256 
1.075 
2.215 



65 

11,489 
13,496 
4,009 
4,531 
14,645 
16,210 
11,875 
13,387 
2,770 
2,823 
4,404 
4,893 



1.667 
1.369 
26.382 
30.458 



1,597 
2.062 
1,211 



(NA) 
(iij 
(iij 
(iij 



2,702 
3,055 
448.579 
423.727 
64,111 
81,250 

2.140 
2.690 
23.885 
29,455 
179,259 
453.270 

2.107 
2,426 
17,235 
22.923 
7,964 
8.126 



1.938 
2,394 
5,471 
7,176 



..17 



157,360 
120,146 
39,702 
35,135 
168,426 
137,848 
158,441 
128,127 
9.985 
9,721 
22,880 
23,379 



4,786 

5,103 
2,324 
2.196 



(NA) 

(iij 

(iij 
(iij 



2,414 
2.984 
277.534 
292.788 
64.808 
84,304 

1.667 
2.329 
23.975 
33.085 
124,866 
551,614 

1.137 
1,901 
13,253 
29.144 
7.803 
11.305 



1.213 
1,992 
J, 075 
3.982 



182 

33.241 
35.480 
11,130 
12,471 
40,120 
41,673 
35,283 
33,893 
4,837 
7,780 
9,622 
14.101 



516 


232 


7.318 


3.096 


6.355 


4,497 


61.258 


54.110 


133.567 


77.519 



(NA) 
(iij 
(iij 
(iij 



2,167 
2.534 
275.902 
324,052 
31,799 
45.682 

1.428 
1,971 
14,286 
22,543 
157,605 
378,318 

794 
1,248 
7.763 
13.499 
3.947 
5,561 



2.737 
5.009 
30.532 
89.244 



2,142 
3,892 
1,090 
1,706 



(NA) 

(iij 
(iij 

(NA) 



3,521 
4,127 
380,535 
392,759 
66.647 
83.858 

2,591 
3,326 
31,146 
41,787 
357.832 
797.942 

1.739 
2,651 
18,410 
29.882 
9,666 
15,067 



: ,840 
2,724 
3,046 
5,124 



51.065 


118,719 


58.211 


98,484 


5.231 


16.361 


6,207 


17,35! 


50,768 


107,35! 


59,217 


105.605 


43.693 


96.14S 




83.917 


7.075 


9.20S 


14,392 


21,688 


. • 


16.517 


11,181 


23.867 



6,826 
10.466 
84.385 
209,077 



5,862 
9,981 
3.414 
5,733 



(NA) 

(iij 

(HA) 



219,215 
237.257 
42,549 
56,502 

2,315 
3.406 
25.404 
30,534 
231,943 
587,585 

1,050 
2,298 
7,130 
15,816 



1.669 
3,030 
2,365 
4,776 



130 

16,404 
19.466 
1.491 
1,361 
17,189 
18.967 
14,635 
16,047 
2,554 
2.940 
3.' 
4,134 



2,149 

. 

20,159 

44.380 



(NA) 
(iij 

(iij 
(iij 



1.561 
1.669 
271.589 
212,671 
21.276 
23.963 

1.102 
1,255 
12,561 
14,087 
236.681 
243.145 

494 
424 
2,841 
3.080 
1.907 
1.490 



1,150 
1,216 
1,797 



56 

19.824 
17,440 
1,815 
3.783 
21,461 
20,971 

19,322 
1,302 
1,649 
2,401 
3,062 



1,252 
1.755 
22,860 



(NA) 
(NAJ 
(NAJ 

(iij 



2,740 
3.417 
460,520 
413.531 
53,581 
71,070 

2.272 
3.043 
22.729 
31,301 
242,700 
487,269 

1.979 
2.542 
12,958 
21,751 



2.055 
4,325 



278 



95,091 
109,152 
16.810 
20,652 
102,511 
106,759 
99,658 
100.752 
2.853 
6,007 
10,934 
13,725 



3,532 
3,857 
51 ,608 

,,■.,. 



(.«) 
(iij 
(ii) 
(iij 



1,785 
2,280 
167,062 
186,776 
32.322 
46,549 

1.345 
1,931 
17,260 
20.817 
136,077 
416,179 



18.396 
5.305 
7.263 18 



1.741 
1.440 , 
3,172 



11,840 
24,003 
1.822 
990 
13.441 
21,951 
11,236 
17.345 
2.205 
4,606 
2.988 
5,795 



1.737 
2,457 
13,775 
48,013 



2,222 

2,767 

273,981 

295,790 



2.212 

2,700 

227,082 

232,536 



1.739 

2,015 
167,322 
198,885 



2,087 

2,453 

280,153 

285,879 



2,221 

2,675 

237.414 

251,115 



1,920 

2,123 

225,134 

264,835 



2,940 
3,280 

273 , 177 
287,154 



2,949 

4,111 
202.026 
218.270 



2.462 

3.060 

358,009 

306,772 



1,635 91 

2,020 92 

153,621 93 

164.825 94 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations 



Land in multiple-unit operations total 



Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total 



Corn harvested for 
graln multiple units reporting 1954. 



302,3a 
WO, 728 
185,316 
217,489 
22 



1,335 

8,334 

13,068 



1,452 

1,156 



976 
1,494 
1,614 
2,570 
22,505 
29,500 



13,032 
26,500 

8,353 

13.062 



2,096 
3,437 
34,228 

47,389 



20,916 
44,389 

13,131 

21,323 



20,863 
29,963 
12,752 
14,131 



19.744 
30,648 
12,348 



18,894 
27,572 
11 , 589 
13,010 



Peanuts harvested for picking 
or threshing multiple units 



163 

518 

1,066 

5,224 

609,083 

4, 4a, 274 

708 



Land in all subunits including 
home farm 



1 1954. 
1950. 



36,733 
50,058 



4,817,123 
5,599,331 



10,617 
13,219 



1,084 
1,593 

23,289 
35,450 



1,251 
2,309 



35,457 
76,902 



97,518 
163,075 



3,074 
5,130 



162,670 
286,429 



172,298 
201,987 



2,260 
3,175 



177,107 
242,736 



1.999 
2,828 



173,286 
240,199 



Rented by operator of multiple 

1950.. 

Subunits not included In 
multiple units operators reporting 1954.. 

number 1954., 
1950. , 

Share tenants n™ ber I 954 - 

1950. 
Other tenants, not croppers nor share 
tenants »»»« £*; 

Land in subunits not Included in multiple 
units 10 ,n' 



1,007,044 
1,051,045 

3,166 
4,603 
9,464 

14,571 



2,529 
4,840 



5,146 
10,605 



31,976 
47,394 



35,664 
39,876 



a, 655 
46,533 



37,776 
47,277 



BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



ALABAMA 



63 



The 


State — Continued 




Areal ' 




Size 


of unit — Continued 


Total 












Size of unit 














260 to 
■499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 


30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 


140 to 


180 to 


220 to 


260 to 


500 to 


1,000 








over 




acres 


acres 


acres 


139 acres 


179 acres 


219 acres 


259 acres 


499 acres 


999 acres 


acres and 




2.16C 
2.23C 


83 
1,26" 


874 
897 


2,005 
2,066 


51 
26 


79 
89 


107 
123 


203 
276 


262 
347 


IS JS ia 481 ^ i( * 1 

254 180 148 372 161 90 2 


6,47; 
6,584 


3,02c 
4.89C 


4,724 
5,435 


6,068 
6,258 


105 
52 


166 

181 


232 
259 


439 
594 


570 
776 


«4 380 1,650 725 782 3 
612 471 «2 1,2731 808| 810 4 


2,133 

2,144 


82£ 

1,231 


873 
886 


1,955 
1,957 


42 
23 


69 
75 


97 
99 


196 

255 


260 
321 


244 18C 
246 17< 


13' 
14/ 


478 146 loe 

367 161 9C 


5 
6 


4,3.42 
4,440 


2,203 
3,659 


3,851 
4,549 


4,113 
4,301 


63 
29 


97 
106 


135 
160 


243 
339 


310 
455 


3a 25/ 
366 29 


24. 
27! 


1,172 579 67! 
906 647 72C 


7 
8 


877,057 
789,552 


584,515 
881,650 


2,106,236 
2,089,350 


648,797 
581,667 


931 
464 


3,172 
3,515 


6,248 
7.481 


16,901 
23,243 


30,821 
a, 046 


39,15 
39.80C 


35,98/ 
35,44! 


33,40; 
34.92; 


198,545 101.47= 
131,103 109,46! 


182,155 
155,176 


9 

10 


718,398 
604,183 


4%, 012 
726,204 


1,969,152 
1,902,716 


535,157 
454,763 


433 

180 


1,7a 

1,658 


3.815 
3,808 


11,303 
14,608 


22,595 
27,548 


29,06! 
28.95C 


28.52C 
26, 25C 


25,117 
26,176 


165,646 84,43. 
102,272 90,19! 


162,484 
133,118 


11 
12 


158,659 
185,369 


88,503 
155,446 


137,084 
186,634 


113,640 
126,904 


498 
284 


1.431 
1,857 


2,433 
3,673 


5,598 
8,635 


8,226 
13,498 


10.09C 
10 ,85C 


7.464 
9.198 


8,286 
8,747 


32,89' 
28,831 


17,04/ 
19,27; 


19,671 
22,058 


13 
14 


292,223 
268,561 


147,806 
222,657 


292,470 
304.686 


282,711 
273,589 


616 
316 


1,798 
2,447 


3,780 
5,028 


10,152 
13,759 


17,646 
25,155 


a, 667 
23.15C 


19,109 
18,916 


17,403 
19,189 


89,85 c 
61,42.! 


43,161 
44,638 


57,520 
59,567 


15 

16 


2,093 
2,153 
4,951 
5,229 

114.225 
98,514 

1,427,166 

1,685,635 

2,058 

2,050 

5.109 
5,063 
81,778 
91,075 
50,373 
43.107 
5 
3 


803 
1,198 

2,339 
3,757 

54,362 
75,964 

691,189 
1.353,588 

784 
1,132 

2,451 
3.738 

a. 251 
72,688 
24,856 
36,507 

1 

1 


839 

853 

3,490 

4,151 

88,924 

87.953 

1,152,490 

1,616,426 

821 

813 

4,032 

4,333 

75,870 

95,304 

45,547 

50,206 

1 


1,888 
1,903 

4.189 
4.2a 
96,222 
74,657 
1,060,858 
1.504,580 

1,933 
2,017 

5,158 

5.543 

108,872 

147.888 

62,208 

83,370 

1 

6 


28 
14 

35 
16 

178 
78 

1,607 

1,772 

30 
22 

42 
29 

339 
208 

178 
106 


63 
76 
81 
109 
687 
776 

7,903 
16,164 

70 
82 

103 
133 
847 
1,420 
477 
715 


95 
106 

ia 

166 

1,5a 
1,509 
14,629 
28,010 

103 

122 

168 
216 

1,686 
3.037 

957 
1,517 


189 
252 

300 
W2 
4,310 
4,715 
42,691 
83,526 

192 
265 

335 

494 

4,280 

7,216 

2,294 
3,781 

3 


249 
319 

435 
558 

7.346 
7,677 

82,893 

138,193 
257 
339 
462 
692 

7,205 
13.547 

4.024 
7.356 

2 


2a 

239 

4a 

452 

8,825 

7,843 

97,518 

138,221 

245 

253 

499 

553 

8,675 

12,151 

4,612 

6,184 


177 
169 
342 
347 

7,638 
5,760 
75,064 

111,224 
179 
179 

383 

a9 

7,273 
10,127 
4,096 
5,669 

1 


137 
140 
300 
313 
6,574 
5,406 

104,231 

ia 

147 

332 

380 

7,288 

10,126 
4.106 
5,a4 


468 

350 

1.171 

883 

30,274 
16.908 

329,812 

346,306 

471 

364 

1,460 

1,142 

32,718 

32,855 

18,471 

18,163 

1 


ia 

151 

482 

509 

13,890 

11,162 

156,515 
228,052 

144 
157 

665 
727 
17.277 
24.566 
10,197 
14.392 


100 
87 
461 
476 

14,959 
12,823 

178,210 

308,881 

101 

87 

709 
758 

21,284 
32.635 
12,796 
20,073 


17 

18 

19 
20 
.'1 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 

30 

31 
32 
33 
34 


37 
34 


3 


14 


6 

1 
17 








3 
8 


2 




1 










35 
36 

37 


39,600 


2,000 


20.000 


500 










' 














38 


20,104 






22.543 








11, a9 


4,924 




6,200 




500 






39 
40 


603 


269 


193 


7 


























724 


428 


21. 


3 










1 






1 




1 


1 


41 


1,228 


693 


642 


13 










2 














42 


1,616 


1,165 


886 


3 














1 




4 


2 


43 


17,918 


10,596 


10,409 


11 














1 










44 


27,613 


21,992 


15.830 


3 










1 


2 




1 




•i 


1 


45 


9,678,512 


5,665,058 


4,917,105 


6,219 










a6 


1 










46 


22,774,494 


17,934,033 


13.162,092 


1.300 










300 
1,000 


300 


448 


620 


3,847 


588 


47 
48 


1,714 
1.938 


720 
1,105 


778 
775 


1,256 
1,548 


7 
9 


25 
50 


50 
76 


112 

189 


149 

258 


163 

197 


119 
137 


91 
116 


342 
308 


110 

133 


88 

75 


49 
50 


5,621 
7,910 


3,250 
6,409 


6.439 
8,003 


3.372 
5,920 


16 
23 


46 
114 


89 
209 


221 
517 


313 
696 


352 
523 


286 
431 


210 
388 


973 
1,220 


417 
867 


449 
932 


51 
52 


7,928 


4.193 


9,356 


7,457 


135 


206 


270 


516 


638 


663 


546 


455 


1,957 


856 


1,215 


53 


8.643 


7,177 


11.634 


7,847 


61 


227 


320 


702 


898 


699 


561 


494 


,623 


1,107 


1,157 


54 


953,877 
908,089 


636,769 

1.027,521 


2.374.235 
2.403.724 


743,755 
679.585 


3,159 
1.593 


5,488 
5.466 


7,312 
10,227 


21,759 
28,030 


34,323 
51.304 


41,838 
43,513 


42,040 
a. 938 


38.760 
38,620 


216,865 
150,415 


110,865 
129,228 


221,346 
179,249 


S5 
56 


720,583 
705,160 


502,113 
815,419 


1.904,559 
1.989.231 


449.978 
440.895 


3.054 

1.541 


5,051 
4.528 


5.941 
8,620 


17,304 
20.422 


22,170 
35,147 


25,716 
28,687 


25,869 

27.174 


23,120 
20,967 


121,952 
89,109 


66,882 
82,216 


132,919 
122,46/, 


57 
S8 


233.294 
202,929 


134,656 
212,102 


469,676 

414.493 


293.777 
238.690 


105 
52 


437 
940 


1,371 
1,607 


4.455 
7,608 


12,153 
16.157 


16,122 
14,826 


16.171 
14.764 


15,640 
17,653 


94,913 
61,306 


43,983 
47,012 


88,427 
56,765 


9 

.0 


760 
921 


397 

724 


609 
698 


585 
672 


20 

9 


27 
24 


28 
33 
38 


38 
66 


47 
82 
68 
122 
48 
86 


51 
65 
78 

87 

54 
51 


45 


40 


155 


62 


72 


>1 


1.453 


1,164 


4.632 


1,389 


30 


40 


49 
112 

90 
97 
62 


45 


145 


94 


60 


2 


2,059 

849 

1,080 


2.287 

514 

1,086 


6,199 
1,643 
2,020 


1.589 
979 
954 


9 
23 
2 


46 
27 
30 


61 

32 
36 


108 
63 

68 


75 
72 

46 
51 


307 

348 

229 

210 


131 
299 
78 
170 


433 

347 

282 ( 

188 ( 


3 

A 

5 
6 


604 
979 


650 
1,201 


2,989 

4.179 


410 
635 


7 
7 


13 
16 


6 
25 


14 
40 


20 
36 


24 

36 


15 
28 


29 
21 


78 

138 


53 
129 


151 ( 
159 { 


7 
8 


76.820 
118,537 


52.254 
145,871 


267,999 

314,374 


94,958 
97,918 


2,228 
1,129 


2,316 
1.953 


1,064 
2,746 


4,858 
4,787 


3.502 
10,258 


2,680 
3,713 


6,056 
6,490 


5,357 
3.697 


18,320 
19,312 


9,386 
19,760 


39,191 c 
24,073 7 


9 





64 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLF-UNIT OPERATIONS, 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, 



NfeltipU-unit operati 



Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations 



Home farms.... 
Cropper farms. 



Land in multiple-unit operations.... total e 

Home farms 

Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested "total 



Corn harvested for , 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 



Peanuts harvested for picking 
or threshing multiple units 



Horses and/or mules. . ..multiple units 



Undl«d-teo«Bl .per.tio». cont.i.iog .ultiple "»"= 

All snbunits Including home farm number 1954.. 



Land in all subunits including 
home farm •• 



Owned by operator of multiple 



Rented by operator of multiple 



Subunits not included in 
multiple units operators 



I 1954.. 
1950.. 



i 1954.. 
1950.. 



Other tenants, not croppers 
tenants 



eporting 1954.. 
1950. . 
number 1954. , 
1950., 

....number 1954. 
1950. 

■ share 

. . . .number 1954. 
1950. 



Size of unit 



54,659 

43,135 

775,567 

1,024,267 



2,401 
3,366 



318,656 
360.538 



Land in subunita not included in multiple 



2,870 
3,067 



10,005 
16,859 



1,019 
2,343 



8,660 
12,368 


21,051 
27,837 


5,016 
7,011 


13,248 
17,828 


3,644 
5,357 


7,803 
10,009 


5,013 
7,910 


11,522 
15,367 



6,868 
6,061 



24,984 
31,095 



3,055 
I,: 15 



33,843 
53.580 



6,273 
8,025 



27,211 
23,786 



60,237 

87,087 



4.013 
4,212 



66,584 
57,552 



22,840 
20,259 



5,150 
3,298 



ALABAMA 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



65 



Area 


2 — Continued 














Areas 3 


andA 














Size of unit — Continued 


Total 


Size of unit 




260 to 
499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 


Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 50 to 6 




70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


260 to 
499 acres 


500 t 
999 ac 


1,000 
= ea acres and 




196 

161 


46 
62 


21 
20 


737 
928 


24 
21 


42 

47 


If. 
87 


1 


34 103 

17 133 


67 
86 


87 
94 


31 

68 


156 
181 




60 43 
66 28 


1 
2 


579 
559 


150 
213 


85 
82 


1,848 
2,314 


50 
43 


86 

95 1 


83 
76 


1 
2 


2 224 
a 282 


143 
188 


204 
222 


81 
166 


416 
498 




80 209 

52 150 


3 
4 


193 
176 


44 
59 


21 
20 


723 
878 


23 

20 


41 


IS 
85 


( 
1( 


3 102 

.? 127 


66 
80 


85 

87 


31 
65 


154 
171 




57 43 
63 28 


5 
6 


366 

383 


106 
154 


64 
62 


1.125 
1.436 


27 
23 


45 
51 


93 


1 


!9 122 
4 155 


77 
108 


119 
135 


50 
101 


262 
327 




23 166 

89 122 


7 
8 


75,603 
62,774 


30.579 
42.157 


46,753 
41.867 


244,358 
244,942 


453 
396 


1,665 2.3 
1,841 5,6 


38 
56 


6.8< 
10,4 


K> 11.949 
16,380 


10,495 
13,462 


17,282 
18,577 


7,241 

16.118 


59.545 
64,683 


42, 
45, 


56 84.238 
55 52,264 


9 

10 


59,966 
47.689 


24.721 
34.457 


44.820 
39.736 


202,289 
186,033 


227 

204 


996 1,4 
1.050 3.4 


.5 
38 


4.8< 
6.7 


» 8.802 
8 10.806 


7,819 
9,326 


13,188 
12,519 


5.356 
11.674 


48.687 
50.177 


35, 
35. 


77 75 , 482 

27 44 . 444 


11 
12 


15,637 
15,085 


5,858 
7,700 


1.933 
2,131 


42,069 
58,909 


226 
192 


669 8 

791 2,1 


71 


2.0C 
3.6 


)6 3.147 
2 5,574 


2,676 
4,136 


4,094 
6,058 


1,885 
4.444 


10,858 
14.506 


6. 
9, 


79 8,756 
28 7.820 


13 
14 


24,858 

19,471 


6,559 
8,894 


5.066 
3,911 


64,599 
77,122 


254 
227 


889 1,0 
940 2,7 


15 
62 


3.2- 
5.2 


8 5.049 

9 7,559 


4,092 

'■.418 


5.986 
7,289 


3.035 
5.809 


17.345 
20,503 


9, 
11, 


18 14.388 
70 10,006 


15 
16 


194 
171 


44 
59 


20 

19 


717 
885 


23 

19 


39 

42 




1 


2 

128 


65 
80 


85 
89 


31 
66 


151 
178 




60 42 
62 27 


17 
18 


457 
450 


124 
151 


68 
56 


1,448 
1.818 


31 
21 


62 

53 1 


5 
30 


1 
1 


8 180 
1 229 


115 
139 


165 
180 


61 
132 


330 
413 




53 168 

97 133 


19 
20 


13,229 
7,846 


3.068 
2.995 


2,094 
1.401 


28,493 
30.215 


143 
128 


494 5 

404 1,2 


a 
w 


1.6< 
2,1( 


3 2,529 

1 3.042 


2,126 
2,128 


3,124 
2,689 


1.434 
2.449 


7,858 
7,866 


3, 

4, 


96 4,928 
32 4,000 


21 
22 


1=3,647 
l'i.585 


42,770 
59.731 


34.579 
25,640 


411,659 
595,965 


1.881 
3.047 


6,205 5,3 
9.245 28.7 


95 


22,8< 
37,8" 


3 34,916 
9 64,073 


30,830 
44,881 


42,099 
55.191 


20.195 
52.951 


116.977 
136.898 


53. 

86, 


)89 76,716 
99 76,806 


23 
24 


183 
175 


-1 
58 


17 

19 


639 
856 


14 
13 


33 

39 


28 
77 


1 


94 
» 123 


56 
80 


82 
88 


30 
63 


144 
175 




54 41 
62 27 


25 
26 


438 
460 


116 
163 


64 
65 


1.272 
1,768 


16 
16 


45 

54 1 


-. 
11 


1 


3 151 

4 218 


94 
139 


150 
180 


64 
131 


302 

401 




4- 172 

99 133 


27 

28 


5,753 
7.511 


1.577 
2,527 


768 
1,210 


17,900 
31,510 


87 
72 


257 3 
376 1 .0 


17 
64 


8. 
2,4. 


2 1.469 
A 2.995 


1,271 
2.253 


1.873 
3.201 


1,017 
2.278 


4,792 
8.847 


2. 

4, 


38 3,337 
23 3,473 


29 

30 


4,231 
3,356 


l.( 

1, 


31 


560 
473 


13,175 
13.864 


56 
32 


213 2 

185 5 


'2 
11 


6 
1,0 


3 1.061 
7 1.536 


963 
918 


1, 
1, 


83 

30 


742 
1,016 


3. 

3. 


>07 


1.! 

2,( 


58 2 , 547 
30 1.452 


31 
32 
33 
34 

35 
36 


2 

6 




1 




28 
25 


2 


3 


2 
2 




2 8 

6 1 


3 




3 






6 




1 2 

2 1 


37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 


2 

8 


1 
1 




39 
29 


5 


"3 


2 
2 




5 10 
7 


3 

3 


3 




7 
6 




2 2 

3 1 


43 

4* 


2 
32 


2 

1 


2 


36 
38 


2 


4 


2 

1 




2 9 
6 


2 

3 


8 




8 
10 




1 2 
3 1 


45 

46 


680 
10,703 


800 
300 


900 


14,364 
19,433 


710 


9 
9% 9 


00 
00 


1.3 
3,8" 


8 4,160 
n 3.800 


252 

810 


2,020 


..'0 


2,744 
6,730 


t 
l.i 


50 1.790 

00 300 


47 


155 
150 


39 

47 


17 
16 


500 

720 


11 
13 


27 
36 


21 




75 
5 107 


46 
69 


53 

76 


23 

50 


113 
141 




44 37 
23 


50 


480 
621 


200 

224 


98 
110 


1,385 
2.389 


17 
20 


46 

59 1 


38 
91 


1 
If 


I 161 
^ 290 


no 

191 


107 
227 


57 
161 


374 
555 




39 225 
16 196 


51 

52 


724 


258 


148 


2,262 


61 


94 1 


DO 


1< 


1 248 


163 


231 


89 


510 




64 311 


'.i 


789 


299 


165 


2,922 


51 


104 1 


•• 


2< 


315 


243 


269 


213 


634 




70 237 


54 


84,074 


34,399 


54,293 


266,163 


512 


1,957 4.1 


50 


7,4( 


lb 12.429 


11,447 


18.240 


7,658 


63,648 


46, £ 


67 91.789 


55 


73.418 


49,141 


49,382 


275,752 


1,019 


1.954 5.9 


51 


12,8 


2 18.005 


16,521 


20,683 


18,405 


71,770 


52, 


22 56.510 


V, 


70,203 
60,384 


32,072 
37,991 


50,545 
45,402 


226.283 
227,055 


410 
971 


1.871 3.8 
1,904 5,5 




6.3' 
10,5. 


<0 10,335 
1 14,828 


10.275 
13.184 


14,782 
17,204 


6,485 
15,199 


55,448 
55.923 


37, C 
43, C 


09 79 , 404 
75 48,700 


57 

58 


13.871 


2,327 


3,748 


39.880 


102 


86 2 


• 


1.0" 


16 2.094 


1.172 


3,458 


1.173 


8,200 


9.( 


58 12,385 


59 


13.034 


11.150 


3,980 


48,697 


48 


50 4 


3 J 


2.Z- 


1 3.177 


3.337 


3.479 


3.206 


15,847 


9.C 


47 7,810 


60 


75 
85 
145 
230 


25 
34 

108 
86 


14 
15 
63 
83 


218 
293 

414 
608 


6 
6 

11 
8 


8 
7 
8 
9 


l « 
17 
17 
SO 




6 20 
23 

J 24 
33 


14 
35 
20 
55 


20 
27 
27 
47 


6 
27 
8 


54 
68 
94 
136 


] 


33 28 
40 19 
84 102 
18 87 


a 


114 


60 


54 


295 


6 


4 


11 




4 19 


13 


19 


7 


58 




65 79 


65 


164 


45 


57 


409 


3 


6 


8 




2 22 


30 


31 


34 


91 




80 72 


,.., 


31 
66 


48 
41 


9 
26 


119 
199 


5 
5 


4 
3 


LS 




5 5 

6 11 


7 
25 


8 
16 


1 
13 


36 
45 




19 23 
38 15 


67 
68 


8.471 
10,644 


3,820 
6,984 


7,540 
7,515 


21,805 
30.810 


59 
623 


292 1.8 
113 2 


12 


2.4C 


480 
2 1,625 


952 
3,059 


958 

2,106 


417 
2,287 


4,103 
7,087 


4,e 

6,<= 


11 7,551 
67 4,246 


t,S> 

70 



66 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 






Areas 4 and 1 


















Size 


of unit 










Total 


Under 30 to 4 
30 acres acres 




50 to 6 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acr 


140 to 
s 179 acre 


180 t 
219 ac 


220 to 
es 259 acres 






718 
1,023 


9 ; 

5 


2 

4 




32 75 

53 125 


1 
1 


04 

49 1 


9 
1 


62 42 
78 86 


2 


1950... 


3 

4 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950... 


1,897 
2,674 


18 i 
8 ( 


8 


] 


65 156 
07 260 




27 r 

27 2( 


9 ] 
>8 ] 


46 102 
80 216 


g 


Home farms number 1954 


703 
973 


9 ; 

5 



1 




29 72 
47 114 


] 


02 

40 1] 


9 
4 


62 42 
77 80 


6 


1950... 


7 




1,194 
1,701 


9 
3 


4 
7 




36 84 
60 146 


3 
1 


25 It 

87 1 


10 

4 ] 


84 60 
03 136 


8 


1950. . . 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


349,385 
410,433 


224 8' 
ill 1,3 


9 
9 


l.f 
3,1 


42 6,290 
30 10,469 


12,] 
17,' 


61 12,2 
96 18,7 


4 12, 
8 15, 


84 9,966 
05 20,389 


, 




302,213 
337,782 


113 4! 

66 6' 


3 
9 


l.C 
1, 


34 4,378 
>87 6,307 


9,3 

11, 


00 9,4 
67 13,3 


>0 9, 
9 12, 


45 7,965 
38 15,469 


12 


1950. . . 


11 




47,172 
72,651 


111 43 
45 6{ 


1 


i 

1, 


08 1,912 
M 4,162 


3,C 
6, 


61 2,7 

29 5,3 


4 2, 
9 3,] 


39 2,001 
67 4,920 


14 


1950... 


15. 




56,253 
80,764 


140 4t 
52 6f 


4 

1 


( 

1. 


10 2,462 
60 4,896 


4, 
6,< 


43 3,8 
93 6,3 


4 3,' 
2 4, 


33 2,562 

47 5,345 


1C 


1949. . . 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


707 
983 


9 
4 






31 75 
49 123 


] 

] 


03 

45 1 


9 
5 


42 

74 82 


L9 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


1,573 
2,157 


11 
5 


5 




47 125 

74 198 


] 


86 1 
66 23 


3 ] 

6 ] 


19 92 
50 175 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


24,974 
34,109 


91 2 
32 3 


3 

1 




85 1,367 
33 2,327 


2, 


19 1.9" 

84 2,9 


7 1. 
2 2, 


09 1,332 
15 2,566 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


330 ,089 
517 .166 


895 2,4 
410 6,1 


5 
2 


5. 
10, 


91 16,397 

92 36,908 


30, 
52,] 


94 23,2- 
53 42.5 


6 20, 

5 32, 


99 16,338 
53 43,479 


25 
26 


1949... 


655 
911 


5 
3 


8 

5 




26 65 
43 117 


] 


95 

34 1 


4 
4 


55 39 
69 78 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


1.342 

1,874 


7 
3 


1 




33 91 
57 176 




-.9 1 
1 


6 

2 ] 


98 70 
29 152 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


15,867 
26.614 


27 1 
20 2 


5 






23 712 
86 1,669 


1, 
2, 


29 1,1 
2b 2,1 


4 

8 1. 


oo .'73 
81 1,789 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


9,630 
11,691 


19 

12 


8 




34 425 
.16 759 




54 6 
40 9 


9 


83 446 
35 761 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


























35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


























37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


























39 

40 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


























41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


33 
58 






1 




1 1 




2 
5 


\ 


3 1 
5 10 


43 

44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


56 
96 






2 




1 1 
1 7 




7 

6 


3 

6 


b 1 
9 12 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 

1949... 


239 

414 






7 




1 1 
1 19 




9 
6 


4 



13 1 
64 33 


47 
48 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


130,745 
218,888 




5,0< 


IJ 




95 105 
00 6,125 


4, 
1, 


32 6 
75 3,1 


■2 8, 
12, 


66 120 
40 17,775 


49 
5C 


Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950. . . 


649 
946 


8 
3 


6 
5 




24 68 
45 112 




98 

39 1 


5 
4 


57 39 
75 83 


51 

52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


2,215 
3,639 


11 
5 


>2 

,7 




42 141 
09 245 




29 1 

,17 3 


o ] 
8 


68 110 
17 271 


53 


Landlord- tenant operation* containing nultiple unite: 


2,392 
3,665 


27 
12 







69 173 
26 291 




49 1 
77 2 


8 ] 
4 


60 119 
11 261 


54 


1950. . . 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


377,904 
470,040 


1,432 1,0 
545 1.6 


9 


1, 
3, 


89 6,863 

54 12,288 


12, 

20, 


99 13,0 
35 19.8" 


13, 
2 16, 


14 10,707 
40 25,152 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


341,810 
422,655 


1,427 1,0 
513 1,4 


3 
4 


1, 
3, 


49 6,439 

05 11,515 


12, 
19, 


48 11,9 
65 17, 9" 


5 12, ( 
8 14, 


104 10,278 
60 23,500 


58 


1950. . . 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


36,094 




7 




40 424 




51 1,0 


5 1, 


30 429 


60 


1950... 


47.385 


32 1 


5 




49 773 


1, 


70 1,8 


4 1, 


>80 1,652 


61 


Subunits not included in 


202 
332 
495 
991 


3 
9 

4 


3 
8 

9 




13 

11 26 
4 17 
19 31 




19 J 
33 ] 
22 ] 
50 


3 

9 

9 


12 14 
20 29 

14 17 
31 45 


62 
63 
64 


1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


65 




145 
373 


3 
1 


1 
5 




3 5 

8 12 




14 

37 ] 


2 


9 8 

13 19 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


350 
618 


6 
3 


5 
4 




1 12 
11 19 




8 
13 ] 


7 
2 


5 9 
18 26 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not Included in multiple 


28 510 




)1 
X) 






3,C 


38 7 

39 1,1 


6 = 

4 1.1 


50 741 
35 4,763 


70 


1950... 


»•« 






34 3 


24 1.3 


• 



ALABAMA 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



67 



Areas 4 and B— Continued 


Area 5 




Size of unit— Continued 




Size of unit 




260 to 
499 acre 


500 to 
3 999 acr 


1,000 


i 


Under 30 to 
30 acres acres 


9 50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acre 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 

219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


260 to 
499 acre 


500 
999 a 


1,000 
-£ e3 acres and 




15 
17 


J 


74 6 
L12 8 


i 13 
1 1.9 


31 31 

53 41 


61 63 
95 161 


140 
212 


17 
28- 


3 140 
209 


104 
180 


98 

131 


29 
33 


3 

3 


76 117 

174 127 


1 
2 


41 
47 


5 


239 30 

386 37 


5 3.4 
5 5,2 


19 65 
a 77 


124 135 
192 335 


298 

442 


36 
62 


3 301 
467 


242 

408 


237 
321 


81 
91 


3 


277 563 
3 73 781 


3 


151 
17 


3 

a 


72 6 
108 e 


3 1.2 
1 1,8 


79 29 
77 39 


56 63 

84 154 


133 
197 


17 
27 


137 
3 201 


103 

174 


98 
129 


29 
32- 


7 


76 117 

72 124 


5 
6 


26 
29 1 


3 


167 23 
278 29 


3 2,1 

1 3.3 


A 36 
=4 • 38 


68 72 
108 181 


165 
245 


19 
35 


164 
3 266 


139 
234 


139 
192 


51 
59 


> 


201 44c 
301 657 


7 
8 


60,41 
62,01 


J 48, 

77, 


332 184,90 
583 183,47 


* 601,7 
J 673,0 


j3 552 2, 
79 807 3 , 


,33 3.725 
707 10,800 


11,660 
17,896 


20,46 
35,29 


22,153 
1 32,845 


20,584 
35,796 


23,617 
30,965 


124,32 
118,07 


> 53, 
i 119, 


339 318,314 
328 267,266 


9 
LO 


50,72 
48,17 


L 40, 

3 62, 


112 168,96 

,01 165.92 


7 536.8 
J 554.3 


7 264 1 , 
37 45 1, 


)42 2,328 
353 6,810 


7,828 
11,396 


15,17 
25,201 


3 17.457 
3 23.764 


15,593 
26,823 


19,614 
24,002 


106,00 
94,88 


3 48. 
3 101, 


371 302,941 
779 237,646 


11 
12 


9,69 
13,83 


i 7, 

J 15, 


WO 15.93 
182 17,55 


7 64,9 
5 118.7- 


,6 288 

72 762 1 , 


S91 1,397 
754 3.990 


3,832 
6,500 


5,28 
10,09" 


> 4,696 
9,081 


4,991 
8,973 


4,003 
6,963 


18,32 
23,18' 


5, 
3 17. 


!68 15,373 
S49 29,620 


13 
14 


13,30 
15,81 


7, 
3 15. 


>98 17,16 
,76 19,13 


7 116.3 
i 157.0 


38 322 1 , 
75 639 2, 


93 1 .865 
93 5.777 


5,410 
8,470 


7,791 
14.82' 


! 7,688 
3 11.489 


6,546 
11,587 


6,534 

9, as 


29,53 
28,57 


> 10. 
i 25, 


314 38,806 
308 38,295 


15 

16 


15( 
17 


7 


72 (A 
06 7 


3 1,2- 
3 1.8 


74 27 
30 


57 61 
81 152 


139 
205 


IT 
27< 


138 
3 205 


104 
177 


97 
128 


29 
J2 , 




113 
119 


17 
18 


35 

40 


. 


03 26 
304 31 


2,7 
i 4.2 


8 42 
7 48 


83 93 
J.7 252 


250 
370 


30 

53 


251 
401 


197 
345 


193 
266 


67 
76( 




19 443 
43 623 


19 
20 


5,88 
7,27 


3. 
5. 


J.0 6,08< 
36 6,44 


) 50,8 
I 69,5 


1 198 
)6 316 


>97 1,008 
67 2,614 


3.138 
4.079 


4.3a 
7,27 


4.192 
3 5,294 


3,493 
5,473 


3,277 
4,275 


14.03 
13,35 


3 3, 

11, 


774 12,745 
95 14,854 


21 
22 


82,14 

101,04 


44, 
> 92, 


35 87,93 
23 99,17 


555,1 
1,329,0 


7 2,055 8, 
9 6,487 18, 


.33 12.615 
98 50,759 


34,385 
80,437 


46,07 
133.30 


42,941 
102,268 


31,814 
104.825 


32,629 
81,575 


158,83 
247 ,89 


42, 
214, 


70 142,382 
61 288,431 


23 
24 


14 
161 




72 6 
96 7 


> 1.2< 


)0 13 
28 


47 59 
77 148 


130 
198 


16. 
27 


129 
199 


100 
171 


95 
126 


28" 
32 




70 108 
67 119 


23 

26 


31 
35 




75 25 
>79 29( 


2.5 


5 18 
8 39 


62 85 
07 235 


197 
322 


25 

48< 


219 
365 


184 
331 


177 
260 


61 
72 




25 492 
53 653 


27 
28 


4,07 

5.141 


1, 

5, 


(56 4.661 
24 6,05( 


35,2 
58,7 


9 96 
19 265 


65 629 
508 2,247 


1,582 
3,071 


2.53 
5,77 


2.285 

4.560 


2,027 
4,498 


2.016 
3.509 


8,86 
10,84 


1, 

t , 


i ; . 67' 1 
86 12,624 


29 

111 


2, 
2, 


-> 


1, 
2. 


08 3.02 
JO 2,82 


20,2 
28,2 


1 47 
155 


99 3 
,06 9 


C9 
3? 


9 

1,5 


3 



2, 


4 
3 


1.2 
2,1 


if 

Jl 


1,1 
2,1 


9 


1.080 
1.576 


5.37( 
4,70 


1, 
5, 


31 6.690 
66 6.430 


31 
32 

<i 
34 

35 
36 




1 




10 

10 


1 


9 

1 


1 
4 


2 

11 




2 

7 




1 




< 




4 






2 
16 


1 
2t 




13 6 


37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 


1< 




15 1 
19 1 




9 

i 1 


2 2 
6 14 


18 


U 
1 


6 
25 


11 


2 
23 


1 
2 




6 5 
23 13 


43 
44 


1( 
3 




28 5 

60 a 


1 
3 


i 

1 


1 2 
5 13 


2 

21 


1 
2 


6 
39 


23 
15 


13 
22 


4 




5 13 
74 55 


45 
46 


3,54 
16,69 


73 ,( 
118, 


170 34,37( 
10 41.89 


48, 5i 
161.7 


650 f 


55 121 
86 2,118 


244 
9.558 


6,30< 


1.325 
15.693 


15.312 
7,750 


2,300 
7,685 


18,67v 
19,17 




85 5,520 
91 29,670 


47 
48 


13 
16< 




68 6. 

02 7 


1.0C 

1.7 


17 
29 


37 45 
69 140 


106 
191 


121 

25< 


112 
195 


83 
169 


83 
121 


23" 

30 




92 

60 118 


49 
50 


45- 
71 




15 53 
71 72- 


2,9< 
6,0< 


21 
53 


57 90 

27 330 


224 
473 


261 

67. 


285 
567 


193 
530 


235 
410 


71< 
1.11 




39 662 
92 1,019 


51 

■-2 


49 




99 55 


4,51 


79 


32 144 


322 


39C 


344 


288 


287 


1.01C 




40 1.180 


53 


58 




77 85 


6,8< 


91 


38 390 


509 


753 


555 


477 


449 


1,19 


' 


30 1 , 306 


54 


64,89' 


•>., 


86 200,70- 


669.1 


7 1,009 2, 


55 3.970 


12,446 


20.90, 


23.569 


22,298 


25,681 


133,58] 




92 367,443 


55 


67,42< 


91, 


24 210,66 


751.1' 


8 1.668 5. 


29 13,489 


20,681 


39,93< 


37,838 


38,422 


35,716 


130,38; 


1 ". 


50 294,664 


56 


57,37 
58,26 


43. 
80, 


50 183,56 
m 191,19- 


568, 9< 
649,1 


9 984 2,. 
6 1,497 4,( 


56 3,660 
98 11,622 


11.349 
18,658 


18,44, 
35,59. 


21,050 
33,660 


20,024 
33.289 


22,866 
31,774 


111,66! 
110,49! 


49,1 


01 307,573 
■70 257,898 


57 
58 


7,52 


7, 


36 17,14 


100,1- 


25 


99 310 


1,097 


2.46C 


2,519 


2,274 


2,815 


21,91 c 


6,( 


91 59.870 


59 


9,16 


10.' 


21 19,46 


102,0 


171 < 


31 1 .867 


2,023 


4,34" 


4,178 


5.133 


3.942 


19, 88/ 


23.; 


80 36,766 


60 


51 
61 

7( 
10 




30 3' 
58 5' 

60 25 
91 47" 


3< 

6. 
1,0< 
1.6 


12 
9 9 

14 
14 


6 9 
19 30 

8 9 
46 55 


21 
40 
24 
67 


1- 
6/ 

2< 
12' 


29 
54 
43 
88 


29 
49 
46 
69 


29 
52 
50 
128 


Iff, 

13? 
195 
276 




26 81 
78 94 
63 617 
57 525 


61 
62 
' ' 
64 


2 




26 3 


4. 


4 


5 5 


13 


It 


21 


20 


21 


10/ 




24 192 


65 


3 




85 U 


8 


2 


23 19 


37 


« 


56 


34 


82 


128 


1 


27 253 


66 


5 

7 




34 a 

06 33 


6" 
8 


4 10 

12 


3 4 
23 36 


11 
30 


1C 

a: 


22 

32 


26 
35 


29 

46 


95 

148 


1 


39 425 
30 272 


67 
68 


4,47 
5,41 


3. 


54 15.80 
41 27,18 


67,3! 

78. 0< 


457 

861 l.t 


22 245 
22 2.689 


786 
2,785 


44; 

4.64* 


1,416 
4.993 


1 .714 
2,626 


2,064 
4,751 


9.256 
12,304 


1,8 

13,6 


53 49,129 
22 27,398 


69 

70 



68 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Areas 6 and C 






Size of unit 




Total 


Under 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 


140 to 


180 to 


220 to 








30 acres 


acres 


acres 


acres 


139 acres 


179 acr 


es 219 acr 


es 259 acres 






1,1 
1, 


52 34 

43 38 


55 

86 


1 


50 
01 


67 73 
97 100 




47 
84 


61 48 
88 85 


2 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


4,. 
5," 


84 74 
43 77 


117 
189 


1 


06 1 

46 ; 


52 184 
25 254 


] 


22 1 

14 ; 


61 145 
28 278 


4 


1950... 


5 


H me farms number 1954 


1.1 
1,< 


34 32 

45 26 


51 
64 




46 
78 


65 73 

87 90 




47 
81 


60 47 
86 82 


6 


1950... 




. number 1954 


A,. 


50 42 
98 51 


66 
125 


1 


60 

68 ] 


87 111 
38 164 


1 


75 ] 

3 


01 98 
42 196 


8 


1950. . . 


9 

l.i 


Land in multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 

1950... 


l.lll.C 
1,311/ 


55 637 
34 730 


2.178 
3,271 


2.S 
6,. 


92 5, 
81 8,t 


04 8,539 
88 11,891 


7, 
13,. 


79 11, c 
53 17, i 


*90 11,321 
72 20,227 


u 




1,041,' 
1,202,< 


07 408 
22 265 


1,552 
1,740 


2,1 
3,( 


76 4, 
35 6,1 


52 6,916 
10 8,169 


5,< 

10,1 


75 9, 
24 14,3 


30 9,263 
06 15,845 


12 


1950. . . 


u 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


69,. 
109, ( 


48 229 
12 465 


626 
1.531 


r 
2,' 


lb 1, 
46 2, 


52 1,623 
78 3,722 


1, 
3,3 


04 2,( 

29 3.. 


>60 2,058 
66 4,382 


14 


1950... 


15 


Cropland harvested total acres 1954 


161, < 
208, 


19 465 
75 580 


1,144 
2,333 


1, 
3,f 


41 2, 
05 4. 


65 3,444 
46 4,856 


2, 

4,f 


28 4,1 
98 5,< 


55 3,133 
65 6,560 


16 


1949. . . 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


l.t 
1, 


72 27 
41 33 


50 
80 




48 
90 


66 73 
94 92 




44 
82 


57 44 
85 78 


19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3. 
4, 


o2 39 
15 49 


83 
152 


1 


83 1 
72 


28 155 
96 202 




01 1 
79 1 


27 110 
91 213 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


47, 
63 .( 


16 177 
104 245 


510 
995 


1, 


il 1, 
09 1, 


56 1,478 
22 2,013 


2, 


82 1, 
40 2, 


50 1,333 
17 2,270 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


503, 

1,110. 


21 1,327 
34 4,004 


3,105 
13,035 


6, 
22, 


48 8, 

71 30, 


83 11,691 
176 34,608 


9, 

34, 


45 13, 
10 45, 


87 11,997 
17 35,770 


25 
26 


1949... 


1, 
1, 


75 30 
39 33 


50 
80 




45 
93 


61 73 
89 87 




44 
74 


56 ,4 
83 78 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3, 

4, 


91 53 
24 49 


85 
147 


1 


78 
90 


17 157 
80 188 




90 
60 


27 113 
86 216 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


42, 
60, 


13 241 
15 282 


500 
1,100 


1,' 


61 

30 1, 


25 1,477 
38 2,075 


1, 


74 1, 

9b 2, 


14 1,182 
72 2 ,741 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


23. 
29, 


>S0 138 

150 


260 
479 




49 
80 


22 sa 

83 1,130 




32 

73 1, 


73 608 
73 1,341 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 




























35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 




























37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 




























39 
40 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949. . . 




























41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 




54 

61 2 


8 




8 
10 


9 15 
14 19 




10 
21 


12 8 
16 19 


43 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 




6, 

38 3 


10 
9 




12 

10 


12 29 

17 27 




14 
35 


16 16 
23 29 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


1, 


. 8 

01 3 


10 
15 




30 
22 


20 45 
70 92 




48 
24 


41 42 
82 77 


47 
48 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949... 


300, 
819, 


54 

39 816 


2,610 
5.034 


6, 

17, 


22 3, 

>09 31, 


48 10,904 
94 33,534 


16, 
61, 


90 13, 
57 34. 


35 14,826 
59 29,647 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. ...multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950... 


1, 
1, 


116 23 
276 24 


49 
62 




37 
75 


57 62 

77 82 




32 

76 


53 42 

77 72 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950. . . 


5, 


,02 50 
91 55 


111 
147 




77 
>00 


33 145 
206 245 




83 
58 


48 135 
266 


53 


Landlord- tenant operationa containing nnltiple unita: 


7, 

11, 


?29 83 

160 105 


147 
254 




33 
83 


78 198 
94 324 




50 
74 


94 170 
16 410 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


1,252, 
L.563, 


229 923 
153 1,865 


3,101 
5.898 


3, 

15, 


02 

89 13. 


26 8,790 
53 14,198 


8, 
16, 


11 12. 

05 21 . 


88 11,703 
00 31.344 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


966, 
1,235, 


335 528 
316 1,571 


2,3a 
4,612 


2, 

12. 


63 4, 

65 10, 


>25 5,830 
)47 12,014 


7, 
13, 


52 9, 
.88 18, 


79 9,609 
33 24,069 


58 


1950... 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


286, 
327, 


L94 395 
337 294 


780 
1,286 


1, 
2, 


39 1 . 
24 


J01 2,960 
3O6 2,184 


2, 


59 3, 

17 2, 


09 2 ,094 
07 7,275 


60 


1950... 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunits not included in 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950... 


3, 
5, 


567 9 
337 13 
345 9 
417 28 


14 
30 
30 
65 




13 
43 
27 
37 


24 9 
36 25 

26 14 
69 70 




14 
28 
28 
60 


22 16 
38 41 
33 25 
88 132 


65 




1, 


915 3 
389 8 


9 

25 




27 


12 3 
20 13 




5 
15 


9 6 

20 19 


66 


1950. . . 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


2, 


b 
20 


21 
40 




18 


14 11 
49 57 




23 

45 


24 19 
68 113 


68 


1950. . . 


69 


Land In subunits not included in multiple 


141, 
251, 


174 286 


923 


8, 


10 
?08 4, 


)22 251 


2, 


32 

52 J, 


98 382 


70 


1950. . . 


319 1.13 


5 


2,6 


27 


S65 2 , 307 


28 11,117 



ALABAMA 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



69 



tee., 


and C— Continued 












Area 


7a 














Size of unit— Continued 




Size of unit 




260 to 

499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 




30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acreB 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


260 to 
499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 




246 
243 


155 
273 


316 
348 


2,199 
3,067 


20 
17 


49 
61 


62 
105 


167 
375 


258 

521 


232 

212 


205 
316 


201 

230 


587 

690 


247 
369 


171 
171 


1 
2 


858 
796 


558 
1.108 


1.907 
2,128 


5.812 
8,299 


40 
36 


100 
122 


127 
217 


341 
771 


547 
1,134 


509 
473 


457 
743 


474 
562 


1,626 
1,949 


822 
1,315 


769 
977 


3 


243 
237 


154 
269 


316 
345 


2,160 
2,832 


18 

13 


48 
57 


62 
91 


162 
337 


254 
479 


224 
192 


202 
294 


197 
212 


577 
642 


246 
349 


17 

166 


5 

6 


615 
559 


404 
839 


1,591 
1,783 


3.652 
5.467 


22 
23 


52 
65 


65 

126 


179 
434 


293 
655 


285 
281 


255 
449 


277 
350 


1.049 
1.307 


57b 
966 


599 

811 


8 


108.033 
89.693 


115,240 
194,704 


837,242 
945.624 


935,255 
1,112,509 


357 
351 


1,981 
2,389 


3,659 
6,288 


13.804 
33.459 


30,455 
67,160 


36,771 
33,611 


40,315 
62,404 


47,790 
54,639 


234,224 
244.167 


171,383 
257,274 


354,516 
350,767 


9 

10 


95,782 
75.565 


104.942 
174.200 


801.111 
893.163 


743,567 
823.619 


138 
106 


880 
1,053 


1,832 
2,805 


7,103 
17,041 


17,802 
40.118 


23,302 
20,365 


26,925 

a. 613 


32,591 
35,818 


177,669 
171,174 


138.214 

195.130 


317,111 
298,396 


11 
12 


12,251 

14,128 


10,298 
20,504 


36.131 
52,461 


191 ,688 
288 .890 


a9 
245 


1,101 
1,336 


1,827 

3.483 


6.701 
16,418 


12.653 
27,042 


13,469 
13.246 


13,390 
20,791 


15,199 
18,821 


56,555 
72,993 


33,169 
62,144 


37.405 
52.371 


13 
14 


24,841 
24,995 


20,696 
38,048 


98,107 
112,289 


274.544 
356.114 


199 
268 


1.179 
1.613 


1.936 
4,155 


7,738 
20,4% 


15,935 
36.400 


17,932 
17,207 


19,023 
29,327 


21,638 
24,764 


88,165 
93,388 


46,760 
72,505 


54,039 
55,991 


15 
16 


224 
232 


143 
252 


296 
323 


2,109 
2,950 


12 

12 


40 
58 


55 

96 


161 
352 


247 
501 


228 
204 


195 
305 


194 
225 


571 
675 


238 
353 


168 
169 


17 

18 


648 
641 


425 
865 


1.363 
1,655 


4,344 
6,624 


12 
16 


49 
74 


74 
144 


226 

575 


391 
937 


378 
371 


330 
597 


351 

448 


1,228 
1.594 


667 
1,074 


638 
794 


19 

JO 


8.371 
9.579 


7,146 
12,875 


24,382 
27,339 


107,278 
127,320 


83 

129 


496 
750 


916 

1.731 


3,607 
7,742 


7,391 
14,352 


7,590 
5.974 


7.774 
10,825 


8,231 
8,495 


32.471 
33,940 


17,941 
25,002 


20,778 
18,380 


21 
22 


81,646 
157,212 


68,095 
242,555 


286.897 
489.476 


1,416,772 
1,819,356 


779 
2.030 


5,971 
10,819 


10.849 
22.927 


44,231 
109,617 


92,201 
198,266 


94,949 
80.537 


98,770 
148,320 


100,353 
115,434 


429,072 
478,628 


251,482 
378,240 


288,115 
274,538 


23 

24 


227 

219 


143 
238 


302 
315 


2,067 
2,601 


12 

1: 


42 

45 


57 
84 


159 
323 


245 
454 


221 
179 


190 
261 


187 
192 


562 
593 


231 

310 


161 
M9 


25 
26 


678 
603 


442 
839 


1,651 
1,666 


4,135 
5,424 


15 
15 


47 
56 


68 

120 


203 

464 


342 
741 


347 
292 


305 
466 


341 
353 


1,222 
1,314 


629 
893 


ol6 
710 


27 
28 


7,997 

8,725 


4.882 


22,860 
26.719 


53,703 
66,897 


66 
75 


317 
327 


471 
1,909 


1,607 
3.182 


3.280 
7,684 


3.611 
3.185 


3,810 
4.955 


4.309 
4.307 


16,782 
16,128 


9,113 
13,264 


10,337 
11,881 


29 

30 


4.460 
4,438 


2,667 
5,698 


12,750 
12,907 


35,759 
26,131 


45 
39 


218 
149 


334 
539 


1.178 
1.564 


2.290 
2.846 


1,228 


2,684 
1,818 


2.896 

1.650 


11,300 
5.865 


5,793 
4,788 


6,480 
5,645 


31 
>2 










21 
11 








6 


3 

- 


4 

1 


1 
2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


34 










31 

14 








8 


5 


7 


3 
2 


1 


6 
4 


1 


1 


35 










111 
63 








24 




15 
4 


7 
5 


1 
5 


36 
34 


3 


14 


37 

x 










117,550 
49,444 








20,000 


12,100 

14,300 


17,500 
4,340 


6,600 
5.900 


250 
4.800 


39,100 
20,104 


2,000 


20,000 


39 

40 


28 
50 


24 
58 


33 

44 


1,891 
2,688 


6 
6 


30 
35 


40 
79 


125 
319 


217 
449 


200 
191 


184 
285 


182 
214 


538 
626 


226 
334 


143 
L! 


41 
42 


46 
83 


46 

98 


1 i 

104 


3,711 
5.857 


6 
9 


31 
40 


47 

114 


140 
466 


280 
751 


30} 
338 


283 
525 


315 
397 


1,136 
1.468 


617 
1,005 


744 


43 
44 


120 
297 


326 
516 


286 
403 


52.394 
99.442 


29 
49 


149 
262 


270 
836 


1,037 
5,103 


2.573 
9,157 


3,133 
5,066 


3,436 
8,299 


4.106 
7.304 


17.575 
27,128 


10,127 
21,080 


9,959 
15,158 


45 
46 


50.079 
144.326 


84.784 
283.799 


97,050 
176,564 


SS, 190,^2 


14.800 
45,800 


92,004 
192,767 


161, 118 
681.757 


603,302 
4.388,970 


1.368.831 
7.453.514 


1,846,354 
4,116,230 


1,986,328 
7,052,545 


2,331,830 
5,852,288 


9,523,486 
22,528,065 


5,501,172 
17,362,793 


4.751.337 
12,827,435 


47 
48 


219 
220 


149 
228 


293 
283 


1.782 
2.709 


9 
9 


34 

46 


50 
SO 


129 
335 


200 
454 


189 
190 


156 
285 


153 
204 


481 
609 


222 

341 


159 
156 


49 
50 


836 
1,028 


703 
1,491 


2.981 
3,030 


6,454 
10,931 


10 


52 
84 


96 
162 


274 
855 


494 
1,282 


490 

542 


396 
919 


391 

734 


1,724 
2,565 


1,160 
1,975 


1,367 
1,799 


M 
52 


1,140 


989 


4,347 


7,416 


50 


111 


151 


376 


627 


632 


526 


555 


1.934 


1.053 




53 


1,135 


1.837 


5,828 




40 


147 


269 


906 


1.373 


570 


914 


• SC 


2,538 


1,851 


1,744 


54 


120,294 


128,445 


948,846 


1,034,126 


1,092 


2.566 


4.232 


16,099 


36,054 


45,757 


45,129 


52,740 


253,685 


186,837 


389,935 


55 


103,129 


234.940 


1,105.732 


1,306.032 


675 


3,551 


9,044 


a. 120 


83,599 


40.403 


71,946 


64,253 


293.945 


300,068 


397,428 


56 


92.522 
76,566 


102,160 
182,960 


729,946 
878,691 


844,394 
1,102,005 


1,065 
644 


2,190 
3,066 


3.476 
7.944 


14,353 
35,763 


31,001 
72,049 


37,334 
32,590 


34,396 
57.691 


42,964 
54.792 


197,505 
239.006 


150,330 
247,836 


329,780 
350,624 


57 

VI 


27,772 


26,285 


218,900 


189,732 


27 


376 


756 


1,746 


5,053 


8.423 


10,733 


9,776 


56,180 


36,507 


60,155 


59 


26,563 


51,980 


227,041 


204.027 


31 


485 


1.100 


5.357 


11,550 


7,813 


14,255 


9,461 


54,939 


52,232 


46,804 


60 


116 
113 
282 
339 


85 

174 
431 
729 


245 

296 

2.440 

3,700 


711 
1,148 
1,604 
2.733 


7 

3 
10 
4 


8 
18 
11 
25 


15 
30 
24 
52 


31 
85 

35 
135 


63 
143 

80 
239 


66 
58 
123 
97 


52 

101 
69 

171 


54 

74 
81 
118 


185 
284 
308 
589 


118 
219 
231 
536 


112 
133 
632 
767 


61 

..' 
,,< 
64 


91 


93 


675 


894 


5 


8 


15 


16 


49 


73 


33 


47 


218 


137 


293 


65 


75 


253 


914 


1,412 


1 


18 


27 


67 


L2C 


50 


82 


63 


367 


302 


315 


66 


191 


338 


1,765 


710 


5 


3 


9 


19 


31 


50 


36 


34 


90 


94 


339 


67 


264 


476 


2,786 


1,321 


3 


7 


25 


68 


119 


47 


89 


55 


222 


234 


452 


68 


12,261 
13,436 


13.205 
40.236 


111.604 
160,108 


98,871 
193.523 


735 
324 


585 
1,162 


573 
2.756 


2,295 
7,661 


5,599 
16,439 


8,986 
6,792 


4,814 
9,542 


4,950 
9,614 


19.461 
49.778 


15,454 
42,794 


35, 419 
46,661 


69 

70 



70 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 




Area 7b 




Total 








Size 


of unit 










Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


1 




174 
221 


8 
3 


9 
13 


10 
15 


15 
30 


17 
23 


17 


12 
10 


9 
15 


2 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950... 


424 
531 


17 
6 


19 
26 


20 
31 


33 

65 


35 

49 


19 
35 


24 
23 


20 
34 


: 


Home farms number 1954 


172 
215 


6 

3 


9 

11 


10 
14 


15 
27 


17 
23 


9 

17 


12 

10 


9 

15 


< 


1950... 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


252 
316 


11 

3 


10 
15 


10 

17 


18 
38 


18 
26 


10 

18 


12 
13 


11 

19 


8 


1950... 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


120,860 
125,935 


143 
61 


353 

506 


566 
902 


1,215 
2,534 


1,966 
2,668 


1,427 
2,674 


2,415 
1,959 


2,156 
3,611 


11 




116,017 
118,933 


56 
29 


264 
299 


455 
642 


1,000 
1.880 


1,675 
2,131 


1,226 
2.196 


2,161 
1,684 


1,758 
3.075 


12 


1950. . . 


13 




4.843 
7,002 


87 
32 


89 

207 


111 
260 


215 
654 


291 

537 


201 
478 


254 
275 


398 
536 


U 


1950... 


15 


Cropland harvested total acres 1954 


10.800 
12,140 


88 
36 


220 
320 


224 

504 


474 
936 


508 
824 


355 
848 


574 
395 


330 

700 


It. 


1949... 


17 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


168 

208 


5 
3 


9 

12 


10 
15 


15 
26 


17 
23 


9 
15 


11 
10 


8 
14 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


334 
417 


8 

4 


14 
22 


17 
27 


28 

47 


28 
42 


13 
27 


19 
19 


16 

22 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


6,01; 

7,213 


34 
18 


120 
182 


158 
304 


367 
501 


349 
553 


224 

470 


312 
250 


210 
393 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


96,899 
120,043 


570 
255 


1,973 
2,880 


2,200 

4,480 


i.56! 
6,500 


4,160 
10,110 


3,332 

6,745 


5,066 
3,645 


3,225 

7,430 


25 
26 


1949. . . 


149 
171 


7 
2 


9 

11 


6 
14 


10 
21 


14 
19 


8 
14 


10 

8 


6 

11 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


279 
299 


11 
2 


11 
18 


8 
20 


20 
36 


21 
30 


11 
25 


14 
12 


11 
16 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


2,142 

2.497 


51 
9 


77 
122 


26 
91 


87 
221 


107 
210 


74 
224 


114 
51 


64 
175 


31 

32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


1,356 
1.278 


25 
3 


58 
51 


13 

51 


39 
98 


57 
94 


53 

118 


57 

24 


35 

87 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 






















35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 






















37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 






















39 

40 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 






















41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


12 
24 






1 
3 


2 


I 


2 






43 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


13 
26 






1 
3 


3 


2 
6 


2 


3 




45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


19 
32 




1 

(z) 


1 
8 


1 


4 


2 


1 




47 
48 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


5.101 
12,900 




125 
100 


100 
5,160 


446 
350 


600 
1.740 


3.050 


585 




49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. . ..multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


142 
189 


4 
3 


7 


9 

13 


13 
27 


15 
21 


5 

13 


11 
8 


8 
13 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


339 

597 


6 
5 


11 
12 


17 
26 


23 
53 


23 


8 
34 


22 
19 


19 
30 


53 


Landlord- tenant operations containing Multiple unita: 


645 
875 


25 

8 


22 
30 


23 
32 


41 
90 


44 
60 


21 

47 


33 

30 


23 
46 


54 


1950. . . 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


126,270 

147,671 


1,391 
82 


363 

566 


586 

921 


1,233 
2,974 


3,175 
2,809 


1.465 
2,932 


2,550 
4,462 


2,186 
3,832 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


111,607 
124.499 


1.375 
75 


225 
387 


481 
734 


939 
2.586 


2,790 
2,553 


1,155 
2,336 


2,173 
4,454 


1,695 
3,132 


58 


1950... 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


14,663 
23,172 


16 
7 


138 

179 


105 
187 


294 
388 


385 
256 


310 
596 


377 
8 


491 
700 


60 


1950... 


61 


Subunits not included in 


7li 
102 
221 
344 


2 

1 
8 
2 


2 

3 
3 

4 


2 

1 
3 


13 
8 


7 
6 
9 
11 


2 

10 
2 

12 


5 
4 

7 


2 

7 
3 

12 


62 
63 

64 


1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


65 




84 
115 


4 


2 


1 


5 
12 


1 


4 


1 


1 
5 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


137 
229 


4 
2 


3 
2 


2 

1 


3 

13 


8 


2 

8 


3 
6 


2 
7 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not Included in multiple 


5,4 n 


1.248 

21 


10 

60 


20 
19 


18 
440 


1,209 
141 


38 
258 


135 
2,503 


30 
221 


70 


1950... 


21,7 





Z Reported In small fr 



ALABAMA 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



71 



Area 


: — : ■.* ::. : -~ 


1 












Areas 8 


and D 














Size oi 


unit— Continued 


Total 


Size of unit 




260 to 

499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 


30 acrea 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 

139 acrea 


140 to 
179 acrea 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acrea 


260 to 
499 acrea 


500 to 
999 acrea 


1,000 




33 
33 


27 

40 


25 

22 


48 
118 


% 


3 
14 


2 

19 


4 
6 


17 


6 


4 


4 
10 


10 
15 


4 
10 


9 
10 


1 
2 


90 
75 


69 

101 


78 
86 


117 

293 


8 

14 


6 
28 


4 
39 


8 
13 


8 

34 


14 


8 


10 
27 


29 
40 


9 
34 


26 
42 


3 


33 
33 


27 
40 


25 
22 


47 
114 


4 
7 


3 

14 


2 

18 


4 
5 


4 
16 


6 


4 


4 
9 


9 

15 


4 
10 


9 
10 


5 

6 


57 

42 


42 
61 


53 
64 


70 
179 


4 
7 


3 
14 


2 

21 


4 
8 


4 
18 


8 


5 
4 


6 
18 


20 
25 


5 
24 


17 
32 


7 
8 


11,892 
11,596 


19,327 
28.732 


79,400 
70,692 


28,196 
43,271 


59 
156 


108 
554 


111 
1.321 


333 
487 


454 
2,059 


917 


762 
816 


904 
2,353 


4,471 
5,444 


2.280 
6,949 


18,714 
22,215 


9 

10 


10,744 
10.639 


18,260 
26,818 


78.418 
69,540 


24,736 
35,475 


39 
80 


62 
300 


68 

714 


168 
260 


379 
1.193 


712 


454 
446 


688 

1,821 


3,180 
3.602 


1,880 
5.597 


17,818 
20,750 


11 
12 


1,148 
957 


1.067 

1,914 


982 
1,152 


3,460 
7,796 


20 

76 


46 
254 


43 
607 


165 
227 


75 
866 


205 


308 
370 


216 
532 


1.291 
1.842 


400 
1.352 


896 
1,465 


13 
14 


2,622 
1.644 


2,364 
3,355 


3,041 
2.578 


8,169 
12.276 


34 
106 


44 
318 


82 
625 


145 
212 


289 
1.151 


493 


459 
380 


346 
868 


1 ,1 18 
2.744 


736 
2,463 


4.336 
2.916 


15 
16 


32 
30 


27 
39 


25 
21 


46 
103 


2 

7 


3 
10 


2 
15 


4 
5 


17 


6 


4 
4 


4 
8 


10 
13 


4 
9 


9 
9 


17 
18 


66 
56 


60 
86 


65 
65 


82 
193 


3 

8 


3 
15 


3 
22 


5 

9 


5 
23 


10 


8 
7 


4 

14 


22 
26 


6 
28 


23 

31 


19 
20 


1,259 
997 


1,229 
1,895 


1,753 
1,650 


3.094 
4.727 


21 
55 


38 

119 


57 
325 


99 
152 


160 
513 


225 


225 

251 


138 
305 


843 
752 


308 
972 


1,205 
1,058 


21 
22 


19,307 
19,712 


22,048 
29.652 


31.453 
28.634 


71,426 
103,245 


435 

1.130 


1,010 
2,504 


925 
5,596 


1.920 
2,491 


3.995 
9.909 


3.386 


6.420 
4,525 


5,410 
5,429 


15,722 
21,355 


9,385 
22,075 


26,204 
24.845 


23 

24 


31 
21 


26 
34 


22 
11 


32 
84 


1 

4 


8 


1 
14 


3 
3 


3 
13 


4 


4 
4 


3 
5 


12 


1 
10 


7 

7 


85 

26 


64 
39 


52 
61 


56 

40 


61 
155 


1 
6 


10 


2 

21 


4 


5 

20 


"e 


7 
6 


5 

12 


17 
26 


3 
24 


17 
18 


27 
28 


455 
337 


480 
654 


607 
403 


1,067 
2,282 


4 
35 


• 


15 
164 


37 
29 


51 
297 




92 
84 


42 


341 
682 


155 

407 


330 
309 


."J 

10 


282 
179 


324 
329 


413 


965 
1.409 


2 
22 


17 


18 
82 


35 
22 


56 

164 


54 


89 
59 


40 
45 


352 
492 


86 
293 


287 
159 


31 
32 






































33 
34 






































13 

36 






































!- 

38 






































39 
40 




2 

7 


1 
1 


28 




"i 


"a 












4 
3 


"3 


3 
2 


41 
42 


1 
3 


2 

7 


1 
1 


11 
43 






8 












7 
5 


9 


4 
6 


43 
44 


3 
3 


2 


1 

: 


233 

446 




21 


42 






19 




18 


147 
67 


i44 


86 
126 


45 
46 


280 
800 


350 
4,040 


150 
125 


103.800 


4,666 


15.240 


26,730 




4.366 


17.000 




10,600 


78,400 
48,000 


100,500 


25,400 
86,100 


47 
48 


25 

30 


22 

35 


23 
19 


77 


1 




1 
13 


\ 


2 
11 


"4 


3 
2 


8 


8 
8 


1 


7 
6 


49 
50 


42 
77 


76 
136 


92 


64 
201 


7 


16 


22 


6 
10 


3 
27 


10 


5 

4 


21 


16 
18 


1 

37 


31 
29 


51 

V 


125 


125 


163 


141 


8 


6 


4 


12 


8 




11 


12 


36 


9 


35 


53 




165 


263 


362 




31 




14 


40 


u 


8 


33 


44 


41 


78 


54 


12,282 


19.998 


81.041 


28.873 


59 


108 




642 


454 




822 


1,011 


4,551 


2,280 


18,835 


55 


11,928 


30,248 


86.917 


45,282 


156 


572 


1,468 


522 


2,160 


917 


816 


2.618 


5,673 


7,200 


23 , 180 


56 


9.992 

10,872 


18,529 
24,053 


72.253 
73,317 


27,493 
40,806 


59 
156 


a 

572 


61 

1,445 


642 
522 


307 
1.932 


700 


732 
781 


803 
2.528 


3,926 
4,537 


2,280 
6,715 


18 . 575 
20,918 


57 

58 


2,290 


1,469 


8,788 


1.380 






50 




147 




90 


208 


625 




260 


V) 


1.056 


6,195 


13,600 


4,476 










228 


217 


35 


90 


1.136 


485 


2,262 


,., 


16 
35 
29 


18 
24 
56 
64 


17 
85 

177 


11 
32 
24 
69 




3 
3 


5 
b 


1 
4 
1 


5 
"0 




2 


2 

5 
2 
6 


2 
3 

7 


3 

7 


3 

7 
9 
36 


M 

62 

,., 
64 


9 


31 


26 


8 








1 






1 


2 


1 




3 


63 


6 


20 


63 


26 




1 


1 




1 






1 


3 


4 


15 


1,1, 


26 
23 


25 


59 
114 


16 
43 




"i 




3 






1 


5 


6 

1 


3 


6 
21 


1.7 


390 
332 


671 
1,516 


1,641 
16,225 


677 
2.011 




18 


147 


309 
35 


ioi 




60 


107 
265 


80 
229 


251 


121 
965 


69 
70 



72 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 




All operators 






Color and ten 


ure of operator 








Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


Tile 


Total 


White 


white 


Total 


White 


white 


Total 


White 


Non- 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


9.720 
12,660 


9,103 
11,837 


617 
823 


5.584 
8,104 


5,279 

7,699 


305 
405 


3,191 
3.184 


2,988 
2,960 


203 
224 


71 
95 


69 
93 


2 
2 


3 

4 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950... 


27,269 
35,487 


25,748 
33,553 


1.521 
1,934 


14,239 
21,070 


13,528 
20,161 


711 
909 


10,362 
10,581 


9,806 
9,998 


556 
583 


354 
547 


347 
542 


7 
5 


5 
6 


1950... 


9.510 
11,944 


8,895 
11,128 


615 

816 


5,385 

7,451 


5,081 
7,052 


304 
399 


3,183 
3,140 


2.981 
2,916 


202 
224 


71 

91 


69 
89 


2 
2 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


17,759 
23.543 


16,853 
22,425 


906 
1,118 


8.854 
13,619 


8.447 
13,109 


407 
510 


7.179 
7,441 


6.825 
7,082 


354 
359 


283 

45b 


278 
453 


5 
3 


S 


1950... 


9 
10 


Land In multiple-unit operations.. . .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


4,317,469 
4,803,052 


4,197,690 
4,648,085 


119,779 
154,967 


2,045,008 
2,612,871 


1,997,833 
2,547,555 


47.175 
65.316 


1,834,479 
1,680,048 


1,780,957 
1,617,947 


53,522 
62,101 


171,510 
171,322 


168,903 
171,102 


2,607 
220 


11 




3,715,869 
3,935,038 


3,614,118 
3,805,533 


101,751 
129,505 


1,711,647 
2,081,363 


1,672,958 
2,028,817 


38,689 
52,546 


1,614,175 
1,425,753 


1.567,906 
1,371,577 


46,269 
51,176 


160,398 
153,317 


157,937 
153,168 


2,461 
149 


12 


1950... 


13 

14 


1950. . . 


601,600 
868,014 


583,572 
842.552 


18,028 
25,462 


333,361 
531,508 


324,875 
518,738 


8,486 
12,770 


220,304 
254.295 


213,051 
246,370 


7,253 
7,925 


11,112 
18,005 


10,966 
17,934 


146 

71 


15 




1,073,611 
1,285,188 


1,037,016 
1,232.580 


36,595 
52.608 


455,537 
653,6% 


442,429 
633.422 


13,108 
20,274 


490,413 
472 , 086 


473,272 
452,104 


17,141 
19,982 


21,945 
27,724 


21,7a 
27,645 


204 

79 


16 


1949... 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


9,331 
12 ,004 


8,735 
11,225 


■" 
779 


5,304 
7,648 


5,009 
7,260 


295 
388 


3,113 

3.0a 


2,915 
2,829 


198 
212 


67 
91 


65 
89 


2 

2 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


20.592 
27,465 


19,364 

25,911 


1,228 
1,554 


10,550 
16,113 


9,991 
15,375 


559 
738 


7,930 
8,308 


7,466 
7.854 


464 
454 


266 
409 


259 
405 


7 

4 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


419,412 
453,976 


403.573 
433,846 


15.839 

20,130 


191 ,084 
246,667 


184,599 
238,438 


6,485 
8,229 


179,084 

153.187 


172,399 
145.811 


6,685 
7,376 


6.706 
7,575 


6,591 
7,529 


115 
46 


23 
24 


bushels 1954. . . 
1949... 


5,221,828 
8,123,895 


5,092,434 

.'.->.. . ... 


129,394 
263,571 


2,405,306 
4,355.358 


2,348.930 
4.251.595 


56,376 
103.763 


2,239,101 
2,835,741 


2,183,049 
2,730,560 


55,052 
105,131 


110,578 
168,740 


109,381 
167 .740 


1,197 
1,000 


25 
26 


1949. . . 


9,037 

11.551 


8.441 
10,784 


596 

767 


5,015 
7,248 


4,729 
6,882 


286 

366 


3,092 
2,995 


2,890 
2,782 


202 
213 


68 

91 


66 
89 


2 
2 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


20,764 
26,931 


19,493 
25,368 


1,271 

1.563 


9,577 
15,038 


9.045 
14.362 


532 
676 


8,811 
8,625 


8,299 
8,128 


512 
497 


302 
462 


296 
459 



3 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


302,341 
440.728 


289,423 
420,223 


12,918 

20,505 


112,049 
203,636 


108,026 
196,835 


4,023 

6,801 


147 , 203 
169,652 


140,823 
161.457 


6,380 
8,195 


5,618 
9,780 


5,551 
9,750 


67 
30 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


185,316 
217,489 


178,413 
209.102 


6,903 
8.387 


70,008 
94,867 


67.857 
92,422 


2,151 
2.445 


89 , 427 
88.062 


85,892 
84.422 


3,535 
3,640 


3.377 
5,206 


3,339 
5.193 


38 
13 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


22 
17 


22 

16 


1 


13 


15 

12 


1 


2 


6 
2 
















35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


32 

20 


32 
19 


"i 


15 


22 
14 


1 


8 
3 


8 
















37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


112 

80 


112 
79 


1 


70 
63 


70 
62 


1 


37 

10 


37 

10 
















39 

40 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


118,050 
71,987 


118,050 
70,415 


1,572 


62,600 
52,503 


62,600 
50,931 


1.572 


47,850 
8,100 


47,850 
8,100 
















41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


2.189 
3.247 


2,039 
2,993 


150 
254 


1,243 
2,091 


1,169 
1,963 


74 
128 


780 
854 


724 
783 


5b 
71 


17 
17 


17 


1 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


4,178 
6,697 


3,920 
6,260 


258 

437 


2,202 
4,139 


2,086 
3,921 


116 
218 


1,642 
1,954 


1,541 
1,829 


101 
125 


51 
89 


46 
89 


5 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


54.037 
102,503 


52,456 
99,353 


1,581 
3.150 


25,071 
58,627 


24.500 
57.233 


571 
1,394 


24,781 
33,862 


24,095 
32,923 


686 
939 


526 

1,536 


510 
1,536 


16 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


28,795,663 
84,096,737 


38,126,865 
82,216,361 


668,801 
1,860, "' 


13,187,867 
47,141,300 


46,396,707 


252,777 
742,59! 


13,218,287 
28,426,894 


12,926,074 
27,899,915 


292,213 
526,979 


302, 463 
1,278,447 


296,363 
1,278,447 


6,100 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


7,327 
10,688 


6,788 
9,951 


539 

737 


4.137 
6,839 


3,873 
6,474 


264 
365 


2.537 
2.758 


2,354 
2.557 


183 
201 


60 
85 


58 
33 


2 
2 


51 
52 


number 1954. .. 
1950. . . 


24.755 
a, 550 


23,182 
38,962 


1,573 
2,588 


12,865 
24, 410 


12,195 
23,311 


670 
1,099 


9,788 
12,917 


9.169 

12,052 


619 
865 


501 
817 


485 
813 


16 

4 


53 
54 


1 andlortl- tenant operations containing aulliple unita: 

1950... 


36,733 
50,058 


34,789 

47.431 


1,944 
2,627 


19,301 
29,947 


18,346 
28,757 


955 
1,190 


13.700 
15.134 


13,008 
14,239 


692 
895 


1,083 
1,089 


1,066 
1,076 


17 

13 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


4,817,123 
5,599,331 


4,687,407 
5.423,858 


129,716 
175,473 


2,312,022 
3,098,590 


2,258,845 
3,025,651 


53,177 
72,939 


1,998,625 
1,927,658 


1,941,945 
1.855.443 


56,680 
72,215 


218,257 
204,774 


215,507 

204,232 


2,750 

542 


56 


1950... 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


3,810,079 
4,548,286 


3,722,599 

4,442,334 


87,480 
105,952 


2,312,022 
3,098,590 


2,258,845 
3,025,651 


53,177 
72,939 


1,308,656 
1,270,429 


1,277,103 
1,237,71b 


31,553 
32,713 


189,401 
179,267 


186,651 
178,967 


2,750 
300 


59 
60 


Rented by operator of multiple 
unit acres 1954. . . 

1950. . . 


1.007,044 
1.051,045 


964,808 
981,524 


42,236 
69,521 








689,969 
657,229 


664,842 
617,727 


25,127 
39,502 


28,856 
25,507 


28,856 
25,265 


242 


61 


Subunits not Included in multiple 


3.166 
4.603 
9.464 
14,571 
4,385 
6.290 

5.079 
8,281 

499,654 
796.279 


2,968 
4.326 
9,041 
13,878 
4,243 
6.063 

4.798 
7,815 

489,717 
775,773 


"■ 
277 
423 
693 
142 
227 

281 

466 

9,937 
20,506 


1,945 
2,yS6 
5,062 
8,877 
2,633 
3,915 

2,429 
4,962 

267,014 

485,719 


1,834 
2,845 
4,818 
8,596 
2,561 
3.832 

2.257 
4,764 

261,012 
478,096 


111 
141 
244 
281 

72 
83 

172 
198 

6,002 
7,623 


1.026 
1,288 
3,338 
4.553 
1,448 
1.954 

1,890 
2,599 

164.146 
247,610 


962 
1,192 
3,202 
4,2a 
1,391 
1,852 

1,811 
2,389 

160,988 

237,496 


64 
96 
136 
312 

57 
102 

79 
210 

3,158 

10.114 


43 

61 
729 
542 
138 
176 

591 
366 

46,747 

33,452 


42 
60 
719 
534 
138 
170 

581 
364 


1 
1 
10 
8 

6 

10 
2 

143 
322 


62 
63 
64 
65 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


66 
67 


1950. . . 
Other tenants, not croppers 


68 
69 


1950... 
Land In subunits not included 


70 


1950... 


33 430 



ALABAMA 



73 



TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



The St 


ate — Continued 














Area 


1 














Color and tenure 
operator— Can 


of 


All operators 










Color and 


-enure of 


operator 










Tenants 


Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Non- 
vhite 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 


Total 


White 


white 


Total 


Noi 
White vh 


te 




874 
1,277 


767 
1,085 


107 
192 


2,005 
2,066 


1,907 
1,953 


98 

113 


845 


804 
911 


a 

a 


780 
667 


738 
629 


42 
38 


1 
1< 


15 
19 




3o5 
428 


350 
394 


15 
34 


1 
2 


2,314 
3,269 


2,067 
2,852 


247 
437 


6,068 
6,258 


5,808 
5.969 


260 
289 


2,211 
2.561 


2,108 
2,459 


103 
102 


2,707 
2,353 


2,591 
2,250 


116 
103 


8f 
13' 


86 
137 






1.064 
1,207 


1,023 
1.123 


a 

84 


' 


871 
1,262 


764 
1,071 


1.7 
191 


1,955 
1,957 


1,857 
1,844 


98 
113 


795 
849 


754 
808 


a 

41 


780 

665 


738 
627 


42 
38 


1 
If 


15 

18 






365 
425 


350 
391 


15 
34 


- 
• 


1.443 

2,027 


1.303 
1.781 


140 

246 


4.113 
4.301 


3,951 
4,125 


162 

176 


I.a6 
1.712 


1,354 

1,651 


62 
61 


1,927 
1.688 


1,853 
1,623 


74 
65 


7] 
11' 


71 
119 






699 
782 


673 
732 


26 
50 




266,472 
338, 811 


249,997 

311,481 


16,475 
27,330 


648,797 
581,667 


632.973 
564.154 


15,824 
17,513 


207,342 
204.462 


202,667 
198,427 


4,675 
6,035 


318,138 
259,388 


309.721 
252,447 


8,417 

6,9a 


15,67 
15,43' 


15,675 
15.439 






107,642 
102 , 378 


104.910 2,' 
97,841 4, 


17 


■ 
1 


229.649 
274,605 


215.317 

251,971 


14,332 
22,634 


535,157 
454.763 


522.492 

441,114 


12,665 
13,649 


164.116 
149,589 


160.618 
144,761 


3.498 
4,828 


265,942 
210,755 


258,951 
205,393 


6,991 
5,362 


13,63 
12,27 


13,638 
12,274 






91 , 461 
82,145 


89,285 2, 
78,686 3, 


76 


11 
12 


36,823 
64,206 


34.680 
59,510 


2.143 
4.696 


113.640 
126,904 


110,481 
123,040 


3,159 
3,864 


43.226 
54.873 


42,049 
53,666 


1,177 
1,207 


52.196 
48.633 


50,770 
47,054 


1,426 
1.579 


2,03' 
3,16 


2,037 
3,165 






16.181 
20,233 


15,625 
19,155 1,( 


56 

78 


1 1 


105,716 
131,682 


99,574 
119.409 


6,142 
12,273 


282,711 
273,589 


274,053 
263,100 


8,658 

10,489 


76,063 
84,269 


74,044 
81,344 


2,019 
2,925 


144.267 
124,636 


139,2a 
120,353 


5.026 
4.283 


6,15 
7,12 


6,158 

7,128 






56,223 
57,556 


54,610 1, 
54.275 3. 


I.' 

81 


1 

l. 


847 
1,224 


746 

1.047 


101 
177 


1,888 
1,903 


1,794 
1,803 


94 
100 


763 

861 


723 
824 


40 
37 


760 
623 


718 
589 


42 
34 


1 

r 


15 

17 






350 


338 
373 


12 
29 


17 
18 


1.846 
2,635 


1,648 
2,277 


198 
358 


4,189 


4,000 

4,045 


189 
196 


1,459 
1,669 


1.379 
1,602 


80 
67 


1,870 
1,609 


1.788 
1,540 


82 
69 


6 

7 


65 
72 






795 
891 


768 
831 


27 

60 


19 


42,538 
46,547 


39,984 
42,068 


2.554 


96,222 
74,657 


93,485 
71,916 


2,737 
2,741 


26,063 
24,708 


25.271 

24,012 


792 
6% 


47,442 
31.367 


45,958 
30,208 


1.484 
1.159 


1,86 
1,99 


1,862 
1,999 






20,855 
16,583 


20,394 
15,697 


61 

■<■ 


21 


466,843 
764.056 


451 ,074 


15.769 
53.627 


1.060,858 


1,037.434 
1,460,351 


23,424 

44,229 


300,939 
504,299 


292,016 
492,697 


8.923 
11.602 


540,183 
670.361 


527,870 
650,554 


12,313 
19.807 


26,66 

51,11 


26,664 
51,118 






193,072 
278,802 


190,884 2, 
265,982 12, 


18 


23 
24 


862 
1,217 


756 
1.031 


106 
186 


1.933 
2,017 


1.836 
1.905 


97 

112 


781 
915 


741 
874 


40 

41 


772 


730 
620 


42 
37 


1 
1 


15 

19 






3t>5 
426 


350 
392 


15 
34 


25 
26 


2,07< 
2,806 


1.853 

2,419 


221 
387 


5,158 
5.543 


4.931 
5,272 


227 

271 


1.625 
2,114 


1,546 
2,024 


79 
90 


2,448 
2.168 


2,340 
2,069 


LOS 
99 


8 

12 


81 
127 






1.004 
1,134 


964 
1,052 


40 


27 


37,471 
57,660 


35.023 
52.181 


2.448 
5.479 


108,872 
147,838 


104.937 
141.559 


3.935 
6,329 


26,616 

42,424 


25.767 
40,785 


849 
1,639 


56.560 
68.469 


54.270 
65,849 


2.290 
2,620 


2,26' 

3,50 


2,267 

3,508 






23,429 

33,487 


22,633 
31 . a7 2 , 


70 


29 

II 


22,504 
29,354 


21.325 
27,065 

1 


1.1 
2,2 


89 


62,208 
83,370 

1 
6 


60,021 

80,493 

1 
5 


2,187 
2,877 

1 


14,887 
22,388 


14.377 
21.766 

3 


510 
622 

1 


32,682 
40,081 

1 


31,383 
38,817 

1 


1, 

1. 


99 


1. 
2, 


1 


1, 


10 






13,334 


12.956 
17,700 


m 

91 


31 
12 

33 
34 


2 

5 

7 


2 

5 

7 






1 

1 
17 


1 
5 

1 
16 


1 
1 




3 
9 


1 
1 


1 


1 

1 


















7 






35 

■ 

J7 
38 


7,600 
11.384 


7,600 

11,384 






500 
22,543 


500 
20,971 


1,572 


11,159 


9.587 




5 o 


500 


















11,384 


11.384 




v. 


149 
285 


130 
230 


19 
55 


7 
3 


6 
3 


1 


2 
2 


2 

2 




5 

1 


1 






















41 

... 


283 
515 


247 
421 


36 

... 


13 
3 


12 
3 


1 


5 
2 


5 
2 




8 
1 


7 
1 






















43 
44 


3,659 
8,478 


3,351 
7,661 


308 
817 


11 
3 


10 
3 


1 


2 
2 


2 
2 




9 

1 


8 
1 






















45 
46 


S, 067,046 
7,250,096 


1,989,335 
6,839,298 


117,711 
610,804 


6,219 
1,300 


5,979 
1,300 


240 


1,034 
700 


1,034 
700 




5,185 
600 


4,945 
600 


240 




















47 

■'.,' 


593 
1,006 


503 
837 


90 
169 


1,256 
1,548 


1,189 
1,455 


67 
93 


500 
690 


469 
653 


31 
37 


540 
543 


511 
510 


29 
33 


1 

1 


11 
15 






205 
300 


198 

277 


7 
23 


49 
50 


1,601 
3,406 


1,333 
2,786 


268 
620 


3,372 
5,920 


3,201 
5,524 


171 
396 


1,290 

2,461 


1.221 
2,318 


69 
143 


1,579 
2,275 


1,500 
2,128 


79 

147 


4 
U 


43 
147 






460 
1,037 


437 
931 


-•< 
06 


51 
52 


2,649 
3.888 


2,369 
3,359 


280 
529 


7,457 
7,847 


7,149 
7,502 


308 
345 


2,951 
3,327 


2,815 
3,199 


136 
128 


3,224 
3.011 


3,094 
2,887 


130 
124 


11 
17 


114 
174 






1,168 
1.335 


1,126 
1,242 


■■,.' 

n 


53 
54 


288,219 
368,309 


271,110 
338.532 


17,109 
29,777 


743,755 
679,585 


726, 414 
659,995 


17,341 
19,590 


256,351 
249.743 


250,486 
242,827 


5,865 
6,916 


348.278 
304.232 


339,535 
296,390 


8,743 
7,842 


17,22 
L8,47 


17,229 
18,473 






121,897 

107.137 


119,164 2. 
102,305 4, 


33 
32 


55 
56 








449,978 
440,895 


440,048 
430,927 


9,930 
9,968 


256,351 
249,743 


250,486 
242,827 


5.865 
6,916 


182,507 

176,437 


178,442 
173.385 


4,065 
3.052 


11,121 

14.71 


11,120 
L4.715 












57 
58 


288,219 
368.309 


271,110 
338.532 


17,109 
29,777 


293,777 
238,690 


286,366 
229,068 


7,ai 

9,622 








165,771 
127,795 


161 ,093 
123.005 


4,678 
4,790 


6,10 
3,75 


6,109 
3,758 






121,897 
107,137 


119,164 .. 
102,305 4, 


13 


59 

i,i i 


152 
268 
335 

599 
166 
245 


130 
229 
302 
507 
153 
209 


22 
39 
33 
92 
13 
36 


585 

672 

1.389 

1,589 

979 

954 


557 
645 

i,3a 

1,533 
948 

9a 


28 
27 
48 
56 
31 
33 


315 
359 

740 
766 
540 
490 


298 
346 
707 
740 
517 
468 


17 

13 
33 
26 
23 
22 


215 
227 
517 
658 
353 
15) 


205 
218 
503 
637 
345 
348 


10 
9 
14 
21 
8 
3 


2 

3 
1 
3 


9 
9 
28 
37 
18 
3S 






46 

104 
128 
68 
73 


45 
72 

103 

119 

68 
70 


1 
5 
1 
9 

J 


61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 


169 
354 


149 
298 


20 
56 


410 
635 


393 
612 


17 
23 


200 
276 


190 
272 


10 

4 


164 

i i. 


158 
289 


6 
13 


1 


10 

2 






36 
55 


35 
49 


1 
6 


67 
68 


21 ,747 
29,498 


21.113 
27,051 


634 

2,447 


94,958 
97,918 


93,4a 
95,8a 


1,517 
2,077 


49,009 
45.281 


47,819 
44,400 


1,190 
881 


30,140 
44,844 


29,814 
43.943 


326 
901 


1,55 

3,03 


1,554 
3,034 






14.255 
4,759 


14.254 
4.464 


1 


69 
70 



74 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 



Subunita in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. 

1950. 



Land in multiple-unit operatio 



Cropper 
Cropland h 



sted total 



Tobacco harvested multiple 



nd/or mules. .. .multiple 



landlord- tenant operations containing Multiple units 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Cvned by operator of multiple unit.. 



Subunits not included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954 . 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in subunita not Included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



2,612 
3.243 
54,659 
43,135 



2,401 
3,366 
24,629 
44,136 



3,239 

54,229 
43,100 



2,385 
3,362 
24,456 
44,097 



5,934 
48,258 


5,934 
48,258 


950 
1.478 


945 
1,476 


2,533 
4,595 


2,524 

4,590 


4,175 

5,304 


4,157 
5,298 


318,656 
360,538 


317,459 
360,330 


273,511 
305,599 


273,169 

305.411 


45.145 
54,939 


44.290 
54,919 



1,574 
2,258 
27,617 
26,679 



1,352 
2,339 
12,657 

28,810 



1,187 

1,572 
2,257 
27,594 
26,673 



ALABAMA 

TENURE OF OPERATOR.- CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-£ontinued 



75 



Area 2 — Continued 














Areas '. 


and A 














Color and tenure 
operator — Can 


of 


All operators 










Color and 


tenure of 


operat 


or 








Tenants 


Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Nan- 
white 


Total 


Non- 
White ¥hl , 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Tota 


1 White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


white 




10= 
L4 


107 

HI 


..'. 


: 


37 719 
28 910 


1? 
i.8 


499 
655 


489 
642 


10 
13 


173 
167 


170 
166 


3 

1 




5 5 




5' 

103 


54 
97 


5 
4 




24' 

31 


242 

315 


5 


i,i 


48 1 ,810 
14 2,275 


38 


1.217 
1,637 


1.196 
1,609 


21 
28 


454 
430 


4*7 
427 


7 
3 




29 29 
21 21 






14! 
22! 


138 
218 


10 
8 


3 


10< 
14C 


107 
140 


2 


i 


23 705 
178 860 


18 


485 
609 


475 
596 


1C 

13 


173 
163 


170 
162 


3 

1 




5 5 






5 C 

101 


54 
97 


5 


5 
6 


13! 

17. 


135 
175 


3 


1.3 
1, 


25 1.105 
36 1.415 


20 
21 


732 
1,028 


721 
1,013 


11 
15 


281 
267 


277 
265 


2 




23 23 
Id 16 






8< 
12 


84 
121 


5 

4 


7 
8 


15,52! 
27.10= 


27,109 


319 


244,. 
244,' 


58 242,173 2.1 
42 242.636 2, 




147,191 
163.603 


145,891 
161 .602 


1.300 
2,001 


75.358 
53.048 


74,974 
52,978 


'334 
70 


8, 
5.' 


20 8,520 
74 5.774 






13,28' 
22,51' 


12,788 
22,282 


501 
235 


1 


12.47. 
21,47! 


12,201 
21,47< 


272 


202,. 


89 200,652 1, 

33 184.172 1, 


17 

63 


119,282 
120.744 


118,391 
119.123 


891 
1,621 


64.447 
41,704 


41,649 


290 
55 


7/ 
5.< 


31 7,731 

75 5.275 






10,82' 
18,31t 


10,373 

18.125 


456 
185 


11 
12 


3.04' 
5.63. 


, a 

5.633 


47 


42, C 
58, 


69 41.521 
109 58,464 


48 

41 


27,909 
42,859 


27,500 

42,479 


409 
380 


10,911 
11,344 


10 ,817 
11,329 


94 
15 


' 


89 789 
99 499 






2.46C 
4,20" 


2.415 
4,157 


45 
50 


13 
14 


11,123 


9,341 
U ,121 


202 


64. 
77, 


99 63.678 < 
22 76,467 


21 
55 


36,182 
49,143 


35,688 
48,692 


494 
451 


20,716 
17,530 


20.528 
17.495 


188 
35 


1.1 

1, 


27 1,827 
91 1,291 






5,87 
9,15! 


5.635 
8,989 


239 

169 


15 
16 


10- 
13! 
21 


105 
138 
210 


2 
5 


1, 


17 699 
85 869 
.43 1,417 


18 

:• 
31 


481 
622 

909 


471 
610 
893 


10 
12 
16 


171 
159 
383 


168 

15? 
377 


3 

1 
6 




6 6 
5 5 
26 26 






5 
9= 

13! 


54 
96 
121 


5 

3 
9 


17 
18 

19 


26" 


.- 




1, 


18 1,793 


25 


1.258 


1,240 


18 


353 


350 


3 




18 18 






18 


185 


4 


20 


5.64! 
5.24C 


5.516 
5.240 


130 


28, 

30, 


93 28,017 
J.5 30.006 


■n 

09 


16,397 
19,951 


16,124 
19,797 


154 


8,457 
6,226 


8,370 
6,198 


87 
28 




23 723 
18 318 






2,91 
3,72( 


2,800 
3,693 


116 
27 


.1 
82 


80,87! 
102.17! 


79.767 
102.178 


1,105 


411, 
595, 


59 405,192 6. 
165 592.450 3. 


67 


236,253 
385,687 


232,019 
382,997 


4.234 
2.690 


118,446 
138,110 


117,596 
137.645 


850 
465 


15. 
8.( 


98 15.598 
60 8,060 






a. 36 
64,10 


39.979 
63,748 


1.383 
360 


23 

24 


10< 

13 


107 
138 


2 




39 621 
5t sa 


L8 

15 


417 
592 


407 
582 


10 


161 
161 


158 
160 


3 

1 




5 5 
5 5 






5 

91 


51 

94 


5 

4 


25 
26 


22< 

28( 


224 

280 


5 


1, 
1, 


72 1,240 
68 1.743 


W 
2i 


759 
1,206 


742 
1,189 


17 
17 


361 

354 


354 
353 


7 
1 




25 25 

lo 16 






12 
19 


119 
185 


8 

7 


27 
28 


2.49 

4.. • 


2.4" 
4,194 


39 


17, 

31, 


(00 17,560 
10 31.214 




9,789 
19,263 


9.620 
19,099 


169 
164 


5.577 
7,651 


5.512 
7,646 


t>5 
5 




74 474 
68 368 






2,06< 
4,22 


1,954 

4.101 


106 
127 


29 

30 


1, 

2, 


i 


1,810 
2,210 


23 


13, 

13. 


75 12.940 
64 13.757 

25 
25 24 




7,263 
8,282 

. 
19 


7, 
8, 


42 

17 

IS 


121 
71 

3 

1 


3.908 
3.574 

4 
5 


3.868 
3.573 


40 
1 




72 
20 


72 






1,63 

1,78 


1,558 
1,753 

2 

1 


74 
35 


31 
32 

33 

14 

35 
II 

37 

38 
39 
40 

41 
42 










39 35 

29 28 


■ 


28 
21 




1 


I 








'; 4 






2 
1 


2 
1 




43 

44 










36 33 
38 37 


3 
1 


■ 


23 
25 


3 










* 






2 

1 


2 




45 
46 








■ 
19.4 


64 13.832 5 
33 19.367 


■ 


12.883 


12.817 


532 
66 


6,250 






. 


90 1.090 






380 
300 


380 
300 




47 
48 


76 
112 




i 2 


5 
7 


00 486 
20 704 


14 

• 


340 
518 


332 
507 


8 

11 


125 
129 


122 
128 


3 

1 




6 6 
5 5 






29 

-.8 


26 

64 


-. 


49 

51 1 


157 
296 


154 
296 


3 


1.3 
2,3 


85 1.353 
89 2,350 


■■■ 
! 


916 
1,768 


896 

1.740 


20 
28 


351 

411 


344 
409 






55 55 
35 35 






63 

175 


58 

166 


5 
9 


51 
52 


256 
340 


251 
340 


5 


2.9 


62 2.218 
22 2,873 




2,084 


1.484 
2.047 


21 
37 


540 
538 


531 
535 


9 
3 




... 

40 






260 


157 
251 


9 


53 
54 


15.637 
28,342 


. 


319 


266,1 


63 263.863 2,3 
52 273.257 2.4 


" 


162,695 
187,166 


161,395 
184,988 


1.300 
2.178 


80,297 
58.473 


79,813 
58,403 


484 
70 


8.9 
6.4 


n 8,979 

1 1 






23,650 


13.676 
23.403 


516 
247 


55 








227, C 


83 224.666 1,6 
55 224.875 2.1 


a 

a 


162,695 
187,166 


161.395 
184,988 


1.300 
2,178 


54.654 
34.426 


54.337 
34.424 


2 


8.9 


34 8.934 

1 












57 
58 


15,637 

28,342 


15,318 
28.342 


319 


39, e 
48,6 


80 39.197 ( 
97 48.382 ; 


B 
15 








25,643 
24,047 


25.476 
23.979 


167 
68 


1.0 


45 45 
00 1 .000 






14,192 
23.650 


13.676 
23.403 


516 
247 


59 


9 
18 
9 

2; 

t 

21 


9 

18 
9 

25 
4 

21 




i 


18 214 
93 287 
14 408 

08 598 
95 292 

09 405 


4 
6 
6 
10 
3 
4 


157 
212 
288 
447 
214 
299 


157 
207 
288 
438 
214 
295 


9 


42 
53 
86 
106 

■■ 
66 


53 

84 
108 
49 
66 


2 

1 




4 4 
3 3 

17 17 

.9 19 
12 12 
.9 19 






15 
25 
23 
34 
19 
25 


12 

24 
19 
33 

17 
25 


3 

1 
4 
1 
2 


1 : 
62 
63 
64 


i 






1 
1 


19 116 
99 193 


3 
1 


74 
148 


74 
143 


5 


36 
42 


35 
42 


1 




•j 5 






4 
9 


2 

8 


2 

1 


6' 


11 

1,23: 


US 




21,! 


05 21.690 1 
10 30,621 1 


15 

99 


15,504 
23.563 


15,504 
23.386 


177 


4.939 
5,425 


4,839 
5.425 


100 


4 
6 


59 459 

39 689 






903 

1.13: 


888 

1,121 


15 
12 


< ' 
70 



76 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations 


see text) 


Areas 4 and B 




All operators 


Color and tenure of operator 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 


Total 


White 


white 


Total 


White 


white 


1 

2 




number 1954... 
1950. . . 


718 
1,023 


675 

975 


43 
48 


523 

767 


494 
739 


29 
28 


167 
195 


156 
183 


11 
12 


7 

13 


7 
13 






3 


Subunits in multiple -unit 

1950. . . 


1,897 
2,674 


1,803 
2.568 


94 
106 


1,333 

1,913 


1,273 

1,853 


60 

60 


479 
579 


451 
550 


28 
29 


33 
67 


33 
67 






5 
6 


Home farms 


1950. . . 


703 
973 


660 
927 


43 
46 


509 
723 


480 
697 


29 
26 


166 
189 


155 
177 


11 

12 


13 


7 
13 






7 

a 




1950. . . 


1,194 
1,701 


1,143 
1,641 


51 

60 


824 
1,190 


793 
1,156 


31 
34 


313 

390 


296 
373 


17 
17 


26 
54 


26 
54 






9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. -t 


>tal acres 1954. . . 
1950... 


349,385 
410.433 


340,188 
400,763 


9,197 
9,670 


245,871 
287,370 


240.543 
283,015 


5.328 
4,355 


79,443 
81,096 


76.734 
77,421 


2,709 
3.675 


13,314 
26,824 


13,314 
26,824 






H 


Home farms 




302,213 

337,782 


294,135 
329,898 


8,078 
7,884 


212,647 
235,618 


208,023 
232,302 


4,624 
3,316 


70,001 
64,446 


67,673 
61,305 


2,328 

3,141 


10,034 
25,005 


10,034 
25,005 






12 




1950. . . 


13 

14 




acres 1954... 

1950... 


47,172 
72,651 


46,053 
70,865 


1,119 
1,786 


33,224 

51,752 


32,520 

50,713 


704 

1,039 


9,442 
16,650 


9,061 

16,116 


381 
534 


3,280 

1,819 


3,280 
1,819 






15 


Cropland harvested t 


rtal acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


56,253 
80,764 


53,937 
77,943 


2,316 
2,821 


34,833 
54,056 


33,560 
52,755 


1,273 

1,301 


17,705 
20,317 


16,768 
19.251 


937 
1,066 


1,590 
..'. HO 


1,590 
2,910 






16 




17 

18 


Corn harvested for 


reporting 1954... 
1949... 


707 
983 


664 
935 


■ 


514 
733 


485 
705 


29 
28 


165 
191 


154 
179 


11 
12 


7 


12 






19 
20 


sub units 


reporting 1954.. . 
1949... 


1,573 
2,157 


1,495 
2,064 


» 


1,083 
1,529 


1,034 
1,479 


49 
50 


412 
475 


388 

449 


24 
26 


30 
58 


58 






21 
22 




acres 1954... 
1949... 


24,974 

34,109 


23,759 
32,738 


1.215 
1,371 


16,552 
23,606 


15,860 
22,951 


692 

655 


6,858 
7.902 


6,388 

7,374 


470 
528 


610 
1.031 


610 
1.031 






23 

24 




bushels 1954... 
1949... 


330,089 


320,395 
503 , 109 


9,694 

14,057 


223,231 


217,353 
348,391 


5,878 
7,005 


82,407 
125,955 


78,934 
121,208 


3,473 
4.74: 


8,619 
14,570 


8,619 
14,570 






25 
26 




reporting 1954... 
1949... 


655 
911 


615 
867 


40 
... 


464 
671 


437 
647 


27 
24 


164 

180 


153 

170 


11 
i: 


7 
12 


7 
12 






27 
28 


subunits 


reporting 1954... 
1949... 


1,342 
1,874 


1,271 
1.785 


71 

89 


882 
1,294 


839 

1.248 


43 

46 


390 
441 


365 

415 


25 


27 
56 


27 
56 






29 

JO 




acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


15,867 
26,614 


15,256 
25,508 


611 

1,106 


9,294 
16.670 


8,951 
16,218 


343 
452 


5,386 
7,929 


5,139 
7,456 


473 


372 

810 


372 
810 






31 
32 




bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


9,630 
11,691 


9,283 
11,365 


347 


5,574 
7,050 


5, 
6, 


89 

18 


185 
132 


3.279 
3,665 


3,130 
3.519 


149 
Wl 


211 
450 


211 
450 






33 
34 




reporting 1954... 
1949... 


























































35 

36 


subunits 


reporting 1954... 
1949... 




























































37 
38 




acres 1954... 
1949... 




























































39 

40 




pounds 1954. . . 
1949... 




























































41 

42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 


reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 






J 


33 


18 
29 


5 


8 
15 


5 

11 


3 


1 


1 






43 


subunits 


reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 




40 
80 


14 




32 

48 


5 


15 

23 


ie 


5 


6 


1 






45 




acres 1954... 
1949... 


239 
414 


179 
346 


60 
68 


179 


157 
255 


22 
16 


48 
46 


18 
15 


30 
31 


4 
25 


4 
25 






47 
48 




pounds 1954.. . 
1949... 


130,745 
218,888 


104,384 
184,653 


26,361 
34.235 


98,635 
126,483 


87,874 
122,468 


10,761 
4,015 


27,610 
22,495 


14,510 


13,100 
15,850 


2,000 
25,000 


2,000 
25,000 






49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units 


reporting 1954... 
1950... 


649 
946 


609 
901 


40 

45 


-• ■ 


443 
670 


26 

27 


156 

189 


145 
179 


11 
10 


6 
13 


6 
13 






51 
52 




number 1954... 
1950. . . 


2,215 
3,639 


2,107 
3.510 


108 
129 


1,491 
2,506 


1.424 
2,446 


67 

60 


622 
821 


587 
774 


35 
47 


39 

145 


39 
145 






53 


Landlord- tenant operations containing au 


tiple units: 


2,392 
3,665 


2.275 
3,541 


117 
124 


1,733 
2,643 


1,654 
2,578 


65 


556 

741 


525 

700 


31 


47 
153 


153 






54 




1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 




377,904 
470,040 


367,838 
458,649 


10,066 
11,391 


269,784 
330,607 


263,643 
326,027 


6,141 
4,580 


83,760 
91,250 


80,998 
86,119 


2,762 
5,131 


13,519 
32,279 


13.519 
32,279 






56 




1950... 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


341,810 
422,655 


333,486 
416,206 


8,324 
6,449 


269,784 
330,607 


263,643 
326,027 


6,141 
4,580 


61,407 
62,249 


59.224 
60,380 


2,183 

1,869 


10,619 
29,799 


10,619 
29,799 






59 


Rented by operator of multiple 




36,094 
47,385 


34,352 

42,443 


1,742 
4,942 








22,353 
29,001 


21,774 
25,739 


579 
3,262 


2,900 
2,480 


2,900 
2,480 






60 




1950... 


61 


Subunits not included in multiple 


reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


202 
332 
495 
991 
145 
373 


191 
324 
472 
973 
141 
361 


11 
8 
23 

18 

, 
12 


154 
249 

400 
730 
114 
285 


146 

381 
725 
111 
282 


8 
4 
19 
5 
3 
3 


39 
67 
77 
162 
29 
66 


37 
64 
74 
150 
28 
58 

46 
92 

4,264 
8,698 


2 
3 
3 

12 

1 
8 


5 

8 
14 
86 

1 
18 


5 
8 
14 
86 
1 
18 

13 
68 

205 
5,455 






62 

63 
64 
65 




66 
67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


1950... 


68 
69 

70 


Land in subunits not included 


1950... 

acres 1954... 

1950... 


28, 
59, 


>1 

1 




7 


27, 

57. 


)12 
;50 


1, 


: 




4* 

23.9 

43,2 




23, 

43. 


a. 

! 




8 

2 


2 

13 

■" 


4,3 

10,1 


6 


53 

1.45o 


6S 

20; 

5.45" 





ALABAMA 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



77 



Areas 4 and B — Continued 


Are. 5 




Color and tenure 
ope rator— Oan . 


of 


All operators 










Color and tenure 


of 


operator 














TeMrta 


Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


Hhite 


Non- 
whlte 


Total 


White 


Non- 
vhlte 


Total 


White 


Nan- 
vhlte 


Total 


Non- 

Uhite whit 




Total 


White 


id i>. 


Total 


Whit 


e white 




2: 


18 


3 
8 


1.30 

1.95 


1.251 
1.832 


50 

121 


855 
1.373 


823 
1.318 


32 
55 


385 
457 


373 
421 


:: 


■ 


6 




55 
115 




49 i) 
87 26 


1 
2 


52 

115 


98 


iS 


3.41 
5,24 


> 3.302 
4,970 


117 
271 


2,048 
3.429 


1.978 
3.313 


70 
116 


1.208 
1.488 


1,176 
1,400 


32 


25 


25 




138 




23 15 


3 


21 
48 


18 

,0 


3 

3 


1,271 

1.87 


1,230 

7 1.756 


49 

121 


834 

1.304 


802 
1.249 


32 
55 


384 
452 


373 
416 


11 

'■- 


I 


4 




1 115 




49 

87 26 


5 
6 


31 
67 


28 
53 


3 
9 


2,14< 
3.36. 


3.214 


68 
150 


1,214 
2.125 


1.176 
2.064 


38 
61 


824 
1.036 


803 
984 




19 


23 




83 
177 




74 9 
43 34 


7 
B 


10,757 
15, K3 


13,503 


1.160 
1.640 


601,76 
673, 07< 


593.433 

> 654.490 


8,330 
18.589 


331.614 
426,409 


326.392 
418.298 


5.222 
8,111 


207,764 
212,610 


205.598 2, 
205.675 6,< 


66 
35 


34.388 
3.906 


34,388 
3.686 


;. 


27,997 
) 30,154 


27, 
26, 


55 942 
31 3,323 


9 

10 


12,713 


8,405 
11,286 


:.,2~ 


536,81 
554.30 


7 530.320 
7 538.955 


6.497 
15.352 


292,840 
348,906 


288,445 
342.183 


4,395 
6,723 


184,345 
176,487 


183.035 1, 
170,563 5. 


24 


33.886 

3.323 


33,886 
3.174 


14 


25.746 
) 25,591 


24, 
23, 


54 792 
35 2,556 


11 
12 


1,226 
2.430 


1,192 

2.217 


34 
213 


64.94* 


115.535 


1.833 
3.237 


38.774 
77,503 


37.947 
76.115 


827 

1.388 


23,419 
36.123 


22.563 
35,112 1,( 


51 


502 
583 


502 
512 


7 


2,251 
4.563 


2, 
3, 


01 150 
9£ 767 


13 
14 


2.125 
3,481 


2,019 
3.027 


106 

454 


116,301 

157,07 


i 113.466 
> 150,087 


2.842 
6.988 


55.223 
89,462 


53,853 

87,189 


1,370 
2,273 


52.948 
57,163 


52,025 < 
54,459 2, 


23 


1.854 
1,191 


1.112 


T 


6,283 
9.259 


5, 

7. 


34 549 
27 1 ,932 


15 
16 


21 
47 


18 
39 


3 
8 


1.27 
1.87 


1.224 
) 1,759 


50 
111 


832 
1.310 


800 

1,259 


32 
51 


382 

444 


370 
411 


!.: 


: 


5 




lO 3 




49 6 
14 


17 
18 


48 
95 


43 
78 


5 

17 


2,741 
4.25 


S 2.641 
7 4.032 


107 
225 


1,605 
2,731 


1,544 
2.635 


61 
96 


1,010 
1.251 


978 
1,180 


.' 


15 
25 


15 

21 




118 
250 




04 14 
96 54 


19 

21 


954 
1.570 
15,832 
21.245 


901 
1,382 
15.489 
18,940 


53 

188 

343 

2.305 


50,86 

69.59 

555,13 

1,329,03 


49.442 
J 66,523 
7 544,382 
) 1.288.354 


1.419 
3.073 
10.755 
40,685 


26,841 
40.736 
278,400 
777,455 


26,126 
39.667 
272,657 
763.712 


715 
1.069 
5.743 
13,743 


21,006 
24,333 
239,689 
466,020 


20,607 

23,221 1, 
235.782 3.< 
452.223 13. 


-,■, 

12 
107 
97 


443 

438 

4.440 

10.235 


443 

4,440 
9.235 


1,00 


2.571 

i 4.089 

32,608 

) 75.329 


2, 

3. 
31, 
63. 


66 305 
43 846 

84 12,145 


21 

22 

23 

24 


20 
46 


ie 

38 


2 

8 


1.201 

1.83 


1.152 
1,719 


48 
113 


767 
1.277 


737 
1.227 


30 
50 


375 
441 


363 
406 


12 
15 


5 

8 






53 
106 




47 6 


25 
26 


43 
83 


40 
66 


3 

17 


2.52 
4,07 


2.426 
3.859 


99 
219 


1.335 
2,559 


1.283 


52 
83 


1.057 
1,251 


1.025 
1,174 


J2 

7? 


20 
23 


20 
20 




113 
245 




98 15 
89 56 


27 
28 


8 

1.2 
5 
5 


.5 

y 
■ 


794 
1,024 

478 


21 
181 

13 
48 


35. 

58. 
20. 
28, 


- 

e 


1 34.1 

19.6 
26.9 

1 


74 
• 

X 


1.077 
2.913 

547 

2 
26 


14,232 
32.252 

7,842 

21 
85 


13.774 
31.311 
7,607 
15.082 

21 

78 


458 
941 
235 
334 

7 


18,376 
21,968 
10.899 
10.730 

23 

30 


17,979 

20.857 1. 
10.695 
10.091 

21 

20 


(7 

11 
04 
3S 

2 

10 


•■?< 
506 
354 
293 


626 
476 
354 
280 


3 
i 


2,014 

) 4,063 

1,126 

1,852 


1, 

3. 

1. 
l. 


>92 222 
32 831 
18 108 
26 326 

8 9 


29 

30 
31 
32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 


1 

U 
8 

72 


8 
51 


8 
21 


31 


57 
121 


2 

2 

a 


27 
101 

40 
164 


40 
152 


9 
12 


28 
48 
69 
55 


26 
32 

• 
38 


2 

16 

2 

17 








14 
91 




12 io 

14 

79 12 


43 
44 
45 
46 


2.500 
44,910 


30,540 


2.500 
14.370 


48.58 
161,78 




596 
16,589 


13.242 
70,436 


13,242 
64.130 


6.306 


27,992 
26,437 


27,396 
23,616 2, 


21 








7,350 
64,912 


7. 

57. 


50 

50 7,462 


47 
48 


18 

47 


15 
39 


3 

8 


1,00 

1.74 


1.632 


48 


635 

1,228 


604 
1.176 


31 
52 


322 

409 


311 
376 


11 
33 


< 


5 




44 

101 




38 6 
75 26 


49 

50 


63 
167 


57 
145 


6 
22 


2.99 
6.08' 


2.832 
7 5,695 


159 

392 


1,661 
3.936 


1.582 
3,781 


79 
155 


1,141 
1.747 


1,089 
1,621 


52 

2b 


46 


42 




147 
358 




19 28 
51 107 


51 
52 


56 
128 


49 

110 


18 


6,89 


J 4.377 
6,526 


139 
365 


2.631 
4.563 


2.550 
4.422 


81 
141 


1,477 
1,894 


1,438 
1,768 


26 


242 
78 


242 
65 




166 
356 




47 19 

7! 


53 
54 


10,841 

15.904 


9,678 
14.224 


1.163 
1,680 


669,14 

751,17 


59,969 


9.178 
21.560 


360,659 

478,720 


355.089 
469.901 


5.570 
6.819 


223.593 
234,178 


221,022 2, 
226.062 8. 


71 

16 


56.044 
6,405 


56,044 
5.863 




28,851 
31.675 


27,i 
27.' 


14 1,037 
•92 4,083 


'■5 
56 








568,961 


i 562,035 
> 635.068 


6.933 
14,088 


360,659 
478,720 


355,089 
469,901 


5,570 
8,819 


162,325 
164,273 


160,962 1, 
159,304 4. 


63 


45.984 
6,163 


45.984 
5.863 


>'-' 


... 






57 
58 


10,841 
15.904 


9.678 
14,224 


1.163 
1.680 


100. 17< 
102.02 


> 94,550 


2,245 
7,472 








61.268 
69,905 


60,060 1, 
66,758 3. 


IS 
47 


10,060 
242 


10.060 


24 


28.851 

31.875 


27, f 
27,' 


14 1.037 
■92 4.083 


59 

60 


4 
8 
4 
13 

1 


3 

7 
3 
12 
1 




36l 

62 

1.09 

1,651 

42 
80 


3 589 

7 1,075 

3 1 . 556 

4 1 6 

760 


13 
39 
22 
14 


246 
426 
583 

271 
582 


238 

413 
572 
1,109 
265 
578 


8 
13 

11 
25 
6 
4 


102 
172 
269 
406 
97 
192 


155 
262 
368 

97 
171 


3 
17 

38 


5 

217 
46 
48 
9 


5 
5 

38 
48 
3 




13 

24 
28 
64 

7 
20 




11 2 
16 8 
24 4 
41 23 

6 1 
8 12 


61 
62 
63 
64 
6J 
66 


3 


% 




84 


- 


15 

51 


552 


307 
531 


5 
21 


214 


165 
197 


17 


169 
37 


169 
35 




21 
44 




18 3 
33 11 


68 


84 
761 


81 
721 


40 


67,38 


66,536 


348 
2,971 


29.045 
52.311 


28,697 
51.603 


348 
708 


15,829 
21,568 


15,424 
20,387 1, 


35 

81 


21,656 
2.499 


21 .656 

2.177 




854 
1,721 




59 95 
61 760 


69 
70 



78 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 



All operators 



Color and tenure of operator 



Multiple-unit operations number 

Subunits In multiple -unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number ! 

Cropper farms number ', 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. -total acres I 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres ', 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting : 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting : 

subunits reporting 



subunits reporting 



pounds 
nd/or mules. . ..multiple units reporting 



landlord- tenant operations containing aultiple unil 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not included in multiple 
units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants ...number 

Land in subunits not included 
in multiple units acres 



1954. 
L950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 



4,515 
47,816 
63.004 



1,276 
5,402 



1,145 
2,719 



2,180 

56,982 

140,182 



1.957 
26,526 

29.927 



27.257 
30,258 
15,324 



ALABAMA 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



79 



Areas 6 and C — Continued 














Area 


7a 
















Color and ten 
operator — C 


ire of 




J. operators 










Color and tenure 


of operator 












Tenants 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Tota 


1 White 


Nan- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Nan. 
white 


Total 


White whI1 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 




112 5 

170 e 


5 

3 8 


1 3,067 


2.095 
2.904 


10 
16 


. 1.301 
! 2,034 


1,248 
1,943 


53 
91 


739 
768 


704 
730 


3 
3 


> 13 
3 13 


12 
13 


1 


146 
252 


131 
218 


15 1 
34 2 




302 17 

492 30 


J 13 
5 18 


3 5,812 
7 8,299 


5,577 
7,930 


23 
36 


5 3.344 
3 5.411 


3,224 
5,203 


120 
208 


2,062 
2,221 


1.985 
2.133 


7 

a 


7 58 
i 83 


53 
83 


5 


348 
584 


315 
511 


33 3 
73 4 




111 

167 8 


5 
81 


3 2,160 
3 2,832 


2,057 
2,671 


10 
16 


! 1,268 
1,826 


1,216 
1,737 


52 

89 


73: 

75C 


700 

"'.2 


3 

i 


13 
i 12 


12 




144 
244 


129 
210 


15 5 
34 6 




M 11 

325 21 


! 10 


2 3,652 
7 5.467 


3.520 
5,259 


13 
20 


3 2,076 
3.585 


2,008 
3,466 


68 
119 


1,327 


1.285 
1,421 


-~ 


i 45 
) 71 


41 

71 


..* 


204 
340 


186 
301 


18 7 
39 8 


65. 


349 35.841 


> 5,10 

12,20 


! 935.255 

> 1,112,509 


910.860 

1.081.866 


24.39 
30.64 


) 452,840 
666,002 


443,675 
650,036 


9.165 
15.966 


414.870 
352.170 


406.190 8, 
342.772 9. 


a 

-• 


) 17,906 
i 31,496 


16,856 
31,496 


1,050 


,1 1 
62,641 


44,139 
57,562 


■■..«' " 
5.279 10 


37. 
53, 


- 
:08 42,66 


4,44, 
> 10,741 


1 743,567 
3 823,619 


724,284 
800,628 


19.28 
22.99 


334,971 
472,213 


328,677 
460.884 




351.519 
275.975 


344.323 7. 
268.476 7. 




> 15.890 

> 26,470 


14.985 
26,470 


905 


41 , 187 
48.961 


36.299 
44.798 


-.888 11 
4,163 12 


3. 
12, 


43 2,48( 
328 10,57 


) 66 
» 1,451 


191,688 
) 288,890 


186,576 
281,238 


5.11 
7.65 


! 117.869 
> 193.789 


114.998 
189.152 


2,871 
4.637 


63.351 
76,195 


61.867 1. 
74.296 1, 


s 


2,016 
> 5.026 


1,871 
5,026 


145 


8,452 
13.880 


7.840 
12.764 


612 13 
1,116 14 


12, 


>02 6,10 

338 8,% 


2.09( 

3.97 


i 274.544 
3 356.114 


267,126 
344.239 


11.87 


i 134,908 
212,642 


131.924 
206.469 


2.984 
6,173 


118.765 


115,720 3, 
108,993 3. 


)4 

2 


3.702 




181 


25,642 


15,966 
23 ,266 


1,203 15 
2,376 16 




05 

61 8 


5 
7 


> 2.109 
; 2,950 


2.005 


10 


1.232 
> 1.943 


1,179 
1,856 


53 

87 


722 
747 


687 
709 


3 

3 


12 


1! 

13 


... 


247 


126 
213 


15 17 
34 18 




,04 2; 


10 

15 


6,624 


6,324 


301 


) 2,415 
) 4.268 


2.322 

4,100 


93 
168 


1.605 
1.799 


1.533 

1.731 


7 
61 


42 
66 


37 
66 


.." 


282 

491 


253 

427 


29 19 
64 20 


«: 


335 2,01 
358 3.49 


91 
1.461 


3 107,278 
) 127,320 




3,48< 
5.35 


3 55.866 
78,010 


54.313 
75,279 




38.783 


37.174 1. 


4 

jO 


1.182 
) 1 . 447 


1,078 

1,447 


104 


6.489 
9.080 


6,001 
6,062 


..'■' 01 
1,018 22 


27, 
76 . 


,46 22.11 
X» 61,4 


5.32 
15.44 


P 1,416,772 
7 1,819.356 


1,386.078 
1.755.651 


30,69. 
63.70 


698.608 
1.100.781 


683.586 
1.073.737 


15.022 
27,044 


622.734 
563 . 103 


611.885 10. 
535,920 27. 


8 


21.154 
32,180 


20,259 
32,180 


895 


74,276 
123,292 


70,346 
113,814 


3,928 23 
9,478 24 




09 5 
61 8 


5 

-' 


( 2,067 
) 2.601 


N 

2.456 


ia 

14 


1.692 


1,150 
1,611 


61 


713 
675 


678 
642 


3 
3 


12 
12 


11 
12 


i 


143 
222 


128 

191 


15 25 
31 26 




61 141 

19 25 


11 
161 


4.135 
5.424 


3.947 
5.169 


18) 

25 


2,214 
3,383 


2,132 

3.242 


82 


1,550 


1.487 


7 

6 


46 
75 


75 


5 


284 

416 


254 
365 


30 27 
51 28 


2, 
5. 


P88 1.89< 
06 3.31 


89< 
1.78 


53.703 
> 66,897 


51.894 
64.497 


1.80< 

2.4CK 


39,275 


25.277 
37.966 


655 

1.309 


23,296 
20,630 


22.530 

19,968 


6 
4 


702 
2.121 


2.121 


63 


3.773 
4.871 


3,448 
4,422 


325 29 

449 30 


1 , 
2, 


59 1.06 
26 1.58 


39 
741 


35.759 

26.131 


34.784 
25,369 


97 
76 


17.317 


15,546 


363 

403 


15,412 
7,848 


15,006 
7,628 



2 


529 
651 


4% 
651 




2.501 
1,683 


2,328 


173 31 
139 32 








21 
11 










15 
9 






5 
2 


2 
















1 


... 33 

... 34 








31 










22 






7 


3 














•' 


. 2 . 


... 35 
... 36 








111 
63 


63 






70 
53 


53 






36 


36 

10 
















5 


... 37 
... 38 








117,550 
49,444 


117,550 
49,444 






62,600 

41.344 


62.600 






47,350 
8,100 


47.350 
8.100 














7,600 


7,600 


... 39 

... 40 




9 ( 
20 


1 


1.891 
2,688 


1.805 

2.544 


14 


1,740 


1.666 


38 

74 


670 
699 


663 


3 

3 


13 






133 
236 


118 
202 


15 41 
34 42 




18 1 
25 I 


1 


3,711 
5,857 


5.573 


28' 






63 


1.457 
1.688 


1.401 


- 
7 


42 
78 


37 
76 




258 


230 
387 


64 44 




12 
55 


2 


99. 442 


50,992 
96.579 


1.40 
2,86 


24.308 


23,834 
55,767 


474 
1,269 


23.973 
32,682 


23.354 < 


1 
3 


510 
1.468 




1,468 


16 


3,603 
8,256 


3.310 
7.494 


293 45 

762 46 


9. 

2e. 


52 7,41 
25 17,84 


1.74 
10,78( 


26,180,5*2 
82, OX, 164 


27,533,463 
80,743,848 


597,09 
1,758,31 


12,895,367 
> 48,384,369 


12.682,328 
49,691,312 


693.056 


12,930,078 
27,770,825 


12,655,008 265, ( 

27,283,757 487. 


7 
6 


297,433 
1,236,822 


291,333 
2.817,09? 




2,067,664 


1.954.194 


113,470 47 
578,192 48 




96 4 
43 


5 

r 


1,782 


1.684 
2.558 


9f 


1,788 


987 
1,704 


48 
84 


617 
692 


657 


3 
3 


11 
13 


10 

13 


1 


119 
216 


104 
184 


15 49 
32 50 




. 


14 
26 


6,454 


6.151 
10.438 


30. 
49 


3.553 


3.419 
6,546 


134 
248 


2,413 
3,284 


3.148 





107 
139 




14 


381 
714 


327 
605 


54 51 
109 52 




02 26C 
26 48 


14 
24 


7,416 
11,032 


7.130 
10.580 


28( 
45. 


7.189 


4,052 
6.929 


260 


2,737 

3,047 


2,932 


1 


71 


66 
125 




407 
671 


368 
594 


39 53 
77 54 


45, 

78, 


58 39,76 
65,57 


... 
13.41< 


1,034,126 
1,306,032 


1,007,865 
1,272,687 


26,26 
33.34 




501,461 
767.122 


10.319 
17,791 


452.682 
415,092 


443.394 9,< 
404,940 10, 


BE 
5i 


16,842 
36,925 


17,792 
36.925 


1,050 


50.822 
69,102 


45.216 
63.700 


5.604 55 
5.402 56 








844, 394 
1,102,005 


827,586 
1,079,045 


16,80! 
22.96C 




501,461 
767.122 


10,319 
17,791 


316,074 
282,691 


310,635 b,i 
277,522 5, 


35 

■>• 


16,540 
34,401 


15,490 
34,401 


1,050 






... 57 
... 58 


45, 

78, 


5 
• 


5,49, 
13.41< 


189,732 
204,027 


180,279 
193 .642 


9.45, 
10,38 


... 






136,606 
132,401 


132.759 3.f 

127,418 4,' 


If 

8 


2.302 
2.524 


2,302 
2,524 




50,822 
69,102 


45.218 
63,700 


' •■■> 

5.402 60 




31 

60 i 
00 8( 
34 18C 

IS 1 

53 3 


2 

1. 
5 

1 


711 
1,148 
1,604 
2,733 

B94 
1,412 


678 
1,101 
1,553 
2,650 

877 
1.382 


3 
V 

•• 

8, 
1' 

3t 


431 
765 

857 
. ' 
481 
879 


412 

736 

828 

1.726 

472 
31 2 


19 
29 

29 
52 

9 

17 


323 
675 
826 
380 
476 


236 
308 
659 
799 
375 
464 


1C 

1 

11 
.." 


4 

13 

42 


4 
9 
13 

42 
6 

l) 




51 
59 
87 
27 


26 

48 
53 
83 
24 
45 


4 61 

3 62 
6 63 

4 64 
3 65 
1 66 




62 5 
81 14( 


3 


710 
1,321 


676 
1,268 


3' 

5 


376 
899 


356 
864 


20 
35 


295 
350 


284 


1 

12 


7 

31 


7 
31 




32 

41 


29 
38 


3 67 
3 66 


4, 

13. 


09 3.91< 
54 12.13" 


39( 
1.21' 


193.523 


97,005 
190.821 


1.8« 
2,70. 


' 


57.786 
117,086 


1,154 
1,625 


37,812 
62,922 


37,204 ( 
62,166 


if 
54 


936 
5.429 


936 
5,429 




1.183 
6,261 


1,079 
6,138 


104 69 
123 70 



80 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 7b 




All operators 




Color and ten 


ure of operator 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


white 


Tota 


White 


white 


Total 


White 


whUe 


Total 


White 


white 


1 




221 


179 


34 
42 




08 91 
58 1 30 


17 
28 


60 
45 


i 


6 14 
4 11 








2 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunits In multiple-unit 

1950... 


«* 


350 
443 


74 
88 


' 


57 219 

58 iOl 


36 
57 


131 


1C 


5 29 

6 25 








5 


Home farms number 1954 




138 
173 


34 
42 




06 89 

52 124 


17 
28 


60 

45 




A 14 
4 11 








6 


1950. . . 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


252 
316 


212 

270 


40 

46 




51 130 

06 177 


21 
2Q 


94 
36 




9 15 
2 14 








a 


1950... 


9 
10 


Land In multiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


120.860 
125.935 


114,735 
121.324 


6,125 
4,611 


81. 
86.. 


43 78.039 
21 83.336 


3,504 
2,885 


38,690 
29,731 


36, 2S 

28.1 


7 2,403 
9 1.612 








11 




116.017 
118.933 


110.353 
114.937 


5,664 
3,996 


78, 
81, 


76 75.191 
13 78,935 


3.285 
2.478 


36,967 
27,968 


34.7 
26,5 


2,197 

A 1 . 420 








12 


1950... 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


4.843 
7.002 


4.382 
6.387 


461 
- 


3.C 
4.! 


07 2,848 

08 4.4111 


219 

407 


1.723 
1.763 


1.5 
1,5 


7 206 

1 1 '2 








14 


1950... 


5 

it. 


1949. . . 


10,800 
12,140 


9,459 
10,847 


1.341 
1.293 


5, 
6, 


82 5,002 
08 5 . 992 


480 
716 


5,068 
3,803 


4,3 
3.3 


9 729 
7 486 








17 
18 


Com harvested for 

1949. . . 


168 

208 


135 
168 


33 

40 


1 


04 87 
48 121 


17 
27 


58 
42 


i 


5 13 
2 10 








L9 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


334 
417 


269 

341 


65 
76 




99 167 

72 2a 


32 
51 


122 
107 


! 


6 26 
8 19 








21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


6,015 
7,213 


5,227 
6,454 


788 
759 


3, 
3, 


76 2,886 
08 3,481 


290 
427 


2,689 
2,225 


2,2* 

1,9' 


4 415 
7 278 








23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


96,899 
120.043 


88,637 
109.146 


8,262 
10,897 


53, 
67. 


38 50,246 
58 62,348 


3,492 

5.510 


42.011 
36,013 


17,6 
31.6 


1 4.380 
8 4.315 








. 


1949... 


149 


118 
132 


31 
39 




35 71 
16 90 


14 
26 


58 
38 




.4 14 
8 10 








27 
26 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


279 
299 


222 
235 


57 
64 




45 120 
147 


25 

41 


12! 
85 




8 25 
>8 17 








29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


2.142 
2.497 


1.763 
2,145 


379 
352 


l. 


57 82 3 

47 1 , 066 


128 
181 


1,104 

952 


9( 
8 


2 202 

3 139 








31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


1.356 
1,278 


1.165 
1.130 


191 

148 




36 527 

43 575 


69 

68 


725 
499 


6 


8 107 

9 70 








13 

34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 


































35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


































37 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


































39 
40 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


































41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


24 








19 




! 




2 \ 








43 

44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


13 
26 


8 
20 


6 




e 7 

21 16 


1 


5 




2 1 








45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


19 
32 


13 
28 


6 
4 




10 9 
24 21 


1 
3 


9 
5 




4 1 








47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


5,101 
12,900 


1.526 
11,400 


3.575 
1.500 


1. 
10. 


51 1,026 
>00 9.300 


125 

1.300 


3.950 
1,100 


5C 
9C 


10 3 , 450 
10 200 








49 
50 


Horses and/or mules.. ..multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950. . . 


18 


113 
151 


29 
38 




88 76 
32 106 


12 
26 


48 
41 




4 14 
2 9 








51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


339 
597 


279 

510 


60 
87 




97 176 
17 360 


21 

57 


130 
137 


1 


8 32 

3 24 








53 


landlord- trnant operations containing nultiple units: 


645 
875 


527 
748 


118 
127 




97 325 

86 503 


83 


227 
233 


1' 
1' 


3 34 
5 38 








54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


126,270 

147.671 


119,732 
142.486 


6.538 
5.185 


84. 
104. 


81 80.722 
29 101.005 


3.859 
3,324 


41 .018 
33,083 


38, 5" 

31.3: 


3 2,435 
6 1,747 








56 


1950... 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


111,607 
124.499 


106.521 
120,024 


: ,08i 

4,475 


84. 
104, 


29 101,005 


3,859 
3.324 


27,026 
20,170 


i ,7 
19.01 


9 1.227 
9 1.151 








59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


14.663 

23.172 


13.211 
22,462 


1.452 
710 








13,992 
12,913 


12,7' 
12,31 


4 1.208 
7 596 








60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not included in multiple 


76 
102 
221 
344 

84 
115 


62 
82 
177 
305 
72 
112 


14 
20 

39 

12 
3 




41 

55 

- : i o< 

28 202 

50 

69 66 


9 
14 
34 
26 
7 
3 


22 

28 
73 
102 
25 
43 


] 


9 3 
2 6 

8 5 

9 13 
2 3 
3 








62 
63 
64 
65 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


137 
229 

5.410 
21.736 


105 
193 

4.997 
21,162 


32 
36 


3, 

18, 


83 56 
59 1 36 

38 2,683 
08 17,669 


27 
23 


48 
59 


i 
< 

2,2= 
3,21 


6 2 
■ 

6 3? 








68 

69 


1950. . . 
Land in subunits not included 


70 


1950. . . 


5 


74 


4 


39 


i.: 




7 1 


' 



ALABAMA 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



81 



Area 7b — Continued 














Areas 8 


and D 










Color and tenure 
operator— Can. 


of 


All operators 










Color and tenure of 


operator 






Tenants 


Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


Unite 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


Whi„e 


Non- 
white 




6 


3 


3 


* 


46 
112 


2 


36 
89 


K 


; 


11 


11 
23 


1 


1 






1 


1 




: 
2 


13 

42 


36 


7 
6 


293 


113 
281 


12 


88 

211 


201 


10 


64 


27 
62 


"2 


"2 


2 






16 






- 


6 

18 


3 
15 


j 
J 


47 

114 


K 

108 


2 
6 


35 

85 


33 
80 


2 
5 


11 
24 


11 
23 


1 


1 


1 






4 


1 




5 

6 


24 


3 

21 


3 


70 
179 


68 
173 


6 


53 

126 


121 


I 


4C 


16 
39 




"i 


"]' 






1 
12 


1 
i2 




" 
E 


627 

9,983 


409 
9,869 


218 

114 


28,196 
43,271 


28,116 
42.915 


80 
356 


19.031 
28,495 


18,951 
28.241 


80 
254 


9,115 
10,440 


9,115 
10,338 




1,286 


1.286 






50 
3.050 


50 
3,050 




9 

1 


574 
9,552 


392 
9,454 


182 
98 


24.736 
35,475 


24.675 
35.210 


61 

265 


16,706 
23.495 


16,645 
23.300 


61 
195 


7,988 
8.495 


7,988 
8,425 


70 


1,236 


1.236 






« 


42 
2,249 




11 
1 


53 


17 

415 


36 
16 


3,460 
7,796 


7.705 


91 


2,325 
5,000 


2.306 


19 

59 




1.127 
1.913 




■ 








8 
801 


8 
801 






250 
1,629 


118 
1.538 


132 
91 


8.169 
12,276 


8.150 
12.090 


19 

186 


6,118 
6,881 


6.099 
6,777 


19 
104 


2,004 
4,117 


2,004 
4.035 


. 


380 


18 






898 


47 
898 




15 
L6 


18 


3 
15 


3 
3 


46 
103 


44 

97 


2 
6 


34 
79 


32 
74 


2 
5 


11 
20 


11 

19 




"i 
















13 

38 


6 
32 


7 
6 


82 
193 


1 
184 


2 
9 


61 
135 


128 


2 


19 
46 


19 
44 


".' 


2 








10 






1 1 


150 
1,080 


67 
1,026 


83 
54 


3,094 
4,727 


3,085 
4,650 


9 
77 


1,873 
3,051 


1,864 
3.010 


9 
41 


1.199 
1.272 


1,199 
1.236 


'J6 


[77 


•'. 






22 

227 


.. 




21 


1,140 
16,172 


760 

15,100 


390 
1,072 


71,426 
103,245 


71.266 
101.635 


160 
1.610 


50,016 
60.795 


49,856 
59,905 


160 
890 


21,185 
33.629 


21,185 
32,909 




2,800 


2,800 






225 
6.021 


225 

6.021 




23 

24 


6 
17 


3 

14 


3 
3 


32 

84 


30 
79 


: 
5 


22 
62 


20 
58 


2 

4 


9 

13 


9 
17 


1 


1 








3 


1 
3 




25 

2t 


11 
26 


20 


6 


155 


59 
145 


2 
10 


4: 
101 


39 
93 


2 
8 


18 
41 


18 
39 


. 


2 


2 






2 

11 


11 




27 


81 
298 


32 
266 


49 
32 


1,067 
2,282 


1.061 
2,223 


6 
59 


728 
1,300 


722 
1.263 


1 
37 


324 
736 


324 

714 




38 








15 
20S 


208 




f 


35 
136 


20 
126 


15 
10 


965 
1,409 


961 
1,379 


30 


632 


628 

729 


.. 


11'. 
487 


315 
469 


18 


1 ' 


'-. 






18 
142 


IS 
142 




< 
12 












































33 

34 












































35 

i. 












































''■' 
IK 












































4 




2 




28 


7 
27 










3 




















41 
42 


2 
3 


2 
3 




11 
43 

233 
446 


11 
42 

233 
439 


1 


30 

42 
211 


29 

42 
204 


7 


(. 
13 
191 
235 


13 

■ 
235 


















43 
44 


1,200 


1,200 




103.800 
312,470 


103,800 
309.470 


3.666 


16.800 

114.370 


16,800 
111.370 


3.666 


87,000 
198,100 


87,000 
198,100 


















48 


6 
16 


3 
13 


3 
3 


27 
77 


25 

73 


2 

4 


22 

64 


20 
60 


2 


9 




















49 


12 
43 


5 
37 


7 
6 


64 

201 


62 

195 


2 

6 


53 


51 


2 

6 


11 
31 


31 












8 


8 




51 

V 


21 
56 


9 

50 


12 
6 


362 


137 
348 


4 
14 


107 
270 


103 
258 


4 
12 


32 

74 


32 
72 


"i 




"2 






16 


16 




S3 

- 


671 
10.259 


427 
10,145 


244 
114 


23,873 
45,282 


28,793 
44.909 


80 
373 


19.575 
30,188 


19,495 
29,917 


80 
271 


9,248 
10,758 


9,248 
10,656 


102 


1.286 


1,286 






50 
3,050 


50 
3,050 




56 








27.493 
40.806 


27,413 
40.465 


80 

341 


19,575 
30.188 


19,495 
29,917 


80 
271 


7,918 
9,332 


7,918 
9.262 


'TO 


1,286 














57 

... 


671 
10.259 


427 
10,145 


244 
114 


1.380 

4,476 


1.380 

4,444 


32 








1.330 
1,426 


1,330 
1,394 


32 










50 
3,050 


50 
3.050 




59 

... 


4 
5 

8 
14 
2 
3 


2 
5 
3 

14 

3 


2 
5 
2 


11 
32 
24 
69 
8 
26 


11 
30 
24 
67 
8 
26 


2 
2 


19 
21 


8 
23 
19 
57 

6 
21 


2 

2 


3 
7 
5 
10 
2 


3 

10 


















... 


6 

11 


3 

11 


3 


16 
43 


16 
41 


2 


13 
38 


13 
36 


2 




3 


















68 


44 
276 


18 
276 


26 


677 
2,011 


677 
1,994 


17 


544 
1.693 


544 
1,676 


17 


133 
318 


133 
318 
















::: 


70 



82 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Cotton, 

tobacco, and 

peanut 



Muliiplr-unii operations number 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 
operations .total number 

Home farms. .number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
195*. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Land in all subunits including 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in 
multiple units acres 



27,269 
35,487 
9,510 
11,944 
17,759 
23,543 

4,317,469 
4,803,052 
3,715,869 
3,935,038 
601,600 
868,014 



9,331 
12,004 
20,592 
27,465 
419, 412 
453,976 
5,221,828 
8,123.895 

9,037 
11,551 
20,764 
26,931 
302,341 
440,728 
185,316 
217,489 

22 



2,189 

3,247 

4.178 

6,697 

54,037 

102,503 

28,795,663 

84,096,737 

7,327 
10,688 

24,755 
41,550 



19,564 
24,812 

6,544 
8,189 
13,020 
16,623 

2,807,616 
3,060,074 
2,429,048 
2,528,718 
378,568 
531,356 



6,494 

8,332 

14,971 

19.420 

288,103 

304,020 

3,469,695 

5,861,869 

6,704 
8,648 
16,180 
20,968 
247.246 
372,347 
149,058 
190,679 



519 

32.044 
129,529 

26,960 

102,276 

5,084 

27,253 

6,248 



2, as 
12,696 
39,451 
181,825 



158 

499 

47,382 

248,206 


2,037 

14,229 

1,052.247 

11,547,114 


4,957 
7,271 
16.313 
28,071 


56 

331 

178 

1,068 


26,075 
34.177 


211 
1,131 


3,126,467 
3,525,087 


35,174 
148,208 


2,386,534 
2,784.665 


30,549 
121,626 


739,933 
740,422 


4,625 
26,582 


2,096 

3.003 
6,511 

9.365 


19 
130 

35 
241 


2.979 
4.212 


15 
107 


3,532 

5,153 


20 
134 


318,851 
465 ,013 


3,130 
18,679 



2,295 
3,342 

4,742 

797,810 
914,440 
619,144 
662,628 
178,666 
251,812 



1,878 

2,455 

4,030 

5,822 

96,700 

109,640 

1,235.694 

1,555,393 

1,927 
2,498 
3,955 
5,321 
50,700 
63,864 
33,360 
24.534 



1,927 
2,498 
3.794 
5,530 
51,324 
87,157 
27,450,338 
71,802,738 

1,629 
2,262 
6,158 
9,610 



5,592 
1,478 
4,634 
1,149 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 3—MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM. 



83 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 







Areal 






Type of 


ram 
















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total 








Cotton, 

". bacc . and 

peanut 










Cotton Peanut 


Cotton 
and tobacco 


Cotton 
and peanut 


Miscellaneous 


1 




2,005 


1,901 






1 




103 


2 


1950... 


2,066 


1,989 




6 






71 


3 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 


6,068 


5.833 






3 




232 


i. 


1950. . . 


6,258 


6,071 




15 






172 






1,955 
1,957 


1,853 
1,881 




"o 


1 




101 


i 


1950. . . 


70 






4.113 


3.980 






2 




131 


8 


1950. . . 


4,301 


4.190 




9 






102 


9 


Land in multiple-unit operations. ...total acres 1954... 


648,797 


613,367 






946 




34,484 


1L 


1950. . . 


581,667 


559.814 




563 






21,290 


11 




535.157 


504.480 






891 




29.786 


12 


1950... 


454,763 


436, 413 




347 






18,003 






113,640 


108,887 






55 




4.698 


14 


1950... 


126,904 


123.401 




216 






3,287 


jj 




282,711 
273,589 


275,006 
266,984 




395 


126 




7,579 


16 


1949... 


6,210 


i" 


Corn harvested for 




















1,888 


1,809 






1 




78 


19 


1949... 


1,903 


1,854 










44 


19 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


4,189 








3 




111 


X 


1949. . . 


4.2a 


4.166 




9 






66 


.'l 


acres 1954... 


96.222 


93.599 






46 




2,577 


22 


1949. . . 


74.657 


72.926 




65 






1,666 




bushels 1954... 


1.060,858 


1,027.139 






630 




33,089 


24 


1949. . . 


1.504.580 


1,460.624 




1.317 






42.639 


.". 




1,933 


1,901 






1 




31 


> 


1949... 


2,017 


1,989 




"t> 






22 


2-7 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


5,158 


5.113 






3 




42 


28 


1949... 


5,543 


5.491 




14 






38 


29 


acres 1954... 


108.872 


108. 511 






34 




327 


30 


1949. . . 


147,888 


147,379 




218 






291 


;: 


bales 1954... 


62,208 


61,979 






22 




207 


52 


1949... 


83.370 


83.032 




100 






238 


33 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


1 


1 












34 


1949... 


6 






6 








35 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


1 


1 












36 


1949... 


6 






6 








17 


acres 1954... 


1 


1 












ie 


1949. . . 


17 






17 








.' 


pounds 1954... 


500 


500 












40 


1949... 


22,543 






22.543 








41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


7 


6 






1 






... 


1949. . . 


3 


3 












43 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


13 


10 






3 






44 


1949. . . 


3 


3 












45 


acres 1954... 


11 


6 






5 






46 


1949... 


3 


3 












47 


pounds 1954... 


6,219 


2.394 






3.825 






48 


1949... 


1,300 


1.300 












49 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


1,256 


1,208 






1 




47 


50 


1950... 


1,548 


1.499 




6 






43 


'., 


number 1954... 


3.372 


3.247 






5 




120 


52 


1950... 
I^adlurd- l.ianl op?r»ti»a eoataiaiaf multiple uaiia 


5,920 


5,770 




13 






137 


5 1 




7.457 


7,102 






4 




351 


54 


1950... 


7,847 


7,528 




16 






303 


55 


Land In all subunlts including 




















743.755 
679.585 


697,318 
647.179 




707 


966 




45,471 


56 


1950... 


31,699 


S7 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


449.978 


411.289 






889 




37,800 


56 


1950... 


440.895 


415.169 




547 






25,179 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 




















293.777 
238.690 


286.029 
232,010 




160 


77 




7,671 


60 


1950... 


6.520 


61 


Subunlts not Included 




















585 


527 






1 




57 


62 


1950... 


672 


630 




1 






41 


63 


number 1954... 


1.389 


1.269 






l 




119 


64 


1950... 


1,589 


1.457 




. 1 






131 


69 




979 


898 






1 




80 


66 


1950. . . 


954 


866 










88 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


410 
635 


371 
591 




1 






39 


68 


1950... 


43 


69 


Land in subunlts not included in 




















94.958 

97,918 


83.951 
87,365 




144 


20 




10,987 


7 


1950... 


10,409 



84 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and arplanatio: 



Cotton, 

tobacco, I 

peanut 



Itiple-nnit operations number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
Home farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bushels 1954.. 

1949. . 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bales 1954.. 

1949. . 



Tobacco harvested multipli 



reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954 . . 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 

Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

landlord- irnul operation* containing anlliple unit* 

All subunits including home farm number 1954.. 

1950. . 
Land in all subunits including 

home farm acrea 1954.. 

1950.. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954.. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. , 

1950., 

Subunits not included 

in multiple units operators reporting 1954., 

1950., 

number 1954., 
1950., 

Snare tenants number 1954 . , 

1950., 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not included In 

multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



2,481 

277,800 
299,282 
213,366 
221,204 
64,434 
78,078 



1,350 
1,661 
2,612 
3,243 
54.659 
43,135 
775 . 567 
1.024,267 

1,287 
1,690 
2,401 
3.366 
24,629 
44,136 
18,322 
21.603 



1.478 
2,533 
4,595 



1,552 
1,767 
2,350 

214,138 
275.359 
155,263 
200 . 526 
58,875 
74.833 



1,200 
1,580 
2.361 
3,104 
48,127 
40.118 
665,377 
968,641 

1,224 

2,307 
3.291 
24.025 
43 , 569 
17.875 
21,381 



1.535 
3,494 
1,283 
2.969 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULT1PLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: 



85 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Areas 3 and A 






Type of farm 




Total 






Cotton 


Cotton 


Cotton, 












Peanut 


and tobacco 


and peanut 


■ ol a sco, and 

peanut 




1 




73 


7 59 


5 2 




9 




131 


2 


1950. . . 


92 


82 






11 




91 


3 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 




















1.84 


3 1,53 


3 5 




20 




285 




1950. . . 


2,31 


2.09 1 


) 




25 




190 


5 




72 

87 


i 58 
3 78 


- 2 

... 




9 
10 




130 
87 


6 


1950... 


7 




1,12 


95 


3 




11 




155 


8 


1950. . . 


1.43 


1,31 


3 




15 




103 


9 


Land in multiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 


244,35 


193,661 


3 212 




1,769 




48.711 


10 


1950... 


244,94 


221,90 


, 




1,497 




21,5a 


11 




202,28 


156,98 


I 177 




1,483 
1,196 




43.641 

18,4o2 


12 


1950... 


186,03 


166,37 








13 




42 ,06 


36,67 


i 35 








5,070 
3,079 


14 


1950... 


58,90 


55,52' 




301 




15 




64.59* 


? 55,62 


33 

... 




372 
474 




8,570 
4,098 


16 


1949... 


77.12 


72,55< 






17 


Corn harvested for 




















71 


7 58 


2 




9 




123 


IB 


1949... 


88 


5 80 






11 




68 


: 1 


subunits reporting 1954... 


1.44 


1.22 


1 2 




14 




203 


20 


1949. . . 


1,81 


3 1,70 






16 




96 




acres 1954... 


28.49 


3 24,39 


22 




196 




3,880 


22 


1949. . . 


30,21 


) 28,55 






142 




1,518 


23 


bushels 1954... 


411,65 


352,37 


155 




3,092 




56,039 


24 


1949. . . 


595,96 


> 564,89 


> 




3,085 




27,981 


25 




63 


59 






9 




35 


:■■■ 


1949. . . 


85 


> 82 






11 




19 


27 


subunits reporting 1954... 


1.27 


1.21 


'.'.'. 




14 




45 


28 


1949. . . 


1,761 


1.731 


... 




16 




22 


29 


acres 1954... 


17,901 


17,52 


... 




59 




318 


10 


1949. . . 


31.51 


31,21 






115 




184 


'. 


bales 1954... 


13,17 


12.88C 


... 




42 




253 


32 


1949. . . 


13.86 


13.72 


... 




53 




83 


33 


Tobacco harvested multiple unite reporting 1954... 
















34 


1949. . . 
















35 


subunits reporting 1954... 
















36 


1949... 
















37 


acre: 
















!" 


1949... 
















39 


pounds 1954... 
















40 


1949... 
















M 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




















2 


1 


2 




9 




6 


42 


1949... 


2 


1 






11 




2 


43 


subunits reporting 1954... 


3 


. 


2 




9 




7 


44 


1949. . . 


2 








13 




3 


45 


acres 1954... 


• 


1 


7 




10 




6 


46 


1949... 


■ 


1 






25 




2 


47 


pounds 1954... 


14,36 


6.32 


660 




5,440 




1.940 


48 


1949... 


19,43 


6,26 






12.561 




610 


49 


HorseB and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


5CX 


39 






9 




96 


! 


1950... 


72( 


64 






10 




65 


'■1 


number 1954... 


1.38 


1.13 






24 




222 


52 


1950... 
Landlord* teaaal operatieas rom aiaiB* aaltiple uaita: 


2.38 


2.23" 






20 




132 


K 




2,26 


1.89. 


5 




22 




342 


54 


1950... 


2,92 


2,63' 






30 




258 




Land in all subunits including 




















266,16 
275,75 


214.04; 
248,80- 


212 




1.777 
1,662 




50.132 
25,283 


'.», 


1950... 






57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


226,28 


183,88! 


209 




1,777 




40,415 


58 


1950... 


227,05 


201,31' 






1,648 




24,092 


V, 


Rented by operator of multiple 


39.88C 
48, 69* 


30,161 
47,49; 










9,717 
1,191 


60 


1950... 






14 




hi 


Subunits not included 


21! 


17" 






1 




40 


62 


1950... 


29. 


i 25" 






•> 




31 


63 


number 1954. .. 


41i 


1 35! 






2 




57 


64 


1950... 


60i 


53! 






5 




68 


65 




29' 

40' 


2« 
37; 






1 




29 
36 


.v 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppera 




















115 

19- 


89 

16; 






2 




28 


68 


1950... 


32 


69 


Land in subunits not included In 




















21,80; 


20,376 
26,903 






s 




1,421 
3,742 


70 


1950. . . 


30,81c 






165 





MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



hbltiple-nnit operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

gTaln multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1949. 
195*. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 

1950. 
1954. 

1950. 
1954. 

1>;.h. 



Cotton harvested. 



ultiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954. 

1949. 
1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 



Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not included 
in multiple unite operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants. number 

Land in subunits not Included in 
multiple units acres 



1954. 
L950. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

195U. 



Areas 4 and ! 



349,385 
410,433 
302,213 
337,782 
47,172 
72,651 



24,974 
34,109 
330,089 
517,166 

655 
911 
1,342 
1,874 
15.867 
26,614 
9,630 
11,691 



281 , 508 
336,897 
239,892 

276,374 
41,616 
60,523 



612 

843 

1,398 

1,901 

21,420 

29,747 

278,964 

445,264 

615 
855 
1,281 
1,776 
15.291 
25,614 
9,265 
11,332 



9,037 

14,645 
7,491 
13,050 



1,366 

10,144 
22,500 



Cotton, 

tobacco, and 

peanut 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: 



87 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Cotton, 

tobacco, a 

peanut 



Vnltiple-aait eperatiena number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms ■ number 

Land in multiple-unit operations total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1934. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



195*. 

1950. 
195*. 
I950i 
195*. 
1950, 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950, 
1954. 
1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



195*, 
L9*9. 
195*. 

195*. 
19*9, 
: 15*. 

; a*, 
L9*9. 
195*. 
L9*9. 

: K9. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 
Rented by operator of multiple 



1 )5*. 

I •■■ . 

: ■■ . 



195*. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor ehare tenants number 

Land In subunits not included in 
multiple units acres 



1 


.im 


1 


.953 


3 


.419 


5 


.241 


] 




1 


,877 


2 


.'--- 


3 


.36* 


601 


,763 


67 i 




536 


.817 



69.596 
555,137 

1,200 
1,832 
2.525 
4,078 
35,248 
58,789 
20,221 
28,291 



1,745 
2,991 
6,087 



1,112 
1,687 
1,939 
3,118 

492.431 
608,109 
432.896 
497,720 
59,535 
110,389 



1,112 
1.721 
2.484 
3.998 
45.931 

505,199 



1,130 
1,755 
2,422 
3,972 
34,495 
58,003 
19.686 
27,632 



1,593 
2,751 
5,739 



7,200 
7,987 
5.843 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FABM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Cotton, 
peanut 



faltiple-onit operations number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950. . 

Home farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949. . 



Tobacco harvested multiple 



reporting 1954.. 
1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



Mora 



and/or mules. 



. .multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Landlord-tenant operation* containing aoltiple unita: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in all subunits including 

home farm acres 1954. 

1950. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954. 



reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Snare tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not Included in 

multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



4.384 
5,743 
1,134 
1.445 
3,250 
4,298 

1,111,055 
1,311,934 
1,041,707 
1.202,922 
69,348 
109,012 



1,072 
1,441 
3,262 
4.515 
47,816 
63,004 
503,421 
1,110,234 

1.075 
1,389 
3,591 
4,424 
42,913 
60,115 
23,680 
29,852 



1,701 
300,354 
819,539 

1,016 
1,276 
5,402 
7,191 



1.046 
2,752 
3,474 

825,438 
888,992 
769,654 



819 
1,085 
2,725 
3,666 
39,530 
50,025 
400 , 505 
873,812 

865 



39.532 
55.289 
21,858 
28,033 



2,007 
4,439 
1,925 
4,020 



252 

50,983 
72,356 
43,861 
62,572 
7,122 
9,784 



3,679 
4,703 
43,707 
70,918 



1,961 
2,823 
1,030 
1.037 



1,304 

270.621 
638,193 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



89 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Cotton, 

tobacco, and 

peanut 



falliplcnnit operations number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations, .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954, 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 

: '• . 

1954. 

1954. 

. "■' . 

1954. 
.•• . 
1954. 
L95t . 
L954, 
1950. 



Cotton harveated multiple unite reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Tobacco harvested .multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



L954. 
19*9. 
1954. 

: '•••. 

1949. 

1954. 
1954. 

. 154. 
L949. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 

number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



195 . 
L954. 

i U . 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number . 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunlts not Included in 
multiple units acres 



5,812 
8,299 
2,160 
2.832 
3.652 
5,467 

935.255 
1.112.509 
743.567 
823.619 
191.688 
288,890 



2.109 
2.950 
4.344 



819.356 

2.067 
2,601 

5.424 
53,703 
66.897 



398 

95.096 
39.208 

83.185 
75,610 
11,911 
13,598 



497 

29.343 

123.933 
24.496 
97,242 
4.847 
26.691 



14,084 
1,042.653 



6,366 


18 


1.721 


14 


2.054 




3,057 


26 


4.312 


11 


720.356 


5,592 


805.542 


1.478 


552.720 


4.634 


569.920 


1,149 


167,636 


958 


235.622 


329 


235.340 


1,601 


286.779 


465 


1,705 


14 


2,209 


7 


3.641 


27 


5.271 


14 


89.925 


536 


100.885 


272 


1.156,569 


10,725 


1.412,307 


4.520 


1,753 


14 


2,249 


7 


3.613 


22 


4.828 


13 




328 


58,842 


85 



49.905 

84.759 

26,903.241 

70,531.634 

1.472 
2.031 
5,634 



8.282 
797.467 



90 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Cotton, 

tobacco, and 

peanut 



Multiple-unit operations number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper f arms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 

bushels 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1*54. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 
1954. 

1 150. 



L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
L949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1 154. 
1949. 

1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



4.464 
4,904 
73,032 
85,660 



reporting 
subunits reporting 



Horses and/or mules.. ..multiple units reporting 
number 

Landlord- tenant operations containing Multiple unit 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not Included 
In multiple units operators reporting 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunits not included In 
multiple uni ts acres 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



91 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Areas 8 and D 



Cotton, 
tobacco, and 

peanut 



tkillipU-oait operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



195*. 
1950. 
L9S*. 
1950, 
195*. 
1950. 

195*. 

1954. 
199 . 
1954. 
199 . 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horsea and/or mules.. ..multiple units reporting 
number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954. 
195 . 
1954. 

. ■■ . 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number '. 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number : 

Land in subunits not Included in 
multiple units acres 



28,196 


5.968 


43,271 


18,150 


24,736 


4,192 


35,475 


14.245 


3,460 


1,776 


7,796 


3.905 


8,169 


2,882 


12,276 


5.742 



1.302 
2,374 

43.595 
50,749 



39 

5.188 
6,796 
4.848 
4.735 
340 
2,061 



1.153 
10.762 
20,615 



92 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 

1954 AND 1950 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


The State 




Total 


Acres of cropland harvested 




None 


Under 
20 acres 


20 to 29 


30 to ,49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 






9,720 
12,660 


4 


847 
870 


824 
1.048 


1,696 
2,576 


2,939 

4,170 


2,116 
2,573 


1,051 
1,077 


206 


2 


1950... 


228 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


27,269 
35,487 


9C 
23i 


1,727 
1,782 


1,710 
2,202 


3,640 
5,490 


6,970 
9.888 


6,304 
7,987 


4,832 
5,543 


1.996 
2,357 


, 




9,510 
11,944 


4 
10! 


834 
835 


604 

1,009 


1.654 

2.461 


2.863 
3,872 


2,072 
2,416 


1,037 
1,016 


205 


t 


1950... 


227 


„ 




17,759 
23.543 


4< 
13C 


893 

947 


106 
1,193 


1.986 
3 , 29 


4.107 
6,016 


4,232 

5.571 


3.795 
4,527 


1,791 


a 


1950... 


2,130 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations .... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


4,317,469 
4.803.052 


13,07 
43.20! 


151.308 
205,781 


138.410 
184,105 


334,923 
481,088 


809,437 
1.034,014 


1,075,014 
1,164,349 


1,113,988 
1,059,784 


681,314 
630,725 


11 




3,715,869 
3,935,038 


10.95! 
34,59 


139,150 
185,335 


119,340 
156,649 


279,190 
393,097 


661,332 
810,204 


916.679 

927.600 


975,371 
871,315 


613,851 


12 


1950. . . 


556,247 


13 
14 


1950. . . 


601,600 
868,014 


2,11< 
8,61 


12,158 

20,446 


19.070 
27,456 


55.733 
87.991 


148 . 105 
223,810 


158,335 

236,749 


138,617 

188,469 


67,463 

74,478 


1? 
16 


1949. . . 


1.073,611 
1.285,188 




10,248 
10.874 


20,255 
25,860 


66.565 
100.758 


209,759 
294,779 


293,765 

353.773 


309,296 
310,313 


163.723 
188,831 


17 

IP 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


9,331 
12,004 




725 

705 


781 
984 


1.653 
2,482 


2,885 
4,059 


2,062 
2,503 


1,023 
1,053 


202 

218 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


20,592 




948 
901 


1.151 
1,475 


2,768 
4.184 


5,564 
8,143 


5,033 
6.561 


3,676 
4,403 


1,452 
1,798 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


419,412 
453,976 




5,405 
5,273 


10,727 
12,071 


34,398 
43,987 


99.331 

119.477 


119,737 
130,012 


105,189 
96,936 


44,625 
46,218 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


5,221,828 
8.123.895 




65,412 
99,981 


132,487 
222 . 567 


414,219 
833,363 


1,208,233 
2,143.482 


1,486.471 
2,222,256 


1,360,311 
1.714.635 


554,695 
887,611 


25 
26 


1949. . . 


9,037 




597 
581 


726 
931 


1,574 
2,392 


2.846 
3.937 


2,061 
2,446 


1.028 
1,046 


205 
218 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


20,764 
26,931 




713 
691 


965 
1,324 


2.414 
3.876 


5.271 

7,721 


5.212 

6,475 


4,743 


1,899 

2,101 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


302,341 
440,728 




3.263 

3.747 


6,149 
9,879 


19,800 
36,568 


61,14 
103,837 


81,300 
116.351 


62,896 
104,920 


47,792 
65,426 


31 
32 


bales 1954 .. . 
1949... 


185,316 
217,489 




1.889 

1,752 


3,725 


11,991 
16,813 


37,364 
47.832 


55.804 


51,227 
53. 961 


29,148 
36,530 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


17 






1 


5 


8 
12 


6 
3 


1 


1 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


32 
20 




1 


1 


1 


12 
14 


10 
3 


2 


1 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


112 
80 




1 


5 


l • 
2 


30 
37 


43 
13 


28 


14 


39 

40 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949... 


118,050 
71 .987 




600 


4,000 


18,400 
3.200 


32.450 
38,783 


42,600 

14.400 


15.604 


20,000 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


2,189 
3,247 




56 

50 


85 

127 


288 
453 


716 
1,211 


972 


335 
383 


43 

51 


43 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


4,178 
6,697 




63 

57 


98 

143 


356 
554 


1,046 

1.968 


1.315 
2,145 


1,074 
1,462 


226 
368 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


54,037 
102,503 




173 

150 


421 
716 


2.126 
4,066 


22.101 


18,024 

37,148 


19,591 
30,641 


4,294 
7,681 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


28,795.663 
84,096.737 




77,750 
134,010 


180,200 
549,416 


1,143.752 
3.248,993 


... ' — : 

17,184,986 


9,761.450 
30.932,013 


10,875,797 
25,429,337 


1,995,309 
6,617,982 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


7,327 
10.688 


5 


536 
652 


601 
868 


1.270 
2,212 


2,188 
3.566 


1,676 
2,196 


868 
941 


183 
202 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


24.755 
41,550 


1 
10 


> 952 
1.358 


1,242 
2,021 


3.017 
5.904 


6,115 
11,533 


6,038 
10.130 


5,044 
7.171 


2,335 
3,327 


53 
54 
55 


Landlord-tenant operations containing anltiple units: 

1950. . . 

Land in all subunits including 


36.733 
50,058 

4,817,123 
5,599,331 
3,810.079 
4,548.286 

1,007,044 
1,051,045 

3,166 
4.603 


14. 
57 

16,82 
70,08 

15,15 
65,32 

1,66 
4,76 

1 
5 


, 2.648 
2,886 

200,167 
J 266.887 

186,225 
j 244,617 

7 13.942 
! 22,270 

! 312 
I 3(» 


2.130 
2,927 

153,361 
218,377 
135,501 
198,217 

17,860 
. 20,160 

257 

361 


4,574 
7,481 

381,261 
588,115 
340,190 
527,077 

41,071 
61,038 

467 
829 


8,880 
12.835 

901,375 

1,182,958 

728,874 

965,902 

172,501 
217.056 

816 
1,265 


8,121 
11,405 

1,176,447 

1,355,411 

878,706 

1,046,307 

297,741 
309,104 

687 
987 


6,917 
8,050 

1,233,547 

1,209,897 

931,039 

924,639 

302,508 
285,256 

478 
568 


3,319 
3.903 

754,144 


56 
57 

58 
59 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Rented by operator of multiple 


707,597 
594,390 
576,201 

159,754 


6C 
61 

62 


1950... 
Subunits not included in multiple 

1950... 


131,3% 

131 
172 


63 
"64 
I I 


number 1954... 
1950... 


9,464 
14,571 
4,385 
6,290 

5.079 
8,281 

499,654 
796,279 


5 
33 

2 
7 

2 
261 

3,74 
26.88 


, 921 
J 1,104 
i 316 
i 385 

) 605 
3 719 

3 48,859 
! 61,106 


420 
725 
241 
327 

179 
398 

14,951 
34,272 


934 

1,991 
481 
937 

453 
1,054 

46,338 
107,027 


1,910 
2,947 
1,041 
1.363 

869 
1,584 

91,938 
148,944 


1,817 

3,418 

884 

1,485 

933 
1,933 

101,433 
191,062 


2,085 

2,507 

860 

1,144 

1,225 
1,363 

119,559 
150,113 


1,323 

1,546 

534 


66 
67 


1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


576 
789 


68 
69 


1950... 
Land in subunits not Included 


970 
72,830 


70 


1950... 


76,872 



ALABAMA 

Economic Area Table 4.-MULTBPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED- 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



93 



CENSUSES OF 



Miltiple*imit opera 



Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. 

1950. 



Land in multiple-unit operations .... total 



Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total i 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



Tobacco harvested multiple unit 



Peanuts harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 



KoraeB and/or mules. 



Landlord- tenant operations containing nultiple anita: 

All subunlts Including home faro number 1954... 

1950... 
Land in all subunlts Including 
home farm 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954.. 
1950.. 
1954.. 
1950.. 



Subunlts not Included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954. . 

1950.. 

number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Share tenants number 1954. . 

1950. . 
Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954.. 

1950. . , 
Land in subunlts not Included 

In multiple units acres 1954. . , 

1950.., 



1.903 
4.189 



743,755 
679.585 
449.978 
440,895 



Acres of cropland harvested 



7,553 
2,139 
5,993 

1.310 



11,947 
16,459 
10,896 
13,568 



12,416 
10.653 
10,881 
9,560 



43,582 
48,274 
38,437 
41,456 



122,629 
141,096 
87,471 
100,738 



187,491 
174,824 
102,844 
104.105 



794 
29.442 
17.143 
341,387 
379.917 

302 



209,623 
159,492 
117,558 
86,175 



148.514 
126.648 
75,898 
83,983 



94 



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Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Subunits In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954 . . 

1950. . 



Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total 



Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested multiple unit 



597 

966 

1,19b 

20,768 

16,967 

287.525 
407,465 

479 



harvested multiple 



Owned by operator of multiple ' 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



acres 1954. 

1950. 
Subunits not included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in subunits not included 

In multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



318,656 
360,538 
273,511 
305,599 



4,346 
1,304 
4,346 
1,257 



16,304 
20,498 
15,596 
18,714 



« ,i n 

- . 14 
39,013 
59,703 



77, 410 
85,775 

60,863 
69,872 



44,901 
39,163 
35.827 

30,621 



ALABAMA 



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1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



Areas 3 and A 



(For definitions and explanations. 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Multiple-unit operations number : 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number : 

Home farms number '. 

Cropper farms number ! 

Land In multiple-unit operations.... total acres ' 

Home farms acres '. 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Com harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 



4.058 

109 
3.421 



subunlts reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1,272 
1.768 
17,900 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



subunlts reporting 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number 



landlord-tenant operation* containing Multiple unii 
All subunlts Including home farm number 

Land in all subunlts Including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit..acrea 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunlts not Included in multiple 
units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not Included 
In multiple units acres 



- ' . 
L95*. 

■■ . 



L950, 
L954. 



266,163 
275,752 
226,283 
227,055 



14,116 
15,779 
13,694 
15,165 



15,208 
12,744 
14,935 
10,525 



21,402 

>",.+ ' 
" ,■•■■ 
27,158 



57,130 
75,038 
48,751 
60,536 



vi.vv 
61,500 

46,446 



51,108 
53,431 
42,651 
42,874 



96 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



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1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





IFor definitions and explanations, see text) 


Areas 4 and B 




Total 


Acres of cropland harvested 




None 


20 acres 


20 to 2 


9 30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 19 


9 200 to 4 


99 500 acree 






718 
1,023 


It 


83 
94 


1 


01 176 
17 258 


210 
328 


1 


8 
5 


41 9 


2 


1950. . . 


66 11 


' 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


1,897 
2,674 


2( 


169 
192 




06 384 
40 548 


542 
824 


3. 

4. 


8 1 

o ; 


85 73 
32 80 


, 




703 
973 


1. 


81 
90 


] 


01 170 
lb 243 


204 
306 


1. 


17 




41 9 


' 


1950... 


o4 11 




number 1954 


1,194 
1.701 


1 


88 

102 


] 
] 


05 214 
24 305 


338 
518 


2 

3C 


o ; 


44 64 


8 


1950. . . 


68 69 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


349,385 
410.433 


8,99 


12,548 
19,077 


25, 
37, 


77 38.667 
26 48.908 


75,174 
105,295 


64,8 
83,2] 


2 59, e 
} 84,' 


91 72.696 
06 22,710 


n 




302,213 
337,782 


8,56 


10,940 
13,465 


22, < 
33, 


81 32,477 
45 37,400 


61,661 
85.336 


55,9 
68,7 


9 54, 
1 71,1 


60 63,905 


12 


1950. . . 


69 19,275 




Cropper farms acres 1954 


47,172 
72,651 


43' 


1.608 
5,612 


2, 

4, 


96 6,190 
81 11,508 


13,513 
19,959 


8,8 
14,4 


3 5.t 
2 12, f 


31 8,791 


M 


1950... 


37 3,435 


15 




56,253 
80,764 




1,005 
1,221 


2, 
2, 


75 6,885 
92 9,909 


14,607 
22,950 


13,3' 

18,2 


9 11,' 
4 18, 


03 6,199 


16 


1949. . . 


95 7,023 


17 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


707 

983 




77 
81 




00 175 
15 255 


208 
324 


1 


(7 
3 


41 9 
64 11 


19 
20 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


1,573 
2,157 




98 

100 




55 312 
81 434 


474 

702 


3 
3 


5 1 
9 


68 61 
90 71 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


24.974 
34.109 




588 

679 


1, 
1, 


86 3,686 
77 4,843 


7,182 
10,550 


5.8 

7.9 


6 4.1 
9 6, 


51 2,215 
>00 1,911 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


330 ,089 

517.166 




7.257 
11.343 


17, 
28 ,< 


92 48.114 

10 77.044 


88,447 
159,384 


76,2 
119,6 


>6 65, 
8 99, 


65 26,748 
76 22,391 


25 
26 


1949... 


655 

911 




52 
54 




88 166 
03 238 


205 

313 


1 


6 

8 


39 9 
64 11 


27 
28 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


1,342 
1,874 




55 
59 




15 248 
23 352 


411 
634 


2 
3 


2 ] 
3 


68 
83 70 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


15.867 
26,614 




255 

308 




12 1,961 
55 3,142 


4,517 
7.918 


3,8 
5,9 


1 2, 
7 ',. 


1,889 
88 2,556 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


9,630 
11,691 




160 

124 




30 1,141 

64 1.303 


2,624 
3,3bl 


2,2 
2,6 


1, 
4 2. 


75 1,265 
38 1,077 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


























35 
36 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


























37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


























39 
40 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


























41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


33 

58 




3 




1 3 

2 9 


11 
28 


] 
1 



1 


3 2 

6 2 


43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


56 
96 




A 




2 8 

3 11 


16 
39 


1 


2 
3 


12 2 

13 7 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


239 

414 




3 




1 14 
3 28 


68 
110 


i 
It 


4 1 

« 1 


07 2 
01 26 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


130,745 
218,888 




822 




50 6,806 
45 15,775 


41 ,707 
46,425 


34,0. 
75, 2 C 


46,3 
3 56, C 


90 520 
50 25,100 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950... 


649 
946 


•• 


69 
79 




93 160 
07 244 


191 
306 


i; 


1 

■9 


38 7 
63 11 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950. . . 


2,215 
3,639 


1 


108 
150 




87 398 
>78 626 


634 

1,112 


4' 
7C 


2 2 

8 5 


91 125 

99 152 


53 
54 
55 


Landlord. tenant operations containing aultiple unita: 

1950... 
Land in all subunits Including 


2,392 

3,665 

377,904 
470,040 
341,810 
422,655 

36,094 
47,385 

202 
332 


S 

11,37 
11,32 

5 


192 

241 

13,406 
22,928 
12,774 
20,267 

632 
2,661 

19 
5 31 


28, ( 
41/ 
24/ 
40, 

3, 

1, 


54 434 

33 666 

67 40,735 
24 54,013 

79 38,720 

80 49,163 

88 2,015 
44 4,850 

31 29 

34 77 


633 
1,086 

81,593 
122,483 
73,056 

110,849 

8,537 
11,634 

54 

97 


4. 
56 

70,6; 

90,51 
62,82 
75,35 

7,79 
15, le 

i 


7 2 
9 4 

63,7 

5 93,5 

6 51,0 

2 83,5 

4 12,7 

3 9,9 

1 


U. 198 
43 241 

96 79 687 


56 
57 
58 
59 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Rented by operator of multiple 


90 33|413 
68 78,887 
97 31,923 


6C 
61 

62 


1950... 
Subunits not included in multiple 

1950. . . 


93 1,490 

22 6 

31 7 


63 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


495 
991 
145 
373 

350 
I LB 

28,519 

59,607 


5 

4 

2,37 


23 

i 49 

8 

J 27 

15 
S 22 

858 


2, 
4, 


46 50 
93 118 
24 18 
42 53 

24 32 

51 65 

90 2,068 


91 
262 
35 
97 

56 
165 

6,419 


1. 

i 

5,7£ 
7,3C 


9 

9 1 

2 

7 
8 

8 3,9 
2 8,8 


59 125 
11 161 
9 19 


66 
67 


1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


48 50 

50 106 


68 

- ? 


1950... 
Land in subunlts not Included 


63 111 
05 6,991 


70 


1950... 


3,8 


1 


98 5,1 


15 


17,185 




84 10,703 



ALABAMA 



97 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text} 










Areas 












Total 


Acres of cropland harvested 




None 


20 acres 


20 to 


>9 30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 200 to 499 500 acres 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


1,301 
1.953 


23 


15 
17 




51 289 404 
225 508 635 


184 93 21 
268 98 26 


3 
4 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


3.419 
5.241 


8 
38 


31 
35 




il2 616 966 

.72 1.097 1,506 


577 431 195 
943 574 259 


5 
6 


1950. . . 


1.279 
1,877 


4 
22 


15 

161 


! 


48 285 393 
216 498 598 


182 92 21 
254 95 26 


7 




2,140 
3,364 


16 


ia 

18 


i 


04 331 573 
256 599 908 


395 339 174 
689 479 233 


s 


1950. . . 


9 
10 


Land In multiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


601 ,763 
673,079 


173 
4.215 


40,05 
30,25 


r 27,134 65,153 119,532 
3 33.679 101,619 168,333 


111,257 166,379 72,078 
138,662 130,123 66,189 


11 




536,817 
554.307 


163 
1,875 


37,341 
26,09 


i 23,919 55,713 100,031 
2 27,842 85.064 134.961 


97,760 156,023 65,860 
108,590 111,272 58,611 


12 


1950. . . 


u 




64,946 

118,772 


10 
2.340 


2,701 
4,16 


3,215 9.441 
5,837 16.55 


3 19,501 
> 33,372 


13.497 10,356 6,218 
30,072 18,851 7,578 


14 


1950. . . 


15 




116.308 
157,075 




1,91 
2,20 


3 3, 
i 5, 


>96 11,37 
.68 19,93 


t 28,672 
3 43,716 


24,948 28,37 
37,027 29,15 


' 17,319 
. 19,463 


16 


1949. . . 


17 

u 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


1.274 
1.870 






14 
14. 




46 28< 
a7 491 


402 
628 


182 91 
266 9 


J 21 
! 25 


19 

20 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


2,748 

4.257 






191 
18< 


3 


222 51 
!34 88 


820 
1.342 


486 351 
799 48 


3 159 
i 221 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


50,861 
69.596 






1,20 
1,12 


2. 
> 2. 


)53 6.50 
'18 9,73 


) 15,132 

20.393 


11,27 
16, a 


10,09 
3 12,68 


> 4,597 
5 6,624 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


555,137 
1,329,039 






12,39< 
22,761 


3 23, 
53, 


73 65,34 
W0 183.71 


t 156.625 
396,678 


117,78< 
307.26 


123.66 
228,17 


> 55.939 
3 137,145 


25 

26 


1949. . . 


1,200 
1,832 






10 
12. 




37 27 

'■ 48 


397 
3 625 


17 
2* 


8 
> 9 


3 21 
i 24 


27 
28 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


2.525 

4,078 






ia 

14. 




77 42 
96 80 


> 733 
1.267 


48 
81 


39 
52 


194 
235 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


35,248 
58,789 






52] 

77 


2, 


42 3.35 
35 7,39 


8.500 
16.634 


7,76 
14,44 


8,23 
10,92 


5,732 
6,474 


31 
12 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


20.221 
28,291 






27 
34 




>24 1,82 
(08 3.35 


4.651 
7.889 


4,48 
6,95 


5,10 
5,291 


3.259 
3 3.552 


13 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 
























13 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


























acres 1954... 
1949... 
























Ml 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 
























41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


48 
132 










2 
14 3 


23 
41 


11 
2 


1 


1 


43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954 

1949... 


59 

171 










; 1 
17 4- 


25 
46 


1 
3 


2 


2 


-5 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


123 
310 










2 1 
16 5" 


49 
64 


4' 
7< 


7 


10 


48 


pounds 1954.. . 
1949... 


48,584 
161,785 






75C 
2,59 


3, 


05 1.92 
54 22,85 


24.101 
27.093 


20.72C 

46,74* 


88 

49,04 


10.000 


49 

50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,005 
1.745 




10 


10* 
14 


1 


09 22f 
99 46] 


310 


15' 
241 


81 
9C 


19 
23 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


2,991 
6,087 




17 


17 
27. 


t 


30 50. 

40 1.24. 


840 
1.897 


53C 
1,17! 


45< 
68' 


254 
358 


53 


l-andlord- tenant oprrationw containing nuitiplr units: 


4,516 
6,891 

669,147 
751 .178 
568,968 
649,156 

100,179 
102,022 

366 
628 


9 

■>. 

183 
4.773 

183 
2,501 

2.272 

1 
10 


54. 
461 

63.19C 

33.57* 
61.82C 
31,066 

1 , 371 
2.506 

46 

a 


29, 6 
39, * 
26, ( 
36. S 

3. 

2.. 


72 75. 

80 1 , 1,2 

03 75.29' 
48 114.18' 

57 105,05! 

83 5.98; 

91 9.13: 

39 61 
55 13< 


1,140 
1.903 

125,330 
190,556 
111.452 
167,829 

13.878 
22,727 

91 
194 


715 

1,316 

117,576 
153.61" 
95,19; 
130,811 

22,385 
22,806 

55 

105 


65' 
78' 

179,93* 
140.53* 
145,28; 

110,206 

34,65* 
30,326 

45 
5C 


327 
356 

77,827 


54 
55 


1950... 
Land in all subunlts including 


56 

57 

56 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Rented by operator of multiple 


74,489 
59,103 
64,729 

18,724 
9,760 

18 
20 


6C 
61 


1950... 
Subunlts not included In multiple 


62 


1950... 


63 
M 


number 1954... 
1950... 


1,097 

1,650 

423 

803 

674 
847 


1 
23 

17 


22? 

u: 

36 
56 

193 

5; 

23,133 
3,315 


1 

2.6 

5,' 


60 137 
08 324 
26 5? 
69 14C 

7fi 
39 I84 

69 10.146 
69 12,568 


174 
397 
88 
208 

86 
189 

5,798 
22,223 


138 
373 
67 
172 

71 

6,321 
14,955 


226 
215 
13C 
12C 

96 
95 

13,558 

10,411 


132 
97 

17 
30 

115 
67 

5.749 
8,300 


61 
67 


1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers 


68 

69 


1950. . . 
Land in subunlts not Included 


70 


1950. . . 


78!os 


• 


5 


58 



98 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTEPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Multiple-unit opera 



Subunits In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954 . 

1950. 



Land in multiple-unit operations. 



Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harveBted multiple 



Tobacco harvested multiple unit 

subunlt 



Peanuts harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple 



Landlord- tenant operations containing nultiple units: 

All subunits Including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in all subunits including 

home farm acres 1954., 

1950., 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954., 
1950. 
Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. 

1950. 
Subunits not Included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in subunits not Included 
In multiple units acres 1954. 



1950. 



1,252,229 

1,563,253 

966,035 

1,235,616 



::■ 



949 



14,998 

840 
12,742 

109 
2,256 



1,664 
32,753 

1,664 
31,452 



47,086 

90.226 
42,476 
78.619 



56,885 
14,913 
49,330 



2,554 
4,074 
1,293 



75,912 

151.916 
60,511 
133,730 



175.849 
203,518 
120,877 
156,979 



282,965 
311 ,017 
207,694 
231,351 



349,911 
378,494 
274,278 
278,110 



ALABAMA 



99 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 7a 






Acres of cropland harvested 




Total 


20 acres 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 






2,199 
3.067 


12 81 

24 71 


99 
128 


280 
426 


707 

1,114 


660 
915 


325 
344 


35 


2 


1950... 


45 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


5.812 
8.299 


24 162 
51 143 


205 
264 


587 
875 


1.562 
2,459 


1.748 
2,513 


1,270 
1,583 


254 
411 


5 




2,160 
2,832 


12 80 
22 69 


97 
123 


278 

406 


1,021 


644 
838 


319 

308 


34 


6 


1950... 


45 


. 




3,652 
5,467 


12 82 
29 74 


108 
141 


309 
469 


866 
1,438 


1.104 
1,675 


951 
1,275 


220 


8 


1950. . . 


366 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations. . ..total acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


935.255 2. 
1.112,509 6,C 


31 11 ,110 
54 17,435 


19,902 
20,830 


45,225 
74.399 


187,706 
251,292 


289,174 
364,379 


279,681 
282,393 


100,126 
95.727 


u 




743.567 1, 
823,619 4, 


50 9,359 
55 16,067 


16,523 
16,993 


34.009 
55.743 


143,615 
181,939 


228,964 
272,271 


225,237 
202,326 


84,510 


12 


1950. . . 


73,925 


13 

14 


1950. . . 


191,688 < 
288,890 1, 


181 1,751 
99 1,368 


3,379 
3,837 


11,216 
18,656 


44,091 
69,353 


60,210 
92,108 


54,444 
80,067 


15,616 
21,802 


15 


1949... 


274.544 
356,114 


958 

818 


2,446 
3,191 


11,061 
16,856 


50,431 
79,900 


91,352 
125.725 


93.285 
98,716 


25,011 
30,908 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


2,109 
2,950 


63 
56 


88 
119 


266 
408 


697 
1.090 


637 
894 


323 
339 


35 
44 


.i 
J' 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


4,344 
6,624 


73 
65 


106 
149 


381 
600 


1,157 
2,022 


1,357 
2,108 


1,044 
1.330 


226 
350 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


107,278 
127,320 


442 
442 


1,189 
1,459 


5,335 
7,529 


22,549 
31,735 


34,887 
44,981 


33 .969 
31.766 


8,907 
9,408 


2 3 
24 


busbels 1954... 
1949. . . 


1,416,772 
1.819.356 


5,170 
6.712 


14.600 
19.810 


67,885 
98,749 


283.258 
445.880 


453,203 
618,320 


476.814 
486,219 


115.842 
143,666 


'25 

26 


1949... 


2.067 
2,601 


54 
26 


88 
85 


254 
333 


680 
967 


636 
822 


3a 

324 


34 
44 


27 

28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


4,135 
5.424 


60 
28 


103 
98 


321 
420 


1,035 
1,548 


1,313 
1.753 


1,071 
1.216 


232 
361 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


53.703 
66,897 


289 
122 


602 
577 


2,436 
3,007 


10.128 
14.827 


17,092 
21,651 


18,054 
19,382 


5,102 
7,331 


31 
12 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


35.759 

26.131 


180 
59 


389 
444 


1,586 

1,131 


6,706 
5,304 


11,263 
8,158 


12,231 

7,995 


3.404 

3.040 


34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 




1 


1 


5 

1 


8 

7 


5 
2 


1 


1 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


u 


1 


1 


7 
1 


12 
9 


9 

2 


2 


1 


38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


in 
63 


1 


5 


19 
2 


30 
25 


42 

a 


28 


14 


39 
40 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


117,550 
49,444 


600 


4,000 


18,400 
3,200 


32,450 
22,440 


42,100 
8,200 


15,604 


20,000 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949. . . 


1,891 
2.688 


30 
18 


60 
76 


225 

329 


628 
1,024 


608 
877 


)08 
325 


32 

39 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 


3.711 
5,857 


30 
20 


67 
85 


259 
410 


910 
1,720 


1,224 
1,956 


1.013 
1,335 


208 
331 


46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


52.394 
99.442 


142 
105 


363 
604 


1,937 
3,687 


9,029 
21,322 


17,690 
36.324 


18,977 
29,836 


4,256 
7,564 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


28.180,562 
.12,502,164 


68,748 


165.509 
516,678 


1.083.527 
3,048.659 


4,596,581 
16,831,051 


9,625,934 
30,483,985 


10,650.709 
24,978.281 


1,989,554 
6,535,927 


49 

••• 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


1,782 
2,709 


1 56 
14 49 


78 
107 


220 
369 


572 
995 


541 
823 


282 
307 


32 

45 


51 
52 


number 1954. .. 
1950... 


6,454 
10,931 


87 
81 


148 
214 


499 
878 


1,553 
3,006 


1,904 
3,488 


1,788 
2,463 


471 
778 


53 


1 >ii|.ll»r.l Ir.uinl . . 1 1 , t 1 . 1 . 1 D 1 D * • i,ll>|l' Unit*: 


7.416 
11.032 

1.034.126 2, 

1,306.032 9, 

844.394 2, 

1,102,005 8, 

189,732 
204,027 

711 
1.148 


i. 216 
72 234 

96 14,335 
51 20,718 
89 12,299 
140 19,661 

07 2,036 
.11 1,057 

5 36 

7 31 


272 
357 

22,665 
25,029 
20,670 
23.457 

1.995 
1,572 

36 
59 


745 
1,185 

56,449 
97,676 
49,636 
87,134 

6,813 
10,542 

84 
158 


1.933 
3,086 

209.497 
287,926 
174.407 
238,482 

35,090 
49,444 

206 
330 


2,112 
3.382 

310,847 
437,767 
2U. 136 
356,783 

69,711 
80,984 

196 
343 


1,613 
2,149 

307,356 
321.812 
244.235 
274.273 

63.121 
47,539 

125 
182 


494 


54 
55 


1950... 
Land in all subunits including 


567 
110,081 


56 
57 
58 
59 


1950. . . 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950... 
Rented by operator of multiple 


106,053 
99.222 
93,375 

10,859 


6 
61 


1950... 
Subunits not Included In multiple 


12,678 
23 


62 


1950... 


38 


63 
64 


number 1954... 
1950... 


1.604 

2,733 

894 

1,412 

710 
1,321 

98,871 
193,523 2, 


7 54 
21 91 

3 31 
14 

4 23 
16 77 

>65 3.225 
S97 3,283 


67 
93 
19 
35 

48 
58 

2.763 

4,199 


158 
310 

89 
140 

69 
170 

11,224 
23,277 


371 
627 
224 
320 

147 
307 

21,791 
36,634 


364 
869 
213 
459 

151 
410 

21,673 
73.388 


343 
566 
192 
351 

151 
215 

27,675 
39,419 


240 
156 
123 




1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


88 
117 


..» 


1950... 
Land in subunits not Included 


68 
9,955 


70 


1950... 


10,326 



100 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





[For definitions and explanations, see text) 




Area 7b 




Total 




Acres of cropland harvested 




Under 
None 20 acre 


8 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 


1 

2 


1950... 


174 
221 


"7 


• 


24 
35 


40 
63 


36 

47 


21 
23 


12 
7 




3 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


424 
531 


15 


' 


49 

75 


94 
138 


91 


62 

80 


45 
26 




5 
6 


1950... 


172 
215 


7 


4 


23 
34 


40 
62 


36 

44 


21 
23 


12 
7 




7 
8 


1950. . . 


252 

316 


8 


41 


26 

41 


54 
76 


55 

74 


41 
57 


33 

19 




9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


120.860 
125.935 


9,C 
2,727 30,; 


59 

71 


8,100 
9,923 


22,822 
18,935 


15,790 
26,679 


45,568 

24,554 


19,521 
12,846 




11 




116,017 
118,933 


8, 3 
2,365 29. f 


-: 
1 


7,764 
9.183 


21,970 
17,296 


14.029 
24.724 


44,390 
23.528 


18,896 

12,227 




12 


1950. . . 




13 




4,843 
7,002 


362 e 


11 


336 

740 


852 
1,639 


1.161 
1,955 


1.178 
1,026 


625 

619 




14 


1950. . . 




15 




10.800 

12.140 


I 


'4 

■ 


574 
875 


1,594 
2,425 


2,389 
3,270 


2,922 
3,051 


2,847 
2,013 




16 


1949. . . 




17 
18 


Com harvested for 

1949... 


168 
208 




i 
38 


23 

34 


40 
59 


36 
47 


21 
23 


12 

7 




19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


334 

417 




54 
( 


41 
60 


73 
105 


73 
107 


56 
65 


37 
24 




21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


6,015 
7.213 


::: ! 


62 


375 
539 


1,027 
1,413 


1,415 
1,962 


1,555 
1,566 


1.354 
1.371 




23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


96,899 
120,043 


4, 
5, 


99 

■ 


6,091 
8,380 


14,496 
23,219 


21.630 
31,706 


26,058 
31.372 


24.025 
20,261 




25 

26 


1949... 


149 

171 




27 
21 


22 
27 


32 
53 


35 

41 


21 
23 


12 
b 




27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


279 
299 




32 

25 


33 

40 


56 

84 


66 

74 


54 
59 


36 
17 




29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


2,142 
2,497 




10 
69 


138 
161 


290 
528 


546 
697 


520 

730 


538 
312 




31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


1,356 
1,278 




58 
34 


79 
78 


169 
249 


299 
335 


371 
403 


380 
179 




33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 






















35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 






















37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 






















39 
40 


pounds 1954 .. . 
1949... 






















41 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 


12 
24 




4 
3 


6 


7 


2 

7 


2 






42 


1949... 




43 

44 


subunit6 reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


13 
26 




4 
3 


7 


5 
7 


2 

8 


2 






45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


19 
32 




6 

4 


"l 


6 

14 


5 
9 


2 






47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


5,101 
12,900 


3. 

1. 


,55 
>60 


1,390 


7,100 


600 
2,150 


350 


600 




49 

50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


142 
189 


4 


32 
33 


20 
34 


34 
52 


27 
44 


18 
16 


11 
6 




51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


339 
597 


11 


47 

29 


40 
68 


83 

127 


62 
145 


71 
71 


36 

46 




53 
54 
55 


Landlord -tenant operations containing Multiple units 

1950. . . 

Land in all subunits including 


645 
875 

126,270 

147,671 
111,607 
124,499 

14,663 
23.172 

76 
102 


22 

11. 

2.991 42. 

7, 

2,991 42, 

3. 
3 


32 
164 

315 

■--, 
01 
,85 

,14 
,19 

15 


74 
121 

8.313 
10,913 
7,407 
9.011 

906 

1,902 

10 
16 


161 
203 

23,792 
22,481 
22,725 
21,160 

1,067 
1,321 

24 
28 


114 
171 

17.085 
27,731 
14,794 
19.581 

2,291 
3,1! 

13 
24 


86 
142 

45.943 
25,999 
44,889 
17,832 

1,054 
8,167 

13 
12 


78 
52 

20,122 
14,652 
14,191 
11,439 

5,931 
3,213 

5 

4 




56 
57 
58 
59 


1950. . . 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 

Rented by operator of multiple 




61 


1950. . . 
Subunits not included in multiple 




62 


1950... 




63 
64 


number 1954, . . 
1950. . . 


221 
344 
84 
115 

137 
229 

5.410 
21,736 


7 

7 

1, 

264 12, 


49 
85 
9 
18 

4C 
67 

•' 
633 


25 

46 
15 
12 

10 
34 

213 
990 


67 
65 
32 
29 

35 
36 

970 
3,546 


23 
53 

8 
20 

15 
33 

1,295 


24 
62 

11 
31 

13 
31 

375 

1.445 


33 
26 
9 
5 

24 
21 

601 

1.806 




67 


1950. . . 
Other tenants, not croppers 




68 
69 


1950... 
Land in subunits not Included 




70 


1950... 


1, 


352 





ALABAMA 



101 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





(For definitions and explanations, see text ) 






Areas 8 and 


D 










Total 


Acres of cropland harvested 




None 


Under 
20 acreB 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


48 
118 


'"4 


9 
15 


11 


8 

20 


11 
31 


9 
22 


8 
13 


3 
2 


3 
4 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


117 
293 


9 


18 
30 


22 


16 

41 


28 
69 


24 
60 


20 
47 


11 

15 


5 




114 


3 


9 


11 


8 

19 


11 


8 
20 


8 
13 




6 


1950... 


2 


7 




70 


6 


15 


"ii 


8 
22 


17 
38 


40 


12 
34 




8 


1950. . . 


13 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations. ...total acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


28,196 

43,271 


249 


797 
5,498 


444 


1 ,182 
2.385 


8.339 
9.258 


3.951 
13,976 


6,733 
8.319 


7,194 
3,142 


11 
12 


1950. . . 


24,736 
35,475 


117 


656 
5,116 


287 


869 
1.558 


7.931 
7,568 


3,236 
11,984 


5,424 
6,027 


6,620 

2.818 


13 




3.460 
7,7% 


132 


141 
382 


157 


313 
827 


408 
1,690 


715 
1,992 


1.309 
2,292 


574 
324 


14 


1950... 


15 




8.169 
12.276 




101 
188 


253 


309 
726 


843 
2.104 


1.227 
2.955 


2,758 
4,524 


2,931 
1.526 


16 


1949... 


17 
16 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


46 
103 




13 


8 


8 
19 


11 
31 


9 
19 


8 
11 


3 
2 


19 
20 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


193 




8 
14 


"n 


10 
27 


22 

49 


16 

41 


16 
36 


10 
13 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.094 




77 
109 


95 


210 
384 


501 
1,096 


561 
1,308 


1.280 
1,294 : 


465 
441 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


71,426 
103,245 




1.945 
1,770 


1,660 


5.275 
6.984 


12.622 
20,621 


15.574 
26,430 


22,060 
32,680 


13.950 
13,100 


25 
26 


1949... 


32 

84 




2 
5 


"■:■ 


6 
17 


8 
23 


7 
18 


6 
12 


3 
2 


27 
23 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


61 
155 




2 

6 


11 


9 
23 


15 
38 


13 
37 


13 
37 


9 
3 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


1.067 
2,282 




39 


51 


57 

154 


129 
377 


141 
766 


498 
829 


236 

66 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


965 
1.409 




. 


17 


•• 
■ 1 


109 


149 


445 
620 


202 
38 


13 

34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 




















35 
36 


subunita reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 




















37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 




















19 

- 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 




















41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


.■■-' 




' 3 










■; 




43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


11 








",' 


3 


1 
9 


n 




45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


233 

....■ 




12 


" 


27 


. 


8 


205 
273 




48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


103,800 
312,470 




15,740 


8,500 


21,630 


2,800 
15,900 


6,000 
54,600 


95,000 
196,100 




49 

50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


27 
77 




3 

11 


'■; 


. 


It, 


4 
11 


4 
9 


3 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


64 
201 




3 


11 


28 


14 
66 


8 


15 
37 


14 


53 


Landlord-tenant operation* rootainine aultiplr unit*: 


362 

28,873 
45,282 
27.493 
40.806 

1.380 

11 
32 


9 

249 
249 


- 
41 

797 
6.132 

797 
6,097 

3 


483 
483 

5 


46 

1,459 
2,583 
1,394 
2,518 

65 


87 

8,543 
9.349 
8.238 
7,002 

305 

2.347 


74 

4,001 
14.397 

3.836 
13,755 

642 

7 


21 
54 

6,793 
8.729 
5.948 
7.342 

845 

1.387 

1 
4 


14 


54 
55 


1950. . . 
Land in all subunlts Including 


24 
7,280 


56 
57 

58 
59 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit. .acres 1954... 

1950... 
Rented by operator of multiple 


3,360 
7,280 
3.360 


60 
61 


1950. . . 
Subunlts not Included in multiple 


1 


62 


1950... 


1 


64 

* - 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


24 
69 
8 
26 

16 
43 

677 
2,011 




11 

1 

10 
634 


•j 
1 

' fi 


5 

277 
198 


12 
18 

;- 

204 

91 


1. 
14 

4 

8 

50 
421 


1 

7 

60 

410 


3 
9 


66 

67 


1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


9 
3 


68 


1950... 
Land in subunlts not Included 


86 


70 


1950... 


218 



102 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 







The State 












Number of 


lubunlts 


























(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total 




















2 


3 


* 


5 to 9 


10 to 19 


20 and over 


] 




9,720 


6,498 


1,711 


673 


700 


3 


12 26 


2 


1950. . . 


12,660 


8,530 


2,165 


847 


922 


1 


07 29 


3 


Subunlte in multiple-unit 




















27,269 


12,996 


5,133 


2,692 


4,270 


1,' 


19 759 


4 


1950. . . 


35.487 


17,060 


6,495 


3,388 


5,593 


2,C 


94 857 






9,510 

11,944 


6,361 
8,078 


1,673 
2,031 


655 

788 


684 
866 


1 
1 


11 26 


i, 


1950. . . 


54 27 


7 




17,759 


6.635 


3,460 


2,037 


3,586 


i,: 


08 733 


8 


1950... 


23.543 


8,982 


4,464 


2,600 


4,727 


i, c 


40 830 


9 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 


4,317,469 


1,784,002 


832,015 


526, 414 


792,381 


231, 1 


51 150,806 


10 


1950. . . 


4,803,052 


1,933,548 


859,542 


558,799 


981,970 


337,. 


99 131,894 






3,715,869 
3.935,038 


1,541,991 
1,595,680 


709,622 
691,598 


456,679 
460,442 


683,882 
805,762 


193,3 
270, 


65 130,530 


12 


1950. . . 


79 110,977 






601,600 
868,014 


242,011 
337,868 


122,393 
167,944 


69,735 
98,357 


108,499 
176.208 


38, < 
66,' 


86 20,276 


w 


1950. . . 


20 20,917 


1 , l 




1,073,611 
1,285,188 


454,477 
540,832 


215,227 
245 ,066 


119,524 
141,490 


191,250 
234.688 


63, 
89,. 


58 29,575 


16 


1949... 


86 33,726 


17 


Corn harvested for 




















9,331 


6,179 


1,667 


661 


687 


] 


11 26 


18 


1949. . . 


12,004 


8.000 


2,093 


828 


890 




64 29 


19 


subunits reporting 1954... 


20,592 


9,781 


3,963 


2,073 


3,238 




37 600 


a 


1949... 


27,465 


13,172 


5,076 


2,677 


4,331 


1, 


25 684 


21 


acres 1954... 


419,412 


195,981 


84.438 


43,626 


66,819 


19, 


54 9,194 


22 


1949. . . 


453,976 


204,806 


88,484 


48,459 


75, ao 


26, 


85 10,132 


23 


bushels 1954... 


5,221,828 


2,445,039 


1,089,840 


512,743 


824,643 


224, 


89 124,774 


2/ 


1949. . . 


8,123,895 


3,657,337 


1,556,480 


892,8a 


1,356,133 


489, < 


73 171,131 


25 




9.037 


5 . 87 


1,669 


664 


697 




11 26 


26 


1949... 


11,551 


7,578 


2,064 


819 


895 


] 


Ob 29 


27 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 


20,764 


8,783 


3,946 


2,213 


3.755 


1. 


23 744 


28 


1949. . . 


26,931 


12 ,078 


4,911 


2,706 


4,607 


1, 


35 794 


29 


acres 1954... 


302,3a 


115.322 


59,015 


33,737 


59,732 


24, 


32 10 ,103 


30 


1949... 


440,728 


173.768 


82,702 


49,899 


83.755 


36, 


96 13,708 


31 


bales 1954... 


185.316 


71,223 


36,579 


20,616 


36,400 


14, 


99 5 ,999 


32 


1949... 


217.489 


80,131 


41.604 


24,199 


42,318 


20, 


>68 8,569 


33 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


22 


16 


3 


2 


1 






34 


1949. . . 


17 


9 


6 


2 








35 


subunits reporting 1954... 


32 


19 


7 


5 


1 






36 


1949... 


20 


10 


8 


2 








37 


acres 1954... 


112 


59 


17 


22 


14 






38 


1949... 


80 


26 


47 


7 








39 




118,050 


63,850 


18,600 


15,600 


20,000 






... 


1949. . . 


71,987 


24,867 


36,844 


10,276 








41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




















2,189 


1,406 


427 


186 


153 




14 3 


42 


1949... 


3.247 


2,091 


619 


..■ 


274 




27 7 


,< 


subunits reporting 1954... 


4.178 


1.922 


891 


547 


668 




04 46 


44 


1949. . . 


6,697 


3.109 


1,338 


672 


1,233 




50 95 


45 


acres 1954... 


54,037 


23,758 


11,847 


7,918 


8,832 


1, 


38 444 


46 


1949. . . 


102,503 


44.324 


21,898 


11.061 


20,205 


3, 


17 1,298 


47 


pounds 1954... 


28,795,663 


13.056,036 


6.171,443 


3.965,233 


4,785,239 


585, 


97 232,215 


48 


1949... 


84,096,737 


36,523,869 


17,824,499 


9,091,846 


16,690,303 


2,953, 


32 1,012,788 


49 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


7,327 


4.648 


1,380 


565 


608 




01 25 


50 


1950... 


10,688 


7,057 


1,872 


753 


833 




46 27 


51 


number 1954... 


24.755 


11,203 


4.760 


2,742 


4,217 


1, 


01 732 


52 


1950... 
Landlord-tenant operations containing nultiple unit*: 


41,550 


19,623 


7.581 


4,278 


6,920 


2, 


03 945 






36.733 

50,058 


16,809 


7,023 


3,916 


6,138 


1. 


74 1,073 


54 


1950... 


23,315 


9,091 


5,122 


8.425 


2, 


27 1,178 


55 


Land in all subunits Including 




















4,817,123 
5.599,331 


1,965,062 
2,250,184 


955,490 
1,000,411 


589,232 

650,321 


889,697 

1,158,202 


254, 
389, 


23 163,219 


56 


1950... 


60 150,253 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


3,810,079 


1,571,663 


744.731 


469,012 


694,875 


193, 


90 136,608 


58 


1950... 


4,548,286 


1,835,022 


802,372 


528,258 


934.752 


317, 


98 130,684 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 




















1,007,044 
1.051,045 


393,399 

415,162 


210,759 
198 ,039 


120,220 
122,063 


194,822 

223,450 


61, 
72, 


33 26,611 


60 


1950... 


62 19,569 


61 


Subunits not Included in 




















3,166 


1,829 


617 


279 


354 




66 21 


62 


1950. . . 


4,603 


2,699 


863 


* 18 


497 




13 23 


63 


number 1954... 


9,464 


3,813 


1,890 


1,224 


1,868 




55 314 


64 


1950... 


14.571 


6.255 


2,596 


1,734 


2,832 




33 321 


65 
66 


Share number 1954 


4.385 
6.290 


1,886 
2,782 


953 
1,137 


544 
662 


704 
1,160 




79 119 


1950... 


89 160 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 




















5,079 
8,281 


1,927 
3,473 


937 

1,459 


680 
1,072 


1,164 
1,672 




76 195 


68 


1950. . . 


44 161 


69 


Land in subunits not included 




















499,654 
796,279 


181,060 
316,636 


123,475 
140,869 


62,818 
91 , 522 


97,316 
176,232 


22, 
52, 


72 12, a3 


70 


1950... 


61 18,359 



ALABAMA 103 

Economic Area Table 5.^V1ULTIPLEUN1T OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



iltiple-oait operations number 

Subunits In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home faros. ■ .number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
195C. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



19)49. 
195*. 
19*9. 
195*. 
19*9. 
1954. 
19*9. 

195*. 

1949. 
195*. 
1949. 
195*. 
. >*9. 

195*. 

1*9. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules... .multiple units reporting 
number 



L95*. 
1951 . 
L95*. 

. <■■ . 



landlord. len.ol operations co.t....o« .oil. pie uit 
All subunits Including home farm number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunits not Included 
In multiple unite acres 



6,068 

6,258 

1,955 

1.957 

- 

4,301 

648,797 
581,667 
535,157 
454,763 
113,640 
126,904 



1,888 
1.903 
4,189 
4,241 
96.222 
74.657 
1,060,858 
1,504.580 

1,933 
2.017 
5.158 
5.543 
108.872 
147.888 
62.208 
83.370 



1.256 
1,548 
3.372 
5.920 



Number of subunits 



2.438 
2,532 
1,187 
1,201 
1,251 
1.331 

242,323 
209.566 

204,448 
165.290 
37.875 
44,276 



1.129 
1.146 
1.765 
1,838 
38,571 
29.584 
403.978 
557,976 

1,225 
1.908 
2,153 
38,456 
49.999 
21,217 
25.841 



833 

148,205 
112,084 
125,751 
87,297 
22,454 
24,787 



20,724 
15,483 
246,308 
320,988 

397 
398 
1.007 
1,064 
21.973 
29.338 
12.586 
17,070 



470 

65.991 
64,206 
53,601 
50.699 
12,390 
13,507 



10.400 

7,682 

104,240 

167,964 



11,189 
16.789 
6,420 
9.393 



964 

119,068 
117,672 
94.879 
90.377 
24.189 
27,295 



17.560 
13.470 
203.840 
264.231 

186 
189 
1.046 
1,046 
22,222 
29,073 
12.976 
. 



58,494 
58,391 
44,578 



7,414 

5,780 

81,996 

132,910 



12,771 
16,304 
7,576 
9,674 



104 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-JV1ULTIPLEUN1T OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunlts 



Mmltiale-uit operations number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . . 

1950... 

Home farms number 1954... 

1950... 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in multiple-unit operations .... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950. . . 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949... 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple unite reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bales 1954... 

1949... 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units 



sporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Subunlts not included in 

multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Land in subunlts not Included 

In multiple units acres 1954... 

1950. . . 



3,300 
4,134 
1.337 
1,653 
1,963 
2,481 

277,800 
299,282 
213,366 
221,204 
64,434 
78,078 



1.350 
1,661 
2,612 
3,243 
54,659 
43,135 
775,567 
1,024,267 

1,287 
1,690 
2,401 
3.366 
24,629 
44,136 
18,322 
21,603 



1.478 
2.533 
4.595 



169,824 
170,372 
133,132 
128,924 
36.692 
41.448 



1,038 
1,286 
1,687 
2,147 
34,423 
27,006 
489,654 
664,617 

981 
1,311 
1.488 
2,197 
14,071 
26,918 
10.457 
12,903 



1.147 
1,560 
3.062 



485 

57,492 
53,365 
43.851 
37,994 
13.641 
15,371 



10,862 

7,928 

155,945 

177,842 



4.925 
7,807 
3.687 
4.015 



259 

19,339 
40.347 
13.191 
29.845 
6.148 
10,502 

8,083 



3,882 
4.082 
54,211 
93.531 



2,429 
4,341 
1,832 
2,217 



290 

29.755 
34,164 

22,071 
23.657 
7.684 
10 , 507 



3,128 
4,956 
2,295 

2,400 



1,390 
1,034 

1,121 



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(For definitions and explanations, aee text) 



iltiple-anil operations number 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950., 

1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950., 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



L9S*. 
1949. 
195*. 

195*. 

1949. 

195*. 

1949. 

»., 
1949. 
'■„. 
1.9*9. 
199*. 

L95*. 
; >49. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules.. . .multiple units reporting 
number 



195*. 
1990. 
195*. 

. I! . 



landlord-tenant operations containing anlliple nnit 

All subunlts Including home form number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 
Rented by operator of multiple 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenanta, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunlts not Included 
in multiple units acres 



Areas 3 and A 



2**. 158 

244.942 
202.289 
186,033 
42.069 
58,909 



639 
856 
1.272 
1.768 
17.900 
31.510 
13,175 



Number of subunlts 



723 

130,668 
128,521 

102,236 
20,124 
26,285 



649 

8*0 
1.052 
15.231 
15.333 

315,771 

457 



8.132 
15.593 
5,834 
6,790 



313 

50,486 
48,904 
40,636 
36,269 
9.850 
12.635 



6.359 

6,210 

94,793 

113,585 



4,630 
6,361 

2,721 



133 

18.476 
24,030 
15.9*0 
17,767 
2.536 
6.263 



1.741 
2.837 
25.936 
57,053 



25,800 
26,726 
19.323 
18,043 



3,627 
2,802 
54.520 
61.110 



2.706 
3.295 
2.062 
1.738 



3.033 
11.703 
48.446 



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Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



iltiple-imit operations number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operations , total number 1954 . . . 

1950... 

Home farms number 1954. . . 

1950... 

Cropper farms number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950. . . 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949... 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bales 1954. . . 

1949. . . 



B ba 



harvested multlpl 



reporting 1954. . 
1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

pie units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 



Landlord- tenant operations contaioiag aultiple unita: 

All subunlts Including home farm number 1954... 

1950... 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 
Rented by operator of multiple 



Subunlts not Included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Share tenants number 1954... 

1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Land In subunlts not included 

In multiple units acres 1954... 

1950... 



Areas 4 and 



149, 18! 
410,433 
302,213 
337. 7S2 

47,1 72 
72,651 



1.342 
1.874 
15.867 
26,614 



Number of subunlts 



750 

154,661 

133.276 
159.547 
21,385 
32,330 



677 
763 
1,116 
12,283 
16,696 
159,010 
259.793 

424 



6,292 

11,376 
3,741 
4,659 



60,35? 
79,954 
51,368 
64,483 
8,985 
15,471 



4,864 

7.397 

63,121 

111,469 



38,701 
48,82 
33,957 
41,092 



2,856 
3.585 
36,816 

46,840 



2,729 
3.053 
1,818 
1,278 



58,251 

78.835 

■•■ . 1 

7,845 
12,120 



4,113 
4,660 
59,387 
72,639 



2.849 
3,873 

1,670 



130 

8,990 

31,531 
4.777 

26,529 
4.213 
5.002 



1,771 
11,755 



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Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunlte 



tltipir-onit operations number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Subunlte In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Home farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

l-.rnlnr.lt. ....... oprr.tio.. MUia<I| aaltiple ■aiU: 

all subunlts including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple unit 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 
Rented by operator of multiple 



Subunlts not Included in 

multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land In subunlts not Included 

In multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



1,443 

269.554 
276,786 

228.325 
28,540 
48,461 



919 
1,326 
1,500 
2.234 
25.787 
32.571 
265.591 
601,118 

846 
1,285 
1,238 
2.031 
14.547 
26.220 

11.652 



1,232 

3,271 



591 

142,581 
133.602 
129,880 
112,061 
12.701 
21,541 



10,303 

110,647 
229,827 



7,144 
10,519 
4,314 
5,108 



388 

50,415 
7<S,066 
42,872 
62,085 
7.543 
13.983 



4.798 

7.387 

58.155 

161.701 



3.695 
5,973 
2.203 

3.090 



589 

100.746 
120.832 
90,025 
97,862 
10,721 
22,970 



7,614 
11.937 
81.712 
224.313 



6.210 
9.959 
3,445 
4.933 



285 

23.059 
54,757 
19,163 
43,884 
3,896 
10,873 



1.291 
4.706 
19,057 
86.355 



108 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.^V1ULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunlts 



iltiple-anit operation* number 1934... 

1950. . . 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operatione total number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Home farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954. . . 

1950... 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bales 1954... 

1949... 



Tobacco harvested multiple unlti 

subunit 



reporting 1954... 

1949... 

reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 



Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 

Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950... 

I onHI ord-i muni operations containing nultiple units: 

All subunlts including home farm number 1954... 

1950. . . 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



Subunlts not Included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Land in subunlts not Included 

in multiple units acres 1954... 

1950. . . 



1,111.055 
1,311,934 
1,041,707 
1,202.922 
69,348 
109,012 

161,919 



1,441 
4,515 



314,894 
377,970 
301,145 
355,886 
13.749 
22,084 



720 
839 
1.182 
12,453 
17,591 
131.143 
311,148 

516 



1,036 
8,867 
13,304 
4,657 



101 


:-'.->' 


293 


132 




497 




639 


1 


■ , 


2 


202 



590 

161.514 
193 , 171 
152,123 
177,611 
9,391 
15.560 



7,100 

9,969 

75,787 

173,254 



522 

127,717 
151,871 
118.853 
139,965 
8,864 
11,906 



5,760 
8,154 
59,115 

147,612 



4,709 
7.557 
2,627 
3,662 



;-"'0.--».' 

373,405 
274.523 



220 
855 
1,145 
11,849 
15,676 
115.592 
282,798 



181 
223 
1,005 
1,215 
13,231 
18,659 
7,585 
8.660 



107,969 
123,218 

99,659 

106,634 

8,310 

16,584 



6,152 
6,601 
3,387 
3,626 



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I tea 

(For definitions and explanations, Bee text) 


Area 7a 




Total 






Number of 


subunlts 


























2 


3 


4 


5 to 9 


10 to 19 


20 and over 




tklti le-m number 1954 


2.199 
3,067 


2,055 


567 


200 


123 
220 


11 
22 




2 


1950. . . 


3 


3 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 


5.812 
8.299 
2,160 
2.832 
3.652 
5.467 


2.980 
4,110 
1,464 
1.896 
1.516 
2,214 


1,203 

394 

529 

609 

1.172 


688 
600 
168 
165 
520 
615 


772 
1.336 

121 

200 

651 

1.136 


127 
272 
11 
19 
116 
253 






1950... 


80 


6 


1950... 


3 


8 


1950... 


77 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations. . ..total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


935.255 

29l!o88 
288,890 


424.911 
483.632 
345.050 
368,666 
79,861 
114,966 


186,281 
209.249 
144.336 
149,668 

59,561 


169.679 
143.441 
142,637 
110,363 
27,042 
33.078 


128,679 
226,758 

165.827 
34.519 
60,931 


21,300 
40,616 
14,988 
24,291 
6,312 
16,325 


4.405 
8,813 


12 


1950... 


4,784 


14 


1950. . . 


4.029 






274.544 
356.114 


130,842 
163.114 


57,252 
72,874 


37,242 
39.412 


40,009 
63,667 


7,180 
13,083 




16 


1949... 


3,964 


17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 


2,109 
2.950 

6,624 

107,278 

127,320 

1.416,772 

1,819,356 


1.409 
1.957 
2.133 
3.224 
52.100 
59,444 
685.116 
821,964 


395 

553 

916 

1.334 

21,926 

26,628 

303.190 

387,199 


171 

198 

532 

658 

13.503 

13.672 

159.453 

198.910 


121 

217 

605 

1,116 

15,798 

21.541 

213,890 

337.545 


11 

22 

116 

237 

2,797 

4,575 

44.100 


2 

3 
40 
55 
1.152 
1.460 
11.023 
11,984 


23 

." 
27 
26 
29 
30 
j: 

32 


1949. . . 
subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949... 


2,067 
2,601 

5,424 
53,703 
66.897 
35.759 
26,131 


1.372 
1.664 
1.931 
2.472 
23,478 
27,752 
16,104 
10,665 


394 
522 
867 
1.084 
11.064 
12,614 
7,186 
4,618 


166 

181 

528 

564 

7,486 

7,971 

4.594 

2.691 


122 

209 

630 

997 

8,960 

13,361 

6,049 

5,193 


11 

22 

119 

232 

2.266 

4,246 

1,543 

2,604 


2 
3 

40 
75 
429 
951 
283 
360 


33 
34 
IJ 
36 
J7 
jp 
19 
40 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


21 
11 

14 

111 

63 

117,550 


15 
5 
18 
6 
58 
18 
63.350 
15.800 


3 
5 

7 
7 

42 
18,600 
30.644 


2 

1 
5 

1 

15,600 
3,000 


1 

1 

14 

20, 000 








41 

42 
43 
44 
49 

•J 
47 
46 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


1,891 
2,688 
3,711 
5,857 

28,18o!562 
82,502,164 


1,230 
1.739 
1.683 
2,686 
23,014 
43,045 
12.778.622 
35.918,207 


373 

528 

801 

1,206 

11,471 

21.293 

6,030,720 

17,501,031 


159 

187 

496 

593 

7,679 

10,773 

3,872.850 

8.925,322 


118 

212 

600 

1.074 

8,593 

19,454 

4.692.248 

16,260.064 


9 

19 

i: 

227 

1 

3,645 

575,072 

2,929,912 


2 
3 

40 

71 

438 

1,232 

230,850 

967,628 


49 
JC 
51 
52 


Horses and/or mules... .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


1,782 
2,709 


2.896 
4.948 


358 

524 

1.292 

2,126 


157 

189 

887 

1.230 


115 

202 

1,109 

2.053 


11 

2; 

188 

448 


2 

3 

82 

124 




Landlord-tenant operation* rontoioiaa Multiple Bails: 


7,416 
11.032 


3,753 
5,395 


1.490 
2.201 


1,140 


939 
1,837 


144 
370 


44 
89 


5" 


1950... 


53 


Land In all subunlts Including 


1.034,126 
1,306.032 


470.627 
566.880 


201,806 
245.083 


190,604 
165.399 


143,139 
271,341 


23,256 
47,974 


4,494 
9,355 


56 


1950. . . 


5^ 
58 


Ovned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


844,394 
1,102.005 


372,917 
468,054 


167.512 
201,015 


157,234 
141.255 


119,734 
239,117 


22.896 
44,144 


4.101 
8,420 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


189,732 
204.027 


97,710 
96.826 


34,294 
44,068 


33,570 
24,144 


23,405 
32.224 


360 
3,830 




6l 


1950... 


935 


a 


Subunlts not Included In 


711 
2.733 


410 

666 

773 

1,285 


146 
235 
287 
500 


62 


61 


8 
16 
17 
98 




t,2 

63 

64 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


3 
2 
9 






894 
1,412 


418 
639 


171 
262 


189 


98 
260 


16 
85 


2 
7 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


710 

1.321 


355 
646 


116 
238 


169 
181 


69 
241 


1 

13 




61 


1950... 


2 


69 


Land In subunlts not Included 


98,871 


45,716 


15.525 
35,834 


21,125 
21,958 


14,460 
44,583 


1,956 
7,358 


89 
542 


70 


1950... 



110 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunits 



hfaltiple-anit operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954.. 
1950. , 
1954., 
1950. , 
1954., 
1950., 

1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
1950., 
1954. 
1950. , 



sted multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 

:■'-■>. 

1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number 



1954. 
L9! . 
1954. 
1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 
Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not included In 
multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included 
in multiple units acres 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



125,935 

116,017 

118,933 

4,843 

7,002 



2,142 
2.497 
1,356 

1,278 



173 

58,706 
72 , 512 
56,319 
68,551 
2,387 
3,961 



3,550 
3,871 
56,469 



77 

17,302 
23,017 
15,826 

21,230 
1,476 
1,787 



1,166 
2,235 
15,243 
31,995 



35,871 
6,320 

35.412 
5,561 



8,981 
14,255 

8,460 
13,769 



9,831 
9,822 



ALABAMA 111 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunits 



illiple-uit operations number 1954... 

1950... 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Home farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950... 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bales 1954... 

1949. . . 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954... 

1949. . . 



Horses and/or mules. 



1949 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 

.multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 



Laadlord-teaaat oprr.liooa coiliiitM ■•Itiple aa.ta: 

1950... 


Land la all subunits Including 








1950. . . 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 




1954. . . 
1950... 


Rented by operator of multiple 








1950... 



Subunits not Included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 

number 1954.. . 

1950. . . 

Share tenants number 1954, . . 

1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954... 

1950... 

Land in subunits not Included 

In multiple units acres 1954. . . 

1950. . . 



3.094 

4.727 

71,426 

103.245 



96 

18,461 
22,312 
17,063 
18,255 
1,398 
4,057 

4.492 



1,583 
2,710 
34,275 
58,120 



6,196 
5.851 
4,965 
1,950 
1,231 

2,795 



1,709 
9.907 
1.606 
8,258 



1,160 
1.160 



112 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



The State 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operation 



Croppers , 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Croppers and 
tenants other 
than share 



Kind of tenant In landlord- 



Multiplr-anit operations number 

Subunlts In multlple-unlt 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multlple-unlt operations.... total acres 

Hoae farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acreB 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
. »-'<. 
1954. 
1949. 



; 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules ... -multiple units reporting 
number 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunlts not included 
in multiple units acres 



27.269 
35.487 

9.510 
11,944 
17,759 
23,543 

4,317,469 
4,803,052 
3,715,869 
3.935.038 
601,600 
868,014 



9,037 
11,551 
20.764 
26,931 
302,341 
440,728 
185,316 



2,189 

3,247 

4,178 

6,697 

54,037 

102,503 

28,795.663 

84.096,737 

7,327 



4.603 
14! 571 



17,045 
20,651 
6,435 
7,663 
10,610 
12,986 

1,883,403 
1,900,537 
1,537,968 
1.434,249 
345,435 
466,288 

630,888 



6,338 
7,707 
13.035 
16,379 
260,058 
260.517 

4,738.552 

6,135 
7,401 
12,979 
15,901 
182,195 
253,398 



1,472 
2,028 
2,682 

34,468 
58.483 

18,1 31, 

47,926.243 

4.872 



6,748 
9,518 
1,968 
2,549 



1,896,066 

1,378,563 

1,618,659 

181,040 



, 407 



1.925 

2,598 

4,945 

7,054 

106,770 

125,697 

1.345,542 

2,257,383 



2,580 
5,165 
7,309 
80.346 
124,348 
49,004 
65.118 

3 



473 

731 

1.040 

1,799 

14,301 

30,285 

7,642,766 

25,151.988 

1,551 
2,268 
7,162 
12,277 



3.476 
5,318 
1,107 
1,732 
2,369 
3,586 

874,463 
1.006.449 
799,338 
882,130 
75,125 
124.319 



1,068 
1,699 
2,612 
4,032 
52.584 
67,762 
701,735 
1,127.960 

1.012 
1,570 
2,620 
3,721 
39,800 
62,982 
24.031 
28.617 



5,268 

2,471,009 
11,018,506 



1,957 

4,113 
4,301 

648,797 
581,667 
535,157 
454,763 
113,640 
126,904 



1,888 
1,903 
4,189 
4,241 
96,222 
74,657 
1,060,858 
1,504,580 

2,017 
5,158 
5,543 
108,872 
147.888 
62,208 



4.105 

3.914 
1.393 
1,325 
2,712 
2,589 

366,909 

313,890 
. ,.,... .-' 
240,990 
70,241 
72,900 



887,830 

1,385 
1.375 
3,569 
3,548 
72,649 
93,042 
41,563 
50,551 



1,070 
2,151 
3,540 



219,797 
207,985 
185,645 
166,919 

34.152 
41,066 



444 
991 
1,150 
23.468 
22,449 
276,282 
486,528 

426 

466 

1,231 

1,515 

26,619 



ALABAMA 



113 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UN IT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950_Cor.tir.ued 



(Par definitions and explanations, 



Kind of tenant in landlord -tenant operation 



Croppers, 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Croppers and 
tenants only 



Kind of tenant in landlord- 



Croppers, 
share , and/or 
other tenants 



itiple-anit operations number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Heme farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Land in multiple-unit operations.. . .total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Home farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954., 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

Bubunitfl reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acreo 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954,. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



Horses and/or mules . 



.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Landlord- troaal operations eoalaiaina. amlliple aaits: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Subunits not Included in 

multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not Included 

In multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



3,300 


2,217 


4,134 


2,713 


1,337 


926 


1,653 


1,136 


1,963 


1,291 


2,481 


1,577 


277,800 


161,008 


299,282 


167,453 


213.366 


120,140 


221.204 


118.326 


64,434 


40,868 


78,078 


49.127 


98.308 


66.933 


107,933 


71.447 




940 




.. 




1,788 




2,222 




37,772 


43.135 


29.748 


775,567 


535,123 


1.024,267 


706.687 




B97 




1.152 




1.663 




2.265 




16.868 




29.086 











1,041 
1,602 
3.022 



707 

105,489 
96,133 
85,463 
73,045 
20,026 
23.088 



14.460 
10,550 
208,374 
250,075 



6,560 
11.897 
4,902 

. 



197 

11,303 
35,696 
7,763 
29,833 
3,540 
5,863 



2,427 
2.837 
32,070 
67,505 



244.358 
244 ,942 
202,289 
186,033 
42,069 
58,909 





14,364 


3,646 


19,433 




500 


112 


720 


128 


1,385 


358 


2,389 


282 


2,262 




2.922 


17,105 


266,163 


41 ,666 


275,752 


,7 


226,283 


38,788 


227,055 


1,404 


39,880 


2,878 


48,697 



913 

127,905 
126.947 
102,446 
91.153 
25.459 
35,794 



610 
968 

1,208 
18,695 
18.784 
268,760 

378,910 

448 
586 
839 

. 

20,433 
8,530 
9.045 



393 

93.456 
95.793 
79,996 
77,934 
13,460 
17,859 



5.367 
8.734 
3.916 



114 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERA! IONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Areas 4 and 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operation 



Croppers , 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Croppers and 
tenants other 

than share 
tenants only 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operation 



Multiple-unit operations number 1934.. 

1950.. 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1934.. 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Land In multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Home farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bushelB 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunlts reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949. . 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

pounds 1954.. 

1949. . 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949. . 






nd/or mules ... .multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

I -andlorj- Iruaol operations containing nnltiple units: 

All subunlts Including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Rented by operator of multiple 



eporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land In subunlts not Included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



349,385 
410,433 
302,213 
337,782 
47.172 
72,651 

56,253 



707 

983 

1,573 

2,157 

24,974 

34,109 

• 10,089 

517,166 



135,962 
137,784 
24.194 
42,708 



509 

668 

1,073 

1,409 

15,204 

21,238 

203,431 

322,751 

473 
620 
910 
1,214 
10,013 
15,916 
6,050 
7,224 



333 

122,864 
125,152 
108,729 
109,640 
14,135 
15,512 



5,506 

6,117 
74,504 
92,340 



323 

66,365 
104,789 
57,522 
90,358 
8,843 
14,431 



4,264 

6,754 

5i,154 

102,07! 



- ,8B 
5,741 
1,780 
2,544 



3,419 
5,241 
1,279 

1,877 
2,140 
3,364 

601,763 

673,079 
536,817 

534.307 
64.946 
118,772 



1.274 
1,870 
2,748 
4,257 
50,861 
69.596 
555,137 
1,329,039 

1,200 
1,832 
2,525 
4,078 
35,248 
58,789 
20,221 



1,005 
1,745 
2,991 
6,087 



1,282 
1.345 
2,012 

262,480 
311.310 
224,066 
240,792 
38,414 
70,518 

66,908 



923 
1.283 
1,862 
2,733 
32,702 
41,897 
347,754 



,351 



1.250 
1,662 
2,579 
19,769 
35.123 
11,160 
II ,601 



1.213 
1.909 
3,750 



820 

223 , 501 
247,119 
207,745 
216,214 
15,756 
30.905 



11,030 
16,650 
115,508 
!08,886 



ALABAMA 



115 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNrT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LAND LORD -TEN A NT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Kind of tenant in landlord- 



Croppers, 



Croppers and 
tenants only 



tn landlord-t 



share , and/or 
other tenants 



ltiple-onit operations number 1954... 

1950... 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . . 

1950... 

Home farms number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950.., 
Hon; farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954.., 

1950. . , 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.., 

1949. . , 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954. . 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

19*9.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



Horses and/or mules. 



.multiple units reporting 1954., 

1950., 

number 1954. 

1950., 

Landlord- troaot operations containing wltiple nits: 

All subunlts Including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. 

1950. 



4.384 
5.743 
1.134 
1,445 
3,250 
4,298 

1.111,055 
1.311.934 
1 .041 ,707 
1,202,922 
69,348 
109,012 



1,072 
1.441 
3.262 
4,515 
47.816 
63.004 
503.421 

1.075 
1.389 
3,591 
4,424 
42,913 
60.115 
23.680 
29.852 



1,701 
300,354 
819,539 

1,016 
1,276 
5.402 
7,191 



279,400 
258,104 

253,855 
221 ,767 
25,545 
36.337 



553 
669 

1,396 
1.810 
17.933 
24.098 
175,219 
453.470 

550 
649 

1.515 
1,743 
16,558 
21,739 
9.105 
11,757 



461 ,003 
655,447 
433,530 
608,342 
27,473 
47,105 



347 
980 
1,528 
16,233 
22,381 
177.219 
381.030 

234 
350 
1,128 
1.574 
15,049 
22,340 



1,108 

370,652 
398,383 
354,322 
372,813 
16,330 
25,570 



425 

886 
1,177 
13,650 
16,525 
150,983 
275,734 

291 



1,107 
11,306 
16,036 

6,295 



5,812 
8,299 
2.160 
2.832 
3,652 
5,467 

935,255 
1,112,509 
743,567 
823,619 
191,688 
288,890 



2,109 

2.950 

4,344 

6,624 

107,278 

127.320 

1,416,772 

1.819,356 

2.067 
2,601 
4,135 
5.424 
53,703 
66,897 
35,759 
26,131 

21 



1,891 
2,688 
3,711 
5,857 
52,394 
99,442 
28.180,562 
82,502.164 

1,782 
2,709 
6,454 
10,931 



3,733 
4,813 
1,466 

1,794 
2,267 

3,019 

475,806 
485, 182 

360,438 
334,881 
115.368 

150,501 



1,431 
1,851 
2,801 
3,930 
67,312 
72.163 
850 .616 
1,029,601 

1,409 
1,621 
2.640 
3,126 
33,061 
35,244 
21,984 
12,859 

17 



1,299 
1,697 
2,419 
3,452 
33.482 
56,745 
18,291.908 
46.937,359 



1,189 
1.713 
3,725 
5.800 



1,643 

296,050 
391,832 
2a ,707 
293,376 
54.343 
98,456 



442 

675 

1.015 

1,734 

26,394 

36.238 

347,597 

528.839 

435 
627 
1,010 
1,583 
14,347 
23,057 
9,546 
8.623 



629 

932 

1,623 

14,039 

29,665 

7.554.5U 

24,887,325 

385 



1950.. 
number 1954., 
1950., 

Share tenants number 1954. . 

1950., 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunlts not Included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



1,148 
1,604 
2,733 



116 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UINIT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operatio 



Croppers, 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Croppers and 
tenants other 

than share 
tenants only 



In landlord-tenant operation 



share, and/or 
other tenants 



Itiple-unit operations number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Subunits In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
Home farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. . 

1949.. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949. . 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 



Tobacco harvested multiple unit 

sub unit 



reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949. . 



nits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



nd/or mules multiple 



its reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

I andlord- truant operations containing aoltiplr units: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954, 
1950. . 

Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. 

1950. 

Subunits not included in 

multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



12C ,86 
125,935 
116.017 
118,933 



7,213 
96,899 
120,043 



152 

34.510 
37,926 
31,908 
34,470 
2,602 
3,456 



3,567 
45,590 
56,301 



34,915 
59,646 
33.714 
57.999 
1,201 
1,647 



1,355 
1,707 
27,107 
32,317 



76 

51,435 
28,363 
50,395 
26,464 
1,040 



1,571 
1,939 
24,202 
31,425 



179 

28,196 
43,271 
24,736 
35,475 
3,460 
7,796 



3,094 

4,727 

71,426 

103,245 



15,229 
19,033 
12,485 



2,524 
3,333 

58,402 
74,651 



2,528 
16,959 

2,034 
15,190 



117 



< u 



< 
< 



P 




118 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrT OPERATIONS: 







Total, 


















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


selected 


Arkansas 


Ashley 


Bradley 


Calhoun 


Chicot 


Clark 


Clay 


: 




91,939 
115,841 


1,661 
1,910 


2,135 
2,622 


1,092 
1,405 


756 
971 


1,855 
2,425 


1,65 
2,10 


5 2,605 
3 3,106 


I 


1950. . . 


i 




10,955,590 


432,139 


205,308 


96,727 


75,179 


283,503 


229,24 


I 316,991 


~ 


1950... 


11,305,241 


436,275 


225,697 


109,546 


90,841 


272,816 


237,76 


D 319,372 


5 




4,565,426 


229,627 


73,332 


18,807 


14,152 


101,813 


31,24 


L 165,941 


6 


1949. . . 


4,615,727 


206,053 


80,926 


32,195 


24,259 


102,842 


48,89 


2 159,727 


7 




37,051 


312 


900 


516 


410 


728 


59 


J 1,482 


B 


1949... 


63,066 


921 


1,385 


1,006 


614 


1,329 


1,13 


2,166 


9 


acres 1954... 


466,481 


2,644 


7,985 


4,168 


4,154 


7,450 


8,95 


6 22,553 


10 


1949... 


785,152 


7,915 


13.806 


9,272 


6,208 


14,222 


14,77 


1 38,861 


11 


bushels 1954. .. 


5,558,755 


33,086 


91,932 


31,101 


34,009 


68,755 


92,43 


3 260,344 


12 


1949... 


15,343,508 


167,299 


262,707 


182,320 


105,926 


250,522 


243,37 


3 825,241 


13 




63,220 


713 


1,530 


574 


351 


1,589 


31 


2,036 


14 


1949... 


87,858 


967 


1,752 


930 


606 


2,118 


87 


9 2,557 


15 


acres 1954... 


1,614,498 


11,650 


30,547 


6,815 


5,463 


38,818 


6,11 


5 46,309 


16 


1949... 


2,365,196 


16,457 


41,472 


13,072 


12,560 


60,627 


16,49 


3 64,762 


17 


bales 1954... 


1,252,312 


7,744 


21,752 


1,923 


1,668 


30,383 


2,92 


5 33,255 


18 


1949... 


1,518,320 


9,584 


21,968 


6,196 


5,079 


21,205 


4,29 


51,387 


W 




3,562 


728 


50 






52 




4 65 


20 


1949... 


2,938 


721 


23 






26 




35 


21 


acres 1954... 


664,486 


105,693 


10,133 






16,465 


75 


5 12,610 


22 


1949... 


410,832 


91,968 


7,250 






5,695 




6,372 


23 


bushels 1954... 


39,759,942 


6,827,730 


546,948 






1,005,991 


43,27 


5 638,716 


24 


1949. . . 


19,879,314 


4,402,237 


380,940 






315,109 




309,280 


25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 






















1,486 


10 


21 


28 


50 


14 


8 


1 12 


26 


1949... 


3,397 


25 


74 


83 


108 


25 


18 


3 1 


27 


acres 1954... 


2,117 


10 


19 


49 


84 


16 


7 


3 5 


28 


1949. . . 


3,267 


27 


40 


60 


79 


12 


22 


5 1 


29 


pounds 1954 


422,657 


4,202 


5,815 


6,276 


12,641 


4,790 


12,66 


3 1,768 


30 


1949... 


1,025,348 


6,498 


12,369 


26,739 


30,624 


4,479 


51,62 


5 224 


31 




34,870 


739 


1,136 


712 


492 


923 


95 


2 736 


32 


1950... 


65,871 


1,344 


1,887 


1,079 


711 


1,574 


1,47 


3 2,047 


33 


number 1954 .. . 


75,952 


1,626 


2,625 


1,276 


885 


2,133 


1,95 


2 1,434 


.14 


1950... 


176,747 


3,925 


5,246 


2,394 


1,425 


4,472 


3,62 


2 4,908 


35 




6,525 


138 


103 


23 


24 


159 


4 


3 112 


36 


1950... 


7,430 


131 


110 


62 


21 


156 


5 


4 100 


37 


Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


28,676 


394 


544 


56 


56 


626 


11 


8 253 


38 


1950... 


34,892 


358 


548 


144 


44 


633 


14 


2 230 


39 




6,199 


134 


97 


23 


24 


151 


4 


3 109 


40 


1950. . . 


6,817 


129 


103 


62 


19 


153 


5 


96 


41 




22,477 


260 


447 


33 


32 


475 


7 


144 


42 


1950. . . 


28,075 


229 


445 


82 


25 


480 


8 


8 134 


43 




2,365,740 


107,615 


73,810 


9,880 


9,305 


87,694 


19,04 


21,953 




1950... 


2,510,628 


105,576 


76,901 


15,080 


5,036 


93,112 


24,89 


8 25,346 


45 




1,262,342 


35,337 


18,607 


12 


1,171 


30,713 


11,74 


6 17,435 


46 


1950... 


1,191,800 


25,007 


13,422 


1,022 


704 


22,342 


6,85 


7 11,315 


47 




3 , 183 , 143 


117,386 


76,848 


9,289 


9,590 


105,948 


29,36 


2 36,193 


48 


1950... 


3,092,436 


110,798 


73,193 


15,447 


5,360 


105,015 


28,92 


3 27,362 


49 




2,673,888 


93,882 


68,018 


8,342 


7,858 


95,855 


26,44 


1 29,905 


50 


1950... 


2,510,262 


89,576 


65,079 


13,024 


4,169 


96,880 


25,60 


5 22,212 


51 




509,255 


23,504 


8,830 


947 


1,732 


10,093 


2,92 


1 6,288 


52 


1950... 


582,174 


21,222 


8,114 


2,423 


1,191 


8,135 


3,32 


3 5,150 


53 




1,761,419 


57,846 


29,361 


1,568 


2,0£<1 


45,230 


6,81 


6 19,192 


54 


1949. . . 


1,634,600 


53,426 


21,409 


4,555 


2,076 


37,811 


8,12 


6 14,364 


55 


Corn harvested for 






















4,500 


29 


73 


18 


22 


90 


3 


7 69 


56 


1949... 


5,494 


69 


78 


58 


19 


133 


4 


8 73 


57 


subunlts reporting 1954 


9,523 


37 


161 


26 


38 


144 


8 


94 


58 


1949... 


12,588 


102 


211 


95 


28 


329 


9 


B 11'' 


59 


acres 1954... 


142,079 


331 


2,943 


314 


631 


2,304 


2,22 


7 1,877 


60 


1949. . . 


196,046 


1,060 


2,755 


1,187 


401 


5,655 


2,15 


6 2,773 


61 


bushels 1954... 


2,113,392 


3,691 


42,621 


2,352 


5,839 


25,192 


S ! , 34 


I 26,704 


62 


1949... 


4,033,904 


22,750 


48,177 


22,990 


8,971 


101,171 


35,27 


1 67,535 


63 




6,298 


105 


102 


19 


24 


154 


3. 


110 


64 


1949... 


7,157 


89 


103 


55 


21 


152 


5 


98 


65 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


26,549 


201 


521 


36 


36 


569 


7 


200 


66 


1949... 


32,074 


169 


455 


105 


36 


575 


11 


186 


67 


acres 1954... 


1 ' ,9U 


3,806 


12,829 


593 


1,071 


18,330 


1,89 


! 5,491 


68 


1949... 


971,295 


3,618 


11,072 


1,978 


1,243 


20,785 


3,07 


5,621 


69 


bales 1954... 


652,803 


2,915 


9,338 


176 


372 


15,954 


1,10 


4,326 


70 


1949. . . 


708,135 


2,083 


5,744 


977 


608 


7,882 


8a 


4,680 


71 




608 


107 


3 






19 




7 


72 


1949... 


289 


98 


1 






1 




4 


73 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 


776 


166 


5 






26 




8 


74 


1949. . . 


409 


152 


2 






1 




4 


75 


acres 1954... 


157,780 


27,038 


2,110 






7,312 




1,845 


76 


1949. . . 


65,185 


20,402 


550 






639 




850 


77 


bushels 1954... 


9,149,931 


1,637,726 


127,000 






392 ,200 




97,977 


78 


1949. . . 


3,121,668 


992,626 


35,750 






44,000 




23,760 


79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


38 






2 


1 








80 


1949... 


30 


1 




6 










81 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


45 






2 


1 








82 


1949... 


30 


1 




6 










83 


acres 1954... 


80 






3 










84 


1949. . . 


41 


1 




10 










85 


pounds 1954. . . 


25,260 






155 


500 




70C 




86 


1949... 


14,030 


300 




4,300 










87 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


3,380 


92 


78 


18 


20 


115 


3e 


37 


3a 


1950. . . 


5,504 


105 


100 


61 


20 


130 


44 


76 


89 


number 1954. . . 


14,581 


297 


480 


74 


43 


466 


231 


81 


90 


1950. . . 


33,705 


593 


854 


249 


67 


711 


215 


291 


91 




63,263 
80,949 


1,267 
1,552 


1,591 
2,074 


1,036 
1,261 


700 
927 


1,229 
1,792 


1,538 
1,961 


2,352 

2,876 


92 


1950... 


93 




7,772,447 


314,753 


128,460 


87,438 


65,589 


177,555 


199, 88C 


280,798 


94 


1950... 


8,212,805 


325,477 


152,504 


94,099 


85,481 


167,801 


208,832 


292,010 



ARKANSAS 



119 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Cleveland 


Columbia 


Craighead 


Crittenden 


Cross 


Dallas 


Desha 


Drew 


Grant 


Greene 


HenqDstead 


Howard 


Independence 




1,231 


2,214 


3,759 


4,517 


2,454 


856 


2,420 


1,788 


886 


2,636 


2,123 


1,272 


2,084 


1 


1,324 


2,702 


4,426 


5,900 


3,189 


1,107 


3,351 


2,202 


1,025 


3,446 


2,727 


1,660 


2,636 


2 


169,503 


211,228 


359,815 


339,500 


303,837 


102,291 


261,425 


230,579 


79,521 


280,274 


303,846 


154,366 


326,533 


3 


141,587 


267,002 


371,952 


335,910 


309,436 


96,527 


265,572 


222,563 


84,176 


315, 914 


316,311 


168,711 


325,712 


4 


17,745 


38,999 


235,536 


258,347 


168,458 


9,403 


119,663 


51,490 


12, 140 


138,263 


48,494 


24,809 


65,300 


5 


28,454 


66,281 


215,981 


237,752 


147,909 


22,257 


124,066 


59,089 


17,146 


143,138 


81,935 


39,410 


75,544 


6 


355 


1,280 


2,001 


1,970 


847 


232 


1,188 


760 


253 


1,506 


914 


487 


513 


7 


744 


1,917 


3,004 


2,494 


1,634 


644 


1,954 


1,410 


617 


2,449 


1,810 


971 


1,502 


8 


1,833 


12,608 


36,964 


20,559 


8,964 


2,176 


15,173 


6,307 


1,877 


27,845 


8,155 


4,133 


12,776 


9 


4,657 


20,960 


53,963 


28,084 


17,928 


6,695 


24,806 


12,068 


4,896 


41,846 


19,198 


9,111 


29,131 


10 


11,968 


92,087 


294,306 


391,349 


96,993 


9,820 


247,379 


68,466 


16,531 


217,481 


61,614 


36,616 


162,488 


11 


83,874 


336,243 


1,067,263 


662,659 


336,382 


121,919 


469,466 


205,422 


77,702 


831,475 


330,334 


171,821 


734,424 


12 


500 


1,185 


3,041 


4,424 


2,008 


222 


2,237 


1,144 


157 


2,052 


729 


225 


462 


13 


898 


1,855 


3,678 


5,786 


2,597 


546 


3,019 


1,512 


381 


2,808 


1,675 


647 


1,163 


14 


9,063 


15,980 


91,022 


U.9,238 


47,325 


3,255 


53,700 


17,556 


1,093 


44,147 


12,871 


2,700 


8,497 


15 


14,512 


31,023 


121,725 


163,602 


64,605 


8,718 


71,746 


26,495 


4,599 


63,411 


34,463 


8,654 


19,143 


16 


1,960 


4,569 


65,881 


129,932 


40,521 


842 


46,007 


10,851 


323 


32,305 


5,928 


1,040 


4,210 


17 


5,957 


14,598 


101,591 


132,250 


52,897 


2,886 


34,398 


10,867 


1,270 


52,106 


11,030 


2,483 


8,270 


18 






171 


51 


336 


2 


80 


26 


1 


53 






4 


19 






200 


2 


316 




41 


19 




44 






1 


20 






28,694 


13,634 


58,857 


85 


20,174 


7,733 


100 


9,379 






750 


21 






18,282 


690 


37,890 




7,997 


4,270 




5,160 






12 


22 






1,860,560 


795,630 


3,511,346 


4,068 


1,108,131 


418,411 


5,000 


581,623 






45,000 


23 






889,031 


41,000 


1,829,869 




371,760 


197,848 




264,000 






480 


24 


34 


183 


19 


8 


8 


28 


5 


21 


39 


18 


49 


41 


, 


25 


179 


239 


8 


17 


5 


96 


41 


149 


111 


23 


235 


107 


14 


26 


54 


197 


24 


14 


11 


44 


5 


23 


48 


24 


98 


44 


9 


27 


146 


226 


7 


4 




87 


2 


106 


112 


19 


265 


173 


14 


28 


12,741 


40,940 


5,643 


1,477 


2,861 


7,100 


2,110 


6,105 


11,362 


6,969 


35,515 


10,428 


2,610 


29 


60,442 


70,010 


3,940 


1,672 


1,316 


30,732 


3,827 


31,747 


29,744 


4,011 


103,555 


43,465 


3,670 


30 


798 


1,317 


769 


1,072 


592 


483 


937 


1,122 


490 


881 


1,247 


721 


997 


31 


1,083 


1,905 


2,462 


2,149 


1,427 


804 


1,800 


1,733 


752 


2,259 


1,963 


1,142 


1,747 


32 


1,431 


2,426 


1,469 


3,148 


1,396 


844 


2,376 


2,493 


804 


1,687 


2,644 


1,374 


2,063 


33 


2,425 


4,239 


5,622 


7,464 


4,724 


1,775 


5,643 


4,518 


1,488 


5,141 


5,341 


2,804 


4,443 


34 


20 


111 


199 


504 


232 


6 


220 


99 


3 


103 


108 


43 


26 


35 


25 


151 


186 


656 


282 


17 


299 


69 




54 


126 


60 


45 


36 


47 


259 


501 


3,303 


1,184 


14 


1,125 


335 


6 


233 


273 


115 


64 


37 


62 


383 


473 


4,069 


1,705 


34 


1,304 


256 


9 


127 


354 


188 


117 


38 


20 


108 


172 


465 


219 


6 


208 


95 


3 


101 


108 


43 


26 


39 


22 


148 


173 


610 


253 


. 


275 


57 




52 


117 


57 


-3 


40 


27 


151 


329 


2,838 


965 


8 


917 


240 


3 


132 


165 


72 


38 


41 


40 


235 


300 


3,459 


1,452 




1,119 


199 


5 


75 


237 


131 


74 


42 


14,258 


27,602 


51,554 


147,088 


102,598 


4,299 


103,496 


37,077 


295 


20,230 


34,865 


20,977 


15,286 


43 


17,356 


37,792 


37,109 


173,566 


91,105 


5,094 


115,025 


21,010 


968 


19,808 


46,827 


31,431 


18,544 


44 


578 


8,989 


17,851 


131,795 


52,028 


810 


46,374 


9,597 




12,192 


10,097 


2,656 


2,898 


45 


110 


6,309 


19,798 


123,486 


62,107 


104 


39,424 


35,089 




4,170 


11,606 


2,428 


6,578 


46 


13,727 


33,744 


55,452 


246,454 


129,087 


4,835 


124,954 


43,241 


271 


28,456 


43,241 


22,581 


16,771 


47 


17,132 


42,686 


42,559 


245,124 


120,767 


4,766 


126,182 


45,195 


966 


18,467 


53, 145 


31,725 


21,290 


48 


12,722 


28,579 


37,654 


204,848 


107,181 


4,385 


110,736 


36,544 


197 


22,460 


39,548 


20,230 


14,756 


49 


15,044 


34,376 


29,369 


197,904 


92,908 


4,217 


106,392 


40,656 


858 


14,607 


.'■, '■' 


28,600 


16,735 


50 


1,005 


5,165 


17,798 


41,606 


21,906 


450 


14,218 


6,697 


74 


5,996 


3,693 


2,351 


2,015 


51 


2,088 


8,310 


13,190 


47,220 


27,859 


549 


19,790 


4,339 


110 


3,860 


6,764 


3,125 


4,555 


52 


1,253 


7,982 


33,747 


189,563 


77,296 


594 


56,632 


15, 311 


30 


16,936 


10,590 


4,376 


5,133 


53 


2,271 


12,485 


24,320 


176,400 


66,528 


1,068 


58,918 


14,394 


319 


6,607 


16,769 


7,432 


8,854 


54 


5 


99 


150 


385 


149 


3 


162 


77 


2 


66 


85 


39 


18 


55 


17 


143 


158 


441 


203 


17 


248 


50 


3 


42 


117 


52 


36 


56 


7 


181 


252 


1,193 


373 


7 


354 


158 


2 


98 


156 


78 


30 


57 


27 


271 


251 


1,240 


694 


22 


617 


133 


5 


63 


254 


105 


67 


58 


58 


2,403 


5,864 


14,040 


4,202 


159 


5,966 


1,795 


7 


2,413 


1,618 


932 


917 


59 


248 


3,692 


5,576 


19,442 


8,418 


279 


9,880 


1,159 


50 


1,251 


3,242 


1,464 


2,812 


60 


450 


18,872 


43,776 


273,205 


58,127 


405 


109,477 


20,174 


15 


15,661 


16,690 


11,054 


8,441 


61 


3,630 


65,927 


127,137 


438,819 


152,453 


5,284 


171,448 


18,810 


1,120 


25,345 


60,632 


25,616 


79,893 


62 


18 


107 


188 


503 


225 


6 


220 


91 




98 


85 


32 


20 


63 


21 


139 


171 


654 


273 




296 


62 


3 


53 


116 


50 


37 


64 


26 


196 


420 


3,262 


1,110 


7 


1,066 


275 




189 


178 


76 


37 


65 


44 


283 


386 


4,000 


1,620 


20 


1,251 


204 


5 


106 


278 


130 


77 


66 


466 


3,738 


14,063 


87,113 


28,798 


329 


25,902 


5,817 




5,239 


3,789 


1,271 


1,086 


67 


1,083 


6,236 


13,622 


117,064 


40,850 


282 


30,756 


4,394 


125 


2,868 


7,206 


2,229 


2,792 


68 


129 


1,106 


10,860 


94,608 


27,795 


91 


22,562 


4,012 






2,112 


565 


577 


,:t 


454 


3,279 


11,787 

14 
8 


98,583 
22 


35,558 
60 


107 


15,967 
29 


1,946 

5 
3 


53 

1 


2,451 

9 
5 


2,560 


895 


2,089 

1 


70 

71 
72 








25 


78 




30 


8 




11 






1 


73 






12 








10 




1 


8 








74 






2,892 


5,795 


13,673 




6,106 


1,870 










L60 


75 






1,298 




3,084 




1,108 


2,053 


3 


870 








76 






224,783 


333,736 


793,585 




345,945 


91,190 




113,750 






10,000 


77 


... 




59,150 




167,767 




31,540 


88,913 


130 


35,620 








78 




5 

1 




1 


1 




1 


"i 








1 


..1 




79 

80 




6 

1 






1 




1 


4 








1 


..I 




K 

A.' 




7 




1 


1 




1 










9 


5 




83 




2 












5 








7 






34 




812 




300 


264 




280 










2,000 


600 




85 




1,000 












1,950 








2,570 






At. 


17 


85 


42 


287 


110 


3 


143 


80 


3 


39 


84 


32 


15 


87 


22 


132 


131 


503 


226 


14 


235 


54 


4 


45 


110 


52 


32 


AA 


51 


256 


103 


1,821 


497 


23 


674 


350 


4 


86 


286 


113 


42 


89 


121 


556 


429 


3,607 


1,558 


49 


1,390 


435 


18 


160 


578 


417 


129 


■*) 


1,184 


1,955 


3,258 


1,214 


1,270 


842 


1,295 


1,453 


880 


2,403 


1,850 


1,157 


2,020 


91 


1,262 


2,319 


3,953 


1,831 


1,484 


1,073 


1,957 


1,946 


1,016 


3,319 


2,373 


1,472 


2,519 


9.' 


155,776 


177,484 


304,363 


93,046 




97,456 


136,471 


187,338 


79,250 


251,816 


260,605 


131,785 


309,762 


91 


124,455 


224,316 


329,393 


90,786 


188,669 


91,761 


139,390 


177,368 


83,208 


297,447 


263,166 


136,986 


304,422 


94 



120 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrr OPERATIONS: 





(Fop definitions and explanations, see text) 


Jackson 


Jefferson 


Lafayette 


Lawrence 


Lee 


Lincoln 


Little River 


Lonoke 


Miller 






1,98C 
2,222 


3,660 
5,079 


1,136 
1,436 


1,777 
2,376 


3,230 
3,734 


2,031 
2,874 


936 
1,206 


2,992 
3,596 


1,548 
2,022 


2 


1950. . . 


3 




343, 867 
330, 42e 


344,810 
340,216 


137,244 
140,634 


267,047 
299,811 


270,427 
283,449 


231,37' 
232, 50] 


171,313 
193,383 


414,961 
417,355 


204,396 
209,497 


4 


1950... 


5 




188,248 


171,871 


36,801 


114,106 


151,795 


95,98= 


27,945 


195,074 


35,912 


6 


1949... 


146, 05C 


178,559 


50, 169 


107,872 


154,056 


98,77' 


40,755 


192,067 


60,259 


7 




503 


1,054 


470 


913 


1,794 


82! 


262 


1,003 


388 


8 


1949. . . 


1,162 


2,169 


763 


1,542 


2,294 


1,33- 


630 


1,709 


845 


9 


acres 1954... 


6,268 


9,898 


5,385 


19,312 


21,411 


10,742 


2,899 


9,452 


3,955 


10 


1949... 


16,662 


18, 573 


7,290 


31,177 


28,847 


15,09] 


8,164 


14,319 


8,426 


11 


bushels 1954... 


63,364 


146,350 


82,182 


324,723 


242,861 


135,244 


35,441 


120,471 


36,445 


12 


1949... 


272, 505 


445,824 


129,798 


613,843 


511,427 


314, 84' 


154,732 


290,038 


170,541 


13 




1,618 


2,797 


650 


1,114 


3,016 


1,61C 


320 


2,105 


547 


1- 


1949... 


1,896 


4,212 


1,026 


1,642 


3,506 


2,39, 


641 


2,920 


1,019 


1? 


acres 1954... 


56,387 


80,888 


17,653 


24,194 


70, 172 


44,08= 


7,534 


62,332 


13,307 


H 


1949... 


82,65C 


128,933 


34,206 


44,416 


93,747 


64,13- 


15,164 


101,264 


36,310 


17 


bales 1954... 


42,032 


61,498 


10,564 


14,328 


58,169 


33,47! 


4,044 


38,586 


6,173 


18 


1949. . . 


39,713 


79,000 


17,110 


23, 186 


61,908 


31,72' 


6,460 


53,368 


12,647 


19 




181 

156 


94 
38 


1 


52 
24 


110 
57 


54 
2, 


2 


343 
274 


5 


20 


1949... 


21 


acres 1954... 


30, 505 


26,930 


1,100 


8,556 


15,428 


16,144 


300 


61,307 


1,050 


22 


1949. . . 


20,501 


8,074 


640 


4,749 


6,234 


5,27! 




42,807 




23 


bushels 1954... 


1,732,423 


1,439,425 


38,700 


517,556 


953, 930 


786,46. 


8,500 


3,657,191 


38,500 


24 


1949. . . 


952,834 


384,923 


30,000 


210,307 


312,970 


296,50! 




2,115,417 




2 5 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 
























1C 


37 


26 


3 


26 


( 


12 


35 


13 


26 


1949... 


r 


139 


64 


11 


69 


T 


42 


44 


62 


27 


acres 1954... 


is 


29 


39 


4 


12 


24' 


52 


37 


18 


28 


1949... 


21 


116 


70 


8 


7 


6C 


132 


33 


57 


29 


pounds 1954. .. 


2,46C 


6,887 


4,065 


1,900 


5,431 


10,80. 


15,301 


11,172 


2,385 


30 


1949... 


9,34= 


25,608 


13,898 


4,042 


8,372 


22,48; 


52,231 


11,669 


19,335 


31 




46 c 


1,095 


469 


637 


1,249 


88= 


578 


980 


817 


32 


1950... 


1,172 


2,312 


795 


1,636 


2,163 


1,53' 


896 


1,950 


1,297 


31 


number 1954 .. . 


1,011 


2,598 


932 


1,299 


3,055 


2,23C 


1,537 


1,837 


1,774 


34 


1950... 


2,863 


6,569 


2,107 


4,131 


6,822 


4,25! 


3,052 


4,720 


3,397 


35 




154 


320 


87 


99 


428 


19, 


25 


264 


57 


36 


1950... 


132 


424 


84 


90 


410 


29! 


47 


308 


89 


37 


Subunlts In multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


553 


1,872 


362 


230 


1,762 


76 


132 


1,016 


186 


38 


1950. . . 


53E 


2,665 


353 


222 


1,769 


1,22 


204 


1,162 


335 


39 




151 


312 


82 


97 


401 


18. 


21 


258 


57 


40 


1950... 


121 


385 


75 


83 


380 


25 


45 


277 


86 


41 




402 
41' 


1,560 
2,280 


280 
278 


133 
139 


1,361 
1,389 


57 

%; 


111 
159 


758 
885 


129 
249 


42 


1950. . . 


43 


Land owned by landlord acres 1954 


83,962 
97, 10C 


149,254 
160,279 


31,200 
29,582 


44,155 
37,641 


98,416 

115,140 


72,23. 
60,25 


20, 570 
37,501 


77,226 
72,721 


24,505 
37,130 


44 


1950... 


45 




42,55= 


60,862 


19, 714 


12,103 


72,967 


31,32. 


7,576 


59,787 


7,428 


46 


1950... 


26,362 


60,633 


10,677 


9,549 


62,547 


33,26 


22,633 


52,333 


14,014 






113, 13! 
99,24C 


193,140 
179, 592 


49,872 

37,172 


43,852 
32,520 


156,539 
154,070 


88,43! 
81,03! 


27, 146 
57,743 


124,172 
107, 956 


30,916 
48,287 


48 


1950... 


49 




96,28= 


167,259 


43,616 


37,593 


128,512 


76,07. 


23,353 


108,759 


28,046 


50 


1950... 


83,29! 


143,471 


31,524 


25,737 


125,898 


66,45 


54,499 


92,723 


42,554 


51 




16,84' 


25,881 


6,256 


6,259 


28,027 


12,36. 


3,793 


15,413 


2,870 


52 


1950... 


15,942 


36,L21 


5,648 


6,783 


28, 172 


14,58. 


3,244 


15,233 


5,733 


53 




57,64' 
40,49= 


100, 181 
108, 805 


17,440 
16,049 


20, 142 
14,659 


89,106 
81,315 


43,20 
43,23! 


8,517 
12,687 


76,166 
67,049 


9,620 
21,632 


54 


1949. . . 


55 


Corn harvested for 
























65 


i 19 


59 


68 


337 


13' 


12 


172 


31 


56 


1949... 


9! 


298 


51 


71 


348 


22' 


35 


207 


60 


57 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


8= 


468 


142 


96 


801 


24 


22 


335 


46 


58 


1949... 


186 


853 


114 


125 


853 


41 


69 


327 


107 


59 


acres 1954... 


1,38! 


5,314 


1,759 


2,812 


10,681 


4,32 


411 


3,564 


627 


60 


1949. . . 


4,22] 


8,409 


1,011 


3,237 


13,015 


5,52 


1,618 


4,042 


1,882 


61 


bushels 1954... 


17,28; 


93,614 


32,638 


43,401 


138,250 


61,51. 


4,645 


55,563 


6,672 


62 


1949... 


75 , 18] 


223,870 


20,885 


71,685 


243,940 


104,65' 


33,715 


97,630 


44,766 


63 


Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


153 


316 


85 


93 


426 


19, 


25 


255 


55 


64 


1949... 


12' 


420 


80 


84 


409 


29 


42 


301 


87 


65 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


50= 


1,800 


328 


186 


1,680 


73 


125 


953 


159 


66 


1949. . . 


48! 


2,545 


320 


174 


1,647 


1,13 


173 


1,108 


329 


67 


acres 1954... 


18,24= 


48,677 


8,452 


5,057 


41,987 


21,68. 


3,014 


33,202 


5,581 


68 


1949... 


21, 62^ 


77,554 


11, 930 


5,158 


48,624 


29,76 


4,548 


48,888 


15,042 


69 


bales 1954... 


13,45C 


38,309 


5,586 


3,218 


36,713 


17,09 


1,954 


22, 957 


2,668 


70 


1949... 


11,91, 


52,832 


6,555 


3,289 


33,943 


15,53 


2,546 


29,815 


5,061 


71 


Rice harvested . .multiple units reporting 1954... 


Z 


27 


1 


5 


30 


1 


... 


68 


2 


72 


1949. . . 


1. 


9 




2 


L2 






28 




73 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


3C 


32 


1 


6 


36 


1 


... 


80 


2 


74 


1949... 


Zl 


10 




2 


18 




... 


29 




75 


seres 1954... 


6,99. 


8,639 


150 


993 


5,954 


4,82 




14,508 


260 


76 


1949. . . 


3,86 


1,937 




243 


3,879 


1,12 




4,936 




77 


bushels 1954... 


369,68= 


467,332 


6,000 


54,157 


397,064 


228,06' 




807,701 


8,500 


78 


1949. . . 


166,46. 


90,272 




11,780 


191,205 


65,77 




222,438 




79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




3 


! 




1 










30 


1949. . . 
















1 






81 


subunlts reporting 1954... 






3 


1 




2 










82 


1949... 
















1 






83 


acres 1954.. . 








3 




1 










84 


1949... 
















1 






85 


pounds 1954... 






2,310 


280 




600 










86 


1949. . . 
















100 






87 


Horses and/or mules.. . .multiple units reporting 1954... 


At 


189 


48 


51 


275 


14^ 


21 


122 


43 


88 


1950. . . 


8 


315 


48 


69 


343 


23* 


41 


208 


74 


89 


number 1954. . . 


13 


1,015 


162 


141 


950 


60/ 


75 


318 


247 


90 


1950. . . 


35 


2,151 


355 


228 


2,117 


1,18 


501 


807 


455 


91 


Farms not in multiple units mimber 1954 


1,42" 

1,68< 


1,788 
2,414 


774 
1,083 


1,547 
2,154 


1,468 
1,965 


1,27( 
1,65. 


804 
1,002 


1,976 
2,434 


1,362 

1,687 


92 


1950. . . 


93 




230, 73 


151,670 


87,372 


223,195 


113,888 


142,94 


144,167 


290,789 


173,480 


94 


1950. . . 


231,18 


S 160,624 


103,462 


267,291 


129,379 


151,46. 


135,640 


309,399 


161,210 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



ARKANSAS 



121 



Mississippi 


Ifcnroe 


Nevada 


Ouachita 


Phillips 


Poinsett 


Prairie 


Randolph 


St. Francis 


Sharp 


Union 


White 


Woodruff 




5,812 


1,885 


1,420 


1,360 


3,895 


3,399 


1,332 


1,558 


3,689 


1,15 


6 1,763 


3,470 


1,910 




7,140 


2,297 


1,827 


1,763 


4,201 


4,523 


1,654 


2,089 


4,929 


1,58 


3 2,271 


4,524 


2,258 




533,962 


214, 947 


192,138 


I28,< 33 


306,553 


398,290 


300,809 


279,336 


317,632 


249,38 


5 136,285 


479,207 


271, 164 




499,041 


215,812 


206,147 


149,508 


331,018 


390,302 


287,842 


299,974 


347,789 


259,69 


4 182,769 


502,310 


272,081 




459,609 


97,181 


25,280 


15,103 


184,795 


275,385 


129, 926 


80,180 


179,840 


21,82 


16,741 


97,201 


141,064 




424,055 


88,482 


44,876 


25,813 


182,456 


226, 521 


114,645 


81,981 


176,265 


31, SC 


6 28,607 


129,822 


117,978 


S 


1,696 


670 


642 


452 


2,335 


1,404 


489 


640 


1,353 


39 


4 662 


1,245 


601 


7 


2,514 


1,232 


1,225 


905 


2,511 


1,997 


988 


1,072 


2,135 


85 


4 1,186 


3,011 


1,285 


9 


29, 569 


6,685 


5,705 


3,321 


29,760 


18,687 


4,864 


12,473 


14,928 


5,42 


9 4,454 


14,357 


9,597 


'j 


43,739 


10,705 


11,365 


7,430 


35,379 


29,258 


9,988 


19,754 


25,699 


9,51 


3 9,160 


28,972 


17,243 


in 


506,320 


66, 532 


55,940 


18,027 


445,848 


222, 968 


45,405 


164,313 


206,803 


78,35 


8 36,477 


114,465 


91,455 


11 


944,528 


178, 308 


185,449 


98,770 


744,692 


584,930 


209,196 


428,219 


473,658 


198,21 


4 156,917 


490,731 


279, 972 


12 


5,666 


1,685 


472 


305 


3,696 


3,016 


738 


554 


3,298 


28 


427 


2,166 


1,651 


1 ! 


6,843 


2,007 


1,124 


748 


3,939 


3,935 


1,016 


1,116 


4,460 


79 


1 859 


3,457 


1,935 


14 


223,401 


45,468 


6,895 


3,719 


96,400 


98,793 


13,300 


13,060 


79,270 


3,17 


4 3,776 


31,356 


47,166 


15 


284,761 


51,003 


19,087 


9,751 


115,966 


125,861 


18,601 


28,586 


112,076 


10,19 


2 9,6% 


59, 557 


61,100 


U 


203,723 


30,786 


2,456 


1,055 


88,881 


86,527 


7,673 


8,556 


67,079 


1,25 


7 1,162 


11,930 


28,336 


17 


256,791 


36,106 


6,302 


4,107 


71,869 


103,085 


10,899 


16,651 


81,4% 


3,59 


5 4,211 


17,441 


30,332 


18 


11 


99 






33 


282 


334 


20 


151 






10 


154 


L9 




91 




"i 


4 


309 


327 




69 






4 


133 




3,307 


19,961 






9,699 


59,555 


56,545 


4,573 


31,576 






1,767 


31,121 






11,947 




160 


2,172 


44,579 


46,945 




10,659 






495 


20,008 




168.343 


1,132,255 






531,240 


3,978,726 


3,418,597 


235,669 


1,817,583 






111,250 


1, 801, 162 






573,147 




6,000 


U2.950 


2,110,663 


2,145,8U 




495,971 






22,724 


1,077,534 


:- 


5 


9 


66 


185 


8 


4 


13 


1 


4 


1 


2 222 


102 


9 


25 




38 


182 


347 


28 


12 


51 


8 


11 


2 


383 


56 


12 


.v 


6 


9 


84 


252 


4 


6 


15 


3 


5 




S 317 


% 


5 


27 




33 


222 


334 


8 


8 


59 


4 


2 


1 


9 389 


47 


30 


28 


575 


2,349 


15, 014 


32,070 


2,650 


790 


2,574 


300 


670 


1,10 


8 80,501 


28, 157 


1,280 


29 




8.926 


46,094 


99,549 


4,468 


5,132 


17,499 


2,031 


1,851 


6,60 


9 116,399 


19,335 


9,580 


30 


455 


743 


880 


771 


1,469 


459 


607 


677 


916 


61 


9 950 


1,565 


460 


31 


1,658 


1,316 


1,318 


1,174 


2,234 


1,634 


1,057 


1,388 


1,987 


1,15 


2 1,451 


3,290 


1,113 


12 


1,278 


1,666 


1,644 


1,331 


3,887 


1,151 


1,439 


1,376 


2,828 


1,26 


2 1,507 


3,176 


1,048 


33 


5,645 


3,489 


2,948 


2,242 


7,793 


4,682 


2,650 


3,428 


7,712 


3,02 


5 2,611 


7,732 


3,054 


34 


748 


188 


43 


M 


440 


381 


56 


61 


362 




32 


56 


233 


35 


898 


163 


69 


25 


397 


446 


38 


79 


404 




' 66 


104 


242 


36 


3,682 


733 


101 


30 


2,132 


1,712 


240 


156 


2,306 


2 


1 69 


125 


989 


37 


4,748 


685 


162 


51 


2,087 


2,274 


143 


206 


3,258 


2 


1 150 


252 


1,117 


38 


722 


178 


43 


14 


416 


357 


51 


59 


319 




31 


56 


227 


39 


778 


149 


63 


24 


368 


401 


35 


74 


369 




' 65 


100 


227 


40 


2,960 


555 


58 


16 


1,716 


1,355 


189 


97 


1,987 


1 


2 38 


69 


762 


41 


3,970 


536 


99 


27 


1,719 


1,873 


108 


132 


2,889 


1 


1 85 


152 


890 


42 


183,168 


68,804 


13,933 


3,545 


147,486 


88,394 


73,435 


9,292 


122,681 


2,43 


3 8,840 


34,848 


98,438 


43 


188,982 


70,477 


17,928 


5,870 


143,240 


78,628 


48,168 


25, U5 


153,478 


3,17 


16,753 


39,247 


110,601 


44 


180,261 


35,670 


3,877 


702 


60,619 


77,416 


22,928 


14,920 


74,847 


43 


3 255 


1,680 


63,522 


45 


178,299 


20,399 


4,728 


872 


57,318 


77,668 


10,736 


13,905 


79,100 


13 


5 1,691 


4,762 


58,293 


46 


307,066 


96,261 


16,244 


4,199 


187,476 


131,520 


84,038 


22,443 


178,555 


2,67 


1 8,914 


34,557 


134,560 


47 


288,293 


77,018 


21,324 


6,256 


167,359 


123,707 


51,071 


33,488 


202,481 


2,96 


3 17,306 


37,194 


130,252 


48 


254,767 


82, 014 


14,385 


3,763 


157,230 


99,173 


67,992 


19, 175 


142,940 


2,23 


2 7,608 


31,223 


111,745 


49 


212,336 


62,956 


17,806 


5,6U 


140,633 


St.. • 


41,392 


27,146 


154,458 


2,40 


S 14,970 


31, 914 


99,419 


50 


52,299 


14,247 


1,859 


436 


30,246 


32,347 


16,046 


3,268 


35,615 


43 


S 1,306 


3,334 


22,815 


51 


75,957 


14,062 


3,518 


642 


26,726 


35,448 


9,679 


6,342 


48,023 


55 


! 2,336 


5,280 


30,833 


52 


264.362 


40,711 


3,178 


723 


112,683 


104,788 


23,829 


U,399 


110,835 


45 


> 2,433 


4,819 


74,463 


53 


244,627 


30,029 


6,351 


1,421 


93,120 


94,495 


14,931 


17,717 


111,797 


69 


) 4,228 


9,548 


61,572 


54 


496 


116 


37 


8 


387 


276 


33 


36 


240 




> 28 


32 


147 


55 


560 


112 


60 


21 


329 


284 


25 


67 


289 




) 62 


78 


198 


56 


742 


196 


59 


12 


1,063 


532 


71 


47 


690 




1 46 


47 


292 


57 


978 


222 


110 


32 


889 


540 


70 


103 


1,004 


1_ 


i 104 


138 


609 


-.8 


16,035 


2,340 


626 


131 


16,187 


7,119 


816 


1,070 


8,514 


13 


) 614 


606 


6,003 


59 


22,648 


2,502 


1,288 


370 


14,004 


9,107 


1,336 


2,518 


13,580 


22 


i 1,178 


1,880 


8,951 


60 


313,689 


24,399 


7,204 


1,649 


273,239 


100,048 


7,917 


13,945 


140,400 


2,16< 


) 5,458 


5,616 


53,003 


61 


479,968 


40,043 


17,367 


6,730 


294,246 


200,455 


42,465 


49,119 


292,674 


3,57 


24,793 


36,300 


146,858 


62 


747 


185 


36 


10 


438 


374 


44 


57 


354 




! 29 


49 


227 


63 


891 


156 


65 


18 


391 


429 


29 


74 


394 




1 60 


100 


236 


64 


3,607 


686 


61 


17 


2,070 


1,618 


179 


136 


2,169 


L 


49 


86 


909 


65 


4.573 


614 


120 


28 


1,937 


2,163 


105 


169 


3,082 


1> 


113 


192 


1,001 


66 


127,202 


20,083 


1,159 


340 


57,448 


51,527 


4,657 


4,261 


51,957 


15 


> 918 


1,651 


27,024 


67 


156,412 


18,056 


2,756 


619 


58,162 


67,842 


3,467 


8,441 


74,806 


19 


1,872 


3,699 


34, 911 


68 


116.630 


14,888 


570 


160 


56,011 


47,643 


2,979 


3,056 


47,699 


5 


303 


642 


17,500 


69 


141,317 


14,767 


983 


287 


37,491 


56,237 


2,495 


5,535 


69,071 


8 


881 


1,260 


17, 737 


70 


2 


18 






10 


22 


20 


2 


50 








30 


71 




14 










17 


16 




12 






1 


17 


72 


2 


25 
16 










10 


32 
22 


32 
26 


2 


54 
15 






1 


38 

19 


73 
74 


248 


4,954 
2,382 










3,728 


6,176 
3,822 


7,313 
5,535 


605 


13,275 
3,279 






150 


8,607 
3,171 


73 

76 


19,400 


256,720 

109,407 










210,500 


421,025 
178, 109 


444,700 
260,744 


42,000 


747,973 
149,840 






6,624 


501,211 
189,755 


77 
78 








4 














6 


3 


1 


79 






1 


2 














8 






nti 






















9 




1 


81 






1 


2 














8 






82 








6 














26 


3 




83 






3 


2 

3,164 














10 
12,670 


500 


125 


84 






1,500 


440 














2,470 






86 


195 


78 


30 


10 


301 


111 


31 


15 


188 




30 


34 


79 


87 


417 


119 


61 


21 


322 


294 


22 


64 


326 


< 


65 


94 


180 


88 


749 


241 


77 


29 


1,400 


480 


241 


28 


1,290 


LI 


87 


86 


241 


89 


2,774 


673 


266 


78 


2,391 


1,673 


161 


187 


3,365 


4] 


237 


382 


8% 


90 


2,130 


1,152 


1,319 


1,330 


1,763 


1,687 


1,092 


1,402 


1,383 


1,13- 


1,694 


3,345 


921 


91 


2,392 


1,612 


1,665 


1,712 


2,114 


2,249 


1,511 


1,883 


1,671 


1,56. 


2,121 


4,272 


1,141 


92 


226,896 


118,686 


175,894 


124,434 


119,077 


266,770 


216,771 


256,893 


139,077 


246,714 


127,371 


444,650 


136,604 


93 


210,748 


138,794 


184,823 


143,252 


163,659 


266, 595 


236,771 


266,486 


145,308 


256,734 


165,463 


465,116 


141,829 


94 



122 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 








Total 


, selected ai 


eaal 










Total 








Size 


of unit 










Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 




. . 


6,525 
7,622 


125 
208 


283 
474 


241 
442 


540 
812 


682 
899 


606 
787 


481 
536 


442 
448 


2 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


28,676 
35,898 


267 
448 


634 
1,072 


584 
1,080 


1,287 
2,055 


1,683 
2,438 


1,603 
2,237 


1,417 
1,647 


1,361 
1,482 


4 


1950... 


5 




6,199 
6,989 


72 

90 


214 
346 


198 
344 


509 
720 


648 

818 


581 
755 


463 

515 


435 
435 


6 


1950... 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


22,477 
28,909 


195 
358 


420 
726 


386 
736 


778 
1,335 


1,035 
1,620 


1,022 
1,482 


954 

1,132 


926 

1,047 


8 


1950... 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations .... total acres 1954... 

1950... 


3,183, 143 
3,192,384 


2,578 
4,376 


11,072 
18,642 


14,166 
25,874 


44,391 
67,049 


79,644 
104,871 


95,516 
L24.083 


95,183 
105,545 


105,079 
106,471 


„ 




2,673,888 
2,592,009 


851 
1,153 


5,582 
8,913 


8,111 
14,327 


30,952 
42,445 


59,291 
72,527 


73,246 
93,269 


74,332 
80,301 


84,146 
81,934 


12 


1950... 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


509,255 
600,375 


1,727 
3,223 


5,490 
9,729 


6,055 
11,547 


13,439 
24,604 


20,353 
32,344 


22,270 
30,814 


20,851 
25,244 


20,933 
24,537 


14 


1950. . . 


15 


Cropland harvested total acres 1954 


1,761,419 
1,681,394 


2,172 
4,027 


8,633 
15,727 


10,831 
20,769 


31,520 
49,356 


56,217 
75,435 


64,812 
81,705 


64,254 
66,064 


71,081 
65,712 


16 


1949... 


17 
18 
19 

20 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 


4,500 
5,633 
9,523 
12,860 


46 
56 
61 
79 


182 
294 
241 
3% 


165 

303 
256 
449 


400 
611 
601 
926 


504 

681 

794 

1,119 


424 
610 
686 
993 


344 
419 
598 
728 


341 
349 
623 

635 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


142,079 
200,333 


239 

300 


1,338 
2,346 


1,783 
3,566 


5,244 
8,267 


8,437 
12,267 


7,883 
12,012 


7,257 
9,141 


8,269 

9,510 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


2,113,392 
4,119,057 


3,386 
6,467 


14,474 
45,421 


20,114 
64,657 


61,082 
163,008 


85,762 
245,843 


83,605 
237,757 


87,574 
185,847 


107,049 
187,979 


25 
26 


1949... 


6,298 

7,336 


115 

197 


268 
452 


231 
428 


520 
787 


665 

882 


589 

764 


468 
522 


434 
430 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


26,549 
32,959 


212 
385 


527 
955 


518 
968 


1,132 
1,836 


1,522 
2,223 


1,451 
2,010 


1,309 
1,489 


1,249 
1,332 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


755,914 
996,288 


1,822 

3,448 


6,096 
12,024 


7,020 
14,685 


17,805 
33,861 


30,497 

51,441 


33,142 
55,085 


32,182 
43,421 


35,129 

41,705 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


652,803 
717,667 


1,652 
2,586 


5,151 

8,603 


5,992 
10,274 


14,621 
23,934 


24,881 
36,932 


27,112 
37,460 


26,072 
29,513 


29,204 
29,058 


33 

34 


1949... 


608 
289 


1 


5 




5 

4 


8 


8 
10 


19 
21 


18 
6 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


776 

409 


1 


5 




5 

8 


8 


8 
12 


23 
28 


21 
8 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


157,780 
65,185 


5 


103 




259 
123 


319 
117 


436 
450 


1,607 
1,233 


1,699 
591 


39 
40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


9,149,931 
3,121,668 


325 


4,980 




15,935 
5,090 


21,350 
5,450 


25,892 
22,142 


114,595 
59,876 


106,931 
24,325 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


38 
32 




1 




3 
2 


5 


5 
6 


2 
6 


1 
5 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


45 
32 




1 




5 
2 


5 


7 
6 


2 
6 


1 
5 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


80 
43 




2 




11 
2 


2 

7 


17 
7 


7 


1 
9 


47 

48 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


25,260 
17,330 




720 

1,000 




2,900 

1,000 


414 
3,210 


9,797 
1,400 


600 
3,360 


50 
4,500 


49 

50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


3,380 
5,643 


77 


124 
295 


114 
290 


266 
565 


320 
642 


267 
586 


219 

413 


213 
342 


51 

52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


14,581 
34,473 


95 
192 


286 

845 


298 
963 


669 

1,918 


813 
2,177 


637 
2,081 


556 
1,556 


608 
1,310 


53 


Landlord. tenant operation* containing nultiple units: 


34,765 
46,954 


317 
593 


699 
1,262 


701 
1,271 


1,410 
2,426 


1,895 
2,913 


1,761 
2,685 


1,561 
1,958 


1,520 
1,884 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 




















56 


1950... 


3,628,082 
3,816,347 


5,495 
12,508 


28,539 
32,867 


21,339 
34,341 


50,791 
83,971 


92,434 
128,153 


105,996 
147,349 


109,078 
122,612 


115,962 
128,431 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


2,365,740 
2,594,369 


4,562 
10,833 


25,869 
25,523 


16,090 
23,578 


32,604 
53,343 


54,049 
72,774 


61,085 
83,262 


61,118 
71,692 


60,221 
76,323 


58 


1950... 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


1,262,342 
1,221,978 


933 

1,675 


2,670 
7,344 


5,249 
10,763 


18,187 
30,628 


38,385 
55,379 


44,911 
64,087 


47,960 
50,920 


55,741 
52,108 


60 


1950... 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunits not Included In 

1950. . . 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


1,764 
2,665 
6,089 
11,056 


33 

70 
50 
145 


37 
83 
65 

190 


35 
106 
117 
191 


75 
148 
123 
371 


110 
213 
212 
475 


109 
204 
158 
448 


78 
154 
144 
311 


97 

151 
159 
402 


65 




5,040 
6,412 


41 
86 


123 


94 

109 


94 

181 


172 

213 


114 
246 


113 
165 


124 
229 


66 


1950. . . 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


1,049 
4,644 


59 


16 
67 


23 
82 


29 

190 


40 
262 


44 
202 


31 
146 


35 
173 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not Included in multiple 


444,939 
623,963 


2,917 
8,132 


17,467 
14,225 


7,173 
8,467 


6,400 
16,922 


12,790 
23,282 


10,480 
23,266 


13,895 
17,067 


10,883 
21,960 


70 


1950... 



1 Data for 1950 include reports for Conway, Faulkner, and Pulaski Counties which i 



included in 1954 multiple-unit i 



ARKANSAS 



123 



BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Total, selected areas 1 — Continued 


Area 3 (part) 1 




Size of unit— Continued 




Size of unit 




260 to 

499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 


Total 


under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 50 to 6 




70 to 99 


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 




899 
1,349 


995 

947 


1,231 
720 


152 
429 


3 

5 


2 
13 


• 

ie 


9 

28 


12 

41 


13 

43 


8 
37 


17 
33 


45 

101 


26 

72 


12 
40 


1 
2 


3,523 
5,932 


5,888 
6,613 


10,429 
10,894 


366 
1,601 


10 


34 


1C 

43 


19 
67 


24 
93 


28 
95 


18 

92 


40 
82 


109 
264 


69 
306 


39 
515 


3 

4 


880 
1,318 


987 
933 


1,212 
715 


150 
398 


3 
1 


2 
7 


u 


8 
23 


12 
39 


13 
42 


8 
33 


17 
33 


45 

99 


26 

71 


12 
39 


5 
6 


2,643 
4,614 


4,901 
5,680 


9,217 
10,179 


216 
1,203 


3 
9 


2 
27 


c 

32 


11 


12 
54 


15 
53 


10 
59 


23 
49 


64 
165 


43 
235 


27 
476 


7 
8 


325,909 
478,675 


694,066 
658,970 


1,715,539 
1,497,828 


76,442 
194,880 


59 
106 


79 2 
525 9 


21 


774 
2,368 


1,384 
4,854 


2,036 
6,754 


1,617 
7,260 


3,964 
7,720 


16,518 
35,267 


17,113 
48,457 


32,609 
80,648 


9 
10 


267,611 
377,702 


583,632 
538,040 


1,486,134 
1,281,398 


67,386 
159,950 


47 

15 


58 } 
139 ; 


63 

54 


440 
1,368 


1,067 
3,317 


1,791 
5,208 


1,347 

5,371 


2,955 
6,173 


13,864 
28,805 


L4,932 
40,616 


30,722 
68,584 


11 
12 


58,298 
100,973 


110,434 
120,930 


229,405 
216,430 


9,056 
34,930 


12 
91 


21 1 
386 ; 


2t 


334 
1,000 


317 
1,537 


245 
1,546 


270 
1,889 


1,009 
1,547 


2,654 
6,462 


2,181 
7,841 


1,887 
12,064 


13 

14 


219,614 
285,797 


418,265 
366,624 


814,020 
650,178 


24,807 
83,612 


13 
103 


48 1 
393 I 


01 
49 


363 
1,350 


633 
2,843 


1,038 
3,462 


869 
3,493 


2,080 
4,649 


7,362 
16,609 


7,523 
21,408 


4,777 
28,653 


15 
16 


581 
1,026 


654 

741 


859 
543 


92 
329 




7 


2 

10 


22 


6 
29 


6 
33 


7 

30 


14 
27 


28 

87 


16 
54 


9 
30 


17 
18 


1,125 
2,220 


1,763 
2,213 


2,775 
3,102 


133 
593 




"9 


L4 


4 
34 


8 

45 


7 
49 


8 
51 


18 
43 


40 

148 


25 

117 


19 

83 


19 
20 


35,028 


28,058 
40,187 


57,155 
67,709 


2,726' 
11,725 




47 ] 


24 

15 


35 
238 


59 
576 


82 
571 


67 
561 


165 
989 


793 
2,902 


813 
3,158 


688 
2,568 


21 
22 


245,606 
695,731 


436,648 

861,062 


968,092 
1,425,285 


30,162 
254,040 




953 2,1 


00 
V 


502 
4,315 


714 
9,007 


805 
12,764 


605 
11,375 


1,691 
19,385 


8,124 
58,854 


10,360 
80,091 


7,061 
55,246 


23 
24 


868 
1,303 


952 

897 


1,188 
674 


133 
398 


1 
4 


1 

13 


3 
15 


8 
26 


9 
39 


12 
40 


8 
36 


17 
30 


38 
93 


24 


12 
36 


25 
26 


3,251 
5,434 


5,490 
6,108 


9,888 

10,219 


272 
1,337 


1 
8 


1 
28 


5 
29 


12 
52 


12 

77 


23 

71 


14 
76 


32 

70 


85 
214 


57 
246 


30 
466 


27 
28 


97,336 

178,324 


169,934 
216,853 


324,951 

345,441 


40,118 


4 
86 


18 
321 


36 

198 


140 
770 


213 
1,468 


390 
2,046 


254 
1,903 


689 
2,249 


2,378 
7,902 


1,827 
10,382 


1,205 
12, 593 


29 

30 


79,554 
126,045 


146,722 


291,842 
258,088 


4,330 
18,501 


2 
30 


7 
145 ] 


.'1 
72 


77 
357 


113 
621 


236 
1,007 


125 
907 


422 
1,037 


1,424 
3,668 


1,051 
4,804 


852 
5,753 


31 
32 


139 
62 


199 
SJ 


206 
99 


3 
1 




















2 

1 


1 


33 
34 


159 
78 


253 

105 


293 

168 


3 
1 




















2 

1 


1 


35 
36 


21,491 
8,272 


49,670 
16,169 


82,191 
38,230 


150 




















350 
150 


415 


37 
IS 


1,246,358 
384,315 


2,831,679 
718,814 


4,781,886 
1,901,656 


52,000 
6,624 




















23,000 
6,624 


29,000 


39 

40 


\ 


7 
3 


10 


3 
2 
















2 




1 


2 


41 
42 


5 


8 
3 


11 


3 
2 
















2 




... 


2 


43 
44 


13 


9 
5 


16 


3 
2 
















2 




1 


2 


45 
46 


2,589 
970 


3,710 
1,890 


4,480 


500 
2,700 
















2,700 




200 


300 


47 
48 


425 
1,068 


555 
769 


834 
596 


69 

338 


2 

1 


",' 


3 

e 


22 


34 


36 


3 
29 


10 
28 


17 

88 


11 
55 


7 
31 


49 

5(1 


1,370 
5,412 


2,517 
6,411 


6,732 
11,608 


167 
1,507 


2 

1 


1" 


.'i 


8 
67 


13 

94 


14 
118 


6 
92 


28 
79 


40 
342 


32 
331 


18 
345 


51 
52 


4,052 


7,067 


13,782 


440 


7 


4 


1C 


19 


27 


29 


19 


43 


127 


83 


72 


53 


7,301 


8,901 


15,760 


2,053 


15 


** 


47 


73 


107 


111 


107 


94 


341 


427 


687 


54 


367,949 


783,907 


1,946,592 


81,795 


77 


79 


89 


774 




2,207 


1,653 


4,026 


17,766 


18,063 


35,131 


55 


554,695 


798,964 


1,772,456 


225,409 


318 


1,171 1, 




2,474 


5,193 


7,643 


7,914 


8,356 


41,753 


56,591 


92,981 


56 


193,379 
330,516 


449,409 
499,771 


1,407,354 
1,346,754 


61,859 
169,851 


77 
298 


79 
1,096 


89 

15 


722 
2,117 


1,496 
3,304 


1,254 
5,241 


1,105 
5,990 


2,827 
4,584 


11,559 
29,604 


11,367 
36,704 


31,084 
79,998 


57 

58 


174,570 


334,498 


539,238 


19,936 








52 


234 


953 


548 


1,199 


6,207 


6,696 


4,047 


59 


224,179 


299,193 


425,702 


55,558 


20 


75 


1O0 


357 


1,889 


2,402 


1,924 


3,772 


12,149 


19,887 


12,983 


,t\ 


217 

496 

529 

1,369 


395 
531 

1,179 
2,288 


578 

509 

3,353 

4,866 


37 
164 

74 
452 


1 

1 
1 
5 


4 
10 


1 


3 
6 


3 

3 

14 


1 
11 

1 
16 


1 
9 
1 
15 


2 
9 
3 
12 


12 

18 
77 


10 
42 
14 
121 


7 
28 
33 
172 


a 

62 
63 
64 


388 


951 


2,900 


56 


1 








2 




1 


3 


13 


9 


27 


63 


840 


1,287 


2,933 


312 


1 


6 


1 


2 


4 


11 


11 


8 


56 


86 


126 


66 


141 
529 


228 
1,001 


453 
1,933 


18 
140 


"4 


"4 


3 


4 


1 
10 


1 
5 


"4 


"4 


5 
21 


5 
35 


6 

46 


67 
6fl 


42,040 
76,020 


89,841 
139,994 


231,053 
274,628 


5,353 
30,529 


18 
212 


646 


94 


106 


346 
339 


171 
889 


36 
654 


62 
636 


1,248 
6,486 


950 
8,134 


2,522 
12,333 


„9 

70 



124 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 








Area 5 










Size of unit 




T ° tel Under 
30 acre 




30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 






474 
626 


6 
7 


If 
If 


11 
20 


31 
42 


37 
69 


50 
68 


45 
59 


36 
54 


2 


1950... 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


1,428 
1,979 


4 
4 


3f 
3< 


25 
45 


67 
90 


81 
158 


111 
166 


108 
132 


84 
129 


4 


1950... 


5 




462 

591 


5 
4 


If 

1 


9 

12 


31 
36 


36 
62 


49 

66 


44 
58 


36 
54 


t 


1950. . . 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


966 
1,388 


9 




2C 
2f 


16 
33 


36 
54 


45 
96 


62 
100 


64 

74 


48 
75 


S 


1950. . . 


9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


223,744 1 
292,082 1 


2 




69 

7CV 


659 
1,145 


2,588 
3,429 


4,343 
8,115 


7,920 
10,888 


9,014 
11,540 


8,631 
12,782 






197,757 ' 
255,740 


5 

3 


44{ 
3U 


422 
482 


1,981 
1,953 


3,465 
5,397 


6,407 
8,262 


7,557 
9,481 


6,937 
10,582 


ia 


1950... 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


25,987 < 
36,342 


7 
17 


25 
39C 


237 
663 


607 
1,476 


878 
2,718 


1,513 
2,626 


1,457 
2,059 


1,694 
2,200 


14 


1950. . . 


15 




61,703 

93,405 L. 


3 


33 
45 


403 
714 


900 
1,817 


1,412 
3,874 


3,128 
5,200 


3,308 
4,254 


3,066 
4,636 


it. 


1949. . . 


17 

ia 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


362 

518 


2 
2 


U 

1 


10 
14 


27 
32 


31 
61 


38 
59 


35 
54 


29 
50 


19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


684 
1,030 


3 


1( 
V 


12 
23 


38 

46 


47 
99 


66 
94 


56 

89 


50 
85 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


8,376 
14,197 


8 



9 
8' 


102 
210 


313 
403 


437 
1,045 


676 
1,009 


631 
926 


679 
1,010 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


97,775 ' 
268,908 4 


6 
)0 


51' 
1,09- 


808 
4,770 


3,143 
6,448 


3,885 
17,469 


6,434 
19,108 


5,442 
15,702 


6,758 
17,933 


25 
26 


1949. . . 


425 
579 


5 
7 


L, 
1 


10 
16 


23 

37 


31 
65 


44 
65 


39 
56 


35 

47 


27 
2fl 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


1,123 
1,633 


8 
2 


If 
2' 


19 
32 


36 
60 


50 
121 


69 

128 


87 
99 


65 
92 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


27,004 
49,947 


2 

6 


13' 
29! 


233 

401 


368 
1,059 


612 
1,981 


1,264 
2,840 


1,781 
2,227 


1,429 

2,347 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


14,561 
21,879 


1 
2 


5! 


107 
208 


135 
450 


252 

53'= 


582 
1,094 


939 
1,018 


690 
1,019 


33 
34 


1949... 


3 




























35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3 




























37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


410 




























39 
40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


14,500 




























41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


11 
9 








1 


2 


1 


1 


1 
1 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


12 
9 








1 


1 
2 


2 
3 


1 


1 
1 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


24 
13 








1 


1 


2 
3 


2 


1 
2 


47 
48 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


3,692 

5 , 170 




53t 


... 


50 


50 
1,860 


212 

630 


400 


50 

1,000 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. ...multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950... 


343 

513 


5 


1C 


8 
13 


26 

30 


29 
59 


34 
61 


29 

54 


28 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


1,216 
3,128 


8 
5 


2 

4f 


20 
41 


59 

107 


71 
205 


88 
219 


71 
189 


81 
205 


53 


Landlord- tenant operation* containing Multiple units: 


1,647 
2,517 


5 
2 


4C 
4 


26 

60 


68 
100 


90 
183 


120 
192 


115 
146 


99 

162 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


233,989 2' 





7 If 


I , K I 


2,589 


4,663 


8,327 


9,315 


8,953 


56 


1950... 


310,586 7 


6 


91f 


2,201 


3,627 


9,288 


12,379 


12,293 


13,285 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


173,652 2 

238,191 7 


1 
1 


63. 
75, 


1,609 
2,079 


2,407 
3,134 


4,239 
7,925 


6,777 
9,657 


6,718 
10,809 


7,496 
10,473 


58 


1950. . . 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


60,337 
72,395 


9 
5 


8 
16^ 


292 
122 


182 
493 


1,363 


1,550 
2,722 


2,597 
1,484 


1,457 
2,812 


60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not Included in 


117 
208 
219 
538 


1 
3 
1 
8 




6 

1 
15 


1 
8 
1 
10 


5 
18 

9 
25 


8 
18 

9 
26 


5 
12 

7 
14 


9 
22 
15 
33 


62 

63 
64 


1950. . . 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


65 




171 
309 


1 




8 


1 
3 


J 


6 

8 


8 


10 
18 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


48 
229 


2 




1 


7 


11 


3 
13 


2 


5 
15 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not included in multiple 


10,245 1" 
18,504 6C 


8 
16 


r 


1,242 
1,056 


1 


320 


407 


301 


322 
503 


70 


1950. . . 


2 


U 


19 


i 


1,17 


3 


1,491 


753 



ARKANSAS 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



125 



Area 5— Continued 


Area 6 




Size of unit — Continued 




Size of unit 




260 to 

499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 




Under 30 to 4 
30 acres acres 


9 50 to e 


9 


70 to 99 


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 




56 
138 


77 
85 


107 
66 


367 
453 


9 
12 


18 
19 


lo 
26 


30 
49 


37 

50 


32 
43 


26 
33 


20 
28 


14 

88 


53 
64 


112 
41 


1 
2 


182 
422 


257 
352 


463 
432 


1,275 
1,440 


20 
26 


39 
39 


J) 

55 


66 
106 


83 
112 


73 

103 


58 
92 


55 
69 


60 
277 


215 

216 


570 
345 


3 
4 


55 

135 


75 
85 


106 
66 


356 
427 


6 
8 


16 

16 


15 
2C 


30 
45 


37 
48 


28 

41 


26 
32 


20 
28 


14 
86 


53 
62 


111 
41 


5 

6 


127 
287 


182 
267 


357 
366 


919 
1,013 


14 
18 


23 

23 


21 

35 


36 
61 


46 
64 


45 

t>2 


32 
60 


35 
41 


191 


162 
154 


459 

304 


7 
8 


20,220 
48,986 


52,298 
59,245 


117,260 
135,098 


200,276 

214,551 


177 
241 


'31 

'25 1, 


-V 

:: 


2,450 
4,156 


4,187 
5,983 


5,033 
6,718 


5,149 
6,456 


4,833 
6,678 


5,340 
31,297 


38,588 
42,397 


132,856 
108,330 


9 

10 


17,515 
40,975 


46,682 
50,870 


106,298 
127,371 


175,878 
189,436 


69 

103 


.85 
.05 


7i 


1,806 
2,873 


3,286 
4,572 


3,626 
5,393 


4,246 
4,908 


3,956 
5,169 


4,503 
25,994 


33,757 
36,895 


119,622 
102,251 


11 
12 


2,705 
8,011 


5,616 
8,375 


10,962 
7,727 


24,398 
25,115 


108 
138 


'46 

so 


.10 
47 


644 
1,283 


901 

1,411 


1,407 
1,325 


903 
1,548 


877 
1,509 


837 
5,303 


4,831 
5,502 


13,234 
6,129 


13 
14 


6,260 
19,834 


15,267 
19,650 


27,554 
32,850 


60,153 
59,867 


142 
187 


J69 

.33 


Of 

134 


1,050 

1,931 


1,642 
2,514 


1,805 
2,267 


1,887 
2,847 


1,991 
2,302 


2,161 
11,076 


11,818 
13,605 


36,922 
21,871 


15 
16 


42 
113 


53 

72 


83 
51 


273 

373 


6 


12 

14 


a 
19 


26 
40 


26 
45 


21 

40 


21 
28 


16 
25 


10 

69 


42 

53 


87 
34 


17 
18 


83 
246 


112 
185 


201 
145 


537 
755 


6 
8 


17 
18 


10 

30 


45 
61 


36. 
71 


31 
65 


32 
49 


29 

47 


22 
162 


103 
104 


206 

140 


19 
20 


967 
3,249 


1,489 
2,968 


2,979 
3,270 


8,879 
9,783 


22 
23 


77 
92 




346 
501 


331 
646 


272 
590 


317 
528 


405 
630 


274 
2,031 


1,796 
2,147 


4,974 
2,385 


21 
22 


13,580 
58,977 


18,181 
58,842 


38,981 
68,162 


107,304 
175,782 


145 

376 1, 


06 

89 3, 


171 

— 


3,964 
10,356 


2,497 

14,250 


2,220 

11,131 


2,731 
12,346 


6,786 
10,393 


3,825 
31,226 


24,890 
50,588 


58,669 
29,833 


23 
24 


52 
129 


76 
82 


98 
62 


333 
409 


8 
8 


14 
12 


12 

a. 


25 

41 


36 
47 


29 
36 


24 

31 


18 
28 


11 
82 


52 
63 


104 
37 


25 
26 


151 
371 


221 
302 


401 
392 


1,040 
1,123 


16 
14 


23 
22 


23 

35 


48 
70 


59 

84 


55 
71 


74 


39 
56 


48 
222 


182 
184 


503 
291 


27 
26 


3,295 
11,177 


6,203 
10,044 


11,640 
17,477 


24,261 
25,746 


120 
145 


17 

59 t 


'•5 
36 


494 
965 


823 
1,281 


930 
999 


1,007 
1,462 


1,214 
1,212 


961 
5,735 


5,191 
6,254 


13,029 
6,998 


29 

30 


2,025 
4,824 

1 
1 


3,613 
4,179 

2 
2 
2 
2 


6,139 
8,012 

3 

3 

410 

14,500 

1 
1 


15,689 

11,859 

8 

5 

13 

7 

3,980 
2,606 

218,190 
124,793 

16 
20 
21 
20 


87 
69 


51 
35 

1 
1 
1 
1 


18 


252 

479 

130 

1 
2 

2 
2 


434 
608 

1 
3 

1 
3 


600 

471 

3 

5 
3 


627 
725 

1 
5 

1 
5 


661 
415 

2 

2 


621 
2,651 

1 
3 
2 
3 


3,422 

2,438 

2 

2 

645 

46,000 

2 
1 

3 
1 


8,616 
3,629 

6 

4 

11 
6 

3,335 
2,603 

172,190 
124,663 

5 


31 
32 
33 
34 

35 
36 

37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 
43 

44 


9 

1 


3 
3 


1 


27 




2 

2 




9 
2 


1 
3 


15 
4 


2 
6 


"5 


2 
3 


2 
2 


11 


45 
46 


2,000 
400 


300 
1,280 


100 


17,189 
9,160 


I, 


40 
CO 




2,250 
1,000 


364 
1,350 


9,585 

770 


200 
3,060 


SOU 


200 

570 


1,050 
610 


3,500 


47 
48 


40 
113 


50 
72 


82 
56 


295 

405 


5 
9 


12 

17 


14 
22 


28 
43 


33 


24 
39 


16 
31 


16 
23 


12 
80 


42 
59 


93 
37 


49 
50 


141 
588 


186 
534 


462 
977 


1,372 
2,323 


14 
19 


26 
47 




153 


82 
146 


52 

119 


43 
116 


43 


35 
501 


171 
403 


807 
651 


51 
52 


211 


319 


544 


1,903 


22 


42 


37 


69 


86 


82 


65 


57 


71 


287 


1,085 


53 


500 


460 


649 


2,419 


36 


53 


... 


139 


128 


138 


122 


85 


399 


363 


881 


54 


21,065 


54,290 


121,900 


223,827 


209 E 


08 ! 


3 3 


2,515 


4,362 


5,211 


5,428 


4,951 


5,577 


40,518 


153,315 


55 


51,606 


62,560 


141,675 


248,837 


428 ' 


«6 2,. 


20 


5,054 


6,672 


7,778 


7,666 


, . 81 


35,498 


46,472 


128,777 


56 


15,393 
37,983 


40,292 
45,057 


87,855 
109,591 


180,349 
188,966 


142 

324 t 


40 t 
03 1,5 


26 
59 


2,129 
4,150 


3,880 
6,105 


4,784 
6,910 


4,423 
6,455 


3,239 
6,240 


4,250 
29,466 


31,200 
38,990 


124,736 
87,564 


57 
58 


5,672 


13,998 


34,045 


43,478 


67 


68 1 


07 


386 


482 


427 


1,005 


1,712 


1,327 


9,318 


28,579 


59 


13,623 


17,503 


32,084 


59,871 


104 1 


83 


... 


904 


567 


868 


1,211 


946 


6,032 


7,482 


41,213 


60 


16 
33 
29 

78 


32 

62 
108 


35 

40 
81 
217 


116 
196 
628 
979 


2 
3 
2 
10 


2 
3 

14 


1 
9 
1 
20 


2 

14 
3 
33 


3 
14 

3 
16 


7 
13 

9 
35 


5 

11 
7 
30 


2 
11 

2 
16 


7 
40 
11 
122 


23 

42 
72 
147 


62 
36 
515 
536 


' 1 
62 
63 
64 


21 


53 


67 


587 


2 


2 




3 


1 


7 


7 


1 


8 


64 


492 


63 


8 


68 
9 


120 
14 


701 

41 


9 


13 
1 


11 
1 


22 


2 


19 
2 


17 


1 


78 
3 


105 
8 


412 
23 


66 
67 


24 


40 


97 


278 


1 


I 


9 


11 


10 


16 


13 


7 


44 


42 


124 


68 


845 
2,620 


1,992 
3,315 


4,640 
6,577 


23,551 
34,286 


32 
187 2 


77 

61 8 


1 
00 


65 
893 


175 
689 


178 
1,060 


279 
1,210 


118 
508 


237 
4,201 


1,930 
4,075 


20,459 
20,397 


69 

70 



126 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 7a 




Total 








Size 


of unit 










Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 




. 


1,701 
1,695 


16 
16 


51 
66 


40 
73 


132 
206 


217 
239 


194 
199 


140 
140 


128 
105 


2 


1950... 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


6,388 

7,371 


32 
33 


112 

150 


85 
171 


289 
487 


493 
596 


506 


368 
389 


361 
323 


4 


1950... 


5 


Home farms number 1954 


1,611 
1,555 


9 
8 


34 
39 


38 
58 


121 
182 


205 
220 


183 
183 


131 
136 


125 
99 


6 


1950... 


7 




4,777 
5,816 


23 
25 


78 
111 


47 
113 


168 
305 


288 
376 


294 
323 


237 
253 


236 
224 


8 


1950... 


9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


768,517 
671,892 


298 

304 


1,994 
2,622 


2,403 
4,360 


10,813 
16,849 


25,513 
27,916 


30,464 
31,143 


27,626 
27,568 


30,501 
25,152 


., 




624,014 
518,765 


77 
64 


706 
915 


1,460 
2,460 


7,075 
10,182 


18,558 
18,791 


22,294 
22,110 


20,121 
20,570 


23,946 
18,580 


12 


1950... 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


144,503 
153,127 


221 

240 


1,288 

1,707 


943 
1,900 


3,738 
6,667 


6,955 
9,125 


8,170 
9,033 


7,505 
6,998 


6,555 
6,572 


14 


1950... 


15 


Cro land harvested total acres 1954 


444,922 

353,073 


226 

271 


1,491 

2,100 


1,854 
3,387 


8,441 
12,936 


19,428 
21,341 


21,853 
20,809 


19,804 
17,986 


22,185 
16,899 


16 


1949... 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


1,106 
1,239 


2 
3 


26 

34 


26 
49 


94 

156 


160 

185 


130 
147 


92 

104 


101 
79 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


2,022 
2,805 


2 


30 
43 


34 

71 


135 

233 


243 
296 


202 
227 


147 
171 


175 

146 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


34,018 
46,036 


18 
23 


163 
285 


320 
720 


1,289 
2,465 


3,213 
4,297 


2,838 

3,711 


2,249 
2,646 


2,838 
2,864 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


382,401 
906,692 


240 

560 


1,578 
4,850 


3,126 
13,400 


12,794 

47,834 


30,640 
92,069 


23,812 
71,002 


21,654 
53,835 


30,223 
65,268 


25 
26 


1949... 


1,653 
1,629 


13 
14 


49 
63 


40 
71 


130 
201 


213 
233 


191 
192 


137 
136 


126 
102 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


5,827 
6,736 


19 
23 


90 
127 


71 
150 


252 
443 


452 

540 


431 

454 


336 
356 


333 
293 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


175,531 
210,572 


21 1 
195 


1,111 
1,646 


1,021 
2,375 


4,650 
8,849 


10,053 
14,258 


10,319 
13,495 


9,152 
11,691 


10,407 
10,465 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


143,795 
158,418 


210 
189 


937 
1,428 


801 
1,789 


3,798 
7,240 


8,155 

11,425 


8,247 
10,033 


7,136 
8,749 


8,794 
7,865 


33 
34 


1949... 


192 
99 


1 


1 




1 


2 


1 
4 


7 

7 


3 
2 


35 
36 

37 
38 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 

acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


245 

132 

47,888 

19,589 


1 
5 


1 
36 




1 
65 


2 
105 


1 

5 

50 

269 


10 
11 
454 
549 


3 

3 
389 
286 


39 

40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,832,897 
941,811 


325 


2,000 




4,000 


6,050 


4,000 
12,760 


31,450 
25,900 


21,741 
10,356 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


2 






















43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


2 






















45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


2 






















47 
48 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


389 






















50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


591 
1,222 


1 
3 


6 

31 


8 
47 


39 
143 


75 
174 


63 

143 


52 
102 


45 
79 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


2,001 
6,259 


2 

8 


12 

88 


21 
134 


90 
454 


179 
538 


148 
448 


129 
329 


115 
256 




Landlord- tenant operatiooa containing aultiple unit*: 


7,740 
9,515 


37 
47 


128 
198 


96 
219 


311 
577 


568 
682 


530 
603 


413 
463 


391 
411 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


910,864 

857,476 


729 
1,340 


6,630 
7,881 


2,796 

7,178 


12,043 
22,098 


30,962 
34,226 


33,923 
39,636 


32,935 

33,677 


32,511 
30,116 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


580,088 
567,815 


701 
1,315 


6,368 

7,224 


1,715 
5,273 


6,967 
14,362 


16,193 
18,793 


18,359 
21,290 


17,569 

17,437 


13,890 
16,452 


58 


1950... 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


330,776 
289,661 


28 
25 


262 

657 


1,081 
1,905 


5,076 
7,736 


14,769 
15,433 


15,564 

18,546 


15,366 
16,240 


18,621 
13,664 


60 


1950. . . 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunits not included iji 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


423 

525 

1,352 

2,144 


7 
5 
14 


6 

10 
16 
48 


8 
23 

11 
48 


15 
35 
22 
90 


31 

48 
75 
86 


43 

53 
97 


20 
40 
45 
74 


22 

27 
30 
88 


65 




1,198 
1,218 


5 

10 


16 
32 


8 
23 


17 
43 


65 
48 


40 
58 


39 
34 


28 
50 


66 


1950. . . 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


154 
926 


"4 


16 


3 
25 


5 


10 
38 


13 
39 


6 

40 


2 
38 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not Included in multiple 


142,347 
185,584 


431 
1,036 


4,636 
5,259 


393 

2,818 


1,230 
5,249 


5,449 
6,310 


3,459 


5,309 


2,010 
4,964 


70 


1950. . . 


8,69 


3 


6,1 


09 



ARKANSAS 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



127 



Ares 


7a— Continued 




Area 7b 




Size of unit— Continued 


Total 


Size of unit 




260 to 
499 acres 


5O0 to 
999 acres 


1,000 


30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


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 




225 
316 


249 
196 


309 
139 


458 
477 


7 


11 

17 


6 
13 


18 
35 


39 
29 


29 

56 


27 
38 


43 
25 


91 

10 


) 103 
85 


79 
68 


1 
2 


780 
1,344 


1,248 
1,330 


2,143 
2,042 


1,650 
1,663 


14 

16 


23 

42 


15 
32 


42 

87 


88 

71 


65 
141 


76 
109 


132 
64 


2ff 
35 


366 
> 339 


542 
410 


3 

4 


218 

304 


246 
188 


301 
138 


443 
441 


6 


9 
9 


6 


17 
28 


37 
26 


28 
55 


27 

37 


42 
25 


9 

10 


5 102 
1 85 


76 
67 


5 

6 


562 
1,040 


1,002 
1,142 


1,842 

1,904 


1,207 
1,222 


8 
16 


14 
33 


11 
26 


25 
59 


51 
45 


37 
86 


49 
72 


90 
39 


19 
24 


> 264 

> 254 


466 
343 


7 
8 


81,144 
110,365 


172,219 
132,686 


385,542 
292,927 


325,596 
269,825 


147 
129 


463 
685 


36 : 

753 


1,512 
2,892 


4,505 
3,451 


4,615 
8,782 


5,296 
7,530 


10,262 
5,929 


35,84 
39,40' 


5 75,361 
1 59,502 


187,230 
140,765 


9 

10 


64,929 

82,870 


140,329 
101,004 


324,519 
241,219 


270,633 
223,691 


53 


154 
226 


131 
230 


914 
1,740 


3,391 
2,493 


3,735 
7,253 


4,559 
5,938 


8,615 
4,813 


30,72 
32,97 


L 64,553 
i 50,347 


153,807 
117,673 


11 
12 


16,215 
27,495 


31,890 
31,682 


61,023 
51,708 


54,963 
46,134 


94 
129 


309 
459 


229 
523 


598 
1,152 


1,114 
958 


Ml 

1,529 


737 
1,592 


1,647 

1,116 


5,12 
6,42< 


10,808 
> 9,155 


33,423 
23,092 


13 
14 


55,701 
67,187 


106,237 
72,900 


187,702 
117,257 


157,841 
135,406 


113 
124 


357 
535 


222 
788 


1,159 
2,183 


2,814 
2,634 


3,322 
6,446 


4,118 
4,546 


6,778 
3,669 


25,62 
25,39 


? 46,918 
33,819 


66,413 
55,268 


15 
16 


135 
236 


140 
143 


200 
103 


234 
301 


2 


5 
5 


2 
9 


12 
24 


27 
23 


18 
42 


17 
23 


29 

17 


5 
6 


J 39 
> 59 


30 
37 


17 
18 


229 

464 


300 
424 


525 

723 


443 
499 


2 


6 
5 


3 
13 


16 
36 


43 
34 


25 
62 


31 

37 


61 
25 


9 
9 


> 65 

> 90 


99 

105 


19 

20 


4,183 
8,404 


6,039 
7,247 


10,868 
13,374 


4,-11 
6,438 


16 


33 

27 


24 
66 


141 
237 


386 
291 


266 
526 


186 

413 


386 
267 


1,06 
1,13 


) 1,169 
> 1,176 


1,035 
2,299 


21 
22 


53,350 
166,650 


68,028 
147,020 


136,956 
244,204 


67,171 
162,845 


95 


231 
510 


130 
1,720 


2,295 
5,905 


3,515 
6,985 


4,723 
14,000 


3,120 
10,480 


5,776 
6,500 


14,28 
30,31 


16,034 
) 21,470 


16,968 
64,965 


23 

24 


217 
311 


234 
181 


303 
125 


404 
419 


7 
7 


10 
14 


13 


16 
35 


37 
28 


26 
55 


26 

34 


41 
22 


8 
9 


85 

> 67 


63 

49 


25 
26 


701 
1,229 


1,120 

1,233 


2,022 
1,888 


1,333 
1,382 


10 
14 


15 
32 


8 
30 


32 

82 


76 
65 


56 
133 


71 
92 


118 
51 


24 
3CX 


) 279 
) 287 


425 
296 


27 
28 


20,884 
43,266 


37,339 
43,066 


70,392 
61,266 


41,665 
55,973 


97 
124 


249 

427 


130 
636 


579 
1,810 


1,428 
2,123 


1,669 
5,130 


2,150 
3,073 


3,063 
2,696 


9,67 
14,15 


! 10,205 
12,887 


12,417 
12,910 


29 

30 


16,696 
33,238 


30,217 
33,339 


58,804 
43,123 


28,851 
34,393 


55 
70 


136 
271 


66 

404 


439 
994 


947 
1,456 


1,109 
3,178 


1,850 
1,952 


2,180 
1,538 


6,99 
9,30 


6,979 
7,263 


8,091 
7.965 


31 
32 


48 
20 


63 
33 


65 
33 


195 
142 




1 




* 


2 


5 


3 
12 


11 
3 


4 
3 


73 
43 


52 
42 


33 

34 


58 
22 


82 
39 


36 

52 


278 

207 




1 




4 


4 
2 


4 
6 


3 

13 


13 
4 


4 
4- 


100 
57 


100 
81 


35 

36 


8,305 
2,631 


15,903 
5,401 


22,576 
10,453 


48,859 
30,873 




. 




194 


149 
117 


174 
161 


112 
473 


950 
140 


5,71. 
4,33 


17,892 
9,305 


23,653 
16,345 


37 
38 


464,294 

131,095 


974,093 
231,361 


1,324,944 
530,339 


2,890,127 
1,475,808 




340 




11,935 


11,300 
5,450 


10,892 
8,182 


7,200 
25,326 


57,590 
6,819 


342,05 
193,27 


988,134 
423, 814 


1,460,686 
812,947 


39 

40 


2 








1 














1 












41 
42 


2 








1 














1 












43 
44 


2 








1 














1 












45 
46 


389 








300 














300 












47 
48 


80 
245 


90 
152 


132 
103 


245 
335 


2 


3 


3 


3 
19 


24 

19 


10 
36 


11 
28 


17 
16 


51 
8 


61 
71 


61 
50 


M 
50 


218 
982 


325 
1,133 


762 
1,889 


856 
1,561 


3 


5 
13 


8 
21 


7 
50 


64 

67 


18 
96 


22 

111 


36 
52 


12C 
33. 


153 
365 


420 
453 


51 
52 


929 


1,606 


2,731 


2,081 


16 


25 


17 


51 


103 


72 


-1, 


148 


31' 


448 


796 


53 


1,633 


1,830 


2,852 


2,186 


21 


49 


35 


94 


78 


153 


116 


68 


42 


439 


712 


54 


102,859 


207,783 


447,693 


376,328 


675 


567 


458 


1,853 


6,954 


4,957 


5,706 


11,747 


38.26C 


84,209 


220,942 


55 


132,998 


190,432 


357,694 


31A.541 


481 


867 


1,274 


3,342 


3,644 


9,401 


7,841 


6,216 


44,59; 


68,956 


167,927 


56 


56,592 
72,131 


119,510 
117,260 


322,224 
276,278 


258,276 
226,465 


434 

481 


505 

807 


1,201 


1,321 
2,140 


5,023 
1,639 


2,070 
3,481 


3,432 
4,146 


6,306 
3,252 


19,88: 
27,45S 


47,655 
42,885 


171,280 
138,974 


S7 
S8 


46,267 


88,273 


125,469 


118,052 


241 


62 


91 


532 


1,931 


2,887 


2,274 


5,441 


18, 37~ 


36,554 


49,662 


S9 


60,867 


73,172 


81,416 


88,076 




60 


73 


1,202 


2,005 


5,920 


3,695 


2,964 


17,13; 


26,071 


28,953 


>0 


53 
94 
149 
289 


105 
104 
358 
500 


116 
93 
588 
810 


138 
158 
431 
523 


2 
2 
2 
5 


2 

5 
2 

7 


2 
3 
2 
3 


5 
3 
9 

7 


11 
5 
15 


5 
8 
7 
12 


5 
6 

10 
7 


10 
16 


XI 
34 
32 
69 


32 
43 
82 
100 


46 
45 
254 
302 


SI 
>2 
>3 
j4 


139 


317 


524 


334 


1 


1 


2 


7 


11 


4 


10 


14 


2C 


61 


203 


»5 


199 


218 


503 


345 


2 


4 


2 


6 


6 


10 


3 


3 


5C 


41 


218 


>6 


10 


41 


64 


97 


1 


1 




2 


4 


3 




2 


12 


21 


51 


>7 


90 


282 


307 


178 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


* 


1 


19 


59 


84 


8 


21,715 
22,633 


35,564 
57,746 


62,151 
64,767 


50,732 
44,716 


528 
352 


104 
182 


98 
521 


341 
450 


2,449 
193 


342 
619 


410 
311 


1,485 
287 


2,415 
5,185 


8,848 
9,454 


33,712 
27,162 


>9 



128 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 8a 




Total 








Size 


of unit 










Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 




• . i„ number 1954 


2,482 
2,765 


63 
113 


141 

228 


123 

205 


249 
313 


254 

355 


224 

261 


170 
159 


145 
142 


.' 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunita in multiple-unit 


13,185 
15,931 


136 
243 


325 
523 


323 
519 


634 
849 


697 
1,062 


667 
859 


584 
583 


504 
576 


4 


1950... 


- 


Home farms number 1954 


2,323 

2,505 


34 
49 


102 

175 


95 

160 


236 
278 


235 

318 


218 
256 


163 
154 


142 
138 


< 


1950... 


7 




10,862 
13,426 


102 
194 


223 
348 


228 
359 


398 

571 


462 
744 


449 

603 


421 
429 


362 

438 


8 


1950... 


• 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,076,090 
1,057,327 


1,322 
2,425 


5,399 
8,915 


7,251 
11,991 


20,375 
25,867 


29,689 
41,231 


35,358 
41,320 


33,623 
31,466 


34,363 
33,688 


] . 




888,297 
831,229 


466 
647 


2,779 
4,500 


3,939 
6,633 


14,264 
16,556 


21,408 
28,067 


27,497 
30,721 


26,109 
23,682 


27,136 
25,363 


12 


1950. . . 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


187,793 
226,098 


856 
1,778 


2,620 

4,415 


3,312 

5,358 


6,111 
9,311 


8,281 
13,164 


7,861 
10,599 


7,514 
7,784 


7,227 
8,325 


14 


1950. . . 


15 


Cropland harvested total acres 1954 


766,549 
707,259 


1,223 
2,323 


4,687 
7,981 


6,054 
10,088 


16,047 
20,924 


23,456 
32,846 


27,184 
31,040 


26,021 
23,431 


26,397 
23,349 


16 


1949. . . 


17 
IS 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


1,845 
1,967 


30 
32 


103 
146 


88 
133 


193 

227 


191 
254 


166 
188 


126 

122 


115 
104 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


4,489 
4,964 


41 
45 


141 
204 


151 
198 


296 

345 


313 
432 


277 
331 


240 
223 


219 

200 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


65,457 
82,689 


149 
182 


814 
1,181 


982 
1,429 


2,598 
3,106 


3,020 
4,130 


2,971 
3,871 


2,635 
2,934 


3,006 
2,627 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


1,138,783 
1,749,647 


2,484 
4,095 


9,564 
25,021 


11,739 
25,184 


30,899 
62,373 


32,953 

78,351 


36,491 
78,116 


35,537 
58,740 


43,897 
46,771 


25 
26 


1949... 


2,468 
2,739 


61 

110 


140 
224 


122 
201 


248 
313 


253 
354 


224 
259 


169 
159 


144 
140 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


12,788 
15,239 


121 
220 


296 
495 


305 
495 


596 
794 


669 

1,012 


644 
818 


562 

554 


490 
545 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


365,707 
455,068 


1,009 
1,976 


3,312 
6,088 


4,010 
7,404 


14,600 


13,028 
23, 165 


14,553 
21,811 


13,473 
15,674 


13,315 
15,166 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


351,661 
380,405 


1,012 
1,608 


3,119 
4,882 


3,746 
5,892 


8,158 
11,555 


11,604 
18,185 


13,181 
17,069 


12,072 
12,206 


12,201 
12,519 


33 
34 


1949... 


114 
24 




3 






1 


3 
.1 


6 
2 


3 

1 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


127 
33 




3 






1 


3 

1 


7 


1 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


29,000 
7,158 




47 






45 


212 

20 


671 
211 


290 
165 


39 
40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


1,708,673 

341,045 




2,640 






3,000 


11,000 
1,200 


46,345 
8,650 


24,000 
7,150 


41 

42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949. . . 


2 








1 










43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


3 








2 










45 
46 


acrea 1954... 
1949. . . 


2 








1 










47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


900 








600 










49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


1,246 
1,911 


22 
42 


64 
141 


52 
129 


121 
200 


106 
219 


96 
181 


69 
116 


70 
98 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


6,210 
14,254 


54 
104 


152 
400 


149 
444 


313 

722 


290 
823 


223 
752 


186 
547 


222 
429 


53 


Landlord- tenant operation* containing anltiple unita: 


15,284 
20,031 


160 
303 


357 
583 


367 
589 


686 
1,008 


778 
1,247 


724 
989 


639 

710 


570 
730 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


1,219,328 
1,275,156 


2,677 
6,375 


17,848 

14,670 


9,688 
14,215 


23,823 
31,260 


33,166 

50,347 


39,873 

47,243 


39,292 
38,390 


39,409 

43,079 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


698,839 
774,406 


2,227 
5,621 


16,324 
11,045 


7,102 
8,809 


14,396 
18,612 


17,474 
23,924 


20,468 
22,276 


19,900 
19,788 


18,532 

21,876 


58 


1950... 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


520,489 
500,750 


450 
754 


1,524 
3,625 


2,586 
5,406 


9,425 
12,648 


15,692 

26,423 


19,405 
24,967 


19,392 
18,602 


20,877 
21,203 


60 


1950... 


61 


Subunits not included In 


631 

929 

2,099 

4,100 


18 
34 
24 
60 


19 
32 
32 
60 


19 
44 
44 
70 


32 
56 

52 
159 


43 
85 
81 
185 


33 

67 
57 
130 


30 
53 
55 
127 


35 

54 
66 

154 


62 
63 
64 


1950. . . 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


65 




1,594 
2,160 


17 
38 


20 
37 


28 
44 


38 
80 


66 

88 


39 
73 


38 
67 


48 
86 


66 


1950. . . 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


505 
1,940 


7 
22 


12 
23 


16 
26 


14 
79 


15 
97 


18 
57 


17 
60 


18 
68 


68 


1950... 


69 


Land in subunits not included In multiple 


143,238 
217,829 


1,355 
3,950 


12,449 

5,755 


2,437 
2,224 


3,448 
5,393 


3,477 
9,116 


4,515 
5,923 


5,669 
6,924 


5,046 
9,391 


70 


1950. . . 



ARKANSAS 



129 



BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Area 8a — Continued 


Area 8b 




Size of unit — Continued 




Size of unit 




260 to 
499 acre 


500 to 
s 999 acres 


1,000 


Total 


30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


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 




35 
43( 


353 
310 


409 
249 


891 
1,177 


21 
48 


4 


40 
89 


71 
139 


86 
116 


64 
117 


65 
70 


53 
61 


112 
172 


134 

135 


203 

117 


1 
2 


1,66 
2,46 


2,877 
3,027 


4,775 
5,221 


4,384 
5,913 


45 

106 


9 
24 


90 
215 


170 
369 


217 
346 


182 
367 


205 
250 


185 
239 


442 

804 


856 
1,043 


1,897 
1,929 


3 


34 

42. 


352 
307 


404 
247 


854 
1,072 


9 
20 


3 

8- 


33 

77 


66 
128 


86 

105 


62 
112 


64 
65 


53 
58 


111 
168 


133 
135 


202 

117 


5 
6 


1,32 
2,041 


2,525 
2,720 


4,371 
4,974 


3,530 
4,841 


36 
86 


6 
15i 


57 
138 


104 
241 


131 
241 


120 
255 


141 
185 


132 
181 


331 
636 


723 
908 


1,695 
1,812 


8 


125,47 
152,61< 


244,361 
221,934 


538,874 
485,871 


512,478 

491,827 


463 

1,021 


4,46< 


2,272 
5,184 


5,879 

11,488 


10,023 
13,321 


10,090 
18,478 


12,858 
13,725 


12,525 

14,522 


41,367 
60,734 


94,126 
94,749 


321,168 
254,139 


9 
10 


100,62. 
116,60. 


201,226 

178,843 


462,848 
399,614 


449,923 
413,198 


94 
271 


95. 
2,41^ 


1,474 
3,295 


4,472 
7,773 


8,116 
9,890 


7,8% 
14,322 


10,393 
10,351 


10,601 
11,254 


35,454 
49,477 


82,153 
79,465 


288,318 
224,686 


11 
12 


24.85C 
36,01* 


43,135 
43,091 


76,026 
86,257 


62,555 
78,629 


369 
750 


75 
2,05 


798 

1,889 


1,407 
3,715 


1,907 

3,431 


2,194 

4,156 


2,465 
3,374 


1,924 
3,268 


5,913 
11,257 


11,973 
15,284 


32,850 
29,453 


13 
14 


95,82! 

111,44! 


181,155 
155,644 


358,499 
288,185 


245,444 
248,772 


381 
896 


1,35 
3,83. 


1,831 
4,309 


3,560 
8,215 


6,832 
9,383 


6,482 
12,481 


8,247 

9,507 


8,584 
10,208 


26,677 
34,249 


49,347 
49,598 


132,153 
106,094 


15 
16 


24. 
31! 


273 
249 


318 
196 


588 
306 


6 
13 


2i 
7 


29 
69 


44 
110 


63 
34 


45 
101 


46 
58 


37 
47 


71 
143 


91 
111 


132 

92 


17 
18 


53. 
lit 


897 
881 


1,381 
1,321 


1,215 
2,214 


7 

15 


3 

10. 


42 
100 


67 

171 


104 

142 


78 
165 


84 
108 


71 
89 


126 
324 


261 
412 


344 
585 


19 
20 


7,49 
12,45! 


12,983 
17,464 


28,804 
33,307 


17,912 
29,465 


26 
52 


15< 
62- 


266 
316 


522 

1,317 


991 
1,282 


778 
1,734 


1,172 
1,133 


790 
1,123 


1,635 
4,848 


3,769 
6,027 


7,807 
10,506 


21 
22 


126,83 
258,66. 


230,559 
387,688 


577,829 
724,645 


289,796 
601, 143 


376 
1,036 


1,97! 
11,20 


3,040 
14,089 


7,485 
25,777 


11,558 
27,712 


9,120 
31,586 


18,485 
23,369 


11,918 
21,729 


25,612 
91,051 


68,596 
115,363 


131,628 
238,230 


23 
24 


34< 
42< 


351 
307 


407 
248 


882 
1,163 


20 
47 


4, 
1L 


40 
88 


70 

134 


86 

116 


63 

117 


65 
70 


53 
61 


112 
169 


130 
131 


201 

117 


25 
26 


1,6a 

2,34< 


2,809 
2,897 


4,694 
5,063 


4,166 
5,509 


37 

94 


<U 
2? 


87 
197 


156 
335 


204 
324 


173 
335 


195 
238 


172 
225 


421 
752 


822 
959 


1,813 
1,823 


27 
28 


45.72C 
73,29< 


86,116 
99,797 


162,028 
176,088 


114,592 

158,864 


347 
826 


1,05. 
2,98. 


1,315 
3,035 


5,808 


4,340 
7,165 


4,017 
8,764 


4,365 
7,391 


5,012 

7,570 


14,420 
22,788 


23,053 
34,423 


54,240 
58, 109 


29 

30 


41, IOC 
59,59C 


82,313 
83,966 


163,155 
152,933 


93,916 
92,212 


265 
568 


74. 
1,60! 


1,033 
1,570 


1,762 
2,859 


3,376 
3,748 


3,157 
4,608 


3,323 
3,956 


4,256 
4,665 


10,689 
12,772 


19,127 
19,185 


46,185 
36,673 


31 
32 


3C 

i 


31 


37 
12 


93 
18 








3 


1 




3 


1 


18 
3 


28 


42 
8 


33 
34 


3 
t 


33 

4 


43 
19 


107 
29 








7 


1 




3 


1 


19 
8 


34 
4 


49 
10 


35 
36 


4,99! 


7,742 
800 


14,995 

5,241 


26,878 
4,809 








120 


20 




370 


70 


2,473 
588 


7, ! 18 
513 


16,807 
3,588 


37 
38 


284.C 
44," 


7 

61 


457,762 
37,000 


879,854 
242,285 

1 


231,587 

4 








4,960 


1,000 




29,600 


3,600 


155,942 
15,190 


342,690 
20,015 

2 

2 

3 

2,160 


900,712 
191,422 

1 


39 

40 

41 
42 
43 








1 
300 


5 
2,590 




15< 


... 














1 
280 


45 
46 

47 
48 


15 
32/ 


195 
247 


298 
214 


591 
914 


6 
19 


2 

3 


26 
64 


45 
108 


47 
92 


34 

90 


39 
53 


27 
51 


73 
135 


106 
113 


161 
105 


49 
50 


561 
1,97 


1.U7 
2,732 


2,906 
5,364 


2,759 
5,441 


12 
45 


6 
23 


69 
213 


118 
365 


114 
304 


94 
329 


99 

172 


83 
210 


248 
729 


503 


1,357 
1,929 


51 
52 


1,89 


3,293 


5,819 


5,670 


60 


10 


148 


206 


243 


204 


224 


212 


504 


1,031 


2,735 


53 


2,93/ 


•, 169 


7,069 


8,233 


149 


29 


246 


435 


488 


499 


294 


334 


1,073 


1,513 


2,910 


54 


136,38' 


274,719 


602,446 


581,951 


858 


1,89 


5,274 


7,194 


10,597 


11,498 


V., 749 


14,365 


46,035 


104,325 


365,165 


55 


177,53 


256,941 


595,101 


584,342 


2,810 


6,37 


6,138 


16,116 


18,783 


23,069 


14,831 


20, 193 


70,713 


117,012 


288,301 


56 


62,741 
89,7 • 


135,689 
143,243 


383,977 
409,420 


412,677 
423,675 


750 
2,063 


1,21 
3,79( 


4,182 
3,342 


4,660 
8,828 


5,744 
11,084 


7,373 
14,407 


7,971 
7,067 


7,931 
13,446 


22,954 
44,081 


63,696 
75,632 


286,198 
244,929 


57 
58 


73,63 


> 139,030 


218,469 


169,274 


108 


67 


1,092 


2,534 


4,853 


4,125 


6,778 


6,434 


23,081 


40,629 


78,967 


59 


87,74 


113,698 


185,681 


155,667 


7*7 


2,58 


) 2,796 


7,288 


7,699 


8,662 


7,764 


6,747 


26,632 


41,380 


43,372 


60 


7 
16 
22 
46 


> 127 

L 168 

416 

842 


196 

175 

1,044 

1,848 


302 

485 

1,286 

2,320 


20 

15 
43 


4 


17 
58 
31 


20 
29 
36 
66 


14 
34 
26 

142 


12 
43 
22 
132 


12 
23 
19 


17 
24 
27 
95 


32 
90 
62 
269 


88 
175 
470 


116 
92 
838 
981 


61 
62 
63 

64 


14 


I 310 


848 


1,100 


14 




56 


28 


22 


18 


13 


20 


45 


137 


739 


65 


23. 


. 


914 


1,367 


20 


2 


20 


25 


47 


67 


25 


55 


169 


270 


640 


66 


8 
23 


> 106 
1 343 


196 
934 


186 


23 


i 


2 
11 


8 

41 


4 
95 


65 


19 


7 
40 


17 
100 


38 
200 


99 

341 


67 
68 


10,91. 
24,911 


! 30,358 
S 35,007 


63,572 
109,230 


69,473 
92,515 




395 
1,789 


18- 
1,91 


3,002 
) 954 


1,315 
4,628 


574 
5,462 


1,408 
4,591 


1,891 
1,106 


1,840 
5,671 


4,668 
9,979 


10, 199 
22,263 


43,997 
34,162 


69 

70 



130 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 










Total, 


selectee 
















All operators 






Color and ten 


ure of operator 










Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


white 


1 




6,525 
7,622 


5,576 
6,469 


949 
1,153 


2,423 
3,272 


2,031 
2,864 


392 
408 


2,121 
1,888 


1,833 
1,629 


288 
259 


1 

2 


79 177 
63 263 


2 


2 


1950... 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


28,676 
35,898 


25,628 
32,621 


3,048 
3,277 


9,429 
13,134 


8,242 
12,078 


1,187 
1,056 


9,757 
10,208 


8,726 
9,302 


1,031 
906 


2,5 
4,1 


72 2,544 
63 4,163 


28 


4 


1950. . . 


, 




6,199 
6,989 


5,291 
5,845 


908 
1,144 


2,110 
2,680 


1,758 
2,279 


352 

401 


2,114 
1,875 


1,826 

1,617 


288 
258 


1 
2 


78 176 
49 249 


2 


6 


1950. . . 


7 




22,477 

28,909 


20,337 
26,776 


2,140 

2,133 


7,319 
10,454 


6,484 
9,799 


835 
655 


7,643 
8,333 


6,900 
7,685 


743 
648 


2,: 

3,5 


94 2,368 
14 3,914 


26 


8 


1950. . . 


9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations ... total acres 1954... 

1950... 


3,183,143 
3,192,384 


3,041.483 


151,509 
150,901 


1,027,348 
1,204,976 


974,987 
1, 157,911 


52,361 
47,065 


1,253,041 
1,031,544 


1, 186, 617 
973,691 


66,424 
57,853 


327,1 
394,2 


70 326,133 
40 394,240 


1,037 


11 




2,673,888 
2,592,009 


2,564,249 
2,473,243 


119,639 
118,766 


829,463 
953,187 


790,637 
916,822 


38,826 
36,365 


1,070,970 
852,373 


805,415 


54,894 
46,958 


283,: 
330,C 


28 282,547 
37 330,037 


781 


12 


1950... 


13 


Cr r farms acres 1954 


509,255 
600,375 


477,385 
568,240 


31,870 

32,135 


197,885 

251,789 


184,350 
241,089 


13,535 
10,700 


162,071 

179,171 


170,541 
168 ,276 


11,530 
10,895 


43,8 
64,2 


42 43,586 
03 64,203 


256 


L4 


1950. . . 


L5 
16 


1949... 


1,761,419 
1,681,394 


1,672,558 
1,590,811 


88,861 
90,583 


449,598 
532,560 


422,074 
507,875 


27,524 
24,685 


698,225 
539,341 


661,206 
508,500 


37,019 
30,841 


177, e 

209,1 


72 176,804 
01 209,101 


868 


17 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


4,500 
5,633 


3,734 
4,693 


766 
940 


1,598 
2,351 


1,303 
2,005 


295 

346 


1,476 
1,477 


1,231 
1,253 


245 
224 


1 

2 


36 134 
09 209 


2 


19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


9,523 
12,860 


7,979 
11,205 


1,544 
1,655 


3,463 
5,049 


2,868 
4,461 


595 
588 


3,072 
3,482 


2,538 

3,037 


534 
445 


6 

1,1 


70 650 
87 1,187 


20 


21 

22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


142,079 
200,333 


127,474 
184,119 


14,605 
16,214 


46,334 
74,521 


41,494 
69,307 


4,840 
5,214 


50,754 
57,720 


45,007 
52,785 


5,747 
4,935 


12,' 
22,' 


31 12,615 
64 22,764 


116 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,113,392 
4,119,057 


1,952,777 
3,857,423 


160,615 
261,634 


654,369 
1,564, ' 


600,681 
1,478,142 


53,688 
86,084 


703,345 
1,139,167 


645,705 
1,061,221 


57,640 
77,946 


277, C 
509, S 


58 272,948 
90 509,990 


4,110 


25 
26 


1949... 


6,298 
7,336 


5,361 
6,198 


937 
1,138 


2,276 
3,087 


1,892 
2,687 


384 
400 


2,060 
1,823 


1,776 
1,565 


284 
258 


1 
2 


77 175 
59 259 


2 


27 
26 


subunits reporting 1954 — 
1949. . . 


26,549 
32,959 


23,625 
29,904 


2,924 
3,055 


8,160 
11,547 


7,055 
10,586 


1,105 
961 


9,157 
9,432 


8,159 
8,594 


998 
838 


2,5 
J,? 


14 2,486 
93 3,993 


28 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


755,914 
996,288 


706,730 
936,660 


49,184 
59,628 


186,423 
289,531 


171,497 
274,451 


14,926 
15,080 


290,424 
313,877 


270,441 
294,201 


19,983 
19,676 


73,7 

118, e 


15 73,283 
58 118,658 


432 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


652,803 
717,667 


613,058 
683,084 


39,745 
34,583 


157,580 
193,940 


145,202 
186,043 


12,378 
7,897 


239,874 
230,376 


225,177 
219,305 


14,697 

11,071 


73, C 
93,4 


67 72,711 
71 93,471 


356 


33 
34 


1949... 


608 
289 


600 
283 


8 
6 


177 
128 


176 
127 


1 
1 


303 
105 


297 

101 


\ 




H 31 
14 14 




35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


776 
409 


768 

400 


8 
9 


214 
172 


213 
171 


1 
1 


411 
153 


405 
146 


6 

7 




38 38 

21 21 




37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


157,780 
65,185 


157,043 
64,540 


737 
645 


36,943 
24,300 


36,903 
24,292 


40 
8 


84,814 
25,246 


84,167 
24,626 


647 
620 


12,6 
7,C 


03 12,603 
08 7,068 




39 

40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


9,149,931 
3,121,668 


9,126,741 
3,1 86,859 


24,190 
34,810 


2,185,010 
1,204,751 


2, 183,010 
1,204,351 


2,000 
400 


4,861,169 
1,177,447 


4,840,779 
1, 143,887 


20,390 
33,560 


700,9 
338,1 


42 338,142 




41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


38 
32 


32 
27 


\ 


25 
23 


20 
19 


5 


10 
9 


9 
8 


1 
1 










43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


45 
32 


37 
27 


8 
5 


31 
23 


24 

19 


7 


11 
9 


10 
8 


1 










45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


80 
43 


71 
38 


9 
5 


57 

31 


49 
27 


8 


19 
L2 


18 
11 


1 
1 










47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


25,260 

17,330 


23,598 
15,330 


1,662 
2,000 


20,561 
10,800 


19,149 
9,200 


1,412 
1,600 


3,664 
6,530 


3,414 
6,130 


250 
400 










49 

50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


3,380 
5,643 


2,676 
4,607 


704 
1,036 


1,345 
2,314 


1,047 
1,947 


298 

367 


1,191 

1,481 


974 
1,252 


217 
229 




33 131 
10 210 


2 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


14,581 
34,473 


12,309 
30,191 


2,272 
4,282 


5,565 
13,445 


4,608 
11,997 


957 
1,448 


5,095 
9,637 


4,397 
8,534 


698 

1,103 


1,- 
3/ 


81 1,553 
20 3,920 


28 


53 


Landlord-tenant operations containing Multiple units: 


34,765 
46,954 


31,292 
43,055 


3,473 
3,899 


12,240 
17,978 


10,814 
16,635 


1,426 
1,343 


11,844 
13,331 


10,654 

12,180 


1,190 
1,151 


3,. 

6,; 


186 3,356 
20 6,220 


30 


54 


1950... 


55 
56 


Land In all subunits including 

1950. . . 


3,628,082 
3,816,347 


3,460,096 
3,648,883 


167,986 
167,464 


1,263,096 
1,463,499 


1,200,343 
1,409,346 


62,753 

54,153 


1,417,951 
1,227,742 


1,346,105 
1,162,255 


71,846 
65,487 


359,1 
523,£ 


87 358,087 
69 523,869 


1,100 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit. .acres 1954. . . 
1950... 


2,365,740 
2,594,369 


2,260,892 
2,500,630 


104,848 
93,739 


1,263,096 
1,463,499 


1,203,343 

1,409,346 


62,753 
54,153 


832,623 
720,275 


791,628 
680,689 


40,995 
39,586 


270, C 
410,5 


21 268,921 
95 410,595 


1,100 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


1,262,342 

1,221,978 


1,199,204 

1,148,253 


63,138 
73,725 








585,328 
507,467 


554,477 
481,566 


30,851 
25,901 


89,1 
113,2 


66 89,166 

74 113,274 




60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not Included in multiple 


1,764 
2,665 
6,089 
11,056 
5,040 
6,412 


1,570 
2,391 
5,664 
10,434 
4,731 
6,090 


194 
274 
425 
622 
309 
322 


820 
1,306 
2,811 
4,844 
2,352 
3,028 


716 
1,181 
2,572 
4,557 
2,172 
2,885 


104 
125 
239 

287 
180 
143 


673 
776 
2,087 
3,L23 
1,701 
1,848 


604 
685 
1,928 
2,878 
1,588 
1,721 


69 
91 

159 
245 

113 
L27 


1 
1 

s 

2,C 
7 
5 


00 98 
73 173 
14 812 

57 2,057 
14 713 

58 958 


2 

2 

1 


62 

63 
64 
65 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


66 


1950... 


67 

68 
69 


Other tenants, not croppers 

1950... 
Land in subunits not included 


1,049 
4,644 

444,939 
623, 963 


933 

4,344 

428,462 
607,400 


116 
300 

16,477 
16,563 


459 

1,816 

235,748 
258,523 


400 
1,672 

225,356 
251,435 


59 

144 

10,392 
7,088 


386 

1,275 

164,910 
196,198 


340 
1,157 

159,488 
188,564 


46 
118 

5,422 
7,634 


1 

i,c 

32, C 
129,6 


00 99 
99 1,099 

17 31,954 


1 
63 


70 


1950... 


29 129,629 



1 Data for 1950 Include reports for Conway, Faulkner, and Pulaski Counti 



eluded in 1954 multiple-unit 



ARKANSAS 



131 



TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Total, selected areas 1 — Con. 


Area 3 (part) 1 




Color and tenure of 
operator— £on . 


All operators 










Color and 


tenure of 


operator 




































Tenants 










Full owners 






Part owners 






Managers 




Tenants 






Total 


White 


Nan- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 




1,802 


1,535 


267 


152 


152 




79 


79 




45 


45 










28 


2 


3 


1 


2,199 


1,713 


486 


429 


420 


9 


242 


240 


2 


105 


101 


4 


7 


7 




75 


7 


2 3 


.: 


6,918 


6,116 


802 


366 


366 




182 


182 




116 


116 










63 


6 


3 


3 


8,393 


7,078 


1,315 


1,601 


1,577 


24 


739 


729 


10 


615 


607 


8 


29 


29 




218 


21 


2 6 


< 


1,797 


1,531 


266 


150 


150 




77 


77 




45 


45 










28 


2 


3 


5 


2,185 


1,700 


485 


398 


389 


9 


212 


210 


2 


104 


100 


* 


7 


7 




75 


7 


2 3 


6 


5,121 


4,585 


536 


216 


216 




105 


105 




71 


71 










40 


4 


3 


7 


6,208 


5,378 


830 


1,203 


1,188 


15 


527 


519 


"s 


511 


507 


4 


22 


22 




143 


14 


3 3 


B 


575,584 


543,897 


31,687 


76,442 


76,442 




42,742 


42,742 




24,240 


24,240 










9,460 


9,46 





9 


561,624 


515,641 


45,983 


194,880 


193,839 


1,041 


94,780 


94,430 


350 


73,537 


73,096 


441 


4,620 


4,620 




21,943 


21,69 


3 250 


10 


490,127 


464,989 


25,1 38 


67,386 


67,386 




37,513 


37,513 




21,524 


21,524 










8,349 


8,34 


S 


13. 


456,412 


420, 969 


35,443 


159,950 


159,182 


768 


75,882 


75,705 


177 


61,365 


61,000 


365 


4,032 


4,032 




18,671 


18,44 


5 226 


:. 


85,457 


78,908 


6,549 


9,056 


9,056 




5,229 


5,229 




2,716 


2,716 










1,111 


1,11 


1 


13 


105,212 


94,672 


10,540 


34,930 


34,657 


273 


18,898 


18,725 


173 


12,172 


12,0% 


■76 


588 


588 




3,272 


3,24. 


3 24 


14 


435,924 


412,474 


23,450 


24,807 


24,807 




7,563 


7,563 




10,592 


10,592 










6,652 


6,65 


2 


L5 


400,392 


365,335 


35,057 


83,612 


82,902 


710 


30,926 


30,682 


244 


35,349 


35,098 


251 


1,452 


1,452 




15,885 


15,67 


3 215 


16 


1,290 


1,066 


224 


92 


92 




48 


48 




23 


23 










21 


2 


1 


17 


1,596 


1,226 


370 


329 


323 


6 


174 


172 


2 


85 


83 


2 





6 




64 


6 


2 2 


18 


2,318 


1,923 


395 


133 


133 




68 


68 




38 


38 










27 


2 


7 


1" 


3,142 


2,520 


622 


593 


581 


12 


295 


287 


8 


181 


179 


2 


15 


15 




102 


101 


3 2 


20 


32,260 


28,358 


3,902 


2,726 


2,726 




1,348 


1,348 




625 


625 










753 


75 


3 


21 


45,328 


39,263 


6,065 


11,725 


11,627 


98 


4,559 


4,499 


60 


4,275 


4,255 


20 


576 


576 




2,315 


2,29- 


r 18 


22 


478,620 


433,443 


45 , 177 


30,162 


30,162 




13,057 


13,057 




6,990 


6,990 










10,115 


10,11 


... 


23 


905,674 


808,070 


97,604 


254,040 


253,042 


998 


99,104 


98,624 


480 


94,453 


94,395 


58 


12,365 


12,365 




48,118 


47,65 


i 460 


24 


1,785 


1,518 


267 


133 


133 




64 


64 




42 


42 










27 


2- 


... 


25 


2,167 


1,687 


480 


398 


390 


8 


220 


218 


2 


101 


97 


4 


4 


4 




73 


7 


2 


26 


6,718 


5,925 


793 


272 


272 




109 


109 




100 


100 










63 


6 




27 


7,987 


6,731 


1,256 


1,337 


1,318 


19 


558 


549 


'9 


562 


556 


6 


22 


22 




195 


19 


4 


28 


205,352 


191,509 


13,843 


7,154 


7,154 




1,970 


1,970 




3,016 


3,016 










2,168 


2,161 


... 


29 


274,222 


249,350 


24,872 


40,118 


39,689 


429 


12,335 


12,180 


155 


18,244 


18,140 


104 


450 


450 




9,089 


8,91 


> 170 


X 


182,282 


169,968 


12,314 


4,330 


4,330 




897 


897 




1,808 


1,808 










1,625 


1,62 




31 


199,880 


184,265 


15,615 


18,501 


18,358 


143 


5,331 


5,282 


49 


8,200 


8,171 


29 


221 


221 




4,749 


4,68 




32 


97 


96 


1 


3 


3 










3 


3 
















33 


42 


41 


1 


1 


1 










1 


1 
















34 


113 


112 


1 


3 


3 










3 


3 
















35 


63 


62 


1 


1 


1 










1 


1 
















36 


23,420 


23,370 


50 


765 


765 










765 


765 
















37 


8,571 


8,554 


17 


150 


150 










150 


150 
















38 


1,402,770 


1/00,970 


1,800 


52,000 


52,000 










52,000 


52,000 
















39 


401,328 


400,478 
3 


850 


6,624 


6,624 
3 




2 


2 




6,624 

1 


6,624 
















40 

41 
42 

43 
44 

45 


3 


3 




3 

2 


2 




1 


2 
2 




1 
1 
1 


1 
1 
1 






















2 


2 




1 


1 




1 


1 
















46 


1,035 


1,035 




500 
2,700 


500 
2,700 




400 
700 


400 
700 




100 
2,000 


100 
2,000 
















47 
48 


711 


524 


187 


69 


69 




43 


43 




20 


20 










6 






49 


1,638 


1,198 


440 


338 


330 


8 


190 


188 


. 


84 


80 


4 


S 


5 




59 


5" 


2 


50 


2,340 


1,751 


589 


167 


167 




112 


112 




44 


44 










11 


11 




51 


7,471 


5,740 


1,731 


1,507 


1,485 


22 


825 


817 


8 


464 


455 


9 


50 


50 




168 


16. 


5 


52 


7,295 


6,468 


827 


440 


440 




237 


237 




135 


135 










68 


68 




53 


9,425 


8,020 


1,405 


2,053 


2,026 


27 


1,015 


1,005 


10 


751 


740 


11 


38 


38 




249 


24. 


6 


54 


587,848 


555,561 


32,287 


81,795 


81,795 




45,852 


45,852 




26,483 


26,483 










9,460 


9.46C 




55 


601,237 


553,413 


47,824 


225,409 
61,859 


224,332 
61,859 


1,077 


114,649 
45,852 


114,299 
45,852 


350 


80,943 
16,007 


80,466 
16,007 


477 


4,848 


4,848 




24,969 


24,715 


."•: 


56 

57 








169,851 


169,256 


595 


114,649 


114,299 


350 


51,354 


51,109 


245 


3,848 


3,848 










58 


587,848 


555,561 


32 ,287 


19,936 


19,936 










10,476 


10,476 










9,460 


9,46C 




59 


601,237 


553,413 


47,824 


55,558 


55,076 


482 








29,589 


29,357 


232 


1,000 


1,000 




24,969 


24,719 


250 


. 


171 


152 


19 


37 


37 




26 


26 




11 


11 
















61 


410 


352 


58 


164 


162 




92 


92 




50 


48 


2 


3 






19 


19 




62 


377 


352 


25 


74 






55 


55 




19 


19 
















63 


1,032 


942 


90 


452 


449 


3 


276 


276 




136 


133 


3 


9 


9 




31 


31 




64 


273 


258 


15 


56 


56 




42 


42 




14 


14 


















578 


526 


52 


312 


310 


2 


193 


193 




95 


93 


2 


6 


6 




18 


18 




.,1 


104 


94 


10 


18 


18 




13 


13 




5 


5 
















67 


454 


416 


38 


140 


139 


1 


83 


83 




41 


40 


1 


3 


3 




13 


13 




68 


12,264 


11,664 


600 


5,353 


5,353 




3,110 


3,110 




2,243 


2,243 
















69 


39,613 


37,772 


1,841 


30,529 


30,493 


36 


19,869 


19,869 




7,406 


7,370 


36 


228 


228 




3,026 


3,026 




70 



132 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 5 




\ 

All operators 






Color and 


tenure of operator 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


whit 


e Total 


White 


white Tota 


White 


white 


Total 


White 


whUe 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


474 
626 


424 
572 




50 253 
54 352 


229 
325 


24 1 

27 2 


81 165 

22 206 


18 

16 


4 


2 
4 




3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


1,428 
1,979 


1,302 
1,842 


1 
1 


26 772 
37 1,006 


714 
941 


58 3 
65 


58 508 
68 727 


50 
41 


55 


6 
55 




5 


Home farms number 1954 


462 
591 


412 
537 




50 243 
54 318 


219 

291 


24 ] 
27 : 


81 163 
22 206 


18 
16 


2 


2 




6 


1950. . . 


7 
S 


1950. . . 


966 
1,388 


890 
1,305 




76 529 
83 688 


495 
650 


34 ; 

38 : 


77 345 
46 521 


32 
25 


51 


51 




• 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations ... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


223,744 
292,082 


215,577 
282,935 


8,3 
9, J 


67 111,061 
47 140,090 


108,322 
136,033 


2,739 96,4 
4,057 129,6 


52 92,633 
03 126,137 


3,819 
3,466 


1,020 
2,945 


1,020 
2,945 




11 




197,757 
255,740 


190,666 
248,152 


7,C 


91 95,310 
88 120,450 


93,033 

117,088 


2,277 87,: 
3,362 115,: 


41 84,004 
38 112,602 


3,337 
2,936 


879 
2,136 


879 
2,136 




12 


1950. . . 


i.3 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


25,987 
36,342 


24,911 
34,783 


1,C 

1.- 


176 15,751 
59 19,640 


15,289 
18,945 


462 9,1 
695 14, C 


11 8,629 
65 13,535 


482 
530 


141 
809 


141 
809 




:., 


1950. . . 


15 
16 


1949. . . 


61,703 
93,405 


59,081 
88,761 


2,« 
4.< 


22 26,374 
44 42,076 


25,570 
40,335 


804 29, C 
1,741 41,' 


84 27,696 
42 39,908 


1,388 
1,834 


246 

1,400 


246 
1,400 




17 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


362 
518 


320 
475 




4:: l')l 
43 292 


174 
270 


17 

22 ] 


.1 124 
8t 170 


17 
16 


2 


2 




li 
20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


684 
1,030 


615 
950 




69 366 
80 562 


339 
522 


27 

40 


74 i44 
8- 357 


30 
27 


5 
25 


5 
25 




22 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


8,376 
14,197 


7,748 
13,326 


i 


28 3,830 
171 7,516 


3,621 

7,059 


209 3,i 
457 5,' 


143 3,580 
34 5,183 


263 
251 


36 
141 


36 

141 




23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


97,775 
268,908 


93,617 
256,836 


4, 

12, C 


58 42,990 

72 142,597 


41,596 
136,557 


1,394 IA,t 
6,040 100,< 


,65 42,483 
61 96,426 


1,982 
4,535 


481 
1,408 


481 
1,408 




26 


1949... 


4 = 5 


380 
530 




45 215 
49 315 


194 
291 


21 
24 


7 1 157 

14 199 


16 
15 


2 


2 
4 




27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


1,123 
1,633 


1,025 
1,520 




98 561 

13 772 


524 

723 


37 1 
49 


79 435 
74 636 


44 
38 


5 
52 


5 
52 




29 
10 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


27,004 
49,947 


25,783 
47,103 


1»- 
2,1 


21 10,918 
44 22,940 


10,542 
22,082 


376 13, 
858 20, 


J9 12,485 
84 19,530 


654 
1,254 


141 
847 


141 

847 




31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


14,561 

21,879 


14,046 

21,027 




15 5,395 
52 8,933 


5,256 
8,693 


139 7, 
240 10, 


30 7,237 
027 9,717 


293 

410 


78 
577 


78 
577 




33 

34 


1949... 




3 






2 














l S 
16 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3 


3 




■ 


2 














37 


acres 1954... 


410 


410 




.. 


260 














38 


1949... 
























39 

40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


• 


L4.500 




8,500 


8,500 














a 

42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


11 


8 




2 4 
1 3 


3 

2 


1 


6 6 


1 








43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


9 


8 




3 5 


3 


2 
1 


6 5 
6 6 


1 








45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


13 


21 
12 




3 7 

1 


I 


1 


8 8 


1 








47 


pounds 1954... 


3,692 


3,230 




62 542 


380 


212 2, 


50 2,600 


250 








48 


1949... 


5,170 


4,990 




80 2,040 


1,360 


180 3, 


30 3,130 










49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


343 
518 


300 
470 




43 18( 

48 288 


165 
263 


21 
25 


L33 119 

90 i?: 


14 
15 


1 
2 


1 
2 




51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


1,216 
3,128 


1,086 
2,864 




30 682 
64 1,576 


622 
1,463 


60 
113 1, 


73 42£ 
10 1,209 


47 
101 


23 


23 




53 


landlord. tenant operations containing aultiple nnita: 


1,647 

2,517 


1,513 
2,362 




L34 911 

155 1,311 


848 
1,234 


63 

77 


30 57'7 
6 3 917 


53 


6 
69 


69 




54 


1950... 


55 
56 


Land in all subunits including 

1950. . . 


233,989 
310,586 


225,776 
300,962 


8, 
9, 




115,009 
150,400 


2,772 99, 
4,368 132, 


80 96,048 
90 123,682 


3,608 


1,020 
3,306 


1,02C 
3,306 




57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit. .acres 1954. . . 
1950... 


173,652 
233,191 


168,678 

231,581 


6, 


74 117,781 
jlO 154,768 


115,009 
150,400 


2,772 55, 
4,368 80, 


71 52,969 
67 78,625 


2,202 
2,242 


700 
2,556 


70C 
2,556 




59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


, , , 137 
72,395 


57,098 
69,381 


3, 
3, 


>39 

114 




,4 , 

51, 


09 43,079 
.23 50,057 


1,630 
1,366 


320 

750 


32C 

75C 




60 


1950... 


61 

62 
63 
64 
65 
66 


Subunits not Included in multiple 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 

1950... 


117 
208 
219 
538 
171 
309 


111 
192 
211 
520 
164 
302 




1( 134 

5 139 
18 305 

i . 3 
193 


123 
134 
293 
98 

190 


3 

11 

5 
12 
5 
3 


36 33 
61 57 
72 69 
95 19C 

59 

01 98 


3 
3 

3 


14 


2 
14 
3 




67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


48 
229 

10,245 
18,504 


218 

10,199 
18,027 




1 36 
46 6,720 


36 
103 

6,687 
14,367 


9 

33 3, 

311 2, 


11 10 
94 92 

28 3,415 
87 2,545 


1 
2 

13 
142 


11 

361 


11 
361 




68 
69 


1950... 
Land in aubunits not included 


70 


1950... 



ARKANSAS 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



133 



Area 


5-Continued 










Are 


*6 














Color and tenure of 
operator— Con, 




1 operators 










Color and 


.enure of 


operator 










Tenants 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


Nan 
White vhl 


x Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


Whit 


Non- 
e white 




36 
48 


28 
37 


8 36" 
11 453 


324 

410 


43 
43 


235 

306 


208 
283 


27 
23 


94 

95 


87 

84 


7 
11 


8 
15 


8 

15 




30 
37 




21 9 
28 9 


1 
2 


92 

150 


119 


18 1,275 

31 1,440 


1,170 
1,348 


105 
92 


709 
945 


649 

897 


60 
48 


357 
278 


340 
254 


17 
24 


98 

118 


98 
118 




111 
99 




83 28 
79 20 


3 

4 


36 


28 
36 


8 356 
11 427 


313 
384 


43 
43 


224 
281 


197 
258 


27 
23 


94 
95 


87 

84 


7 
11 


8 

15 


8 

15 




30 
36 




21 9 

27 9 


5 

6 


56 
103 


46 
83 


10 919 
20 1,013 


85" 
964 


62 
49 


485 
664 


452 

639 


33 
25 


263 
183 


253 
170 


10 
13 


90 
103 


90 
103 




81 

63 




62 19 
52 11 


7 
8 


15,211 
19,444 


13,602 1,( 
17,820 1,( 


09 200,276 
24 214,551 


193,908 
208,426 


6,368 
6,125 


93,634 
127,122 


90,267 
123,987 


3,367 
3,135 


70,880 
40,304 


68,770 
38,048 


2,110 
2,256 


20,522 
35,860 


20,522 
35,860 




15,240 
11,265 


14,. 
10,. 


149 891 
31 734 


9 

10 


14,227 
17,616 


12,750 1,1 
16,326 1,; 


175,878 

>90 189,436 


170,454 
184,039 


5,424 
5,397 


79,273 
110,444 


76,387 
107,766 


2,886 
2,678 


63,655 
35,484 


61,756 
33,403 


1,899 

2,081 


19,301 
33,618 


19,301 
33,618 




13,649 
9,890 


13. C 

9.. 


10 639 
52 638 


11 
i; 


984 
1,828 


852 
1,494 


32 24,398 
34 25,115 


23,454 
24,387 


944 
728 


14,361 
16,678 


13,880 
16,221 


481 
457 


7,225 
4,820 


7,014 
4,645 


211 

175 


1,221 
2,242 


1,221 
2,242 




1,591 
1,375 


1. 
1,. 


39 252 
79 96 


13 
14 


5,999 
8,187 


5,569 i 
7,118 1, 


30 60,153 
169 53,867 


57,977 
57,924 


2,176 
1,943 


24,833 
32, 114 


23,991 
31,300 


842 
814 


19,908 
11,281 


19,230 
10,657 


678 
624 


6,412 
11,661 


6,412 
11,661 




9,000 
4,811 


8,- 
4,_ 


144 656 
06 505 


15 
L6 


28 
36 


20 
31 


8 273 
5 373 


237 
337 


36 
36 


172 
259 


149 
239 


23 

20 


71 
77 


65 
68 


6 

9 


7 
12 


12 




23 
25 




16 7 
18 7 


17 
18 


39 
59 


27 
46 


12 537 

13 755 


477 
698 


60 

57 


334 
515 


299 

480 


35 

35 


143 
127 


131 

115 


12 

12 


20 
68 


20 
68 




- 
45 




27 13 
35 10 


19 
2( 


667 
1,106 


511 
943 


56 8,879 
63 9,783 


8,411 
9,386 


468 
397 


4,253 
6,333 


4,041 
6,099 


212 

234 


3,031 
1,971 


2,877 
1,870 


154 
101 


773 
1,111 


773 
1,111 




822 
368 




20 102 
06 62 


21 
22 


9,839 
23,942 


9,057 
22,445 1,1 


82 137,304 

97 175,782 


103,749 
169,963 


3,555 
5,819 


48,940 
109,975 


47,150 
106,661 


1,790 
3,314 


37,259 
31,561 


36,314 
30,361 


945 
1,200 


11,236 
26,036 


11,236 
26,036 




9,869 
8,210 


9,C 
6,' 


149 820 
105 1,305 


23 

24 


35 

46 


27 
36 


8 333 

10 409 


292 

371 


41 
38 


205 
272 


180 
253 


25 

19 


91 
89 


84 
78 


7 
11 


8 
15 


8 

15 




29 
33 




20 9 
25 8 


25 

26 


78 
135 


61 

109 


17 1,040 
26 1,123 


947 
1,054 


93 
69 


521 

708 


473 
675 


48 
33 


317 
221 


300 
200 


17 

21 


95 

111 


95 
111 




107 
83 




79 28 
68 15 


27 
28 


2,806 

5,376 


2,615 
4,644 


91 24,261 
32 25,746 


22,973 
24,776 


1,288 
970 


9,846 

14,388 


9,417 
14,060 


429 
328 


8,781 
5,562 


8,411 
5,257 


370 
305 


2,266 

3,071 


2,266 
3,071 




3,368 
2,725 


2, 

2, 


179 489 
88 337 


29 

.0 


1,558 
2,242 


1,475 
2.040 


83 15,689 
>02 11,859 


14,815 
11,444 


874 
415 


6,013 

6,543 


5,779 
6,430 


234 
113 


5,412 
2,513 


5,136 
2,395 


276 

118 


1,743 
1,594 


1,594 




2,521 
1,209 


2, 

1, 


57 364 
25 184 


31 
32 


1 


1 


8 
5 


8 
5 




4 
2 


4 
2 




3 


3 






2 


2 




1 
1 




1 

1 


13 

34 


1 


1 


13 


13 




7 
2 


2 




4 


4 






3 


3 




2 

2 




2 
2 


15 
36 


150 


150 


3,980 
2,606 


3,980 
2,606 




1,395 

316 


1,395 

316 




1,575 


1,575 






1,740 


1,740 




1,010 

550 


1, 


10 

50 


37 
38 


6,000 


6,000 


218,190 
124,793 


218,190 
124,793 




85,890 
11,313 


85,890 
11,313 




58,300 


58,300 






77,730 


77,730 




74,000 
35,750 


74, 
35, 


XX) 
50 


39 

40 


1 


1 


16 
20 


£ 


2 


15 
18 


15 


2 
3 


1 
2 


1 
1 


1 


















41 


1 


1 


21 
20 


19 


I 


19 

18 


17 
15 


2 
3 


2 
2 


2 

1 


1 


















A3 

44 


2 


2 


44 
27 


40 
23 


\ 


43 
24 


39 

21 


3 


1 
3 


1 
2 


1 


















45 

46 


250 


250 


17,189 
9,160 


16,739 
7,340 


450 
1,820 


17,039 
7,760 


16,589 
6,340 


450 
1,420 


150 
1,400 


150 
1,000 


400 


















47 

-r. 


23 
38 


15 

30 


8 295 

8 405 


258 
366 


yi 

39 


188 
273 


162 
252 


26 
21 


82 
86 


75 
76 


7 
10 


8 
13 


8 
13 




17 
33 




13 4 
25 8 


49 

50 


57 
219 


34 

169 


23 1,372 
50 2,323 


1,268 
2,172 


104 

151 


765 
1,480 


701 
1,404 


64 

76 


405 
465 


376 
421 


29 
44 


130 
235 


130 
235 




72 
143 




61 11 
12 31 


51 


100 
174 


82 
142 


18 1,903 
32 2,419 


1,787 
2,294 


116 
125 


1,053 
1,573 


988 
1,503 


65 
70 


524 
422 


501 
389 


23 
33 


189 
300 


189 
300 




137 
124 




09 28 
02 22 


■'1 

54 


15,308 
20,222 


13,699 1, 
18,574 1, 


>09 223,827 
>48 248,837 


217,154 
242,006 


6,673 
6,831 


105,037 
146,469 


101,529 
142,935 


3,508 
3,534 


78,912 
45,495 


76,638 
42,962 


2,274 
2,533 


23,719 
45,061 


23,719 
45,061 




16,159 
11,812 


15, 
11, 


68 891 
J48 764 


55 
56 






180,349 


175,998 
184,723 


4,351 
4,243 


105,037 
146,469 


101,529 
142,935 


3,508 
3,534 


57,236 
30,852 


56,393 
30,143 


843 
709 


18,076 
11,645 


18,076 
11,645 










57 

58 


15,308 
20,222 


13,699 1, 
18,574 1, 


09 43,478 
j4S 59,871 


41,156 
57,283 


2,322 
2,588 








21,676 
14,643 


20,245 
12,819 


1,431 
1,824 


5,643 
33,416 


5,643 
33,416 




16,159 
11,812 


15, 
11, 


68 891 
)48 764 


59 

Mi 


11 
8 
24 

12 


10 
8 
23 

7 
11 


116 

1 196 

628 
1 979 

587 
1 701 


110 
175 
617 
946 
577 
689 


6 

21 

11 
33 
10 
12 


74 
126 
344 
628 
321 


70 
112 
339 
606 
317 
449 


4 
14 

5 
22 

8 


29 

44 
167 
144 
158 

99 


27 
39 
161 
135 
152 
95 


5 

9 
6 


6 
15 
91 

182 
87 

128 


15 
91 

182 
87 

128 




7 
11 
26 
25 
21 
17 




7 

9 2 
20 

23 2 
.1 
17 


61 
62 

64 
1 5 

1.1 


12 


1 
12 


41 
278 


40 
257 


1 
21 


23 


22 

157 


1 
14 


9 
45 


9 

40 


5 


54 


54 




5 

8 




5 
6 


68 


97 
778 


97 

754 


23,551 

24 34,286 


23,246 

33,580 


305 

70f 


11,403 
19,347 


11,262 
18,948 


141 
399 


8,032 
5,191 


7,868 
4,914 


164 
277 


3,197 
9,201 


3,197 
9,201 




919 
547 




19 

17 30 


,'< 



134 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 7a 




All operators 


Color and tenure of operator 




Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


white 


Total 


Whit 


Non- 
e white 


Total 


White 


vh: 


^ Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


1 




1,701 
1,695 


1,611 
1,598 


90 
97 


590 
680 




J49 41 
J8 42 


509 
409 


487 
390 




2 17 

L9 39 


17 
39 




■' 


1950. . . 


1 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


6,388 

7,371 


6,108 
7,080 


280 
291 


2,137 
2,671 


2, 

2, 


335 102 
)69 102 


2,111 
1,940 


2,007 
1,843 


1 


V. 171 
71 732 


171 
732 




4 


1950. . . 


5 




1,611 
1,555 


1,523 
1,459 


88 
96 


504 
553 




.65 39 
)12 41 


507 
404 


485 
385 




'2 16 
L9 36 


16 
36 




6 


1950. . . 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


4,777 
5,816 


4,585 
5,621 


192 
195 


1,633 
2,118 


1, 
2, 


)70 63 
357 61 


1,604 
1,536 


1,522 

1,458 




J2 155 
78 696 


155 
696 




8 


1950... 


9 

Hi 


Land In multiple-unit operations. . .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


768, 517 
671,892 


747,852 
652,645 


20,665 
19,247 


269,710 
259,691 


264, 
254, 


390 5,620 
a07 5,084 


294,491 
213,783 


283,584 
203,390 


10,9 

0, ' 


07 30,709 
33 56,826 


30,709 
56,826 




11 




624,014 
518,765 


607,136 
503,430 


16,878 
15,335 


204,561 
194,039 


200, 
190, 


362 4,199 
503 3,736 


244, 578 
168,774 


235,324 

160,038 


},2 

8,7 


54 28, 137 
36 44,038 


28,137 
44,038 




12 


1950... 


1 t 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


144,503 

153,127 


140,716 
149,215 


3,787 
3,912 


65,149 
65,652 


63, 
64, 


728 1,421 
J04 1,348 


49,913 
45,009 


48,260 
43,352 


!,6 
1,6 


53 2,572 
57 12,788 


2,572 
12,788 




14 


1950. . . 


15 
16 


1949. . . 


444,922 
353,073 


435,134 
343,795 


9,788 
9,278 


123,151 
112,865 


120, 
110, 


>88 2, 563 
>21 2,644 


177,694 
109,628 


172,863 
105,587 


4,8 
4,0 


31 14,069 
41 30,443 


14,069 
30,443 




17 
IS 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


1,106 
1,239 


1,039 

1,157 


67 
82 


357 

477 




26 31 

.40 37 


333 
311 


317 
296 




16 11 
15 31 


11 
31 




19 
20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


2,022 
2,805 


1,897 
2,648 


125 
157 


727 
1,098 


1, 


67 bO 
339 59 


583 
739 


548 
687 




35 29 

52 137 


29 

137 




21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


34,018 
46,036 


32,697 
44,420 


1,321 
1,616 


12,925 

16,703 


!2, 
16, 


,64 461 
30 473 


11,121 
13,758 


10, 599 
13,059 


5 
6 


22 458 
99 2,809 


458 
2,809 




.'J 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


382,401 


372,675 
883,389 


9,726 
23,303 


143,006 
334,726 


139, 
327, 


L15 3,891 
69 7,257 


129,075 
274,428 


125,609 
263, 929 


3,4 

ID,, 


66 8,854 
99 61,235 


8,854 
61,235 




25 

J' 


1949. . . 


1,653 
1,629 


1,563 
1,532 


90 
97 


563 

641 




22 41 
J9 42 


492 
369 


470 
370 




22 17 
19 38 


17 
38 




27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


5,827 
6,736 


5,560 
6,472 


267 
264 


1,821 
2,324 


1, 
2, 


27 94 
3- 90 


1,933 
1,779 


1,832 
1,689 


1 


01 165 
90 697 


165 

697 




29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


175,531 
210,572 


170,513 
204,955 


5,018 
5,617 


46,357 
59,144 


57, 


91 1,366 
-44 1,700 


64,798 
62,798 


62,751 
60,695 


2,C 
2,1 


147 5,819 
03 18, 902 


5,819 
18,902 




31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


143,795 
158,418 


140,416 
154, 913 


3,379 

3,505 


36,344 

43,538 


35, 
42, 


31 913 
09 929 


52,959 
47,995 


51,642 
46,558 


V 

1,4 


17 5,167 
37 15,183 


5,167 
15,183 




33 
34 


1949... 


192 
99 


189 
96 


3 
3 


67 
50 




66 1 
49 1 


9- 
35 


93 
34 




1 4 
1 2 


2 




15 

36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


245 

132 


242 
129 


3 
3 


7c 
63 




75 1 
62 1 


133 
52 


132 

51 




1 4 
1 2 


2 




17 

38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


47, 888 

19,589 


47,298 
19,184 


590 
405 


13,596 
8,325 


13, 
8, 


56 40 

17 8 


26,850 
9,394 


2b, 350 
9,014 




00 1,120 
80 235 


1,120 
235 




39 
40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,832,897 
941,811 


2,817,097 
916,561 


15,800 
23,250 


853,905 
408,099 


851, 
407, 


105 2,000 
99 400 


1,553,105 

435,112 


1.541,105 
413,112 


12. 


XJ0 68,400 
XX) 11,000 


68,400 
11,000 




41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


: 


2 
















1 


1 














43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


s 


2 
















i 


1 














45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


2 


2 
















1 


1 














47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


389 


389 
















264 


264 














49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


591 
1,222 


532 
1,132 


90 


232 
452 


l 


00 32 

U 39 


184 
310 


173 
293 




11 b 
17 33 


33 




51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


2,001 
6,259 


1,827 
5,899 


174 

360 


871 
2,372 


2,. 


69 102 
48 124 


633 
1,602 


603 
1,502 




30 35 

00 566 


35 
566 




53 


Landlord-tenant operations containing Multiple unita: 


7,740 

9,515 


7,425 
9,184 


315 
331 


2,871 

3,710 


2/ 

3, 


55 lib 
94 116 


2,597 
2,545 


2,478 
2,422 




19 243 
L23 1,038 


243 
1,038 




54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


910, 864 
857,476 


888,723 
836,429 


22, 141 
21,047 


358,236 
330,421 


351, ' 
324, ( 


160 6,276 
63 5,558 


339,689 
277,691 


327, 998 
265,972 


: , 

: , 


3 91 37,248 
'19 97,200 


37,248 

97,200 




56 


1950. . . 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit. -acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


580,088 
567, 815 


564,632 
552,951 


15,456 
14,864 


358,236 
330,421 


351/ 
324, £ 


160 6,276 

63 5,558 


194, 580 
165,132 


185,400 
155,826 


9, 
9, 


180 27,272 
)06 72,262 


27,272 
72,262 




59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


330,776 
289,661 


324,091 
283,478 


' . 85 
6,183 








145,109 
112,559 


142, 598 
110, L46 


2,; 

2,4 


11 9, 976 
13 24,938 


9,976 
24,938 




60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not included in multiple 


423 
525 
1,352 
2,144 
1,198 
1,218 


405 
512 
1,317 
2,104 
1,169 
1,191 


18 
13 
35 
40 
29 
27 


206 
277 
734 
1,039 
650 
613 


] 
' 
t 


96 10 
70 7 
20 14 
25 14 
37 13 
07 6 


169 
159 
486 
605 
438 
358 


165 
153 
471 
579 
423 
337 




4 10 
6 22 
15 72 
26 306 
15 70 
21 126 


10 
22 
72 

306 
70 

126 




62 
63 
64 

65 


1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


154 
926 

142,347 
185,584 


14-8 
913 

140,871 
183,784 


13 
1,476 


84 
426 

88,526 


i 

87, £ 

70/ 


83 1 
18 8 

70 656 


48 
247 

45,198 

o3,908 


48 
242 

44,414 

62,582 


. 7 

M 


2 

5 180 

V. 6,539 


2 

180 

6,539 




68 
69 


1950... 
Land in subunits not included 


70 


1950... 


:. 


100 


70,7. 




56 47 


. 


6 40,37 


. 


40,374 



ARKANSAS 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



135 







Area 7b 




Color and tenun 
operator— Can 


; of 














Color and 


tenure of 


operator 










Tenants 










Pull owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


Non- 
tfhite whit< 




Total 


White 


Non- 
whlt< 


Total 


White 


white 


Tot! 


1 White 


Non- 
white 


Tote 


1 White 


white 




585 
567 


558 
531 


27 
36 


458 


433 
450 


27 


152 
192 


145 

188 




7 17 
4 14 


3 162 
9 134 


11 
15 




11 11 
6 6 






122 11 
130 12 


5 7 
2 8 


1 
2 


1,969 
2,028 


1,895 
1,936 


74 
92 


1,650 
1,663 


1,585 
1,568 




513 

680 


497 
672 


1 


6 66 
8 55 


7 637 

484 


30 
66 




96 96 
3? 35 






374 35 
398 37 


5 19 
7 21 


3 


58* 
562 


557 
526 


27 
36 


443 
441 


418 
414 


25 

2" 


140 
157 


133 
153 




7 17 
4 14 


1 160 
8 133 


11 
15 




11 11 






121 11 
130 1. 


4 7 
2 3 


5 
6 


1,385 
1,466 


1,338 

1,410 


47 
56 


1,207 
1,222 


1,167 

1,154 


-: 


373 
523 


364 

519 




9 49 
« 40 


6 477 
2 351 


19 
51 




85 85 
29 29 






253 24 

268 2-: 


1 12 
5 13 


7 

a 


173,607 
141,592 


169,469 
137,822 


4,138 
3,770 


325,596 
269,825 


321,669 3,9 
263,152 6,6 


27 


84,704 
100,124 


83,978 
99,789 


72 
33 


6 149,20 
5 99,69 


2 147,018 
9 94,347 


2,184 
5,352 


43, 
25, 


597 43,697 
480 25,480 




47, 
44, 


993 46,97 
522 43, 53 


6 1,017 
6 986 


9 

1 


146,738 
111,914 


143,313 
109,051 


3,425 
2,863 


270,633 
223,691 


267,336 3,2 
217,869 5.8 


.2 


69,687 
79,286 


69,095 

79,006 


59 
28 


2 122,58 
84,13 


5 120,737 
9 79,435 


1,849 
4,704 


37, 
21, 


D34 37,034 
773 21,773 




41, 
38, 


326 40,47 
493 37, 65 


3 856 
5 838 


11 
12 


26,869 
29,678 


26,156 
28,771 


713 
907 


54,963 
46,134 


54,333 6 
45,283 8 


K 
51 


15,017 
20,838 


14,883 
20,783 


13 
5 


i 26,61 
5 15, 56 


5 26,281 
3 14,912 


335 
648 


6, 
3, 


563 6,663 

707 3,707 




6, 


567 6, 50 
329 5,88 


5 161 
1 148 


1 ! 
14 


130,008 
100,137 


127,614 
97,544 


2,394 
2,593 


157,841 
135,406 


155,545 2,2 
131,805 3.6 


Jl 


36,105 
48,764 


35,778 
48,630 


32 

13 


7 74,24 
; 50,47 


9 73,042 
9 47,718 


1,207 
2,761 


6, 


s28 11,628 
221 6,221 




35, 
29, 


359 35,09 
942 29,23 


7 762 
5 706 


15 
16 


405 

420 


385 
390 


20 
30 


234 

301 


216 
281 


L8 
2C 


65 
101 


60 
98 




5 8 
3 10 


76 

90 


9 

11 




5 5 






78 7 
94 1 8 


4 
3 6 


1? 
18 


683 
831 


653 
785 


30 
46 


443 
499 


409 
468 


- 

n 


139 
192 


134 
186 




5 16 

3 16 


3 141 

3 145 


19 
18 




21 21 
9 9 






123 11 
135 12 


3 10 
3 7 


19 

20 


9,514 
12.766 


9,176 
12,322 


338 

444 


4,711 

t.438 


4,364 3 
6,010 4 


VI 

3 


982 
2,172 


933 
2,145 


4 
2 


3 2,14 
7 2,22 


j 1,895 
J 1,887 


251 
342 




380 380 

.97 497 




1, 
1, 


203 1,15 
540 1,48 


b 47 
1 59 


21 
22 


101.466 
236,303 


99.097 
230,756 


2,369 
5,547 


67,171 
162,845 


63,617 3,5 
156,205 6,6. 


- 


15,402 
64,835 


14,857 
64,305 


54 
531 


5 28,85 
3 49,661 


I 26,607 
3 44,805 


2,244 
4,855 


5, 
13, 


>10 5,610 

155 13,155 




!7, 
35, 


308 lb, 54 
195 33,94 


3 765 
3 1,255 


23 
24 


581 
561 


554 
525 


27 
36 


404 

419 


379 
392 


7 


126 
163 


119 
159 




7 15 
12 


) 144 
J 113 


11 
15 




9 9 
6 






14 10 
122 11 


7 7 

8 


25 
26 


1.908 
1,936 


1.836 
1,852 


72 
84 


1,333 
1,382 


1,272 
1,311 


: 

n 


374 
564 


360 
556 


1. 


54 
3 .2 


513 
) 386 


29 
43 




81 81 
28 28 






361 34 


3 18 

20 


27 
28 


58.557 
69,728 


56,952 
67,914 


1,605 
1 , 814 


41,665 
55,973 


40,287 \ t y 
53,371 2,U 


a 

2 


8,288 
16,363 


8,119 
16,278 


16 

8 


> 17,75 
5 20,82, 


17,053 
18,914 


703 
1,908 


2,, 
1, 


.43 2,443 

.93 1,493 




13, 
17, 


78 12,67 
>95 16,68 


506 
> 609 


29 
3C 


49,325 
51,702 


48,176 
50,563 


1.149 


28,851 
34,393 


28,045 9 
32,833 1,5 


■ 
... 


10.418 


6,031 
10,367 


8" 

5 


7 11,64, 
13,15 


11,256 
11, 970 


388 
1,182 


1. 
1, 


20 1,520 
313 1,013 




9, 

9, 


>69 9, 23 
ilO 9,48 


J 331 
3 327 


51 
32 


27 
12 


26 

11 


1 
1 


195 
142 


195 
141 


i 


63 
63 


63 

63 




91 
5> 


90 
53 


1 




7 7 
2 2 






35 3 

23 2 


... 
... 


33 
34 


32 
15 


31 

14 


1 
1 


278 

207 


278 
206 


! 


82 
93 


82 
93 




13 
7 


1 139 
73 


1 




13 13 
6 6 






44 4. 

34 3 




35 
36 


6,322 
1.635 


6,272 
1,618 


50 
17 


48,859 
30,873 


48,859 
30,783 


k 


12, 311 
12,496 


12,311 




25,24 
11,27 


25,246 

11,182 


90 


3, 
1, 


)35 3,035 
75 1,675 




8, 


67 8,26 
30 5,43 


... 
1 


37 
38 


357.487 
87,600 

1 


355,687 
86,750 

1 


1,800 
850 


2,890,127 
1,475,808 


2,890,127 
1,470,808 5,01 

1 




756,255 

603,429 

i 


756,255 
603,429 




1,436, 
540, 


1 

14 


1,436,716 
535,341 


5,000 


197, 
83, 


00 197,100 
00 83,200 




500, 
248, 


156 500,05 
38 248,83 


... 


59 

40 

41 
42 


1 
125 


1 

1 

125 




1 

1 

300 


1 

1 

3O0 




1 

1 

300 


1 

1 

300 
























43 
44 

45 
46 

47 
48 


169 

427 


153 
393 


16 

34 


245 
335 


228 

314 




77 
131 


71 
127 




10 
Hi 


1 » 
100 


8 
12 




9 9 
5 5 






51 

87 8. 


• 


49 

50 


462 
1,719 


420 
1,583 


42 
136 


856 

1,561 


814 ' 
1,473 


8 


229 
632 


216 

616 


1_ 
1( 


44< 
57' 


427 
523 


22 

54 




56 56 

70 70 






22 11 
82 Zbi 


■; 

18 


51 

^2 


2,029 
2,222 


1,949 
2,130 


80 
J2 


2,081 
2,186 


2,011 

2,080 If 


• 


720 
937 


702 
928 


1! 


82. 

72. 


649 


33 
74 




155 
88 88 




; 


83 36' 
38 41 


L9 

23 


53 

54 


175,691 

152,164 


171, 517 
148.394 


4.174 
3,770 


376,328 
314,541 


372,350 3,9" 
307,607 6,9: 


9 

U 


115,888 
126,809 


115,142 
126,394 


746 
41 


..... 


108,692 


2,215 
5,485 


47,6 
27,! 


78 47,678 
25 27,825 




48/ 


.1 
30 44,69i 


1,017 


55 

'.'■ 








258,276 
226,465 


256,389 1,8< 
223,560 2,9C 


' 


115,888 
126,809 


115,142 
126,394 


746 

41 


109,21< 
72,151 


108,078 
69,661 


1,141 
2,490 


33,1 

?7,: 


69 33,169 
05 27,505 










57 
58 


175,691 
152,164 


171,517 
148,394 


4,174 
3,770 


118,052 
88,076 


115,961 2,0' 
84,047 4,0, 


' 








54,79! 
42,02* 


53,721 
39,031 


1,074 
2,995 


14,; 
; 


09 14,509 

20 320 




48,' 


48 47,73 
30 44,696 


1,017 
1,034 


59 
60 


ig 

60 
194 

40 
121 


34 
67 

54 
194 

39 
121 


4 
6 

1 


138 
158 
431 
523 
334 
345 


134 

426 
512 
329 
336 


s 

i 

5 

9 


62 
74 
207 
257 
175 
158 


60 
73 
205 
256 
173 
158 


i 

1 
i 

1 
2 


55 
56 
156 
173 
97 

116 


57 
53 
153 
165 
94 
108 


2 
3 
3 
8 
3 
8 




9 9 

3 3 

59 59 
53 53 
57 57 
43 43 






8 t 
25 24 

9 S 
40 36 

5 5 
23 


1 
2 

1 


61 

■■2 
63 
64 
65 
66 


20 
73 


15 
73 


5 


97 

178 


97 
176 


2 


32 
99 


32 
98 


; 


59 
57 


i 
57 






2 2 

10 10 






4 

12 1 1 


1 


68 


2.084 
10, 572 


2,048 
10, 572 


36 


50,732 
44,716 


50,681 

44.455 26 


1 
: 


31,184 
26,685 


31,164 
26,605 


2C 
8C 


14,812 

14,478 


14,781 
14,345 


31 
133 


3,5 
2,3 


81 3,981 
45 2,345 




7 
1,2 


55 755 
08 1, 160 


48 


69 
70 



136 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 8a 




All operators 








Color and ter 


ure of operator 










Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


white 


Total 


Whit 


B vhi 


^ Total 


White 


white Tota 


1 Whi 


tc white 


1 

2 


Multiple-unit operations number 1954... 

1950... 


2,482 
2,765 


1,920 
2,140 


562 
625 


804 
999 




75 
97 


29 801 
02 650 


638 
525 


163 
125 


Jl 


96 2 
Jl 


3 
4 


Subunits In multiple-unit 

1950... 


13,185 
15,931 


11,253 
14,144 


1,932 
1,787 


3,810 
4,919 


3/ 


36 
76 


74 4,3o3 
43 4,575 


3,773 
4,163 


590 1/ 

412 2, 


99 1/ 
92 2, 


71 28 

92 


5 


Home farms number 1954 


2,323 

2,505 


1,800 
1,885 


523 

620 


648 
750 


t 


57 
52 


91 801 
98 647 


638 
523 


163 
124 


98 
.26 


96 2 
26 


6 


1950. . . 


7 
S 


1950. . . 


10,862 
13,426 


9,453 
12,259 


1,409 
1,167 


3,162 
4,169 


2, 
3/ 


79 
24 


83 3,562 
45 3,928 


3,135 
3,640 


427 1, 
288 2, 


01 1,. 
166 2, 


75 26 
)66 


9 


Land In multiple-unit operations. . .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,076,090 
1,057,327 


990,447 
985,657 


85,643 
71,670 


255,515 
289,919 


225,' 
267,! 


02 30,] 
52 22/ 


13 417,923 
167 344,086 


383,331 
323,864 


34,592 150, 
20,222 173, 


20 149/ 
36 173, 


83 1,037 
36 


11 
12 


1950... 


888,297 
831,229 


823,594 

776,338 


64,703 
54,891 


191,256 
210,305 


170, t 
193, f 


62 20, 

82 16/ 


94 356,733 
23 276,478 


328,740 
260,742 


27,9 


B 129, 

13 L44, 


62 128, 
00 144, 


81 781 

00 


13 

14 


1950. . . 


187,793 
226,098 


166,853 

209,319 


20,940 
16,779 


64,259 
79,614 


54,' 
73/ 


40 9, 
170 5/ 


19 61,190 
44 67,608 


54,591 
63,122 


6,5< 
4,4 


9 21/ 

6 29, 


58 21,. 
J6 29, 


02 256 

36 


15 
16 


1949... 


766,549 
707,259 


708,735 
659,356 


57,814 
47,903 


166,375 
181,573 


147,/ 
168/ 


69 18/ 
38 12/ 


K)6 283,563 
35 229,025 


261,697 
216,256 


21,» 
12,7 


)6 109, 
9 107, 


148 108, 
15 107, 


80 868 

15 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


1,845 
1,967 


1,368 
1,458 


477 
509 


573 
674 




97 
01 


76 613 
73 504 


467 
395 


! 
1 


6 

)9 


78 

02 


76 2 
02 


19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


4,489 
4,964 


3,447 
4,061 


1,042 
903 


1,458 
1,601 


M 

1/ 


63 
96 


95 1,419 
05 1,338 


1,076 
1,129 


2( 


3 
19 


76 i 
55 


56 20 
55 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


65,457 
82,689 


55,405 
74,002 


10,052 
8,687 


17,695 
26,243 


14,- 
23, < 


• 

>44 2, 


32 23,149 
99 23,273 


19,347 
20,992 


3,8 
2,2 


2 9, 
1 13, 


26 9,. 
141 13,. 


10 116 

141 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


1,138,783 
1,749,647 


1,017,334 
1,600,015 


121,449 
149,632 


300,766 
590,716 


259, ( 
541, 


87 41/ 
12 48, 


179 358,752 
04 456,586 


317,602 
422,612 


O, 1 
35,9 


30 209, 
H 289, 


09 205, 
67 289,, 


99 4,110 
67 


25 
26 


1949... 


2,468 
2,739 


1,908 

2,116 


560 
623 


797 
983 




69 
82 


28 795 
01 645 


633 
520 


1< 
U 


2 
5 


98 
Jl 


96 2 

Jl 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


12,788 
15,239 


10,891 
13,522 


1,897 
1,717 


3,596 
4,629 


2,i 

4, 


>43 
13 


53 4,261 
16 4,374 


3,682 

3,981 


5' 
3< 


9 1,. 
3 2, 


87 1,' 
-32 2, 


59 28 
J2 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


365,707 
455,068 


334,546 
423,313 


31,161 
31,755 


79,643 
114,805 


69,' 

106/ 


12 10,. 
51 7, 


31 138,166 
54 143,211 


126,650 
135,227 


11,5 
7,9! 


6 47, 
4 64, 


JO 46, 
95 64, 


98 432 

95 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


351,661 
380,405 


324,005 
359,503 


27,656 
20,902 


78,283 
90,728 


68/ 
85, 


78 9,. 
90 4, 


05 124,902 
3S 124,797 


115,709 

119,827 


9,1 
4,9' 


3 50, 
55,. 


12 50,< 
29 55,. 


56 356 

29 


33 
34 


1949... 


114 

24 


110 
23 


1 


22 




22 

8 


60 
12 


11 




1 


9 

1 


9 

1 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


127 
33 


123 
32 


i 


25 
9 




9 


19 


65 
18 




4 

1 


10 
1 


10 
1 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


29,000 
7,158 


28,873 
7,058 


127 
100 


4,787 
1,915 


1/ 


15 


15,269 

4,110 


15,142 
4,010 


IS 
1( 


7 3, 


28 3/ 

05 t 


28 
05 


39 

40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


1,708,673 
341,045 


1,701,283 
337,045 


7,390 
4,000 


249,165 
107,720 


249, 

107, 


65 
20 


'-•/■■'■ 
178,010 


908,808 
174,010 


., 


176, 
10 33, 


100 176/ 
15 33/ 


mo 

15 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 




1 


1 


1 






1 1 


1 










43 
44 


6ubunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3 


1 


: 


.' 






.: ... 


1 










45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


2 


1 




1 






i i 


1 










47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


900 


300 


600 


oOO 






00 300 


300 










49 
50 


Horses and/cr mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,246 

1,911 


844 
1,348 


402 
563 


410 
606 


i 


53 
25 


57 437 
81 482 


313 
372 


i; 
li 


4 



73 

04 


71 2 
04 


51 
52 


number 1954.. . 
1950... 


6,210 
14,254 


4,816 
11,898 


1,394 
2,356 


1,995 


1,- 
3/ 


39 

86 


56 2,041 
60 3,940 


1,628 
3,426 


41 
51 


J ' 
4 2, 


21 f 
)08 2/ 


93 28 

108 


53 


landlord-tenant operations containing Multiple units: 


15,284 
20,031 


13,086 
17,897 


2,198 
2,134 


4,531 
6,309 


3, 
5, 


98 < 
97 


33 5,192 
12 5,812 


4,509 
5,285 


6! 


3 1/ 
7 3, 


09 1," 
70 3,1 


79 30 

70 


54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


1,219,328 
1,275,156 


1,121,577 
1,193,599 


97,751 
81,557 


313,462 
359,138 


275,1 
332/ 


J8 38,. 


24 483,168 
68 423,756 


445,175 
399,462 


37, 9< 
24,21 


3 163/ 
14 227/ 


24 162/ 

15 227/ 


24 1,100 
15 


56 


1950. . . 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


698,839 
774,406 


639,842 
733,800 


58,997 
40,606 


313,462 
359,138 


275,1 
332/ 


38 38,. 
70 26/ 


24 252,369 
68 226,879 


232,796 
212,741 


19,5 

14,1 


3 133/ 

ie 188,. 


108 131/ 
89 188/ 


08 1,100 
89 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


520,489 

500,750 


481,735 
459,799 


38,754 
40,951 








230,799 
196,877 


212,379 
186,721 


- : ,4 

10,1 


£ 30/ 
* 39/ 


16 30/ 
26 39/ 


16 
26 


60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not included in multiple 


631 
929 
2,099 
4,100 
1,594 
2,160 

505 
1,940 

143,238 
217,829 


513 
781 
1,833 
3,753 
1,402 
1,983 

431 

1,770 

131,130 
207,942 


118 
14 8 
266 

34? 
192 
177 

74 
170 

12,108 
9,887 


251 
368 

1,390 

507 
791 

214 
599 

57,947 
69,219 


1 
1/ 

1 

49/ 

64/ 


85 

06 

62 1 

21 1 

98 1 

11 

64 
10 

36 8,2 
18 4,4 


66 250 
62 283 
59 829 
69 1,237 
09 651 
80 710 

50 178 
89 527 

11 65,245 
01 79,670 


209 
236 
736 
1,122 
578 
648 

158 
474 

61,844 
75,598 


4 
4 

11 
r 
c 

2 

'. 

3,4C 
4,0^ 


1 
7 

3 : 

5 

3 2 

2 t 



3 '. 

1 13,C 

2 53/ 


47 

83 

10 3 

78 S 

57 2 
07 4 

53 

71 

04 12,9 
79] 53,7 


45 2 

83 

08 2 

78 

56 1 

07 

52 1 

71 

41 63 

79 


62 
63 
64 
65 


1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


66 
67 


1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


68 
69 


1950... 
Land in subunits not Included 


70 


1950... 



ARKANSAS 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



13' 



Area 


fa-Cent 


aued 




Area 8h 




Color and tenure 
opera tor— Can 


of 


All operators 










Color and tenure of 


operator 










Tenante 


Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


white 




779 
985 


611 
687 


168 
298 


891 
1,177 


712 
879 


179 
298 


310 

501 


246 
393 


64 
108 


316 
258 


249 
189 


67 
69 


43 


43 
61 




222 

357 


174 
236 


48 
121 


1 

2 


3,513 
4,245 


2,9~3 
3,413 


540 
832 


4,384 
5,913 


3,844 
5,062 


540 
851 


1,306 


1,129 
1,894 


177 
280 


1,585 

1,432 


1,345 
1,224 


240 
258 


702 
1,002 


702 
1,002 




791 
1,255 


668 
942 


123 
313 


3 


776 
982 


609 

684 


167 
298 


854 
1,072 


675 

777 


179 
295 


274 

409 


210 
303 


64 
106 


315 
255 


248 
186 


69 


43 
55 


43 
55 




222 
353 


174 
233 


48 
120 


5 

6 


2,737 
3,263 


2,364 
2,729 


373 
534 


3,530 

4,841 


3,169 
4,285 


361 
556 


1,032 
1,765 


919 
1,591 


113 

174 


1,270 

1,227 


1,097 
1,038 


173 
189 


659 

947 


659 

9,7 




569 
902 


494 

709 


75 
193 


7 
8 


251,332 
249,686 


231,931 
220,305 


19,901 
29,331 


512,478 
491,827 


485,739 
454,829 


26,739 
36,998 


169,982 
193,250 


160,186 
131,213 


9,796 
12,037 


199,853 
130,532 


137,041 
114,809 


12,312 
15,723 


30,402 
94,873 


80,402 
94,873 




62,241 
73,172 


58,110 
63,934 


4,131 
9,238 


9 

10 


210,946 
199,946 


195,611 

177,214 


15,335 
22,732 


449,923 
413,198 


427,677 
384,233 


22,246 
28,965 


151,863 
162,781 


U3.585 
153,072 


8,278 
9,709 


174,553 

-. ,59; 


163,991 
98,195 


10,562 
12,400 


68,615 
79,940 


68,615 
79,940 




54,892 
59,882 


51,486 
53,026 


3,406 
6,856 


11 

12 


40,886 
49,740 


36,320 
43,091 


4,566 
6,649 


62,555 
78,629 


58,062 
70,596 


4,493 
8,033 


18,119 
30,469 


16,601 
28, 141 


1,518 
2,328 


25,300 
19,937 


23,050 
16, 614 


2,250 
3,323 


11,787 
14,933 


11,787 
14,933 




7,349 
13,290 


6,624 

10,908 


725 
2,382 


13 

14 


206,763 
189,546 


190, 589 
167,047 


16,174 
22,499 


245,444 
248,772 


231,279 
226,268 


14,165 
22,504 


65,197 
84,242 


61,115 
77,769 


4,082 
6,473 


103,135 
61,837 


96,086 
53,276 


7,049 
8,561 


35,469 
50,809 


35,469 
50,809 




41,643 
51,884 


33,609 

44,414 


3,034 
7,470 


15 
16 


581 
687 


428 

- 


153 
227 


588 
906 


462 
662 


126 

244 


192 
374 


149 
285 


43 

89 


210 
213 


159 

151 


- 
62 


32 
49 


32 

49 




154 
270 


122 
177 


32 
93 


17 
18 


1,136 

1,370 


852 
981 


284 
389 


1,215 
2,2U 


1,001 
1,799 


214 
415 


371 
786 


298 
651 


73 
135 


455 
550 


360 
425 


95 
125 


119 
278 


119 
278 




270 
600 


224 

445 


46 
155 


19 
20 


15,187 
19,832 


12,385 
16,025 


2,802 

3,807 


17,912 
29,465 


16,123 
25,348 


1,789 
4,117 


5,301 
10,995 


4,724 
9,631 


577 
1,364 


6,839 
6,780 


6,084 
5,539 


755 
1,241 


1,658 
4,289 


1,658 
4,289 




4,114 
7,401 


3,657 
5,889 


457 
1,512 


21 

22 


269,556 
413,078 


234,446 
346,224 


35,110 
66,854 


289,796 
601,143 


271,623 
537,973 


63,170 


90,208 
222,273 


85,219 
202,614 


4,989 
19,659 


97,953 
131,518 


90,100 
108,693 


7,853 
22,825 


41,168 
106,524 


41,168 
106,524 




60,467 
140,828 


55,136 
120, U2 


5,331 
20,666 


23 
24 


778 
980 


610 
683 


168 
297 


832 
1,163 


706 
867 


176 
296 


306 
493 


244 
385 


62 
108 


312 
257 


246 
188 


66 
69 


43 

61 


43 
61 




221 
352 


173 
233 


48 

119 


25 
!6 


3,444 
4,104 


2,907 
3,296 


537 
808 


4,166 
5,509 


3,658 

4,707 


508 
802 


1,178 
1,992 


1,019 
1,736 


159 
256 


1,525 
1,393 


1,297 
1,146 


228 

247 


681 
951 


681 
951 




782 
1,173 


661 
874 


121 
299 


27 
28 


100,768 
132,857 


91,786 
116,940 


8,982 

15,917 


114,592 
158,864 


105,474 
143,453 


9,118 
15,411 


29,401 
49,556 


27,046 
45,456 


2,355 

4,100 


44,768 
42,456 


40,075 
36,438 


4,693 
6,018 


15,916 
29,700 


15,916 

29,700 




24,507 
37,152 


22,437 
31,859 


2,070 

5,293 


31 


97,664 
109,551 


88,862 
98,457 


8,802 
11,094 


93,916 
92,212 


87,401 
85,006 


6,515 

7,206 


24,530 
28,449 


22,830 
26,772 


1,700 
1,677 


35,619 
23,592 


32,389 
20,667 


3,230 
2,925 


13,747 
19,554 


13,747 
19,554 




20,020 
20,617 


18,435 
18,013 


1,585 
2,604 


31 
32 


23 
3 


23 
3 




93 
18 


92 

17 


1 

1 


5 


19 
5 




53 
3 


52 
2 


1 
1 


11 
7 


11 

7 




10 
3 


10 
3 




33 
34 


23 


23 




107 
29 


106 
25 


1 


22 


22 




63 

7 


62 

3 


1 


11 
9 


11 
9 




11 
8 


11 
8 




35 
36 


5,916 
528 


5,916 
528 




26,878 
4,809 


26,358 
4,759 


20 
50 


4,594 
1,248 


4,594 
1,248 




15,109 
320 


15,089 
270 


20 
50 


5,420 
2,813 


5,420 
2,813 




1,755 
428 


1,755 
428 




37 
38 


367,310 
21,400 


367,310 
21,400 




1,433,544 
231,587 


L,432,544 
229,027 

3 


1,000 
2,560 


231,295 

74,190 

3 


231,295 
74,190 


1 


844,850 
17,360 


843,850 
14,800 


1,000 
2,560 


259,482 
132,297 


259,482 
132,297 




97,917 
7,740 

1 


97,917 
7,740 

1 




19 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 

45 
46 

47 
48 








2,590 


3 
2,440 


15C 


1,"30 


3 
1,780 


1 

1 

150 














1 
660 


1 
660 




326 
719 


207 
447 


119 
272 


591 

914 


445 
647 


146 
267 


209 
374 


153 
279 


56 
95 


227 
217 


174 
156 


53 

61 


36 

48 


36 
48 




119 
275 


82 
164 


37 
111 


49 
50 


1,253 

3,760 


856 
2,678 


397 
1,082 


2,759 
5,441 


2,331 

4,400 


428 

1,041 


911 
2,014 


749 
1,663 


162 
351 


1,050 
1,279 


893 
998 


157 
281 


435 
968 


435 
168 




363 

1,180 


254 

771 


109 
409 


51 
52 


3,752 
4,740 


3,200 
3,845 


552 

895 


5,670 
8,233 


5,030 
7,212 


640 
1,021 


1,917 
3,123 


1,686 
2,774 


231 

349 


1,943 
2,115 


1,664 
1,778 


279 
337 


984 
1,517 


184 
1,517 




826 
1,478 


696 
1,143 


130 
335 


53 
54 


258,874 
264,847 


238,540 
234,052 


20,334 
30,795 


581,951 
584,342 


552,721 
543,948 


29,230 

40,394 


206,840 
231,245 


195,713 
217,785 


11,127 
13,460 


225,805 
153,390 


211,964 
136,019 


13,841 
17,371 


85,698 
118,214 


85,698 
118,214 




63,608 
81,493 


59,346 

71,930 


4,262 
9,563 


55 
56 








412,677 
428,675 


393,494 


19,183 
23,916 


206,840 
231,245 


195,713 
217,785 


11,127 
13,460 


148,041 
93,040 


139,985 

12,584 


8,056 
10,456 


57,796 
104,390 


57,796 
104,390 










57 
58 


258,874 
264,847 


238,540 
234,052 


20,334 
30,795 


169,274 
155,667 


159,227 
139,189 


10,047 
16,478 








77,764 
60,350 


71,979 
53,435 


5,785 
6,915 


27,902 
13,824 


27,902 
13,824 




63,608 
31,493 


59,346 
71,930 


4,262 


59 

,,, 


83 
195 
239 
495 
179 
252 


74 
156 

227 
432 
170 
217 


9 
39 
12 
63 

9 
35 


302 
485 
1,286 
2,320 
1,100 
1,367 


260 
416 
1,186 
2,150 
1,034 
1,279 


42 
69 
100 
170 
66 
88 


124 
235 
611 
949 
554 
623 


105 
205 
557 
880 
507 
577 


19 
30 
54 
69 

47 
46 


119 
123 
358 
633 
282 
369 


102 
99 
319 
554 
268 
342 


17 
24 
39 
79 
14 
27 


28 
45 
282 
515 
243 
245 


28 
45 
282 
515 
243 
245 




31 
32 
35 

223 
21 

130 


25 

67 
28 

201 
16 

115 


6 
15 

7 
22 

5 
15 


• ; 

62 
63 
64 
65 
66 


60 
243 


57 
215 


3 

28 


186 
953 


152 

371 


34 
82 


57 
326 


50 
303 


7 
23 


76 
264 


51 
212 


25 

52 


39 

270 


39 

270 




14 
93 


12 
86 


2 

7 


67 
68 


7,042 
13,161 


6,609 
13,747 


433 
1,414 


69,473 
92,515 


66,982 
89,119 


2,491 
3,396 


36,858 
37,995 


35,527 
36,572 


1,331 
1,423 


25,952 

22,858 


24,923 
21,210 


1,029 
1,648 


5,296 
23,341 


5,296 

23,341 




1,367 
8,321 


1,236 

7,996 


131 
325 


70 



138 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions and explanations, 



hkiltiple-unit operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acre6 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 
1954. 
L950. 



harvested multiple units reporting 

Bubunits reporting 



-multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



reporting 
subunits reporting 



nd/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
I W I, 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



■Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in 
multiple units acres 



28,676 
35,898 
6,199 
6,989 
22,477 
28,909 

3,183,143 

.,!'.. .).:'-. 

2,673,888 

2,592,009 

509,255 

600,375 



4,500 

5,633 

9,523 

12,860 

142,079 

200,333 

2,113,392 

4,119,057 



7,336 
26,549 
32,959 
755, 914 



157,780 

65,185 

9,149,931 

3,121,668 



3,380 
5,643 

14,581 
34,473 



11,056 
5,040 



24, 38: 
34,063 
5,403 
6,420 
19,479 
27,643 



2,165,193 
392,662 
536,182 



4,136 
5,323 

8,798 
12,303 
128,163 
188,616 

1,875,036 
3,863,445 

5,708 
7,030 
23,677 
32,047 
663,325 
967,498 
576,143 
698,457 



2,918 
5,248 
12,207 



214 

171,344 
144,219 
134,160 
116,191 
37,184 
28,028 



63,848 

36,263 

3,846,323 

1,717,215 



515,694 


3,608 


195,364 


1,037 


445,889 


3,147 


172, 178 


879 


69,805 


461 


23, 186 


158 


282,141 


740 


85,813 


203 



89,649 
25,930 
74,658 
16,695 



28,844 
5,302.208 
1,401,153 



elude reports for Conway, Faulkner, and Pulaski Counties which 



not included in 1954 multiple 



ARKANSAS 139 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS. BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Itiple-unit operations number 1954... 

1950... 

Subunits 111 multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Home farms number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950... 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bales 1954... 

1949... 



Ric 



harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 19S4... 

1949. . . 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple unit 



1949. . . 

reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949. . . 

reporting 1954... 

1950. . , 

number 1954... 

1950... 



lAadlord- iriui operatioaa roataiaiag aallipl' oaita: 

All subunits Including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 
Land In all subunits including 
home farm acres 1954. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. . . 

1950... 

Subunits not included 

In multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 



Share tenants number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954 . . 

1950.. 

Land In subunits not Included in 

multiple units acres 1954... 

1950 



76,442 


. 


194.83C 


167,252 


67,386 


55,870 




135,539 




7,644 


34,930 


. 


-. 


20,313 


83,612 


75,553 



11,725 
30,162 
254,040 



1,841 

9,665 

19,227 

196,862 



1,337 


1,308 


7,154 


. 




39,613 


4,330 


4,040 


18,501 


18,268 



3,039 
826 



1 Date for 1950 Include reports for Conway, Faulkner 



Pulaski Counties which 



Included in 1954 i 



l4 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTEPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Itiple-onit operations number 1954. .. 

1950... 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Home farms number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954. . . 

1950... 

Land in multiple-unit operations. . ..total acres 1954... 

1950... 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950... 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949... 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 



harvested multlpl 



reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bales 1954... 

1949... 

Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949... 
subunits reporting 1954. 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 
number 1954. 

1950... 

Lndlord-tenant operations containing nalliple units: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954.. 

1950. . 
Land in all subunits including 
home farm .- acres 1954.. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950. 

Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. . . 

1950. 

Subunits not Included 

in multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. . . 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Share tenants number 1954.. 

1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Land in subunits not Included in 

multiple units acres 1954. . . 

1950... 



223,744 


197,369 


292,082 


248,568 


197,757 


173,180 


255,740 


213,989 


25,987 


24,189 


36,342 


34,579 


61,703 


55,759 


93,405 


86,018 



1,030 
8,376 
14,197 



425 
579 
1,123 
1,633 
27,004 
49,947 
14,561 
21,879 



7,633 
13,139 
91,134 
246,103 

407 
559 
1,084 
1,587 
25,587 
49,613 
13, 965 
21,731 



5,046 
4,778 



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141 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanatio: 



iltiplc-imit operations number 1954. 

1950. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 1954. 

1950. 
Home farms acres 1954. 

1950. 
Cropper farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

C^.-n harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

Cotton harvested multiple unite reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949., 

bales 1954. 

1949. 

Rice harvested .multiple units reporting 1954., 

1949., 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954., 

1949., 

bushels 1954., 

1949., 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949., 

subunits reporting 1954., 

1949. , 

acres 1954.. 

1949., 

pounds 1954., 

1949., 

Horses and/or mule- . . - ■ Its reporting 1954., 

1950., 

number 1954., 

1950., 

adlord- tenant operation* roataioin*. au 1 t i p i e aaita: 

All subunits Including home farm number 1954., 

1950., 
Land in all subunits including 

home farm acres 1954. 

1950. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit. .acres 1954.. 



Subunits not included 

in multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Share tenants number 1954.. 

1950., 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not included In 

multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



20 ,271 

214,551 
175,878 



9,783 
107,304 
175,782 

333 
409 
1,040 
1,123 
24,261 
25,746 
15,689 
11,859 



2,606 

218,190 
124,793 



924 

168,965 

171,005 
149,056 
148,451 
19,909 
22,554 



7,507 

9,225 

86,778 

164,731 



393 
971 
1,082 
22,792 
24,782 
14,664 
11,312 



6,192 
3,353 
5,145 
3,035 
1,047 
318 



24 

7,085 
22,750 

5,230 
22,015 

1,855 
735 



1,095 

1,740 
44,890 
77,730 



142 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Multiple-unit operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land Ln multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 



Cotton harvested. 



Rice harvested. 



ultiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



-multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
195*. 

I ■■;.. 



7,371 
1,611 
1,555 
4,777 
5,816 

768,517 
671,892 
624,014 
518,765 
144,503 
153,127 



1,106 
1,239 
2,022 
2,805 
34,018 
46,036 
382,401 
906,692 

1,653 

1,629 

5,827 

6,736 

175,531 

210,572 

143,795 

158,418 

192 



19,589 

2,832,897 

941,811 



5,245 
6,829 
1,389 
1,407 
3,856 
5,422 

523,738 
549,832 
418,898 
414,771 
104,840 
135,061 



1,010 
1,170 
1,815 
2,652 
29,306 
42,343 
306,483 
840,224 



4,922 
6,426 
146,876 
199,769 
120,671 
150,421 

1 



61 

42,926 
37,438 
33,380 
31,102 
9,546 
6,336 



20,019 

10,322 

1,236,270 

483,040 



261 

173,665 
63,813 

146,450 
54,548 
27,215 
9,265 

90,1 



3,195 
2,649 
45,011 
42,480 



27,788 
10,087 
22,513 
7,001 



27,854 
9,257 

1,595,337 
458,571 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 



1954. 

199 . 

■''.-.. 
1950. 



1,222 
2,001 
6,259 



:.: 18 

1,623 

5,847 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 
Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not included 
in multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Snare tenants. number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included in 
multiple units acres 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



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Economic Area Table 3.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 







Area 7b 






Type of farm 






















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total 








Cotton and 


Cotton 










Cotton 


Rice 


Peanut 




peanut 


neous 


1 




458 


248 


93 




102 




15 


s 


1950. . . 


477 


316 


79 




62 




20 


: 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 




















1,650 


935 


251 




425 




39 




1950... 


1,663 


1,205 


198 




212 




48 






443 

441 


237 
282 


92 

78 




100 
62 




14 


t 


1950... 


19 


7 




1,207 


698 


159 




325 




25 


J 


1950. . . 


1,222 


923 


120 




150 




29 


3 


Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 


325,596 


114,152 


98,891 




99,238 




13,315 


iO 


1950. . . 


269,825 


112,031 


81,486 




62,895 




13,413 


u 




270,633 


95,914 


76,413 




85,501 




12,805 


12 


1950... 


223,691 


94,410 


61,000 




55,924 




12,357 


13 




54,963 


18,238 


22,478 




13,737 




510 


14 


1950. . . 


46,134 


17,621 


20,486 




6,971 




1,056 


15 




157,841 
135,406 


53,355 
66,188 


55,106 
41,012 




46,791 
25,914 




2,589 


u 


1949. . . 


2,292 


17 


Corn harvested for 




















234 


172 


.- 




46 




5 


18 


1949... 


301 


226 


34 




31 




10 


19 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


443 


334 


11 




89 




9 


.- 


1949... 


499 


334 


47 




56 




12 


21 


acres 1954... 


4,711 


3,348 


103 




1,047 




213 


22 


1949... 


6,438 


5,054 


564 




599 




221 


23 


bushels 1954... 


67,171 


42,870 


1,430 




19,156 




3,715 


24 


1949... 


162,845 


130,185 


13,810 




15,380 




3,470 


as 




404 


248 


47 




102 




7 


26 


1949. . . 


419 


316 


32 




62 




9 


27 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


1,333 


882 


76 




361 




14 


28 


1949. . . 


1,382 


1,126 


42 




198 




16 


29 


acres 1954... 


41,665 


28,632 


824 




12,063 




146 


< 


1949. . . 


55,973 


48,98] 


508 




6,346 




138 


j: 


bales 1954... 


28,851 


19,934 


593 




8,239 




85 


32 


1949... 


34,393 


30,592 


268 




3,470 




63 


33 




195 




93 




102 






- 


1949. . . 


142 




79 




62 




1 


35 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 


278 




162 




116 






36 


1949. . . 


207 




129 




77 




1 


37 


acres 1954... 


48,859 




30,746 




18,113 






ia 


1949. . . 






20,987 




9,856 




30 


39 


bushels 1954. . . 


2,890,127 




1,33", 113 




1,052,994 






40 


1949... 


1,475,808 




982,162 




492,446 




1,200 


41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 
















42 


1949... 


1 








1 






43 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
















44 


1949... 


1 








1 






4! 


acres 1954... 
















- 


1949. . . 


1 








1 






47 


pounds 1954... 
















48 


1949. . . 


300 








300 






... 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple unitfl reporting 1954... 


245 


116 






60 




8 


•x; 


1950... 


335 


212 


58 




54 




U 


J] 


number 1954... 


856 


330 


189 




314 




23 


52 


1950. . . 
Laadlard'teaaDt operalieaa coetaiaiog ultiplc ysits: 


1,561 


936 


245 




339 




41 


53 




2,081 


. 


353 




527 




90 


54 


1950... 


2,186 


1,510 


271 




337 




68 


55 


Land in all subunlts Including 




















376,328 


126,992 


115,925 




113,095 




20,316 


V, 


1950. . . 


314,541 


129,329 


90,760 




78,193 




16,259 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


258,276 


75,447 


77,078 




85,973 




19,778 


•jf 


1950. . . 


226,465 


77,566 


67,815 




68,641 




12,443 


'-9 


Rented by operator of multiple 




















118,052 
88,076 


51,545 
51,763 


38,847 
22,945 




27,122 
9,552 




538 


60 


1950... 


3,816 


U 


Subunlts not included 




















138 


65 


32 




33 




8 


6. 1 


1950... 


158 


85 


38 




26 




9 


63 


number 1954... 


431 


176 


102 




102 




51 


64 


1950... 


523 


305 


73 




125 




20 


65 




334 


110 


87 




91 




46 


66 


1950... 


345 


195 


52 




I?. 




16 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 




















97 
178 


66 
110 


15 
21 




11 
43 




5 


bfl 


1950... 


4 


69 


Land in subunlts not Included In 




















50,732 


12,840 


17,034 




13,857 




7,001 


70 


1950. . . 


44,716 


17,298 


9,274 




15,298 




2,846 



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Economic Area Table 3—MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Itiple-unit operations number 1954.. 

1950. . 

Subunits In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Cropper farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950. . 
Home farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acreG 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 



harvested multipl 



reporting 1954.. 
1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple unit9 reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple 



nits reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Landlord- tenant operations containing aultiple unila: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in all subunits including 

home farm acres 1954. 

1950. 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954. 



13,185 
15,931 
2,323 
2,505 
10,862 
13,426 

I . 171 . 

1,057,327 
■" .. '" 
831,229 
187,793 
226,098 



1,845 
1,967 
4,489 
4,964 
65,457 
82,689 
1,138,783 
1,749,647 

2,468 
2,739 
12,788 
15,239 
365,707 
455,068 

380,405 



114 



29,000 

7,158 

1,708,673 

341,045 



1,246 
1,911 
6,210 
14,254 



12,393 
15,730 
2,205 
2,448 
10,188 
13,282 

959,788 
1,007,671 
787,847 
785,925 
171,941 
221,746 



1,789 
1,935 
4,367 
4,916 
63,269 
81,536 
1,086,442 
1,722,447 

2,358 
2,697 
12,071 
15,162 
341,052 
452,347 
328,720 
378,675 



1,178 
1,875 
5,757 

14,034 



13,154 
11,354 
12,330 
10,581 



5,618 

3,389 

353,470 

158,550 



38 

98,724 
18,706 
85,455 
17,296 
13,269 
1,410 



24,371 
2,204 

22,719 
1,344 



23,369 

3,769 

1,355,043 

182,495 



Subunits not Included 

In multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not Included in 

multiple units acres 1954 . 

1950. 



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145 







Area 8b 




Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total 


Type of farm 




Cotton 


Rice 


Peanut 


Cotton and 


Cotton 


Miscella- 
















peanut 




1 




891 


788 


11 




82 




10 


2 


1950. . . 


1,177 


1,142 


2 


... 


14 




19 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 




















4,384 


. . 


26 




717 




28 




1950... 


5,913 


5,695 


13 




152 




53 






854 
1,072 


753 
1,038 


9 
2 




82 
14 




10 


C 


1950. . . 


18 






3,530 
4,841 


2,860 
4,657 


17 
11 




635 

138 




18 


a 


1950. . . 


35 


9 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 


512,478 


364,633 


10, 181 




128,897 




8,767 


10 


1950. . . 


491,827 


445,016 


10,588 








9,849 






449,923 
413,198 


318,732 


6,692 
10,473 




115,839 
21,595 




8,460 


12 


1950. . . 


9,022 






62,555 
78,629 


45,901 
72,908 


3,289 
115 




13,058 
4,779 




307 


14 


1950. . . 


827 






245,444 
248,772 


170,126 
225,516 


5,558 
2,264 




67,402 

16,515 




2,358 


16 


1949... 


4,477 


17 


Cora harvested for 














3 
9 






588 


537 


1 




47 




18 


1949... 


906 


883 


1 




13 






subunltB reporting 1954... 


1,215 


1,088 


1 




122 




25 


. 


1949. . . 


2,214 


. 


1 




58 




a 


acres 1954... 


17,912 


15,259 


60 




. 




252 


22 


1949... 


29,465 


27,654 


120 




734 




957 


; :■ 


bushels 1954... 


289,796 


242,102 


900 




40,374 




6,420 


2- 


1949. . . 


601,143 




800 




18,820 




18,630 


25 




882 


788 


7 




82 




5 


26 


1949. . . 


1,163 


. 






14 






27 


subunits reporting 1954... 


4,166 


3,488 


9 




656 




13 


.'-' 


1949. . . 


5,509 


5,356 












29 


acres 1954... 




91,669 


94 








135 


90 


1949... 


158,864 








6,271 




200 


31 


bales 1954... 


93,916 








19,584 




103 


32 


1949... 


92,212 


87,458 






4,297 




457 






93 








82 






■-. 


1949... 


18 




2 




14 






35 


subunits reporting 1954... 


107 








B8 






16 


1949. . . 


29 


2 












37 


acres 1954... 


26,878 




4,580 




22,298 






3i? 


1949. . . 


4,809 


38 


699 




4,072 








bushels 1954... 


1,433,544 




246,150 




, 






40 


1949... 


231,587 


1,900 


46,400 




183,287 






41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




3 






1 






42 


... 
















43 


subunits reporting 1954... 


4 








1 






44 


1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 


5 


2 






1 






47 


pounds 1954. . . 


2,590 














48 


1949... 
















49 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 




516 


8 




60 




7 
8 


50 


1950... 




893 










51 


number 1954. . . 


2,759 


2,130 






556 




85 


52 


1950... 


5,441 


5,183 


7 




166 






fl.r'lrr' --IT ' oper.li... o.t.iaie* nlliplt «il. 














45 








, 










54 


1950... 


8,233 


. 






222 




142 


55 


Land in all subunits including 




















581,951 
584,342 


420,016 
526,91: 


13,874 
11,947 




137,973 






'■• 


1950. . . 


13,532 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


412,677 


291,481 


6,769 




104,802 




9,625 
12,010 


58 


1950... 


428,675 


379,279 


11,877 




25,509 




99 


Rented by operator of multiple 




















169,274 
155,667 


128,535 
147,632 


7,105 
70 




33,171 
6,443 






60 


1950... 


1,522 


61 


Subunits not Included 




















302 


244 


7 




47 




in 


62 


1950. . . 


485 


466 


1 










63 


number 1954... 


1,286 


976 


25 




268 






64 


1950... 


2,320 


2,149 


12 




70 




89 


65 




1,100 




22 




245 




16 


66 


1950... 


1,367 


1,245 


12 




46 




64 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


186 
953 


159 
904 


3 




23 




1 


68 


1950... 


25 


69 


Land in subunits not included in 




















69,473 
92,515 


55,383 
81,895 


3,693 
1,359 




9,076 

5,578 






7t 


1950... 


3,683 



146 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 

1954 AND 1950 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total, selected areas 1 






Acres of cropland harvested 




No ne 




20 acres 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


6,525 
7,622 


2 
3 


258 


346 


548 
938 


1,321 
1,918 


1,549 
1,861 


1,658 
1,479 


932 
789 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


28,676 
35,898 


7 


490 
528 


549 
750 


1,233 

2,129 


3,283 

4,992 


4,666 

6,149 


7,901 
8,679 


10, 510 
12,596 


5 
6 


1950... 


6,199 

. 'J' 


1 
2 


i 214 

204 


220 

270 


475 
795 


1,238 
1,716 


1,485 
1,754 


1,627 
1,444 


922 

777 


„ 


Cr one farms number 1954 


22,477 
28,909 


2 

4 


276 
324 


329 
480 


758 
1,334 


2,045 
3,276 


3,181 
4,395 


6,274 
7,235 


9,588 


8 


1950. . . 


11,819 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


3,183,143 4, 
3,192,384 10, 


6 



27,0b8 
31,890 


29 

31 


7 )7 

947 


o9,794 
107,400 


235,913 
321,652 


427,506 
490,673 


920,512 
851,589 


1,468,493 
1,346,726 


11 
12 


1950. . . 


2,673,888 2, 
2,592,009 9, 


1 
3 


23,011 
27,264 


24 


909 

815 


55,729 

82,622 


189, 314 
248,036 


350, 516 
390,745 


774,607 
694,198 


1,253,086 
1,115,099 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


509,255 1, 
600,375 1, 


7 


4,057 
4,626 


7 


888 

132 


14,065 
24,778 


46,599 
73,616 


76,990 
99,928 


145,905 

157,391 


215,407 


14 


1950... 


231,627 


15 




1,761,419 
1,681,394 




2,894 
3,379 


8 


359 

495 


21,482 
36,730 


96,917 
138,978 


221,466 
258,964 


517,120 
453,942 


895,181 


16 


1949... 


780,906 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


4,500 
5,1 33 




105 

111 


159 
207 


392 

670 


988 
1,476 


1,112 
1,453 


1,128 
1,109 


616 
607 


19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


9,523 
12,860 




128 
130 


207 
265 


5b9 
938 


1,599 
2,414 


1,939 
2,627 


2,659 
3,087 


2,422 
3,399 


21 
22 


acres 1954..,. 
1949. . . 


142,079 
200,333 




559 
629 


1,305 
1,470 


4,104 
7,094 


16,620 
24,753 


25,560 
37,361 


42,273 
52,714 


51,658 
76,312 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,113,392 
4,119,057 




5,023 

11, )15 


14,491 

26,195 


42, 976 

136,009 


175,857 
467,359 


310,450 
746,317 


609,618 
1,099,164 


954,977 

1,632,098 


25 
26 


1949... 


6,298 
7,336 




186 

206 


241 
329 


531 
305 


1,290 
1,869 


1,533 
1,826 


1,620 
1,436 


897 
765 


27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


26,549 
32,959 




254 
294 


417 
576 


1,021 
1,814 


2,921 
4,420 


4,355 
5,690 


7,477 
8,122 


10,104 
12,043 


29 
30 


acres 1954. . . 
1949... 


755,914 
996,288 




1,875 
2,187 


3,985 
5,846 


12,768 
23,750 


52,035 
88,475 


110,164 
166,021 


228,081 
271,417 


347,006 
438,592 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


652,803 




1,210 
1,392 


2,901 
3,691 


9,004 
15,185 


38,749 
58,056 


88,990 

ill,-..;) 


192,485 
200,249 


319,464 
327, 545 


33 
34 


1949. . . 


608 
289 




1 
1 


1 
1 


10 
7 


17 
22 


60 
56 


243 

104 


276 
98 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


77o 
409 




1 
1 


1 
1 


10 
7 


17 

30 


71 

71 


292 
137 


384 
162 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


157,780 
65,185 




5 
15 


19 
3 


261 
154 


827 
960 


5,447 
,140 


45,256 
20,532 


105,965 
38,381 


39 
40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


9,149,931 
3,121,668 




325 
750 


360 
130 


14,415 
8,550 


48,010 
40,699 


347,443 
237,418 


2,693,373 
1,001,795 


6,045,999 
1,832,326 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


38 
32 




5 


\ 


7 


10 
11 


« 


* 


4 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


45 
32 




5 
5 


\ 


9 


13 

11 


4 


2 


4 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


80 

,3 




8 


b 


17 


35 

11 


5 

10 


4 
2 


5 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


25,260 
17,330 




805 
4,160 


1,500 
1,800 


1^980 


14,350 

._ . 100 


650 
2,610 


639 
680 


2,740 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 


3,380 
5,643 


1 


128 

156 


152 
239 


315 
685 


702 

1,408 


o84 
1,329 


784 
1,146 


608 
663 


51 
52 


number 1954.. . 
1950... 


14,581 
34,473 


1 
5 


279 
431 


344 
739 


829 
2,228 


1,903 
5,203 


2,106 
5,541 


3,350 

7,861 


5,760 
12,415 


53 
54 


! and l..r.l ■ i •-[hum operations containing aultiple units: 

1950. . . 


34,765 


7 



o23 
761 


669 
974 


1,441 

2,701 


3,930 
6,395 


5,450 


3,547 
11,214 


13,035 
16,821 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


3,628,082 10, 

. ' 11. 

2,365,740 10, 

2,594,369 10, 


• 
) 
5. 

1 


37,456 
43,430 
34,310 
35,638 


37,734 
42,234 
33,656 
36,046 


91,302 
147,821 

79,926 
121,778 


276,312 
405, 817 
207,354 
296,077 


483,478 
593,101 
290,057 
381,301 


1,030,965 
986,977 
612,540 
621,523 


1,660,073 


56 
57 

58 


1950... 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


1,585,469 
1,097,145 
1,031,588 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


1,262,342 

1,221,978 1, 


1 
S 


3,146 
7,792 


4,078 
6,188 


11,376 


68,958 

109,740 


193,421 
211,800 


418,425 
365,454 


562,928 


60 


1950... 


493,881 


61 
62 


Subunits not included in multiple 

1950. . . 


1,764 
2,665 


1 


62 
96 


55 

113 


105 
219 


255 

504 


328 
583 


491 
642 


460 

497 


63 


number 1954... 
1950... 


6,089 

11.05.. 
5,040 
6,412 


2 

3 

2 


133 
233 

12. 


120 
224 
82 
133 


208 
572 
168 
329 


647 

1,403 

553 

727 


784 
1,830 

. 23 
1,009 


1,646 
2,535 
1,299 
1,542 


2,525 
4,225 
2,188 


61 


1950... 


2,523 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


1,049 
4,644 


l 


26 

i 


38 
91 


40 
243 


... 
676 


161 
821 


347 
993 


337 


68 


1950... 


1,702 


69 


Land in subunits not Included 


444,939 6, 
623,963 




1 


10,388 
11,540 


7,937 


21,508 
40,421 


40,399 
84,165 


55,972 

102,428 


110,453 
135,388 


191,580 


7'J 


1950... 


10 




238,743 



L Data for 1950 include reports for Conway, FauUmer, and Pulaski Counties ^hich were not included in 1954 multiple-u 



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147 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULT1PLE.UN1T OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Coniinued 



CENSUSES OF 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 3 (part) 1 




Total 


Acres of cropland harvested 




*~ 2 racre 




20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 
and over 


1 
2 


1950. . . 


152 
429 


2 ] 
3 


3 
2 


2" 


17 
48 


36 

100 


31 
109 


40 
90 


30 


3 

4 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


366 
1,601 


10 t 


6 


6( 


36 

110 


79 
233 


72 

286 


107 
353 


30 
503 


5 




150 

398 


1 ] 
3 


3 
>0 


2 


16 
43 


36 
91 


31 
103 


40 
88 


7 


6 


1950. . . 


28 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


216 
1,203 


3 ] 
7 


3 
6 


3 


20 

67 


43 
142 


41 
183 


67 
265 


23 


8 


1950. . . 


475 


9 

10 


Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


76,442 
194,880 


' 78 2,2' 
1,607 4,8t 


5 


1,00 
4,78" 


2,799 
6,907 


11,733 
27,426 


15,486 
41,987 


34,569 
54, 926 


8,525 
52,375 


11 


1950. . . 


67,386 
159, 950 


20 2,1 
1,126 4,2. 


n 

9 


57 
3,90 


) 2,223 

5,311 


9,568 
23, 119 


13,790 
35,652 


31,4% 
46,206 


7,609 
40,385 


13 
14 


1950. . . 


9,056 
34,930 


58 3_ 
481 6] 


9 

6 


43 
88 


576 

1,596 


2,165 
4,307 


1,696 
6,335 


3,073 
8,720 


916 

11,990 


15 




24,807 
83,612 


3( 


3 


L4< 
66 


680 
1,847 


2,561 
7,261 


4,572 
15,378 


11,932 
26,617 


4,772 


16 


1949... 


31,541 


17 

is 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


92 
329 




3 




8 

34 


22 
78 


23 
101 


28 

71 


24 


19 

20 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


133 
593 




9 


1 


11 
48 


26 

116 


32 
170 


47 
147 


8 
85 


21 

22 


acres 1954.... 
1949. . . 


2,726 
11,725 


::: ; 


2 

1 


3 

12 


137 
393 


334 
1,257 


474 
3,372 


1,220 
3,886 


500 
2,648 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


30,162 
254,040 


3. 

9 


5 

5 


53 
1,93' 


1,004 
8,799 


3,113 
24,472 


7,847 
68,207 


12,151 
81,494 


5,180 
68,146 


25 
26 


1949... 


133 
398 


... 


8 
9 


2' 


15 
42 


31 
92 


29 
102 


39 
89 


6 
30 


27 

2fi 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


272 
1,337 


... 



5 


3 


21 
77 


54 
174 


59 
237 


95 

311 


26 

478 


29 

3 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


7,154 
40,118 


L. 
1. 



14 


4 
37 


259 
828 


806 
3,526 


1,570 
7,145 


3,304 
12,647 


1,047 
15,464 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


4,330 
18, 501 


( 


i 
5 


1 
10 


114 
285 


345 
1,303 


883 
3,479 


2,097 
6,334 


811 
6,936 


13 

34 


1949... 


3 

1 


























1 

1 




subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


3 

1 
























2 


1 
1 


*7 

38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


150 
























575 


190 

150 


40 


bushels 1954. . . 
1949... 


52,000 
6,624 
























39,000 


13,000 
• 6,624 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


I 
















1 
2 


1 


1 






43 
44 


subunltd reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


2 
















1 
2 


1 


1 






45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3 
















1 


1 


1 






47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


500 
2,700 
















100 
2,700 


200 


200 






49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950... 


338 


"i 


8 


1 


8 
38 


21 
81 


15 
88 


14 
66 


2 

27 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


167 

1,507 


10 


6 
6 


1 
6 


) 18 
109 


51 
279 


44 
368 


35 
309 


3 
315 


5J 
M 

55 


Inn.ll.^nl Irnunt ,.(.. r .1 1 1 ..11 , 1 on ' ■■ 1 D 1 nc Bulliple Haiti: 

1950. . . 

Land in all subunlts including 


44U 
2,053 

81,795 
225,409 

61,859 
169,851 

19,936 
55,558 

37 
164 

74 
452 

56 
312 

18 

140 

5,353 
30, 529 


5 
12 

96 2,6< 
1,667 5,7 

96 2,1. 
1,667 

5 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 

18 3 
60 9 


2 

.4 
' 
6 

5 

8 
«.; 

5 

11 

" 

."■ 
-: 


L 
7 

1,20 
5,87 
1,201 
5,54 

32 

1 
1 

20( 


41 

13 ' 

3,102 
S 7,831 

> 2,877 

> 7,644 

225 

> 187 

2 
i 13 

5 
) 29 
1 4 
1 15 

1 
) 14 

) 303 


92 
311 

12,638 
31,754 
11,781 
28,062 

857 
3,692 

9 
37 
13 
78 
11 
53 

2 
25 

905 


88 
383 

16,394 
47,241 
12,368 
37,306 

4,026 
9,935 

6 
35 
16 
97 
14 
66 

2 
31 

908 


131 
488 

35,975 
65,511 
25,426 
42,891 

10, 549 
22,620 

10 
45 
24 

135 
14 

114 

10 
21 

1,406 
10, 585 


38 
584 

9,740 


56 

57 
58 
• ( 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950... 
Rented by operator of multiple 


59,732 
5,979 
41,127 

3,761 


6 
6] 


1950... 
Subunlts not included in multiple 


18,605 
3 


62 

63 

64 
65 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


19 
8 

81 
7 


66 


1950. . . 
Other tenants, not croppers 


46 

1 


i.i 


1950... 
Land in subunlts not Included 


35 

1,215 


I'i 


1950. . . 


1, 


9 




. 




4, 


28 


5,254 


7,357 



'Data for 1950 Include reports for Conway, Faulloier, and Pulaski Counties vhichiere not Included in 1954 multiple-unit 



148 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Multiple-unit optr 



Subunits in multiple -unit 

operations total number 1954 . . 

1950. . 



Land in multiple 



operations .... total 



Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total 

Corn harvested for 



Cotton harvested multipl' 



acres 


1954.... 
1949... 


8,376 

14,197 


bushels 


1954... 
1949... 


97,775 
268,903 


le units reporting 


1954... 
1949... 


425 

579 


subunits reporting 


1954. . . 
1949... 


1,123 
1,633 


acres 


1954... 
1949... 


27,004 
49,947 


bales 


1954... 
1949... 


14,561 
21,879 



Peanuts harvested for picking or 

threshing multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 



All subunits including home farm number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 



ores 1954., 
1950. , 
Subunits not included in multiple 

units operators reporting 1954. , 

1950., 

number 1954. , 
1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 
. croppers 

tenants number 1954. 

1950. 
Land in subunits not included 
in multiple units acres 1954. 



Share 

Other tenants, 



233,989 
310,586 
173,652 
238,191 



8,717 
5,215 



6,820 
9,074 
6,151 
5,378 



7,386 
7,067 
6,280 
6,500 



1,066 
9,259 
19,326 



13,020 
18,165 
10,923 



47,303 
58,659 
39, 611 
45,660 



10,522 
3,926 



60,208 
53,097 
41,278 
41,520 



64,608 
97,270 
43,224 
70,932 



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Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Multiple-unit operations number '. 

Subunits In multiple-unit 
operations total number '. 

Home farms number : 

Cropper farms number ! 

Land In multiple-unit operations .... total acres '. 

Home farms acres ! 

Cropper farms acres ] 

Cropland harvested total acres ! 

Com harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Rice harvested .multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Horses and/or mules. 



subunits reporting 



ultlple unl'.s reporting 
number 



Landlord-tenant operation* containing nultiple unil 

All subunits Including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not Included In multiple 
units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunits not Included 
In multiple units acres 



< . 



' •. 
I 15 . 
l .v.. 
1 )» . 



8,879 

9,783 

107, 304 



2,606 
218,190 



223,827 
248,837 
180,349 



1,771 
5,208 
1,766 
5,128 



5,987 
7,490 
5,847 
7,112 



1,049 
5,317 
19,628 



13,390 
22,121 
12,589 
20,659 



31,813 
30,816 
28,909 
27,906 



11,030 
54,293 
24,340 



64,7 

65,411 

48,706 

';.'■" 



150 



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Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





[For definitions and explanations, see text) 




Area 7a 




Total 




Acres of cropland harvested 




None 


Under 20 to 
20 acres acres 


9 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 


1 

2 


1950. . . 


1,701 
1,695 


6 


37 
38 


41 
36 


94 

147 


345 
480 


500 
508 


472 
335 


207 
L45 


3 

4 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950... 


6,388 
7,371 


10 
12 


77 


16 
75 


206 
326 


768 
1,165 


1,337 
1,445 


1,910 
1,879 


1,997 
2,392 


5 
6 


1950... 


1,611 
1,555 


* 


34 


33 

31 


81 
118 


327 
427 


470 
477 


457 
324 


205 
139 


7 


Cropper farms number 1954 


4,777 
5,816 


8 


40 
42 


53 


125 

208 


441 
738 


867 
968 


1,453 
1,555 


1,792 
2,253 


8 


1950. . . 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


768,517 
671,892 


1,008 
884 


4,616 3, 
4,627 3, 


L45 
L58 


16,494 
17,610 


54,827 
75,360 


119,759 
128,206 


237,404 
178,168 


331,264 
263,879 


11 




624,014 
518,765 


163 
708 


3,751 2, 
3,698 2, 


04 
S47 


13,712 
12,973 


43,072 
54,955 


94,183 
98,122 


187,240 
135,908 


279,689 


12 


1950. . . 


210,054 


13 
14 


1950... 


144,503 
153,127 


845 

176 


865 
929 


)41 
ill 


2,782 
4,637 


11,755 
20,405 


25,576 
30,084 


50,164 
42,260 


51,575 
53,825 


15 
16 


1949... 


444,922 
353,073 




398 1, 


J28 

07 


3,681 
5,829 


26,004 
35,506 


70,816 
69,936 


149,060 
99,991 


193,935 
140,440 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


1,106 
1,239 




10 
14 


18 
28 


53 
87 


247 
356 


351 
395 


304 
245 


123 

114 


19 

20 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


2,022 
2,805 




10 
19 


22 

37 


70 

112 


373 
557 


561 
650 


566 
693 


420 
737 


21 
22 


acres 1954.... 
1949. . . 


34,018 
46,036 




104 


61 
97 


538 

866 


4,318 
6,810 


8,479 
11,823 


11,441 
11,500 


9,034 
14,736 


23 
21 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


382,401 
906,692 




1,887 3, 


16 


5,454 
16,810 


41,269 
128,413 


82,968 
242,866 


126,431 
247,649 


123,544 
265,251 


25 
2( 


1949... 


1,653 
1,629 




31 
33 


40 
36 


91 
140 


340 
467 


496 
489 


454 
323 


201 

141 


27 
2J3 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


5,827 
6,736 




35 

41 


66 

56 


169 
274 


668 

1,034 


1,239 
1,300 


1,751 
1,752 


1,899 
2,279 


29 

JO 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


175,531 
210, 572 




270 
331 


27 
01 


2,347 

3,891 


13,282 
22,830 


32,960 
42,888 


57,329 
60,587 


68,616 
79,444 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


143,795 
158,418 




161 
241 


29 

90 


1,696 
2,946 


9,662 

17,311 


26,592 
32,276 


46,849 
46,012 


58,306 
59,142 


33 
34 


1949. . . 


192 

99 




..! 




1 


5 


18 
32 


82 
32 


34 
28 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


132 




1 




1 


t 

• 


23 

42 


105 
38 


109 
45 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


47,888 
19,589 




5 




36 

60 


350 


1,515 
3,172 


16,643 
6,533 


29,339 
9,562 


39 

40 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


2,832,897 
941,811 




325 




2,000 
3,750 


19,250 
8,752 


95,600 
143,529 


1,030,238 
339,546 


1,685,484 

446,234 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


2 














2 




43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954 

1949. . . 


2 














2 




45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


2 














2 




48 


pounds 1954 . . . 
1949... 
















339 




49 

50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954 

1950... 


' 11 
1,222 


2 


26 


14 
25 


31 

94 


133 
346 


169 

304 


144 
263 


92 
122 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 


2,001 
6,259 


"4 


24 

64 


1 
78 


92 
281 


312 

1,074 


1,146 


432 
1,475 


682 
2,137 


53 

54 
55 


landlord. tenant operations containing nultiple units: 

1950... 

Land in all subunits including 


7,740 
9,515 

910,864 
857,476 
580,088 
567,815 

330,776 
289,661 

423 

525 


14 

15 

5,096 

917 

5,096 

917 

2 


133 
123 

9,903 4,^ 
8,390 5, 
9,013 

7,981 3, 

890 

409 1, 

10 
16 


« 
- 

13 
-: 
>. 

67 

.a 
•• 

: 


258 

467 

22,533 
31,927 
20,445 
24,120 

2,088 

7,807 

21 
36 


888 
1,539 

63,126 
108,274 
40,560 
77,480 

22,566 
30,794 

60 
124 


1,558 
1,863 

142,845 
164,240 
80,493 
99,900 

62,352 

64,340 

106 
133 


2,295 
2,381 

278,898 
214,677 
167,079 
132,639 

111,819 
82,038 

119 
115 


2,488 
3,022 

384,050 


56 
57 
58 


1950. . . 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950. . . 
Rented by operator of multiple 


324,008 
253,298 
220,911 


60 
61 


1950... 

Subunits not included in multiple 


103,097 
97 


62 


1950... 


86 


1 3 
64 
65 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


1,352 
2,144 

1,198 
1,213 

154 
926 

142,347 
185,584 


3 

3 

4,088 
33 


59 
29 

17 

5,287 1,: 
3,763 l,i 


:■: 
?o 

1 
10 

■y 


52 

141 
48 
81 

60 

6,039 
14,317 


120 
374 
99 
175 

21 
199 

8,299 
32,914 


221 
418 

185 
235 

36 

183 

23,086 
36,034 


385 
502 
349 

301 

36 
201 

41,494 
36,509 


491 
630 


66 
07 


1950. . . 
Other tenants, not croppers 


377 
51 


6» 

69 


1950. . . 
Land in subunits not Included 


253 
52,786 


70 


1950. . . 


60,129 



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151 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Multiple-unit operations number '. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 



subunits reporting 



Cotton harveated multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



419 
1,333 
1,362 
41,665 
55,973 



1,259 
11,693 
33,440 



164 
134 
1,943 
1,871 
27,400 
44,995 

139 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



24 
23 

1,896 

1,637 

120,132 

78,779 



subunits reporting 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 
number ! 



Landlord-tenant operations containing aultiple unit 
All subunits Including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including 
home farm acres 

Ovned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 
unit acres 

Subunits not Included In multiple 
units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenanta number 

Land In subunits not Included 
In multiple units acres 



■ . 



] 154. 
1950. 



376,328 

258,276 
226,465 



3,498 

165 

3,498 



3,854 
1,014 
3,357 



1,965 

.: i 

1,768 

■ 



3,224 

13,045 

11,550 



19,857 
18,096 
16,999 
13,593 



27,231 

16,820 
13,257 



95,306 

'.,11 



ir,2 



MULTIIMIMINIT OI'KKATIOINS 



Economic Am. Table l-MHITII'll -UNIT OPERATIONS, IIY ACRES OF ci«>l 'LAND HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 

I «). r >4 AND 1950-Continued 



/,. ,■, . . ,1 ■■!■ .| hl/r! hi. J '.'■ 'll..l 





• 








1 1 ■ i Lpl« unl i 


i »■ 

I-IMI. . . 






I-..MI 


u . , 


I'lV. .. . 


• iii 








L9M.. ■ 
L990. ■ • 






1 1,426 


I.'in.l In urn 1 1 |pl| mil 1 ■ .|i-i ill Ll hi' 1 |1 


L9M. . . 
L990. . . 


,.. i .. 


II 1 


L9! 

L9J0. .. 






' 






" 


i.U'li 1 1 1 .1 


L9S 

i. - 


i B*J 




l ,967 


,1 M,,l 1 ,,,,., M ,,, 


L949. . . 




1,1,1 


193/...,. 
L9<9... 


83,689 












- 


■ubun. I 




' 




19! 

i ■>.,". . . 






L949. . . 




in . iitrvi i ' ■! ""1 1 1 1 1 ii |.. i • in, 


■ 


1 I'. 


• i 1 1 ,. 










aor« 

11.., |f in. I ., urn L| , iiiii Ltlplt mil ' I I 

I M....I i. r .., * iitm witling aulli|>lr mi i I 

i .mi i ' I.. Lud Lni h ' 

I .'in-! in 'ill ''.I i I I ''" '.ml ! m 

' 

: i . .... : I I !■! i 
mill 

multiple 

llll, I 

Ill ll.'l I. '1,1111 • , ll,' I 'I 11 

I ' ,'. 11,1 'I 

' ' 

In mill I lpl« ,„,lln 



L930, 






...UVi 

I .'•>•. 
' 



I ,*J7 



' 



I I.. 






.'.. 
668 

ii, in. 






628 
548 

3,608 

94,992 

: I 1 .. i I 

88,752 

i. 'I . il'. 



ARKANSAS 



153 



Economic Area Table 4.-Mlil.TIH.(vlNIT OPERATIONS, BY \CRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED) 

1954 AM) 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES <>!•' 



t-.r d«flol I LODl IBd '■•] Ll 



. 



Mull iplr-uoil uprrat iooa number 

Subunlto In multiple-unl t 
operntlonu I 

Mooe funs number 

Cropper f w-rmu number 

Land In multiple-unit operation/). . . . totnl acreo 

Hone rama ncree 

Cropper fl rmo aorao 

Cropland liarveated total aoreo 

Com harvaotad for 
grain multiple unite reporting 

aubunlto reporting 

norea 

buahele 

Cotton harvested multiple unite reporting 

aubunlte reporting 



Alee haxveeUK) multiple unite reporting 

eubunlta reporting 



■ubunlta reporting 
aoree 

Konaa and/or mulee. . . .mil tlple un! ' 

ledlerd-t'eeel op^rotieee re«teieiaf Mllial* — . I 

All aubunlte Including huam fern number 

Land In all aubunlte Including 

Ovnad by operator of multiple unlt..acree 

Rented by operator of multiple 

aoree 

i.ot Included In multiple 
units opera tore reporting 

■ 

tamntg 

tenants, not croppera 
nor share tenant! number 

Land In aubunlte not Included 
In multiple unite 10IYJ 



■ . 



I <" . 



■ 



■ i 
■ 
■ 





189,81 




i 








i 


1 


■ 




r 1.. 
1,1 






I. 


Li 












i 




1 






LM 


li 

in 




i J I 
i ,'"■ 




* 




■ 




SI, 66 


70 
174 









154 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUN1T OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total, selected areas 1 




Total 






Number of 


subunits 


























2 


3 


* 


5 to 9 


10 to 19 


20 and over 






7^622 


3,187 
3,737 


1,176 
1,322 


578 
661 


1,021 
1,162 


419 
489 


144 


2 


1950. . . 


251 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 




















28,676 
35,898 


6,374 

7,474 


3,528 
3,966 


2,312 
2,644 


6,571 
7,395 


5,450 
6,704 


4,441 


4 


1950. . . 


7,715 






6,199 
6,989 


3,015 
3,453 


1,112 
1,191 


550 
593 


974 
1,048 


409 
459 


139 


6 


1950. . . 


245 






22,477 
28, 909 


3,359 

4,021 


2,416 
2,775 


1,762 
2,051 


5,597 

6,347 


5,041 
6,245 


4,302 


8 


1950... 


7,470 


9 


Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 


3,183,143 


858, 617 


426,743 


272, 856 


752,319 


544,338 


328,270 


10 


1950. . . 


3,192,384 


810,616 


379,247 


246,022 


620,726 


527,160 


608,613 






2,673,888 
2,592,009 


747,214 
694,648 


357,088 
303,355 


231,907 
197,496 


632,755 
492,446 


448,218 
420, 557 


256,706 


12 


1950... 


483, 507 






509,255 
600,375 


111,403 
115,968 


69,655 
75,892 


40,949 
48, 526 


119,564 
128,280 


96,120 
106,603 




14 


1950. . . 


125 j 106 


15 


Cropland harvested total acres 1954 


1,761,419 
1,681,394 


427,099 
367,019 


238,884 
198,678 


161, 821 
131,409 


432,858 
352,796 


298,375 
291,486 


202,382 
340,006 


16 


1949... 


17 


Corn harvested for 




















4,500 


2,068 


828 


420 


747 


312 


125 


18 


1949... 


5,633 


2,693 


968 


493 


882 


390 


207 


19 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 


9,523 


2,802 


1,415 


819 


1,890 


1,446 


1,151 


20 


1949. . . 


12,860 


3,744 


1,715 


1,024 


2,388 


1,910 


2,079 


21 


acres 1954... 


142,079 


39,479 


20, 135 


13,916 


29,878 


22,396 


16,275 


22 


1949... 


200,333 


52,215 


24,096 


15,180 


38, 902 


30,838 


39,102 


23 


bushels 1954... 


2,113,392 


453,060 


260,119 


202,723 


497,061 


376,605 


323,824 


24 


1949... 


4,119,057 


1,019,234 


485,420 


320,465 


787,677 


665,324 


840,937 


25 




6,298 


2,990 


1,155 


574 


1,016 


419 


144 


26 


1949... 


7,33c 


3,494 


1,290 


656 


1,156 


489 


251 


27 


subunits reporting 1954... 


26,549 


5,253 


3,169 


2,164 


6,293 


5,326 


4,344 


28 


1949... 


32,959 


6,192 


3,515 


2,423 


6,925 


6,444 


7,460 


29 


acres 1954... 


755, 914 


158,201 


98,643 


70, 593 


192,070 


141,041 


95,366 


3f 


1949... 


996,288 


192,392 


113,285 


82,392 


221,448 


184,678 


202,093 


31 


bales 1954... 


652,803 


122,147 


81,733 


61,136 


168,784 


131,158 


87,845 


32 


1949... 


717,667 


121, 502 


75,532 


56, 552 


167,994 


139,616 


156,471 


'.:■ 




■ ' 


260 


97 


58 


118 


50 


25 


34 


1949... 


289 


167 




25 


29 


10 


14 


35 


subunits reporting 1954... 


■' 


312 


140 


76 


157 


59 


32 


36 


1949... 


., 


199 


80 


42 


55 


16 


17 


37 


acres 1954... 


157,780 


59,075 


25,593 


13,864 


33,859 


14,260 


11,129 


18 


1949... 


65,185 


27,862 


11,631 


7,236 


8,661 


3,804 


5,991 


39 


bushels 1954. . . 


9,149,931 


3,418,470 


1,461,560 


781,211 


2,084,274 


823,048 


581, 368 


40 


1949... 


3,121,668 


1,300,232 


570, 237 


349,836 


372,088 


209,769 


319,506 


41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




















38 


25 


6 


2 


1 


3 


1 


42 


1949... 


32 


29 


1 


1 


1 






43 


subunits reporting 1954... 


45 


29 


8 


3 


1 


3 


1 


44 


1949. . . 


32 


29 


1 


1 


1 






45 


acres 1954... 


80 


63 


8 


3 


1 


4 


1 


46 


1949. . . 


43 


39 


1 


2 


1 






47 


pounds 1954... 


25,260 


21,083 


975 


412 


50 


2,460 


280 


48 


1949. . . 


17,330 


15,850 


200 


1,000 


280 






49 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


3,380 


1,514 


555 


292 


603 


293 


123 


50 


1950. . . 


5,643 


2,661 


953 


490 


895 


420 


224 


51 


number 1954... 


14,581 


3,935 


1,732 


985 


2,977 


2,630 


2,322 


52 


1950... 
Landlord-tenant operations containing sultiple uoita: 


34,473 


9,008 


4,087 


2,512 


6,171 


5,722 


6,973 


53 




34,765 


7,969 


4,257 


2,780 


7,931 


6,707 


5,121 


54 


1950... 


46,954 


10, 192 


5,081 


3,529 


9,730 


8,555 


9,867 


55 


Land in all subunits including 




















3,628,082 
3,816,347 


984,670 
979,165 


483,050 
445,005 


314,947 
290,166 


862,682 
760,127 


617, 818 
625,805 


364,915 


56 


1950. . . 


716,079 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


2,365,740 


631,527 


294,769 


195,699 


560,391 


404, 143 


279, 211 


58 


1950. . . 


2,594,30° 


687,914 


286,357 


191, 556 


481,913 


414,942 


531,687 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 




















1,262,342 
1,221,978 


353, 143 
291,251 


188,281 
158,648 


119,248 
98, 610 


302,291 
278,214 


213,675 
210, 863 


85,704 


60 


1950... 


184,392 


61 


Subunits not included in 




















1,764 


670 


267 


163 


365 


208 


91 


62 


1950... 


2,665 


1,047 


441 


240 


485 


272 


180 


63 


number 1954... 


6,089 


1,595 


729 


468 


1,360 


1,257 


680 


64 


1950. . . 


11,056 


2,718 


1,115 


885 


2,335 


1,851 


2,152 


65 




5,040 
6,412 


1,293 
1,646 


600 
704 


379 
481 


1,122 
1,251 


1,090 
1,050 


556 


66 


1950... 


1,280 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 




















1,049 


302 
1,072 


129 
411 


89 
404 


238 
1,084 


167 

801 


124 


68 


1950. . . 


872 


69 


Land in subunits not Included 




















444,939 
623,963 


126,053 
168,549 


56,307 
65,758 


42,091 
44,144 


110,363 
139,401 


73,480 
98,645 


36,645 


70 


1950... 


107,466 



l Data for 1950 include reports for Conway, Faulkner, and Pulaski Counties which were not included in 1954 multiple 



ARKANSAS 155 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



4u 1 1 ipl * - uni I operations. 



total number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 
Home farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 
Cropper farms number 1954. . . 

1950... 



Land in multiple-unit operatlo 

Home farms 

Cropper farms 



. . . total 



1954... 
1950. . . 
1954... 
1950... 
1954. . . 
1950. . . 



Cropland 



3 ted. 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 1954. . . 

1949... 



Cotton harvested multiple unit 

subunit 



reporting 1954... 

1949... 

reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bales 1954... 

1949. . . 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 

Horses and/or mules... .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 

1-anHlord-i rnnr.i operations containing aultiple uaita: 

All oubunlts including home farm number 1954... 

1950... 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. . . 

1950... 

Subunits not Included in 

multiple unite operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 



Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954.. 

1950.. 



Number of subunits 



51,0C ! 
88,136 
45,716 
75,967 



1,573 

5,654 

20,425 

115,864 



3,733 
2,192 



12,918 
26,668 

10.659 



3^751 
33,582 



4,124 
12,338 
3,533 
9,694 



2,271 

389 

1,072 



5.3-1 
27,695 

7,478 
22,565 



1,997 
4,216 
50,626 



182 

17,358 
14,413 
2,945 

8,674 



5,563 
1,926 



19,325 
12,822 



1 Data for 1950 include reports for Conway, Faulkner, and Pulaski Counties which were not included in 1954 multiple-unit 



156 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunlts 



10 to 19 20 and 



Hu 1 1 ip[r-uni I operations number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Rice harvested .multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1954., 

1950., 
1954. , 

1950. 
1954. , 
1950. 

1954. 
1950., 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

1950. 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



223,744 
292,082 
197,757 
255,740 



49,947 
14,561 
21,879 



410 

101,086 
120,546 
90,471 
107,194 
10,615 
13,352 



207 

41,544 
49,907 
35,845 
44,221 
5,699 



1,486 
2,846 
22,666 
53,970 



155 

14,196 
23,590 
12,704 
19,438 
1,492 
4,152 



1,407 
8,097 
25,698 



2,383 
5,442 
1,434 
2,207 



374 

42,065 
63,082 
37,100 
53,906 
4,965 
9,176 



1,310 
3,380 
17,510 
67,520 



6,509 
13,753 
3,951 
6,297 



141 

17,662 
16,990 
16,250 
14,383 
1,412 
2,607 



2,790 
4,582 
1,465 
2,459 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Cvned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 
Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunlts not Included in 
multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not Included 
In multiple units acres 



ARKANSAS 157 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



IFor definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunits 



Mnltiple-anit operations number 1934. 

1950. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 

Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

lanaiord.teoaot oprraliooa containing nultiplr nnila: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954. 

1950. 



Owned by operator of multiple 



Subunits not included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950. 

Land in subunits not Included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



1,013 

200,276 
214,551 
175,878 
189,436 
24,398 
25,115 



8,879 

9,783 

107,304 

175,782 

333 
409 
1,040 
1,123 
24,261 
25,746 
15,689 
11,859 



3,980 

2,606 

218,190 

124,793 



329 

68,164 
81,045 
60,578 
70,790 
7,586 
10,255 



3,051 
4,426 
31,005 
82,070 



9,217 
3,373 
3,884 



111 

27,097 
21,924 
24,194 
19,074 
2,903 
2,850 



2,858 
3,394 
1,723 
1,583 



93 

18,572 
21,817 
16,465 
19,098 
2,107 
2,719 



1,207 
8,859 
28,985 



2,927 
2,954 
1,794 
1,413 



192 

40,920 
28,040 
35,021 
23,913 
5,899 
4,127 



1,782 
1,668 
22,992 
25,567 



165 

39,513 
20,« 
34,793 
17,792 
4,720 
2,671 



1,430 
1,229 
20,789 
18,333 



4,933 
3,539 
3,476 
i ,788 



158 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of eubunlts 



Khltiple-aait operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. . ..total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Rice harvested. 



.multiple units reporting 
subunits reporting 



1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses snd/or mules.. . .multiple units reporting 



1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 



Landlord-tenant operations containing aultiple unit 

All subunits including home farm number 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 
Rented by operator of multiple 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not Included 
In multiple units acres 



5,816 

768,517 
671,892 
624,014 
518,765 
144,503 
153,127 



1,106 
1,239 
2,022 
2,805 
34,018 

n . a, 

382,401 

■ . ,69; 



6,736 
175,531 
210,572 
143,795 
158,418 

192 



19,589 

2,832,897 

941,811 



.... 
2,001 
6,259 



968 

263,557 
203,278 
222,973 
168,695 
40,584 
34,583 



13,580 
16,458 
137,773 
321,503 

932 
851 
1,640 
1,516 
50,822 
51,469 
38,938 
37,816 

95 



20,497 

10,109 

1,217,759 

489,472 



601 

110,451 
76,712 
91,203 
56,136 
19,248 
20,576 



5,537 

5,609 

61,369 

116,036 



24,595 
25,501 
19,664 
18,545 



5,781 

2,921 

303,520 

127,058 



446 

73,606 
51,127 
57,639 
37,608 
15,967 
13,519 



3,764 
3,152 
45,234 
71,522 



16,526 
18,069 
14,152 
13,661 



5,442 

1,314 
.'- ,783 
74,542 



142,127 
119,572 
111,733 
88,053 
30,394 
31,519 



5,428 

7,356 

69,814 

148,788 

203 
219 
1,245 
1,327 
38,592 
43,041 
33,034 
31,773 

29 



2,276 
550,345 
87,005 



1,216 

113,696 
101,048 
90,377 
74,713 
23,319 
26,335 



84 
99 
1,043 
1,250 
30,441 
37,423 
25,736 
29,092 

17 



5,010 

1,695 

294,690 

85,000 



ARKANSAS 159 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Haltiple-anit operating number 19V... 

1950... 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Home farms number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Cropper farms number 1954... 

1950... 

Land In multiple-unit operations. . ..total acres 1954... 

1950... 
Home farms acres 1954... 

1950... 
Cropper farms acres 1954... 

1950... 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954... 

1949... 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

acres 1954. . . 

1949. . . 

bales 1954... 

1949. . . 

Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949. . . 

Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 

Laaslore-trnaal oprralioa* eoalaiaiag aultiplr uita: 

All subunlts including home faro number 1954... 

1950. . . 

Land in all subunlts including 

home farm acres 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 



Subunlts not included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950. . . 

Share tenants number 1954... 

1950... 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954... 

1950... 

Land in subunlts not Included 

In multiple unite acres 1954. . . 

1950... 



325,596 
269,825 
270,633 
223,691 
54,963 
46,134 



4,711 

6,438 

67,171 

162,845 



404 
419 
1,333 
1,382 
41,665 
55,973 
28,851 
34,393 

195 



48,859 

30,873 
2,890,127 



Number of subunlts 



269 

97,569 
98,545 
85,670 
86,275 
11,899 
12,270 



1,325 
2,252 
16,354 
53,625 



10,192 
16,088 
6,810 
8,942 



21,117 

14,329 

1,195,909 

655,765 



186 

46,077 
43,054 
36,504 
31,003 
9,573 
12,051 



1,022 
1,081 
11,639 
24,740 



7,225 
8,289 
5,166 

5,054 



11,055 

6,976 

675,974 

348,915 



173 

27,049 
29,707 
22,777 
23,175 
4,272 
6,532 



5,233 
8,659 
3,891 
5,845 



4,276 

3,455 
265,039 
168,224 



303 

103,448 
46,248 
84,317 
36,554 
19,131 
9,694 



1,453 
1,279 
24,745 
28,865 



12,365 
13,456 
8,748 
7,763 



11,301 

4,004 

664,667 

178,135 



198 

29,205 
42,311 
21,906 
38,514 
7,299 
3,797 



2,109 
60,000 
124,769 



160 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunlts 



Maltiple-unit operations number 

Subunlts in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1954. 
L949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Ovned by operator of multiple unit.. 
Rented by operator of multiple 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not included 
in multiple unite acres 



13,185 
15,931 
2,323 
2,505 

- , ■'-•■ 
13,426 



831,229 
187,793 
221 ,098 



2,468 
2,739 
12,788 
15,239 
365,707 
455,068 
351,661 
380,405 

114 



1,246 
1,911 
6,210 

14,254 



186,631 
133,950 
159,721 
110,817 
26,910 
23,133 



11,507 
10,209 

147,591 
194,007 

950 
1,039 
1,792 
1,962 
57,153 
57,064 
50,186 
44,046 

44 



9,266 

2,386 

531,402 



1,072 

126,760 
104,393 
105,175 
83,644 
21,585 
20,749 



8,039 

8,602 

109,230 

177,117 

469 
505 
1,335 
1,431 
42,949 
44,711 
39,725 



34,8 



3,053 

1,035 

168,621 

58,050 



810 

85,341 
76,434 
73,613 
62,588 
11,728 
13,846 



5,596 

5,811 
92,841 

120, 577 



30,115 
31,476 
28,425 
24,929 



1,675 

2,467 

88,000 

107,070 



278,929 
233,520 
235,030 
183,008 



14,775 
16,467 
279,130 
333,557 

483 
547 
3,095 
3,302 
95,158 
106,647 
91,040 
97,872 

26 



7,663 

1,270 

511,667 

71,065 



. 31 , ,.'-- 
230,807 
. '. ,. )'. 
178,810 
46,129 
51,997 



14,666 

17,014 

1,483 

384,805 

236 
248 
3,053 
3,463 
80,551 
97,519 
82,017 
81,813 

15 



ARKANSAS 161 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



IFor definitions and explanations, 



Naltiple*uit operations. .number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations.. ..total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954., 
1950., 
1954., 
195C . 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



195*. 

: W). 

. -j. 
: •■-. 
19*9. 

L9J*. 
19*9. 

:•■>-. 

WS*. 



1954. 
1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 
nuri a 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



V. . 

. •■ . 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunlts not included 
In multiple units acres 



1,072 
3,530 



449,923 

413,196 
62,555 
78,629 



588 

906 

1,215 

2,214 

17,912 

29,465 

289,796 

601,143 



1,163 
4,166 
5,509 
114,592 
15e,864 
93,916 
92,212 



93 



26,878 

4,809 

1,433,544 

231,587 



Number of subunlts 



61,89c 

56,589 
53,508 
47,134 
8,388 
9,455 

31,507 



2,308 
3,335 
38,365 
61,496 



14,220 

18,776 

, - 

9,820 



305 

49,966 
31,009 
45,176 
25,895 
4,792 
5,114 



2,321 
2,101 
37,852 
42,835 



12,745 
13,521 
11,051 
7,425 



2,131 
112,389 



1,085 

136,439 
102,: i 9 
122,076 
84,447 
14,363 
18,122 



4,666 

6,755 

78,654 

132,754 

173 
194 
1,060 
1,164 
32,284 
33,079 
26,942 
18,867 

28 



1,039 

105,838 
98,183 
92,597 
81,932 
13,241 
16,251 



2,191 
4,949 
37,262 
93,162 



84 
813 
1,035 
19,470 
29,017 
16,600 
17,662 

12 



3,499 
162,785 



162 



Mlimi'LK-UINIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(For definitions 



I i ip I r in. ■ i opera tloae number 

Subunltn In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper forma numbor 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Cropper fniwj acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
groin multlplo units reporting 

aubunlts reporting 



Bated multiple units reporting 

subunlta reporting 



Rloi harvi ■ 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

I'IMI. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 

I'f.n. 
1954. 
1'iMl. 
1954. 

I'IMI. 



['I',/.. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 

ri..'i. 

1954. 

r ..,'!. 



1954. 

1949. 

aubunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

aoros 1954. 

1949. 

p iunda L934. 

1949. 



ultlple units reporting 
a reporting 



H " ' in ■' I uli multiple units reporting 

number 



1954. 
l"M'. 
L954, 

I'lMi. 



Land In all ■ubimltl Including 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 
Rented by oporator of multiple 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In (lubunlts not Included 
In multiple units acres 



Total, selected 



1, 183,143 
3,192,384 
2,673,888 
2,592,009 

600,375 



200,333 
2,113,392 

6,298 
7,336 
26,549 
32,959 

652,803 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant nperatlo 



17,795 
19,078 
4,540 
4,592 
13,255 
14,486 

.i.vii.ni,.; 
1,348,748 
1,393,613 

1 , ii .M , ' " IV 
284,451 
280,741 



83,045 
98,644 

2,025,536 

4,606 
4,791 
.. ■ 29 
17,580 
468,899 
527,153 
405,300 
385,759 

360 



27,293 
5,200,599 
1,282,119 



Croppers , 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



9,1% 
13,173 
1,339 
1,765 
7,857 
11,408 

1,319,010 
1,554,276 
1,123,248 
1,297,678 
195,762 
256,598 



990 
1,424 
2,894 
4,559 
51,216 
81,740 
825,091 
1,699,189 

1 , <VI 
1,861 
8,477 
12,051 
239,620 
374,587 
205,334 
261,045 

216 



61,395 

31,955 

3,453,958 

1,525,398 



21,915 


1,845 


L4,010 


1,460 


2,344 


849 


3,664 


,452 




6,099 


17,095 


14,052 


17,795 


14,735 


19,078 


22 ,743 


678,064 


1,711,554 


348,748 


2,083,518 


869,377 


1,331,173 


741,697 


1,587,471 


808,687 


380,381 


607,051 


4%, 047 




1,430 




1,947 




5,539 




9,570 




5,040 




6,412 



1 r ■ ■! - ( ■■ ■ i- ii inn! 

I I'lllll I I! i itll'T 

than share 
tenants only 



: 16, 

289, "•'' 
157,027 
226,324 
29,042 
63,036 



1,369 


593 


7,818 


2,726 


19,949 


11,725 


I ''.■'''. 


30,162 


394,332 


254,040 




133 


' :.; 


398 


1,543 


272 


3,328 


1,337 


47,395 


7,154 


'...'...■'. 


40,118 


42,11,9 


4,330 


70,863 


18,501 



9,267 

5,937 

495,374 

314,151 



1,203 

76,442 
194,880 

67,386 

159,950 

9,056 

34,930 



2,235 


440 


5,133 


2,053 


238,464 


81,795 


384,081 


225,409 


165,190 


61,859 


265,201 


169,851 


73,274 


19,936 


L8,880 


55,558 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operation 



33,975 
65,388 
6,345 

I'., 



5,582 
20,619 
110,670 



5,501 

l.'VW,' 

3,525 
8,846 



share, and/or 
other tenants 



480 

33,124 
93,009 
30,744 
77,000 
2,380 
16,009 

5,177 



1 Datu for 1950 lncludo roports for Conway, Knulkner, and Pulaski Counties which I 



1954 multiple-unit 



ARKANSAS 



163 



Economi Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UN IT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continurd 



(Far definitions and explanation 



Kind or tenant In land lord -tenant operation 



Croppers, 
ahare, and/or 
other tenants 



roppmn and 

tenants other 
than share 



Kind of tenant In landlord-tenant operation 



ahar*! ind o 

other tenant 



. oppw a and 
tenants other 



■Itiple-eait eperatieaa number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

buahelB 1954. 

1949. 



195*. 

L9S*. 
[ 190. 

1954. 
)■■■• . 
L9S*. 
L9S0. 
L9J*. 
L9S0. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1954. 

:>:'•. 
L9S*. 
l •-••. 
I 154. 
i 149. 
: <;~. 
L949, 

19J*, 
1949. 
1954, 
1*9. 

:■•-•.. 

1'K'.. 

1954. 

■■■■. 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



' I n reporting 
number 



Land In all subunlts Including 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor snare tenants number 

[And In subunlts not Included 
In multiple units acres 



223,744 
292,082 
197,757 
255,740 
25,987 
36,342 



518 
684 
1,030 
8,376 
14,197 
97,775 
268,908 

425 



27,004 
49,947 

21,879 



811 

135,345 
141,200 
118,856 
119,972 
16,489 
21,226 



5,758 

8,820 

65,091 

167,966 



17,125 
31,480 
9,271 
13,704 



2,101 
4,387 
26,511 
82,574 



147 

14,911 
24,148 
13,092 
19,361 
1,819 
4,787 



1,013 

200,276 
214,551 
175,878 

24,398 
25,115 



8,879 

9,783 

107,304 

409 
1,040 

11,859 



3,980 
218,190 



356 

74,613 
63,394 
64,079 
52,527 
10,534 
10,867 



4,391 
4,135 
■■2,812 
76, 166 



11,437 
9,277 
7,128 
4,036 



567 

119,743 
133,113 
106,871 

12,872 



53,502 
77,825 



8,076 



2,380 

2,053 

103,300 



164 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNTT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Kind of tenant in landlord-tenant operatlo 



Croppers, 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Croppers and 
tenants other 
than share 



in landlord- 



Croppers, 
share, and/o: 



Multiple-unit operations number 1954... 

1950.. 

Subunits In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Home farms number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954. . 

1950. . 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Home farms acres 1954. . 

1950. . 
Cropper farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple unitB reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Rice harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949. . 

subunits reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954. , 

1949. . 



Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunits reporting 1954. , 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949. . 

Horses and/or mules ... .multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1950.. 

number 1954.. 

1950. . 

landlord- truant operation* containing uultiplr units: 

All subunits including home farm number 1954.. 

1950.. 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954.. 
1950. . 

Rented by operator of multiple 

unit acres 1954. . 

1950.. 

Subunits not included in 

multiple units operators reporting 1954.. 

1950. . 

number 1954. . 

1950., 

Share tenants number 1954. , 

1950.. 

Other tenants, not cropperB 

nor share tenants number 1954. 

1950., 

Land in subunits not included 

in multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 



7,371 
1,611 
1,555 



071,892 
624,014 
518,765 



34,018 
382^401 



1,629 
5,827 
6,736 
175,531 
210,572 
143,795 
158,418 



192 



19,589 

2,832,897 

941,811 



1,222 
2,001 
6,259 



433,368 
318,403 
346,680 
239,598 



872 
1,385 
1,662 
22,006 
26,918 
233,163 
539,390 



119,111 
127,934 
97,997 



298 , 103 
299,481 
247,685 
238,272 
50,418 
61,209 



10,847 
14,984 
133,341 
287,448 

343 
360 
1,563 
2,087 
48,961 
64,399 
39,584 
45,584 

72 



27,459 


18,631 


9,684 


7,706 


617,524 


1,106,773 


448,937 


383,316 



509 

37,046 

54,008 
29,649 
40,895 
7,397 

13,113 



7,459 
18,239 

6,214 
15,551 



1,798 

2,199 

108,600 

109,558 



B5,59l 

269,825 
270,633 
223,691 
54,963 
46,134 



4,711 

6,438 

67,171 

162,845 

404 
419 
1,333 
1,382 
41,665 
55,973 
28,851 
34,393 

195 



48,859 

30,873 

2,890,127 

1,475,808 



750 

152,667 
119,296 
124,433 
98,679 
28,234 
20,617 



26,141 
34,310 
18,316 

20,055 



31,877- 

14,129 

1,907,324 

692,422 



403 

158,379 
132,565 
133,156 
111,074 
25,223 
21,491 



1,432 
2,571 
19,266 
70,165 



12,787 
19,336 
8,507 
13,035 



14,187 
14,443 
867,305 
664,348 



ARKANSAS 



165 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UN1T OPERATIONS. BY KIND OF TENANT IN LAND LORD -TEN A NT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



nt In landlord-tenant operation 



Croppers, 
share , and/o: 



Croppers and 
tenants other 



In landlord-tenant operation 



CropP' 



Croppers and 



talliplt-onil operations number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations.. . .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



195*. 
1950. 
1954. 
L950. 
1954. 
1950. 

1954. 

1950. 
195*. 

1950. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Rice harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



...... 

. .... 
: .-... 

] 15*. 

: .-.. 

: ... ■. 
195*. 
: 
15*. 



; 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules ... .multiple units reporting 
number 



•s.. 
. •' . 
I 15*. 

; -• . 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not included 
in multiple units acres 



13,185 
15,931 
2,323 
2,505 
10,862 
13,426 

1,076,090 

1,057,327 

388,297 

831,229 
187,793 
226,098 



2,468 

2,739 
12,788 
15,239 
365,707 
455,068 
351,661 
380,405 

114 



29,000 

7,158 

1,708,673 

341,045 



1,911 
6,210 
14,254 



698,839 
774,406 



1,940 
143,238 



8,378 
8,346 
1,739 
1,672 
6,639 
6,674 

625,719 
464,925 
516,134 
361,094 

103,585 
103,831 



1,365 
1,269 
2,816 
2,489 
37,539 
38,324 
600,601 
815,042 

1,843 
1,820 
8,148 
8,008 

236,790 
218,999 
203,527 

72 



16,307 

1,909 

1,006,087 

74,7*0 



372,298 
477,183 
307,913 
----.■- 8 
64,385 
95,565 



370 

479 

1,344 

1,817 

23,720 

34,323 

444,636 

739,192 

486 

653 

3,804 

112.419 
170,073 
107,427 
136,453 



331,294 

458,677 



884 


4,384 


1,849 


5,913 


131 


854 


2*4 


1,072 


753 


3,530 


1,605 


4,841 


78,073 


512,478 


- . ■ 


491,827 


64,250 


449,923 


88, 517 




. 1,823 


62,555 


26,702 


78,629 




245,444 


78,803 


2*8,772 



329 


1,215 


658 


2,214 


4,198 


17,912 


10,042 


29,465 


93,546 


289,796 


95,413 





266 
836 

1,767 

48,205 
40,425 



114,592 
158,864 
93,916 
92,212 



408 
1,608 


2,759 

5,441 


1,180 
2,49* 


5,670 
8,233 


107,137 
147,743 


581,951 
584,342 


89,959 


412,677 
428,675 


39,846 
57,784 


169,274 
155,667 



216,032 
160,536 
189,456 
130,749 
26, 576 
29,787 



1,081 

8,932 

11,476 

134,513 



583 
685 
2,120 
2,493 
61,970 
68,415 
50,064 
38,308 

39 



8,960 

1,018 

496,774 

30,140 



263,87! 

292,191 
231,070 
252,143 
S ,801 
« ,0*8 



7,821 
15,828 
139,947 
324, 522 

243 
364 
1,820 
2,518 
44,707 
75,706 
37,112 
45,143 

47 



15,831 

3,177 

809,070 

167,092 



167 




168 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrT OPERATIONS: 







Total, 






















(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


selected 
counties 


Alachua 


Baker 


Bay 


Calhoun 


Columbia 


Escambia 


Franklin 


Gadsden 


Gilchrist 


1 


All [ar.» number 1954. . . 


22,180 


1.610 


390 


264 


523 


987 


1,334 


36 


1.024 


369 


2 


1950... 


25,630 


1.804 


431 


219 


622 


1.131 


1.525 


35 


1.285 


426 


3 




4.058,666 


396.192 


102 , 523 


44,182 


107,222 


262,095 


156,900 


23.484 


198,050 


108,058 


4 


1950... 


. 890 . 5 ; 1 


359,377 


69.656 


28.491 


103,171 


303,887 


130,557 


27,896 


235.435 


113,912 


5 




865,866 


78,925 


7,663 


6,958 


24.430 


38,868 


24,558 


65 


45,290 


34,109 


$ 


1949... 


882,844 


81,414 


7,828 


1,796 


19,717 


42,764 


20,708 


22 


49,252 


26,132 


7 




12,805 


543 


197 


49 


330 


459 


547 


! 


812 


224 


8 


1949. . . 


16,123 


905 


318 


59 


374 


735 


667 




976 


276 


9 


acres 1954... 


288,597 


14.674 


1.732 


347 


5,927 


9,391 


6,563 


2 


29,669 


6.446 


li 


1949. . . 


291,915 


17,382 


4.269 


666 


5,075 


14,983 


6,948 




29,747 


5.416 


11 


bushels 1954. . . 


4,854,977 


215.857 


17.159 


5.739 


158,521 


122,024 


138,875 


30 


801,760 


88.933 


12 


1949... 


3.449,652 


203,908 


42.428 


6,759 


70,961 


142,590 


118,132 




524.071 


47,820 


13 




5,528 


16 


1 


6 


78 


79 


215 




44 




14 


1949... 


5,610 


21 




7 


40 


7 


247 




6 




15 


acres 1954... 


33.410 


136 


4 


35 


553 


281 


1.600 




203 




16 


1949. . . 


43,054 


99 




82 


288 


31 


2.425 








17 


bales 1954... 


24.341 


85 


3 


30 


380 


167 


1.356 




150 




18 


1949... 


17,429 


31 




44 


145 


9 


1,298 




13 




19 




5.237 


482 


158 




2 


592 






289 


191 


20 


1949... 


5,708 


554 


138 






678 






321 


165 


21 


acres 1954... 


23,147 


2,367 


352 






2,033 






4,391 


508 


22 


1949. . . 


21,291 


2,208 


286 






1,830 






4.311 


349 


23 


pounds 1954... 


28,428,109 


2.783,366 


429,447 




2,400 


2.539.692 






5.555.526 


507,014 


24 


1949... 


21,721,251 


2.193.600 


320,307 






1.943,223 






5,124,987 


331,291 


25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 


























4,004 


126 


8 


1 


lib 


68 


10 




85 


43 


26 


1949... 


4,841 


101 


2 


9 


130 


73 


11 




89 


56 


27 


acres 1954... 


46.137 


1,998 


34 


1 


1,739 


857 


74 




926 


186 


28 


1949. . . 


58,017 


2.615 


9 


112 


2.274 


799 


22 




699 


272 


29 


pounds 1954. .. 


35,614,743 


1,456,220 


33.650 


550 


2,122,764 


344.950 


65,700 




763.696 


141,827 


30 


1949... 


45,885,817 


1,662,961 


6.000 


88,794 


1,999.130 


454,932 


8,080 




452.057 


165.230 


Jl 




10,221 


746 


199 


85 


206 


509 


363 


8 


633 


160 


J2 


1950... 


16.205 


1,095 


262 


104 


385 


756 


704 


11 


'.53 


290 


33 


number 1954. .. 


15,655 


1,229 


259 


116 


261 


709 


504 


19 


1.801 


218 


34 


1950... 


27,147 


2,170 


347 


140 


548 


1.107 


981 


27 


2,273 


413 


35 






44 
84 








33 
38 


17 
6 




18 
50 




36 


1950... 


793 


8 


3 


16 




5 


37 


Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


1.399 


100 


8 




7 


71 


36 




49 


2 


38 


1950... 


1,784 


210 


19 


6 


36 


80 


13 




143 


10 


39 




587 


44 


3 




3 


33 


17 




18 


1 


40 


1950... 


773 


82 


7 


3 


16 


37 


6 




47 




41 




812 


56 


5 






38 


19 




31 


1 


42 


1950. . . 


1,011 


128 


12 


3 


20 


43 


7 




96 


5 


43 




309.432 




3,625 




3.800 


14,158 


3.626 




7,683 


200 


44 


1950. . . 


345,788 


43 , 530 


985 


4,870 


11,654 


21,936 


881 




27,422 


9,120i 


45 




36,075 


4,688 


: 






2.523 


274 




764 




46 


1950. . . 


32.225 


8,260 




7?4 


294 


478 


80 




967 


135 


47 




324,607 
350,526 


25.215 

48,241 


4.201 
933 




3.715 
11.630 


15.463 
21,787 


3.890 
885 




7.751 
27,025 


200 
9.086 


48 


1950... 


5,606 




49 




286.074 
296,035 


22,215 
41.691 


4.053 
562 




3.275 


13.422 

18.649 


3,070 
668 




7.196 
24.592 


180 
8,725 


50 


1950... 


5,400 




51 




38.533 


3.000 


148 




440 


2.041 


820 




555 


20 


52 


1950. . . 


54.491 


6,550 


371 


206 


1.238 


3.138 


217 




2,433 


361 


53 




93.613 


9,053 


238 




617 


3,015 


1,523 




2.053 




54 


1949. . . 


90,644 


15.171 


408 


142 


2,061 


3,116 


287 




5,662 


541 


55 


Corn harvested for 


























542 


29 


2 




.; 


24 


14 




17 




56 


1949... 


689 


6 


8 


2 


15 


33 






48 


2 


57 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


800 


35 


5 




5 


■ 


- 




36 




58 


1949... 


1,092 


102 


15 


2 


27 


50 


9 




127 


3 


59 


acres 1954... 


26.946 


1.450 


103 




217 


589 


317 




1.485 




60 


1949. . . 


29.457 


3.133 


274 


78 


454 


1,467 


143 




3.629 




61 


bushels 1954... 


431,072 


21.297 


510 




6,900 


8,084 


7,154 




37,430 




62 


1949... 


340.223 


37.579 


2,190 


280 


7,540 


9,046 


3,129 




64,190 


650 


63 




270 


2 






2 


3 


15 




4 




64 


1949. . . 


262 








2 




4 








65 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


389 


2 






2 


3 


21 




■ 




66 


1949. . . 


385 












6 








67 


acres 1954... 


2,630 








12 


15 


141 




25 




68 


1949... 


3,502 








74 




67 








69 


bales 1954... 


1.943 


12 






8 


12 


114 




17 




70 


1949. . . 


1,517 








51 




39 








71 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


396 


39 


3 






33 






13 


1 


72 


1949. . . 


368 


57 


5 






35 






27 


1 


73 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


599 


54 


8 






43 






17 


1 


74 


1949. . . 


505 




8 






45 








1 


75 


acres 1954... 


3.229 


373 


37 






168 






130 


6 


76 


1949. . . 


2.184 


481 


24 






166 






315 


2 


77 


pounds 1954... 


3.925.689 


435.543 


44,100 






193,555 






160,766 


5,400 


78 


1949... 


2.396,601 


523.916 


24.436 






191,378 






421,116 


1,600 


79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


169 


8 






2 


1 






9 




8(3 


1949... 


283 


12 




1 


9 












81 


subunlts reporting 1954 . . . 


247 


9 






4 


1 






10 




82 


1949... 


437 


15 




1 


16 


12 






10 




83 


acres 1954... 


3,824 


205 






93 


12 






89 




84 


1949. . . 


7.246 


324 




22 


281 


264 






133 




85 


pounds 1954 .. . 


2,800,785 


120.200 






118,000 


10,000 






99.740 




86 


1949. . . 


5,229,413 


220.500 




12,344 


243,000 


156,440 






65.800 


1,260 


87 


Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 1954... 


422 


32 


3 




3 


29 


5 




17 


1 


m 


1950. . . 


639 


70 




1 


13 


28 






43 


5 


89 


number 1954... 


908 


69 


10 




5 


45 


7 




49 




90 


1950... 


1.764 


200 


9 


1 


35 


58 


4 




213 


11 


91 




20,781 
23,846 


1,510 
1,594 


382 
412 


264 

213 


51b 
586 


916 
1,051 


1 ,298 
1,512 


36 
35 


975 
1,142 


367 
416 


92 


1950. . . 


93 




3,734.059 


370,977 


98,322 


44,182 


103 , 507 


246,632 


153.010 


23,484 


190.299 


107,858 


94 


1950. . . 


3,540,007 


311,136 


68.723 


22,885 


91.541 


282,100 


129,672 


27,896 


208,410 


104,826 



FLORIDA 



169 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Gulf 


Helton 


Ho lines 


Jackson 


Jefferson 


Lafayette 


.eon 


Liberty 


Madison 


Okaloos 


a Santa Rosa 


Suwannee 


.ion 


Waiulla 


Walton 


Washington 




93 


747 


1.481 


2,997 


924 


483 


910 


285 


1.104 


8 


63 1,332 


1.705 


385 


242 


1,2 


14 1.003 


1 


133 


734 


1,811 


3,662 


1,083 


439 


1,219 


238 


1.213 


9 


98 1,404 


2,009 


403 


343 


1,2 


08 1 .195 


2 


43.928 


177.189 


183.961 


432.747 


226,769 


105,982 


182,889 


48,301 


237.499 


103.8 


04 120,982 


314 ,848 


100,052 


36,449 


166,5 


54 178,006 


3 


24,680 


147.321 


194,605 


450,326 


2a ,084 


90,169 


190,133 


42,495 


221,028 


103,3 


49 122.359 


320 ,084 


87,169 


35,266 


136,2 


76 111.807 


4 


-■;' 


34,368 


45,437 


133.908 


52,744 


23,106 


27,572 


2,861 


63.211 


16,5 


54 a, 702 


93,267 


10,968 


4.930 


31,0 


75 22,459 


5 


684 


35.934 


50,692 


144,386 


56,449 


22,777 


29,659 


2,524 


59,468 


20,9 


66 46,192 


92.875 


12,609 


5,269 


29.7 


01 23 .026 


6 


32 


491 


864 


2,137 


704 


269 


603 


89 


693 


i 


0.2 686 


1.174 


168 


50 


1 


03 563 


7 


39 


505 


1,245 


2.743 


811 


285 


744 


88 


348 




84 816 


1.394 


262 


5. 


7 


88 781 


8 


272 


12,493 


15,382 


- 


22,887 


5,865 


13.532 


1,107 


23.220 


7,i 


93 16.447 


26.234 


3,510 


771 


11.8 


12 8.211 


9 


253 


9,948 


17,465 


48,404 


19.696 


4,611 


13,524 


883 


20.107 


8,3 


96 11,198 




4,699 


1,161 


10,2 


32 10,583 


10 


5.644 


199.410 


225,519 


712,038 


299,748 


72,876 


294,023 


15,511 


342.609 


108,. 


15 294,252 


384.039 


49,888 


13.961 


181, C 


30 107,216 


11 


3.298 


116,091 


200,617 


503,636 


225,453 


39,963 


156,513 


9,122 


184.628 


105, f 


170 197 .044 


242,471 


54.999 


9.721 


135,; 


00 108,257 


12 




314 


719 


1,345 


3a 


55 


303 


1 


524 


3 


90 508 


211 


8 






61 209 


13 






235 


382 


1,379 


372 


27 


337 


- 


467 




42 544 


66 






i 


08 219 


14 






1,385 


5,029 


7,230 


1.324 


196 


912 


5 


2.842 


1.' 


67 5.964 


582 


24 




2,t 


46 892 


15 






1,669 


7,421 


8,767 


2,072 


205 


1,394 


47 


3.367 


3,C 


31 7.466 


263 






3.1 


91 1,222 


It. 






869 


3,976 


4,537 


657 


134 


521 


4 


1,832 


1. 


5,026 


436 


19 




2.C 


99 670 


17 






580 


3,176 


3.603 


676 


69 


490 


17 


1,296 


1,3 


93 3.051 


81 






1,1 


85 472 


18 






591 


22 


79 


177 


350 


20 




803 






1,291 


188 






1 1 


19 






600 


23 


76 


175 


378 


20 


i 


891 








1,5a 


165 






1 1 


20 






2,969 


53 


192 


a9 


1,566 


64 




2,651 








4,946 


630 






Z) 2 


21 






2.756 


52 


162 


340 


1,322 


46 


1 


2.401 








4,692 


535 






Z) (Z) 


22 






3,725,510 


48,499 


190,541 


405,968 


2.176,197 


70,730 




2.999,324 








6,166,675 


8. i,8o; 






15 3,400 


23 






2,378,503 


44,094 


141,488 


323.604 


1.427,555 


a, 569 


153 


2,352.989 








4.549,715 


548,045 




] 


3 


.'■: 






35 


474 


1,652 


141 


48 


132 


1 


31 




65 395 


201 


5 


13 




40 114 


23 






6 


499 


2,387 


201 


62 


171 




27 




68 442 


174 


5 


16 


] 


83 129 


26 






302 


3,077 


25,400 


910 


250 


503 


1 


287 




i62 4.917 


1,548 


25 


310 


1,. 


38 792 


27 






43 


3,638 


33,699 


1.247 


161 


577 




338 




50 6,790 


1,554 


86 


307 


1,3 


58 967 


.'.i 






132,633 


2.088,909 


18.309.972 


507,891 


220,975 


172,360 


500 


199.375 


981, 


OJ 4.342,422 


1,519,420 


11,200 


236,164 


1,394. 


51 567,814 


."J 






32,070 


2,767,171 


26.828,092 


669,489 


95,585 


260,144 




106.915 


605, 


70 6,511,004 


1.183.893 


28,500 


286,795 


1.032.' 


30 640,375 


'0 




362 


695 


1.690 


560 


158 


544 


63 


591 




285 


715 


173 


68 




23 506 


31 




521 


1.244 


2,690 


742 


262 


825 


115 


887 




99 602 


1.242 


307 


ia 




52 820 


32 




486 


972 


2,764 


878 


194 


915 


68 


818 




65 379 


885 


268 


84 




64 648 


13 


83 


791 


1,920 


5,562 


1.231 


321 


1.374 


146 


1.409 




101 856 


1.671 


575 


181 




198 1,122 


34 




64 


23 


91 


26 


34 


9 


1 


64 




6 21 


128 


13 






1" 5 


1! 






43 


77 


134 


22 


.. 


9 


1 


42 




20 36 


150 


9 






11 20 


36 






160 


50 


198 


67 


72 


18 


2 


158 




12 44 


270 


29 






36 10 


37 






112 




295 


46 


8 




2 


91 




40 74 


322 


18 






28 a 


18 






55 


22 


81 


23 


34 


7 


. 


60 




5 a 


126 


12 






16 5 


39 






47 


75 


130 


22 


. 


9 


1 


a 




20 35 


147 


9 






10 20 


40 






105 


28 




44 


38 


11 


1 


98 




7 23 


144 


17 






20 5 


41 






65 


% 


165 


24 


4 


10 


1 


50 




20 39 


175 


9 






18 21 


■■ 






38,500 




27,560 




12,256 


. 


34 


32,505 


1, 


X30 4,781 


43,888 


8,877 




8,? 


14 816 


43 






17,190 


16,391 


48,955 


35,806 


690 




200 




7, 


J.2 4,937 


54,357 


3,655 




3,C 


86 4,255 


44 






5,876 




4,331 


1,769 




• 




6,756 




■ 


4,504 


..-. 






84 








2,366 


463 


5,318 


665 


70 






2.837 




.. 


7,614 








135 


..' 






42,700 




30,444 


53,911 


13.989 


9.772 


34 


34.308 






48.229 


7,510 




9,( 


29 816 


47 






18,782 


15,574 


46.088 


33.308 


725 


11,665 


199 


15.911 


6. 


48 5.570 


60,834 


3.678 




2, 


09 4,342 


' 






37,312 


6,100 


25,070 


52,630 


11,159 


9.565 


2 


30.150 






40,475 


6.775 




8, 


28 631 


49 






15.549 


10.706 


37,843 


32,137 


472 


11.386 


198 


13.784 


5. 


3 . 3« 


46,600 


3.234 




1, 


28 3.446 








5.388 


1.220 


5,374 


1,281 


2,830 


207 


32 


4.158 




9.' 1,152 


7.754 


735 




l.< 


101 185 


51 






3.233 


4,868 


8,245 


1.171 


253 


279 


1 


2,127 




41 2,204 


14.234 


444 




1, 


81 896 


52 






10.294 


1.700 


11,399 


17,667 


3.616 


1.240 


20 


10,018 




jo 2.631 


15.707 


907 




1, 


,04 110 








5,287 


5,802 


15,627 


5.416 


333 


1,054 


42 


4,780 


1. 


49 2,554 




288 




1, 


02 1.314 






60 


22 


85 


24 


33 


i- 




57 




6 19 


109 


12 






16 3 


55 






44 


69 


124 


19 


4 


6 




38 




19 27 


122 


7 






10 18 


- 






91 


31 


138 


46 


38 


10 




96 




8 29 


135 


14 






25 4 


57 






71 


103 


187 


29 


5 


10 




57 




30 45 


163 


10 






a 26 








3.420 


878 


3.7e7 


3,632 


1.182 


284 




3.831 




-10 87*. 


3.751 


174 






01 a 


59 






1.897 


2.163 


4,975 


1,269 


83 






1.497 




>98 935 


4.972 


129 






06 526 


60 






59,730 


13.180 


58,359 


51,195 


15.251 


6,146 


125 


52,167 


3, 


S46 21.654 


56,607 


2,300 




8. 


40 397 


■ 






17,280 


25,733 


53.888 


14.730 


480 


6,015 




13.530 


9, 


S89 17,365 


42.837 


1.252 




5, 


80 7,440 


. 






41 


20 


60 


8 


s 


2 




47 




3 19 


19 








14 3 








17 


64 


80 


5 


1 


■. 




23 




18 22 


5 








8 9 








66 


29 


86 


18 


a 


2 




78 




3 25 


20 








17 3 


•■■ 






32 


93 


114 


7 


i 


.. 




34 




25 29 


6 








17 13 


66 






358 


223 


583 


96 


37 


13 




515 




49 303 


73 








54 10 








210 


939 


799 


55 


5 


15 




282 




19 426 


56 








71 84 


68 






239 


178 


401 


51 


25 


7 




350 




43 282 


58 








36 10 


69 






70 


408 


383 


13 


1 


5 








19 177 


27 








68 44 


70 






62 




1 


13 


32 


1 




59 








127 


12 








71 






46 




3 


u 


4 






40 








134 


3 








72 






131 




1 


17 


44 


1 




100 








164 


18 








73 






78 


3 


3 


11 


5 






58 








171 


3 








■/.'. 






1,050 




2 


54 


206 


<Z) 




a7 








722 


64 








75 






343 


5 


7 


34 


15 






169 








615 


8 








76 






1,279.634 




2,400 


52,935 


282,512 


40 




489.016 








900,838 


78,950 








77 






343.220 


3,400 


7,193 


35,900 


20,335 






165.969 








647,3a 


10,800 








78 






2 


14 


79 


6 


6 


! 




3 




2 13 


14 








9 


79 






1 


58 


118 


4 


1 


1 




1 




22 


13 


1 






5 8 


*i 






2 


23 


120 


18 


6 


1 




3 




2 16 


20 








12 


«l 






3 


89 


195 


6 


1 


1 




1 




14 31 


16 


2 






9 14 


rt.- 






25 


177 


2.239 


271 


38 


6 




33 




22 2!1 


245 








58 


H« 






18 


822 


3.833 


74 


1 


30 




8 




213 485 


404 


8 






89 233 


rt.. 






8,000 


103,668 


1,443,914 


158,770 


33.773 


2,400 




27,300 


20, 


,96 189,045 


253.351 






212, 


28 


ns 






11.400 


529,327 


2,832,681 


29.200 


250 


13.000 




5.000 


177, 


XX) 428,630 


308.356 


4.000 




88, 


25 102.700 


*, 






47 


17 


62 


17 


lb 


6 




48 




2 4 


88 


10 






11 4 


87 






41 


59 


116 


18 


3 


6 


. 


a 




17 14 


126 


8 






10 13 








111 


41 


130 


75 


25 


22 




115 




2 7 


142 


17 






29 6 


;'■' 






96 


159 


385 


62 


5 


30 


i 


107 




33 22 


256 


20 






20 37 


« 


98 


587 


1.431 


2,799 


857 


ai 


892 


283 


946 




S51 1,158 


1.435 


356 


242 


1, 


78 993 


91 


133 


622 


1.640 


3,367 


1.037 


431 


1,200 


236 


1,122 




)58 1,330 


1.687 


385 


343 


1.. 


40 1.154 


9.' 


43.928 


134.489 


176.641 


402.303 


172,858 


91,993 


173.117 


48,267 


203,191 


102. 


!65 115,811 


266.619 


92,542 


36,449 


157, 


25 177,190 


M 


24.680 


128,539 


179.031 


404.238 


207,776 


89,444 


178,468 


42,296 


205.117 


97, 


>01 116,789 


259.250 


83,491 


35,266 


133,' 


67 107,465 


94 



170 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 








Total 


, selected ai 












Total 


Size of unit 




Under 
30 acres 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 


140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


1 

2 


• 


621 
793 


19 
9 


23 

27 


12 
27 


53 
68 


44 
106 


68 
94 


42 
72 


40 
43 


1950. . . 


3 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


1.399 

1.784 


38 
21 


46 
59 


25 
57 


107 
151 


94 
222 


139 
197 


93 
160 


82 
93 


4 


1950. . . 






587 
773 


17 
8 


21 
26 


12 
27 


44 
64 


42 

104 


65 
92 


40 
72 


38 
41 


i 


1950... 


7 




812 
1,011 


21 
13 


25 
33 


13 
30 


63 

87 


52 

118 


74 
105 


53 
88 


44 
52 


1950. . . 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 

1950... 


324,607 
350,526 


335 

173 


884 
1,092 


714 
1.620 


4.404 
5.677 


5.178 
12,498 


10,800 
14,875 


8,301 

14.192 


9,502 
10,270 






286,074 
296,035 


202 

97 


567 
639 


525 
902 


2.952 

3.155 


3.424 
7.993 


8.259 
10,407 


6,071 

10,242 


7,349 

7,729 


12 


1950... 


u 


C er farms acres 1954 


38,533 
54,491 


133 
76 


317 
453 


189 
718 


1,452 
2,522 


1.754 
4.505 


2,541 
4,468 


2,230 
3,950 


2.153 
2.541 


14 


1950... 


15 
16 


C land harvested total acres 1954 


93,613 
90,644 


208 

104 


412 
460 


286 
753 


1,872 
2,811 


2,389 
5,648 


4.783 
6.177 


3.498 
5.913 


3,505 
4.608 


1949... 


17 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


689 


13 
7 


22 

19 


e 

22 


42 
58 


34 

91 


58 
80 


36 

64 


39 
35 


19 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


800 
1.092 


16 
12 


26 
34 


10 
32 


52 
95 


43 

143 


77 
125 


51 

101 


54 
58 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


26,946 
29,457 


100 
62 


283 
257 


114 
355 


995 
1,425 


810 
2,519 


1,842 
2,581 


1,217 
2,515 


1.486 
1.763 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


431.072 
340.223 


1,512 
992 


2,818 
3.263 


991 

4.420 


12,451 
16,904 


11,820 
28,254 


23,710 
29.383 


20,258 

29.041 


26,607 
18,200 


25 
26 


1949... 


270 
262 


8 

4 


11 


7 
10 


26 
30 


20 
48 


25 
36 


17 
24 


12 

13 


27 
26 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


389 
385 


11 
4 


12 


7 
12 


29 
36 


30 
70 


35 

50 


22 

37 


19 

19 


29 
30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


2.630 
3,502 


14 


42 
25 


52 
74 


158 
236 


177 
450 


200 
391 


170 
413 


127 
227 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


1 . '-. 1 
1.517 


33 


23 

11 


46 
28 


122 
97 


144 
202 


132 

168 


132 
172 


77 
100 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


396 
368 


6 


4 


4 

7 


24 
14 


28 
36 


41 
38 


28 
35 


26 
24 


35 
36 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


599 
505 




I 


9 


27 
18 


38 
43 


53 

46 


37 
43 


36 
33 


37 

18 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.229 

2.184 


14 
3 


16 
6 


8 
24 


79 

48 


131 


235 

167 


272 
152 


165 
113 


39 

40 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.925.689 
2,396,601 


11,900 
2.400 


14,490 
8,050 


8,500 
21.406 


88,388 
50,576 


154.478 
176.982 


222,346 

176.585 


241,468 
155.987 


233,263 
127,204 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949. . . 


169 
283 


2 


5 


4 
8 


13 

30 


13 
51 


18 

36 


10 
24 


12 

15 


43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


247 
437 


4 
2 


6 

6 


4 

11 


15 
35 


18 
75 


24 

59 


15 
40 


19 
25 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.824 
7,246 


13 
5 


26 
23 


28 
83 


141 
292 


136 

724 


258 

638 


153 
459 


232 
513 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


2,800.785 
5.229.413 


7,845 
2,400 


10,532 
17.325 


33.400 
75.445 


91.238 
252.638 


110,446 
572,415 


209,312 
468.868 


91,152 
282,040 


127,718 
309,610 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. . ..multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


422 
639 


10 

4 


12 
15 


16 


31 
51 


22 

89 


41 
77 


26 
56 


24 

35 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950. . . 


908 


12 


16 
22 


11 
30 


50 
97 


32 
182 


63 

172 


39 
133 


42 
83 


53 


Landlord- tenant operations containing Multiple unitai 


1.778 


40 


62 


31 


127 


111 


158 


102 


93 


54 


1950. . . 


2,277 


25 


68 


64 


178 


250 


227 


185 


98 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


345.507 


344 

303 


4,027 
1.297 


1,022 
1.761 


4,942 
6.563 


5,780 

14,411 


11.477 
16.238 


8.479 
15,248 


10,205 
10,363 


56 


1950... 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


309,432 
345,788 


293 
146 


1.112 
1,056 


932 

1.441 


4.731 
6,024 


5,577 
13,446 


10,154 
15,525 


7,291 
13,432 


8,676 
9,263 


58 


1950. . . 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


36.075 
32,225 


51 
157 


2.915 
241 


90 
320 


211 
539 


203 
965 


1.323 

713 


1,188 
1,816 


1.529 

1,100 


60 


1950. . . 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunits not Included in 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


138 
203 

493 


1 
3 
2 


5 

8 
16 
9 


3 
6 


8 
12 
20 
27 


18 
17 
28 


10 
22 
19 
30 


7 
18 
9 

25 


7 
5 
11 
5 


65 




100 
119 




2 


3 


5 

7 


7 
6 


8 
12 


1 
6 


2 
1 


66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


279 
374 


I 


16 


3 


15 
20 


10 
22 


11 
18 


6 
19 


9 
4 


64 


1950... 


6; 


Land in subunits not included in multiple 


20.900 
27,487 


9 
130 


3.143 
205 


308 
141 


538 
886 


602 
1,913 


677 
1,363 


178 
1,056 


703 
93 


7C 


1950... 



FLORIDA 



171 



BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Total, selected areas— Continued 



Size of unit — Continued 



Size of unit 



148 

6,744 

5,175 

102,952 

56,342 

41 



100 

6,857 

6,027 

118,438 

75.331 

33 



160 

2.380 
3,340 
48,816 
50,823 
56 



2,692 

249 
1.626 



2.492 

448 
1.530 



58.015 
66,541 



6,750 
8,482 



71,674 
71 ,076 



169.542 
174,212 



15,502 
10,321 



24,590 
39,607 



1,619 
2,512 



51 

370 
2.769 

335 
2,422 

35 

347 



1,001 



1,281 
1,157 



3,782 
6,076 



172 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 3 




Total 




SI 


se of unit 








30 aores 


30 to 49 


50 to 69 


70 to 99 


100 to 
139 acres 






551 
680 


15 
8 


16 
18 


8 
20 


38 
53 


41 


2 


1950. . . 


83 


i 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 


1,252 

1.544 


30 
19 


32 

41 


16 
43 


77 
121 


88 


4 


1950. . . 


174 






519 
662 


13 

7 


14 
17 


8 
20 


29 
49 


39 


6 


1950... 


81 


, 


Cropper farms number 1954 


733 
882 


17 
12 


18 
24 


8 
23 


48 
72 


49 


8 


1950. . . 


93 


9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. ...total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


301.013 
313.637 


270 
153 


616 
710 


478 
1.204 


3,169 
4.445 


4,808 
9.806 






266.302 
265.930 


177 
86 


397 
434 


385 
663 


2,315 
2,404 


3.175 


12 


1950. . . 


6,367 


! , 


Cro er farms acres 1954 


34.711 
47.707 


93 
67 


219 
276 


93 

541 


854 

2,041 


1.633 


u 


1950. . . 


3,439 




C land harvested total acres 1954 


87,002 

81,793 


154 
14 


290 
306 


134 
609 


1,294 
2,222 


2,148 


16 


1949... 


4,479 


i ; 


Corn harvested for 


480 
593 


11 
6 


15 
12 


5 
17 


28 

47 


31 


18 


1949... 


70 


19 
80 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


708 
932 


13 

11 


17 
23 


6 

24 


36 

77 


39 

109 


22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


24,566 
26,117 


53 


215 
166 


67 
285 


669 
1.145 


674 
1,882 


23 

24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


382,256 
289,400 


1.122 
692 


2.283 
1,818 


700 
3,480 


7,646 
12,810 


8.513 
20.264 


26 


1949... 


- 
1 


5 

4 


8 


3 
8 


14 
21 


17 
34 


27 
28 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


318 
291 


7 
4 


8 


3 

10 


15 
26 


26 
49 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


1.961 
2,361 


22 
14 


22 
20 


13 
56 


46 
160 


124 
271 


31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


1.350 
1.019 


14 
5 


12 
9 


10 
20 


32 

70 


93 
115 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting L95 

1949... 


• 
368 


6 
1 


7 

4 


4 
7 


24 

14 


28 
36 


35 


ouuunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


599 
505 


7 
2 


7 

4 


4 
9 


27 
18 


38 
43 


37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3,229 
2.184 


14 
3 


16 
6 


8 
24 


79 

48 


119 
131 


39 
40 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949... 


2.396,601 


11.900 
2.400 


14,490 
8,050 


8,500 
21,406 


88,388 
50,576 


154,478 
176,982 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 


143 

227 


4 
2 


6 
4 


2 

6 


11 
22 


10 
36 


43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


213 
352 


4 
2 


6 
5 


2 
8 


13 
27 


14 
52 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.340 
5.923 


13 
5 


26 
22 


6 
75 


115 
189 


99 
479 


47 
48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


2,261,116 


7,845 
2.400 


10.532 

17,200 


6,400 
68,945 


69,238 
145,778 


67,750 
371,927 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules.... multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


393 
567 


10 
4 


10 
10 


4 
13 


24 

41 


21 
73 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


852 

1.611 


12 
5 


13 
17 


5 

25 


42 
79 


30 
152 


53 

54 


Landlord-tenant operations containing nultiple units: 


1,602 


30 


45 


17 


96 


105 


1950... 


2,004 


23 


48 


46 


147 


199 


55 


Land in all subunlts including 


320,917 
338,406 


270 
283 


3,682 


500 
1,265 


1.706 
5,295 


5,410 


56 


1950... 


11,642 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple 


286,461 
308,693 


219 

126 


778 
752 


500 
1.025 


3,501 
4,933 


5.242 


58 


1950... 


11.024 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


i, 


51 

157 


2,904 
127 


240 


205 
362 


168 


60 


1950. . . 


618 


61 


Subunlts not included in 


120 
180 
350 
460 


3 

4 


3 
6 

13 
7 


1 
3 
1 
3 


7 
11 
19 
26 


7 


62 
63 
64 


1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


15 
17 
25 


6! 




87 
110 




*2 


1 


5 
6 


7 


1950. . . 


6 


6' 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


263 
350 

19,904 
24,769 


4 

130 


13 

5 

3.066 
169 


"h 

22 

61 


14 

20 

537 

850 


10 


6E 
6 C 


1950. . . 
Land in subunlts not Included In multiple 


19 
602 


7C 


1950... 


1.836 



FLORIDA 

BY SIZE OF UNIT: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



173 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 3— Continued 








Size of unit- 


-Continued 








140 to 
179 acres 


180 to 
219 acres 


220 to 
259 acres 


260 to 
499 acres 


500 to 
999 acres 


1,000 




• 1 • b 1954 


63 

78 


37 


35 
38 


ig 


90 


61 


: 


1950... 


64 




Subunlts in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


129 


83 
148 


72 
82 


313 
362 


229 
225 


184 
164 


, 




77 


35 
66 


33 
36 


137 
159 


92 

87 


58 


• 


1950... 


63 


■ 




88 


48 
82 


39 
46 


176 
203 


137 
138 


126 


a 


1950. . . 


101 


i 

i 


Land tn multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


9.993 
12.383 


7,333 

13,039 


8.299 
9,113 


51,231 
57,819 


64.097 
61,066 


150,719 
143.899 


ii 




7,811 
8.877 


5.340 
9,535 


6.425 
6.867 


42,278 
46.219 


55.586 
50,582 


142.413 


12 


1950. . . 


133.896 


1 3 


Cropper faros acres 1954 


2.182 
3.506 


1.993 
3,504 


1.874 
2,246 


8.953 
11.600 


8,511 
10,484 


8.306 


14 


1950. . . 


10.003 






4.496 
5.274 


3.017 
5,355 


3.215 
4.050 


18,694 
19,036 


19,363 
17.619 


34.197 


.' 


1949. . . 


22.749 


L7 

18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


54 


32 

- 


34 
30 


127 
150 


87 
80 


56 
54 


: < 
2 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


70 


46 
96 


47 
49 


180 
213 


145 
132 


L09 
93 


.'i 

22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


1.717 
2.253 


1,059 


1.327 


5.892 
6.031 


6.464 


6,397 
5,742 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949. . . 


22,070 
23,998 


17,537 
24.041 


24.364 
14.260 


94.396 
67.044 


97,406 
51,022 


106,219 
69,971 


,' 


1949... 


21 
25 


12 
20 


8 

10 


61 

40 


36 

20 


29 

13 


- ' 
28 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


29 

33 


16 


14 


81 
60 


62 
36 


57 
23 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


156 
240 


118 
297 


92 


522 
608 


418 
348 


428 

174 


31 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


102 


126 


67 


400 
256 


272 
172 


291 
63 


3 ' 
14 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


41 
38 


28 
35 


26 


118 
117 


69 
59 


45 
33 




subunlto reporting 1954... 
1949... 




37 
43 


33 


170 
161 


116 
99 


104 
47 


J7 
33 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


235 


272 
152 


165 


881 
618 


682 
535 


758 
387 


(9 

40 


pounds 1954... 

1949... 


222.346 
176.585 


241 .468 
155,987 


233.263 

127.204 


1.136.337 
662.563 


867,183 
601.687 


947,336 
413,161 


U 


Peanuts harvested for picking 




8 
20 


10 


36 

42 


29 


17 


•.: 


1949... 


23 


43 

44 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


22 
52 


13 
35 


20 


64 


41 
51 


33 
36 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


238 
526 


136 
367 


204 
424 


662 
1,076 


897 
1,048 


944 
1,712 


47 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


183.478 
412,368 


226,140 


101.318 
285.810 


521,133 
824.347 


536,039 
644,909 


681,231 
1,177,390 


49 
JO 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 




24 
52 


23 

32 


108 
143 


78 

80 


53 
54 


51 
93 


number 1954.. . 
1950... 




17 
126 


40 


180 
361 


210 
263 


224 
361 








91 


80 


343 


308 


341 


54 


1950... 


193 


172 


87 


411 


282 


396 


99 


Land in all subunlts Including 


10,664 

13, 673 


7,478 
14.054 


8.924 
9.206 


53,859 
60.542 


67.892 
65,000 


158,532 


v 


1950. . . 




;■• 


Owned by operator of multiple 


9.394 
13.025 


6.590 
12,337 


7,395 
8,201 


47,808 
52,901 


61,579 
57,973 


143,455 


58 


1950... 


146,396 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


1,270 
. 48 


888 
1.717 


1.529 
1.005 


6,051 
7,641 


6,313 
7,027 


15.077 


>,. 


1950. . . 


10.171 


61 


Subunlts not Included In 


20 
18 
28 


6 
17 

8 
24 


5 
5 
8 
5 


24 
38 
30 
49 


30 
28 
79 
57 


28 


62 
63 
64 


1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


34 
157 
232 


1 , 




7 

11 


1 
6 


1 


13 
24 


25 
22 


27 


66 


1950... 


32 


6 


Other tenants, not croppers nor share 


11 
17 

671 
1.290 


7 
18 

145 
1,015 


4 

625 
93 


17 
25 

2,628 
2,723 


54 
35 

3,795 
3.934 


130 


61 

6 


1950... 
Land In subunlts not included In multiple 


200 
7.813 


70 


1950... 


12,668 



174 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 










Total, 


selected 


areas 












All operators 






Color and ten 


ure of operator 








Full owners 


Part owners 


Managers 




Total 


White 


S; 


Total 


White 


Non-r 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


(ton- 


1 




621 
793 


582 
732 


39 
61 


423 

574 


398 
538 


36 


177 
182 


164 


13 
20 


10 


9 
10 




a 


1950. . . 


i 

4 


Subunits in multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


1,399 

1,784 


1,318 
1,654 


81 
130 


937 
1,277 


885 
1.202 


52 
75 


404 

414 


377 
369 


27 
45 


28 
36 


28 
36 




5 
6 


1950. . . 


587 
773 


549 
712 


38 

61 


398 
556 


373 

520 


25 

36 


170 
182 


158 
162 


12 
20 


8 
8 


8 
8 




7 
8 


1950. . . 


812 
1.011 


942 


43 


721 


512 
682 


27 
39 


234 
232 


219 
207 


15 
25 


20 
28 


20 
28 




9 

10 


T/md in multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


324.607 
350,526 


319.696 
341.199 


4,911 
9,327 


183.248 
229,461 


180 , 691 
224,723 


2,557 
4,738 


90,633 
79,038 


88,419 
74,796 


2,214 
4,242 


44,289 
33,264 


44,289 
33,264 




11 




286,074 
296,035 


281 .946 
288,689 


4.128 
7.346 


155.690 
189,507 


153,562 
185.780 


2,128 
3.727 


81,098 
67,283 


79,222 
63,881 


1,876 

3,402 


43,311 
31,764 


43,311 
31.764 




12 


1950... 


13 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


38.533 
54,491 


37,750 
52,510 


783 
1,983 


27,558 
39,954 


27.129 
38,943 


429 
1,011 


9,535 

11,755 


9,197 
10,915 


338 

840 


■ a 

1,500 


978 
1.500 




1* 


1950. . . 


15 




90,644 


91.613 
86,421 


2,000 
4.223 


44.157 
55.943 


43.327 
54,415 


830 
1.528 


32,668 
26,574 


31,561 
24.089 


1,107 
2,485 


15,106 
4,190 


15,106 
4.190 




16 


1949... 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


542 
689 


504 

• 3i 


18 


491 


342 

461 


24 

30 


160 
165 


147 

146 


13 

19 


8 
9 


8 

9 




10 

2C 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


800 
1,092 


747 
1,010 


53 

82 


776 


486 
730 


32 
46 


249 
254 


229 
225 


20 
29 


22 

27 


22 
27 




21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


26,946 
29.457 


25,973 
27,846 


97 3 
1,611 


14,838 
19,630 


14,346 
18.943 


492 

687 


9,283 

7.580 


8,813 
6,772 


470 
808 


2.377 
1,332 


2,377 
1.332 




23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


431,072 
340.223 


421,784 
326,472 


9.288 

13.751 


237,740 
226.271 


233,749 
221,200 


3.991 
5,071 


147,005 
79,219 


141,840 
72,157 


5,165 
7.062 


40,240 
24,570 


40 , 240 
24.570 




25 

26 


1949... 


270 
262 


243 
233 


27 
29 


1 i] 


166 
176 


16 
15 


75 
62 


65 
51 


10 
11 


5 


5 




27 
28 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


385 


354 

344 


35 
41 




225 

260 


20 
22 


124 

91 


110 
76 


14 

15 


9 


9 




29 

30 


acTes 1954... 
1949. . . 


2,( '- 
! , 502 


2.495 
3,286 


135 
216 


1.526 
2.451 


1,471 
2,361 


55 
90 


1,002 
927 


932 
831 


70 
96 


.?. 


43 




31 
32 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


1,943 
1,517 


1,876 
1,443 


67 
74 


1,181 
1.031 


1,155 
J99 


26 
32 


691 
432 


654 
397 


37 
35 


U 


34 




33 
3* 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 


396 
368 


378 
346 


18 
22 


260 
255 


2« 

242 


14 
13 


125 
92 


121 
84 


4 
8 


I 


3 




35 

36 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


599 
505 


576 


31 


I7( 

345 


359 
327 


17 
18 


195 
128 


189 
117 


6 
11 


10 
9 


10 




37 
38 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.229 

2,184 


>,i« 

2.114 


70 


1,818 
1.425 


1,786 
1,386 


32 

i 1 


1,207 
556 


1,176 
531 


31 
25 


131 
115 


131 
115 




39 
40 


pounds 1954. . . 
1949... 


3.925,689 
2,396.601 


3,852,599 
2,332.619 


73,090 
63,982 


2.232.826 
1,543,276 


2,202,976 
1.508,494 


29,850 
34,782 


1.420,168 
638,491 


1.376,928 
615,191 


43.240 
23 . 300 


181.795 
127,300 


181,795 
127,300 




41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


169 


154 
259 


15 
24 


102 
202 


96 
189 


6 

13 


n 


54 
63 


8 
10 


I 


2 




43 
44 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 
1949... 


247 


227 

400 


20 

37 


142 
306 


135 
287 


7 
19 


97 
117 


85 
101 


12 
16 


3 
3 


3 
3 




45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.824 
7.246 


3,584 
6,568 


240 
678 


2,188 
4.749 


2,102 
4.591 


86 
158 


1.424 
2,243 


1,287 
1.742 


137 
501 


151 
16 


151 
16 




48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


2.800.785 
5.229,413 


2,658,486 
4,884,688 


142,299 
344,725 


1,624.767 


1.563,417 
3,457,047 


61,350 
72,925 


1,116.690 
1,523,124 


1,042.041 
1.275.324 


74.649 
247.800 


31,980 
15,000 


31,980 
15,000 




49 
50 


Horses and/or mules .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


422 
639 


387 
588 


35 

51 


279 
448 


257 
422 


22 
26 


128 
161 


115 
141 


13 

20 


8 
8 


8 
8 




51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950. . . 


908 
1.764 


853 
1,633 


55 
131 


564 
1.153 


533 

1,099 


31 

54 


271 

472 


247 

405 


24 

67 


53 
92 


53 
92 




53 


L..dlord-„„ t .p.r.li.n. c.„..i„i„, .ul.ipU o.i..: 


1.778 
2,277 


1.673 
2,108 


105 
169 


1,116 
1.569 


1.051 
1,474 


65 
95 


492 


457 
438 


35 
62 


125 
145 


125 
145 




54 


1950... 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


345 . 507 
378.013 


339,885 
367,424 


5.622 
10,589 


193.817 
246,968 


190,891 
241,617 


2,926 
5,351 


94,750 
83.590 


92,234 
78,711 


2,516 
4,879 


47,588 
38.265 


47,588 
38.265 




56 


1950. . . 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


309.432 
345,788 


305,087 
336,796 


4,345 
8,992 


193,817 
246,968 


190,891 
241,617 


2,926 
5,351 


68,245 
60,555 


66,826 
56,914 


1,419 
3,641 


47,370 
38,265 


47.370 
38,265 




59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


36.075 
32,225 


34,798 

30,628 


1,277 
1,597 








26.505 
23,035 


25,408 

21,797 


1,097 
1,238 


218 


218 




60 


1950. . . 


hi 

62 
63 
64 
65 


Subunits not Included in multiple 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


138 
203 
379 
493 
100 
119 


129 
180 
355 
454 
91 
113 


23 
24 
39 


78 
142 
179 
292 
63 
83 


74 
127 
166 
272 
58 
78 


4 
15 
13 

20 
5 
5 


51 
49 
88 
86 
35 
27 


47 
42 
80 
69 
31 
26 


4 
7 
8 
17 
4 
1 


6 
7 
97 
109 
2 
8 


6 
7 

97 

109 

2 

8 




66 


1950... 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


279 
374 

20,900 
27,487 


264 

341 

20,189 
26.225 


15 
33 

711 
1.262 


116 
209 

10.569 

17,507 


108 
194 

10.200 
16,894 


8 
15 

369 
613 


53 
59 

4,117 
4,552 


49 
43 

3,815 
3.915 


4 
16 

302 

637 


95 
101 

3.299 

5,001 


95 
101 

3,299 
5,001 




68 
69 

70 


1950... 
Land in subunits not Included 

in multiple unite acres 1954. . . 

1950. . . 



FLORIDA 



175 



TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



areas.— Continued 


.real 




Color and tenure 

operator— Con. 


of 


All operators 










Color and 


«nure of operator 
































Tenants 










Pull owners 




Part owners 




Managers 




'enants 






Total 


White 


Non- 
vhlte 


Total 


White 


Non- 
vhlte 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


Non- 
white 


Total 


White 


white 




12 


U 




70 


67 




55 


53 


; 


: „ 


13 


1 








1 


, 




1 


27 


22 




113 


109 




86 


84 


2 


22 


2] 


1 










i 


1 


2 


30 


28 


2 


147 


141 


f 


112 


108 


4 


33 


31 


2 














3 


57 


47 


10 


240 


231 




183 


179 


4 


47 


44 


3 










10 


8 


2 


4 


11 

19 
30 


22 

18 


5 
5 


68 

111 

79 
129 


65 

107 

76 
124 




53 

84 

59 
99 


51 
82 

57 
97 


2 
2 

2 


14 

22 

19 
25 


13 
21 

18 
23 


1 
1 

1 










1 
1 


« 


1 

1 


5 
6 

7 
8 


6.437 


6.297 


140 


23.594 


23.388 


20< 


18.162 


18.048 


114 


5.232 


5.140 


92 










200 


200 




9 


8.763 


8,416 


347 


36.889 


36,470 


41< 


27,160 


26,965 


195 


9.327 


9.195 


132 










402 


310 


92 


10 


5.975 


5.851 


124 


19,772 


19,655 


11 


15,062 


15,007 


55 


4,515 


4.453 


62 










195 






11 


7.481 


7.264 


217 


30.105 


29,774 


33 


21.879 


21,712 


167 


7,928 


7,851 


77 










298 


211 


87 


12 


462 


446 


16 


3,822 


3.733 


Sf 


3.100 


3,041 


59 


717 


687 


30 










5 


5 




13 


1,282 


1,152 


130 




6.696 


8! 


5.281 


5,253 


28 


1,399 


1,344 


55 










104 


1 


"s 


14 


1,682 


1,619 


63 


6,611 


6.504 


10- 


4.124 


4,077 


47 


2.357 


2,297 


60 










no 


130 




15 


3.937 


3,727 


210 


8,85! 


8.677 


17 


6.691 


6,631 


60 


1.893 


1.829 


64 












217 


50 


16 


8 


, 






59 




48 


46 


2 


14 


13 


1 














17 


24 


20 


4 


96 


92 




72 




2 


20 


19 


1 










4 


"i 


1 


18 


11 


10 


1 


92 


88 




t4 


62 


2 


28 


26 


2 
















19 


35 


28 


7 


160 






119 




3 


34 


31 


3 










" 




3 


a 


448 


437 


1! 


2,380 


2,293 


8- 


1,570 


1,523 




810 


770 


40 
















21 


915 


799 


116 


3.340 


3,249 


9 


2.473 


2,456 


17 


764 


725 


39 










103 


68 


35 


22 


6,087 


5.955 


132 


48.816 


48,247 


56< 


31.940 


31,599 




16,876 


16,648 


228 
















23 


10,163 


8,545 


1,618 


50,823 


48.925 


1.89( 


38,310 


37,955 


355 


10,635 


9.895 


740 










1,878 


1,075 


803 


24 


11 

12 


7 

10 
8 


1 


56 
63 

71 
94 


55 
■ 

69 
92 




42 
48 

72 


42 

47 

49 
71 




13 
12 

18 


12 
12 
19 
18 












1 
! 

1 


1 


1 

1 


25 
26 

27 
28 


59 


49 


10 


669 


650 


1 


424 


424 




240 


221 


19 










5 


5 




29 


124 


•4 


30 




1.124 


1 


770 


768 




316 


316 














40 


15 


JO 


37 

5^ 

8 


33 
8 


i 


593 

498 


585 
493 




387 
319 


387 
318 




202 
157 




14 
57 












22 




4 


31 

32 

33 


15 


14 


1 








































34 


ie 

23 


18 
21 










































35 
36 


73 
88 


73 
32 


'i 








































37 
38 


90.900 


90,900 










































39 


87.534 


81 .634 


5,900 








































40 


3 


j 




26 


26 






17 






9 
















41 


6 


5 


1 


56 


53 




40 


38 




14 




1 










2 


2 




42 




4 


1 


34 


34 




21 


21 




13 


13 


















43 




9 


2 


' 


81 




60 


58 




21 




2 










4 


4 




44 




44 


17 


484 


484 




315 


315 




169 


169 


















45 


238 


219 


19 


1.323 


1,297 


2 




174 




281 


271 


io 












52 




46 


27.348 


21.048 


6,300 


539,669 


539.669 




365.055 


365.055 






174.614 


















47 


161,317 


137,317 

20 


24,000 
10 


1,052,199 

29 

72 

56 


1,047.574 

27 
69 

147 




5 771,185 

22 
53 
41 
1 1 2 


770.060 

21 
52 
40 
111 


1.125 

1 
1 

1 
1 


234.026 

l 
15 


230.526 
6 

14 
34 


3.500 

1 
1 










46.988 


46,968 


1 


48 

49 
50 
51 
52 


45 


40 


5 


176 


170 




■ '! 


127 


4 


43 


41 


2 










2 




53 


63 


51 


12 


273 


261 


1 




205 


6 


51 


47 


4 










11 


9 


2 


54 


9.352 


9.172 


180 


24.590 


24.384 


20 


b 18,860 


18.746 


114 


5.530 


5.438 


92 










200 


200 




55 


9,190 


8.831 


359 


39,607 
22,971 


39.093 
22.771 


51 
20 


i 29.608 
3 18.860 


29,355 
18,746 


253 

114 


9.579 

4,111 


9,410 
4.025 


169 
86 










420 


328 


'. 


56 

57 








37,095 


36.682 


41 


.••.' -' 


29,355 


253 


7,487 


7.327 


160 
















58 


9.352 


9.172 


180 


1,619 


1.613 










1.419 


1.413 


6 










.-._.,, 


200 




59 


9.190 


8,831 


359 


2,512 


2.411 


10 








2.092 


2.083 












420 


328 


92 


60 




2 


l 


18 


18 




11 


11 




7 


7 
















61 






1 


23 


20 




19 


17 


2 


3 
















1 




62 




12 




29 


29 




19 


19 




10 


10 


















63 








33 


30 




3 28 


26 


2 


4 


3 












1 


1 




64 








13 


13 




9 






4 


4 


















65 




1 




9 


9 




8 


8 




1 


1 


















t.G 


15 
5 


12 
3 


3 
2 


16 

24 


16 
21 




20 


18 


2 


3 


6 
2 












"]' 


1 




67 
68 


2.915 


2.875 


40 


996 


996 




. ..-■ 


698 




298 


298 


















69 


427 


415 


12 


2.718 


2.623 




5 2.448 


2,390 


58 


252 


215 


37 










18 


18 




70 



176 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 2.-MULTIPLE4JNIT OPERATIONS, BY COLOR AND 





(For definitions and explanations, eee text) 






Area 


< 








All operators 


Color and tenure of operator 




Full owners 




Total 


White 


Nonwhite 


Total 


White 


Nonvhite 






i ,rti i 


515 
623 


16 
57 


368 
488 


345 
454 


23 

34 


2 


1950. . . 


\ 


Subunits in multiple-unit 


.'..,.'. 


1,177 
1,423 


75 
121 


825 
1,094 


777 
1,023 


48 

71 


: 


1950. . . 


- 




519 
662 


484 

Hi-. 


15 
57 


345 
472 


322 
438 


23 

34 


6 


1950. . . 


7 
8 




733 
882 


693 
818 


40 
64 


480 
622 


455 
585 


25 

37 


1950. . . 


9 

in 


Land in multiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 

1950... 


301.013 
313.637 


296,308 
304.729 


4,705 
8,908 


li 
202,301 


162,643 
197,758 


2,443 
4,543 


11 

l. 


]me farms acres 1954 


266,302 
265,930 


262,291 
258.915 


4,011 
7,015 


140,628 
167,628 


138,555 

164.068 


2.073 
3.560 


1950. . . 


i i 
14 


Cro er farms acres 1954 


47,707 


34,017 
45.814 


'.. 
1.893 


24,458 
34,673 


24,088 
33.690 


370 

'■■' 


1950... 




C land harvested total aores 1954 


87,002 
81,793 


85,109 


4,049 


40,033 
49,252 


39,250 
47,784 


783 
1.468 


16 


1949... 


17 


Corn harvested for 


* 


.... 


. 


318 


296 

391 


22 
28 


18 


1949... 


19 


oubunito reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


708 


659 
858 


. 


454 
657 


424 
614 


30 
43 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


24,566 


23,680 
24.597 


1,520 


13.268 
17,157 


12,823 
16,487 


,.. 


23 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 




373.537 
277,547 


8,719 


205,800 
187,961 


202.150 
183,245 


3.650 
4,716 


25 
26 


1949. . . 


.'!.. 


188 

172 


. 


140 


124 
129 


16 
14 


28 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


. '1 


252 


• 


196 
210 


176 
189 


20 
21 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 




1.845 
2.162 


l 11 


1.681 


1,047 
1,593 


55 
88 


31 


bales 1954... 
1949... 


1,350 


1.291 
950 




712 


768 
681 


11 


n 
34 


Tobaooo harvested muitii'i, i' .... 

1949... 


' 


378 


18 
22 


260 
255 


246 
242 


14 
13 


i, 


subunits reporting 1954... 
1949... 


599 
05 


576 

474 


23 


376 
345 


359 
327 


17 
18 


37 
38 


seres 1954... 
1949. . . 


1,: 29 


1 ,166 


63 


1,818 


1,786 
1.386 


32 
39 


39 

40 


pounds 1954 . . . 
1949... 


. 12 ..' 89 


3,852,599 
2,332,619 


63,982 


2,232.826 
1,543,276 


2,202,976 
1,508,494 


29,850 
34,782 


41 


Peanuts harvested for pioking or 




128 
206 


15 
21 


■' 
162 


79 
151 


6 

11 


42 


1949... 


43 


eubunlts report Lx 

1949... 




193 


20 


121 
246 


114 
229 


17 


45 

46 


acres 193 

1949... 


3.340 


3,100 


. 


1,873 
3,759 


3,617 


■'■ 
14.' 


47 
48 


pounds 1954. .. 
1949... 


2.261.116 


2,118.817 


142,299 
340,100 


1,259,712 
2,758,787 


1,198,362 
2,686,987 


61,350 
71,800 


49 

50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 




160 

519 


48 


257 

• 


236 

370 


21 


51 
52 


number 1954. . . 
1950. . . 




799 
1,486 


53 
125 


523 
1,041 


493 
988 


: 


53 

54 


1 .....I I ... .1 i r......i ..|.r nioj mltinla unita: 

1950. . . 


2^004 


1.503 
1.847 


99 
157 


985 
1.358 


924 
1.269 


■ 


55 


Land in all subunits including 


338,406 


315.501 
328.331 


10,075 


174,957 
217,360 


172.145 
212,262 


2,812 
5,098 


56 


1950... 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


286,46] 


282.316 
300.114 


4,145 
8,579 


174.957 
217,360 


172,145 
212,262 


2.812 
5.098 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


29.713 


33,185 
28,217 


1,271 
1,496 








60 


1950. . . 


61 


Subunits not included in multiple 


120 
180 
350 
460 
87 
110 

263 
350 

19,904 
24.769 


111 
160 
326 

78 
104 

248 
320 

19,193 
23.602 


9 
20 
24 
36 
9 
6 

15 

30 

711 
1,167 


67 
123 
160 
264 

54 
75 

106 
189 

9.871 
15.059 


63 
110 
14" 
246 
49 
70 

98 
176 

9,502 
14.504 


4 
1.1 
15 
18 

5 

5 

a 

H 

369 

555 


62 

63 
64 


1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 


67 


1950. . . 
Other tenants, not oroppere 


68 
69 


1950. . . 
Land in subunits not Included 


70 


1950... 



FLORIDA 

TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



177 



Area 3— Continued 




Color and tenure of operator — Continued 




Part ovnere 


Managers 


Tenants 




Total 


White 


Honvhlte 


Total 


White 


Honvhlte 


Total 


White 


Nonwhlte 




163 

160 


151 
141 


19 




10 






. 


1 


1 
2 


371 

- 


346 
325 


25 
42 


28 

36 


28 
36 




28 


■ 
- • 


8 


3 

4 


156 

160 


145 
141 


n 
19 


s 


e 

8 




22 


9 

18 


1 
4 


5 
6 


215 
207 


201 
184 


14 

23 


20 
28 


20 

28 






17 
21 


1 


7 

a 


85,401 
69,711 


83.279 
65.601 


2,122 
4,110 


44,289 
33,264 


44.289 
33,264 






6.097 
8.106 


140 
255 


9 
10 


76,583 
59,355 


74,769 
56,030 


1.814 
3.325 


43,311 


43.311 
31.764 




5,780 


7.053 


130 


11 
12 


8,818 
10.356 


8,510 


308 
785 


978 
1.500 


978 
1,500 




1,178 


441 
1.053 


LI 
■ 


14 


30.311 

24,681 


29,264 
22,260 


1.047 
2.421 


15,106 








1, 


160 


IS 
16 


146 
US 


134 
127 


12 

18 


8 

9 


8 




20 




3 


17 

u 


221 
220 


203 


18 
26 


22 
27 


22 
27 










19 


8.473 


8,043 
6.047 


430 
769 


2,377 
1,332 


2,377 
1,332 




448 


437 




21 


130,129 


125.192 
62,262 


4,937 
6,322 


40,240 
24.570 


40,240 




8,285 


7,470 


■• 


24 




n 


9 








7 

1 


4 


l 


■■■ 
.- 


103 
73 


• 

58 


12 
15 


' 






' 


9 
5 




.•■' 
M 




711 
515 




43 






04 
69 


44 

v. 




i'. 


489 
275 


460 
240 


29 




34 




. 


• 




31 

v 


125 

• 


14 


4 

e 










i 


"i 


34 


128 


189 




10 
9 


10 
9 




23 






35 


1,207 












73 


73 




17 

38 


1.420,168 




43,240 
23.300 


127,300 






90,900 
87,534 


90,900 




1'. 
40 






8 
9 


2 
2 






3 
4 




i 


'.1 
42 


96 


82 




3 


3 




7 


'. 


. 


43 

44 




1.118 


137 


151 
16 








44 


i i 


46 


1,289,098 


867,427 
1,044,798 














6.300 
24.000 


47 

48 


145 


109 


12 
19 


8 
8 


8 
8 




7 


7 


4 


49 
JO 




233 

371 


23 


53 
92 


53 




20 

42 


20 


7 


52 


449 
449 


416 
391 


58 


125 
145 






43 


38 

42 




M 

34 


74.011 




2,424 
4,710 


47,588 
38,265 






8.770 






JS 
M 


53.068 


62.801 

49.587 


1,333 
3,481 


47,370 
38,265 


47.370 










37 
M 


25.086 
20.943 




1.091 
1.229 


218 


2ie 




8,770 


8,972 
8,503 


180 


» 


44 
4', 
78 
82 
31 
26 


40 
40 
70 
66 
27 
25 


4 
6 
8 

4 
1 


7 
97 
109 
2 
8 


7 
97 
109 

3 




3 
4 
15 


2 
3 

12 
3 

l 


1 
1 
3 

. 


• 

M 
' ■ 
66 


47 




4 
15 


101 


95 
101 




15 


12 
2 




67 


3.819 
4,300 


3.517 
3.700 


302 
600 


3.299 
5.001 


5.001 




409 


2,e75 
397 


40 
12 


69 

70 



178 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULT1PLE4JNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total, selected areas 












Type of 


farm 










Total 

Cotton 




Tobacco 


Peanut 


Cotton 

and r 

tobacco 


Cotton 


Tobacco 
peanut 


Cotton, 
and peanut 


Mscella- 






621 
793 




293 

265 


69 


32 


162 


33 


4 




2 


1950. . . 


199 


3 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 


1 .399 

1 .784 

587 

773 

812 

1,011 


-7 

-1 
2 
>7 

s 

6 


655 
598 
279 
258 
376 
340 


54 
153 
20 
67 
34 
86 


: 1 i 
73 
52 
31 
87 
42 


186 
II 
76 
159 
110 
201 


41 
81 
18 
32 
23 
49 


10 
2 
4 

6 




* 


1950. . . 


446 


6 


1950. . . 


195 


8 


1950... 


251 


9 
10 


Land In multiple-unit operations.. .. total acres 1954... 

1950... 


3.9 
350,526 8,1 

28b, 074 2,7 

.'■" ,'!!'■ 6,1 
1.1 

1,9- 


,J 
•4 
.7 
.<) 
■i 


141,423 
108.281 
122,907 
88,186 
18.516 
20.095 


7,925 
37,561 

6,549 
32,883 

4,678 


23,082 
9,593 

19,147 
7,588 
3,935 
2,005 


28,534 
40.751 
23,331 
30,214 
5.203 
10.537 


9,583 
20,007 
8,537 

16.437 
1,046 
3,570 


1.097 

4.137 

982 

3,792 

115 

345 


108,980 
122,056 


12 


1950... 


110,788 


14 


1950. . . 


11,268 


r 




93,613 1,2 
10,644 1.8 


)4 

l 


33.546 
29,029 


3,091 
8.381 


7,958 
3,283 


10.241 
15,899 


3,315 
4,950 


364 
1.361 




If. 


1949... 


25,860 


17 


Corn harvested for 


5 
■ 1,45 ' 7 

8,7 


1 
in 
.9 
13 

7 


244 

232 

328 

339 

10,430 

9,927 

165,491 

109,580 


22 
65 
39 

ioo 

1,207 
2.834 
22,327 
31.845 


54 

31 

92 

50 

3,255 

1,275 

46,505 

12,335 


80 

155 

130 

254 

3,748 

5,826 

57.136 

72,352 


17 

33 

24 

59 

817 

2.063 

17,244 

18,676 


2 

4 

2 

10 

202 

475 

2.540 

4,450 




IB 

L9 
80 

,'1 
22 
23 
24 


1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 


144 

145 

239 

6,709 

6,308 

111,126 

82.248 


23 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


1949... 
subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 
acres 1954... 

1949. . . 
bales 1954... 

1949... 


270 

21 2 2 

389 t 

J85 4 

29 

1 . 502 44 
1,943 22 
1,517 1" 


< 
1 
J 
5 
1 
7 
9 
8 


57 
9 

75 

11 
337 

44 
223 

15 


3 
5 

4 

16 
38 
12 
22 


55 
32 
91 
53 
594 
387 
416 
157 


84 

162 

128 

240 

1,073 

2,335 

813 

1,051 


2 

1 
2 

5 
3 
3 
3 


2 
4 
3 
8 
38 
101 
26 
34 


34 
20 
46 
22 
276 
147 
221 
57 


)3 

14 

35 
16 

17 

38 
19 

40 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


2,ie4 

3.925,689 
2,396,601 




293 
265 

437 

361 

2,580 

1.641 

3.113.853 

1.804,057 


1 

10 
11,660 


55 
32 
95 
51 
331 
165 
400,003 
168,565 


2 

2 
1 
2 
2 
3,300 
920 


19 
33 

27 
47 
150 
229 
197,480 
258,853 


2 

2 
8 
28 
32 
31,500 
32,200 


25 
32 
36 
36 
138 
105 
179,553 
120,346 


« 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


283 

247 

437 

3.824 

7,246 

2,800.785 




15 

15 

82 

23 

68.513 

11,181 


23 

69 

38 

108 

878 

2,415 

538,410 

1,826,425 


2 
1 
3 
1 
27 

10,300 
250 


84 

162 

131 

258 

1,980 

3,547 

1.542.103 

2,529,370 


19 
33 
24 
47 
342 
977 
256,450 
643,898 


2 
4 
5 
4 
49 
60 
36,200 
26.000 


24 


42 
43 
44 

49 

... 
47 
48 


1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


9 
31 
13 
466 
223 
348,809 
192,289 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954. . . 

1950... 


422 1 

639 

908 . 
1.764 i 


7 

3 

3 

■ 


203 
232 
402 
581 


14 
61 
36 
213 


44 
32 
90 
69 


53 
121 
123 
340 


15 
29 
23 
94 


1 
4 
5 

19 


75 
137 
206 
399 




Landlord* tenant operation* containing Multiple units: 


2,2T7 t 

345.507 4,3' 
10.3 


7 

1 

• 
4 


728 
671 

148,408 

114,070 


67 
224 

8,283 
44,248 


168 
80 

24.975 
9.851 


246 
463 

31,174 
45,432 


43 

91 

9,742 
20,287 


8 
11 

1,212 

4.177 


441 


54 

55 


1950. . . 
Land In all subunlts including 


651 
117,337 


56 


1950. . . 


129,634 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 
1950... 


4.2C 
.' . '88 10, Of 


9 
2 


127,052 
101,069 


7,818 
43,087 


22,702 
8,681 


25,707 
40,932 


8,765 
17,286 


1.182 
2,875 


111,997 
121,796 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


36,075 1( 
32.225 2 


7 
2 


21,356 
13,001 


465 
i . 161 


2,273 
1,170 


5,467 
4,500 


977 
3,001 


30 
1,302 


5,340 


60 


1950. . . 


7,838 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunlts not included 

1950... 

number 1954.. . 

1950. . . 


18 
203 
379 
493 


8 

3 


36 
53 
73 
73 


28 

13 

71 


17 
4 

29 
7 


27 
50 
60 
103 


2 
6 
2 
10 


1 
1 
2 
1 


43 
53 

190 
205 


f , 


Share tenar number 1954 


100 


4 
3 


23 

31 


5 
25 


11 


33 
34 


1 




23 


66 


1950... 


22 


67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


37*4 


6 




50 
42 


8 

46 


18 
7 


27 
69 


1 
6 


2 

1 


167 


68 


1950... 


183 


69 


Land In subunlts not Included in 


20,900 3< 
27,487 2,1 


1 

4 


6,985 
5,789 


358 
6,687 


1,893 
258 


2,640 
4,681 


159 
280 


115 

40 




70 


1950... 


7.578 



FLORIDA 179 

Economic Area Table l-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, 



Cotton 
tobacco 



Cotton, 
tobacco, 
and peanut 



Multiple-omit opera tioas numbe: 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number ! 

Home farms number ! 

Cropper farms number ! 

Land in multiple-unit operations. ... total i 

Home farms 

Cropper farms 

Cropland harvested total 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Cotton harvested. 



ultlple units reporting ! 
subunlts reporting '. 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



subunlts reporting 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. a 
Rented by operator of multiple 



Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not included in 
■ul tlple unl ta 



1954... 


70 


1950... 


113 


1954... 


147 


1950... 


240 


1954... 


66 


1950... 


111 


1954... 


79 


1950. . . 


129 


1954... 


23.594 


1950... 


36,889 


1954... 


19.772 


1950. . . 


30.105 


1954... 


3,822 


1950... 


6,764 


1954. . . 


6,611 


1949... 


8,851 


1954... 


62 


1949... 


% 


1954... 


92 


1949... 


160 


1954... 


2.380 


1949. . . 


3.340 


1954... 


48,616 


1949. . . 


50,823 


1954... 


56 


1949... 


63 


1954... 


71 


1949... 


94 


1954... 


669 


1949... 


1,141 


1954... 


593 


1949... 


498 


1954... 




1949... 




1954... 




1949... 




1954... 




1949... 




1954... 




1949... 




1954... 


26 


1949... 


56 


1954... 


34 


1949... 


85 


1954... 


484 


1949... 


1.323 


1954... 


539,669 


1949. . . 


1,052,199 


1954... 


29 


1950. . . 


72 


1954... 


56 


1950... 


153 


1954... 


176 


1950... 


273 


1954... 


24.590 


1950. . . 


39,607 


1954... 


22,971 


1950... 


37,095 


1954... 


1,619 


1950... 


2.512 


1954... 


18 


1950... 


23 


1954... 


29 


1950. . . 


33 


1954... 


13 


1950... 


9 


1954... 


16 


1950... 


24 


1954. . . 


996 


1950... 


2,716 



3.190 
5,424 
2,295 
3,785 



10,405 
1,605 
9,509 



46 

5.205 
7.747 
4.073 
5,396 
1.132 
2.349 



1.568 
16,382 
27,521 



180 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 3.-MULTLPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY TYPE OF FARM: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 







Area; 




(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total 








Type of 


farm 










Cotton 


Tobacco 


Peanut 


Cotton 
tobacco 


Cotton 

and 
peanut 


Tobacco 
peanut 


Cotton, 
and peanut 


Miscella- 


1 

2 




680 




293 


54 


55 
!2 


123 


33 


, 


84 


1950. . . 


160 


3 


Subunits In multiple-unit 




IE 

t 

1C 
1C 


655 
598 
279 
258 
376 
340 


51 
120 

19 

■ 
68 


139 
73 
52 
31 
- 
42 


151 
275 

60 
120 

91 
155 


41 
81 
18 
32 
23 
49 


6 
10 
2 

4 
4 
6 


191 


4 


1950. . . 


368 
81 


6 
7 
8 


1950... 


156 
110 


1950... 


212 


3 

1C 


Land in multiple-unit operations total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 




79: 

2,71< 
49= 

2.36. 
29' 
35' 


141.423 
108,281 
122,907 
88,186 
18,516 
20.095 


6,170 
27.156 

4.944 
23.374 

1.226 

3.782 


23,082 
9,593 

19,147 
7,588 
3,935 
2,005 


23.329 

33,004 
19,258 
24.816 
4,071 
8,188 


9.583 
20,007 

8.537 
16.437 

1.046 

3.570 


1,097 

4,137 

982 

3,792 

115 
345 


95.536 

108,743 
90,028 


u 


1950... 


99.375 

5.508 


I- 


1950... 


9,368 








27! 
49' 


29.029 


2,697 
7,215 


7,958 
3,283 


8.218 
11,720 


3,315 

4,950 


364 
1,361 


30,626 


L6 


1949. . . 


23.741 


17 


Corn harvested for 


26,117 
382,256 
289.400 


11 

13 

1,57 

1.15 


244 

232 

328 

339 

10,430 

9,927 

165,491 

109,580 


21 
51 
36 
76 
1,062 

16,827 
26,380 


5, 

31 

92 

50 

3.255 

1,275 

46,505 

12.335 


64 

116 

l.i. 

185 

2.860 

4,258 

40,754 

44,831 


17 

33 

24 

59 

817 

2.063 

17.244 

18,676 


2 

4 

2 

10 

202 

475 

2.540 

4.450 


70 


IS 
19 

20 
.'1 
22 
23 
24 


1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949. . . 

bushels 1954... 

1949... 


120 
110 
206 
5,809 
5.654 
91.322 
71,989 


23 
26 
27 
28 

jo 
)0 
Jl 
32 


1949... 
subunits reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949. . . 


199 




9 

11 

> 15 


2 
9 


55 
32 
91 
53 
594 
387 
416 
157 


67 
123 
105 
184 
754 
1,577 
518 
710 


1 

3 
3 


2 
4 
3 
S 
18 
101 
26 
34 


20 

17 

30 
19 
165 
133 
118 
49 


33 
X 
35 

it. 
37 
38 
39 
40 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949... 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949. . . 








293 

265 

437 

361 

2,580 

1,641 

. 

1.804.057 


1 
1 

10 
11,660 


55 
32 
95 
51 
331 
165 
400,003 
168.565 


2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3,300 
920 


19 
33 
27 

150 

229 

197,480 

258,853 


2 
4 
.' 
8 
28 
32 
31.500 
32,200 


25 
32 
36 
36 
138 
105 
179.553 
120,346 


41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


143 

5.923 

- 




15 
5 
15 
6 
82 
23 
68,513 
11,181 


22 

54 

35 

87 

802 

2.027 

444,410 

1,522.256 


2 

1 
3 
1 
27 
1 
10,300 
250 


67 

123 

108 

197 

1,632 

2,697 

1,163,814 

1,862,940 


19 
33 
24 
47 
342 
977 
256,450 
643,898 


2 
4 
5 
4 
49 
60 
36.200 
26.000 


16 


42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 


1949. . . 

subunits reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


23 
10 
406 
138 
281,429 
110.689 


49 

51 
52 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950... 




1 


203 
232 
402 
581 


13 

51 

33 

185 


44 
32 
90 
69 


48 
IX. 
112 
295 


15 
29 

94 


1 
4 
5 
19 


60 
113 
174 
356 


53 

54 


landlord- trntal operations containing aultiple units: 


2M4 


2 
2 


: 728 

3 671 


63 
185 


168 
80 


202 
372 


43 
91 


8 
11 


368 


1950. . . 


566 


55 


Land in *in subunits including 




1.04. 


> 148.408 
1 114,070 


6.443 
33,589 


24,975 
9.851 


25,591 
37,231 


9.742 
20,287 


1.212 
4.177 


103.504 


56 


1950. . . 


115.930 


57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit. .acres 1954... 
1950... 




3.27 


127,052 
1 101.069 


5,978 
32.807 


22.702 
8.681 


20,779 
33.736 


8,765 
17,286 


1,182 
2.875 


99.029 
108,968 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 






3 21.356 
13.001 


465 
782 


2,273 
1,170 


4.812 
3.495 


977 
3.001 


30 
1,302 


4,475 


60 


1950... 


6.962 


61 

62 
63 
64 


Subunits not Included 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950. . . 






2 36 

3 53 
73 
73 


22 

12 
65 


17 
4 
29 


23 
44 
51 
97 


10 




35 
47 

177 
198 


( . 








1 23 

31 


22 


:: 


30 
33 


1 




17 


6t 


1950... 


19 


6' 


Other tenants, not croppers 






! 50 

3 42 


8 
43 


18 
7 


21 

64 


6 




160 


6i 


1950... 


179 


6< 


Land in subunits not Included in 




:- 


6.985 
5 5.789 


273 
6,433 


1,893 
258 


2,262 
4.227 


159 

280 


115 
40 


7.968 


7( 


1950... 




" 


7.187 



FLORIDA 



181 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE.UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950 



CENSUSES OF 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Total, selected areas 






Acres of cropland harvested 




Total 


None 


Under 
20 acres 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 
and over 


1 

2 


1950. . . 






66 


,1 


77 
135 


155 

229 


171 
197 


-0 
89 


23 
18 


3 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 


. 1 1 
1,784 


« 




84 
83 


290 


325 
500 


385 

449 


239 
236 


79 


- 


1950. . . 


51 












37 

37 


133 


146 
223 


166 
190 


:■ 


22 


6 


1950... 


18 








21 


■ 
68 


47 
46 


85 
157 


179 
277 


219 
259 


156 

150 


57 


8 


1950. . . 


33 


9 
10 


Land In multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 

1950. . . 


324.607 
350,526 


11,238 


11.604 


5.533 
5,677 


18,963 
29.639 


52.916 
57.913 


81,213 
96,591 


76.209 
85.606 


78,278 
52,258 


u 




286.074 
296,035 


10,205 


10.640 
9,472 


4.578 
4,446 


16,262 
24.001 


45.115 
45,661 


68,647 
80,692 


65,259 
73,487 




12 


1950. . . 


48,071 


u 


Cropper farms acres 1954 


38.533 
54.491 


1.033 


855 
2.132 


955 


2,701 
5,638 


7,801 
12,252 


12,566 
15,899 


10.950 
12.119 


2,705 


14 


1950. . . 


4.187 


15 




93.613 
90,644 




645 
715 


967 
933 


2,995 
5,356 


11.362 
17.165 


23.669 
27.228 


26.463 
25.246 


, 


16 


1949. . . 


14.001 


17 
IS 


Corn harvested for 

1949... 


542 
689 




40 
40 


36 


65 
122 


. ! 


160 

l.-'. 


79 
83 


22 

16 


19 

20 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


800 
1.092 




43 

47 




81 

1 ', 


179 
336 


306 


146 
149 


52 
30 


21 
22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


29.457 




294 
339 


486 
470 


1.382 
2.476 


4.114 
7.351 


8.651 
9.597 


7,475 
6,844 


4.544 
2.380 


23 

2. 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


431.072 
340,223 




4.231 
3,920 


6,928 
5.839 


17,278 
28,012 


59.655 
89.811 


140.519 
95.261 


127,903 
82,620 


74.558 
34.760 


25 


1949... 


270 
262 




-: 
7 


16 
11 


35 


91 


• 
- 


43 
28 


12 
3 


27 
21 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


389 
385 




7 




43 
57 


69 
130 


133 

116 


71 


34 
4 


30 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


2.630 
3.502 




38 

36 


70 
49 


229 
339 


428 
1,011 


1,006 
1.265 


541 

■ 


268 
35 


)1 
92 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


. 




66 
13 


52 
22 


184 


317 
412 


755 
581 




191 
8 


30 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 


396 
368 




36 


19 
18 


36 

48 


101 


.107 
114 


70 


14 
8 


i' 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


599 
505 




40 
27 


24 


41 
58 


153 

130 


169 

1'.-'. 


133 
93 


39 

14 


37 

if 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.229 

2.184 




112 
66 


70 
56 


138 
176 


609 

468 


1,107 
669 


1,007 
630 


186 
119 


39 

40 


pounds 1954... 
1949. . . 


3.925,689 
2.396,601 




119.856 
61.348 


81,630 
57.428 


168.361 
179.366 


774.187 
534.147 


1,259.410 
732.620 


1,297.059 
709.634 


225,186 
122,058 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949... 


169 
283 




8 


9 


50 


43 
93 


63 
82 


22 

34 


12 
6 


43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


437 








17 
62 


56 

134 


96 

143 


69 


26 
9 


4*. 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.824 






46 
73 


130 
470 


501 
1.313 


1.376 
3,141 


1.036 

1.507 


720 
718 


47 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


2,800,785 
5,229,413 




8.845 
14.925 


26,212 
56.600 


118,295 

364.274 


350,369 
944.023 


1.009.949 
2,384,320 


797.264 
983.542 


489,851 
481,729 


49 
JO 


Horses and/or mules — .multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 


422 
639 




38 
42 


25 

26 


41 


103 
193 


119 
163 


78 


18 

17 


51 
52 


number 1954... 
1950... 




•' 


54 


48 


67 
234 


170 
446 


247 


238 
357 


102 
165 


53 
54 


Landlord'traant oprratioa* raatainioc aulliplr Baitm! 

1950... 






169 
160 


96 

91 


191 
343 


368 


454 
553 


301 
340 


199 

144 


55 


Land In all subunlts Including 


378.013 
309,432 
345,788 




15,712 
12.335 
11,437 
11,588 


6.133 
6,084 
6,046 


22,112 
31.917 
19,357 
29,782 


55.591 
60.904 
50,556 
55.949 


85.274 
105,690 
76,227 
97,136 


78,627 
90,922 
70,363 
81,293 


82,058 


56 
57 
M 


1950... 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950... 


58,042 
75,446 
53,031 





Rented by operator of multiple 


36,075 
32,225 


784 


4.275 
747 


87 
410 


2,755 
2.135 


5.035 
4.955 


9.047 
8.554 


8,264 
9,629 


6.612 


■ 


1950... 


5.011 


61 


Subunlts not Included In multiple 


138 
203 


4 


16 
19 


6 

7 


12 
33 


24 
51 


43 
46 


24 
31 


13 


',. 


1950. . . 


12 


.... 
64 


number 1954. . . 
1950... 


379 
493 
100 
119 


1 


39 

27 
11 
6 


12 
8 
3 
2 


34 
53 
10 
15 


43 
95 

22 


69 
104 
33 
33 


62 
104 
17 
29 


120 
93 

12 




1950... 


11 


'7 


Other tenants, not croppers 


279 
374 


8 


28 


6 


24 
38 


29 

73 


36 
71 


45 
75 


108 


68 


1950... 


82 


69 


Land In subunlts not Included 


20.900 
27,487 


881 


4,217 
731 


600 
407 


3.149 
2,278 


2.675 
2.991 


4,061 
9.099 


2.418 
5.316 


3,780 


70 


1950... 


5,784 



182 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



IFor definitions and explanations. 



Acres of cropland harvested 



Mull tple-unit operations number '. 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
opera t ions total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number ! 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres '. 

Cropper farms acres ; 

Cropland harvested total acres ; 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting . 

subunits reporting 



subunits reporting 



Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting ! 
number 

Landlord- tenant operations containing aultiple unit 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land in all subunits including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not Included in multiple 
units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunits not included 
in multiple units acres 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



1954. 
1950. . 
1954. 
1951 . 



1,323 
539,669 

1,052,199 



24,590 
39,607 
22,971 
37 ,095 



1.444 
2,634 
1>416 

2,446 



4,340 
7,631 
4,219 
7,120 



1,037 
17,287 
17,165 



6,276 
16,459 

5,433 
15.384 



5,793 
3.913 
5,233 
3,913 



FLORIDA 



183 



Economic Area Table 4.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY ACRES OF CROPLAND HARVESTED: 

1954 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Area 3 




Tot&l 


Acres of cropland harvested 




N one 


20 acres 


20 to 29 


30 to 49 


50 to 99 


100 to 199 


200 to 499 


500 acres 


1 

2 


Mult Lpl'-unit operations number 1954... 

1950... 


551 
680 


13 


50 
54 


33 


114 


141 
191 


155 
174 


84 
84 


22 
17 


3 

4 


Subunlts In multiple-unit 

1950. . . 


1.252 
1,544 


26 


102 
109 


70 
73 


132 

248 


296 
423 


352 
«0 


224 
216 


76 

49 


5 


Home farms number 1954 


519 
662 


13 


47 
53 


31 
32 


60 

113 


132 
185 


151 

168 


77 
81 


21 


6 


1950... 


17 


7 




733 
882 


13 


55 
56 


39 
41 


72 
135 


164 
238 


201 
232 


147 
135 


55 
32 


e 


1950. . . 


9 

10 


Land in multiple-unit operations.... total acres 1954... 
1950. . . 


301.013 
313,637 


9,934 


7,016 
10,814 


4.879 
5.265 


17,765 
27,076 


48.640 
50.718 


75.293 
81.775 


70,591 
82,137 


76.829 
45.918 


11 




266,302 
265,930 


9,379 


6.384 
8.929 


4.224 
4.205 


15,445 
22,200 


41,775 
40,327 


63,848 
68,109 


60,392 
70,761 


74.234 


12 


1950. . . 


42,020 


13 




34.711 
47,707 


555 


632 
1.885 


655 

1,060 


2.320 
4,876 


6.865 
10,391 


11,445 
13.666 


10,199 
11,376 


2,595 


14 


1950... 


3,898 


15 
16 


1949. . . 


87,002 
81.793 




493 
590 


811 
817 


2,499 
4,547 


10.414 
14.268 


21.663 

24.112 


24.501 
23.968 


26,621 
13.491 


17 
18 


Corn harvested for 

1949. . . 


480 
593 




29 
33 


30 
27 


55 

102 


126 
175 


145 
163 


74 
78 


21 
15 


19 

20 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


708 
932 




31 
39 


37 
42 


66 
144 


159 
280 


230 
266 


136 
133 


49 
28 


21 

22 


acres 1954... 
1949. . . 


24,566 
26,117 




210 
291 


408 
381 


1,165 
2,094 


3,565 
6.123 


7.784 
8,560 


6,998 
6,378 


4,436 
2,290 


23 
24 


bushels 1954... 
1949... 


382.256 
289,400 




2.888 
3.180 


5.990 

4.394 


14,062 
23,311 


49,715 
72,449 


123.232 
78.096 


115,049 
76.210 


71,320 
31.760 


25 

26 


1949... 


199 




11 
5 


12 
9 


25 
36 


44 
65 


74 
57 


37 
24 


11 
3 


27 
2fi 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 
1949. . . 


318 
291 




14 
5 


13 
9 


29 

43 


55 

94 


114 
89 


61 
47 


32 

4 


29 

30 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


1.961 
2.361 




42 
19 


39 
41 


122 
257 


308 
622 


781 
777 


415 
610 


254 
35 


31 

"J. 


bales 1954... 
1949. . . 


1.350 




29 

8 


24 
17 


90 
107 


224 
268 


545 
344 


265 
267 


173 
8 


33 
34 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954 

1949. . . 


396 
368 




36 
24 


19 
18 


36 


114 
101 


107 

114 


70 
55 


14 
8 


IS 
K 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949... 


599 
505 




40 
27 


24 
19 


41 
58 


153 
130 


169 
164 


133 
93 


39 

14 


)7 

36 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.229 
2,184 




112 
66 


70 
56 


138 
176 


609 
468 


1,107 
669 


1,007 
630 


186 
119 


39 
40 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


3.925.689 
2,396.601 




119,856 
61,348 


81.630 
57,428 


168,361 
179,366 


774,187 
534,147 


1.259.410 
732,620 


1,297,059 
709.634 


225,186 
122,056 


41 
42 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 

1949. . . 


143 
227 




4 


9 

8 


13 
41 


37 
72 


51 
64 


18 
30 


11 
5 


43 
44 


subunlts reporting 1954... 
1949. . . 


213 
352 




4 
8 


9 
8 


14 
*3 


49 

104 


83 

117 


29 

55 


25 

7 


45 
46 


acres 1954... 
1949... 


3.340 
5,923 




15 
23 


46 
65 


100 
382 


437 
968 


1,234 
2.574 


801 
1.268 


707 
643 


47 

48 


pounds 1954... 
1949... 


2,261,116 
4,177,214 




8.845 
14,800 


26,212 
51,600 


75,965 
272,114 


293.769 
707,023 


872,924 
1,892.206 


516.250 
829.742 


467,151 
409,729 


49 
50 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 
1950... 


567 


6 


33 
35 


21 
22 


38 

97 


95 
166 


114 
150 


74 
75 


18 
16 


51 
52 


number 1954. .. 
1950. . . 


852 
1,611 


u 


45 
59 


26 

43 


63 
205 


15', 
392 


405 


225 

338 


102 
155 


53 
54 
55 


[.nndlord-lennnl operation* containing nail i pi r nnita 

1950. . . 

Land in all subunlts including 


1.602 
2.004 

320,917 
338,406 
286.461 
308,693 

34.456 
29.713 

120 
180 


35 

10.815 
10,623 

192 

"4 


.34 

131 

11,078 
11,425 
6,814 
10,824 

4,264 
601 

11 
15 


82 

80 

5.479 
5.668 
5,432 
5,258 

47 

410 

6 
6 


161 
298 

20.668 
29,283 
17,941 
27.336 

2,727 
1.947 

10 
30 


335 
509 

51.251 
53,273 
46,337 
48,829 

4.914 
4,444 

21 
43 


412 
493 

78,998 
89.231 
70,794 
81,752 

8,204 
7,479 

38 
42 


282 
316 

72,834 
87,009 
65,130 
77,360 

7,704 
9,629 

21 
28 


196 
142 

80,609 


56 

57 

5e 


1950... 
Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 

1950... 
Rented by operator of multiple 


51.702 
74.013 
46,691 

6,596 


6C 


1950... 
Subunlts not Included in multiple 


5,011 
13 


62 


1950... 


12 


63 

64 


number 1954. .. 
1950. . . 


350 
460 

87 
110 

263 
350 

19.904 
24,769 


9 
881 


32 
22 

■ 
6 

23 

< 

4,062 
611 


12 
7 
3 
2 

9 
5 

600 
403 


29 
50 

14 

20 
36 

2.903 

2,207 


39 
86 

12 
19 

27 
67 

2,611 
2,555 


60 
93 
28 

30 

32 
63 

3,705 
7,456 


58 
100 
14 
27 

44 
73 

2,243 
4,872 


120 
93 

12 


86 

67 


1950... 
Other tenants, not croppers 


11 
108 


68 


1950. . . 
Land in subunlts not Included 


82 
3,780 


70 


1950... 


5,784 



184 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLEUNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 





Item 
(For definitions and explanations, Bee text) 






Tota 


, selected areas 












Number of subunlts 
























2 


3 


4 


5 to 9 10 to 19 




20 and over 






621 
793 


519 
659 


74 
99 


12 
19 


16 

15 






2 


1950. . . 




3 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 

1950... 


1,399 

1,784 

587 

773 

812 

1,011 


1,038 
1,318 
492 
644 
546 
674 


222 
297 
70 
99 
152 
198 


48 
76 
10 
17 
38 
59 


91 

79 1 

15 
13 
76 
66 1 


4 




6 


1950. . . 




8 


1950. . . 




9 
10 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 

1950... 


324.607 
350. 526 
286, 074 
296,035 
38,533 
54,491 


215,140 
254,085 
189,131 
216,472 
26,009 
37,613 


54,455 
67,099 
46,505 
57,543 
7,950 
9,556 


30,240 
16,907 
28,199 
12,640 
2,041 
4,267 


24,772 

12,344 < 

22,239 

9,380 

2,533 

2.964 ' 


1 
1 




12 


1950... 




14 


1950... 




ll; 




93,613 
90,644 


64.742 
63,737 


17,621 
18,915 


4,343 
3,626 


6,907 
4,295 


1 




16 


1949... 




17 


Corn harvested for 


542 

689 

800 

1,092 

26,946 

29,457 

431,072 

340,223 


447 
563 
576 
801 
17,929 

a, 763 

275,228 
248,667 


68 

91 

142 

179 

5,141 

5,128 

92,954 

60,525 


11 

19 

27 

41 

2,022 

1,074 

31.960 

14,051 


16 

15 

55 

58 

1,854 

1,434 

30,930 

16,420 5 


1 
3 
8 
>0 




18 
19 
20 
,'l 
22 
23 
24 


1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954. . . 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

bushels 1954... 

1949. . . 




25 
26 
27 

28 

.."< 
30 
Jl 
32 


1949... 
aubunita reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 
acres 1954... 

1949... 
bales 1954... 

1949... 


270 

262 

389 

335 

2,630 

3,502 

1,943 

1.517 


209 

H5 

261 

285 

1.764 

2,634 

1,347 

1,086 


u 

39 
72 
76 
506 
636 
373 
313 


7 
5 
16 
11 
137 
96 
83 
47 


13 
3 

40 

13 
223 
136 
140 

71 






33 
34 
IS 
36 
S7 

18 
39 
40 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949... 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954 .. . 

1949. . . 


396 
368 

599 

505 

3.229 

2,184 

3,925.689 

2,396.601 


■■ 

300 

415 

374 

2,172 

1,510 

2,580,347 

1,683,003 


52 
49 
104 
89 
619 
413 
808 ,046 
452.529 


9 

10 
25 
24 

114 

103 

131,510 

103,098 


14 

9 

55 

18 

324 

158 

405,786 

157,971 






41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 


Peanuts harvested for picking 

1949... 

subunlts reporting 1954... 

1949. . . 

acres 1954... 

1949... 

pounds 1954... 

1949... 


169 

283 

247 

437 

3,824 

7,246 

2,800,785 

5,229,413 


134 

231 

172 

321 

2,608 

5,059 

1.816.932 

3,777,948 


26 

38 

46 

77 

681 

1,381 

614,902 

845,615 


4 

9 

9 

25 

175 

452 

72,850 

329,650 


5 

5 

20 

14 

360 

354 

296,101 

276,200 






49 

50 
51 
52 


Horses and/or mules multiple units reporting 1954... 

1950... 

number 1954... 

1950... 


422 

639 

908 

1,764 


! it. 

616 

1.307 


61 
87 
157 

305 


9 
18 
36 
87 


16 
12 

64 


1 
1 






Landlord-teoant operations containing nultiple uniln: 


1,778 
2,277 


1,306 
1,667 


256 

400 


101 
99 


115 
90 


a 




54 


1950... 




55 


Land in all subunlts including 


345,507 
378 .013 


231,8a 
273.128 


55.720 
71,292 


31,965 
20,370 


25,981 

12,925 2 


)8 




56 


1950. . . 




57 
58 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 195*.. . 
1950... 


309.432 
345,788 


205,312 
252,541 


49,801 
61.444 


31.735 
19.940 


22,584 

11,565 2 


)8 




59 


Rented by operator of multiple 


36,075 
32,225 


26,529 
20,587 


5,919 
9,848 


230 
430 


3,397 
1,360 






60 


1950. . . 




61 


Subunlts not included in 


138 
203 
379 
493 


105 
155 
268 
349 


19 
33 

34 
103 


7 
53 
23 


10 
7 
24 

11 


1 
7 




62 
63 
64 


1950. . . 

number 1954... 

1950... 




r „ 




100 
119 


67 
86 


17 

20 


8 


16 
5 






66 


1950... 




67 


Other tenants, not croppers 


279 
374 


201 
263 


17 
83 


53 

15 


8 


7 




68 


1950... 




69 


Land In subunlts not Included 


20,900 
27,487 


16,701 
19,043 


1,265 
4,193 


1,725 
3,463 


1,209 

581 2 


37 




70 


1950... 





FLORIDA 185 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS: CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Number of subunits 



10 to 19 20 and 



kkltiple-onit operations number 

Subunits in multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 

Corn harvested for 
grain multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



Tobacco harvested m-iltiple units reporting 

subunits reporting 



1954., 
1950., 

1954.. 
1950., 
! 95* . 
1950. 

1954. 
L950. 
195*. 
1951 . 
1954. 
1950. 



1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 
1954., 
1949., 

1954., 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



23.594 

36,839 
19,772 
30,105 
3,822 
6,784 



3.340 
48.816 
50,823 



2,705 
35.721 
41.578 



5.633 
- I '- 
4.708 
1,139 



1,660 
1,480 



1954. 
1949. 

subunits reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules... .multiple units reporting 
number 



Landlord-ttooot operations conl.id., aolliplr .oil 

All subunits including home farm number 

Land In all subunits Including 
home farm acres 

Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 

Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunits not Included In 
multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenants, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land In subunits not Included 
In multiple units acres 



:■■•' . 
L954. 



1950, 
195*. 
; 190. 



1.780 
1,780 



186 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 5.-MULTIPLE UNIT OPERATIONS, BY NUMBER OF SUBUNITS. CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Number of subunlts 



Multiple-mil operations number 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 
operations total number 

Home farms number 

Cropper farms number 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 

Home farms .acres 

Cropper farms acres 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 

1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 

: n .. 



Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 

subunlts reporting 



1954. 

1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 

1954. 
1949. 
L954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 
1954. 
1949. 



301,013 
313,637 
261 . I 2 
265,930 
34,711 
47,707 



24,566 
26,117 
382,256 
289.400 



1,961 
2,361 
1,350 
1,019 



3,229 

2,184 

3,925,689 

2,396,601 



568 

197,179 

221 , 516 
174,067 
189,609 
23 ,112 
31,907 



16,075 
19,058 
239,507 
207 ,089 



186 

48,822 
65,427 
41,797 
56.404 
7,025 
. 



4,615 
4.760 
79,859 
53,855 



15.247 
28,199 

11,160 



2,022 

1,071 
31.960 
14.001 



24,772 
11,356 
22,239 
8,757 
2,533 
2.599 



1,854 
1,170 

30,930 
13 .895 



2,172 

1,510 

2,580,347 

1,683,003 



1954. 

1949. 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 



Horses and/or mules... .multiple units reporting 
number 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



3.340 

5,923 

2,261,116 

4,177,214 



2,281 
4,045 

1,480,477 
2,936,831 



1,223 
411,688 
755,533 



Owned by operator of multiple unit.. 



Rented by operator of multiple 

Subunlts not included in 
multiple units operators reporting 

number 

Share tenants number 

Other tenantB, not croppers 
nor share tenants number 

Land in subunlts not included 
In multiple units acres 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 



FLORIDA 



187 



Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD -TEN A NT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



(Far definitions and explanations. 



Kind of tenant In land lord -tenant operation 



Croppers, 
share, and/o: 



Croppers and 

than share 
tenants only 



Kind of tenant In landlord- 



Croppers, 
share, and/or 
other tenants 



Itiple-onit operation* number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Subunlts In multiple-unit 

operations total number 1954. . 

1950.. 

Home farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropper farms number 1954.. 

1950.. 

Land In multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954.. 

1950.. 
Home farms acres 1954. . 

1950.. 
Cropper farms acres 1954.. 

1950.. 

Cropland harvested total acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949. . 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple unite reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple unita reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954.. 

1949.. 



units reporting 1954.. 

1949., 

subunlts reporting 1954. 

1949.. 

acres 1954. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

•multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Laadlord-teoaal opcratieaa retaining nltiple uila: 

All subunlts Including home farm number 1954.. 

1950.. 



Horses and/or mules . 



Owned by operator of multiple unit. 



Subunlts not Included In 

multiple units operators reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



Share tenants number 1954. , 

1950., 

Other tenants, not croppers 

nor share tenants number 1954.. 

1950. 

Land In subunlts not included 

in multiple unita acres 1954. 

1950. 



324.607 


189,574 


350,526 


209,189 




160,550 


. " . " 


172,156 


38,533 


29.024 


- . 


37,033 


93,613 


57,085 


90,644 


60,468 



689 
800 
1,092 
26,946 
29,457 
431 .072 
340,223 

270 



2.630 
3,502 
1.943 

1.517 



3,229 

2,184 

3,925,689 

2,396,601 



3,824 

7,246 

2.800,785 

5.229,413 



18,048 
21,404 
291,134 
253,123 



1,803 
2.415 
1.318 
1.045 



2.4% 

1,669 

2,991,821 

1,841,665 



2,416 

4.219 

1.677.776 

3.266.567 



129 

57,052 
70.418 
51,129 
61,296 
5.923 
9,122 



4,631 
3.977 
64.749 



1.054 

1.609 

877.034 

1.183,330 



164 

77,981 
70,919 
74.395 
62.583 
3,586 
8.336 



4,267 
4.076 
75.189 
42.974 



1.418 
245.975 
779,516 



19.772 

30,105 
3,622 



2,380 
3,340 
48.8M 

50,823 



1,323 

539,669 

1,052,199 



96 

13,060 
27.605 
■ . 08 
22,296 
3.052 
5,309 



2.570 
30.611 
40.308 



5.018 
7.575 
4,263 



188 MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

Economic Area Table 6.-MULTIPLE-UIN1T OPERATIONS, BY KIND OF TENANT IN LANDLORD-TENANT OPERATION: 

CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-£ontinued 









Area 


3 








Kind of 


tenant in landlord-tenant operation 




(For definitions and explanations, see text) 
















Croppers, 


Croppers and 






Total 


Croppers 


share, and/ or 


tenants other 








only 


other tenants 


than share 
tenants only 






551 


431 


62 


58 


2 


1950. . . 


680 


500 


76 


104 


1 


Subunlts in multiple-unit 














1.252 


952 


160 


140 


4 


1950... 


1.544 


1,112 


186 


246 






519 
662 


410 
490 


59 
72 


50 


6 


1950. . . 


100 


7 




733 


542 


101 


90 


8 


1950. . . 


882 


622 


114 


146 


9 


Land in multiple-unit operations. .. .total acres 1954... 


301.013 


176,514 


48,902 


75,597 


10 


1950... 


313.637 


181,584 


65,400 


66,653 






266.302 
265.930 


150.542 
149,860 


43,554 
57,033 


72,206 


12 


1950. . . 


59,037 


L3 




34,711 


25,972 


5,348 


3,391 


I- 


1950. . . 


47,707 


31,724 


8.367 


7.616 


,, 






52,585 
53,594 


11,836 
13.255 


22,581 

14,944 


L6 


1949. . . 


81^793 


17 


Corn harvested for 














480 


376 


54 


50 


L8 


1949... 


593 


442 


66 


65 


I'l 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 


708 


532 


96 


80 


20 


1949... 


932 


690 


110 


132 


.'1 


acres 1954... 


24,566 


16,460 


4,134 


3,972 


22 


1949... 


26,117 


18,834 


3.581 


3,702 


23 


bushels 1954... 


382,256 


260,523 


54.850 


66,883 


24 


1949. . . 


289,400 


212,815 


40,191 


36,394 


25 




214 


156 


33 


25 


.■i 


1949. . . 


199 


131 


33 


35 


27 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


318 


225 


56 


37 


23 


1949... 


291 


195 


47 


49 


29 


acres 1954... 


1,961 


1,330 


378 


253 


iO 


1949... 


2,361 


1,557 


390 


414 


31 


bales 1954... 


1.350 


903 


262 


185 


32 


1949. . . 


1,019 


659 


193 


167 




Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


396 


333 


31 


32 


34 


1949. . . 


368 


297 


26 


45 


35 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


599 


480 


61 


58 


36 


1949... 


505 


407 


37 


61 


37 


acres 1954... 


3.229 


2.496 


422 


311 


38 


1949... 


2,184 


1.669 


254 


261 


39 


pounds 1954. . . 


3.925.689 


2.991,821 


431,028 


502,840 


40 


1949... 


2.396,601 


1,841.665 


276,880 


278,056 


41 


Peanuts harvested for picking 














143 


103 


27 


13 


42 


1949... 


227 


151 


39 


37 


43 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


213 


142 


52 


19 




1949... 


352 


231 


67 


54 


45 


acres 1954... 


3.340 


2.139 


900 


301 


46 


1949. . . 


5,923 


3,247 


1,381 


1,295 


47 


pounds 1954... 


2,261,116 


1,368.021 


682,020 


191,075 


48 


1949. . . 


4,177,214 


2,472,793 


1,017,530 


686,891 


49 


Horses and/or mules ... .multiple units reporting 1954... 


393 


303 


49 


41 


50 


1950... 


567 


422 


67 


78 


51 


number 1954. . . 


852 


564 


164 


124 


52 


1950... 
Landlord, tenant operations containing iulupl. units: 


1.611 


1.125 


291 


195 


53 




1.602 




337 


313 


54 


1950... 


2.004 


1,112 


422 


470 


55 


Land in all subunlts Including 














320.917 
338,406 


176,514 
181 . 584 


59.855 

79,938 


84,548 


56 


1950... 


76,884 


57 


Owned by operator of multiple unit.. acres 1954... 


286,461 


159,435 


50,400 


76,626 


58 


1950. . . 


308.693 


161 , 525 


76,055 


71,113 


59 


Rented by operator of multiple 














34,456 
29,713 


17.079 
20,059 


9,455 
3.883 


". ■'.'.' 


60 


1950... 


5,771 


61 


Subunlts not included in 














120 




62 


58 


62 


1950. . . 


180 




76 


104 


63 


number 1954. . . 


350 




177 


173 


64 


1950. . . 


460 




236 


224 


65 




87 
110 




87 
110 




66 


1950... 




67 


Other tenants, not croppers 














263 
350 




90 
126 


173 


68 


1950... 


224 


69 


Land in subunlts not Included 














19,904 
24,769 




10,953 
14.538 


8,951 


70 


1950... 


10,231 



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190 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrr OPERATIONS: 





Item 


The State 


Appling 


Atkinson 


Bacon 


Baker 


Baldwin 


Banks 


Barrow 


Bartow 




(For definitions and explanations, see text) 
























165,523 
198, 191 


1,403 
1,733 


584 

801 


986 
1,128 


751 
935 


464 
692 


981 
1,091 


1,138 
1,390 


1,519 
1,799 


2 


1950... 


1 




24,018,773 
25,751,055 


208,032 
195,057 


128,796 
142,840 


131,294 
145,344 


179,213 

154,520 


99,994 
157,334 


98,970 
106, 585 


85,809 
94,950 


202,648 
216,531 


1950... 


5 




6,117,379 


47,849 


20,830 


32,511 


47,326 


20,660 


16,691 


24,735 


49,192 


6 


1949... 


7,098,147 


47,723 


23,142 


33,341 


48,179 


25,410 


23,029 


36,632 


60,292 


" 




111,949 


1,066 


463 


782 


612 


289 


741 


748 


1,020 


8 


1949... 


153,220 


1,338 


576 


916 


799 


438 


893 


1,119 


1,340 


9 


acres 1954... 


2,113,495 


18,517 


11,006 


14,322 


20,592 


8,681 


6,463 


7,292 


13,560 


10 


1949... 


2,527,071 


19,718 


8,349 


16,585 


20,531 


8,466 


8,207 


12,236 


16, 01/4 


11 


bushels 1954... 


25,250,821 


245,515 


180, 690 


217,296 


180,861 


86, 658 


79,461 


74,357 


212,636 


12 


1949. . . 


37,837,343 


269,926 


135,916 


225,027 


219,637 


135,612 


102,838 


207,808 


279,41/4 


13 




78,946 


773 


220 


456 


486 


239 


501 


610 


887 


14 


1949... 


110,355 


1,004 


314 


585 


338 


376 


738 


1,034 


1,358 


15 


acres 1954... 


1,000,731 


4,921 


1,031 


2,319 


3,657 


2,534 


3,430 


6,149 


19,068 


16 


1949. . . 


1,556,505 


8,447 


2,019 


4,624 


2,195 


4,076 


6,379 


13,110 


30,869 


17 


bales 1954... 


598,492 


3,434 


753 


1,611 


1,967 


950 


2,238 


3,81/4 


14,265 


18 


1949... 


609,967 


2,101 


713 


973 


979 


1,803 


2,344 


5,342 


12,163 


19 




28,405 


1,088 


471 


784 


1 










20 


1949... 


31,185 


1,246 


569 


885 


3 










21 


acres 1954... 


102,035 


3,503 


1.755 


2,905 


7 










22 


1949... 


91,430 


3,181 


1,683 


2,674 


13 










23 


pounds 1954... 


107,656,460 


3,088,783 


2,396,248 


3,561,573 


6,500 










... 


1949. . . 


102,504,527 


3,308,635 


2,329,935 


3,281,304 


8,660 










25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 
























27,801 


61 


33 


10 


568 


7 


13 


3 


12 


.'i 


1949. . . 


47,454 


118 


44 




803 


45 


16 


14 


27 


27 


acres 1954... 


410,774 


339 


146 


54 


13,294 


26 


17 


3 


14 


28 


1949... 


749,691 


■ 


240 


73 


21,179 


128 


14 


9 


11 


29 


pounds 1954... 


244,756,425 


253,146 


124,574 


16,600 


7,293,554 


4,890 


3,752 


1,915 


7,415 


KJ 


1949... 


583,512,881 


451,458 


187,330 


19,223 


18,075,877 


45,230 


3,886 


1,984 


7,056 


M 




82,206 


658 


313 


451 


486 


286 


530 


572 


534 


32 


1950... 


129,327 


1,101 


532 


791 


701 


503 


761 


874 


926 


33 


number 1954... 


142,851 


882 


425 




1,089 


606 


821 1 


982 


971 


14 


1950... 


253,982 


1,742 


835 


1,289 


1,805 


1,086 


1,335 


1,682 


1,896 


„ 




14,912 
19,227 


139 
233 


66 
110 


U6 

172 


113 
118 


24 
51 


75 
85 


110 
143 


178 
199 


16 


1950. . . 


37 


Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


41,281 


341 


166 


341 


325 


66 


184 


280 


550 


38 


1950... 


55,261 


566 


265 


399 


418 


125 


230 


368 


574 








136 
217 


66 
108 


145 

168 


107 


24 
48 


71 
81 


109 
136 


172 

186 


40 


1950... 


41 




26,859 


205 


10C 


196 


218 


42 


113 


171 


378 


42 


1950... 




349 


157 


231 


311 


77 


149 


232 


388 


43 


Land mod by landlord acres 1954 


7,664,091 


69,503 
81,809 


51,025 


56,932 
64,008 


81,800 
67,381 


10, 108 
20,375 


19,889 
25,093 


20,171 
25,926 


62,004 
60,461 


44 


1950. . . 


45 






1,689 


686 


2,470 


37,519 


1,589 


3,007 


4,037 


31,010 


46 


1950. . . 




6,415 


540 


2,815 


4,658 


3,845 


1,483 


3,484 


23,897 






7,213,079 


69,640 


49,095 


57,997 


109,075 


11,549 




22,293 


82,797 


48 


1950... 


. 




46, 111 


. 


59,007 


22,655 


22, 669 


27,248 


74,989 






6,031,604 
6,253,902 


58,912 
51,562 


45,923 
40,606 


50,438 
57,948 


96,288 
42,547 


10,288 
18,256 


16,997 
16,736 


17,919 
19,023 


67,040 
55,970 


50 


1950... 


51 




1,181,475 


10,728 


3,172 


7,559 


12,787 


1,261 


4,614 


4,374 


16,757 


52 


1950... 


1,892,863 


23,059 


5,505 


6,965 


16,460 


4,399 


5,933 


8,225 


19,019 






2,064,281 




6,431 


10, 533 


22,970 


3,038 


4.475 


7,942 


25,128 


54 


1949. . . 


2,560,483 


18, 109 


8,411 


10,976 


21,619 


6,859 


5,593 


11,489 


25,500 


55 


Corn harvested for 


























129 


65 


142 


110 


23 


68 


106 


173 


56 


1949... 


18,291 


220 


104 


168 


117 


37 


82 


141 


186 


57 


subunlts reporting 1954. . . 


30,191 


234 


118 


239 


264 


47 


139 


214 


419 


58 


1949... 


43,204 


381 


181 


292 


337 


68 


173 


305 


423 


59 


acres 1954... 


703,453 




3,464 


4,775 


10,490 


755 


1,463 


2,387 


6,203 


60 


1949. . . 


886,963 


6,666 


3,300 


5,712 


8,966 


1,902 


1,585 


3,672 


5,760 


61 


bushels 1954... 


8,311,898 


63,208 


57,175 


73,450 


96,759 


5,957 


21,149 


24,530 


112,928 


62 


1949... 


12,800,533 


91,189 


49,948 


73, 613 


100,796 


27,679 


19, 119 


58,511 


106,928 


63 




12,791 


111 


43 


99 


97 


22 


62 


106 


! 




1949... 


15,932 


165 


66 


108 


68 


40 


80 


137 


189 


65 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


27,006 


176 


57 


129 


201 


54 


119 


207 


467 




1949. . . 


36,310 


231 


93 


i--; 


149 


71 


171 


300 


479 


67 


acres 1954... 


407, 616 


1,153 


341 


777 


1,670 


793 


1,010 


2,574 


11,011 


68 


1949... 


605,126 


2,206 


674 


1,321 


1,131 


1,139 


1,605 


4,211 


13,177 


69 


bales 1954... 


251,544 


827 


255 


548 


985 


285 


669 


1,555 


8,507 


70 


1949... 


254,788 


598 


225 


303 


599 


610 


610 


1,734 


5,935 


71 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


4,885 


138 


66 


143 


1 










72 


1949... 


5,156 


226 


109 


168 


1 










73 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


8,744 


243 


121 


232 


1 










74 


1949. . . 


9,298 


353 


173 


263 


1 










75 


acres 1954... 


31,786 


824 


448 


912 


7 










76 


1949... 


27,470 


966 


500 


838 


6 










77 


pounds 1954... 


34,006,015 


800,913 


622,578 


1,149,146 


6,500 










78 


1949. . . 


32,178,082 


1,046,291 


758,856 


1,043,972 


5,000 










79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 


4,802 


8 


9 




109 




2 




2 


80 


1949. . . 


7,841 


35 


16 


3 


117 


5 








81 


subunlts reporting 1954... 


10,022 


15 


15 




240 




2 




2 


82 


1949... 


18,436 


50 


23 


3 


345 


5 








83 


acres 1954... 


171,105 


99 


69 




6,046 




10 




2 


84 


1949... 


333,289 


384 


127 


12 


8,826 


34 








s- 


pounds 1954 — 


105,444,745 


74,500 


58,216 




3,275,448 




500 




1,850 


86 


1949... 


258,168,643 


219,400 


99,897 


4,221 


7,646,624 


17,525 








87 


Horses and/or mules. .. .multiple units reporting 1954... 


12,117 


104 


59 


107 


102 


21 


65 


94 


121 


88 


1950... 


17,613 


202 


99 


162 


112 


45 


81 


125 


142 


89 


number 1954. . . 


40, 897 


208 


124 


178 


531 


63 


179 


278 


363 


90 


1950... 


72,121 


448 


247 


408 


689 


153 


243 


399 


495 


91 




124,242 
142,930 


1,062 
1,167 


418 
536 


645 
729 


426 

517 


398 
567 


797 
861 


858 
1,022 


969 
1,225 


)i 


1950. . . 


93 




16,805,694 


138,392 


79,701 


73,297 


70,138 


88,445 


77,359 


63,516 


118,851 


94 


1950... 


17,604,290 


120,436 


96,729 


80,431 


95,513 


134,679 


83,916 


67,702 


141,542 



GEORGIA 



191 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950 



Ben Hill 


Berrien 


Bibb 


Bleckley 


Brantley 


Brooks 


^ 


Bulloch 


Burke 


Butts 


nlhoun 


Camden 


Candler 




654 


1,445 


779 


712 


671 


1,703 


404 


2,490 


1,654 


720 690 


278 


908 


1 


943 


1,637 


845 


870 


, .-. 


2,031 


420 


2,922 


2,154 


949 961 


240 


1,090 


2 




226,127 


94,342 


124,469 


99,982 


279,597 


73,097 


341,864 


419,661 


89,353 149,797 


103,713 


128,427 


3 




230,784 


94,448 


120,399 


85,762 


291,123 


88,703 


372,109 


422,903 


97,512 146,158 


. • . 


124,605 




30,632 


61,429 


21,770 


49,329 


9,995 


97,146 


7,069 


133,232 


161,768 


21,210 48,224 


1,343 


46,259 


5 


3'\542 


64,629 


21,617 


53^266 


11,178 


96,618 


9,492 


141,248 


165,680 


26,261 52,966 


1,204 


48,257 


6 


479 


1,172 


187 


412 


431 


1,340 


238 


1,827 


1,372 


458 566 


87 


685 


7 


743 


1,369 


411 


723 


534 


1,614 


286 


2,333 


1,873 


686 839 


122 


901 


8 


10,565 


29,503 


3,417 


9,756 


4,061 


38,031 


3,143 


44,024 


52,191 


3,881 15,541 


313 


17,545 


a 


14,264 


24,650 


6,740 


18,319 


5,006 


33,880 


3,781 


50,778 


51,261 


7,548 17,644 


512 


18,928 


10 


78,928 


568,514 


19,083 


73,893 


89,987 


583,167 


40,064 


551,973 


435,359 


30,127 193,605 


5,100 


151,724 


11 


224,502 


443,667 


107,619 


279,988 


98,048 


514,514 


54,579 


877,377 


578,258 


118,584 242,172 


7,070 


279,600 


12 


406 


594 


97 


513 


11 


1,050 


45 


1,562 


1,475 


434 474 


1 


678 


11 


563 


668 


129 


697 


9 


1,185 


79 


1,743 


1,885 


628 533 




752 


14 


5,589 


3,832 


1,740 


8,050 


17 


10,099 


181 


17,764 


42,263 


5,304 6,477 


1 


7,949 


15 


6,715 


4,753 


2,405 


12,773 


33 


11,175 


548 


23,433 


62,077 


8,032 4,772 




11,518 


It. 


3,069 


2,727 


842 


5,484 


20 


7,952 


112 


10,538 


22 , 524 


2,193 4,251 


1 


4,164 


17 


2,438 


2,147 


1,620 


6,022 


19 


5,901 


159 


9,146 


17,845 


3,591 2,647 




3,412 


is 


400 


1,194 






411 


1,125 


153 


1,577 


1 






2 


730 


19 


515 


1,385 


1 


1 


477 


1,239 


174 


1,794 








2 


834 


20 


1,248 


5,636 






1,337 


. 


402 


4,784 


3 








2,705 


21 


1,224 


5,078 


2 


(2) 


1,216 


2,861 


347 


4,385 


12 






7 


2,495 


22 


932,085 


7,212,409 






1,850,494 


3,693,901 


347,515 


4,166,780 


4,000 






6,000 


2,213,100 


23 


1,331,598 


6,633,714 


1,384 


1,000 


1,615,673 


2,926,307 


366,547 


4,631,731 


16, 108 






5,960 


2,811,064 


.'- 


340 


162 


13 


246 


5 


712 


44 


533 


385 




i 543 


1 


95 


25 


503 


259 


32 


499 


19 


884 


62 


1,696 


752 


10 843 




235 


26 


4,266 


1,220 


15 


1,665 


25 


4,437 


261 


4,204 


6,458 




i 14,389 


3 


529 


.'7 


7,661 


2,517 


87 


3,976 


89 


6,885 


399 


18,495 


10,778 




24,001 




1,889 


28 


1,711,989 


666,082 


1,490 


872,452 


11,122 


3,543,235 


141,188 


1,752,208 


1,958,741 


59 


) 10,490,613 


1,500 


161,215 


29 


5,507,543 


2,031,799 


37,175 


2,997,566 


48,600 


5,199,939 


234,002 


14,095,221 


5,720,694 


1,85 


22,124,3 '•■' 




1,233,268 


30 


400 


715 


269 


344 


271 


977 


200 


1,237 


890 


39 


334 


101 


461 


31 


650 


1,236 


411 


630 


467 


1,358 


256 


1,861 


1,559 


54 


619 


L06 


679 


32 


779 


973 


385 


744 


31? 


1,607 


242 


1,796 


2,200 


80 


873 


120 


669 


33 


1,421 


2,015 


659 


1,565 


604 


2,656 


346 


3,043 


4,034 


1,27 


1,543 


137 


1,255 


34 


67 


171 


16 


70 


29 


246 


21 


382 


154 


13. 


99 




149 


35 


113 


176 


21 


120 


33 


240 


20 


393 


167 


12 


131 






204 


36 


177 


454 


34 


183 


61 


672 


51 




580 


35 


391 






422 


37 


313 


4;c 


4J 


326 


70 


686 


55 


1,043 


733 


42 


560 






578 


38 


63 


171 


15 


68 


29 


241 


21 


372 


148 


1_L 


93 






138 


39 


109 


164 


21 


113 


32 


227 


20 


376 


153 


12 


103 






188 


40 


114 


283 


19 


115 


32 


431 


30 


579 


432 


24 


298 






284 


41 


204 


292 


24 


213 


38 


459 


35 


667 


580 


30 


457 






390 


42 


57,891 


90,385 


5,610 


. 


9,156 


90,710 


31,349 




106,046 


30,94 


59,079 






65,014 


43 


70,430 


87,971 


5,356 


37,094 


12,547 


89,620 


19,439 


124,197 


110,943 


41,42 


58,506 






78,041 


44 


4,415 


12.513 


1,225 


4,606 




12,702 


3,092 


16,982 


74,515 


11,73 


16,153 






5,496 


45 




1,508 


338 


6,669 


351 


8,243 


109 


18,193 


54,033 


4,36 


22,560 






5,024 


46 


49,971 


91,399 


6,706 


30,037 


9,004 


99,410 


34,347 


145,558 


165,847 


41,16 


70,638 






64,835 


47 


71,699 


77,258 


5,586 


40,851 


9,612 


92,440 


18,634 


131,349 


. 


43,66 


75,023 






77,107 


..* 


41,432 


79,309 


5,483 


22,662 


8,153 


81,072 


33,223 


120,109 


151,104 


34,55< 


55,881 






44,472 


49 


58,870 


62,595 


4,912 


28,349 


7,905 


74,218 


17,141 


102,076 


124,470 


33,11 


. 






54,368 


50 


8,539 


12,090 


1,223 


7,375 


851 


18,338 


1,124 


25,449 


14,743 


6,60" 


U,757 






20,363 


51 


12,829 


14,663 


674 


12,502 


1,707 


18,222 


1,493 


29,273 


22,702 


10,54« 


28,680 






22,739 


52 


10,768 


17,637 


2,441 


13,493 


865 


35,636 


1,907 


49,150 


73,277 


12,02 


23,928 






21,188 


53 


15,294 


17,259 


2,083 


18,982 


1,129 


34,736 


1,700 


47,977 


63,478 


13,57 


28,653 






26,640 


54 


63 


168 


9 


61 


26 


239 


21 


357 


147 


IK 


96 




139 


55 


112 


166 


19 


115 


27 


231 


17 


379 


163 


12( 


126 




199 


56 


135 


318 


11 


130 


33 


485 


34 


670 


467 


25* 


320 




302 


57 


247 


323 


34 


270 


37 


517 


1! 


779 


633 


33* 


488 




453 


58 


3,415 


8,661 


295 


3,376 


386 


13,588 


973 


16,761 


19,360 


2,27C 


7,967 




7,630 


59 


5,417 


7,729 


655 


7,011 


419 


13,095 


1,010 


19,189 


19,045 


3,97( 


9,528 




10,551 


60 


25,793 


170,291 


1,752 


23,089 


7,979 


219,071 


12,513 


207,740 


155,795 




103,665 






61 


93,511 


116,560 


8,065 


104,085 


8,372 


196,086 


W.650 


310,290 


246,299 


60,60* 


142,813 




W5,793 


62 


64 


106 


9 


68 




217 


12 


352 


l-..'. 


10' 


89 




139 


63 


91 


100 


12 


115 


3 


189 


11 


310 


166 


12< 


89 




181 


64 


128 


144 


10 


149 




401 


17 


594 


556 


26' 


272 




294 


65 


191 


163 


21 


258 


3 


387 


15 


595 


662 


33( 


307 




388 


66 


2,230 


■■.. 


141 


2,646 




4,372 


81 


7,329 


18,165 


3,59: 


3,744 




3,776 


67 


2,864 


1,163 


396 


4,721 


18 


3,977 


121 


8,547 


24,207 


4,86; 


2,983 




6,522 


68 


1,243 


727 


82 


1,870 




3,610 


51 


4,418 


10,147 


1,49* 


2,491 




1,951 


69 


1,056 


465 


322 


2,404 


9 


1,871 


33 


3,549 


8,112 


2,26< 






1,858 


,'( 


62 


168 






25 


229 


20 


343 


1 








146 


71 


85 


168 






27 


204 


15 


343 










201 


72 


113 


334 






33 


435 


31 


558 


1 








321 


73 


141 


321 






38 


395 


24 


534 










41J 


74 


426 


1,559 






110 


1,277 


95 


1,720 


3 








1,222 


75 


423 


1,123 






V. 


897 


• 


1,400 










1,243 


76 


308,842 


2,028,321 






132,665 


1,553,728 


96,762 


1,628,354 


4,666 








1,016,278 


77 


451,267 


1,573,985 






115,902 


958,458 


54,600 












1,456,193 


78 


56 


4) 




45 




131 


2 


146 


55 




44 




21 


79 


104 


41 




95 


1 


157 


9 


314 


79 




130 




73 


80 


110 


56 




80 




234 


3 


217 


99 




330 




24 


fll 


227 


62 




171 


1 


292 


12 


550 


181 




531 




129 


82 


1,666 


393 




568 




1,500 


20 


1,678 


2,638 




8,094 




175 


83 


4,540 


599 




1,575 


4 


2,495 


1 1: 


5,874 


3,170 




13,388 




1,035 


84 


648,922 


209,637 




255,046 




1,308,181 


8,548 


709,317 


919,003 




, ,088,5 ■< 




53,358 


85 


3,131,670 


447,689 




913,552 


2,000 


1,583,551 


49,200 


4,232,587 


1,669,314 




13,226,753 




639,498 


86 


62 


116 


11 


59 


15 


209 


14 


310 


116 


105 


80 




122 


8" 


106 


165 


18 


116 


25 


223 


16 


349 


155 


123 


117 




189 


88 


230 


225 


21 


238 


24 


578 


38 


575 


714 


445 


495 




270 


89 


538 


453 


41 


519 


41 


752 


33 


902 


1,368 


623 


720 




612 


90 


477 


991 


745 


529 


610 


1,031 


353 


1,539 


1,074 


368 


299 


278 


486 


91 


630 


1,181 


800 


544 


616 


1,345 


365 


1,879 


1,421 


52« 


401 


240 


512 


92 


95,574 


134,728 


87,636 


94,432 


90,978 


180, 187 


38,750 


196,306 


253,814 


48,192 


79,159 


103,713 


63,592 


93 


67.665 


153,526 


88,862 


79,548 


76,150 


198,683 


70,069 


240,760 


275,731 


53.85C 


71,135 


130,600 1 


47,498 


94 



192 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table 1-MULTIPLE-UNrT OPERATIONS: 



All farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Land In farms acres 1954. 

1950. 

Cropland harvested acres 1954. 

1949. 

Corn harvested for grain farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bushels 1954. 

1949. 



Cotton harvested. 



Tobacco harvested. 



Horses and/or mule 



.farms reporting 1954., 

1949., 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

bales 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1949. 

acres 1954. 

1949. 

pounds 1954. 

1949. 

.farms reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 



It lple-unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 

Subunlts in multiple-unit operations number 1954. 

1950. 

Home farms number 1954. 

1950. 

Cropper farms number 1954 . 

1950. 



1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1950. 
1954. 
1949. 



Land owned by landlord 

Land rented from others by landlord. 



Land in multiple-unit operatio 



Cropper farms. . . 
Cropland harvested. 



Corn harvested for 

grain multiple units reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bushels 1954.. 

1949.. 

Cotton harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954. . 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

bales 1954.. 

1949.. 

Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954. . 

1949. . 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954. . 

1949.. 

Peanuts harvested for picking 

or threshing multiple unitB reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

subunlts reporting 1954.. 

1949.. 

acres 1954.. 

1949.. 

pounds 1954 . . 

1949.. 



Horses and/or mules. 



.multiple units reporting 1954. 

1950. 

number 1954. 

1950. 

Farms not In multiple units number 1954. 

1950. 

Land In farms not In multiple units acres 1954. 

1950. 

Z Reported in small fractions. 



3,856 


940 


22 '.'■-" 


64,247 


268,541 


78,710 


56,528 


13,883 


83,771 


18,621 


2,294 


435 


3,141 


585 


28,716 


4,095 


38, 537 


5,058 


331,628 


85,581 


659,093 


119,878 


1,437 


204 


2,519 


395 


12,464 


1,265 


26,336 


3,302 


6,419 


936 



34,066 
49,649 
13,062 
24,003 
17,190 
27,169 



8,140 
11,706 
101,902 
195,463 



2,422 
2,799 

182,212 



1,459 
6,879 
11,074 
5,606 
8,618 
1,273 
2,456 
1,798 
2,455 



43,397 


92,406 


71,451 


69,097 


2,765 


5,907 


3,571 


5,835 


98 


89 


159 


131 


1,165 


965 


1,778 


1,074 


15,556 


14,451 


1 -' . 5 : 5 


20,396 



4,923 
2,000 



1,275 
1,146 



18,914 
27,190 
1,506 
2,503 



1,024 
7,072 
8,000 



1,098 
1,289 

131, 503 
141,890 
25,701 
36,426 

756 
1,003 
11,235 
12,421 
124,473 
219,700 

507 
954 
5,503 
13,690 
3,467 
4,467 



1,650 


28,107 


2,741 


40,050 




3,434 




4,401 


1,400 


30,840 


2,576 


41,159 


1,385 


26,988 


2,366 


34,472 


15 


3,852 


210 


6,687 


15 


7,699 


357 


11,070 



3,073 
3,443 
41,993 
58,18! 



2,044 
4,312 
1,387 
1,529 



2,047 
126,374 
170,299 
13,339 
24,758 

956 
1,521 
8,427 
12,786 

117,254 
285,728 

145 



1,083 
11,462 
24, 507 



1,549 

1,911 

120,452 

156,255 



54,892 
59,005 
12,551 
15,717 



1,695 
3,309 
29,047 
50,771 



6,346 


11,815 


14,651 


13,026 


46 


725 


588 


1,649 


5,922 


10,555 


14,044 


13,242 


4,999 


8,918 


9,968 


9,968 


923 


1,637 


4,076 


3,274 


1,127 


1,801 


2,284 


3,993 



GEORGIA 



193 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Clayton 


Clincb 


Cobb 


Coffee 


Colquitt 


Columbia 


Cook 


Coweta 


Crawford 


Crisp 


Dade 


Dawson 


Decatur 


De Kalb 




804 


209 


1,98 


1,979 


2,678 


736 


1,137 


1,501 


568 


917 


606 


605 


1,306 


1,048 


1 


879 


222 


2,11 


2,274 


2,641 


782 


1,258 


1,901 


630 


1,106 


698 


660 


1,630 


1,125 


2 


59,388 


114,228 


112,171 


308,330 


318,402 


122,194 


122,948 


210,143 


114,864 


182,518 


60,034 


81,679 


273,756 


54,055 


3 


61,311 


72,307 


127, 11 


! 329,647 


291,478 


130,490 


137,776 


242,594 


123,175 


167,260 


65,498 


98,063 


271,537 


57,580 




11,603 


3,525 


16, 97 


1 78,961 


129,555 


15,994 


45,459 


36,522 


21,170 


80,041 


7,982 


5,610 


80,506 


8,084 


5 


13,991 


4,168 


29,41 


83,502 


120,022 


21,169 


47,977 


51,455 


26,706 


76,020 


10,160 


7,630 


83,152 


10,116 


6 


339 


149 


90 


7 1,567 


2,001 


419 


924 


1,090 


363 


691 


363 


388 


1,024 


228 


7 


486 


174 


1,40 


1,902 


2,18" 


525 


1,053 


1,444 


516 


909 


486 


511 


1,2^6 


517 


8 


2,709 


1,768 


6,79 


37,324 


48,191 


4,252 


22,709 


13,176 


7,132 


27,100 


3,512 


3,608 


41,757 


1,867 


9 


4,308 


1,992 


12,08 


L 39,294 


42,763 


6,896 


17,648 


19,938 


11,804 


24,090 


4,502 


4,587 


31,073 


4,018 


10 


23,671 


35,513 


84,88* 


> 500,949 


764,782 


25,369 


395,555 


141,880 


44,830 


318,810 


63,949 


66,613 


647,008 


26,279 


11 


65,191 


31,623 


205,24 


) 533,316 


725,617 


68,631 


351,650 


305,610 


177, "38 


515,447 


107,293 


73,564 


343,942 


61,225 


12 


152 


34 


13 


1,028 


1,789 


291 


633 


838 


213 


590 


68 


41 


454 


62 


11 


24" 


35 


67 


i 1,126 


1,696 


435 


634 


1,111 


272 


748 


226 


145 


296 


151 


14 


1,251 


104 


95 


) 7,985 


24,341 


2,294 


4,646 


8,498 


1,922 


12,711 


318 


193 


4,615 


356 


15 




151 


5,88 


L 10,585 


22,066 


4,791 


5,141 


13,537 


2,970 


15,090 


1,425 


750 


2,104 


1,166 


16 


'535 


103 


49 


7 4,648 


18,558 


1,067 


3,514 


4,493 


1,011 


8,721 


202 


148 


2,676 


198 


17 


889 


74 


1,08 


i 2,868 


10,567 


1,323 


2,947 


5,716 


1,048 


6,753 


"...9 


158 


860 


375 


18 




121 




L 1,553 


1,982 




963 




1 


17 




5 


179 




19 




148 




L 1,765 


2,112 




1,058 






30 






196 




20 




375 




L 5,986 


7,819 




3,963 




(z) 


41 




1 


1,121 




21 




342 




L 5,559 


6,866 




3,734 






39 






957 




22 




471,059 


7a 


J 6,940,635 


9,461,069 




4,905,273 




100 


42,604 




290 


1,337,481 




23 




387,808 


5a 


J 6,941,758 


7,862,703 




4,489,381 






41,830 






973,604 




24 


5 




3 


• 309 


924 


25 


150 


34 


30 


619 


18 


11 


780 


7 


25 


34 






4. 


530 


1,288 


43 


245 


42 


117 


891 


17 


3 


1,067 


19 


26 








3 


5 2,073 


6,904 


6 


912 


58 


124 


13,589 


11 


10 


14,746 


5 


27 


36 






2 


3 3,986 


11,950 




1,796 


42 


481 


20,320 


12 


3 


22,915 


15 


28 


591 






6,05 


3 830,481 


4,140,142 


2,466 


439,846 


9,212 


21,783 


10,205,975 


5,920 


1,861 


13,488,448 


1,686 


29 


10,731 






9,6a 


3 2,692,763 


9,671,435 


14,348 


1,663,960 


15,109 


170,131 


15,932,034 


9,292 


1,240 


18,698,012 


3,000 


30 


346 


111 


81 


L 1,117 




421 


484 


854 


299 


427 


284 


254 


656 


386 


31 


488 


171 


1,24 


J 1,448 


1,889 


584 


872 




425 


702 


448 


386 


1,087 


588 


32 


584 


165 


1,29 


) 1,799 




645 


637 


1,450 


470 


1,315 


520 


343 


1,320 


608 


33 


863 


241 


1,97 


L 3,031 


3,974 


993 


1,373 


2,215 


740 


2,214 


889 


597 


2,441 


935 


34 


31 


12 


3 


337 


397 


22 


161 


123 


31 


131 


23 


33 


97 


4 


35 




10 


6 


3 405 


374 


25 




214 


37 


163 


17 


29 


150 


11 


36 


"9 


28 




L 872 


1,052 


55 


398 


354 


77 


11 1 


54 


78 


234 


10 


37 




22 


13 


J 1,10" 


1,010 


66 




611 


87 


511 


36 


63 


399 


41 


38 


30 


12 


3 


325 


388 


22 


151 


110 


31 


126 


23 


33 


95 


4 


39 




10 


5 


5 390 


335 


24 




189 


36 


153 


17 


28 


146 


10 


40 




16 


3 


54" 




33 




244 




235 


31 


45 


139 


6 


41 


60 


12 




? 717 




42 


280 


422 


51 


358 


19 


35 


253 


31 


42 




11,891 


4,71 


5 153,096 


127,948 


16,525 


50,265 


48,881 


21,266 


54,670 


8,375 


13,891 


58,538 


953 


43 


8,720 


10,858 


8,751 


3 187,05" 


110, 826 


20,18 


54,304 




27,497 


59,074 


7,128 


7,897 


83,651 


5,802 


44 


531 




43 


S 6,979 


10,890 


586 


3,760 


12,243 


1,919 


18,230 


105 


200 


7,530 




45 


812 


9,709 


1,13 


i 8,101 


9,243 


3,880 


4,588 




780 


25,604 


75 


57 


18,481 


30 


46 


6,323 




5,11 


5 154,293 


127,120 


16,108 


48,397 


56,877 


22,483 




8,358 


12,695 


63,413 


953 


47 


8,757 


18,353 


9,341 


> 185,313 


111,064 




50,431 




24,985 


76,256 


6,952 


7,260 


95,866 


4,842 


48 


5,022 




4,32 


> 135,663 


95,536 


15,289 


36,738 


44,428 


21,633 


51,320 


7,770 


11,559 


55,100 


667 


49 


5,385 


17,802 




J 152,643 


. 


20,386 


33,215 


77,328 


22,138 


50,584 


6,477 


6,039 


77,529 


2,156 


50 


1,301 


732 


79 


! 18,630 


31,584 


819 


11,659 


12,449 


850 


16,499 


588 




8,313 


286 


51 


3,372 


551 


2,62 


! 32,670 


34,501 


1,252 




22,839 


2,847 


25,672 


475 


1,221 


18,337 


2,686 


52 


1,475 


569 


1,37 


7 33,486 


47,584 


1,828 




11,705 


4. .41 


30,963" 


1,275 


920 


17,826 


212 


53 


2,671 


394 


3,141 


! 41,962 




2,987 


. 


23,480 


4,786 




859 


872 


26,702 


1,195 


54 


29 


11 


3 


) 328 


382 


20 




120 


30 


126 


22 


31 


95 


4 


55 


35 


10 


5 


394 


358 


23 




205 


37 


158 


15 


29 


139 


8 


56 




18 


4 


) 630 


731 


43 


286 


290 


59 


292 


40 


61 


186 


7 


57 




16 


9 




785 


49 


334 


500 


69 


430 


23 


47 


298 


27 


58 


455 


293 


53 


) It, 310 


18,510 


572 


7,998 


4,388 


. 


11,142 


741 


560 


9,474 


102 


59 


870 


258 


1,14. 


21,145 


17,218 


688 


6,954 


8,596 


2,217 


12,484 


374 


462 


9,765 


467 


60 


3,033 


6,910 


5,361 


215,720 


304,677 


4,062 


141,610 


53,521 


8,910 


148,496 


13,720 


9,462 


145,020 


692 


61 


13,670 


2,695 


23,22 


278,114 


279,027 


6,579 


129,320 


129,062 


27,687 


265,015 


12,290 


6,690 


105,047 


7,235 


62 


22 


3 


1 


25" 


359 


20 


120 


118 


20 


127 


14 


6 


68 


3 


63 


35 


2 


3 


283 


320 


23 


110 


197 


30 


151 


10 


13 


54 


9 


64 


39 


4 


2 


393 


658 




211 


278 


37 


261 


18 


9 


108 


4 


65 




2 




489 


668 


45 


193 


461 


46 


369 


16 


19 


88 


30 


... 


443 


LI 


18. 


3,430 


9,621 


4"4 


1,838 


3,521 


444 


5,334 


97 


60 


1,307 


37 


67 


900 


8 




5,043 


9,020 


687 


1,691 


• ,800 


689 


7,951 


144 


115 


680 


444 


68 


183 


15 


10 


1,945 


7,380 


227 


1,405 


1,912 


299 


3,807 


63 


47 


815 


14 


69 


319 


12 
9 
16 
15 
64 
37 
64,270 


16 


1,434 

333 

393 

652 

783 

2,394 

2,490 

2,759,142 

3,170,043 

89 


4,400 

384 

722 

728 

2,741 

2,339 

3,377,993 

2,897,889 

208 


220 


856 

159 

306 

325 

1,302 

1,185 

1,506,311 

37 


2,911 

1 


287 
2 


3,484 

1 

1 
14 

10,000 
9,800 

125 


80 

1 


24 


288 

29 

27 
41 
41 
141 
115 
136,277 
95,450 

91 


161 


70 

71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 

79 


i 








169 


246 




58 


4 


12 


159 






141 




flu 


2 








124 
300 
890 


329 

473 




55 

96 
360 


2 

2 


2 

14 
5 


274 

429 

5,764 


i 
2 




156 

304 

3,772 




81 
82 
S3 










2,168 


4,387 




827 


7 


88 


9,982 






8,853 




84 








ea 


. 


1,549,126 




158,744 


1,200 


600 




1,666 




3,615,146 




85 


308 










3,518,506 




732,063 


5,020 


33,579 


8,023,235 






7,070,942 




86 


29 


9 


2! 


298 


314 




110 


111 


25 


108 


19 


27 


79 


3 


87 


38 


10 


5f 


388 


341 


25 


149 


197 


33 


146 


17 


27 


138 


10 


88 


83 


17 




792 


812 


58 


195 


422 


59 


619 


50 


47 


242 


8 


89 




27 


15( 


1,334 


1,298 


107 


422 


807 


103 


180 


57 


55 


580 


69 


90 


726 


181 


1,91< 


1,107 


■ 


681 


739 


1 , 14" 


491 


556 


542 


527 


1,072 


1,038 


91 


782 


200 


1,98: 


1,167 


1,631 


716 


832 


1,290 




595 


662 


597 


1,231 


1,084 


92 


53,065 


102,371 


107,05 


154,037 


191,282 


106., 086 


74,551 




92,381 


1 




68,984 


210,343 


53,102 


93 


52,554 


53,954 


117, TT. 


144,334 


180,414 


108,852 


87,345 


142,427 


98,190 


91,004 


58,546 


90,803 


175,671 


52,738 


94 



194 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLEUNrT OPERATIONS: 





(For definitions and explanations, see text) 


Dodge 


Dooly 


Dougherty 


Douglas 


Early 


Echols 


Effingham 


Elbert 


Emanuel 






















1 

2 




1,533 
1,979 


1,256 
1,559 


534 
526 


890 
970 


1,638 
2,226 


209 
232 


806 
856 


1,525 
1,828 


1,601 
2,181 


1950... 


J 




245,679 
263,264 


218,216 
228,460 


187,795 
206,515 


73,737 
78,971 


303,164 
306,217 


63,845 
89,501 


162,295 

161, 833 


150,935 
175,578 


300,610 
337, 811 


1950... 






75,086 


104, 651 


48,495 


12,572 


110,363 


6,102 


27,305 


36,683 


88,375 


6 


1949... 


91,195 


115,476 


40,687 


17,998 


113,876 


6,606 


27,181 


47,224 


98,913 


7 




669 


1,032 


283 


565 


1,351 


98 


580 


970 


1,038 


8 


1949... 


1,587 


1,381 


316 


751 


1,907 


125 


687 


1,366 


1,796 


9 


acres 1954... 


15,581 


33,436 


9,293 


5,502 


40,124 


1,596 


12,264 


6,382 


29,400 


10 


1949... 


33 , 580 


33,082 


9,276 


8,182 


39,071 


2,191 


13,139 


11,345 


43,251 


11 


bushels 1954... 


76,025 


292,568 


98,235 


58,420 


538,074 


22,594 


198,765 


63,846 


187,782 


12 


1949... 


398,195 


530,548 


169,462 


117,962 


510,277 


23,860 


221,357 


148,711 


502,643 


13 




1,004 


924 


- 


174 


1,164 


10 


245 


983 


1,175 


U 


1949. . . 


1,445 


1,319 


204 


460 


1,527 


5 


282 


1,302 


1,592 


15 


acres 1954... 


14,768 


21,243 


2,055 


1,274 


16,045 


31 


1,854 


10,002 


19,081 


16 


1949... 


21,952 


30,577 


2,526 


3,983 


17,326 


23 


3,078 


15,711 


28,103 


17 


bales 1954... 


7,343 


14,835 


1,039 


655 


11,500 


22 


1,375 


6,657 


9,770 


18 


1949... 


6,477 


11,436 


771 


1,076 


8,772 


10 


976 


7,027 


8,832 


19 




' 


5 


7 






121 


99 


7 


807 


20 


1949... 


207 


., 


6 




1 


135 


81 




804 


2] 


acres 1954... 


605 


10 


30 






502 


290 


19 


2,469 


22 


1949... 


421 


9 


20 




2 


431 


188 




1,974 


23 


pounds 1954... 


292,372 


10,690 


19,400 






547,908 


250,821 


7,310 


1,639,980 


24 


1949... 


433,740 


7,900 


19,261 




3,000 


448,612 


189, 884 




1,782,398 


25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 
























477 
1,101 


879 
1,340 


244 

281 


8 
20 


1,298 
1,908 


2 


62 
92 


26 

17 


168 
593 


26 


1949... 




acres 1954... 


3,663 


15,079 


4,867 


8 


29,973 


28 


350 


14 


1,231 


28 


1949... 


11,037 


26,838 


7,886 


17 


44,734 




585 


28 


4,609 


29 


pounds 1954... 


1,159,844 


6,760,044 


2,959,551 


2,800 


19,091,185 


9,307 


146,075 


7,494 


377,562 


JO 


1949... 


8,061,530 


15,535,698 




8,886 


40,633,255 




366,412 


9,560 


3,266,647 


31 




826 


607 


260 


462 


928 


105 


363 


745 


835 


32 


1950... 


1,515 


1,065 


332 


655 


1,714 


151 


588 


1,180 


1,554 


J3 


number 1954 .. . 


1,568 


1,436 


626 


689 


2,186 


128 


484 


1,165 


1,436 


34 


1950... 


3,136 


2,954 


916 


1,050 


4,138 


196 


907 


2,081 


2,947 


35 
36 




171 


167 
215 


19 
13 


51 
50 


203 
309 


18 
18 


30 
24 


148 
188 


163 
331 


1950... 


37 


Subunite In multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


441 


448 


49 


125 


693 


40 


77 


474 


488 


38 


1950. . . 


742 


622 


39 


117 


1,173 


39 


58 


532 


929 


39 

4C 




167 
220 


16 

191 


18 
13 


51 


191 
268 


18 
16 


30 
23 


143 
176 


156 
301 


1950... 


..1 
42 




274 
522 


288 

431 


31 
26 


74 

73 


502 
105 


22 
23 


47 
35 


331 
356 


332 
628 


1950... 


43 

44 


Land d b 1 dlord acres 1954 


83,857 
105,625 


76,022 
97,755 


21,727 
28,058 


12,755 
11,261 


109,809 

173,292 


15,r,67 
13,152 


26,084 
21,771 


45,927 
49,964 


105,051 
159,843 


1950... 


45 




7,910 


21,201 


1,585 


1,072 


36, 576 


2,651 


2,568 


7,224 


9,445 


46 


1950. . . 


14,426 


14,812 


920 


1,352 


38,022 


5,030 


1,221 


8,438 


18,138 


47 
48 




87,296 


84,949 


22,343 


13,330 


134,750 


17,942 


25, 0&) 


50,475 


107,792 


1950... 


108,505 


100,015 


26,995 


11,204 


182,859 


17,503 


22,218 


52,636 


161,055 


49 
50 




68,983 

73,728 


66,456 
62, 522 


20, 950 
24,399 


9,730 

7,511 


107,605 
131,129 


17,061 
15,602 


23,291 
20,990 


40,658 
39,234 


89,599 
125,453 


1950... 






18,313 
34,777 


18,493 
37,493 


1,393 
2,596 


3,600 
3,693 


51,730 


881 
1,901 


1,789 
1,228 


9,817 
13,402 


18, 193 
35,602 


52 


1950. . . 






25,331 
37,915 


39,500 
48,713 


3,440 


2,810 
3,161 


49,776 
62,423 


1,030 
927 


■.,' 65 
2,289 


14,696 
16,738 


28,295 
45,093 


54 


1949. . . 


55 


Corn harvested for 
























129 


164 


19 


50 


201 


13 


29 


132 


141 


56 


1949... 


226 


212 


12 


49 


298 


11 


24 


173 


309 


57 


subunits reporting 1954... 


232 


366 


37 


97 


588 


17 


65 


310 


334 


58 


1949... 


613 


535 


28 


97 


914 


15 


44 


385 


723 


59 


acres 1954... 


6,364 


12,593 


2,055 


1,170 




476 


2,323 


2,235 


10,830 


60 


1949... 


14,399 


L4,362 


1,153 


1,503 


20,280 


207 


1,120 


3,467 


19,560 


61 


bushels 1954... 


23,027 


100,534 


22,288 


12,503 


263,873 


8,307 


40,761 


22,861 


73,395 


62 


1949... 


163,999 


220,328 


17,930 


18,496 


258,465 


2,591 


17,550 


42,566 


228,059 


63 




164 


161 


16 


35 


194 


1 


27 


148 


159 


64 


1949... 


228 


209 


9 


39 


255 


2 


17 


181 


294 


65 


subunits reporting 1954 — 


336 


346 


28 


59 


520 


1 


53 


387 


368 


66 


1949... 


559 


527 


25 


73 


794 


2 


32 


429 


658 


67 


acres 1954... 


5,241 


8,550 


384 


540 


7,791 


3 


607 


4,697 


6,682 


68 


1949... 


9,675 


12,598 


383 


860 


9,268 


12 


379 


5,911 


12,820 


69 


bales 1954... 


2,627 


5,912 


204 


292 


5,503 


2 


471 


3,205 


3,348 


70 


1949... 


3,046 


4,907 


126 


230 


4,874 


6 


128 


2,795 


4,108 


71 


Tobacco harvested multiple units reporting 1954... 


61 




3 






18 


15 




124 


72 


1949. . . 






1 




1 


15 


6 




199 


73 


subunits reporting 1954. . . 


81 










24 


28 




237 


74 


1949... 


68 




1 




1 




9 




329 


75 


acres 1954... 


225 




16 






120 


76 




793 


76 


1949. . . 


143 


3 


3 




2 


62 


21 




849 


77 


pounds 1954... 


111,800 




9,400 






109,573 


75,933 




547, 249 


78 


1949... 


163,689 


3,000 


2,000 




3,000 


61,960 


20,950 




865,340 


79 


Peanuts harvested for picking 
























99 


156 


18 


1 


201 




10 




41 


8C 


1949... 


196 


210 


12 


1 


298 




5 


1 


151 


81 


subunits reporting 1954... 


169 


319 


33 


1 


572 




12 




64 


82 


1949... 


445 


529 


31 


1 


962 




6 


1 


272 


83 


acres 1954... 


1,469 


5,753 


846 


1 


14,262 




107 




530 


84 


1949... 


4,946 


10, 808 


1,027 


1 


23,652 




87 


3 


2,264 


85 


pounds 1954. . . 


456,050 


2,664,214 


312,974 


1,000 


9,145,376 




30,810 




143,236 


86 


1949... 


3,386,249 


6,455,756 


864,200 


300 


21,352,398 




50,800 


1,500 


1,472,596 


87 


Horses and/or mules. . ..multiple units reporting 1954... 


142 


128 


16 


42 


178 


17 


23 


117 


132 


81 


1950. . . 


230 


205 


11 


48 


297 


15 


18 


163 


298 


89 


number 1954... 


428 


634 


57 


159 


966 


23 


59 


377 


500 


9C 


1950. . . 


1,170 


1,303 


75 


152 


2,084 


28 


59 


672 


1,159 


91 


Farms lot in multiple units number 1954 


1,112 
1,237 


808 
937 


485 
487 


765 
853 


945 
1,053 


169 
193 


729 
798 


1,051 
1,296 


1,113 
1,252 


92 


1950... 


9: 




158,383 


133,267 


165,452 


60,407 


168,414 


45,903 


137,215 


100,460 


192,818 


94 


1950. . . 


154,759 


128,445 


179, 520 


67,767 


123,358 


71,998 


139,615 


122,942 


176,756 



GEORGIA 



195 



CENSUSES OF 1954 AND 1950-Continued 



Z^ S 


Fannin 


Fayette 


Floyd 


Forsyte 


Fran**, 


Fulton 


Gilmer 


Glascock 


■D*. 


Gordon 


Grady 


G^ene 


Gwinnett 




609 


1,068 


850 


1,558 


1,735 


1,713 


2,127 


968 


425 


223 


1,579 


1,648 


947 


2,659 


1 


615 


1,549 


1,072 


2,159 


2,034 


2,018 


2,087 


1,245 


570 


145 


1,964 


1,899 


1,124 


3,104 


2 


83,320 


81,876 


97,615 


211,527 


115,928 


148, 161 


163,400 


112,604 


70,751 


88,820 


148,855 


244,059 


156,473 


186,052 


3 


82,046 


106,269 


113,756 


250,733 


135,169 


151,670 


158,206 


129,712 


78,644 


87,202 


197,433 


257,095 


177,893 


206,669 


4 


27,884 


8,727 


20,662 


36,969 


19,981 


37,093 


26,765 


8,441 


20,026 


1,091 


34,329 


79,607 


18,472 


32,400 


5 


29,798 


12,443 


30,942 


53,585 


32,727 


48,471 


38,364 


11,481 


25,513 


527 


52,617 


80,277 


30,098 


52,827 


6 


402 


888 


611 


753 


1,134 


1,023 


1,116 


869 


349 


78 


1,137 


1,313 


470 


1,532 


7 


511 


1,279 


863 


1,419 


1,637 


1,567 


1,328 


1,055 


490 


48 


1,545 


1,625 


800 


2,291 


8 


9,663 


4,761 


7,180 


9,165 


10,077 


8,256 


10,296 


5,513 


9,352 


284 


14,122 


41, 922 


3,991 


12,991 


9 


10,736 


7,300 


10,888 


15,119 


15,539 


13,267 


14,764 


7,855 


11,968 


249 


17,192 


34,595 


8,723 


21,835 


10 


119,174 


151,030 


80,286 


113,552 


127,858 


74,504 


135,235 


171,086 


50,707 


3,933 


266,364 


851,968 


26,408 


153,114 


11 


156,815 


209,710 


165,729 


253,147 


266,877 


201,855 


280,340 


192,913 


101,361 


2,455 


324,870 


567,321 


92,853 


323,643 


12 


342 




486 


563 


407 


1,057 


344 




338 




978 


555 


454 


611 


13 


343 


4 


773 


1,320 


1,258 


1,503 


809 


21 


479 




1,614 


405 


733 


1,569 


1- 


3,007 




5,441 


7,723 


2,387 


8,425 


2,609 




5,677 




11,057 


4,345 


3,482 


4,815 


15 


3,933 


15 


10,019 


20,374 


9,299 


15,946 


7,705 


102 


8,852 




24,261 


3,102 


7,361 


13,793 


16 


1,912 




3,031 


5,131 


1,671 


4,449 


1,667 




2,882 




9,610 


3,097 


1,444 


3,123 


17 


1,216 


7 


5,081 


5,548 


2,455 


6,842 


2,879 


16 


3,331 




11,923 


1,503 


2,952 


5,252 


18 


433 


7 




1 








7 




1 




666 






11 


446 


23 






3 






5 








738 




1 


20 


1,624 


3 




(zi 








2 




(Z) 




2,153 






21 


1,384 


7 
3,371 
6,682 




400 


(Z) 

its 






(z) 

2,345 
105 




200 




2,019 
2,555,595 
2,014,960 




(Z) 
50 


22 
23 

24 


18 




20 


13 


54 


18 


53 




65 


2 


8 


849 


15 


36 


25 


121 




6 


35 


66 


39 


37 




189 


2 


20 


1,220 


77 


71 


.'(. 


112 






14 


58 


18 






408 


2 


2 


7,953 


13 


38 


27 




3 


19 


37 


13 


25 


43 




1,053 


1 


9 


12,263 


63 


62 


28 






2,159 


2,519 


27,257 


5,689 


19,324 




113,842 


330 


968 


7,396,347 


1,652 


7,419 


29 




800 


11,003 


12,228 


11,127 


10,360 


20,042 




574,612 


225 


3,467 


9,815,210 


15,549 


20,295 


w 


;, 


563 


460 


658 


804 


918 


892 


532 


255 


78 


614 


828 


580 


1,242 


31 




931 


732 


1,255 


1,307 


1,294 


1,195 


784 


391 


80 


1,195 


1,291 


782 


1,979 


a 




694 


816 


1,223 


1,148 


1,516 


1,499 


675 


535 


112 


1,081 


1,326 


952 


1,845 


i) 




1,223 


1,320 


2,535 


2,041 


2,444 


2,102 


1,040 


882 


117 


2,552 


2,433 


1,492 




34 




18 


66 


80 


104 


165 


87 


24 


66 




146 


154 


45 


101 


35 




40 


110 


174 


133 


204 


95 


36 


87 




187 


218 


47 


178 


36 




37 


231 


229 


244 


398 


225 


53 


209 






366 


113 


235 


37 




82 


361 


469 


318 


507 


260 


80 


268 




532 


535 


109 


431 


38 




18 


63 


77 


98 


160 


83 


23 


61 




134 


149 


45 


94 


39 




40 


102 


160 


123 


196 


90 


36 


79 




170 


192 


45 


159 


40 


97 


19 


168 


152 


146 


238 


142 


30 


148 




243 


217 


68 


141 


41 


84 


42 


259 


309 


195 


311 


170 


44 


189 




362 


343 


64 


272 


42 


22,475 


2,346 


29,671 


37,738 


20,426 


32,858 


20,053 


12,218 


27,993 




40,274 


39,426 


30,723 


23,710 


43 


19,162 


6,417 


38,269 


55,913 


23,677 


39,198 


20,295 


9,178 


30,203 




56,864 


53,823 


26,494 


37,337 


44 




10 


7,756 


8,006 


371 


6,650 


3,371 


54 


4,453 




3,708 


11,049 


1,024 


499 


45 


4,626 


18 


9,727 


9,871 


1,453 


4,800 


4,495 


570 


6,626 




9,977 


6,830 


1,328 


1,481 


46 


,1 


2,356 


35,019 


43,595 


19,610 


36,348 


23,133 


11,974 


31,672 




41,492 


47,928 


27,746 




47 


19,812 


6,160 


43,822 


61,111 




39,258 


22,847 


9,475 


34,519 




56,489 


57,756 


24,170 


33,893 


48 




2,199 


29,799 


37,681 




29,182 


18,529 


11,007 


23,323 




30,187 




26,006 


16,013 


49 


16,042 


5,331 


29,899 


47,253 


14,437 


28,512 


17,368 


8,247 


20,931 




42,510 


39,050 


21,116 


22,838 


50 


3,908 


157 


5,220 


5,914 


5,095 


7,166 


4,604 


967 


8,349 




11,305 


10,221 


1,740 




51 


3,770 


829 


13,923 


13,858 


6,954 


10,746 


5,479 


1,228 


13,588 




13,979 


18,706 


3,054 


11,055 


52 


7,234 


280 


7,890 


11,560 


4,128 


10,011 


5,588 


737 


9,406 




10,647 


17,941 


2,660 


4,800 


53 


7,033 


762 


13,091 


15,752 


5,887 


13,913 


. 


945 


10,935 




16,135 


22,151 


3,711 


9,690 


54 


66 


18 


62 


69 


99 


141 




23 


66 




139 


154 


42 


100 


55 




37 


107 


155 


128 


188 


E 


33 


83 






210 


44 


172 


56 


105 


32 


173 


153 


181 


257 


154 


45 


170 




283 


290 


73 


180 


57 


93 


60 


297 


326 


255 


354 


203 


65 


222 




384 


436 


83 


337 


58 


2,871 


174 


2,605 


2,547 


1,996 


2,224 


1,986 


423 


4,585 




3,775 


9,372 


655 


1,896 


59 


2,441 


363 


4,224 


4,169 


2,684 


3,369 


2,997 


615 


5,424 




4,804 


8,993 


1,007 


3,562 


60 


37,259 


5,535 


31,489 


43,412 


27,850 


20,804 


26,766 


14,411 


24,585 




76,916 


190,670 


5,353 


25,219 


6] 


. 


13,524 


60,204 


67,824 


41,595 


52,324 


54,987 


16,743 


47,315 




95,717 


145,466 


11,954 


52,677 


62 


61 




60 


71 


53 


156 


57 




65 




137 


85 


40 


77 


63 






107 


165 


110 


187 


85 




84 




178 


74 


45 




64 






176 


172 


87 


279 


117 




165 




282 


135 


77 


128 


65 


60 




293 


348 


202 


358 


184 




217 




439 


132 


82 


289 


,.,: 






2,446 


3,383 


626 


2,550 


1,278 




2,766 




3,948 


1,211 


718 


1,377 


67 






4,428 


6,782 


1,900 


4,148 


2,633 




4,087 




7,989 


1,212 


998 


3,087 


68 


524 




1,452 


2,411 


450 


1,402 


819 




1,459 




3,684 


917 


320 


899 


69 


242 




2,232 


1,985 


570 


1,839 






1,554 




4,341 


554 


452 


i , • 


70 


68 






















93 






71 
























96 
154 
174 
565 
420 
694,898 






72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 


. I 






1 




2 






24 






411,638 
119 


1 




78 
79 


24 






2 
1 


3 


3 

2 






38 

30 




1 


179 
210 


2 

1 


'l 


80 
81 


34 






? 




3 






62 




1 


338 


3 




82 


22 






i 
J 


2'. 


2 
3 






161 
396 




1 


2,033 
4,077 


1 
2 


I 


83 

84 








100 


3,700 


628 






48,268 






1,969,975 


140 


1,484 


g5 


274 , 11 1 






2,020 




1,430 






189,843 




400 


2,872,264 


604 


1,550 


86 


44 


16 


56 


56 


78 


146 


76 


16 


55 




92 


128 


40 


86 


87 


51 


35 


104 


152 


117 


187 


90 


34 


82 




159 


203 


46 


170 


88 


72 


27 


253 


252 


166 


365 


254 


• 


264 




251 


323 


119 


243 


89 


' 




451 


581 


:■< 


571 


376 


■ 


360 




580 


631 


162 


527 


90 


443 


1,031 


619 


1,329 


1,491 


1,315 


1,892 


915 


216 


223 


1,202 


1,282 


834 


2,424 


91 




1,467 


711 


1,690 


1,716 


1,511 


1,827 


1,165 


302 


145 


1,432 


1,364 


1,015 


2,673 


92 


61,689 


79,520 


62,596 


167,932 


96,318 


111,813 


140,267 


100,630 


39,079 


88,820 


107,363 


196,131 


128,727 


L64,6I 2 


9 1 


62,234 


100,109 


69,934 


189, 622 


113,778 


112,412 


135,359 


120,237 


44,125 


87,202 


140,944 


199,339 


153,723 


172,776 


94 



196 



MULTIPLE-UNIT OPERATIONS 

County Table l.-MULTIPLE-UNrT OPERATIONS: 





(For definitions and explanations, eee text) 


Habersham 


Hall 


Hancock 


Haralson 


Harris 


Hart 


Heard 


He^v 


Houston 


1 




1,207 


2,277 


1,130 


1,129 


837 


1,857 


911 


1,507 


625 


2 


1950. . . 


1,413 


2,522 


1,317 


1,530 


1,036 


2,206 


1,053 


1,769 


905 


3 




95,oQl 


174,058 


197,729 


106,506 


143,717 


137,376 


114,544 


157,828 


169,452 




1950... 


99,709 


200,407 


210,159 


134,003 


179,126 


147,540 


128,302 


181,222 


185,428 


5 




10,605 


21,046 


32,373 


17,606 


14,599 


56,032 


18,699 


47,478 


68,528 


6 


1949... 


15,826 


32,104 


46,826 


29,841 


21,141 


65,751 


26,266 


62,521 


79,332 


7 




747 





851 


797 


506 


1,196 


702 


806 


454 


8 


1949... 


1,035 


1,759 


1,085 


1,256 


671 


1,673 


912 


1,397 


739 


9 


acres 1954... 


5,411 


10,564 


14,150 


8,761 


4,928 


8,445 


9,027 


9,193 


16,939 


ID 


1949... 


8,182 


15,593 


19,169 


13,133 


8,278 


12,260 


13,582 


18,250 


23,738 


11 


buBhels 1954... 


76,287 


135,177 


83,003 


124,291 


46,748 


85,212 


108,692 


68,257 


150,700 


12 


1949... 


130,847 


221,927 


164,931 


201,963 


108,733 


230,849 


205,490 


268,584 


436,090 


13 


Cotton harvested farms reporting 1954 . . . 


105 


384 


826 


473 


252 


1,325 


429 


930 


332 


14 


1949... 


254 


953 


1,111 


1,053 


347 


1,776 


676 


1,278 


499 


15 


acres 1954... 


459 


2,732 


9,770 


3,113 


1,819 


13,625 


3,341 


13,011 


5,563 


16 


1949... 


1,433 


7,232 


15,999 


9,587 


3,619 


23,427 


7,106 


21,237 


10,126 


17 


bales 1954... 


269 


1,637 


4,639 


1,775 


916 


7,788 


1,773 


6,354 


2,910 


18 


1949... 


432 


1,719 


7,080 


4,069 


1,232 


10,740 


1,970 


8,660 


5,219 


19 




2 

10 


3 








12 








20 


1949... 


21 


acres 1954... 


(Z) 


















22 


1949... 


3 


(Z) 








2 








23 


pounds 1954. .. 


35 


















24 


1949... 


990 










1,940 








25 


Peanuts harvested for picking or 
























1 


9 


50 


15 


52 




41 


17 


30^ 


26 


1949... 




39 


97 


67 


57 


3 


67 


30 


555 


27 


acres 1954... 


(Z) 


5 


58 


6 


37 




33 


24 


5,050 


28 


1949... 


5 


21 


114 


31 


120 


1 


56 


15 


10,100 


29 


pounds 1954... 


22 


2,018 


7,948 


2,647 


6,405 




9,391 


4,559 


2,453,178 


30 


1949... 


933 


8,068 


21,526 


9,667 


30,596 


1,200 


19,333 


8,414 


6,422,878 


31 




558 


1,033 


754 


653 


473 


' 


522 


796 


293 


32 


1950... 


819 


1,536 


976 


1,094 


660 


1,436 


761 


1,121 


543 


33 


number 1954. .. 


682 


I.-'-- - 


1,271 


989 


729 


1,595 


877 


1,613 


713 


34 


1950... 


1,121 


2,459 


1,783 


2,022 


1,117 


2,689 


1,395 


2,492 


1,467 


35 


Multiple. unit operation* number 1954 


19 


90 
109 


■JO 
123 


g 


21 
28 


203 
259 


93 


213 
229 


19 
128 


36 


1950... 


52 


109 


78 


37 


Subunlts In multiple-unit operations number 1954... 


44 


213 


242 


157 


61 


533 


213 


657 


58 


_>8 


1950. . . 


119 


259 


341 


264 


30 


709 


201 


730 


351 


39 




19 


87 


83 


68 


21 


196 


93 


206 


19 


40 


1950... 


52 


105 


115 


105 


28 


243 


72 


210 


125 


41 




25 


126 


159 


89 


40 


337 


120 


451 


39 


42 


1950... 


67 


154 


22i 


159 


52 


466 


129 


520 


226 


43 




3,028 

10,717 


24,824 
22,059 


53,185 
80,381 


19,050 
22,881 


10,623 
16,071 


35,553 
47,065 


22,772 
27,243 


59,760 
63,389 


8,624 
51,770 




1950... 


45 




198 


940 


8,205 


365 


743 


8,653 


3,486 


17,215 


7,909 


46 


1950... 


993 


1,924 


10,611 


1,199 


1,729 


9,671 


2,494 


13,890 


14,996 






3,194 


24,165 


57,471 


17,895 


10,133 


40,696 


25,882 


75,458 


16,362 


48 


1950... 


10,576 


22,109 


79,156 


22,321 


16,496 


49,962 


25,467 


71,816 


61,339 


49 




2,585 
9,127 


19,582 
16,112 


50,740 
66,224 


15,563 
15,832 


8,244 
13,503 


29,183 
35,526 


22,331 
18,115 


57,718 

50,07.: 


15,048 
51,668 


50 


1950... 


51 




609 


4,583 


6,731 


2,332 


1,839 


11,513 


3,551 


17,740 


1,314 


52 


1950... 


1,449 


3,997 


12,932 


6,489 


2,993 


14,436 


7,352 


21,740 


9,671 


53 




788 






3,503 


2,358 


18,444 
23,851 


5,205 


27,138 


7,061 


54 


1949... 


1,924 


4,890 


13,982 


6,647 


3,706 


5,588 


29,774 


28,221 


55 


Corn harvested for 
























19 


89 


87 


66 


21 


181 


90 


165