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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 



AGRICULTURE 



American Samoa 



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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



U.S. CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1959 

Final Report — Vol. I — Port 51 — Counties 



FARMS • FARM CHARACTERISTICS 
LIVESTOCK and PRODUCTS 
CROPS • FRUITS • VALUES 



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Boston Fublic Library 
Superintendent ot Documents 

JAN 1 i 1962 



DEPOSITORY 



Prepared under the supervision of 
RAY HURLEY Chief 
Agriculture Division 




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Luther H. Hodges, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Richard M. Scammon, Director (From May 1, 1961) 
Robert W. Burgess, Director (To March 3, 1961) 





BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

RICHARD M. SCAMMON, Director 



A. Ross ECKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Lowell T. Galt, Special Assistant 

Herman P. Miller, Special Assistant 
Morris H. H,vNsen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 

Julius Shiskin, Chief Economic Statistician 

Joseph F. Daly, Chief Mathematical Statistician 
Charles B. Lawrence, Jr., Assistant Director for Operations 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief International Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 
Agriculture Division — 

Ray Hurley, Chitf ^t\\l 'Sjoc 

Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chitj C5 WV <— ' "»• 

Orvin L. WiLHiTE, Assistant Cliitf Q O •I 

Field Division— *■ -» \ f 

Jefferson D. McPike, Chief "^ \ 5h^ \\ 

Ivan G. Munro, Assistant Chief , J ' 

Machine Tabulation Division — 

C. F. Van Aken, Chief W^l , \ 

Henry A. Bloom, Assistant Chief vWl * 

Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chief ^^^ ^ . 

Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, CA/e/ y-j\ ^ C"! * j 'f 

Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief X 

Construction Statistics Division — Samuel J. Dennis, Chief 
Decennial Operations Division — Glen S. Taylor, Chief 
Demographic Surveys Division — Robert B. Pearl, Chief 
Economic Operations Division — Marion D. Bingham, Chief 
Electronic Systems Division — Robert F. Drury, Chief 
Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 
Geography Division — William T. Fay, Chief 
Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 
Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, Chief 
Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chief 
Personnel Division — James P. Taff, Chief 
Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 
Statistical Methods Division — Joseph Steinberg, Chief 
Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 
Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 
Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 



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PREFACE 



The I960 Census of Agriculture for American Samoa was authorized by an Act of 
Con^^ss (Title 13, U. S. Code-Census, codified August 1954 and amended in August 1957). 
Section 191 of Title 13 provided that the Census shall include eadi State, the Virgin 
Islands, Guam, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and other possessions and areas over 
which the United States exercises jurisdiction, control, or sovereignty. Section 191 further 
provided that the census data for American Samoa may be collected by the Governor, or 
hi^est ranking Federal official, in accordance with plans prescribed or approved by the 
Director of the U. S. Bureau of the Census. 

In accordance with the provisions of Title 13, collection of the data for the i960 Census 
of Agriculture in American Samoa was directed and supervised by the Governor of American 
Samoa. The actual collection of data was carried out by census enumerators supervised by 
Falefatu Utu under the direction of the Governor. The planning of the Census and the 
compilation of the statistics were supervised hy Ray Hurley, Chief of the Agriculture 
Division, assisted by Joseph Correll and Helen Teir. 



November 1961 

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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 
FINAL REPORTS 

Volume I — Counties — A separate part for each State. Statistics on number of farms; farm characteristics; acreage in farms; cropland 
and other uses of land; land-use practices; irrigation; farm facilities and equipment; farm labor; farm expenditures; use of commercial 
fertilizer; number and kind of livestock; acres and production of crops; value of farm products; characteristics of commercial farms, farms 
classified by tenure, by size, type, and economic class; and comparative data from the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

Volume I is published in 54 parts as follows: 



Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 




New England States: 




West North Central — Continued 




Mountain: 


1 


Maine. 


19 


South Dakota. 


38 


Montana. 


2 


New Hampshire. 


20 


Nebraska. 


39 


Idaho. 


3 


Vermont. 


21 


Kansas. 


40 


Wyoming. 


4 


Massachusetts. 




South Atlantic: 


41 


Colorado. 


5 


Rhode Island. 


22 


Delaware. 


42 


New Mexico. 


6 


Connecticut. 


23 


Maryland. 


43 


Arizona. 




Middle Atlantic States: 


24 


Virginia. 


44 


Utah. 


7 


New York. 


25 


West Virginia. 


45 


Nevada. 


8 


New Jersey. 


26 


North CaroUna. 




Pacific: 


9 


Pennsylvania. 


27 


South Carolina. 


46 


Washington. 




East North Central: 


28 


Georgia. 


47 


Oregon. 


10 


Ohio. 


29 


Florida. 


48 


California. 


11 


Indiana. 




East South Central: 


49 


Alaska. 


12 


Illinois. 


30 


Kentucky. 


50 


Hawaii 


13 


Michigan. 


31 


Tennessee. 




Other Areas: 


14 


Wisconsin. 


32 


Alabama. 


51 


American Samoa. 




West North Central: 


33 


Mississippi. 


52 


Guam. 


15 


Minnesota. 




West South Central: 


53 


Puerto Rico. 


16 


Iowa. 


34 


Arkansas. 


54 


Virgin Islands. 


17 


Missouri. 


35 


Louisiana. 






18 


North Dakota. 


36 
37 


Oklahoma. 
Texas. 







Volume II — General Report. — Statistics by Subjects, United States Census of Agriculture, 1959. Summary data and analyses of the 
data by States, for geographic divisions, and for the United States, by subjects, as illustrated by the chapter titles listed below: 



Chapter 


Title 


Chapter 


Title 


I 


Farms and Land in Farms. 


VII 


Field Crops and Vegetables. 


II 


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


VIII 


Fruits and Nuts, Horticultural Specialties, Forest Prod- 


III 


Farm Facilities, Farm Equipment. 




ucts. 


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 — Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. Western States 
(Dry Areas) — Data by States for drainage basins and a summary 
for the area, including number and types of irrigation organiza- 
tions, source of water, expenditures for works and equipment since 
1950, water used and acres served for irrigation purposes. 

Volume IV — Drainage of Agricultural Lands. Data by States on 
land in drainage organizations, number and types of organizations, 
cost of drainage and drainage works. 



Volume V — Special Reports, Part 1. — Horticultural Specialties. 

Statistics by States and a summary for the United States present- 
ing number and kinds of operations; gross receipts and/or gross 
sales; sales of nursery products, flower seed, vegetables grown 
under glass, and propagated mushrooms; number of container- 
grown plants; inventory products; sales of bulb crops; employ- 
ment; structures and equipment. 

Titles of additional parts of this volume are not available as 
this report goes to press. 



IV 



AMERICAN SAMOA 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

THE 1960 CENSUS OF AGRICUHURE p^ 

History of the Censiis IX 

Legal basis for the Census IX 

Enumeration personnel H 

Enumeration period IX 

CENSUS FORMS AND PROCEDURES 

The agriculture questionnaire IX 

Enumeration districts IX 

Processing operations IX 

Presentation of statistics X 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

General farm information X 

Census definition of a farm X 

Farm operator X 

Farms reporting X 

Land in farms X 

Crops harvested X 

Livestock and poultry XI 

Classification of farms XI 

Farms by size XI 

Farms by tenure of operator XI 

STATISTICS FOR DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 
Table— 

1 Population and number of farms, 1930 to 1960; land area and land in farms, by districts and counties: 

Censuses of 1960 and 1950 3 

2. — Livestock and poultry on farms , by kind : Censuses of 1930 to 1960 3 

3. — Tree crops — number of trees or plants : Censuses of 1930 to 1960 3 

4, Farms and farm acreage by size of farm, by districts and counties : Censuses of 1960 and 1950 ^ 

5 Farms and farm acreage ty tenure of operator, by districts and counties: Censuses of 1960 and 1950 5 

6 Livestock and poultry on farms, April 1, by districts and counties: Censuses of 1960 and 1950 6 

7 Field crops and vegetables — farms reporting, acreage, and quantity harvested, by districts and counties, 1959 and 1949. 7 

8 Tree crops — farms reporting, number of trees or plants, and quantity harvested, by districts and counties: 

Censuses of 1960 and 1950 8 

9 Farms and farm characteristics, by size of farm: Census of 1960 11 

10 Farms and farm characteristics , by tenure of operator : Census of 1960 13 

APPENDIX 

The 1960 Census of Agriculture Questionnaire 15 

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INTRODUCTION 

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INTRODUCTION 

THE 1960 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE 



History of the Census. — The I960 Census of Agriculture is 
the fifth United States agricultural census of Air eri car Samoa, 
The first such census was taken in 1920, in conjunction with 
the Census of Population. Since 1920, a census of sigri culture 
has been taken in American Samoa every 10 years, at the same 
time as the population census. 

Legal Basis for the Census.— The 1960 Census of Agriculture 
was authorized by an Act of Congress, as were the prior cen- 
suses of American Samoa. 'Title 13, United States Code-Cen- 
sus,* codified in August 1954, and amended in August 1957 and 
September i960, is now the legal basis for the censusof agricul- 
ture as well as for all other censuses and surveys conducted by 
the Bureau of the Census. Section 191 of Title 13 specifically 
provides that the censuses "shall include each State. . . . and as 
may be determined by the Secretary (of Commerce), such other 
possessions and areas over which the United States exercises 
jurisdiction, control, or sovereignty.* Section 191 further pro- 
vides that the census data for these areas may be collected b>' 
the Governor or highest ranking Federal official in accordance 
with plans prescribed or approved by the Director of the Bureau 
of the Census (acting for the Secretary of Commerce). Pursuant 
to this provision, collection of data for the 1960 Census of Agri- 
culture was directed and supervised by the Governor of American 
Samoa according to procedures prescribed by the Bureau of the 
Census. 

Enumeration Personnel.— In the 1960 Census of Apiculture, 
for the first time, the enumeration was done by agricultural ex- 
tension agents on the staff of the Government of American 
Samoa. They, and their supervisor, received special training for 
the census in accordance with instructions prepared b^' the 
Bureau of the Census. 

Enumeration Period, — The enumeration for the Census of Agri- 
culture began on April 1, 1960. Most of the enumeration was 
completed within two weeks thereafter. 

Data for inventory items^land in farms, fruit and nut trees, 
livestock, and poultry — represent the situation existing on or 
about April 1, 1960. Data for area harvested and for quantities 
of crops harvested relate to the crop year 1959. 

CENSUS FORMS AND PROCEDURES 

The Agriculture Questionnaire. — The questionnaire for the 
1960 Census of Agriculture was prepared by the staff of the 
Census Buretiu in cooperation with the Governor of American 
Samoa. It contained a total of 38 inquiries, as compared with 31 
on the questionnaire for the 1950 Census. Selection of the in- 
quiries was based on current needs for agricultural information 
as well as on experience gained in earlier censuses. 

The 1960 questionnaire contained more detailed questions 
about land tenure than had been asked in any previous census 
in American Samoa. Specifically, each operator was asked to 
give separate figures for the amount of land he owned, land he 
rented from others, and land he rented to others, regardless of 
where the land was located. To assure as nearly exact a meas- 



urement of land area as possible, the questionnaire contained 
provision for the area to be reported either in square feet or in 
acres. This provision facilitated the reporting of plots or par- 
cels of land that amounted to small fractions of an acre. Enu- 
merators were instructed to pace off plots or tracts of land, 
themselves, whenever necessary to help an operator arrive at a 
vaJid estimate of the area of theland under his control. Also, to 
minimize the likelihood that scattered plots of land mi^t be 
overlooked, each operator was asked to report the number of 
"separate tracts or pieces of land, or plantations" that com- 
prised the total area of the place he operated. 

In the sections for crops, the 1960 questionnaire contained 
separate inquiries for 7 field crops and vegetables and for 14 
kinds of fruits, nuts, and tree crops as compared with 6 and 12, 
respectively, on the 1950 questionnaire. Both questionnaires 
contained provision for reports of additional crops that were not 
specified by individual inquiries. 

The questions on livestock and poultry were essentially the 
same in 1960 as in 195a The chief difference is that the I960 
questionnaire omitted specific inquiries for carabaos, sheep, and 
goats. Space for reporting them was provided in a question 
about "other livestock." 

Eiiumeration Districts. — For purposes of enumeration, Ame> 
ican Samoa was divided into 27 Enumeration Districts, or 
"ED's." The ED's were clearly outlined on special maps pre- 
pared for the census. Each enumerator was required to canvass 
the entire area within his assigned ED's, and to indicate his 
route of travel on the map. Thi^ procedure was desired to 
assure complete enumeration coverage of all land and dwellings 
in American Samoa, 

Processing Operations. — After the completion of enumeration, 
all Eigriculture questionnaires were sent to the Agriculture Oper- 
ations Office in Peirsons, Kansas. There, all questionnaires 
were individually edited and coded prior to tabulation of the 
data. In the editing process, questionnaires that did not repre- 
sent farms according to the Census definition were withdrawn 
from further processing. (See below, "Census definition of a 
farm.") The remaining questionnaires were then examined for 
completeness and consistency. ISrrors in calculations and in 
units of measure, inconsistencies, and misplaced entries were 
corrected. Incomplete reports were adjusted on the basis of re- 
lated information on the same questionnaire or on questionnaires 
for nearby farms of similar size. In the coding process, nume> 
ical codes were entered on all questionnaires to classify farms 
by size, in terms of total area, and by tenure of operator. As 
necessary for tabulation purposes, numerical codes were also 
assigned to individual items to assure their inclusion in the 
appropriate farm product totals. 

AftCT' the questionnaires had been edited and coded, the infor- 
mation on them was transferred to tabulation sheets. Subjectr 
matter specialists of the Bureau of the Census examined the 
tabulations for reasonableness and consistency. As necessary, 
they made corrections on the basis of a further reappraisal of the 
original reports before approving the data for publication. 



CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1960 



Presentation of Statistics. — This report contains data as com- 
piled from the questionnaires used for the i960 Census of Agri- 
culture in American Samoa, Totals are ^ven for American 
Samoa, as a whole, and also for each district and county. Com- 
parable figures are given for preceding census years for those 
items for which information is available. 

DEFTNITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Tlie definitions and explanations that follow refer specifically 
to the I960 Census of Agriculture in American Samoa. Most of 
the definitions consist of a resume of the questionnaire wording, 
supplemented by excerpts from instructions given to enumera- 
tors. For exact wording of the questions and of the instructions 
included on the questionnaire, see the facsimile of the I960 
agriculture questionnaire in the appendix of this report. 

GENERAL FARM INFORMATION 

Census Definition of a Farm. — A farm is defined as tmy 
"place" on which crops were harvested in 1959, or on which any 
livestock or five or more poultry were kept on or about April 1, 
1960. The term "place* designates all land that was operated 
under the control or supervision of one person. The 1960 defini- 
tion is entirely comparable with the definition of a farm as used 
for the 1950 and 1940 Censuses of Agriculture in American 
Samoa, 

To avoid biases that might arise from varying interpretations 
of the definition, the Census Bureau did not give enumerators 
the definition of a farm in either the I960 or the 1950 Censuses. 
In the 1960 Census, enumerators were instructed to obtain an 
agriculture questionnaire for each Matai who had title to land or 
claimed ownership of land; for each person who was not a Matai 
but who had charge of raising crops in 1959, or of keeping live- 
stock or poultry on privately owned land on April 1, 1960; and 
for each agricultural experiment station, school, church, or other 
institution that had land on which crops were raised in 1959, or 
on which livestock or poultry were kept on April 1, 1960. The 
determination as to which questionnaires represented farms was 
made during the processing operations. The relatively few 
questionnaires that did not represent farms were excluded from 
the tabulations. 

In the 1950 Census, enumerators were instructed to find out 
whether any member of a household raised crops in 1949, or kept 
livestock or poultry on April 1, 1950, and, if so, to fill a ques- 
tionnaire for the person in charge of the a^cultural operations. 
In the 1940 Census, enumerators were .iven the definition of a 
farm and instructed to fill a nuestionnaire for each farm. In the 
1930 Census, two Questionnaires were used, one for croDS and 
the other for livestock. Anv olace on which croos were raised 
was counted as a farm. Places on which onlv livestock or douI- 
try were keot were counted as "nonfarm olaces.* In this renort, 
the data for farms and nonfarm olaces are combined. Hence, the 
livestock fieures for 1930 are comparable with those for the later 
vears. 

Farm Ooerator. — The term " farm ooerator" desi enates a oerson 
who ooerates a farm, either doine the work himself or directlv 
supervising the work. He mav be the owner, a member of the 
owner's household, a tenant or renter, or the manaeer or super- 
intendent of an institutional farm. For Matai lands, the Matai was 
aJwavs considered as the ooerator of land used for the benefit of 
the extended familv fToup (alga"). An individual member of the 
familv aroup who raised crops or kept livestock or poultry for his 
own account on land assiened him bv the Matai was considered 
as the operator of the land so assiened. Bv definition the num- 
ber of farm operators is the same as the number of farms. 



Farms Reporting. — Fieures for farms reportine represent the 
number of farms for which the specified item was reported. For 
example, if there were 150 farms in a county and only 130 of 
them reported chickens on hand, the number of farms reoortine 
chickens would be 130. The difference between the total num- 
ber of farms and the number of farms reportine a particular item 
represents the number of farms not havine that item, provided a 
correct report was received for all farms. 

Land in Farms. — The land to be included in each farm was 
determined from the reports for land owned, land rented from 
others, and land rented to others. 

Land Owned includes all land which the operator held by 
legal ownership title, and also land which he claimed to own, 
without title. 

Land Raited From Others includes all land used by the 
operator, other than land he owned, whether or not any rent 
was paid to the owner. 

Land Rented to Others includes all land that the operator 
assigned to others for their own operations, whether or not he 
received any rental payment for it. 

The figures for land owned and land rented from others were 
first added together and then the figure for land rented to others 
was subtracted. The result represents the amount of land in the 
farm. The data as originallv reported for each farm were in terms 
of acres or of scaiare feet. In this report, all area figures are 
given in terms of acres (43,560 square feet equal one acre). 

In the 1950 Census, land in farms was based solely on the 
reported number of acres "in the property." The term "property" 
was used to designate all land operated under the control or 
supervision of one person but detailed specifications were not 
siven on the questionnaire. The data for land in farms in 1950 
are, nevertheless, believed comparable with those for i960. 
Data for land in farms were not obtained in censuses prior to 
1950. 

Crops Harvested. — For field crops and vegetables, including 
pineapples, enumerators were instructed to record the area har- 
vested in 1959 in terms of square feet, whenever pxjssible. In 
the event that an operator was unable to report the number of 
square feet, the enumerator was instructed to pace off two sides 
of the plot or tract of land used for each individual crop as 
a basis for estimating the area. Crops or tracts for which the 
square feet of area could not be determined were recorded in 
terms of the number of plants or hills harvested. These reports 
were converted to square feet or acres during the processing 
operations on the basis of information for other farms of similar 
size and crop production. In cases where two or more crops 
were harvested from the same land in 1959, the entire area was 
to be reported for each crop. The quantity of each field crop 
and vegetable harvested was recorded in number of roots (or 
fruits) or in number of plants, as applicable to the individual 
crop. A hurricane which struck oarts of Manua District earlv in 
1959 caused considerable damage to some crops. The taro crop, 
particularly, was drastically reduced as reflected in the data 
rep»rt«d for area and quantity harvested in 1959 compared with 
the area harvested in 1949. 

For frui ts, nuts, and other tree crops, data were obtained for 
the total number of bearing and nonbearing trees and plants on 
the place at the time of enumeration and for the number planted 
since January 1, 1955. For bananas, the number of liills or 
clumps was reported rather than the number of individual plants. 
No attempt was made to determine the amount of land area in 
tree crops. The quemtity harvested was recorded either in 
pounds or in number of fruits or nuts. For this report, data in 



INTRODUCTION 



XI 



terms of number were converted to pounds during the processing 
operations on the basis of average weights supplied by enumer- 
ators. 

This report contains comparable data for earlier census years 
for acreages or numbers of trees or plants for most of the crops 
included in the enumeration. For quantities harvested, however, 
the data obtained in censuses prior to 1960 were so incomplete 
that they are not published. The data for quantity harvested for 
1960 are subject to coisiderable error because of the difficulty 
of obtaining accurate reports from many farm operators. 

Livestodc and Poultry. — Data for livestock and poultry on 
farms represent the number on hand at the time of enumeration. 
For Matai lands, all livestock and poultry owned by the Matai 
and the extended family group were to be reported. For privately 
operated lands, all livestock and poultry that were on each place 
at the time of enumeration were to be reported, regardless of 
ownership. Enumerators were instructed to verify reported data 
by making an actual count, whenever possible. 



CLASSIFICATION OF FARMS 

Farms by Size. — Farms were classified by size on the basis 
of the total land area established for each farm. According to 
tlie Census^ definition, a farm is essentially an operating unit, 
not an ownership tract. In the case of tenants, the land as- 
signed to each tenant is considered a separate farm, even though 
the landlord may regard his entire landholding as one unit rather 
than as several separate units. Likewise, land assigned by a 
Matai to an individual member of the family group for his own 
use is considered a separate farm. 



Farms by Tenure of Operator. — Farms were classified by ten- 
ure of operator on the basis of data reported for land owned, land 
rented from others, and land rented to others. During the proc- 
essing operations, each questionnaire was coded to indicate 
whether the farm operator was a full owner, a part owner, or a 
tenant. These three classifications are described below. 

Full Owners operate only land they own. In the case of 
Matai lands, the operator was classified as a full owner if the 
Matai held title or claimed ownership of all land used by 
members of the family group, whether for individual or aroup 
benefit. 

Part Owners operate land they own and also land they rent 
from others. If a Matai held title or claimed ownership of 
only part of the land used by members of the family group, the 
operator was classified as a part owner, whether or not any 
rent was paid for the additional land. 

Tenants op)erate only land they rent from others. If a Matai 
did not hold title or claim ownership of any of the land used 
by members of the family group, the operator was classified 
as a tenant, whether or not any rent was paid for the land. 



The questionnaire for the 1950 Census did not include any 
tenure questions compiarable to those asked in I960. Operators 
were classified either as owners or tenants solely on the basis 
of names recorded on the questionnaires in answer to inquiries 
as to who was the operator and who was the owner. The oper- 
ator was classified as an owner if only the question about oper- 
ator contained an entry. He was classified as a tenant if the 
question about owner also contained an entry indicatins that 
some other person owned the land he operated. No attempt was 
made to distinguish between full owners and part owners. In 
this report, therefore, the figures given for owners and tenants 
in 1950 are not strictly comoarable with those given for full and 
part o\vners and for tenants, respectively, in I960. 



STATISTICS FOR DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

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AMERICAN SAMOA 3 

Table 1. -POPULATION AND NUMBER OF FARMS, 1930 TO 1960; LAND AREA AND LAND IN FARMS, BY DISTRICTS 

AND COUNTIES: CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950 



District and county 



American Sanoa , total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fltiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutulla, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uauputasi County 

Saole County ' 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutulla, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaslna County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 



Total population, number 



20,051 

2,801 
3-15 
596 
605 
429 
826 

11,137 
1,887 
5,3«) 
1,105 
1,500 
1,305 

6,113 
2,393 
571 
1,008 
2,141 



18,937 

2,983 
368 
559 
576 
545 
935 

10,624 
1,796 
5,467 
844 
1,325 
1,192 

5,330 

2,201 

447 

344 

1,838 



12,908 

2,744 
340 
494 
500 
509 
901 

6,733 

1,012 

3,361 

678 

881 

801 

3,431 

1,625 

335 

527 

944 



10,055 

2,246 
279 
402 
466 
438 
661 

5,032 
750 

2,559 
471 
622 
630 

2,777 

1,256 

272 

437 

812 



Approximate 
land area, 1960 



Square 
miles 



I76.O 

23.0 
1.8 
7.3 
2.9 
2.0 
9.0 

25.0 
6.2 
5.7 
2.4 
6.9 
3.8 

28.0 

10.4 

5.6 

3.4 

8.6 



48,640 

14,720 
1,152 
4,672 
1,856 
1,280 
5,760 

16,000 
3,968 
3,648 
1,536 
4,416 
2,432 

17,920 
6,656 
3,584 
2,176 
5,504 



Number of farms 



2,135 

306 
34 
83 
53 
57 
79 

1,124 
255 
485 
123 
151 
UO 

705 
292 
88 
98 
227 



1950 1940 



284 
34 
56 
58 
65 
71 

706 
139 
295 

78 
115 

79 

500 
218 
39 
93 
150 



256 

31 
54 
42 
49 
80 

478 
62 

235 
52 
63 
66 

304 
140 
25 
45 
94 



232 
32 

43 
48 



328 
54 

131 
37 
60 
46 

255 
125 
27 
34 
69 



Land In faims, acres 



11,521 

1,695 
113 
204 
441 
27 
910 

4,922 

1,955 

1,530 

406 

631 

400 

4,9CH 

2,387 

555 

772 

1,190 



14,830 

4,599 
975 
702 
245 
355 

2,322 

4,712 

1,419 

1,370 

484 

830 

609 

5,519 
2,289 
1,054 
836 
1,340 



Average per farm 



5.4 

5.5 
3.3 
2.5 
8.3 
0.5 
11.5 

4.4 
7.7 
3.2 
3.3 
4.2 
3.6 

7.0 
8.2 
6.3 
7.9 
5.2 



10.0 

16.2 
28.7 
12.5 
4.2 
5.5 
32.7 

6.7 
10.2 
4.6 
6.2 

7.2 
7.7 

U.O 
10.5 
27.0 
9.0 
8.9 



^Areaa of Bartlett, Goat, Nuu, Nuu Sllaelae, Pola, Rose, Sand, and Taputapu Islands not loBasured. 



Table 2.-LIVEST0CK AND POULTRY ON FARMS, 
BY KIND: CENSUSES OF 1930 TO 1960 



Table 3.-TREE CROPS-NUMBER OF TREES OR 
PLANTS: CENSUSES OF 1930 TO 1960 



Item 

(For definitions and 

explanations, see text) 


Number 


1960 


1950 


1940 


'1930 


Cattle and calves 

Milk cows 


190 
52 

138 
11,378 

116 
35,186 

558 


233 

75 

158 

9,080 

170 

28,011 

189 


272 

26 

246 

8,641 

121 

22,908 

332 


606 


Other cattle and cal,.;s... 

Hogs and pigs 

Horses , mules , and colts 

Chickens 

Ducks 


NA 

5,170 

215 

16,108 

667 



NA Not available. 

^Includes famiG and nonfarm places. 



Item 

(For definitions and 

explanations, see tert) 



Avocados.. . 
Bananas . • . . 
Breadfruit. 

Cacao 

Citrcaia. . . . 

Coconuts.. 

Coffee 

Grapefruit, 
Lemons . . . . . 

Limes 

Uangoes . . . < 
Oranges... , 
Papayas . . . . 



Number of trees or plants 



1,284 

'970,233 

155,303 

115,654 

3,529 

402,512 

1,523 

721 

4,098 

2,977 

2,585 

3,744 

37,285 



1950 



924 

NA 

637,408 

3,172 

NA 

NA 

55 

78 

2,336 

2,304 

2,152 

5,173 

47,843 



1940 



1,275 

^459, 000 

^46,000 

1,515 

560 

'245,000 
211 
203 
709 

2,383 

3,203 

4,699 

37,488 



NA Not available. 

'Hills. 

'Estimated; data incomplete. 



918 

262,590 

25,230 

NA 

72 

'275,000 
NA 
NA 
259 

279 

1,615 

2,080 

18,494 



DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

Table 4.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE BY SIZE OF FARM, BY DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES: 

CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950 



District and coxinty 



Size of farm 



Under 3 acres 



3 to 9 acres 



10 to 19 acres 



20 to -49 acres 



50 to 99 acres 



100 acres and over 



Number of farms 



Ajnerican Samoa, total 

KfanuB District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu County 

Oloaega County 

Tau County and Swaina Island. 

Tutulla, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

\feuputasl County 

Saole Comity 

Sua County 

Valfanua CcFunty 

Tutuila, Western District 

LealatBua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 

American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island, 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County : 

Tau County and Swains Island.. 

Tutulla, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uauputas 1 County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valfanua County 

Tutulla, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



2,135 

306 
3i 
83 
53 
57 
79 

1,12-; 
255 
i85 
123 

151 
110 

705 
292 
68 
98 
227 



2ai. 


132 


3i 


7 


56 


50 


58 




65 


57 


71 


18 


706 


479 


139 


69 


295 


316 


78 


48 


115 


19 


79 


27 


500 


242 


218 


52 


39 


33 


93 


46 


150 


111 



316 

15 

1 
9 
5 



214 

30 

148 

9 

21 

6 

87 
53 
2 

18 

14 



149 
27 
33 

38 



574 
146 
141 

73 
131 

83 

320 

158 

38 

33 

91 



130 

2 

20 

48 

55 

5 

350 
64 

109 
59 
69 
49 

281 

100 

17 

53 

111 



174 
24 



6 

27 

1 

5 

25 

102 
23 



Land Iji farms , acres 



M,830 



1,695 


4,599 


113 


975 


204 


702 


441 


245 


27 


355 


910 


2,322 


4,922 


4,712 


1,955 


1,419 


1,530 


1,370 


406 


484 


631 


830 


400 


609 


4,904 


5,519 


2,387 


2,289 


555 


1,054 


772 


836 


1,190 


1,340 



142 
15 
74 

27 
26 

796 
123 
475 
92 
45 
61 

ue 

96 

54 

91 

207 



477 

28 

2 
17 
9 



303 
53 

194 
18 
28 
10 

146 
84 
3 
34 
25 



5,017 

732 
98 
130 
260 

244 

2,641 
789 
654 
234 
575 
339 

1,644 
893 
187 

152 
412 



3,959 

712 
14 
149 
218 
292 
39 

1,847 
316 
556 
298 
370 
307 

1,400 
478 
105 
264 
553 



2,131 
299 

181 

118 

629 

335 

273 

10 



1,203 
731 
107 
120 
245 



859 
91 

330 
10 
54 

374 

1,270 
299 
342 
106 
231 
292 

890 
482 
40 
106 
262 



388 

240 

128 

20 



981 
463 
207 
231 
80 



1,929 
817 

221 



891 

1,067 

576 

228 

62 

201 



1,247 
685 
210 

312 
40 



392 
104 



178 
110 



848 
53 



225 
175 
50 



670 

60 

490 

120 



1,158 
522 



400 
400 



236 
100 



1,389 
223 



1,166 
500 
206 



AMERICAN SAMOA 

Table 5.-FARMS AND FARM ACREAGE BY TENURE OF OPERATOR, BY DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES- 
CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950 



District and county 



imerlcan Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fitluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Vaif anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua Ccxinty 

Leaslna County 

Tufllatai County 

Tualauta County 



Ajserican Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaslna County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 



Tenure of operator 



Total owners 



Full owners 
1960 



Part owners 
1960 



Number of fanna 



2,135 

306 
34 
83 
53 
57 
79 

l,12i 
255 
485 
123 
151 
110 

705 
292 
88 
98 
227 



11,521 

1,695 
113 
204 
441 
27 
910 

4,922 

1,955 

1,530 

406 

631 

400 

4,904 

2,387 

555 

772 
1,190 



1,490 

284 
34 
56 
58 
65 
71 

706 
139 
295 

78 
115 

79 

500 
218 
39 
93 
150 



14,830 

4,599 
975 
702 
245 
355 

2,322 

4,712 

1,419 

1,370 

484 

830 

609 

5,519 
2,289 

1,054 
836 

1,340 



1,819 

306 
34 
83 
53 
57 
79 

958 
222 
352 
123 
151 
110 

555 

217 

66 

64 

208 



173 
19 
54 
19 
27 
54 

454 
117 
108 

57 
114 

58 

235 
101 
30 
42 
62 



1,711 

268 
32 
83 
38 
57 
58 

943 
212 
347 
123 
151 
110 

500 
185 
46 
62 
207 



Land in farms, acres 



10,412 

1,695 
113 
204 
441 
27 
910 

4,443 

1,832 

1,174 

406 

631 

400 

4,274 

2,021 

511 

630 

1,112 



10,366 

3,292 
551 
689 

67 

155 

1,810 

3,488 
1,170 
616 
379 
827 
496 

3,586 

1,644 
890 
493 
559 



9,660 

1,409 
107 
204 
299 

27 
772 

4,379 

1,787 

1,155 

406 

631 

400 

3,872 

1,757 

402 

605 

1,108 



286 
6 

142 

138 

64 

45 
19 



402 

264 

109 

25 

4 



166 
33 

133 



150 
75 
22 
34 

19 



479 
123 
356 



630 
366 



142 
78 



111 
15 
2 
39 
38 
17 

252 
22 

187 

21 

1 

21 

265 

117 

9 

51 

88 



4,464 

1,307 
424 
13 
158 
200 
512 

1,224 
249 

754 

105 

3 

113 

1,933 
645 
164 

343 
781 



DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

Table 6.-LIVEST0CK AND POULTRY ON FARMS, APRIL 1, BY DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES: 

CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950 



District and counly 



Cattle and calves 



Farms reporting 



19S0 



1950 



Farms reporting 



Other cattle and calves 



Farms reporting 



American Samsa, total. . . . 

Manue District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Of u County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutxiila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Hauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



190 
3 



167 



12 

121 



226 
60 



7 
159 



138 
2 



133 
22 



2 
109 



156 

55 



7 
94 



Hogs and pigs 



Horses, mules, and colts 



District and county 



FaiTos reporting 



Farms reporting 



American Samoa, total 

Uanua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu Cotinty 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uai^utasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valfanua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



276 
34 
79 
51 
47 
65 

883 
189 
346 
105 
146 
97 

598 

208 

87 

91 

212 



275 
33 
52 

57 
65 
68 

520 
106 
166 

7* 
103 

71 

406 
165 
38 
73 
130 



11,378 

2,423 
278 
675 
723 
186 
561 

4,462 
817 

1,292 
655 

1,135 
563 

4,493 

1,186 
771 
714 

1,822 



9,080 

2,260 
294 
398 
199 
265 

1,104 

3,531 
794 
664 
597 
792 
634 

3,289 

1,127 

326 

600 

1,236 



116 

1 



17 
90 



170 
3 

3 
21 

21 



U6 

U 



25 
102 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



Farms reporting 



American Samoa, iotal 

Msnua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valfanua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



1,915 

297 
34 
79 
53 
56 
75 

950 
215 
374 
110 
150 
101 

668 

264 

88 

96 

220 



1,337 

278 
34 
54 
58 
64 
68 

607 
113 
236 

75 
108 

75 

452 
195 
39 
90 
123 



35,186 

6,573 
718 

1,615 

1,425 
569 

2,246 

14,753 
3,862 
4,393 

1,775 
3,180 
1,538 

13,860 
5,097 
1,532 
2,437 
4,794 



28,011 

5,061 
671 

1,094 
500 
775 

2,021 

11,766 
3,206 
3,538 
1,565 
1,954 
1,503 

U,184 
4,810 
592 
2,606 
3,176 



558 
46 



203 
51 
98 
18 
36 



309 

254 

1 

3 

51 



189 
6 



51 
40 



132 
65 
2 
22 
43 



AMERICAN SAMOA 

Table 7.-FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES-FARMS REPORTING, ACREAGE, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED. BY 

DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES. 1959 AND 1949 



District and county 



Faims reporting 



Acres harvested 



Mumber of 

roots 

harvested 

1959 



reporting 
1959 



Acres 

harvested 

1959 



Number of 
roots 

harvested 
1959 



Faniis 

reporting 

1959 



Acres 

harvested 

1959 



Huinber of 
roots 

harvested 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fltluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaslna County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 



170 
7A 



(2) 
6 

1 

2 

(Z) 

17 
1 

11 
5 



5 

(Z) 



(Z) 



(Z) 



(Z) 



26,899 

2,030 



2,030 



K,327 
3,503 
6,782 
l.ill 
2,271 
360 

10,5i2 
2,482 

5,187 
2,873 



123 

U, 



1 

(Z) 



(z) 



1 

(z) 



(z) 
(z) 



(Z) 



22,609 
8,615 



8,615 



8,037 

8,005 

32 



5,957 
5,468 



212 
12 
71 
48 
53 
28 

582 
222 
228 
20 
61 
51 

303 
240 



1 
(Z) 
(Z) 

1 
C2) 
(Z) 

43 
11 
22 

3 
3 
4 

9 
3 



257,070 

15,128 

181 

5,384 

6,638 

2,438 

487 

191,421 
97,450 
65,445 
4,312 
8,267 
15,947 

50,521 
37,982 



12,539 



Pineapples 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



Acres 

harvested 

1959 



Number of fruits 
harvested 



Sugarcane for thatching 



Farms reporting 



Acres harvested 



Number of 

plants 

harvested 

1959 



Sweetpotatoes 



Farms reporting 



Acres harvested 



Number of 
roots 

harvested 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fltluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Msuputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaslna County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



106 


56 


21 


8 


14 


41 


6 




36 


1 


29 


6 


178 


343 


120 


132 


24 


113 


2 


30 


31 


63 


1 


5 


184 


262 


113 


140 


14 


23 


10 




47 


99 



(z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 

3 

2 

1 

(Z) 

(Z) 

(Z) 

1 
1 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 



30,981 

3,411 
849 
391 
324 
292 

1,555 

13,637 
10,777 
1,671 
157 
1,012 
20 

13,933 
8,344 
748 
2,300 
2,541 



53,601 

3,U0 

490 

1,510 

60 
1,050 

31,384 
17,803 
5,826 
2,960 
4,575 
220 

19,107 

11,383 

770 



216 
33 
63 

53 
67 

449 
141 
27 
70 
135 
76 

322 

195 

12 

15 

100 



255 
34 
52 
57 
46 
66 

211 

1 
78 
51 
37 
44 

71 
29 



3 

(Z) 

1 

1 
1 

72 
9 
5 
16 
32 
10 



1 

(Z) 

9 



36 
3 

15 
6 
5 
7 

70 
(Z) 
10 
10 
45 
5 

12 
7 

"4 
1 



255,263 

42,309 

5,839 

11,657 

12,460 
12,353 

138,089 
36,398 
6,656 
21,617 
57,511 
15,907 

74,865 
51,536 
2,780 
3,285 
17,264 



253 
19 
70 
43 
48 
73 

31 
7 
1 
4 

18 
1 



2 

(Z) 

(Z) 

(Z) 

1 

1 

(Z) 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 
(z) 

(Z) 

1 

(Z) 
(Z) 

1 
Cz) 



168,004 

128,775 

18,269 

6,678 

6,813 

11,098 

85,917 

6,641 
1,290 
1,949 
710 
2,672 
20 

32,588 

1,078 

438 

28,640 
2,432 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



Acres harvested 



Number of 
roots 

harvested 
1959 



Farms reporting 



Acres harvested 



Number of 

plants 

harvested 

1959 



Farms reporting 



Acres harvested 



Number of 
roots 

harvested 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fltluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua Cotmty 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaslna County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



2,022 

298 
34 
82 
51 
57 
74 

1,029 
218 
446 
115 
150 
100 

695 

286 

87 

97 

225 



1,430 

278 
34 
55 
58 
64 
67 

687 
130 
290 

76 
111 

80 

465 

203 

38 

93 

131 



23 
3 
7 
2 
4 
7 

280 
57 

107 
50 
55 
11 

324 

134 

8 

109 

73 



1,576 

437 

90 

91 

10 

110 

136 

611 
58 

183 
98 

218 
54 

528 
114 
84 
U5 
195 



3,669,985 

236,696 
25,325 
87,534 
41,523 
20,790 
61,524 

1,777,531 
473,678 
742, 162 
245,205 
263,748 
52,738 

1,655,758 

648,396 

38,628 

536,253 

432,481 



2 

(Z) 

1 

(z) 

1 
(z) 

6 

(z) 

(Z) 
6 

(z) 

2 

(Z) 

1 

(Z) 

1 



1 

(2) 



(Z) 
(Z) 



(z) 



18,154 

2,893 

40 
1,454 

1,135 
lU 
150 

11,977 
260 
100 

10,987 
630 

3,284 
690 
390 
400 

1,804 



193 
29 
54 
44 
28 
38 

246 

122 
10 
U 
66 
34 

419 
189 
57 

159 



224 

4 
3 



129 
17 
88 
10 
12 
2 

91 
79 



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



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

1 
(Z) 

iii 

1 



59 
1 

1 

(z) 

26 

5 
18 
1 
2 
(Z) 

32 
11 
(Z) 



19,987 

11,624 
1,018 
4,512 
2,407 
968 
2,719 

2,907 
1,587 
159 
133 
806 
222 

5,456 
2,629 

438 

690 

1,699 



Z Reported in small fraoticEis. 



DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

Table 8. -TREE CROPS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED. BY 

DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES: CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950 



District and county 



Trees of all ages 



Foma report ijig 



Planted since 1955 



Faz^ns 

reporting 

1960 



Number 

1960 



^antlty 
harvested 



reporting 
1959 



Pounds 
1959 



Hills or clunks of all ages 



Total 



Farms 

reporting 

1960 



Nuniber 
1960 



Planted since 1955 



reporting 
1960 



Number 
1960 



Quantity 
harvested 



Faros 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



American Samoa, totai. .... 

Menua District and Sirains Island 

Faleasao County 

Fltluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. 

T\ituila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 



350 
6 



192 
87 
23 
10 
56 
16 

152 
93 

1 
19 
39 



61 

18 

7 

1 

IM 
52 

7 



1,284 



10 



548 
259 
5i 
29 
185 
21 

726 
269 
3 
334 
120 



225 
84 
17 

1 

530 

291 

24 



6 



603 

7 



70 


165 


47 


U3 


10 


24 


5 


19 


8 


9 


51 


431 


35 


90 


4 


303 


12 


38 



37,080 



12,919 

8,174 

3,425 

160 

1,160 

24,161 

20,489 

240 

1,934 

1,498 



2,076 

300 
34 
82 
53 
57 
74 

1,090 
246 
463 
120 
151 
110 

686 

292 

86 

92 

216 



970,233 

112,126 
17,012 
16,550 
26,192 
11,600 
40,772 

420,164 
131,952 
199,747 
23,532 
42,311 
22,622 

437,943 
223,239 
36,955 
82,700 
95,049 



290 
33 
77 
53 
56 
71 

954 
172 
415 
120 
137 
110 

499 

125 

84 

91 

199 



250,467 

37,808 
7,512 
5,503 

10,413 
4,221 

10,159 

117,895 
24,918 
55,174 
10,197 
6,125 
21,481 

94,764 
W,902 
16,300 
28,836 
34,676 



293 
34 
82 
53 
50 
74 

1,065 
240 
460 
120 
137 
108 

613 
272 
36 
89 
166 



7,943,175 

432,872 
29,262 

135,324 
42,737 
83,910 

141,639 

3,508,814 
524,248 

2,083,930 
245,976 
402,348 
252,312 

4,001,489 

1,758,658 

448,488 

949,800 

844,543 



Trees of all ages 



District and county 



Fame reporting 



1960 1950 



Planted since 
1955 



Fazne 
report- 
ing 
1960 



Number 
1960 



Qj entity 
harvested 



Faros 
report- 
ing 
1959 



Pounds 
1959 



Trees of all ages 



Farms reporting 



Planted since 
1955 



Farms 
report- 
ing 
1960 



Number 
1960 



Quantity 
harvested 



report- 
ing 
1959 



Pounds 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Uanua District and Swains Island, 

Faleasao County , 

Fitluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. , 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Uauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Vaifanua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatal County 

T\ialauta County 



2,035 

279 
34 
63 
53 
56 
73 

1,078 
251 
474 
102 
U2 
109 

678 
289 
85 
83 
221 



1,427 

284 
34 
56 
58 
65 
71 

669 
134 
290 
78 
90 
77 

474 
214 
38 
91 
131 



155,303 

31,668 
4,340 
2,141 

14,125 
1,171 
9,891 

71,984 

24,670 

31,507 

4,603 

6,444 

4,760 

51,651 

30,204 

6,041 

1,996 

13,410 



537,408 

55,322 
9,175 

20,680 
7,995 
9,520 
7,952 

431,826 
293,535 
32,899 
40,391 
47,060 
17,941 

150,260 

92,785 

5,365 

28,021 

24,089 



1,132 

221 
25 
43 
52 
51 
50 

745 
195 
321 
94 
27 
108 

166 

64 

1 

40 

61 



31,540 

12,710 

1,513 

466 

5,917 

376 

4,438 

15,096 
4,706 
6,678 
1,451 
703 
1,558 

3,734 

1,953 

8 

743 

1,030 



251 
34 
63 
53 

31 
70 

946 
242 
473 
96 
27 
108 

603 

269 

85 

73 

171 



4,075,620 

149,131 
24,607 
26,346 
37,960 
21,408 
38,810 

2,513,768 
357,797 

1,437,565 
299,478 
104,688 
3U,220 

1,412,721 

1,036,004 

34,688 

134,657 

207,372 



156 

32 
20 
13 
22 
64 

263 

126 
30 
14 
72 
21 

461 
200 
85 
28 
148 



115,654 

20,OCf7 

5,U7 

1,413 

1,429 

643 

11,375 

26,293 

15,546 
2,367 
2,317 
4,900 
1,163 

69,354 

36,599 

8,252 

9,119 

15,384 



3,172 
100 



100 

2,470 

701 

222 

20 

1,527 



602 
592 



100 
18 
20 
18 
21 
23 

161 
76 
21 
11 
34 
19 

157 
103 

19 
35 



34,279 

9,001 
2,320 

765 
1,366 

170 
4,330 

10,433 
6,478 
1,477 

830 
1,100 

553 

U,840 
9,242 

2,358 
3,240 



61 

16 
20 
1 
4 
20 

198 
103 
28 
13 
36 
18 

184 
141 

22 

21 



6,030 

940 

738 

236 

77 

4,039 

50,372 
21,479 
4,610 
4,304 
17,262 
2,717 

72,106 
64,670 

4,065 
3,371 



Trees of all ages 



District and ccwnty 



FanDS 

reporting 

1960 



American Samoa, total 

Uanua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fitiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Vaifanua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 



Number 
1960 



3,529 

335 

295 

40 



367 

190 



2,827 

2,207 

620 



Planted since 1955 



reporting 
1960 



Number 
1960 



222 
32 
22 

io 



140 
110 



Quantity 
harvested 



Faims 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



15,070 
4,460 
4,460 



2,230 
250 



1,980 



8,380 

7,930 

400 



Trees of all ages 



Fazins 

reporting 

1960 



283 
34 
71 
53 
57 
68 

894 
249 
271 
117 
148 
109 

668 
286 
33 
34 
215 



Number 
1960 



402,512 

109, 561 
10,047 
6,226 
28,531 
11,370 
53,387 

75,575 
38,894 
14,029 

6,141 
10,885 

5,626 

217,376 
116,325 
24,531 
14,598 
61,922 



Planted since 1955 



Farms 

reporting 

1960 



1,219 

231 
30 
35 
53 
56 
57 

784 
225 
226 
106 
120 
107 

204 
74 

55 
75 



Number 
1960 



64,613 

28,078 

5,779 

749 

10,554 
3,371 
7,125 

22,409 
9,078 
5,342 
2,779 
2,671 
2,539 

14,126 
5,127 

5,012 
3,987 



Quantity 
harvested 



Farms 

reporting 

1959 



1,6U 

227 
33 
71 
53 
10 
60 

840 
228 
266 
117 
124 
105 

577 
260 
82 
79 
156 



Pounds 
1959 



4,671,324 

1,318,U3 

33,906 

174,946 

55,919 

510 

1,047,862 

1,554,032 
331,279 
401,511 
207,752 
430,740 
182,750 

1,799,149 
773,732 
130,145 
480,137 
415,085 



AMERICAN SAMOA 

Table 8 -TREE CROPS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED. BY 
DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES: CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950-Continued 





Coffee 




Trees of all ages 


Oiantlty 


District and county 


Total 


Planted since 1955 


harvested 




Fajins reporting 


Number 


Farms 

reporting 

1960 


Number 
1960 


Farms 

reporting 

1959 


Pounds 




1960 


1950 


1960 


1950 


1959 


American Samoa, total 

Manua Mstrict and Swains Island.. 


52 

12 
2 

1 

"9 

U 
10 

1 

"2 

1 

26 
23 

1 
2 


7 

7 
7 


1,523 

128 

4 
28 

*96 

266 

75 
7 

174 
10 

1,129 
762 

iio 

247 


55 

55 
55 


36 

4 
1 

"3 

10 
8 

1 

"i 

22 

20 

"1 
1 


405 

21 
2 

19 

45 

28 
7 

'io 

339 
2OT 

126 
12 


12 

3 

3 


1,008 

40 

5 




20 




• . . 




... 


Tail CcFunty and Swains Island... 


15 
353 




199 


Mauputa£l County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 


10 

\m 

615 
215 


Leasina County 


... 




400 








Grapefruit 




Trees of all ages 


Diantlty 


District and county 


Total 


Planted since 1955 


harvested 




Faras reporting 


Number 


Farofe 

reporting 

1960 


Number 
1960 


Forms 

reporting 

1959 


Pounds 




1960 


1950 


1960 


1950 


1959 


American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island. . 

Faleasao County 

iFltluta County 

Ofu County 


89 

2 

"2 

56 
32 

"26 

31 
27 

1 
2 

1 


12 
8 

"a 

4 
3 

"i 


721 
7 

... 

7 

326 

91 

U 

221 

388 

289 

5 
42 

52 


78 

44 
"44 

34 
25 

"9 


42 

22 

18 
3 

"i 

20 

18 

"i 

1 


195 

62 

47 
11 

"4 

133 
75 

'18 
40 


34 

1 

"i 

23 

18 
4 

"i 

10 
9 

"i 


4,207 
150 


Tau County and Swains Island.,. 

l\ltulla, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasl County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Vaifanua County 


150 

2,331 

1,501 
230 

600 

1,726 
1,546 

180 


Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

T\ialatal County 

Tualanta County 




Lemons 




Trees of all ages 


Quantity 


District and ccwnty 


Total 


Planted elnce 1955 


harvested 




Farms reporting 


Number 


Farms 

reporting 

1960 


Number 
1960 


Fams 

reporting 

1959 


Pounds 




1960 


1950 


1960 


1950 


1959 


American Samoa, total 

Uanua District and Swains Island.. 

Faleasao County 

Fltluta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . . 


OB 

V> 
1 

"j 

24 
13 

239 

169 
45 

'25 

139 

107 

1 

4 

27 


333 
55 

44 

'ii 

135 
59 
36 

17 
4 
19 

143 
94 

2 
42 

5 


4,098 

367 
45 

"'4 

165 
153 

1,575 
699 
730 

146 

2,156 
541 
10 
79 

1,526 


2,336 
123 
93 

'36 

1,042 

721 

103 

128 

9 

81 

1,171 

708 

14 

426 

23 


£25 

23 

1 

"20 
2 

128 
107 
21 

74 
63 

"s 

8 


974 

110 
25 

'53 
22 

501 
332 
169 

363 
187 

'61 
115 


214 

28 

1 

2 
24 

1 

126 
99 
27 

60 
44 

2 

14 


26, 9U 

2,549 
120 

150 

2,179 

100 

16,120 


Ituau County 

Mauputasl Comity 


12,371 
3,749 


Sua County 

Vaifanua Counly 

T^itulla, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatal County 

Tualauta County 


8,242 
7,701 

213 
328 



10 



DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 



Table 8. -TREE CROPS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED, BY 
DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES: CENSUSES OF 1960 AND 1950-Continued 



Trees of all ages 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



Planted since 1955 



Farms 

reporting 

1960 



Nuinber 
1960 



Quantity 
harvested 



Farms 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



/unerlcan Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fltiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island.. 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



305 
11 



162 
30 
74 
8 
«) 
10 

132 
UA 

i 

17 



206 

3 

107 

26 

65 

5 

177 
87 



2,977 
73 



1,693 

235 

1,200 

29 

200 

29 

1,211 
945 

144 
122 



2,304 



184 
61 



990 
13 
468 
225 
279 
5 

1,130 
523 



927 
9 

3 

6 

567 

113 

415 

17 



351 
307 



150 
9 



17,627 
2,408 



2,401 



5,825 

1,930 

3,475 

66 

1 

353 

9,394 

8,571 

130 
693 



Mangoes 



Trees of all ages 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



Planted since 1955 



Fanns 

reporting 

1960 



Nrimber 
1960 



Quantity 
harvested 



Fanns 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Uanua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fltiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leasina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



603 
33 



1 
16 
16 

377 
157 
156 

7 
52 

5 

193 

132 
6 

12 
43 



247 
40 

104 
19 
51 
33 

139 
31 
11 



2,585 
78 



2 

40 
36 

1,747 

514 

1,026 

16 

184 

7 

760 
526 
22 

38 

174 



2,152 



130 
21 



968 
274 
441 

78 
117 

53 

1,054 
606 
63 

60 

325 



269 
21 



1 

15 

5 

177 

116 

55 

3 



692 
37 



2 

17 
18 

416 
244 
160 

7 



239 
198 



300 
13 



1 
9 
3 

171 

81 



76 

5 

12 

23 



84,548 
780 



317 
338 

125 

48,683 
17,462 
30,896 



32S 

35,085 

29,894 

337 

2,837 

2,017 



Oranges 



Trees of all ages 



District and county 



Farms reporting 



1960 



1950 



Planted since 1955 



Faxaa 
reporting 



Number 
1960 



Quantity 
harvested 



Farms 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



Trees of all ages 



Total' 



reporting 



<^antity 
harvested 



Farms 

reporting 

1959 



Pounds 
1959 



American Samoa, total 

Manua District and Swains Island. 

Faleasao County 

Fltiuta County 

Ofu County 

Olosega County 

Tau County and Swains Island. . 

Tutuila, Eastern District 

Ituau County 

Mauputasi County 

Saole County 

Sua County 

Valf anua County 

Tutuila, Western District 

Lealataua County 

Leaaina County 

Tualatai County 

Tualauta County 



147 
17 
12 
7 
46 
65 

231 
119 
47 
12 
42 
U 

134 

87 

7 

2 

38 



257 
40 
80 
50 
63 
24 

250 
126 
4 
20 
100 



3,744 

1,899 

137 

94 

70 

264 

1,334 

1,034 
501 
131 

88 
284 

30 

811 

369 

40 

12 

390 



5,173 

1,009 
123 
113 

... 

773 

2,619 
433 
275 

1,557 
3U 
40 

1,545 
631 
24 
294 
596 



72 
1 
3 
3 
43 
22 

107 

83 

11 

3 



887 

5 

12 

18 

91 

761 

321 

254 

34 



385 
163 



12 
210 



21,968 

10,470 

25 

519 

2,028 

5,908 

1,990 

5,540 

4,612 

603 



325 

5,958 
4,885 

400 
U 

662 



115 
18 
31 

39 

27 

305 
134 
31 
7 
129 



423 
182 
60 
28 
153 



318 
43 

111 
53 
72 
39 

364 
164 
8 
81 
111 



37,285 

6,539 

1,983 

579 

1,071 
2,906 

17,977 

9,490 

3,009 

139 

5,261 

78 

12,769 

5,U9 

1,512 

749 

5,359 



47,843 

1,152 
131 
415 



606 

26,641 
4,113 
2,151 

10,898 
7,735 
1,744 

20,050 

4,574 

167 

U,326 
3,933 



115 
18 

31 

'39 
27 

159 
129 

27 

2 
1 



386 
181 
60 
26 
119 



31,890 
1,680 
9,450 

15,395 
5,365 

31,472 
15,900 
13,874 
1,653 
45 



250,562 

U7,192 

6,845 

41,355 

55,170 



'None planted since 1955. 



AMERICAN SAMOA 
Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1960 



11 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Size of fann 



Under 3 
acres 



3 to 9 
acres 



10 to 19 
acres 



20 to 49 
acres 



50 to 99 
acres 



100 acres 
and over 



FARMS ANO LAND IN FARMS 
Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land in farms acres . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average size of farm acres . 

Land In farms by number of separate tracts : 

One tract f aims reporting . 

acres. 
Two tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Three tracts farms reporting . 

acres. 
Four tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Five tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 
Sljc tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 
Seven tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Eight or more tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 
Farais not reporting number of tracts number. 

acres. 
Land owned f aims reporting . 

acres. 
Land owned by Matal farms reporting. 

acres . 
Land owned by non-Matai fanns reporting. 

acres. 
Land rented from others fanns reporting. 

acres . 
Land rented frcn Matai farms reporting. 

acres. 
Land rented from non-Matal fanns reporting. 

acres . 
Land rented to others farms reporting. 

acr«s . 

FARMS BY TENUHZ OF OPERATOR 
Rill owners number. 

acres. 
Part owners number . 

acres . , 
Tenants number. , 

acres. , 

SPECIFIED FIELD CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane for thatching fanas reporting. 

acres . 
number of plants . 

Taro farms reporting . 

acres . 
number of roots . 

Yams farms reporting. 

acres, 
number of roots . , 
See footnote at end of table. 



2,135 

100.0 

U,521 

100.0 

5.4 

762 
2,515 

411 
1,791 

230 
1,229 

158 
1,058 

105 

392 
67 

798 
54 

372 
59 

609 

289 
2,257 
1,819 
11,303 
1,673 
9,473 

146 
1,830 

424 
1,380 

369 

1,207 

55 

173 

132 
1,162 

1,711 
9,660 

108 
752 

316 

1,109 

987 

93 

291,263 

2,022 

627 

3,669,985 

858 

2 

19,987 



853 

40.0 

1,386 

L2.0 

1.6 

486 

738 

145 

255 

50 

84 

20 

38 

14 

24 

5 

11 

6 

12 

5 

10 

122 

214 

687 

1,U3 

620 

1,042 

67 

91 

179 

295 

146 

254 

33 

41 

16 

42 

674 
1,085 

13 
28 

166 
273 

273 
22 

59,065 

781 

162 

968,276 

226 

(Z) 

4,429 



1,043 
48.8 

5,017 
43.5 



254 
1,190 
238 
1,067 
154 
730 
U4 
590 

67 
326 

34 
192 

37 
217 

27 
135 
118 
570 
912 
4,561 
859 
4,301 

53 
260 
204 
736 
191 
692 

U 

44 

61 
280 

839 
4,001 

73 
426 

131 
590 

585 

63 

153,794 

1,011 

330 

1,918,507 

484 

2 

U,114 



174 
8.1 
2,131 
18.5 
12.2 

15 
192 

20 
242 

24 
275 

20 
230 

13 
140 

20 
272 

11 
143 

21 
268 

30 

369 

157 

2,309 

145 

2,171 

12 
138 

37 
264 

29 

206 

8 

78 

45 
462 

137 
1,684 

20 
24S 

17 
199 





168 




65 


430 


,582 




110 




(Z) 


2 


,969 



51 

2.4 

1,369 

11.9 

26.8 

4 

117 

S 

227 

1 

20 

2 

50 

10 

272 

6 

194 



4 

93 

16 

396 

49 

1,373 

40 

1,105 

9 

273 

4 

65 

3 

55 

1 

10 

6 

74 

47 
1,272 

2 

50 

2 

47 

28 

3 

6,802 

50 

40 

203,840 

30 

(Z) 

1,110 



0.4 
460 
4.0 
57.5 

2 

128 



2 
129 



2 

103 

1 
50 

8 
575 

6 
454 

2 
121 



3 
115 



5 

(Z) 
920 

7 

21 

81,780 

4 
(Z) 
290 



12 DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1960-Continued 



(For deflnltloDS and explanations, see text) 



Size of farm 



Under 3 
acres 



3 to 9 
acres 



10 to 19 
acres 



20 to 49 
acres 



50 to 99 
acres 



100 acres 
and over 



SPECIFIED TREE CROPS HARVESTED 

Avocados farms reporting . . 

number of trees . , 
pounds harvested.. 

Bananas farms reporting. . 

number of Mils or clumps . . 
pounds harvested.. 

Breadfruit farms reporting. . 

number of trees . . 
pounds harvested . . 

Cacao f az^DS reporting . . 

number of trees., 
pounds harvested.. 

Citrons farms reporting.. 

number of trees . . 
pounds harvested . . 

Coconuts farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Grapefruit farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested . 

Lemons farms reporting. . 

number of trees . , 
pounds harvested . , 

Lljnes farms reporting . , 

number of trees., 
pounds harvested.. 

Mangoes farms reporting . . 

number of trees . , 
pounds harvested . , 

Oranges farms reporting.. 

number of trees. 
pounds harvested. 

Papayas f aims reporting . 

number of trees, 
pounds harvested. 

LTVESIOCK 

Cattle and calves, total farms reporting. 

number. 

^*^"'^^ cows falms reporting. . 

number. 

Other cattle and calves farms reporting., 

number.. 

Hogs and pigs fajms reporting., 

number. , 

ttorses , mules , and colts farms reporting . , 

number. , 

Chickens farms reporting . , 

number. , 

Ducks farms reporting.. 

number. , 

2 Reported In saall fractions. 



350 

1,284 

37,080 

2,076 

970,233 

7,943,175 

2,035 

155,303 

4,075,620 

880 
115,654 
128,508 

20 
3,529 
15,070 

1,845 

402,512 

i, 671, 324 



721 
4,207 

418 
4,098 
26,911 

305 

2,977 

17,627 

603 
2,585 
84,548 

512 
3,744 
21,968 

843 
37,285 
313,924 



10 

190 



7 

138 



1,757 
11,378 



88 
116 



1,915 
35,186 



474 
5,920 

814 

247,666 

2,496,473 

794 

39,390 

1,328,931 

216 
14,636 
3,812 

7 

906 

3,860 

635 
65,188 
573,775 

15 

46 

1,296 

117 

939 

7,740 

70 

380 

1,815 

216 

1,058 

26,197 

174 

796 

8,455 

257 
9,098 
68,545 



679 
3,377 



727 
9,618 



198 

519 

19,030 

1,029 

472,830 

3,545,844 

1,009 

74,773 

2,075,592 

487 
53,152 
71,610 

U 
1,123 
5,410 

985 
166,758 

1,747,048 

47 

286 

1,861 

220 
2,287 
11,684 

168 
1,669 
7,648 

297 

1,029 

41,655 

263 
2,146 
8,092 

451 

19,803 

133,512 



885 
5,848 



63 
558 



967 
18,521 



34 
277 



42 

156 

5,295 

170 

161,545 

1,145,247 

171 

28,029 

491,750 

126 
23,443 
25,621 

2 
1,500 
5,800 

164 

73,419 

462,985 

15 
277 
730 

53 

360 

4,462 

51 

507 

4,703 

66 

314 

11,666 

55 

413 
3,791 

91 
4,174 
83,630 



UO 
1,179 



161 
3,793 



17 

77 

3,235 

50 
62,592 
542,481 

48 

9,692 

155,927 

42 
18,575 
19,868 



48 

42,037 

491,116 



50 

240 

21 

287 

2,615 

U 
107 
461 

19 

142 

4,430 

13 

89 

1,408 

34 
1,789 
14,547 



43 
623 



3 

39 

3,060 

7 
21,600 
176,050 



559 

17,540 

6 
3,488 

1,647 



8 

616 



19 
540 

6 
4,000 
37,080 

5 
2,860 
5,880 

3 

2,360 

950 



7 

10,360 

297,600 


44 

1,098 


6 
,750 
,800 


2 
56 

80 




2 
6 


4 
193 
80 




3 

32 

330 


3 
11 


3 


2 
303 
,000 


2 
27 
100 




3 
15 
500 


3 

196 

62 




4 
104 
160 


5 

341 

7,450 


2 
6 


5 

,080 
,240 


1 
18 




134 


1 
15 




2 
7 


1 

3 




2 

127 


6 

U7 




4 
234 



5 
864 



2 
105 



AMERICAN SAMOA 
Table lO.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1960 



13 



Item 
(For deflnltlone and explanations, see text) 



Tenure of operator 



Pull owners 



Part owners 



FARMS AND LAND IN FAI!MS 

Faims number. 

Percent distplbution percent. 

Land In f atms acres . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average size of farm acres. 

Land in farms by number of separate tracts: 

One tract farms reporting. 

acres. 
Two tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 
Three tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Four tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Five tracts farms reporting. 

acres . 
Six tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 
Seven tracts fanns reporting. 

acres . 
Eight or more tracts farms reporting. 

acres. 

Farms not reporting number of tracts number. 

acres. 

Land owned farms reporting . 

acres . 

Land owned by Matal farms reporting . 

acres. 

Land owned by non-Matai farms reporting. 

acres. 

Land rented f rem others farms reporting. 

acres . 

Land rented from Matal farms reporting . 

acres . 

Land rented from non-Matai farms reporting. 

acres . 

Land rented to others farms reporting. 

acres . 

FABMS BY SIZE OF FABM 
Under 3 acres number. . 

acres. 
3 to 9 acres number. 

acres . 
10 to 19 acres number. 

acres . 
20 to A9 acres number. 

acres . 
50 to 99 acres number. 

acres . 
100 acres and over number . 

acres . 

SPECIFIED FIELD CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane for thatching farms reporting. 

acres . . 
number of plants . 

Taro fams reporting. 

acres . 
number of roots . 

Yams farms reporting. 

acres, 
number of roots . 
See footnote at end of table. 



2,135 
100.0 

11,521 

100.0 

5.4 

762 
2,515 

■411 
1,791 

230 
1,229 

158 
1,058 

105 

892 
67 

798 

372 

59 

609 

289 
2,257 

1,819 
11,303 
1,673 
9,473 
146 
1,830 

424 
1,380 

369 

1,207 

55 

173 

U2 
1,162 

893 

1,386 

1,043 

5,017 

174 

2,131 

51 

1,369 

8 

460 

6 

1,158 

987 

93 

291,263 

2,022 

627 

3,669,985 

858 

2 

19,987 



1,711 
30.1 

9,660 

83.9 

5.6 

612 

2,102 

342 

1,506 

189 

1,016 

127 

852 

89 
775 

54 
686 

40 
241 

50 
525 

208 
1,957 

1,711 
10,764 
1,578 
8,986 
133 
1,778 



107 
1,104 

674 

1,085 

839 

4,001 

137 

1,684 

47 

1,272 

8 

460 

6 

1,158 



265,441 

1,619 

511 

2,876,992 

709 

2 

17,343 



108 
5.1 

752 
6.5 

7.0 

10 
44 
20 
121 

9 
66 
12 
98 
10 
81 
10 
78 

8 
65 

7 
72 

22 

127 

108 
539 
95 
487 
13 
52 

108 
260 
97 
218 
11 
42 

20 

47 

13 
28 

73 
426 

20 

248 

2 

50 



51 

1 

10,878 

105 

28 

161,460 

63 

(Z) 

1,844 



316 
14.8 

1,109 
9.6 
3.5 

140 
369 
49 

164 . 

32 

U7 

19 

108 

6 

36 

3 

34 

6 

66 

2 

12 

59 

173 



316 
1,120 
272 
989 
44 
131 

5 
11 

166 
273 
131 
590 

17 

199 

2 

47 



68 

4 

14,944 

298 



(Z) 
800 



14 DISTRICTS AND COUNTIES 

Table lO.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1960-Continued 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Tenure of operator 



Pull ovners 



Part owners 



SPECIFIED TBEE CROPS HARVESTED 

Avocados farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Bananas faims reporting. 

number of hills or clumps, 
pounds harvested. 

Breadfruit farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Cacao farms reporting . 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Citrons f anns reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested . 

Coconuts f anus reporting . 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Grapefruit farms reporting. 

number of trees, 
pounds harvested. 

Lemons farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Limes J'arms reporting. 

number of trees, 
pounds harvested. 

Mangoes farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested. 

Oranges farms reporting. 

number of trees . 
pounds harvested . 

Papayas farms reporting. 

number of trees, 
pounds harvested . 

LIVESTOCK 

Cattle and calves , total farms reporting . 

number . 

Milk cows farms reporting. 

number. 

Other cattle and calves farms reporting. 

number. 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting. 

number. 

Horses, mules, and colts farms reporting. 

number. 

Chickens farms reporting . 

number . 

Ducks farms reporting. 

number. 

Z Reported In small fractions. 



350 

1,284 

37,080 

2,076 

970,233 

7,943,175 

2,035 

155,303 

4,075,620 



115,654 
128,508 

20 
3,529 
15,070 

1,845 

402,512 

4,671,32A 



721 
4,207 

418 
4,098 
26,911 

305 

2,977 

17,627 

603 
2,585 

84,548 

512 

3,74.4 

21,968 

843 
37,285 
313,924 



10 
190 



7 

138 



1,757 
11,378 



88 
116 



1,915 
35,186 



63 

558 



307 

895 

28,367 

1,663 

674,647 

5,518,926 

1,624 

126,398 

3,040,610 

695 
94,218 
112,931 

15 
2,103 
14,430 

1,478 

330,075 

4,131,167 

78 

663 

3,657 

340 
2,258 
20,592 

222 

1,987 
11,862 

507 
1,732 
56,778 

451 

3,243 

20,222 

697 

30,600 

221,129 



9 

187 

7 
51 

6 

136 

1,445 
9,463 

77 
102 

1,549 
28,398 

53 
489 



10 

39 

1,270 

109 

63,063 

450,177 

106 
12,538 
152,678 

76 
8,916 
5,869 

1 
700 



100 
31,225 
156,546 

6 
35 

100 

29 
153 

1,153 

22 

667 

2,261 

26 

77 
3,875 

33 
287 
989 

53 

2,541 

23,632 



33 

350 

7,443 

304 

232,523 

1,974,072 

305 

16,367 

882,332 

109 
12,520 
9,708 

4 
726 
640 

267 
41,212 
383,611 

5 
23 

450 

49 
1,687 
5,166 



323 
3,504 

70 

776 

23,895 

28 
214 
757 

93 
4,144 
69, 163 



107 
2,356 



218 
1,238 



259 
4,432 



APPENDIX 

The Questionnaire 

(15) 



16 



THE QUESTIONNAIRE 



This census is authorized by Act of Congress. United States Code. Title 13. Sections 5, 9. 141. 221-4. requiring (hat the inquiries 
be answered completely and accurately, and guaranteeing thai the information furnished be accorded confidential treatment. The 
census report canrtot be used for purposes of taxation, incestigation, or regulation. 



AMERICAN 
SAMOA 



us DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE— BUKUU OF THE OHSUS 

PARSONS, KANSAS 



A1 No. 



Al 



CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE « Oen 
QUESTIONNAIRE: iSJOU 



This Agriculture Questionnaire should also be filled for each Malai, and each 
school or other type of institution, if any crops were raised or harvested in 1959. or if 
livestock or poultry were kept on April 1, 1960. 



MATAI LANDS: 

a. The Matai should be reported as (he person in charge under question I. 

b. All lands to which title is held or ownership is claimed by (he Matai should be 
reported as owned under question 2. 

r. Any land used for the benefit of the extended family group (aiga), to which 
Malai does not hold title or claim ownership, should be reported as land rented 
from others under question 3. Do this even though no rent is paid to the 
otrner of the land. 

d Any land to which title is held or ownership claimed by the Matai which is used 
by a non member of the extended family group I aiga). should be reported as land 
rented to others under question 4. Do this even though no rent is paid by 
the nonmember. 



Section I. -OPERATOR. TENURE. AND AREA IN THIS PLACE 



1. What is the name of the operator?. . 

(Person ifi charge of the agricultural operations. If 
operator is a Matai, underscore that part of the name 
which represents his title.) 

How many acres are owned? None Q 

(a) Are these Matai lands? No Q Yes Q 

3. How many acres are rented from others? 

Include land used rent free .... None D 



(a) What is the name of the owner of this land?. 

(b) Are these Matai lands? No D Ves D 

How many acres are rented to others? 

Include lands for which no rent is received None D 



(N'nmc infutl) 



Acraa OR Sqw 



Add answers for questions 
3. subtract answer for qui 
and enter the total here 



6. How many separate tracts or 
pieces of land, or plantations, are 
represented in the total for "Area 
in this place"? 



ts 2 and ^ 

estion 4. r ~ 

: -^L: 



Area in this place 



Acre* OB Squmre fret 

J 4 



Number c 
or pn^ces 



Section U— CROPS AND VEGETABLES HARVESTED IN 1959 



For each crop or vegelabU ha\ 
these two quesltona ^^^^^^ 



Were any 
of the 
following 
crops or 
vegetables 
harvested 
in 1959- 



For each kind of fnnt, nut, or tree 
crop on this place, aak these queatto 



7. Taro? 

8. Yams? 



9. Arrowroot? . . 

10. Sugarcane for 
thatching? . . 

11. Sweetpotatoes? 

12. Tobacco? . , 

13. Pineapples? . 

14. Other field 
crops and 
vegetables? . . 

(Cassava, corn, 
kava (ava), 
giant taro, etc.). 



How much w 
harvested i'j 
1959? 



1 

Number I Number 
of OR of 
root's I plants 
or fruits 

I 



-T- 



(2) 

How much area 

was harvi'sted in 

1959? 

(If unable to 

estimate the area, 

ask for the number 

of plants or hills) 



Squ, 



\ Number 
> t of 
plants 
or hills 



-FRUITS. NUTS. AND TREE CROPS: QUANTITY HARVESTED IN 
1959 AND TREES OR PLANTS. APRIL 1, I960 



Were any 
of the 
following 
fruits, nuts, 
and tree 
crops 
harvested 
in 1959— 



15. Avoct.dos? . . . 

16. Bananas? . . . 

17. Breadfruit? . . 

18. Cacao? . 

19. Citrons? . , . 

20. Coconutb? , . . 

21. ColFeeT 

22. Grapefruit? . , 

23. Lemons? . . 

24. Limes? . . . 

25. Mangoes? . . 

26. Oranges? . . 

27. PandanuB? 

28. Papayas? . 

29. Olher planted 
fruits, nuts, an'^ 
tree crops? . . 
(Kapok, paper 
mul berry). 

I Give BUM 



ill 
How much V 
harvested i 
1959? 



Numberl^""!^^ 

of OR «' 
pounds 



fruits 
i or nuts 



~r 



How many trees o 
plants are on thii< 
place? 



Total 
trees of 
all ages 



Planted 
since 
J9SS? 



How many of 
the following 
livestock and 
poultry are on 
this place- 



Likewise, if any member of the Matai family (fanau) or extended family group (aiga) 
is in full charge of the growing of crops or keeping of animals or poultry on lands 
assigned to him by the Matai. such lands should be entered under question 4. 
In such cases, a separate Agriculture Questionnaire should be filled, for the lands 
reported under question 4, in the name of (hat member as (he person in charge. 

e. The area for which the Ma(ai is expected to report about crop production is 
restricted to that shown under question 5. 

PRIVATELY OWNKD LANDS, NOT HELD OR OPERATED UNDER THE 
MATAI SYSTEM: 
If crops were raised or livestock or poultry are kept, fill this Agriculture Question- 
naire in the name of the person in charge. He is the one responsible for making 
the decisions. He will usually be the head of Ihe family which plants or gathers 
the crops. 

EXPERIMENTAL FARMS. SCHOOLS, CHURCHES. AND OTHER INSTI- 
TUTIONS: 
If crops were raised or livestock or poultry are kept, fill this Agriculture Question- 
naire in the name of (be Institution (question 1). Also, give the name of the 
manager or superintendent under question 1. 



LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY ON THIS PLACE APRIL 

, , .iriiafeiiBa.gyiiey--«>*^. 



30. Cattle and calves of all ages? 



Of this 
total, how 
many are — 



Hogs Hri 
Horses, 



(31. Milk Cows? . . 
< 32. Olher cattle and 
Vcalves? 

(The sum of questions 
31 and 32 must equal 
the total for question 
30.) 

d pigs of all ajtes? . . . 

mules, and colts of all 



None D 
None D 
None D 



35. Other livestock? .< Sheep and 
lambs and goats) 



None n 
None D 



None n 



Number . 

Number . 

Number . 

Number . 

Number , 

Number . 

Number . 



36. Chickens of all ages? None D Number . 

37. Other poultry of all ages? 
(Ducks, geese, etc.) 

None n Number _ 

(Olve Dame) 

Number . 



(01 v« name) 



38. Who furnished the information given in this reporf 

fa Mklal named •> operator nndcrqaciMlan I. 
IMark one] 



( O OU>«f ptnon _ 



(Gl« 



- (Tell why you got 
your information 
from this person.) 



Section v.— ENUMERATOR'S RECORD— To be fliled by Census Enumerator 



Enumeration District No. . 



County 



Village 



Date (nionlh and day) 

. 1960 



Date (monfA and day) 



\J S GOVCIINHENT fRlKTING WFICE mft-O-5)70S« 



:> ^ 







UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 



AGRICULTURE 



90, 3-; '5 
261 

J3, 



1959 



r.^^ 



W^fk. 'T^^^in^^j, 



DISTRICTS 



ii 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



U.S. CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1959 

Final Report — Vol. I — Part 52 — Districts 



FARMS • FARM CHARACTERISTICS 
LIVESTOCK and PRODUCTS 
CROPS • FRUITS • VALUES 



G 



uam 




DISTRICTS 



Prepared under the supervision of 
RAY HURLEY, Chief 
Agriculture Division 




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Luther H. Hodges, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Richard M. Scammon, Director (From May 4, I 96 I ) 
Robert W. Burgess, Director (To March 3, I 96 ) ) 





BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

RICHARD M. SCAMMON, Dirtctor (From May 4, 1961) 
ROBERT W. BURGESS, Director (To March 3, 1961) 



A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assislani Director 

Lowell T. Galt, Special Assistant 

Herman P. Miller, Special Assislani 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 

Julius Shiskin, Chief Economic Statistician 

Joseph F. Daly, Chief Mathematical Statistician 
Charles B. Lawrence, Jr., Assistant Director for Operations 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief International Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Agriculture Division — 

Ray HuRLEr, Chiif 

Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chief 

Orvin L. WiLHiTE, Assistant Chuj 

Field Division — 

Jefferson D. McPike, Chiei 

Ivan G. Munro, Assistant Chief 
Machine Tabulation Division — 

C. F. Van Aken, Chief 

Henry A. Bloom, Assistant Chief 
Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chief 
Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chief 
Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief 
Construction Statistics Division — Samuel J. Dennis, Chief 
Decennial Operations Division — Glen S. Taylor, Chief 
Demographic Surveys Division — Robert B. Pearl, Chief 
Economic Operations Division — Marion D. Bingham, Chief 
Electronic Systems Division — Robert F. Drury, Chief 
Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 
Geography Division — William T. Fay, Chief 
Governments Division — Allen D, Manvel, Chief 
Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, Chief 
Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Clpief 
Personnel Division — James P. Taff, Chief 
Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 
Statistical Methods Division — Joseph Steinberg, Chief 
Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 
Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 
Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 



Statistics in this report supersede figures shown in Series AC59-1 and AC59-2, 
Preliminary Reports 

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PREFACE 



The 1960 Census of Agriculture for Guam was authorized by an Act of Congress 
(Title 13, U. S. Code, Census codified August 1954 and amended in August 1957). 
Section 191 of Title 13 provided that the Census shall include each State, the Virgin 
Islands, Guam, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Section 191 further provided that 
the census data for Guam may be collected by the Governor, or hif^hest ranking Federal 
official, in accordance with plans prescribed or approved by the Director of the U. S. 
Bureau of the Census. 

In Eiccordance with the provisions of Title 13, collection of the data for the 1960 
Census of Agriculture in Guam was directed and supervised by the Governor of Guam. 
The actual collection of data was carried out by census enumerators supervised by 
Manuel U. Lujan and Antonio C. Cruz working under the direction of the Governor. Tlie 
planning of the Census and the compilation of the statistics were supervised by Ray 
Hurley, Chief of the Agriculture Division, assisted by Joseph Correll and Helen Teir. 

Acknowledgment is made of the technical assistance of the personnel of the Guam 
Department of Agriculture in the planning of the Census. 

May 1961 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 
FINAL REPORTS 

Volume I — Counties — A separate part for each State. Statistics on number of farms; farm characteristics; acreage in farms; cropland 
and other uses of land; land-use practices; irrigation; farm facilities and equipment; farm labor; farm expenditures; use of commercial 
fertilizer; number and kind of livestock; acres and production of crops; value of farm products; characteristics of commercial farms, farms 
classified by tenure, by size, type, and economic class; and comparative data from the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

Volume I is published in 54 parts as follows: 



Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 




New England States: 




West North Central — Continued 




Mountain: 


1 


Maine. 


19 


South Dakota. 


38 


Montana. 


2 


New Hampshire. 


20 


Nebraska. 


39 


Idaho. 


3 


Vermont. 


21 


Kansas. 


40 


Wyoming. 


4 


Massachusetts. 




South Atlantic: 


41 


Colorado. 


5 


Rhode Island. 


22 


Delaware. 


42 


New Mexico. 


6 


Connecticut. 


23 


Maryland. 


43 


Arizona. 




Middle Atlantic States: 


24 


Virginia. 


44 


Utah. 


7 


New York. 


25 


West Virginia. 


45 


Nevada. 


8 


New Jersey. 


26 


North Carolina. 




Pacific: 


9 


Pennsylvania. 


27 


South Carolina. 


46 


Washington. 




East North Central: 


28 


Georgia. 


47 


Oregon. 


10 


Ohio. 


29 


Florida. 


48 


California. 


11 


Indiana. 




East South Central: 


49 


Alaska. 


12 


Illinois. 


30 


Kentucky. 


50 


Hawaii 


13 


Michigan. 


31 


Tennessee. 




Other Areas: 


14 


Wisconsin. 


32 


Alabama. 


51 


American Samoa. 




West North Central: 


33 


Mississippi. 


52 


Guam. 


15 


Minnesota. 




West South Central: 


53 


Puerto Rico. 


16 


Iowa. 


34 


Arkansas. 


54 


Virgin Islands. 


17 


Missouri. 


35 


Louisiana. 






18 


North Dakota. 


36 
37 


Oklahoma. 
Texas. 







Volume II — General Report. — Statistics by Subjects, United States Census of Agriculture, 1959. Summary data and analyses of the 
data by States, for geographic divisions, and for the United States, by subjects, as illustrated by the chapter titles listed below: 



Chapter 


Title 


Chapter 


Title 


I 


Farms and Land in Farms. 


VII 


Field Crops and Vegetables. 


II 


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


VIII 


Fruits and Nuts, Horticultural Specialties, Forest Prod- 


III 


Farm Facilities, Farm Equipment. 




ucts. 


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 — Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. Western States 
(Dry Areas) — Data by States for drainage basins and a summary 
for the area, including number and type.s of irrigation organiza- 
tions, source of water, expenditures for works and equipment since 
1950, water used and acres served for irrigation purposes. 

Volume IV — Drainage of Agricultural Lands. Data by States on 
land in drainage organizations, number and types of organizations, 
cost of drainage and drainage works. 



Volume V — Special Reports, Part 1. — Horticultural Specialties. 

Statistics by States and a summary for the United States present- 
ing number and kinds of operations; gross receipts and/or gross 
sales; sales of nursery products, flower seed, vegetables grown 
under gla.ss, and propagated mushrooms; number of container- 
grown plants; inventory products; sales of bulb crops; employ- 
ment; structures and equipment. 

Titles of additional parts of this volume are not available as 
this report goes to press. 



IV 



GUAM 

CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

THE 1960 CENSUS OF AGRICDLTURE n 

Page 

History of the Cennus IX 

Legal basis for the Censxis IX 

Pretest of the 1960 Census IX 

Training of enumeration persarmel DC 

Enumeration period IX 

ENUWERATION FOME AND PROCEDOHES 

The apiculture questlonnnBlre IX 

The enumeration IX 

Enumeration districts X 

Processing operations X 

Presentation of statistics X 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Descriptive sunnnary and reference X 

General Farm Information 

Census definition of a farm X 

Farm operator X 

Farms reporting X 

Land In farms X 

Land In farms according to use XI 

Crops 

Field crops and vegetables XI 

Fruits and nuts XI 

Unit of measure XI 

Livestock and Poultry 

Cattle and calves XI 

Flabpande 

Stocked with fish for food purposes XII 

Classification of Farms 

Farms by size XII 

Farms by tenure of operator XII 

STATISTICS FOR ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table— 

1. — Population, land area, number of farms, and land in farms, by election districts: Census of 1960 3 

2.— Livestock and poultry on farms, April 1, by kind: Censuses of 1930 to 1960 3 

3. — Field crops and vegetables— Area and quantity harvested: Censuses of 1930 to 1960 4 

4. — Fruits and coffee — Number of trees or plants and quantity harvested: Censuses of 1930 to 1960 4 

5. — Farms and farm characteristics, by size of farm: Census of 1960 5 

6. — Farms end farm characteristics, by tenure of operator; Census of 1960 7 

7. — Farms and land In farms, by size of farm, by election districts: Census of 1960 9 

8. — Farms and land In farms, by tenure of operator, by election districts: Census of 1960 10 

9. — Farms and land in farms, by ownership, by election districts: Census of 1960 11 

10. — Farms and land In farms, according to use, by election districts: Census of 1960 11 

11. — Livestock and poultry on farms, April 1, by kind, by election districts: Census of 1960 12 

12. — Field crops and vegetables — Farms reporting, area, and quantity harvested, by election districts: Census of 1960... 13 
13.— Fruits — Farms reporting, number of trees or plants, April 1, 1960, and quantity harvested, 1959, by 

election districts: Censxis of 1960 15 

14 Specified crops — Farms reporting and quantity harvested or gathered, by election districts: Census of 1960 16 

APraNDIX 

The 1960 Census of Agriculture (iuestlonnalre 19 



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INTRODUCTION 

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GUAM 

Election Districts, Cities and Villages 




SCALE 
12 3 4 MILES 



COCOS ISLftN 



CIRCLES INDICATE PLACES HAVING LESS 
THAN 2S00 INHABITANTS 



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INTRODUCTION 



THE 1960 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE 



History of the Census.— The 1960 Census of Apriculture is 
the fifth United States agricultural census of Guam. The first 
such census was taken in 1920, in conjunction with the Census 
of Population. Since 1920, a census of asriculture has been 
taken in Guam every 10 years, at the same time as the population 
census. 

Legal Basis for the Census.— The 1960 Census of Aericulture 
was authorized by an Act of Congress, as were the prior cen- 
suses of Guam. "Title 13, United States Code— Census," codi- 
fied in August 1954, and amended in August 1957 and September 
1960, is now the legal basis for the census of agriculture as well 
as for all other censuses and surveys conducted liy the Bureau of 
the Census. Section 191 of Title 13 specifically provides that 
the censuses "shall include each State, . . . the Virgin Islajids, 
Guam, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico" as well as other 
areas imder the jurisdiction or control of the United States. Sec- 
tion 191 further provides that the census data for these areas 
may be collected by the Governor orhisiiest ranking Federal 
official in accordance with plans prescribed or approved by the 
Director of the United States Bureau of the Census. Pursuant to 
this provision, collection of data for the 1960 Census of Agri- 
culture in Guam was directed and supervised by the Governor of 
Guam according to procedures prescribed hiy the Bureau of the 
Census. 

Pretest of the 1960 Census.-A "pretest" of the 1960 Census 
of Agriculture was conducted in Guam during April 1958. Its pur- 
pose was to provide the Bureau with a measure of the effective- 
ness of the questions and procedures planned for the 1960 Cen- 
sus. During the pretest, agricultural agents on the staff of the 
Guam Department of Agriculture, using preliminary versions of 
the agriculture questionnaire and the enumerators' reference man- 
ual, interviewed approximately 300 farmers. 

Training of Enumeration Personnel.— Itlach supervisor, crew 
leader, and enumerator employed for the 1960 Census of Agricul- 
ture in Guam received special training for his job. All training 
was presented according to procedures contained in guides and 
manuals prepared tiy the Bureau of the Census. It included film- 
strips, map reading, practice interviewing, and practice filling of 
questionnaires. 

Enumeration Period.— The enumeration for the Census of Agri- 
culture began on April 4, 1960. The bulk of the work was com- 
pleted within two weeks thereafter. 

Data for inventory items— land in farms, fruit and nut trees, 
livestock, poultry, and fishponds— represent the situation exist- 
ing on or about April 1, 1960. Data for area harvested and for 
quantities of crops harvested or gathered relate to the crop year 
1959. 

ENUMERATION FORMS AND PROCEDXJRES 

The Agriculture Questionnaire.— The questionnaire for the 
1960 Census of Agriculture was prepared by the staff of the Cen- 
sus Bureau in cooperation with the Governor of Guam. It con- 
tained a total of 65 inquiries as compared with only 39 on the 
questionnaire for the 1950 Census. Selection of the inquiries 
was based on current needs for agricultural information as well 
as on experience gained in earlier censuses. 



The 1960 questionnaire contained more detailed questions 
about land tenure than had been asked in any previous census in 
Guam and was the first questionnaire to include questions about 
land use in Guam. In the section on tenure, each operator weis 
asked to give separate figures for the amount of land owned, 
rented to others, rented from others, used under permit, occupied 
as a squatter (or torrower), or furnished by the Government in 
connection with living quarters. The reports for land owned and 
land rented to others specifically excluded land used by the 
United States Military Services. The combined area of land re- 
ported by each operator, minus the land he rented to others, was 
taken to represent one Census farm, regardless of where the land 
was located. In six questions ahout land use, the area in each 
farm was distributed according to its principal use. 

In the sections for crops, the 1960 questionnaire contained 
separate inquiries for 20 field crops and vegetables and for 17 
kinds of fruits and nuts as compared with 9 and 14, respectively, 
on the 1950 questionnaire. Both the 1960 and the 1950 question- 
naires contained space for the reporting of crops that were not 
specified in individual inquiries. 

lYie questions on livestock and poultry were essentially the 
same in 1960 as in 1950. The only difference was that the 1960 
questionnaire specified chickens 4 months old and over whereas 
the 1950 questionnaire referred to chickens of all ages. 

About two weeks before the start of enumeration, agriculture 
questionnaires were distributed through post offices to most 
households in rural areas. A letter was attached to each ques- 
tionnaire asking the farm operator to fill the questionnaire and to 
give it to the enumerator when he called. The purpose of this 
procedure was to save time and money in taking the census and 
to improve the quality' of the information given by farm operators. 
By having the questionnaire ahead of time, the farmer could de- 
termine what information was required and could prepare his re- 
port in advance of the enumerator's visit. The enumerator, how- 
ever, was directly responsible for obtaining a questionnaire for 
each place requiring one. If the farm operator had filled the 
questionnaire, the enumerator was instructed to examine it for 
completeness and consistency and, as necessary, to help the 
operator arrive at valid estimates of his agricultural operations. 

The Eiiumeration.- The questionnaire used tjy enumerators for 
taking the 1960 Census of Population and Housing in Guam con- 
tained the question "Does anyone living in this house operate a 
farm?" If this question was answered "Yes," the enumerator 
knew that he must obtain an agriculture questionnaire for the farm 
operator. If it was answered "No," the enumerator was instruc- 
ted to ask whether any member of the household harvested or 
gathered any crops in 1959, kept any livestock or poultry on April 
1, 1960, or had a fishpond on April 1, 1960. A "Yes" answer to 
any one of these eidditional questions indicated that an agricul- 
ture questionnaire was required. The enumerator was also in- 
structed to ask enou^ questions about tracts of land on which no 
one lived to determine whether an agriculture questionnaire was 
required for the person in charge of the land. This instruction 
was designed to assure enumeration of all land used for agricul- 
ture, whether operated by an individual, a partnership, a corpo- 
ration, or an institution. 

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X 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1960 



Enumeration Distriots.-For purposes of enumeration, the 
Territory of Guam was divided into 95 Enumeration Districts, or 
"ED'S." The ED's were clearly outlined on special maps pre- 
pared for the census. Each enumerator was required to canvass 
the entire area within his assigned ED and to indicate his route 
of travel on the map. This procedure was designed to assure 
complete enumeration coverage of all land and dwellings in 
Guam. 

Processing Operations.— After the completion of enumeration, 
all agriculture questionnaires were sent to the Agriculture Opera- 
tions Office in Parsons, Kansas. There, all questionnaires were 
individually edited and coded prior to tabulation of the data- In 
the editing process, questionnaires that did not represent farms 
according to the Census definition were withdrawn from further 
processing. (See below, "Census definition of a farm.") The re- 
maining questionnaires were then examined for completeness and 
consistency. Eirors in calculations and in units of measure, in- 
consistencies, and misplaced entries were corrected. Incomplete 
reports were adjusted on the basis of related information on the 
same questionnaire or on questionnaires for nearby farms of simi- 
lar size. In the coding process, numerical codes were entered on 
all questionnaires to classify farms by size, in terms of total 
area, and by tenure of operator. As necessary for tabulation pur- 
poses, numerical codes were also assi^ed to individual crop and 
livestock items to assure their inclusion in the appropriate farm 
product totals. 

After the questionnaires had been edited and coded, the in- 
formation on them was transferred to tabulation sheets. These 
tabulations were reviewed for reasonableness and consistency. 

Presentation of Statistics.— This report contains data as com- 
piled from the questionnaires used for the 1960 Census of Agri- 
culture in Guam. Totals are given for the Territory of Guam and 
also for the 19 Election Districts. Comparable figures for pre- 
ceding census years are given for the Territory of Guam for those 
items for which information is available 

In the 1950 and 1940 Censuses, data were compiled for mu- 
nicipalities. Prior to the 1960 Census, the 15 municipalities 
were rearranged into 19 Election Districts. Because of differ- 
ences in boundaries resulting from the rearrangement, comparable 
data for prior censuses could not be presented for Election Dis- 
tricts. 

DEFENITTONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

The definitionsand explanations that follow refer specifically 
to the 1960 Census of Agriculture but many of them also apply to 
earlier censuses. Most of the definitions consist of a resume* of 
the questionnaire wording, supplemented by excerpts from instruc- 
tions given to enumerators. For exact wording of the questions 
and of the instructions included on the questionnaire, see the 
facsimile of the 1960 Agriculture Questionnaire in the appendix 
of this report, 

GENERAL FARM INPORMATION 

Census Definition of a Fann.-For the 1960 Census of Agri- 
culture in Guam, a farm was defined as any "place" on which 
crops were grown in 1959, or on which any livestock, or five or 
more poultry, were kept on or about April 1, 1960. The word 
"place" designates eJI land under the control of one person or 
partnership, exclusive of land used b>y the United Stdtes Military 
Services. Control may have been exercised through ownership or 
management or through a lease, rental, permit, squatter, or gov- 
ernmental arrangement. 

To avoid biases arising from an enumerator's personal judg- 
ment as to what constitutes a farm, the Census Bureau stressed 
the concept that the Census of Agriculture was a census of agri- 
cultural operations (including fishponds) rather than a census of 
farms. Accordingly, enumerators were not given the definition of 



a farm but were instructed to obtain questionnaires for all per- 
sons who considered tiiemselves as farm operators and for all 
other persons who had charge of harvesting or gathering crops in 

1959, or of keeping livestock, poultry, or fishponds on April 1, 

1960. Consequently, questionnaires were filled for a number of 
places that did not qualify as farms. The determination as to 
which questionnaires represented farms was made during the proc- 
essing operations. Only those questionnaires meeting the Cen- 
sus definition of a farm were included in the tabulations. 

The 1960 Census definition of a farm is comparable with the 
definition adopted for the 1950 Census. In the 1940 Census, how- 
ever, a farm was defined as follows: "The term 'farm' . . . re- 
lates to any parcel or parcels of land— regardless of size and of 
value of production— on which crops were grown by one person, 
either alone or with the aid of members of his household or of 
hired help." Questionnaires containing reports of livestock only, 
with no crops, were considered to represent "nonfarm places." 
In the 1940 Census report for "Territories and Possessions," the 
1940 data for Guam are given for farms and nonfarm places sepa- 
rately. In the 1950 and 1960 reports, the 1940 data represent 
totals for farms and nonfarm places combined. 

In the 1930 Census, the questionnaire for crops contained the 
following definition of a farm: "A farm for Census purposes is 
all the land directly farmed by one person, either by his own labor 
alone or with the assistance of members of his household or hired 
employees." A separate questionnaire was used for the enumera- 
tion of livestock whether they were on farms or elsewhere. 

In the 1920 Census, also, separate questionnaires were used 
for crops and for livestock but neither one contained the defini- 
tion of a farm. Moreover, no attempt was made to classify data 
according to farms or nonfarm places. 

Farm Operator.— The term "farm operator" desi^ates a per- 
son who operates a farm, either doing the work himself or directly 
supervising the work. He may be the owner, a member of the own- 
er's hous^old, a hired manager, a tenant, a renter, a squatter, or 
a person who operates land under a permit or rentrfree arrange- 
ment with the Government of Guam. If he rents land to others, he 
is considered as operator only of the land he retains for his own 
use. For farms operated in partnership, only one partner is count- 
ed as an operator. By definition, the number of farm operators is 
the same as the number of farms. 

Farms Reporting.— Figures for "farms reporting" represent the 
number of farms for which the specified item was reported. For 
example, if there were 120 farms in an Election District and only 
100 had chickens on hand, the number of farms reporting chickens 
would be 100. The difference between the total number of farms 
and the farms reporting a particular item represents the number of 
farms not having that item, provided a correct report was received 
for all farms. 

Land in Farms.- The land to be included in each farm was de- 
termined from the answers to questions 2 through T» which relate 
to land tenure. (See the facsimile of the questionnaire in the ap- 
pendix.) The amounts of land reported as owned, rented from 
others, used under permit, occupied on a squatter basis, and fui^ 
nished by the Government were first added together and then the 
amount of land reported as rented to others was subtracted. The 
result represented the land in the farm. 

In both the 1960 and the 1950 Censuses, all data for land area 
were obtained in terms of hectares and ares rather than acres, as 
in earlier censuses. In this report, all figures for land area are 
given in terms of hectares (^ 100 ares = 1 hectare). The corre- 
sponding acreage figures for years prior to 1950 were converted 
to hectares (2.47 acres = 1 hectare). 

Land Owned.— All land that an operator and/or his wi fe 
held under title, purchase contract, homestead law, or as heir 
or trustee of an undivided estate was considered as owned. 



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XI 



However, the reports for land owned exclude land used by the 
United States Military Services. 

Land Rented to Otiiers.— This item includes all land that 
an operator rented or leased to others, except land used by 
the United States Military Services, and also land he assigned 
to others on a share basis or permitted others to occupy rentr 
free. 

Land Rented from Others.— This item includes land that 
the op)erator rented or leased from private owners, whether in- 
dividuals, partnerships, or corporations, and also land that 
he worked on shares for others. 

Land Used under Permit.— Ri eh ts to use land owned or 
controlled by the Government of Guam are in the form of per- 
mits rather than lease or rental arranpements. Accordingly, 
this item includes all land for which the operator had a Gov- 
ernment permit. 

Land Occupied as a Squatter.— This it«m includes all land 
that the operator occupied on a "borrower" liasis with nei- 
ther ownership rights to the land nor any kind of permit, 
lease, governmental, or rental agreement. 

Land Furnished with Living Quarters.— This item includes 
all Ian d that the Government of Guam furnished to the opera- 
tor in connection with living quarters. 

Land in Two or \tore Election Districts.- An individual 
farm was always enumerated in the Election District in which 
the farm operator lived, regardless of where the farmland was 
located. If an operator had a residence in more than one 
Election District, his farm was to be enumerated in the Elec- 
tion District where his family lived or, if he had no family, in 
the Election District where he lived for the greater part of the 
year. 

Land in Farms According to Use.— In thisreport, land in farms 
has been distributed according to the way in which it was used, 
as reported for the 1960 Census. The land uses described in the 
following paragraphs are mutually exclusive in that each hectare 
of IcUid was to be reported in only one land-use classification 
even though it may have had more than one use during the year. 
No reports of land use were required for places of less than 10 
ares. Since questions on land use were asked for the first time 
in the 1960 Census, there are no comparable data for earlier 
years. 

Land used for crops refers to all land that was used for 
crops at any time in 1959, except land used only for soil- 
improvement crops. It includes land from which any crop was 
harvested; land in growing crops to be harvested after 1959; 
and land planted to both bearing and nonbearing fruit and nut 
trees, plants, and shrubs. Land from which two or more crops 
were harvested in 1959 was to be reported only once. 

Cropland used for pasture includes all cropland that was 
used only for pasture in 1959, or in the first quarter of 1960. 
Land planted to crops was specifically excluded, even in 
cases where the crops were not harvested. 

Cropland not used for crops or pasture includes idle crop- 
land, land planted to soil-improvement crops not harvested, 
and any unused land that could, in the opinion of the operator, 
he satisfactorily cleared, planted, and cultivated for the pro- 
duction of field crops, vegetables, fruits, or nuts. 

Pastureland used for pasture or gazing includes -all land 
that was actually used for the grazing of livestock in 1959 or 
in the first quarter of 1960. It does not include any cropland, 
even if the cropland was used for pasture or grazing. 

Pastureland not used for pasture or g-azing includes all 
land that did not qualify as cropland but that could, in the 
opinion of the operator, support enough plant growth for graz- 
ing, provided the clearing and grazing of the land would not 
seriously damage it. 



Other land includes all land that did not qualify as either 
cropland or pastureland, such as house lots, bam lots, land 
area of ponds, ditches, swa/nps, steep slopes, cliffs, roads, 
brushland, wasteland, and forest areas. 

CROPS 

The 1960 agriculture questionnaire contained individual in- 
quiries for all crops commonly grown in Guam; space was also 
provided for the reporting of any additional crops that were har- 
vested in 1959. 

Field Crops and Vegetables.— The total quantity of each field 
crop and vegetable harvested in 1959 was always to be reported, 
even in cases where the farm area amounted to less than 10 ares. 
The area from which an individual crop was harvested was asked 
only if the quantity amounted to 50 pounds or more. Therefore, 
yields per hectare computed on the basis of the area and produc- 
tion figures in this report may be slightly overstated for some 
crops. 

In cases where two or more crops, or two or more plantings of 
the same crop, were harvested from the same land in 1959, the 
area was to be reported for each separate crop or planting, pro- 
vided the total production amounted to at least 50 pounds. For 
some Election Districts, therefore, the area given for crops may 
closely approximate, or even exceed, the area givtm for total land 
in farms. 

Fruits and Nuts.— Questions on fruits and nuts were separated 
into two groups on the 1960 questionnaire. For the fruits com- 
monly grown on farms, information was obtained for the total 
quantity harvested in 1959 and also for the number of trees or 
plants, both bearing and nonbearing, that were on the farni on 
April 1, 1960. For breadfruit, betelnuts, coconuts, gado and 
other wild root crops, guavas, soursops, starfruits, and anonas, 
the reported data represent total quantities harvested or gathered 
in 1959 by all members of the operator's household, both from 
land in the farm and from other land. 

Unit of Measure.— On the 1960 questionnaire, all quantities 
were to be reported in pounds. In earlier censuses, quantities of 
fruits harvested were generally reported in number of fruits. In 
this report, no attempt has been made to convert numbers of fruits 
(or nuts), as reported in previous censuses, to pounds. 

UVESTOCK AND POULTRY 

In accordance with the Census definition, an April 1 inventory 
of one or more farm animals or of five or more poultry qualified a 
place as a farm in both the 1960 and the 1950 Censuses. In ear- 
lier censuses, all livestock and poultry were enumerated, whether 
or not they were on places qualifying as farms according to the 
definitions then in effect. Except for milk cows and other cattle 
and calves, the data for the major livestock as given in thisreport 
are entirely comparable from one census year to another and rep- 
resent the total livestock in Guam. The 1960 and the 1950 data 
for poultry are also entirely comparable. Such lack of compara;- 
bility as may exist with earlier years is considered to be negli- 
gible. 

To avoid double counting in the enumeration, each farm opei^ 
ator was asked to report all livestock and poultry on his place as 
of April 1, regardless of ownership. Livestock running loose or 
grazing on public land were to be reported as being on the place 
operated by the person v\ho had control over them. 

Cattle and Calves.-In the I960 Census, "milk cows" were 
defined as cows that had teen milked at any time in 1959 or in 
1960, up to the time of enumeration. All other cows were to te 
included in the report for "other cattle and calves." Question- 
naires for the 1950 and 1940 Censuses contained no definition of 
milk cows but enumerators were instructed to report, as milk 
cows, all cows kept for the purpose of providing milk for human 
consumption. Therefore, the data for milk cows and other cattle 
and calves as given for 1960 are not strictly comparable with 
those for earlier years. 



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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1960 



FISHPONDS 

Only fishponds stocked with fish for food purposes were to be 
reported. 'Riis specification was given to enumerators so that 
ponds or pools kept for other purposes would not be reported. 

CLASSIFICATION OF FARMS 

Farms Ijy Size.— Farms were classified by size on the basis 
of the total land area established for each farm. According to the 
Census definition, a farm is essentially an operating unit, not an 
ownership tract. All land operated or maneiged by one person or 
partnership represents one farm. In the case of share-tenants, 
the land assigned to each share-tenant is considered a separate 
farm, even thou^ the landlord may consider his entire landhold- 
ing to be one unit, rather than several separate units. 

Farms hy Tenure of Operator.— Farms were classified by tenure 
of operator on the biasis of data for land owned, raited from 
others, used i^y permit, occupied as a squatter, or furnished by 
the Government. During the processing operations, each ques- 
tionnaire for the 1960 Census was coded to indicate whether the 
farm operator was to be classified as a full owner, part owner, 
tenant, permittee, squatter, or "other" operator. The various 
classifications of tenure, as used for the 1960 Census, are de- 
fined below: 

Full owners operate only land they own or land they own 

plus land they operate on a permit, squatter, or Government- 

fumished basis. 

Part owners operate land they own plus land they rent 
from others. 



Tenants operate only land they rent from others. 

Permittees have a permit from the Government for all the 
land they operate, or they have a permit for some of the land 
and occupy the remainder on a squatter basis. 

Squatters "borrow" all the land they operate, with no 
rental agreement with the owner. They neither own nor rent 
any land nor do they occupy any land by permit or other gov- 
ernmental arrangement. 

Others are operators who did not qualify for any of the 
foregoing classifications. All the land they operate may have 
been furnished by the Government in connection with living 
quarters; or the land they operate may be partly owned, partly 
rented from others, and partly held on a permit, squatter, or 
Government-furnished basis. 

The tenure classifications for the 1960 Census are more pre- 
cise than those used in earlier censuses. Data for 1940 and 1950 
were classified according to whether operators were "owners," 
"lessees," "renters," or "borrowers." Tliese terms may be 
rou^ly compared with the 1960 classifications as follows: 

Owners— Full owners and part owners 

Lessees— Permi ttees 

Renters— Tenants 

Borrowers— Squatters 

For exact definitions of the tenure classifications used in 
earlier censuses, see the 1950 report for Guam in "Territories 
and Possessions" (Volume I, Part 34, U, S, Census of Agricul- 
ture: 1950). 



STATISTICS FOR ELECTION DISTRICTS 

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GUAM 



Table 1. -POPULATION. LAND AREA, 



NUMBER OF FARMS, AND LAND IN FARMS, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: 
CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Total 

populfltion 

(number ) 



Total iBnd area 



Square miles 



Nujnber of farms 



Tflnd ill fama 



Total 
(hectares ) 



Average size of farm 
(hectares ) 



Guam, total 

AgaiSa 

AgaBa Heights 

Agat 

A£an 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot 

Dededo 

Ijiarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo, Including Ck>cos Islnnd 

Mnngmrmg^ Toto, Ualte 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

SLnaJana 

Talof of o 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Tigo 

Yona 



67, OU 

1,6« 
3,210 
3,107 
3,053 
5,430 

1,835 
5,126 
1,730 
1,965 
1,398 

3,015 
1,';67 
12,126 
3,862 
1,352 

5,944 

744 

7,682 

2,356 



54,131 

259 

259 

2,849 

1,554 

2,331 

1,554 
7,770 
4,921 
2,590 
1,554 

518 
1,813 
4,144 

259 
4,403 

1,554 
1,554 
9,065 
5,180 



2,028 

20 
97 
83 
111 
200 

148 
188 
133 
126 
119 

78 
18 



114 
47 
127 
128 



12,994 

1,643 
283 
169 
206 
S62 

330 
733 
1,245 
313 
300 

130 

49 

93 

162 

1,029 

221 

137 

1,295 

4,089 



6.4 

82.2 
2.9 
2.0 
1.9 
2.8 

2.2 
3.9 
9.4 
2.5 
2.5 

1.7 
2.7 

1.3 
1.7 
8.9 

1.9 
2.9 
10.2 
31.9 



Table 2.-LIVEST0CK AND POULTRY ON FARMS, APRIL 1. BY KIND: CENSUSES OF 1930 TO 1960 



(For definltlma 


Item 
and explnnatlons, eee text) 


Number 


{For deflnltlcns 


Item 
and explanatlcns , see text) 


Number 








984 

679 

1,560 

3,253 

5,860 
2,847 
5,845 
6,94a 

2,592 

748 
1,353 
1,003 

7,U8 

7,056 

14,089 

7,616 


Horses and colts 




1960... 

1950... 
1940... 
1930. . . 

1960. .. 








1950. . . 
1940... 
1930. . . 

I960.. . 


58 
126 

147 






1950... 
1940... 
1930... 

1960. .. 


137,071 








1950... 
1940... 
1930... 


132,781 
209,465 






1950. . . 
1940... 

1930... 

1960... 

1950... 
1940... 
1930... 


154,784 
2,137 


Hcgs and pigs 


1950. . . 
1940... 
1930. . . 


399 
1,027 
1,025 



4 ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table 3. -FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES-AREA AND QUANTITY HARVESTED: CENSUSES OF 1930 TO 1960 



{For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Area harvested 
(hectares ) 



Quantity harvested 
(pounds) 



FcT definitions and explanations, see text) 



Area harvested 
(hectares ) 


Quantity harvested 
(pounds) 


43 

15 

5 




162,826 
61,764 
36,840 


5 

(^) 




15,189 
3,686 

55 


24 
22 
128 
220 




67,519 
107,044 
756,415 
587,895 


59 

77 

293 

*18 




169,800 

280,742 

NA 

1,824,967 


11 
13 

1 




30,827 

13,628 

3,530 


15 
15 
80 
163 




97,753 

87,283 

840,015 

1,160,280 



Beans, green ^. 



Chinese cabbage. 



Eggplant . 



.1959. 
1949. 
1939. 

.1959. 
1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

.1959. 
1949. 

.1959. 
1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

.1959, 
1949. 
1939. 

.1959. 
1949. 
1939. 



28 
10 
2 

24 
4 
74 
67 

10 

56 

279 

881 

1,4.43 

35 
5 

21 
(^) 
(^) 



49,911 

33,072 

3,271 

95,497 

15,710 

472, 657 

195,511 

45,180 
'615 

99,600 

571,413 

2,033,528 

2,110,416 

167,675 

20,475 

25 

65,529 
2,869 

295 



Melons 1959 . . 

1949.. 
1939.. 

Peppers 1959 . . 

1949.. 
1939., 

Sweetpotatoes 1959. , 

1949., 
1939., 
1929. , 

Taro 1959. 

i'*.9. 
1939. 
1929. 

Tomatoes 1959 . 

1949. 
1939. 

Yams 1959 . 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 



NA Not available. 

^Reported as "beans" in censuses prior to 1960. 

^Less than 1 hectare. 

^Reported as "cabbage" in census of 1950. 



Table 4.-FRUITS AND COFFEE-NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS AND QUANTITY HARVESTED: 

CENSUSES OF 1930 TO 1960 



. (For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Trees or 
plants 
(number) 



Quantity harvested 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations. 



text) 



Trees or 
plants 
(number) 



^antlty harvested 



Unit 



Amount 



Avocados 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Bananas 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Coffee 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Grapefruit 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Lemons and lijnes 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 



2,798 
1,870 
10,220 
7,407 

153,687 
142,222 
535,240 
250, 521 

232 

7,968 

90,254 

101,488 

228 

51 

760 

225 

3,431 

1,564 

13,913 

9,594 



Pounds . , 
Humber. , 
Number . , 
Number . . 

Pounds . , 
Bunches, 
Bunches , 
Bunches , 

Pounds . . 

Pounds . , 
Pounds , . 
Pounds . , 

Pounds . . 
Number . . 
Number. . 
Number . . 

Pounds . . 
Number. . 
Number, . 
Humber. . 



41,931 

67,064 

959,881 

287,991 

660,966 
65,266 
301,264 
196,327 

120 

2,465 

42,686 

54,718 

4,775 

975 

19,726 

8,036 

53,774 

62,928 

1,241,923 

1,021,982 



Mangoes 1959 . 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Oranges 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

Papayas 1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 



Pineapples . 



Tangerines . 



.1959. 

1949. 
1939. 
1929. 

.1959. 
1949. 
1939. 



2,320 
1,758 
4,602 
6,263 

2,178 

860 

5,477 

4,891 

6,643 
2,211 
7,719 
6,847 

77,816 
35,603 
134,263 
157,528 

3,372 
1,995 
3,951 



Pounds. 
Number. 
Number. 
Number. 

Pounds. 
Number. 
Number. 
Number. 

Pounds. 
Number. 
Number. 
Number. 

Pounds. 
Number, 
Number, 

Number . 

Pounds. 
Number. 
Number. 



145,835 

428,072 

1,933,761 

1,184,248 

34,481 

25,003 

365,073 

393,047 

76,136 
10,504 
78,153 
96,712 

48,950 

10,726 

87,025 

118,233 

68,447 
74,713 
647,719 



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Table 5.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS. BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1960 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Size of farm 



Under 1 
hectare 



1 to 2 
hectares 



3 to 4 
hectares 



5 to 7 
hectares 



8 to 9 
hectares 



10 to 19 
hectares 



20 to 39 
hectares 



40 to 49 
hectares 



50 
hectares 
and over 



FAmiS AXD uum IN FADMS 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land In farms hectares . 

Percent dlatrlbutlon percent. 

Average size of farm hectares. 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland , total f aims reporting . 

hectares . 

Used for crops f anns reporting . 

hectares. 

Uaed for pasture farms reporting . 

hectares . 

Not used for crops or pasture farms reporting . 

hectares . 

Pastureland, total farms reporting. 

hectares . 

Used for pasture farms reporting. 

hectares. 

Not used for pasture farms reporting. 

hectares. 

All other land farms reporting. 

hectares . 

FARMS BY TENURE OF OPiiRAIOB 

Owners number. 

hectares . 

Full owners number. 

hectares . 

Part owners number. 

hectares. 

Tenants number. 

hectares . 

Permittees number. 

hectares. 

Squatters number. 

hectares. 

Others number. 

hectares. 

LIVESTOCK ON FARMS 

Carabaos farms reporting . 

number . 

Cattle and calves, total farms reporting. 

number. 

Ulllt cows farms reporting. 

number. 

Other cattle and calves farms reporting. 

number. 

Goats and kids farms reporting . 

number. 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting . 

number. 

Horses and colts farms reporting . 

number. 

Chickens 4 months old and over farms reporting. 

number. 

SPECIFIED FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES HARVESTED 

Com, dry farms reporting. 

hectares . 
pounds. 

Cucumbers farms reporting. 

hectares, 
pounda. 

Taro farms reporting . 

hectares, 
pounds. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2,028 
100.0 

12,994 

100.0 

6.4 



1,360 
6,887 



1,U3 
1,319 



478 
3,605 



264 
1,963 



348 
3,434 



302 
3,020 



67 

414 



881 
2,673 



1,267 
10,639 



1,253 
10,420 



14 
219 



72 
316 



316 
1,001 



355 
953 



293 

984 



1,021 
5,860 



1A7 
305 



992 
5,555 



456 
2,592 



1,220 
7,118 



36 
124 



1,879 
137,071 



100 

30 

44,585 

UO 

35 

167,675 



815 
40.2 

136 
1.0 
0.2 



284 

76 



242 
57 



251 
51 



615 
87 

614 
87 

1 



155 
36 



60 
137 



334 
858 



330 
823 



160 
635 



453 
1,782 



738 
34,824 



16 

2 

4,035 



(Z) 
1,565 

112 

.5 

28,365 



549 
27.1 

795 
6.1 
1.4 



468 
529 



382 

333 



137 
131 



250 
174 



302 
440 



297 
431 



82 

130 



134 
180 



99 
195 



273 
876 



264 

827 



127 
558 



331 
1,584 



513 
29,720 



34 

7 

10,635 

27 
3 

11,506 

187 

17 

63,685 



368 
18.2 

1,283 
9.9 
3.5 



335 

760 



275 
344 



130 
233 



101 
183 



96 
221 



81 
182 



202 
302 



125 
446 



124 
441 



193 
667 



35 
119 



53 
167 



196 
819 



186 

770 



90 
432 



228 



353 
24,902 



21 

7 

14,520 

26 

3 

10, 580 

lU 

19 

34,615 



87 
4.3 

512 
3.9 
5.9 



82 
335 



64 
113 



47 
154 



58 
342 



56 
329 



58 
259 



25 
185 



55 
685 



82 
12,296 



3 
3,550 

8 

2 

8,450 

28 
5 

15,010 



362 
2.8 

8.4 



39 
211 



23 

102 



35 
287 



34 
279 



30 
185 



29 

170 



34 
185 



42 
5,576 



5 

2 

2,330 

5 
3 

17,014 



3 
4,345 



86 


45 


4.2 


2.2 


,142 


1,232 


8.8 


9.5 


13.3 


27.4 


79 


42 


597 


692 


67 


32 


193 


110 


46 


30 


283 


379 


21 


U 


121 


203 


36 


19 


303 


304 


28 


14 


232 


2U 


12 


8 


71 


90 


52 


29 


242 


236 



65 
890 



63 
868 



26 
136 



64 
456 



18 
259 



58 

720 



82 
13,272 



5 

1 

1,750 

16 

7 

51,170 

24 

3 

13,225 



38 
1,111 



38 
1,111 



36 
491 



34 
417 



11 
220 



36 
410 



40 
4,311 



5 

1 
1,535 



3 
13,045 



6,290 



467 

3.6 

42.5 



10 
158 



9 

37 



3 
13 



6 

189 



3 
123 



7 
120 



10 
423 



10 
423 



8 

113 



10 
1,940 



5 
3 

4,850 

5 

13 

33,200 



2 
3,450 



ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table 5.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, BY SIZE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1960-Continued 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Size of farm 



Under 1 
hectare 



1 to 2 
hectares 



3 to i 
hectares 



5 to 7 
hectares 



8 to 9 
hectares 



10 to 19 
hectares 



20 to 39 
hectares 



40 to 49 

hectares 



50 
hectares 
and over 



SPEGIFIZD nraiTS AND NUTS HMIVESTED 

Avocados farms reporting. . 

trees. . 
pounds. . 

Bananas , cooking f ariDS reporting . . 

hills.. 

pounds . . 

Bananas, eating farms reporting.. 

hi Us., 
pounds . . 

Lemons and limes farms reporting. . 

trees . . 
pounds.. 

Ifengoes farms reporting. . 

trees . . 
pounds. . 

Oranges farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds. . 

Papayas farms reporting . . 

trees. . 
poiinds . . 

Pineapples farms reporting . . 

plants . . 
pounds. . 

Tangerines farms reporting- . 

trees., 
pounds . . 

Breadfruit^ farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Betelnuts farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Coconuts^ fanns reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Gado and other wild root crops farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Guavas* farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Soursops^ farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Starf rults farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 



Flehponda farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
area, square feet... 

Average size of fishpond area, square feet... 



474 

2,798 

41,931 

851 

70,094 

314,728 

889 
83,593 
346,238 

602 
3,431 

53,774 

498 

2,320 

145,835 

407 
2,178 
34,481 

417 

6,643 

76,136 

165 
77,816 
48,950 

422 

3,372 

68,447 

513 
315,406 

161 
37,583 

882 
1,113,967 

134 
59,025 

177 
10,689 

182 
15,656 

81 
7,776 



12 
2,479 



116 

430 

7,180 

243 
7,218 
52,905 

294 

8,603 
53,460 

168 
509 

10,244 

129 
282 

21,370 

89 

276 

1,600 

129 

726 

8,216 

28 
1,158 
2,068 

93 

295 

4,990 

113 
41,264 

38 
5,303 

233 
105,159 

29 
7,060 

36 
1,415 

20 
1,286 

15 
1,155 



3 

4 

959 



131 

519 

7,210 

282 
22,335 

109,273 

274 
24,243 

98,525 

181 

803 

11,370 

159 

492 

42,400 

126 

392 

8,829 

134 

1,883 

13,050 

57 
8,727 
9,397 

110 

507 

17,990 

171 
101,297 

41 
11,275 

284 
273,538 

51 
17,750 

68 
3,342 

63 
3,215 

21 
1,601 



107 

475 

9,690 

178 
20,787 
67,555 

168 
16,618 
54,303 

119 

608 

12,635 

93 

670 

28,505 

78 

283 

5,253 

81 
1,316 
9,300 

41 
7,264 
6,620 

86 

467 

8,124 

94 
49,670 



7,555 

176 
251,449 

18 
13,170 

32 
2,337 

35 
1,900 

15 
2,115 



28 

303 
3,205 

37 

5,391 

28,980 

41 
7,409 
31,810 

30 

381 

4,190 

30 

151 

21,460 

26 

206 
2,595 

21 

550 

28,015 

12 
9,519 



35 
262 

8,605 

32 

30,385 

11 
1,520 



111,240 



11 
2,905 



12 
1,350 



20 
2,105 



19 

197 

1,490 

20 
2,644 
8,785 

20 
2,637 

7,710 

21 

241 

3,550 

16 

157 

4,740 

18 

140 
3,130 

9 

559 

2,970 

6 
1,590 
1,865 



20 
16,990 



6 

1,400 



29 
57,010 



5 
11,600 



6 
445 



8 
2,460 



37 

353 

5,815 

47 

5,831 

22,340 



6,635 
39,995 

42 

338 
6,085 

32 

174 

13,350 

34 

546 

5,315 

23 

895 

4,245 

11 
47,750 
18,300 

35 

752 

11,928 

40 
36,000 

20 
5,875 

57 
147,021 

7 
1,620 

12 
890 

17 

1,700 

9 
1,325 



2 

2 
240 



22 
225 

3,378 

25 
2,868 

10,200 

29 
7,963 
23,155 

27 

260 

3,740 

25 

193 

8,895 

21 

151 

5,909 

12 

292 

6,180 

7 
1,338 

2,470 

25 

334 

8,990 

25 

21,100 

7 
1,280 

34 
79,350 

7 
2,170 

9 
830 

11 

1,795 

7 
575 



1 
900 



3 
12 

1,110 



805 

2,540 

7 
3,465 
9,250 

3 

38 

410 



15 
2,100 

5 
20 

1,000 

2 

220 
1,000 

1 
300 
100 

4 
47 
400 

7 
9,250 

4 
1,000 



12,200 

3 
750 



2 

160 



11 

284 

2,853 

13 
2,215 
12,150 

12 
4,020 
28,030 

11 

253 

1,550 

10 

186 

3,015 

10 
164 
850 

6 

202 

3,160 

2 
170 
320 

13 

428 

3,955 

11 
9,450 



13 

77,000 



3 
2,000 



1 
60 



6 
1,075 



2 

5 
380 



^Lces than 1 hectare. 

^Harvested or gathered from trees or plants on farms and elsewhere. 



GUAM 

Table 6.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1960 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 



Tenants Permittees Squatters 



FARMS AND LAND IN FAME 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent . 

Land in farms hectares . 

Percent distribution percent . 

Average size of farm hectares . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland, total farms reporting. 

hectares . 

Used for crops farms reporting . 

hectares . 

Used for pasture farms reporting . 

hectares . 

Not used for crops or pasture farms reporting. 

hectares . 

Pastureland , total farms reporting . 

hectares . 

Used for pasture farms reportljig . 

hectares . 

Not used for pasture farms report! ng . 

hectares . 

All other land farms reporting . 

hectares . 

FAR-'C BY SIZE OF FARM 

Under 1 hectare number . 

hectares . 

1 to 2 hectares number . 

hectares . 

3 to i hectares number . 

hectares . 

5 to 7 hectares number . 

hectares . 

8 to 9 hectares number . 

hectares . 

10 to 19 hectares number . 

hectares . 

20 to 39 hectares number . 

hectares . 

40 to <i9 hectares number . 

hectares . 

50 hectares and over number . 

hectares . 

LIVESTOCK ON FARMS 

Carebaos farms reporting . 

number . 

Cattle and calves, total farms reporting. 

number . 

Milk cows farms reporting . 

number . 

Other cattle and calves farms report Ing . 

number . 

Goats and kids farms reporting . 

number . 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting . 

number . 

Horses and colts farms reporting . 

number . 

Chickens ^ months old and over farms reporting. 

number . 

SPECIFIED FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES HARVESTED 

Com, dry farms reporting. 

hectares . 

pounds . 

Cucumbers farms report ', ng . 

hectares . 

pounds . 

Taro farms reporting. 

hectares . 
pounds . 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2,026 
100.0 

12,994 

100.0 

6.4 



1,360 
6,867 

1,113 
1,319 

478 
J, 605 

264 
1,963 

346 
3,434 

302 
3,020 

67 
414 

881 
2,673 



815 
136 



549 
795 



368 
1,283 



87 
512 



43 
362 



86 
1,142 



45 
1,232 



11 
467 



24 
7,065 



293 
984 



1,021 
5,860 



147 
305 



992 
5,555 



456 
2,592 



1,220 
7,118 



36 
124 



1,879 
137,071 



100 

30 

44,585 

no 

35 
167,675 

501 

59 

169,600 



1,253 
61.8 

10,420 

80.2 

8.3 



750 
5,480 



621 
768 



270 
3,018 



125 
1,694 



184 
2,704 



163 
2,464 



39 
240 



543 
2,236 



614 

87 



297 
431 



124 
442 



56 
329 



33 

278 



63 
868 



39 
1,111 



10 
423 



17 
6,451 



184 
662 

669 
4,490 

92 
198 

655 
4,292 

267 
1,512 

764 
4,526 

24 
80 

1,156 
82,698 



63 

16 

25,480 

64 

13 

69,610 

282 

29 

91,850 



14 
0.7 

219 
1.7 
15.6 



12 
103 



1 
(M 



2 
163 



7 
100 



10 
180 



12 

1,487 



1 

1 

700 



(') 
910 



72 
3.5 

316 
2.4 
4.4 



57 
246 



31 
200 



2 
102 



41 
260 



39 
229 



50 
346 



66 

7,846 



6 

2 

2,250 



1 
2,606 

12 
2 

5,690 



316 
15.6 

1,001 
7.7 
3.2 



290 
582 



249 
311 



62 

148 



80 
123 



72 

180 



54 
130 



167 
239 



82 
130 



193 
667 



126 
454 



121 
418 



74 
347 



176 
653 



301 
23,574 



7 

2 

5,170 

26 

3 

6,440 

117 

18 

42,445 



355 
17.5 

953 
7.3 
2.7 



242 
439 



186 
163 



86 
189 



76 
399 



70 
300 



140 
115 



155 
36 



134 
160 



35 

119 



3 
349 



60 
163 



169 

497 



162 
474 



90 
627 



210 
1,022 



330 
20,442 



22 

8 
10,705 

13 

6 

55,160 

60 

10 

27,040 



8 ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table 6.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS, BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1960-Continued 



Item 
(For definitlcms and explanations, see text) 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 



Part owners 



Permittees Squatters 



SPECIFIED FRUITS AMD NUTS HARVESTED 

Avocados farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds . . 

Bananas, cooking farms reporting.. 

hills., 
pounds . . 

Bananas, eating farms reporting.. 

hills . . 
pounds. . 

Lemons and limes farms reporting . . 

trees . . 

pounds . . 

Mangoes farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds . . 

Oranges farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds . . 

Papayas farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds .. 

Pineapples farms reporting . . 

plants . . 
pounds . . 

Tangerines farms reporting . . 

trees . . 
pounds . . 

Breadfruit^ farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Betelnuta ^ farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Coconuts^ farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Gado and other wild root crops ' farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Guavas^ farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Souraops ^ farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Starfruits^ farms report tng.. 

pounds . . 



Fishponds farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 
area, square feet... 

Average size of fishpond area, square feet... 



A74 

2,798 

41,931 

851 
70,094 
ni,728 

889 

83,593 

346,238 

602 
3,431 
53,774 

498 

2,320 

145,835 

407 
2,178 
34,431 

417 

6,643 

76,136 

165 
77,816 
48,950 

422 
3,372 
68,447 

513 
315,406 

161 
37,583 

882 
1,113,967 

134 
59,025 

177 
10,689 

182 
15,656 

81 
7,776 



12 
2,479 



319 

1,937 

31,147 

531 
35,363 
213,940 

550 
49,003 
258,081 

394 

2,218 

37,898 

370 

1,801 

155,830 

273 

1,613 

24,625 

285 
4,630 
62,296 

93 
67,203 
38,395 

275 
2,443 
54,112 

344 
228,354 

109 
24,103 

575 
749,327 

95 
40,045 

132 
7,980 

124 
12,541 

56 
5,990 



6 

7 

2,053 



6 
95 

50 

5 

264 

1,550 

5 

466 

2,505 



40 
100 



70 
680 

5 
106 
600 

5 
135 

365 

1 

50 

300 

6 
97 



5 
3,405 

3 
1,050 

9 
6,920 

3 

135 

3 
112 



1 

4 

330 



23 
1,150 

26 
2,297 
8,090 

26 
1,976 
6,345 

10 
27 
800 

10 

32 

1,380 

7 
17 
525 

11 

169 

1,580 

6 
665 
S30 

9 

39 

1,725 

10 
5,780 

3 
220 

16 
15,280 



3 
360 



7 
435 



86 

549 

5,984 

159 
20,933 

53,105 

148 
14,350 
34,693 

103 

732 

8,000 

54 

211 

5,075 

56 

233 

2,112 

59 
1,195 
6,305 

36 
5,610 
5,405 

64 

544 

5,750 

61 
30,192 

16 
3,530 

124 
164,260 

12 
11,100 

16 
712 

25 
1,285 

10 
521 



53 

188 

3,420 

123 
10,404 
34,873 

151 
15,280 
38,954 



404 
6,666 

54 

192 

11,690 

64 

205 

6,419 

54 

500 

5,440 

26 
3,588 
2,825 

67 

247 

6,775 

87 
43,415 

26 
4,060 

151 
173,280 

22 

7,045 

22 

1,505 

24 
1,325 

10 
940 



833 

3,170 

9 
2,518 
5,660 

4 

10 
310 

5 

14 

1,180 

2 

4 

200 

3 
14 
150 

3 

700 
1,195 

1 
2 
85 

6 
4,260 

4 
4,620 

7 
4,900 

2 

700 

I 
20 

1 
30 

2 

210 



Z Reported in small fractions . 

^Less than 1 hectare. 

^Harvested or gathered from trees or plants on farms and elsewhere. 



GUAM 

Table 7.-FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, BY SIZE OF FARM, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Size of farm 



Under 1 
hectare 



1 to 2 
hectares 



3 to i 
hectares 



5 to 7 
hectares 



8 to 9 
hectares 



10 to 19 
hectares 



20 to 39 
hectares 



iO to i9 
hectares 



50 
hectares 
and over 



Guam I total . 



Agafia 

Agana Heights . 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 



Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inara Jen 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 



Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Sinajana 

Talofofo 



Tamming. 
Umatac , . . 

Ylgo 

Yona 



Guam, total . 



AgaSa 

Agana Heights. 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 



Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inara Jan 

Mangilao 

Merlzo 



Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Sanan Jana 

Talofofo 



Taraunlng. 
Umatac . . . 

Ylgo 

Yona 



Number of farms 



2,028 

20 

97 

83 

Ul 

200 

1^ 
138 
133 
126 
119 

78 
18 
77 



127 
123 



12,99i 

1,643 
283 
169 
206 
562 

330 
733 
l,2i5 
313 
300 

130 
49 
98 

162 
1,029 

221 

137 

1,295 

4,039 



9 
60 
28 
43 
119 

65 

30 
26 
74 
44 

46 
2 
58 
49 
23 

68 
U 
29 

31 



5 

U 
7 



3 
10 
12 
24 
23 

22 
104 
17 
12 
19 



Lftnd iji fsnas (hectares) 



1,283 

10 
36 
42 
81 
92 

78 
360 
63 
45 
69 

41 
27 
15 
29 
47 

42 

35 

129 

42 



15 
97 
26 

16 

70 

46 
74 
159 
67 
59 

16 
10 
15 
10 
151 



251 
37 



1,232 

48 
20 
26 

27 

21 

77 
48 

117 

25 
33 



176 
37 



310 
220 



1,559 
78 



128 
549 

98 



58 
450 



350 
3,522 



Less than 1 hectare. 



10 ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table 8. -FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, BY TENURE OF OPERATOR, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 



Part owners 



Squatters 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agaoa Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgade 

Chalan Pago and Ordot . . . 

Dededo 

Inapa Jan 

hfemgllao 

Merizo 

Mangmong, Toto, ^feite . . . 

Piti 

Santa Rita 

Sine Jana 

Talofofo 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 

Guam, total 

Agaoa 

Agafia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrigada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot . . . 

Dededo . 

Inaxa jan 

Mangllao 

Msrizo 

Mongmong, Toto, ^felte... 

Piti 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamuning 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 

^Less than 1 hectare . 



Number of fanns 



2,028 

20 

97 

83 

111 

200 

148 
188 
133 
126 
119 

78 
18 
77 
98 
116 

114 
47 
127 
128 



12,994 

1,643 
283 
169 
206 
562 

330 
733 
1,245 
313 
300 

130 
49 
98 

162 
1,029 

221 

137 

1,295 

4,089 



1,253 

16 
72 
46 
63 
162 

105 
42 
73 
97 
91 

59 
3 
69 
56 
79 

74 
11 
53 
82 



10,420 

1,611 
216 
101 
113 
449 

263 
241 
964 
164 
240 

109 

11 

87 

109 

899 

168 

74 

580 

4,021 



Land in farms (hectares) 



2 
162 



1 
23 
19 
22 

13 
115 

4 
12 

4 

7 
13 

15 
16 

4 

11 

34 

2 



1,001 

6 
4 
52 
59 
56 

25 
399 
20 
40 
13 

17 
37 



11 

26 

151 

2 



14 
13 
34 
45 

42 

27 
72 
(') 
12 

1 
1 
2 



31 

34 

494 

56 



<M 



22 



5 



1 

3 

44 

8 



GUAM 11 

Table 9.-FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, BY OWNERSHIP, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 





All land 


in farms 


Land 


owned 


Lajid rented 
to others 


land rented 
from others 


I^nd occupied 
by permit • 


Land occupied 
by squatters 


Land furnished 
by Government 




Farms 
report- 
lug 


Hectares 


Farms 
report- 
ing 


Hectares 


Farms 
report- 
ing 


Hectares 


Farms 

report- 

Ing 


Hectares 


Farms 
report- 
ing 


Hectares 


Farms 
report- 
ing 


Hectares 


Farms 
report - 


Hectares 


Guam, total 


2,028 

20 
97 
83 
111 

200 

lig 
188 
133 
126 
119 

78 
18 
77 
98 
116 

114 
47 
127 
128 


12,994 

1,643 
283 
169 
206 
562 

330 

733 

1,245 

313 

300 

130 
49 
98 
162 
1,029 

221 

137 

1,295 

4,089 


1,277 

16 
74 
46 
63 
163 

105 
44 
76 
99 
93 

59 
3 
72 
56 
85 

75 
11 
54 
82 


9,534 

1,610 

213 

87 

95 

448 

263 

287 
946 

182 
202 

107 

12 

57 

109 

246 

167 

24 

507 

3,972 


18 
2 

"3 

2 

5 

2 

1 
2 

1 


26 

'ii 

2 


92 

3 
8 
2 

5 

2 
5 
21 
3 
7 

6 

5 

14 

3 

4 

"3 

1 


433 

26 
48 
4 

12 

(M 

8 

174 

74 

12 

4 

4 
14 

17 

8 

26 

2 


414 

1 

3 

26 

24 

25 

14 

116 

6 

15 

14 

7 
13 
21 
15 
52 

5 
16 
39 

2 


1,284 

6 
7 
64 
74 
64 

21 
409 
53 
59 
61 

17 
41 
17 
34 
107 

14 

78 

156 

2 


428 

1 
17 
12 
29 
11 

30 
23 
35 
13 
25 

7 

2 

12 

12 

48 

31 

25 
51 

44 


1,759 

1 
16 
14 
37 
48 

47 
27 
72 

(M 

28 

2 

1 

20 

5 

662 

31 

35 

608 

105 


30 

4 
1 
2 

"5 

4 

4 

1 
1 
4 

2 
2 


12 








(') 




(M 




1 








2 








(') 








(M 


Pi-ti 






") 




(• 




(M 




1 



















^LesE than 1 hectare . 



Table 10. -FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS, ACCORDING TO USE, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agafia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangilao 

Merizo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

PitI 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamuning 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 

Guam, total 

Agana 

Agafia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot, 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangilao 

Merizo 

Mongmong, Toto, Maite, 

Piti 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo , 

Taimmiiig 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 



Cropland 



Used for crops 



Used for 
pasture 



Not used for 
crops or 
pasture 



Used for 
pasture 



Not used for 
pasture 



All other 
land 



Number of farms 



20 
97 
83 
111 
200 

148 
188 
133 
126 
119 

78 
18 
77 
98 
116 

114 
47 
127 
128 



12,994 

1,643 
283 
169 
206 
562 

330 
733 
1,245 
313 
300 

130 
49 
98 

162 
1,029 

221 

137 

1,295 

4,089 



17 
32 
53 

58 
79 

86 
163 
130 

43 
105 

51 
16 
40 
77 
109 

63 
43 
104 
91 



6,887 

64 
52 

109 
97 

241 

91 
437 
961 
197 
205 

103 
35 
56 
75 

395 

83 

67 

573 

3,046 



1,113 

16 
29 
42 
44 
70 

82 
115 
74 
26 
100 

47 
16 
39 
65 
100 

52 
42 
76 
78 



Land In farms (hectares) 



9 
25 
69 
40 
92 

57 

158 

103 

58 

97 

42 
28 
31 
41 
188 

26 

17 

109 

129 



3,605 

29 
16 
27 
24 
109 

24 
120 
760 
109 

95 

22 
7 
23 
23 
146 

28 

41 

347 

1,655 



1,963 

26 
11 
13 
33 
40 

10 

159 

98 

30 

13 

39 

(M 
2 

11 
61 

29 

9 

U7 

1,262 



3,434 

1,574 
46 
55 
35 
44 

59 
46 
130 



12 
5 
37 
68 
28 

36 

70 

690 

297 



3,020 

1,566 
44 
32 
85 
41 

18 
30 
60 
30 
71 

9 
2 
37 
51 
24 

36 

70 
481 
283 



8 

2 

23 

(M 

3 

41 
16 
70 



3 
3 
(M 
17 
4 



209 
14 



4 
36 

4 
23 
42 

100 
1J.2 
15 
36 
104 

11 
6 

26 
9 

69 

99 

1 

102 

82 



2,673 

5 

185 

5 

24 

277 

180 
250 
154 
36 
23 

15 

9 

5 

19 

606 

102 

(M 

32 

746 



^Less than one hectare. 



12 ELECTION DISTRICTS 

Table ll.-LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY ON FARMS, APRIL I, BY KIND, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



• Carabaos 



Farms 
reporting 



FannB 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



Other cattle 



Farms 
reporting 



Goats and Idds 



Farms 
reporting 



Guam, total 

Agana 

AgaSa Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllap 

Uerizo 

Biangmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Sinajana 

Talofofo 

Tajaming 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 



1,021 

12 
44 
24 
57 
115 

83 
69 
93 



21 

31 
42 

25 

25 

63 

102 



733 
118 
86 
263 
456 

273 
233 
848 
387 
342 

135 

11 

125 

121 
273 

82 
122 
310 
942 



12 
43 
22 
57 
109 

81 
63 
93 
94 

81 



24 
60 
102 



78 
254 
430 

268 
209 
817 
349 
336 

133 
11 
114 
108 
219 



119 
275 
936 



19 
126 
221 

19 
207 

123 
179 
183 
243 



72 
11 

139 
42 

206 

100 

63 

346 

249 



Election district 



Hogs and pigs 



Horses and colts 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



reporting 



Pigeons 



Farms 
reporting 



Faims 
reporting 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agana Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Cbalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangilao 

Merizo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tanuning 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 



14 
46 
57 
65 
125 

87 
104 
99 
70 
81 

40 
7 
52 
39 
61 

74 
35 
77 
87 



116 
163 
320 
225 
759 

284 
812 
731 
255 
241 

170 
26 
431 
218 
404 

327 
231 
851 
554 



17 
88 
71 
96 
192 

133 
180 
131 
115 
114 

69 
16 
71 
89 
108 



124 
112 



137,071 

4,489 
4,851 
7,245 
3,069 
15,681 

5,929 

8,841 

12,910 

12,405 

5,574 

5,335 
2,790 
3,628 
5,132 
8,256 

7,144 

1,450 

13,617 

8,675 



12 
54 
181 
23 
75 

54 
125 

30 

912 

9 

37 
34 
66 
55 
25 

115 

7 

211 

112 



13 
83 
76 
52 
140 

40 
140 

29 
445 

93 

243 

50 

448 



78 
118 



GUAM 



13 



Table 12. -FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED, BY 

ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Green beans 



Fanns 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Chljiese cabbage 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Com, dry 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Guam, total 

Agans 

Agafla Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



4 

(') 
1 

2 



1 
3 
2 

(M 



1 

2 

1 

(') 

3 






49,911 

1,000 
200 

1,120 
580 

3,770 



3,2i0 
4,856 
2,325 
360 
3,560 



350 
650 
150 
600 
9,550 



250 
1,055 
12,650 
3,645 



1 

(M 
(M 



(1) 

1 

(M 



(■) 
(M 

(^) 

4 



2 

1 



45,180 

2,000 
90 
115 



1,140 
495 

2,445 
800 

2,500 



350 

110 



30 
22,675 



100 
8,580 
1,400 



(') 






1 
5 



1 
1 

1 

5 



1 

7 



95,497 



100 
7,445 

330 
2,652 



6,300 

3,060 

200 

12,100 



1,250 

1,000 

900 

870 

35,535 

1,900 

4,910 
4,525 
12,420 






(M 

3 



500 
1,700 



2,250 
1,170 
15,130 
4,175 
2,310 



50 

245 

5,510 



2,275 
1,500 
3,820 



Com, green 



Eggplant 



Green onions 



Election district 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agafia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



3 
5 



2 

1 
2 
1 

(') 



(M 
(') 
(M 



(M 

1 

3 



55,015 



800 

4,450 

95 

6,750 



2,570 
1,080 
7,500 
1,070 
1,320 



1,500 

400 

50 

290 

21,875 



1,000 

500 

1,600 

2,165 



1 

( = ) 

(M 

5 



1 
2 
3 
(') 
1 



4 



'J' 

15 
2 



2,000 

100 

45 

160 

35,095 



6,660 

2,355 

9,700 

45 

22,300 



1,075 

100 

270 

730 

29,305 



180 

10 

54,960 

2,585 



(') 

(') 
1 



1 
4 
1 
1 



1 
1 

1 

4 



2 

3 



210 
420 

2,530 
190 

3,555 

4,005 
7,155 
6,265 
1,895 
2,325 



1,787 

1,100 

730 

1,105 

14,715 



1,005 

895 

10,660 

4,982 






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1 



1 

2 



22,487 



55 
638 
125 
615 



160 
1,105 
4,840 
2,014 

840 



275 
900 

70 
4,080 



320 

100 

2,760 

3,590 



Mingo beans 



Peppers 



Election district 



reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Farms 
reporting 



Pounds 
harvested 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agafia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



(M 



81,601 



100 
40 
20 



10 
482 

135 



0) 



(M 



(M 


2,420 


1 


746 


4 


15,700 


(M 


25 


3 


39,565 



2 

1 



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1 



1 
(1) 



1 



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4,810 
1,720 






100 
6 



1,000 

75 

648 

15 

1,765 



640 

1,350 

440 

10 

300 



180 

50 

105 

441 

5,342 



1,775 
960 



^Less than 1 hectare. 
Area not reported for farms harvesting less than 50 pounds . 



14 



ELECTION DISTRICTS 



Table 12. -FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED BY 

ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960-Continued 



Election district 



Gxiam, total 

Agaoa 

Agana Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrigada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte. 

Pltl 

Santa Rita , 

Slnajana , 

Talofofo 

TamuE-ljig , 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 



Pumpkliis 



Farms 

reporting 



Election district 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agana Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malte 

Plti 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamuning 

Umatac 

Yigo 

Yona 



(M 
(M 
(M 



1 
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(M 



2 



6 

1 



Pounds 
harvested 



43,330 



20 
90 

2,825 
100 

2,205 



5,005 

2,050 

2,400 

30 

950 



40 

7,540 



665 

200 

17,750 

1,215 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



1 

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3 



Pounds 
harvested 



169,300 



2,325 
7,330 
3,455 
6,945 



11,395 

11,110 

5,600 

1,125 

20,800 



3,125 
1,350 
7,120 
3,975 
26,475 



3,100 
12,280 
25,000 
17,290 






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Pounds 
harvested 



100 
300 
105 



900 

220 

3,039 



30 
1,660 



500 
1,040 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



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Pounds 
harvested 



30,827 



(M 


512 


(M 


240 


1 


2,175 


(M 


101 


2 


1,385 


(M 


390 


1 


1,465 


1 


2,660 


iM 


375 


2 


14,629 




95 

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(M 


395 


1 


2,035 



3,150 
l.WO 



Pounds 
harvested 



Sweetpotatoes 



Farms 
reporting 



Watermelons 



Farms 
reporting 






6 



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3 



(M 

3 
2 



Pounds 
harvested 



77,225 



310 
525 



10,150 



1,200 

5,830 

26,150 

7,320 



1,155 



50 
10,520 



200 

200 

10,650 

2,965 



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1 

5 



Pounds 
harvested 



67,519 



149 
250 

2,200 
550 

1,300 



),e5o 

5,170 

1,200 

3,100 

400 



1,025 
525 



445 
32,540 



11,150 
5,185 



Farms 
reporting 



1 



1 
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1 

2 






Pounds 
harvested 



97,753 



295 
4,103 

750 
2,165 

10,065 

2,225 

900 

4,800 

19,773 



995 

50 

5,885 

830 

24,425 



235 

3,379 

2,830 

14,048 



^l£ss than 1 hectare. 

^Area not reported for farms harvesting less than 50 pounds . 



GUAM 



15 



Table 13. -FRUITS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS. APRIL 1. 1960, AND QUANTITY 
HARVESTED, 1959, BY ELECTION DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Bananas, cooking 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
bills 



Bananas, eating 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 

UllB 



Custard apples 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agaiia Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malta 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofof o 

Tamunlng 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



2,793 



56 

■VO 
80 
160 
139 



191 
119 

13 
174 
141 



232 

104 
41 
27 

179 



67 
20 
616 
399 



650 
2,550 
1,175 
2,365 
3,260 



2,525 
2,584 

250 
1,330 

406 



1,915 
100 

1,280 
570 

4,280 



1,705 



11,625 
3,361 



70,094 



1,252 
645 

4,480 
594 

2,815 



3,811 
9,612 
7,537 
3,537 
6,185 



3,565 
1,519 
955 
1,743 
8,123 



399 

580 

7,436 

5,306 



2,110 
2,345 

20, 100 
3,360 

19,850 



15,813 
21,440 
44,300 
12,710 
81,020 



14,345 
1,760 

15,795 
6,835 

28,985 



14,120 
7,965 



1,300 
1,062 
5,617 
451 
2,490 



2,654 
2,387 
12,486 
16,05 
5,913 



2,475 

1,495 

667 

2,106 

16,167 



2,755 

965 

9,767 

11,231 



346,238 



1,140 
6,655 
25,890 
1,894 
6,925 



14,633 
10,358 
66,440 
4,155 
63,355 



11,525 
1,740 

10, 635 
9,375 

50,490 



5,882 
1,230 
15,100 
38,816 



30 
520 



Grapefruit 



Lemons and limes 



Mangoes 



Oranges 



Election district 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agana Helgbts 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot, 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Malta 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamuning 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



2,980 



150 
285 



39 
21 

115 
54 

232 



231 
169 
255 
274 
246 



35 

60 
44 
43 
275 



294 
45 
629 
370 



430 
1,450 
1,140 
1,045 
4,198 



5,775 
4,585 
2,825 
3,060 
1,235 



1,300 
125 

1,925 
465 

8,380 



1,900 

120 

8,155 

5,661 



26 
36 

194 

43 

482 



238 
82 

101 
61 

256 



45 
62 
93 
26 
143 



22 

45 
175 
190 



145,835 



1,800 
4,360 

28,650 
4,685 

22,355 



13,100 

300 

6,125 

575 

20,250 



4,825 
100 
10,510 
3,175 
7,400 



100 
3,425 
5,775 
8,325 



2,178 



22 

12 
35 

160 
150 



165 
38 
135 
289 
151 



30 

45 

3 

12 

144 



137 

36 

357 

257 



500 
815 
710 
305 
545 



2,090 
110 

3,690 
225 

4,605 



100 
500 
170 
157 
8,380 



195 

450 

4,075 

6,859 



Papayas 



Pineapples 



Tangerines 



Election district 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Farms 
reporting 



Number of 
trees 



Farm 
reporting 



Nrmiber of 
trees 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agana Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada. 

Chalan Pago and Ordot 

Dededo 

Inarajan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Mongmong, Toto, Maite 

Pltl 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamuning 

Umatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



6,543 



125 
50 
540 
113 
190 



707 
335 
1,048 
238 
271 



216 
110 
102 
190 
823 



418 
49 
523 
595 



76,136 



100 
1,550 
30,280 
1,765 
2,315 



4,645 

3,750 

3,100 

425 

3,450 



1,470 
300 
2,160 
2,196 
4,170 



1,915 

60 

1,930 

10,555 



77,816 



323 

90 

1,455 

148 

657 



4,381 
1,215 
3,500 
202 
18,853 



95 
1,105 

30 

771 

2,106 

1,072 

50 

41,335 

428 



48,950 



150 
7,075 

708 
1,168 



4,990 
2,265 

3,385 



30 
200 



930 
975 



15,795 
385 



123 
38 
43 
212 
301 



304 
66 
81 

260 
58 



51 

94 

1 

28 

126 



106 
71 
775 
634 



960 
2,640 

265 
2,800 
3,450 



4,964 
800 
1,555 
4,560 
1,253 



1,125 

50 

500 

12,380 



15,110 
15,420 



16 



ELECTION DISTRICTS 



Table 14. -SPECIFIED CROPS -FARMS REPORTING AND QUANTITY HARVESTED OR GATHERED. BY ELECTION 

DISTRICTS: CENSUS OF 1960 



Election district 



Gueun, total 

Agaoa 

Agana Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrlgada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

InRrajan 

Uangllao 

Merizo 

Uongmong, Toto, Ualte. 

Mti 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

Tamunlng 

Uisatac 

Ylgo 

Yona 



Fajns 
reporting 



1,060 

90 

1,005 

420 



U5 

105 



100 
130 



Farms 
reporting 



315,^6 



9 


6,535 


12 


4,915 


27 


28,320 


18 


9,850 


il 


19,800 


55 


23,130 


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2,512 


22 


22,340 


1 


10,000 


58 


35,974 


5 


760 


2 


3,625 


12 


7,920 


6 


1,005 


83 


61,865 


40 


7,240 


13 


9,050 


41 


28,100 


52 


32,465 



Farms 

reporting 



37,583 



1 


50 


7 


1,905 


2 


70 


4 


253 


6 


525 


4 


355 


11 


5,650 



1,470 

120 

6,915 



1,965 
2,340 
2,465 
6,370 



Fanne 
reporting 



25 

6 

24 

21 

107 



3,114 
40,875 
22,770 

9,730 
46,235 



120,801 

160,400 

39,625 

86,635 



9,870 
32,625 

7,550 

11,800 

171,488 



52,495 
28, UO 
100,600 
169,244 



Election district 



Gado aiid other 
wild root crops 



Sours ops 



Farms 
reporting 



FazTQS 
reporting 



Faims 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



Guam, total 

Agana 

Agane Heights 

Agat 

Asan 

Barrigada 

Chalan Pago and Ordot. 

Dededo 

Inara jan 

Mangllao 

Merlzo 

Uongmong, Toto, Maite. 

Pit! 

Santa Rita 

Slnajana 

Talofofo 

TaMmlng 

Unatac 

ngo 

YnnR 



15,656 



7,776 



1,500 
950 

1,000 
625 
725 



3,200 

230 
550 



2,400 

315 

35,770 



100 

180 

8,255 



5 


240 


3 


335 


5 


180 


16 


1,265 


37 


2,267 


14 


765 


4 


110 


2 


80 


1 


200 


11 


380 



2 


140 


2 


70 


35 


1,180 


6 


720 


1 


5 


13 


1,000 


17 


1,680 



3 


720 


7 


535 


7 


580 


9 


725 


10 


380 


7 


330 


11 


535 


2 


240 


3 


725 


26 


889 


5 


770 


2 


100 


4 


205 


32 


1,557 


3 


95 


1 


40 


30 


5,095 


20 


2,135 



1 


200 


3 


375 


1 


50 


4 


485 


1 


60 


10 


1,825 


12 


476 


1 


100 


4 


100 


2 


150 


1 


100 


7 


960 


1 


40 


8 


370 


i 


io 


12 


1,625 


12 


850 



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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 



AGRICULTURE 



Puerto Rico 



MUNICIPALITIES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



U.S. CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1959 

Final Report — Vol. I — Part 53 — Municipalities 



FARMS • FARM CHARACTERISTICS 
LIVESTOCK and PRODUCTS 
CROPS • FRUITS • VALUES 



Puerto Rico 




/ji 



MUNICIPALITIES 



Prepared under the supervision of 
RAY HURLEY, Chief 
Agriculture Division 




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Luther H. Hodges, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Richard AA. Scammon, Director (From May 1, I 96 I J 
Robert W. Burgess, Director (To March 3, 1961) 





BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

KlCHARD M. SCAMMON, Director 



A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Lowell T. Galt, Special Assistant 

Herman P. Miller, Special Assistant 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 

Julius Shiskin, Chief Economic Statistician 

Joseph F. Daly, Chief Mathematical Statistician 
Charles B. Lawrence, Jr., Assistant Director for Operations 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief International Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Agriculture Division — 

Ray Hl'rley, Chief 

Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Cliiij 

Orvin L. WiLHiTE, Assistant Chitf 

Field Division — 

Jefferson D. McPike, Chief 

Ivan G. Munro, Assistant Chief 
Machine Tabulation Division — 

C. F. Van Aken, Chiej 

Henry A. Bloom, Assistant Chiej 
Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chiej 
Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chiej 
Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chiej 
Construction Statistics Division — Samuel J. Dennis, Chiej 
Decennial Operations Division — Glen S. Taylor, Chiej 
Demographic Surveys Division — Robert B. Pearl, Chiej 
Economic Operations Division — Marion D. Bingham, Chiej 
Electronic Systems Division — Robert F. Drury, Chiej 
Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chiej 
Geography Division — William T. Fay, Chiej 
Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chiej 
Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, Chief 
Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chiej 
Personnel Division — James P. Taff, Chiej 
Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chiej 
Statistical Methods Division — Joseph Steinberg, Chiej 
Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chiej 
Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 
Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chiej 

Statistics in this report supersede figures shown in Series AC59-1 and AC59-2, 
Preliminary Reports 

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: A60-9482 



SUGGESTED CITATION 

U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1959. Vol. I, 
Municipalities, Part 53 Puerto Rico 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1961 



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 75 cents 



PREFACE 



Volume I, Counties, is one of the five principal reports presenting the results of the 
1959 Census of Agriculture. Tliis volume, in 54 parts, presents the compilation of the 
information given by farm operators to census enumerators in 1959. 

Tlie 1959 Census of Agriculture was taken in conformity vvitji the Act of Congress of 
August 31, 1954 (Eunended August 1957), which codified Title 13, United States Code. 

The collection of the data was carried out by census enumerators directed by super- 
visors appointed by the Director of the Bureau of the Census and workinfi under the 
direction of Robert B. Voight, then Chief, Field Division. Paul R. Squires, then Special 
Assistant to the Director, was responsible for the recruitment of the field staff. The plan- 
ning of the census and the compilation of the statistics were supervised by Ray Hurley, 
Chief, Agriculture Division, Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chief, and Orvin L. Wilhite, 
Assistant Chief. The technical work for ttie census was performed by Hector Vila, Agri- 
cultural Economist. The compilation of the statistics was under the supervision of Lois 
G. "liller. 

Acknowledgment is made of the valuable assistance of the Puerto Rico Department of 
Agriculture and the University of Puerto Rico, for their loan of personnel from the Puerto 
Rico Extension Service and other agencies to serve as census crew leaders and for tech- 
nical assistance in connection with Uie planning and enumeration of the 1959 Census of 
Agiculture for I\ierto Rico, 



November 1961 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 
FINAL REPORTS 

Volume I — Counties — A separate part for each State. Statistics on number of farms; farm characteristics; acreage in farms; cropland 
and other uses of land; land-use practices; irrigation; farm facilities and equipment; farm labor; farm expenditures; use of commercial 
fertilizer; number and kind of livestock; acres and production of crops; value of farm products; characteristics of commercial farms, farms 
classified by tenure, by size, type, and economic class; and comparative data from the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

Volume I is published in 54 parts as follows: 



Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 




New England States: 




West North Central — Continued 




Mountain: 


1 


Maine. 


19 


South Dakota. 


38 


Montana. 


2 


New Hampshire. 


20 


Nebraska. 


39 


Idaho. 


3 


Vermont. 


21 


Kansas. 


40 


Wyoming. 


4 


Massachusetts. 




South Atlantic: 


41 


Colorado. 


5 


Rhode Island. 


22 


Delaware. 


42 


New Mexico. 


6 


Connecticut. 


23 


Maryland. 


43 


Arizona. 




Middle Atlantic States: 


24 


Virginia. 


44 


Utah. 


7 


New York. 


25 


West Virginia. 


45 


Nevada. 


8 


New Jersey. 


26 


North Carolina. 




Pacific: 


9 


Pennsylvania. 


27 


South Carolina. 


46 


Washington. 




East North Central: 


28 


Georgia. 


47 


Oregon. 


10 


Ohio. 


29 


Florida. 


48 


California. 


11 


Indiana. 




East South Central: 


49 


Alaska. 


12 


Illinois. 


30 


Kentucky. 


50 


Hawaii 


13 


Michigan. 


31 


Tennessee. 




Other Areas: 


14 


Wisconsin. 


32 


Alabama. 


51 


American Samoa. 




West North Central: 


33 


Mississippi. 


52 


Guam. 


15 


Minnesota. 




West South Central: 


53 


Puerto Rico. 


16 


Iowa. 


34 


Arkansas. 


54 


Virgin Islands. 


17 


Missouri. 


35 


Louisiana. 






18 


North Dakota. 


36 
37 


Oklahoma. 
Texas. 







Volume II — General Report. — Statistics by Subjects, United States Census of Agriculture, 1959. Summary data and analyses of the 
data by States, for geographic divisions, and for the United States, by subjects, as illustrated by the chapter titles listed below: 



Chapter 


Title 


Chapter 


Title 


I 


Farms and Land in Farms. 


VII 


Field Crops and Vegetables. 


II 


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


VIII 


Fruits and Nuts, Horticultural Specialties, Forest Prod- 


III 


Farm Facilities, Farm Equipment. 




ucts. 


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 — Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. Western States 
(Dry Areas) — Data by States for drainage basins and a summary 
for the area, including number and types of irrigation organiza- 
tions, source of water, expenditures for works and equipment since 
1950, water used and acres served for irrigation purposes. 

Volume IV — Drainage of Agricultural Lands. Data by States on 
land in drainage organizations, number and types of organizations, 
cost of drainage and drainage works. 



Volume V — Special Reports, Part 1. — Horticultural Specialties. 

Statistics by States and a svimmary for the United States present- 
ing number and kinds of operations; gross receipts and/or gross 
sales; sales of nursery products, flower seed, vegetables grown 
under glass, and propagated mushrooms; number of container- 
grown plants; inventory products; sales of bulb crops; employ- 
ment; structures and equipment. 

Titles of additional parts of this volume are not available as 
this report goes to press. 



IV 



PUERTO RICO 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 



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History of the census of agriculture IX 

Legal basis for the Census IX 

The agriculture questionnaires IX 

The enumeration X 

Processing operations XI 

Sampling; 

Use of sajnpling for the 1959 Census of Agriculture XII 

Description of the sample for the 1959 Census XII 

Adjustment of the sample XII 

Method of estimation XIII 

Reliability of estimates based on the sample XIII 

Differences in data resulting from differences in tabulations XIII 

Definitions and explanations XIV 

General farm information: 

The census date XIV 

Comparability of data for various censuses XIV 

A farm XIV 

Farm operator XV 

Farms reporting or operators reporting XV 

Land ovmed , rented , and managed XV 

Land owned XVI 

Land rented from others XVI 

Land rented to others XVI 

Land area XVI 

Land in farms XVI 

Land in farms according to use XVI 

Cropland used for crops XVI 

Pastureland suitable for crops XVI 

Pastureland not suitable for crops XVI 

Land not used for crops or pasture occupied by hills and mountains XVI 

Land occupied by buildings, roads, and wasteland XVII 

Irrigated land XVII 

Off-farm work by farm operator XVII 

Facilities and equipment XVII 

Farms by kind and ownership of work power XVII 

AgregadoE living on farms XVII 

Medianeros (sharecroppers) XVIII 

Farm labor XVIII 

Specified farm expenditxires XVIII 

Presentation of statistics XIX 

Puerto Rico tables XIX 

Municipio tables XIX 

Minor civil division tables XIX 

Livestock XIX 

Cows and heifers, cows milked, and milk sold XIX 

Goats and goats milked XIX 

Comparability with previous censuses XIX 

Crops : 

Crops harvested XXI 

Field crops XXI 

Vegetables XXI 

Fruits XXI 

Classification of farms: 

Farms by size XXI 

Farms by tenure of operator XXII 

Farms by economic class XXII 

Farms by type XXIV 

Statistics for parcelas XXIV 

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VI CONTENTS 

Chapter A— STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table— Page 

1. — Number and area of farms, 1910 to 1959 3 

2.— Number and area of farms, by size of farm, 1910 to 1959 3 

3 .—Number and area of farms, by tenure of operator, 1910 to 1959 3 

U . — Farms reporting and number of livestock on farms , 1910 to 1959 U 

5. — Farms reporting and area of vegetables harvested for sale, 1929 to 1959 K 

6. — Farms reporting, area, and quantity harvested for the principal crops, 1909 to 1959 5 

7. — Farms reporting, number of trees or plants, and quantity harvested for the principal fruits 

and coconuts, 1910 to 1959 6 

8. — Farms and farm characteristics by economic class of farm: Census of 1959 7 

9. — Farms and farm characteristics of commercial farms by type of farm by economic class of farm: Census of 1959 13 

10. — Farms and farm caaracteristios of commercial farms by type of farm: Census of 1959 37 

11. — Farms and farm characteristics of commercial farms by size of farm: Census of 1959 iO 

12. — Farms and farm characteristics of commercial farms by tenure of operator: Census of 1959 A3 

13. — Farms reporting type of v/ork power used, by ownership and by tenure of operator: Census of 1959 U^ 

14. — Sampling reliability of estimated totals by number of farms reporting, by levels, 1959 46 

15. — Indicated level of sampling reliability of estimated totals for specified items, 1959 47 

Chapter B— STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 
Xiuniclpio Table — 

1. — Number of farms and land in farms classified by use: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 50 

2. — Number of farms and land in farms classified according to use, by size of farm: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 52 

3. — Number of farms and land in farms classified according to use, by tenure of operator: Censuses of 1959 and 1950.... 60 

4. — Land owned, rented, and managed by farm operators: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 65 

5. — Number of farms by economic class and type of farm: Census of 1959 66 

6. — Farm operators reportint; off-farm work by major occupation groups and days worked: Census of 1959 68 

7. — Facilities and equipment on farms: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 70 

8. — Agregados and medianeros — n\imber of families and land cultivated by agregados and medianeros: Censuses of 1959 

and 1950 72 

9. — Farm labor — farms reporting, number of persons and hours worked on farms during week preceding enumeration: 

Census of 1959 73 

10. — Farm expenditures — farms reporting and amount expended for feed, fertilizer, and hired labor: 

Censuses of 1959 and 1949 74 

11. — Farms reporting and number of horses, burros and mules, sheep, and goats on farms; and goats milked: 

Censuses of 1959 and 1950 75 

12 . — Farms reporting and number of cattle on farms : Censuses of 1959 and 1950 76 

13. — Farms reporting and number of milk cows on farms, cows milked, cattle and calves sold, and milk sold; 

Censuses of 1959 and 1950 77 

14. — Farms reporting and number of hogs and pigs on farms, sows farrowing, pigs raised, and hogs and pigs sold: 

Censuses of 1959 and 1950 78 

15. — Farms reporting and number of chickens on farms, number of chickens sold, and dozens of eggs sold: 

Censuses of 1959 and 1950 79 

16. — Farms reporting and number of turkeys, ducks, geese, guineas, and pigeons on farms; number of hives of bees on 

farms, and honey produced: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 80 

17. — Sugarcane — farms reporting, area, and quantity harvested, 1959 and 1949; sugarcane cut for seed, 1959; area 

in sugarcane, November 1, 1959; and area in gran cultura for harvest in 1960. 82 

18. — Pineapples — farms reporting, area, and quantity harvested, 1959 and 1949; and area in pineapples, November 1, 1959.. 84 

19. — Coffee and tobacco — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 85 

20. — Cotton'and rice — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 86 

21. — Cowpeas and pigeon peas — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 87 

22. — Dry beans and corn — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 88 

23. — Sweetpotatoes — farms reportin^i, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 89 

24. — Dasheens and yams — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 90 

25. — Taniers and cassava — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 91 

26. — Miscellaneous field crops — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and quantity sold, 1959 and 1949 92 

27. — Foraije crops — farms reporting and area harvested, 1959 and 1949 93 

28. — Vegetables harvested for sale — farms reporting, area, quantity harvested, and value of sales, 1959 and 1949 94 

29. — Citrons — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 101 

30. — Coconuts — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 102 

31. — Bananas and plantains — farms reporting and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 103 

32.— Grapefruit — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 104 

33. — Oranges — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 105 

34. — Limes — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 106 

35. — Avocados — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 107 

36. — Cacao — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 108 

37. — Guavas — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 109 

38. — Mangoes — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 110 

39. — Papayas — farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950; quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 Ill 

40.— Breadfruit— farms reporting, number of trees, and area, 1959 and 1950;- quantity harvested and quantity sold, 

1959 and 1949 112 

41. — Parcelas and parcela characteristics: Censuses of 1959 and 1950 113 

APPENDIX 

The 1959 Census of Agriculture Questionnaire 117 

Enumerator ' s Record Book 120 



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PUERTO RICO 



THE 1959 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE 



INTRODUCTION 

History of the Census of Agriculture.— The first census of 
agiculture taken in Puerto Rico by the United States was made 
as of April 15, 1910. From 1910 to 1950, a census of agricul- 
ture was taken in conjunction with the census of populaticm at 
each decennial enumeration. In 1935, a special census of Puerto 
Rico was taken by the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administrar 
tion. The 1959 Census was taken separately from the 1960 Cen- 
sus of Population, 

Legal Basis for the Census.— The 1959 Census of Agriculture 
was authorized by an Act of Congress, as were all prior cen- 
suses of agriculture. "Title 13, United States Code— Census,* 
codified in August 1954, and amended in August 1957 and 
September I960, is now the legal basis for censuses of agricul- 
ture and other censuses and surveys conducted by the Bureau 
of the Census. Section 142, para^aph (a), of Title 13 makes 
provision for the Census of A^culture. It reads as follows: 



"The Secretary shall, be^nning in the month of October 
1959, and in the same month of every fifth year thereafter, 
take a census of agriculture, provided that the censuses 
directed to be taken in October 1959 and each tenth year 
thereafter, may, when and where deemed advisable by the 
Secretaiy, be taken instead in conjunction with the censuses 
provided in section 141 of this title." (Section 141 reiaies to 
the decennial censuses of population, unemployment, and 
housing to be taken as of the first day of April of each decen- 
nial year^ Under authority granted by Section 4 of Title 13, 
the Secretary of Commerce delegated "the functions and 
duties imposed upon him by this title" to the Director of the 
Bureau of the Census. 



The Agriculture Questionnaires. — Two questionnaires were 
used for the 1959 Census of Agriculture. One of these question- 
naires contained spaces for listing the name of the head of the 
household for each dwelling in the area, and the names of ten- 
ants and owners for places on which no one lived. This ques- 
ticHinaire contained inquiries regarding the size of the place, 
and was used to determine when an agriculture questionnaire 
was to be filled for a farm. If the size of the place was between 
one-fourth and 3 cuerdas, the listing form contained six addi- 
tional inquiries regarding these places, designated as "par- 
celas." The inquiry regarding parcelas secured information 
regarding the value of two groups of farm products sold. Data 
for parcelas are presented in Municipio TEible 41. 



The other questionnaire, the questionnaire for farms, was to 
be filled for all places containing 3 or more cuerdas, and con- 
tained i;i0 inquiries relatedto farm operatorcharacteristics; land 
in farms according to tenure of operator; area harvested, quantity' 
harvested, and quantity sold for individual crops; area in fruit 
orchards and planted nut trees, number of fruit trees, and quan- 
tity of fruit harvested and sold; land in farms according to use; 
facilities on farms and number of certain selected farm equip- 
ment; number of agregados and medianeros and land cultivated 
by them; number of farm workers; specified expenditures; number 
of the important classes of livestock on farms; production and 



INTRODUCaON 

Historia del Censo de A^cultura.— El primer censo de agri- 
cultura levantado en Puerto Rico por los Fstados Unidos se 
efectud el 15 de abri! de 1010. Desde 1910 hasta el 1950 el 
censo de agricultura se hacia simultaneamente con el censo de 
poblacio'n, cada diez ainos. En el 1935 un censo especial fue' 
levantado por la Administracion de Reconstruccion de Puerto 
Rico. En el 1959 el censo de agricultura se hizo separeulo del 
censo de poblacicJh del I960. 

Base legal para el censo.— Al igual que todos los anteriores 
censos de agricultura, el censo de agricultura de 1959 fue 
autorizado por ley del Congreso de los Estados Unidos. "El 
Tftulo 13, del Codigo Censal de los Estados Unidos," 
codificado en agosto de 1954, y enmendado en agosto de 1957 
y en septiembre de 1960, es la base legal para los censos de 
agricultura, y de otros censos y estudios llevados a cabo por 
el Negociado del Censo. La seccion 142, parrafo (a), del Tftulo 
13, es la que asegura el censo de agricultura. Lee como sigue: 

"El Secretario debe empezar en el mes de octubre de 1959, 
y de aqui en adelante, cada cinoo afios y en el mismo mes, a 
tomar el censo de agricultura, con tal de que los censos a 
tomarse en octubre de 1959 y en cada diez anos de aqui en 
adelante, pueden, cuando y donde el Secretario conceptue 
aoonsejable, tomarse coniuntamente con los censos estipula- 
dos en la secci<5n 141 de este titulo." (La seccion 141 se 
relaciona a los censos decenales de poblacidn, desempleo, y 
vivienda que se toman para el primero de a.\yn\ en cada afio 
decenal.) Baio la autoridad ooncedida en la seccio'n 4 del 
Tftulo 13, el Secretario de Comercio delega "las funciones y 
deberes impuestos sobre el por este tftulo" al Director del 
Negociado del C^nso. 

Cuestionarios usados en el Censo de A^cultura de 1959.— 
Dos cuestionarios fueron usados para el censo de agicultura 
de 1959. Uno de estos cuestionarios contenia espacio para 
anotar el nombre del jefe de faniilia de cada vivienda en el area 
y el nombre de los arrendatarios o duenos de los sitios donde 
no vivfa nadie. 15ste cuestionario contenfa preguntas relacio- 
nadas al tamano del sitio, usadas para determinar cuando un 
cuestionario agrfcola deberfa ser tornado para una finca. Si el 
tamano del sitio era entxe 1/4 y 3 cuerdas, el registro contenia 
seis preguntas adicionales relacionadas a estos sitios, desig- 
nados como parcelas. Las preguntas relacionadas a parcelas 
contenfan informacion respecto al valor de las ventas de dos 
grupos de productos agnoolas. Los datos para parcelas estan 
presentados en la tabla por municipio numero 41. 



El otro cuestionario, el cuestionario para fincas, fue tornado 
para todos los sitios de 3 cuerdas o mas y se componia de 130 
preguntas relacionadas con las caracterfsticas del operador 
de la finca; terrene en la finca de acuerdo con la tenencia; area 
cosechada, cantidad cosechada y cantidad vendida de cada pro- 
ducto agrfcola; area sembrada en huertos frutales y arboles de 
nueces, numero de arboles frutales y cantidad de frutas cose- 
chadas y vendidas; terrene en la finca, clasificado de acuerdo 
con el uso; facilidades y numero de cierto equipo en la finca; 
numero de agregados y medianeros yterreno cultivado por ellos; 
numero de trabajadores agricolas; gastos especificados; numero 



CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 



sales of important livestock items; and location of farmland. 
Facsimilies of the two questionnaires appear in the appendix. 



Tte Enumeration.— A good census requires a complete as 
well as an accurate enumeration. Several techniques were used 
to help obtain a good ceftsus in 1959. Every person hired to do 
work in connection with the 1959 Census of Agriculture received 
specialized training fcr his job. A staff member of the Washing- 
ton office trained the 29 crew leaders. THie crew leaders, in 
turn, trained and supervised approximately 465 enumerators. All 
training was presented according to procedures contained in 
various guides and manuals prepared by the Bureau. The train- 
ing program included map-reading, practice interviewing, and 
practice filling of questionnaires and other census forms. In 
most instances, training sessions were held near the areas in 
vdiich employees worked and immediately prior to the beginning 
of their assignments. 



Instructions covering census procedures were designed in 
such a manner that objective criteria were supplied, and enu- 
merators were not expected to rely on theirovm opinions or judg- 
ments concerning census entries or classifications. For ex- 
ample, an enumerator was required to complete an a^culture 
questionnaire when specified ccmditions were met. He was not 
required to decide first what constituted a farm and then to ob- 
tain a questionnaire. Instead, a questionnaire was completed 
whenever minimum conditions were satisfied. Then, during cen- 
tral office processing operations, a decision was made— on the 
basis of carefully defined criteria^-as to which questioimaires 
represented farms. 

To help in insuring the completeness of the enumeration, enu- 
merators were provided with a specially designed Enumerator's 
Record Book in which to list the names of heads of households 
for the dwellings in their enumeration districts and the names of 
the tenants or owners for places on which no one lived. The 
Enumerator's Record Book contained also a question about the 
size of the place. The answer to this question determined 
whether an agricultural questionnaire was required. 

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

In general, the rural districts with no well-defined cluster of 
dwellings were considered to be open-country areas and were 
classified as Group A enumeration districts. For Group A enu- 
meration districts the enumerator was required to list in his 
Enumerator's Record Book the name of the head of each house- 
hold within his district. If no one lived on a tract of land, he 
was required to list the name of the person who rented the land, 
worked it on shares, used it for livestock, or, if the land was 
not used for agricultural purposes, the name of the owner. 

Urban areas and villages with approximately 150 or more 
dwellings were classified as Group C enumeration districts. For 
Group C enumeration districts, the enumerator was given a list 
of farm operators enumerated in the 1950 Census of Agriculture 
and was instructed to visit each place listed and find out 
whether an agriculture questionnaire was required. Any place 
used for agriculture was to be listed in his Enumerator's Record 
Book and an Eigricultural questionnaire was to be obtained. If 
the place was no longer used for a^culture, an explanation was 



de las distintas clases de ganado en la finca; produccidh y 
venta delos productos de ganaderfa mas importante; y ubicaci6n 
del terreno en la finca. Facsimiles de los dos cuestionarios 
aparecen en el ap^ndice. 

La enumeracicHi.— Un buen censo requiere una enumeracion 
completa y exacta, Diversas tecnicas fueron usadas en el 1959 
para obtener un buen censo. Cada persona reclutada para tra^ 
bajar con el censo de agricultura de 1959 recibid adiestramiento 
especializado para su trabajo. Un miembro del personal de la 
oficina de Washington adiestro 29 jefes de grupos. Los jefes 
de grupos adiestraron y supervisaron el trabajo de aproximada- 
mente 465 enumeradores. Todo el adiestramiento se presentd 
de acuerdo a los procedimientos explicados en varias guias y 
manuales preparados porla oficina del censo. El adiestramiento 
incluyd la leyenda de mapas, entrevistas de pr^ctica, y llenai 
cuestionarios y otras formas censales de practica. Corriente- 
mente, el programa de adiestramiento se llevd a cabo cerca de 
las areas en las cuales los enumeradores trabajaron, e inmedia- 
tamente antes de empezar sus trabajos. 

Las instrucciones relacionadas al censo fueron trazadas de 
tal manera que suplian criteria objetiva, y el enumf^rador no 
tenfa que depender de su opinion o juicio al hacer anotaciones 
o clasificaciones durante el censo. For ejemplo, al enumerador 
se le requerfa que Uenara un cuestionario cuando se encontrara 
con ciertas condi clones especificadas en las instrucciones. No 
se le requerfa que decidiera si el sitio era una finca o no. Un 
cuestionario fud llenado cada vez que las condiciones mfnimas 
fueran encontradas. En la oficina central se decidia, a base de 
criterios definidos, cuales cuestionarios representaban fincas. 



Para ayudar a asegurar una enumeracidn completa, a los 
enumeradores se les proveyd un Libro de Registro en el cual 
anotaban el nombre del jefe de familia de cada vivienda 
localizada en sus distritos de enumeracidn, y el nombre del 
arrendatario o del dueno de los terrenes en el cual no vivfa 
nadie. Este libro conten'a una pregunta relacionada al tamaffo 
del sitio. Si se requena un cuestionario para el sitio, dependfa 
de la contestacidn a esta pregunta. 

Para mantener el costo de enumeracidn a un minimo, se 
desarrollaron procedimientos para limitar la enumeracion de 
jefes de familias y sitios en &eas urbanas y areas residen- 
ciales. Antes de la enumeracion, los distritos se clasificaron 
en dos grupos, de acuerdo a la cantidad de viviendas con relar 
cion a la cantidad de fincas, segiin aparecfa en los censos de 
agricultura y poblacidn del 1950. 

Por lo general, los distritos rurales se consideraron como 
campo abierto Sin tener un grupo de viviendas definido, y se 
clasificaron como distritos de enumeracion del grupo A. Al 
enumerador se le requerfa que anotara en su libro de registro el 
nombre de todo jefe de familia que viviera en este distrito. Si 
nadie vivia en los terrenes a enumerar, se le requena que ano- 
tara el nombre de la persona que rentaba el terreno, o lo 
trabajaba a media, o lo tenfa para uso de ganado; o si el terreno 
no se usaba para propdsitos agrfcolas, el nombre del duePfo. 

Las areas urbaneis, y aldeas de aproximadamente 150 o m6s 
viviendas, se clasificaron como distritos de enumeracion del 
grupo C. En estos distritos a los enumeradores se les suplio 
una lista de los agricultores enumerados en el censo de agri- 
cultura de 1950, y tenfan instrucciones de visitar cada uno de 
estos sitios y averiguar si se requerfa tomar un cuestionario 
agrfcola, Todo terreno usado con propo'sitos agncolas, locali- 
zado en estos distritos, tenfa que ser anotado en el Libro de 
Registro y se tomaria un cuestionario agrfcola. Si el sitio ya 



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lo be made on the list furnished the enumerator. The enumerator 
was instructed to ask at each of these places whether there were 
any other farms or any places of 3 or more cuerdas in the nei^- 
borhood. In covering his enumeration district, the enumerator 
was instructed to proceed in a systematic manner from a logical 
starting point. He listed each place and each dwelling on suc- 
cessive lines in the Biumerator's Record Book. In addition, he 
was required to identify these on his enumerator's map with a 
cioss-reference to the Eiivimerator's Record Book. This proce- 
dure helped him to determine, by looking at his map, the extent 
of covereige at any given time. It eJso helped the crew leader 
in checking to see that coverage was complete. 



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



When the land in an individual farm was located in two or more 
barrios or municipios, the entire farm was enumerated in only 
one barrio and one municipio. If the farm operator lived on the 
farm, the farm was enumerated in the barrio and municipio in 
w^ich the farm operator lived. If the farm operator did not live 
on the farm, the figures for the farm were included in the barrio 
and municipio in w^ich the farm headquarters v/aa located. If 
there was any question as to the location of the headquarters of 
the farm, the farm and all the data for it were included in the 
barrio and municipio in which most of the land was located. 

Some farms were given special attention to insure their in- 
clusion in the enumeration. Prior to the enumeration, a list of 
large farms (farms containing 200 or more cuerdas) was prepared 
from records of the 1950 Census of Agriculture. During the enu- 
meration a careful check was made to see that each large farm 
was accounted for. This procedxire helped to insure that farms 
which could have a significant effect upon the census data were 
not omitted frcwi the enumeration. 

After the canvass of an envmieration district was completed, 
the supervising crew leader collected the questionnaires and 
other records from the enumerator and sent them to the San Juan 
office. While assembling records for shipment to the Agriculture 
Processing Office at Parsons, Kansas, the San Juan office 
checked to see that the enumeration in each enumeration dis- 
trict was reasonably complete, that the sampling procedure 
was correctly applied and that all large farms had been enumer- 
ated, 

PROCESSING OPERATIONS 

Checking, editing, and coding were performed for individual 
agriculture questionnaires at the Agriculture Operations Office 
at Parsons, Kansas. The checking consisted of seeing (1) that 
the questionnaires were completely filled out; (2) that the eicre- 
age of individual crops harvested was in reasonable agreement 
with the acreage of cropland used for crops; (3) that the amount 
of land classified according to use accounted for the entire farm 
area; (4) that the age and sex breakdown for cattle and hogs 
added to the total number of animals of all ages; and (5) that 
all entries for related items were reasonably consistent. Editing 
consisted of the identification and withdrawal of questionnaires 
filled for places not qualifying as farms; the selection of ques- 
tionnaires with entries of unusually large size for review by the 
technician; the selection of groups of questionnaires with com- 
mon reporting errors in an individual enumeration district for re- 
ferral to the technician for review; and the correction of obvious 



no era usado con propositos agrfcolas, se .1 ;ba una explicacion 
en la lista provista. El enumerador tenfa instruccionea de pre- 
guntar en cada uno de estos sitios sihabfa otras fincas o sitios 
de tres o mds cuerdas en la vecindad. Al enumerador se le 
instruyo que procediera de una manera sistematica desde cierto 
punto, durante el recorrido de su distrito de enumeracicsn. El 
anotaba en el Libro de Registro cada sitio y cada vivienda en 
ifneas sucesivas. Ademas, se le requerfa que identificara estos 
en su mapa, con referenda al numero de la linea anotada en el 
Libro de Registro. Elate procedimiento le ayudaba a determinar 
en el mapa cuanto habfa cubierto de su distrito en cualquier 
memento dado. Tambien ayudaba al jefe de grupo en la verifica- 
cion de que el area habfa sido cubierta por complete. 

En la supervision del trabajo de los enumeradores, los jefes 
de grupos, empezaban a revisar los cuestionarios, los mapas y 
demas formas, y a revisar el trabajo del enumerador tan pronto 
la enumeracion empezaba, Se le requena a los jefes de grupo y 
a los enumeradores que llevaran de sua respectivas areas unas 
memorias (records) lo mas exactas y lo mas ocmpletas posibles. 

Cuando los terrenes de una finca estaban localizados en dos 
o mas barrios o municipioa, la finca entera fu^ enumerada en 
solamente un barrio o municipio. Si el operador de la finca 
vivia en la misma, esta se enumeraba en el barrio o municipio 
donde el operador vivfa. Si el operador no vivia en la finca, 
los datos para dicha finca se inclufan en el barrio o municipio 
en donde estaba localizado el almacen principal. Si habfa 
alguna duda en cuanto a la localizacion del almacen principal 
de la finca, esta y todos los datos pertinentes a ella se inclufan 
en el barrio o municipio en donde la mayor parte del terreno 
estaba ubicado. 

Atencion especial fue dada a ciertas fincas para asegurar ser 
incluidas en la enumeracicjn. Antes de la enumeraci(5h, una 
lista de fincas grandes (fincas de 200 cuerdas o m&) fue 
preparada de los informes del censo de agricultura de 1950. 
Durante la enumeracion se verificaba con sumo cuidado de que 
cada finca grande fuese enumerada, Este procedimiento ayudo 
a asegurar que fincas que pudiesen afectar las estadfsticas del 
censo, no se omitieran durante la enumeracion. 

Despues de completada la inspeccic^n de un distrito, el jefe 
de grupo recolectaba los cuestionarios y el material de enume- 
racion, y lo enviaba a la oficina de San Juan. La oficina de San 
Juan, mientras reunia los informes a ser enviados a la Oficina 
de Operaciones Agrfcolas en Parsons, Kansas, investigaba si 
la enumeracidn de cada distrito de enumeracion era completa, 
si el procedimiento de la muestra se hacfa correctamente y si 
♦xDdas las fincas grandes habfan sido enumeradaso 



OPERAQONES DE PREPARAaON 

Las operaciones de verificacion, revision y codificacidn 
se llevaron a cabo en la Oficina de Operaciones AHjncolas 
en Parsons, Kansas, para cada cuestionario individual. La 
verificacion consistio en t)er(l)que los cuestionarios contenfan 
toda la informacicMi solicitada, (2) que las cuerdas cultivadas 
por cultivo individual estaban en armonia con el total de cuer- 
das cultivadas (3) que la cantidad de cuerdas clasificadas de 
acuerdo a su uso era igual al total de cuerdas en la finca, (4) 
que la distribucion por edad y sexo del ganado y los cerdos era 
igual a] total de estos animales, y (5) que las entradas para 
partidas relacionadas, eran consistentes. La revision consistio 
de la identificacidh y rechazo de cuestionarios tornados ptja 
sitios que no cualificaban como fincas; de la seleccion de 
cuestionarios con entradas demasiado grandes para ser revi- 
sados por el tecnico; de la seleccion de cuestionarios de im 
mismo distrito de enumeracion con errores comunes para ser 



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inconsistencies such as reporting in an incorrect unit, or not re- 
porting in the proper place on the questionnaire. Coding con- 
sisted of entering code numbers for tenure of operator, size of 
farm, eccmomic class of farm, and type of farm. 

l£n tries determined by the technician to be in error were cor- 
rected on the basis of i;elationships existingon nearby farms, or, 
if the entries were large, on the basis of correspondence with 
tine farm operator. In case of information missing for a group of 
questions, estimates were prepared on the basis of adjacent 
questionnaires for farms with similar operations and, in some 
cases, on the basis of information obtained by mail from farm 
operators. Usually, when estimates were made, letters were 
mailed to the farm operators to verify the information and, if the 
estimates were not in reasonable agreement wi th the information 
contained in the replies, the entries were corrected before the 
tabulations were made. 

Punchcards were prepared for meiking the required tabulations. 
Once on punchcards, the data were sorted, listed, or otherwise 
handled mechanically to facilitate checking and obtaining 
totals. One of the initial and primary steps in the mechanical 
handling of the punchcards was to select, for further checking, 
cards which lacked necessary information, cards on which the 
punched data were inconsistent or impossible, and cards on 
which the relationships were possible but the data were of such 
magnitude that a further review of the individual questionnaires 
was warranted. These cards containing questionable data or 
lacking data were examined, checked to the a^cultural ques- 
tionnaires, and corrected, if necessary, before the tabulations 
were made. 

Finally, tabulations were examined from the standpoint of 
over-all reasonableness and consistency. This examination 
required the judgment of an agricultural specialist and was the 
primary responsibility of a senior Census staff member. 



SAMPUNG 

Use of Sampling for the 1959 Census of Agriculture.— The in- 
foimation called for in Sections VII, Vm, IX, and X on the agri- 
culture questionnaire, i. e., information for farm facilities, 
equipment on the place, farm expenditures, farm labor, and 
agregados and medianeroa was enumerated for only a sample of 
farms. (See appendix for copy of the questionnaire.) The tabu- 
lations by economic class of farm and by type of farm were made 
only for farms in the sample. 



Description of the Sample for the 1959 Census. — The sample 
used for the 1959 Census of Agriculture consisted of all farms 
containing 200 or more cuerdas ; and one-fifth, or 20 percent, of 
the remaining farms. Thus, the sample included slightly more 
than 20 percent of all farms. The actual selection of farms to 
be included in the sample was meide by census enumerators 
during the enumeration. 



Adjustment of the Sample. — An adjustment of the sample that 
related to one-fifth of the farms under 200 cuerdas in size was 
made by a process essentially equivalent to stratifying the farms 
in the sample by size, for the purpose of (1) improving the re- 
liability of the estimates from the sample at the Puerto Rico 
level, and (2) for the purpose of reducing the effects of possi- 
ble biases introduced because some census enumerators did not 
follow perfectly the method devised for selecting the farms in 
the sample. In order to adjust the sample, counts were obtained 
of all farms imder 200 cuerdas in size and of sample farms for 



refeindos al tecnico; y de la correccidn de inconsistencias, 
como es el informar en la unidad incorrecta, o no informar en el 
sitio correcto en el cuestionario. La codificacion consistio en 
anotar en los cuestionarios ciertos numeros claves para la 
tenencia, el tamano, la clase economica y el tipo de finca. 

La informacion determinada por el tecnico como errohea, fue 
corregida a base de fincas adyacentes, o si la informacion era 
de gran proporcidh, a base de correspondencia con el operador 
de la finca. En los cases de cuestionarios con informacion 
incompleta, se prepararon estimados a base de cuestionarios 
adyacentes de fincas con operaciones aajicolas similares, y en 
algunos casos a base de informacion obtenida por correspon- 
dencia con el operador de la finca. En los casos de estimados, 
se les escribio a los operadores de finca para verificar la 
informacion y si la infomiacidn no estaba de acuerdo, se 
corregfa antes de hacerse las tabulaciones. 

Tarjetas perforadas fueron preparadas para hacer las tabula- 
ciones requeridas. Una vez la informacion fue entrada en 
tarjetas perforadas, la data se clasific<5, se registrd, o se 
manipulo mecanicamente para facilitar hacer comprobaciones y 
obtener totales. Uno de los primeros pasos en la manipulacion 
mecanica de las tarjetas perforadas fue el seleccionar para 
revisiones adicionales las tarjetas con informacion incompleta, 
las tarjetas de informacion inconsistente o imposible, y las 
tarjetas de relacion posible pero la informacion necesitaba ser 
verificada al cuestionario. Estas tarjetas que contenfan 
informacion a ser verificada, o informacion incompleta o 
imposible, fueron inspeccionadas, verificadas al cuestionario, 
y corregidas, si necesario, antes de haberse hechola tabulacidn. 

Pinalmente, las tabulaciones fueron inspeccionadas del punto 
de vista de ser sobre todo razonables y oonsistentes. Esta 
inspeccidn requerfa el buen juicio de un especialista agrfcola y 
fue la responsabilidad primaria del personal de mayor experien- 
cia en censos. 

MUESTREO 

Uso del muestreo en el oenso de agrioultura de 1959.— La in- 
formacion solicitada en las secciones Vn, VIII, IX y X en el 
cuestionario agricola, i.e., la informacion sobre facilidades en 
la finca, ecjuipo agrfcola en el sitio, gastos de la finca, trabajo 
en la finca, y agregados y medianeros en la finca, fue tomada 
unicamente para una muestra de fincas. (Vea el apendice para 
oopia del cuestionario). Las tabulaciones por clase economica 
y por tipo de finca fueron hechas viiicamente para fincas en la 
muestra. 

Desoripcion de la muestra del censo de 1959.— La muestra 
usada en el Censo de Agricultura de 1959 consistio de todas 
las fincas de 200 cuerdas o m5s y una quinta parte, o sea el 
20%, del resto de fincas. La muestra incluye un poco miiS del 
20% de todas las fincas. La seleccidn real de fincas a incluirse 
en la muestra fue hecha por el enumerador durante la enumera/- 
cidn. 



Ajuste de la muestxa.— Un ajuste de la muestra relacionada a 
la quinta parte de las fincas de menos de 200 cuerdas en 
tamafio, fue hecha por un proceso equivalente a la estratifica- 
cidn de fincas en la muestra por tamano, con el propdsito de (1) 
mejorar la confiabilidad del estimado de la muestra al nivel de 
Puerto Rico, y (2) con el propdsito de reducir los efectos de 
posibles prejuicios introducidos porque algunos enumeradores 
no siguieron a perfeccidn el metodo ideado para seleccionar las 
fincas de la muestra. Con el fin de ajustar la muestra, se con- 
taron todas las finCEis de menos de 200 cuerdas en tamaKo y las 



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each of the six size-of-farm groups based on "acres in this 
place." The six sizeof-farm groups were as follows: 



3 to 9 cuerdas 
10 to 19 cuerdas 
20 to 49 cuerdas 



50 to 99 cuerdas 
100 to 174 cuerdas 
175 to 199 cuerdas 



In determining the extent of the adjustment, the difference be- 
tween the number of farms in the sample and the total number of 
farms divided by five was obtained for each size group. The 
actual adjustment for the size group was made by either elimi- 
nating or duplicating, on a random basis, farms in those mimi- 
cipios where the greatest over- or under-representation existed. 

Method of E^stimatioD. — Estimates based on the sample of 
farms represent figures for all farms. The estimate for an item 
was obtained by multiplying by five the tabulated total for that 
item for the farms in the 20 percent part of the sample and add- 
ing the total for the farms of 200 or more cuerdas. 

Reliability of Estimates Based on the Sample.— The estimates 
based on the tabulation of data for a sample of farms are subject 
to sampling errors. In case all the data in a table are estimates 
based on a sample, a headnote for the table indicates that the 
data are estimates based on a sample of farms. Approximate 
measures of the sampling reliability of estimates are given in 
in Puerto Rico Tables 14 and 15 for farms reporting and for item 
totals. Tliese measures indicate the general level of sampling 
reliability of the estimates but do not include adequate allow- 
ances for sources of error other thsm sampling variation as, for 
example, errors in original data furnished by farm operators. 



Data in Puerto Rico Tables 14 and 15 are given to assist in 
determining the general level of sampling reliability of estimated 
totals. In Puerto Rico Table 15 a list of the items is given and 
the level of sampling reliability is shown in Puerto Rico 
Table 14. By referring to Puerto Rico Table 14 in the column 
for the level of sampling reliability designated in Puerto Rico 
Table 15, the sampling error according to the number of farms 
reporting may be obtained. For farms reporting, the indicated 
level of sampling is level 1. Puerto Rico Table 11 shows per- 
centage limits such that the chances are about 68 in 100 that 
the difference between the estimates based cm the sample and 
the figure that would have been obtained from a tabulation for 
all farms would be approximately within the limit specified. 
However, the chances are 99 in 100 that the difference would be 
less than two and one-half times the percentage givai in the 
table. 



The data in Puerto Rico Table 14 indicate that when the num- 
ber of farms reporting specified items is small, the item totals 
are subject to relatively large sampling errors. Nevertheless, 
the considerable detail for every classificaticm for each item is 
presented to insure maximum usefulness for appraising estimates 
for any combination of items that may be desired. 



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

Differences in Data Resulting From Differences in Tabu- 
lations.— ^any of the figures in the detailed Puerto Rico tables 



fincas en la muestra para cada uno de loo seis grupos de 
tamano-de-finca, basado en *area total de lu finca," Los seis 
grupos de tamafio-de-fincas fueron los siguientes: 



3 to 9 cuerdas 
10 to 19 cuerdas 
20 to 49 cuerdas 



50 to 99 cuerdas 
100 to 174 cuerdas 
175 to 199 cuerdas 



Rn la determinacion del alcance del ajuste, se obtuvo para cada 
grupo de tamano la diferencia entre el numero de fincas en la 
muestra y el numero total de fincas dividio por cinco. El ajuste 
real por grupo de tamano-de-finca se hizo eliminando o dupli- 
cando, al azar, fincas en estos municipios donde exdstfauna 
gran sobre-representacion o una representacion demasiado baja. 

Metodo de estimaoion.— Estimados basados en la muestra de 
fincas representan calculaciones para todas las fincas. El 
estimado de una partida se obtuvo multiplicando por cinco el 
total tabulado para esa partida de las fincas en la muestra, y 
sumando el total de las fincas de 200 cuerdas o mas. 

Confiabllidad de estimados basewlos en la muestra.— Los 
estim ados basados en la tabulacion delos datos dela muestra de 
fincas estan sujetos a errores del muestreo. En caso de que 
toda los datos en una tabla son estimEida a base de la muestra, 
se indicara en la tabla que los datos son estimados basados en 
la muestra de fincas. Las medidas aproximadas de la confiabll- 
idad de estimados del muestreo para fincas informando y para 
totales de items sondadas enlastablas para Puerto Rico 14y 15. 
Estas medidas indican el nivel de confiabilidad del estimado 
del muestreo, pero no incluye tolerancia adecuada para fuentes 
de error de otras variaciones del muestreo como, por ejemplo, 
errores en la informacicfn OTiginal dada por los operadores de 
finca. 

La informacion de las tablas para Puerto Rico 14 y 15 se dan 
para ayudar a determinar el nivel general de confiabilidad de 
los totales estimados de la muestra. En la tabla para Puerto 
Rico 15 se da una lista de las partidas, y el nivel de confia- 
bilidad del muestreo esta indicado en la tabla para F\jerto Rico 
14. Refiriendose a la tabla para Puerto Rico 14 en la columna 
para el nivel de confiabilidad de la muestra designada en la 
tabla para Puerto Rico 15, se puede obtener el error del 
muestreo de acuerdo con el numero de fincas que informan. 
Para fincas que informan, el nivel indicado en la muestra es el 
nivel 1. La tabla para Puerto Rico 14 expone los Ifmites de por 
ciento de tal manera que las posibilidades son de alrededor de 
68 en 100 que la diferencia entre los estimados basados en la 
muestra y el numero que se hubiera obtenido de la tabulacion 
de todas las fincas se encontrara aproximadamente dentro de 
los Ifmites especificados. Sin embargo, las posibilidades son 
de 99 en 100 de que la diferencia sera menor que dos veces y 
medio el por ciento dado en la tabla. 

La data en la tabla 14 para Puerto Rico indica que cuando el 
numero de fincas que informan es pequeno, los totales para 
partidas en la muestra estan sujetas a errores relativEimente 
grandes. Sin embargo, el detalle a considerar en cada clasifi- 
cacion por partida es presentado para asegurar una maxima 
utilidad para estimados de apreciacion para cualquier combina- 
cion de partidas que se desee. 

Por cientos y promedios derivados de las tablas generalmente 
tienen mayor confiabilidad que los totales estimados; com.o 
tambien, patronos significativos de relacion algunas veces se 
pueden observar aunque la data individual esta sujeta a errores 
del muestreo relativamente grande. 

Diferencias en la informacion debido a diferencias en los 
procedimientos de tabulacion.— Muchas de las calculaciones en 



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represent estimates based on tabulations for only farms in the 
sample. Tlie totals for these detailed distributions will, gener- 
ally, differ somewhat from totals presented in other tables ob- 
tained from different tabulations that were made for all farms. 
Moreover, allliou^ most of the figures presented by municipios 
were obtained from tabulations of all farms, the data in Puerto 
Rico Tables 8 to 13 for farms classified by economic class of 
farm and by type of farm, and the munlcipio tables for farm ex- 
penditures, farm labor, facilities and ecpiipraent, and information 
related to a^egados and medianeros were estimated for each 
municipio on the basis of data tabulated for the farms in the 
sample. 



DEFtNITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Definitions and explanations are presented only for those 
items for which the table descriptions are considered inade- 
quate. The descriptive terms and explanations refer principally 
to the 1959 Census of Agriculture, although, in general, they are 
also applicable to earlier censuses. The definitions ccmsist 
primarily of a resume' of the questionnaire wording, occasionally 
supplemented by the more essential parts of instructions given 
to the enumerators. For the exact phrasing of the inquiries and 
of the instructions included on the questionnaire, reference 
should be made to the facsimile of the 1959 Agriculture Ques- 
tionnaire shown in the appendix. 



GENERAL FARM INFORMATION 

The Census Date. — The 1959 Census of Agriculture was 
taken as of November 1, 1959. Inventory items relate generally 
to November 1959. Data relating to area and quantity of crops 
harvested (except coffee) and to sales of agricultural products 
are for the crop year extending from November 1, 1958, to 
October 31, 1959. Data on the area and quantity of coffee har- 
vested are for the crop year extending from March 1, 1958, to 
February 28, 1959. Although the heading of the livestock and 
poultry section of the apiculture questionnaire specified 
November 1 for all inventory items, the individual inquiries did 
not specify a date. Therefore, the replies may represent con- 
ditions as of the date the questionnaire was filled. 



Questionnaires were generally filled during November 1959. 
The date on which the enumerator obtained the information re- 
quired for the census of agriculture may affect the statistics 
because of changes that occurred between the census date and 
the actual date of enumeration. 

Comparability of Data for Various Censuses. — Comparability 
of the data may be affected by such. factors as the month in 
which the enumeration was made, the definition of a fairm, the 
wording of the questions, etc. When the comparability is af- 
fected to an appreciable extent, mention is made of the differ- 
ences under the specific item. Production figures may also be 
influenced by climatic and economic conditions existing during 
the period covered by the enumeration. 

A Fann. — For the 1959 Census of Agriculture, places of 3 or 
more cuerdaswere counted as farms if any agricultural products, 
otherthan vegetables for home use, were produced or if any live- 
stock or 15 or more chickens or other poultry were kept on the 
place in 1959. 

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



las detalladas tablas para Puerto Rico representan estimados 
basados en las tabulaciones para fine as en la muestra, Los 
totales para estas distribuciones detalladas generalmente se 
diferencian de los totales presentados en las tablas obtenidas 
de las diferentes tabulaciones que fueron bechas para todas las 
fincas de Puerto Rioo. Sin embargo, aunque casl todas las 
com putaciones presentadas por municipio fueron obtenidas de 
tabulaciones para todas las fincas, los datos en las tablas para 
Puerto Mco 8 a 13 para fincas claslficadas por clase economica 
y tipo de finca, y las tablas para municipios para gastos de la 
flnca, trabajo en la finca, facilldades y equlpo, y la informaci(5n 
relacionada a famillas de agregados y medianeros fueron esti- 
mados para cada municipio a base de la data tabulada para las 
fincas en la muestra, 

DEFimaONES Y EXPUCAaONES 

Se presentan deflnlclones y explicaciones solamente para 
aquellas preguntas en las cuales las descripciones anotadas en 
las tablas se conslderan inadecuadas. Los terminos descrip- 
tlvos y explicaciones se refieren principalmente al Censo de 
Agricultura de 1959, aunque en general estas son tambiai 
apll cables a censos anteriores. Las deflnlclones conslsten 
principalmente de un resumen del texto usado en el cuestionario, 
ocaslonalmente suplementadas por las partes m& esenclales de 
las Instrucclones dadas a los enumeradores. Para obtener el 
texto complete de las preguntas y las Instrucclones Inclufdas 
en el cuestionario, vease el facsimile del Cuestionario para 
Finca de 1959, en el apendice. 

INFORMAaON GENERAL SOBRE FINCA 

La fecha del censo.— EI Censo de Agricultura de 1959 fue 
levantado el Iro de novlembre de 1959. Las preguntas sobre 
Inventario se refieren generalmente a novlembre de 1959. Los 
datos relacionados con el area, la produccion y venta de 
productos agncolas (con excepclon del cafe), se refieren al ^o 
agricola que se extiende de novlembre 1, 1958 a octubre 31, 
1959. Los datos respecto al area y cantldad de cafe producido, 
se refieren al ano agricola de maxzo 1,1958 a febrero 30, 1959. 
Aunque el encabezamiento de la seccl«i de ganaderia y aves 
en el cuestionario para finca especlflca el Iro de novlembre 
como la fecha para enumerar todas las preguntas sobre Inven- 
tario, las preguntas Indlviduales no se refieren a ninguna fecha 
en particular. Por lo tanto, las respuestas pueden representar 
condlclones exlstentes a la fecha en la cual se lleno el cues- 
tionario. 

Generalmente los cuestionarios fueion llenados durante elmes 
de novlembre de 1959. La fecha en la cual el enumerador obtuvo 
la Informaclon requerida para el censo de agricultura puede 
afectar las estadistlcas debldo a camblos que ocurrieron entre 
la fecha del censo y la fecha de enumeracicii. 

ComparaHlldad de datos.— La comparabllldad de los datos 
puede ser afectada por factores tales como el mes en el cual se 
hlzo la enumeracion, la deflnlcidn de finca, la redacclon de las 
preguntas, etc. Cuando la comparabllldad es afectada conslde- 
rablemente, se hace mencion de las diferenclas bajo el producto 
agrfcola especfflco. Los datos sobre la produccl(?n pueden ser 
afectados por factores cllmatlcos y economlcos prevaleclentes 
durante el penodo cublerto por la enumeracion. 

Una finest. — Predlos de 3 o mas cuerdas eran contados Domo 
fincas para el Censo de Agricultura de 1959 si en los mismos se 
habia llevado a efecto la si em bray cosecha de cual qui er pro- 
ducto ayrfcola durante 1959, con la excepclon de la siembra de 
vegetal es para uso en el ho gar, o si habia en dichos predlos 
alguh ganado o 15 o mas gallinas u otras aves. 

Todo el terreno bajo el dominlo de una persona o socledadfue 
inclu'do como una sola flnca. El dominlo pudo haber si do me- 
diante posesion o contrato de arrendamiento. 



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Tlie census enumerator weis not given the definition of a farm. 
He was instructed to obtain an agriculture questionnaire for 
every place of 3 or more cuerdas, whether or not it was consid- 
ered a farm. Thus, agriculture questionnaires were filled for 
more places than those that qualified as farms. The determine^ 
tion as to which reports were to be included in the tabulations 
as farms was made during the processing of the questionnaires. 
This procedure was followed in order that uniform criteria could 
be applied. 



For the 1940 and earlier censuses of agriculture, the defini- 
tion of a farm was somewhat more inclusive. In each census 
prior to 1950 all places of 3 or more cuerdas on which there were 
agricultural operations were counted as farms. Places of less 
than 3 cuerdas were considered farms in 1940 if agicultural pro- 
duction during 1939 was valued at $100 or more; in 1935, 1930, 
and 1920, if a^cultural production during the year covered by 
the census was valued at $100 or more, or if the place required 
the continuous services of at least one person; and in 1910, if 
agricultural production during 1909 was valued at $250 or more. 
Eiiumerators in censuses prior to 1950 were provided with the 
definition of a farm and were instructed to fill questionnaires 
only for those places which met the criteria. 



In censuses from 1910 through 1940, separate questionnaires 
were obtained for medianeros (sharecroppers), but in 1950 and 
1959 the operations of these individuals were included on the 
questionnaires for the farms on which they worked. 

The decrease in the number of farms t)etween 1940 and 1950 
is probably the result^in part,of the change in the definition of a 
farm. The farms of less than 3 cuerdas in 1940 were not counted 
as farms in 1950. 

Farm Operator. — A "farm operator" is a person who operates 
a farm, either performir.; the labor himself or directly super- 
vising it. He may be an owner, a hired manager, or a tenant. If 
he rents land to others, he is considered as the operator of only 
that land which he retains. In the case of a partnership, one 
member was included as the operator. The number of farm oper- 
ators is considered the same as the number of farms. 



Farms Reporting or Operators Reporting. — Figures for eJI 
farms reporting or operators reporting represent the number of 
farms, or farm operators, for which the specified item was re- 
ported. For example, if there were 1,122 farms in a municipio 
and only 300 had cattle, the number of farms reporting cattle 
would be 300. The difference in the total number of farms and 
the number of farms reporting that item represents the number of 
farms not having that item, provided the inquiry was answered 
for all farms. 



Land Owned, Rented, and Managed. — The land to be included 
in each farm was determined by asking the number of cuerdas 
owned, the cuerdas rented from others, and the cuerdas rented 
to others. The cuerdas in the farm were obtained by adding the 
cuerdas owned and cuerdas rented from others, and subtracting 
the cuerdas rented to others. In case of a managed farm, the 
person in charge was asked the total area managed. From this 
total managed area was subtracted any of the area which was 
rented to others. For 1950 and 1959, the figures for land owned, 
land rented from others, and land managed by farm operators in- 
clude the land that farm operators rented to others. In censuses 



Al enumerador no se le entre^ la definicion de una finca, 
sine que se le instruyd a que llenara un CLiestionario para finca 
para cada predio de 3 o mas cuerdas aunque el mismo fuese con- 
siderado o no como finca, De este modo se llenaron cuestiona- 
rios para finca para mtCs predios que los que calificaban como 
fincas. La determinacion en cuanto a cuales eran los informes 
que debian considerarse como representatives de fincas y que 
debian incluirse en las tabulaciones, se llevo a efecto durante 
la elaboraci(fc de los cuestionarios en Kansas. Se siguio este 
sistema con el objeto de aplicar un criterio uniforme. 

Para el censo de 1940 y otros censos anteriores de agricul- 
tura, la definicion de finca se hizo un tanto mas amplia. En 
cada censo anterior al de 1950, todos aquellos predios de 3 o 
m^ cuerdas en los cuales se llevaron a efecto operaciones a^- 
colas, fueron contados como fincas. Predios de menos de ties 
cuerdas fueron oonsiderados como fincas en 1940 si los pro- 
ductos agncolas cosechaxios en 1939 tenian un valor de SlOO o 
m&; en 1935, 1930, y 1920, si la produccion agncola durante el 
a1?o cubierto por el censo tenia un valor de SlOO o mas, o si el 
predio requeria los servicios continue de por lo menos una per- 
sona; y en 1910, si la produccion agrfcola en 1909 tenia un valor 
de $250 o mas. A los enumeradores de todos los censos ante- 
riores a 1950 se les entrego la definicion de finca y fueron ins- 
truidos a cpje llenaran informes solaniente para aquellos predios 
que reunfan los requisites de la definicion. 

En todos los censos desde el 1910 al 1940 se obtuvieron 
cuestionarios separados para los medianeros, pero en 1950 las 
operaciones agncolas de e'stos se incluyeron en los cuestio- 
narios correspondi entes alas fincas donde ellos trabajaron. 

La disminucidh en el numero de fincas entre el 1940 y 1950 
es probablemente el resultado, en parte, de los cambios en la 
definicion de finca. Las fincas de menos de tres cuerdas en 
1940 no se contaron como fincas en 1950. 

Operadores de fincas. — Un operador de finca es una persona 
que explota una finca, ya sea desempenando el mismo la labor o 
supervisandola directamente. Puede ser el dueno,un adminis- 
trador asalariado, o un arrendatario. Si da terrene en arrenda- 
miento a otras personas, se le considera como operador sola- 
mente de aquel terrene que el tiene. En el case de una sociedad, 
un sole miem.bro fue' incluido como operador. El niimero de 
operadores de fincas es considerado igual al numero de fincas. 

Fincas que informan u operadores que informan. — Las ci fras 
para todas las fincas u operadores que informan representan el 
numero de fincas u operadores de fincas para los cuales la 
pregunta especificada fue' informada. Per ejemplo, si habian 
1122 fincas en un municipio y de e'stas solamente 300 tenian 
ganade, el numero de fincas infermando ganado sena 300. La 
diferencia entre el numero total de fincas y el numero de fincas 
infermando dicho dato representa el numero de fincas que no 
tienen ganado, siempre y cuando la pregunta fue contestaxJa para 
todas las fincas. 

Terrene propio, arrendado, y administrado. — El terrene a ser 
inclufdo en cada finca fue' determinado preguntando el numero de 
cuerdas poseulas, las cuerdas arrendadas de otras personas y 
las cuerdas arrendadas a otrais personas. Se obtuve el total de 
cuerdas en la finca sumando las cuerdas peseidas y las cuerdas 
arrendadas de otras personas y restando las cuerdas arrendadas 
a otras personas. En el case de una finca bajo un administrador 
asalariado, se le preguntd a la persona a cargo el a-ea total 
administrada para su patrono. Del area total administrada se 
resto' el area que hubiese arrendada a otros. Para el 1950 y 



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CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 



prior to 1950 the enumerator was instructed to include all land 
rented from others and to exclude all land rented to others. He 
recorded only that portion of the area owned and the area rented 
from others which was retained by the farm operator. Tlius, the 
land included in each farm was essentially the same as for the 
1950 and 1959 Censuses. 



Land Owned. — Land owned includes all land which the 
operator or his wife, or both, hold under title, purchase con- 
tract, or as one of the heirs, or as a trustee of an undivided 
estate. 

Land Rented from Others. — Land rented from others in- 
cludes land rented or leased under any arrangement whereb/ 
the tenant controls the use of the land. 



Land Rented to Others. — For the most part, this land rented 
to others represents acjicultural lands but it also includes 
tracts rented for residential or other purposes. When land is 
leased or rented, the tenant is considered the farm operator. 
The owner of the farm is considered as operating only that 
portion of the land not assigned to tenants. Land worked on 
shares by medianeros was not classified as "land rented to 
others." 

Land Area. — The approximate land area reported for 1959 for 
Puerto Rico is » f tQ6,386 cuerdas, as compared to 2,255,684 
cuerdas reported in the 1950 Census. All land areas are given 
in terns of cuerdas. A cuerda is equivalent to 0.9712 of an 



Land in Farms. — The area designated "land in farms" in- 
cludes considerable aieas 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. 



Land in Farms According to Use. — Land in farms was classi- 
fied according to how it was used during the period from Novem- 
ber 1, 1958, to October 31, 1959. These classes of land are 
mutually exclusive, i. e., each cuerda of land was included only 
once even tliough it may have had more than one use during the 
period specified. The classes are as follows: 

Cropland Used for Crops. — This includes land from which 
crOTs were harvestedj land in bearing and nonbiearing fruit 
and nut trees, including plantains, bananas, and coconuts; 
and land from which no crop was harvested during the year 
covered by the census but which was occupied by sugarcane 
and pineapples for future harvest. Land from ^vhich two or 
more crops were harvested was to be counted only once. 
Since each crop was reported separately under "crops har- 
vested," a total of the cuerdas of the individual crops har- 
vested in a municipio may exceed the area designated as 
"cropland used for crops" in that municipio. 



Pastureland Suitable for Crops. — This includes open or 
brushland pasture which the respondent considered suitable 
for use for crops. 

Pastureland not Suitable for Crops. — This includes any 
open or brushland pasture which the respondent did not con- 
sider suitable for use for crops. 

Land not Used for Crops or Pasture Occupied by Hills and 
Mountains. — This includes all land in hills, mountains, and 
brushland which the respondent did not consider as suita,ble 
for crops or for use as pastureland. 



1959, las cifras para terreno propio, terreno arrendado de otros 
y terreno administrado por operadores de fincas incluyen el 
terreno que los operadores de fincas arrendaron a otras 
personas. En censos anteriores al 1950, el enumerador fue' 
instruido a incluir todo el terreno arrendado de otros y excluir 
todo el terreno arrendado a otros. Solamente anoto aquella parte 
del area que era de propiedad del operador y el area arrendada 
de otros. De este modo el terreno inclufdo en cada finca fue' 
practicamente igual para los censos del 1950 y 1959. 

Terreno propio. — Terreno propio incluye todo el teireno que 
el operador o su esposa, o ambos, poseen bajo titulo, contrato 
de compra, ocomo uno de los herederos, o como fideicomisario 
de una herencia, 

Terreno tornado a titulo de arrendamiento. — El terreno 
tornado a titulo de arrendamiento incluye terreno arrendado 
bajo cualquier condicion mediants el cual el airendatario tiene 
el derecho al uso de la tierra, 

Terreno dado en arrendamiento. — La mayor parte de este 
terreno dado en arrendamiento reprssenta terrenos para faenas 
agricolas pero tambie'n incluye predios dados en arrendamiento 
para fines residenciales y otros propo'sitos. Cuando el terreno 
es dado en arrendamiento, el arrendatario es consideradocomo 
operador de la finca. El dueno de la finca es considerado 
como explotador solamente de aquella parte del terreno no 
asignado a los arrendatarios. El terreno trabajado por los 
medianeros no se clasifico'como terreno arrendado a otros. 

Area del terreno. — El Etrea aproximada del terreno informada 
para Puerto Rico en 1959 es de 2,126,386 cuerdas, comparada 
con 2,255,684 cuerdas informadas en el censo de 1950. Todas 
las areas se infonnan en terminos de cuerdas. Una cuerda es 
equivalente a 0.9712 de un acre. 

Terreno de las fincas. — El area desigiada como "terreno en 
fincas" incluye areas considerables de terreno que no estan 
realmente bajo cultivo y algim terreno no usado para pasto de 
corte o pastoreo. Todo terreno enmalezado y terreno baldib 
propiedad de los operadores de fincas o incluido en predios 
aarendados de otros esta comprendido como terreno en fincas. 

Terrenos en las fincas de acuerdo con su uso. — El terreno en 
las fincas fue clasificado bas^dose en el uso que se hizo del 
mismo durante el penodo de noviemhre Iro de 1958 al octubre de 
31 de 1959. Estas clases de terreno se excluyen mutuamente, o 
sea, cada cuerda de terreno fue incluida una sola vez aun 
cuando la misma hubiese tenido mas de un uso durante el 
penodo especificado. Las clases de terreno son como sigue: 

Terreno de cultivo usado para cosechas. — Esta clase 
incluye terreno del cual se cosecharon productos agncolas, 
terreno con arboles frutales y de nueces en estado de produo- 
cio'n y de no produccidh, incluyendo platanos, guineos y 
cocos, y terreno del cual no se cosecho ningdh product© agn- 
cola durante el penodo cubierto por el censo pero que estaba 
sembrado de cana de azucar o pinas para cosecha ftitura, 
Terreno del cual se cosecharon aos o mis productos agrfcolas 
debia contarse una sola vez. Debido a que cada product© 
agrfcola fue' informado por separado bajo "productos agrfcolas 
cosechados" el total de las cuerdas delos productos agrfcolas 
individualmente cosechados en un municipio puede exceder si 
area design ada como "terreno de cultivo usado para 
cosechas.' 

Terreno de pasto que se puede cultivar. — Este incluye el 
terreno con pasto abierto o enmalezado que el operador de la 
finca considerd apropiado para cultivar. 

Terreno de pasto que no se puede cultivar. — Este incluye 
el terreno de pasto abierto o enmalezado que el operador dela 
finca no considercf apropiado para cultivar. 

Terreno que no es de cultivo ni de pasto cubierto por 
montes y malezas. — Este incluye todo terreno de montes o 
malezas que el operador de la finca no considero' apropiado 
para cultivar o para pasto. 



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Land Occupied by Buildings, Roads, and Wasteland, — This 
item includes all house lots, roads, fences, and wasteland. 
It includes all farmland wUch does not hielong under any of 
the other land-use classes. 



Irrigated Land.— Irrigated land is that to wliich water is ap- 
plied by artificial means for agricultural purposes. The land re- 
ported as under irrigation was included in cropland used for 
crops or in pastureland suitable for crops. Farms reporting irri- 
^ted land include all farms with irrigation, regardless of 
whether all or part of the farm was irrigated. 



Off-farm Work by Farm Operator.— To obtain a measure of 
the extent to which farm operators worked off their farms, each 
farm operator was asked the number of days he worked off his 
farm in 1959. Off-farm work was defined to include work on 
someone else's farm for pay as well as all types of nonfarm 
jobs, businesses, and professions, whether the work was done 
on the farm premises or elsewhere. Exchange work was not in- 
cluded. 

Farm operators working off their farms were asked to report 
the principal occupation or kind of job at which they worked off 
the farm. These occupations or kinds of work were classified 
into five groups, as follows: 

1. Farm laborers 

2. Skilled laborers 

3. Laborers other than farm and skilled 

4. ProfessioneJ workers and government employees 

5. All other occupations 

Facilities and Equipment. — Inquiries were made in 1959 for 
farms in the sample to determine the presence or absence of 
selected items on each place such as (1) electricity, (2) piped 
running water, (3) television, (4) radio, (5) milking machine, 
(6) milk cooler, and (7) silos. Such facilities or equipment 
were to be counted even though temporarily out of order. Piped 
running water was defined as water piped from a pressure sys- 
tem or by gravity flow from a natural or artificial source. 



The number of selected types of other farm equipment was 
also obtained for farms in the sample. The selected kinds of 
farm equipment to be reported were (1) tractors, (2) motor- 
trucks, (3) coffee pulping machines, (4) coffee drying plat- 
forms, (5) artificial coffee driers, (6) oxcarts, (7) other carts, 
and (8) artificial ponds. 

Farms by Kind and Ownership of Work Power. — Farms were 
grouped on the basis of work power used as farms with tractor 
power or farms with animal power and by ownership of this work 
power used, i. e,; on the basis of whether the tractor, oxen, 
horse, mule, etc., belonged (1) to the farm operator only, (2) 
to the farm operator and another person jointly, (3) to the land- 
lord of farm operator, (4) to another person, or (5) to a Govern- 
ment agency. 

A^egados Living on Farms. — Agregados families include 
tliose families living on farms that are not operated by any mem- 
ber of the family. A member of the agregado family may or may 
not hie an employee of the farm operator, and he may or may not 
produce any agricultural products of his own on the farm. An 
agregado usually lives on a small plot large enough for the cul- 
tivation of few crops for consujnption by members of the family 
or for the raising of some chickens, hogs, or cows. He may be 



Ocupado nor edificaciones, caminos y terreno baldfo.— Esta 
clasificacicfti incluye todo el terreno ocupado por edifica- 
ciones, caminos, verjas y terreno baldio. Incluye todo el 
terreno en la finca no clasificable bajo ninguna de las otras 
clases de uso del terreno. 



Terreno bajo riego. — Terreno bajo riego es aquel £il cual se la 
ha aplicado agua por medios artificiales con el objeto de utili- 
zarlo para fines agricolas. El terreno informado como bajo riego 
fue'inclu'do en "terreno de cultivo para cosechas' o en "terreno 
de pasto que se puede cultivar." Las fincas que informan 
terreno bajo riego incluyen todas aqu^las que estaban bajo 
riego, aunque toda la finca o solo parte de la misma fuera 
regada. 

Traijajo del operador fuera de su finca. — Para obtener una 
medida hasta que pimto los operadores de finca trabajan sus 
fincas, a todos los opereidores se les pregunto el nu'nero de dias 
que el trabajo fuera de la finca en el 1959. Trabajo fuera de la 
finca se definio a incluir trabajo por paga en otras fincas cano 
tambieri todoslos tipos de trabajos fuera de fincas, en negocios 
y en profesiones, y si el trabajo se hizo sn una finca o en cufd- 
quier otra parte. Intercambio de trabajo no se incluye. A los 
operadores que informaron txabajar fuera de su finca, se les 
pidio' que informaran la ocupacion principal o clase de trabajo 
que hicieron. Estas ocupaciones o clases de tratiajo se clasifi- 
caron en cinco grupos, como sigue: 

1. trabaj adores agncolas 

2. trabaj adores diestros 

3. trabajadores otros que agncolas o diestros 

4. profesionales y empleados del gobiemo 

5. todas las otras ocupaciones 

Equipo y facilidades. — El cuestionario del 1959 contenia, 
para la muestra de fincas, preguntas que determinaban en el 
sitio la presencia o ausencia de ciertos items seleccionados; 
como, (1) servicio de energia el&trica (2) agua corriente 
(3) televisor (4) radio (5) ordenadoras mecanicas (6) tanques 
de refrigeracidn y (7) silos. Estas facilidades y equipo se 
debian haber incluido aunque estuvieran danados temporalmente, 
Agua corriente se define como agua llevada por tubena de una 
fuente artificial o natural mediante un sistema de presion o por 
gravedad. 

Tambie'n se obtuvo en la muestra el numero de otro tipo de 
equipo seleccionado. La clase de equipo seleccionado a in- 
formarse fue la siguiente, (1) tractores (2) camiones (3) des- 
pulpadoras de cafe' (4) correderas (5) bombos y bateas (6) 
carretas de bueyes (7) otras carretas (8) cbarcas. 

Clasificacicxi de las fincas por clase y du^o de fuente de 
trabajo. — Las fincas se agruparon a tiase de la fuente de trabajo 
usada, como fincas con fuerza mecanica o fuerza animal, y por 
dueno de esta fuente de trabajo, a base de si el tractor, buey, 
caballo, raulo, etc., pertenecio'; (1) solamente al operador de la 
finca, (2) al operador de la finca y a otra persona juntamente, 
(3) al dueno de la finca, (4) a otra persona, o (5) a una 
agenda del gobiemo. 

Agregados. — Las familias de agregados viven en una finca 
que no es explotada por ningun mierabro de dicha familia, Un 
miembro de esta familia puede ser o no unempleado del operador 
de la finca y puede o no producir en la finca para su uso personal 
cualquier producto agncola. Usualmente un agregado vive en un 
pequenb predio de terreno lo suficientemente grande para per- 
mitirle la siembra de algunos productos agncolas para el 
consume de su familia o la crianza de algunas gallinas, cerdos 



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CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1959 



allowed oo use the lana gratuitously or may pay informally for 
the use of the land in work, a share of the agricxiltural products, 
or money. He does not control the use of the land and does not 
have a definite contract with the operator of the farm. The agre- 
cado may own, rent, or use rent-free the house in which he lives. 



The 1959 Agriculture Questionnaire, like the 1950 question- 
naire, asked the farm operator to report the number of agregado 
families that were not medianeros living on the farm at the time 
of the census and the amovmt of land cultivated by these agre- 
gados between November 1, 1958, and October 31, 1959. Live- 
stock belonging to agregados and kept on the farm, and all agri- 
cultural production by agregados on the farm, were to be reported 
by the operator of the farm on which the agregados lived. 



Medianeros (sharecroppers), — A medianero is a person who 
works land under a definite arrangement with a farm operator, 
receiving a certain share of the crops in return for his labor or 
other CCTitribution. 

The 1940 Census considered the land operated by a medianero 
as a separate farm if the tract of land was 3 cuerdas or more in 
size or if its agricultural products in 1939 were valued at $100 
or more. In 1959, as in 1950, separate agriculture question- 
naires were not obtained for places operated by medianeros. 
Farm operators were instructed to report the number of median- 
eros working on the farm from November 1, 1958, to October 31, 
1959, and the cuerdas cultivated by them during this period, and 
to include in the report for their farm all livestock kept and 
agricultural production by medianeros. In censuses prior to 
1950 provisions were not made for the enumeration of land oper- 
ated by medianeros if the size of the place was less than 3 
cuerdas and the value of agricultural products was less than 
$100. In 1959 and 1950, however, when such places were part 
of a farm, the production was to be reported on the questionnaire 
for the farm on which the medianero worked. When such places 
were not a part of any farm, sales of agricultural products were 
to be reported for parcel as unless the place was less than one- 
fourth of a cuerda in size. 



Since it is possible for the same person to work as medianero 
on more than one farm, census figures may overstate the number 
of medianeros. Likewise, since it is possible for a person to 
live as an agregado on one farm and work as medianero on an- 
other, some families may be counted both as agregados and as 
medianeros. 

Farm Labor. — The farm labor inqmries for 1959 called for the 
number of person^l4 years old and over, doing farm work on the 
farm during the calendar week preceding the enumeration. Farm 
work was to include any work, chores on the farm, and the plan- 
ning necessary to the operation of the farm. Housework was not 
to be included. Inasmuch as the enumeration occurred over a 
period of several weeks, the calendar week preceding the enu- 
meration is not the same for all farms. 



Separate figures were obtained fcr the farm operator, unpaid 
members of the operator's family, salaried workers, and hired 
workers. 

Specified Farm Ebqsenditures. — Data on farm expenditures 
were obtained only for selected items. Amounts spent by agre- 



o vacas. Puede estar autorizado a usar el terreno gratuitamente 
o puede pagar informalmente por el uso del mismo por medio de 
su trabajo, con parte de los productos agrf colas o dinero. No 
tiene control sobre el uso del terreno y no tiene contrato defini- 
tive con el operador de la finca. La casa en la cual vive el 
agregado puede ser de su propiedad, alquilada o usada sin pagar 
alquiler. 

El Cuestionario para Finca de 1959, al igual que el de 1950, 
solicitaba del operador de la finca que informara el numero de 
familias de agregados que no eran medianeros, viviendo en la 
finca en la fecha del censo y el area de terreno cultivado por 
estos entre el Iro de noviembre de 1958 y el 31 de octubre de 
1959. El operador de la finca era el responsabledesuministrar 
el enumerador e incluir como parte de su finca todos los datos 
en relacion con el total de ganado perteneciente a los agregados 
y mantenido en la finca^al igual que toda la produccion agricola 
de dichos a^egados. 

Medianeros. — ^Un medianero es una persona que trabaja terreno 
bajo un arreglo definitivo con un operador de finca recibiendo 
una parte de las cosechas en retribucio'n por su labor u otra con- 
tribucion. 

El Censo de 1940 consideraba el terreno trabajado por un 
medianero como una finca individual si dicho predio de terreno 
era de 3 cuerdas o mas en tamajfo o si el valor de los productos 
agrfcolas cosechados en 1939 era de SlOO o mffe. En 1959, aJ 
igual que en el 1950, no se llenaron cuestionarios para finca 
por separado para aquellos predios operados por medianeros. 
Los operadores de fincas fueron instruidos a informar el nrfmero 
de medianeros trabajando en la finca desde el Iro de noviembre 
de 1958 al 31 de octubre de 1959 y las cuerdas cultivadas por 
estos durante dicho perfodo, y a incluir en los datos para sus 
fincas todo el ganado perteneciente a los medianeros y man- 
tenido en la finca al igual que toda la producoicin a^n^cola de 
dichos medianeros. Fji censos anteriores al 1950 no se tomaron 
medidas parala enumeracicSh de terreno explotadopor mtxiianeros, 
si el tamano del predio y el valor de la produccion agrfcola era 
menos de tres cuerdas y $100 respectivamente. En el 1959 y 
1950, sin embeu-go, cuando tales predios eran parte integrante de 
una finca, la produccion debfa informarse en el cuestionario para 
la finca donde el medianero trabajaba. Si tales predios no eran 
parte integrante de una finca, las ventas de productos agricolas 
debfan informarse en el cuestionario para parcela, siempre y 
cuando el tamano del predio no fuese menor de un cuarto de 
cuerda, 

Dsbido a que una persona puede trabajar como medianero en 
mas de una finca, puede haber cierto grado de exageracion en 
las cifras del Censo en cuanto al numero de medianeros. Igual- 
mente, como una persona puede vivir como agregado en una finca 
y trabajar como medianero en otra, algunas familias pueden ser 
contadas como agregados y como medianeros a la vez. 

Trabajo en la finca. — En 1959 las preguntas relacionadas con 
el trabajo en la finca solicitaban el numero de personas de 14 
afios o m.as trabajando en la finca en cualquier operacion agrf- 
cola, durante la semana calendario precedente a la enumeracion. 
Trabajo en la finca debio incluir cualquier trabajo, faena agn- 
cola y la planificacion necesaria para la operacion de una finca. 
El trabajo dom^stico no fue/ inclufdo. Esta semana no es la 
misma para todas las fincas debido a que la enumeracion cubrio 
un perfodo de varias semanas. 

Se obtuvieron datos por separado para el operador, miembros 
de la familia del operador trabajando sin paga, trabajadores 
asalariados y obreros a jomal. 

Gastos especificados de la finca. — Se obtuvieron ilnicamente 
datos sobre gastos en la finca para parti das seleccionadas. Las 



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gpdos and medianeros were to be reported for the farm on which 
those persons worked. Only cash payments were to be included 
for hired labor. Ebcpenditures for housework were not to be in- 
cluded. 



Expenditures for feed were to include expenditures for con- 
centrates and mineral supplements as well as for grain and 
mixed feed. 

Expenditures for the purchase of chemical fertilizer were to 
include the total amount spent for commercial fertilizers of all 
kinds used on the farm. 

PRESENfTATION OF STATISTICS 

This report presents data from the 1959 Census of Agriculture 
with comparable data for Puerto Rico for previous censuses, 
beginning with 1910. Data are presented for each municipio for 
1959 and for 1950. 

Puerto Rico Tables. — The Puerto Rico summary tables pre- 
sent data for items for which historical figures are available for 
censuses prior to 1959. They present also the data for cross- 
tabulations made by tenure of operator, size of farm, type of 
farm, and economic class of farm for 1959. 

Municipio Tables. — The municipio tables present information 
for most of the items on the 1959 Agriculture Questionnaire, to- 
gether with the available comparable data from the 1950 Census. 



Minor Civil Ertvision Tables. — Data for most of the items in- 
cluded in the 1959 Census were tabulated by minor civil divi- 
sions (barrios), but these detailed tabulations are not included 
in any published reports. Information for these small geographic 
areas may be obtained by paying the cost of checking the data 
and preparing statistical tables. 



LIVESTOCK 

The 1959 Agriculture Questionnaire provided for an inventory 
of all the important kinds of animals and poultij' on farms. Ani- 
mals were to be enumerated on the farm on which they were 
located at the time of the enumeration, regardless of ownership. 
The farm operator was asked to report on his farm animals be- 
longing to the agregados and medianeros. The inquiries regard- 
ing animal production and sales of animal products on farms 
relate to the period from November 1, 1958, to October 31, 1959. 



Cows and Heifers, Cows Milked, and Milk Sold. — Data on 
number of cows and heifers relate to November 1959, but the 
data on the number of cows milked and milk sold relate to the 
period from November 1, 1958, to October 31, 1959. 



Goats and Goats Milked, — Data on the number of goats on the 
farm relate to November 1959, while data on the number of goats 
milked relate to the period from November 1, 1958, to October 
31, 1959. 

Comparability with Previous Censuses, — Comparability of 
data on the number of livestock and poultry for the various cen- 



cantidades gastadas por ag-egados y medianeros trabajando el 
terreno fueron informadas para la finca en donde esas personas 
vivfan o trabajaban. Solamente los pagos en efectivo fueron 
inclufdos en la pregunta relacionada con la msno de obra alqui- 
lada. Los gastos del servicio domestico no fueron incluidos. 

Los gastos para alimento de animales y aves incluyc/ gastos 
para alimentos concentrados y suplementos minerales al igual 
que gastos para granos. 

Los gastos para la compra de abono qufmico incluycf la canti- 
dad total gastada en la compra de toda clase de abonos comer- 
ciales usados en la finca. 



PRESENTAQON DE LAS ESTADISTICAS 

Este inform.e presenta los datos del Censo de Agricultura de 
1959 y datos comparables de censos anteriores empezando con 
el Censo de 1910. Los datos estan presentados para Rierto 
Rico y para cada municipio. 

Tablas para Puerto Rico. — Las tablas para Puerto Rico pre- 
sentan datos sobre aquellos productos agncolas para los cuales 
existen cifras anteriores a 1959, Tambien presentan datos en 
tabulaciones cruzadas segun la tenencia del operador, el 
tamano, el tipo y la clase economica de finca para 1959. 

Tablas para municipios*-Las tab] as para muni ci pics con tienen 
los datos relaci on ados con la mayona delos productos agncolas 
que aparecen en el Cuestionario para Finca de 1959, conjunta- 
mente con los datos comparativos disponibles del Censo de 
1950. 

Tablas para divisiones civiles menores. — Los datos corres- 
pondientes a la mayoria de los productos agn'colas inclufaos 
en el Censo de 1959 fueron tabulados por divisiones civiles 
menores o barrios pero estas tabulaciones detalladas no estan 
inclufdas en los informes publicados. Las informaoiones para 
estas pequenas areas geograficas pueden ser obtenidcispagando 
el costo de buscar los datos y de preparar las tablas estadfs- 
ticas. 

ANIMALES EN LA FINCA 

El Cuestionario para Finca usado para el Censo de Agricul- 
tura de 1959 estipulatja que se hiciera un inventario de toda 
clase importante de animales y aves en la finca. Los animales 
debian ser enumerados en la finca en que se encontraran en el 
momento de la enumereicion sin tomar en consideracion quienes 
eran los duenos de los mismos. Era responsabilidad del operas 
dor informal los animales que tenia en su finca pertenecientes a 
agregados y medianeros. Las preguntas en relacion con la 
produccion y venta de productos animales en las fincas se 
refieren al periodo del Iro de noviembre de 1958 al 31 de 
octubre de 1959. 

Vacas y novillas, vacas ordenadas y leche vendida.— Los 
datos relatives al niimero de vacas y novillas se refieren al Iro 
de noviembre de 1959 pero la informacidn sobre el nilmero de 
vacas ordenadas y leche vendida cubre el penodo del Iro de 
noviembre de 1958 al 31 de octubre de 1959. 

Cabros y cabras orderTadas. — La informacion sotire el numero 
de cahros en la finca se refiere al Iro de noviembre de 1959, 
mientras que los datos sobre el numero de cabras ordenadas se 
refieren al penodo del Iro de noviembre de 1958 al 31 de octubre 
de 1959. 

Comparabilidad oon censos anteriores. — La comparabilidad de 
datos sobre animales con los datos de censos anteriores esta 



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CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 



suses is affected by the date of the census enumeration, 
changes in specification of age groups to be reported, and other 
variations in questionnaire wording and instructions. Table A 
lists the enumeration date and animal age groups enumerated for 
each census from 1910 to 1959. 



In 1940, animals on places which did not qualify as farms 
were reported under "Domestic animals not on farms." Some of 
the animals that would have been classified as "not on farms" 
under 1940 procedures were enumerated on parcelas in 1950, 
while others belonging to medianeros living on farms were in- 
cluded in the report of the farms on which the medianeros lived. 
There were no provisions in 1950 and I959 for the enumeration 
of animals located on places less than one-fourth cuerda in 
size. Animals and poultry on parcelas — places of one-fourth to 
3 cuerdas in size — were not enumerated in 1959. 



In 1950 and 1959, the farmer was asked to give separate re- 
ports on the number of hens (gallinas) and the number of chick- 
ens, pullets, and roosters (polios, pollonas, y gallos) on the 
farm. In the 1920, 1930, 1935, and 1940 Censuses, the agricul- 
ture questionnaire asked only for the number of "gallinas." The 
term "gallinas" specifically refers to "hens" but is also used 
in Puerto Rico in a more general sense to refer to all chickens. 
Separate inquiries regarding hens and chickens, pullets and 
roosters were included on the 1950 and 1959 questionnaires in 
order to prevent misunderstemding as to the age and sex groups 
of chickens to be reported. 



afectada por la fecha de enumeracidn del Ceuso, cambios en las 
especificaciones de edades que debfan infomiarse y otras varia- 
clones en la terminologia usada en el cuestionario y en las 
instrucciones. La Tabla "A" presenta la fecha de levantamiento 
censal y Ics animales de acuerdo con las edades minimas que 
debian tener para ser enumerados en cada censo desde 1910 a 
1959. 

En 1940 aquellos animales en lugares que no reunian los 
requisites para ser clasificados como fincas fueron informados 
como "animales domesticos fuera de fincas." Algunos de los 
animales que hubiesen sido clasificados como "animales fuera 
de fincas' de acuerdo con el criterio y procedimiento puestos 
en practica en 1940, fueron enumerados en parcelas en 1950, 
mientras que aquellos otros animales pertenecientes a mediae 
neros residentes en fincas fueron incluidos en el informe 
correspondiente a los operadores de las fincas donde estos 
medianeros vivian. Los animales que habia en predios cuyas 
extensiones eran de menos de im cuarto de cuerda no fueron 
enumerados en el Censo de 1950 ni en el Censo de 1959. Los 
animales y aves en las parcelas, sitios de un cuarto a menos de 
tres cuerdas, no fueron enumerados en el 1959. 

En 1950 y 1959 se solicito del agricultor que diera datos por 
separado sobre el numero de gallinas, polios, nollonas y gallos 
en la finca. Eji los Censos de 1920, 1930, 1935 y 1940 el 
cuestionario de agrfcultura solicitaba unicamente el numero de 
gallinas. El t^rmino "gallinas" se refiere especfficamente a 
las hembras del gallo o tambien puede usarse como termino 
general que incluye gallinas, polios, pollonas, y gallos sin 
tomar en cuenta el sexo o la edad. Por lo tan to para evitar 
confusi(?n en la interpretacidn del termino, y que tal vez en 
algunos cases se omitiera el numero de gallos y polios, al 
infomar este dato se hizo la pregunta por separado para cada 
clase. 



TABLA A FECHAS DE ENUMEHACION Y EDADES DE LCE ANIMALES INFORMADOS EN LOS CENSOS DE 1910 A 1959 



Partlda 


1959 (Noviembre l) 


1950 (Abrll l) 


19A0 (Abril 1) 


1935 (Dlciembre l) 


1930 (Abrll l)' 


1920 (Enero l) 


1910 (Abrll 15) 


Caballos 


Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades..., 
Todas las edades.... 
Todas las edades^ . . . 


Todas laa edades. — 
Todas las edades.... 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 
Todas las edades^ . . . 


Mas de tres meses — 
Mas de tres meses . . . 
M6s de tres meses... 

Mas de seis meses 

Mas de cuatro meses. 
Mas de cuatro meses. 
Mas de cuatro meses. 


Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 

Todas las edades 

Edad no especlficada 


Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 
Todas las edades.... 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 
Todas las edades.... 
Edad no especlficada 


Todas las edades 

Todas las edades.... 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Todas las edades 

Edad no especlficada 




Burros y mulos 


Todas las edades. 


Cameros y corderos 

Cabros y cabritos 

Cerdos y cerditos 

Gallinas 


Todas las edades. 
Todas las edades. 
Todas las edades. 
Edad no especlficada 



^En los Censos de 1959 y 1950 se pregunto' a los agricultores por el numero de gallinas, y por el numero de polios, pollonas y gallos por separado. 



TABLE A.— CENSUS ENUMERATION DATES AND LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY AGE GROUPS REPORTED IN THE VARIOUS CENSUSES: 1910 TO 1959 



Item 


1959 (Nov. 1) 


1950 (April l) 


19^0 (April 1) 


1935 (De=. 1) 


1930 (April l) 


1920 (Jan. l) 


1910 (April 15) 






All ages 


Over 3 months old . . . 
Over 3 months old . . . 
Over 3 months old . . . 
Over 6 months old . . . 
Over ^ months old. . . 
Over 4 months old. .. 
Over 4 months old . . . 




All ages 


AH ages 


All ages. 
All ages. 
All ages. 
All ages. 






All ages 

All ages 




All ages 


All ages 

All ages 

All ages 


All ages 

All ages 


All ages 




All ages. . . . 


All ages 


Coats and kids 


All ages 

All ages 

All ages* . . 


All ages 

All ages 

Age not specified... 


All ages 


All ages 


Hogs and pigs 

Chickens 








All ages. 

Age not specified. 


All ages^ 


Age not specified... 


Age not specified. .. 







*In the 1959 and 1950 Censuses, farmers were asked to report hens and all other chickens (chickens, pullets, and roosters) separately. 



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CROPS 

Crops Harvested. — The agriculture questionnaire was so or- 
ganized that it was possible to list the area and quantity har- 
vested for every crop grown on the farm. If a separate question 
was not on the questionnaire for a particular crop, that crop was 
to be reported under one of several "all other" questions. 



The units of measure used for reporting the quantity harvested 
for some crops have varied from one census to another. The 
figures on quantity harvested for each crop are shown in the 
unit of measure appearing on the 1959 questionnaire. Sometimes 
this required that the figures for earlier years be converted into 
units different from those published for those years. Conver- 
sions have been made by using the weights and measures in 
current use. 

n eld Crops. — The 1959 questionnaire obtained data on the 
cuerdas harvested and tons produced of each of the Uiree types 
of sugarcane culture during the 1959 crop year as well as in- 
formation on the area planted in all three culture types on 
November 1, 1959, and the area planted in fall cane (gran cul- 
tura) on November 1, 1959, for harvest in 1960. 



For pineapples, the farm operator was asked to report cuerdas 
harvested and tons harvested from November 1, 1958, to October 
31, 1959, as well as the total area planted in the crop on 
November 1, 1959, and the estimated area for harvest in 1960. 



For all remaining field crops (except ooffee and ornamental 
plants) data are published on the number of cuerdas harvested 
and quantity harvested from Novemljer 1, 1958, to October 31, 
1959, and the quantity of the crops harvested during this period 
that was sold or was to be sold. 



In 1959 and 1950, information was obtained on the number of 
cuerdas cut for specified kinds of forage crops. In the 1940 
Census, only one question regarding the area was asked for all 
forage crops harvested. 

Vegetables. — In 1959 and 1950, farm operators were asked to 
report the cuerdas harvested, pounds harvested, and value of 
sales for each vegetable harvested for sale. In the 1940 Census 
only cuerdas harvested were enumerated for individual vege- 
tables, and only a total was obtained for the value of all vege- 
tables sold. 



Fruits. — For each fruit, the 1959 Agriculture Questionnaire 
called for the number of cuerdas in trees or plants; the quantity- 
harvested and sold; and, except for bananas and plantains, the 
number of bearing and nonbearing trees or plants on farm. 



CLASSIFICATION OF FARMS 

Farms by Size. — Farms were classified by size according to 
the total land area of each farm. Classification of farms by size 
was arranged to permit comparison with previous censuses in 
Puerto Rico as well as with censuses in the continental United 
States. 



PRODUCTOS AGRICOLAS 

Productos agncolas cosechados. — El cuestionario paxa finca 
estaba preparado en tal forma que era posible anotar el ffrea y 
la cantidad cosechada para cada producto agrfoola que fu^ 
sembrado en la finca. Si no habia en el cuestionario una pre- 
gunta especifica para pnotar los datos sobre un producto a^i- 
cola en particular, esta cosecha y sus datos respectivos debia 
de informarse bajo una de las varias preguntas con el epigrafe 
de "otros." 

Las unidades de medidas usadas para infomiar la cantidad 
cosechada de algunos productos agrfcolas han cambiado de un 
censo a otro. Las cifras sobre cantidad cosechada para cada 
producto aarfcola aparecen en la unidad de medida que se indica 
en el cuestionario para finca de 1959. Esto requirid que en 
algunos cases los datos informados en anos anteriores se 
cambiaran a otras unidades distintas a las publicadas en dichos 
anos. Los cambios se hicieron usando las medidas en uso 
corriente. 

Cosechas principales y frutos menores. — Se obtuvieron datos 
en el cuestionario para finca de 1959 sobre las cuerdas de 
caiia cortadas y las toneladas producidas de cada uno de los 
tres tipos distintos de siembra de esta, cosecha durante el ifiio 
agrfcola 1959, as' como informacio'n sobre el *ea total de cana 
de los tres tipos sembrada al Iro de noviembre de 1959 y el area 
decana de GranCultura que estaba sembrada al Irode noviembre 
de 1959 para cortarse en el 1960. 

Conrelacic^n a la oina, se le pregunto' al agricultorlas cuerdas 
cosechadas, las tonelaxlas cosechadas del Iro de noviembre de 
1958 al 31 de octubre de 1959, asf como el Aiea total sembrada 
de este producto agrfcola al Iro de noviembre de 1959 y el iirea 
estimada que se cosediaria en el ano entrante. 

Para las restantes cosechas principales y frutos menores 
(con excepcidn del cafe? y de plantas omamentales), se publican 
datos sobre el numero de cuerdas cosechadas y cantidad cose- 
chada del Iro de noviembre de 1958 al 31 de octubre de 1959, y 
la cantidad cosechada de dichos productos agrfcolas durante 
este pen'odo que fu^ vendida o que estaba disponible para 
venderse. 

Fn el 1959 y 1950 se obtuvo informacio'n sobre el numero de 
cuerdas de las distintas clases de yerbas que se cortaron para 
forraje. En el Censo de 1940 se pregunto solaipente por el cCrea 
total cte yerbas que se cortaron para forraje. 

Vegetales. — Los operadoresde las distintas fincas informaron 
al enumerador en 1959 y 1950 las cuerdas cosechadas, cantidad 
vendida y valor de venta para cada vegetal que fud" producido 
para el mercado. En el Censo de 1940 solaiiiente se informaron 
las cuerdas cosechadas para cada hortaliza mientras que el 
valor de las ventas se referfa al valor total de todos los vege- 
tal es. 

Frutas. — El Censo de Agricultura de 1959 solicitaba el 
numero de cuerdas sembradas de arboles frutales, la cantidad 
cosechada y vendida, y el numero de arboles o plantas en edad 
de produccioh y de no produccioh en cada fnica, con excepcidh 
de los guineos y platanos. 

CLASinCAaON DE FINCAS 

Fincas por Tammo. — Las fincas se clasificaron por tamaio 
de acuerdo con el &ea total de terrene en cada una. La 
clasificacidn de fincas por tamano fue'hechaen tal forma que 
permite comparacidh con los censos anteriores de Puerto Rico, 
asf como tambieh con los censos de los Estados Unidos. 



XXII 



CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 



Farms by Tenure of Operator. — ^Tn the 1959 Census farm oper- 
ators are classified according to the tenure under which they 
operate the land in their farm. "Hie tenure was determined on 
the basis of the report as to land owned, total land rented from 
others, and land managed for others. 



Full owners own land but do not rent from others. 



Part owners own land and rent land from others. 

Managers operate farms for others and aie paid a wage or 
salary for their services. Persons acting merely as. care- 
takers, "mayordoraos" (foremen), or hired laborers are not 
classified as managers. If a farm operator managed land for 
others and also operated land on liis own account, the land 
operated on his own account was considered as one farm and 
the land managed for others as another farm. The decrease 
in the number of farms operated bj- managers from 1940 to 
1950 resulted largely from changes "in procedures in the clas- 
sification of farms \yy tenure. In the 1940 and prior censuses, 
a considerable number of small farms operated bj- foremen, 
sons of owners, etc., were classified as operated by" managers. 
In 1950 and 1959, such farms were classified as operated b\' 
owners rather than by managers. Tlie farms operated bj- a 
church, a school, a hospital, or a government agency, were 
classified as operated by managers. 



Tenants rent from others all the land they operate. 



Farms by Economic Class. — A classification of farms by 
economic class was marie for the purpose of set^'egatinfifi^oupsof 
farms that are somewhat alike in their characteristics and size 
of operations. This classification was made in order to present 
an accurate description of the farms in each class and in order 
to pro\'ide basic data for an analysis of the organization of agri- 
culture. Only the farms in the sample were classified by eco- 
nomic class. The totals given in the tables represent estimates 
for all farms based on tabulations of the data for the farms in- 
cluded in the sample. 



The classification of farms by economic class was made on 
the basis of the total value of all farm products sold and number 
of days the farm operator worked off the farm. Farms operated 
by institutions or government agencies (except farms operated 
by the Land Authority) were always classified as abnormal. 



Except in the case of vegetables sold and ornamental plants 
Sold, the value of crops, animals, and animal products sold was 
not obtained in the 1959 Census. The value of sales was esti- 
mated by multiplying the quantity sold for each crop, animal, or 
animal product by unit prices. The unit prices used were as 
follows: 



Price 
per unit 
Farm Product (dollars) 

Sugarcane 9.10 

Pineapples- 49.83 

Coffee- .56 

Tobacco ,.il 

Cotton .13 

Rice - .07 



Unit 

Ton 
Ton 

Pound 
Pound 
Pound 
Pound 



Fincas por Tenencia del Operador. — En el censo de 1959 los 
operailores de fincas se clasificaron de acuerdo con la tenencia 
bajo la cual ellos operan el terreno en sus fincas. La tenencia 
fue'detenninada a base de! informe sobre terreno propio, total de 
terreno tornado en arrendainiento y terreno administrado para 
otros. 

Los propietarios poseen terreno pero no toman terreno en 
arrendamiento. 

Los propietarios en parte poseen terreno y toman terreno en 
arrendajiiiento. 

Los administradores operan fincas para otras perscmas y 
recibienun salario por sus servicios. Las personas que actuMi 
m.eramente como vigilantes, mayordomos u obreros a sueldo no 
son clasificados como administradores. Si el operador de ima 
finca administraba bajo salario terreno perteneciente a otra 
persona y tambien estaba a cargp de la operacidh de terreno 
propio, los terrenes asf atendidos se consideraban como dos 
fincas distintas. La disminucidh en el numero de fincas que 
fuercn explotadas por administradores desde el 1940 al 1950 
se debe mayormente a cajnbios de procedimientos en la clasi- 
ficacidn de las fincas por tenencia. Un numero considerable 
de fincas pequenas operadas por mayordom.os, hijos de los 
duenos, etc. fueron clasificadas como operaxias por adminis- 
tradores asalariados en 1940 y censos anteriores. En 1950 y 
1959 tales fincas fueron clasificadas como operadas por 
duenos en vez de por administradores. Fincas operadas por 
una iglesia, escuela, hospital o agencia del gpbiemo se 
clasificaron como administradas. 

Los arrendatarios toman en arrendamiento todo el terreno 
que operan. 



Fincas por clase econcimica, — Una clasificacio'nde fincas por 
clase economica fue' hecha con el propdsito de segregar las 
fincas en grupos con caracteristicas y tamano de operaciones 
casi iguales. Esta clasificacion se hizo para presentar una 
descripcion segura de las fincas en cada clase y para que se 
proveyera una data basica para el analisis de la organizacidn de 
la apricultura, Solamente las fincas incluidas en la m.uestra 
fueron clasificadas por clase economica. Los totales dados en 
las tablas representan estimados para todas las fincas basados 
en la tabulacion de la data para las fincas incluidas en la 
muestra. 

La olasificacionde fincas por clase econc^mica sehizo a base 
del valor total de todos los productos vendidos, y del niimero de 
dias el operador trabajd fuera de la finca durante el ano. Las 
fincas operadas por instituciones o agendas del gobiemo 
(excepto las fincas operadas por la Autoridad de Tierras) fueron 
siempre clasificadas como anorm.ales. 

Con excepcion de los vegetal es y las plantas ornamental es 
vendidas, el valor de las ventas de los productos agncolas, 
animales y productos de animates no se obtuvo en el Censo de 
1959. El valor de las ventas fue' estimado multiplicando la 
cantidad vendida de cada producto agricola, animal o producto 
de animal por determinada unidad de precio. Las unidades de 
precios que se usaron son las siguientes: 



Producto aijrf.cola 

Cana de azucar 

Pinas 

Cafe 

Tabaco 

Algoddn 

Arroz 



! 'recto 




por 




unidad 




(declares) 


Unidad 


9.10 


Tonelada 


49.83 


Tonelada 


.56 


Libra 


.31 


Libra 


.13 


Libra 


.07 


Libra 



PUERTO RICO 



XXIII 



Farm Product 



Cowpeas 

Pigeon peas 

Drj- beans 

Com 

Sweetpotatoes - 
Dasheens 



Yams 

Taniers — 
Cassava -• 
Citions — 
Coconuts - 
Plantains - 



Ban anas- - 
Grapefruit 
Oranges -- 

Limes 

Avocados - 
Mangoes - - 



Cattle 

Hogs and pips- 
Milk 



Price 




per unit 




(dollars) 


Unit 


.10 


Pound 


.10 


Pound 


.08 


Pound 


.05 


Pound 


.04 


Pound 


.01 


Pound 


.03 


Pound 


.03 


Pound 


.03 


Pound 


.03 


Pound 


.03 


Each nut 


.60 


Bunch 


.10 


Bunch 


19.90 


Per 1,000 


4.84 


Per 1,000 


4.00 


Per 1,000 


33.76 


Per 1,000 


4.30 


Per 1,000 


144.00 


Each 


29.00 


Each 


.16 


Quart 


.51 


Dozen 


1.71 


Each 



Eggs ■ 

Chicken hens, roosters, and pullets ■ 



These unit prices were secured from the Department of Agri- 
culture of Puerto Rico. 

Farms were divided into eleven groups as follows: 



Commercial, Farms 



Value of Farm 
Products Sold 



I $20,000 or more 

11 S10,000 to S19,999 



III — 
IV—- 

V 

VI— 
VII— 
VTTI- 



S7,500 to 
S5,000 to 
$2,500 to 
$1,200 to 
$500 to 
$150 to 



$9,999 
$7,499 
$4,999 
$2,499 
$1,199 
$499 



The otlier farms were divided into three economic classes as 
follows: 

1. Partrtime farms — Operator working off the farm 75 or 
more days and sales of farm products less than $150. 



2. Subsistence tarms — Operator working off the farm less 
than 75 days and sales of farm products less than $150. 



3. Abnormal farms — Includes all institutional and experi- 
mental farms regardless of the value of sales. Institutional 
farms include those operated by hospitals, penal institutions, 
schools, etc. 



Producto agncola 



Frijoles 

Gandules 

Habichuelas secas- 

Mafz 

Batatas 

Malangas 



Names 

Yautias- - 

Yuca 

Qdras 

Co cos 

Platanos 



Guineos — 
ToTonjas — 

Chinas 

Limones — 
Aguacates ■ 
Mangos 



Vacas 

Cerdos 

Lsche 

T'uevos 

Gallinas, gallos y polios-- 



Precio 




por 




unidad 




(declares) 


Unidad 


.10 


Libra 


.10 


Libra 


.08 


Libra 


.05 


Libra 


.04 


Libra 


.01 


Libra 


.03 


Libra 


.03 


Libra 


.03 


Libra 


.03 


Libra 


.03 


Cada uno 


.60 


Racimo 


.40 


Racimo 


19.90 


Millar 


4.84 


Millar 


4.00 


Millar 


33.76 


Millar 


4.30 


Millar 


144.00 


Cada una 


29.00 


Cada uno 


.16 


Litro 


.51 


Docena 



1.71 Cada uno 



Estas unidades de precio se obtuvieron del Dspartamento de 
Agricultura de Puerto Rico. 

Las fincas se dividieron en once grupos, como sigue: 

Valor de los 
productos 
Fincas comerciales vendidos 



I 

II 

III--- 
IV--- 

V 

VI--- 
VII-- 
VIII- 



$20,000 o mas 

$10,000 a $19,999 

$7,500 a $9,999 

$5,000 a $7,499 

82,500 a $4,999 

$1,200 a $2,499 

$500 a $1,199 

$1 50 a 5499 



Las demas fincas fueron agrupadas entres clases econdmicas, 
como sigue: 

1. Fincas trabajadas parte del tiempo — £1 operadorde la 
finca informcf haber trabajado fuera de la finca 75 dias o mas 
durante el ano 1959 y el valor estimado de las ventas de los 
productos agrf colas fue'menos de $150. 

2. Fincas de subsistsncia — Fl operador informo' haber 
trabajado fuera de la finca menos de75 dias durante el sS\o de 
1959, y el valor estimado de las ventas de los productos agn- 
colas fue'menos de $150. 

3. Fincas anormales — Todas las fincas expert m.en tales y 
todas las pertenecientes a instituciones se incluyen aquj sin 
considerar el valor de las ventas de los productos agncolas. 
Las fincas pertenecientes a instituciones se relacionan a 
estas operadas por hospitales, instituciones penales, escu- 
elas, etc. 



XXIV 



CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 



Farms by TVpe. — Commercial farms with a value of $150 or 
more of farm products sold were classified by type on the basis 
of the source from which 50 percent or more of the calculated 
value of all farm products sold was obtained. In some cases the 
type of farm was determined on the basis of the value of sales 
for an individual farm product such as sugarcane, or on the 
basis of combined sales of closely related products such as 
fruits and nuts. In other cases, when 50 percent of the total 
value of sales was not derived from specified individual prod- 
ucts or a closely related group of products, the type was deter- 
mined on the basis of the value of sales of a broader group of 
products. For instance, if the value of cotton, rice, pigeon 
peas, cowpeas, dry beans, com, sweetpotatoes, dasheens, yams, 
taniers, cassava, peanuts, Irish potatoes, and other minor crops 
sold represented 50 percent or more of the total value of farm 
products sold, the farm was classified as a "minor-crop" farm.. 

The types, together with the products or groups of products 
from which 50 percent or more of the total sales were to be de- 
rived, are as follows: 



Product or group of ■products amounting 
to 60 percent or mere of the value of 
Type all farm products sold 

Sugarcane Sugarcane. 

Coffee- Coffee. 

Tobacco Tolacco 

Minoi^crop Cotton rice, pigeon peas, cowpeas, 

dry beans, com, sweetpotatoes, da^ 
sheens, yams, taniers, cassava, 
peanuts, Irish potatoes, and other 
minor field crops. 

Fruit-and-nut All tree fruits, nuts, and pineapples. 

Livestock- - Hog^, cattle, milk, poultry, and poultry 

products. 

General-crop A farm was classified as general-crop 

if 50 percent or more of the value of 
farm products sold was obtained 
from the sale of crops, but the value 
of a crop or group of crops, as spec- 
ified for sugarcane, coffee, tobacco, 
or minor crops, and fmit and nut 
farms, did not equal 50 percent or 
more of the total value of farm prod- 
ucts sold. 

Crop-and-livestock Farms on which less than half of the 

value of all farm products sold was 
obtained from the sale of crops 
listed for each crop-tyrie of farm 
above or from the sale of livestock 
and livestock products were classi- 
fied as crop-and-livestock farms. 

Miscellaneous All farms with calculated sales of 

$150 or more that could not be 
classified into any of the above 
groups. These farms include farms 
with 50 percent or more of the total 
value of farm products sold from 
the sale of ornamental plants, or of 
vegetables. 

STATISTICS FOR PARCELAS 

In order to obtain information regarding parcelas and parcela 
characteristics, questions related to tenure of operator; value of 
livestock and livestock products sold; and value of crops, vege- 
tables, and fruits sold were included in the Enumerator's 
Record Book. Sales were reported for the year 1959. 

This information was obtained for all places having an area 
of one-fourth of a cuerda but less than three cuerdas. 



Flncas por tipo. — Las fincas comerciales con productos agri- 
colas vendidos por valor de $150 o mas fueron clasificadas a 
base de aquel producto que produjo 50 por ciento o mas del valor 
computado de todos los productos agrfcolas vendidos. En 
ajgunos casos el tipo de finca se determind a base del valor de 
las ventas de un solo producto agrfcola; como por ejemplo, la 
carTa de azucar; o a base del as ventas combinadas de productos 
rela,cionados entre si, como frutas y nueces. En otios casos, 
cuando el 50 por ciento del valor total de las ventas nose derivo' 
de productos individuales o de un grupo de productos relacio- 
riados entre si, el lipo de finca se determined a base del valor de 
las ventas de un grupo de productos mas amplio. For ejemplo, 
si el valor del algoddn, arroz, gandules, frijoles, habichuelas 
secas, mafz, batatas, malangas, fiames, yautfas, yuca, mam, 
papas, y otros frutos menores vendidos fue'de 50 por ciento o 
mas del valor total de productos agrfcolas vendidos, la finca se 
clasificd como finca de frutos menores. 

Los ti[X>s, conjuntamente con los productos o grupos de 
productos de los cuales se derive 50 por ciento o mas del valor 
total de las ventas, se senalan a continuacidn: 

t'roducto grupo de productos que repre- 
sentan un 50 por ciento o mas del 
valor de todos los productos agncolas 
Tipo vendidos 

Cana de e^zucar Calia de azucar. 

Cafe Cafe, 

Tabaco Tabaoo. 

Frutos menores Algoddn, arroz, gandules, frijoles, habi- 
chuelas secas, maiz, batatas, malanga, 
names, yautfa, yucfi, manf, papas y 
otros frutos menores. 

FruUis y nueces Todos los arboles frutBiles, nueces y 

pinas. 
Canado Cerdos, ganado vacuno, leche, aves y 

productos de aves. 

Cosecha general Una finca fue clasificada como cosecha 

general, si el 50 por ciento o mas del 
valor de los productos agncolas ven- 
dido fu^obtenido de la venta de cose- 
chas, pero el valor de una cosecha o 
grupo de productos como caiTa de 
azifcar, cafe', tabacc^ frutos menores, y 
frutas y nueces no era igual al 50 por 
ciento o mas del valor total de todos 
los productos agncolas vendidos. 

Cosecha y ganado Las fincas con un valor, de las ventas 

de cosechas, especificadas anterior- 
mente por bpo, o de las ventas de 
ganado y productos de ganaderfa y 
aves, de menos de la mita^ del valor 
de todos los productos afjicolas ven- 
didos se clasificaron como fincas de 
cosecha y ganado. 

Nliscelanea Todas las fincas con ventas calculadas 

de $150 o mas que no se pudieron 
clasificar en ninguno de los grupos 
anteriores. Estas fincas incluyen las 
fincas con el 50 por ciento o mdJs del 
valor total de los productos agrfcolas 
yendidosde ventas de plantas om amen- 
ta! es o de vegetal es. 

ESTACISTICAS PARA PARCELAS 

Para obtsner la informacidn reiacionada a parcelas y las 
caracteristicas de dstas, se incluyeron en el libro de registro 
prsguntas relacionadas a la tenencia de la parcela, alvalorde 
los animales y de los productos de animal vendido, y al valor de 
las cosechas vendidas. Las ventas informadas fueron durante 
el ijno 1959. 

Esta informacidn se obtuvo da todos los sitios en los distritos 
mralas que tenian un area de un ci:arto de cuerda a menos de 
tres cuerdas. 



Chapter A 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

(1) 



PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 1. -NUMBER AND AREA OF FARMS, 1910 TO 1959 



Item 


1959 


1950 




1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 




45,792 

-7,723 
-14.4 

1,682,556 

-162,330 
-8.8 

36.7 


53,515 

-2,004. 
-3.6 

1,844,886 

-40,988 
-2.2 

81.8 

34.5 


55,519 

2,729 
5.2 

1,885,874 

-27,173 
-1.4 

83.6 

34.0 


52,790 

-175 
-0.3 

1,913,047 

-66,427 
-3.4 

34.8 

36.2 


52,965 

11,887 
28.9 

1,979,474 

-42,930 
-2.1 

87.8 

37.4 


41,078 

-17,293 
-29.6 

2,022,404 

-62,758 
-3.0 

89.7 

49.2 


58,371 

m 

NA 

2,085,162 

NA 
HA 

92.4 

35.7 


Increase over preceding census: 




All land In fanns (cuerdas) 

Increase over preceding census: 






Average per farm (cuerdas ) 



NA Not available. 

^The total land area is 2,126,386 cuerdas for 1959 and 2,255,68A cuerdas for 1910 to 1950. 



Puerto Rico Table 2.-NUMBER AND AREA OF FARMS, BY SIZE OF FARM, 1910 TO 1959 





Number of farms 






All lano 


in farms (cuerdas) 






Item 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 




45,792 

(M 

22,967 

9,654 

7,788 

2,621 

1,212 

512 

1,038 


53,515 

(') 

27,985 

10,538 

8,687 

3,166 

1,440 

627 

1,072 


55,519 

1,198 

28,172 

11,288 

8,575 

3,200 

1,504 

646 

936 


52,790 

1,782 

25,326 

11,166 

8,339 

3,137 

1,488 

656 

846 


52,965 

2,128 

24,392 

11,067 

8,835 

3,351 

1,570 

674 

943 


41,078 
1,127 

14,854 
9,621 
8,467 
3,493 
1,639 
723 
1,154 


^ 


58,371 

42,004 

3,872 
3,723 
1,726 

2,041 


1,682,556 

f (M 

< 115,237 

L 130,077 

234,010 

176,636 

155,767 

107,650 

I 763,129 


1,844,886 
(M 
143,008 
144,449 
263,720 
216,148 
186,539 
133,055 
757,967 


1,885,874 
2,154 
143,284 
151,510 
258,563 
215,540 
191,673 
135,568 
787,577 


1,913,047 
3,305 
131,320 
147,770 
250,339 
211,324 
189,193 
137,662 
841,634 


1,979,474 
3,909 
127,523 
147,503 
264,712 
226,464 
201,928 
143,884 
863,551 


2,022,404 

\ 215,222 

255,199 
234,993 
209,541 

k, 107, 449 


2,085,162 








257,922 








268,234 




250,691 




221,306 
















Percent distribution 


All farms 


100.0 

CM 

50.2 

21.1 

17;0 

5.7 

2.6 

1.1 

2.3 


100.0 

(') 

52.3 

19.7 

16.2 

5.9 

2.7 

1.2 

2.0 


100.0 
2.2 
50.7 
20.3 
15.4 
5.8 
2.7 
1.2 
1.7 


100.0 

3.4 

48.0 

21.2 

15.9 

5.9 

2.8 

1.2 

1.6 


100.0 

4.0 

46.1 

20.9 

16.7 

6.3 

3.0 

1.3 

1.8 


100.0 

2.7 

36.2 

23.4 

20.6 

8.5 

4.0 

1.8 

2.8 


} 


100.0 

72.0 

15.2 
6.4 
3.0 

3.5 


100.0 

f (') 

6.9 

l 7.7 

13.9 

10.5 

9.3 

r 6.4 

V 45.4 


100.0 
(M 
7.8 
7.8 
14.3 
U.7 
10.1 
7.2 
41.1 


100.0 
0.1 
7.6 
8.0 
13.7 
11.4 
10.2 
7.2 
41.8 


100.0 

0.2 

6.9 

7.7 

13.1 

11.0 

9.9 

7.2 

44.0 


100.0 
0.2 
6.4 
7.5 
13.4 
11.4 
10.2 
7.3 
43.6 


100.0 

10.6 

12.6 
11.6 
10.4 

} 54.8 


100.0 








12.4 








12.9 




12.0 


100-174 cuerdas 


10.6 




52.1 









^Not enumerated or counted as farms in 1959 or 1950, 



Puerto Rico Table 3.-NUMBER AND AREA OF FARMS, BY TENURE OF OPERATOR, 1910 TO 1959 





Number 


Percent distribution 




Item 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 




45,792 

43,573 

531 

1,638 

1,682,556 

1,257,134 

327,036 

98,386 

36.7 

28.9 

615.9 

5B.3 


53,515 

50,134 

421 

2,910 

1,844,886 

1,378,626 

340,194 

126,066 

34.5 
27.5 
803.1 
43.3 


55,519 

42,990 

1,303 

11,226 

1,385,874 

1,072,144 

573,699 

240,031 

34.0 

24.9 

440.3 

21.4 


52,790 

40,435 

2,414 

9,891 

1,913,047 

1,002,511 

708,293 

202,243 

36.2 

24.8 

293.4 

20.4 


52,965 

43,101 

3,374 

6,490 

1,979,474 

1,166,976 

676,760 

135,733 

37.4 
27.1 
200.6 
20.9 


41,078 

36,407 

1,213 

3,458 

2,022,404 

1,485,203 

351,335 

135,861 

49.2 

40.8 

289.6 

53.7 


58 ,371 

46,779 

1,170 

10,422 

2,085,162 

1,457,345 

401,747 

226,070 

35.7 

31.2 

343.4 

21.7 


100.0 
95.2 

1.2 
3.7 

100.0 

74.7 

19.4 

5.8 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 

93.8 

0.8 

5.4 

100.0 
74.7 
13.4 
6.8 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 

77.4 

2.3 

20.2 

lOO.O 
56.9 
30.4 
12.7 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 
76.7 
4.6 
18.7 

100.0 
52.4 
37.0 
10.6 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 

81.4 

6.4 

12.2 

100.0 

59.0 

34.2 

6.9 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 
88.6 
3.0 
8.4 

100.0 
73.4 
17.4 
9.2 

XXX 
XXX 
XXX 
XXX 


100.0 




80.1 




2.0 




17.9 




100.0 




69.9 




19.3 




10.3 




XXX 




XXX 




XXX 




XXX 







STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 
Puerto Rico Table 4.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF LIVESTOCK ON FARMS, 1910 TO 1959 





Farms reporting 


Item 


Number 






Percent of all 


farms 








1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 




14,503 

1,470 

26,957 

180 

4,747 

24,569 

'36,781 

608 


19,126 

1,794 

32,852 

500 

n,505 

30,607 

'47,241 

1,457 


'16,239 

NA 

'31,031 

*698 

'13,799 

'31,542 

'44,849 

906 


20,801 

NA 

29,978 

354 

15,189 

32,085 

42,865 

1,466 


23,257 

NA 

NA 

603 

13,421 

27,748 

44,307 

1,180 


22,681 

NA 

25,208 

604 
n,901 
27,854 
36,273 

825 


24,367 

NA 

30,647 

866 
17,717 
33,247 
44,601 

229 


31.7 

3.2 

58.9 

0.4 

10.4 

53.7 

80.3 

1.3 


35.7 

3.4 

61.4 

0.9 

21.5 

57.2 

88.3 

2.7 


29.2 

NA 

55.9 

1.3 
24.9 
56.3 
80.8 

1.6 


39.4" 

NA 

56.8 

0.7 
28.8 
60.8 
81.2 

2.8 


43.9 

HA 

NA 

1.1 

25.3 

52.4 

83.7 

2.2 


55.2 

NA 

61.4 

1.5 
29.0 
67.8 
83.3 

2.0 


41.7 

NA 

52.5 

1.5 
30.4 
57.0 
76.4 

0.4 














Hives of bees 














Number of 


livestock 
















Item 


Total 




Average per farm 


reporting 






1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 


1959 


1950 


1940 


1935 


1930 


1920 


1910 




22,900 

3,685 

294,106 

1,761 

15,191 

73,029 

'874,997 

8,627 


36,390 

5,419 

289,389 

3,121 

39,311 

91,069 

'799,353 

17,794 


'33,688 

'6,199 

'299,734 

^3,488 

'42,861 

'97,306 

'769,934 

17,235 


35,976 
7,734 
266,154 
3,363 
36,478 
79,508 
667,749 
19,160 


42,L20 

7,583 

296,235 

3,259 

34,269 

69,266 

684,448 

22,162 


46,922 
7,911 
263,710 
3,755 
32,971 
98,760 
599,352 
41,093 


55,225 

5,554 

313,886 

5,525 

45,932 

103,041 

599,070 

5,913 


1.6 
2.5 
10.9 
9.8 
3.2 
3.0 
23.8 
14.2 


1.9 
3.0 
3.8 
6.2 
3.4 
3.0 
16.9 
12.2 


2.1 

NA 

9.7 

5.0 

3.1 

3.1 

17.2 

19.0 


1.7 
NA 
8.9 
9.5 
2.4 
2.5 
15.6 
13.1 


1.8 

NA 

NA 

5.4 

2.6 

2.5 

15.4 

18.3 


2.1 

NA 

10.5 

6.2 

2.8 

3.5 

16.5 

49.3 


2.3 






10.2 
6 4 






2 6 




3 1 








25 8 







NA Not available. 
^Over 3 months old. 
^Over 6 months old. 
^Over 4 months old. 
^Chicken hens only. 



Puerto Rico Table 5. -FARMS REPORTING AND AREA OF VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE, 1929 TO 1959 



Farms reporting 



Area harvested for sale (cuerdas) 



Total 

Eggplant 

Pumpkins and squashes 

Onions 

Green beans 

Lettuce 

Cucumbers 

Peppers 

Okra 

Cabbage 

Tomatoes 

All other 

NA Not available. 



NA 

504 

2,489 

33 

445 

379 

140 

1,394 

156 

484 

1,307 

NA 



5,923 

922 

2,158 

307 

641 

679 

158 

1,535 

222 

992 

2,294 

NA 



6,033 

1,015 

2,389 

389 

774 

730 

272 

1,864 

483 

1,387 

3,459 

219 



12,804 

1,478 
2,081 

881 
9,076 
1,224 

180 
2,202 

626 

2,681 

3,437 

NA 



5,977 

196 
2,333 

23 
406 
122 

95 
729 

95 

427 

1,085 

461 



6,463 

291 
1,692 

137 

499 

158 
63 

622 
81 

665 
1,591 

659 



6,860 

332 
1,188 
404 
499 
210 
321 
845 
198 
603 
2,125 
135 



3,616 

137 
378 
432 
385 
180 
134 
606 
170 
297 
809 
33 



11,962 

345 
847 
377 

7,195 
257 
176 
619 
184 
656 

1,033 
273 



PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 6.-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED FOR THE PRINCIPAL CROPS 

1909 TO 1959 



Crop and year 



Pineapples : 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Sugarcane : 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Coffee : 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Tobacco: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Rice: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Dry beans: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Com: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Cowpeas : 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

Pigeon peas: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

Cotton: 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1909 

Sweetpotatoes : 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

1919 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

Taniers (yautfas): 

1959 

1949 

1939 

1935 

1929 

Dasheens (nalangas) 

1959 

1949 

Cassavas (yucas) : 

1959 

1949 

Peanuts : 

1959 

1949 



Farms reporting 



56 
140 
268 
847 
1,438 
445 
590 

9,804 
11,204 
9,896 
7,089 
7,103 
8,839 
6,816 

22,963 
24,657 
22,407 
21,125 
17,295 
22,704 
25,433 

8,330 
14,937 
16,918 
17,686 
17,106 
9,561 
8,329 

483 
4,299 
8,716 
6,233 
3,277 
5,232 
8,382 

5,851 
18,372 
31,543 
25,202 
25,165 
16,095 
11,693 

8,425 
24,334 
32,236 
25,298 
32,309 
21,656 
27,400 

1,928 
4,804 
10, 3U 
2,852 

10,503 
23,744 
27,322 
18,450 

71 
880 
992 
400 
2,723 
942 
555 

8,997 
25,552 
35,990 
31,759 
33,913 
22,313 

6,466 
12,506 
12,311 
11,468 

7,049 

10,954 
21,009 
24,189 
20,686 
17,834 

5,404 

12,499 

2,340 
8,069 



Percent of 
all farms 



0.1 
0.3 
0.5 
1.6 
2.7 
1.1 
1.0 

21.4 
20.9 
17.8 
13.4 
13.4 
21.5 
11.7 

50.1 
46.1 
40.4 
40.0 
27.5 
55.3 
43.6 

18.2 
27.9 
30.5 
33.5 
32.3 
23.3 
14.3 

1.1 
8.0 
15.7 
11.8 
6.2 
12.7 
15.2 

12.8 
34.3 
56.8 
47.7 
47.5 
39.2 
20.0 

18.4 
45.5 
58.1 
47.9 
61.0 
52.7 
46.9 

4.2 

9.0 

18.6 

5.4 

22.9 
44.4 
49.2 
34.9 

0.2 
1.6 
1.8 
0.8 
5.1 
2.3 
1.0 

19.6 
47.7 
64.8 
60.2 
64.0 
54.3 

14.1 
23.4 
22.2 
21.7 
13.3 

23.9 
39.3 
43.6 
39.2 
33.7 

11.8 
23.4 

5.1 
15.1 

0.1 

0.2 



Ouerdas harvested 



4,027 
3,553 
1,912 
lU 
NA 
NA 
NA 

320,940 
344 067 
229,750 
245,154 
237,758 
227,815 
145,433 

183,430 
176,386 
181, 106 
182,316 
191,712 
193,561 
186,875 

17,328 
26,834 
28,584 
45,720 
52,947 
39,068 
22,142 

581 
5,342 
13,753 
9,386 
5,244 
11,749 
16,138 

5,925 
19,962 
48,363 
31,470 
40,902 
34,907 
20,652 

16,138 
39,497 
59,350 
49,820 
70,217 
58,785 
56,640 

1,446 
3,701 
12,373 
3,379 

11,555 
20,436 
34,301 
15,954 

412 
2,736 
3,381 
934 
10,282 
2,760 
1,425 

8,026 
23,818 
49,565 
36,947 

47,616 
31,457 

4,345 
6,125 
8,827 
7,966 
5,136 

8,704 
14,693 
22,030 
17,596 
16,683 

3,543 
7,835 

1,276 
3,681 

101 

157 



Average per 
farm reporting 



71.9 
25.4 
7.1 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

32.7 
30.7 
23.2 
34.6 
33.5 
25.3 
21.3 

8.0 
7.2 
8.1 
8.6 
11.1 
8.5 
7.3 

2.1 
1.8 
1.7 
2.6 
3.1 



1.2 
1.2 
1.6 
1.5 
1.6 
2.2 
1.3 

1.0 
1.1 
1.5 
1.2 
1.6 
2.2 
1.8 

1.9 
1.6 
1.8 
2.0 
2.2 
2.7 
2.1 

0.8 
0.8 

1.2 



1..1 
0.9 
1.3 
0.9 

5.8 
3.1 
3.4 
2.3 
3.3 
2.9 
2.6 

0.9 
0.9 
1.4 
1.2 
1.4 
1.4 

0.7 
0.5 
0.7 
0.7 
0.7 

0.8 
0.7 
0.9 
0.9 
0.9 

0.6 
0.6 

0.5 
0.5 



Quantity harvested 



Unit of 
measure 



Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Tons 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Lb. (unglnned) 
Lb. (unginned) 
Lb. (unginned) 
Lb. (unginned) 
Lb. (unginned) 
Lb. (unginned) 
Lb. (unginned) 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 

Pounds 



Quantity 



1.7 Pounds. 



15, 

32 
103 

81 
115 

59, 

16, 
18 
25 
20 
16 

18 
24 
42 
34 
35, 

9 
16 



42,265 
33,462 
11,971 
14,236 
16,365 
6,940 
16,388 

155,136 
699,147 
237,717 
299,977 
602,451 
961,984 
130,750 

000,054 
661,626 
652,044 
855,543 
331,877 
209,362 
717,727 

418,717 
254,260 
885,377 
254,288 
358,149 
362,826 
827,755 

360,957 
480,080 
915,600 
890,600 
212,600 
359,400 
962,300 

726,811 
808,972 
248,800 
501,200 
420,300 
339,400 
533,200 

757,139 
122,102 
811,000 
659,300 
901,600 
307,000 
701,200 

669,632 
079,467 
048,000 
748,200 

576,054 
938,152 
722,200 
714,800 

294,830 
175,677 
637,067 
498,706 
482,462 
052,037 
630,400 

906,560 
485,183 
160,000 
687,800 
244,300 
400,900 

578,254 
631, 169 
352,500 
093,400 
211,800 

792,895 
105,774 
707,200 
129,400 
094,700 

694,098 
319,681 

448,663 
775,236 

71,305 
108,878 



Average per 
cuerda 



10.5 
9.4 
6.3 



NA 

31.6 
31.1 
31.5 
33.9 
23.6 
17.4 
21.9 

158 
145 
180 
142 
38 
275 
282 

1,121 
829 
696 
684 
573 
496 
489 

621 
464 
576 
521 
422 
456 
431 

460 

291 
398 
429 
475 
468 
365 

790 
585 
620 
635 
639 
635 
542 

463 
292 

408 
1,109 

656 
340 
458 
546 

715 
430 
434 
534 
533 
381 
442 

1,982 
1,364 
2,081 
2,211 
2,420 
1,888 

3,815 
3,042 
2,929 
2,523 
3,126 

2,159 
1,641 
1,934 
1,940 
2,104 

2,736 
2,083 

1,919 
1,297 

706 
693 



NA Not available. 



6 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 7.-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED FOR THE 

PRINCIPAL FRUITS AND COCONUTS, 1910 TO 1959 





Farms reporting 


Trees or plants 
not bearing 


Bearing trees 
or plants 


Quantity harvested 


Crop and year 


Number 


Percent of 
all farms 


Unit of measure 


Quantity 


Bananas : 

1959 


22,403 
31,821 
28,865 
35,882 
36,705 
15,306 
NA 

13,753 
16,770 
13 ,833 

11,969 

8,894 

4,618 

NA 

9,188 
16,490 
11,898 

8,824 
11,141 

4,712 

3,809 

8,756 
8,236 
2,365 

1,249 

1,681 

599 

308 

18,879 
23,883 
19,032 
17,524 
21,368 
11,501 
10,087 

4,234 
5,864 
1,174 
1,621 
2,088 
831 
471 

12,454 
25,834 
27,182 
17,587 
17,082 
7,129 

5,142 
11,923 
16,350 
12,200 
16,046 
4,057 
2,793 

621 
2,072 
1,475 
1,890 
2,739 

210 

481 

1,013 

795 

369 
580 

524 
851 

1,101 
4,859 

15 
351 

79 
549 

3 
83 

75 
430 

19 

107 

14 
82 

10 
44 


48.9 
59.5 
52.0 
68.0 
69.3 
37.3 
NA 

30.0 
31.3 
24.9 
22.7 
16.3 
11.2 
NA 

20.1 
30.8 
21.4 
16.7 
21.0 
11.5 
6.5 

19.1 
15.4 
4.3 
2.4 
3.2 
1.5 
0.5 

41.2 
44.6 
34.3 
33.2 
40.3 
28.0 
17.3 

9.2 
11.0 
2.1 
3.1 
3.9 
2.0 
0.8 

27.2 
48.3 
49.0 
33.3 
32.3 
17.4 

11.2 
22.3 
29.4 
23.1 
30.3 
9.9 
4.8 

1.4 
3.9 
2.7 
3.6 
5.2 

0.5 
0.9 
1.3 

1.5 

0.8 
1.1 

1.1 
1.6 

2.4 
9.1 

(') 
0.6 

0.2 
1.0 

(') 
0.2 

0.2 

0.9 

(') 
0.2 

(') 
0.2 

(M 

0.1 


NA 

NA 

NA 

13,454,358 

44,281,017 

11,143,314 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 

1,580,388 

2,495,764 

1,625,189 

NA 

95,687 
189,773 
193,801 
157,621 
439,681 
311,150 
223,351 

17,035 
37, 522 
48,443 
153,120 
299,454 
114,244 
118,965 

198,975 
358,443 
450,065 
613,015 
1,010,654 
528,558 
737,483 

5,380 
6,813 
2,340 
3,860 
9,159 
23,118 
13,342 

47,730 
133,603 
287, 197 
112,773 
101,856 

65, 542 

9,000 
37,873 
90,321 
85,860 

184,825 
70,780 

128,824 

5,319 

34,276 

39, 145 

83,450 

392,911 

1,169 
3,019 
13,244 
20,616 

12,809 
43,094 

14,467 
8,204 

649 

8,021 

1 
886 

33 
3,317 

35 
1,515 

29 
678 

3 

71 

2 

80 

7,639 


NA 
NA 
NA 
25,162,261 
35,930,838 
21,485,617 
22,425,201 

NA 
NA 
NA 
3,067,468 
2,335,259 
2,405,471 
5,261,073 

517,056 
550,185 
595,925 
539,243 
471,032 
478,054 
298,316 

126,349 
161,194 
335,036 
646,802 
364,489 
219,193 
117,557 

1,035,822 

1,204,J61 

1,022,545 

1,240,269 

930,153 

735,751 

520,266 

18,216 
25,843 
9,596 
9,549 
11,558 
10,672 
9,874 

146,203 
233,768 
279,004 
151,325 
92,875 
95,254 

83,753 
135,553 
176,504 
167,799 
190,652 
79,200 
38,785 

41,840 
124,939 
117,663 
349,844 
309,587 

3,498 
12,205 
25,278 
46,493 

78,989 
132,212 

36,353 
23,869 

9,302 
51,437 

56 
5,755 

580 
8,558 

10 
2,754 

296 
3,465 

52 

231 

109 
552 

100 
43,815 


Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches. 

Number 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Bunches 

Dozens 

Dozens 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Boxes 


13,807,706 






1940 


16,014,474 
19,938,082 








1920 . . 


19,079,495 




Plantains : 


6,732,393 
100,401,070 


1950 






1935 


2,600,683 






1920 


3,512,358 






Coconuts : 

1959 


23,392,963 


1950 


25,498,475 




21,776,289 


1935 


27,901,000 




12,003,000 


1920 . 


24,608,000 






Grapefruit: 


12,506,975 


1950 


14,149,961 




24,829,531 


1935 


883,388 


1930 ... 


604,943 


1920 

Oranges : 


Boxes 

Boxes 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number . 


345,340 
47,013 

159,444,312 
178,934,691 


1940 


116,273,562 


1935 


1,003,988 
871,370 


1920 


1,354,411 


1910 

Lilies: 


690,716 
3,672,881 


1950 


5,438,464 




1,163,562 


1935 

1930 


8,294 
9,028 




16,582 


1910 


3,598 


Avocados: 

1959 

1950 


16,424,809 
28,583,262 




33,049,941 




14,121,900 
10,093,600 


1920 

Mangoes: 


10,214,928 
35,374,356 


1950 


43,381,102 


1940 


63,423,586 




Number 

Number 

Boxes 

Boxes 

Number 

Number 

5-gaHon cans. .. 
5-gallon cans. . . 
5-gallon cans... 

Pounds 

Pounds 


108,860,000 


1930.. 


118,940,000 




237,661 


1910. 


232,223 


Guavas: 

1959 


6,417,767 




17,774,390 




29,957 


1935, 


101,705 




139,822 


Cacao: 

1959 


20,823 


1950 . 


79,290 


1940 


Pounds 

Pounds 


85,607 


1935 


76,478 


Citrons : 


Pounds 

Pounds 

Number 

Number 


6,082,813 


1950 


8,873,708 


Papayas : 

1959 


1,436,742 


1950 . . 


1,027,195 


Breadfruit; 


Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 


1,306,857 


1950 


6,935,735 


Custard apples (corazdnes): 

1959 


700 


1950 , 


366,186 


Soursops Cguandbanas); 


13,870 


1950 


487,609 


Pomshock (guajn^s) : 
1959 


2,000 


1950 


Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Pounds 

Pounds 


125,555 


Mamey: 


21,246 


1950. . . 


257,104 


Star apples (caljnitos): 

1959 


2,455 




33,508 


Tamarind : 

1959 . . . 


3,960 




596,625 


Vanilla : 

1959 .... 


20 




8,563 



MA Not available. 



^Less than 0.05 percent. 



PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 



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



Item 
CFor aeflnitione and explanations, see text) 



Total all farms 



Economic class 



Commercial farms 



FAMS AND AREA 

Farms • number. . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Land in farms cuerdas. . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Average size of farm cuerdas. . 

Land in fanns according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

30 to '»9 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting . . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. .. .farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. , 

OFF-FAHM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total. .. .operators reporting.. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting.. 

100 or more days operators reporting. . 

SPECIFIED EUiriFMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts farms reporting . . 

number. . 
Other carts farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting. . 

number. . 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting . . 

number. . 
Coffee driers farms reporting . . 

number. . 

Tractors farms reporting. . 

number. . 

1 tractor farms reporting. . 

2 tractors farms reporting. . 

3 tractors farms reporting. . 

4 tractors farms reporting.. 

5 or more tractors farms reporting . . 

Motortrucks farms reporting . . 

number. . 

Electricity farms reporting . . 

Running water farms reporting.. 

Television farms reporting . . 

Radio farms reporting.. 

Milking machine farms reporting.. 

Milk cooler farms reporting.. 

Silos farms reporting . . 

fa™ LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. . 

persons. . 

Salaried workers farms reporting. , 

persons. , 

Wage workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 
SPECIFIED FAM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. . 

dollars. . 

Diider $1(X) farms reporting. . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

*2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry).. .fani:s reporting.. 

dollars. , 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

'100 to *999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

^2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $100 farms reporting . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting . 

dollars. 

Under $199 farms reporting . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

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

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



45,799 

100.0 

1,676,400 

100.0 

36.6 



42,415 

719,116 

32,224 

4,994 

1,660 

1,412 

972 

565 

432 

156 

39,656 
596,593 

12,153 

116,460 

594 

75,001 



12,550 
2,901 
9,649 



1,926 
4,015 

930 
7,337 
5,419 
5,568 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,310 

3,331 

761 

244 

119 

43 

143 

3,382 

4,440 

25,783 

16,413 

7,899 

32,993 

342 

860 

201 



10,972 
64,667 

3,799 
10,604 

9,339 
54,063 

27,062 

2,057,924 

24,425 

2,448 

77 

51 

61 

8,049 

5,091,595 

4,946 

2,512 

223 

177 

191 

27,824 

11,880,621 

16,091 

10,018 

313 

488 

414 

22,383 

48,124,644 

9,362 

5,819 

2,601 

2,333 

842 

1,426 



35,423 

77.4 

1,573,532 

93.9 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

108,197 

575 

74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,130 

4,133 

20,477 

13,533 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 

22,339 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,858 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



1,157 

2.5 

649,619 

33.8 

561.5 



1,110 
337,974 
27 
22 
30 
78 
173 
284 
342 
154 

1,012 

132,163 

482 

48,631 

192 

70,545 



139 

6 

133 



329 

1,569 

506 

5,948 

189 

225 

48 

409 

107 

ly? 

713 
2,593 
246 
185 
108 
41 
132 
625 
1,138 

1,065 
918 
720 
936 
242 
331 
39 



1,055 
27,240 
812 
4,136 
882 
23,104 

427 

598,429 

211 

156 

10 

14 

36 

598 

3,753,257 

43 

229 

54 

95 

177 

1,059 

7,216,255 

19 

203 

138 

300 

399 

1,150 

34,430,282 

12 

6 

13 

73 

102 

944 



899 

2.0 

144,642 

8.6 

160.9 



860 

70,061 

28 

35 

55 

216 

302 

155 

63 

1 

787 

47,346 

331 

8,320 

62 

1,396 



145 
12 

133 



190 
373 
160 
844 
274 
234 

68 
512 

98 
110 

181 

260 

143 

19 

10 

2 

7 

414 

540 

733 
642 
463 
717 
28 

no 

35 



719 
6,871 

385 
1,171 

593 
5,700 

497 

206,133 

300 

161 

16 

20 

368 

321,912 

93 

175 

58 

34 

8 

309 

974,890 

39 

351 

248 

156 

15 

869 

3,807,451 

6 

32 

53 

141 

249 

333 



562 

1.2 

58,944 

3.5 

104.9 



550 
26,060 
31 
44 
126 
195 
101 
42 
11 



507 

22,037 

223 

4,172 

27 

767 



103 
10 
93 



108 

217 

34 

72 

160 

215 

34 

304 

31 

33 

48 
50 
46 



217 
306 

428 
339 
223 
400 
11 
43 



398 
2,969 
141 
354 
355 
2,615 

320 

84,755 

192 

112 

6 

5 

5 

221 

150,508 

63 

117 

9 

22 

5 

486 

376,085 

47 

257 

167 

15 

537 
1,386,913 



177 
195 
63 



1,171 

2.6 

91,050 

5.4 

77.8 



1,132 
40,805 
78 
178 
326 
354 
149 
43 



1,033 

33,160 

318 

5,928 

26 

295 



215 
45 
170 



266 
488 

58 
137 
256 
258 

22 
126 

21 



110 
127 
93 
17 



388 
422 

377 

673 

461 

941 

17 

53 

17 



735 
3,738 
274 
602 
618 
3,136 

701 

105,020 

510 

161 

25 



462 

186,930 

167 

232 

51 

11 

1 

1,074 

594,699 

112 

735 

163 

14 

1,123 
1,864,771 
53 
145 
172 
543 
201 



8 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Pue rto Ric o Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Con. 

[PoUi nro bn^oJ on rcrort- for rinl\ ii - i ipli- of finis. Soo tfKI J 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Economic class — Continued 



Commercial farms — Continued 



Other farms 



FAmS AND AKEA 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land in farms cuerdas . 

Percent distribution percent- 
Average size of farm cuerdas . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting . 

cuerdas. 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting. 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting. 

30 to A9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

2t30 to 499 cuerdas f anns reporting, 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. .. -farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting- 

cuerdas- 

OFF-FAHM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total -... operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 or more days operators reporting. 

SPECIFIED EQUIBIZNT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts farms reporting - 

number - 
Other carts farms reporting . 

number - 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting- 

number. 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting. 

number. 
Coffee driers farms reporting. 

number. 

Tractors farms reporting. 

number. 

1 tractor farms reporting. 

2 tractors farms reporting. 

3 tractors farms reporting, 

4 tractors farms reporting. 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. 

Motortrucks farms reporting - 

number - 

Electricity farms reporting- 

Runnlng water farms reporting- 

Television farms reporting. 

Radio farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Milk cooler farms reporting. 

Silos farms reporting . 

FABM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENIMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. 

persons . 
Salaried workers fanns reporting. 

persons . 
Wage workers f amis reporting . 

persons. 

SPECIFIED FARM EKPHfDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$10-0 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry) .. .farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting, 

dollars. 

Under $100 farms reporting , 

$100 to ^999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

42,000 to *4,999 farms reporting. 

*5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $199 farms reporting, 

*;200 to $499 farms reporting . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

tl,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 



3,350 
7.3 

180,487 
10.8 
53.9 



3,224 

67,259 

695 

1,331 

584 

363 

169 

29 

2 

1 

2,981 

72,520 

1,131 

13,933 

62 

928 



542 

81 

461 



390 
512 
100 
183 
784 
815 
92 
386 

54 

114 

126 

102 

12 



505 
589 

2,231 

1,665 

994 

2,725 

6 

113 

26 



1,712 
6,667 
559 
1,332 
1,417 
5,335 



2,217 

197,712 

1,695 

497 

20 

5 

1,104 

232,642 

519 

540 

38 



2,883 

904,332 

599 

2,221 

62 

1 

2,933 

2,547,962 

363 

638 

763 

1,084 

73 



6,848 

15.0 

185,679 

11,1 

27,1 



6,773 

71,875 

4,045 

2,092 

393 

160 

64 



5,861 

73,785 

2,029 

11,287 

96 

500 



1,330 
415 
965 



387 

495 

62 

119 

1,253 

1,263 

51 

154 

69 

119 

97 
104 
91 



3M 
665 

3,963 
2,889 
1,246 
5,365 

62 



2,472 
8,080 
635 
1,300 
2,278 
6,780 



4,773 

272,165 

4,119 

644 

10 



1,496 

178,531 

986 

493 

7 

5 

5,311 

379,314 

2,413 

3,375 

17 



5,338 

2,179,497 

1,575 

2,122 

1,365 

256 

11 

9 



10,842 


23.7 


153,986 


9.5 


14.7 


10,669 


53,229 


9,500 


1,012 


lU 


40 



9,121 

66,705 

2,733 

9,312 

55 

141 



2,902 

820 

2,032 



186 

286 

5 

10 

1,452 

1,457 

15 

35 

27 

32 



291 
341 

5,729 
3,415 
1,363 
7,324 

21 
56 

1 



2,342 
5,402 

56/; 

910 
1,904 
4,492 



7,204 

276,140 

6,732 

471 
1 



1,301 

144,045 

1,300 

501 



7,995 

629,363 

5,722 

2,263 

10 



6,339 

1,271,015 

3,702 

2,472 

152 

47 

11 



10, 599 
23.1 

104,125 
6.2 
9.8 



10,243 

31,966 

10,023 

200 

20 



8,889 

47,595 

2,367 

6,614 

55 

110 



3,593 

867 

2,726 



875 
875 
15 
20 
20 
20 

15 
15 
15 



176 
182 

5,451 

2,992 

1,116 

7,637 

10 

45 

10 



1,200 
2,860 
270 
470 
1,010 
2,390 



6,700 

215,525 

6,500 

195 

5 



1,295 

66,860 

1,125 

165 

5 



5,670 

244,920 

5,175 

490 

5 



3,295 

287,415 

2,975 

305 

5 

10 



3,016 

6.6 

22,779 

1.4 

7.6 



2,300 

3,848 

2,290 

5 



2,716 

12,428 

605 

1,532 



3,096 

210 

2,886 



70 
100 

1,686 
961 
491 

2,026 

15 



110 
190 
40 
60 



1,275 

37,185 

1,255 

15 



185 

6,005 

180 



685 

15,165 

675 

10 



195 
16,365 

175 
10 
10 



7,342 

15.0 

59,427 

3.5 

8.1 



5,541 

10,192 

5,501 

25 

5 



6,736 

33,408 

1,926 

4,407 

10 

59 



435 
435 



115 

U5 



125 
140 

3,607 

1,902 

817 

4,417 

5 

30 



221 
244 
61 
124 
195 
120 



2,940 

60,705 

2,905 

35 



510 

28,455 

460 

50 



1,340 

37,000 

1,280 

60 



546 

63,680 

431 

55 

10 



See footnotes at end of tabVe. 



PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Con. 



[Hala tu-i> bnsoJ on Tfr«n<. for (inl> n ■^-.i iple of f-urs. See toxl ] 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 









Economic class 






all farms 


Conniercial farms 




Total 


Class I 


Class II 


Class III 


Class IV 


171,255,963 


170,507,493 


107,356,291 


14,163,808 


4,986,821 


7,339,633 


3,739 


4,813 


92,738 


15,755 


8,873 


6,268 


129,764,342 


129,263,080 


80,321,115 


10,323,182 


3,815,202 


5,770,329 


116,722,302 


116,400,581 


76,413,487 


8,647,397 


3,304,641 


5,030,757 


701,222 


689,991 


66,551 


89,717 


7,858 


62,141 


12,193,995 


12,039,049 


3,838,977 


1,520,603 


501,578 


673,931 


146,823 


133,459 


2,100 


65,460 


1,125 


4,000 


41,491,621 


41,244,413 


27,035,176 


3,840,626 


1,171,619 


1,568,804 


4,825,330 


4,775,167 


2,828,461 


660,576 


298,962 


364,623 


17,934,346 


17,861,708 


14,348,063 


1,341,960 


315,162 


552,373 


18,731,945 


18,607,538 


9,858,652 


1,838,090 


557,495 


651,308 


27,453 


22,121 


896 


696 


434 


932 


294,810 


276,336 


113,727 


22,689 


10,436 


16,163 


26,372 


21,290 


802 


643 


423 


879 


175,293 


164,649 


74,762 


12,863 


5,828 


8,907 


23,571 


19,180 


716 


574 


383 


785 


96,934 


90,451 


42,477 


6,279 


2,653 


4,517 


20,042 


16,236 


660 


493 


346 


672 


74,364 


68,515 


23,051 


5,506 


2,454 


4,250 


6,029 


5,285 


440 


340 


201 


357 


28,666 


27,275 


10,623 


2,871 


1,392 


1,832 


4,469 


4,217 


457 


296 


182 


332 


16,487 


15,897 


5,291 


1,449 


762 


1,174 


14,450 


12,625 


666 


414 


271 


527 


23,264 


21,078 


4,295 


1,010 


561 


1,335 


1,537 


1,516 


338 


187 


93 


173 


3,8U 


3,792 


1,653 


493 


246 


303 


24,493 


19,709 


350 


433 


279 


604 


75,583 


65,822 


5,950 


3,157 


8,019 


2,748 


1S2 


177 


40 


25 


6 


6 


3,446 


3,431 


626 


267 


30 


55 


4,651 


3,745 


120 


84 


101 


111 


14,728 


12,253 


1,606 


520 


413 


499 


36,812 


29,067 


491 


602 


396 


843 


867,795 


791,402 


163,997 


89,580 


36,324 


46,498 


33,985 


26,930 


446 


556 


361 


793 


875,307 


824,302 


397,587 


94,210 


44,780 


30,907 


11,559 


U,386 


597 


414 


271 


486 


116,982 


116,544 


67,207 


11,617 


3,220 


3,715 


12,497 


11,316 


192 


269 


165 


372 


65,053 


62,938 


6,236 


5,698 


3,235 


4,012 


2,636 


2,563 


471 


200 


129 


226 


112,089,660 


111,635,673 


89,675,390 


3,387,253 


1,969,760 


3,455,455 


6,025 


5,294 


140 


94 


75 


164 


1,737,969 


1,727,199 


1,337,379 


116,809 


108,796 


33,901 


10,010 


9,097 


278 


357 


194 


436 


3,634,125 


3,?71,876 


1,061,852 


903,594 


221,412 


584,515 


4,947 


4,556 


147 


137 


121 


134 


9,999 


9,494 


1,453 


668 


1,270 


563 


7,992 


7,035 


161 


142 


142 


222 


68,863 


65,221 


7,492 


4,806 


6,366 


3,692 


9,778 


9,702 


823 


489 


301 


658 


324,004 


323,756 


227,075 


24,869 


8,360 


15,804 


10,219,049 


10,212,210 


7,924,467 


622,677 


214,061 


359,095 


66 


60 


14 


10 


5 


6 


4,123 


4,120 


3,596 


326 


50 


65 


43,434 


43,415 


38,838 


2,657 


500 


600 


22,783 


19,100 


332 


413 


283 


543 


182,494 


178,347 


36,333 


29,365 


11,710 


14,012 


28,306,573 


27,806,483 


5,921,813 


4,358,113 


1,741,175 


2,148,075 


17,423 


15,686 


308 


381 


253 


438 


26,244,369 


26,017,284 


5,853,628 


4,297,469 


1,715,950 


2,073,490 


8,464 


8,277 


88 


140 


122 


268 


17,451 


17,327 


1,269 


969 


685 


1,200 


19,748,462 


19,635,372 


1,424,572 


1,445,150 


977,460 


1,517,600 


3,458 


8,272 


88 


140 


122 


268 


19,742,447 


19,679,357 


1,424,572 


1,445,150 


977,460 


1,517,500 


541 


471 


10 


1 




25 


738 


691 


62 


10 




58 


466,200 


431,700 


40,900 


5,000 


... 


73,100 


299 


264 


7 


1 




15 


278,475 


253,675 


21,500 


3,000 




42,600 


1,987 


1,731 


42 


18 


23 


42 


1,396 


1,303 


227 


36 


28 


33 


662,705 


635,360 


143,600 


15,100 


12,200 


20,100 


1,032 


976 


32 


13 


8 


22 


364,610 


357,510 


93,500 


10,900 


4,100 


15,500 


10,612 


3,239 


100 


77 


83 


144 


11,604 


10,165 


1,333 


388 


193 


365 


7,763,279 


7,185,370 


1,049,325 


289,210 


252,225 


169,975 


5,686 


4,694 


93 


54 


47 


78 


6,321,370 


6,008,615 


948,000 


236, 560 


234,690 


143,700 


5,812 


4,951 


107 


54 


34 


107 


5,907 


5,507 


1,272 


217 


80 


189 


2,871,717 


2,731,470 


909,250 


129,300 


36,950 


66,850 


3,135 


2,769 


95 


50 


14 


72 


1,951,497 


1,895,935 


763,375 


95,300 


19,410 


45,650 



ESTIMATED VALUE Of FAHM PRODUCTS SOLD ECf SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars... 

average per farm, dollars . . . 

All crops sold dollara . . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 
and fruits and nuts, sold dollars... 

Vegetables sold dollars... 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars... 

Ornamental plants sold dollara . . . 

All llvestoclt and livestock products sold dollars... 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars... 

Milk sold dollars . , . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Co»s and heifers farms reporting... 

number . . . 
Milk cows farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Calves farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Work oxen farms reporting . . . 

number — 
Horses and colts farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Burros and mules farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting . . . 

number.. . 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting — 

number. . . 
Goats and kids farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Hens farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 
pullets, roosters farms reporting... 

number . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting... 

number. .. 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Milk sold farms reporting . . . 

quarts. . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting... 

number.. . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting... 

dozens . . . 
Sons farroTfing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of sons... 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of pigs. . . 

SPECIFIED CmPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. , . 
tons of cane. . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
tons. . . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds... 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds. . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

CoTTpeas harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds — 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

poxmds . . . 

Pigeon peas harvested ^ farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

pounds . . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . . 



See footnotes at end of table. 



10 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Con. 



[Data nro ba^eJ on rcnort.- for only n •^n.iplo of fimrs. Sep t^xtj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Economic class — Continued 



Conmercial farms — Continued 



Class V 


Class VI 


12,389,026 


12,138,673 


3,698 


1,773 


9,^80,147 


9,844,397 


7,877,641 


7,832,328 


95,022 


207,362 


1,477,234 


1,790,257 


30,250 


14,450 


2,908,879 


2,294,276 


212,237 


188,003 


886,887 


283,095 


1,809,755 


1,323,178 


2,523 


4,853 


31,430 


32,138 


2,430 


4,691 


17,492 


16,900 


2,232 


4,300 


8,810 


9,162 


1,891 


3,749 


8,410 


9,282 


862 


1,187 


3,338 


3,273 


803 


1,104 


2,190 


2,683 


1,462 


2,851 


2,503 


3,699 


248 


194 


402 


291 


1,848 


4,238 


6,048 


12,742 


33 


22 


2,146 


162 


362 


750 


1,502 


2,144 


2,707 


5,387 


87,427 


123,579 


2,548 


5,458 


56,897 


62,723 


1,563 


2,779 


10,807 


9,796 


1,161 


2,755 


8,743 


14,226 


603 


463 


5,543,045 


1,769,345 


539 


1,150 


37,466 


34,912 


1,200 


2,194 


290,530 


251,573 


584 


1,173 


1,050 


1,710 


784 


1,693 


8,955 


13,444 


1,498 


2,303 


19,847 


16,115 


475,049 


377,321 


10 


5 


18 


50 


250 


500 


1,760 


3,784 


25,270 


27,083 


3,792,245 


4,279,087 


1,509 


3,193 


3,608,460 


3,877,077 


876 


2,183 


3,107 


4,669 


3,769,880 


5,187,950 


876 


2,173 


3,769,755 


5,187,165 


57 


118 


91 


167 


56,300 


101,900 


40 


71 


39,100 


69,100 


145 


425 


100 


310 


41,300 


145,085 


75 


280 


28,125 


90,775 


657 


1,746 


1,039 


1,906 


696,875 


1,592,790 


376 


%0 


590,675 


1,361,930 


461 


1,291 


492 


1,146 


203,950 


445,465 


328 


754 


139,025 


277,845 



Subsistence 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF FAiW PDODUCTS SOLD Ef SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars... 

average per farm, dollars . . . 

All crops sold dollars. . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars... 

Vegetables sold dollars. . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars. . . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars. . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars... 

Poultry and poultry produc ts sold dollars . . . 

Milk sold dollars... 

Cattle and hogs dollars... 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Milk cows farms reporting . . . 

number. .. 
Calves farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 

Work oxen farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Horses and colts farms reporting. . . 

number . . . 
Burros and mules farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Sheep and lambs ; farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Goats and kids farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Hens farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Chickens [other than hens) , 
pullets, roosters farms reporting. . . 

number . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 

Milk sold farms reporting... 

quarts . . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting . , . 

number. . . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. . . 

dozens . . . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31 , 1959 farms reporting . . . 

number of sows... 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting — 

number of pigs... 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas.. . 
tons of cane. . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
tons. . . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds. . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting — 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds., , 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds. . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. .. 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds. . . 

See footnotes at end of table. 



8,679,783 
801 

6,938,235 

5,338,044 

112,780 

1,479,286 

8,125 

1.691,553 
142,289 
114,134 

1,435,130 



6,529 
30,168 
6,319 
16,534 
5,713 
9,628 
4,719 
9,481 
1,032 
2,415 

743 

1,738 

3,797 

4,642 

207 

311 

6,325 

14,737 

30 

120 

1,151 

3,038 

9,248 

139,367 

8,571 
76,257 



3,224 

7,127 

3,637 

14,098 

311 

713,340 

1,307 

32,551 

2,658 

169,855 

1,385 
1,805 

2,196 
13,511 



2,625 

9,538 

199,915 

5 

10 

50 

5,948 

21,661 

3,565,230 

4,857 

3,028,030 

3,000 

3,934 

4,171,565 

3,000 

4,166,815 

145 

144 

91,125 

75 

55,125 

620 

358 

164,675 

370 

65,610 

2,336 

2,356 

1,993,590 

1,631 

1,643,600 

1,826 

1,337 

637,020 

936 

402,270 



3,453,453 
326 

2,719,973 

1,906,236 

48,560 

757,178 

7,949 

733,480 
80,016 
19,534 

633,930 



5,258 

19,535 

5,093 

11,363 

4,472 

6,920 

3,701 

6,031 

866 

1,531 

300 

610 

2,637 

2,933 

76 

93 

5,632 

12,421 

15 

25 

1,066 

2,531 

8,893 

104,630 

8,197 
60,941 



2,052 
3,055 
2,765 
6,690 
160 
122,085 
1,325 

20,385 
1,780 

88,545 

325 
975 

1,695 
6,955 



1,005 

2,148 

39,625 

5 

5 

20 

6,037 

12,863 

2,000,745 

4,692 

1,563,180 

1,600 

1,444 

1,191,195 

1,600 

1,190,940 

115 

159 

63,375 

55 

28,250 

416 

211 

93,300 

176 

49,000 

2,646 

2,080 

1,140,880 

1,450 

349,460 

1,071 

774 

302,685 

520 

152,560 



145,331 
48 



71,510 

1,810 

40,416 

32,095 

5,534 

241 

26,320 



1,541 
5,108 
1,456 
2,777 
1,206 
1,741 
1,161 
1,776 
205 
430 

55 

125 

455 

525 

5 

5 

1,391 

2,952 



225 

510 

2,216 

20,310 

1,971 
21,350 



65 
70 
365 
560 

10 
1,505 

195 
1,330 

196 
4,715 

115 
125 

295 
320 



15 

13 

240 

5 

1 

5 

1,010 

1,151 

143,350 

480 

62,135 

40 

18 

9,750 

40 

9,750 

30 

22 

21,000 

20 

11,500 

45 

16 

5,450 

5 

750 

710 

398 

174,825 

305 

74,735 
270 
116 

43,350 
105 

15,125 



384,219 
52 

300,381 

132,229 
8,370 

106,157 
3,625 

83,838 
25,027 
6,576 
52,235 



3,791 

12,847 

3,621 

7,481 

3,131 

4,411 

2,641 

3,976 

535 

930 

195 

460 

1,367 

1,653 

15 

15 

3,387 

6,589 

5 

15 

680 

1,665 

5,521 

53,421 

5,076 
28,601 



105 

110 

810 

1,255 

60 

41,100 

535 

4,940 

715 

32,510 

270 
300 

656 
2,197 



55 

72 
735 



2,670 
2,976 

353,145 
1,255 

161,450 

145 

68 

36,100 

145 

36,100 

40 

25 

13,500 

15 

8,300 

210 

77 

21,595 

50 

6,150 

1,611 

1,015 

390,945 

635 

227,050 

585 

278 

92,770 

255 

37,310 



PUERTO RICO 



11 



Puerto Rico Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Con. 



LOata nrp bnsod on roporta for only a siiiiplp of fnTn-s. Soc toxtj 



(For definltionB and explanations, see text) 



Total all farms 



Economic class 



Commercial farms 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds.. 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting, . 

pounds. . 

Daaheens harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

Yams harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Taniers (yautfas) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas, . 
pounds. , 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds , , 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. , 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas. . 

dollars. . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts , farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. , 
number of nuts , . 

Sales farms reporting., 

number of nuts. . 

Plantains farms reporting . . 

cuerdas. . 
bunches. . 

Sales farms reporting.. 

bunches.. 

Bananas farms reporting, . 

cuerdas. . 
bunches . . 

Sales farms reporting.. 

bunches . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
number of fruits.. 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of fruits.. 

Oranges farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of fruits. . 



8,178 

16,59i 

U,024,605 

6,113 

9,909,4A5 

9,097 
8,030 

15,369,300 
7,600 

12,369,895 

5,426 
3,774 

9,484,490 
4,491 

7,457,685 

6,459 
4,457 

17,307,110 
5,624 

14,540,050 

11,010 

8,688 

19,113,265 

9,277 

15,732,430 

2,380 
1,279 

2,354,455 
1,646 

1,564,350 

6,399 
701,222 



9,134 

10,484 

21,291,566 

3,675 
20,620,377 

13,650 
16,815 

6,684,417 
9,723 

5,414,767 

22,543 
37,523 

13,096,558 
15,233 

10,861,737 

9,084 
1,701 

11,679,950 
5,068 

10,003,990 

19,080 
12,888 

157,358,315 
10,778 

143,972,585 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,931,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,333 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 

20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



182 

4,979 

5,186,300 

135 
4,218,350 

93 

815 

2,834,650 

87 
2,559,600 

59 

409 

660,500 

47 

425,500 

67 

355 

1,549,935 

57 
1,206,950 

91 

428 

1,346,850 



33 
73 

190,825 
27 

160,700 

567 
66,551 



283 

5,076 

12,167,694 

198 

12,115,820 

235 

1,275 

563,049 

189 
492,599 

272 

4,618 

1,992,965 

245 

1,881,960 

219 
583 

4,695,035 
147 

4,605,210 

345 

2,724 

43,861,375 

237 
43,026,700 



109 
950 

846,740 
101 

658,390 

73 

219 

540,200 

71 
396,050 

66 

107 

272,300 

63 
224,750 

84 

108 

618,100 

83 
554,600 

138 
395 

920,650 
131 

744,250 

30 

50 

101,650 

25 

63,400 

311 
89,717 



149 

1,183 

1,909,365 

81 

1,884,050 

213 

1,463 

714,618 

200 
667,396 

371 

3,640 

1,649,160 

347 
1,565,655 

164 
207 

756,450 
132 

715,200 

386 

1 544 

21,733 Io50 

329 

20,794,350 



34 

428 

315,100 

64 

252,450 

85 

216 

421,450 

75 
343,350 

37 
78 

173,500 
36 

149,200 

64 

132 

710,000 

53 

634,700 

126 
351 

784,100 
U6 

648,475 

30 
34 

71,725 
9 

32,200 

155 
7,858 



164 

410 

,137,890 



229 
807 

353,900 
212 

310,400 

247 

1,879 

543,570 

223 
518,140 

121 
39 

181,620 
73 

154,370 

251 
445 

5,713,600 
184 

5,540,400 



172 
833 

649,450 
162 

529,650 

206 
423 

1,107,800 
196 

1,005,600 

125 
145 

463,900 
118 

408,600 

132 
170 

624,050 
117 

533,250 

202 
316 

634,900 
181 

527,790 

58 
63 

84,050 

42 

60,500 

602 
62,141 



256 
664 

1,043,337 
124 

1,029,977 

437 
983 

418,372 
407 

370,340 

540 

2,147 

861,343 

446 
771,758 

263 

67 

533,650 

166 
493,450 

528 
778 

9,913,300 
415 

9,323,500 



Z Reported in small fractions. 
^Less than 0.05 percent. 



12 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 8.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS BY ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Con. 



{Data (iTP based on renorts for only » sru.iple of fiinis, Soc toxtj 



(For definitions anderplanations, see text) 



Economic class — Continued 



Commercial farms — Continued 



Class V 


Class VI 


Class VII 


Class VIII 


69<1 


1,772 


2,511 


1,691 


l,i22 


2,612 


3,155 


1,533 


991,775 


1,941,275 


1,891,080 


825,670 


603 


1,540 


1,971 


1,085 


760,050 


1,431,200 


1,326,475 


510,930 


812 


1,783 


2,677 


2,006 


967 


1,723 


1,874 


1,091 


2,199,300 


3,100,100 


3,049,425 


1,466,390 


7i7 


1,612 


2,336 


1,560 


1,841,375 


2,471,925 


2,310,540 


1,053,420 


423 


1,163 


1,433 


1,325 


il5 


836 


861 


650 


l,302,iOO 


2,375,620 


2,144,350 


1,517,710 


363 


1,032 


1,247 


1,055 


959,350 


2,014,090 


1,701,650 


1,164,620 


564 


1,285 


1,690 


1,532 


602 


929 


1,055 


750 


2,719,225 


4,295,050 


3,634,320 


2,321,895 


509 


1,213 


1,460 


1,341 


2,453,100 


3,694,675 


3,029,850 


1,844,050 


926 


2,231 


3,064 


2,521 


1,180 


2,057 


2,024 


1,259 


3,066,925 


5,039,950 


4,000,350 


2,317,375 


851 


2,055 


2,743 


2,040 


2,712,800 


4,309,050 


3,246,915 


1,753,825 


231 


414 


564 


595 


134 


252 


252 


284 


326,125 


511,150 


455,030 


426,800 


191 


342 


420 


345 


271,250 


359,725 


284,925 


217,650 


862 


1,632 


1,219 


339 


95,022 


207,362 


112,780 


48,560 


855 


1,478 


2,057 


2,040 


543 


788 


%9 


444 


1,171,805 


1,047,275 


1,421,535 


921,495 


375 


628 


920 


625 


1,111,075 


957,900 


1,268,615 


791,340 


1,459 


2,965 


3,615 


2,900 


2,481 


4,030 


2,784 


2,136 


1,137,630 


1,536,131 


1,145,085 


656,015 


1,190 


2,389 


2,674 


1,930 


971,300 


1,248,690 


857,650 


438,605 


1,800 


3,952 


6,038 


5,622 


4,830 


6,879 


6,647 


4,556 


1,805,602 


2,377,020 


2,244,635 


1,244,750 


1,452 


3,180 


4,473 


3,557 


1,552,348 


1,900,311 


1,708,885 


819,215 


759 


1,632 


2,222 


1,991 


83 


296 


157 


165 


1,262,390 


1,469,070 


1,214,490 


961,555 


556 


985 


1,281 


951 


663 ,075 


1,236,945 


952,415 


735,7X1 


1,733 


3,484 


5,087 


4,462 


1,568 


2,310 


2,094 


1,083 


20,840,965 


23,051,095 


20,181,280 


9,223,320 


1,227 


2,342 


3,181 


2,171 


19,438,590 


20,559,920 


16,949,225 


6,753,900 



Other farms 



Subsistence 



SPECIFIH) CHOPS HAHVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds.. 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. , 

pounds . . 

Taniers (yautias) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas. . 

dollars. . 

Tree fnilts and nuts; 

Coconuts farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
number of nuts . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
bunches. . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches. . . 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting. .. 

bunches. . , 

Grapefruit farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
number of fruits... 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of fruits... 

Oranges farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 

number of fruits 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of fruits . . . 



315 

175 
90,840 

135 
47,000 

395 

161 

172,175 

265 

98,250 

145 
48 

92,925 
95 

65,800 

275 
103 

242,750 
240 

170,750 

505 
192 

279,775 
330 

182,900 

150 

50 

78,000 

85 

49,000 

41 
1,810 



560 

73 

138,600 

175 
102,475 

440 
161 

40,630 
130 

12,740 

1,106 

765 

107,758 

345 

39,225 

515 

31 

211,175 

240 
164,625 

860 
102 

679,100 
200 

334,000 



640 

463 

207,575 

310 

%,450 

%0 
496 

472,110 
645 

285,585 

650 
225 

481,285 
435 

344,125 

765 
248 

581,910 
550 

408,250 

1,200 

470 

668,890 

745 

436,775 

275 

87 

109,100 

160 

65,000 

169 
8,370 



1,291 

334 

332,570 

461 

234,325 

1,105 

687 

114,325 

400 

40,385 

2,590 
1,557 

266,755 
960 

101,240 

1,190 

65 

338,015 

530 

226,550 

1,935 

232 

2,061,730 

485 

1,165,500 



78 


800 




7 


78 


500 




7 




45 


5 


200 




6 


4 


200 



5 
9,875 

1 
9,875 

6 

16 

53,500 

6 
52,000 



2 
1,051 



4,662 

2 

4,662 

5 

10 

3,000 

5 

3,000 



56,500 

7 

56,400 



99,500 

7 

86,500 



PUERTO RICO 13 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 1 of 8.-Sugarcane farms 

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



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

ccmmercial 

famis 



Econonic class 



Class VT Class VII Class VIII 



FiSUS AM) AREA 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land in farms cuerdas . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average size of farm cuerdas. 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . 

30 to A9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

200 to i99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

500 or more cuei*das fanns reporting. 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

OFF-FABM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Worlling off their fanns, total .. .operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . 

100 or more days operators reporting . . 

SPECIFIED EOUimENI AND FACILITIES 
Oxcarts farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Other carts farms reporting., 

number. , 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting . , 

number. , 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting. , 

number. . 
Coffee driers farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Tractors : farms reporting.. 

number . . 

1 tractor farms reporting.. 

2 tractors farms reporting . . 

3 tractors farms reporting.. 

* tractors farms reporting . . 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. , 

Motortrucks f aims reporting . . 

number. . 

Electricity farms reporting . . 

Running water f anBs reporting . . 

Television farms reporting. . 

Radio farms reporting. . 

Milking machine farms reporting. . 

Milk cooler farms reporting. . 

Silos faims reporting. . 

FARM LABOR, lEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting.. 

persons . . 

Salaried workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 

Wage workers farms reporting.. 

persons. . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry fanns reporting. . 

dollars . . 

Under $100 fanns reporting . . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting.. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more. .farms reporting. . 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry).. farms reporting.. 

dollars . . 

Under $100 farms reporting . . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting.. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting. . 

dollars . . 

Under $100 farms reporting . . 

$100 to $999 - farms reporting. . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Hired labor faims reporting. . 

dollars . . 

Under $199 farms reporting.. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting.. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting.. 

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

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

$5,000 or more. faims reporting. . 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

108,197 

575 

74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,538 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,327 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,319,858 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,531 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



8,394 
100.0 
646,127 
100.0 
77.0 



8,394 

372,003 

4,506 

1,616 

646 

572 

408 

271 

251 

124 

6,570 

151,700 

2,146 

41,287 

373 

69,903 



2,418 

675 

1,743 



1,266 

2,978 

637 

6,648 

414 

439 

14 

74 

59 

107 

899 

2,611 

491 

165 

94 

29 

120 

1,371 

1,962 

6,383 

3,713 

2,444 

6,360 

66 



183 
22 



2,753 
27,681 
1,176 
4,202 
2,376 
23,479 



4,574 

249,466 

4,114 

437 

20 

1 

2 

2,061 

962,298 

1,174 

768 

55 

28 

36 

7,846 

8,840,872 

2,049 

4,502 

575 

350 

370 

7,678 

34,887,134 

1,466 

2,365 

1,189 

1,313 

501 

844 



699 

8.3 

428,409 

66.3 

612.9 



699 

260,661 



20 
93 
218 
245 
123 

591 
88,101 

314 
28,367 

161 
67,220 



243 

1,314 

379 

5,533 

51 

53 

6 

21 

20 

22 

530 

2,176 

167 

129 

92 

27 
115 
385 
750 
641 
544 
431 
548 

59 
111 

21 



631 
18,373 

482 
2,470 

526 
15,903 



209 

48,020 

123 

78 

5 

1 

2 

282 

770,833 

24 

148 

46 

28 

36 

699 

6,293,411 

1 

60 

54 

214 

360 

699 

23,243,546 



37 
48 
614 



408 

4.9 

53,439 

8.3 

131.0 



408 
28,621 

21 

120 

212 

48 

6 

1 

352 

14,515 

167 

3,313 

33 

945 



121 

268 

99 

735 

47 

50 

2 

15 

6 

6 

121 

165 

98 

14 

2 

2 

5 

174 

239 

326 

246 

191 

301 

2 

20 



291 

1,838 
132 
331 
227 

1,507 



211 

16,472 

161 

50 



135 

30,845 

53 

78 

4 



408 

623,026 

5 

115 

165 

113 

10 

408 

1,356,623 



1 
48 
140 
208 



232 

2.3 

16,980 

2.6 

73.2 



232 
8,591 

10 
60 
135 
26 

1 



212 
5,609 

85 
776 

22 
614 



31 
177 
12 
50 
22 
22 



107 
133 
171 
100 
98 
143 



112 
604 
34 
55 
106 
549 



110 

9,005 

84 

26 



87 

26,415 

35 

47 



232 
250,021 

84 

133 
15 

232 
670,745 

6 
10 
76 
118 
22 



559 
6.7 
33,094 
5.1 
59.2 



559 

17,646 

15 

65 

216 

214 

46 

3 



479 
8,936 

150 

1,876 

15 

220 



106 
25 
81 



168 

344 

32 

105 

33 

33 

1 

8 

1 

1 

78 

84 

72 

6 



188 
207 
457 
307 
212 
447 
5 
11 



260 

1,328 

80 

193 

220 

1,135 



284 

20,204 

233 

46 



194 

34,060 

61 

133 



543 
412,129 
31 
367 
138 
7 

539 

1,102,230 

15 

32 

55 

288 

149 



1,253 

14.9 

44,555 

6.9 

35.6 



1,253 

22,598 

150 

731 

233 

68 

16 



1,048 

13,662 

382 

3,053 

36 

353 



247 
45 
202 



267 
369 
70 
130 
100 
120 
5 
30 
15 
25 

67 

77 
57 
10 



207 
258 
982 
600 
422 
995 



487 
1,442 
127 
382 
385 
1,060 



749 

48,585 

657 

87 

5 



337 

41,135 

205 

182 



1,207 
545,987 

101 

1,050 

55 

1 

1,178 
1,312,105 
40 
111 
347 
654 
26 



1,983 

23.6 

38,887 

6.0 

19.6 



1,983 

19,537 

1,201 

715 

46 

5 

15 

1 



1,498 

10,827 

503 

2,597 

76 

459 



591 
220 
371 



296 

381 
40 
80 
96 
96 



220 
285 

1,476 
846 
540 

1,526 

20 



422 
2,026 
181 
421 
477 
1,605 



1,251 

51,520 

1,141 

110 



426 

32,350 

321 

105 



1,862 

406,663 

296 

1,556 

10 



1,837 

1,034,290 

165 

736 

741 

185 

10 



2,295 

27.3 

24,270 

3.8 

10.6 



2,295 

11,572 

2,175 

95 



1,665 

7,934 

420 

1,014 

20 

75 



860 
265 
595 



75 
110 
5 
10 
55 
55 



60 

60 

1,665 

760 

425 

1,700 

15 



410 
1,500 
105 
220 
320 
1,280 



1,305 

36,705 

1,275 

30 



445 

22,900 

380 

65 



2,090 

254,810 

955 

1,125 
10 



2,075 

572,440 

655 

1,355 

35 

20 

10 



965 
11.5 
6,493 
1.0 
6.7 



965 

2,777 

965 



725 
2,116 
125 
291 
10 
17 



425 

100 
325 



15 

15 



10 
10 



30 
30 
665 
310 
125 
700 



140 
570 
35 

130 
115 
440 



455 

18,955 

440 

10 

5 



105 

3,210 

95 

10 



805 

54,825 

660 

145 



710 

90,150 

585 

120 



14 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 1 of 8.-Sugarcane farms 

[n&Ui nre based on rpports for only a sample of farms. See texlj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

ccmmercial 
farms 



Economic Class 



Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars.. 

average per farm, dollars.. 

All crops sold dollars . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars.. 

Vegetables sold dollars . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars . . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold. .. .dollars.. 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars.. 

Milk sold dollars . . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . 

LIVESTOCK Mm LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting . . 

number. . 
Cows and heif e,rs farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Milk cows farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Calves farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting . , 

number. . 

Work oxen farms reporting. . 

number . . 
Horses and colts farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Burros and mules farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting. . 

number. . 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Goats and kids farms reporting . . 

number. . 
Hens farms reporting. . 

number . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 
pullets, roosters farms reporting.. 

number. . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting . . 

number . . 

Milk sold farms reporting.. 

quarts . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting. . 

number . . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting.. 

dozens . . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . 

number of sows . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . 

number of pigs . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
tons of cane . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
tons . . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales f ai-ms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 



170,507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,703 
18,607,538 



22,121 
276,336 
21,290 
164,649 
19,180 
90,451 
16,236 
68,515 
5,285 
27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 

21,078 

1,516 

3,792 

19,709 

65,822 

177 

3,431 

3,745 

12,253 

29,067 

791,402 

26,930 
824,302 



11,386 

116,544 

11,316 

62,938 

2,563 

111,635,673 

5,294 

1,727,199 

9,097 

3,571,876 

4,556 
9,494 

7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,483 

15,686 

26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,685,372 

8,272 

19,679,357 

471 

691 

431,700 

264 

258,675 

1,731 

1,303 

635,360 

976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 

6,008,615 

4,951 

5,507 

2,731,470 

2,769 

1,895,935 



98,603,096 
11,747 

91,574,375 

90,182,247 

38,658 

1,348,100 

5,370 

7,028,721 

201,060 

2,821,641 

4,006,020 



5,084 
70,836 

4,689 
38,838 

4,188 
18,843 

3,433 

17,441 

894 

5,896 

1,533 

8,661 

2,006 

4,554 

316 

1,189 

4,027 

11,483 

54 

515 

654 

2,471 

5,942 

105,100 

5,291 
68,914 



2,051 

25,676 

2,228 

10,644 

556 

17,635,254 

720 

65,499 

1,476 

174,622 

968 
1,666 

1,355 
11,971 



8,394 

303,957 

9,687,549 

28 

334 

3,003 

2,266 

12,647 

1,476,065 

1,486 

1,266,011 

789 

2,278 

2,327,472 

784 

2,325,522 

9 

57 

37,900 

6 

19,500 

180 

283 

162,910 

115 

102,285 

1,277 

2,117 

1,326,810 

549 

1,071,185 

698 

1,451 

807,800 

318 

617,760 



76,646,776 
109,652 

70,876,344 

70,038,722 

16,376 

819,146 

2,100 

5,770,432 

131,932 

2,601,405 

3,037,095 



544 
40,874 

457 
23,877 

389 
10, 559 

369 
9,092 

170 
3,426 

337 

4,479 

382 

2,495 

193 

1,025 

188 

2,068 

19 

255 

67 

925 

274 

21,494 

233 
24,133 



325^ 

20,752 

102 

1,683 

208 

16,258,779 

57 

54,009 

146 

77,603 

77 
262 

81 
1,850 



699 

216,265 

7,582,421 

4 

171 

1,548 

102 

4,472 

495,302 

89 

478,342 

66 

1,025 

1,134,372 

66 

1,134,372 

9 

57 

37,900 

6 

19,500 

36 

192 

123,100 

26 

79,500 

82 

1,080 

869,375 

81 

797,000 

88 

858 

567,450 



5,876,714 

14,404 

5,600,571 



5,484,939 

516 

114,466 

650 

276,143 
14,080 
88,664 

173,399 



313 
5,494 

273 
2,660 

236 
1,101 

198 
1,299 

114 

745 

172 
790 
153 
241 

41 

61 
168 
458 

15 
190 

31 

194 

243 

8,193 

234 
2,602 



175 

1,123 

101 

403 

45 

554,150 

28 

380 

113 

26,334 

33 
54 

33 
279 



408 

22,399 

576,351 

3 

65 

505 

123 

2,392 

235,258 

101 

225,014 

58 

258 

277,850 

58 
277,850 



10 

2,900 

6 

1,900 

27 

121 

67,965 

16 

56,210 

29 

107 

60,900 

25 

51,900 



1,986,036 

8,561 

1,874,594 

1,839,253 

866 

33,350 

1,125 

111,442 

1,735 

16,000 

93,707 



186 
2,584 
185 
1,136 
164 
560 
143 
616 
77 
364 



468 

107 

177 

11 

13 

124 

519 

5 

20 

40 

160 

160 

3,208 

140 
1,723 



119 
514 

78 
679 

15 
100,000 

15 
305 

59 
2,378 

56 
132 

66 
606 



232 

7,285 

192,403 



64 

563 

63,900 

54 

61,200 

36 

113 

125,010 

36 

125,010 



10 

5,500 

1 

1,400 

24 

39 

18,050 

9 

10,400 

12 

37 

19,400 

7 

8,310 



3,395,936 
6,075 



3,145,764 

7,745 

101,015 

141,462 

3,310 

28,528 

109,624 



423 

4,145 

371 

2,007 

316 

933 

278 

1,152 

101 

253 

159 
733 
159 
209 
43 
55 
257 
711 



48 

145 

351 

8,763 

331 
3,418 



185 

518 

133 

1,208 

37 

178,300 

25 

815 

133 

3,757 

56 

201 

82 

1,165 



559 

14,384 

331,674 

1 

20 

150 

161 

1,105 

102,740 

116 

86,540 

37 

184 

183,725 

87 
183,625 



17 
16 
10,850 
7 
8,000 
58 



33,425 
17 

21,250 
47 
63 

32,250 
27 

20,750 



4,556,243 
3,636 



,119,321 

2,095 

107,492 

327,335 
17,759 
63,793 

245,783 



887 
6,458 

617 
3,310 

777 
1,917 

620 
1,682 

131 

475 

317 

991 

349 

429 

17 

17 

649 

1,951 

10 

45 

92 

192 

963 

16,352 

392 
14,443 



391 
1,297 

373 
2,035 

131 
398,705 

120 
3,590 

295 
22,785 

211 
327 

263 
2,336 



1,253 

17,919 

429,859 

10 

18 

250 

396 

1,509 

207, 580 

286 

166,350 

156 
218 

225,110 
156 

224,985 



45 

25 

6,925 

20 

3,125 

195 

184 

72,000 

80 

41,750 

101 

76 

35,625 

56 

21,500 



3,797,402 
1,915 

3,540,171 

3,419,867 

6,770 

113,039 

495 

257,231 
16,336 
17,373 

223,022 



1,286 

6,301 

1,211 

3,083 

1,131 

1,978 

925 

2,005 

106 

283 

325 

920 

381 

428 

10 

15 

1,096 

2,666 



131 

305 

1,561 

21,860 

1,366 
10,160 



516 

1,032 

661 

2,566 

70 

108,580 

165 

2,075 

360 

26,055 

270 
395 

375 
3,170 



1,983 

14,869 

351,406 

5 

50 

500 

590 

1,605 

211,280 

390 

161,265 

211 
342 

266,630 
206 

286,505 



50 

23 

11,700 

35 

7,900 

341 

296 

157,690 

126 

96,975 

221 

202 

59,950 

71 

23,375 



1,950,224 
850 

1,322,173 

1,769,097 

2,840 

49,236 

1,000 

128,051 

12,105 

5,536 

110,360 



1,115 
4,130 
1,055 
2,235 

920 
1,400 

720 
1,335 

160 

310 

120 
250 
385 
475 



1,135 

2,330 

5 

5 

185 

410 

1,715 

18,260 

1,500 
8,905 



320 

420 

630 

1,720 

45 

34,915 

245 

3,725 

305 

11,245 

225 
255 

370 
2,185 



2,295 

8,739 

184,555 

5 

10 

50 

620 

305 

129,725 

335 

79,050 

160 
126 

36,275 
160 

84,675 



20 

6 

1,685 

15 

410 

405 

215 

77,935 

140 

34,325 

115 

61 

17,325 

35 

6,125 



PUERTO RICO 15 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 1 of 8.-Sugarcane farms 

[Dsu are based on refioru for only a sample of famis. See text ) 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Econcnlc class 



Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Corn harvested farms reporting. • . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales faiTOS reporting — 

pounds . . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas — 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds — 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Tanlers (yautfas ) harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas... 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . . 

dollars — 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts fams reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of nuts . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms, reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Bananas farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas 

bunches — 

Sales farms reporting — 

bunches . . . 

Grapefruit faims reporting.. . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of fruits... 

Oranges farms reporting. .. 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits... 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of fruits... 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,085 

142,386,585 



900 

4,377 

3,902,365 

606 
2,937,065 

866 

1,301 

3,540,200 

650 
3,115,040 

218 
401 

613,000 
140 

408,050 

605 
595 

2,132,955 
463 

1,821,450 

905 
896 

2,470,375 
703 

1,997,875 

337 
259 

562,575 
247 

387,200 

427 
38,658 



2,008 
3,912 

9,381,722 
991 

9,220,738 

1,622 
1,975 

788,749 
933 

616,504 

2,151 
2,319 

741,982 
943 

516,945 

1,404 
453 

4,025,935 
801 

3,770,135 

2,289 
1,343 

19,480,970 
1,000 

17,477,125 



127 

3,174 

3,162,650 

87 

2,452,050 

72 

647 

2,433,850 

66 
2,285,400 

37 

305 

400,800 

26 
249,500 

40 

228 

996,435 

34 
902,450 

57 

312 

1,125,850 

45 

911,350 

28 
59 

131,000 
23 

107,800 

136 
16,376 



210 

3,156 

8,313,892 

159 
8,277,548 

131 
814 

356,669 
99 

308,814 

110 
727 

340,145 
87 

265,245 

122 
335 

3,162,710 
83 

3,095,960 

137 

388 

10,013,000 

78 

9,377,500 



44 

267 

158,640 

41 
104,540 

26 

42 

106,400 

26 

59,400 

12 
11 

22,000 
12 

19,000 

29 

39 
253,700 

29 
243,500 

28 

55 
93,350 

28 
67,550 

24 
28 

47,050 
20 

30,400 

10 
516 



67 

125 

114,915 

47 
107,700 

57 
95 

37,033 
47 

28,850 

82 

233 

91,100 

59 

78,850 

64 
35 

183,800 
51 

165,050 

107 
148 

2,874,500 
73 

2,799,600 



33 

156 

122,850 

23 

98,100 

26 
85 

159,000 
21 

118,250 



18,000 

16 
14 

78,000 
11 

53,000 

26 
34 

95,000 
21 

56,375 



13 

38,750 

3 

14,000 



28 
866 



71 
29 

152,750 
36 

147,300 

60 

106 

38,175 

50 

34,000 

34 

31 

11,070 

18 

5,590 

55 

1 

25,125 

25 
19,500 

78 
25 

235,000 
43 

199,000 



44 

153 

121,000 

39 

74,000 

85 
88 

151,500 
76 

130, 500 

22 
15 

46,900 
21 

33,000 

28 
18 

68,100 
13 

47,200 

53 
54 

75,800 
43 

59,950 

31 
21 

37,500 
26 

22,500 

94 
7,745 



147 
131 

144,260 
75 

137,900 

197 

258 

115,592 

151 

99,805 

126 
123 

47,735 
76 

35,850 

ICf? 
29 

119,400 

51 

113,500 

150 
148 

1,433,000 
89 

1,276,000 



141 
153 

87,375 
90 

51,250 

155 
HI 

231,300 
116 

183,725 

31 
15 

25,500 
16 

19,550 

116 
73 

251,625 
81 

222,000 

175 
140 

566,375 
135 

490,000 

85 
50 

135,875 
65 

110,750 

23 

2,095 



373 
217 

240,450 
193 

208,550 

332 
274 

88,000 
196 

62,285 

318 
338 

69,415 
168 

44,380 

230 

16 

159,265 

165 
115,625 

392 
203 

1,851,175 
182 

1,539,250 



236 
265 

162,000 
161 

102,000 

235 
191 

272,000 
180 

201,125 

25 
10 

23,000 
15 

17,000 

171 
107 

299,675 
150 

217,000 

275 
180 

325,250 
215 

274,000 

76 

57 

123,000 

50 

67,500 

84 
6,770 



460 
102 

176,480 
200 

146,175 

435 
258 

94,545 
235 

59,665 

606 
324 

95,452 
260 

53,200 

390 

20 

155,175 

195 
115,125 

595 
338 

1,557,725 
260 

1,254,500 



200 
152 

70,025 
145 

42,750 

195 
105 

166,700 
135 

125,540 

50 
27 

55,750 

25 

44,500 

150 

97 

132,980 

110 

96,800 

215 

82 

151,350 

165 
108,300 

60 
22 

45,250 
55 

33,750 

39 
2,840 



460 
119 

151,505 
220 

119,115 

305 
129 

40,210 
120 

21,510 

610 
457 

54,410 
205 

25,905 

315 

11 

103,450 

170 

59,875 

615 

80 

1,376,750 

230 

980,025 



75 

47 

17,825 

20 

2,375 

70 
32 

19,450 
30 

11,000 

35 

11 

15,050 

20 

7,500 

55 
19 

52,450 
35 

39,500 

75 
39 

37,400 
50 

30,250 

25 

9 

4,250 

5 

500 

13 
1,450 



220 
33 

87,470 
60 

76,450 

105 
31 

8,525 
35 

1,575 

255 

86 

22,655 

60 
5,925 

121 

5 

105,010 

51 

85,500 

215 

13 

129,820 

45 

51,250 



16 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 2 of 8.-Coffee farms 

[DatA are based on reports for only a sample of faims. See textj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

coomerclal 

farms 



Economic class 



FARMS AND AKEA 

Farms number . 

Percent distribution percent . 

Land in farms cuerdas . 

Percent distribution percent . 

Average size of farm cuerdas . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . 

30 to <i9 cuerdas farms reporting . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting. 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops . . . .farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 
Irrigated land In farms farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 

OFF-FARV WOHK 

Farm operators : 

Working off their farms, total. .. .operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . 

100 or more days operators reporting. 

SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts , farms reporting . 

number . 
Other carts farms report ing . 

number . 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee driers farms reporting . 

number . 

Tractors farms reporting . 

number . 

1 tractor farms reporting, 

2 tractors farms reporting. 

3 tractors farms reporting. 

4 tractors farms reporting. 

5 or more tractors farms reporting . 

^totortrucks farms reporting . 

number . 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Running water farms reporting . 

Television farms reporting . 

Radio farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting . 

Milk cooler farms reporting. 

Silos farms reporting . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting . 

persons . 
Salaried workers farms reporting . 

persons . 
Wage workers farms reporting . 

persons. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting . 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms report Ing . 

.^100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or jiore farms reporting . 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry) .. .farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting . 

*100 to $999 farms reporting . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

■^2,000 to ^4,999 farms reporting. 

■^'5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms report Ing . 

dollars . 

Under J^lOO farms reporting . 

^100 to *-999 farms reporting . 

$1,000 to ^1,999 farms reporting . 

$2,000 to '4,999 farms reporting. 

^5,000 or more faniis reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting . 

dollars . 

Under $199 farms reporting . 

$200 to :^499 farms reporting . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting . 

■1,000 to '"2,499 farms reporting . 

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting . 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

108,197 

575 

74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,538 

6,566 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,856 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

642 

1,420 



7,588 

100.0 

276,723 

100.0 

36.5 



7,583 

145,657 

4,886 

1,223 

442 

435 

304 

165 

122 

11 

6,015 

81,399 

1,692 

13,293 

7 

24 



2,061 

367 

1,694 



64 

101 

33 

41 

3,406 

3,513 

221 

1,546 

273 

339 

25 
29 

22 
2 

1 



721 

679 

3,478 

2,742 

894 

5,557 

6 

73 

17 



2,467 

13,513 

837 

1,965 

2,102 

11,528 



5,037 

239,866 

4,620 

412 

1 

2 

2 

1,006 

70,331 

796 

206 



4,874 

706,872 

3,574 

1,142 

106 

42 

6 

4,151 

3,963,921 

1,844 

1,029 

566 

345 

152 

215 



111 

1.5 

48,355 

17.5 

435.6 



111 
29,330 



17 
22 
61 
11 

106 

11,919 

54 

2,224 

2 

9 



10 

24 
9 

16 
100 
134 

35 
361 

74 
122 

10 

12 

8 

2 



75 
133 
93 
95 
69 
92 

ii 
1 



107 

2,565 

89 

412 

91 

2,153 



68 

28,605 

31 

32 

1 

2 

2 

39 

12,773 

11 

25 

2 

1 

i66 

165,910 

1 

47 

27 

20 

5 

111 

1,256,928 

5 

1 

1 

10 

7 

87 



173 

2.3 

39,438 

14.3 

226.0 



173 
24,127 



140 

6,695 

73 

1,753 



5 

11 

7 

3 

166 

172 

43 

396 

72 

74 



102 
125 
131 
151 

a 

155 
5 
6 

1 



161 
2,857 
96 
295 
143 
2,562 



103 

11,479 

57 

46 



41 

5,236 

19 

22 



158 

149,794 

21 

72 

42 

20 

3 

173 

696,449 

6 

18 
19 
41 



131 

1.7 

19,423 

7.0 

146.3 



131 
11,001 



119 

4,578 

59 

1,785 



107 
157 
23 
262 
30 
31 



40 
60 
100 
108 
24 
95 



114 

1,220 

40 

117 

107 

1,103 



66 
7,298 



27 

1,565 

22 

5 



93 
45,727 
21 
53 
19 



126 

379,591 

5 

6 

14 

29 

39 

33 



235 

3.1 

21,401 

7.7 

91.1 



235 
12,315 

40 
15 
33 
66 
24 
2 



203 

6,133 

69 

793 



10 

10 

5 

5 

176 

177 

20 

114 

20 

20 



91 
101 
127 
154 

69 

172 

1 



168 
1,022 



152 
135 
870 



153 
12,689 

105 
48 



64 

5,022 

56 



210 

61,071 

51 

144 

14 

1 

213 
317,616 
12 
40 
42 
77 
36 
6 



565 

7.4 

40,022 

14.5 

70.8 



565 
20,128 

36 
110 
117 
181 
105 

15 



510 

11,661 

184 

2,151 



1 

452 

458 

54 

274 

23 

23 



110 
130 
254 
295 
116 
469 

10 
10 



368 
1,770 
117 
298 
320 
1,472 



365 

24,397 

285 

80 



137 

10,705 

80 

56 

1 

477 

64,475 

203 

274 



493 
461,047 

35 
106 
146 
177 

29 



1,203 

15.9 

44,555 

16.1 

37.0 



1,203 

20,957 

322 

523 

214 

109 

32 

1 



1,022 

15,772 

341 

1,529 



205 
65 

140 



16 

23 

11 

11 

774 

784 

31 

114 

43 

58 



167 
183 
552 
528 
144 
928 



608 
2,065 
160 
315 
535 
1,750 



860 

43,440 

765 



193 

19,910 

128 

65 



935 

93,085 

572 

361 

1 
1 

953 
362,140 
232 
360 
279 
32 



2,118 

27.9 

36,020 

13.0 

17.0 



2,116 

16,293 

1,591 

435 

66 

20 

6 



1,668 

12,604 

421 

1,568 



521 

95 

426 



961 
961 

5 
20 

6 



85 

95 

805 

640 

190 

1,505 



10 



596 
1,244 
161 
236 
476 
1,003 



1,480 

54,070 

1,430 

50 



235 

7,835 

220 

15 



1,316 

58,270 

1,185 

131 



1,182 

214,625 

690 

430 

61 

1 



Puerto Rico Table 9.- 



PUERTO RICO 17 

•FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM; CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 2 of 8.-Coffee farms 

( Data arc based on rofMrts for only a sample of fanns. Seo tevl | 



Item 
(For definitions and explanaticDis, see text) 



Total all 








Economic class 








commercial 




















farms 


Total 


Class I 


Class II 


Class III 


Class 


rv Class V 


Class VI 


Class VII 


Class VIII 


170,507,493 


15,428,529 


3,751,886 


2,556,793 


1,113,204 


1,348, 


521 2,022,023 


2,046,705 


1,633,929 


955,568 


4,813 


2,033 


33,801 


14,779 


8,498 


5,738 1 3,579 


1,701 


771 


313 


129,263,080 


14,866,371 


3,624,739 


2,499,326 


1,064,696 


1,302, 


349 1,943,844 


1,955,749 


1,559,172 


916,496 


116,400,581 


12,142,893 


2,937,733 


2,107,114 


843,260 


1,045,432 1,579,427 


1,583,796 


1,278,756 


767,375 


689,991 


20,681 


195 


3,541 


40 


2,635 540 


9,125 


2,705 


1,900 


12,039,049 


2,699,152 


686,811 


388,651 


221,396 


254,282 363,877 


361,328 


276,711 


146,096 


133,459 


3,645 




20 






.. 


1,500 


1,000 


1,125 


41,244,413 


562,258 


127,147 


57,467 


48,508 


46,172 78,179 


90,956 


74,757 


39,072 


4,775,167 


150,400 


49,519 


22,022 


3,048 


8,772 14,895 


19,500 


19,704 


12,940 


17,861,708 


75,370 


21,752 


10,252 


16,800 


3,840 10,644 


6,742 


4,523 


817 


18,607,538 


336,488 


55,876 


25,193 


28,660 


33, 


560 52, 640 


64,714 


50,530 


25,315 


22,121 


2,669 


62 


96 


65 


153 310 


523 


715 


745 


276,336 


12,446 


1,496 


935 


920 


808 1,665 


2,132 


2,515 


1,975 


21,290 


2,593 


58 


96 


65 


153 304 


512 


690 


715 


164,649 


7,411 


859 


567 


522 


528 998 


1,277 


1,495 


1,165 


19,180 


2,198 


52 


87 


48 


131 256 


424 


615 


585 


90,451 


3,779 


241 


227 


155 


268 496 


712 


900 


780 


16,236 


1,593 


47 


79 


44 




88 176 


324 


400 


435 


68,515 


3,561 


381 


245 


346 


190 1 467 


602 


755 


575 


5,285 


441 


30 


29 


7 




28 75 


107 


90 


75 


27,275 


1,182 


192 


97 


42 




74 184 


208 


175 


210 


4,217 


100 


13 


10 


5 




7 8 


12 


30 


15 


15,897 


292 


64 


26 


10 




16 16 


45 


90 


25 


12,625 


2,664 


71 


93 


50 


120 293 


562 


755 


720 


21,078 


3,608 


204 


2U 


97 


173 419 


754 


930 


820 


1,516 


444 


67 


80 


39 




62 77 


49 


45 


25 


3,792 


1,182 


362 


257 


143 


114 150 


66 


65 


25 


19,709 


3,089 


40 


82 


26 


103 274 


573 


846 


1,145 


65,822 


6,419 


307 


238 


111 


285 831 


1,206 


1,436 


2,005 


177 


17 


A 


3 








5 




5 


3,431 


80 


42 


18 








10 




10 


3,745 


462 


11 


4 


10 




7 53 


87 


130 


160 


12,253 


1,101 


102 


10 


15 




14 117 


173 


315 


355 


29,067 


6,375 


71 


127 


76 


] 


99 462 


1,038 


1,851 


2,551 


791,402 


106,451 


10,730 


6,842 


3,230 


5,t 


34 9,373 


17,304 


25,592 


27,746 


26,930 


5,848 


61 


106 


65 


1 


73 429 


977 


1,696 


2,341 


824,302 


56,755 


4,298 


2,903 


1,170 


3,: 


102 5,449 


11,055 


13,962 


14,616 


11,386 


698 


33 


27 


24 




61 137 


201 


155 


60 


116,544 


1,797 


355 


153 


195 


1 


67 285 


362 


220 


60 


11,316 


1,160 


22 


37 


10 




57 101 


243 


295 


395 


62,938 


2,680 


164 


109 


20 




28 400 


434 


650 


575 


2,563 


137 


14 


13 


6 




18 21 


35 


20 


10 


111,635,673 


471,063 


135,950 


64,078 


105,000 


24,0 


00 66,525 


42,140 


28,270 


5,100 


5,294 


817 


14 


13 


5 




37 52 


166 


235 


295 


1,727,199 


16,446 


3,405 


1,105 


110 


1,0 


140 1,304 


3,327 


3,655 


2,500 


9,097 


1,729 


51 


86 


47 


1 


29 209 


372 


465 


370 


3,571,876 


239,758 


85,679 


39,475 


5,607 


13,7 


13 24,834 


27,080 


26,330 


16,990 


4,556 


234 


16 


8 


1 




12 41 


41 


55 


60 


9,494 


327 


36 


19 


1 




32 63 


41 


55 


80 


7,035 


839 


20 


17 


11 




28 82 


181 


205 


295 


65,221 


2,986 


284 


92 


24 


1 


58 541 


527 


625 


735 


9,702 


163 


16 


21 


16 




19 26 


20 


30 


15 


323,756 


1,928 


854 


401 


144 


1 


n 165 


73 


75 


20 


10,212,210 

60 

4,120 


47,744 


23,995 


9,348 


2,612 


4,6 


59 3,655 


1,475 


1,730 


270 




















43,415 




















19,100 


7,588 


iii 


173 


131 


2 


35 565 


1,203 


2,118 


3,052 


178,347 


127,335 


27,130 


22,227 


9,645 


11, 0< 


SO 17,364 


17,414 


13,301 


9,164 


27,806,483 


21,019,544 


4,819,019 


3,609,155 


1,441,500 


1,799,2 


75 2,739,775 


2,794,625 


2,310,795 


1,505,400 


15,686 


7,588 


111 


173 


131 


2 


35 565 


1,203 


2,118 


3,052 


26,017,284 


20,364,649 


4,805,819 


3,566,755 


1,433,300 


1,764,9 


50 2,703,975 


2,6&i,400 


2,127,470 


1,297,980 


8,277 


243 


3 


2 


10 




7 29 


72 


60 


60 


17,327 


478 


36 


49 


35 


] 


3 68 


145 


89 


43 


19,685,372 


432,420 


39,600 


39,000 


29,000 


13,0( 


» 62,273 


126,300 


90,775 


32,475 


8,272 


243 


3 


2 


10 




7 29 


72 


60 


60 


19,679,357 


432,420 


39,600 


39,000 


29,000 


13, 0( 


10 62,270 


126,300 


90,775 


32,475 


471 


2 


1 










1 






691 


15 


5 










10 






431,700 


13,000 


3,000 










10,000 






264 


2 


1 










1 






258,675 


11,000 


2,000 










9,000 






1,731 


55 


3 


1 






5 


15 


15 


16 


1,303 


78 


19 


10 






3 


9 


20 


17 


635,360 


43,200 


11,000 


5,200 






2,000 


4,000 


13,000 


8,000 


976 


30 


3 


1 






5 


10 


10 


1 


357,510 


16,500 


7,500 


3,500 






2,000 


1,500 


1,000 


1,000 


8,289 


1,044 


6 


6 


16 


2 


7 46 


197 


355 


391 


10,165 


1,173 


61 


55 


63 




8 69 


222 


410 


255 


7,185,370 


643,910 


49,450 


40,900 


44,450 


16, OC 


10 55,600 


102,135 


210,125 


125,250 


4,694 


644 


5 


4 


11 


1 


7 31 


121 


265 


190 


6,008,615 


472,225 


39,100 


22,000 


42,000 


10, 8C 


51,100 


30,550 


146,425 


80,250 


4,951 


384 


5 


6 




1 


3 7 


111 


111 


131 


5,507 


555 


73 


59 




3 


5 5 


88 


185 


110 


2,731,470 


288,065 


47,700 


41,000 




11,20 


1,525 


37,175 


105,730 


43,735 


2,769 


212 


5 


6 






8 6 


76 


66 


45 


1,895,935 


143,450 


27,500 


23,800 




9,60 


1,200 


23,325 


48,975 


9,050 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF FARM FT^ODOCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farms products sold total, dollars.. 

average per farm, dollars . . 

All crops sold dollars . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts , sold dollars . . 

Vegetables sold dollars . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars., 

Omaniental plants sold dollars . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars.. 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars.. 

Mili sold dollars.. 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Cows and heifers farms reporting. . 

number . . 

Milk cows farms reporting.. 

number . . 

Calves farms reporting . . 

mmiber . . 

Steers and bulls farms reporting . . . 

number . . 

Work oxen farms reporting . . 

number . . , 

Horses and colts farms reporting . . 

number . . . 

Burros and mules farms reporting . . . 

number . . , 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting . . . 

number . . , 

Sheep and lambs farms reporting . . , 

number . . , 

Goats and kids farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Hens f Eo-ms reporting . . . 

number . . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 

pullets, roosters farms reporting... 

number . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms repcrting... 

number . . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting... 

number . . . 

Milk sold farms reporting... 

quarts , . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting.., 

number , . . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting . . . 

dozens . . . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1959, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of sows . . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of pigs . . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting 

cuerdas — 
tons of cane . . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
tcffis . . . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds , . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas , . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds — 

Rice harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

ales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 



18 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 2 of 8. -Coffee farms 

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



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



Class III Class IV 



Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CROPS HAHVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds.. 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . , 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

Yams harvested .- farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Taniers (yautias) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . , 

pounds . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales ." farms reporting . . 

potmds . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . 

dollars . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
number of nuts . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of nuts . . 

Plantains farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches . . , 

Sales farms reporting . , . 

bunches . . , 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . , 

bunches . . , 

Grapefruit farms reporting . . , 

cuerdas . . , 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of fruits . . . 

Oranges farms report ing . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of fruits . . . 



7,215 

15,912 

1,2647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



504 
980 

665,305 
383 

420,650 

463 
336 

474,400 
365 

331,425 

723 
488 

941,450 
585 

729,550 

633 
406 

1,362,015 
555 

1,036,625 

1,192 
868 

1,518,875 
964 

1,151,000 

130 

92 

174,150 

82 

61,200 

214 

20,681 



744 

17 

63,170 

98 

33,100 

1,571 
1,628 

614,290 
1,026 

509,041 

5,893 

16,781 

5,058,141 

4,795 

4,440,042 

1,057 
231 

1,143,900 
604 

1,029,025 

5,097 
6,797 

85,917,225 
4,098 

81,996,690 



104 

70,950 

8 

42,600 

5 

17 

54,400 

5 
40,700 

14 
55 

90,200 
13 

66,900 

4 

21 

30,900 

4 
27,600 

15 
68 

131,000 
15 

119,600 

1 
(Z) 
25 



14 
2 

2,190 
5 

1,500 

46 

207 

93,225 

40 

88,675 

110 

3,084 

1,175,515 

109 

1,144,890 

30 
32 

231,100 
20 

217,150 

107 

1,691 

25,605,050 

99 

25,499,200 



79 

67,200 

8 

47,500 

4 

25 

51,000 

2 

11,000 

15 

33 

109,600 

14 

87,100 

14 
15 

55,000 
13 

33,600 

25 
90 

210,100 
23 

108,600 



18,000 

1 

5,600 

37 
3,541 



10 
1 

3,040 
9 

2,200 

39 

143 

68,120 

37 
64,991 

158 

2,111 

627,765 

158 
586,395 

35 
80 

U4,100 
34 

109,350 

157 

1,066 

15,500,500 

157 
15,028,000 



6 

30 

19,000 

6 

10,000 

10 
11 

9,250 
5 

7,000 

11 
27 

32,000 
11 

30,800 

10 
3 

11,500 
5 

10,000 

25 

33 
80,500 

20 
75,500 

5 

3 

1,750 



8 

1 

1,550 

1 

400 

52 

150 

55,625 

50 
52,700 

117 

1,580 

402,450 

115 
391,775 

16 
21 

70,000 
16 

70,000 

90 

303 

4,380,700 

89 
4,286,600 



22 

120 

85,450 

22 
67,050 

1 

2 

800 

1 
800 

27 

25 

109,000 

27 

98,100 

22 

15 

100,600 

22 

90,200 

32 
28 

63,100 
27 

57,100 



11 
2,635 



32 

1 

2,150 

6 

700 

92 

169 

64,900 

75 
57,800 

224 

1,346 

490,633 

217 
445,658 

58 
20 

89,600 
33 

82,200 

223 
510 

6,159,300 
212 

5,810,500 



31 
68 

29,300 
31 

19,400 

27 
18 

38,850 
22 

35,200 

39 
19 

36,150 
39 

28,400 

42 
16 

55,250 
42 

47,850 

81 

73 

129,050 

76 

104,400 



6 

540 



73 

3 

4,255 

7 

2,550 

219 

252 

100,750 

167 

83,200 

527 

2,087 

657,227 

494 
536,318 

76 

5 

63,850 

60 
58,800 

460 
844 

10,413,840 
437 

10,162,340 



142 
138 

136,050 
137 

102,350 

105 

78 

114,750 

35 

99,000 

171 
104 

200, 500 
136 

161,250 

144 

95 

399,500 

128 
325,550 

262 
199 

318,625 
222 

251,275 

37 
23 

37,500 
31 

15,300 

65 
9,125 



147 

1 

12,300 

20 

6,250 

353 

327 

111,0X 

252 

88,315 

1,026 
2,642 

714,106 
976 

579,201 

262 

35 

213,625 

176 
182,525 

933 

840 

10,443,650 

318 

9,805,000 



141 

240 

159,280 

91 

39,000 

125 

78 

74,375 

100 
53,250 

181 
103 

184,250 
150 

130,000 

170 
115 

369,540 
135 

263,500 

341 
189 

339,025 
281 

269,900 

25 

29 
63,750 

25 
31,550 

43 
2,705 



135 

5 

24,360 

30 

15,000 

365 
237 

75,915 
245 

52,300 

1,655 
2,246 

575,525 
1,415 

445,055 

295 

27 

286,750 

160 
258,750 

1,436 

893 

8,821,685 

1,191 
7,927,300 



146 
151 

98,075 
30 

42,750 

186 

107 

130,475 

145 

84,475 

270 
122 

179,750 
195 

127,000 

227 
126 

339,725 
206 

238,325 

411 
183 

247,475 
300 

164,625 

60 

29 

48,125 

25 

8,750 

42 
1,900 



275 

3 

13,325 

20 

4,500 

405 
143 

44,725 
160 

16,060 

2,076 
1,685 

414,920 
1,311 

260,750 

285 

11 

74,875 

105 
50,250 

1,691 

650 

4,592,500 

1,095 
3,477,250 



_1_ 



Z Reported in small fractions . 



PUERTO RICO 



19 



Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 3 of 8.-Tobacco farms 

[DftU are bftsed on reports for only ■ sample ol fanna. See text] 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



FARMS AND AKEA 

Farms number . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land in farms cuerdas . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average sise of farm cuerdas . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. . ..farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 

OFF-FABM WORK 
Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total.... operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . 

100 or more days operators reporting . 

SPECIFIED EOnmENT AMD FACILITIES 
Oxcarts farms reporting . 

number . 
Other carts .farms reporting . 

number. 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee driers farms reporting. 

number . . 

Tractors farms reporting . . 

number . , 

1 tractor farms reporting . , 

2 tractors farms reporting . . 

3 tractors farms reporting . . 

4 tractors .farms reporting . , 

5 or more tractors farms reporting . . 

Motortrucks farms reporting . . 

number . . 

Electricity farms reporting.. 

Running water farms reporting. . 

Television farms reporting. . 

Radio farms reporting . . 

Milking machine farms reporting . . 

Milk cooler farms reporting. . 

Silos farms reporting . . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting . , 

persons . . 

Salaried workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 

Wage workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting.. 

dollars . . 

Under $100 farms reporting . . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry) .. .farms reporting.. 

dollars . . 

Under $100 farms reporting. . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting.. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. . 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting . . 

dollars . . 

Under $100. farms reporting . . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting.. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Hired labor farms reporting.. 

dollars . . 

Under $199 farms reporting.. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. . 

$500 to $999 farms reporting . . 

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

+2.5no to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

J5,n00 or more farms reporting. . 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30, 191 
545,311 
9,614 
108, 197 
575 
74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,130 

4,183 

20,477 

13,538 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,858 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,531 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



4,143 

100.0 

79,791 

100.0 

19.3 



4,143 

23,534 

3,566 

435 

97 

30 

11 



3,773 

38,252 

1,257 

4,484 

10 

25 



809 
325 
483 



134 

150 

1,830 

1,099 

436 

2,968 

15 

15 

5 



1,140 

3,265 

232 

468 

990 

2,797 



2,536 

93,623 

2,392 

143 

1 

409 

31,307 

336 

71 

1 

1 

3,542 

391,198 

2,155 

1,383 

3 

1 

2,166 

576,696 

1,260 

597 

192 

105 

9 

3 



33 
0.8 

4,262 
5.3 

129.2 



33 

1,311 



33 

2,077 
20 
315 



27 
167 
9 
29 
21 
138 



12 
3,488 



15 
6,787 



33 
24,773 

30 
2 
1 

33 
77,216 



24 
0.6 

3,097 
3.9 

129.0 



24 
627 



24 

1,825 

12 

200 



24 

143 

3 

18 

19 

125 



17 
2,670 



13 

1,620 

6 



24 
'J, 375 



24 
16,840 



58 

1.4 

4,254 

5.3 

73.3 



58 

1,334 

5 



58 

1,676 

7 

155 



33 

234 

2 

2 

42 

232 



35 

2,065 

25 

10 



45 
300 
45 



58 

20,400 

5 



58 

44,050 

5 



296 

7.1 

15,406 

19.3 

52.0 



296 

4,081 

115 

137 

31 

6 

7 



276 

7,806 

92 

395 



20 
20 
174 
110 
42 
249 



171 
561 
53 
149 
163 
412 



192 

13,695 

141 

51 



111 

3,805 

95 

16 



286 

71,405 

30 

256 



245 
131,345 
55 
86 
53 
51 



822 

19.8 

20,435 

25.6 

24.9 



322 

6,077 

621 

176 

20 
5 



772 

10,CK4 

271 

1,165 



45 
50 
377 
321 
106 
601 



335 

1,170 

65 

120 

305 
1,050 



515 

18,790 

495 

20 



155 
7,075 

140 



766 

105, 695 

270 

496 



571 
151,190 
230 
240 
100 



1,660 

40.1 

21,571 

27.0 

13.0 



1,660 

7,089 

1,575 

85 



1,510 

9,998 

475 

1,408 
5 

15 



300 

115 
185 



25 
35 

725 

395 

135 

1,120 

10 
5 



440 
795 
85 
140 
335 
655 



1,005 

33,545 

965 

40 



55 
6,255 

40 
15 



1,445 

116,660 

995 

450 



860 

129,025 

610 

225 

20 



20 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 9. 



-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 3 of 8.-Tobacco farms 



[Data are based on report.'; for only b sample of famis See text | 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 





Total all 
commercial 








Economic cla.«!s 
































farms 


Total 


Class I 


Class II 


Class III 


Class IV 


Class V 


Class VI 


Class VII 


Class VIII 




170,507,493 


5,150,742 




405,454 


225,790 


373,899 


1,036,219 


1,365,229 


1,318,433 


425,718 




i,813 


1,243 




12,286 


9,408 


6,447 


3,501 


1,661 


794 


341 




129,263,080 


4,6-'5,617 




353,104 


178,524 


348,595 


932,659 


1,244,180 


1,222,237 


396,318 




116,iOO,581 


4,082,274 




293,304 


162,234 


297,189 


790,752 


1,075,814 


1,095,466 


367,515 




689,991 


42,266 




385 


30 


6,481 


8,985 


14,125 


9,030 


3,230 




12,039,049 


543,677 




59,415 


16,260 


40,925 


132,922 


153,841 


114,741 


25,573 




133,459 


7,400 








4,000 




400 


3,000 






41,244,413 


475,125 




52,350 


47,266 


25,304 


103,560 


121,049 


96,196 


29,400 




4,775,167 


37,219 




642 


1,028 


1,082 


9,368 


8,520 


11,309 


5,270 




17,861,708 


58,821 






20,800 


10,848 


20,672 


2,744 


3,757 






18,607,538 


379,085 




51,708 


25,438 


13,374 


73,520 


109,785 


81,130 


24,130 




22,121 


3,054 




32 


28 


58 


269 


692 


1,225 


750 




276,336 


16,171 




897 


765 


899 


2,570 


4,135 


4,770 


2,135 




21,290 


2,994 




32 


28 


58 


269 


682 


1,180 


745 




164,649 


8,022 




354 


330 


437 


1,271 


2,075 


2,410 


1,145 




19,180 


2,744 




31 


27 


53 


258 


625 


1,095 


655 




90,451 


4,828 




131 


172 


199 


721 


1,150 


1,595 


860 




16,236 


2,487 




27 


28 


52 


233 


602 


980 


565 




68,515 


4,728 




179 


155 


234 


620 


1,200 


1,565 


775 




5,285 


588 




22 


8 


43 


98 


192 


175 


50 




27,275 


1,711 




264 


213 


146 


298 


395 


330 


65 




4,217 


7«. 




22 


23 


26 


163 


220 


235 


75 




15,897 


1,710 




100 


67 


82 


381 


465 


465 


150 




12,625 


1,999 




31 


27 


57 


208 


511 


745 


420 




21,073 


2,428 




44 


58 


89 


345 


632 


810 


450 




1,516 


171 




20 


7 


2 


62 


40 


35 


5 




3,792 


344 




86 


21 


11 


96 


30 


40 


10 




19,709 


2,875 




24 


22 


42 


207 


600 


1,125 


855 




65,822 


6,227 




116 


160 


219 


522 


1,395 


2,275 


1,540 




177 


10 












5 


5 






3,431 


15 












10 


5 






3,745 


577 




"s 


16 


'ii 


72 


130 


165 


175 




12,253 


1,665 




33 


72 


20 


405 


325 


460 


350 




29,067 


3,696 




29 


22 


48 


267 


710 


1,500 


1,120 




791,402 


52,145 




1,241 


522 


1,220 


7,362 


11,105 


18,760 


11,935 




26,930 


3,456 




29 


17 


48 


262 


675 


1,370 


1,055 




824,302 


31,511 




474 


676 


1,151 


4,100 


6,355 


10,330 


7,425 




11,386 


839 




28 


13 


17 


146 


280 


285 


70 




116,544 


2,033 




347 


169 


82 


430 


560 


360 


85 




11,316 


1,244 




16 


11 


32 


165 


300 


455 


265 




62,938 


2,977 




60 


38 


54 


400 


1,005 


1,010 


410 




2,563 


81 




... 


10 


10 


21 


15 


25 






111,635,673 


367,630 






130,000 


67,800 


129,200 


17,150 


23,480 






5,294 


561 




6 


5 


5 


45 


125 


225 


150 




1,727,199 


8,131 




56 


175 


75 


2,040 


2,010 


2,520 


1,255 




9,097 


1,005 




16 


16 


17 


171 


230 


350 


205 




3,571,876 


45,715 




1,070 


1,430 


1,870 


11,530 


9,965 


13,725 


6,125 




4,556 


436 




12 


11 


27 


51 


145 


130 


60 




9,494 


525 




15 


26 


38 


66 


180 


135 


65 




7,035 


8% 




12 


11 


22 


86 


220 


305 


240 




65,221 


3,633 




85 


200 


133 


375 


1,020 


1,135 


685 




9,702 


56 




6 




5 


10 


35 








323,756 


418 




103 




100 


45 


170 








10,212,210 


8,614 




2,304 




1,750 


1,235 


3,325 








60 


1 




1 
















4,120 


1 




1 
















43,415 


2 




2 
















19,100 


1,758 




9 


'12 


35 


181 


370 


676 


475 




178,347 


2,996 




196 


89 


71 


436 


711 


1,113 


380 




27,806,483 


496,480 




34, 100 


6,900 


18,750 


76,685 


128,010 


174,080 


57,955 




15,686 


986 




7 


12 


30 


136 


240 


401 


160 




26,017,284 


320,740 




33,500 


5,500 


13,000 


55,350 


90,110 


101,225 


22,055 




8,277 


4,143 




32 


24 


58 


296 


822 


1,661 


1,250 




17,327 


8,832 




365 


245 


531 


1,539 


2,314 


2,618 


1,220 




19,685,372 


11,094,405 




766, 500 


474,200 


782,300 


2,158,500 


2,878,505 


2,996,145 


1,038,255 




8,272 


4,143 




32 


24 


58 


296 


822 


1,661 


1,250 




19,679,357 


11,091,905 




766,500 


474,200 


782,300 


2,158,500 


2,878,505 


2,993,645 


1,038,255 




471 


213 




1 




15 


21 


36 


80 


60 




691 


280 




10 




34 


53 


41 


86 


56 




431,700 


220,500 




5,000 




50,000 


36,600 


32,150 


53,375 


43,375 




264 


126 




1 




10 


15 


20 


50 


30 




258,675 


146, 325 




3,000 




28,000 


30,600 


28,600 


34,625 


21,500 




1,731 


505 






"5 


5 


30 


55 


245 


165 




1,303 


284 






3 


1 


34 


47 


132 


67 




635,360 


116,125 






750 


250 


15,100 


13,500 


59,375 


27,150 




976 


235 










20 


30 


135 


50 




357,510 


40,075 










11,500 


4,625 


17,200 


6,750 




8,289 


1,230 




2 


1 


5 


106 


260 


486 


370 




10,165 


591 




1 


1 


3 


75 


134 


206 


171 




7,185,370 


333,875 




1,500 


100 


2,000 


40,075 


91,825 


122,650 


75,725 




4,694 


480 




2 


1 


5 


51 


120 


161 


140 




6,008,615 


184,440 




1,300 


90 


1,000 


23,050 


57,500 


60,500 


41,000 




4,951 


981 




2 




17 


97 


210 


655 






5,507 


709 




33 




31 


124 


161 


360 






2,731,470 


352,580 




21,300 




11,900 


45,100 


81,030 


193,250 






2,769 


465 




2 




17 


61 


135 


250 


... 




1,895,935 


232,935 




16,000 




8,300 


28,550 


47,455 


132,630 





ESTIMATED VALUE OF FAiM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars. 

average per farm, dollars . 

All crops sold dollars . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars. 

Vegetables sold dollars , 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars . . . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars.. 

Poultry &iid poultry products sold dollars . . 

Milk sold dollars . . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . 

LIVESTGCK AJro LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting . . . 

number . , 
Milk cows farms reporting.. 

niomber . , 
Calves farms reporting . . , 

number . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting . . . 

nximber . 

Work oxen farms reporting . . , 

number . , 
Horses and colts farms reporting... 

number . 
Burros and mules farms reporting... 

number . . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting . . . 

number . 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting. . ■ 

number . 
Goats and kids farms reporting . 

number . . , 
Hens farms reporting- 

number . . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 
pullets, roosters farms reporting... 

number . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LTVESIOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting . . . 

number . , 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting . , 

number . . 

Milk sold farms reporting., 

quarts . , 

Chickens sold farms reporting . . 

number . , 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting . . . 

dozens . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of sows . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting.. 

number of pigs . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . 
tons of cane. 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . 
tons. 

Coffee harvested farms reporting . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting ■ 

pounds . 

Rice harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting . 

pounds . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds. 

Sales farms reporting . 

pounds . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds . 



PUERTO RICO 21 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 3 of 8. -Tobacco farms 

[Data are based on roporU; for onl) a sample of farm*. See lexl) 



(For definltians and explanations, see text) 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting . . ■ 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Sweetpotatoee harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

pounds . . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting ■ . . 

pounds . . . 

Taniers (yautf as ) harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . . 

dollars . . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of nuts . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of fruits . . . 

Oranges farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

number of fruits . . . 



Total all 

camnercial 

fanns 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

6,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 

7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35, 196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



Econcmic class 



1,861 
2,443 

1,740,785 
1,515 

1,228,625 

2,042 
1,848 

3,506,230 
1,816 

2,786,350 

644 
360 

359,285 
563 

689,050 

1,219 

875 

3,306,125 

1,114 
2,806,175 

1,647 
1,201 

2,749,190 
1,447 

2,244,440 

228 

98 

160,025 

118 

99,500 

552 
42,266 



115,225 

197 

73,375 

2,041 
1,902 

756,985 
1,430 

562,215 

2,122 

1,710 

625,160 

1,295 

408,405 

1,108 

72 

529,975 

iOi. 

391,900 

1,733 
307 

4,174,775 
782 

3,016,100 



IB 

160 

131,500 

18 

88,250 

9 

48 

121,000 

9 

74,000 



15,000 

1 

7,000 



60,000 

6 

44,000 

18 
62 

2CH,0OO 
18 

180,000 

1 

5 

15,000 

1 

6,000 



9 

385 



2 

5,475 

2 

4,200 

22 

146 

76,980 

22 
71,880 

17 
53 

33,515 
12 

29,625 

19 

4 

28,750 

13 
16,700 

29 

34 

551,250 

13 

525,250 



8 

53 

19,000 



7 

40 

105,000 



3,000 

1 

2,800 

17 
49 

290,000 
17 

232,000 

12 
24 

46,100 
12 

26,000 



22 

34 
18,600 

22 
16, 275 

17 
36 

18,800 
17 

15,300 

1 



11 
3 

41,000 

11 

30,600 



42 

181 

147,000 

37 

128,500 

48 

120 

379,000 

48 

345,800 

16 
18 

81,000 
15 

70,500 

25 
46 

177,500 
25 

167,000 

21 

43 

118,500 

16 

87,500 



5 
10,000 

1 

5,000 

65 
6,481 



57 

110 

54,250 

51 
45,160 

46 
60 

36,075 
35 

29,750 

12 

2 

36,000 

11 
31,400 

26 

6 

127,500 

26 
109,000 



182 
431 

319,500 
172 

251,000 

226 
315 

769,250 
211 

658,300 

75 

68 

130,250 

70 

99,750 

136 
171 

561,250 
131 

456,550 

180 
215 

637,750 
175 

573,000 

15 

9 

27,500 

15 
24,500 

116 
8,935 



35 

1 

2,500 

10 
1,375 

248 
383 

191,315 
223 

154,910 

212 

291 

126,195 

131 

90,650 

81 

9 

66,150 

70 
51,000 

176 

46 

628,500 

116 
478,000 



371 
538 

435,150 
340 

315,750 

396 
473 

826,250 
385 

651,000 

145 

72 

167,750 

135 
138,250 

320 
235 

967,750 
305 

370,750 

386 
348 

824,850 
356 

669,350 

56 
30 

64,000 
41 

44,500 

179 
14,125 



13,725 

35 

9,000 

501 
497 

209,130 
426 

161,825 

470 
424 

169,015 
360 

116,920 

255 

32 

163,200 

160 
132,000 

385 

73 

929,625 

210 
670,000 



790 
773 

515,000 
640 

336,000 

856 
601 

989,625 
766 

745,750 

266 
148 

347,625 
236 

279,750 

465 
265 

954,625 
410 

792,125 

660 
377 

683, 665 
600 

540,965 

115 

41 

35,525 

50 

17,500 

121 
9,030 



270 
14 

35,040 
85 

19,925 

811 

478 

167,215 

556 

99,930 

865 
542 

135,270 
490 

103,335 

420 

21 

165,525 

225 
116,800 

691 

113 

1,385,550 

296 

921,750 



450 

307 

173,635 

300 

93,625 

500 
251 

316,105 
390 

221,500 

140 

48 

11A,660 

105 

91,000 

250 

94 

295,000 

220 
243,750 

370 
132 

234,325 
270 

167,625 

40 

8 

3,000 

10 
2,000 

61 
3,230 



320 
20 

58,485 
65 

38,875 

380 
249 

39,495 
130 

12,235 

495 
304 

56,290 
200 

21,325 

320 

4 

70,350 

125 
44,000 

415 

32 

511,350 

105 

311,500 



22 



Puerto Rico Table 9. 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 4 of 8.-Minor-crop farms 

[Data are based on raporta for only a sample of faims. See textj 



(For defijiitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



Class III Class IV 



Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



FARMS AND AREA 

Farms number . 

Percent distribution percent . 

Land in farms cuerdas. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average size of farm cuerdas ■ 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting. 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting. 

30 to i9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting. 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
Pastureland not suitable for crops .... farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

OFF-FAKM WOFIK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total. .. .operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 or more days operators reporting. 

SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts " farms reporting. 

number,, 
Other carts farms reporting., 

number . 
Coffee -pulping machines farms reporting,, 

number.. 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting. . 

number. , 
Coffee driers farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Tractors farms reporting. 

number. 

1 tractor farms reporting. 

2 tractors. farms reporting. 

3 tractors farms reporting. 

A tractors farms reporting, 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. 

Motortrucks, farms reporting, 

number. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Running water farms reporting . 

Television .farms reporting. 

Radio farms reporting. 

MilJting machine farms reporting. 

Milk cooler farms reporting . 

Silos farms reporting. 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. 

persons. 
Salaried workers farms reporting. 

persons . 
Wage workers farms reporting, 

persons, 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITUHES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under flOO, farms reporting. 

flOO to $999 farms reporting. 

cl,000 to :1,999 farms reporting. 

?2,000 to 4,999 farms reporting. 

,^5,000 or more. ...................... .farms reporting. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry). ,, farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under tlOO farms reporting. 

:'100 to $999 farms reporting. 

?1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting, 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting, 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting, 

dollars , 

Under $100 farms reporting, 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to .*1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under C199 farms reporting. 

$200 to : 499 farms reporting, 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

■1,000 to $2,499 farms reporting. 

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

-5,000 or more farms reporting. 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 
545,311 
9,614 
108,197 
575 
74,632 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,533 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,327 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53, 552 



22,839 

1,955,834 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,358 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



1,082 
100.0 
24,156 
100.0 
22.3 



1,032 

7,588 

875 

161 

36 



977 

11,452 

315 

%7 

10 

4 



242 
95 
147 



33 
34 
476 
270 
68 
745 



207 
644 
4i 
35 
205 
559 



622 

20,983 

536 

36 



184 

16,355 

150 

33 



545 

39,137 

417 

128 



462 

37, 530 
321 
106 
21 
12 
1 
1 



0.2 
1,224 

5.1 
612.0 



2 
333 



2 

676 

2 

119 



1 
150 



1 
1,300 



2 

1,585 



2 
8,740 



38 

3,5 

3,353 

13.9 

88.2 



38 

741 

20 

5 



30 

1,335 

30 



2,740 
7 



26 

3,957 



38 

19,080 

11 

10 



11 



132 

12.2 

4,649 

19.3 

35.2 



132 
1,446 
60 
61 
10 



33 


132 


,307 


2,127 


2 


56 


101 


125 



72 

40 

5 

117 



57 
201 
16 
31 
57 
170 



91 

3,778 

76 

15 



3,095 
25 
11 



37 

10,250 

51 

36 



107 

26,500 

45 

51 

10 

1 



365 
33,7 
7,7% 
32.3 
21.4 



365 
2,596 

295 
55 
15 



310 
,700 
130 
365 
5 
3 



15 
15 

150 
90 
25 

260 



70 
155 
10 
25 
70 
130 



135 

5,595 

130 

5 



6,815 
55 
10 



160 

3,375 

130 

30 



180 

23,430 

135 

40 

5 



PUERTO RICO 23 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 4 of 8.-Minor-crop farms 

[ Data ore based on rpporls for only a sample of fanns. Seo lexl ] 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 








Economic class 










commercial 




















farms 


Total 


Class I 


Class II 


Class HI 


Class IV 


Class V 


Class VI 


Class VII 


Class VIII 


170,507,^93 


901,543 


50,292 








173,148 


229,122 


287,157 


161,824 


4,813 


833 


25,146 


... 






4,557 


1,736 


787 


297 


129,263,080 


748,348 


34,099 








132,203 


198,676 


236,847 


146,523 


116,400,581 


542,104 


17,460 








30,098 


149,423 


134,301 


110,822 


689,991 


89,020 










22,740 


27,840 


24,225 


14,215 


12,039,049 


98,544 


16,639 








11,865 


21,358 


28,321 


20,361 


133,459 


18,680 








... 


17,500 


55 




1,125 


41,244,413 


153,195 


16,193 








40,945 


30,446 


50,310 


15,301 


4,775,167 


17,947 


2,876 








320 


1,311 


5,140 


8,300 


17,861,708 


28,746 


2,400 








7,920 


5,120 


12,820 


486 


18,607,538 


106,502 


10,917 








32,705 


24,015 


32,350 


6,515 


22,121 


677 


2 








32 


122 


215 


306 


276,336 


3,624 


191 




* - * 




515 


798 


965 


1,155 


21,290 


657 


2 




... 




32 


122 


210 


291 


164,649 


2,009 


131 








265 


473 


495 


645 


19,180 


578 


1 








26 


116 


175 


260 


90,451 


1,053 


8 






... 


103 


202 


320 


420 


16,236 


440 


2 






... 


27 


86 


130 


195 


68,515 


977 


22 








160 


180 


305 


310 


5,285 


160 


2 


. • . 






17 


31 


45 


65 


27,275 


370 


38 








62 


85 


75 


110 


4,217 


127 










12 


30 


40 


45 


15,897 


268 










28 


60 


90 


90 


12,625 


475 


2 








7 


96 


165 


205 


21,078 


675 


62 








17 


146 


220 


230 


1,516 


67 


2 








2 


12 


46 


5 


3,792 


101 


12 








2 


12 


70 


5 


19,709 


673 


2 


• . . 






30 


111 


215 


320 


65,822 


1,547 


11 








85 


251 


490 


710 


177 




















3,431 


















... 


3,745 


200 










'io 


45 


65 


80 


12,253 


480 










35 


170 


105 


170 


29,067 


839 


"2 








3C 


126 


305 


426 


791,402 


12,808 


548 








54; 


1,990 


4,470 


5,255 


26,930 


839 


2 








2; 


121 


295 


396 


324,302 


6,630 


67 








145 


1,213 


2,365 


2,890 


11,386 


169 


1 








2' 


41 


90 


10 


116,544 


508 


74 








21c 


84 


130 


10 


11,316 


328 


2 








1: 


81 


120 


no 


62,938 


1,150 


9 






... 


8: 


411 


470 


175 


2,563 


37 


1 


... 






t 


10 


10 


10 


111,635,673 


179,665 


15,000 








49,50C 


32,000 


30,125 


3,040 


5,294 


152 


2 










10 


50 


85 


1,727,199 


5,854 


624 








6C 


285 


1,300 


3,585 


9,097 


258 


2 








2C 


46 


100 


90 


3,571,876 


15,553 


3,548 








42; 


1,615 


5,720 


4,255 


4,556 


161 


1 










50 


65 


40 


9,494 


181 


1 








1' 


50 


70 


45 


7,035 


276 


1 








IC 


65 


105 


95 


65,221 


1,473 


8 


... 






IOC 


545 


605 


215 


9,702 


15 










IC 




5 


... 


323,756 


20 








... 


1: 




7 




10,212,210 


790 










68C 




110 




60 


















... 


4,120 




















43,415 


















... 


19,100 


406 










1 


61 


170 


160 


178,347 


946 










4C 


206 


424 


276 


27,806,483 


143,160 










9,00C 


38,250 


66,550 


29,360 


15,686 


291 












46 


140 


100 


26,017,284 


102,520 










7,50C 


28,760 


49,560 


16,700 


8,277 


70 












30 


35 


... 


17,327 


160 










2C 


90 


50 




19,685,372 


128,000 










28,5a 


74,500 


25,000 




8,272 


70 












30 


35 




19,679,357 


128,000 










28,5a 


74,500 


25,000 


... 


471 


5 
















5 


691 


55 
















55 


431,700 


3,500 
















3,500 


264 


5 
















5 


258,675 


2,500 












... 




2,500 


1,731 


80 












10 


30 


40 


1,303 


94 












18 


34 


42 


635,360 


47,575 












7,250 


19,700 


20,625 


976 


50 












10 


20 


20 


357, 510 


37,125 












5,500 


14,750 


16,875 


8,289 


759 










li 


106 


270 


365 


10,165 


2,238 










33 


t 489 


781 


637 


7,185,370 


2,493,250 










361,25( 


) 655, 500 


978,050 


488,450 


4,694 


649 










2 


i % 


245 


285 


6,008,615 


2,423,225 










355,25( 


) 657,500 


960,750 


449,725 


4,951 


301 












5 41 


105 


150 


5,507 


370 













S 106 


120 


139 


2,731,470 


193,250 










1,50 


] 51,500 


94,375 


50,375 


2,769 


236 












J 31 


90 


110 


1,895,935 


160,075 


... 








50( 


] 45,950 


80,750 


32,875 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF FAHM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products aold total, dollars... 

average per farm, dollars... 

All crops sold dollars . . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts , sold dollars . . . 

Vegetables sold dollars . . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars... 

Ornamental plants sold dollars... 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars... 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars... 

Milk sold dollars . . . 

Cattle and hogs dollars - . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting... 

number . . . 
Milk cows farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 
Calves farms reporting. .. 

number . . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Work oxen farms reporting... 

number... 
Horses and colts farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 
Burros and mules farms reporting... 

number . . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting... 

number . . . 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting. .. 

number ... 
Goats and kids farms reporting . . . 

number... 
Hens farms reporting. . . 

number . . . 
Chickens {other than hens), 
pullets , roosters farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

LIVESTOCK ANB LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOID 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting... 

number . . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting. . . 

number. .. 

Milk sold farms reporting, .. 

quarts . . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting... 

number . . . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting . . . 

dozens . . . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting, ., 

niunber of sows , . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting.,. 

number of pigs . , . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
tons of cane . . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas... 
tons . . , 

Coffee harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
poxmds.. . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds. ., 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas — 
pounds. .. 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . , 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . , 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . ■ 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . . , 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . . 



24 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9. -FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 4 of 8.-Minor-crop farms 

i Data are based on rpfx>rts for only a sample of farms. See text 1 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

codBliercial 

farms 



Economic class 



Class II Class III Class IV Class V Class. VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CHOPS HAHVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting. .. 

cuerdas . . . 
potinds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds... 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
potinds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

potinds. . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
potinds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas... 
potinds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

potinds . . . 

Taniers (yautias ) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . , 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds... 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. .. 

Sales , farms reporting . . . 

pounds . , . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas , . . 

dollars . . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
ntimber of nuts , . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms reporting , . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

bunches . . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting. .. 

cuerdas . '. . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

number of fruits . . . 

Oranges farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

ntimber of fruits . . . 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,931,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,333 

13,951,175 

9,299 

8,010 
18,111,100 

8,196 
15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6.1S7 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 

20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 

35,196 

12,719,045 

13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



523 

1,585 

1,202,460 

468 

1,023,750 

391 
350 

686,100 

356 

589,750 

230 
190 

567,375 

210 

496,500 

340 

309 

2,024,750 

330 

1,901,000 

482 
407 

1,439,600 
472 

1,257,725 

205 
136 

204,250 
130 

135,050 

688 
89,020 



241 

14 

53,100 

105 
35,150 

305 
572 

65,680 
200 

46,255 

551 
591 

146,885 
341 

104,360 

200 
14 

73,360 
95 

55,750 

413 
149 

2,783,575 
233 

2,530,750 



2 

288 
380,000 



3 

2,000 

1 

2,000 



30 

20,000 

1 

20,000 



1 
25 

1,750,000 



11 
92 

45,000 
11 

40,500 

10 
13 

8,500 
10 

6,500 

15 

2 

15,000 

15 
12,000 

20 
48 

581,000 

15 

581,000 

25 

54 
135,500 

20 
175,000 

15 

9 

9,500 

10 

7,500 

145 
22,740 



7,250 

15 

5,500 

15 

138 

13,750 

15 
12,500 

30 

53 

10,875 

15 

3,000 

20 

12,500 

20 

10,000 

25 

3 

34,500 

5 

5,000 



95 

305 

247,000 

90 
181,500 

51 
53 

164, 500 
51 

146,500 

20 

10 

10,000 

15 

8,000 

45 
60 

463,500 
45 

447,000 

65 

75 
401,500 

65 
361,000 

40 
29 

44,000 

40 

33,050 

180 
27,840 



51 

1 

3,125 

20 
4,000 

45 

53 

11,330 

30 

8,930 

75 

163 

34,825 

50 
25,550 

30 

4 

9,500 

15 

8,000 

66 
24 

332,500 
46 

262,000 



205 
537 

343,900 
190 

304,500 

125 
149 

229,000 
115 

193,750 

75 

59 

128,125 

65 

106,000 

80 
71 

402,500 
75 

371,000 

116 

94 

277,600 

111 
246,850 

55 
33 

50,000 
50 

40,500 

187 
24,225 



60 

7 

15,600 

30 
11,400 

70 
45 

16,475 
50 

12,375 

195 
219 

49,985 
135 

35,535 

40 

12,500 

25 

3,000 

131 
62 

330,500 

106 

284,750 



210 
363 

181,560 
175 

154,250 

205 
135 

234,100 
180 

243,000 

120 

119 

414,250 

115 

370,500 

195 
130 

577,750 
195 

502,000 

275 
131 

573,000 
275 

472,375 

95 
65 

100,750 

30 

54,000 

176 
14,215 



110 

6 

22,125 

40 

14,250 

175 
336 

24, 125 
105 

12,400 

250 
126 

31,200 
140 

15,275 

110 
10 

38,860 
35 

29,750 

190 
35 

286,075 
75 

229,000 



PUERTO RICO 25 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 5 of 8.— Fruit-and-nut farms 

[Data are based on reports; for only a sample of (aima. See text ] 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



FARMS AND AEEA 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land In farms cuerdas . 

Percent distribution percent. 

Average size of farm cuerdas . 

land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting . 

cuerdas. 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

200 to '♦99 cuerdas farms reporting . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. .. .farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

OFF-FABM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total .... operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . 

100 or more days operators reporting. 

SPECIFIED E9UIPMENT AJID FACILITIES 

Oxcarts farms reporting . 

numoer . 
Other carts farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee -pulping machines farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting . 

number . 
Coffee driers farms reporting . 

ntimber . 

Tractors farms reporting. 

number . 

1 tractor farms reporting. 

2 tractors farms reporting . 

3 tractors farms reporting . 

4 tractors farms reporting . 

5 or more tractors farms reporting . 

Motortrucks farms reporting . 

number . 

Electric ity farms reporting . 

Running water fanas reporting. 

Television '. farms reporting . 

Radio farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting . 

Milk cooler farms reporting. 

Silos farms reporting . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting . 

persons . 
Salaried workers farms reporting . 

persons . 
Wage workers farms reporting . 

persons . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting - 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Feed for livestock (excluding 
poultry) farms reporting . 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting . 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $199 farms reporting . 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

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

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

103,197 

575 

74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 

4,005 

925 

7,313 

5,243 

5,397 

345 

1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,533 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

193 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,353 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

4S7 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

S42 

1,420 



Economic class 



3,547 

100.0 

36,228 

100.0 

24.3 



3,547 
33,763 
2,955 
354 
76 
93 
37 
16 
10 



3,100 

32,034 

953 

5,826 

11 



110 



921 
216 
705 



48 

54 

16 

36 

352 

352 

32 

102 



30 

74 

20 

4 

1 

5 

107 

136 

1,739 

1,402 

517 

2,536 

10 

22 

15 



800 
3,257 
248 
514 
663 
2,743 



2,339 

116,251 

2,103 

234 



376 

44,477 

291 

78 



2,165 

437,533 

1,547 

539 

17 

3 

9 

1,348 

1,177,763 

879 

276 

99 

64 

3 

22 



27 

0.8 

19,124 

22.2 

703.3 



27 
3,292 



17 
5,475 



22 

943 

19 
100 

14 
343 



16 

14,350 

11 

3 



10 

10,157 

1 



I 

24 

204,274 

12 

1 
3 
8 
27 
758,030 
1 
5 



49 
1.4 

7,771 
9.0 

158.6 



49 
3,303 



48 

2,317 

10 

100 
1 
32 



38 
163 
6 
47 
35 
116 



23 

2,458 

13 

15 



11 

1,705 

5 



40 

28,790 

1 

37 



Class III Class IV 



23 

0.6 

2,160 

2.5 

93.9 



23 
891 



932 

13 

165 



18 

130 

8 

16 

12 
114 



21 

,105 

15 

6 



5 

1,030 



23 

22,645 

5 



18 
37,152 



18 
0.5 

2,024 
2.3 

112.4 



13 

702 

10 



17 
611 



15 

1,735 

10 

5 



2,695 
5 



13 
20,601 



Class V Class VI Class VI [ Class VIII 



152 
4.3 
8,382 
9.7 
55.1 



152 

3,206 

25 

68 
30 
17 
10 
2 



142 

3,232 

54 

351 



78 
368 

27 

73 

73 

290 



123 

6,777 

103 

20 



20 

,535 

15 

5 



115 

30,270 

45 

70 



118 
54,640 



483 
13.6 
14,006 
16.2 
29.0 



483 

5,814 

290 

131 

36 

20 

5 

1 



413 

4,969 

185 

901 



10 

10 

235 

240 

70 

356 



236 
662 

60 
105 
191 
557 



351 

25,601 

281 

70 



55 

7,450 

45 

20 



392 

58,279 

206 

181 



333 

105,045 

172 

111 
35 

15 



1,110 

31.3 

15,962 

18.5 

14.4 



1,110 

5,995 

975 

125 



10 



960 

6,359 

310 

929 



305 
45 
260 



110 

110 

5 

5 



25 
25 
520 
430 
115 
740 
5 



195 
380 
60 

75 
165 
305 



700 

23,990 

625 

75 



110 

10,070 

85 

25 



710 

46,690 

560 

150 



390 
49,925 

310 
55 
25 



1,685 

47.5 

16,799 

19.5 

10.0 



1,535 

5,055 

1,655 

20 

10 



1,490 

8,089 

370 

1,052 

10 

23 



500 
140 
360 



15 
15 



75 

75 

5 

10 



15 
20 
835 
555 
225 
1,220 

5 
5 



200 
555 

55 

65 

165 

490 



1,085 

35,235 

1,045 

40 



150 

7,420 

140 

10 



345 

43,895 

725 

120 



405 

31,870 

370 

35 



26 

Puerto Rico Table 9.- 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 5 of 8.— Fruit-and-nut farms 

j Data are based on reports for only a sample of farms. :^ee text ] 



(For deCtnltions and explanatiais , see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF FABM PRODUCTS SOLD Bit SOOHCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars. 

average per farm, dollars. 

All crops sold dollars . 

Field crops, other thaji vegetables 

and fruits and nuts , sold dollars . 

Vegetables sold dollars . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars. 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . 

All livestock and livestock products sold.... dollars. 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars . 

Milk sold dollars . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . 

LTVESTOCK AND LTVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Ifilk cows farms reporting.. 

ntimber . . 
Calves farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Steers and hulls farms reporting . . 

number . . 

Work oxen farms reporting . . 

ntimber . . 
Horses and colts farms reporting . . 

number . . 
Burros and moles farms reporting.. 

number . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting. . 

number . . 
Sheep and lambs farms report.ing.. 

number . . 
Goats and kids farms reporting. . 

number . . 
Hens farms reportirig . . 

number . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 
pullets , roosters farms reporting . . 

number. . 

LrvTESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive fairns reporting . . 

number . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting . . 

ntimber. . 

Milk sold fanns reporting.. 

quarts . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting.. 

dozens . . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting . . 

nttmber of sows . . 
pigs raised November 1, 1953, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . 

nttmber of pigs . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HAHVESTED 

Stigarcane harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
tons of cane.. 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
tons. . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
potinds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

pigeon peas harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reportiitg . . 

pounds. . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pottnds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 



170, 507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,531 

639,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,361,708 
18,607,538 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,549 

19,130 

90,451 

16,236 

53,515 

5,235 

27,275 

4,217 

15,397 

12,625 

21,073 

1,516 

3,792 

19,709 

65,322 

177 

3,431 

3,745 

12,253 

29,067 

791,402 

26,930 
324,302 



U,386 

116,544 

11,316 

62,938 

2,563 

111,635,673 

5,294 

1,727,199 

9,097 

3,571,876 



4,556 
9,494 



7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,306,433 

15,686 

26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,685,372 

3,272 

19,679,357 

471 

691 

431,700 

264 

253,675 

1,731 

1,303 

635,360 

976 

357,510 

3,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 
6,003,615 

4,951 

5,507 
2,731,470 

2,769 
1,395,935 



5,254,600 

1,765 

5,890,549 

1,036,072 

30,819 

4,815,153 

8,500 

374,051 
58,330 
46,856 

263,815 



1,977 
9,922 
1,910 
5,421 
1,794 
3,194 
1,452 
2,979 
429 
1,065 

213 

457 

1,209 

1,576 

106 

163 

1,712 

4,752 

11 

135 

271 

331 

2,984 

51,951 

2,742 
25,370 



441 

1,523 

750 

1,707 

49 

292,350 

403 

6,987 

912 

91, OU 

200 
273 

434 
2,149 



35 

823 

24,100 

26 

3,780 

40,390 

2,186 

10,786 

1,140,062 

1,621 

940,697 

273 

539 

495,360 

273 

495,210 

25 

23 

5,750 

5 

1,000 

90 

49 

16,875 

55 

9,925 

667 
525 
210,450 
332 
137,025 
397 
275 

37,925 
196 

44,675 



2,395,269 
83,714 

2,323,594 

236,247 

50 

2,092,297 

55,675 
25,012 
12,480 
29,183 



9 
467 



126 

7 

139 

7 

61 



5 
19 
84 

7 
17 
15 
629 



4 

Ul 

17 

2,761 

11 
4,157 



5 

165 

10 

187 

3 

78,000 

1 

1,000 

9 

45,690 

4 
56 

10 
489 



15 

761 

22,420 

10 

3,425 

37,290 

10 

1,105 

77,000 

10 

56,500 



839,145 
18,146 

793,930 

107,763 

2,004 

639,163 

90,215 
1,557 
24,000 
64,653 



41 
863 

40 
388 

38 
173 

25 
215 

19 
223 

11 
32 
16 
34 

7 
11 

7 
40 



15 

59 

39 

1,503 

29 

718 



9 

447 

5 

10 

10 

150,000 

6 

42 

34 

2,913 



1 

10 

2,000 

1 
1,200 

1 

12 

5,000 

1 
3,000 



6 

260 

2,150 

23 

1,640 

136,200 

28 

135,000 

12 
77 

76,500 
12 

75,500 



5 

10 

5,000 

5 
4,500 

11 

27 

13,500 

6 

12,500 

10 

10 

3,500 

10 

2,500 



183,498 
7,973 

170,281 

57,591 

930 

111,760 

13,217 

393 

7,200 

5,624 



18 
145 
13 
53 
17 
30 
12 
47 
2 
9 

11 
21 
17 
41 

7 
13 

5 
91 



5 

10 

22 

463 

22 
94 



6 

31 

5 

40 

5 

45,000 

5 

125 

15 

350 



5 

50 

500 

17 

275 

54,100 

12 

50,100 

15 
92 

77,500 
15 

77,500 



91,282 
5,071 

78,866 
4,945 
73,921 

12,416 
896 



13 
186 
18 
114 
17 
51 
12 
45 
12 
22 

1 
5 
6 
28 
7 



15 
705 



10 
580 



5 

375 

5 

500 



45 

450 

7 

123 

9,000 

7 

3,750 



507,637 
3,340 



136,190 

2,555 

336,487 

32,305 

2,018 

32 

30,255 



96 
756 

91 
419 

79 
144 

56 
203 

39 

55 



75 
98 
12 
21 
64 
117 



11 

25 

130 

2,939 

120 
1,051 



44 
195 

30 

75 

1 

200 

21 
170 

54 
3,336 



23 
105 



5 

35 

1,000 



ill 

1,825 

157.300 

106 

145,200 

35 

175 

114,100 

36 

114,100 



10 
11 

2,500 
10 

2,500 

20 
31 

14,700 
15 

13,000 

10 

12 

3,250 

10 

2,850 



351,432 
1,763 

785,257 

223,283 

11,450 

533,024 

3,500 

65,175 
3,938 
1,992 

54,195 



310 
1,930 
295 
995 
290 
620 
230 
475 
110 
270 

85 
190 
231 
301 

26 

43 
255 
650 
6 
115 

35 

145 

436 

8,365 

410 
3,140 



150 

325 

140 

255 

10 

12,450 

55 

1,735 

205 

11,640 

25 
25 

75 

275 



5 

17 
425 



328 

2,396 

289,472 

303 
253,447 

80 

134 

137,760 

80 

137,750 

10 

5 

2,500 



15 

9 

3,800 

10 

1,250 

95 
79 

46,450 
45 

32,250 
66 
49 

17,825 

30 

9,400 



322,436 
741 



184,059 
10,100 
567,835 

60,442 

9,379 

528 

50,535 



655 
2j655 
625 
1,475 
585 
925 
460 
895 
115 
220 

35 

65 

430 

530 

20 

30 

560 

1,315 

5 

20 

75 

205 

910 

16,725 

845 
6,380 



150 
215 
275 
675 
10 

3,300 
130 

1,330 

250 

12,255 

100 

115 

150 
665 



10 

10 

255 



750 

2,147 

262,730 

585 
207,100 

95 

84 

71,500 

95 

71,350 

5 

3 

250 



35 

10 

3,375 

15 

550 

240 

213 
79,400 

145 
53,200 

145 

34 

30,000 

70 

15,000 



PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 5 of 8.-Fruit-and-nut farms 

I DHlft htp baswl or ri>[n.irl>; far i.riK a sarnplf i>f ra^m^, n-t •.•■\i ] 



27 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



ClASS III class VI 



Class V Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporxijig . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales famu reporting — 

pounds . . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting . , . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds — 

/ams harvested fam^ reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Taniers (yautias ) harvested farms reportijig . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

pounds . . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . . 

dollars . . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of nuts — 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

hunches . . . 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales f aims reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

num'oer of fruits . . . 

Oranges farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
numoer of fruits . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of fruits . . . 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,634 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

3,910,230 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 

1,142 

2,167,355 

1,401 
1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,232 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 

20,233,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,930 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,713,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,036 

142,336,535 



443 

472 

256,075 

297 

163,950 

663 
527 

748,710 
593 

576,360 

738 
571 

1,309,600 
603 

1,075,600 

363 
193 

561,225 
293 

457,900 

1,150 
1,159 

2,149,325 
1,025 

1,906,415 

235 

90 

162,725 

160 
123,500 

393 
30,319 



670 

3,749 

6,836,922 

370 

6,740,737 

2,195 
3,772 

2,033,391 
2,114 

1,821,645 

2,549 
5,839 

3,229,865 
2,404 

2,913,145 

827 
313 

1,307,475 
491 

1,134,975 

1,845 
1,567 

14,938,795 
1,220 

13,823,295 



18 
7,000 

1 
3,000 



5 

1 

1,000 



5 
3 

2,500 
5 

2,500 



2 

1,203 

2,515,000 

2 
2,510,000 



4,600 

3 

4,400 

12 

510 

300,875 

12 
300,625 

3 

29 

84,000 

8 
32,500 

16 

272 

3,035,000 

11 
3,035,000 



10 

10 

1,500 

5 

500 

11 
22 

57,500 
11 

54,250 

12 

19 

35,500 

12 

30,300 

6 

5 
51,203 

6 
33,700 

23 
42 

97,500 
23 

96,300 



6 
2,004 



16 

363 

1,368,500 

6 

1,355,900 

19 

537 

292,635 

18 
272,100 

38 

796 

630,010 

38 

628,900 

7 
1 

27,500 
1 

25,000 

23 

134 

1,115,000 

28 

1,111,500 



2 
2,500 



10 
10 

7,000 
10 

7,000 

10 
30 

70,000 
10 

70,000 

1 
3 

30,000 
1 

30,030 

11 
72 

121,000 
11 

121,000 



25 

930 



16 

173 

327,500 

16 
326,500 

21 

239 

97,000 

21 
97,000 

16 
32 

46,000 
16 

44,500 



1 
5,000 

1 
5,000 

2 
6 

23,000 
2 

22,000 



5 

5 

10,000 

5 

1,490 

5 

3 
500 



11 

446 

700,227 

11 

700,227 

11 
27 

16,250 
11 

16,250 

11 

107 

49,375 

11 
48,375 

10 

1 

24,000 

10 
21,000 

6 

4 

30,000 



39 
21,200 

21 
13,030 

46 
49 

72,900 
46 

54,300 

46 
52 

152,000 
36 

141,300 

11 
13 

59,000 
11 

57,800 

50 
60 

73,500 
45 

65,000 

10 

4 

6,500 

5 

5,000 

24 
2,655 

40 

159 

433,975 

20 
437,500 

100 
335 

257,905 
100 

247,655 

109 
596 

369,465 
109 

353,565 

66 

7 

78,675 

46 
67,000 

110 

123 

,362,200 

95 

,306,500 



31 

115 

95,700 

70 

74,500 

101 
90 

150,050 
91 

118,050 

135 
121 

395,000 
115 

345,000 

25 
10 

40,250 
25 

27,250 

176 
306 

749,875 
171 

713,000 

35 
22 

57,875 
30 

52,500 

lU 
11,450 



60 

255 

329,375 

30 
327,450 

341 
903 

511,731 
336 

459,125 

363 

1,109 

539,000 

363 
523,775 

30 

142 

479,675 

35 
463,875 

298 
549 

3,642,020 
253 

3,403,020 



175 
199 

93,800 
135 

59,500 

245 
183 

280, 500 
225 

206,500 

235 
169 

343,500 
195 

261,750 

120 

74 

153,875 

100 
135,300 

390 
372 

697,625 
360 

604,375 

40 
13 

24,250 
30 

17,503 

129 
10,100 



170 
416 

668,385 
100 

637,535 

685 
905 

461,900 
670 

398,935 

850 

1,520 

757,775 

315 
642,450 

250 

29 

133,075 

145 
148,600 

600 
292 

2,824,650 
445 

2,430,750 



130 

39 

34,375 

65 

18,450 

255 

168 
130,760 

210 
136,260 

295 
179 

313,100 
235 

227,250 

195 

92 

220,900 

155 
163,850 

490 
294 

392,325 
405 

302,750 

145 
48 

73,600 
95 

53,500 

64 



355 
229 

488,960 
185 

445,625 

1,015 
713 

411,870 

955 

326,130 

1,150 
1,119 

487,365 
1,040 

375,955 

405 
103 

425,550 
245 

372,000 

785 
132 

1,356,925 
330 

1,434,525 



28 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 



Part 6 of 8.-Livestock farms 

[Data are based on report for only a sample of fanns. See texlj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



FASMS AND AREA 

Farms number. . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Land in farms cuerdas . . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Average size of farm cuerdas. . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

10 to 19 cuerdas fanns reporting. . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting. . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. . . .farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 

OFF-FAB.! WORK 
Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total .... operators reporting.. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. . 

100 or more days operators reporting. . 

SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts fanns reporting. . 

number. . 
Other carts farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting. . 

number. . 
Coff ee-diying platforms farms reporting. . 

number. . 
Coffee driers farms reporting.. 

number. . 
Tractors faims reporting. , 

number. . 

1 Tractor farms reporting. 

2 Tractors farms reporting., 

3 Tractors farms reporting. , 

A Tractors farms reporting., 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. , 

Motortrucks farms reporting. . 

number. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Running water farms reporting. 

Television farms reporting. 

Radio farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Milk cooler farms reporting. 

Silos. farms reporting. 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting . 

persons . 

Salaried workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

Wage workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultiy farms reporting. 

dollars. , 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to :S999 farms reporting. , 

$1,000 to $1,999 fams reporting., 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting., 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. , 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry). . .farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to $999 fanns reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $100 fanns reporting. 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

.$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under ,$199 farms reporting. 

$200 to ;Ji499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

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

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



X,561 

704, 229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

103,197 

575 

74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,2ie 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13, 538 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20, 259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,858 

14, 131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



Economic class 



6,084 

100.0 

332,493 

100.0 

54.7 



5,217 

71,644 

4,328 

356 

14S 

148 

125 

64 

36 

12 

5,680 

181,906 

1,807 

34,354 

138 

4,490 



1,635 

276 

1,357 



340 
608 
200 
517 
156 
156 
35 
80 
27 
27 

311 

535 

198 

67 

13 

14 

14 

607 

778 

4,131 

2,688 

1,537 

4,779 

229 

493 

134 



1,722 
10,001 
796 
2,333 
1,379 
7,663 



4,299 

1,055,037 

3,444 

709 

50 

40 

56 

2,459 

3,765,103 

1,016 

1,017 

141 

133 

152 

3,123 

859,517 

2,142 

795 

93 

63 

25 

2,912 

5,601,947 

1,354 

585 

230 

326 

137 

280 



302 

5.0 

143,756 

43.2 

476.0 



255 
35,366 
27 
22 
30 
48 
60 
31 
26 
11 

280 

73,004 

96 

16, 138 

29 

3,316 



68 

200 

104 

337 

17 

17 

5 

20 

5 

5 

156 

343 

66 

48 

16 

14 

12 

141 

209 

290 

251 

195 

254 

ISO 

205 

65 



273 
4,754 

210 
1,035 

236 
3,719 



123 

503,194 

45 

34 

3 

10 

31 

256 

2,935,499 

6 

44 

5 

62 

139 

219 

493,841 

17 

811 

42 

55 

24 

296 

3,912,935 

6 

li 

20 
45 

214 



130 

3.0 

29,277 



141 
7,446 
23 
19 
29 
19 
29 
16 
6 



158 

16,473 

44 

2,209 

17 

269 



46 
59 
40 
78 
9 
9 
5 
10 
6 
6 

47 
68 
39 
5 

1 

2 
66 

34 
161 
137 
112 
141 
16 
72 
23 



147 
1,313 
123 
434 
114 
879 



102 

167,409 

40 

27 

15 

20 

125 

235,961 

1 

49 

41 

27 

7 

116 

91,472 

12 

60 

36 

7 

1 

155 

564,208 

5 
21 
44 
43 
42 



11,151 

3.4 

107.2 



92 
2,111 
26 
19 
20 
22 
4 



93 

6,502 

34 

962 

5 

153 



34 
330 

42 
129 

65 
201 



65 

59,537 

23 

21 

6 

5 

5 

66 
114,678 

35 
4 

22 
5 

66 
24,706 

21 

44 
1 



39 

169,315 

5 

7 

13 

36 

23 

5 



204 

3.4 

21,850 

6.6 

107.1 



165 

4,645 

43 

47 

28 

18 

18 

5 

1 



194 
12,996 
45 
2,132 
11 
75 



31 
36 
170 
114 
105 
172 
11 
36 
12 



169 
716 
79 
214 
133 
502 



141 
62,969 
75 
41 
20 
5 

123 
129,953 

70 

41 

11 

1 

146 

62,200 

20 

114 

6 

6 

203 
282,174 
11 
36 
42 

103 



547 

9.0 

41,027 

12.3 

75.0 



421 

,054 

253 

89 

25 

35 

7 

10 

1 



515 

25,150 

216 

4,664 

21 

565 



109 

6 

103 



89 

101 

414 

314 

227 

432 

6 

32 

16 



268 

1,355 
126 
244 
194 

1,111 



346 

65,109 

200 

131 
10 
5 

307 
147,961 
47 
216 
38 
6 

321 
64,911 

113 

201 

7 



409 
296,933 
110 
109 
82 
35 
16 
7 



963 

15.8 

30,593 

9.2 

31.8 



5,573 
766 

105 



877 

16,604 

256 

3,360 

15 

35 



263 
35 
223 



337 
702 
103 
143 
286 
559 



729 

73,639 

520 

199 

10 



416 

93,756 

197 

207 

7 

5 

613 

52,904 

442 

170 

1 



615 

191,817 

275 

253 

60 

22 

1 

4 



1,687 

27.7 

29,561 

8.9 

17.5 



1,514 

5,886 

1,449 

55 

10 



1,571 

16,522 

460 

2,582 

25 

48 



486 
115 
371 



51 
106 



32 


66 


92 


96 


651 


1,129 


434 


624 


236 


296 


826 


1,278 




5 


27 


25 



244 
426 
68 
79 
196 
347 



1,313 

70,130 

1,131 

181 

1 



636 

72,435 

345 

291 



947 

50,978 

857 

90 



730 

159,210 

562 

145 

1 

16 

1 

5 



PUERTO RICO 29 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 6 of 8.— Livestock farms 

[Data are b&aed on rofiorts for onK a sample of farni^ See lexl ] 



item 
(For definitions and explanationa, see text] 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



ESTIMATED VALUE OF Ftm PRODUCTS SOLD BT SOUHCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars. . . 

average per farm, dollars . . . 

All crops sold dollars... 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars. . . 

Vegetables sold dollars . . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars . . . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold.. ..dollars.. . 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars. . . 

Milk sold dollars .. . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves f aims reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting. . . 

number. . • 
Milk cows farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Calves farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 

Work oxen farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Horses and colts farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Burros and mules farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Goats and kids f anus reporting . . . 

number. . . 
Hens fenns reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Chickens (other than hens J, 
pullets, roosters farms reporting... 

number — 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting... 

number. .. 

Hogs end pigs sold alive farms- reporting. .. 

number. . . 

Milk sold farms reporting. . . 

quarts . . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting. . . 

number.. . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting... 

dozens.. . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . . 

number of sows . . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting... 

number of pigs. . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested fauns reporting. ^ . 

cuerdas . . . 
tons of cane. . . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
tons . . . 

Coffee harvested fanns reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds , . . 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas — 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

D17 beans harvested farms reporting — 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

pounds — 



170,507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,708 
18,607,538 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,649 

19,180 

90,451 

16,236 

68,515 

5,285 

27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 

21,078 

1,516 

3,792 

19,709 

65,822 

177 

3,431 

3,745 

12,253 

29,067 

791,402 

26,930 
824,302 



11,386 

116,544 

11,316 

62,938 

2,563 

111,635,673 

5,294 

1,727,199 

9,097 

3,571,876 

4,556 
9,494 

7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,483 

15,686 

26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,685,372 

8,272 

19,679,357 

471 

691 

431,700 

264 

258,675 

1,731 

1,303 

635,360 

976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 
6,008,615 

4,951 

5,507 
2,731,470 

2,769 
1,895,935 



35,887,362 
5,899 

5,085,735 

4,305,125 

126,003 

650, 157 

4,450 

30,801,627 
4,143,657 
14,493,141 
12,164,829 



5,305 
139,504 

5,178 
90,416 

4,642 
51,804 

4,234 
31,642 

1,888 
14,728 

719 

2,718 

2,176 

5,460 

184 

403 

4,180 

26,946 

69 

2,639 

948 

3,725 

5,024 

366,712 

4,770 
581,544 



4,857 

77,753 

3,275 

33,393 

1,407 

90,582,131 

1,436 

1,586,546 

1,837 

2,805,222 

1,762 
5,219 

2,023 
32,937 



489 

12,027 
344,227 



1,720 
5,462 

830,890 
951 

684,295 

758 

1,211 

1,245,255 

758 

1,244,825 

102 

134 

90,050 

50 

42,350 

419 

262 

125,010 

239 

71,450 

1,690 

2,023 

1,178,470 

1,009 

951,185 

945 

841 

352,275 

552 

203, 525 



23,762,479 
78,684 

2,890,366 

2,727,400 
40,869 
122,097 

20,872,113 
2,606,533 

11,606,874 
6,658,706 



265 
69,495 

264 
49,020 

255 
31,134 

224 
13,064 

219 
6,761 

96 

650 

182 

1,410 

61 

207 

96 

2,771 

17 

329 

37 

462 

118 

127,180 

131 
363,182 



221 

45,427 

51 

4,042 

237 

72,542,961 

63 

1,277,476 

54 

827,547 

46 
1,070 

46 
4,641 



80 

8,181 

268,706 



97 

2,062 

309,750 

86 
302,525 

15 
90 

112,600 
15 

112,600 



3 

15 

9,500 

3 

6,500 

8 

120 

80,400 

8 

75,300 

7 

77 

51,900 

6 

29,200 



3,556,535 
19,759 

398,096 

312,525 
8,120 
77,451 

3,158,439 

604,085 

1,179,520 

1,374,834 



164 
12,876 

157 
8,148 

134 
4,294 

130 
3,052 

109 
1,282 

65 

394 

90 

412 

13 

23 

112 

1,838 

6 

47 

15 

126 

117 

66,002 

112 
86,736 



134 

8,901 

74 

3,210 

116 

7,372,000 

34 

114,6% 

79 

799,912 

47 
326 

48 
2,398 



34 

1,163 
19,674 



30 

576 

76,600 

24 
75,450 

24 

122 

196,700 

24 
196,700 



5 

3 

1,000 



1,015,576 
9,765 

169,835 

131,265 
3,237 
35,333 

845,741 
287,922 
230,522 
327,297 



89 
4,882 

89 
3,092 

85 
1,556 

86 
1,032 

77 
634 

30 

124 

49 

135 

11 

19 

65 

6,875 

1 

10 

22 

80 

75 

27,374 

76 
40,308 



82 

1,853 

42 

2,085 

78 

1,440,760 

39 

107,851 

43 

202,935 

41 
1,085 

41 
5,140 



26 

357 
7,455 



29 

216 

31,725 

14 
30,300 

11 
51 

68,500 
11 

68,500 



16 

10 

3,150 

6 

700 



21 


33 


125 


72 


108,375 


168,000 


16 


18 


88,500 


164,700 


6 


21 


7 


33 


2,300 


11,050 


6 


6 


900 


7,700 



1,510,U6 
7,403 



226,568 
11,260 
47,168 

1,225,150 
342,809 
471,609 
410,732 



183 
8,405 

182 
4,867 

172 
2,576 

157 
2,197 

124 
1,145 

31 

196 

110 

748 

36 

60 

132 

1,258 

6 

55 

24 

220 

151 

28,020 

157 
20,891 



151 

2,402 

104 

2,236 

126 

2,947,555 

71 

33,230 

99 

560,757 

69 
257 

64 
1,940 



47 

790 

13,072 



33 

357 

43,550 

28 
40,600 

48 

156 

156,475 

48 

156,475 

10 

24 

23,100 

5 

14,600 

15 

6 

5,000 

10 

3,500 

34 

238 

115,300 

29 

109,400 

15 

30 

8,000 

10 

5,500 



2,418,120 
4,421 

472,944 

350,415 

12,262 

109,517 

750 

1,945,176 
139,672 
677,534 

1,127,970 



487 
14,358 

480 
3,397 

426 
4,156 

409 
3,895 

328 
1,798 

77 

268 

254 

751 

18 

22 

302 

1,456 

23 

2,101 

51 

342 

393 

30,906 

358 
18,073 



445 

7,003 

227 

4,122 

327 

4,234,590 

133 

23,022 

201 

196,675 

157 
382 

176 
3,695 



87 

917 

23,495 



145 
395 

70,290 
94 

57,820 

77 

187 

215,850 

77 

215,850 

21 

28 

15,700 

15 

7,500 

15 

8 

5,150 

5 

4,500 

108 

216 

83,875 

77 
64,225 

59 

78 
31,225 

53 
20,225 



1,670,610 
1,735 

401,899 



270,354 

23,275 

104,770 

3,500 

1,263,711 
36,512 
231,196 
951,003 



358 
9,990 

337 
5,544 

752 
2,539 

725 
2,666 

360 
1,332 

162 

448 

374 

577 

15 

17 

703 

4,084 

1 

2 

162 

556 

834 

32,326 

737 
15,929 



805 

5,272 

615 

6,615 

243 

,444,975 

294 

13,700 

374 

123,696 

332 
689 

412 
5,337 



100 

338 

6,640 



289 

644 

103,475 

194 

79,800 

218 

308 

267,990 

218 

267,690 

31 

34 

17,250 

20 

5,500 

130 

101 

54,885 

90 

35,675 

336 
372 

237,960 
216 

200,625 

212 

167 

57,235 

141 

35,940 



1,301,467 
771 

339,718 

216,005 

21,205 

102,508 



961,749 
47,777 
79,395 

834,577 



1,482 
10,463 
1,462 
5,340 
1,316 
2,894 
1,182 
3,105 
275 
1,055 

128 

463 

635 

854 

15 

30 

1,288 

4,533 

10 

35 

301 

1,033 

1,495 

31,055 

1,439 
18,655 



1,337 
4,335 
1,027 
7,253 

170 
496,220 

457 
9,056 

547 
63,315 

560 
845 

621 
6,171 



110 

276 

5,100 



507 

744 

114,905 

296 

69,450 

270 

247 

193, 535 

270 

193,535 

20 

25 

24,500 

5 

13,500 

130 

73 

26,375 

75 

9,375 

500 
434 

201,430 
310 

140,700 

275 

194 

77,115 

160 

42,000 



652,429 
311 

127,881 

70,593 

5,775 

51,313 

200 

524,548 
28, X7 
16,491 

479,710 



1,777 
8,535 
1,707 
5,003 
1,502 
2,655 
1,321 
2,631 
396 
7a 

80 

175 

482 

573 

15 

PJ 

1,477 

4,131 

5 

10 

336 

906 

1,841 

23,849 

1,710 
17,770 



1,632 
2,560 
1,135 
3,330 

UO 
103,070 

345 
7,515 

430 
30,385 

460 
565 

615 
3,565 



5 
5 
85 



590 
468 

75,595 
215 

23,350 

95 

50 

28,605 

95 

23,475 

20 

23 

9,500 

5 

1,250 

105 

45 

19,450 

50 

11,200 

650 
396 

133,080 
335 

107,735 
350 
255 

113,450 

170 

62,060 



30 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 6 of 8.— Livestock farms 

[Data are based on reports for only a sample of fanns. See lext ] 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations. 



text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Economic class 



Class II Class III 



Class V Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales fanns reporting . . . 

pounds . . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds — 

Sales farms reporting — 

pounds — 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds — 

Yams harvested farms reporting — 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Taniers Cyautias) harvested farms reporting — 

cuerdas — 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales « farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas — 

dollars . . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of nuts . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

number of nuts . . . 

Plantains farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

bunches . . . 

Bananas farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
bunches . . . 

Sales farms reporting . . . 

bunches . . . 

Grapefruit .farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits . . . 

Sales fanns reporting... 

number of fruits... 

Oranges farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
number of fruits... 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

number of fruits . . . 



7,215 

15,912 

12,6i7,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12, 546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



1,345 
3,412 

2,877,000 
973 

2,318,955 

1,491 
1,188 

1,850,400 
1,246 

1,354,625 

794 
552 

1,623,645 
682 

1,070,605 

882 
511 

1,952,195 
767 

1,442,625 

1,531 
1,016 

1,857,185 
1,315 

1,373,800 

485 
215 

343,955 
334 

212,050 

1,579 
126,003 



1,778 
2,089 

3,793,882 
785 

3,676,822 

1,675 
1,833 

512,465 
1,136 

334,160 

2,111 
1,821 

514,457 
1,161 

354,960 

1,464 
366 

2,990,305 
853 

2,301,905 

1,999 
452 

4,960,750 
774 

4,059,600 



33 

1,006 

1,177,300 

31 
1,006,700 

10 
73 

143,300 
10 

100,400 

5 

37 

129,500 

5 

79,100 

12 
59 

271,100 
12 

156,400 

10 
29 

61,500 
10 

60,200 

1 
1 

800 
1 

400 

360 
40,869 



52 

710 

1,332,112 

30 
1,324,722 

47 

152 

52,005 

40 

46,110 

25 

115 

50,450 

24 
46,250 

57 

167 

1,166,925 

34 
1,159,400 

70 

104 

1,040,325 

34 

951,000 



24 

324 

367,400 

24 

318,500 

13 
17 

17,800 
13 

16,400 



37,200 

16 

33,800 

17 
18 

43,900 
17 

40,800 

30 

85 

117,700 

25 

105,200 

2 
4 

1,600 
2 

1,400 

95 
8,120 



41 

156 

269,535 

15 

267,450 

34 

237 

77,950 

34 

73,475 

33 
77 

45,520 
28 

38,535 

25 
84 

381,500 
19 

379,700 

29 
26 

223,800 
22 

194,000 



28 

156 

117, 250 

23 

98,050 

16 
23 

46,000 
16 

32,300 

6 
7 

26,000 
6 

20,800 

6 
6 

35,500 
6 

30,400 

17 
20 

31,500 
17 

15,000 

15 
12 

21,225 
5 

10,000 

75 
3,237 



49 

195 

647,040 

27 
643,600 

32 
43 

22, 550 
27 

18,775 

22 
28 

8,850 
17 

6,575 

32 

9 

32,245 

17 
25,170 

34 

23 

126,700 

9 

114, 200 



34 

259 

214,000 

34 
187,100 

31 

107 

135,000 

31 
126,500 

25 
21 

54,000 
25 

50,000 

26 
50 

196,350 
26 

152,350 

35 

55 

116,500 

35 

104,750 

21 
34 

36,050 
15 

33,000 

213 
11,260 



56 
36 

196,000 
26 

191,000 

51 

105 

27,930 

40 

22,350 

59 

154 

54,475 

38 
44,875 

41 

7 

115,200 

26 
100,100 

59 
23 

324,000 
33 

307,000 



110 
305 

235,100 
105 

185,100 

106 
102 

243,000 
106 

179,250 

65 
85 

339,000 
50 

116,500 

56 

28 

114,750 

46 

86,300 

117 
119 

229,300 
117 

206,900 

46 
19 

56,250 
41 

46,500 

157 
12,262 



153 
157 

430,925 
59 

420,650 

174 
177 

70,575 
133 

51,475 

190 
265 

87,815 
123 

68,725 

109 
34 

778,400 
33 

293,400 

173 
47 

614,250 
95 

516,500 



286 
417 

256,175 
236 

193,700 

310 
310 

532,000 
280 

398,500 

201 
154 

475,620 
175 

365,000 

175 
101 

546,500 
170 

439,500 

306 
216 

455,250 
286 

304,300 

100 

44 

83,775 

90 

65,125 

218 
23,275 



355 
388 

414,245 
193 

383,825 

400 

353 

118,350 

300 

88,415 

420 
301 

79,977 
274 

50,250 

244 

13 

175,350 

174 
120,500 

361 

74 

359,950 

149 
832,400 



445 
653 

335,575 
310 

236, 225 

460 
291 

408,000 
385 

293,400 

230 
127 

311,375 
210 

246,625 

245 
123 

420,800 
195 

322,625 

546 
310 

579,385 
465 

419,750 

145 
40 

49,505 
95 

27,875 

239 

21,205 



532 
360 

378,170 
265 

343,875 

492 
309 

36,165 
322 

55,410 

656 

412 

113,355 

386 

67,565 

416 

26 

188,610 

250 
139,385 

587 

89 

1,010,475 

211 

705,250 



335 

292 

174,200 

210 

93,530 

545 
265 

320,300 
405 

207,875 

245 

93 

250,950 

195 
153,780 

345 
126 

322,795 
295 

214, 250 

470 

132 

266,050 

360 

157,700 

155 
61 

94,750 
85 

27,750 

222 
5,775 



540 

37 

125,355 

170 

96,700 

445 
462 

56,940 
240 

27,650 

706 
469 

74,015 
271 

32,185 

540 

26 

151,575 

250 

84,250 

686 

66 

756, 250 

221 
439,250 



PUERTO RICO 



31 



Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 
Part 7 of 8.— General crop farms 

[DaU are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See Wxtj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

conmerclal 

farms 



Econcmlc class 



Class II Class III 



Class V Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



FABUS AND AREA 

Farms number. 

Percent distribution percent. 

Land in fanns cuerdas. 

Percent distributicn percent. 

Average size of farm cuerdas. 

Land in fanns according to use: 

Cropland used for crops fanns reporting. 

cuerdas. 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting. 

20 to 29 cuerdas fanns reporting. 

30 to ^9 cuerdas farms reporting. 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. 

200 to ^99 cuerdas farms reporting. 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting. 

Pastureland suitable for crops fanns reporting. 

cuerdas ■ 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. .. .farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
Irrigated land in farms farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 

OFF-FAHM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their fanns, total. .. .operators reporting. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. 

100 or more days operators reporting. 

SPECIFIED EQmHlE>lT AUD FACILITIES 

Oxcarts fanns reporting. 

number. 
Other carts fanns reporting. 

number. 
Coffee-pulping machines fanns reporting. 

number. 
Coffee-drying platforms fanns reporting. 

humber. 
Coffee driers fanns reporting. 

number. 
Tractors fanns reporting. 

number. 

1 tractor farms reporting. 

2 tractors farms reporting. 

3 tractors farms reporting. 

A tractors fanns reporting. 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. 

Motortrucks farms reporting. 

number. 

Electricity farms reporting. 

Running water farms reporting. 

Television farms report Ing . 

Radio farms reporting. 

Milking machine farms reporting. 

Milk cooler fanns reporting. 

Silos fanns reporting. 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers fanns reporting. 

persons. 
Salaried workers fanns reporting. 

persons. 
Wage workers farms reporting. 

persons. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultiy farms reporting. 

dollars . 

Under -tlOO farms reporting . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $i,999 fanns reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry) ... farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $^,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Purchase of fertilizer fanns reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $100 farms reporting. 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$100 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $i,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more -. farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $A99 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $2,^99 farms reporting. 

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 



35,428 

XXX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 
545, 311 
9,614 
108,197 
575 
74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 
5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

U9 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,538 

6,586 

26, 545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,858 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

342 

1,420 



4,495 

100.0 

127,066 

100.0 

28.3 



4,495 

49,696 

3,216 

819 

205 

128 

72 

43 

9 

3 

4,016 

48,304 

1,424 

7,953 

16 

101 



919 
295 
624 



123 
184 
33 
65 
767 
783 
43 
144 
33 
48 

27 

40 

19 

3 

5 



202 

239 

2,275 

1,584 

620 

3,520 

9 

27 

3 



1,509 
5,391 
342 
673 
1,317 
4,718 



3,392 

179,406 

2,960 

426 

6 



840 

143,914 

533 

279 

17 

9 

2 

3,637 

537,334 

2,222 

1,376 

14 

23 

2 

2,872 

1,455,265 

1,557 

781 

284 

166 

29 

55 



16 


51 


0.4 


1.1 


8,751 


10,250 


6.9 


8.1 


546.9 


201.0 


16 


51 


3,992 


4,728 




12 


2 


23 


9 


11 


2 


5 


3 




16 


51 


2,988 


3,259 


8 


17 


502 


630 




6 




85 



15 
536 

11 
U4 

13 
422 



10 

3,910 

1 



10 
22,185 

1 
5 

3 

1 

15 

57,234 

1 
4 
8 
2 
15 
243,053 



50 
498 
12 
30 
48 
468 



41 

4,832 

24 

17 



41 

41, 378 

5 

17 

12 

6 

1 

49 

56,035 



51 
275,000 



48 
1.1 

6,133 
4.6 

127.8 



48 
2,839 

6 
22 

13 
6 

1 



46 

2,541 

20 

284 



46 

542 

9 

19 

46 
523 



39 

5,090 

17 

22 



23 
5,150 



48 
24,611 



48 
113, 270 

5 

5 

24 

12 

2 



97 

2.2 

8,427 

6.6 

86.9 



97 
4,163 

15 
36 
23 
12 

10 
1 



82 

2,758 

39 

375 



92 
382 



13 

80 

369 



73 

5,358 

62 

11 



31 
12,590 

5 
21 

5 



101 
36,204 



97 
98,100 
10 
26 
22 
32 



499 

11.1 

27,742 

21.8 

55.6 



499 
9,451 
96 
241 
87 
56 
17 
2 



457 
9,702 

201 
2,718 



10 



30 

35 

6 

6 

U5 

150 

12 

26 

1 

1 



56 
56 
276 
244 
130 
430 



332 
1,087 
102 
162 
276 
925 



412 

37,814 

279 

128 



135 
24,661 



451 

103,327 

101 

350 



452 

272,812 

91 

156 

112 

91 

2 



1,247 

27.7 

32,469 

25.6 

26.0 



1,247 

12,415 

770 

381 

71 

15 

5 

5 



1,137 

13,419 

417 

1,610 

5 

6 



170 

50 

120 



236 
236 

10 
15 



40 
45 
585 
480 
145 
996 



472 
1,244 
100 
165 
422 
1,079 



971 

55,097 

836 

135 



205 

14,445 

130 

75 



1,151 

149,438 

581 

570 



917 
307,015 
406 
366 
140 



1,592 
35.4 
23,611 
18.6 
14.8 



1,592 

8,718 

1,425 

162 

5 



1,422 

9,516 

507 

1,428 



365 
165 
200 



215 

220 

5 

10 

10 

15 



15 

15 

730 

471 

177 

1,211 

1 

1 

1 



377 
892 
75 
135 
332 
757 



1,201 

46,645 

1,1U 

90 



250 

17,085 

175 

75 



1,312 

91,745 

1,040 

272 



957 

118,610 

735 

212 

5 



945 

21.0 

9,683 

7.6 

10.2 



945 

3,390 

925 

20 



805 

4,121 

215 

406 



290 
75 
215 



75 
75 



15 
15 
515 
245 
60 
695 
5 



125 

210 

25 

35 

100 
175 



645 

20,660 

630 

15 



145 

6,420 

135 

10 



510 

18,740 

500 

10 



335 

27,405 

315 

15 



32 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 7 of 8.— General crop farms 

I Data arp based on rpfiorts for only a sample of farms. See text ] 



(For (Jefinitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

coiiimeix:ial 

farms 



Econamlc class 



Class II Class III 



Class V Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



ESTMATED VALUZ OF FAHM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars. 

average per fann, dollars. 

All crops sold dollars. 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts , sold dollars . 

Vegetables sold dollars . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars. 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars. 

Poultiy and poultry products sold dollars. 

MiUt sold dollars . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting . 

number. 
Cows and heifers. , farms reporting. 

number. 
Milk cows fanns reporting. 

number. 
Calves farms reporting. 

number. 
Steers and bulls farms reporting. 

number. 

Work oxen fanns reporting. 

number. 
Horses and colts farms reporting. 

number. 
Burros and mules farms report Ing . 

number. 
Hogs and pigs farms report ing . 

number. 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting. 

number. 
Coats and kids farms reporting. 

number. 
Hens fanns reporting. 

number. 
Chickens (other than hens), 

pullets, roosters farms reporting. 

number. 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting. 

number. 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting. 

number. 

Milk sold farms reporting. 

quarts . 

Chickens sold farms reporting. 

number. 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. 

dozens . 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. 

number of sows. 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. 

number of pigs. 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
tons of cane. 

Pineapples harvested fanns reporting. 

cuerdas. 
tons. 

Coffee harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
pounds. 

Sales fanns report ing . 

pounds. 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
pounds. 

Sales fanns reporting. 

pounds. 

Rice harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
pounds. 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds. 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas. 
pounds. 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds. 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
pounds. 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds. 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
pounds. 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds. 



170,507,^93 
•;,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,708 
18,607,538 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,649 

19,180 

90,451 

16,236 

68,515 

5,235 

27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 

21,078 

1,516 

3,792 

19,709 

65,822 

177 

3,431 

3,745 

12,253 

29,067 

791,402 

26,930 
824,302 



11,386 

116,544 

11,316 

62,938 

2,563 

111,635,673 

5,294 

1,727,199 

9,097 

3,571,876 

4,556 
9,494 

7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,483 

15,686 

26,017,284 

8,277 

17, 327 

19,685,372 

8,272 

19,679,357 

471 

691 

431,700 

264 

258,675 

1,731 

1,303 

635,360 

976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 
6,008,615 

4,951 

5,507 
2,731,470 

2,769 
1,895,935 



8,149,971 
1,814 

6,306,880 

4,101,126 

314,44* 

1,874,560 

16,750 

1,843,091 
166, 214 
337,133 

1,339,744 



3,325 
23,698 
3,239 
12,462 
3,011 
6,910 
2,577 
7,152 
880 
2,313 

751 

1,771 

2,061 

2,717 

228 

410 

3,128 

8,418 

16 

47 

628 

1,965 

4,097 

95,610 

3,939 
53,303 



2,311 

7,219 

2,301 

10,352 

296 

2,107,080 

1,195 

37,671 

1,865 

199,602 

795 
1,303 

1,212 
10,072 



550 

4,583 

99,186 

5 

5 

20 

3,126 

18,081 

2,686,282 

2,728 

2,329,997 

1,996 

3,779 

3,962,460 

1,996 

3,961,475 

115 

127 

61,000 

70 

36,000 

402 

253 

123,665 

252 

80,150 

1,602 
1,489 

993,605 
1,021 

764, 830 
1,245 
1,306 

644,575 
790 

493,515 



749,589 
46,849 



455,925 

9,061 

101,987 

182,616 
12,589 

103, 152 
66,875 



14 
1,204 

13 
613 

11 
409 

11 
353 

12 
145 

10 
93 
10 
40 

3 
30 

9 
164 



1 

6 

9 

1,284 



1,750 



12 

434 

5 

151 

8 

644,700 

3 

865 

6 

21,785 

3 
23 

3 
220 



13 

1,014 

26,925 



12 

1,614 

220,742 

12 
210,442 

4 

118 

138,000 

4 
133,000 



3 

62 

48,600 

3 

35,400 

6 

252 

237,200 

6 

220,200 



815,377 
15,988 

609,365 

341,752 

75,151 

191,462 

1,000 

206,012 
18,190 
39, 524 

143,298 



50 
1,624 

50 
746 

4a 
353 

39 
516 

47 
255 

16 

107 

31 

63 

26 

55 

40 

467 

1 

12 

10 

98 

47 

5,799 

46 
777 



41 

646 

36 

1,906 

16 

247,025 

7 

530 

29 

33,890 

31 
247 

26 
1,918 



20 

803 

15,000 



50 

2,334 

266, 300 

48 

261,750 

12 
98 

88,600 
12 

88,600 



1 

3 

1,000 

1 

1,000 

10 

59 

56,950 

10 

56,050 

1 

1 

300 

1 

200 



462,717 
9,640 

357,272 

271,038 
2,755 
83,479 



105,445 
4,836 
23,840 
76,769 



48 
1,140 

43 
680 

42 
185 

33 
258 

30 
130 

25 
72 
21 
53 
18 
37 
36 
263 



76 

41 

,522 

41 
804 



27 

458 

19 

373 

15 

149,000 

6 

230 

14 

8,712 

12 
26 

13 
396 



27 

574 

U,591 



30 

922 

138,050 

30 
135,550 

26 

149 

203,250 

26 
203,250 



1 
5 

2,800 
1 

2,000 

9 

23 

21,625 

8 

17,500 

1 

10 

6,500 

1 

3,400 



619,799 
6,390 



310,859 
34,020 
156,620 

U8,300 
7,754 
33,04g 
72,498 



97 
1,720 

97 
954 

96 
440 

85 
432 

49 
192 

58 

142 

75 

138 

23 

55 

65 

265 



16 

95 

79 

2,156 

74 
1,565 



60 

466 

46 

186 

35 

237,800 

21 

3,366 

4a 

3,918 

20 
35 

26 
296 



28 

339 

7,940 



72 

1,266 

174,760 

72 
159,650 

63 

316 

382,100 

68 
382, 100 



5 

10 

4,000 

5 
4,000 

20 

6 

3,250 

10 
1,250 

15 

30 
3,500 

10 
1,500 



1,675,636 
3,358 

1,294,257 

821,438 
45,745 

415,074 
12,000 

381,379 

28,205 

106,292 

246,882 



442 
4,608 

437 
2,332 

410 
1,273 

370 
1,383 

174 

456 

192 
437 
276 
444 
60 
94 
322 
1,086 



73 

385 

462 

19,450 

462 
13,636 



373 

1,387 

245 

1,626 

96 

664,325 

163 

7,230 

250 

30,895 

109 

187 

144 
1,802 



107 

753 

15,125 



347 

3,701 

531,615 

317 
471,265 

277 

900 

965,550 

277 

965,550 

15 

10 

4,000 
10 

1,000 
40 
19 

9,625 
15 

4,500 

164 
133 

69,375 
99 

42,300 
182 
192 

85,725 
137 

64,200 



2,153,376 

1,727 

1,695,403 

1,102,771 

98,477 

494, 160 



457,968 
46,336 
17,928 

393,704 



1,057 
6,832 
1,027 
3,438 

962 
1,961 

857 
2,154 

281 

695 

265 

545 

686 

851 

42 

58 

890 

2,485 

5 

25 

160 

470 

1,167 

30,534 

1,107 
14,301 



776 

2,146 

700 

2,920 

80 

112,050 

335 

11,730 

607 

51,522 

260 
330 

365 
2,520 



160 

643 

14,050 



928 

4,084 

705,225 

812 

597,295 

750 

1,336 

1,416,265 

750 

1,415,905 

40 

77 

40,000 

30 

26,000 

150 

103 

49,950 

95 

34,325 

406 
311 

288,730 
231 

234,030 
430 
373 

140,750 

270 

92,400 



1,351,526 
849 

1,033,941 

657,640 

36,325 

336,851 

3,125 

317, 585 

36,717 

7,525 

273,343 



1,117 

4,665 

1,092 

2,579 

1,007 

1,589 

847 

1,521 

172 

250 

155 

315 

667 

808 

46 

76 

1,151 

2,303 

5 

5 

230 

510 

1,457 

24,250 

1,416 
15,030 



822 

1,432 

830 

2,315 

31 

47,030 

460 

10,440 

621 

36,990 

250 
330 

440 
2,125 



175 

431 

8,165 



1,092 
3,081 

499, 570 
922 

389,675 

719 

770 

703,335 

719 

702,835 

40 

30 

13,000 

20 

7,000 

145 

83 

40,665 

100 

22,325 

580 
542 

323,900 
365 

242,700 
420 
333 

119,225 

265 

76,790 



Puerto Rico Table 9.- 



PUERTO RICO 33 

-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 7 of 8.— General crop farms 

I Data arp based on n^iort-s for only a sample of famis, Seo teM 1 



(For deflMtlonB and explanations, aee text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Econcmlc class 



SPECIFim CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested fanns reporting. . 

cuerdaa . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting- . 

pounds. . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdaa . . 
poxinds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . ■ 

Yams harvested fams reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Taniers (yautlas) harvested fanna reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pcunde. . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested famts reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . 

dollars. . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

CoconutB farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
number of nuts. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of nuts . . 

Plantains farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
bunches ■ . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

bunches . . 

Bananas farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
bunches. . 

Sales -farms reporting. . 

bunches . . 

Grapefruit fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
number of fruits. . 

Sales farms reporting.. 

number of fruits . . 

Oranges farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
number of fruits.. 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of fruits.. 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 

20, 283, 577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



1,619 
2,620 

1,990,400 
1,404 

1,574,000 

1,804 
1,774 

3,906,775 
1,648 

3,223,310 

1,264 

924 

2,918,425 

1,163 
2,506,905 

1,366 
1,201 

5,108,300 
1,296 

4,465,400 

2,367 

2,445 

5,863,550 

2,250 

5,077,500 

330 
251 

558,575 
280 

426,850 

2,195 
314,444 



1,078 
250 

574,875 
483 

503,405 

2,674 
4,260 

1,726,915 
2,342 

1,413,160 

3,425 
6,090 

2,386,480 
2,954 

1,964,915 

1,281 

148 

993,810 

823 

815,725 

2,860 
1,924 

22,199,245 
1,969 

19,408,025 



6 

389 

388,400 

6 
356,000 

6 

78 

198, 100 

6 
133,100 

3 

12 

40,000 

3 
30,000 

6 

46 

250,500 

7 
120, 500 



24,000 

3 

17,000 

3 

13 

59,000 

3 
52,500 

62 

9,061 



5 
5 

4,500 

2 

2,050 

8 

94 

46,550 

7 
44,600 

14 

152 

105,980 

12 
104,950 

2 

20 

50,300 

2 
50,200 

14 

244 

2,368,000 

14 
2,364,000 



110 

120,500 

5 

99,100 

10 
65 

186,500 
10 

181,000 

9 

11 

53,000 

8 

47,550 

12 
16 

154,300 
12 

154,000 

14 

61 

198,000 



20,000 

1 

20,000 

154 
75,151 



7 

36 

147,900 

2 
146,600 

42 

255 

161,900 

42 

156,100 

43 

370 

221,250 

42 
203,350 

14 

3 

20,800 

14 
19,400 

36 

136 

1,463,000 

31 
1,136,000 



4 

31 

34,500 

4 
30,800 

16 
47 

95,200 
16 

88,800 



18,500 

3 

6,800 

14 
57 

265,000 
13 

279,300 

35 

168 

410,000 

35 

354,600 

2 

6 

10,000 

1 

8,200 

24 
2,755 



20 
7 

9,050 
8 

7,000 

42 

235 

121,950 

42 

91,650 

41 

122 

56,400 

40 
52,900 

16 

7 

48,250 

14 
34,700 

36 
85 

907,200 
30 

888,000 



30 

110 

82,000 

30 
73,000 

40 

106 

441,500 

40 
402,000 

30 
65 

172,500 
30 

157,000 

31 
41 

81,000 
31 

76,500 

56 

131 

251,000 

55 
217,000 



219 
34,020 



700 

5 

150 

79 

314 

139,450 



74 

357 

183,050 

69 

167,250 

35 

8 

149,450 

35 
145,250 

64 
87 

1,839,500 
54 

1,791,000 



178 
334 

254,300 
173 

199,800 

241 
359 

835,500 
236 

724, 100 

152 
173 

604,500 
137 

541,850 

183 
253 

1,096,350 

183 

1,001,600 

297 
514 

1,240,450 
282 

1,098,500 

60 
43 

90,500 
55 

77,000 

391 
45,745 



161 

6 

47,450 

71 

34,950 

371 
867 

415,335 
356 

354,275 

414 

1,200 

484,610 

362 
400,710 

177 

12 

103,550 

112 

67,250 

397 
297 

4,926,500 
297 

4,431,000 



556 
774 

605,200 
501 

458,400 

585 

528 

1,040,550 

540 

857,750 

461 

360 

1,053,750 

436 

929, 590 

405 
321 

1,577,875 
390 

1,367,625 

761 
733 

1,964,600 
740 

1,736,125 

70 

47 

101,000 

60 

81,750 

716 
98,477 



295 

33 

93,025 

130 

76,200 

880 

1,620 

477,440 

805 
380,365 

977 

1,899 

687,145 

882 

545,415 

366 

50 

259,545 

225 
212,920 

841 
409 

5,260,625 
596 

4,308,000 



555 
601 

368,500 
460 

258,500 

671 
462 

900,725 
610 

692,250 

391 
220 

748,725 
361 

613,025 

460 
310 

1,195,000 
435 

1,048,500 

796 
600 

1,271,700 
761 

1,056,775 

124 

74 

181,750 

115 
116,250 

424 
36,325 



375 

47 

148,475 

190 
121,765 

8S2 
676 

294, 205 
706 

215,140 

1,192 
1,232 

490,990 
1,017 

384,540 

486 

43 

274,580 

306 
221,005 

1,017 

561 

4,352,670 

697 

3,678,900 



285 

271 

137,000 

225 

98,400 

235 

129 
208,700 

190 
144,310 

215 

76 

227,450 

185 
181,090 

255 
157 

488,275 
225 

417,375 

405 
230 

503,800 
360 

411,000 

70 
63 

96,325 
45 

71,150 

205 
12,910 



205 
116 

123,775 
80 

114,690 

370 
199 

70,085 
305 

42,555 

670 
758 

157,055 
530 

105,800 

185 

5 

87,335 

115 
65,000 

455 

105 

1,081,750 

250 

811,125 



34 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
i-uerto K.co ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 

Part 8 of 8.-A11 other farms 

[Data are based on repgrta foronly a sanple of faims. See text] i 



(For defiJiitlons and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

conanerclal 

farms 



FABMS AND AREA 

Farms number... 

Percent dlstrltution percent. . . 

Land in farms cuerdas. . . 

Percent distribution percent. . . 

Average size of farm cuerdas... 

Land in farms according to use; 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas.. . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting... 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting... 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting. . . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting. . . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . . . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting. . . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting... 

500 or more .cuerdas farms reporting. . . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. . .farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 

OFF-FARM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total. . .operators reporting... 

1 to 99 days operators reporting... 

100 or more days operators reporting... 

SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts f a™s reporting. . . 

number... 

Other carts faJT^ reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Coffee driers farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 

Tractors f i»™= reporting. . . 

number. . . 

1 tractor f^Jri^ reporting. . . 

2 tractors fa™s reporting. . . 

3 tractors f Ml»s reporting. . . 

4 tractors farms reporting. . . 

5 or more tractors farms reporting. . . 

Itotortrueks farms reporting. . , 

number. . 

Electrioily farms reporting. . 

Running water farms reporting. . 

Television farms reporting. . 

Radio farms reporting. . 

Milking machine farms reporting.. 

Milk cooler farms reporting.. 

Silos farms reporting . . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. . 

persons. . 
Salaried workers farms reporting. . 

persons.. 
Wage workers farms reporting. . 

persons.. 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. . 

dollars. . 
Under $100 farms reporting. . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. . 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. . 

$5,000 or more farms reporting.. 

Feed for livestock (excluding poultry), .farms reporting.. 

dollars.. 

Under $100 farms reporting. . 

$100 to $999 farms reporting.. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting.. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting.. 

$5,000 or mare farms reporting.. 

Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting.. 

dollars. , 

Under $100 farms reporting., 

$100 to $999 farms reporting. 

$1,000 to $1,999 farms reporting. 

$2,000 to $4,999 farms reporting. 

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 

Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

Under $199 farms reporting. 

$200 to $499 farms reporting. 

$500 to $999 farms reporting. 

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

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

$5,000 or more farms reporting. 



35,428 

XJCX 

1,573,532 

XXX 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

155 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

108,197 

575 

74,682 



Economic class 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 

4,005 

925 

7,313 

5,248 

5,397 

345 

1,946 

417 

546 

1,303 

3,300 

761 

241 

119 

43 

139 

3,180 

4,183 

20,477 

13,538 

6,586 

26,545 

335 

813 

198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 

1,955,884 

20,259 

2,397 

77 

45 

61 

7,345 

5,034,735 

4,301 

2,457 

222 

174 

191 

25,787 

11,819,858 

14,131 

9,945 

810 

487 

414 

21,634 

47,775,306 

8,706 

5,754 

2,581 

2,331 

842 

1,420 



95 

100.0 

948 

100.0 

10.0 



95 

344 

95 



60 
294 
15 
33 
10 
25 



40 

1,250 

40 



10 
950 

5 
5 



55 

7,390 

25 

30 



45 

25,050 

25 

15 



5 
5.3 
205 
21.6 
41.0 



5 
1,000 



5 
17,500 



Class V Class VI ' Class VII 



15 
15.8 

85 
9.0 
5.7 



5 

300 



5 
3,000 



5 
1,500 



15 

15.8 

195 

20.6 

13.0 



15 

460 

15 



5 
650 



15 
1,835 



15 

3,750 

5 

10 



60 
53.2 

463 
48.8 

7.7 



60 
188 
60 



30 
189 

5 
15 

5 
10 



40 
30 
20 
50 



15 
20 
10 
10 
5 
10 



20 

490 

20 



5 
300 

5 



30 

1,555 

25 

5 



20 

2,300 

20 



PUERTO RICO 



35 



Puerto Rico Table 9.- 



-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 
ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 
Part 8 of 8. -All other farms 

[Dala are based on reports for only a sample of farms. See te\( 1 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 








Economic class 












conBDerclEil 




















farms 


Total 


Class I 


Class II 


Class III 


Class IV 


Class V 


Class VI 


Class VJI 


Class VII 


1TO,507,A93 


121,550 




63,790 








24,797 


14,61£ 


18,347 


4,813 


1,279 




12,758 








1,653 


974 


306 


129,263,080 


115,205 




63,790 








22,057 


12,15: 


17,205 


116,400,581 


8,740 












2,020 


2,72C 


4,000 


689,991 


28,100 












16,300 


6,35C 


5,450 


12,039,049 


9,701 


... 










3,737 


3,08: 


2,881 


133,459 


68,664 




63,790 












4,874 


41,244,413 


6,345 












2,740 


2,46: 


1,142 


4,775,167 


290 














15f 


132 


17,861,708 




... 
















18,607,538 


6,055 












2,740 


2,30; 


1,010 


22,121 


30 












5 




20 


276,336 


135 


... 










20 




110 


21,290 


30 












5 




20 


164,649 


70 












10 




55 


19,180 


25 
















20 


90,451 


40 


... 














35 


16,236 


20 


... 














20 


68,515 


35 


... 














35 


5,285 


5 
















5 


27,275 


10 


... 














10 


4,217 


la 


... 










5 




5 


15,897 


20 












10 




10 


12,625 


35 


... 










10 


'i 


10 


21,078 


60 












10 


1 


> 35 


1,516 




... 
















3,792 


... 


















19,709 


20 












5 




> 'io 


65,822 


30 












5 




> 20 


177 


• •■ 


















3,431 




... 
















3,745 


5 


... 














"5 


12,253 


15 
















15 


29,067 


60 


... 










'is 


1 


> 30 


791,402 


625 


... 


... 








95 


25 


i 275 


26,930 


45 












15 


1( 


) 20 


824,302 


225 


... 










70 


a 


) 75 


11,386 


20 












10 




i 5 


116,544 


35 


... 










15 


1. 


> 5 


11,316 


30 


... 










15 




10 


62,938 


35 


... 










20 




S 10 


2,563 


... 


... 
















111,635,673 




















5,294 


'16 


... 














s "5 


1,727,199 


65 














2 


S 40 


9,097 


15 


... 












1( 


) 5 


3,571,876 


350 


... 












22 


> 125 


4,556 




















9,494 


... 


... 


... 














7,035 


... 


















65,221 




















9,702 




















323,756 




... 


















10,212,210 




... 


















60 




... 


















4,120 




... 


... 
















43,415 


... 


... 


















19,100 


50 












15 


1 


5 '26 


178,347 


94 


■ . . 


. . . 








23 


4( 


= 25 


27,806,483 


14,000 












3,750 


6,87 


5 3,375 


15,686 


35 












10 


1 


J 15 


26,017,284 


I 8,375 




... 








2,000 


4,50( 


J 1,875 


8,277 


. . • 


















17,327 




... 


















19,685,372 




... 


















8,272 


... 




















19,679,357 






















471 




... 


















691 




... 


... 
















431,700 




... 


















264 






















258,675 






















1,731 






















1,303 


... 








... 












635,360 


... 


... 


... 
















976 










... 












357,510 


... 




... 
















8,289 


20 












5 






15 


10,165 


9 












3 






6 


7,185,370 


5,000 












2,500 






2,500 


4,694 


10 












5 






5 


6,008,615 


4,500 












2,500 






2,000 


4,951 






















5,507 






... 
















2,731,470 






















2,769 






















1,895,935 


... 





















ESriMAIED VALUE OF FARM ^ODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars... 

average per farm, dollars... 

All crops sold dollars... 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars. . . 

Vegetables sold dollars. . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars. . . 

Omajnental plants sold dollars . . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold. .. .dollars. . , 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars... 

Mlli sold dollars . . . 

Cattle and hogs dollars... 

LIVESTGOt AND LTVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves farms reporting. . . 

nxmiber. . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Milk cows farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Calves farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Steers and bulls farms reporting... 

number. . , 

Work oxen farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Horses and colts farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Burros and imiles farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Hogs and pigs farms reporting... 

number... 
Sheep and lambs farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Goats and kids farms reporting... 

number. . . 
Hens farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 
Chickens (other than hens), 
pullets, roosters farms reporting... 

number. . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting... 

number. . . 

Milk sold farms reporting... 

quarts. . . 

Chickens sold farms reporting. . . 

number. . . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting... 

dozens... 
Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting.. . 

number of sows... 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . . 

number of pl^s. .. 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. , . 
tons of cone... 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas.. . 
tons. . . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas... 
pounds. .. 

Sales farms reporting. .. 

pounds , . , 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . , 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds . . . 

Rice harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. .. 

Sales f Gtrms reporting. . . 

pounds... 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds... 

Sales farms reporting. .. 

pounds.., 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. .. 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds... 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . , 
pounds. . , 

Sales farms reporting. .. 

pounds... 



36 STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 

Puerto Rico Table 9.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM BY 

ECONOMIC CLASS OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 

Part 8 of 8.-A11 other farms 

[Data are hased on reports for only a sample of farms. See tenlj 



(For defijiitlonB and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

famis 



Economic class 



Class II Class III Class IV Class V Class VI Class VII Class VIII 



SPECIFIED CROPS HAHVESTED— CcmtliMed 

Com harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas, , . 
pounds. . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . . 

pounds. . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. .. 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds. . . 

Yams harvested. . . . .• farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds.. . 

Sales fajmiE reporting. . . 

pounds. .. 

Taniers (yautias) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds... 

Sales. .farms reporting. . . 

pounds. . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting... 

cuerdas. . . 
pounds. . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

pounds. . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . . 

dollars. . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas. . . 
number of nuts... 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of nuts... 

Plantains farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
bunches. .. 

Sales farms reporting... 

bunches. .. 

Bananas farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
bimches. .. 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

bxmches. . . 

Grapefruit. farms reporting . . . 

cuerdas. . . 
number of fruits... 

Sales farms reporting... 

number of fruits. . . 

Oranges. farms reporting. .. 

cuerdas. . . 
number of fruits... 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

number of fruits... 

Ornamental plants farms reporting. . . 

dollars.. . 



7,215 

15,912 

12,&47,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

W, 719, 815 
6,684 

11,981,360 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18, 111, 100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,IA2 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689, 991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6, 524, 800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16, 276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 

166 
133,459 



15 
23 

13,000 
15 

10,500 

10 

4 

7,000 

10 
5,000 

15 
15 

77,500 
15 

71,500 

10 

6 

25,000 

10 
20,000 

25 
18 

63,000 
20 

52,000 

5 

1 

1,000 



139 
28,100 

20 

1 

1,500 

5 

250 

20 
12 

5,825 
10 

4,000 

40 
45 

16,075 

30 

10,500 

30 

9,500 

20 

7,000 

40 

7 

62,650 

10 
40,000 

35 
68,664 



5 
63,790 



5 

10 

4,000 

5 

3,000 



5 
5 

50,000 
5 

50,000 



46 
16,300 



10 
4 

2,575 
5 

2,000 

15 
17 

7,500 
15 

6,000 



2,500 

5 

2,000 

5 
3 

25,000 

5 

20,000 



5 
8 

25,000 

5 

20,000 



37 
6,350 



5 
5 

3,000 
5 

2,000 

15 
19 

7,325 
10 

4,000 



10 

4 

29,000 

5 

20,000 



10 

13 

9,000 

10 
7,500 

10 

4 

7,000 

10 
5,000 

5 
2 

2,500 
5 

1,500 

10 

6 

25,000 

10 
20,000 

25 
18 

63,000 
20 

52,000 



56 
5,450 



1,500 

5 

250 

5 

3 
250 



10 

9 

1,250 

5 

500 

25 

7,000 

15 

5,000 

25 

8,650 



30 
4,874 



PUERTO RICO 



37 



Puerto Rico Table 1 -FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959 

^Data arc based nn roimrr^ fnr only n san;['lc' of farms. Soc text] 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

cODmerclal 

fauns 



Type of farm 



Sugarcane 



Frult-and- 
nut 



General 
crop 



FAHMS AND AliEA 

Faims n\imber. . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Land In f anus cuerdas . . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Average size of farm cuerdas . . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

30 to 49 cuerdas fanns reporting. . 

50 to 99 cuerdas fanns reporting . . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

500 or more cuerdas fanns reporting . . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops. — farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 

Irrigated land in farms fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 

OFF-FAUM WORX 

Farm operators: 

Working off their fanns, total operators reporting.. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . . 

100 or more days operators reporting . . 

SPECIFIED EQUimENT AUD FACILITIES 

Oxcarts farms reporting. . 

number . . 

Other carts farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting. , 

number. ■ 

Coffee driers fanns reporting. . 

number . , 

Tractors farms reportljlg. , 

number. 

Motortrucks fanns reporting. 

number . 

Electricity fanns reporting. 

Running water farms reporting. 

Television fanns reporting. 

Radio fanns reporting. 

Milking machine fanns reporting . 

Milk cooler farms reporting. 

Silos fanns reporting . 

FARM LABOR, »EEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. 

persons. 
Salaried workers fanns reporting . 

persons . 
Wage workers fanns reporting . 

persons. 

SPECIFIED FABM EXPENDITUBES 

Feed for poultry farms reporting. 

dollars . 
Feed for livestock (excluding 
poultry) fanns reporting . 

dollars . 
Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting. 

dollars . 
Hired labor farms reporting. 

dollars. 

ESTIMATED VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars. 

average per farm, dollars . 

All crops sold dollars . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts , sold dollars . 

Vegetables sold dollars . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars. 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars . 

Milk sold dollars . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . 



35,428 
100.0 

1,573,532 
100.0 
44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30, 191 
545,311 

9,614 
108,197 

575 
74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 

7,313 

5,248 
5,397 

345 

1,946 

417 
546 

1,303 
3,300 

3,180 
4,183 

20,477 
13,538 

6,586 
26,545 

335 
813 
198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 
1,955,884 

7,345 

5,034,735 

25,787 

11,319,858 

21,634 

47,775,306 



170,507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,708 
18,607,538 



8,394 
23.7 

646,127 
41.0 
77.0 



8,394 

372,003 

4,506 

1,616 

646 

572 

408 

271 

251 

124 

6,570 

151,700 

2,146 

41,287 

373 
69,903 



2,418 

675 

1,743 



1,266 
2,978 

637 
6,648 

414 
439 

14 
74 

59 

107 

899 
2,611 

1,371 
1,962 

6,363 
3,713 

2,444 
6,360 

66 
133 
22 



2,753 
27,681 
1,176 
4,202 
2,375 
23,479 



4,574 
249,466 

2,061 

962,298 

7,846 

8,840,372 

7,678 

34,887,134 



98,603,096 
11,747 

91,574,375 

90,182,247 

38,658 

1,348,100 

5,370 

7,028,721 

201,060 

2,821,641 

4,006,020 



7,588 
21.4 

276,723 
17.6 
36.5 



7,588 

145,657 

4,386 

1,223 

442 

435 

304 

165 

122 

11 

6,015 
81,399 

1,692 
13,293 

7 
24 



2,061 

367 

1,694 



64 
101 

33 

41 

3,406 
3,513 

221 
1,546 

273 
339 

25 
29 

721 
879 

3,478 
2,742 

894 
5,557 

6 
73 
17 



2,467 
13,513 
837 
1,985 
2,102 
11,528 



5,037 
239,868 

1,006 

70,331 

4,874 

706,872 

4,151 

3,963,921 



15,423,629 
2,033 

14,366,371 

12,142,393 

20,681 

2,699,152 

3,645 

562,258 

150,400 

75,370 

336,483 



4,143 
11.7 

79,791 
5.1 
19.3 



4,143 

23,534 

3,566 

435 

97 

30 

11 

3 

1 



3,773 

38,252 

1,257 

4,484 

10 
25 



808 
325 
483 



134 

150 



1,830 
1,099 



436 
2,963 



1,140 

3,265 

232 

468 

990 

2,797 



2,536 
93,623 

409 

31,307 

3,542 

391,193 

2,166 

576,696 



5,150,742 
1,243 

4,675,617 

4,032,274 

42,266 

543,677 

7,400 

475,125 
37,219 
58,821 

379,085 



1,082 
3.1 

24,156 

1.5 

22.3 



1,062 

7,588 

375 

161 

36 



977 

11,422 

315 

967 

10 



242 
95 
147 



476 

270 



68 
745 



207 
644 
44 
85 
205 
559 



622 
20,983 

184 
16,355 

545 
39,137 

462 
87,530 



901, 543 
833 

748,348 

542,104 
89,020 
98,544 
18,630 

153,195 
17,947 
28,746 

106,502 



3,547 
10.0 

36,228 

5.5 

24.3 



3,547 

33,763 

2,955 

354 

76 

93 

37 

16 

10 

6 

3,100 

32,034 

958 

5,826 

11 



921 
216 
705 



352 
352 



32 
102 



30 
74 

107 
136 

1,789 
1,402 

517 
2,536 

10 
22 
15 



800 
3,257 
248 
514 
663 
2,743 



2,339 
U6,251 

376 

44,477 

2,165 

437,538 

1,348 

,177,763 



6,264,600 
1,766 

5,890,549 

1,036,072 

30,819 

4,815,158 

8,500 

374,051 
58,380 
46,856 

268,815 



6,084 
17.2 



332,493 
21.1 



5,217 

71,644 

4,328 

356 

148 

148 

125 

64 

36 

12 

5,680 

181,906 

1,807 

34,354 

133 
4,490 



1,635 

278 

1,357 



340 
608 

200 
517 

156 
156 

35 
60 

27 
27 

311 
535 

607 
778 

4,181 
2,688 

1,587 
4,779 

229 
493 

134 



1,722 
10,001 
796 
2,333 
1,379 
7,668 



4,299 
1,055,037 

2,459 
3,765,103 

3,123 
859,517 

2,912 
5,601,947 



35,887,362 
5,399 

5,085,735 

4,305,125 

126,003 

650,157 

4,450 

30,801,627 
4,143,657 
14,493,141 
12,164,829 



4,495 
12.7 

127,066 
8.1 
28.3 



4,495 

49,696 

3,216 

819 

205 

128 

72 

43 

9 

3 

4,016 

48,304 

1,424 

7,953 

16 

101 



919 
295 
624 



123 
184 



767 
783 

43 
144 

33 
48 

27 
40 

202 
239 

2,275 
1,584 

620 
3,520 

9 

27 

3 



1,509 
5,391 
342 
673 
1,317 
4,718 



3,392 
179,406 

840 

143,914 

3,637 

537,334 

2,872 

1,455,265 



8,149,971 
1,813 

6,306,880 

4,101,126 

314,444 

1,874,560 

16,750 

1,843,091 
166,214 
337,133 

1,339,744 



38 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table lO.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 



•Data aro based ntt rffjiri- for o 



>■] 



Item 
(For definiticjns and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

canmercial 

fanns 



Type of fann 



Sugarcane 



Minor-crop 



Fruit-and- 
nut 



General 
crop 



LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves fanns reporting... 

number . . . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting... 

nuniber. . . 
Mili cows farms reporting — 

number . . . 
Calves fanns reporting — 

number . . . 
Steers and bulls fanns reporting — 

number . . . 
Work oxen fanns reporting. . . 

number. . . 

Horses and colts fanns reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Burros and mules farms reporting . . . 

number — 

Hogs and pigs fanns reporting . . . 

number. . . 

Sheep and lambs fanns reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Goats and kids fanns reporting. . . 

number . . . 

Hens fanns reporting — 

number . . . 

Chickens (other than hens), 

pullets, roosters farms reporting — 

number. . . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive fanns reporting.. 

number . . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive famis reporting.. 

number . . 

Milk sold farms reporting.. 

quarts . . 

Chickens sold fanns reporting. . 

number . . 
Chicken eggs sold fanns reporting.. 

dozens . . 

Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . . 

number of sows . . . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . . 

number of pigs . . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
tons of cane . . 

Pineapples harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
tons . . 

Coffee harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Rice harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Cowpeas harvested fanns reporting.. 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Pigeon peas harvested fanns reporting.. 

cuerdas , . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Dry beans harvestefl fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,649 

19,180 

90,451 

16,236 

68,515 

5,285 

27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 
21,078 

1,515 
3,792 

19,709 
65,822 

177 
3,431 

3,745 
12,253 

29,067 
791,402 



26,930 
824,302 



11,366 
116,544 



11,316 
62,938 



2,563 
111,635,673 

5,294 
1,727,199 

9,097 
3,571,876 



4,556 
9,494 



7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,483 

15,686 
26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,685,372 

8,272 
19,679,357 

471 
691 

431,700 
264 

258,675 

1,731 
1,303 

635,360 
976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 
6,008,615 

4,951 
5,507 

2,731,470 
2,769 

1,895,935 



5,084 
70,836 

4,689 
38,838 

4,188 
18,843 

3,433 

17,441 

894 

5,896 

1,533 

8,661 

2,006 
4,554 

316 
1,189 

4,027 
11,483 

54 
515 

654 
2,471 

5,942 
105,100 



5,291 
68,914 



2,051 
25,676 

2,228 
10,644 

556 
17,635,254 

720 

65,499 

1,476 

174, 622 



968 
1,666 



1,355 
U,971 



8,394 

303,957 

9,687,549 

28 

334 

3,003 

2,266 

12,647 

1,476,065 

1,486 
1,266,0U 

789 

2,278 

2,327,472 

784 
2,325,522 



37,900 

6 

19,500 

180 
283 

162,910 
115 

102,285 

1,277 

2,117 

1,326,810 

549 

1,071,135 

698 

1,451 

807,800 

318 
617,760 



2,669 

12,446 

2,593 

7,4U 

2,198 

3,779 

1,593 

3,561 

441 

1,182 

100 

292 

2,664 
3,608 

444 
1,182 

3,089 
6,419 



462 

1,101 

6,375 
106,451 



5,348 
56,755 



1,160 
2,680 

137 
471,063 

317 

16,446 

1,729- 

239,753 



234 
327 



839 
2,986 



163 

1,928 

47,744 



7,588 

127,335 

21,019,544 

7,538 
20,364,649 

243 
478 

432,420 
243 

432,420 



U.OOO 

55 
78 

43,200 
30 

16,500 

1,044 
1,173 

643,910 
644 

472,225 

384 
555 

283,065 
212 

143,450 



3,054 

16,171 

2,994 

8,022 

2,744 

4,828 

2,487 

4,728 

588 

1,711 

764 

1,710 

1,999 
2,428 

in. 

344 

2,875 
6,227 

10 
15 

577 
1,665 

3,696 
52,145 



3,456 
31,511 



839 
2,033 

1,244 
2,977 

81 
367, 630 

561 

8,131 

1,005 

45,715 



436 
525 



896 
3,633 



56 

418 

8,614 



1,758 
2,996 

496,480 
986 

320,740 

4,143 
8,832 

11,094,405 
4,143 

U, 091,905 

213 
280 

220,500 
126 

146, 325 

505 

234 

116,125 

235 

40,075 

1,230 

591 

333,875 

430 

184,440 

981 
709 

352,580 
465 

232,935 



677 

3,624 

657 

2,009 

578 

1,053 

440 

977 

160 

370 

127 

263 

475 
675 

67 
101 

678 
1,547 



20O 
480 



839 
12,803 



339 
6,680 



169 
508 

328 

1,150 

37 
179,665 

152 

5,354 

258 

15,563 



161 
181 



276 
1,473 



15 
20 
790 



406 
945 

143,150 
291 

102,520 

70 

160 

128,000 

70 

128,000 

5 

55 

3,500 

5 

2,500 

80 
94 

47,575 
50 

37,125 

759 
2,238 

2,493,250 

649 

2,423,225 

301 
370 

198,250 
236 

160,075 



1,977 

9,922 

1,910 

5,421 

1,794 

3,194 

1,452 

2,979 

429 

1,065 

213 

457 

1,209 
1,576 

105 
163 

1,712 
4,752 

11 
135 



271 
831 



2,984 
51,951 



2,742 
25,370 



441 
1,523 

750 
1,707 

49 
292,850 

403 

6,937 

912 

91,044 



200 
273 



434 
2,149 



35 

823 

24,100 

26 

3,730 

40,390 

2,186 

10,786 

1,140,062 

1,621 

940,697 

278 
589 

495,360 
278 

495,210 

25 

23 

5,750 

5 

1,000 

90 

49 

16,875 

55 

9,925 

557 
525 

210,450 
332 

137,025 

397 
275 

87,925 
196 

44,675 



5,305 
139,504 

5,178 
90,415 

4,642 
51,804 

4,234 
31,642 

1,383 

14,723 

719 

2,718 

2,176 

5,450 

184 
403 

4,180 
26,946 

69 
2,639 

948 
3,725 

5,024 
366,712 



4,770 
581,544 



4,357 
77,753 

3,275 
33,393 

1,407 
90,582,131 

1,435 
1,536,546 

1,837 
2,305,222 



1,762 
5,219 



2,023 
32,937 



489 

12,027 

344,227 



1,720 
5,462 

830,890 
951 

684,295 

758 

1,211 

1,245,255 

758 

1,244,825 

102 
134 

90,050 
50 

42,350 

419 

252 

125,010 

239 

71,450 

1,690 

2,023 

1,178,470 

1,009 

951,185 

945 
341 

352,275 
552 

203,525 



3,325 

23,698 

3,239 

12,452 

3,011 

6,910 

2,577 

7,152 

830 

2,313 

751 

1,771 

2,061 
2,717 

228 
410 

3,128 
8,418 

16 
47 

628 
1,965 

4,097 
95,610 



3,939 
53,303 



2,311 
7,219 

2,301 
10,352 

296 
2,107,080 

1,195 

37,671 

1,865 

199,602 



795 
1,303 



1,212 
10,072 



550 
4,583 
99,186 

5 

5 

20 

3,126 

18,081 

2,686,232 

2,728 
2,329,997 

1,995 
3,779 

3,952,450 
1,995 

3,961,475 

115 

127 

61,000 

70 
36,000 

402 

253 

123,665 

252 

80,150 

1,602 
1,489 

993,605 
1,021 

764,830 

1,245 
1,306 

544,575 
790 

493,515 



PUERTO RICO 



39 



Puerto Rico Table lO.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TYPE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 



Tnta ;if<' based c 



,.x,] 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

faiTDS 



Type of farm 



General 
crop 



SPECIFIED CROPS HABVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Dasheens harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Tanlers ( yautlas ) harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested fanns reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . 

dollars . . 

Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
number of nuts . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of nuts . . 

Plantains farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches . . 

Sales fa^Tns reporting . . 

bunches . . 

Bananas fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

bunches . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of fruits . . 

Oranges fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

number of fruits . . 



7,215 

15,912 

12,&47,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

13,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 

20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



900 

4,377 

3,902,365 

606 
2,937,065 

866 

1,301 

3,540,200 

650 

3,115,040 

218 
401 

613,000 
140 

408,050 

605 

595 

2,132,965 

463 
1,821,450 

905 
896 

2,470,375 
703 

1,997,875 

337 
259 

562,675 
247 

387,200 

427 
38,658 



2,008 
3,912 

9,381,722 
991 

9,220,738 

1,622 
1,975 

788,749 
933 

616, 5(K 

2,151 
2,319 

741,982 
943 

516,945 

1,404 

453 

4,025,935 

801 

3,770,135 

2,289 
1,343 

19,480,970 
1,000 

17,477,125 



504 
980 

665,305 
383 

420,650 

463 
336 

474,400 
365 

331,425 

728 
488 

941,450 
585 

729,550 

633 
406 

1,362,015 
555 

1,036,625 

1,192 
868 

1,518,875 
964 

1,151,000 

130 

92 

174,150 

82 

61,200 

214 
20,681 



744 
17 

63,170 
98 

33,100 

1,571 
1,623 

614,290 
1,026 

509,041 

5,893 

16,781 

5,058,141 

4,795 
4,440,042 

1,057 
231 

1,143,900 

604 

1,029,025 

5,097 
6,797 

85,917,225 
4,098 

81,996,690 



1,861 
2,443 

1,740,785 
1,515 

1,228,625 

2,042 
1,348 

3,506,230 
1,816 

2,786,350 

644 
360 

859,285 
563 

689,050 

1,219 

875 

3,306,125 

1,114 
2,306,175 

1,647 
1,201 

2,749,190 
1,447 

2,244,440 

228 

98 

160,025 

118 

99,500 

552 

42,266 



743 

45 

U5,225 

197 

73,375 

2,041 
1,902 

756,935 
1,430 

562,215 

2,122 
1,710 

625,160 
1,295 

408,405 

1,108 

72 

529,975 

604 

391,900 

1,733 
307 

4,174,775 
782 

3,046,100 



523 

1,585 

1,202,460 

468 

1,023,750 

391 
350 

636,100 
356 

539,750 

230 
190 

567,375 
210 

496,500 

340 
309 

2,024,750 
330 

1,901,000 

482 
407 

1,439,600 
472 

1,257,725 

205 
136 

204,250 
130 

135,050 

688 
89,020 



241 

14 

53,100 

105 
35,150 

305 
572 

65,630 
200 

46,255 

551 
591 

146,885 
341 

104,360 

200 
14 

73,360 
95 

55,750 

4U 
149 

2,783,575 
233 

2,530,750 



448 
472 

256,075 
297 

168,950 

668 
527 

743,710 
593 

576,360 

733 
571 

1,309,600 
603 

1,075,600 

363 
193 

561,225 
298 

457,900 

1,150 
1,159 

2,149,325 
1,025 

1,906,415 

235 

90 

162,725 

160 
128,500 

393 
30,819 



670 

3,749 

6,336,922 

370 
6,740,737 

2,195 
3,772 

2,053,891 
2,114 

1,821,645 

2,549 
5,839 

3,229,365 
2,404 

2,918,145 

327 
313 

1,307,475 
491 

1,184,975 

1,345 
1,567 

14,933,795 
1,220 

13,823,295 



1,345 
3,412 

2,877,000 
973 

2,313,955 

1,491 
1,138 

1,850,400 
1,246 

1,354,625 

794 
552 

1,623,645 
682 

1,070,605 

882 
511 

1,952,195 
767 

1,442,625 

1,531 
1,016 

1,857,135 
1,315 

1,373,800 

485 
215 

343,955 
334 

212,050 

1,579 
126,003 



1,778 
2,089 

3,793,882 
785 

3,676,822 

1,675 
1,838 

512,465 
1,136 

334,160 

2,111 
1,321 

514,457 
1,161 

354,960 

1,464 
366 

2,990,305 
853 

2,301,905 

1,999 
452 

4,960,750 
774 

4,059,600 



1,619 
2,620 

1,990,400 
1,404 

1,574,000 

1,804 
1,774 

3,906,775 
1,648 

3,223,310 

1,264 

924 

2,918,425 

1,163 
2,506,905 

1,366 
1,201 

5,108,300 
1,296 

4,465,400 

2,367 
2,445 

5,863,550 
2,250 

5,077,500 

330 
251 

558,575 
230 

426,850 

2,195 
314,444 



1,078 
250 

574,875 
488 

503,405 

2,674 
4,260 

1,726,915 
2,342 

1,413,160 

3,425 
6,090 

2,386,480 
2,954 

1,954,915 

1,281 
148 

993,810 
823 

815,725 

2,860 

1,924 

22,199,245 

1,969 

19,403,025 



15 
23 

13,000 
15 

10,500 

10 

4 

7,000 

ID 
5,000 

15 
15 

77,500 
15 

71,500 

10 

6 

25,000 

10 
20,000 

25 
13 

63,000 
20 

52,000 

5 

1 
1,000 



139 
28,100 

20 

1 

1,500 

5 

250 

20 
12 

5,325 
10 

4,000 

40 
45 

16,075 
30 

10,500 



9,500 

20 

7,000 

40 

7 

62,650 

10 

40,000 



40 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 11. -FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959 

Data are based on reports for only a sBfuple of famis. ^e ie\l 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Size of farm 



3 to 9 
cuerdas 



10 to 19 
cuerdas 



20 to 49 
cuerdas 



50 to 99 
cuerdas 



100 to rji, 
cuerdas 



175 to 259 
cuerdas 



FAHMS AND AHEA 

Farms number. . 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Land in fatms cuerdas.. 

Percent distribution percent. . 

Average size of f ann cuerdas . . 

Land in farms according to use: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

50 to 99 cuerdas fanos reporting. . 

100 to 199 cuerdas f aims reporting. . 

20O to 499 cuerdas farms reporting, . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting.. 

Paatureland suitable for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
Pastiireland not suitable for crops.. ..f aims reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 

Irrigated land in farms faims reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 

OFF-FABM WOHK 

Farm operators : 

Working off their farms, total.... operators reporting.. 

1 to 99 days operators reporting. . 

100 or more days operators reporting.. 

SPECIFIEDTBUIIMEMT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts f anas reporting . . 

number. . 

Other carts fanns reporting.. 

number. . 

Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Coffee-diying platforms farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Coffee driers. .....farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Tractors farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Motortrucks farms reporting. . 

number.. 

Electricity farms reporting. . 

Running water farms reporting. . 

Television farms reporting. . 

Radio farms reporting. . 

MiUcing machine farms reporting.. 

Milk cooler. .farms reporting. . 

Silos farms reporting. . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting. . 

persons. . 
Salaried v/orkers farms reporting, . 

persons . . 
Wage workers farms reporting. . 

persons . . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDITURES 

Feed for poiltry farms reporting. . 

dollars . . 
Feed for livestock (excluding, 
poultiy) fanns reporting, . 

dollars . . 
Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting, . 

dollars . . 
Hired labor farms reporting. . 

dollars. . 

ESTIMATED VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BJf SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars.. 

average per farm, dollars . . 

All crops sold dollars.. 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars. . 

Vegetables sold dollars. . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars.. 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars.. 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars.. 

Milk sold dollars.. 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . 



35,428 

100.0 

1, 573, 532 

100.0 

44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,614 

108,197 

575 
74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 

5,24« 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 
546 

1,303 
3,300 

3,180 
4,183 

20,477 
13,538 

6,586 
26,545 

335 
813 
198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 
1,955,884 

7,345 

5,034,735 

25,787 

11,819,858 

21,634 

47,775,306 



170,507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,049 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,708 
18,607,538 



14,770 
41.7 

77,597 
4.9 
5.3 



U,425 
45,947 
14,425 



U,115 

22,449 

2,120 

2,063 

120 
349 



5,215 
1,325 
3,890 



105 

135 

5 
10 

1,365 
1,365 

10 
10 

40 
40 

25 
25 

335 
380 

8,315 
4,4AO 

1,935 

11,120 

20 
95 

10 



2,105 
4,820 
480 
900 
1,765 
3,920 



9,995 
694,050 

2,275 
190,245 

9,935 
648,990 

6,585 
1,369,160 



11,530,019 
781 

7,269,070 

5,633,911 

135,100 

1,475,179 

24,880 

4,260,949 

2,417,265 

220,454 

1,623,230 



8,200 

23.1 

111,351 
7.1 
U.6 



8,040 
52,982 
6,370 
1,670 



7,395 

39,905 

2,405 

5,149 

75 

404 



1,845 

580 

1,265 



270 
340 



1,075 
1,075 



355 
410 



4,305 
2,810 



1,175 
5,930 



2,095 
5,580 
580 
1,060 
1,665 
4,520 



5,460 
359,745 

1,460 
150, 535 

5,940 
724,150 

5,080 
1,644,205 



10,403,615 
1,269 

7,880,457 

6,322,921 

156,050 

1,389,861 

11,625 

2,523,158 
890,233 
263,740 

1,369,185 



7,190 
20,3 

219,503 
13.9 

30.5 



6,980 
88,421 
3,055 
2,590 
1,005 
330 



6,750 
87,938 

2,760 
13,509 



1,190 
295 
895 



620 

805 

60 
105 

1,350 
1,350 

75 
280 

40 
50 

125 
135 

730 
850 

4,145 
2,960 

1,470 
5,440 

25 
U5 
15 



2,705 
8,900 
730 
1,465 
2,500 
7,435 



4,605 
285,585 

1,715 
482,245 

5,560 
1,329,560 

5,290 
3,360,510 



17,079,126 
2,375 

13,060,603 

10,726,178 

154,865 

2,113,665 

65,895 

4,018,523 

248,348 

1,576,125 

2,194,050 



2,535 
7.2 

169,891 
10,8 
67,0 



2,480 
69,215 
395 
530 
465 
760 
330 



2,420 
68,389 
1,085 
9,397 

55 

1,130 



350 

25 

325 



380 

700 

180 

510 

625 
665 

80 
320 

60 
70 

215 
255 

610 
715 

1,615 

1,380 

830 
2,040 

65 

130 

25 



1,475 
7,375 
515 
1,110 
1,240 
6,265 



1,550 
247,430 

795 

436,590 

2,095 

1,069,470 

2,140 

3,375,275 



13,236,165 
5,221 

9,981,476 

8,566,339 

122,570 

1,273,567 

19,000 

3,254,689 

409,665 

1,688,704 

1,156,320 



1,200 
3,4 

153,110 

9,7 

127,6 



1,165 
62,241 

130 
120 
UO 
230 
410 
155 



1,115 

56,254 

490 

8,761 

50 
1,205 



175 
15 
160 



205 
475 

110 
610 

380 
395 

60 
300 

50 
90 

180 
215 

430 
540 

835 
765 

405 
850 

25 
90 
20 



830 
4,445 
370 
765 
685 
3,680 



655 
53,445 

420 

306,625 

980 

893,915 

1,055 

3,193,000 



11,842,744 
9,869 

8,752,600 

7,824,238 

77,335 

851,027 



3,090,144 

41,198 

1,970,046 

1,078,900 



505 
1,4 

106,160 

6,7 

210.2 



488 

45,584 

31 

29 

32 

50 

134 

130 

32 



473 

38,450 

238 

6,919 

22 
1,062 



101 
13 



101 
276 



186 
244 

31 

211 

47 
47 

140 
188 

175 
265 

376 

337 

203 
372 

40 
81 
25 



434 
4,662 
220 
678 
374 
3,984 



251 
50,817 

204 
330,453 

400 
688,250 

473 
2,776,700 



9,223,783 
18,265 

6,950,125 

6,198,465 

17,801 

733, 709 

150 

2,273,653 
234,970 

1,285,049 
753,639 



PUERTO RICO 



41 



Puerto Rico Table ll.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 

^Data ari* based nn rcpiirt- fnr oi>l> n ^aii.iip of famis. See lexl] 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

ccomercial 

fajTns 



Size of farm 



3 to 9 
cuerdas 



10 to 19 
cuerdas 



20 to 49 
cuerdas 



50 to 99 
cuerdas 



100 to 174 
cuerdas 



175 to 259 
cuerdas 



260 or more 
cuerdas 



LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves fanns reporting. 

number. 
Cows and heifers farms reporting . 

number. 
Millc cows farms reporting. 

number. 
Calves fanas reporting. 

number. 
Steers and bulls farms reporting. 

number. 
Work oxen farms reporting . 

number. 

Horses and colts farms reporting. 

number. 

Burros and mules farms reporting. 

number. 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting. 

number. 

Sheep and lambs farms reporting. 

number. 

Goats and kids farms reporting. 

number. 

Hens fanns reporting . 

number. 

Chickens (other than hens), 

pullets, roosters farms reporting.. 

number. . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRQDUCIS SOLD 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting. . 

number. . 

Milk sold farms reporting.. 

quarts. . 

Chickens sold farms reporting.. 

number. . 

Chicken eggs sold farms reporting. . 

dozens . . 

Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. . 

number of sows.. 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting.. 

number of pigs . . 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested. . . farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
tons of cane. . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
tons. . 

Coffee harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales faims reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Rice harvested f aims reporting. . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds. 

Sales. farms reporting. 

pounds. 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting.. . 

pounds . . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds . . . 

Sales farms reporting. . . 

pounds . . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting. . . 

cuerdas . . . 
pounds — 

Sales farms reporting... 

pounds — 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,649 

19,180 

90,451 

16,236 

68,515 

5,285 

27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 
21,078 

1,516 
3,792 

19,709 
65,822 

177 
3,431 

3,745 
12,253 

29,067 
791,402 



26,930 
824,302 



11,386 
116,544 



11,316 
62,938 



2,563 

111,635,673 



5,294 
1,727,199 



9,097 
3,571,876 



4,556 
9,494 



7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 
4,120 
43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,483 

15,686 
26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,685,372 

8,272 
19,679,357 

471 
691 

431,700 
264 

258,675 

1,731 
1,303 

635,360 
976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,185,370 

4,694 

6,008,615 

4,951 
5,507 

2,731,470 
2,769 

1,895,935 



6,935 

21,245 

6,681 

12,500 

5,970 

8,725 

4,865 

7,005 

675 

1,080 

285 

660 

3,310 
3,675 

75 
95 

8,130 
17,455 

20 
30 

1,225 
2,535 

12,685 
263,880 



11,655 
422,110 



3,510 
7,440 



4,835 
19,030 



385 
1,377,835 



2,580 
1,094,875 



3,185 
1,068,685 



1,595 
2,095 



2,900 
17,795 



3,211 

10,416 

249,515 

5 
5 

20 

7,660 

15,358 

3,517,485 

6,154 
2,954,615 

3,165 
3,690 

3,929,360 
3,165 

3,927,800 

115 
163 

76,875 
55 

46,250 

730 
362 

177,825 
435 

104,060 

3,385 
2,134 

1,344,115 
1,835 

1,082,760 

1,745 
1,013 

422,010 
820 

236,520 



5,550 

24,310 

5,345 

13,425 

4,825 

8,485 

3,975 

7,225 

1,035 

1,700 

885 

1,960 

3,065 
3,615 

135 
180 

4,805 
12,610 

20 
70 

935 
2,440 

6,955 
157,870 



6,555 
157,330 



2,770 
7,300 



2,825 
10,965 



260 
1,648,375 



1,165 
206,450 



1,985 
1,053,X0 



1,055 
1,500 



1,590 
10,375 



2,080 

13,656 

338,645 

15 

105 

1,000 

4,625 

17,006 

3,095,010 

3,575 
2,670,900 

2,125 
3,573 

3,882,110 
2,125 

3,878,755 

165 

194 

113,950 

111 

87,450 

500 

273 

114,150 

245 

48,700 

2,265 
2,232 

1,463,405 
1,270 

1,192,080 

1,470 
1,140 

414,060 
800 

245,630 



5,495 

43,305 
5,335 

24,005 
4,945 

14,370 
4,205 

U,850 
1,680 
4,055 
1,390 
3,395 

3,295 
4,790 

255 
330 

4,280 
19,725 

35 

170 

930 
3,030 

5,890 
125,880 



5,475 
67,380 



2,730 
11,980 



2,390 
16,170 



765 
9,850,780 



1,025 
47,440 



2,150 
327,895 



1,125 
2,745 



1,600 
18,485 



2,090 
25,958 
621,820 

20 

168 

2,100 

4,070 

29,318 

5,350,880 

3,375 
4,911,070 

2,010 
4,513 

5,409,760 
2,005 

5,409,060 

150 

195 

115,975 

75 

66,975 

345 

291 

120,510 

215 

82,250 

1,840 
2,303 

1,701,665 
1,080 

1,447,575 

1,210 
1,238 

578,075 
760 

399,560 



2,005 
31,305 

1,935 
17,845 

1,735 
10,155 

1,550 

7,925 
840 

3,115 
705 

2,420 

1,325 
2,070 

271 
505 

1,410 
6,305 

25 
110 

330 
1,210 

1,990 
141,120 



1,815 
74,000 



1,060 
6,870 



725 
5,760 



380 
10,554,400 



315 
137,930 



895 
340,795 



395 

865 



510 
6,150 



1,010 

25,155 

608,685 



1,430 

23,335 

3,704,585 

1,305 
3,533,385 

540 

2,037 

2,405,260 

540 
2,405,260 

15 

9 

5,500 

15 
2,500 

85 
85 

34,475 
30 

10,000 

525 

1,140 

874,275 

305 
776,300 

295 

373 

157,300 

200 

75,300 



950 
24,670 

915 
14,365 

790 
8,335 

725 
6,595 

400 
2,300 

375 
1,410 

650 
1,220 

205 
320 

565 
3,040 

10 
195 

120 
570 

810 
25,720 



755 
11,095 



570 
6,425 



275 
5,300 



285 
12,312,790 



30 
1,730 



425 
74,980 



185 
1,260 



210 
6,050 



510 
25,276 
629,770 



670 

21,534 

2,873,040 

645 
2,782,600 

230 

1,213 

1,412,350 

230 
1,412,350 

10 
30 

44,000 
5 

13,000 

20 
11 

4,500 
10 

2,500 

85 

244 

171,000 

50 
158,500 

65 
93 

32,750 

40 

17,250 



375 
15,054 

356 
9,300 

317 
4,884 

288 
3,560 

136 
1,446 

169 

748 

260 
670 

U5 
339 

198 
1,392 

20 
2,037 

65 
484 

308 
17,414 



288 
33,776 



210 
5,001 



98 
1,155 



152 
,031,555 



45 
104,651 



205 
109,837 



62 

173 



71 
1,153 



211 
19,449 
507,070 

5 

209 

1,423 

268 

17,979 

2,299,308 

264 
2,279,709 

90 

572 

699,060 

90 
698,960 

1 

10 

15,000 



31 

14,200 

8 

11,000 

62 

401 

230,810 

51 
209,250 

50 

185 

96,100 

42 

46,100 



811 
116,447 

723 
73,209 

598 
35,497 

628 
24,355 

519 
13,579 

403 
5,304 

720 
5,038 

430 
2,023 

321 
5,295 

47 
819 

140 
1,984 

429 
59,518 



337 
58,611 



536 

71,528 



168 
4,558 



336 

67,859,938 



84 
134,123 



252 
596,344 



139 
856 



154 
5,213 



590 

203,846 

7,256,705 

15 
3,633 
38,872 

377 

53,817 

6,966,175 

368 

6,885,005 

117 

1,729 

1,947,472 

117 
1,947,172 

15 
90 

60,400 
3 

42,500 

43 

250 

169,700 

33 

99,000 

127 

1,711 

1,400,100 

103 
1,142,150 

116 

1,465 

1,031,175 

107 

875,575 



42 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table ll.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 



PnUi :ire based <■ 



->] 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

ccaomercial 

farms 



Size of fann 



3 to 9 
cuerdas 



10 to 19 
cuerdas 



20 to 49 
cuerdas 



50 to 99 
cuerdas 



100 to 174 
cuerdas 



175 to 259 
cuerdas 



260 or more 
cuerdas 



SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Dasheens harvested fanns reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . . 

Yams harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds.. 

Taniers (yautias } harvested fanns reporting . . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
pounds. . 

Sales : farms reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas. . 

dollars. . 

Tree fruits and nuts; 

Coconuts farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
number of nuts. . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

number of nuts.. 

Plantains farms reporting. . 

cuerdas. . 
bunches . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

bunches . . 

Bananas farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches. . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

bunches. . 

Grapefruit farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of fruits.. 

Oranges .farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits.. 

Sales farms reporting. . 

number of fruits.. 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

14,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,047,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 



7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 

35,196 

12,719,045 

13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



2,550 

2,202 

1,419,445 

1,805 

922,030 

2,980 
1,633 

2,943,865 
2,450 

2,226,510 

1,575 

630 

1,574,460 

1,270 
1,215,995 

1,910 

870 

3,583,345 

1,645 
3,132,700 

3,395 
1,704 

3,610,650 
2,911 

3,278,950 

720 
237 

378,575 
464 

284,200 

1,267 

135,100 



2,825 

375 

1,119,425 

890 

948,375 

4,350 

3,937 

1,232,000 

3,000 

915,720 

7,735 
6,267 

2,304,410 
5,196 

1,695,010 

2,930 

348 

1,813,270 

1,531 
1,477,765 

6,210 
1,717 

14,875,365 
3,155 

11,682,825 



1,980 
2,468 

1,587,980 
1,545 

1,149,975 

2,130 
1,625 

2,845,200 
1,840 

2,221,675 

1,285 

748 

2,185,175 

1,115 
1,803,750 

1,580 
1,038 

4,233,020 
1,435 

3,691,500 

2,610 
1,896 

4,009,185 
2,255 

3,299,365 

510 
318 

615,130 
405 

455,500 

1,389 
156,050 



1,670 
488 

968,470 
735 

857,025 

2,945 

■ 2,636 

1,110,005 

2,240 

856,310 

4,635 
5,593 

1,929,385 
3,420 

1,510,895 

1,765 

125 

1,052,250 

1,055 

339,650 

3,910 
1,456 

15,063,660 
2,400 

12,411,800 



1,775 
2,880 

1,946,375 
1,535 

1,437,250 

1,805 
1,952 

3,311,575 
1,615 

2,705,635 

1,175 

993 

2,631,250 

1,045 
2,333,740 

1,310 
1,047 

4,001,675 
1,190 

3,623,925 

2,235 
2,219 

4,899,865 
2,045 

4,165,315 

480 
283 

473,400 
365 

332,375 

1,531 
154,865 



1,680 
1,326 

1,755,435 
775 

1,643,730 

3,035 
4,281 

1,749,530 
2,490 

1,442,070 

3,965 
7,356 

2,559,022 
3,145 

2,070,615 

1,670 

179 

1,174,260 

970 

918,195 

3,610 
2,189 

25,954,345 
2,435 

23,096,020 



495 

1,543 

1,009,550 

415 

772,050 

490 
736 

1,641,750 
465 

1,422,000 

360 

425 

1,177,000 

320 

843,250 

410 
450 

1,731,250 
370 

1,543,750 

655 
936 

2,340,250 
610 

2,057,875 

150 
126 

278,725 
110 

201,175 

1,164 
122,570 



570 
445 

523,875 
235 

468,050 

1,040 

2,059 

1,062,980 

850 

929,570 

1,320 
4,150 

1,528,875 
1,110 

1,329,295 

535 
108 

643,850 
365 

566,375 

1,330 
1,518 

20,221,640 
1,090 

18,828,340 



130 
428 

236,440 
120 

245,940 

165 
271 

480,250 
160 

422,640 

125 
158 

332,000 
120 

279,000 

95 

151 

644,350 

90 
581,350 

230 
454 

983,800 
225 

912,550 

45 
27 

47,500 
25 

38,500 

349 
77,335 



220 
343 

1,441,050 
130 

1,418,800 

395 

1,121 

531,350 

325 
464,425 

615 

3,102 

1,146,105 

525 

1,046,200 

220 

52 

298,500 

170 
260,500 

610 

1,277 

13,371,625 

485 
12,653,500 



81 

557 

426,200 

64 
306,600 

60 

234 

534,925 

58 
413,800 

44 
88 

167,095 
40 

121,675 

34 
78 

449,900 
33 

407,600 

57 

164 

454,650 

51 
336,300 

15 

39 

106,600 

14 

64,800 

176 
17,801 



108 
395 

1,170,684 
76 

1,157,759 

128 
438 

208,214 
107 

193,534 

243 

2,751 

1,025,050 

223 

998,678 

85 

147 

1,230,630 

74 
1,210,390 

232 
843 

11,391,040 
210 

11,264,000 



204 

5,834 

5,970,900 

177 
4,353,650 

105 
377 

2,962,250 
96 

2,564,600 

67 

459 

343,300 

51 
450,350 

79 

467 

1,829,035 

70 

965,350 

117 
637 

1,812,700 
99 

1,009,900 

35 

112 

267,425 

18 

73,800 

311 
26,270 



209 

6,205 

13,841,457 

143 
13,789,833 

210 

1,487 

630,721 

179 
555,351 

329 

5,977 

2,226,198 

304 
2,067,579 

166 
638 

4,856,500 
126 

4,283,540 

374 

3,546 

53,634,810 

311 
52,450,100 



PUERTO RICO 43 

Puerto Rico Table 12.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: 

CENSUS OF 1959 

[DaLa ofp baaed on rf[on^ for only a san;ple of farms, See lexl] 



(For definitions and explanatlonfl, see tert) 



Total all 
coforaercial 
farms 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 


Part owners 


31,155 


2,310 


87.9 


6.5 


«5,97'l 


227,048 


60.1 


14.4 


30.4 


98.3 


30,403 


2,277 


410,588 


100,329 


22,424 


1,087 


4,165 


506 


1,362 


150 


1,093 


191 


728 


126 


379 


106 


213 


87 


39 


24 


26,399 


2,076 


347,135 


81,029 


8,233 


739 


57,185 


17,005 


313 


89 


13,579 


10,057 



Managers 



PARMS AND AREA 

Farms number . . 

Percent distribution percent . . 

Land in farms cuerdas . . 

Percent distribution percent . . 

Average size of farm cuerdas. . 

Land in farms according to uae: 

Cropland used for crops farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 

1 to 9 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

10 to 19 cuerdas farms reporting. . 

20 to 29 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

30 to 49 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

50 to 99 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

100 to 199 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

200 to 499 cuerdas farms reporting . . 

500 or more cuerdas farms reporting . . 

Pastureland suitable for crops farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
Pastureland not suitable for crops ... .farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 

Irrigated land in farms farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 

OFF-FARM WORK 

Farm operators: 

Working off their farms, total. .. .operators reporting... 

1 to 99 days operators reporting . . . 

100 or more days operators reporting. .. 

SPECIFIED EOJIPMENT AND FACILITIES 

Oxcarts farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Other carts farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Coffee-pulping machines farms reporting . . . 

number . . . 

Coffee-drying platforms farms reporting... 

number . . . 

Coffee driers farms reporting. . . 

number . . . 

Tractors farms reportljig . . . 

number . . . 

Motortruclts farms reporting. . . 

number . . . 

Electricity farms reporting. . . 

Running water farms reporting. . . 

Television farms reporting. . . 

Radio farms reporting.. . 

Milking machine farms reporting . . . 

Milk cooler farms reporting... 

Silos. _. farms reporting. . . 

FARM LABOR, WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION 

Salaried and wage workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 
Salaried workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 
Wage workers farms reporting . . 

persons . . 

SPECIFIED FARM EXPENDIOTRES 

Feed for poiiLtry farms reporting . . . 

dollars . . . 
Feed for livestock (excluding 
poultry) farms reporting . . . 

dollars . . . 
Purchase of fertilizer farms reporting . . . 

dollars — 
Hired labor farms reporting . . . 

dollars — 

ESTIMATED VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS SOLD BY SOURCE 

Value of all farm products sold total, dollars — 

average per farm, dollars . . . 

All crops sold dollars . . . 

Field crops, other than vegetables 

and fruits and nuts, sold dollars... 

Vegetables sold dollars . . . 

Fruits and nuts sold dollars . . . 

Ornamental plants sold dollars . . . 

All livestock and livestock products sold dollars... 

Poultry and poultry products sold dollars . . . 

MiUf sold dollars . . . 

Cattle and hogs dollars . . . 



35,428 

100. 

1,573,532 
100.0 
44.4 



34,561 

704,229 

24,427 

4,964 

1,650 

1,406 

964 

564 

430 

156 

30,191 

545,311 

9,6M 

108,197 

575 
74,682 



9,019 
2,256 
6,763 



1,921 
4,005 

925 
7,313 

5,248 
5,397 

345 
1,946 

417 
546 

1,303 
3,300 

3,180 
4,183 

20,477 
13,538 

6,586 
26,545 

335 
813 
198 



10,633 
63,827 

3,690 
10,275 

9,057 
53,552 



22,839 
1,955,884 

7,345 

5,034,735 

25,787 

11,819,858 

21,634 

47,775,306 



170,507,493 
4,813 

129,263,080 

116,400,581 

689,991 

12,039,(K9 

133,459 

41,244,413 
4,775,167 
17,861,703 
18,607,538 



7,978 
1,947 
6,031 



1,346 
2,402 

446 
2,271 

4,897 
4,982 

318 
1,732 

371 
461 

687 
1,016 

2,371 
2,987 

17,627 
11,516 

5,423 
23,361 

198 
530 
123 



8,556 

40,631 
2,789 
6,870 
7,303 

33,761 



20,286 
1,617,825 

5,963 

2,831,903 

22,247 

5,628,287 

18,249 

18,825,364 



85,210,373 
2,735 

61,451,980 

52,518,501 

559,937 

8,264,733 

108,809 

23,758,393 
3,412,452 
10,240,644 
10,105,297 



549 
146 
403 



379 
976 

238 
1,641 

171 
173 



293 
709 



1,641 
1,119 

673 
1,833 

85 

178 

43 



1,127 
8,235 

403 
1,570 

972 
6,665 



1,523 
121,216 

880 
1,318,849 

1,993 
2,253,882 

1,899 
9,049,841 



27,402,402 
11,863 

19,754,816 

18,956,259 

74,058 

717,349 

7,150 

7,647,586 

196,499 

4,565,779 

2,885,308 



558 
1.6 

306,915 

19.5 

550.0 



531 
159,310 
92 
50 
38 
63 
54 
39 

109 
86 

487 
79,295 

231 
26,289 

107 
47,352 



100 
435 

173 
2,928 

79 
135 

13 
91 

18 
23 

218 
1,359 

167 

301 

415 
411 

225 
388 

26 

54 
18 



384 
11,997 

314 
1,390 

306 
10,607 



208 
91,410 

144 

584,396 

459 

3,241,143 

491 

16,928,753 



47,907,965 
85,857 



38,675,856 

13,094 

2,641,345 



6,577,670 

275,997 

2,028,443 

4,273,230 



1,405 
4.0 

93.595 

5.9 

66.6 



1,350 

34,002 

324 

243 

100 

59 

56 

40 

21 

7 

1,229 

37,852 

411 

7,718 



3,694 



426 
151 
275 



96 
192 

68 
473 

101 
107 

4 
59 

15 
17 

105 
216 

168 
207 

794 
492 

265 
963 

26 

51 
lA 



566 
2,964 
184 
445 
476 
2,519 



822 

125,433 

358 

299,587 

1,088 

696,546 

995 

2,971,348 



9,986,753 
7,103 

6,725,989 

6,249,965 

42,902 

415,622 

17,500 

3,260,764 

890,219 

1,026,842 

1,343,703 



44 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 12.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 

[Data arp based nn ^rpo^t^ fnr onK a ^an.ple of farms. See LextJ 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

commercial 

farms 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 



Part owners 



Managers 



LIVESTOCK AND LXVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Cattle and calves forms reporting . 

number . 
Cows and heifers farms reporting . 

number • 
Milk cows farms reporting . 

number . 
Calves farms reporting . 

number • 
Steers and bulls farms reporting. 

number . 
Work oxen farms reporting . 

number. 

Horses and colts farms reporting . 

number . 

Burros and mules farms reporting . 

number . 

Hogs and pigs farms reporting. 

number. 

Sleep and lambe farms reporting . 

number . 

Goats and kids farms reporting . 

number . 

Hens farms reporting . 

number . 

Chickens (other than hens), 

pullets , roosters farms reporting . 

number . 

LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS SOU) 

Cattle and calves sold alive farms reporting. 

number. 

Hogs and pigs sold alive farms reporting . 

number . 

Milk sold farms reporting. 

quarts. 

Chickens sold farms reporting . 

number . 
Chicken eggs sold farms reporting . 

dozens. 

Sows farrowing November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting . 

number of sows . 
Pigs raised November 1, 1958, 

to October 31, 1959 farms reporting. 

number of pigs. 

SPECIFIED CROPS HARVESTED 

Sugarcane harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
tons of cane . 

Pineapples harvested farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 

tons. 

Coffee harvested farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting. 

pounds . 

Tobacco harvested farms reporting . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting . 

pounds . 

Rice harvested farms reporting. 

cuerdas . 
pounds . 

Sales farms reporting . , 

pounds. 

Cowpeas harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . , 

pounds . . 

Pigeon peas harvested farms reporting . , 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . , 

pounds . . 

Dry beans harvested farms reporting . , 

cuerdas . , 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting. . 

pounds . 



22,121 

276,336 

21,290 

164,649 

19, 180 

90,4.51 

16,235 

68,515 

5,285 

27,275 

4,217 

15,897 

12,625 
21,073 

1,516 
3,792 

19,709 
65,822 

177 
3,431 

3,745 
12,253 

29,067 
791,402 



26,930 
824,302 



11,386 
116,544 



U,316 
62,938 



2,563 
111,635,673 

5,294 
1,727,199 

9,097 
3,571,876 



4,556 
9,494 



7,035 
65,221 



9,702 

323,756 

10,212,210 

60 

4,120 

43,415 

19,100 

178,347 

27,806,433 

15,686 

26,017,284 

8,277 

17,327 

19,635,372 

8,272 

19,679,357 

471 
691 

431,700 
264 

253,675 

1,731 

1,303 

635,360 

976 

357,510 

8,289 

10,165 

7,135,370 

4,694 
6,008,615 

4,951 
5,507 

2,731,470 
2,769 

1,395,935 



13,397 

163,018 

18,236 

99,635 

16,393 

59,443 

13,826 

44,549 

4,126 

14,499 

3,101 

9,335 

10,619 
14,921 

1,167 
2,384 

17,240 
54,522 

124 
3,009 

3,087 
9,078 

25,850 
643,818 



23,942 
593,001 



9,549 
60,160 



9,766 
49,733 



1,861 
64,004,027 

4,656 
1,125,299 

8,078 
2,918,021 



3,785 
7,622 



6,001 
50,838 



7,789 

129,769 

3,568,721 

49 

452 

4,965 

17,517 

159,636 

25,221,325 

14,494 
23,582,506 

7,160 

13,921 

15,491,095 

7,155 
15,435,530 

391 
552 

307,100 
223 

233,925 

1,423 
972 

452,410 
807 

246,460 

7,241 
7,629 

5,287,065 
4,039 

4,413,165 

4,183 
4,075 

1,976,540 
2,300 

1,486,210 



1,918 
50,310 

1,859 
31,619 

1,718 
13,351 

1,479 

11,517 

7U 

3,983 
694 

3,191 

1,141 
2,722 

171 
368 

1,465 
5,512 

32 
191 

436 

1,553 

1,876 
94,656 



1,773 
44,703 



1,115 
18,781 

984 
6,236 

485 
28,536,120 

374 

63,227 

637 

173,296 



430 
900 



603 
7,366 



1,163 

63,639 

1,903,763 



899 

6,547 

1,016,306 

651 

928,816 

643 

1,977 

2,431,777 

643 

2,431,777 

46 
71 

77,850 
36 

22,150 

210 
178 

38,675 
U8 

57,450 

610 
926 

609,705 
353 

495,800 

508 
763 

394,555 
294 

216,050 



376 

39; 312 

305 

22,652 

255 

7,319 

250 

8,047 

162 

6,536 

■160 

2,577 

297 
2,573 

119 
851 

172 
3,406 

11 
165 

68 
1,036 

285 
34,380 



267 
19,790 



189 
23, 362 

111 
4,038 

80 
12,677,766 

50 

30,507 

108 

438,883 



87 
496 



101 
3,828 



313 

111,618 

4,145,800 

10 

3,643 

38,250 

138 

8,548 

1,069,012 

126 
1,042,262 

59 

357 

411,600 

59 
411,600 

7 

26 

14,400 



18 

103 

77,300 

11 
41,100 

79 

933 

777,300 

53 
653, 100 

45 

342 

225,050 

26 

105,400 



930 
18,196 

890 
10,743 

814 
5,333 

631 
4,402 

236 
2,257 

262 

794 

568 
362 

59 

189 

812 
2,332 

10 
66 



154 
586 



1,056 
13,548 



948 
161,803 



533 
8,741 

455 
2,931 

137 
6,417,760 

214 

508, 166 

274 

41,676 



254 
475 



330 
3,189 



432 
18,730 
593,925 

1 

25 

200 

546 

3,616 

499,840 

415 

463,700 

415 

1,072 

1,350,900 

415 
1,350,400 

27 

42 

32,350 

5 

2,600 

80 
45 

16,975 
40 

12,500 

359 
677 

511,300 
199 

446,550 

210 

327 

135,325 

149 

83,275 



PUERTO RICO 



45 



Puerto Rico Table 12.-FARMS AND FARM CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL FARMS BY TENURE OF OPERATOR: 

CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 

I Dnta arp based on rppnn? fnr oniv a sanii-lo of faniis. !5«e text] 



[For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Total all 

conunercial 

farms 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 



Part owners 



Managers 



SPECIFIED CHOPS HARVESTED— Continued 

Com harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales r fanns reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds ■ . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Dasheens harvested farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds. . 

yams harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales fanns reporting. . 

pounds. . 

Taniers (yautfas) harvested forms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Cassava (yuca) harvested farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
pounds . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

pounds . . 

Vegetables for sale cuerdas . . 

dollars . . 
Tree fruits and nuts: 

Coconuts farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
number of nuts . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of nuts . . 

Plantains farms reporting . . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches . . 

Sales f aims reporting . . 

bunches . . 

Bananas farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
bunches . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

bunches . . 

Grapefruit farms reporting. . 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of f niits . . 

Oranges farms reporting.. 

cuerdas . . 
number of fruits . . 

Sales farms reporting . . 

number of fruits.. 



7,215 

15,912 

12,647,390 

5,661 

9,687,495 

7,735 
7,328 

li,719,815 
6,684 

11,981,860 

4,631 
3,501 

8,910,280 
3,961 

7,Oi7,760 

5,418 
4,101 

16,472,575 
4,833 

13,951,175 

9,299 
8,010 

18,111,100 
8,196 

15,060,755 

1,955 
1,142 

2,167,355 
1,401 

1,450,350 

6,187 
689,991 

7,282 

10,077 

20,820,396 

3,039 
20,283,577 

12,103 
15,959 

6,524,800 
9,191 

5,356,980 

18,842 
35,196 

12,719,045 
13,923 

10,718,272 

7,371 

1,597 

11,074,260 

4,291 

9,556,415 

16,276 
12,546 

154,517,985 
10,086 

142,386,585 



6,188 
9,978 

7,145,065 
4,801 

5,320,995 

6,674 

5,674 

10,556,965 

5,746 

9,092,970 

4,105 
2,814 

7,482,580 
3,495 

6,054,160 

4,699 
3,223 

12,268,140 
4,180 

10,686,275 

8,152 
6,446 

14,486, 175 
7,174 

12,299,730 

1,627 

909 

1,662,980 

1,175 
1,207,950 

4,782 
559,937 

6,172 

5,338 

10,022,675 

2,497 

9,595,557 

10,606 
13,225 

5,269,437 
8,016 

4,285,235 

17,121 

31,354 

11,328,634 

12,673 

9,529,201 

6,373 

1,336 

8,376,930 

3,691 

7,045,435 

14,609 
11,345 

136,024,900 
9,093 

124,937,160 



626 

2,696 

2,283,050 

527 

1,767,950 

600 

769 

1,576,250 

535 

1,336,850 

316 
481 

924,850 
289 

676,700 

456 
512 

2,669,385 
4U 

2,205,250 

679 
816 

1,964,950 
616 

1,648,450 

221 

118 

220,350 

153 

89,100 

823 
74,058 

662 

2,128 

4,217,607 

320 
4,157,725 

366 

1,376 

672,863 

679 

573,805 

939 

1,179 

481,630 

683 

373,550 

569 
106 

1,100,925 
350 

1,027,500 

937 
396 

5,944,135 
513 

5,096,325 



110 

2,281 

2,374,200 

90 

1,924,750 



431 

1,479,800 

69 

664,200 

46 

87 

218,300 

38 

76,300 

41 

156 

745,500 

37 
398,500 

104 

306 

923,300 



17 
33 

74,525 
8 

13,300 

211 
13,094 

124 

1,750 

4,960,405 

70 

4,947,661 

143 
486 

227,855 
UO 

186,425 

177 

1,659 

559,291 

139 
516,001 

112 
116 

1,298,450 
89 

1,233,450 

182 
545 

8,200,910 
133 

8,338,100 



291 
957 

845,075 
243 

673,800 

381 

454 

1,106,800 

334 

887,840 

164 
119 

284,550 
139 

240,600 

222 
210 

789,550 
202 

661,150 

364 
442 

736,675 
318 

584,300 

90 
82 

209,500 
65 

140,000 

371 
42,902 

324 
861 

1,619,709 
152 

1,582,634 

488 
872 

354,645 
386 

311,515 

605 

1,004 

349,490 

428 
299,520 

317 

39 

297,955 

161 
250,030 

548 
260 

4,348,040 
347 

4,015,000 



46 



STATISTICS FOR PUERTO RICO 



Puerto Rico Table 13.-FARMS REPORTING TYPE OF WORK POWER USED, BY OWNERSHIP AND BY TENURE OF 

OPERATOR: CENSUS OF 1959 

LPftta are ba,sryi on refort^ for only a sample of fan^s. 'Mje textj 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



All farm operators 



Tenure of operator 



Full owners 
and managers 



Part owners 



Tractor power, total 

Owned by: 

Faim operator onl^ 

Farm operator and another person jointly 

Landlord of farm operator 

Another person 

Govemjnent agency 

Aniinal power only, total 

Owned by: 

Farm operator only 

Farm operator and another person jointly 

Landlord of fann operator 

Another person 

Government agency 

No power used 

Farm operators not reporting as to use of tractor or anlnwl power. 



3,082 

1,160 
86 

193 
1,424 

219 

16,775 

9,979 
262 
607 

7,628 
31 

25,515 

427 



2,419 

796 

74 

153 

1,192 

204 

14,721 

8,705 
193 
489 

6,792 
31 

24,229 

406 



4£6 

281 
10 
23 

143. 
9 

1,248 

821 
32 
48 

483 



650 

20 



83 
2 
17 
89 
6 



453 
37 
70 

353 



636 

1 



Puerto Rico Table 14.-SAMPLING RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATED TOTALS BY NUMBER OF FARMS REPORTING, 

BY LEVELS, 1959 



If the estlinated number of 
fanns reporting is — 



Then the chances are about 2 in 3 that the estljnated total 
would differ fron the results of a complete tabulation 
of the items for all faims by less than — 



Level 

1' 



Level 
2 



Level 
3 



Level 
4 



If the estimated number of 
farms reporting is — 



Then the chances are about 2 in 3 that the estimated total 
would differ from the results of a complete tabulation 
of the items for all fanns by less than — 



Level 
ll 



Level 
2 



Level 
3 



Level 

4 



25 

50.... 
100... 
250. . . 
500... 
1,000. 
2,500. 



40 

28 

20 

13 
3.9 
6.3 
4.0 



53 

37 

26 

17 

12 
8.4 
5.3 



71 
50 
35 
22 
15 
11 
7.1 



96 
68 
48 
30 
21 
15 
9.6 



5,000.. 

10,000. 

25,000. 
50,000. 
100,000 
250,000, 



2.8 
2.0 
1.3 
0.9 
0.6 
0.4 



3.7 
2.6 
1.7 
1.2 
0.8 
0.5 



5.0 
3.5 
2.2 

1.6 
1.1 
0.7 



6.8 
4.8 
3.0 
2.1 
1.5 
1.0 



^Level 1 should be used in determining the sampling reliability of estimated number of fanns and farms reporting. The level for all other items should be obtained fron Puerto 
Rico Table 15. If the estimated number of farms or farms reporting constitutes more than 75 percent of all fanns In the universe, a better approximation to the sampling 
reliability may be obtained by multiplying the percent given in the table as follows: 

1. When the number of farms or farms reporting is 75 percent of all farms, multiply the percent error by 0.50. 

2. When the number of fanns or farms reporting is 90 percent of all fanns, multipl^ the percent error by 0.30. 

3. When the number of farms or farms reporting is 95 percent of all farms, multiply the percent error by 0.20. 



PUERTO RICO 



47 



Puerto Rico Table 15.-INDICATED LEVEL OF SAMPLING RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATED TOTALS FOR 

SPECIFIED ITEMS, 1959 



[lb rfetermine the samoling reliability for an item, use this table to determine which of the 4 lovels of sampling reliability to use in Puerto Hico Table t4. To use Table U, it is necessary to refer also tomunicinio or Puerto Rico table 

to obtain the number of farms reporting for the iterij 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Size-of-faim 
group 



Tenure -of -f arm- 
operator group 



n 



Econanlc-class- 
of-fami group 



Type-of-fann group 



Fazms and farm characteristics: 

lAnd in f aims 

Cropland harvested 

Total cropland 

Total pasture 

Irrigated land in farms 

Fami labor: 

Wage workers 

Specified fann expenditures: 

Feed for poultry 

Feed for animals 

Fertilizer 

Hired labor 

Livestock and livestock products: 

Horses 

Goats an hand 

Goats milked 

Hogs and pigs on hand 

Hogs and pigs sold 

Sows farrowed 

Cattle on hand 

Cows and heifers en hand 

Milk cows on hand 

Steers and bulls on hand 

Oxen on hand 

Cattle sold 

Cows milked 

Milk sold 

Hens on hand 

Cockerels and pullets on hand 

Chickens sold 

Eggs sold , 

Specified crops harvested: 

Sixgarcane harvested cuerdas . 

tons. 

Tobacco harvested cuerdas. 

pounds . 

Coffee harvested cuerdas. 

pounds. 

Dry beans harvested cuerdas . 

pounds . 

Sweetpotatoes harvested cuerdas . 

pounds . 

Dasheen harvested cuerdas . 

pounds. 

Com harvested cuerdas . 

pounds . 

Cowpeas harvested cuerdas, 

pounds. 

Pigeon peas harvested cuerdas . 

pounds . 

Yams harvested cuerdas . 

pounds. 

Tanlers harvested cuerdas . 

pounds, 

Cassava harvested cuerdas 

pounds. 

Coconuts harvested cuerdas 

number of nuts 

Plantains harvested cuerdas 

bunches 

Bananas harvested cuerdas 

bunches 

Oranges harvested cuerdas 

number of fruits 

Grapefruit harvested cuerdas 

number of fruits 
Value of vegetables harvested for sale dollars 



3 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


3 


2 


4 




1 




1 




1 




i 




1 




3 




A 




A 




1. 




1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


2 


3 


3 


2 


3 


2 


i 


4 


i 


1 


2 


2 


3 



Chapter B 
STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



(W) 



50 

Municipio Table 1. 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 

-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED BY USE: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Municipio 



Number of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 



Farms reporting 



Pastureland suitable for crops 



Farms repurting 



1959 1949 



1959 1949 



Pasturelanfl not suitable for crops 



Farms reporting 



1959 1949 



1959 1949 



Puerto Rico . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Aibonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultaa . . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguaa 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccmerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^ica 

Guayama 

Guayanllla. . . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

HatUlo 

Hormlgueroa . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz ... 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias. ... 
Lae Piedrea . . . 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manati 

Maricao 

Maunabo 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovis 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllaa . . 

Rlnc(5n 

fty Rio Grande.... 

^ ^f^io Pledras . . . 

/ Sabana Grande. 

\ Salinas 

\» San German. . . . 

-* San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebaati&i. 
Santa Isabel.. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Ba ja 

Trujillo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Baja 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



45,792 

1,125 
728 
466 
635 

537 

528 
1,231 
128 
350 
825 

674 
530 
1,114 
816 
497 



844 
186 
856 
612 

665 

506 

963 

31 



146 
37 
281 
364 
586 

425 
647 
135 
711 
860 

646 
212 
431 
288 
1,495 

997 
836 
289 
235 
453 

535 
408 
952 
948 
679 

432 

703 

1,171 

823 

425 

805 
435 
285 
646 
458 

327 
103 
688 

1,519 

1,355 

42 

370 

81 

487 

2,400 

326 

404 

69 

574 

1,173 

1,147 



53,515 

1,417 
941 
578 
785 
661 

649 
1,533 
206 
399 
377 

758 

647 

1,012 

759 
705 

11 

1,054 

211 

933 

831 

763 
642 
1,101 
32 
129 

275 
48 
347 
482 
679 

510 
803 
151 
726 
884 

649 
329 
439 
360 
1,776 

976 
812 
585 
387 
591 

542 

601 

1,085 

1,048 



540 
766 
1,307 
992 
520 

935 

473 
403 
564 
648 

364 

131 

857 

1 

1,646 

1,660 

26 

474 

99 

515 

2,631 

530 

629 

80 

597 

1,261 

1,259 



1,682,556 

36,960 
10,871 
13,639 
17,567 
17,199 

18,483 
52,795 
6,734 
21,843 
18,748 

20,109 
38,345 
30,050 
21,787 
19,593 

1,415 
28,629 

6,723 
31,295 
16,006 

45,341 
12,151 
22,686 
3,609 
11,850 

13,936 
19,306 
35,182 
22,451 
11,022 

16,864 
25,023 
6,091 
24,698 
22,918 

24,747 
34,827 
15,326 
33,488 
35,186 

26,486 
16,016 
20,297 
8,900 
24,740 

20,090 
9,158 
29,967 
22,403 
19,557 

23,950 
13,920 
30,267 
19,914 
24,480 

58,752 
10,734 
13,135 
22,167 
8,940 

15,304 
33,184 
27,686 

31,077 

38,185 
17,006 
12,749 
10,250 
9,816 
60,899 

13,227 
21,157 
18,844 
17,487 
30,063 
36,256 



1,844,886 

40,496 
12,730 
16,857 
17,745 
20,970 

23,669 
54,162 
8,596 
22,251 
19,609 

23,458 
40,605 
29,749 
22,844 
24,016 

1,618 
30,840 

7,485 
34,015 
21,202 

44,799 
17, 196 
25,076 
4,465 
11,313 

16,571 
17,419 
34,389 
24,303 
12,957 

19,201 
27,883 
6,584 
24,521 
22,875 

26,969 
37,163 
13,947 
33,348 
38,409 

28,852 
17,286 
25,352 
12,350 
26,826 

20,974 
12,323 
30,423 
24,973 
24,616 

27,032 
16,286 
30,486 
24,768 
26,055 

64,326 
11, 594 
13,266 
23,900 
15,342 

16,671 
34,255 
28,430 
6 
31,841 

44,764 
17,852 
15,580 
10,649 
10,679 
64,209 

16,128 
27,069 
27,496 
18,221 
32,929 
37,772 



42,666 

1,124 
723 
419 
597 
491 

510 
1,168 
123 
334 
802 

623 
467 
1,058 
775 
413 

6 
759 
131 
834 
564 

571 
475 
924 



101 
29 
261 
358 
518 

390 
634 
132 
666 
816 

628 
178 
372 
251 
1,350 

991 
767 
267 
187 
406 

533 
363 
924 
939 
650 

374 
681 
1,147 
772 
417 

781 
409 
273 
425 
335 

294 
78 
672 

1,360 

1,318 

33 

317 

71 

398 

2,381 

276 

378 

61 

538 

1,079 

1,104 



52,203 

1,408 
936 
558 
770 
643 

641 
1,514 
196 
393 
864 

758 
604 
978 
754 
671 



1,035 
204 
921 
819 

693 
615 

1,075 



251 
39 
329 
475 
664 

488 
796 
149 

710 
870 

645 
300 
418 
336 
1,760 

973 
789 
564 
376 
586 

539 

576 

1,066 

1,044 
874 

491 
749 
1,270 
970 
515 

917 
462 
400 
526 

621 

352 

109 

835 

1 

1,623 

1,635 

20 

462 

96 

495 

2,619 

516 
616 
70 
570 
1,230 
1,238 



724,210 

20,858 
6,060 
6,953 
5,261 
5,878 

10,303 

24,684 

2,987 

8,847 

6,619 

7,547 
16,286 
10,971 
10,633 

6,775 

855 
9,927 
2,386 
13,349 
7,729 

6,966 
3,645 
8,476 
737 
5,450 

4,826 

2,946 

11,813 

10,543 

3,705 

7,142 
10,477 

4,248 
15,085 

9,288 

12 ,673 
17,063 
6,060 
14,141 
20, 537 

13,880 
6,089 
7,423 
3,266 
9,554 

12,810 

3,636 

16,727 

11,275 

8,054 

9,892 
3,513 

10,233 
7,544 

10, 518 

28,861 
4,869 
8,851 
6,734 
2,623 

6,659 
10,461 
15,339 

8,982 

22,436 
10,602 
7,045 
5,206 
2,693 
28,607 

6,403 
10,706 
3,631 
7,728 
13,304 
17, 327 



768,861 

22,551 
6,788 
7,921 
5,503 
6,382 

13,611 

24,042 

4,652 

8,821 

6,097 

10,983 
16,231 
12,776 
11,609 
10,232 

714 
10,870 

3,348 
14,765 

9,006 

8,823 

4,431 
9,319 

4,382 

5,867 

3,675 

10,398 

10,344 

5,330 

7,279 
12,542 

4,510 
10, 538 
10,587 

14,145 
14,049 
5,069 
10,780 
21,995 

15,454 
5,084 

11,093 
4,622 

10,600 

13,517 
4,506 
18,985 
12, XI 
10,253 

11,041 
3,983 

10,037 
9,448 

11,363 

27,398 
5,139 
8,110 
7,756 
5,364 

6,835 
7,294 

15,914 
5 

11,401 

23,673 
9,957 
7,585 
6,074 
4,513 

30,027 

5,101 

11,607 

3,260 

6,978 

12,447 

19,131 



861 
636 
342 
580 
491 

419 
991 
120 
290 
736 

636 

380 

1,046 

648 

479 

5 

767 
175 
756 
518 

623 
481 
878 



139 
32 
246 
299 
562 

420 
546 
117 
699 
665 

525 
154 
415 
205 
1,236 

784 
814 
220 
220 
388 

325 
370 
693 
703 
604 

411 
679 
1,092 
753 
373 

702 
292 
261 
596 
427 



1,488 

1,096 

23 

333 

73 

470 
2,064 

248 
333 
56 
466 
1,118 
954 



46,984 

1,178 
864 
452 
748 

611 

541 
1,197 
148 
300 
838 

709 
469 
939 
548 
657 



955 
198 
833 
755 

706 

615 

1,066 

32 

116 

256 
40 
297 
364 
626 

491 
625 
129 
692 
689 

518 
294 
425 
301 
1,574 

747 
796 
509 
372 
481 

425 
530 
838 
909 
833 

521 
761 
1,214 
904 
383 

713 
337 
368 
532 
614 

297 

111 

725 

1 

1,614 

1,472 

20 

429 

89 

482 

2,367 

435 

470 

73 

511 

1,209 

1,038 



601,924 

8,403 
3,490 
2,339 
8,239 
9,064 

4,728 
12,090 
2,925 
4,685 
8,779 

9,785 

14,612 

14,908 

5,295 

9,981 

242 
14,010 
2,981 
9,981 
6,650 

25,425 
6,344 
9,901 
2,067 
3,380 

5,690 
8,878 
13,610 
4,212 
5,218 

6,519 
7,509 
993 
6,357 
5,857 

7,219 
9,931 
7,956 
12,146 

10,777 

7,436 
6,995 
8,963 
4,801 
7,004 

4,326 
3,731 
7,591 
6,052 
7,320 

9,734 
6,458 
13,462 
9,558 
8,582 

17,125 
2,349 
2,306 

11,047 
5,070 

5,306 
12,174 
7,669 

16,385 

10,548 
4,284 
3,943 
2,255 
5,294 

20,911 

3,669 
6,306 
10, 571 
6,472 
11,888 
11,163 



638,828 

9,066 
3,919 
3,158 
8,090 
10,836 

4,561 
10,846 
2,332 
3,175 
8,311 

3,648 

16,292 

11,733 

3,843 

8,389 

834 
14,860 
2,965 
9,702 
8,584 

25,646 
8,591 

11,563 
3,876 
3,312 

6,999 
8,261 
13,637 
5,736 
5,495 

8,419 

6,056 

763 

10,035 

4,854 

7,435 
12,488 

7,023 
17,383 

9,950 

7,340 
8,648 
9,131 
6,061 
6,099 

3,438 
5,521 
6,736 
7,415 
9,236 

10,507 
7,904 
14,551 
10,287 
9,923 

18,091 
1,939 
2,255 

10,461 
8,654 

5,989 

12,335 

7,638 

(Z) 

13,711 

13,828 
6,511 
5,404 
2,243 
4,317 

20,755 

5,030 

5,211 

11,476 

6,672 

13,933 

11,312 



12,023 

269 
99 

137 
224 
103 

113 
530 
20 
100 
196 

63 
125 
240 
196 
141 



237 
71 
273 
114 

370 

213 

283 

9 

38 

16 
16 
75 
108 
110 

179 

194 

14 

165 

330 



150 
273 
53 
72 
204 

37 
188 
123 
252 

171 

85 
349 
285 
186 
102 

196 
180 
74 
130 

47 

149 
33 

119 



256 

21 
100 
11 
95 
458 

79 
152 

11 
130 
398 
235 



19,719 

318 
247 
329 
297 
171 

239 

809 
64 
183 
349 

314 

176 
319 

371 



1 

357 

66 

415 

284 

385 
380 
353 

15 



173 
19 
159 
166 
255 

290 
336 
44 
309 
437 

186 
115 
227 
93 
654 

160 
403 
145 
102 
333 

173 
171 
301 
289 
336 

177 
287 
402 
354 
166 

263 
246 
180 
163 
161 

135 
62 
303 



184 

60 

217 

721 

221 
280 
13 
201 
659 
338 



121,355 

1,750 

349 

1,390 

1,223 

455 

1,270 
4,314 

454 
1,944 

921 

744 
3,044 

977 
1,676 
1,143 



1,668 
461 

2,009 
421 

7,705 
740 

1,660 
417 
275 

1,174 
3,114 
5,081 
2,366 
495 

1,011 

2,219 

140 

794 

3,172 

1,032 

5,301 

263 

1,660 

1,671 

1,548 
800 

1,230 
297 

2,363 

599 

548 

1,687 

1,697 

1,094 

1,955 
1,222 
1,473 
1,250 
1,628 

5,933 

1,215 
872 

1,334 
225 



7,300 
1,571 

1,328 

1,073 

1,298 

458 

542 

496 

2,461 

452 
1,240 
1,682 
1,047 

994 
3,010 



PUERTO RICO 



51 



Municipio Table l.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED BY USE: 

1959 AND 1950-Continued 



CENSUSES OF 



Land not used for crops or pasture 



In bills and mountains 



Farms reporting 



In buildings, roads, lakes, and wasteland 



Farms reporting 



Cuerdas 



Land irrigated 



Farms reporting 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla 

Aguae Buenas . . 
Albonito 

Aflasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. .. 
Barronqultas. . 

Bayaiii6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguaa 

Canuy 

Carolina 

Cetano 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Comerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^ica 

Guayajna 

Guayanllla. .. . 
Guaynabo 

Gurebo 

Hstillo 

HormtgueroB . . , 

Hunacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz ... . 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Larea 

Las Marias. .. . 
Laa Pledraa. . . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.i 

Maya^ez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patillas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas. . 

Rincdn 

Rio Grande . . . . 
^Rlo Pledres. . . 

Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

San GeriD^. . . . 

• San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastian. 
Santa Isabel.. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujillo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Ba Ja 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoe 

Yauco 



15,523 

285 
W3 
217 
279 



85 
682 

17 
254 
318 

179 
133 
3U 
370 
191 

1 
276 
92 
352 
134 

295 
205 
345 
10 
72 

31 
11 
71 
93 
226 

244 
270 
28 
430 
363 

100 
47 

161 
57 

282 

146 

446 

81 

80 

300 

79 
152 
242 
284 
193 

158 
369 
456 
158 
96 

234 
166 
66 
110 
110 



109 

13 

174 



170 
42 
211 
673 

211 
186 
8 
118 
620 
255 



21,672 

376 
293 
236 
367 
149 

265 
839 
39 
286 
432 

342 
194 
417 
427 
345 



333 

89 

418 

272 

315 
320 
449 



154 
17 
131 
154 
316 

311 
305 
42 
433 
372 

29 

78 

278 



240 
501 
178 
127 
416 

179 
211 
360 
379 
339 

180 
414 
559 
352 
164 

269 
239 
126 
192 
220 

134 

39 

291 



521 
5 
221 
60 
286 
897 

273 
428 
9 
208 
776 
255 



158, 502 

4,307 

399 

2,399 

1,634 

565 

1,109 
10,123 
188 
5,281 
1,222 

1,188 
3,359 
1,584 
3,402 
871 

200 
1,665 

827 
3,682 

421 

2,74« 
943 

1,547 
275 

1,825 

1,370 
3,744 
3,600 
4,578 
999 

1,070 
3,975 
568 
1,008 
3,681 

2,252 
1,171 
329 
4,222 
1,327 

2,579 
1,003 
1,528 
320 
5,128 

1,599 
751 
3,032 
2,216 
1,559 

1,175 
1,695 
2,498 
1,271 
2,839 

4,057 

2,130 

641 

2,241 

377 

2,168 
2,061 
2,120 

2,839 

2,693 
485 
829 

1,589 
719 

6,056 

2,023 
2,016 
1,779 
966 
2,376 
3,486 



162, 158 

5,194 
872 
2,042 
1,629 
1,061 

2,425 

11,516 

339 

7,060 

1,897 

1,488 
3,453 
1,636 
3,779 
2,019 



1,892 

395 

4,204 

1,065 

2,381 
1,339 
1,779 
65 
2,121 

1,762 
2,137 
4,034 
3,989 
898 

1,061 
4,552 
855 
1,000 
3,379 

3,552 
1,113 
570 
2,040 
2,664 

2,986 
1,108 
2,275 
532 
5,565 

2,063 
719 
2,224 
2,275 
2,078 

1,356 
1,909 
2,191 
1,968 
2,800 

6,772 
1,865 

586 
3,215 

834 

2,257 
3,535 
1,955 

2,834 

2,596 
140 
877 

1,347 
660 

7,675 

3,518 
5,692 
2,944 
1,201 
2,382 
1,967 



31,716 

942 
376 
177 
508 
481 

122 
618 
44 
300 
647 

576 
436 
1,099 
617 
336 

7 

743 

39 

755 

519 

501 

398 

685 

18 

84 

iia 

18 
124 
209 
511 

403 
404 
58 
526 
625 



416 

127 

1,074 

440 
816 
222 
125 
217 

3U 
260 
562 
445 
562 

397 
582 
1,016 
204 
227 

432 

184 

77 

461 

356 

183 

60 

426 

931 

651 
23 

107 
29 

341 
2,325 

162 
2U 
39 
242 
768 
941 



45,780 

1,013 
916 
521 
694 
653 

610 
1,422 
176 
339 
782 

637 
591 
850 
657 
612 

10 
982 
151 
879 
678 

542 

598 

1,000 

20 

99 

223 

25 
302 
384 
619 

482 
724 
126 
532 
856 

616 
260 
348 
314 
1,747 

793 
746 
367 
244 
567 

278 
529 
954 
831 
691 

378 
754 
899 
699 
302 

711 
429 
387 
447 
605 

198 

123 

640 

1 

1,540 

1,626 

24 
423 

96 

445 

2,484 

504 
608 
76 
480 
1,196 
715 



76, 565 

1,642 

573 

558 

1,210 

1,237 

1,073 
1,564 
180 
1,086 
1,207 

645 

1,044 

1,610 

781 

823 

118 

1,359 

68 

2,274 

785 

2,497 
479 

1,102 
113 
920 

876 
624 
1,078 
752 
605 

1,122 
843 
142 

1,454 
920 

1,571 
1,361 

718 
1,319 

874 

1,043 

1,129 

1,103 

216 

691 

756 
492 

930 
1,163 
1,530 

1,194 

1,032 

2,601 

291 

913 

2,776 
171 
465 
811 
64-5 

291 

1,188 

987 

1,543 

1,435 
337 
474 
658 
614 

2,864 

680 

889 

1,181 

1,274 

1,501 
1,270 



99,003 

1,464 

570 

689 

1,235 

1,701 

1,316 
2,450 
473 
1,315 
1,357 

1,204 
2,563 
1,697 
1,264 
1,300 

66 

1,833 

427 

1,976 

1,720 

2,072 

1,352 

1,336 

102 

566 

716 
602 
1,162 
889 
636 

1,028 
1,422 

256 
1,540 

935 

844 
2,479 

707 
1,156 
1,954 

1,095 
1,250 
1,224 
689 
1,235 

553 

918 
1,162 
1,220 
1,510 

1,797 

1,300 

2,198 

1,022 

510 

3,517 
617 
483 

1,067 
872 

335 
1,246 

870 

1 

2,231 

2,164 
788 
886 
578 
54« 

2,965 

577 
1,968 
6,835 
1,052 
2,355 

991 



2 
24 



40 

20 

2,797 

1,696 

460 



1,308 
1 



609 

777 

2,231 

7,589 

2,715 

2 

6 
23 
22 



1 
9,552 



5,518 



475 
806 
96 



389 

1 



769 

1,715 



601 
7,621 
1,025 



10,388 

141 

687 

10 

953 
2,721 

22 

1,348 



52 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Municipio and size 
of fann 



Number of famis 



Land in fanns 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Puerto Rico, total .... 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or 
more 

Ad juntas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . < 

Aguada 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . . 

Aguadilla ". . 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . . 

Aguas Buenas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . , 

Albonito 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more ... 

Anasco 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more... 

Arec Ibo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Arroyo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Barceloneta 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 



'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
'180 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



45,792 

22,967 
9,654 
7,788 
2,621 
1,212 
512 

1,038 

1,125 

598 
191 
196 
57 
39 
17 
27 



447 
157 
93 
20 



244 
96 
76 
21 
12 
6 
11 



273 

151 

136 

46 

19 

3 

7 



278 
92 
98 
34 
15 
4 
16 



309 
98 
75 
17 
10 



516 
289 
252 

81 
41 
15 
37 



130 
83 
70 
27 
19 
10 
11 



53,515 

27,985 

10,538 

3,687 

3,166 

1,483 

584 

1,072 



868 
211 
176 
80 
38 
20 
24 



613 
209 
87 
16 
11 
2 
3 



295 

108 

104 

41 

14 

5 

11 



392 

160 

145 

56 

21 

6 

5 



337 
125 
116 
40 
23 
7 
13 



350 
115 
84 
47 
29 
12 
12 



680 
333 
308 
123 
47 
10 
32 



108 
23 
21 
25 
13 
5 
6 



163 
94 
74 
27 
24 
5 
12 



1,682,556 


1,344,886 


115,287 


143,008 


130,077 


144,449 


234,010 


263,720 


176,636 


216,148 


155,767 


194,155 


107,650 


125,439 


763,129 


757,967 


36,960 


40,496 


2,727 


3,749 


2,550 


2,824 


6,016 


5,357 


3,622 


5,329 


4,906 


5,077 


3,753 


4,287 


13,386 


13,373 


10,871 


12,730 


2,347 


3,166 


2,143 


2,789 


2,559 


2,550 


1,294 


1,054 


725 


1,452 


612 


436 


1,191 


1,283 


13,639 


16,857 


1,301 


1,621 


1,307 


1,478 


2,408 


3,288 


1,308 


2,689 


1,428 


1,955 


1,364 


1,058 


4,523 


4,768 


17,567 


17,745 


1,473 


2,116 


2,001 


2,131 


3,994 


4,381 


3,236 


3,747 


2,271 


2,654 


633 


1,312 


3,959 


1,404 


17,199 


20,970 


1,468 


1,775 


1,212 


1,696 


2,916 


3,757 


2,352 


2,655 


1,893 


3,007 


794 


1,557 


6,564 


6,523 


18,483 


23,669 


1,405 


1,593 


1,340 


1,555 


2,247 


2,568 


1,156 


3,375 


1,261 


3,794 


995 


2,581 


10,079 


8,203 


52,795 


54,162 


2,778 


4,300 


4,032 


4,607 


7,782 


9,250 


5,388 


8,571 


5,557 


6,204 


3,096 


2,196 


24,162 


19,034 


6,734 


3,596 


314 


594 


349 


401 


545 


639 


864 


1,851 


1,040 


1,616 


213 


1,075 


3,409 


2,420 


21,843 


22,251 


748 


907 


1,094 


1,310 


2,069 


2,348 


1,887 


1,769 


2,344 


3,215 


2,077 


1,063 


11,624 


11,639 



724,210 

55,803 
54,229 
39,464 
68,973 
61,392 
45,544 

348,300 

20,858 

1,960 
1,688 
3,609 
2,064 
2,258 
1,941 
7,333 

6,060 

1,264 
1,078 
1,336 
571 
455 
425 
931 

6,953 

713 
599 
996 
475 
744 
664 
2,762 

5,261 

695 
790' 

1,217 
842 
367 
267 

1,083 

5,878 

655 
528 
830 
900 
486 
181 
2,298 

10,303 

765 
582 

1,069 
453 
677 
564 

6,193 

24,684 

1,413 
1,808 
2,893 
1,925 
2,201 
1,277 
13,167 

2,987 

167 
180 
215 
371 
522 
56 
1,476 

8,347 

379 
444 
725 
7U 
629 
607 
5,352 



768,861 

72,253 
62,151 
105,233 
86,386 
30,435 
54,270 

307,633 

22,551 

2,516 
1,790 
2,938 
3,052 
2,658 
2,016 
7,581 

6,788 

1,614 

1,245 

1,172 

501 

1,056 

269 

931 

7,921 

892 

768 

1,519 

1,230 

799 

489 

2,224 

5,503 

1,018 
865 
1,235 
1,011 
587 
498 
289 

6,382 

853 
649 

1,333 
657 
669 
294 

1,927 

13,611 

855 
827 
1,340 
2,144 
2,060 
1,418 
4,967 

24,042 

2,419 
2,349 
3,703 
3,374 
2,550 
673 
8,974 

4,652 

357 

181 

234 

1,107 

1,025 

531 

1,167 

8,321 

446 
573 

1,066 
648 
846 
297 

4,945 



601,924 

42,322 
52,457 
96,884 
71,275 
59,893 
38,927 

240,166 

8,403 

452 

540 
1,456 

854 
1,269 

803 
3,023 

3,490 

879 
343 
871 
585 
158 
34 
70 



301 
232 
570 
323 
226 
217 
420 

8,239 

533 
823 
1,878 
1,685 
1,390 
291 
1,639 

9,064 

611 
510 
1,632 
1,148 
1,008 
539 
3,616 

4,728 

472 
637 
924 
544 
450 
170 
1,531 

12,090 

786 
1,056 
2,198 
1,352 
1,409 

626 
4,663 

2,925 

134 
155 
249 
388 
422 
100 
1,477 

4,685 

161 
277 
516 
464 
539 
579 
2,099 



638,828 

46, 586 
52,603 
99,843 
80,876 
67,180 
40,845 

250,895 

9,066 

881 
694 
1,516 
1,451 
1,421 
876 
2,227 

3,919 

1,162 

1,107 

917 

385 

244 

74 

30 



315 
280 
744 
650 
404 
155 
610 

8,090 

781 

843 

2,057 

1,901 

1,262 

475 

771 

10,886 

664 

768 

1,698 

1,335 

1,628 

975 

3,768 

4,561 

4^8 
412 
652 
645 
887 
570 
947 

10,346 

808 
907 
2,286 
2,287 
1,171 
361 
3,026 

2,332 

156 
166 
310 
409 
189 
414 
688 

3,175 

167 
256 
507 
287 
552 
261 
1,145 



121,355 

4,026 
6,593 
14,260 
11,002 
9,779 
7,733 

67,962 



50 
87 
224 
242 
297 
149 
701 



69 
129 
255 
204 
273 
120 
340 



52 
92 
292 
255 
180 
15 
337 



35 
34 
95 
28 
83 
32 
148 

1,270 

70 
53 

114 
47 
52 
50 

884 

4,314 

166 
331 
919 
648 
370 
444 
1,436 

454 

1 

9 

20 

39 

57 



1,944 

22 

55 
102 

80 
173 

70 
1,442 



PUERTO RICO 



53 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Munlclplo and size 
of farm 



Barranqultas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

fiayamdn 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . . 

Cabo Rojo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Caguas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Cainuy 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdls 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Carolina 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Catano 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Cayey 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more. . . . 

Celba 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Clales 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 



Z Reported in small fractions. 
'lOO to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
'ISO to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



Number of fanns 



390 
198 
149 
59 

17 
5 
7 



319 
157 
121 
44 
14 
9 
10 



230 
116 
92 
35 
24 
10 
23 



583 
219 
192 
64 
33 
8 
15 



380 
187 
148 
60 
19 
14 



246 

105 
89 
27 

11 
2 

17 



451 
181 
113 
47 
19 



357 
192 
162 
78 
33 
16 
18 



438 
196 
147 
67 

17 
7 
5 



364 
154 
132 
55 
29 
12 
12 



277 
130 
lU 
61 
31 
9 
26 

1,012 

471 
206 
205 

73 
25 

15 
17 



334 

155 
167 
58 
20 
15 
10 



327 
138 
162 
35 
23 
4 
16 



594 
190 
160 
50 
31 
10 
19 



422 
179 
173 
79 
40 
18 
22 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



18,748 

1,956 
2,653 
4,368 
3,897 
2,331 
973 
2,570 

20,109 

1,726 
2,057 
3,633 
2,850 
1,930 
1,854 
6,059 

38,345 

1,227 
1,520 
2,728 
2,399 
3,205 
1,988 
25,278 

30,050 

2,864 
2,968 

5,586 
4,253 
4,260 
1,573 
8,546 

21,787 

2,105 
2,528 
4,454 
4,072 
2,527 
3,000 
3,101 

19,593 

1,320 
1,445 
2,560 
1,950 
1,294 
460 
10,564 

1,415 
5 

72 

126 

1,212 

28,629 

2,466 
2,428 
3,678 
3,155 
2,404 
1,535 
12,963 

6,723 

462 
636 
935 

1,072 
648 
191 

2,779 

31,295 

1,771 
2,695 
5,132 
5,289 
4,164 
3,389 
8,855 



19,609 

2,323 
2,629 
4,438 
4,442 
2,094 
1,500 
2,183 

23,458 

2,005 
2,127 
4,006 
3,674 
3,866 
2,542 
5,238 

40,605 

1,463 
1,824 
3,379 
4,252 
3,984 
1,955 
23,748 

29,749 

2,383 
2,822 
6,317 
4,965 
3,287 
3,287 
6,688 

22,344 

1,846 
2,169 
5,338 
4,101 
2,538 
3,289 
3,563 

24,016 

1,742 
1,926 
4,903 
2,408 
3,032 
823 
9,177 

1,618 



10 
67 
106 
107 
402 
918 

30,840 

3,193 
2,565 
5,194 
3,487 
3,857 
2,101 
10,443 

7,485 

539 

636 

1,145 

1,051 

518 

258 

3,338 

34,015 

2,079 
2,485 
5,359 
5,505 
5,277 
3,782 
9,528 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



6,619 

1,014 

1,105 

1,600 

1,219 

635 

2U 

832 

7,547 
741 
789 

1,149 
942 
955 
750 

2,221 

16,286 

589 
734 
1,492 
1,458 
1,361 
874 
9,778 

10,971 

1,262 
1,050 
1,636 
1,124 
1,287 
459 
4,153 

10,633 

1,221 
1,299 
1,938 
1,874 
1,067 
1,645 
1,589 

6,775 

353 
412 
924 
763 
343 
169 
3,811 

855 



34 
758 

9,927 

1,062 
772 

1,115 
948 
601 
601 

4,828 

2,386 

123 
143 
260 
149 
270 
136 
1,305 

13,349 

997 
1,244 
2,041 
1,854 
1,194 
1,511 
4,508 



6,097 

1,061 
948 
1,415 
1,317 
444 
342 
570 

10,983 

930 
847 
1,554 
1,368 
1,825 
1,508 
2,951 

16,231 

720 
1,095 
1,758 
2,440 
1,988 

856 
7,374 

12,776 

1,031 
1,(K0 
2,430 
1,667 
1,518 
1,501 
3,589 

11,609 

1,153 
1,232 
2,734 
2,023 
1,095 
1,781 
1,591 

10,232 

674 

652 
2,054 

855 
1,287 

4U 
4,299 

714 

2 

(Z) 

33 

32 

41 

186 

420 

10,870 

1,627 
1,125 
1,711 
1,185 
1,431 
738 
3,053 

3,348 

201 
208 
353 
165 
315 
1 
2,105 

14,765 
1,154 
1,223 
2,223 
2,124 
1,801 
1,761 
4,479 



Past»ireland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



8,779 

696 
1,086 
1,953 
1,936 
1,266 

685 
1,157 

9,785 

770 

987 

2,006 

1,494 

848 

868 

2,812 

14,612 

391 
534 
826 
641 
1,045 
960 
10,215 

14,908 

1,231 
1,466 
2,944 
2,501 
2,404 
821 
3,541 

5,295 

530 
690 
1,132 
895 
682 
600 
766 

9,981 

772 
774 

1,226 
930 
814 
262 

5,203 

242 



14,010 

1,058 
1,297 
2,008 
1,634 
1,558 
755 
5,700 

2,981 

263 
349 
339 
561 
265 
54 
1,150 

9,981 

466 
897 

1,804 
2,120 
1,413 
1,074 
2,207 



8,811 

863 

1,175 
1,962 
2,036 
1,128 
665 
982 

8,648 

747 
855 
1,635 
1,549 
1,416 
752 
1,694 

16,292 

394 

397 

1,065 

1,201 

1,229 

832 

11,174 

11,733 

983 
1,245 
2,649 
2,319 
1,406 
1,139 
1,992 

3,843 

296 
389 
1,003 
774 
395 
394 
592 

8,389 

726 
855 
1,897 
1,095 
1,260 
400 
2,156 

834 

2 

10 
33 
70 
64 
189 
466 

14,860 

1,115 
964 
2,30; 
1,456 
1,436 
1,152 
6,433 

2,965 

247 
272 
614 
629 
136 
252 
815 

9,702 

557 
723 
1,636 
1,493 
1,594 
1,098 
2,601 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



32 
95 
217 
192 
144 
15 
226 



9 
38 
67 
59 
10 
55 
506 

3,044 

104 
124 
144 
58 
276 
106 
2,232 

977 

53 
84 
266 
143 
65 
67 
299 



57 
122 
367 
390 
300 
367 

73 

1,143 

46 
89 
UO 
95 
65 



1,668 

69 
111 
161 
139 
72 
14 
1,102 

461 

25 
35 
95 
100 
56 



52 
121 
299 
472 
356 
294 
415 



54 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Uimlclplo and size 
of faim 



Number of fa: 



I^nd In fams 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Cldra 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-17A cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

CoajQO 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdaa^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Conerlo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20.-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

250 cuerdas or more .... 

Corozal 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas ." 

20.-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Culebra 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more.... 

Dorado 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Fh Jardo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more 

Guanlca 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Guayama. 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Quayanllla 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more .... 



'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
'180 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



365 
114 
89 
21 
10 
4 
9 



234 
158 
131 
54 
32 
16 
40 

506 
223 
118 
U3 
28 
13 
3 
6 



523 
199 
158 
42 
19 
10 
12 

31 
1 



83 
36 
102 
22 
17 
6 
15 



168 
74 
71 
17 
15 
4 
15 



470 

146 

132 

48 

19 

5 

11 



313 
159 
135 
60 
45 
17 
34 

642 
299 
149 
108 
44 
26 
9 
7 



593 
236 
183 
49 
22 



142 
57 
33 
20 
6 
1 
16 



165 
57 
56 
25 
12 
4 
28 



236 
83 
81 
34 
25 
8 
15 



16,006 

1,864 
1,518 
2,681 
1,435 
1,283 
849 
6,326 

45,341 

1,155 
2,271 
3,930 
3,688 
4,145 
3,319 
26,833 

12,151 
1,156 
1,523 
3,140 
1,980 
1,879 
625 
1,848 

22,686 

2,407 
2,658 
4,822 
2,889 
2,396 
2,104 
5,410 

3,609 

3 
63 
273 
576 
465 
424 
1,805 

11,850 

182 
321 
349 
173 
595 



13,936 

261 
441 
979 
603 

598 

885 

10,169 

19,306 

51 

53 

97 

138 

474 

192 

18,301 

35,182 

432 
501 
3,004 
1,508 
2,038 
1,311 
26,388 

22,451 

807 
1,047 
2,094 
1,169 
2,131 

889 
14,314 



21,202 

2,476 
2,028 
3,877 
3,281 
2,384 
1,042 
6,114 

44,799 

1,546 
2,351 
4,066 
4,156 
6,059 
3,719 
22,902 

17,196 
1,562 
2,019 
3,221 
2,915 
3,388 
1,855 
2,236 

25,076 

2,966 
3,114 
5,684 
3,255 
2,898 
1,114 
6,045 

4,465 



78 
225 
489 
279 
833 
2,561 

11,313 

345 
428 
317 
389 
371 
372 
9,091 

16,571 

797 
772 
950 
1,424 
782 
201 
11,645 

17,419 

47 
96 
129 
163 
968 
1,679 
14,337 

34,389 

778 

785 

1,764 

1,752 

1,545 

881 

26,884 

24,303 

1,111 
1,133 
2,376 
2,440 
3,465 
1,731 
12,047 



7,729 

1,009 
686 

1,037 
599 
533 
351 

3,514 

6,966 

462 
903 

1,170 
806 
721 
335 

2,569 

3,645 
499 
560 
989 
500 
454 
196 
447 

8,476 

1,140 
1,079 
1,812 
1,039 
924 
706 
1,776 

737 

3 
14 
49 
53 

US 
52 

448 

5,450 

45 
U9 
93 
25 
129 

5,039 

4,826 

57 
78 
182 
170 
109 
185 
4,045 

2,946 



3 
14 
56 

69 

10 

2,777 

U,813 

243 
134 
951 
442 
193 
91 
9,709 

10,543 

477 

544 
1,076 

657 
1,172 

361 
6,256 



9,006 

1,388 
826 

1,324 

1,096 
774 
314 

3,284 

8,823 

662 
749 

1,002 
355 
862 
696 

3,997 

4,431 
642 
709 
823 
703 
588 
429 
537 

9,319 

1,254 
1,197 
2,129 
1,163 
827 
431 
2,318 



4,382 

118 
115 
77 
128 
39 
231 
3,674 

5,867 

276 
196 
215 
228 
230 
2 
4,720 

3,675 

25 

18 
23 
22 
47 
312 
3,228 

10,398 

373 
246 
466 
422 
342 
120 
8,429 

10,344 

736 
709 
1,232 
1,348 
1,610 
748 
3,961 



6,650 

638 
637 

1,300 
674 
565 
387 

2,449 

25,425 

443 
866 
1,685 
2,102 
2,262 
2,234 
15,828 

6,344 

491 

682 

1,581 

1,125 

1,023 

343 

1,099 

9,901 

960 
1,136 
2,125 
1,366 
1,007 

874 
2,433 

2,067 



40 
163 
487 
220 
252 
905 

3,380 

34 
70 
98 
53 
134 

2,991 

5,690 

175 
317 
624 
389 
396 
671 
3,118 

8,878 

27 

12 

18 

29 

271 

172 

8,349 

13,610 

156 

249 
1,580 

899 
1,490 

954 
8,282 

4,212 

240 
318 
648 
355 
519 
246 
1,886 



8,584 

780 
856 
1,812 
1,589 
1,233 
474 
1,840 

25,646 

638 
1,003 
1,902 
2,203 
3,895 
2,102 
13,903 

8,591 

586 

886 

1,605 

1,418 

2,047 

920 

1,129 

11,563 

1,295 
1,389 
2,612 
1,493 
1,528 
412 
2,834 

3,876 



71 
221 
402 
275 
640 
2,267 

3,312 

94 
148 
116 

89 
153 

96 
2,616 

6,999 

245 
349 
495 
671 
298 
100 
4,841 

8,261 

17 

44 

99 

60 

525 

518 

6,998 

U,637 

276 

375 

1,021 

1,021 

738 

611 

9,595 

5,736 

225 
253 
667 
616 

1,091 
414 

2,470 



34 
66 
98 
86 
25 
57 
55 

7,705 

108 
201 
506 
300 
650 
428 
5,512 

740 

50 

U7 

215 

145 

117 

20 

76 



73 
142 
318 
146 
171 
256 
554 



4 

9. 

4 

10 

40 

350 



1,174 

4 
6 
2 

1 
3 



3,114 



10 
2,970 

5,081 

10 

12 
208 

93 
126 

68 
4,564 

2,366 

22 

73 
157 
42 
196 
125 
1,751 



PUERTO RICO 55 

Municipio Table 2. -NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE BY SIZE OF FARM- 
CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Uunlolpio and size 
of fam 



Otmynabo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdafl 

20-49 cuerdafl 

50-99 cuerdas 

lOO-l?-! cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 ouerdas or more . . . . 

Qvirabo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdaa 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdaa^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . . 

Hatlllo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdafl or more . . . . 

Honolgueros 

3-9 cuerdafl 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdafl 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdafl^ 

260 cuerdafl or more .... 

Amiacao 

3-9 cuerdafl 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Isabela 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Jayu^ 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdafl 

100-174 cuerdafll 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

Juazia Diaz 

3-9 cuerdafl 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdas or more .... 

JUDCOS 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdafl 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdafl or more .... 

I^Jas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdafl - . 

100-174 cuerdafl' 

175-259 cuerdas" 

260 cuerdafl or more 



'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
"180 to 259 cuerdafl for 1950. 



Number of famis 



322 

128 

98 

22 

5 

8 

3 



223 
93 
70 
21 
4 
3 
11 



257 
161 
L33 
56 
25 
6 
9 



434 
152 
92 
19 
8 
1 
5 

860 
387 
228 
156 
4S 
26 
5 
10 



337 
120 
82 
58 
21 



431 

237 

98 

62 

18 

4 

3 

9 



125 
48 
45 
25 
19 
4 
22 



375 

136 

123 

31 

8 

2 

4 

510 

290 

98 
71 
28 
7 
4 
12 



329 
202 
163 
65 
24 
4 
16 



474 

126 

78 

30 

5 

3 

10 

884 
439 
193 
161 
56 
18 



390 
97 
87 
26 
18 
11 
20 



148 
62 
40 
24 
19 
6 
30 

439 
239 
92 

70 
20 

7 

1 

10 



160 
64 
53 
32 
18 
8 
25 



Tflnd In fanns 
(cuerdas) 



11,022 

1,607 
1,688 
2,848 
1,556 
623 
1,632 
1,068 

16,864 

1,104 
1,236 
2,142 
1,468 
481 
662 
9,771 

25,023 

1,403 
2,137 
4,206 
3,846 
3,308 
1,231 
8,892 

6,091 

334 
391 
520 
781 
689 
430 
2,946 

24,698 

2,213 
2,000 
2,684 
1,195 
1,056 
190 
15,360 

22,918 
2,092 
3,090 
4,890 
3,372 
3,351 
1,032 
5,091 

24,747 

1,483 
1,820 
2,512 

4,000 
2,817 
1,938 

10,177 

34,827 

445 

525 

779 

1,131 

1,433 

860 

29,649 

15,326 
1,247 
1,337 
1,873 
1,2a 
521 
589 
8,498 

33,488 

637 

553 

1,456 

1,792 

2,505 

796 

25,649 



12,957 

1,930 
1,812 
3,731 
2,031 
1,122 
416 
1,915 

19,201 

1,465 
1,287 
2,127 
1,828 
960 
364 
10,670 

27,883 

1,794 
2,763 
5,000 
4,573 
2,904 
849 
10,000 

6,584 

495 
354 
497 
710 
273 
467 
3,788 

24,521 

2,474 

1,692 

2,293 

1,994 

551 

705 

14,812 

22,875 
2,282 
2,648 
5,067 
4,011 
2,376 
1,827 
4,664 

26,969 

1,6U 
1,360 
2,803 
1,779 
2,513 
2,282 
14,618 

37,163 

766 
844 
1,270 
1,737 
2,460 
1,263 
28,823 

13,947 
1,182 
1,261 
2,107 
1,359 
905 
186 
6,947 

33,348 

826 

879 

1,636 

2,305 

2,464 

1,675 

23,563 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



547 
557 
850 
484 
47 
685 
535 

7,142 

338 
303 
405 
253 
83 
320 
5,440 

10,477 

733 
1,001 
1,904 
1,865 
1,614 

276 
3,084 

4,248 

190 
232 
304 
411 
493 
368 
2,250 

15,085 

742 
505 
748 
418 
493 
12 
12,167 

9,288 
1,036 
1,485 
1,932 
1,327 
1,402 
204 
1,902 

12,673 

973 
799 
1,348 
2,103 
1,393 
811 
5,246 

17,063 

197 
182 
174 
282 
436 
176 
15,616 

6,060 
379 
343 
396 
475 
291 
165 

4,011 

14,141 

378 
411 
798 
960 

1,122 

338 

10,134 



5,330 

383 
685 
1,590 
804 
406 
232 
730 

7,279 

542 
393 
644 
401 
292 
209 
4,798 

12,542 

1,008 
1,329 
2,460 
2,137 
1,197 
408 
4,003 

4,510 

276 
236 
373 
431 
144 
391 
2,659 

10,538 

919 
457 
736 
701 
100 
347 
7,278 

10,587 
1,274 
1,410 
2,224 
1,657 
921 
1,139 
1,962 

14,145 

1,033 
764 
1,394 
781 
1,199 
1,013 
7,961 

U,0t.9 

337 
388 
463 
529 
899 
364 
U,069 

5,069 
401 
330 
633 
583 
410 
170 

2,542 

10,780 

541 

511 

895 

1,101 

1,150 

859 

5,723 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdafl) 



5,218 

759 
814 
1,446 
827 
304 
658 
410 

6,519 

557 
585 

1,162 
862 
301 
261 

2,791 

7,509 

449 
644 

1,473 
931 
791 
382 

2,839 

993 

122 
136 
136 
301 
172 
15 
61 

6,357 

1,091 

1,062 

1,564 

640 

311 

159 

1,530 

5,857 
580 
771 

1,436 
860 
898 
315 
997 

7,219 

374 
819 
371 

1,052 
622 
606 

2,875 

9,931 

164 
267 
544 
653 
608 
30 
7,665 

7,956 
673 
783 

1,170 
686 
205 
331 

4,053 

12,146 

170 
161 
444 
568 
973 
321 
9,509 



5,495 

702 
769 
1,550 
939 
570 
170 
795 

8,419 

600 
568 
948 
913 
339 
512 
4,539 

6,056 

411 

721 

1,257 

1,141 

651 

99 

1,776 

763 

156 
67 
75 
97 
38 
23 

307 

10,035 

1,022 
857 

1,142 
975 
364 
197 

5,477 

4,854 
464 
533 

1,327 
918 
728 
130 
754 

7,435 

359 
444 
984 
751 
576 
686 
3,625 

12,488 

318 
322 
615 
806 
712 
557 
9,158 

7,023 

523 
647 

1,032 

566 

396 

8 

3,851 

17,383 

211 
290 
560 
958 
1,172 
669 
13,523 



Hot suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



495 

26 
72 

119 
41 
32 

155 
50 

1,011 

48 
82 
168 
111 
52 
25 
525 

2,219 

42 
126 
236 
239 

190 

105 

1,281 

140 

6 
4 
2 
15 
20 
43 
50 



54 
81 
67 
56 
130 

356 

3,172 
165 
289 
512 
350 
405 
239 

1,212 

1,032 

5 
40 
66 

333 
72 
46 

419 

5,301 

30 

23 

17 

98 

161 

534 

4,438 

263 

32 
47 
100 
19 

20 

45 

1,660 

40 
40 
145 
172 
225 
27 
1,011 



56 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Municipio and size 
of farm 



Number of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pasturelond 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-*i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

lOO-lV-i cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^^ . . . 
260 cuerdas or more . 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more. 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas ^ . . . . 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



Luquillo . 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more. 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



Mayaguez 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . 



Moca. 



3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 Cuerdas ' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . 



^100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
^180 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



1,495 

860 
267 
236 
70 
28 
20 
14 

997 
624 
127 
138 
47 
32 
9 
20 



438 

219 

153 

19 

3 

1 

3 

289 

141 



151 
40 
24 



190 
100 
99 
28 
18 
5 
13 



384 
28 
31 
29 
28 
12 
23 



225 

89 

67 

16 

5 

1 



528 

158 
147 
54 
29 
18 
18 



462 
218 

181 
57 
13 



1,776 

1,056 
319 
260 
73 
33 
19 
16 

976 

623 
114 
116 
50 
39 
11 
23 



433 
179 
159 
24 
10 
3 
4 



284 
124 
87 
47 
19 



267 
57 
36 

7 



290 
116 
107 
28 
21 
10 
19 



394 
19 
33 
31 
23 
16 
26 



333 
129 
93 
35 
3 



1,085 

649 

157 
141 
71 
33 

17 
17 

1,048 

525 
227 
181 
70 
26 
10 



35,186 

4,0U 
3,427 
7,051 
4,639 
3,357 
4,240 
8,461 

26,486 

2,450 
1,731 
4,079 
3,242 
4,205 
1,883 
8,891 

16,016 

2,173 
2,871 
4,559 
1,287 
313 
2C>i 
4,609 

20,297 

702 
840 
1,383 
1,108 
1,683 
1,077 
13,504 

8,900 

867 
544 
686 
455 
515 
175 
5,658 

24,740 

980 
1,362 
2,991 
1,769 
2,309 
1,072 
14,257 

20,090 

1,327 
382 
1,015 
2,012 
3,799 
2,597 
8,958 

9,158 

1,224 
1,187 
1,912 
1,136 
730 
199 
2,770 

29,967 

2,372 
2,196 
4,462 
3,803 
3,907 
3,805 
9,422 

22,403 

2,366 
2,903 
5,433 
3,779 
1,589 
1,648 
4,685 



38,409 

4,937 
4,317 
7,934 
4,808 
4,236 
3,988 
8,189 

28,852 

2,612 
1,567 
3,775 
3,394 
5,173 
2,355 
9,976 

17,286 

2,310 
2,469 

4,599 
1,563 

1,171 

610 

4,564 

25,352 
1,544 
1,708 
2,750 
3,171 
2,539 
1,671 

11,969 

12,350 

1,596 
797 

1,008 
487 
959 

1,320 

6,183 

26,826 

1,499 
1,661 
3,275 
1,915 
2,766 
2,152 
13,558 

20,974 

1,313 
273 
1,040 
2,089 
3,153 
3,393 
9,713 

12,323 

1,861 
1,972 
2,779 
2,464 
446 
906 
1,895 

30,423 

2,889 
2,254 
4,297 
5,030 
4,209 
3,497 
8,247 

24,973 

2,828 
3,041 
5,459 

4,732 
3,419 
2,152 
3,342 



20,537 

1,865 
1,466 
3,648 
2,883 
2,451 
3,044 
5,130 

13,380 

1,791 
1,054 
2,286 
1,873 
2,090 
1,000 
3,776 

6,089 

744 

924 

1,211 

399 

44 

66 

2,701 

7,423 

322 
440 
549 
434 
576 
363 
4,739 

3,266 

238 
139 
143 
198 
■157 
34 
2,357 

9,554 

356 

503 
865 
419 
379 
454 
6,578 

12,810 

989 

272 
686 
1,249 
2,497 
1,746 
5,371 

3,535 

431 
327 
475 
353 
431 
21 
1,543 

16,727 

1,474 
1,277 
2,433 
1,975 
2,145 
2,174 
5,199 

11,275 

1,576 
1,632 
2,487 
1,785 
822 
975 
1,998 



21,995 

2,543 
1,814 
4,008 
2,792 
2,610 
2,918 
5,310 

15,454 

1,728 
946 
2,077 
1,886 
2,713 
1,278 
4,826 

5,084 

692 
567 

1,002 
331 
436 
233 

1,823 

11,093 

770 
770 
1,070 
1,258 
1,098 
307 
5,320 

4,622 

526 
191 
178 
156 
259 
390 
2,922 

10,500 

707 
734 

1,343 
520 
838 
490 

5,968 

13,517 

892 
230 
638 
1,334 
2,036 
2,152 
5,235 

4,506 

817 
579 
554 
1,101 
155 
232 
958 

18,965 

1,720 
1,382 
2,405 
3,075 
2,914 
1,896 
5,592 

12,341 

1,805 
1,599 
2,458 
1,895 
1,619 
1,231 
1,734 



10,777 

1,531 
1,484 
2,406 
1,204 
668 
766 
2,718 

7,436 

508 

490 
1,346 

835 
1,231 

628 
2,348 

5,995 

1,021 

1,298 

2,412 

668 

205 

136 

1,255 

8,963 
259 
293 
558 
520 
824 
551 

5,958 

4,801 

529 
295 
395 
172 
299 
100 
3,011 

7,004 

327 
448 
870 
588 
747 
216 
3,808 

4,326 

207 
93 
182 
493 
715 
675 
1,961 

3,731 

507 
577 
869 
529 
141 
116 
992 

7,591 

632 

574 
1,306 

896 
1,093 

758 
2,332 

5,052 

539 
875 
1,823 
1,159 
441 
218 
997 



9,950 

1,486 
1,637 
2,605 
1,236 
756 
513 
1,707 

7,340 

583 

389 
1,190 

959 
1,522 

422 
2,275 

8,648 

1,075 

1,267 

2,533 

942 

533 

287 

2,011 

9,181 

515 
725 
1,283 
1,467 
1,124 
450 
3,517 

5,061 

836 
484 
655 
241 
637 
890 
2,313 

5,099 

308 
341 
729 
539 
422 
582 
3,078 

3,438 

308 
26 
231 
429 
534 
560 
1,350 

5,521 

722 
1,046 
1,629 
991 
229 
315 
589 

6,736 

760 

536 

1,262 

1,206 

732 

855 

1,385 

7,415 

712 

957 

1,966 

1,835 

1,010 

315 

610 



233 
227 
525 
348 
125 
149 
63 

1,548 

45 
38 
98 
85 
153 
31 
1,097 

800 

51 
167 
267 
83 
23 

199 

1,280 

17 
27 
79 
45 

138 
20 

954 



28 
36 
51 
18 
44 
10 
110 

2,363 

90 
136 
501 
301 
174 

49 
1,112 

599 

3 

1 

12 

49 

107 

25 

402 



114 
202 
82 
52 
13 



1,537 

50 
96 
113 
246 
120 
383 
674 



43 
84 
305 
325 
95 
134 
709 



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57 



Municipio Table 2. 



-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE. BY SIZE OF FARM: 
CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Munlclplo and size 
of farm 



Humber of faims 



Land in faims 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland tjsed for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



UoroviB 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-17A cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Na^uabo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Naranjito 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Qrocovis 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-17*4 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Patlllas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-'i9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas ^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Pefiuelas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-17*4 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Ponce 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Quebradlllas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Rlnc6n 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 

Mo Grande 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . . 



'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
'180 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



345 
137 
104 
50 
21 
13 
9 



203 
96 
71 
28 
13 
6 
15 



361 
151 
130 
43 
11 
4 
3 



522 

270 

251 

75 

32 

12 

9 



370 
223 
152 

46 

16 

9 

7 



183 
76 
83 
36 
25 
7 



332 
137 
162 
70 
43 
14 
47 



198 
111 
74 
26 
19 
6 
1 



149 
72 
34 
19 



329 
141 

104 
35 
14 



454 

178 

134 

74 

30 



291 

113 

77 

31 

6 



369 

168 

151 

57 

11 

9 

1 



657 
273 
249 
79 
36 
3 
10 



497 

228 

164 

62 

25 

7 

9 



259 
94 
91 
32 
25 
7 
12 



456 
143 
138 
70 
54 
21 
53 



231 
97 
89 
31 
20 
<4 
1 



241 
79 
52 
16 
7 
1 
7 



278 
13-4 
8i 
30 
14 
U 
13 



19,557 

1,617 
1,819 
2,936 
3,503 
2,722 
2,692 
4,268 

23,950 

1,113 
1,322 
2,107 
1,880 
1,573 
1,122 
14,833 

13,920 

1,843 
1,994 
3,991 
2,830 
1,337 
831 
1,094 

30,267 

2,962 
3,631 
7,612 
5,116 
3,891 
2,433 
4,622 

19,914 

2,070 
3,003 
4,634 
3,172 
1,973 
1,922 
3,140 

24,480 

951 
1,0U 
2,427 
2,458 
3,057 
1,420 
13,154 

58,752 

1,589 
1,862 
5,008 
4,642 
5,508 
3,177 
36,966 

10,734 

1,059 
1,510 
2,217 
1,715 
2,439 
1,193 
601 

13,135 

765 

991 

1,069 

1,247 

500 

8,563 

22,167 
1,692 
1,903 
3,050 
2,234 
1,714 
1,622 
9,952 



24,616 

2,257 
2,458 
3,795 
5,023 
3,979 
1,746 
5,358 

27,032 

1,629 
1,548 
2,297 
2,123 
735 
1,322 
17,378 

16,286 

1,952 
2,230 
4,641 
3,799 
1,303 
1,860 
501 

30,486 

3,633 

3,750 
7,302 
5,245 
4,368 
624 
5,544 

24,768 

2,840 
3,087 
4,949 
4,235 
3,116 
1,479 
5,062 

26,055 

1,257 
1,281 
2,705 
2,305 
3,274 
1,537 
13,696 

64,326 

2,239 
1,934 
4,480 
4,792 
7,308 
4,506 
39,067 

11,594 

1,179 
1,327 
2,835 
1,964 
2,740 
950 
599 

13,266 

1,2U 
1,077 
1,405 
1,122 
807 
225 
7,419 

23,900 

1,700 
1,828 
2,399 
1,879 
1,804 
2,331 
11,959 



8,054 

810 
894 
1,078 
1,291 
1,106 
848 
2,027 

9,892 

232 
239 
344 
599 
494 
416 
7,518 

3,5U 

663 

655 
1,055 
590 
261 
114 
175 

10,233 
1,489 
1,571 
2,621 
1,313 
1,143 
967 
1,129 

7,54i 

896 
1,020 
1,473 
1,078 
780 
921 
1,376 

10,518 

534 

519 

l,t>46 

1,024 

1,139 

652 

5,604 

28,861 

879 
978 
2,544 
2,164 
2,364 
1,079 
18,853 

4,869 

612 
803 
1,178 
810 
BAA 
492 
130 

8,851 

384 
486 
422 
668 
300 

6,591 

6,734 

513 
348 
547 
401 
185 
186 
4,554 



10,253 
1,089 
1,053 
1,550 
2,023 
1,261 
810 
2,467 

11,041 

482 
384 
631 
609 
353 
752 
7,830 

3,983 

708 
734 
1,138 
757 
311 
201 
134 

10,037 

1,949 
1,576 
2,521 
1,498 
1,2U 
187 
1,093 

9,448 

1,400 
1,152 
1,724 
1,743 
1,156 
428 
1,645 

U,363 

860 
733 
1,487 
1,317 
1,927 
578 
4,456 

27,398 

1,472 
1,129 
2,432 
2,574 
3,014 
2,122 
14,655 

5,139 

631 
660 

1,321 
345 

1,333 
139 
210 

8,110 

566 
534 
548 
591 
499 
38 
5,334 

7,756 

552 
512 
670 
257 
783 
658 
4,324 



7,320 

532 
661 
1,259 
1,608 
1,195 
907 
1,153 

9,734 

667 
345 

1,325 
992 
870 
674 

4,361 

6,458 
794 
863 
1,826 
1,503 
684 
240 
548 

13,462 

1,051 
1,487 
3,435 
2,606 
1,771 
9U 
2,201 

9,558 

993 
1,506 
2,371 
1,509 
954 
859 
1,366 

8,582 

338 
376 
1,058 
1,085 
1,245 
519 
3,961 

17,125 

524 
699 
1,725 
1,659 
2,468 
1,524 
3,526 

2,349 

222 

316 
476 
312 
635 
153 
180 



298 
412 
473 
391 
119 



11,047 

973 
1,264 
2,043 
1,528 
1,289 
1,253 
2,697 



9,236 

833 
977 
1,434 
1,855 
1,820 
540 
1,777 

10,507 

873 

854 

1,320 

1,204 

263 

317 

5,676 

7,904 

923 

1,041 

2,411 

2,146 

595 

591 

197 

14,551 

1,216 
1,513 
3,235 
2,559 
2,071 
358 
3,599 

10,287 

1,102 
1,355 
2,001 
1,702 
1,473 
761 
1,893 

9,923 

235 
341 
763 
635 
794 
472 
6,633 

13,091 

478 
531 
1,330 
1,530 
2,269 
1,559 
10,344 

1,939 

201 
257 
442 
321 
364 
269 
35 

2,255 

449 
341 
609 
329 
163 
14 
350 

10,461 

899 
969 
1,280 
1,205 
870 
1,017 
4,221 



50 
52 
148 
86 
148 
358 
252 

1,955 

33 

76 

107 

67 

107 

1 

1,564 

1,222 

123 
155 
421 
213 
67 
53 
180 



62 
103 
300 
269 
131 
203 
405 



239 
458 
204 
89 
12 
160 

1,628 

20 
44 
105 
103 
315 
59 
977 

5,933 

49 
35 
249 
321 
190 
344 
4,745 

1,215 

U7 
204 
253 
284 
255 
102 



33 
98 
66 
10 

620 

1,334 

59 
136 
241 
215 
125 

40 
518 



110 
121 
253 
407 
333 
104 
161 

2,331 

1C» 
80 

175 
64 

165 
1,738 

1,190 

67 
82 
278 
197 
180 
286 
100 



97 
177 
319 
309 
355 
2 
250 

2,043 
U4 
226 
503 
288 
156 
177 
579 



202 
158 
213 
206 
556 

3,548 

73 

71 

239 

195 

1,104 

396 

6,420 

2,034 

144 
161 
523 
468 

376 
287 

75 

1,332 

86 
108 
130 
93 
91 
14 
1,310 

1,401 

76 
110 
132 
105 

57 
140 
781 



58 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



Municipio and size 

of farm 



Number of farms 



Land in fanns 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 
( cuerdas ) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 

(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
{ cuerdas ) 



r 



Hio Piedras 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Sabana Grande 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas** 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Salinas 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

San Geiman 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

San Juan 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

San Lorenzo 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more — 

San Sebastian 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Santa Isabel 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Toa Alta 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-^9 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 

Toa Ba ja 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas' 

175-259 cuerdas^ 

260 cuerdas or more . . . 



267 
113 
50 
15 
6 
1 
6 



161 
62 

56 

18 
8 
7 

13 



367 
131 
86 
54 
13 
14 
23 



731 

407 

292 

56 

14 



750 
231 
225 
78 
30 
14 
27 



180 
83 
59 
24 
9 
3 
12 



337 

146 

107 

29 

13 



186 
62 

70 
13 
12 
5 
16 



438 
176 
Ul 
56 
22 
14 
20 



1,646 

828 

■409 

296 

76 

25 



913 
286 
284 
101 
42 
14 
20 



253 
96 
67 
30 
9 
6 
13 



8,940 

1,361 
1,512 
1,412 
1,059 
707 
249 
2,640 

15,304 

778 
817 
1,860 
1,208 
995 
1,535 
8,111 

33,1»4 

119 
401 
675 
187 
740 
401 
30,661 

27,686 

1,826 
1,790 
2,544 
3,622 
1,817 
3,036 
13,051 



31,077 

3,857 
5,435 
8,689 
3,784 
1,817 
1,415 
6,080 

38,185 

3,466 
3,062 
7,005 
5,042 
4,001 
3,061 
12,548 

17,006 

31 
30 
152 
307 
261 
401 
15,824 

12,749 
964 

1,131 
1,814 
1,604 
1,247 
575 
5,414 

10,250 

188 
111 
317 
510 
465 
396 
8,263 



16,342 

1,764 
2,131 
3,066 
1,997 
1,677 
1,151 
4,556 

16,671 

963 
858 
2,177 
1,016 
1,658 
1,184 
8,815 

34,255 

241 
327 
674 
623 
344 
609 
30,937 

28,430 

2,196 
2,421 
4,131 
3,335 
2,955 
3,060 
9,782 

6 
6 



31,841 

4,410 
5,601 
8,536 
5,146 
3,357 
829 
3,962 

44,764 

4,325 
3,891 
8,763 
6,775 
5,708 
3,105 
12,197 

17,852 

28 
23 
33 
54 

255 

17,459 

15,580 

1,382 
1,364 
2,053 
2,031 
1,106 
1,233 
6,411 

10,649 

208 
213 
458 
529 
879 
1,034 
7,328 



2,623 

393 
384 
308 
283 
124 
65 
1,066 

6,659 

377 
326 
775 
380 
556 
616 
3,629 

10,461 

35 

99 

170 

13 

165 

213 

9,766 

15,339 

1,092 
954 
1,208 
2,080 
1,075 
2,133 
6,797 



8,982 

1,233 

1,407 

1,768 

705 

510 

594 

2,765 

22,436 

2,147 
1,627 
3,726 
2,840 
2,570 
1,901 
7,625 

10,602 

12 
24 
89 

140 
247 

10,090 

7,045 

353 
458 
747 
792 
732 
125 
3,838 

5,206 

74 
46 
129 
304 
186 
209 
4,253 



691 
780 
953 
676 
504 
393 
1,367 

6,835 

530 
380 
893 
364 
676 
733 
3,259 

7,294 

93 
109 
130 
U3 



15,914 

1,248 
1,306 
1,913 
2,403 
1,439 
2,126 
5,479 

5 
5 



11,401 

1,964 
1,884 
2,630 
1,513 
1,082 
393 
1,935 

23,673 

2,403 
1,915 
4,321 
3,223 
3,120 
1,402 
7,289 

9,957 

13 

16 

40 

175 
9,713 

7,585 

707 
650 
928 
962 
713 
603 
3,022 

6,074 

73 
109 
136 
318 
435 
774 
4,179 



5,070 

675 
856 

907 
633 

567 

175 

1,257 

5,306 

256 
234 
566 
521 
199 
564 
2,916 

12,174 

75 
250 
361 
164 
406 
150 
10,768 

7,669 

563 
636 
957 

1,040 
539 
745 

3,189 



16,335 

2,008 
3,059 
5,156 
2,345 
900 
605 
2,312 

10,548 

1,014 
1,067 
2,331 
1,394 
1,010 
942 
2,790 

4,284 

16 
2 



4,240 

3,943 

464 
463 
709 
517 
347 
435 
1,008 

2,255 

78 
49 
107 
171 
219 
162 
1,469 



8,654 
792 

1,026 

1,725 
987 
905 
705 

2,514 

5,989 

286 

264 
727 
301 
363 
278 
3,770 

12,335 

102 
108 
338 
350 
564 
504 
10,369 

7,638 

601 
677 

1,390 
794 
884 
657 

2,635 



13,711 

1,633 
2,337 
3,981 
2,567 
1,547 
251 
1,340 

13,823 

1,351 
1,313 
2,982 
2,373 
1,736 
872 
3,201 

6,511 



70 
6,420 

5,404 

426 
436 
645 
646 
246 
476 
2,529 

2,243 

64 

41 

132 

115 

277 

132 

1,482 



54 
96 
179 
31 
33 
100 
287 

7,300 

6 

33 

91 

1 

155 

25 

6,989 

1,571 

35 
71 
85 
117 
61 
25 
1,177 



162 
265 
436 
156 
36 
16 
257 



100 
109 
253 
229 
78 
68 
236 



1,298 
1 



55 
133 



397 
707 



33 
50 
98 
40 
39 
5 
193 



19 
516 



Z Reported in small fractions. 
'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
^180 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



PUERTO RICO 



59 



Municipio Table 2.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY SIZE OF FARM: 

CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



MuBlciplo and size 
of farm 



Number of farms 



Land In fams 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



TruJlUo Alto 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^... 
175-259 cuerdas^... 
260 cuerdas or more 

Utuado 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^... 
175-259 cuerdas^... 
260 cuerdas or more 

Vega Alta 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas 1... 
175-259 cuerdas^... 
260 cuerdas or more 

Vega Baja 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas^... 
260 cuerdas or more 

Vieques 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas 2 

260 cuerdas or more. 

Villalba 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more. 

Yabucoa 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . 

Yauco 

3-9 cuerdas 

10-19 cuerdas 

20-49 cuerdas 

50-99 cuerdas 

100-174 cuerdas^ 

175-259 cuerdas' 

260 cuerdas or more . 



264 
100 
94 
19 
7 
2 
1 

2,400 

1,157 
542 
434 
144 
73 
25 
25 

326 

147 
79 
71 
14 
5 
3 
7 



196 
77 
69 
28 
10 
2 
22 



308 
Ul 
77 
41 
19 



596 
322 
185 
45 

13 



694 
189 
139 
46 
23 
27 
29 



271 
92 
116 
24 
3 
2 
2 

2,631 

1,327 
591 
454 
137 
70 
26 
26 

530 

283 
L20 
89 
19 
10 
6 
3 



319 

122 

116 

39 

13 
6 
14 



310 
118 
86 
41 
22 
7 
13 



620 
347 
212 
51 
12 
5 
14 



827 
167 
U7 
44 
32 
17 
35 



9,816 

1,440 
1,427 
2,806 
1,199 
955 
464 
1,525 

60,899 

5,769 
7,251 

12,987 
9,357 
9,375 
5,283 

10,857 

13,227 

793 

1,096 

2,027 

917 

664 

674 

7,056 

21,157 

994 

1,047 

1,892 

1,937 

1,238 

447 

13,502 

18,844 

234 
78 
307 
425 
304 
210 
17,236 

17,487 

1,484 
1,495 
2,260 
2,332 
2,407 
839 
6,170 

30,063 

3,363 
4,170 
5,312 
2,949 
1,574 
1,091 
U,604 

36,256 

3,121 
2,502 
4,368 
2,965 
2,922 
5,798 
14,580 



10,679 

1,501 
1,317 
3,471 
1,652 
956 
430 
1,352 

64,209 

6,507 
8,025 

13,796 
9,157 
9,235 
5,613 

11,376 

16,128 

1,481 
1,707 
2,537 
1,275 
1,176 
1,318 
6,634 

27,069 

1,655 
1,651 
3,401 
2,788 
1,763 
1,301 
14,510 

27,496 

223 
128 
506 
239 
395 

26,005 

18,221 

1,502 
1,585 
2,469 
2,377 
2,707 
1,552 
5,529 

32,929 

3,798 
4,665 
6,200 
3,326 
1,633 
1,097 
12,210 

37,772 
3,674 
2,275 
4,301 
3,016 
4,330 
3,574 

16,552 



426 
444 
929 
321 
251 
32 
290 

23,607 

3,486 
3,880 
5,554 
3,817 
4,022 
2,157 
5,691 

6,403 

238 
378 
700 
282 
263 
375 
4,167 

10,706 

492 
366 
736 
305 
572 
60 
7,675 

3,631 

155 

49 

143 

150 

5 

22 

3,107 

7,728 

805 
790 
783 

1,231 
601 
334 

3,134 

13,304 

1,054 
393 

1,U5 
571 
239 
330 

9,102 

17,327 

1,695 
1,314 
2,103 
1,190 
1,684 
2,843 
6,498 



4,513 

621 
499 
1,591 
346 
321 
253 
377 

30,027 

4,059 
4,046 
5,783 
3,651 
4,276 
2,654 
5,558 

5,101 

563 
540 
761 
502 
439 
413 
1,883 

11,607 

809 
659 

1,312 
983 
593 
440 

6,811 

3,260 

123 
70 
173 
127 
140 

2,627 

6,978 

824 
712 
886 
797 
916 
390 
2,453 

12,447 

1,145 

1,093 

1,263 

984 

306 

254 

6,902 

19,131 

2,262 
1,214 
2,086 
1,332 
2,351 
1,737 
8,149 



5,294 

755 
737 
1,421 
734 
460 
277 
910 

20,911 

1,577 
2,265 
4,690 
3,618 
3,448 
1,946 
3,367 

3,669 

242 
299 
511 
191 
243 
41 
2,142 

6,306 

275 
349 
517 
415 
373 
160 
4,212 

10,571 

60 
24 
131 
249 
235 
188 
9,634 

6,472 

539 
502 
991 

1,040 
975 
349 

2,076 

11,888 

1,645 
2,315 
3,013 
1,791 
1,016 
684 
1,419 

11,163 

1,009 
872 
1,692 
1,231 
865 
1,536 
3,958 



4,317 

594 
512 
1,323 
894 
459 
113 
422 

20,755 

1,650 
2,544 
4,720 
3,494 
3,130 
1,715 
3,502 

5,030 

553 
673 

1,071 
443 
425 
520 

1,345 

5,211 

338 
431 
740 
459 
419 
287 
2,537 

11,476 

86 

37 

320 

108 

236 

10,689 

6,672 

444 

550 

335 

1,500 

1,022 

323 

1,498 

13,933 

1,659 
2,356 
3,045 
1,697 
422 
608 
4,146 

11,312 

1,036 
736 
1,423 
1,118 
1,203 
1,275 
4,466 



43 
31 
104 
32 



2,461 

118 
205 
621 
442 
442 
358 
275 



34 
40 
127 
63 
1 
90 
97 

1,240 

48 
75 
165 
294 
166 
134 
358 

1,682 

4 



1,663 

1,047 

50 
51 
113 
159 
297 
81 
296 

994 

200 
251 
333 
120 
33 
41 
16 

3,010 

109 
97 
198 
132 
182 
386 
1,906 



85 
35 

179 

163 

84 

30 

15 



150 
341 
781 
550 
485 
149 
331 

1,902 

119 
144 
212 
129 
97 
163 
1,038 

2,591 

109 
114 
319 
305 
242 
170 
1,332 

2,981 

2 
6 



2,955 

2,318 

52 
90 
274 
225 
330 
185 
1,162 

1,812 

263 
355 
609 
172 
69 
35 
309 

4,371 

135 
126 
375 
228 
264 
333 
2,860 



'100 to 179 cuerdas for 1950. 
'130 to 259 cuerdas for 1950. 



60 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 3. 



-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY TENURE OF 
OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Municipio and tenure 
of farm operator 



Number of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used 
for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
( cuerdas ) 



Puerto Rico, total 

Full owners 

Part owners .... 

K^nagers 

Tenants 

Adjuntas 

Ftill owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Aguada 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Aguadilla 

Full owners 

Part o\ners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Aguas Buenas 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Albonlto 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Anasco 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Arecibo 

Pull owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Arroyo 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Barceloneta 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Barranquitas 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Bayamon 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Cabo Rojo 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Caguas 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Camuy 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 

Carolina 

Full owners 

Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants 



45,792 
41,226 

2,317 
561 

1,688 

1,125 

1,081 

17 

6 

21 

728 

644 
57 



379 

51 
1 
35 



540 
47 



494 
23 

4 
16 



446 

47 

5 

30 

1,231 

1,036 
81 
35 



308 
12 
18 
12 



772 

29 

1 

23 



562 

58 

5 

49 



385 
91 
26 
28 

1,114 

904 
69 

13 
128 



704 
66 



4/45 
33 
11 



53, 515 

47,821 

2,363 

421 

2,910 

1,417 

1,389 
7 



879 
41 



1,682,556 



1,844,886 



578 
500 



688 

35 

1 

61 



597 
31 
3 
30 



573 
36 
10 
30 

1,533 

1,298 
97 
21 
117 



131 

41 

1 

33 



346 
16 
15 
22 



812 
33 
1 
31 



655 
43 



501 
86 

20 
40 

1,012 

841 
60 



681 

53 

5 

20 



586 
59 
10 
50 



,027,037 
230,097 
327,036 
98,386 


1,174,157 
204,469 
340,194 
126,066 


36,960 


40,496 


32,756 

467 

2,558 

1,179 


39,923 
170 

403 


10,871 


12,730 


7,459 

1,727 

1,210 

475 


9,400 

2,470 

375 

485 


13,639 


16,857 


8,711 

3,552 

833 

543 


11,820 
2,470 
1,174 
1,393 


17,567 


17,745 


12,862 

3,240 

289 

1,176 


14,427 

1,599 

12 

1,707 


17,199 


20,970 


12,712 
1,721 
1,140 
1,626 


16,702 

2,953 

400 

915 


18,483 


23,669 


10,653 

2,771 

4,592 

467 


15,533 
1,597 
4,613 
1,926 


52,795 


54,162 


30,332 
5,630 

13,670 
3,163 


35,139 
5,548 
9,988 
3,487 


6,734 


8,596 


2,238 
3,472 


4,990 
2,254 



21,843 

9,314 

815 

11,180 

534 

18,748 

15,680 

1,920 

80 

1,068 

20,109 

11,820 
5,091 
1,060 
2,138 

38,345 

17,888 

10,255 

3,623 

6,579 

30,050 

19,271 
4,095 
2,747 
3,937 

21,787 

16,627 

3,349 

684 

1,127 

19,593 

13,006 
2,253 
2,784 
1,550 



22,251 

11,105 

663 

9,753 

729 

19,609' 

16,194 

2,107 

16 

1,292 

23,458 

15,231 
4,531 
1,434 
2,262 

40,605 

17,669 
4,809 

15,463 
2,664 

29,749 

20,106 
5,074 
1,787 
2,782 

22,844 

17,083 

3,930 

1,322 

459 

24,016 

14,033 
2,280 
3,465 
4,238 



724,210 

425,X2 
101,318 
163,639 
33,911 

20,858 

19,198 
231 
993 
436 

6,060 

3,775 
981 
948 
356 

6,953 

3,986 

1,893 

698 

376 

5,261 

4,072 

847 

65 

277 

5,878 

4,318 
767 
475 

318 

10,303 

5,426 

1,807 

2,843 

227 

24,684 

12,383 
2,337 
8,300 
1,664 

2,987 

852 

1,470 

499 

166 

8,847 

3,022 
288 

5,260 
277 

6,619 

5,487 
760 
45 
327 

7,547 

3,961 
2,563 

478 
545 

16,286 

7,138 
5,329 
2,176 
1,643 

10,971 

6,407 
1,204 
1,552 



10,633 

7,925 

1,956 

325 

427 

6,775 
4,213 

611 
1,380 

571 



768,861 

480, 678 
86,301 

148,709 
53,173 

22,551 

22,317 



U7 

6,788 

4,548 

1,663 

289 

288 

7,921 

5,578 
922 



5,503 

4,459 

421 

2 

621 

6,382 

5,286 
613 
233 
250 

13,611 

8,384 

846 

2,994 

1,387 

24,042 

13,203 
2,816 
6,217 

1,806 

4,652 

2,638 

1,356 

4 

654 

8,821 

3,577 
340 

4,467 
437 

6,097 

5,179 

562 

6 

350 

1C,983 

6,893 

2,506 

501 

1,033 

15,231 

7,124 
2,920 
4,486 

1,701 

12,775 

7,614 
2,532 
1,107 
1,523 

11,509 

8,465 

2,230 

671 

242 

10,232 

4,759 

979 

2,242 

2,252 



601,924 

392,962 
82,198 
85,829 
40,935 

8,403 

7,676 
106 
408 
213 

3,490 

2,813 

513 
72 
92 

2,339 

1,521 
543 



8,239 

5,769 

1,740 

196 

534 

9,054 

6,608 
783 
624 

1,049 

4,728 

3,124 
571 
358 
175 

12,090 

8,087 

1,257 

2,158 

578 

2,925 

1,000 

1,646 

169 

110 

4,685 

2,249 
290 

2,031 
115 

8,779 

7,402 

751 

30 

536 

9,785 

5,819 

2,129 

525 

1,312 

14,612 

6,527 

3,496 

759 

3,820 

14,903 

9,875 
2,224 

1,103 
1,706 

5,295 

4,022 
541 

174 
458 

9,981 

6,721 

1,412 

1,043 

805 



638,828 

417,118 
73,768 

104,576 
43,356 

9,066 

3,903 
32 



3,919 

3,416 

376 

2 

125 

3,158 

2,294 
359 
200 
305 

8,090 

6,530 
716 



10,886 

8,518 

1,807 

76 

485 

4,561 

3,239 
455 
581 
286 

10,846 

7,471 

1,263 

1,439 

573 

2,332 

1,354 

704 

2 

262 

3,175 

2,030 
125 
871 
99 

8,811 

7,229 

1,033 

4 

545 

8,648 

5,524 

1,415 

750 

859 

16,292 

8,029 
923 

6,733 
607 

11,733 

8,539 

1,826 

506 

852 

3,843 

2,875 
720 

151 
97 

8,339 

5,404 
790 
413 
782 



121,35.' 

64,074 

17,383 

31,510 

8,238 



1,750 

1,632 
55 
29 
34 

349 

212 
45 
85 

7 

1,390 

1,123 
257 



957 

135 

2 



343 
25 

10 

76 



555 
175 
395 
44 

4,314 

2,900 
382 
836 
196 

454 

255 
168 



1,944 

525 

18 

1,359 

42 

921 

724 
165 



744 
647 



3,044 

1,745 
922 
229 
148 



977 

637 

204 

5 

81 



,234 

361 

25 

55 



357 

75 
90 
121 



PUERTO RICO 



61 



Municipio Table 3.-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY TENURE OF 

OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



l&mlclplo and tenure 
of farm operator 



Number of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Crpplend used 
for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



CataBo 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 

Managers 

Tenants 

Cayey 

F\ill owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Celba 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

dales 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Cldra 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Coamo 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Ccmerio 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Corozal 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Culebra 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants 

Dorado 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants 

Fajardo 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Guanlca 

Full owners 
Pert owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Guayama 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Guayanilla. . . . 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Guaynabo 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Cjurabo 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 



785 
37 



U2 

22 

1 

21 

856 

778 
29 
9 



560 

25 

6 

21 



597 
37 
10 
21 



440 
34 
4 
28 



912 

28 

5 

18 



117 

5 

10 

14 



260 
8 
S 
5 



311 

26 

7 

20 

586 

533 

25 

3 

25 

425 

359 

27 
5 

34 



1 
2 

1,054 

915 

29 

3 

107 



168 
23 

5 



860 

24 

4 

45 



763 
29 
7 
32 



690 

41 

3 

29 



590 

20 

1 

31 

1,101 

1,019 

47 

2 

33 

32 

31 

1 



109 
9 
5 
6 



239 

11 
6 
19 



255 
15 
10 
67 

482 
419 



587 
33 
2 
57 



448 

27 

3 

32 



432 
312 



28,629 

21,002 

3,852 

3,236 

539 

6,723 

3,710 
940 
700 

1,373 

31,295 

26,880 
1,869 
1,460 
1,086 

16,006 

11,985 
1,123 
1,018 
1,880 

45,341 

25,975 
9,003 
5,533 

4,830 

12,151 

8,696 

1,715 

696 

1,044 

22,686 

18,340 

1,829 

1,550 

467 

3,609 

3,039 
362 



11,850 

2.831 

3,095 

5,170 

754 



13,936 

5,412 
111 

7,446 
967 

19,306 

1,834 
1,007 
15,762 

703 

35,182 

11,607 
7,641 

11,008 
4,926 

22,451 

8,267 
3,698 
9,314 
1,172 

11,022 

8,413 
999 
724 
886 

16,864 

6,422 

3,660 

5,897 

885 



1,618 
1,322 

54 
242 

30,840 

24,268 
1,804 
1,842 
2,926 

7,485 

3,743 
1,534 
1,079 
1,129 

34,015 

30,010 

1,517 

507 

1,981 

21,202 

15,426 
1,275 
3,356 
1,145 

4i,799 

23,938 
10,945 
3,740 
6,176 



14,465 

1,301 

4 

1,426 

25,076 

19,379 

3,804 

566 

1,327 

4,465 

4,394 

71 



11,313 

3,433 

2,315 

4,736 

829 

16,571 

7,071 

581 

7,365 

1,554 

17,419 

6,440 
269 

9,805 
905 

34,389 

12,332 
4,310 

15,096 
2,651 

24,303 

13,365 
1,759 
6,338 
2,841 

12,957 

9,851 
948 
759 

1,399 

19,201 

7,689 
5,499 
4,493 
1,520 



66 

280 



9,927 

6,657 

2,032 

1,116 

122 

2,386 

1,034 
514 
300 
538 

13,349 

U,335 
794 
869 
351 

7,729 

5,641 
501 
451 

1,136 

6,966 

4,715 
964 
870 
417 

3,645 

2,676 
500 
111 
358 

8,476 

7,521 
583 
221 
151 

737 

608 
96 

33 

5,450 

1,083 

1,348 

2,537 

482 

4,826 

1,218 

38 

3,263 

307 

2,946 

272 

206 

2,249 

219 

11,813 

2,591 

1,818 

7,101 

303 

10,543 

3,956 

1,812 

4,163 

612 

3,705 

2,868 
435 
175 
227 

7,142 

1,687 

1,723 

3,437 

295 



714 
467 

31 
216 

10,870 

8,476 
609 
634 

1,151 

3,348 

1,223 
861 
662 

602 

14,765 

12,983 
670 
275 
837 

9,006 

6,236 
613 

1,705 
452 

8,823 

4,733 

1,729 

144 

2,217 

4,431 

3,790 
270 



9,319 

7,174 

1,369 

180 

596 



4,382 

952 

971 

2,144 

315 

5,867 

1,538 
211 

3,622 
496 

3,675 

675 

23 

2,681 

296 

10,398 

2,574 

1,156 

5,806 

862 

10,344 

6,528 

841 

1,707 

1,268 

5,330 

3,824 
376 
516 
614 

7,279 

2,348 

2,335 

2,298 

298 



103 
12 



14,010 

11,217 

1,434 

1,001 

358 

2,981 

1,730 
351 
300 
600 

9,981 

8,640 
608 
334 
399 

6,650 

5,181 
489 
447 
533 

25,425 

14,209 
5,611 
3,189 
2,416 

6,344 

4,428 
804 
541 
571 

9,901 

7,890 

1,060 

723 

228 

2,067 

1,869 
146 

52 

3,380 

652 
1,306 
1,318 

104 

5,690 

2,977 

71 

2,120 

522 

8,878 

498 

756 

7,169 

455 

13,610 

7,598 

3,392 

1,625 

995 

4,212 

2,545 
839 
603 
225 

5,218 

3,912 
283 
474 
549 

6,519 

3,195 

1,388 

1,579 

357 



834 
812 



14,860 

11,906 

869 

945 

1,140 

2,965 

1,812 
504 
282 
367 



9,702 

8,604 
421 
116 
561 

8,584 

6,721 
468 
847 
548 

25,646 

12,796 
7,105 
2,698 
3,047 

8,591 

7,069 
710 

812 

11,563 

8,721 

1,928 

333 

581 

3,876 

3,806 
70 



3,312 

1,118 
834 
873 
487 

6,999 

3,292 
220 

2,711 
776 

8,261 

3,143 

36 

4,660 

422 

13,637 

5,190 
1,455 
5,834 
1,158 

5,736 

3,606 
554 
951 
625 

5,495 

4,260 
417 
227 
591 

8,419 

3,579 
2,089 
1,734 
1,017 



1,039 
47 
575 



300 

17 

144 

2,009 

1,611 
134 
104 
160 

421 

317 

26 

1 

77 

7,705 
3,804 
1,615 
952 
1,334 

740 

552 

146 
10 
32 

1,660 

1,245 
59 

345 
11 

417 

367 
10 



155 
50 



1,174 

91 

1 

1,081 

1 

3,114 

395 

10 

2,692 

17 

5,081 
524 
1,662 
1,885 
1,010 

2,366 

835 

346 

1,050 

135 

495 

252 

187 

49 

7 



487 

219 

245 

60 



62 

Municipio Table 3. 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 

-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY TENURE OF 
OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 





Number of farms 


Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 


Cropland used 
for crops 
(cuerdas) 


Pastureland 


Municipio and tenure 
of farm operator 


Suitable 
(cuei 


for crops 
das) 


Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 




1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1949 


1959 


1949 


1959 


1949 




647 

536 
66 

10 
35 

135 

96 

28 

5 

6 

711 

635 
52 

6 
18 

860 

775 
55 
2 
28 

646 

624 
8 
3 

11 

212 
169 
18 
10 

15 

431 

388 

20 

2 

21 

288 

220 
44 
13 
U 

1,495 

1,473 
7 
7 
8 

997 

982 
4 
6 
5 

836 

737 

76 

4 

19 

289 

255 
6 

12 

16 

235 

218 
2 

3 
12 

453 

403 
30 
7 
13 

535 

522 

2 
5 
6 

408 

379 

17 
5 
7 


303 

683 
47 
11 
62 

151 

123 
11 
9 
8 

726 

671 
14 
9 
32 

884 

771 

66 

1 

46 

649 

630 

10 

2 

7 

329 

275 
23 

16 
15 

439 

385 

26 

3 

25 

360 

261 
60 
15 
24 

1,776 

1,750 

12 

5 

9 

976 

959 
7 

1 
9 

812 

740 

26 

5 

41 

585 

473 

28 

13 

71 

387 

299 

8 

5 

75 

591 

532 

27 

6 

26 

542 

535 

5 

1 

601 

557 
17 
4 
23 


25,023 

12,079 
6,429 
5,480 
1,035 

6,091 

2,093 
825 

2,812 
361 

24,693 

8,327 

6,796 

9,270 

305 

22,918 

18,140 

2,395 

500 

1,883 

24,747 

22,738 

443 

1,366 

200 

34,827 

13,000 
6,634 

11,842 
3,351 

15,326 

9,000 
895 

4,684 
747 

33,488 

9,047 
15,619 
7,196 
1,626 

35,186 

33,006 

582 

1,208 

390 

26,486 

23,488 

287 

1,625 

1,086 

16,016 

9,562 

1,593 

4,381 

480 

20,297 

8,970 

736 

10,029 

562 

8,900 

4,464 
360 
950 

3,126 

24,740 

10,509 
4,134 
6,630 
3,367 

20,090 

15,525 

630 

1,994 

941 

9,158 

7,067 
873 

1,005 
213 


27,883 

17,921 
3,365 
4,443 
2,154 

6,584 

1,986 
232 

4,210 
156 

24,521 

8,386 

658 

12,676 

2,801 

22,875 

18,223 

3,272 

230 

1,150 

26,969 

19,241 

4,313 

3,232 

178 

37,163 

13,072 
2,792 

19,881 
1,418 

13,947 

7,972 
1,746 
3,193 
1,036 

33,348 

11,596 

14,051 

7,220 

481 

38,409 

35,531 

617 

2,109 

152 

28,852 

27,452 
450 
658 
292 

17,286 

10,851 

780 

4,764 

991 

25,352 

12,089 
1,424 
9,188 
2,651 

12,350 

5,623 
683 

5,343 
701 

26,826 

18,287 
2,410 
1,897 
4,232 

20,974 

20,132 
835 

7 

12,323 

9,680 

1,345 

582 

715 


10,477 

5,073 

2,442 

2,403 

559 

4,243 

1,286 
586 

2,055 
321 

15,085 

2,605 

4,517 

7,340 

123 

9,288 

7,043 

1,179 

138 

928 

12,573 

11,811 
277 
475 
UO 

17,063 

8,247 

1,102 

6,931 

733 

6,060 

2,774 
564 

2,456 
266 

14,141 

3,118 

7,119 

3,199 

705 

20,537 

19,126 
316 
781 
314 

13,880 

13,133 
109 
525 
113 

6,089 

2,746 
488 

2,705 
150 

7,423 

3,460 
116 

3,566 
281 

3,266 

899 

243 

747 

1,377 

9,554 

2,718 

1,920 

3,935 

981 

12,310 

10,621 

280 

1,265 

644 

3,636 

2,273 
504 
»i7 
12 


12,542 

7,591 
1,475 
2,312 
1,064 

4,510 

1,233 

182 

3,000 

90 

10,538 

2,535 

350 

6,028 

1,525 

10,537 

7,574 

2,154 

160 

599 

14,145 

10,075 

2,148 

1,859 

63 

14,049 

4,002 

592 

8,903 

552 

5,069 

2,830 
544 

1,385 
310 

10,780 

4,529 

3,468 

2,499 

284 

21,995 

20,292 

354 

1,303 

46 

15,454 

14,884 
199 
254 
117 

5,084 

2,641 
224 

1,943 
276 

11,093 

4,607 

531 

4,312 

1,143 

4,622 

1,458 
368 

2,594 
202 

10,600 

6,448 
870 
905 

2,377 

13,517 

12,999 
514 

4 

4,506 

3,258 
594 
359 
295 


7,509 

3,494 

3,100 

652 

263 

993 

619 
214 
150 

10 

6,357 

4,166 
1,888 

147 
156 

5,857 

4,914 
365 
214 
364 

7,219 

6,572 

113 

451 

33 

9,931 

2,405 
3,543 
1,920 
2,063 

7,956 

5,474 
228 

1,868 
336 

12,146 

4,446 

4,812 

2,086 

802 

10,777 

10,215 
138 

370 
54 

7,436 

6,247 
157 
765 
267 

6,995 

4,691 
789 

1,266 
249 

3,963 

3,485 
482 

4,784 
212 

4,301 

3,045 
104 
151 

1,501 

7,004 

3,414 

1,061 

733 

1,746 

4,326 

3,844 

5 

360 

117 

3,731 

3,352 
255 

124 


6,056 

3,949 

1,086 

601 

420 

763 

352 
25 

326 
59 

10,035 

4,026 
213 

4,812 
984 

4,354 

4,213 
397 

244 

7,435 

5,677 

870 

820 

68 

12,488 
4,712 
1,728 
5,347 

701 

7,023 

3,989 
942 

1,513 
579 

17,383 

5,490 

8,381 

2,375 

137 

9,950 

9,077 
225 
585 

63 

7,340 

6,399 

88 

257 

96 

3,643 

5,707 
427 

2,087 
427 

9,181 

4,919 
746 

2,829 
687 

6,061 

3,494 
252 

1,914 
401 

6,099 

4,752 
425 
121 

300 

3,438 

3,302 
135 

"l 

5,521 

4,662 
387 
150 
322 


2,219 

813 
367 
947 
92 

140 

87 
3 
50 

794 

533 

61 

196 

4 

3,172 

2,331 
403 
116 
322 

1,032 

1,026 
6 

5,301 

1,362 

1,590 

2,040 

309 

263 

182 
27 
25 
29 

1,660 

726 

532 

316 

86 

1,671 

1,612 

34 

16 

9 

1,548 
1,363 

'ao 

105 

800 

661 

104 
7 
28 

1,280 

389 
21 

845 
25 

297 

170 

1 

12 

114 

2,363 

1,079 
566 
295 
422 

599 
339 

250 

10 

548 

471 
31 

'46 


3,311 




1,934 




270 


Managers 


798 
309 




200 




145 




4 


Managers 

Tenants 


51 
1,408 




467 




42 


Jfanagers 

Tenants - 

Isabela 


788 
HI 

3,120 
2,672 




323 


Managers 

Tenants 

Jayuya 

Fxill owners 


40 
85 

993 

815 
155 








22 




7,034 


Full owners 


2,964 
334 




3,674 




62 


Juncos 


573 
4U 




130 


MEinagers 

Tenants 

l£ jas 


1 
36 

1,939 




507 




662 




772 


Tenants 


48 
1,846 




1,780 




2 




40 




24 




1,977 




1,910 




19 




18 


Tenants 


30 




1,196 




759 




42 




315 




80 




1,579 




765 




33 




531 




250 




446 




219 




4 




210 




13 




3,327 




2,492 




201 


Managers 

Tenants 

Ita-Icao 


115 

518 

1,403 
1,374 




28 


Managers 

Tenants 

Maimabo 


1 

659 

425 
141 


Managers 

Tenants 


22 
71 



PUERTO RICO 



63 



Municipio Table 3. 



-NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE, BY TENURE OF 
OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



lAjnlclplo and tenure 
of farm operator 



Nxjmber of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland lised 
for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastiireland 



Suitable for crops 

(cuerdas) 



Not suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Mayagiiez 

Full owners 
Part owners 

Jtenagers 

Tenants 

Moca 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . , 
Tenants 

Morovls 

Pull owners . 
Part owners . 

tfenagers 

Tenants 

Naguabo 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Naranjito 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Orocovis 

Full owners . 
Part owners , 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

PatlUas 

Full owners . 
Part owners . 
Managers . . . . 

Tenants 

Pefiuelaa 

Full owners , 
Part owners , 
Managers ... 
Tenants 

Pence 

Full owners , 
Part owners 
Managers ... 
Tenants 

Quebradillas . . , 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers ... 
Tenants .... 

RlncCTi 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers — 
Tenants .... 

R^o Grande 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Rl'o Pledras . . . 

Full owners 
Part owners 
)&nagers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Sabana Grande . 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Nbnagera . . . 
Tenants — . 

Salinas 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

San German .... 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 



876 
30 
18 
28 



879 
28 



625 

21 

5 

27 



313 

61 

5 

53 



667 
16 



1,171 

1,077 
45 



740 
38 
7 
38 



375 
32 
7 
11 



713 
21 
18 
53 



392 
20 



227 

40 

3 

15 



603 

16 

6 

21 



418 
21 



286 
29 

4 



952 
27 
15 
91 

1,048 

960 

58 

3 

27 



791 
27 
2 
68 



446 
52 



703 

30 

1 

32 



1,228 
26 



852 
73 
1 
66 



482 
23 

1 
14 



856 
22 
23 
34 



435 
22 
2 
14 



352 

36 

3 

12 



475 

37 

6 

46 



578 
31 
2 
37 



317 

19 

3 

25 



736 

70 

8 

43 



29,967 

20, 574 

5,439 

3,298 

656 

22,403 

16,723 

4,300 

300 

1,080 

19,557 
16,164 

2,177 
195 

1,021 

23,950 

7,942 
4,417 
8,361 
3,230 

13,920 

12,500 
886 
200 
334 

30,267 

25,336 

3,467 

474 

990 

19,914 

16,244 

2,005 

503 

1,162 

24,480 

14,889 

5,329 

4,057 

205 

58,752 

33,646 
2,427 

17,041 
5,638 

10,734 

7,716 

1,648 

1,069 

301 

13,135 

3,543 

2,033 

7,210 

349 

22,167 

13,829 
3,312 
3,861 
1,165 

8,940 

6,260 

2,143 

175 

362 

15,304 

12,055 

1,889 

909 

451 

33,184 

9,736 

187 

20,894 

2,367 

27,686 

14,511. 

10,820 

1,419 

936 



30,423 

20,829 
1,184 
5,129 
3,281 

24,973 

19,200 

4,559 

422 

792 

24,616 

20,037 
1,859 
1,055 
1,665 

27,032 

7,561 
4,029 
13,668 
1,774 

16,286 

13,172 

1,993 

5 

1,116 

30,4«6 

25,940 
2,980 

1,566 

24,768 

17,346 

4,634 

397 

2,391 

26,055 

14,679 
1,947 
8,012 
1,417 

64,326 

36,789 
1,302 

22,792 
3,443 

11,594 

9,662 

784 

84 

1,064 

13,266 

5,135 

6,918 

889 

324 

23,900 

13,227 
2,409 
6,383 
1,881 

16,342 

11,263 

2,350 

687 

2,022 

16,671 
11,241 
2,698 
1,486 
1,246 

34,255 

10,070 
3,021 

12,475 
8,689 

28,430 

14,975 
9,473 
2,302 



16,727 

11,803 

3,463 

1,185 

276 

11,275 

3,528 

2,114 

148 

485 

8,054 

6,230 

1,323 

63 

438 

9,892 

2,926 
1,561 
3,726 
1,677 

3,513 

3,253 

113 

32 

115 

10,233 

8,677 
867 
272 
417 

7,544 

6,334 
544 
282 
384 

10,518 

5,750 

2,658 

2,042 

68 

28,661 

15,077 

648 

11,347 

1,789 

4,869 

3,476 
859 
316 
218 

8,851 

1,865 

1,130 

5,620 

236 

6,734 

2,659 

1,650 

2,121 

304 

2,623 

1,399 

1,090 

58 

76 

6,659 

5,237 
692 
357 
173 

10,461 

4,739 
15 

5,689 
18 

15,339 

8,083 

5,562 

1,032 

662 



18,965 

12,547 

900 

3,216 

2,322 

12,341 

8,786 

2,779 

306 

470 

10,253 

8,326 
715 
425 
787 

U,041 

2,280 

1,853 

5,981 

927 

3,983 

3,270 

479 

3 

231 

10,037 

6,650 
705 



6,650 
1,834 



11,363 

7,536 
841 

2,800 
186 

27,398 

15,929 

559 

9,636 

1,272 

5,139 

4,266 

427 

61 

385 

8,110 

2,425 

4,899 

631 

155 

7,756 

3,417 
805 

2,763 
771 

5,364 

3,660 

1,012 

181 

511 

6,835 

5,009 

1,261 

352 

213 

7,294 

1,102 

119 

3,626 

2,447 

15,914 

8,156 
4,955 
1,605 
1,198 



7,591 

4,889 

1,522 

1,048 

132 

6,052 

4,616 

954 

65 

417 

7,320 

6,326 
504 
103 
387 

9,734 

3,691 

2,285 

2,675 

683 

6,456 

5,909 

378 

53 

116 

13,462 

10,956 

1,920 

154 

432 

9,558 

7,508 

1,231 

207 

612 

8,582 

5,711 

1,195 

1,568 

108 

17,125 

11,846 
1,195 
1,761 
2,323 

2,349 

1,799 
244 

272 
34 

2,306 

1,244 

500 

493 

69 

11,047 

9,473 

571 
195 
808 

5,070 

3,886 

839 

84 

261 

5,306 

3,779 
782 
517 
228 

12,174 

2,919 

158 

6,862 

2,235 

7,669 

4,802 

2,438 

224 

205 



6,736 

5,057 
113 

1,241 
325 

7,415 

6,277 
861 
95 
162 

9,236 

7,358 
661 
429 



10,507 

3,926 

1,524 

4,426 

629 

7,904 

6,419 

906 

1 

578 

14,551 

11,941 
1,833 



10,287 

7,130 

1,748 

306 

1,103 

9,923 

4,086 
705 

5,027 
105 

18,091 

13,152 

501 

3,917 

521 

1,939 

1,681 

84 

20 

154 

2,255 

1,579 

479 

81 

116 

10,461 

5,729 

1,089 

2,883 

760 

8,654 

5,955 

1,021 

286 

1,390 

5,969 

3,572 
950 
938 
529 

12,335 

3,633 

727 

5,851 

2,124 

7,638 

4,376 

2,479 

493 

290 



1,687 

1,163 

87 

432 

5 

1,697 



725 
31 
59 

1,094 

985 
52 
10 
47 



189 
259 
913 
594 

1,222 

1,067 

123 

5 

27 

1,473 

1,403 
40 



1,054 
112 



1,628 

1,048 

546 

25 

9 

5,933 

2,646 
404 

2,161 
722 

1,215 

955 

196 

33 

31 



150 
91 

613 
16 



774 

53 

500 



143 
72 



731 
140 



7,300 
1,079 



6,109 
112 



1,571 

453 
1,117 



64 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 3. -NUMBER OF FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE. BY TENURE OF 

OPERATOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



st 






Municipio and tenure 
^ of farm operator 



Number of farms 



Land in farms 
(cuerdas) 



Cropland used 
for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Pastureland 



Suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



Not' suitable for crops 
(cuerdas) 



San Juan 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

San Lorenzo. . . 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

San Sebastian. 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . 
Tenants .... 

Santa Isabel . . 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers ... 
Tenants .... 

Toa Alta 

Full owners 
Part owners 

Managers 

Tenants .... 

Toa Ba ja 

Full owners 
Part owners , 

Managers 

Tenants .... 

Trujillo Alto. , 

Full owners 
Part ovmers , 
Managers . . . , 
Tenants .... 

Utuado 

Full owners . 
Part owners , 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants 

Vega Alta 

Full owners , 
Part owners , 
hfenagers . . . . 
Tenants 

Vega Ba Ja 

Full owners , 
Part owners , 
Managers . . . , 
Tenants .... 

Vieques 

Full owners , 
Part owners , 

Managers 

Tenants 

Villalba 

Full owners , 
Part owners 
Managers . . . . 
Tenants .... 

Yabucoa 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers . . . , 
Tenants .... 

Yauco 

Full owners 
Part owners 
Managers ... 
Tenants .... 



1,519 

1,377 
78 

3 
61 

1,355 

1,270 
55 
10 
20 

42 

10 

26 
6 



337 
li 



431 

36 

8 

12 

2,400 

2,298 
52 
3 

47 

326 

305 

12 

6 

3 



371 
10 
12 



524 

25 

5 

20 

1,173 

1,122 

31 

5 

15 

1,147 

1,068 
44 

5 

30 



1,&46 

1,502 
59 
3 
82 

1,660 

1,564 
58 
7 
31 

26 

8 

3 

U 

4 



417 

29 

5 

23 



457 
36 



2,631 

2,324 

56 

2 

249 

530 

462 

15 

2 

51 



558 
11 
7 
53 



526 

34 

3 

34 

1,261 

1,183 

28 

8 

42 

1,259 

1,165 

51 

41 



31,077 

23,297 

4,664 

922 

2,194 

38,185 

26,769 
6,333 
4,058 
1,025 

17,006 
787 

15,828 
391 

12,749 

8,037 

1,540 

2,353 

819 

10,250 

2,614 
3,919 
2,419 
1,298 

9,816 

5,919 

1,767 

1,871 

259 

60,899 

54,701 
3,997 
1,123 
1,078 

13,227 

8,155 

673 

4,336 

63 

21,157 

10,453 

2,306 

7,978 

420 

18,S44 

1,916 

320 

16,578 

30 

17,487 

13,838 

1,311 

1,776 

562 

30,063 

17,218 

3,277 

9,247 

321 

36,256 

26,976 
6,656 

907 
1,717 



31,841 

25,697 
3,103 

1,315 
1,726 

44,764 

34,302 
6,236 

3,454 
772 

17,852 

775 

1,415 

14,816 

846 

15,580 

10,249 

2,037 

2,612 

682 

10,649 

2,633 

2,206 

5,057 

753 

10,679 

8,578 
1,518 



64,209 

59,289 

1,626 

212 

3,082 

16,128 

9,264 

325 

5,414 

1,125 

27,069 

14,191 
2,314 
9,530 
1,034 

27,496 

988 

3,267 

19,904 

3,337 

18,221 

13,672 
1,900 
1,575 
1,074 

32,929 

19,151 
1,719 

10,233 
1,826 

37,772 

29,692 
5,248 

1,110 
1,722 



8,982 

5,611 

2,007 

549 

815 

22,436 

15,237 

3,815 

2,625 

759 

10,602 
185 



7,045 

4,100 

1,029 

1,544 

372 

5,206 

1,090 

2,244 

1,771 

101 

2,693 

1,763 
533 
324 
73 

28,607 

25,976 

1,757 

499 

375 

6,403 

4,064 

400 

1,905 

34 

10,706 

4,285 

1,517 

4,722 

182 

3,631 

578 

119 

2,907 

27 

7,728 

5,832 
823 
828 
245 

13,304 

3,993 

1,236 

8,020 

55 

17, 327 

13,568 

2,899 

421 

439 



8,445 
1,415 



23,673 

17,494 
3,764 
1,938 

477 

9,957 
29 

216 
9,458 

254 

7,585 

4,980 
802 

1,461 
342 

6,074 

1,259 
980 

3,305 
530 

4,513 

3,530 
722 



30,027 

27,950 

684 

148 

1,245 

5,101 

3,177 

81 

1,447 

396 

11,607 

5,676 

1,377 

4,211 

343 

3,260 

420 

369 

2,405 

66 

6,978 

4,960 
843 
821 
354 

12,447 

4,667 
1,024 
5,754 
1,002 

19,131 

15,070 

2,477 

545 

1,039 



16,385 

13,137 

2,214 

285 

749 

10,548 

8,412 

1,181 

756 

199 

4,284 
501 

3,780 
3 

3,943 

2,853 
314 
409 
367 

2,255 

1,126 
786 
98 
245 

5,294 

3,096 
830 

1,171 
147 

20,911 

18,611 

1,527 

408 

365 

3,669 

1,652 

126 

1,883 



6,306 

3,144 

372 

2,684 

106 

10,571 

1,186 

192 

9,192 



6,472 

5,209 
337 
730 
196 

11,888 

9,621 

1,781 

296 

190 

11,163 

8,720 

1,746 

106 

591 



13,711 

11,443 

1,194 

228 

846 

13,828 

11,226 

1,585 

841 

176 

6,511 

734 
1,161 

4,139 
477 

5,404 

3,497 
909 
781 
217 

2,243 

751 
591 
785 
U6 

4,317 

3,588 
533 



20,755 

19,056 

520 

56 

1,123 

5,030 

3,525 
157 
824 
524 

5,211 

2,821 

93 

2,042 

255 

11,476 

520 
1,321 
6,924 
2,711 

6,672 

5,405 

695 

43 

524 

13,933 

9,242 
551 

3,508 
632 

11,312 

9,112 

1,524 

200 

476 



1,328 

1,176 
72 
13 

67 

1,073 

856 
179 



1,298 
64 



849 
385 



292 
24 

U9 
23 



60 

80 

250 

152 



184 

59 

244 



2,461 

2,233 
146 
16 
66 

452 

251 

96 

101 



1,240 

1,043 
148 



1,682 
19 

1,663 



911 

61 
41 



921 
18 
30 



3,010 

1,727 

1,081 

141 

61 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 65 

Municipio Table 4.-LAND OWNED, RENTED, AND MANAGED BY FARM OPERATORS: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 





Land In 
(cuer 


farms. 


Lane 


owned by farm operators 


Land rented from others by 
farm operators 


Land managed by 


farm operators 


Land rented to others by 
farm operators 


Itmlciplo 


das) 


Farms 
reporting 


Cuerdas 


Farms 
reporting 


Cuerdas 


Farms 
reporting 


Cuerdas 


Farms 
reporting 


Cuerdas 




1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 




1,682,556 

36,960 
10,871 
13,639 
17, 567 
17, 199 

18,483 
52,795 
6,734 
21,843 
18,748 

20,109 
38,345 
30,050 
21,787 
19, 593 

1,415 
28,629 

6,723 
31,295 
16,006 

45,341 
12,151 
22,686 
3,609 
U,850 

13,936 
19,306 
35,182 
22,451 
11,022 

16,864 
25,023 
6,091 
24,698 
22,918 

24,747 
34,827 
15,326 
33,488 
35,186 

26,486 
16,016 
20,297 
8,900 
24,740 

20,090 
9,158 
29,967 
22,403 
19,557 

23,950 
13,920 
30,267 
19,914 
24,480 

58,752 
10,734 
13,135 
22,167 
8,940 

15,304 
33,184 
27,686 

31,077 

38,185 
17,006 
12,749 
10,250 
9,816 
60,899 

13,227 

21,157 
18,844 
17,487 
30,063 
36,256 


1,844,886 

40,496 
12,730 
16,857 
17,745 
20,970 

23,669 
54,162 
8,596 
22,251 
19,609 

23,458 
40,605 
29,749 
22,844 
24,016 

1,618 
30,840 

7,485 
34,015 
21,202 

44,799 
17, 196 
25,076 
4,465 

U,313 

16,571 
17,419 
34,389 
24,303 
12,957 

19,201 
27,883 
6,584 
24,521 
22,875 

26,969 
37,163 
13,947 
33,348 
38,409 

28,852 
17,286 
25,352 
12,350 
26,826 

20,974 
12,323 
30,423 
24,973 
24,616 

27,032 
16,286 
X,486 
24,768 
26,055 

64,326 
11, 594 
13,266 
23,900 
16,342 

16,671 
34,255 
28,430 
6 
31,841 

44,764 
17,852 
15,580 
10,649 
10,679 
64,209 

16,128 
27,069 
27,496 
18,221 
32,929 
37,772 


43,547 

1,098 
701 
430 
587 
517 

494 
1,117 
111 
320 
801 

620 
476 
973 
770 
478 

4 
822 
164 
807 
585 

634 

474 

940 

29 

83 

122 
23 
268 
337 
558 

386 
602 
124 
687 
830 

632 
187 
408 
265 
1,480 

986 
813 
261 
220 
434 

524 
396 
906 
907 
547 

374 
683 
1,122 
778 
407 

734 
412 
267 
619 
439 

315 
77 
674 

1,455 

1,325 

10 

351 

74 

467 

2,350 

318 
381 
63 
549 
1,153 
1,112 


50,172 

1,395 
920 
544 
723 
628 

609 
1,396 
172 
362 
845 

696 
587 
901 
732 
645 

8 
944 
191 
884 
792 

732 

610 

1,066 

32 

118 

250 
36 
270 
443 
620 

475 
728 
134 
685 
837 

640 
298 
411 
321 
1,762 

966 
766 
501 
307 
559 

541 
574 
979 
1,018 
818 

498 
733 
1,254 
925 
505 

878 
457 
388 
511 
609 

336 

111 

806 

1 

1,558 

1,622 

11 

446 

80 

493 

2,378 

477 
569 
70 
560 
1,211 
1,214 


1,175,333 

33,215 
8,567 
10,929 
15,052 
14,765 

11,719 
37,244 
4,171 
10,109 
17,320 

14,216 
24,920 
22,619 
19,003 
14,266 

964 
23,9U 
4,065 
28,195 
12,803 

31,242 
9,476 

20,040 
3,311 
4,592 

5,474 
2,000 
18,369 
10,347 
9,124 

8,459 
16,467 

2,495 
12,262 
20,207 

22.936 
17,613 
9,611 
18,085 
33,345 

23,664 
10,871 
9,525 
4,605 
13,274 

16,673 
7,592 
24,542 
18,921 
18,188 

11,050 
12,828 
26,620 
17,592 
18,837 

35,748 
8,663 
4,650 

15,109 
7,560 

13,743 
9,861 
20,439 

25,884 

30,368 
789 
8,935 
4,917 
6,831 

56,742 

8,479 
11,908 

2,065 
14,550 
19,086 
30,716 


1,306,297 

40,059 
10,886 
12,851 
15,295 
18,102 

16,294 
39,285 
6,376 
11,525 

17,443 

18,162 
20,625 
23,458 
20,436 
15,668 

1,352 
25,393 

4,201 
31,133 
16,333 

29,977 
15,239 
21,965 
4,414 
4,761 

7,266 
6,754 
15,873 
14,604 
10,780 

9,854 
20,708 
2,090 
8,822 
20,840 

22,655 
14,564 
9,178 
19,509 
36,004 

27,762 
11,625 
13,181 
5,979 
20,443 

20,499 
10,686 
21,801 
22,845 
21,462 

10,444 
14,624 
28,515 
20,123 
15,951 

37,450 
10,258 
11,942 
14,217 
12,584 

12,929 
10,639 
21.196 
6 
27,259 

37,404 
1,474 

11, 576 
4,241 
9,299 

61,164 

9,499 
15,433 

3,266 
15,718 
20,377 
31,692 


4,005 

38 
81 
86 
91 
39 

77 
160 
63 
24 

52 

107 
119 
197 
104 
41 

4 
52 
43 
69 
46 

58 

62 

46 

5 

6 

19 
10 
13 
46 
50 

61 
101 
34 
70 
83 

19 
33 

15 

9 
95 
22 
14 
43 

8 
24 
58 
62 
48 

114 
35 

87 
76 
43 

74 
31 
55 
37 
36 

37 
7 
55 

139 

75 

6 

25 

15 
48 
99 

15 
21 
7 
45 
46 
74 


5,283 

29 
60 
72 
96 

60 

66 
216 

75 
39 
64 

102 
127 
162 
75 

109 

2 

136 
38 
69 
61 

69 
51 
80 
1 
15 

30 
8 
82 
59 
91 

59 
109 
19 
47 
1X2 

17 
39 
51 
85 

21 

16 
67 
99 
63 
53 

6 
40 
118 
84 
95 

86 
63 
79 
139 
38 

57 
36 
48 
83 
73 

45 
24 
113 

143 

90 
7 
52 
18 
60 
304 

66 
66 
17 
68 
72 
92 


>04,738 

1,341 
1,323 
2,432 
2,472 
2,505 

2,240 
5,528 
2.382 
700 
2,181 

4,970 
10,270 
6,100 
2,842 
2,714 

1,016 
1,973 
1,976 
1,875 
2,385 

8,757 
2,079 
1,104 
308 
2,096 

1,016 
1,544 
6,647 
2,915 

1,405 

3,007 
3,598 
817 
3,248 
3,028 

455 
5,428 
1,182 
8,559 

656 

1,237 
1,319 
795 
3,345 
5,014 

1,429 
562 
2,341 
3,365 
2,093 

4,663 
939 
3,420 
1,902 
2,132 

6,810 
1,071 
1,688 
3,244 
1,245 

1,499 
2,429 
6,167 

4,878 

4,340 
391 
1,566 
3,041 
1,333 
3,190 

414 
1,286 

203 
1,405 
2,051 
4,857 


219,981 

473 
1,493 
3,041 
2,599 
2,732 

2,840 
5,704 
2,637 
1,132 
2,235 

4,651 
4,705 
5,486 
1,784 
5,264 

242 
3,750 
2,258 
2,559 
1,637 

11,281 

2,275 

2,749 

51 

1,856 

1,945 
1,040 
5,294 
3,630 
1,771 

4,947 
3,091 
298 
3,572 
2,222 

1,104 
2,994 
1,651 
6,783 
296 

436 
1,184 
3,413 
1,030 
5,070 

475 
1,401 
3,611 
2,009 
2,463 

3,048 
1,985 
2,239 
4,545 
2,161 

4,213 
1,376 
1,530 
3,454 
3,164 

2,322 
U,141 
5,536 

3,547 

4,189 
1,658 
1,447 
1,605 
1,512 
3,574 

1,327 
2,165 
5,706 
1,857 
2,451 
5,065 


561 

6 

3 
1 
4 
4 

5 
35 

2 
18 

1 

5 
26 

13 
8 
11 

7 
1 
9 
6 

10 
4 
5 

"s 

10 
8 
3 
7 
3 

5 
10 

5 
6 

3 

10 
2 

13 
7 

6 

4 

12 

3 

7 

5 
5 
18 
7 
5 

5 

1 
7 
7 
7 

18 

L2 

3 

6 

4 

4 
22 
4 

"3 

10 

26 

8 

3 

8 

3 

6 

L2 
4 
5 
5 

5 


421 

"2 

7 
1 
3 

10 

21 

1 

15 

1 

4 

20 

8 

5 

10 

1 
3 
5 
4 
7 

3 

1 
2 

5 

6 
7 
10 
4 
2 

3 
11 
9 
9 

1 

2 
16 

3 
15 

5 

1 
5 
13 
5 
6 

4 
15 
3 
2 

8 

1 

1 
1 

23 
2 

3 
6 
2 

3 

8 
8 

"3 

7 
11 
5 

7 

"2 

2 

7 
2 
3 
8 
2 


329,678 

2,558 

1,210 

833 

289 

1,140 

4,911 

13,717 

688 

11,180 

80 

1,060 
3,623 
2,747 
684 
2,784 

3,236 

700 
1,460 
1,088 

5,533 

776 

1,550 

5,180 

7,446 
15,762 
11,008 

9,357 
924 

5,897 
5,480 
2,863 
10,083 
500 

1,366 
11,864 
4,767 
7,351 
1,208 

1,625 
4,361 
10,179 
970 
6,693 

1,994 

1,005 

3,731 

300 

195 

8,361 
200 
474 
503 

4,057 

17,041 
1,069 
7,218 
3,861 

175 

909 

20,894 

1,419 

952 

4,058 
15,828 
2,353 
2,419 
1,871 
1,123 

4,336 
7,978 
16,578 
1,831 
9,267 
907 


342,448 

375 

1,182 

12 

40O 

4,758 

9,988 

8 

9,753 

16 

1,446 
15,595 
1,787 
1,322 
3,465 

54 
1,842 

1,092 

507 

3,356 

3,740 

4 

566 

4,736 

7,364 
9,805 
15,096 
6,338 
759 

4,493 
4,443 
4,210 
12,688 
230 

3,232 
19,881 
3,193 
7,697 
2,109 

658 
4,999 
9,188 
5,343 
1,897 

582 
5,129 

422 
1,377 

13,668 

5 

397 
8,496 

22,792 

84 

901 

6,383 

699 

1,486 
12,475 
2,302 

1,315 

3,454 
14,816 
2,612 

5,057 

212 

5,414 

9,530 
19,904 

1,575 
10,574 

1,160 


555 

4 

18 
15 
12 
11 

7 
23 
14 

3 
9 

14 
15 

27 
19 
7 

3 
13 
1 
4 
12 

5 
6 
3 
1 
2 

4 
5 
7 

5 
15 
6 
9 
16 

1 
3 
7 
11 
1 

1 
14 
2 
1 
5 

1 
1 
7 
15 
5 

7 
6 
12 
8 
3 

11 
3 

10 
1 
1 

7 

'10 

20 

16 

1 
4 
2 
10 
9 

1 
1 
1 
7 
8 
6 


750 

6 
6 
14 
14 
9 

12 
24 
10 
6 
7 

17 
21 
30 
22 
29 

1 
10 
4 
7 
10 

6 
10 
12 

1 

2 
1 

8 
2 
10 

6 
17 
3 
7 
23 

2 
4 
6 

10 

1 
12 
13 
1 
9 

'10 
16 
29 
16 

11 
8 
16 
18 
8 

8 
8 
4 
8 
9 

3 

13 

26 

25 

1 
4 
4 
7 
20 

6 
6 
2 
20 
15 
4 


27,193 

154 
229 
555 
246 
1,211 

387 
3,694 
507 
146 
833 

137 

468 

1,416 

742 
171 

565 
491 
18 
235 
270 

191 

180 

8 

10 
18 

842 
168 
431 

499 
522 
84 
895 
817 

10 

78 

234 

507 
23 

40 
555 
202 

20 
241 

6 

1 

647 

183 

919 

124 
47 

247 
83 

546 

847 

69 

421 

47 
40 

847 

339 

637 

581 
2 
105 
127 
219 
156 

2 
15 

2 
299 
361 
224 


23,840 


Ad JuntBB 

Aguada 

AeuadlllB 


36 
24 
217 
161 


Albonlto 


264 


A&asco 

Areclbo 


223 
815 


Arroyo 

Barceloneta 

Barranqultae 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 


425 
159 
85 

801 
320 
982 
698 
381 




30 




145 


Celba 


66 




184 




124 




199 




322 




204 








40 


Fajardo 


4 
180 




1,874 


Guayanllla 

Guaynabo 

Gurabo 


269 
353 

93 
359 




14 




561 
417 


Jayuya 


22 
276 






Lajas 


641 








4 


Lofza 


522 

430 


Manatf 


2 
584 




346 


Hayaguez 

Moca 


118 
303 
686 


Naguabo 


128 
328 


Orocovls 


268 
297 
553 


Ponce 


129 

124 




1,107 




154 


*Rf o Pledras 

Sabana Grande 


105 
66 
604 


San Lorenzo 


280 
283 




96 




55 


Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 


254 
132 
741 


Vega BaJa 


112 

59 

1,380 




929 




473 


Yauco 


145 







66 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 5. -NUMBER OF FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS AND TYPE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959 

[Pata are estimates bose*! on reports' for only a sample of fanr.s. See textj 



Municipio 



Estimated 

number of 

farms 



Number of fams by economic class 



Comnercial farms 



Class 

VIII 



Noncommercial farms 



Subsist- 
ence 



Puerto Rico , 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. ... 
Aguas Buenas , . 
Albonlto 

ABasco 

Areclbo , 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranquitas . . 

Bayamdn , 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina , 

Catano 

Cayey 

Ceiba , 

Clales 

CIdra 

Coamo 

Comerio 

Corozal , 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Ou^ica 

Guayama 

Guayanllla. . . 
Guaynabo 

Qurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormigueroe . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marfan. . . 
Laa Piedras. . 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf , 

Marlcao 

Maunabo .\ 

Msyagiiez , 

Moea , 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto. . . ., 

Orocovls 

Patillas 

Penuelas , 

Pcmce , 

Quebradlllas. . 

Rinc6n 

Rio Grande. . . , 
rafo Piedras. . , 

Sabana Grande, 

Salinas 

, San Germfin 

^San Juan , 

San Lorenzo. . , 

San Sebasti^, 
Santa Isabel. , 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja , 

Trujillo Alto, 
Utuado , 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa. . . . , 

Vieques 

Vlllalba , 

Yabucoa , 

Yauco 



45,799 



35, «8 



1,120 


1,000 


743 


533 


471 


360 


630 


575 


538 


428 


526 


321 


1,217 


1,042 


122 


102 


331 


231 


338 


733 


684 


464 


536 


471 


1,124 


929 


823 


698 


489 


299 


3 


3 


866 


686 


191 


106 


836 


701 


627 


577 


669 


539 


493 


453 


939 


738 


40 


40 


94 


33 


149 


89 


37 


26 


275 


200 


367 


302 


573 


388 


444 


318 


627 


537 


135 


120 


725 


385 


848 


707 


633 


553 


218 


133 


4/15 


315 


274 


248 


1,498 


1,068 


991 


346 


829 


594 


295 


2X 


233 


133 


456 


320 


531 


376 


395 


215 


976 


724 


949 


799 


676 


566 


436 


251 


712 


587 


1,172 


1,042 


837 


617 


422 


342 


731 


611 


423 


368 


287 


227 


649 


379 


452 


291 


315 


240 


94 


64 


700 


610 


1,516 


1,186 


1,364 


1,169 


45 


40 


378 


263 


87 


77 


488 


308 


2,400 


2,030 


330 


195 


419 


319 


66 


66 


562 


407 


1,161 


686 


1,169 


739 



1,157 

23 
3 

12 
5 



1,171 

38 
10 
20 
10 
12 

10 
31 

ii 

35 

15 
66 
21 
42 



3,350 

78 
35 
40 
65 

43 

22 
121 
10 
35 
85 

% 
40 
100 
66 
51 



30 

17 
117 

75 
21 
25 
11 
50 

17 
31 
62 
80 
51 

26 

30 

84 

42 

6 

82 
60 
20 
43 
U 

10 
24 
56 



45 

6 

35 

181 

35 
26 
6 
32 

11 



6,848 

258 
35 

105 
171 
35 

40 
206 
10 
62 

176 



201 
151 

70 



166 
135 

119 
131 
140 
10 
1 

6 
10 
47 
50 

91 

60 
100 
40 
60 
120 

96 
16 
60 
70 
135 

92 
120 

15 
20 
60 

65 

30 

118 

161 

106 

35 
156 
297 
101 

56 

86 
50 
30 
35 

70 



10 

51 

451 

25 
90 
30 
52 

112 
107 



10,842 

295 
195 

85 
155 
140 

105 
331 
30 
100 
235 

120 
115 
295 
260 

70 



247 

30 

270 

195 

205 
140 
175 



61 
75 
105 

90 

95 

25 

105 

175 

165 
25 
90 
81 

285 

230 

1B5 

60 

20 

115 

110 

55 

195 

235 

166 

56 
216 
345 
245 

145 

175 

140 

85 

100 

100 



5 
105 
620 

30 
120 

15 
145 
220 
186 



10,599 

250 
195 
85 
145 
125 

130 

246 

25 

45 
195 

115 
115 
235 
120 
61 



200 
20 

125 
95 

120 
90 
275 



55 
100 
135 

115 
135 
25 
190 
251 

150 
35 

115 
30 

415 

355 

240 

105 

75 

50 

140 
85 
255 
240 
150 

85 

160 
285 
195 
105 

160 
65 
65 

150 



110 

15 

125 



75 
35 
100 
665 



150 
310 
320 



120 
210 
111 
55 
110 

205 
175 

20 

50 

100 

220 
65 
195 
125 
190 



130 
35 

135 
50 

130 
35 
201 



60 
11 
75 
65 

185 

126 
90 
15 
340 
141 

80 
85 

130 
26 

430 

145 
235 
65 
100 
136 

155 
180 
252 
150 
110 

185 

125 
130 
220 
80 

170 
60 
60 
270 
161 

75 
30 

90 



U5 

10 

180 

370 

135 

100 

155 

475 
430 



25 

5 

145 

55 

30 
25 
40 
5 
115 

55 
70 
10 



5 

20 

140 



40 
105 

40 
15 

40 
105 
130 



70 
165 
75 
50 
90 

145 
125 
15 
35 
85 

155 
45 

120 
70 

115 



135 
70 
85 
35 

95 

35 
190 



50 
10 
60 
45 
105 

80 
65 
5 
195 
85 

50 
60 
90 
20 
315 

90 
165 

55 
100 

86 

95 
150 
175 
115 
100 

110 
95 
90 

165 

50 

85 
55 
40 
130 
115 

60 
30 
50 



10 
140 
265 

95 
85 

115 
370 
300 



PUERTO RICO 



67 



Municipio Table 5.-NUMBER OF FARMS BY ECONOMIC CLASS AND TYPE OF FARM: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 

[Dula are estimates based on reports for only a samnle of farms. See text] 



Minlclplo 



Puerto Rico , 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. .. , 
Aguas Buenas. 
Albonlto 

A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Berceloneta, . 
Barranqultas. 

6ayajii<5n 

Cabo Rojo 

Cegues 

CaiEuy 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

CIdra 

Coamo 

Ctmerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gutolca 

Guayana 

Guayanllla. , . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HonnlgueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marfaf. , , 
Las Pledraa. , 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo . ^ . . , . 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto. 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas. 

RlnccSn 

Rfo Grande. . . 
e^-;TRlo Pledras . . 

Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

San Genn^, . . 

.^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastian 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . .. 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

VlUalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



Humber of commercial fanns, by type of farm 



Sugarcane 



2 

233 

260 

13 

49 

72 
515 

60 
236 



60 
292 

7B 
502 
109 

2 

77 

71 

23 

184 



7 
119 



43 

6 

6 

U5 

27 

52 
183 

80 

37 

273 

22 
69 
61 
203 
32 

17 
56 
48 
20 
165 

2 

99 

167 

577 
108 

80 
5 

226 
41 

43 
238 
132 

93 

2 

89 

9 

290 



707 
19 
33 
22 
30 
36 

104 

219 

46 

32 

68 

148 



7,538 

637 
125 

'so 

59 

197 
42 

11 
10 
15 



28 
109 
10 

10 
5 

15 



398 
27 
25 



666 

16 
50 



354 
5 

378 

116 

65 

17 
25 

163 
67 

100 



34 

ios 

6 

170 
10 



5 

1,306 

5 
5 

136 
25 
254 



232 

162 



10 
162 



315 
5 
5 



147 
225 

136 

250 

20 



5 
195 



Minor crop 



147 
156 
50 
25 

1 
15 



120 
5 



Fruit and nut 



230 
15 
20 
40 
15 

1 
62 

2 

215 

125 

20 

U5 

5 



121 

5 

20 

35 

35 

75 

312 

2 



37 
10 

36 
6 
5 
5 

36 

91 
21 
47 
36 
17 

10 
25 
36 

31 
41 

70 
165 
256 

51 
55 

56 

5 

71 
125 



6,084 

20 
80 
70 
53 
87 

25 
170 
16 
17 
38 

83 

114 
131 
111 
130 

1 
31 
30 
60 
68 

155 
31 

125 
38 
23 

41 

9 

18 

37 

135 

135 
238 
15 
201 
216 

a 

16 
119 

30 
110 

17 
131 
80 
62 
68 



61 

86 

5 

69 

74 
91 

83 
77 
49 

70 
65 
20 
130 
79 

86 
45 
51 



161 

10 

90 

30 

148 

130 

23 
43 
15 
78 
253 
98 



General crop 



Ul 
60 
10 

152 
56 

26 

132 

5 

6 

278 

60 
25 
185 
50 
10 



147 
60 

94 

75 
101 



50 
120 

5 
30 

5 
15 
52 
50 
82 

10 
153 
364 
81 
26 

39 

35 

30 
55 

11 
5 
91 

241 

76 

15 

30 
227 

21 
15 

26 

105 
118 



15 
10 



68 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 6. -FARM OPERATORS REPORTING OFF-FARM WORK BY MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUPS AND 

DAYS WORKED: CENSUS OF 1959 











[D... 


arc cstinate 


s based on reports for otih 


a sa;iirle o 


famis. S..'e 


lo\(J 
















Fanns reporting 


work off 


farm 




Farm laborers 




SMlied laborers 






Total 


1 to 

49 
days 


50 to 
99 
days 


100 to 
149 
days 


150 

or more 

days 


Total 


1 to 

49 
days 


50 to 
99 
days 


100 to 
149 
days 


150 

or more 

days 


Total 


1 to 
49 
days 


50 to 
99 
days 


100 to 
U9 
days 




Municipio 


Number 


Percent 
of all 
farm 


150 

or more 

dsys 






operators 






























Puerto Rico 


12,075 

269 

189 
166 
81 
75 


26.4 

23.9 
26.0 
35.6 
12.8 

14.0 


710 

27 
15 
4 
7 
3 


2,184 

32 
60 
29 
10 
4 


1,427 

42 
31 

13 

13 

3 


7,754 

168 
83 

120 
51 
65 


3,129 

56 
84 
46 
12 

18 


293 

9 

10 
3 
3 
3 


1,030 

10 

37 

21 

2 

2 


529 

8 
17 
8 
3 
1 


1,277 

29 
20 
14 

4 
12 


1,068 

29 
21 

9 
10 

8 


47 

2 


101 

6 

1 
1 
2 


123 

2 
4 

1 
3 

1 


797 


Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla 

Aguas Buenas 

Aibonito 


19 

16 

7 

5 

7 


Afiasco 

Areclbo 


170 

414 

56 

66 

U9 


32.2 
33.6 
43.8 
18.9 
16.8 


8 
26 
4 
3 

10 


35 
130 
30 

U 
7 


30 
67 

9 
10 

6 


97 

191 

13 

40 

116 


59 
89 
4 
6 
19 


5 
13 

3 


15 
31 
4 
3 
2 


10 
22 

"2 
2 


29 
23 

"1 
12 


5 

21 
3 

4 
18 


1 
1 

4 


1 
4 

"2 


2 

1 

1 
2 


2 
15 
2 


Barceloneta 


3 
10 


Bayam6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 


154 
154 
276 
215 
126 


22.8 
29.1 
24.8 
26.3 
25.4 


8 
2 

15 

16 

7 


10 
29 
24 
63 
29 


8 
21 
26 
63 
15 


128 

102 

211 

73 

75 


24 
54 
37 
76 
39 


4 
2 

3 
10 
4 


7 
16 

7 
36 

21 


3 
14 

6 
26 

5 


10 
22 
21 
4 
9 


27 
9 
51 
14 
16 


3 
2 


1 

3 

3 
3 


2 

3 

3 
3 


21 
9 

43 
8 

10 


Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 


187 

82 

245 

138 

152 
72 

ua 

10 
21 


22.2 
44.1 
28.6 
22.5 

22.9 
14.2 
15.4 
32.3 
22.3 


15 

6 

12 

10 

6 

5 

12 

1 


49 
49 
19 
31 

20 

3 

20 

1 


'20 
7 

106 
7 

8 

1 
13 


103 
20 

108 
90 

lie 

63 

103 
8 
21 


59 

18 

136 

52 

55 
4 
27 

5 


7 
1 
6 
3 

2 

1 
5 


29 
16 
8 


8 

1 

86 

3 

2 
4 


'is 

36 
25 

36 

3 

15 

'5 


26 

5 
12 


1 


5 
2 
3 


4 
1 
3 


17 

1 








15 
3 


U 
3 

16 
1 
2 


2 

1 
... 


1 
1 
2 


1 


9 


CaneHo 


5 
13 


Culebra 

Dorado 


1 
2 


Fajardo 


43 
12 
77 
87 
178 


29.5 
32.4 
27.4 
23.9 
30.4 


2 

4 
5 
2 


9 

10 
U 
9 


8 

4 
7 
3 


24 
12 
59 
62 
164 


18 

' 8 
10 
9 


1 

"i 


7 

"1 
3 
2 


7 


3 

6 

7 
7 


4 

3 

4 

6 

31 


i 


i 

1 


2 

1 


4 
3 


Guayama 

Guayanilla 

Ouaynabo 


4 

2 

29 


Ourabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB 


109 
97 
59 
274 
228 


25.6 
15.0 
43.7 
38.5 
26.5 


7 
9 
3 
7 
7 


29 

30 
14 
38 
37 


16 
11 
9 
31 
25 


57 

47 

33 

198 

159 


42 
2 
15 
58 
60 


4 

"2 

3 


17 

1 

5 

19 

25 


10 
1 
4 
7 

14 


11 

6 
30 
13 


14 
5 
4 
51 
15 


1 
1 


2 

1 

1 
1 


1 

1 
7 
2 


11 
4 
2 

43 


Isabela 


11 


Jayuya 

Juana Diaz 


121 
59 
133 
102 
473 


18.7 
27.8 
30.9 
35.4 
31.6 


6 
2 

11 
5 

22 


6 

26 

11 
50 


12 
4 

17 
3 

27 


97 
53 
79 
83 
374 


25 

4 

29 

13 

113 


1 
1 
4 

7 


1 

15 
6 
18 


5 
1 
4 
2 
9 


18 

2 

6 

10 

34 


3 

6 

25 

7 
30 


3 
i 


2 
3 


1 

4 

"7 


2 

6 

18 




5 


Larea 


19 


Las Marl ae 

Laa Piedraa 

Lolza 


399 
248 
48 
48 
150 


40.0 
29.7 
16.7 
20.4 
33.1 


4 

13 

1 

8 

22 


42 
61 
23 
12 
31 


86 

38 

5 

6 

9 


267 

136 

19 

22 

S3 


47 
105 
17 
24 
41 


1 
9 

5 

6 


11 
33 
13 
9 
18 


12 

23 

3 

4 

3 


23 
40 

1 

6 

14 


13 
38 
3 
7 
8 




4 
3 


2 

4 

1 


7 

31 

3 




6 


Manatf 


3 


Marlcao 

Maunabo . •. 

Mayaguez 

Moca 


181 
150 
315 
171 
65 

194 
95 
224 

290 
103 


33.8 
36.8 
33.1 
18.0 
9.6 

44.9 
13.5 
19.1 
35.2 
24.2 


10 

12 
6 
5 
8 

5 

8 

21 

16 

5 


18 
60 
30 
90 
16 

52 

3 

37 

94 

13 


5 
23 
15 
26 

5 

30 
7 
19 
39 
4 


148 
55 

264 
50 
36 

107 

77 

W7 

141 

81 


18 
39 

51 
75 
15 

64 
4 
69 
97 
11 


3 
9 
2 
3 
1 

3 
3 
8 
6 


5 
49 
12 
63 

9 

35 

16 
53 
2 


'14 
5 
6 
2 

20 

12 


10 
17 
32 
3 
3 

26 

1 

40 

26 

8 


10 
9 
24 
12 
7 

27 
23 
15 
22 

7 


'2 
1 

1 
2 

"i 


2 
4 

2 

3 
1 
2 
1 


'2 
2 

1 

4 
3 
3 
2 


8 
5 
20 
7 
6 




20 




13 


Orocovls 


3 
19 




6 




233 
115 

109 
173 
145 

118 

33 

229 

333 


28.9 
26.4 
38.2 
26.8 
31.7 

36.1 
32.0 
33.3 

2i!9 


3 
10 
14 
1 
2 

4 
1 
6 

'52 


19 
28 
24 
30 
4 

U 
1 
22 

76 


17 

8 

20 

12 

3 

6 
3 
29 

'39 


189 
69 
51 
UO 
136 

95 
28 

172 

172 


33 
35 
51 
32 
10 

8 

3 

40 

135 


4 
11 

1 

1 

1 

46 


10 
13 
11 
13 
1 

"7 
'45 


11 
'12 


17 
14 
13 
U 
3 

7 

3 

25 

■32 


27 

6 

4 

11 

20 

7 
1 
16 

54 


1 
1 

"i 
'1 


1 
1 
1 
2 
6 


1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

6 


25 


Quebradlllaa 

RlnctSn 


5 
2 

10 


t}T* Rf o Pledras 


18 


a / Sabajia Grande 

' 1 Salinas 

\ San Germdn 

San Lorenzo 


6 

1 
U 

41 




430 
11 
71 
24 
136 
561 


31.7 
26.2 
19.2 
29.6 
27.9 
23.4 


21 

"7 

"7 
44 


89 
12 

18 

114 


80 

" b 

8 
77 


240 
11 
46 
24 
103 
326 


167 

17 

17 
161 


10 
"2 

"i 
12 


47 
"7 

'3 

54 


25 
21 


85 

7 

11 
74 


25 

'17 

3 

9 

38 


2 

4 

"2 


1 
4 


7 

1 

' 2 
12 


15 




'12 




3 




7 


tituado 


20 


Vega Ba Ja 


101 
87 
26 
106 
324 
372 


31.0 
21.5 
37.7 
18.5 
27.6 
32.4 


10 
8 
3 

37 

17 


17 
15 
4 
4 
82 
57 


1 
6 
4 
2 
61 
32 


73 
58 
15 
100 
144 
266 


29 
43 

'15 
61 

125 


6 
3 

7 
8 


9 
13 

1 
23 
19 


'io 

15 


13 
28 

14 
21 
33 


11 
3 

5 

25 
16 


3 

1 


"i 
4 
3 


"2 


U 
3 


Vieques 

Vlllalba 


4 
16 




12 







PUERTO RICO 



69 



Municipio Table 6. -FARM OPERATORS REPORTING OFF-FARM WORK BY MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUPS AND 

DAYS WORKED: CENSUS OF 1959-Continued 



[Patii lire estiiiinlt's hasct' on report.'- for only o sionplo ol turrns 



Q text] 



Uunlciplo 



Laborers other than farm and skilled laborers 



1 to 
49 
days 



50 to 
99 
days 



100 to 
U9 
days 



150 

or more 

days 



Professional workers and goverruuent eiqilcyees 



1 to 
49 
days 



100 to 
149 
days 



150 

or more 

days 



All other occupatlcDS 



1 to 
49 

days 



50 to 
99 

days 



100 to 
149 
days 



150 

or more 

days 



Puerto Rico . , 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas., 
Aibonlto 

Afiaaco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta.. . 
Barranqultas. . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

CaguaB 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Cataflo 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Comerto 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo , 

Gu4nlca 

Guayama , 

Guayanllla 

Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HonnigueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuyn 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajaa 

Larea 

Las Marias. . . , 
Laa Pledrae. . , 

Loiza 

Luqulllo , 

Manatf , 

Maricao , 

Maunabo.t , , . . , 

Mayaguez , 

Moca 

Morovis , 

Naguabo 

Naranjito. .. ., 

Orocovis , 

Patillas 

Penuelas 

Ponce , 

Quebradillas. 

Rlnctfn , 

Rio Grande. . . 
j^-O Rfo Pledras. . 

I SabEina Grande 

I Salinas 

\ ,San Germ^. . . 

-< San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
SEinta Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa. , . . 

Vieques 

Villalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



1,418 

6 
5 

U 
4 
3 

19 

136 

36 

12 



10 

n 

3 
19 

15 

U. 

36 

2 

7 

3 

1 
10 
28 
40 

5 

42 

5 

58 
2 

29 

1 

1 

10 

4 

170 

4 

6 

6 

33 

89 
25 
6 
24 
13 

19 
1 
2 

64 
1 

5 

6 
12 
27 
13 



198 

1 
1 





2 




1 


i 


2 


5 


2 


1 


1 




"i 


9 


I* 


8 


6 


8 


12 


1 


2 


5 


1 


1 




7 






1 


2 


1 


i 





1 

9 

12 
9 

17 

1 
7 

2 

1 

i 

19 

34 

2 

9 
2 
41 
2 

22 
1 
1 
9 
3 

108 
3 
1 
2 
13 

72 
15 

6 
13 

6 

9 

1 
1 
27 

1 

3 

4 
5 

20 

11 



1,016 

25 
12 
12 
7 



19 


153 


U 


67 


11 


88 


6 


48 


8 


38 


8 


75 


14 


148 


3 


9 


5 


38 


26 


73 


28 


62 


12 


58 


13 


169 


11 


111 


12 


51 


10 


•79 


7 


41 


U 


78 


13 


43 


8 


63 


10 


39 


10 


57 


1 


6 


4 


3 


4 


13 


3 


5 


6 


49 


8 


35 


40 


58 


7 


39 


3 


45 


i 


30 


14 


91 


21 


123 


13 


51 


6 


41 


10 


67 


7 


58 


12 


307 


20 


148 


10 


91 


3 


19 


5 


6 


9 


58 


25 


38 


4 


22 


36 


194 


6 


54 


6 


24 


14 


47 


10 


57 


21 


U2 


9 


94 


10 


74 


25 


142 


7 


61 


3 


39 


21 


82 


35 


66 


10 


93 


6 


13 


22 


68 


16 


93 


19 


182 


4 


7 


6 


19 


5 


15 


19 


64 


44 


293 


5 


29 


7 


23 


3 


13 


12 


70 


U 


217 


22 


203 



70 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 7.-FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT ON FARMS: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



[Data for 1959 are estimates bailed on renorts for only a sample of farms. See texQ 



Municipio 



Number of f&rms 



Facilities and equipment 1959 



Farms having — 



Elec- 
tricity 



Running 
water 



Tele- 
vision 



Miliing 
machine 



Hlli 
cooler 



Motortrucks 



Fanns 
report- 
ing 



Farms 
report- 
ing 



report- 
ing 



Puerto Rico . . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla 

Aguas Buenas . , 
Aibonito 

ASasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta.. . 
Barranquitas. . 

Bayam6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguae 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Camerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^ica 

Guayama 

Guayanille . . . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatillo 

Hormlguerofl . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marian . . . . 
Laa Piedras . . , 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manati 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.t 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Moravia 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovia 

Patillas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradillaa. . 

Rincdn 

Rio Grande 

^y Wtio Piedras . . . 

^ [ Sabana Grande. 

Lj 1 Salinas 

^ \ San Genn^..., 

-ISan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebaatlfbi. 
Santa laabel . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. ... 
Vega BaJa. ... 

Vieques 

Villalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



■45,799 

1,120 
743 
471 
630 
538 

526 
1,217 
122 
331 
838 

684 
536 
1,124 
823 
489 

3 
866 
191 
836 
627 

669 
493 
939 
40 
94 

149 
37 
275 
367 
573 

444 
627 
135 
725 
848 

633 
218 
445 
274 
1,498 

991 
829 
295 
233 
456 

531 
395 
976 
949 
676 

436 
712 
1,172 
837 
422 

781 
428 
287 
649 
452 

315 
94 
700 

1,516 

1,364 

45 

378 

87 

488 

2,400 

330 

419 

66 

562 

1,161 

1,169 



53,515 

1,417 
941 
578 
785 

6a 

649 

1,533 

206 

399 

877 

758 

647 

1,012 

759 

705 

11 

1,054 

211 

933 

831 

763 
642 
1,101 
32 
129 

275 
48 
347 
482 
679 

510 
803 
151 
726 
384 

649 
329 
439 
360 
1,776 

976 
812 
585 
387 
591 

542 

601 

1,085 

1,048 



540 
766 
1,307 
992 
520 

935 
473 
403 
564 
648 

364 

131 

857 

1 

1,646 

1,660 

26 

474 

99 

515 

2,631 

530 
629 
80 
597 
1,261 
1,259 



25,782 

470 
533 
404 
393 

360 

203 
752 
74 
167 
506 

478 
378 
491 
588 
397 

3 

390 
131 
395 
361 

338 

333 

490 

10 

82 

lU 

31 

82 

150 

433 

304 
501 
105 
575 
649 

399 
138 
300 
Ul 
761 

459 
393 
180 
U7 
216 

308 
199 
621 
521 
322 

179 
487 
562 
414 
219 

343 
352 
272 
241 
322 

227 
59 

411 

601 

824 
34 

182 
77 

363 
1,064 

168 
338 
44 
241 
469 
516 



16,407 

510 
163 
268 
311 

214 

54 
612 

40 
107 
331 

181 
310 
481 
217 
162 

3 
380 
96 
242 
284 

192 

213 

451 

6 

63 

73 
20 

112 
79 

287 

193 
309 
34 
370 
219 

304 
100 
110 
149 
436 

247 
319 
157 
86 
194 

134 
44 

391 
92 

166 

154 
399 
453 
363 
177 

342 
182 
60 
225 
351 

164 
45 
166 



488 
42 

105 
34 

232 

803 



194 
15 
233 
213 
217 



7,901 

101 

57 

160 

126 
118 

50 

295 

11 

57 

104 

183 
134 
174 
154 
174 



177 

18 

132 

108 

64 

170 

209 

5 

48 

26 
16 
23 
51 
193 

105 
185 
23 
164 
163 

170 
52 
93 
63 

196 

67 
123 
31 
21 
95 

75 

23 

234 

68 

170 

43 
158 
122 
48 
56 

100 
141 
69 
90 
187 

73 
32 
U2 



169 
21 

105 
61 

186 

270 

77 
183 
13 
21 
80 
58 



883 
497 
379 
548 
403 

274 
929 
67 
163 
535 

499 
404 
941 
665 
432 

2 
637 
121 
657 
460 

421 

327 

678 

15 

71 

76 

25 

134 

261 

431 

351 
537 
90 
629 
569 

533 
115 
329 
130 
1,219 

821 
483 
212 
118 
279 

333 
279 
675 
643 
429 

257 
556 
907 
519 
251 

557 
312 
231 
364 
295 

266 
60 
521 

1,024 

1,036 

34 

202 

77 

352 

1,824 

255 
350 
39 
386 
760 
846 



344 
1 



2 


2 


4 


4 


2 


9 


12 


13 


5 


5 


36 


106 




10 




10 


1 


11 


7 


2 


5 


11 


10 


13 


6 


11 



3,381 

171 
25 
45 
54 

30 

24 
73 
17 
23 
28 

52 
70 
51 

102 
25 



30 

5 

61 

24 

49 
18 
81 
11 
9 

15 
17 
28 
50 
64 

15 
113 
15 
17 
76 

61 
38 
10 
56 

137 

97 
48 
20 

14 
32 



120 
86 
59 

39 
17 
58 
23 
33 

71 
30 
8 
67 
19 

28 
17 
23 



163 
14 
33 



4,450 

226 
25 
57 
66 
49 

28 
95 
22 
26 
30 

60 
96 
67 

111 
27 



37 

5 

67 

38 

55 
21 
128 
U 
28 

16 

17 
28 
81 

im 

17 

131 

23 

19 

120 

64 
45 

21 

66 

177 

125 
60 
21 
14 
64 

54 
17 
151 
116 
67 

42 
23 

60 
37 
46 

124 
30 
10 
78 
27 



238 

17 
44 
8 
17 
167 

60 
73 
10 
49 
26 
103 



1,924 

1 
76 
34 

2 

12 

22 
48 

11 
27 

1 

23 
140 
51 
51 
46 



1 

120 

50 

5 
17 

125 
89 
13 
37 
2 

39 

384 

123 

57 

75 



10 


20 


3 


6 


2 


6 


5 


24 


32 


47 


33 


55 


38 


50 


9 


103 


52 


81 


88 


100 


1 


1 


4 


5 


23 


28 


70 


235 


10 


10 


2 


2 


37 


37 


20 


38 


1 


2 


17 


17 


'l6 


34 


40 


158 


45 


60 


25 


63 


46 


98 


28 


33 


23 


58 


3 


U 


5 


19 


21 


26 


80 


161 


22 


67 


22 


24 


38 


142 


8 


9 


80 


271 


30 


33 


26 


27 


10 


13 


47 


121 


1 


1 


57 


105 


9 


17 


8 


19 


13 


30 


1 


6 


3 


20 


18 


35 


57 


166 



10 
3 
50 



6 
53 
3 
7 
2 

18 
42 
26 

17 
24 

3 

7 

13 

16 

5 



22 

7 
4 
13 
7 

9 
20 

2 



4 
16 
13 
30 



5 
2 
7 
2 

10 

2 
14 

8 
14 
23 

15 
5 

9 
4 

13 
5 
12 
31 
9 

4 
9 
24 



11 
21 
30 
15 
6 
4 

7 

19 

1 

5 

12 

11 



PUERTO RICO 



71 



Municipio Table 7.-FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT ON FARMS: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Continued 



[Data for 1959 are estimnLos bas«i on reports for only a sample of farms. 5ee text] 



Uunlclplo 



Facilities and equipment 1959— Continued 



Coffee pxilping machines Coffee drying platforms 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



Coffee driers 



Farms 
reporting 



Farm ponds 



F^rms 
reporting 



Farms 

reporting, 

1959 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguae Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultas. , 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Cooerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Qudnlca 

Gueyama 

Guayanilla. . . . 
Ouaynabo 

Qurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlguerofl . . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . . 

Juncos . . r 

Lajaa 

Larea 

Las Marfan. . . . 
Laa Pledraa. , . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Uarlcao 

Maunabo.t 

Mayaguez 

MOCB 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas . . 

Rlno6n 

Rfo Grande. .. . 
Rio Pledraa . . . 

Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

, San Germdn. . . . 
^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastldn. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa. . . . 

Vieques 

VlUalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



469 
U5 

5 



102 
70 



7 
115 



157 
8 



1,094 

2 
109 
160 



473 

145 

5 



102 
70 



111 
38 



1 
157 



1 

410 


1 
415 


1 
10 


318 


319 


6 


5 
5 


5 

5 


5 


143 


144 


6 


354 

110 

32 


358 
110 
32 


2 

5 


6 
26 
286 

2 
85 


6 

26 

289 

2 
86 


1 
10 
23 

1 
15 


315 
16 

10 


324 
16 

10 


98 


20 


20 


2 


117 


119 


1 



1,112 



109 
181 



345 
22 



1,946 
96 



416 
39 



546 
41 



1,155 

17 
30 
36 
U 
2 

12 
81 

2 
11 

6 

3 

30 

26 

140 



1,725 

22 
30 
49 
16 
7 

28 

162 
5 
12 
6 

5 

35 

28 

178 

7 



1 
172 

3 
37 
U 
10 
32 



6 
8 

12 

153 

2 



6 

10 
88 
11 
22 

50 
151 
12 
21 
2 



123 
91 
66 
59 



23 
118 
69 



22 
38 
40 
33 

112 

1 



87 
10 
38 
50 
22 

26 
216 

60 



38 
130 
59 
60 
10 
18 



72 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 8.-AGREGAD0S AND MEDIANEROS-NUMBER OF FAMILIES AND LAND CULTIVATED BY 
AGREGADOS AND MEDIANEROS: CENSUSES Ob' 1959 AND 1950 

[Pata for 1959 are estimates baswi on reports for only a gampip of fams. See text] 



Municipio 



Puerto Rico 

Ad Juntas .... 

Aguada 

Aguedllla. . . 
Aguas Buenas 
Aibonlto. 

ASasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Bajranqui tas . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . . . 

Ca^as 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Ceiba 

Cialeg 

Cldra 

Coasio 

Ccmerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnlca 

Guayajna 

Guayanilla. .. 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatillo 

Homigueroe . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marf aa . , . 
Las Pledras . . 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Maricao 

Maunabo.i . . . . 

Mayagiiez 

Moca 

Morovia 

Naguabo 

Naranjito. .. . 

Orocovie 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllaa . 

Rincdn 

Rio Grande . . . 
—Rio Piedras.. 

I Sabana Grande 

I Salinas 

\ San Germ^. . . 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo, . 

San Sebaatl^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJIllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. ... 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



Agregados living on fann 



Farms reporting 



303 
312 
132 
182 
166 

80 

-403 

11 

91 

182 

279 
Ub 
373 
27-1 
169 

3 

297 

54 

160 

241 

204 
162 

303 

1 

41 

24 

19 

57 

U9 

207 

167 
175 
44 
190 
227 



109 

94 

287 

92 
244 

77 
29 

123 

87 

94 

303 

189 

209 

127 
289 
249 
229 
106 

209 
137 
92 
106 
159 

129 
44 
194 



382 
23 

174 
44 

162 

436 

98 
82 

4 
138 
275 
244 



343 
317 
288 
238 
267 

297 
568 
60 
177 
257 

323 
338 
414 
252 
250 

7 

268 

86 

286 

334 

296 
274 
414 



118 
20 
134 
214 
209 

218 
316 
81 
340 
351 

220 
124 
188 
192 
447 

197 
257 
258 
89 
274 

97 
266 
397 
411 
301 

215 
252 
317 
373 
181 

311 
224 
210 
204 
229 

139 

69 

293 



670 
20 

245 
66 

199 

874 

192 
274 
20 
204 
499 
350 



Number of f ami lies 



867 
584 
924 
690 
499 

426 

1,367 
101 
306 
403 

664 
593 
1,350 
499 
445 

10 
702 

78 
560 
789 

538 

359 
579 



126 
335 
419 
434 
686 

709 
641 
211 
590 
498 

638 
805 
341 
336 
953 

297 
634 
281 
45 
727 

346 
216 
873 
499 
754 

302 
734 
483 
562 
422 

1,036 
344 
468 
162 
350 

347 
400 
542 

680 

874 
228 
424 
281 
457 
1,159 

336 
612 
19 
377 
762 
681 



991 
735 
818 
633 
685 

923 
1,569 

149 
1,182 

508 

919 

1,045 

1,177 

596 

793 

35 
810 
166 
902 
1,000 

702 
935 
937 
15 
263 

369 
445 
837 
765 
445 

711 
1,098 

301 
1,141 

736 

1,047 
835 
821 
740 

1,210 

618 
555 
921 
317 
1,310 

529 
670 
1,138 
963 
960 

683 

573 
600 
789 
673 

1,310 
469 

1,028 
544 
577 

477 
475 
633 

978 

1,520 
885 
640 
538 
412 

2,048 

521 

1,179 

99 

537 
1,166 

864 



Land cultivated 
(cuerdas) 



6,506 

139 
108 
70 
94 
64 

101 
132 

20 
326 

43 
61 
183 
85 
40 



39 
6 

231 



26 
136 
34 



22 
134 
21 



201 
142 
75 
140 
U6 

107 
172 
15 
23 
791 

50 
170 
25 



10 
19 
37 
40 
134 

34 

130 

148 

27 

15 

241 
15 

111 
77 
35 

45 
25 
25 



70 
50 
55 

258 

60 
36 
15 
10 
45 
124 



23,069 

684 
214 
164 
435 
404 

263 
528 
34 
192 
581 

319 
271 
324 
223 
436 

3 

382 

55 

1,254 

505 

753 
618 
290 



64 
192 
155 

61 
193 

239 
416 
17 
256 
260 

429 

197 

78 

43 



550 
364 
409 
135 
120 

618 
108 
423 
333 
371 

217 
95 
494 
458 
150 

648 
108 
141 
276 
223 

236 
56 
65 



433 
12 
276 
150 
105 
724 

309 
357 
34 
133 
345 
484 



Medianeros working on farms 



Farms reporting 



17 
30 
17 
131 
20 

11 

37 

2 

12 

115 

77 
21 
93 
26 
10 



26 
43 

79 
25 
119 



15 

1 

2 

73 

10 

142 

130 

62 

22 

27 
10 
15 
5 
16 

12 

1 

12 

150 

66 

16 

'26 
23 

5 
11 

28 
76 
140 



24 
37 
46 
181 
114 

30 

135 

9 

34 
141 

134 

54 

187 

107 

62 



130 

5 

135 

94 

137 
108 
252 



6 

3 

39 

86 

87 

74 
129 

26 
109 
207 

38 
39 
67 
18 
57 

17 
92 
61 
6 
52 

3 

93 

59 

75 

239 

67 
323 
199 
156 
130 

64 
72 
14 
24 
94 

63 
18 
75 



168 
2 

76 

7 

81 

308 

33 
34 

75 
285 
246 



Number of medianeros 



4,200 

20 
50 
47 
217 
30 

46 

47 

8 

30 

151 

113 
27 

150 
42 
15 



54 
120 

171 

50 

217 



5 
61 
70 

67 
22 

10 
10 

114 

31 
19 
55 
21 
12 

19 
30 
10 
15 
35 



25 

7 

10 

228 

10 
219 
216 

66 
144 

41 
10 
25 



113 
'47 

'25 

35 

5 

23 

33 

98 

261 



48 
73 
96 
428 
248 

62 
266 

28 
108 
298 

199 
34 
498 
247 
131 



276 

10 
320 
255 

359 
245 
440 



9 

7 

75 

197 

121 

138 
270 
40 
161 
505 

74 
74 
103 
28 
93 

41 
138 
167 



6 

201 

69 

157 

553 

115 
612 
416 
318 
431 

143 
117 
26 
38 
lAO 

136 

27 

158 



313 
3 
129 
28 
122 
634 

45 
58 

167 
426 
550 



Land ciiltivated 
(cuerdas) 



10,497 

42 
25 
130 
399 
200 

105 

303 

20 

68 

530 

428 
61 

222 
45 

140 



116 
133 

608 
150 
413 



10 
231 
251 

84 
46 

10 
5 

278 

UO 
34 
75 
42 
95 

17 
40 
10 
25 
45 



35 
40 

7 
498 

10 
380 
729 
203 
117 

153 
25 
35 
20 
50 

41 
15 
41 



134 

99 

'36 
60 

10 
80 

99 
365 

763 



PUERTO RICO 



73 



Municipio Table 9.-FARM LABOR-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF PERSONS AND HOURS WORKED ON FARMS 

DURING WEEK PRECEDING ENUMERATION: CENSUS OF 1959 

\patA are estimates based on reports for oniy a sample of faims. See texC\ 



Mimic Iplo 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

A^ada 

Aguedllla.. . . 
Aguae BuenaB. 
Albonlto 

A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultaa. 

Bayaait^ 

Cabo Rojo. .. . 

Caguas 

Canuy 

Carolina 

CatafSo 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coano 

Caaerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lca 

Guayama 

GuayaniHa., . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las MarfaB . . . 
Lae Pledraa . . 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.^ . . .. 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Neguabo 

Naranjlto. ... 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Pe&elas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas . 

RlnctSn 

Rfo Grande. .. 
/iRlo Piedras. . 

-1 Sabana Grande 

\ Salinas 

\ San Gennto. . . 

■^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebasti^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta , 

Tea Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . .. , 
Vega BaJa.... , 

Vieques , 

VUlalba , 

ITabucoa , 

Vauco , 



Number of 
farms 



45,799 



Farm qperatora worlilng on farm 
week preceding Census 



1,120 


926 


7A3 


507 


471 


286 


630 


518 


538 


399 


526 


363 


1,217 


836 


122 


85 


331 


271 


838 


663 


684 


490 


536 


278 


1,124 


836 


823 


599 


489 


312 


3 


3 


866 


670 


191 


111 


836 


681 


627 


467 


669 


430 


493 


403 


939 


722 


40 


32 


94 


37 


149 


117 


37 


37 


275 


181 


367 


24S 


573 


348 


444 


249 


627 


532 


135 


105 


725 


509 


S48 


546 


633 


580 


218 


147 


445 


352 


274 


182 


1,498 


1,146 


991 


782 


829 


628 


295 


175 


233 


182 


456 


278 


531 


484 


395 


188 


976 


646 


949 


711 


676 


559 


436 


340 


712 


426 


1,172 


943 


837 


585 


422 


314 


781 


546 


428 


301 


287 


132 


649 


353 


452 


225 


315 


226 


94 


68 


700 


447 


1,516 


1,121 


1,364 


1,029 


45 


39 


378 


255 


87 


41 


488 


308 


2,400 


1,973 


330 


219 


419 


324 


66 


55 


562 


403 


1,161 


733 


1,169 


524 



1 to 14 
hours 



100 
105 
100 
16 
32 

61 
169 
1 
27 
35 

71 
21 
85 
100 
20 



60 
16 
61 
71 

31 

37 

129 

5 

5 

16 

1 

8 

21 

52 

102 
66 
20 

125 
85 

36 
28 

110 
40 
106 

166 
175 
10 
41 
53 

66 

55 
106 
156 

50 

21 

85 
100 
85 
50 

58 
45 
20 
41 
35 

69 
6 

81 



75 
U 
41 

1 
110 
106 

36 
46 

1 
72 
120 
128 



15 or more 
hours 



826 
402 
186 
502 
367 

302 
667 
84 
244 
628 

419 
257 
801 
499 
292 

3 

610 

95 

620 

396 

399 
366 
593 
27 
32 

101 
36 
173 
227 
296 

147 
466 
85 
384 
461 

544 

U9 

242 

142 

1,040 

616 
453 
165 
lAl 
225 

418 
133 
540 
555 
509 

319 

341 
843 
500 
264 



256 
112 
312 

190 

157 

62 

366 

1,031 

954 
28 
214 
40 
198 
1,867 

183 
278 
54 
331 
6U 
396 



Memhers of operator's 

family, week 

precedliig Census 



Faims 
reporting 



336 
85 
61 

167 
81 

95 

304 

10 

64 

145 

147 
63 
283 
108 
101 



180 
15 
281 
195 

210 

240 

187 

5 



33 
5 

53 

77 
130 

96 
162 

35 
165 
157 

189 
20 

101 
42 

339 

473 

265 

52 

35 

106 

120 
30 

173 
80 

201 

71 
112 
295 
211 
168 

202 
50 
25 
66 
95 

36 
13 
73 



126 
781 

66 
78 

210 
217 
214 



669 
120 
106 
344 
122 

180 
516 
35 
152 
290 

233 
91 
434 
129 
218 



340 

25 

616 

395 

419 

420 

262 

5 



52 
10 

131 
107 
195 

117 
364 

40 
355 
202 

470 
25 

206 
67 

644 

943 

395 

77 

50 

a6 

241 
60 
307 
110 
446 

97 
175 
546 
329 
351 

348 
55 
45 
111 
130 

77 
22 
105 



271 

1 

37 

2li 
1,381 

112 
129 

393 
402 
344 



Salaried workers, 
week preceding Census 



Wage workers, week 
preceding Census 



Farms 
reporting 



3,804 

143 
38 
36 

70 
36 

65 

HI 

9 

15 

66 

71 
62 
47 
7 
41 

2 
39 
12 
60 
70 

91 
40 
52 
5 
21 

18 
22 
15 
32 

76 

32 
105 
20 
24 
31 

60 
46 
38 
22 
95 

53 
23 

50 
15 
31 

77 
2 
159 
91 
62 

25 
54 
92 
28 
34 

103 
21 
27 
76 
41 

34 
27 



75 
24 
31 
15 
38 
147 

58 
87 
10 
40 
68 
71 



252 
95 
177 
182 
62 

287 

726 

65 

40 

121 

143 
198 
113 
12 
225 



78 
184 
108 

253 
98 
167 



25 
49 
65 
95 
151 

140 

250 

52 

229 

144 

114 
230 
93 
146 
232 

120 
34 

125 
64 
83 

150 
21 
288 
155 
152 

77 
101 
190 

43 
U2 

293 
40 
68 

184 

91 

86 
94 
185 



250 
134 
175 
54 
65 
246 

104 
231 
26 
91 
342 
135 



Average 

number of 

hours worked 

during week 



Farms 
reporting 



9,340 

369 
143 
80 
197 
103 

33 

261 

7 

62 
263 

123 

81 

280 

136 

74 

3 

160 
15 
166 

U5 

194 
214 
192 
3 
20 

25 
12 
46 

87 
110 

33 
189 
34 
90 
170 

237 
49 
78 
105 
276 

178 
97 
26 

16 
117 

128 
26 
187 
231 
137 

85 
197 
344 
177 

89 

227 
66 
17 
62 
61 

66 
31 
180 



282 
29 
81 
25 

43 
519 

33 
93 
20 

103 
84 

179 



54,115 

2,020 
449 
429 
647 
448 

482 
1,793 
102 
582 
718 

473 

1,139 

1,005 

481 

360 

34 
758 

69 
987 
462 

839 

727 

1,194 



526 
310 
642 
524 
243 

470 
896 
217 
954 
682 

1,498 
1,082 
373 
1,085 
1,564 

794 
297 
555 
165 
904 

1,126 

65 

1,172 

1,028 

770 

634 
874 
1,113 
523 
505 

1,709 
275 
380 
310 
603 

450 

640 

1,284 

574 

1,398 
773 

1,188 
228 
100 

2,173 

390 
857 
127 
508 
955 
1,124 



Average 

number of 

hours worked 

during week 



74 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table lO.-FARM EXPENDITURES-FARMS REPORTING AND AMOUNT EXPENDED FOR FEED FERTILIZER 

AND HIRED LABOR: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1949 I^KIILIZER, 



[Data for 1959 are estimates based or reports for only a sariple of farms. See textj 



Utmicipio 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

AgTiadllla. . . . 
A^as Buenas. 
Aibonlto 



ASaaco 

Areclbo 

Arrpyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultea . 



BayamcSn. . . 
Cabo Rojo. 

Caguas 

Cemuy 

Carolina. . 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Cialee. 
Cldra.. 



Coamo. .. . 
Conerlo. . 
Corozal . . 
Culebra. . 
Dorado. . . 



Fajardo. .. . 
Gu^lca. . . . 
Quay ana .... 
Ouayanllla. 
Guaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HonnlgueroB . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 



Las Marloa . . 
Las Pledres. 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

ManatI 



Marlcao. . 
Maunabo . t 
Msyaguez. 

MOCB 

Morovls . . 



Naguabo. .. 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls . . 
Patlllas . . 
Penuelas . . 



Ponce.., 

Quebradlllas . 

Rlncdn 

Rf o Grande . . . 
Rio Pledras . . 



Sabana Grande . . 

Salinas 

\ San Genn^ 

-*an Juan 

San Lorenzo. .. . 



San Sebaatldn. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Tea Baja 

TruJlUo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques . . . 
Vlllalba . . 
Yabucoa ... 
Yauco 



Feed purchased 



For livestock (excluding poultry) 



Farms 
reporting 



119 
125 

100 
101 
40 

115 
220 
10 
18 
28 

152 

190 
178 
271 
116 

2 

85 

30 

78 

132 

121 
87 

130 

6 

2i 

21 
11 
44 
62 
91 

90 
338 

73 

82 

195 

79 

47 

88 
125 
267 

192 

98 
UO 

33 
103 

50 

31 
209 
224 



84 
157 
45 
56 
71 



108 

126 

16 

64 

86 

65 

48 
160 



153 

22 

203 

326 

46 
55 
15 

171 
90 

125 



Kil49 

367 
96 

245 
126 
96 

188 
239 
24 
41 
87 

191 
237 
179 
156 
298 

5 

116 

52 

86 

106 

94 
90 
150 



78 
20 
34 
55 
152 

WO 
232 
72 
U7 
197 

67 

85 

103 

119 

269 

246 
159 
119 
53 
93 

91 

34 

332 

289 

72 

98 
117 

45 

75 
173 



82 

95 

174 

72 
16 

306 
1 

ISO 

473 
16 

137 
40 

180 

369 

50 
63 
29 
129 
187 
111 



1959 



5,099,110 

22,372 
3,880 
13,326 
49,150 
23,730 

9,205 

256,160 

350 

1,908 

6,535 

113,864 
115,780 
205,414 
32,670 
526,066 

8,470 

44,900 

5,075 

8,465 

18,370 

345,529 

27,545 

55,840 

1,105 

264,236 

12,600 
39,725 
81,618 
38,883 
97,805 

89,525 
152,828 
10,441 
22,875 
30,982 

25,019 
97,815 
105,056 
193,619 
20,033 

9,665 
19,722 
118,967 
43,868 
51,892 

2,815 
14, 160 
76,392 
14,769 
39,069 

130,040 

15,380 

6,772 

5,830 

39,030 

131,318 
18,455 
2,625 

118,950 
91,001 

19,905 
127,495 
28,628 

29,693 

51,015 

54,873 
171,970 
117,651 

43,505 

25,121 

180,637 
25,702 
25,680 
18,425 
30,804 
18,466 



33,962 
6,239 

34,412 
19,817 
27,350 

10,755 
97,205 
4,316 
7,719 
17,628 

244,627 
88,599 

181,457 
16,535 

266,904 

28,541 
50,249 
9,287 
12,225 
14,832 

113,802 
10,745 
65,503 

171,546 

15,596 
7,936 
24,182 
13,138 
103,914 

109,948 
94,275 
15,394 
47,265 
20,522 

10,930 
37,631 
73,535 
22,031 
21,257 

11,378 
23,833 
75,629 
17,141 
42,028 

11,177 

1,999 

123,072 

11,891 

18,703 

43,300 
15,154 
4,316 
13,452 
31,261 

173,741 
10,718 
7,192 
14,646 

397,260 

9,314 

31,717 

27,753 

200 

24,972 

32,081 
10,378 

117,089 

182,565 
33,318 
22,617 

13,471 
19,345 
44,396 

9,137 
24,774 

7,382 



For poultry 



FariEfi 
reporting 



1959 



840 
315 
216 
343 
280 

288 
532 
57 
192 
636 

380 
309 
744 
679 
187 



477 
122 
540 
417 

395 

186 

476 

21 

15 

60 

21 

114 

214 

313 

266 
426 
106 
545 
322 

422 
30 
392 
187 
942 

620 
671 
lU 
85 
267 

308 
146 
496 
511 
446 

200 
576 
1,033 
356 
233 

424 
190 
90 
106 
236 

211 

62 

363 

1,158 

846 

7 

204 

21 

351 

1,675 

U8 

214 

35 

391 

720 
554 



1949 



1959 



34,274 2,048,924 



1,072 
467 
371 
367 
459 

479 
779 
103 
253 
609 

451 
388 
430 
441 
468 

4 
723 
166 
458 
501 

406 
294 
798 



193 
19 
232 
339 
5U 

304 
383 
101 
532 
481 

336 
198 
296 
229 
1,239 

682 
637 
335 
256 
358 

469 
314 
725 
632 
562 

362 
497 
978 
566 
370 

690 
310 
274 
392 
4U 



255 

60 

657 

1,087 

1,081 

18 

296 

61 

324 

1,826 

291 
346 
44 
465 
841 
843 



44,888 
8,870 
9,180 

20,318 
173,381 

7,307 
30,983 

1,425 
12,282 
27,171 

79,515 
92,600 
40,723 
18,999 
73,603 



28,422 

18,741 

29,622 

105,245 

12,725 
15,000 
39,047 
730 
8,000 

1,023 

390 

16,742 

24,817 

44,661 

13,263 
15,805 
12,264 
24,465 
44,230 

25,955 
46,999 
22,860 
14,139 
50,072 

25,952 
20,678 
3,480 
1,590 
8,848 

15,423 
5,080 

34,563 
7,802 

16,488 

10,695 
15,460 
28,191 
13,315 
13,900 

57,492 
8,965 
2,260 
16,700 
56,540 

15,011 

5,163 

60,204 

36,600 

21,255 

825 

6,408 

5,430 

24,745 

71,961 

15,450 
31,221 
1,380 
92,906 
21,091 
17,390 



1,692,602 

51,315 
10,165 
26,385 
21,166 
18,812 

19,626 
37,709 
3,570 
15,046 
25,985 

41,788 
20,752 
29,553 
15,056 
42,768 

345 

34,149 

4,361 

18,426 

21,076 

17,147 

8,747 

39,232 

20,878 

12,083 
10,775 
13,151 
14,670 
50, 171 

13,101 
17, 536 
5,004 
14,128 
14,494 

12,729 
12,634 
13,725 
12,155 
49,818 

28,864 
19,364 
11,170 
11,359 
14,404 

30,896 
7,470 
48,554 
21,855 
23,353 

10,853 
24,027 
53,505 
18,678 
11,774 

46,940 
12,759 
6,021 
14,091 
62,965 

13,023 
7,195 
42,582 

35,257 

37,104 

4,161 
14,733 

8,510 
17,714 
61, 190 

12,899 
18,944 
58,319 
20,627 
23,904 
26,752 



Fertilizer purchased 



Farms 
reporting 



27,317 

699 
519 
300 
470 
231 

266 
832 
66 
259 
703 

391 
345 
357 
668 
245 

3 
423 
106 
601 
516 

224 
377 
653 
5 
22 

65 

17 

69 

202 

312 

266 
487 
100 
283 
561 

352 
46 
240 
218 
752 

763 
614 
146 



289 
125 
449 
760 
485 

145 
605 
828 
392 

143 

369 
298 
216 
186 
236 

112 

12 

435 

1,189 

995 
22 

253 

46 

278 

1,475 

154 
263 
61 
209 
635 
438 



31,877 

359 
306 
381 
607 
474 

379 

1,068 

97 

336 

751 

483 
386 
839 
654 
496 



679 
102 
516 
732 

142 
525 
811 



10 
101 
131 
460 

349 
609 
94 
273 
617 

269 
70 
269 
258 
712 

443 
580 
305 
175 
412 

82 
225 
426 
370 
6X 

180 
636 
791 
336 
76 

161 
X5 
338 
307 
435 

132 

17 

415 



1,433 

1,409 

15 

346 

57 

381 

1,755 

214 
384 
39 
263 
761 
433 



11,852,351 

139,307 

92,476 

195,570 

106,531 

70,610 

152,443 
526,271 

71,051 
179,332 

95,113 

139, 168 
303,729 
225,010 
295,397 
171,709 

13,250 

149,971 

91,775 

76,122 

221,231 

33,476 

61,355 

247,635 

3,500 

86,636 

142,008 
49,563 
127,765 
127,509 
64,307 

156,052 
337,524 
97,044 
339,903 
195,391 

65,094 
146,096 
124,281 
205,426 
164,515 

75,900 
122,296 
150,4U 

56,940 
239,384 

77,678 
120,346 
196,476 
339,233 
175,127 

218,696 
82,215 
93,126 

113,205 
69,522 

272,387 
122,910 
232,106 
125,245 
57,859 

116,010 

62,238 

242,673 

193,288 

522,873 
118,493 
232,677 
125,842 
61,834 
170,450 



37,207 

263,425 

15,737 

65,268 

303,889 

127,679 



14,778,507 

118,640 
128,468 
233,688 
76,568 
62,323 

220,716 
512,461 
115,697 
273,625 
87,869 

273,559 
303,960 
413,473 
320,323 
282,050 

21, 530 
183,256 
104,985 

81,699 
258,678 

9,449 

64,366 

276,617 

135,124 

207,684 
60,336 
216,951 
135,119 
108, 195 

267,116 
328,432 
113,676 
390,529 
221,051 

82,913 
258,341 
181,501 
197,517 
119,898 

59, 6U 
144,753 
300,571 
154,536 
290,497 

41,383 
109,709 
281,745 
289,823 
213,591 

395,681 
72,443 
90,701 

129,154 
90,489 

370,851 
131,407 
261,545 
226,271 
107,619 

91,746 
173,375 
315,460 

242,210 

569,672 
271, 102 
268,060 
191,445 
113,975 
190,082 

107,327 
319,764 

60,103 

70,290 
416,342 
145,736 



Wages and salaries paid 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



22,401 

499 
463 
300 
375 
193 

131 
758 
83 
241 
448 

344 
417 
599 
613 
203 

3 

339 

66 

399 

426 

354 
353 
332 
5 
32 

54 

22 

57 

231 

247 

119 
422 
100 
160 
517 

352 
93 
196 
204 
567 

321 
2M 
139 
29 
260 

231 
130 
430 
610 
296 

165 
392 
605 
426 
237 

496 
263 
197 
199 
126 



120 
39 
505 

790 

399 
34 

137 
46 

148 
1,133 

125 
273 
61 
166 
285 
392 



27,366 43,224,647 



593 
519 
371 
446 
415 

338 
925 
122 
307 
435 

334 
453 
592 
594 
350 



496 
102 
490 
526 

340 

423 

492 

13 

63 

76 

34 

124 

313 

330 

158 
522 
95 
228 
535 

302 
153 
166 
321 
820 

336 
224 
291 
124 
331 

183 
254 
584 
534 
414 

173 
390 
443 
463 
282 

519 
337 
253 
167 
386 

184 

65 

483 



580,042 
340,940 
503,078 
238,027 
273,616 



1,133 

19 

273 

67 

228 

1,348 



229 
351 
51 
221 
452 
525 



755,120 
1,737,425 
289,611 
540,177 
142,785 

448,416 
1,520,657 
954,565 
795,723 
660,214 

75,200 
635,115 
179,730 
358,516 
590,356 

468,551 
128,323 
499,746 
9,440 
475,173 

545,324 
458, 161 
947,942 
762,765 
265,350 

612,231 
1,019,977 

380,772 
1,850,099 

515,397 

431,095 
1,108,892 
492,235 
925,107 
700,406 

220,035 
337,044 
760,970 
275,150 
1,050,156 

380,043 
211,485 
1,047,139 
867,092 
400,750 

960,833 
187,525 
174,345 
435,934 
546,292 

2,882,707 
313,160 
940,083 
493,052 
235,408 

372,777 
1,102,124 
1,090,215 

464,516 

1,080,052 
1,403,584 
520, 519 
585,371 
157,633 
745,985 

272,959 
821,966 
194,480 
364, 311 
1,158,795 
521,533 



53,865,150 

533,992 
371,403 
479,339 
160,353 
244,541 

791,896 
1,938,312 
441,604 
936,417 
135,059 

835,912 

1,348,337 

1,131,949 

820,890 

979,606 

88,435 
544,211 
433,225 
279,272 
784,545 

184,548 
188,449 
427,246 
10,384 
665,874 

962,780 
517,128 
1,233,987 
629,349 
302,308 

723,537 
755,303 
502,226 
1,294,738 
474,331 

411,978 
1,697,563 
578,452 
791,044 
498,230 

281,938 
368,179 
1,017,927 
638,271 
357,291 

292,468 
428,927 
1,412,299 
669,839 
471,340 

1,676,015 

83,133 

118,010 

411,832 

573,363 

2,154,470 
245,530 

1,018,373 
944,799 
570,908 

341,050 

1,214,515 

1,110,777 

720 

483,902 

1,478,788 

1,430,396 

813,665 

1,062,735 

284,547 

550,338 

373,338 
1,191,831 

454,543 

302,427 
1,632,506 

692,435 



PUERTO RICO 



75 



Municipio Table ll.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF HORSES, BURROS AND MULES, SHEEP, AND GOATS ON 

FARMS; AND GOATS MILKED: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



iclplo 



Puerto Rico . . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenaa . . 
Albonlto , 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqul tae . , 

BayQB6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Cataflo 

C&yey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccnerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnlce 

Guayama 

Guayanllla.. . . 
Guaynebo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . . 

Hvunacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . . 

Juncos 

Lajaa 

Lares 

Las Marfaa. .. . 
Lea Pledras, . . 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.i 

Mayaguez 

Moce 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Peouelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllaa.. 

Rlnctin 

Rio Grande... , 
_Rlo Pledraa. . , 

f 

I Sabana Grande 

f^\ Salinas 

\ San Gennto ... 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastian 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Be Ja 

Ti-ujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . . . 

Vega Baja 

Vieques 

VUlalba 

Yabucoa 

Yaueo 



Horses and colts of all ages 



Farms 
reporting 



U,503 

359 
174 
82 
293 
149 

U2 
366 
58 
63 
290 

216 
138 
391 
240 
179 

3 
316 
78 
321 
161 

360 

212 

257 

24 

15 



13 
142 
100 
189 

168 
205 
33 
243 
191 

215 
98 
132 

62 
440 

256 
312 

81 
54 

116 

192 
150 
193 
243 
276 

169 
209 
497 
320 
189 

289 
43 
65 

203 
93 

77 

51 

119 



301 

22 

51 

18 

131 

769 

66 

38 

30 

201 

455 

379 



19,126 

503 
242 
124 
362 
265 

184 
558 
91 
107 
328 

292 
217 
353 
243 
306 

7 
397 
126 
342 
269 

467 

252 

322 

29 

29 

168 
30 
168 
147 
210 

250 
299 
42 
305 
245 

203 
172 
146 
92 
495 

297 
399 
261 
201 
189 

120 
247 
324 
394 
353 

269 
300 
545 
429 
260 

381 
93 
76 
268 
166 



94 
287 



1959 1950 



364 
17 
84 
29 
205 
843 

129 
140 
49 
274 
587 
407 



22,900 

492 
196 
104 
415 
220 

210 
490 
120 
87 
364 

312 
241 
541 
305 
334 

10 
499 
106 
452 
246 

790 
270 
302 
93 
57 

183 
34 
455 
258 
259 

267 
374 
64 
379 
250 

316 
292 
178 
300 
447 

304 
403 
238 
93 
189 

217 
181 
356 
281 
398 

278 
257 
629 
442 
333 

536 
51 
112 
553 
151 

133 
704 

173 



343 
417 
89 
82 
205 
980 



138 
288 
568 
487 



769 
282 
188 
545 
628 

290 
912 
239 
207 
472 

493 
388 
585 
354 
619 

27 
791 
238 
531 
410 

1,268 
431 
444 
131 
146 

516 
189 
663 
249 
341 

497 
419 
60 
773 
377 

382 
505 
232 
332 
719 

401 
580 
602 
413 
359 

193 
436 
442 
504 
883 

740 
431 
886 

711 
497 

921 
122 
136 
639 
322 

161 
892 
378 

767 

501 
234 
153 
152 
335 
1,277 

202 
364 
954 
511 
1,056 
588 



Burros and mules of all ages 



Farms 
reporting 



39 
24 
8 
13 
35 

39 
2 
6 
7 
3 

45 
2 

33 
7 

41 

13 
9 
U5 
31 
23 

74 
2 
1 



1,794 

50 
2 

14 



63 
39 

100 

48 

17 

1 



24 
9 
10 
10 
6 

45 
7 

34 
6 

34 

20 
9 
102 
63 
30 



3,685 

96 
9 

9 

33 
40 

27 
32 

17 



158 
12 

202 
20 

153 
56 
25 



20 
10 
230 
26 

7 

48 

9 

33 

129 

7 

154 

113 

15 

57 

84 



118 

2 

61 

11 
75 

70 
12 
223 
50 
77 

309 

2 

5 

17 

2 

14 
35 
48 



2 

31 

109 

7 

72 



Sheep and lambs of all ages 



Farms 
reporting 



5,419 

147 

2 

15 

37 

101 



13 
28 
48 
2 
39 

6 
201 
13 
195 



286 

125 
57 



37 
19 
313 
43 
6 

67 
16 
39 
67 
13 

220 
204 

31 
27 
126 

81 
157 
19 
26 
27 

U9 
11 
64 



65 
16 
249 

106 
103 



10 
32 

11 

27 

217 

53 



38 
102 
16 

18 

10 

156 

9 
16 
37 

118 
51 

103 



30 
21 
130 
75 
21 



46 

5 

2 

291 



142 
26 



3,121 

16 
18 
63 



33 

107 

231 
71 
25 



141 
92 

130 
3 
25 

24 
66 
4 
7 
72 

17 
91 
5 
46 
48 



12 
6 

31 
6 

133 

48 

3 

131 
30 

13 
122 
61 



Goats and Idds of all ages 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1950 



24 
121 
32 

71 
35 

77 
139 
34 
44 
43 

100 
45 
139 
137 
102 



76 
86 
17 
161 
93 

35 
27 
84 
41 
83 

11 
156 
15 
10 
63 

15 
76 
23 
33 
54 



141 
56 

42 
52 
52 
29 
66 

54 
25 
47 



26 

13 

54 

132 

57 

7 

16 

57 

236 

162 



118 
289 
106 

155 
160 

158 
310 
54 
96 
165 

188 
106 
191 
208 
175 

2 

221 

IS 

131 

174 

179 

131 

197 

5 

22 

62 
18 
120 
105 
158 

112 
185 
23 
208 
224 

151 
111 
120 
63 
371 

91 
245 
111 

57 
151 

31 
199 
143 
204 
221 

102 
195 
174 
306 
149 

146 
132 
207 
112 
130 

90 
50 
165 



201 
12 
81 
19 
79 

427 

117 
158 
22 
205 
321 
416 



47 
204 

159 
210 
65 

187 
425 
103 
142 
130 

284 
146 
467 
332 
251 



251 
23 
240 
222 

339 
250 
154 
64 
25 

157 
92 

233 
60 

330 

219 
222 

31 
555 
259 

86 
202 
256 
545 
163 

40 

441 

55 

37 

271 

33 

348 

50 

58 

139 



208 
165 
457 
260 

96 
176 
126 
127 
166 

142 
199 
111 



135 
32 
57 
69 
184 
290 

128 
16 
71 
119 
819 
416 



39,311 

289 
653 
461 
406 
628 

729 
950 
298 
537 
439 

565 
486 
602 
405 
555 

11 
928 

61 
388 
530 

715 
595 
5a 



371 
603 
762 
335 
462 

427 
548 
84 
792 
486 

660 
791 
328 
390 
815 

181 
588 
385 
206 
422 



900 
358 
414 
933 

354 
583 
430 
984 
566 

475 
366 
612 
446 
396 

289 
707 
419 

1,273 

467 
284 
228 
128 
233 
1,200 

392 
707 
839 
519 
1,074 
1,127 



Qoats mlllced 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



1,391 

18 
59 

13 
5 
15 

32 

73 



6,531 

78 
208 
57 
87 
102 

96 
206 
29 
69 
98 

104 
53 
107 
152 
42 



146 
7 



24 
11 
79 
69 
90 

53 
126 
10 
82 
156 

107 
67 
60 

26 
260 

67 
77 
44 
21 
94 

20 
45 
91 
123 
126 

84 
lU 
177 

92 



78 
148 
46 

37 

59 
30 

103 



32 

10 

32 

315 

80 
111 

10 
150 

64 
265 



49 

158 

7 



21 
13 
61 
105 
18 



8 
9 

104 

16 



24 
26 
27 
132 

47 

16 
24 
10 
5 
66 

12 
2 
9 

17 
21 

3 

11 

28 

72 

120 

26 

47 

32 

3 

45 

26 
21 
26 



37 
10 
9 
16 
21 
65 

18 
9 
4 
48 
13 
121 



76 STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 

Municipio Table 12.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF CATTLE ON FARMS: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Munlclpio 



All cattle and calves 



Farms 
reporting 



Cows and heifera 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1950 



Steers and bulls 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1950 



Puerto Rico . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Agues Buenas . . 
Albonito 

ASasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. .. 
Barranqultas . . 

Baya]s6D 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Canuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Cdnerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lca 

Guayaflja 

Guayanllla. . . . 
Ouaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueros . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias . . . . 
Las Piedras , . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlcao 

Maunabo 

Mayagiiez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

(^ebradlllas . . 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande. . . 
Jllo Piedras . . 

/ Sabana Orande. 

tCifi/ I Salinas 

I San German. . . , 

AiSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa.. . . 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



26,957 

290 
360 
260 
460 
36A 

193 
312 
64 
198 
583 

513 
349 
878 
509 

410 

7 
502 
126 
513 
360 

460 

387 

680 

29 

65 

116 
24 
124 
127 
429 

350 
512 
71 
596 
538 

245 
116 
361 
182 
621 

269 
656 
157 
169 
270 

60 
260 
304 
392 
473 

356 

583 
728 
476 
176 

231 
272 
153 
473 
336 

186 

73 

336 



698 
25 

313 
52 

401 
1,050 

206 
200 
33 
209 
875 
436 



32,852 

594 
451 
402 
546 
426 

277 
998 
96 
259 
595 

620 
445 
769 
487 
605 

9 
637 
151 
525 
577 

418 

497 

869 

32 

82 

178 
40 
135 
222 
508 

421 
555 
92 
591 
631 

246 
172 
353 
237 
902 

295 

675 
438 
247 
374 

100 
372 
454 
512 
632 

432 
661 
739 
512 
213 

334 
322 
239 
429 
494 

213 

81 

460 

1 

1,313 

902 
18 

374 
70 

443 
1,281 

368 
388 
40 
242 
963 
571 



294,106 

1,330 
1,165 
1,362 
4,266 
3,923 

921 
7,631 

877 
1,345 
4,395 

5,211 
6,332 
10,561 
3,036 
8,622 

788 
5,534 
1,022 
3,219 
2,790 

12,662 
2,901 
5,646 
1,790 
4,501 

2,881 
3,598 
5,818 
1,221 
4,361 

4,538 
8,065 
618 
6,443 
3,333 

2,185 
5,757 
4,668 
6,729 
2,275 

758 
4,297 
4,257 
2,712 
3,204 

176 
1,400 
2,282 
1,195 
4,099 

5,319 
3,696 
4,556 
3,347 
2,441 

6,033 
1,716 
771 
6,898 
3,281 

2,083 
7,513 
2,744 

8,737 

3,233 
1,626 
5,246 
3,197 
3,897 
4,785 

4,445 
2,400 
7,715 
1,303 
6,170 
2,254 



289,389 

2,353 

1,577 
2,724 
3,401 
4,228 

1,503 
6,986 
1,388 
2,205 

3,615 

7,004 
7,144 
7,517 
2,839 
8,458 

530 
5,976 
1,626 
3,598 
4,027 

9,056 
3,935 
3,743 
2,223 
2,589 

2,749 
2,388 
4,352 
2,065 
4,234 

4,354 
4,672 
736 
6,168 
5,471 

2,330 
3,984 
3,94S 
5,265 
2,944 

1,018 
4,794 
4,603 
2,235 
3,415 

365 
2,284 
3,030 
2,084 
4,679 

5,113 
4,460 
4,135 
3,293 
1,794 

6,018 
1,966 
1,399 
4,414 
7,341 

2,356 

6,579 

3,416 

3 

8,028 

4,585 
961 
4,229 
2,961 
3,194 
5,531 

2,049 
2,905 
7,985 
1,622 
6,065 
2,575 



25,906 

283 
322 

250 
444 
348 

186 
775 
60 
186 
579 

505 
316 
858 
497 
398 

6 
490 
114 
499 
332 

444 

380 

673 

29 

63 

110 
22 

114 
123 
420 

332 
501 
57 
571 
505 

239 
114 
351 
168 
590 

262 
645 
147 
162 
262 

58 
238 
279 
367 
469 

348 
578 
713 
466 
169 

226 
261 
131 
443 
330 

162 
68 
291 

1,257 

663 

19 

303 

51 

387 

1,017 

201 
189 
31 
199 
856 
404 



31,440 

577 
388 
378 
517 
415 

252 
968 
88 
255 
557 

601 
400 
730 
467 
581 

9 
621 
147 
510 
554 

401 

477 

826 

31 

76 

174 
37 
132 
207 
486 

412 
536 
82 
575 
590 

245 

168 
349 
221 
869 

288 
658 
424 
241 
356 

99 
348 
426 
464 
621 

421 
651 
718 
485 
193 

318 
308 
215 
405 
473 

195 

80 

405 

1 

1,269 



U 
366 

68 

424 

1,257 

356 
374 
40 
237 
930 
535 



175, 280 

830 

560 

740 

2,516 

2,073 

513 

4,914 

418 

801 

2,123 

3,260 
4,116 
6,160 
1,941 
6,457 

701 
3,293 

482 
1,743 
1,394 

7,808 
1,451 
3,530 
816 
3,330 

1,623 
2,060 
3,439 
796 
2,775 

2,671 
5,739 
207 
3,310 
1,607 

1,176 
3,875 
3,093 
4,267 
1,505 

500 
2,156 
2,504 
1,623 
2,177 

114 
662 

1,437 
673 

2,178 

3,274 
2,019 
2,490 
1,865 
1,666 

3,941 

929 

259 

4,141 

1,997 

1,073 
4,419 
1,176 

4,431 

1,880 
540 
3,577 
2,371 
2,5U 
2,831 

3,631 
1,487 
3,557 
793 
3,088 
1,197 



153,297 

1,338 
648 
1,129 
1,676 
2,315 

693 
3,952 

542 
1,102 
1,844 

4,428 
3,799 
4,021 
1,489 
5,508 

400 
3,342 

729 
1,951 
1,869 

5,084 
1,891 
3,111 
1,132 
1,819 

1,150 
1,156 
2,533 
1,048 
2,503 

2,424 

2,538 

193 

2,667 

1,647 

1,314 
2,123 
2,308 
2,631 
1,776 

631 
2,364 
2,644 
1,190 
2,016 

247 
910 

1,808 
835 

2,428 

2,455 
2,300 
2,U3 
1,595 
977 

3,277 
1,023 
480 
2,067 
5,019 

1,133 
3,530 
1,301 
3 
4,010 

2,333 

407 
2,534 
2,087 
1,630 
3,235 

1,179 
1,447 
3,305 
761 
2,866 
1,304 



157 
180 
136 
388 
287 

77 
584 

42 
136 
499 

355 
269 

744 
323 
308 

6 
380 
102 
421 
265 

363 

322 

518 

28 

59 

82 

20 

78 

73 

349 

258 

360 
49 
492 
400 

181 
81 
308 
116 
382 



584 

m 

135 
216 

25 
139 
165 
203 
358 

303 
469 
576 
316 
99 

145 
172 
53 
386 
277 

96 

63 
186 



1,070 

477 
15 

239 
34 

316 

768 

135 
146 
28 
125 
683 
244 



24,071 

393 
263 
286 
427 
342 

151 
691 
60 
192 
478 

471 
305 
567 
323 
490 



495 
124 
401 
448 

312 
388 

743 
30 
61 

140 
34 
105 
142 
413 

342 

372 

55 

489 

437 

165 
114 
289 
163 
572 

171 
577 
325 
205 
233 

50 
289 
243 
298 
534 

358 
570 
577 
353 
123 

216 
244 
143 
349 
397 

128 

70 
280 

1,072 

636 
14 

290 
55 

350 

858 

261 
259 
34 
167 
757 
304 



73,488 

357 

257 

404 

1,105 

1,277 

165 

2,067 

177 

443 

1,407 

1,089 
1,494 
2,755 
825 
1,480 

73 

1,459 

291 

932 

803 

3,034 
737 

1,420 
670 
726 

812 
1,115 
1,493 

266 
1,U8 

1,201 
1,997 

154 
1,494 

998 

809 
1,265 
1,125 
1,210 

620 

161 
1,240 
829 
764 
794 

45 
337 
418 
302 
1,161 

1,271 

1,129 

1,265 

853 

447 

1,222 
469 
122 

1,897 
924 

460 

1,987 
583 

2,455 

947 
306 

1,261 
737 
884 

1,509 

644 

680 
1,478 

332 
1,896 

555 



76,788 

733 

389 

823 

1,065 

1,209 

346 

1,918 

276 

673 

1,080 

1,567 
1,622 
1,769 
861 
1,694 

60 

1,640 

409 

1,088 

1,258 

2,448 

1,183 

1,703 

580 

529 

679 
533 
898 
469 
1,061 

1,235 

1,360 

118 
1,435 
1,051 

792 
1,023 
1,158 
1,274 
1,003 

313 
1,419 
967 
584 
898 

101 
601 
570 
447 
1,442 

1,272 

1,431 

1,327 

838 

421 

1,229 

633 

291 

1,201 

1,567 

548 

1,811 
718 

2,327 

1,281 
279 

1,082 
627 
378 

1,640 

607 

832 
2,860 

420 
1,671 

623 



50 
45 
46 
106 
90 

32 

192 

14 

18 

159 

129 

82 
235 
79 
96 

3 

132 
46 

109 
77 

142 
105 
141 
26 
19 

31 

7 

55 

23 

103 

87 

138 

8 

180 

93 

25 
46 
95 
57 
47 

26 

185 
42 
61 
59 



71 

45 

25 

106 

106 
113 
149 
117 
41 

74 
64 
21 
153 
74 

46 
36 
58 



10 

79 

17 

101 

156 

33 
39 
16 
37 
179 
68 



82 
60 
60 
120 
109 

29 

178 
28 
62 

113 

149 
91 

154 
75 

158 

5 

130 

32 

119 

132 

149 
137 
176 
30 
21 

56 
25 
43 
42 
109 

82 

156 
5 

151 
85 

54 
53 
83 
60 
83 

33 

149 
94 
58 
76 

13 
82 
71 
69 
134 

92 
126 
165 
127 

34 

108 
60 
41 
118 
103 

34 
47 
63 



83 
213 

59 
90 
17 



29,455 

77 

65 

134 

287 

443 

50 
446 
226 

42 
559 

671 
260 
1,025 
207 
264 

7 
624 
122 

430 
371 

1,396 
457 
438 
304 
416 

276 
409 
747 
48 
265 

365 

240 

21 

1,251 

445 

185 
384 
302 
656 
126 

30 
532 
751 
234 
184 

15 
166 
99 
43 
594 

306 
326 

547 
380 
104 

527 
220 
27 
585 
201 

201 

1,056 

265 



239 
747 
237 
75 
257 
365 

139 
133 
2,645 
77 
664 
212 



2^884 

153 
93 
262 
245 
377 

45 
397 
193 
161 
289 

352 
519 
515 
168 
383 

12 
633 
110 
355 
419 

1,133 
480 
413 
501 
107 

178 
375 
715 
204 
261 

202 

258 
77 
522 
184 

165 
247 
217 
591 
126 

47 
419 
232 
Ul 
205 

17 
261 
115 
132 
414 

258 
379 
407 
327 
78 

589 
131 
65 
369 
232 

240 
833 
274 



546 
98 

240 
79 

180 

488 

88 

200 

1,698 

142 

504 

153 



2 
87 
32 
156 
48 

28 

71 

9 

23 

134 

80 
101 
226 

31 
113 

2 
67 
18 
55 
87 

82 
92 

94 



18 
5 
9 

24 

71 

70 
28 
27 
81 
119 



59 

70 

7 

3 

151 
31 



49 
54 
63 

57 

105 

118 

64 

21 

18 
41 
64 
87 
56 

57 

9 

106 



59 
6 

91 
30 

14 
26 
1 
21 
124 
69 



7,268 

12 
125 
U9 
176 
115 

56 

199 

22 

79 
172 

192 
177 
296 

111 
228 

4 
114 
43 
79 
165 

117 

122 

182 

3 

20 

32 

17 
19 
46 

142 

100 
132 

25 
136 
191 

21 
34 
65 
106 

12 



168 

115 
35 



59 
73 
148 
122 

90 
143 

99 
103 

43 

49 
70 
90 
105 

150 

70 
24 
157 



114 
27 

159 
77 

48 
87 
6 
46 
163 
94 



15,883 

66 
283 

84 
358 
130 

193 

204 

56 

59 

306 

191 
462 
621 
63 
421 

7 
158 
127 
114 
222 

424 
256 
258 



170 
14 
139 
111 
203 

301 
89 
236 
388 
283 

15 
233 
148 
596 

24 

67 
369 

173 
91 
49 

2 
235 
328 
177 
166 

468 
222 

254 
249 
224 

343 
98 
363 

275 

159 

349 

51 

720 



117 
33 

171 
14 

245 



31 
100 

35 
101 
522 
290 



PUERTO RICO 



77 



Municipio Table 13.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF MILK COWS ON FARMS. COWS MILKED, CATTLE AND 

CALVES SOLD, AND MILK SOLD: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Uunlciplo 





Cows and 


heifers 




Milk 


cows 


Cows milked during the year 




Milk sold 




Cattle and c 


























alves sold 


Farms reporting 


Number 


Farms 
report- 


Number 


Farms reporting 




Number 














Total 


Percent 


Farms 
















ing 












of milk 


report- 






Farms 


Number 










1959 












cows 
1959 


ing 
1959 






reporting 
1959 


1959 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 




1959 


1949 


1959 


1949 


1959 


1949 




25,906 


31,440 


175,280 


153,297 


23,073 


96,246 


19,408 


27,470 


39,283 


81,856 


93 


2,911 


110,200,442 


57,525,156 


11,168 


119,450 


283 


577 


830 


1,338 


262 


456 


262 


465 


485 


779 


106 


30 


173,680 


212,854 


109 


323 


322 


388 


560 


648 


251 


322 


267 


304 


347 


411 


107 


55 


37,733 


27,629 


176 


369 


250 


378 


740 


1,129 


238 


569 


187 


335 


482 


856 


85 


28 


204,415 


311,286 


97 


316 


444 


517 


2,516 


1,676 


424 


1,358 


280 


459 


993 


926 


73 


71 


741,140 


166,813 


189 


1,000 


348 


415 


2,073 


2,315 


304 


1,275 


200 


384 


994 


1,169 


78 


30 


755,039 


476,429 


139 


1,142 


186 


252 


513 


693 


141 


293 


144 


236 


300 


484 


102 


6 


111,700 


144,717 


59 


192 


775 


968 


4,914 


3,952 


711 


3,323 


577 


846 


3,075 


2j362 


93 


122 


4,994,150 


1,769,635 


342 


2,325 


60 


88 


418 


542 


44 


115 


45 


75 


97 


247 


84 


4 


10,655 


33,456 


38 


566 


186 


255 


801 


1,102 


171 


427 


101 


233 


293 


636 


69 


16 


161,290 


137,333 


35 


207 


579 


557 


2,123 


1,844 


553 


1,368 


416 


491 


1,045 


991 


76 


32 


423,768 


223,297 


215 


954 


505 


601 


3,260 


4,428 


480 


2,062 


438 


523 


2,034 


2,858 


99 


43 


3,021,578 


3,424,505 


187 


2,162 


316 


400 


4,116 


3,799 


290 


2,517 


249 


351 


2,402 


1,993 


95 


53 


4,543,362 


2,115,661 


131 


2,402 


858 


730 


6,160 


4,021 


817 


4,127 


759 


6A4 


3,508 


2,566 


85 


91 


5,414,485 


2,659,707 


434 


4,117 


497 


467 


1,941 


1,489 


426 


1,087 


349 


408 


900 


900 


83 


45 


829,206 


423,345 


279 


837 


398 


581 


6,457 


5,508 


384 


4,846 


327 


537 


4,779 


3,130 


99 


55 


10,184,224 


4,267,880 


139 


3,908 


6 


9 


701 


400 


6 


286 


6 


7 


271 


168 


95 


5 


599,500 


332,950 


5 


401 


490 


621 


3,293 


3,342 


431 


1,480 


330 


522 


1,220 


1,538 


82 


43 


985,293 


821,703 


205 


1,902 


114 


147 


482 


729 


83 


228 


60 


126 


199 


321 


87 


3 


147, 500 


139,193 


29 


114 


499 


510 


1,743 


1,951 


467 


1,052 


395 


447 


<K1 


968 


90 


49 


379,308 


162,644 


132 


541 


332 


554 


1,394 


1,869 


288 


772 


246 


504 


699 


1,087 


91 


21 


360,702 


187,162 


165 


1,083 


444 


401 


7,808 


5,084 


384 


3,607 


391 


323 


3,720 


1,920 


103 


62 


5,358,663 


2,467,210 


185 


6,203 


380 


477 


1,451 


1,891 


359 


798 


285 


391 


807 


917 


101 


21 


249,005 


243,648 


104 


690 


673 


826 


3,530 


3,111 


631 


2,160 


638 


755 


2,222 


1,709 


103 


45 


2,509,839 


719,959 


289 


1,738 


29 


31 


816 


1,132 


22 


234 


17 


28 


107 


245 


46 


5 


133,300 


97,875 


24 


1,030 


63 


76 


3,330 


1,819 


55 


1,479 


48 


64 


1,464 


1,210 


99 


17 


4,847,960 


2,361,679 


22 


2,176 


110 


174 


1,623 


1,150 


92 


334 


66 


131 


224 


500 


67 


21 


210,430 


177,614 


25 


1,542 


22 


37 


2,060 


1,156 


19 


339 


16 


33 


376 


510 


111 


8 


545,359 


330,104 


12 


3,132 


114 


132 


3,439 


2,533 


102 


1,163 


40 


109 


1,166 


837 


100 


16 


1,462,890 


693,890 


42 


4,082 


123 


207 


796 


1,048 


108 


583 


107 


182 


598 


541 


103 


15 


761,173 


304,174 


36 


385 


420 


486 


2,775 


2,503 


381 


1,427 


340 


434 


1,350 


1,495 


95 


26 


1,001,460 


1,477,361 


204 


1,754 


332 


412 


2,671 


2,424 


279 


1,449 


246 


368 


1,307 


1,261 


90 


34 


1,635,837 


1,312,838 


177 


1,873 


501 


536 


5,739 


2,538 


451 


3,964 


433 


467 


3,913 


1,676 


99 


172 


6,665,731 


1,521,336 


302 


2,144 


57 


82 


207 


193 


53 


161 


49 


66 


152 


121 


94 


13 


160,925 


37,358 


42 


113 


571 


575 


3,310 


2,667 


451 


1,147 


391 


439 


1,060 


1,248 


92 


109 


529,560 


378,628 


201 


3,531 


505 


590 


1,607 


1,647 


460 


1,060 


367 


549 


886 


1,157 


34 


77 


481,521 


349,542 


291 


1,064 


239 


245 


1,176 


1,314 


209 


734 


211 


216 


737 


517 


100 


26 


739,676 


156,895 


72 


363 


114 


168 


3,875 


2,123 


83 


1,444 


66 


128 


1,477 


691 


102 


41 


2,325,232 


529,731 


50 


3,916 


351 


349 


3,093 


2,308 


316 


1,726 


289 


325 


1,679 


1,292 


97 


34 


2,454,862 


986,923 


191 


1,717 


168 


221 


4,267 


2,631 


159 


2,938 


134 


185 


2,754 


1,254 


94 


35 


4,329,159 


1,030,213 


95 


3,131 


590 


869 


1,505 


1,776 


477 


959 


280 


746 


693 


1,139 


72 


53 


295,242 


197,793 


138 


656 


262 


288 


500 


631 


227 


307 


239 


249 


340 


392 


111 


50 


95,289 


107,488 


69 


149 


645 


658 


2,156 


2,364 


598 


1,239 


556 


603 


1,077 


1,219 


87 


24 


273,410 


226,609 


319 


1,337 


147 


424 


2,50i 


2,644 


127 


1,130 


81 


340 


1,097 


1,327 


97 


13 


1,676,330 


1,165,471 


64 


2,975 


162 


241 


1,623 


1,190 


Ul 


901 


86 


212 


841 


504 


93 


12 


1,041,800 


154,769 


70 


1,626 


262 


356 


2,177 


2,016 


232 


1,159 


226 


319 


1,140 


993 


98 


57 


1,752,336 


682,130 


140 


900 


58 


99 


114 


247 


46 


63 


50 


81 


72 


145 


114 


14 


22,058 


33,662 


31 


70 


238 


348 


662 


910 


190 


341 


128 


234 


227 


385 


67 


27 


42,495 


17,436 


109 


349 


279 


426 


1,437 


1,808 


237 


901 


169 


361 


773 


1,246 


86 


34 


980,442 


1,389,103 


99 


553 


367 


464 


673 


835 


341 


449 


239 


412 


308 


568 


69 


3 


17,504 


39,999 


58 


92 


469 


621 


2,178 


2,428 


433 


988 


297 


569 


845 


1,316 


86 


36 


383,151 


140,295 


135 


1,109 


348 


421 


3,274 


2,455 


277 


1,672 


212 


345 


1,695 


1,127 


101 


27 


2,678,235 


598,975 


130 


1,782 


578 


651 


2,019 


2,300 


556 


1,227 


492 


621 


1,114 


1,415 


91 


42 


167,950 


155,718 


286 


861 


713 


718 


2,490 


2,143 


647 


1,313 


528 


567 


1,135 


1,122 


36 


39 


214,692 


112,256 


334 


1,683 


466 


485 


1,865 


1,595 


350 


686 


292 


392 


552 


829 


80 


25 


90,968 


322,839 


172 


753 


169 


193 


1,666 


977 


151 


872 


155 


157 


913 


507 


105 


25 


1,155,458 


463,637 


80 


825 


226 


318 


3,941 


3,277 


189 


2,164 


196 


260 


2,190 


1,753 


101 


58 


3,368,254 


2,393,768 


116 


3,215 


261 


308 


929 


1,023 


240 


572 


235 


289 


561 


681 


98 


60 


273,715 


232,109 


137 


591 


131 


215 


259 


480 


103 


175 


84 


176 


155 


319 


89 


6 


6,720 


11,280 


48 


229 


443 


405 


4,141 


2,067 


362 


1,801 


168 


331 


1,379 


826 


77 


67 


2,993,809 


64,031 


118 


2,730 


330 


473 


1,997 


5,019 


310 


1,446 


248 


425 


1,341 


2,885 


93 


19 


1,545,730 


5,517,377 


124 


1,207 


162 


195 


1,073 


1,133 


148 


720 


38 


164 


537 


563 


75 


11 


791,399 


542,671 


79 


655 


68 


80 


4,419 


3,530 


48 


2,027 


41 


66 


1,970 


1,580 


97 


16 


2,651,126 


1,759,813 


45 


4,534 


291 


405 


1,176 


1,301 

3 

4,010 


276 


758 


190 


350 

1 

1,2(K 


677 


774 

3 

2,417 


89 


23 


508,150 


273,389 


159 


853 


1,257 


1,269 


4,431 


1,158 


2,463 


1,108 


2,294 


93 


128 


1,024,501 


338,989 


606 


2,521 


663 


868 


1,880 


2,333 


631 


1,150 


536 


766 


1,263 


1,395 


110 


106 


355,839 


253,474 


339 


1,022 


19 


14 


540 


407 


15 


328 


15 


14 


321 


146 


98 


8 


722,520 


66,616 


14 


1,173 


303 


366 


3,577 


2,534 


289 


2,573 


236 


332 


2,476 


1,588 


96 


50 


3,971,778 


2,281,545 


112 


1,655 


51 


68 


2,371 


2,087 


44 


1,690 


39 


59 


1,524 


1,425 


90 


16 


2,996,977 


2,609,955 


26 


1,445 


387 


424 


2,511 


1,630 


369 


1,432 


338 


393 


1,352 


1,003 


94 


33 


1,794,522 


519,1U 


184 


1,239 


1,017 


1,257 


2,831 


3,235 


903 


1,544 


693 


1,124 


1,205 


1,795 


78 


43 


194,599 


331,496 


443 


1,103 


201 


356 


3,631 


1,179 


186 


1,947 


161 


319 


1,925 


680 


99 


47 


3,198,239 


251,330 


74 


3,339 


189 


374 


1,487 


1,447 


162 


828 


112 


327 


754 


350 


91 


31 


751,810 


291,104 


87 


362 


31 


40 


3,557 


3,305 


23 


1,122 


16 


34 


1,018 


676 


91 


4 


195,000 


80,632 


21 


5,435 


199 


237 


793 


761 


159 


356 


170 


203 


378 


374 


106 


9 


60,169 


16,375 


76 


417 


856 


930 


3,088 


2,366 


755 


1,544 


626 


828 


1,349 


1,633 


87 


43 


523,941 


366,286 


361 


2,511 


404 


535 


1,197 


l,30t 


298 


686 


306 


447 


718 


760 


105 


68 


392,319 


189,443 


141 


789 



Puerto Rico 

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inlcs 
lyamc 
lyanl 
lynat 

Gut abo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlguerot) . 

Humacao 

tsabela 

jayuya 

Juana Diaz.. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marlaa. . 
Las Pledrae. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo . 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.i . . . 
Mayagiiez. , . . 

Moca 

Morovla 

Haguabo 

NaranJIto. . . 
Orocovls. . . , 

Patlllas 

Pe^elas. . , , 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas 

Rlnc6n 

Rio Grande . . 
^Rfo Pledras. 

San Sebastian 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta , 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



78 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 14.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF HOGS AND PIGS ON FARMS, SOWS FARROWING, PIGS 
RAISED, AND HOGS AND PIGS SOLD: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Hogs end pigs cm fans 



Farms reporting 



Number, total 



Less than 
A months old 



FanDS 
report- 

1959 



Number, 
1959 



4 months old 
and over 



Fanns 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Number, 
1959 



Sows farrowing 

between 

Hoy. 1, 1958, and 

Oct. 31, 1959 



Farms 
report- 
ing 



Pigs raised between 

Nov. 1, 1958, and 

Oct. 31, 1959 



Faims 
report- 
ing 



Hogs and pigs sold 

between 

Nov. 1, 1958, and 

Oct. 31, 1959 



Farms 
report- 
ing 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . , 
Aibonito 

ASasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranquitas.. 

BayamcSn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Cajnuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Ceiba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

CGDerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Qu&ilca 

Guayama 

Guayanllla. . . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz , . . 

Juncofi 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marian ... 
LaB Pledras . , 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Maricao 

Maunabo.*. 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovis 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovls 

Patillas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas. . 

Rlnc<Sn 

^J^fo Grande. . . , 
Rio PJedras.. , 

Sabana Grande . 

Salinas 

San Germ^ 

San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . , 

San Sebaati^. 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



383 
■435 
190 
"129 
240 

219 
625 
84 

176 
453 

420 
262 
766 

479 
319 

1 

447 
87 

511 
335 

373 

264 

420 

9 

33 

65 
10 

147 
167 
371 

288 
420 
67 
559 
474 

234 
70 
314 
166 
718 

401 
649 
128 
53 
223 

135 
246 
319 
447 
386 

241 
425 
593 
519 
248 

269 
205 
169 
205 
197 

186 
64 

350 

1,161 

732 
11 

194 
27 

329 
1,143 

196 
121 
33 
279 
1,007 
588 



497 
466 
338 
501 
359 

318 
900 
85 
223 
496 

557 
381 
609 
487 
455 



532 
153 

487 

510 

468 

430 

744 

6 

60 

139 
19 
185 
264 
443 

349 
467 
76 
480 
655 

195 
184 
250 
210 
1,093 

364 
563 
354 
169 
303 

112 
402 
338 
614 
566 

345 
511 
597 
613 
320 

350 
331 
276 
334 
306 



1,210 

1,072 

19 

309 

50 

330 

1,293 

328 
343 
40 
331 
958 
631 



73,029 

676 
732 
757 
1,385 
653 

486 

1,620 

199 

402 

1,026 

1,352 
702 

2,310 
933 

2,679 

2 

1,576 

234 

1,121 

1,075 

1,292 
773 

1,454 
40 
96 

257 
186 
576 
471 
2,291 

1,032 
1,004 
176 
1,787 
1,373 

446 
269 
919 
631 
1,752 

626 

1,904 
478 
149 
681 

250 
703 

1,178 
926 

1,023 

660 

917 

1,107 

1,333 

961 

965 

402 

339 

1,012 

1,139 

625 
269 
970 

3,527 

1,726 

51 

629 

335 

1,406 

2,601 

1,943 

345 

94 

574 

2,547 

1,234 



91,069 

1,092 
774 
1,231 
i,287 
1,013 

963 

2,477 

271 

838 

1,122 

2,158 
1,224 
1,815 
997 
2,136 

17 

1,713 

358 

1,168 

1,496 

1,530 

1,352 

1,921 

48 

348 

668 

407 

963 

848 

1,383 

1,010 
1,195 
196 
1,419 
1,830 

466 
1,048 

620 
1,029 
2,775 

703 

1,279 

1,137 

421 

787 

213 
1,213 

943 
1,451 
2,028 

1,204 
1,449 
1,288 
1,589 
1,287 

1,150 

839 

875 

1,039 

1,341 

714 I 
783 
1,356 1 

2,908 

2,363 
471 
876 

1,073 
829 

2,916 

929 
1,304 
1,272 

757 
2,919 
1,497 



41,073 



200 


308 


203 


321 


107 


325 


176 


527 


153 


380 


84 


157 


273 


717 


20 


54 


72 


187 


225 


479 


221 


852 


143 


313 


326 


803 


213 


402 


172 


1,259 


267 


809 


33 


83 


324 


598 


205 


495 


169 


712 


153 


366 


223 


675 


4 


23 


12 


43 


39 


136 


3 


91 


54 


210 


66 


220 


174 


947 


83 


467 


192 


422 


33 


89 


218 


670 


215 


603 


33 


171 


35 


116 


125 


325 


73 


404 


335 


775 


174 


244 


236 


754 


78 


223 


23 


33 


107 


311 


58 


104 


80 


226 


168 


622 


223 


452 


201 


437 


90 


247 


241 


455 


294 


553 


164 


451 


115 


437 


115 


437 


107 


193 


57 


123 


79 


300 


107 


451 


37 


277 


18 


55 


170 


485 


499 


1,404 


328 


715 


5 


22 


100 


287 


25 


226 


130 


719 


577 


1,295 


91 


858 


30 


93 


16 


42 


145 


305 


344 


814 


361 


702 



245 


363 


286 


411 


113 


432 


341 


853 


115 


273 


165 


329 


460 


903 


73 


145 


127 


215 


301 


547 


330 


1,000 


181 


389 


662 


1,507 


33U 


531 


262 


1,420 


1 


2 


299 


767 


78 


151 


324 


523 


299 


580 


291 


580 


217 


407 


284 


779 


8 


17 


28 


53 


42 


121 


10 


95 


124 


366 


136 


251 


313 


1,344 


245 


565 


307 


532 


46 


87 


505 


1,117 


375 


765 


171 


275 


48 


153 


275 


594 


132 


277 


526 


977 


237 


332 


581 


1,150 


76 


250 


37 


66 


168 


370 


86 


146 


230 


477 


204 


556 


313 


474 


292 


536 


214 


413 


263 


462 


375 


549 


466 


887 


173 


524 


208 


528 


126 


209 


130 


211 


167 


712 


150 


738 


150 


, 348 


60 


'' 214 


239 


485 


016 


2,123 


535 


1,011 


10 


29 


139 


342 


17 


159 


254 


687 


762 


1,306 


157 


1,035 


105 


252 


24 


52 


187 


269 


936 


1,733 


315 


532 



53 
33 
26 

28 
104 
17 
18 
41 

130 
65 

100 
73 

106 



93 

13 

148 

103 

142 
81 
58 



14 

5 

20 

46 

123 

74 

127 

9 

81 
167 

26 

17 
63 
60 
165 

12 
197 
18 



208 
5 
39 
13 
91 

169 

55 
35 
9 
55 
199 
90 



9,485 

146 
55 
99 

111 
71 

40 
192 
23 
32 
66 

220 
95 

205 
84 

360 



176 
44 
192 
245 

236 

107 

156 

6 

5 

22 

24 

37 

72 

283 

101 
284 
30 
217 
294 

30 
31 
90 
160 
241 

39 
239 
39 
7 
82 

43 
61 
253 
93 
97 

51 

56 

110 

117 

165 

129 
65 
49 

101 
92 

119 
94 
212 



331 

6 

55 

55 

144 

426 

378 
43 
13 
63 
229 
230 



7,884 



60,329 



219 


531 


56 


473 


47 


867 


188 


916 


66 


366 


39 


323 


136 


1,407 


16 


137 


21 


195 


43 


510 


226 


1,796 


72 


772 


193 


1,260 


72 


580 


156 


2,044 


177 


1,451 


13 


237 


236 


1,451 


162 


1,354 


178 


1,931 


142 


899 


131 


1,091 


3 


25 


3 


37 


20 


174 


6 


115 


19 


235 


95 


543 


186 


1,611 


104 


801 


172 


1,658 


13 


187 


223 


1,083 


162 


1,475 


32 


152 


19 


224 


98 


693 


63 


1,186 


249 


1,804 


51 


207 


267 


1,363 


15 


245 


3 


41 


58 


627 


30 


214 


32 


319 


66 


1,267 


136 


680 


86 


565 


51 


310 


104 


335 


135 


764 


155 


693 


179 


1,423 


102 


332 


116 


532 


25 


257 


48 


731 


30 


668 


53 


1,043 


38 


523 


74 


1,155 


333 


1,876 


243 


2,599 


4 


33 


56 


359 


16 


354 


124 


1,113 


414 


2,106 


57 


1,260 


76 


375 


7 


76 


147 


504 


203 


1,344, 


189 


1,237 



123 
5 
136 
215 
135 

87 
336 
40 
46 
231 

223 
196 
391 
392 

163 

269 
23 
272 
264 

258 
121 
224 



170 
230 
60 
159 
347 

80 
26 
176 
119 
306 

135 

305 

54 



55 

97 
147 
123 
163 

59 
264 
374 
154 
135 

92 

157 
64 
71 

141 

108 
39 
241 



498 
5 
101' 
15 
227 
548 

103 
73 
19 
120 
358 
231 



PUERTO RICO 



79 



Municipio Table 15.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF CHICKENS ON FARMS, NUMBER OF CHICKENS SOLD, AND 

DOZENS OF EGGS SOLD: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Chicken hen£ an farm 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



Chickens on farm 
(pullets, broilers, and roosters) 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



Chickens sold (hens, 
pullets, broilers, and roosters) 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



Eggs sold 



Farms report ijig 



1959 1950 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

A^sco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultas . . 

Bay&m6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camay 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Ceiba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Conerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^ica 

Guayama 

Guayanilla. . . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias . . . . 
Las Piedraa, , 

Lofza 

Luqulllo * 

Manatf 

Maricao 

Maunabo.i 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovis 

Naguabo 

NaranJIto. ... 

Orocovis 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradillas. 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande. .. 
-Rio Piedras . . 

Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

San Germ^, . . 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujillo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . . . 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques-. 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



36,781 

1,030 
604 
293 
558 
422 

404 
961 
96 
262 
726 

590 
344 
996 
686 
385 

1 
697 

131 
771 
537 

536 
396 

784 
13 



95 
19 
215 
264 
499 

365 
531 
97 
626 
624 

517 
108 
381 
206 
1,178 

858 
752 
169 
119 
332 

421 
297 
575 
702 
605 

332 
630 
1,064 
694 
356 

582 
312 
220 
267 
362 

231 
70 
553 

1,359 

1,079 

11 

250 

48 

390 

2,136 

241 
261 
39 
457 
1,058 
959 



47,241 

1,257 
814 
472 
703 
60S 

569 
1,352 
140 
324 
830 

688 
503 
905 
698 
626 

7 
957 
184 
828 
763 

661 

580 

1,026 



217 
34 
283 
400 
620 

456 
680 
104 
665 

800 

567 
261 
380 
269 
1,639 

828 
752 
516 
304 
516 

472 
463 
876 
921 

810 

471 
732 
1,221 
836 
481 

814 
419 
363 
495 
523 

314 

101 
726 

1,552 

1,468 

20 

419 

74 

457 

2,425 

473 

557 

56 

560 

1,140 

1,111 



674,997 

17, 8W 
5,736 
4,065 
9,619 

25,953 

5,685 

14,695 

850 

4,254 
14,076 

79,239 
7,129 

19,491 
8,812 

15,445 

10 
11,817 
11,576 
13,649 
11,716 

20,651 
6,855 

16,494 

185 

6,236 

1,577 

458 

9,670 

8,585 

15,923 

6,359 

10,080 

1,675 

3,906 

10,678 

7,254 
7,984 
6,249 
5,665 
20,025 

12,454 

15,769 

3,337 

1,407 

5,301 

8,028 
3,546 

11,802 
7,799 

11,542 

3,897 
10,893 
17,927 
10,216 

6,950 

23,613 
4,735 
2,799 
8,983 

55,237 

5,307 

1,362 

24,769 

20,280 

14,936 
408 
10,870 
2,253 
13,627 
30,752 

20,764 
6,300 
563 
15,815 
10,833 
16,757 



799,353 

22,374 
7,146 
7,953 

10,238 

14,111 

9,539 
19,434 
2,153 
7,081 
16,985 

14,685 
10,004 
17,085 
9,575 
10,721 

197 

15,313 

2,147 

12,730 

11,926 

14,995 
10,202 
17,848 
230 
2,449 

4,078 
3,518 
6,246 
7,884 
12,383 

7,876 
10,095 
1,886 
9,554 
10,200 

8,634 
7,180 
4,643 
7,175 
26,731 

12,522 
9,120 
3,907 
4,346 
6,704 

9,219 
6,274 
14,735 
10,054 
15,853 

6,957 
14,492 
23,314 
10,785 
10,326 

14,431 
6,259 
5,304 
6,146 
9,693 

6,555 

3,613 

13,930 

22,995 

20,106 
2,023 
8,075 
7,159 
U,533 
30,471 

7,041 
9,673 
13,556 
9,911 
14,580 
15,887 



34,025 

990 
515 
254 
539 

303 

376 
864 
92 
214 
707 

564 
319 
981 
658 
356 



661 
L28 
736 
524 

520 

333 

737 

13 



20 
179 
246 
491 

283 
493 
95 
582 
533 

477 
107 
371 
190 
1,006 

672 
724 
154 
102 
322 

390 
264 
526 
581 
565 

313 
592 
962 
657 
343 

555 
274 
139 
209 
347 

192 
70 
529 

1,323 

933 
11 

199 
44 

353 
2,083 

219 
217 
39 
432 
978 
919 



45,969 

1,243 
730 
466 
699 
591 

554 
1,328 
132 
316 
797 

669 

494 
889 
630 
611 



937 
182 
819 
752 

653 
571 
974 



208 
31 
276 
398 
613 

440 
664 
104 
649 
773 

547 
267 
366 
256 
1,568 

826 
731 
494 
297 
498 

470 
445 
844 
871 
791 

447 
713 
1,197 
823 
464 

795 
404 
347 
487 
509 

313 
100 
708 

1,513 

1,426 

20 

401 

66 

440 

2,380 

454 

538 

54 

551 

1,101 
1,092 



1,278,940 

8,794 
2,332 
2,164 
9,370 
101,769 

2,352 

18,912 

621 

3,475 
36,548 

136,005 

3,288 

12,301 

5,491 

13,865 



5,433 

2,553 

8,925 

76,716 

4,210 
5,796 
5,374 
216 
1,357 

741 

225 

3,694 

2,276 

10,445 

3,226 
8,320 
1,598 
10,871 
6,216 

4,931 
7,536 
4,012 
3,038 
9,688 

6,083 
7,U7 
1,017 
725 
2,955 

2,913 
1,460 
18,375 
1,908 
6,364 

2,156 
9,063 
10,457 
5,733 
4,441 

10,502 

2,224 

1,259 

6,644 

411,689 

3,441 

824 

21,023 

20,171 

6,460 
233 
1,494 
1,601 
7,262 
73,689 

20,831 

24,203 

348 

25,747 

5,971 

6,358 



845,459 

19,060 
5,102 
7,300 
19,609 
13,241 

6,954 
24,818 
1,847 
7,283 
12,138 

14,940 
6,890 

27,170 
8,247 

28,645 

95 

13,299 

1,606 

12,402 

U,631 

14,077 

10,698 

16,657 

197 

8,539 

2,744 
3,115 
7,803 
6,868 
28,605 

6,198 
9,354 
1,330 
10,768 
9,176 

10,912 
6,090 
6,265 
4,740 

27,097 

16,753 
8,225 
8,487 
3,904 
5,046 

12,332 
3,946 

18,724 
9,105 

14,609 

5,947 
17,637 
16,139 
11,752 

9,887 

14,728 
5,482 
3,883 
6,220 

19,085 

4,880 

3,983 

11,100 

24,877 

21,336 
2,313 
5,594 
5,127 
6,754 

40,737 

5,575 
10,539 
16,727 

9,032 
12,848 
16,036 



5,917 

139 
93 
46 
70 
65 

45 
148 
13 
22 
46 

99 

74 

217 

177 

41 



126 
19 

209 
90 

57 

69 

194 

3 



18 
26 
82 

70 
127 

17 
115 
160 

38 
15 
90 
26 
215 

82 
107 
22 
16 



37 
34 
88 
61 
94 

25 
71 
163 
57 
42 

52 
79 
17 
17 
33 

104 
U 

125 



13 

7 

131 

253 

35 

31 

2 

33 

122 

164 



14,850 

487 
324 
134 
201 

171 

310 
374 
31 
101 
171 

243 
135 
205 
198 
126 



323 

31 

180 

261 

194 
159 
246 
1 
26 

51 

11 

82 

134 

158 

154 
299 
35 
163 
324 

108 
48 
89 
99 

304 

282 
196 

127 
68 

125 

144 
96 
282 
402 
246 

118 
163 
219 
254 
212 

205 
153 
121 
96 
127 

145 

22 

308 



146 
775 

121 
126 
7 
162 
336 
515 



2,460,554 

3,770 

1,279 

771 

11,347 

390,484 

655 

68,821 

93 

1,257 

122,023 

460,926 

1,633 

5,095 

1,987 

19,324 



16,596 

1,152 

13,305 

270,959 

14,451 
1,287 
8,018 
22 
3,251 

131 

97 

2,353 

2,048 

5,433 

1,395 
3,907 
885 
8,058 
4,633 

661 
1,500 
1,599 
4,380 
5,932 

2,042 

1,711 

544 

447 

961 

1,126 

306 

73,677 

536 

1,337 

376 
13,647 
2,542 
1,547 
1,198 

7,403 

1,538 

449 

534 

419,026 

3,311 

133 

40,154 

18,067 

4,389 

70 

1,214 

4,101 

14,502 

205,397 

43,349 
67, 521 
15 
59,930 
1,334 
3,547 



685,488 

11,750 
3,602 
3,699 

23,000 
4,367 

7,924 

27,119 

829 

15,125 

4,012 

17,437 
2,253 

18,466 
3,904 

54,935 



36,556 

329 

5,368 

6,708 

4,536 

4,121 

5,270 

5 

26,655 

819 

3,128 

2,322 

3,459 

43,418 

2,398 
7,204 
4«) 
2,186 
6,603 

3,563 
1,373 
1,969 
3,613 
22,280 

7,445 
2,879 
2,820 
1,060 
1,979 

19,6ro 
1,265 

24,616 
5,439 
5,553 

1,472 
11,451 
3,407 
3,912 
5,359 

16,255 
3,047 
3,127 
1,485 

35,920 

3,733 

351 

22,097 

7,935 

13,883 

2,794 
15,962 

5,267 
19,127 

2,431 
6,104 
17,713 
3,718 
3,772 
9,001 



9,736 

290 
72 
66 

137 

108 

71 

220 

17 

44 
150 

133 
120 
404 
139 
111 



127 

27 

320 

131 

191 

117 

201 

4 

9 

37 
7 

85 
103 
178 

121 
173 
30 
90 
138 

112 
36 

113 
49 

312 

200 
177 
58 
40 
70 

90 
71 

176 
97 

208 

55 
172 
499 
139 
136 

131 
110 
27 
45 
120 

101 
21 
193 



209 
6 
77 
13 
157 
294 

61 
90 
11 
62 
216 
227 



15,506 

560 
96 
115 
225 
182 

236 
302 
35 
33 
397 

272 
137 
202 
199 

122 



402 

33 

203 

254 

280 

■ 138 

439 



39 

9 

93 

141 
177 

132 
253 
42 
189 
215 

84 
39 

101 
85 

616 

202 

262 

133 

82 

122 

90 
104 
296 
223 
441 

127 
291 
703 
341 
217 

224 
153 
34 



135 
24 
248 



158 
113 
8 
190 
549 
500 



4,603,646 

38,666 
2,865 
2,784 

16,916 
155,497 

4,272 

50,245 

400 

28,794 

32,533 

532,423 
12,577 
70,055 
14,935 
72,605 



10,315 
9,031 
44,016 
36,789 

272,249 

13,923 

60,347 

115 

74,245 

979 

233 

42, 2W 

46,813 

66,876 

5,426 
23,698 

4,558 
14,093 
43,786 

6,121 

90,055 

15, 529 

28,002 

234,009 

9,257 
66,179 
4,662 
1,629 

14,747 

42,600 
2,494 

58,252 
4,290 

15,825 

1,920 
15,792 
31,775 
41,335 

6,355 

432,204 
4,447 
2,637 
82,312 

471,229 

27,618 

1,254 

322,533 

27,568 

18,361 
378 
175,774 
6,535 
37,026 
70,121 

143,156 
16,250 

313 

163,677 

5,303 

47,644 



1,068,484 

48,695 
1,759 
7,245 
9,710 

10,320 

18,634 
14,456 
530 
4,173 
31,485 

21,689 
13,810 
14,291 
10,430 
11,936 



26,314 

308 

10,631 

10,548 

27,754 
6,563 
39,852 

5,418 

2,013 

1,305 

3,160 

12,497 

18,322 

7,190 
14,511 
2,462 
4,009 
10,758 

3,719 
1,437 
6,496 
7,291 
32,763 

7,519 
7,036 
7,082 
2,301 
4,667 

4,084 
3,460 

21,285 
6,033 

33,430 

4,050 
24,650 
53,511 
15,141 

9,053 

21,698 

9,544 

315 

2,697 

28,591 

12,622 

880 

23,051 



17,653 

4,968 
3,861 
3,863 
39,425 

8,042 
4,360 
103,109 
22,903 
14,637 
23,811 



80 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 16.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF TURKEYS, DUCKS. GEESE. GUINEAS, AND PIGEONS 
ON FARMS; NUMBER OF HIVES OF BEES ON FARMS, AND HONEY PRODUCED: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



Municipio 



Turkeys 



Farms reporting 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



Farms reporting 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Allxsnlto 

A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranquitaa . , 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Cata^o 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coano 

Ccnerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^ica 

Guayama 

Guayanllla, .. . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormigueros . . , 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz ... 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias. , . , 
Lag Pledras . . , 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo . i 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovle 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Peoielas 

Ponce 

Quebradillas . 

Rlnc(5n 

, Rf o Grande . . . 
->Rfo Piedrae . . 

Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

\ San Germ^. . . 

•*San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebaatl&i 
Santa Isabel. 

Toe Alta 

Tea Baja 

TruJIllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . .. 
Vega BaJa. . . . 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

YabucoB 

Yauco 



1,87-1 

39 

7 
2i 
43 
49 



14 

2 

34 

131 



113 
1 

31 
42 



30 
105 

25 

21 

2 

34 



142 
20 
132 
158 
212 

37 

331 

8 

50 
116 



462 

150 



334 

581 

299 
188 
78 



174 
315 

65 
153 

162 
90 

142 
74 

156 

24 
89 
32 



9 

60 

37 

63 

200 

47 
105 
338 
74 
71 

101 
167 
27 
20 
115 

26 
87 
49 



163 

2 

59 

11 

153 

448 

50 
26 

114 
111 
139 



10, 192 

91 
15 
80 
146 

151 



404 

5 

121 

109 

262 

374 

235 

151 

90 



266 

13 
158 
357 



352 
257 
213 



157 
75 

71 
136 

220 
316 
3 
157 
148 

148 
173 
78 
325 
307 

29 

64 
47 
41 
114 

25 

9 

285 



31 
217 
82 
26 
162 

140 

67 

6 

32 

196 

92 
146 
73 



184 


34 


81 


2 


169 


3 


57 


6 


97 


14 


354 


162 



125 
32 
167 



1,528 

40 
5 
13 
34 
18 

12 

65 

5 



1,534 



36 
6 
9 
6 
9 
138 

9 
6 
2 

14 

11 



7,737 

257 
17 
35 

140 
90 

44 
294 
48 

95 
78 

104 
60 
158 
248 



300 
114 

145 
63 
51 



15 

1 

163 

31 
253 

20 
160 
4 
63 
59 

285 
72 
22 
20 

359 

144 

71 

12 

2 

35 

62 

12 
97 



34 

30 
370 



316 

71 
11 

47 
145 



168 
13 
12 
71 
59 

796 

82 
14 

102 
58 
72 



6,444 

163 
21 
53 
28 



21 

232 

9 

67 
129 

86 

77 

246 

142 

142 



113 
33 
143 
129 

97 

85 
105 



35 
57 

30 
101 

135 
138 
48 
39 
236 

72 
85 
35 
7 
57 

28 
21 
186 
42 
49 



43 
124 
103 

75 

228 
95 
25 
54 

197 

9 
153 
15 



151 
96 
22 
33 
38 

458 



20 
22 
66 
36 
129 



115 
2 



681 
5 



2 
9 

2 
39 
118 



31 
17 
40 
51 
57 

9 
112 
10 
26 

42 



25 

2 

39 

112 

21 
33 
8 
34 
50 
62 



20,524 

314 
111 
296 
251 
879 

29 
613 
17 
87 
123 

354 
547 
784 
536 
136 



1,077 
230 

442 

169 

54 

15 

102 



395 
149 
323 

274 
421 
96 
219 
,644 

336 
152 
489 
222 
305 

217 
264 

47 
13 
97 

277 
34 
245 
155 
295 

211 
112 
589 
110 
288 

560 
227 
37 
62 
225 

229 
327 
105 



273 
68 
55 
22 
336 
615 

51 

79 

6 

185 

342 

319 



PUERTO RICO 



81 



Municipio Table 16.-FARMS REPORTING AND NUMBER OF TURKEYS, DUCKS. GEESE, GUINEAS, AND PIGEONS ON 
FARMS; NUMBER OF HIVES OF BEES ON FARMS, AND HONEY PRODUCED: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950-Con. 





Pigeons 


Hives of bees on fann 


Honey protiuced 


Uunlclpio 


Farms reporting 


Number 


Farms reporting 


Number 


Farms reporting 


Pounds 




1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1950 


1959 


1949 


1959 


1949 


Puerto Rico 


3,071 

79 
19 
43 
150 

38 

3 
93 
8 
8 
34 

48 
37 
85 
9 
36 

1 

123 

6 

39 

73 

42 
35 

21 

9 

3 

3 

20 

37 

71 

45 
36 
13 
45 
28 

59 

5 

41 

15 

118 

66 
24 

3 

1 

20 

37 
9 
45 
20 
20 

25 

30 

104 

68 

39 

108 

3 

16 

16 

44 

27 
13 
46 

59 

65 
2 

10 

8 

32 

262 

27 
15 
3 
63 
66 
82 


3,375 

93 
20 
30 
57 
64 

20 

106 

6 

22 

34 

79 
43 
49 
40 
61 

m 

8 

58 
86 

72 
43 
53 

4 

10 
4 
32 
53 
86 

41 
42 
22 
23 
33 

67 
64 
21 
25 
128 

41 
16 
31 
16 
27 

23 
10 
73 
37 
58 

16 
55 
67 
21 
49 

106 
15 
25 
27 
64 

25 
24 
59 

45 

72 
10 
33 
3 
30 
202 

23 
42 
7 
76 
16 
110 


52,233 

1,474 
186 
571 

1,092 
578 

89 
1,181 
179 
114 
476 

1,513 
414 

2,200 
519 
901 

40 
2,5U 

63 
946 
980 

1,020 
769 
3U 

172 

26 
53 

338 

708 

1,007 

605 
591 
620 
466 
567 

1,410 
749 
455 
379 

1,309 

1,331 

412 

36 

14 

384 

670 
112 
1,009 
134 
321 

593 
368 
1,228 
549 
736 

2,306 
89 
147 
134 

1,446 

931 
265 
631 

467 

529 
96 
184 
820 
482 
3,725 

474 

912 

10 

1,210 
732 

1,056 


49,037 

1,183 
185 
313 
743 
725 

203 

1,183 

21 

438 

290 

895 
472 
577 
234 
814 

1,220 

60 

864 

774 

960 

1,023 

535 

51 

205 
278 
563 
699 
975 

409 
428 
168 
223 
502 

1,360 

1,361 

229 

193 

2,437 

662 
93 

342 
296 

131 

580 
130 
1,126 
238 
564 

266 

453 
541 
194 
554 

3,347 
181 

1,321 
291 

3,143 

732 

1,115 

621 

271 

463 
610 
484 
439 
335 
1,726 

659 
528 
104 
726 
152 
1,376 


608 

63 

5 
1 

6 

4 
3 

5 

5 

1 
7 
1 

7 

'1 

1 
2 

4 

1 

"2 

10 
1 

4 
1 
3 
5 
2 

35 
3 

1 
20 

18 

1 

3 
3 

22 

12 

1 
11 

11 

5 

20 

1 
11 

38 

1 

3 

9 
2 

7 

5 

19 

1 

1 

6 

113 

4 

3 
13 
25 


1,457 

122 

17 

6 

15 

20 

15 
24 
1 
2 
24 

12 
6 

15 
9 
4 

'25 

2 
48 
12 

13 
6 

20 

"2 

1 

6 
14 

10 

24 

5 

6 

11 

15 

51 
14 
10 
2 
82 

40 
U 

10 

2 
1 

29 
2 
39 
23 
30 

3 
15 
46 

4 
25 

69 
6 

11 
12 
9 

9 

19 

4 

62 
4 

10 

2 

6 

170 

3 
4 
1 
21 
20 
59 


8,627 

1,027 

12 

6 

13 

15 
15 

70 

9 
2 

7 

1 

75 

706 
9 

2 
2 
68 

200 

60 

475 

4 

52 

3 
3 

11 
7 

741 
142 

3 
502 

336 
9 

"5 

10 

245 

281 

5 

249 

60 
122 
180 

35 
132 

657 

50 

1 

39 

3 

197 

"'9 

207 

12 

1 

36 

1,008 

33 

215 

24 

219 


17,794 

1,315 
81 
18 
63 
52 

115 

98 

10 

2 

136 

286 

55 

64 

9 

31 

226 

8 

934 

33 

121 

29 

127 

12 

5 

62 
536 
20 

60 
6 
76 
42 
24 

1,306 

317 

23 

13 

1,390 

805 
30 

303 

14 

1 

356 
9 
496 
157 
413 

92 
716 
400 

54 
485 

1,469 
11 
19 
19 
15 

64 

352 

"5 

296 
13 
57 
6 
9 
1,861 

9 

11 

1 

581 

45 

365 


475 

56 

5 
1 

4 

4 
3 

4 

3 
1 
3 

7 

"20 
1 

1 

4 

1 

2 
10 

1 

4 
1 
2 

4 
2 

35 

3 

1 
16 

18 

1 

2 

1 

20 

12 

1 
6 

6 

5 

13 

1 
11 

34 

1 

"i 

5 

1 

6 

1 

14 

1 

1 

3 

69 

3 

"3 

3 

23 


918 

93 

6 

3 

5 

14 

6 

15 

1 
1 
15 

8 
1 
9 
2 
3 

15 
2 

41 
6 

10 

4 

11 

"i 

4 

13 

3 

11 
2 

2 

4 
5 

41 
7 
4 
2 

59 

26 
3 

7 

1 

17 

21 
13 
22 

2 
10 
31 

3 
14 

43 
2 
8 
6 
4 

7 

13 

1 

32 

1 
4 
1 
3 
121 

1 

15 

9 

43 


33,247 

4,056 
57 
23 

29 

74 
53 

162 

12 

3 
7 

224 

2,405 
45 

6 

256 

500 

356 

1,447 

12 

155 
9 
35 
24 
28 

5,702 
376 

9 
1,295 

1,445 
40 

'10 
30 

805 

1,349 

25 

1,623 

135 
1,487 
500 
100 
358 

1,930 

125 

97 

5 

584 

'24 

774 

20 

3 

30 

2,490 

83 

905 
46 
309 


55,378 


Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenae 

Albonlto 


4,316 

89 

8 

111 

73 




64 


Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta 


110 
5 
5 

598 


Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

ClaleB 


2,005 

26 

67 

7 

24 

929 

31 

4,056 

40 




221 


Canerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 


18 
444 

12 




169 


Guayanllla 

Guaynabo 

Hatlllo 


2,623 
32 

34 
2 
52 




27 


Isabel a 


22 


Jayuya 


5,832 
492 




22 




35 


Larea 

Las Marlafl 


4,513 
1,531 




12 




1,0U 


Luqulllo 

Manatf 


3 


Marlcao 


755 




373 


Moca 

MorovlB 


105 
1,236 

152 


Naranjlto 


4,991 


Patlllas 


1,683 
118 




893 


Quebradlllas 


4,221 
9 




24 
12 


Hfo Pledrao 

Salinas 


7 
183 
808 


^San Juan 


"4 

353 

15 




260 




7 




11 


Utuado 


4,087 


Vieques 

Vlllalba 


8 

2,860 
31 




1,891 







82 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 17.-SUGARCANE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED 1959 AND 1949- 
SUGARCANE CUT FOR SEED, 1959; AREA IN SUGARCANE, NOVEMBER 1, 1959; AND AREA IN GRAN 
CULTURA FOR HARVEST IN 1960 



Municipio 



Puerto Rico . 



Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . 
Aibonito 



Sugarcane harvested 



Fanns reporting 



ASasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Darranqultas . 



BayanKin. . . 
Cabo Rojo. 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina. . 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Cialea. 

Cidra.. 



Coamo. .. 
Comerio , 
Corozal. 
Ciilebra . 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo 

Gu^ica .... 
Guayama. . . . 
Guayenilla. 
Guaynabo . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormigueroB . 

Humacao 

leabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Larea 



Las Marias. . 
Lae Piedrea. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Marlcao. . . 
Maunabo.%. 
Mayaguez . . 

Moca 

Morovis . . . 



Naguabo . . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls . . 
Patillas . . 
Penuelas . . 



/ Si 



Ponce 

Quebradlllaa . 

Rlnciin 

Rfo Grande. . . 
_Rfo Pledrae.. 



Sabana Grande. 

I Salinas 

\ San Germ^. . . . 
■^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebastl^. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vaga Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques. . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabucoa . . . 
Yauco 



S 
233 
277 
14 
81 

92 
539 

63 

266 

8 

89 

313 

97 

592 

162 

2 

82 

74 

40 

234 

3 
22 

120 



47 
10 
8 
124 
29 

62 

279 

91 

58 

320 

39 
60 
63 

219 
155 

59 
84 
49 
24 

182 

6 
132 

238 
603 
120 

87 
10 

246 
58 

64 
254 

172 
94 
20 

99 

16 
345 



778 
25 

117 
15 

102 
81 

122 
231 
46 
55 
65 
152 



18 
232 
330 
13 
67 

142 
664 
99 
269 

4 

133 
400 
156 
539 
270 

3 

73 

94 

53 

152 

1 
10 
97 



62 
10 
29 
168 
85 

73 
375 
93 
99 

221 

43 
62 
64 

267 
181 

77 
54 
129 

95 
221 

2 
184 
319 
519 
142 

112 
5 

237 
75 

78 
259 

132 
137 
95 

105 

13 

394 



769 
16 

180 
40 

164 

105 

137 
300 
45 
31 
34 
154 



320,940 

841 

3,018 

5,933 

697 

300 

5,536 

16,739 

2,172 

7,174 

105 

3,701 
10,652 
5,696 
8,698 
4,927 

325 

3,467 

2,211 

675 

5,060 

108 

383 

2,354 

1,676 

3,646 

2,231 

6,901 

4,364 

695 

5,130 
5,807 
3,637 
9,048 
5,537 

826 
9,894 
3,575 
3,227 
1,278 

694 
2,222 

5,125 
2,243 
5,160 

492 

2,467 
6,203 
7,381 
2,783 

9,166 
187 

3,040 
2,825 

10,431 
3,475 
6,506 
2,969 
530 

3,792 

5,745 

10,902 

3,336 

13,356 
8,395 
3,956 
2,346 
1,235 
1,212 

2,555 
7,645 
1,961 
2,667 
7,706 
4,938 



1,187 

3,185 

5,851 

266 

680 

6,296 

14, U7 

3,205 

6,610 

38 

5,990 
12,640 
7,540 
8,126 
7,030 

581 
2,377 
2,811 

751 
3,753 

20 

282 

2,062 

2,947 

4,551 
2,429 
6,747 
4,585 
1,997 

5,167 
7,663 
3,733 
8,134 
4,352 

1,209 
8,672 
3,685 
7,746 
1,524 

1,106 
2,516 
6,592 
3,052 
6,294 

154 
3,063 
9,028 
6,742 
3,810 

9,173 
139 

3,880 
3,273 

10,711 
3,323 
6,641 
4,933 
1,849 

3,777 
5,339 
10,949 

3,294 

11,769 
3,276 
5,038 
4,643 
2,793 
1,542 

2,635 
7,404 
2,534 
2,120 
3,632 
5,374 



10,155,136 

22,382 
82,260 
151,467 
22,009 
20,692 

199,426 

527,493 

79,207 

223,459 

2,864 

113,274 
292,624 
189,073 
229,176 
170,583 

13,000 

122,484 

61,061 

18,206 

159,157 

1,491 
11,582 
87,922 

53,319 

128,942 
76,124 
276,157 
128,640 
13,340 

129,660 
142,233 
116,353 
423,396 
156,923 

19,487 
439,002 
112,149 
206,758 

27,404 

13,737 
73,430 

138, 130 
90,039 

181,947 

9,076 
39,738 
176,662 
200,122 
30,762 

329,084 
5,844 

88,523 
82,670 

424,246 
79,436 

114,629 
99,905 
14,250 

90,970 
247,606 
254,917 

96,344 

314,114 
434,676 
112,635 
96,686 
23,066 
28,759 

74,721 

242,8U 

55,170 

64,158 

285,855 

114,534 



10,699,U7 

34,785 
81,353 
125,147 
8,722 
20,406 

169,566 
410,570 
108,590 
201,783 
1,300 

180,822 
328,600 
262,960 
221,956 
224,023 

20,473 
94,418 

103,300 
27,193 

125,283 

535 
10,735 
55,538 

104,645 

158,728 
82,537 
293,649 
135,390 
54,805 

188,576 
195,293 
124,649 
360,928 
102,599 

28,710 
323,214 
128,798 
165,120 

40,802 

21,404 

86,796 

205,725 

110,702 

213,390 

1,376 
106,539 
229,850 
166,053 
99,478 

361,647 
3,741 

112,493 
95,881 

411,003 
76,361 
192,419 
162,493 
45,990 

71,634 
234,117 
287, 162 

92,623 

306,722 
338,733 
154,604 
170,033 
73,530 
35,484 

71,495 

220,054 

65,372 

57,841 

378,622 

130, 2U 



PUERTO RICO 



83 



Municipio Table 17.-SUGARCANE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED. 1959 AND 1949; 
SUGARCANE CUT FOR SEED, 1959; AREA, IN SUGARCANE, NOVEMBER 1, 1959; AND AREA IN GRAN 
CULTURA FOR HARVEST IN 1960-Continued 



Sugarcane harvested, by crop, 1959 



Gran Culture 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



Farms 
reporting 



Sugarcane cut for 
seed in 1959 



Farms 
reporting 



Area in sugarcane, 
Kov. 1, 1959 



Total 
(cuerdas) 



Area in 

Gran Culture 

for harvest 

in 1960 

(cuerdas) 



Puerto Rico . . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguedilla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultas . . 

Bayambn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafto 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalea 

Cldra 

Coano 

Ccmerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gutolca 

Guayama 

Ouayanllla... . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

HatUlo 

HormlgueroB . . , 

Huaacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Uarfaa. . . . 
Las Pledras . . , 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manati 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.t 

Xteyaguez 

Moca 

Morovla 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovla 

Patlllas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas , . 

Rlnc6n 

Rfo Grande... , 
.^RIo Piedrae . . 

Sabana Grande. 

; Salinas 

San Gena&n.. . . 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . , 

San Sebastlfo, 
Santa Isabel.. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Ba Ja 

Vieques 

VUlalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



15 
103 

7 
29 

5 

23 
27 
17 
137 
39 



32 
1Q4 
38 



148 
15 
28 

6 
19 

9 

47 
37 

11 



28,166 

63 
164 
243 
120 

34 

346 

1,947 

139 

870 

24 

297 
518 
353 
729 
359 

40 
447 
169 

91 
416 



62 
104 



654 
132 
1,259 
338 
44 

408 

361 

140 

1,136 

45 

71 

1,478 

292 

469 

22 

25 

71 

725 

206 

606 

12 
153 
321 
372 
203 

746 
55 

80 
368 

970 
224 
257 
419 
50 

219 

1,569 

558 

241 

754 
2,003 
434 
410 
105 
51 

131 
448 
33 
144 
265 
175 



2,161 
5,238 
7,406 
4,174 
1,195 

15,241 

76,464 

6,115 

39,854 

750 

11,787 
23,809 
17,037 
27,817 
14,704 

2,000 
19,272 
4,816 
2,909 
19,205 



1,745 
3,942 

12,518 

30,929 
8,575 
53,721 
12,646 
2,040 

14,353 
12,610 
4,980 
68,657 
15,504 

1,505 
88,092 
16,523 
12,403 

403 

356 

3,675 
32,264 

7,920 
37,397 

300 
6,350 
U,732 
11,630 
7,449 

34,234 
1,915 

2,237 

14,401 

60,714 
6,336 
4,498 

17,340 
1,153 

5,594 
89,272 
15,153 

9,340 

26,603 

142,379 

19,417 

20,168 

2,947 

1,750 

5,359 

15,678 

950 

4,491 
17,778 

3,890 



2,952 



92 

131 

5 

12 

34 

207 

26 

57 

3 

14 
133 

13 
197 

38 



5 

46 

9 

18 
85 
41 
24 
113 

2 
29 
20 
92 
18 

15 
18 
13 



2 
36 
59 
164 
30 

37 
3 

93 

18 

25 
90 
86 

14 



25 
10 

101 



150 
U 



32,804 

42 
388 
943 
33 
62 

467 

1,390 

306 

564 

14 

251 
1,552 
314 
761 
156 



214 
159 
120 
160 



107 
102 



367 
268 

911 

758 

58 

627 
582 
474 
1,132 
803 

16 
1,848 

130 
1,540 

136 

81 

157 
300 
135 
635 

212 
186 
567 
950 
221 

947 
15 

387 
193 

1,929 
303 
303 
67 
58 

900 

394 

1,591 



975 
275 
152 
27 
47 
87 

220 
342 
65 
264 
1,031 
582 



1,146,472 

1,138 

11, 242 

26,003 

1,144 

1,954 

18,004 
47,437 
11,350 
18,409 
520 

8,513 
51,448 
13,172 
20,857 

3,978 



6,054 
4,170 
2,859 
6,014 



2,457 
3,675 

4,656 

14,323 
10,064 
33,819 
24,691 

1,557 

21,056 
13,902 
15,735 
67,864 
24,331 

502 
92,228 

3,163 
48,134 

3,970 

2,089 
7,063 

11,510 
6,912 

24,754 

3,830 
6,608 
13,429 
23,431 
6,876 

35,516 
550 

11,228 
5,785 

102,382 
8,208 
7,722 
1,587 
1,536 

23,051 
15,313 
37,331 

5,450 

29,096 

12,754 

4,153 

756 

1,476 

2,416 

7,092 
10,559 
1,393 
7,102 
50,908 
15,558 



8 
226 

263 
13 
79 

85 
498 

59 

256 

6 

86 
296 

91 
554 
156 

2 
79 
73 
30 
222 

3 

14 

115 



43 

9 

8 

116 

25 

61 

262 

89 

53 

286 

31 

58 

64 

204 

148 

52 
84 
46 
18 
176 

5 

132 
216 
549 
106 



227 
55 

61 
245 
161 



755 
24 

U4 
15 
99 
73 

112 
222 
41 
50 
63 
147 



736 
2,466 
4,747 

544 

704 

4,723 

13,402 

1,727 

5,740 

67 

3,153 
8,582 
5,029 
7,203 
4,412 

235 
2,806 
1,833 

464 
4,484 

108 

214 

2,648 

1,220 

2,625 
1,831 
4,731 
3,268 
593 

4,095 
4,364 
3,023 
6,780 
4,689 

739 
6,568 
3,153 
6,118 
1,120 

588 
1,994 
4,100 
1,902 
3,369 

263 
2,128 
5,315 
6,059 
2,359 

7,473 
117 

2,573 
2,264 

7,532 
2,948 
5,946 
2,483 

472 

2,673 
3,782 
8,753 

2,921 

12,127 
6,117 
3,370 
2,409 
1,083 
1,074 

2,154 
6,855 
1,863 
2,259 
6,410 
4,181 



7,702,379 

19,083 
65,780 
118,058 
16,691 

17,543 

166,181 

403,592 

61,742 

170, 196 

1,584 

92,974 
217,367 
158,864 
180,502 
151,901 

11,000 
97,158 
52,075 
12,433 
133,933 

1,491 

7,380 

80,305 

36,145 

33,690 
57,485 
183,617 
91,303 
14,743 

94,251 
115,771 

95,638 
291,875 
117,093 

17,480 
258,682 

92,463 
146,171 

23,031 

11,292 
67,692 

144,356 
75,257 

119,796 

4,896 
76,780 
151,501 
165,011 
66,437 

259,334 
3,379 

75,058 
62,484 

261,150 
64,892 

102,409 
80,978 
11,561 

62,325 
143,021 
202,428 

81,554 

258,415 
279,543 
39,065 
75,762 
23,643 
24,593 

61,770 
216,574 

52,322 

52,565 
217, 169 

95,086 



4,010 





901 


15 


3,098 


49 


6,104 


3 


727 


1 


897 


74 


6,571 


165 


17,680 


8 


2,171 


23 


7,406 


3 


109 


43 


3,311 


89 


11,420 


27 


5,726 


119 


9,049 


16 


5,303 


7 


405 


37 


3,623 


17 


2,176 


5 


632 


41 


5,530 




78 


3 


336 


19 


2,842 


60 


2,201 


116 


3,343 


38 


2,365 


118 


9,065 


53 


5,605 


2 


689 


175 


5,585 


70 


6,345 


59 


3,683 


40 


12,302 


146 


5,755 




328 


104 


13,481 


32 


4,753 


63 


10,757 


26 


1,257 


3 


713 


109 


3,053 


16 


5,790 


3 


2,614 


65 


6,453 




437 


11 


2,620 


43 


6,226 


39 


7,490 


31 


2,593 


54 


10,093 




186 




3,106 


73 


5,150 


129 


14,488 


37 


3,565 


41 


8,014 


46 


3,573 


2 


473 


44 


3,973 


300 


8,656 


75 


11,489 


40 


3,364 


94 


14,594 


428 


10,255 


58 


4,199 


48 


3,074 


55 


1,223 


2 


1,262 


23 


2,639 


44 


7,926 


6 


2,947 


7 


2,732 


130 


9,944 


33 


5,028 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



84 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 18.-PINEAPPLES-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, AND QUANTITY HARVESTED, 1959 AND 1949; AND 

AREA IN PINEAPPLES, NOVEMBER 1, 1959 



I&miclplo 



Pineapples harvested 



Farms reporting 



Area In pineapples, Nov- 1, 1959 



reporting 



For harvest between 

Nov. 1, 1959, and 

Oct. 31, 1960 



Farms 
reporting 



Puerto Rico . 



AdJ\jntas 

Aguade 

Aguadilla. . . . 
Aguas Buenas. 
Aibonito 



A&asco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta.. 
Barranqultaa. 



Bayamdn . . . 
Cabo Rojo. 

Caguas 

Cannay 

Carolina. . 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
dales . 
Cldra.. 



Coasio 

Ccmerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado.. 



Fajardo. . . . 
GuAnica. . . . 
Guayama .... 
Guayanilla. 
Guaynabo. . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormtguerofl . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 



Laa MGo'faa. . 
Las Pledrae. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Harlcao. . 
Maujiabo . t 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovls . . 



Naguabo . . . 
Naranjito. 
Orocovls . . 
Pa till as . . 
Penuelas , . 



^ttslU 



Ponce 

QuebradlllEis.. 

Rlnc(Sn 

Rf o Grande .... 
Jtfo Piedraa, . . 

; Sabana Grande. 

' Salinas 

\ San Genn^. . . . 

s^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. .. 



San Sebastian. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa 

Vlequea 

Villalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 

All other municipios. 



(D) 



(D) 



1 
(D) 

1 

(D) 



(D) 
5 



(B) 



5 
(D) 



4,027 



530 
32 



(D) 



(Z) 
(D) 

1 

(D) 



(D) 

1 

(Z) 



2&; 

(D) 



1 

2,450 



3,553 



1 
672 



103 

1 



2W 

1 



32 
1 

1 

200 

1 

4 

546 



(Z) 
(2) 

(Z) 



167 
79 



173 
605 
74 

1 
1 



42,265 



5,551 
326 



(D) 



3 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



1,819 
(D) 



33,462 



2 
7,374 



1,023 
3 



2,086 

1 



1,460 



3,897 

100 



161 
3 

3 

681 

3 

U 

5,460 



3 
301 



1,380 
642 



2,012 

6,264 

471 



1 
(D) 

1 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



5 
(D) 



4,770 



916 
34 



(D) 



(D) 



(Z) 
(D) 

1 



(z) 



305 
(D) 



1 
2,J70 



(D) 



1 

(D) 

1 

(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



(D) 



D Included In all other municlploG to avoid disclosure of Individual operations. 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



85 



Municipio Table 19.-C0FFEE AND TOBACCO-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY 

SOLD. 1959 AND 1949 



Uunlcipio 



FarmB 
reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Pounds sold 



reporting 



Povmds harvested 



Pounds sold 



Puerto Rico . 



Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Agues Buenas. 
Albonito 



ABasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqul tas . 



Bayaia6n. . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
CaguaB. . . . 

Cainuy 

Carolina. . 



CataiU^. 
Cayey . . 
Celba.. 
dales. 
Cldra.. 



Coamo. . . 
Caaerio. 
Corosal. 
Cxilelira. 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo. . . . 
Gufeica .... 
Guayama .... 
Guayantlla. 
Guaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlguerOB . 

HunacBO 

IsabelB 



Jeyuya 

Juana Diaz, 

Juncos 

Lajaa 

Larea 



Las Marias . . 
Lae Pledras . 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Maricao. . 
Meunabo . \ 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovls . . 



Naguabo. . . 
NaranJIto. 
OrocovlB . . 
Patillas.. 
Pefiuelas. . 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas . 

Rlnc6n 

Rf o Grande . . . 
tiRio Pledras . . 



/ Sabana Grande. 

( Salinas 

^. San Germfo. . . . 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



Vega Alta. 
Vega Baja. 
Vieques. . . 
Villalba.. 
Yabucoa. . . 
Yauco 



1959 1 



San Sebastian. . . . 

Santa Isabel 

Toa Alta 

Toa Ba Ja 

Trujlllo Alto... 
Utuado 



,117 
•150 
68 
«18 
298 

i02 
499 
67 
146 
570 

350 

46 

288 

239 

56 



471 

19 

691 

108 

297 
175 
475 



181 
198 
242 

126 
121 
94 
138 
287 

581 
75 
92 
21 
1,075 

978 
216 
145 
51 
125 

535 
101 
796 
624 
402 

182 
360 
926 
397 
278 

653 
121 

57 
172 



66 

17 

428 

390 

716 
3 
38 

a 

57 
2,218 

49 



360 
251 
659 



,298 
533 
102 

487 
309 

460 
668 
91 
143 
445 

365 
76 
248 
198 

100 



449 
31 
668 
142 

294 
L36 
526 



177 
217 
301 

147 
182 
89 
99 
271 

424 

141 

110 

38 

1,134 

890 
183 
297 
62 
133 

502 
199 
820 
711 

476 

145 
363 
775 
540 
362 

720 
118 
80 
186 
104 



27 
520 



805 

83 
2 

52 
2,101 

132 
135 

331 
385 
652 



133,430 

17,273 

1,444 

75 

1,145 
1,169 

3,652 

1,584 

383 

321 

1,287 

694 
89 
282 
388 
100 



9,562 

124 

2,187 

305 

1,306 



810 

2,575 

340 

163 
148 
463 
63 
644 

10,641 

2,288 

131 

52 

17,283 

11,824 

145 

469 

49 

88 

11,382 

175 

8,406 

2,580 

1,748 

210 

548 

3,830 

1,320 

3,363 

11,292 
206 
136 
390 
25 

l,04i 

68 

2,729 



5,824 
4 
48 



61 
22,218 



2,586 

211 

8,563 



176,386 

16,336 

1,372 

56 

1,208 

1,535 

5,160 

1,652 

510 

380 

715 

515 

36 

173 

383 

50 



2,284 

9 

9,341 

125 

1,683 

232 

1,319 



838 

3,232 

302 

66 
138 
295 

32 
616 

10,080 

2,070 

85 

30 

16,505 

12,293 
111 
826 
41 
98 

11,754 
193 
7,234 
2,757 
2,219 

98 

431 

3,016 

1,561 

3,572 

10,730 

227 

117 

344 

58 

927 

88 

2,616 

424 

6,785 

55 

77 

33 

18,346 

82 
81 

1,972 

245 

7,588 



29,000,054 

2,424,363 

250,209 

11,076 

223,108 

154,969 

429,969 

271,567 

49,200 

38,888 

223,017 

113,869 
7,669 

60,613 
102,400 

10,122 



258,536 

3,190 

1,444,798 

27,512 

307,728 
59,251 
279,283 



2,275 

157,376 

411,870 

56,243 

22,593 
21,752 
75,641 
15,459 
74,510 

1,995,340 

306,031 

28,997 

5,295 

2,980,314 

1,712,090 

41,870 

110,515 

8,117 

19,960 

1,813,365 
23,418 

1,134,705 
364,867 
316,241 

47,735 

96,828 

698,899 

161,675 

427,395 

1,842,794 

25,254 

31,362 

51,625 

8,298 

133,352 

7,082 

456,937 

58,810 

749,034 

1,105 

8,565 

500 

10,830 

4,139,412 

5,347 
8,218 

487,088 

40,793 

1,053,088 



1959^ 



25,661,626 

2,485,643 

278,074 

13,424 

208,322 

239,400 

589,123 
213,834 
85,428 
79,776 
108,864 

90,008 
7,516 
43,387 
47, 518 
10,954 



333,553 

2,313 

1,227,250 

20,784 

267,911 
43,052 
180, 554 



2,537 

108,372 

382,976 

53,576 

15,893 
21,017 
53,327 
7,864 
88,713 

1,930,724 

249,526 

23,281 

5,624 

2,501,694 

l,385,Cf71 
33,741 
95,636 
6,187 
17,862 

1,796,795 
36,002 

1,014,601 
366,931 
246,286 

28,728 

65,404 

553,316 

2U,758 

655,153 

1,819,989 
26,573 
31,547 
36,037 
14,127 

109,080 

5,615 

404,080 

62,172 

754,167 

10,344 

10,337 

6,300 

2,583,567 

11,825 
12,305 

273,671 
40,530 
909,606 



26,893,116 

2,355,627 

191,975 

5,965 

176,199 

131,094 

403,482 
207,290 
42,288 
28,129 
151,768 

78,426 
4,806 
35,383 
74,646 
5,300 



213,269 

550 

1,409,361 

19,349 

281,883 
37,674 
242,616 



140,493 

395,776 

32,870 

15,528 
13,260 
63,528 
3,250 
47,042 

1,959,539 

301,130 

21,350 

2,912 

2,865,929 

1,618,203 

24,996 

102,385 

4,225 

8,609 

1,790,580 
11,935 

1,082,598 
293,840 
291,427 

30,044 
63,968 
575,196 
131,500 
409,957 

1,797,394 

13,395 

24,940 

36,260 

3,267 

130,161 

5,332 

410,190 

30,750 

658,999 

955 

6,935 

400 

5,925 

3,889,429 

2,357 
4,525 

445,347 

20,799 

1,004,199 



1959 1949 



22,607,435 

2,337,111 

209,405 

4,045 

130,276 

152,756 

535,940 

116,631 

79,270 

60,499 

52,774 

45,451 
1,500 
9,880 

22,348 
1,960 



271,762 

150 

1,158,777 

6,080 

234,163 
23,001 
97,440 



1,165 

87,703 
352,722 
23,184 

5,492 
2,895 

41,687 
1,044 

61,237 

1,839,164 

240,385 

11,666 

2,940 

2,322,911 

1,310,333 

14,780 

63,854 

900 

9,040 

l,747,6Cr7 

14,625 

942,052 

272,240 

183,214 

15,755 

21,100 

382,433 

139,407 

617,675 

1,777,265 
10,860 
21,713 
9,703 
4,645 

100,935 

3,455 

347,363 



654,696 

350 

10,000 

2,112 

2,232,071 

1,855 
1,730 

239,644 

7,413 

836,320 



1,330 
1 

32 

401 
260 



77 
354 



563 

104 



290 
372 

73 

358 

62 



40 

5 

128 



50 
311 



144 
11 

1 



318 
7 



2 
384 



297 
387 
143 



2 

472 

16 
60 

1 

248 

74 



1959 1949 



14,937 

13 

51 
564 
457 



179 
575 



776 

281 

76 



443 
668 

161 
509 

154 



3 

52 

28 

271 

188 
259 

138 
404 

144 

3 

236 



490 
34 



25 

452 

458 

194 

2 



42 
26 
36 

1,416 



1,421 



48 
137 



17,328 

1 



1,153 
332 



100 
954 



1,260 

169 

8 



555 
930 

154 

1,126 

123 



18 
106 

U 
203 



677 
104 



171 
132 



59 
466 



430 
10 



3 
868 



646 
795 
310 



1,718 



2 

757 

28 
99 

1 
314 
219 



26,834 

18 

30 
1,315 
1,344 



593 

1 

213 

1,159 

498 

1,922 
228 
80 



916 
1,899 

258 

1,552 

210 

(Z) 



9 

99 

36 

351 

238 
246 

123 

450 

151 

3 
341 

17 



1,051 

17 

709 

807 

446 

1 



2,819 



45 
151 



754 
344 



19,418,717 

1,419 

13,445 

1,455,725 

876,489 

312,610 

108,166 
1,194,200 

459,488 

1,701,773 

138,160 

6,000 



683,722 
1,143,533 

145,624 

1,350,736 

108,335 



18,100 
172,538 

11,780 
206,337 

177,616 
92,255 

56,225 
322,991 

32,299 

252,602 
7,112 

48,000 

6,000 
529,355 

10,950 

204,698 



14,336 



2,167 
1,052,454 



765,914 
976,975 
312,777 



2,000 
35,935 

1,800 
51,688 

4,625 
26,200 
8,572 

2,033,477 



2,300 
742,019 

21,110 
95,600 

800 
345,694 
115,825 



22,254,260 

16,600 

22,127 
1,094,506 
1,212,723 



386,132 

200 

126,574 

1,172,873 

307,643 

1,902,319 
133,833 
47,335 



713,253 
1,672,265 

199,885 

1,443,822 

136,448 



U,584 

91,033 

44,309 

245,324 

168,854 
166,934 

84,387 
294,714 

99,596 

1,400 

301,114 

6,428 

5,350 



466,277 
34,596 



246,431 



54,937 



817,845 

12,623 

487,546 

846,603 

394,430 

200 



31,715 
35,140 
17,787 

2,218,880 



11,097 
1,790,684 



23,113 
113,719 



585,947 
131,249 



19,410,900 

1,419 

13,389 

1,455,346 

876,439 

312,335 

108,166 
1,194,200 

459,488 

1,701,773 

137,965 

6,000 



633,622 
1,143,533 

145,124 

1,350,736 

108,110 



17,800 
172,538 

11,780 
206,635 

177,366 
92,075 

56,025 
322,626 

32,299 

251,802 

6,652 

43,000 

6,000 
528,755 
10,950 

204,678 



14,336 



2,167 
1,052,054 



765,914 
976,975 
312,627 



2,000 
35,659 

1,800 
51,688 

4,305 
26,200 
8,088 

2,033,327 



2,300 
741,439 

21,010 
95,600 

800 
345,494 
115,325 



22,247,763 

16,600 

21,942 
1,094,206 
1,212,257 



385,640 

200 

126,544 

1,172,823 

306,529 

1,902,319 
133,483 
47,235 



713,163 
1,672,199 

199,635 

1,443,736 

136,276 



11,584 
91,063 
44,194 
245,274 

163,354 
166,934 

34,237 
294,669 

99,506 

1,350 

300,968 

6,328 

5,350 



466,217 
34,591 



246,285 



54,847 



317,795 

12,623 

487,488 

346,403 

394,430 

200 



118,939 

31,630 
35,140 

17,711 

2,218,855 



11,097 
1,790,433 



23,063 
113,499 



585,785 
131,249 



Z Reported in small fractions. 

^For the crop year, March 1, 1958 to February 28, 1959. 



86 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 20.-COTTON AND RICE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY SOLD, 

1959 AND 1949 



Farms reporting 



1959 19-19 



1959 19^9 



Pounds (seed 
cotton) harvested 



Pounds (seed 
cotton] sold 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Pounds sold 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla .... 
Aguas Buenas. 
Albonlto 



Aflasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas . 

BayanwSn 

Cabo Rojo. . . . 

Caguas 

Caimiy 

Carolina 



Catano. 
Cayey . . 
Celba.. 
Cialea . 
Cldra. . 



Coamo. . . 
Ccnerf o , 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado . . 



Fajardo. . . . 
Gu^lca. . . . 
Guayama... . 
Guayanllla. 
Guaynabo . . . 



Ourabo 

Hatillo 

HonnigueroB . 

Hunscao 

leabela 



Jay\iya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 



Las Marias. . 
Laa PledTBB. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manati 



Maricao. . 
Maunabo . ^ 
Mayaguez. 

Moce 

Morovla. , 



Naguabo . . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls . . 
Pa till as . . 
Pe&ielas . . 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas. 

Rlnc6n 

Rio GrEinde. . . 
Rio Pledras.. 



f 

c ^ I Sabana Grande 



Sallnae 

y San GenoiTt, . 

\iSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. 



San Sebastito. 
Santa Isabel.. 

Tea Alta 

Tea Ba Ja 

TruJlHo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega Baja. 
Vieques . . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabucoa . . . 
Yauco 



132 
321 



1 
123 



29A,830 



25,956 



26,800 



1,175,677 



49, 7« 



5,650 
673 



76,085 
273, i71 



9,200 



368,239 



10,276 



14,019 



1,000 
101,369 



16,670 
200 



25,956 



37,400 



58,425 



49,742 



5,650 
673 



76,085 
273,471 



9,200 

242,388 
368,229 



14,019 



1,000 
101, 369 



16,658 
200 



2 

1 

1 

191 



4,299 



141 
15 

9 
2 

1 

116 
44 

272 
30 



194 
3 



1 

395 

46 

10 



67 
202 

1 



41 
22 
10 

3 

16 

973 

3 



49 

540 

15 



(Z) 
19 
3 



(Z) 
260 



1 
94 

179 
22 

11 
1 
2 

137 
46 

428 
31 



91 
179 

58 
44 
67 



161 
3 

3 

3 

41 



(Z) 
355 



9 

115 

110 
48 
94 

336 

1 



18 
20 
6 

2 

11 

1,506 



59 
611 

12 



360,957 



35 
8,511 
2,000 



5,200 
3,080 
13,350 

1,380 

3,000 
8,450 



3,300 
1,000 



3,965 
300 



14,875 
200 
600 



3,680 

15,920 
1,000 
2,900 
3,375 



700 
30 

ijo 

193,503 



2,4Sd,080 

300 
42,9U 

72,086 
9,767 

4,175 
500 
400 

40,553 

15,256 

165,624 

14,055 

43,725 

59,565 
76,109 

32,850 
20,350 
28,404 



5,216 
1,092 
2,960 



83,162 
1,050 

1,800 

1,270 

23,500 



50 

232,389 

U,870 

15,300 



29,739 

2,780 
40,060 

56,539 
17,955 
48,397 
108,363 
254 

500 

8,502 
7,695 
3,930 

430 

3,347 

744,354 

200 

1,800 

22,945 
9,605 



18,555 

325,232 

3,690 



2,590 



3,300 
1,300 
7,850 



3,550 



8,650 



100 
4,983 



1,450 
1,350 



26,318 



Z Reported In small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



87 



Municipio Table 21.-C0WPEAS AND PIGEON PEAS-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND 

QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Farms reporting 



Poimde harvested PoiiTifls soJd 



Pigeon peas 



Farms reporting 



1959 19*9 



Pounds harvested 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadnia 

Agues Buenas.. 
Albonlto 

Aflasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. .. 
Barranqultas . . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccmerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnlca 

Guayama 

Gueyanllla... . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlguerofl . . . 

Humacao 

IsBbela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz, . . . 

Juncoa 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias. . . . 
Las Pledras , . . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlcao 

Maunabo .\ 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morcvls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovle 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas. . 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande . . . . 
.-Rio Pledras . . 

A 

I Sabana Grande. 
' Salinas 

' ^an Germ^.. . 

MSan Juan 

San Lorenzo , . 

San Sebastlto. 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Tnijlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. ... 
Vega BaJa. . . . 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



1,928 



9 
12 
105 
23 
21 



72 
110 



101 
5 

5 



116 

12 



3 
32 
3i 
75 
13 

18 
255 

3 
70 



37 
38 

85 
50 



5 
1 
3 
9 
32 

9i 

45 

5 

127 

215 



145 

11 



15 

257 

26 



1 
15 
26 
31 
150 

11 
18 

5 
35 

2 

6 
53 

8 
16 
39 

23 

3 

47 



20 
1 

44 
5 

69 
480 

63 
112 

13 

12 
211 

85 



(Z) 
6 
12 
7 

39 
23 

19 
129 



1 
39 
19 
36 

5 

14 
276 



7 
(Z) 
30 

14 

2 
13 
26 



(Z) 
3 
6 
U 

51 

96 

2 

39 

329 

3 

5 

90 



5 

128 

57 

2 
107 

1 
5 
8 
14 
108 

5 
10 

2 
13 
10 



(Z) 
28 
2 
46 

443 

32 
69 
6 

12 



1,395 
4,350 
8,475 
1,207 
3,150 

2,980 
19,355 

2,260 



9,055 
5,540 
25,375 
6,395 
3,800 



5,753 

50 

5,100 

6,600 



1,100 
680 



2,000 



2 
1,005 
8,800 
4,025 

20,297 
17,775 

9,855 
41,222 



30,365 
2,100 
8,640 



1,889 
6,340 



250 

550 

1,100 

16,645 

400 
208 

5,310 
750 

1,800 

5,450 
19,200 
5,025 
1,000 
5,550 

4,925 

3,200 

143,055 

8,170 

185 

400 

44,082 

32,325 

8,600 

22,44C 

100 

18,640 
11,055 



1,079,467 

350 
10,496 

7,410 
10,476 

1,813 

3,430 

68,107 

600 

10,365 
1,085 

4,795 
14,379 
21,097 
24, 532 

8,402 



3,215 

32 

6,877 

4,860 

795 
6,140 
6,711 

2,730 

401 
25 

650 
1,032 
3,359 

16,338 
48,655 
310 
15,114 
80,154 

650 

1,165 

36,219 

2,795 

960 

1,565 
53,988 
20,220 
833 
22,755 

227 
1,830 
2,310 
3,500 
33,871 

976 
2,752 

660 
3,774 
5,125 

1,660 
12,074 
2,560 
3,221 
6,698 

7,480 

850 

4,722 

182,703 

1,944 

100 

9,659 

585 

19,745 

159,169 

9,063 
24,009 
4,459 
5,310 
23,904 
18,622 



200 

700 

5,200 

732 



2,500 
13,652 



5,520 
4,200 
10,107 
2,950 
2,130 



5,090 



2,750 
3,600 



125 
1,700 



100 
5,600 
2,600 

10,355 
16,050 

4,585 
35,952 



17,415 
1,500 
6,200 



855 
3,665 



300 
12,375 



4,900 

1,800 

3,800 
15,410 
4,000 

3,575 

2,850 

2,000 

67,477 

2,450 

45 

100 

35,082 

25,875 

6,290 

1,710 

100 

6,i83 
7,580 



100 
6,950 
2,480 
1,450 

750 

800 

34,703 

100 

3,135 



1,435 
9,099 
2,410 
15,105 
3,173 



1,595 
520 

200 
550 
775 



150 
500 
500 

4,180 

39,180 

10 

3,472 
57,475 

250 

175 

9,995 

1,475 

105 

60 

4,970 

900 

300 

8,156 



50 

833 

1,335 

10,883 

70 
35 

410 
5,000 

925 
3,675 

700 

50 

3,360 

3,625 

929 

29,312 

795 

40 

610 

16 

8,174 

79,902 

2,985 
6,182 
2,650 
2,155 
1,105 
9,855 



114 

418 

167 

85 

40 

178 

129 

50 

16 

17 

235 

62 

441 

153 



82 
94 

329 
80 
98 



3 

5 

62 

176 

113 

155 
150 
35 
340 
341 

183 
37 

137 
52 

219 

43 

365 

33 

53 
74 



64 
128 
202 

52 

77 
95 
159 
296 
202 



183 
24 
72 

169 
11 
196 



236 
2 

16 

6 

151 

450 

35 

15 

5 

315 

323 

646 



23,744 

333 
817 
358 
346 
169 

374 
659 
76 

121 
74 

318 
209 
401 
342 

313 

1 

427 

50 

132 

359 

306 

261 
333 



43 

7 

145 

312 

235 

288 

350 
92 
410 
632 

323 

181 

205 

98 

1,019 

406 
414 
145 
138 
252 

69 
212 
425 
667 
266 

156 
259 
84 
556 
366 

493 
191 
359 
193 
129 

261 

54 

486 

864 

856 

4 

156 

14 

246 

1,387 

243 
218 
19 
437 
686 



11,555 

56 
306 
101 
37 
66 

227 
75 
41 



118 
81 

U5 
69 
40 



55 
43 

1,554 
39 

75 



1 
4 

58 
566 

39 

101 

122 

18 

81 

243 

192 
98 

107 
52 

172 

23 
121 
36 
21 
30 

3 

40 
85 
113 
42 

23 
39 
121 
224 

1,128 

235 
65 

137 
32 
29 

373 
11 
164 



200 

36 

6 

4 

137 

267 

32 

52 

2 

669 

102 

1,636 



20,436 

211 
791 
220 

120 
148 

565 
381 
63 
64 
27 

121 
146 
238 
146 
174 

1 

204 

11 

52 

130 

317 
142 

U7 



26 

15 
155 
S81 

77 

142 
261 
56 
109 
500 

351 

180 

80 

146 

1,024 

282 
134 
83 
42 
110 

38 

71 

248 

539 

102 

59 

94 

49 

369 

1,613 

701 
90 

382 
70 
43 

528 

56 

451 



767 

2 

60 

18 

218 

922 

76 

113 

5 

684 

219 

2,251 



7,576,054 

15,775 
117,514 
46,592 
23,355 
35,320 

97,035 

35,950 

18,975 

3,825 

3,025 

70,222 
39,790 
103,045 
34,015 
26,135 



44,960 

36,867 
48,395 

1,765,850 
23,670 
49,676 

900 

400 

1,470 

25,190 

269,019 

a, 005 

64,382 
49,440 
6,895 
52,696 
154,762 

172,055 
71,210 
73,375 
22,795 
71,720 

6,795 
85,647 
18,890 
10,681 
10,602 

1,065 
19,852 
39,490 
33,155 
19,588 

11,845 

18,125 

97,050 

1U,365 

849,930 

93,090 
38,400 
54,502 
21,500 
20,225 

133,125 
4,690 
51,719 

161,333 

73, 515 
65,800 
2,080 
950 
103,283 
150,543 

17,406 

41,280 

620 

573,080 
63,878 

868,946 



6,938,152 

69,282 
159,832 
93,156 
39,997 
90,540 

136,010 
116,802 
36,362 
29,235 
7,828 

44,247 
46,528 
87,605 
41,942 
74,732 

100 
96,589 
4,019 
17,083 
60,478 

263,335 
68,384 

40,679 

3,139 

15,001 

6,350 

72,105 

255,380 

38,250 

55,281 
78,639 
13,945 
61,609 
172,021 

129,860 
56,260 
39,971 
64,950 

209,255 

61,449 
66,099 
24,160 
16,486 
27,175 

11,145 
32,290 
85,146 
U9,675 
47,664 

27,970 
31,076 
25,795 
162, 523 
824,845 

236,250 
24,312 

106,555 
26,659 
19,569 

133,172 
20,775 
101,952 

120,545 

213,233 

950 

17,867 

9,302 

126,760 

342,707 

29,565 
59,649 
3,321 

219,911 
81,813 

582,966 



6,026,401 

6,300 
48,600 
18,210 
12,135 
25,650 

66,440 

21,945 

10,565 

1,600 

1,300 

39,558 
28,755 
39,815 
13,410 
21,255 



24,070 

21,662 
25,730 

1,735,215 

8,630 

40,715 



100 

900 

14, 175 

244,981 

7,155 

46,923 
37,840 
3,240 
19,465 
120,266 

154,640 
42,650 
54,080 
14,860 
39,690 

5,740 

38,865 

10,990 

5,192 

4,414 

440 
6,073 

28, 105 
9,900 

13,090 

3,695 

7,240 

65,660 

63,250 

789, 324 

75,890 

24,850 

28,690 

2,000 

8,027 

100,395 

3,300 

23,964 

77,758 

30,885 
65,400 
870 
200 
61,685 
98,680 

10,945 

22,400 

640 

546,360 
15,525 

741,034 



3,184,663 



Z Reported In small fractions. 



88 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 22.-DRY BEANS AND CORN-FARMS REPORTING. AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY 

SOLD. 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Dry beans 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



Pounds harvested 



FBltibs 
reportizig 



1959 1949 



Pounds harrested 



Pounds sold 



Puerto Rico . , 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguedllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

BaxGeloneta. , . 
Barranqul taa - . 

Bayaiii6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Cagiias 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccnerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lcB 

Guayana 

Ouayanllla. . . . 
Quaynabo 

Gurabo , 

Hatlllo , 

Hormlguerofl . . , 

Humacao , 

Isabela , 

Jayuya 

Juana Dfaz. . . , 

Juncos 

tajas 

Larea 

Las Marias. . , . 
Laa Pledrae. . . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo . •. 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

FeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllaa. . 

Rlnc(5n 

Rio Grande. . . . 
^Rlo Pledras.. . 

/ SabanB Grande, 

( Salinas 

\ San German. . . . 

^iSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastl^. 
Santa leabel.. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJIllo Alto. 
Dtuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



5,851 

33 
401 

82 
170 

90 

50 

166 

29 

9 

101 

86 

5 

261 

106 

46 



128 

6 

74 

94 

36 
51 
56 



1 
56 
29 
39 

118 
138 
5 
171 
229 

33 

3 

72 

4 

167 

17 
213 
15 
35 
52 

3 

27 

15 

162 

60 

29 
81 
205 
108 
19 

27 
53 
77 
19 
38 

27 

5 

23 



36 

4 

56 

267 

30 
17 

24 
250 
62 



18,372 

173 
818 
237 
307 
257 

318 
491 
44 
87 
393 

123 
29 
465 
316 
247 



445 
40 
241 
345 



301 
2A3 
450 



22 
2 
111 
130 
U7 

182 
363 
25 
275 
521 

163 
41 
101 
7 
950 

359 
376 
140 
83 
165 

21 
185 

89 
669 
326 

Ul 
209 
330 
407 
109 

221 
187 
294 
145 
98 

39 
37 
90 



863 
1 
1A7 
U 
140 
791 

212 
173 
13 
155 
528 
421 



5,925 

20 
311 

65 
135 
144 

97 

23 

7 



71 

11 

146 

159 

39 



122 

3 

79 

99 

102 
52 
52 



1 
86 
62 
37 

109 

129 

7 

70 

205 

35 
2 
45 
30 
120 

13 
UO 
29 

15 
33 

1 
19 

5 
110 
100 

41 
58 
136 
68 
77 

41 
78 
69 
54 
29 

255 

7 

30 



35 

1 

58 

269 

41 
40 

35 
102 
274 



139 
802 
262 
258 
450 

466 

480 

75 

78 

450 



27 
562 
540 
199 



531 

21 

224 

444 

624 
294 
473 



20 
3 
112 
269 
119 

158 
635 
11 
163 
774 

165 
29 
66 
25 

935 

277 
184 
126 

37 
130 

19 
113 

37 
607 
368 

no 

173 
336 
377 
293 

270 
241 
286 
132 
66 

254 
69 
97 

692 

1,058 
1 
131 
26 
129 
653 

171 
137 
5 
175 
330 
861 



2,726,811 

6,063 

114,017 

27,592 

75,745 

77,955 

46,492 

44,645 

7,220 

1,930 

44,155 

29,537 
6,495 
79,485 
87,325 
12,315 



47,591 

1,010 

28,070 

66,825 

42,382 
30,510 
15,325 



200 
31,075 
32,065 
19,290 

54,630 
51,165 
2,835 
32,450 
61,836 

10,225 
500 
18,765 
17,800 
47,430 

5,485 

52,405 

15,070 

7,737 

8,570 

161 
8,530 
1,692 
35,072 
58,148 

19,841 
25,880 
53,965 
21,815 
35,510 

22,145 
42,089 
27,449 
31,930 
16,660 

218,880 
2,350 
7,890 



283,173 

11,283 

650 

27,825 

87,328 

16,000 
24,325 

11,750 
37,753 
149,370 



5,808,972 

50,105 

176,948 

90,002 

64,452 

146,951 

92,737 

140,945 

43,795 

17,579 

118,505 

19,634 

6,821 

184,779 

170,107 

51,952 



241,097 

5,594 

59,096 

136,140 

300,629 
131,848 
U7,2U 

9,510 

U,058 
1,060 
26,832 
67,282 
40,893 

43,833 

196,778 

2,610 

59,935 
226,695 

54,395 
8,015 

17,739 

9,092 

202,156 

54,172 
76,036 
30,012 
12,601 
25,944 

6,910 

29,560 

10,266 

135,728 

108,012 

30,850 
35,363 
104,200 
83,006 
61,510 

58,145 
70,131 
55,161 
32,610 
24,894 

215,150 
44,690 
19,984 

113,742 

286,896 
200 
30,047 
10,023 
42,577 

202,123 

34,765 
49,282 
2,024 
48,865 
75,950 
242,733 



4,845 
41,693 
14,445 
48,869 
53,870 

25,350 
25,934 
3,595 
500 
30,700 

17,838 
330 
41,693 
45,470 
10,535 



26,925 

450 

18,133 

49,200 

34,982 
21,230 
10,760 



18,950 
24,220 
12,210 

39,630 
41,366 
2,035 
20,375 
44,139 

8,062 
100 
10,995 
13,100 
25,809 

4,260 
23,992 
7,920 
4,742 
4,522 

125 

4,075 

1,030 

15,715 

31,815 

6,288 
12,745 
28,075 

9,370 
24,700 

13,950 
31,540 
15,330 
U,480 
8,709 

211,855 
1,934 
4,990 

30,242 

140,885 

7,875 

150 

20,350 

65,947 

8,900 
2,700 

10,025 
9,334 

82,985 



3,008,122 

32,070 
53,160 
51,800 
12,968 
92,795 

38,560 
69,133 
24,635 
5,054 
48,322 

5,385 
4,445 

45,198 
122,286 

30,899 



153,450 

915 

24,840 

59,970 

240,690 
61,210 
54,834 

1,175 

4,905 

11,510 
44,079 
22,043 

20)201 

3/15,958 

458 

21,045 
160,971 

35,031 
3,475 
5,250 
7,842 

82,117 

13,301 
14,954 
14,189 
4,872 

10,320 

5,350 

5,690 

2,675 

57,308 

38,043 

7,939 
10,065 
54,465 

27,779 
38,135 

33,990 
47,083 
12,380 
16,568 
14,305 

205,115 

40,668 

9,050 



188,150 

10,942 
7,550 
28,769 
76,233 

9,374 
14,985 
470 
29,966 
9,448 
139,037 



35 
355 

92 
210 
146 

66 

231 

36 

16 

286 

109 
76 

380 
59 
84 



181 

5 

165 

191 

235 

133 



72 
71 
71 

130 
153 
10 
127 
285 

50 
33 

115 
38 

144 

21 
156 
35 



1 

36 

48 

99 

131 



286 

159 
115 

57 
51 
97 
39 

30 

72 
10 
97 



244 

6 

41 

6 

77 

443 

54 

52 

8 

122 

201 

297 



24,334 

179 
792 
276 
418 
338 

334 
689 
61 
118 
497 

239 
202 
658 
299 
321 



593 
36 
323 
503 

446 
414 
469 



23 

28 

154 

251 

222 

290 
423 
43 
330 
496 

206 
155 
2U 
110 
946 

387 
454 
214 
84 
268 

29 
185 
227 
569 
412 

142 
328 
437 
516 
316 

313 
156 
337 
224 
142 

178 
43 
289 

1,265 

711 

5 

228 

15 

205 

1,W4 

325 
274 
20 
389 
639 
723 



18 
294 

63 
257 
315 

140 

305 

34 

17 

456 

142 
560 
374 
123 
90 



263 
3 

216 
271 

747 
159 
88 



3 
572 
134 
345 
110 

143 

130 

8 

69 

259 

61 

397 
123 
858 
122 

19 

144 

64 

22 

107 

(Z) 
34 
30 
67 

267 

43 
120 
378 
183 
999 

412 
77 
83 
46 
33 

512 
29 
338 



548 
146 
146 
12 
95 
544 

84 
154 

40 

181 

112 

1,257 



39,497 

133 
761 
275 
650 
822 

515 
324 
98 
123 
834 

245 
1,133 
978 
322 
385 



1,042 

24 

403 

919 

3,171 
773 
594 



16 
601 
206 
854 
206 

308 
588 
38 
219 
719 

239 
461 
185 
1,352 
966 

304 
329 
251 
47 
283 

24 

148 
116 
495 
599 

113 
349 
596 
628 



691 
171 
336 
226 

112 

563 
195 
418 

1,800 

968 
38 

354 
34 

210 
1,3U 

309 
254 
49 
538 
545 
2,186 



12,757,139 

11,225 
151,043 

41,285 
230,165 
199,780 

91,820 
209,320 

18,830 

5,540 

357,680 

99,970 

408,975 

323,400 

90,790 

52,325 



169,305 

1,710 

114,551 

200,850 

622,900 
84,325 
64,070 

4,250 

1,200 
583,500 

69,460 
237,130 

82,500 

129,105 

77,384 

2,850 

40,690 

164,190 

42,950 
372,075 
84,100 
1,125,575 
70,110 

10,500 
120,165 
45,600 
U,980 
55,560 

50 

30,800 

10,615 

31,320 

296,125 

27,905 

82,725 

304,550 

114, UO 

936,325 

323,910 
59,100 
40,280 
30,050 
20,275 

461,050 

29,350 

255,727 

330,230 

352,300 
197,650 
219,737 
6,600 
103,225 
371,205 

42,700 
116,750 

42,750 
111,550 

60,732 
861,710 



23,122,102 

61,052 
215,819 
122,305 
322,035 
4(B,328 

156,275 

428,685 

56,159 

47,925 

531,862 

125,450 
667,938 
615,230 
153,770 
177,730 



751,165 

7,290 

217,595 

491,172 

3,534,008 
477,879 
355,171 

25,031 

7,575 
501,258 
m,176 
439,555 
U4,900 

175,986 
293,702 
12,968 
93,178 
337,481 

134,544 
3CB,015 
105,625 
1,415,094 
366,574 

U9,777 
163,712 
131,729 
22,910 
106,396 

17,010 

58,685 

43,680 

191,440 

265,390 

37,540 

170,322 

417,892 

268,483 

1,025,915 

563,391 
67,232 
96,420 
75,387 
59,576 

343,490 
178,036 
239,499 

660,303 

586,222 
18,700 

200,261 
14,830 

140,120 

691,844 

140,900 
131,985 
47,995 
276,313 
161,134 
1,012,528 



9,766,044 

7,400 

67,984 

19,850 

178,168 

U6,600 

53,820 
159,480 

11,950 

3,500 

274,235 

63,225 

380,350 

215,325 

54,925 

28,825 



119,150 

900 

75,401 

143,100 

541.950 
52,350 
50,775 

2,366 

1,000 
424,600 

46,750 
217,310 

49,650 

88,950 
48,470 
1,675 
22,095 
122,270 

34,500 
301,100 

59,975 
968,100 

43,500 

8,300 
66,720 
24,150 

5,885 
34,850 



19,050 

4,325 

U,975 

214,230 

7,870 
44,000 

218,900 
78,600 

8U,520 

310,400 
44,150 
17,600 
14,550 
U,600 

446,655 
24,900 
193,170 

199,270 

183,650 
197,100 
209,620 
200 
71,850 
268,550 

27,200 
46,800 
13,700 
93,200 
18,951 
734,545 



Z Reported In small fractiona. 



PUERTO RICO 



89 



Municipio Table 23.-SWEETPOTATOES-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND QUANTITY SOLD, 

1959 AND 1949 



IhiziLclpio 



Sweetpotatoes 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Pounds sold 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . , 
Aibonlto 

AQasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta.. . 
Barranqultas . . 

Bayandn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catafto 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Camerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Oudnlca 

Guayama , 

Quayanllla. . . . 
Ouaynabo 

Ourabo 

Hatlllo , 

HormlgueroB . . . 

Humacao 

Isebela 

Jayuya , 

Juana Dfaz. . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Uarfaa. . . , 
Las Pledras.. , 

Lofza , 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo . i 

Mayaguez 

MOCB 

Atorovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjito 

Orocovle 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas., 

Rlncdn 

Rf o Grande . . . . 
Jtf o Pledras . . . 

/ Sabona Grande. 

C^ Salinas 

\ San Genn^. . . . 

'NSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastian, 
Santa Isabel. , 

Toa Alta , 

Toa Beja 

Trujillo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega 8a Ja 

Vieques 

Villalba 

Yabucoa , 

Yauco 



25,552 



38 


168 


63 


219 


64 


256 


3M 


557 


87 


352 


30 


112 


302 


999 


12 


49 


22 


201 


261 


540 


264 


465 


41 


121 


502 


666 


141 


470 


91 


437 




2 


204 


641 


14 


66 


245 


441 


244 


609 


56 


281 


259 


494 


260 


764 


6 


"ei 


5 


47 


1 


8 


47 


119 


3 


56 


135 


367 


130 


376 


184 


528 


6 


40 


316 


526 


245 


565 


55 


207 


16 


74 


131 


267 


U 


46 


182 


865 


9 


133 


350 


610 


52 


331 


63 


212 


71 


376 




33 


92 


316 


39 


172 


49 


402 


149 


615 


59 


199 


228 


543 


288 


494 


130 


496 


3 


48 


15 


88 


74 


250 


40 


139 


77 


345 


83 


289 


41 


130 


1 


24 


82 


2U 


754 


1,296 


131 


611 




4 


59 


304 


9 


41 


136 


328 


216 


1,244 


80 


404 


58 


394 


3 


23 


61 


265 


467 


867 


38 


249 



15 
23 
35 
476 
127 

34 

316 

7 

16 
282 

198 

55 

353 

95 
84 



163 

7 

180 

281 

52 
330 
305 



2 

10 

74 

2 

104 

1/6 
143 
(Z) 
202 
289 

47 
9 

91 
5 

120 

3 

333 

67 

29 

47 



70 

13 

25 

160 

32 
246 
280 

72 



55 
16 
69 
57 

21 

1 

31 

622 

100 

63 
25 
110 
137 

77 

181 

3 

37 
257 

97 



23,818 

71 

77 

154 

784 

425 

76 
1,020 

78 
261 
671 

393 
87 
711 
318 
422 

2 

593 

35 

504 

866 

269 
830 
850 



33 
11 
85 
33 
282 

362 

507 

13 

353 

666 

153 
76 

199 
23 

751 

47 
430 
378 
117 
314 

9 

191 

52 

181 

824 

127 
631 
632 
424 
38 

55 
146 

54 
299 
227 

96 
17 



554 
9 
286 
137 
303 
924 

385 
417 
U 
164 
674 
134 



15,906,560 

12,875 
34,385 
80,740 
1,066,225 
313,200 

34,360 

583,013 

6,200 

17,100 
864,950 

386,230 
117,325 
769,800 
187,720 
198,920 



308,772 

12,530 

304,620 

784,802 

91,300 
744,950 
542,629 

2,675 

2,700 

32,000 

145,125 

1,850 

181,005 

268,365 
320,655 
2,350 
373,745 
657,265 

66,196 
13,350 

150,400 
12,400 

227,962 

3,150 
541,275 
103,500 
29,668 
65,875 



70,825 

18,670 

21,120 

311,120 

60,358 
450,637 
698, 580 

80,430 
1,500 

8,300 
108,975 
53,227 
138,350 
101,990 

19,755 

500 

50,285 



200,717 

64,185 
54,600 
246,696 
257,420 

70,705 

427,550 

2,900 

45,160 
362,581 
177,650 



32,485,183 

73,349 

76,095 

209,276 

1,132,900 

627, 2U 

101,115 

1,085,292 

78,235 

317,088 
1,475,125 

441,031 
165,347 
1,049,842 
375,925 
457,040 

1,200 

1,083,458 

32,060 

764,782 

1,437,430 

437,005 
1,597,676 
1,890,239 

67,895 

23,030 
34,860 
90,615 
42,680 
312,933 

438,420 

574,793 

13,680 

457,651 

1,065,671 

191,917 
90,950 

250,570 
32,935 

764,690 

55,820 
576,377 
325,054 
135,878 
278,440 

9,530 

241,935 

60,757 

191,857 

1,190,935 

189,237 
1,012,572 
1,309,289 

435,754 
47,690 

74,736 
180,015 

61,615 
310,668 
258, 110 

108,355 
30,500 
82,335 

1,390,485 

570,756 
9,900 
283,126 
167,900 
517,887 
1,081,550 

448,307 
450,943 
15,383 
166,325 
699,390 
153,758 



11,821,058 

8,650 

21,750 

53,500 

919,600 

239,750 

31,192 

456,218 

3,650 

9,100 

736,900 

240,000 
60,600 
561,300 
121,247 
140,300 



237,772 

7,100 

244,950 

485,442 

67,100 
666,650 
495,239 

175 

1,800 
15,000 
91,180 

1,600 
140,770 

147,650 
263,405 
1,300 
265,310 
624,935 

59,600 

9,150 

112,850 

10,300 
172,390 

935 

429,175 

56,300 

20,563 

50,098 



42,750 

12,820 

9,875 

262,703 

18,558 
374,385 
589,035 

44,800 
1,000 

4,750 

83,500 

22,790 

115,700 

66,975 

13,390 

450 

21,955 

771,420 

128,097 

54,070 
42,900 
169,075 
168, 295 

46,850 

155,000 

1,300 

35,125 
216,719 

64,275 



10,931,222 

20,185 

16, 835 

98, 529 

282,452 

218,652 

33,297 

509,418 

37,075 

95,385 

639,214 

82,340 
101,202 
270,340 
101,275 

78,825 



264,551 

2,045 

240,050 

447,412 

216,605 
580,125 
984,398 

9,550 

5,635 
20,910 
28,665 
14,725 
103,287 

78,520 

194,030 

2,200 

146,795 

749, 156 

88,750 
20, 595 
45,537 
16,900 
227,427 

9,020 
73,100 
74,425 
32,700 
91,530 

1,100 

68,303 

28,725 

38,120 

284,422 

52,475 
383,310 
781,097 
103,637 

25,540 

39,646 
29,000 
13,800 
67,925 
73,500 

27,975 
2,700 
19,500 

173,000 

285,529 
8,400 
65,770 
69,860 
163,918 
274,770 

86,600 

144,853 

5,013 

76,700 
142,610 

39,757 



Z Reported In smell fractlona. 



90 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 24.-DASHEENS AND YAMS-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED AND QUANTITY 

SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Miinlclplo 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguad^na. .. . 
Aguas Buenas. 
Alljonlto 



A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas. 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . .. 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolliia 



Cataao.. .. 

Cayey 

Celba 

ClaleB 

Cldra 



Coano. .. . 
Ccoerlo, . 
Corozal . . 
Culebra. . 
Dorado. . , 



Fajardo 

Ou^lca. . . . 
Ouayama .... 
Guayanllle. 
Guaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroo . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juajia Diaz . 

Juncos 

La jas 

Lares 



Laa Marf aa . , 
Laa Pledraa. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Marlcao. . 
Maunabo . t 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovis . . 



Naguabo. . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls. . 
Patlllas . . 
Pefiuelas . . 



Ponce 

Quebradlllaa . . 

Rlnc<5n 

Rfo Grande. ., . 
^Rf o Pledraa . . . 

/ Sabana Grande. 

V^l Salinas 

\ San Genn^. . . . 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebaatl^. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. . 
Vega BaJa. . 
Vieques . . . . 
Vlllalba... 
Yabucoa . . . . 
Yauco 



Daaheens (inalangas) 



FarnB 
reporting 



5,A04 



4 
203 
13 

41 
« 
2 
1 
223 



280 
13 



40 

7 

168 

16 

30 

3 

172 



17 

24 

59 

94 

361 

12 

56 



2 
42 
50 
20 
40 

136 

92 

439 

167 

7 

82 

3 

9 

19 

71 



6 

1 

25 

367 

6 

3 

44 
349 
25 



658 

19 

3 

390 

156 

117 

147 

28 

31 

381 



275 
40 
46 

373 

70 

212 

180 

30 
147 
432 



90 

32 

234 

51 
42 
11 
153 

12 

230 

15 
90 



345 
385 
145 
133 
32 

129 
82 

249 
48 

246 

225 
266 
569 
352 
78 

213 

2 

20 

286 

173 



66 

1 

40 

805 

66 

41 

1 

120 

520 

252 



3,543 

119 
3 
2 

170 
12 

22 

38 

2 

(Z) 

171 



156 
4 
3 



41 

174 

19 

24 

2 

(Z) 

39 

17 

5 

41 

58 

66 

337 

122 

20 



3 

(Z) 



2 
6 

32 
243 

47 



1 
266 
80 

60 
64 
21 
11 
227 



236 
13 
18 



246 
20 

177 

77 

10 

79 

294 



118 

32 

100 

14 
42 

3 
42 

4 

243 
23 
33 



153 
148 
100 
51 
10 

56 

36 

85 

11 

161 

96 
152 
472 
318 

95 

194 

1 

5 

173 

101 

5 
(Z) 
16 



34 

1 

16 

444 

23 
11 
(Z) 
86 
299 
111 



Pounds harvested 



9,694,098 

101,010 

5,950 

1,100 

334,090 

29,900 

35,986 

88,775 

3,000 

100 

1,055,900 

264,040 

463,415 
10,800 
4,470 



153,050 

14,515 

139,290 

129,950 

74,525 
106,000 
213,150 



73,930 

3,800 

150,475 

24,750 

27,200 

740 

137, 595 

5,500 

31,000 

32,650 

78,925 

103,295 

659,025 

35,250 

30,800 

5,600 

550 

52,650 

20,420 

12,400 

104,135 

101,541 

145,625 

1,332,730 

299,175 

22,700 

38,750 
31,700 
22,340 
51,550 
114,200 

3,950 

750 

10,300 

l,a4,330 

148,385 

3,082 

20O 

11,675 

449,100 

4,400 
10,700 

50,900 
670,059 
123,550 



16,319,681 

1,135,072 

3,880 

1,500 

474,590 

158,036 

58,389 

106,190 

25,156 

25,687 

799,800 

224,650 

317,825 
17,575 
24,050 



531,894 

37,735 

301,022 

186,425 

26,400 
182,065 
713,541 



1,610 



152,320 

32, 950 

241,605 

16,430 
129,430 

2,625 
79,519 

2,750 

377,370 
31,100 
60,965 

194,396 

323,125 
338,825 
158,505 
57,945 
11,870 

67, 599 
96,135 

135,062 
27,035 

522,010 

186,263 
455,315 
1,345,397 
577,205 
115,677 

501,060 

1,600 

4,810 

327,525 

191,495 

4,625 

200 

15,658 

1,681,449 

164,910 

42,362 

1,000 

16,950 

1,124,571 

20,000 

10,001 

50 

115,185 

817,255 

130,810 



7,567,132 

65,550 

3,700 

300 

283,880 

7,600 

12,710 
63,075 
2,600 

974,050 

180,825 

284,900 

400 

2,750 



114,250 

3,200 

119,675 

90,300 

66,700 
84,300 
199,425 



10,700 

42,000 

2,600 

98,756 

8,250 

21,650 

518 

97,990 

5,100 

28,600 

23,500 

54,400 

84,080 
506,200 
14,100 
a, 875 
5,500 



24,675 
13,750 
8,100 
65,200 

54,915 

123,675 

1,156,928 

245,000 

19,500 

26,100 
20,000 
16,000 
23,250 
86,125 

3,600 

500 

3,600 

915,070 

95,190 

890 

6,950 
360,730 

3,325 
500 

40,400 
568,100 
99,050 



4,890,094 

587,247 
400 

179,000 
39,025 

8,864 

24,700 

7,550 

12,200 

440,900 

34,305 

64,500 

5,800 

225 



161,538 
4,090 
81,125 
8,300 

1,300 

33,725 

180,900 



13,490 

72,300 

4,800 

119,825 

2,360 

75,600 

450 

18,885 



154,850 

3,700 

17,555 

46,490 

87,362 

27,020 

25,990 

6,300 

700 

6,175 
11,225 
52,575 

7,350 
42,400 

69,020 
111,900 
627,625 
186,430 

41,480 

179,303 

800 

250 

148,300 

115,150 



3,000 

91,150 

59,020 

12,000 

1,600 
282,650 

2,660 
650 

54,050 
203,685 
26,275 



Farms 
reporting 



17 
351 

21 

245 

2 

103 

4B 

11 

2 

141 

148 
2 

537 
64 



18 

39 

123 

6 
68 
16 



25 

2 

102 

27 

18 

11 

430 

160 

2 

9 
41 

1 
33 



512 
4 
44 
14 

5 
128 

50 
153 

12 

93 

79 

53 

154 

5 

32 
30 
69 
24 



24 
358 

11 
7 
1 

80 
516 

16 



12,506 

69 
609 

81 
343 

30 

259 
205 
23 
46 
128 

281 

6 

409 

212 

30 



134 
87 
50 

216 

19 

67 

137 



43 

31 

171 

60 

59 

39 

458 

197 

22 

48 

80 

1 

337 

391 
516 
40 
87 
72 

36 
279 
256 
434 
109 

194 
132 
102 
343 
28 

110 
90 

180 
55 
86 

39 

3 

155 



49 

3 

23 

787 

84 
30 

264 

819 

91 



4,345 

7 
164 

11 
224 

25 

87 

40 

6 

1 

166 

148 
(Z) 
528 
40 

4 

57 

7 

18 

130 



34 
(Z) 
59 

20 

5 

3 

193 

82 

2 

21 
23 
(Z) 
22 

40 
358 

2 
16 

5 

1 
79 
12 
60 



15 

1 

40 

284 

30 



Pounds harvested 



44 
168 

37 
225 

17 

160 
84 
13 
19 
93 

202 

1 

367 

78 

7 



66 

27 

29 

167 

11 
28 
68 

4 

26 

27 
11 
72 

24 

20 

8 

232 

128 

14 
41 
27 
(Z) 
110 

156 
285 
18 
24 
20 

11 
128 

83 
182 

49 

95 
79 
53 
170 
22 

76 
34 
35 
18 
45 

23 

1 
60 

409 

384 

30 

(Z) 

6 

321 

31 
23 

145 
414 
40 



16,578,254 

12,725 
446,824 

19,200 
608, 225 
101,000 

292,160 

86,130 

20,550 

650 

810,650 

597,420 

1,250 

2,860,075 

122,250 
5,800 



279,225 
10,570 
42,050 

493,605 

22,600 

147,700 

36,030 

1,500 



99, 535 

1,500 

175,200 

79,700 

13,800 

3,545 

640,730 

259,342 

4,000 

52,900 

93,500 

100 

43,400 

117,480 

1,867,750 

1,800 

30,940 

6,000 

600 
132,425 

25,175 
198,800 

16,650 

139,192 
256,920 
127,100 
209,280 
12,400 

25,920 
69,900 
73,605 
33,750 
68,900 

5,475 

300 

47,375 

1,611,310 

576,174 

5,025 

13,300 
1,119,450 

7,700 

43,100 

500 

114,300 

1,062,970 

64,247 



82,260 
658, 680 

98,347 
501,205 

50,715 

354,946 

162,248 

37,355 

23,975 

459,927 

603,170 

1,045 

1,421,804 

193,640 
7,866 



190,520 
41,507 
64,050 

610,765 

27,900 

73,800 

187,535 

2,438 

19,a6 

52,660 

9,250 

102,735 

87,100 

40,020 

11,282 

578,550 

225,520 



30,850 

56,450 

57,953 

150 

385,135 

450,625 
916,450 
21,575 
26,654 
23,900 

14,791 
340,495 
140,147 
532,435 

104,505 

270,300 
447,080 
150,375 
467,700 
25,885 

105,309 
59,589 
74,135 
22,740 
80,251 

19,910 

1,300 

97,485 

1,370,065 

1,986,450 

42,385 

400 

8,215 

1,661,703 

36,192 
43,557 

297,915 

1,233,872 

41,160 



13,442,134 

3,400 
337,062 

15,250 
550,850 

75,800 

207,660 
48,075 
13,950 

700,500 

396,785 

1,100 

2,524,655 

45,400 

3,900 



257,125 

4,500 

36,250 

446,713 

19,400 
123,750 
33,980 

1,300 

5,400 

35,150 

1,300 

126,000 

25,000 

8,950 

1,725 

449,100 

201,617 

3,800 

24,200 

79,700 

4 

34,740 

94,830 

1,580,910 

800 

23,450 

3,950 

90 

82,400 

18,990 

171,810 

13,700 

72,257 
222,570 
103,000 
158,200 

11,600 

20,700 
48,650 
49,500 
27,300 
56,400 

5,675 

75 

37,500 

1,337,185 

490,434 

3,820 



10,009,117 

40,100 
281,345 

53,442 
241,810 

29,080 

235,495 

52,925 

26,550 

7,026 

354,050 

392, 590 

30 

797,090 

29,430 

2,880 



38,300 

4,285 

30,300 

443,250 

5,950 

30,475 

113,025 



2,840 

17,450 
1,300 
34,256 

9,670 
10,220 

1,370 
282,595 
105,815 

17,030 

26,550 

11,920 

10 

197,551 

239,815 

3a,150 

100 

9,035 

5,730 

2,550 

128,920 

60,365 

358,533 

7,453 

145,515 

347,930 

77,400 

196,609 

9,760 

56,970 
16,414 
16,000 
4,065 
41,131 

8,775 

54,170 

503,160 

1,668,226 

18,330 



Z Reported In small fractlona. 



7,800 
973,020 


2,250 

1,077,290 


4,500 

11,200 

35 


5,800 
7,258 


76,000 

883,595 

6,097 


189,290 

449,898 

1,220 



PUERTO RICO 



91 



Municipio Table 25.-TANIERS AND CASSAVA-FARMS REPORTING. AREA. QUANTITY HARVESTED AND QUANTITY 

SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



>femlclplo 



Puerto Rico . 



Adjuntaa 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. . .. 
Aguaa Buenas. 
Albonito 



A^sco 

Areclbo 

Arrcryo 

BarceloDeta. . 
Barranqultaa. 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

CaiDjy 

Carolina 



Cataflo. 
Cayey. . 
Celba. . 
Clalea. 
Cldra.. 



Coamo. . . 
Cdnerfo, 
Corozal. 
Culebra . 
Dorado.. 



Fajardo. . .. 
Cudnlca. . , . 
Ouayejoa .... 
Guayanilla . 
Guaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroe . 

Hunacao 

la^^la 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . 

Juxicoa 

Lajas 

Laree 



Laa Marf aa , . 
Las Pledras. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Marlceo. . 
Maunabo . i 
Mayaguez. 

MOCB 

Morovla . . 



Neguabo, . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovle . . 
Patlllas.. 
Peouelas . . 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas. 

Rlncdn 

Rfo Grande 

Rio Pledraa . . 



Sabana Grande. 
* Salinas 

San C-erm&n, . . . 
'%an Juan 

San Lorenzo . . . 



Tanlers (yautfas) 



FanDB 
reporting 



1959 19i9 



87 
362 

30 
326 

66 

121 
199 
26 
16 
352 

316 

12 

US 

103 

49 



150 

27 

275 

119 

54 
2U 
412 



27 

54 

259 

162 
116 

16 
421 

95 

72 
32 

141 
3 

162 

62 
391 
23 
95 
56 

5 
103 
U8 
250 
124 

IJO 
314 
371 
268 
29 

104 
35 
85 

193 

122 

22 
2 

119 



52 
12 

131 
470 



2 
109 
668 

113 



331 
611 
109 
421 
266 

265 
559 
36 



374 

18 

500 

292 

247 

1 

444 

88 

412 

400 

223 
381 
695 



70 
122 
325 

279 
230 
62 
446 
220 

160 

58 

191 



240 
398 
100 
198 
198 

116 
221 
267 
522 
387 

166 
444 
634 
398 
139 

295 

70 
187 
205 
246 

78 

18 

282 



204 

19 

198 

,270 

224 
193 
2 
245 
641 
473 



56 

164 
16 

390 
57 

78 
187 

18 



241 
3 

324 
83 
33 



77 

18 

326 

85 

49 
193 
733 

2 

6 

41 
33 

314 

129 

60 

5 

194 

43 

52 
35 

79 

1 

89 

28 

218 
29 
59 
40 

1 

56 

49 

151 

123 

64 

424 

391 

174 

39 

93 
22 
23 
242 

140 

10 
4 
61 



42 

6 

U9 

263 

33 
64 
2 
83 
334 
113 



386 
166 
46 
441 

211 

142 
424 
31 
75 
663 

252 

5 
419 
144 
149 

1 
270 
35 
314 
235 

157 

374 

1,135 

25 

45 

34 
68 

231 

187 
136 
19 
213 
137 

106 

58 

89 

1 

306 

107 

W9 
64 

103 
99 

53 
103 

93 
243 
334 

77 
543 
903 
289 
133 

306 
27 
41 
135 
253 

49 
8 

134 

362 



157 
24 
125 
731 

94 

104 
2 
157 
277 
287 



Pounds harvested 



58,735 
350,920 

38,640 
750,015 
142,870 

165,975 

293,200 

25,850 

21,940 

1,382,240 

385,250 
7,450 
8U,195 
209,365 
66,060 



120,774 

24,035 

555,915 

235,473 

109,600 

470,300 

1,446,307 

3,000 

6,250 

84,410 
45,180 
581,545 

322,700 

167,U2 

3,345 

399,605 

67,240 

77,665 
38,715 

158,100 
1,450 

168,670 

53,980 
582,124 
48,400 
78,105 
76,514 

1,230 

82,425 

88,725 

403,133 

233,260 

155,328 
854,225 
1,350,950 
289,825 
79,800 

123,710 
55,900 
42,230 
593,643 
232,910 

12,375 

5,600 

152,370 

698,870 

507,570 

48,650 

4,475 

238,138 

552,655 

32,775 
137,450 
2,500 
120,775 
773,712 
274,445 



24,105,774 

427,835 
292,237 
77,788 
617,806 
354,975 

146,131 

451,373 

46,006 

70,062 

2,011,614 

319,015 
5,372 
627,263 
212,960 
133,205 

500 

376,151 

32,840 

536,862 

425,330 

315,235 

715,770 
2,311,335 

26,152 

34,563 

36,655 
79,235 
289,854 

242,974 
215,259 
19,221 
279,055 
160,705 

175,645 
70,035 
112,342 
970 
389,958 

143,230 
234,525 

50,940 
130,385 

94,484 

58,200 
129,092 
126,066 
401,185 
584,277 

104,658 

1,034,620 

2,621,345 

448,634 

135,320 

355,083 

26,490 

61,875 

142,490 

443,317 

55,295 

9,085 

220,002 

374,904 

993,684 

200,900 

21,035 

133,940 

985,099 

88,190 
115,362 
1,833 
155,205 
394,103 
339,128 



43,500 
277,931 

29,900 
674,380 

90,050 

141,365 
226,555 
20,400 
20,800 
1,222,550 

290,375 

6,600 

629,645 

139,940 

27,100 



88,000 

10,948 

497,260 

200,550 

95,200 

399,100 

1,389,887 

1,800 

4,550 

39,100 

38,820 

480,700 

154,160 
148,517 
5,428 
259,925 
41,520 

68,165 
18,000 

122,100 
800 

137,615 

42,515 
425,415 
35,200 
61,240 
58,038 

325 

51,725 
70,825 
358,225 
216,210 

67,844 

748,600 

1,132,770 

225,755 

55,400 

107,740 
45,250 
24,450 
519,030 
187,750 

9,475 

4,600 

103,305 



398,075 

42,730 

1,550 

131,325 

451,000 

21,875 
49,000 
2,000 
101,150 
593,890 
119,505 



264,075 
115,390 
40,283 
293,093 
1.93,093 

76,875 
244,191 
20,350 
X,925 
1,584,520 

105,843 
500 

236,673 
95,230 
33,335 



169,265 

3,495 

286,985 

159,850 

200,175 

365,765 

1,842,847 

6,400 

7,832 

22,910 
37,500 
166,720 

65,115 
97,344 
7,220 
78,930 
93,125 

93,225 

31,825 

34,075 

600 

172,321 

51,500 
51,050 
13,350 
41,425 
33,115 

32,650 

43,429 

60,233 

243,618 

347,287 

35,755 

709,570 

2,115,360 

259,795 

35,290 

228,633 

8,150 

15,470 

36,970 

291,9U 

12,925 

610 

142,935 

63,510 

731,013 

82,900 

12,962 

79,325 

445,415 

20,393 

56,873 

823 

72,678 

130,911 

171,462 



Cassava (yuca) 



Farms 
reporting 



12 
47 
1 
10 
19 

203 
32 

U4 
54 
25 



2 

6 

"4 
20 
90 

30 
13 
7 
137 
82 

2 
26 

32 
13 
2 

6 
92 

9 
29 

15 

2 

3 

16 

112 

4 



175 
92 

177 
43 

165 
223 
6 
70 
61 

287 
91 
98 
147 
140 

2 

61 
91 
33 
107 

39 
125 
140 

26 

32 

12 
94 
162 

103 
145 
36 
272 
193 

21 
70 
92 
26 
96 

109 

203 
76 
91 

104 

7 

11 

140 

431 

99 

111 

203 

20 

46 

50 

59 

87 

48 

127 

118 

116 
21 
109 



289 

1 
94 
16 

145 
270 

68 

90 

12 

142 

213 

263 



1,276 

1 
38 
10 
21 

3 

13 
23 
(Z) 
4 
10 

135 
16 
28 
24 

14 



5 

7 

(Z) 

1 

18 
12 
9 



4 
13 
33 

14 
10 

(Z) 
36 

115 

1 
16 
11 



(Z) 

(Z) 

2 

41 

1 

11 
57 
4 
3 
9 

12 
32 
(Z) 
13 
18 

53 

1 

16 

26 

19 



22 
62 
44 
91 
12 

83 
110 
2 
42 
27 

158 
37 
41 
55 
50 

1 
12 
32 
11 
36 

60 
65 
60 

12 

16 



74 
75 

39 

83 

8 

95 

216 

7 
56 
24 
11 
31 

27 
64 
64 
27 
39 

2 

2 
36 

193 
38 

40 
125 
22 
27 
34 

23 
42 
12 
52 
50 

100 
7 
43 



90 
(Z) 
49 
8 
75 
77 

32 
40 
6 
72 
61 
179 



Pounds harvested 



2,448,663 

375 

67,250 

15,475 

47,075 

5,950 

42,650 

26,170 

300 

4,450 

27,500 

217,030 
30,317 
44,665 
33,025 

20,110 



5,900 

8,345 

725 

750 

36,800 
44,175 
17,692 

1,100 

845 

7,750 
21,400 
76,400 

33,830 

11,025 

940 

76,700 

431,780 

1,750 
26,750 
17,250 
17,750 

1,300 

1,880 

48,375 

34,500 

8,625 

8,450 

150 

375 

10,170 

67,425 

1,830 

12,521 
109,850 
4,400 
3,600 
16,765 

3,355 

66,900 

660 

27,250 

42,900 

54,085 

600 

21,892 

46,416 

37,550 

3,360 
3,550 
59,160 
3,400 

5,150 
40,650 

1,200 
43,450 
40,200 
173,225 



20,305 
65,150 
74,245 
112,819 
20,147 

86,202 

121,131 

1,450 

51,690 

47,050 

133,363 
30,331 
55,353 
80,120 
50,505 

750 
21,355 
23,384 
13,495 
45,475 

65,650 
122,640 
95,020 

20,110 

10,593 

3,075 
102,550 
83,470 

47,549 
118,385 
6,652 
120,899 
333,618 

9,085 
56,331 
26,935 
12,615 
33,555 

35,110 
88,257 
51,377 
25,962 
37,547 

2,588 

2,275 

50,752 

276,261 

106,245 

55,960 
218,335 
90,600 
30,410 
40,260 

34,768 
49,395 
10,980 
40,C»0 
67,530 

106,665 
15,745 
41,977 

57,690 

172,445 

200 

54,332 

6,190 

105,870 

97,916 

18,860 
44,819 
4,346 
62,610 
61,070 
180,247 



Pounds sold 



1,670,902 



28,600 
8,250 

29,500 
4,150 

22,000 
19,475 

2,900 

19,350 

174,220 
27,325 
24,570 
16,150 
11,450 



2,500 

3,300 

100 



27,850 
24,550 
15,100 



3,000 
17,600 
46,730 

13,250 

7,975 

230 

40,905 

423,000 

1,300 

21,450 

10,650 

15,400 

800 

1,070 

29,000 

29,100 

5,200 

6,300 

40 

3,725 

40,125 

1,000 

6,080 
81,600 
2,900 
1,950 
U,465 

7,320 

51,200 

200 

20,900 

20,700 

36,625 

300 

11,377 

30,200 

18,750 

4,575 

5,950 

40,270 

5,150 

2,950 

3,700 

1,000 

34,700 

22,150 

59,200 



1,250 

4,110 

38,875 

950 

910 

16,460 
17,432 

2,633 
19,800 

6,300 
12,076 
4,775 
5,220 
5,175 



1,500 
3,875 
7,080 
2,750 

16,200 
27,350 
14,053 

9,100 

1,375 

206 
34,150 
4,700 

6,235 

6,900 

350 

22,660 

293, U3 

4,100 
13,850 
3,200 
5,175 
8,400 

7,175 
6,700 
13,280 
4,300 
2,200 

608 

17,585 
19,450 
25,490 

21,355 
9,400 
6,800 
1,600 

11,550 

21,133 
6,735 
1,550 
6,865 

13,925 

34,050 

600 

11,950 

11,400 

41,330 

200 

5,525 

270 

13,403 

11,868 

2,455 
12,840 

1,956 
24,650 

7,005 
65,735 



Z Reported In small fractions. 



92 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 26.-MISCELLANEOUS FIELD CROPS-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, AND 

QUANTITY SOLD. 1959 AND 1949 



Uunlciplo 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harveated 



Pounds sold 



Omaniental plants 



Fanns 
report in g, 



Value of 

plants 
sold, 1959 
(dollars ) 



Other field crops 



Farms 

report iog, 
1959 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas. 
Albonlto 



ASaeco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultafl. 



Bayam6n . . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
Caguas .... 

Canuy 

Carolina. . 



Cataiio. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Clales. 
Cidra.. 



Coamo. . . 
Comerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado, . 



Fajardo. . . . 
GudnlcB. . . . 
Guayama .... 

Guayanilla. 
Guaynabo . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatillo 

Hormlgueros . 

Hustacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Laree 



Las Uarf as . . 
Las Pledras. 

Lorza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatf 



Marlcao. . 
Maunabo . ^ 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovls. . 



Naguabo. . , 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovis . . 
Patlllas.. 
Pefiuelas. . 



yV*«^ 



Ponce 

Quebradlllaa, . 

RlnctSn 

Rfo Grande. . . . 
^Rf o Pledras . . . 

/ Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

\ Saji German. . . . 
-j/San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebastl£(n. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques. . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabucoa. . . 
Yauco 



101 
17 



58 
(Z) 



71,305 
6,700 



48,380 



14,800 



1,200 



31,376 
75 



6,380 



8,700 



(Z) 



(Z) 
2 



871 
56,352 



30,546 
75 



8,400 



716 
56,150 



7,100 



14,800 



6,200 



104 
600 



211,882 
300 



5,410 
600 



3,000 

(i) 



504 
3,500 



41,164 

ii 

230 
2,300 

300 

200 

6,094 

325 

500 



3,600 
838 



20 

5,000 

125 

5 



6,370 
48,922 



45,350 
7,646 

150 

(D) 



200 
1,350 



D Data nctt shoim to avoid disclosure of Individual operatlcDS. 
Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 93 

Municipio Table 27.-FORAGE CROPS-FARMS REPORTING AND AREA HARVESTED, 1959 AND 1949 



Puerto Rico . . . 

Adjuntas 

Afuada 

Aguadllla 

Aeuas Buenas . . , 
Albonlto 

ASaBco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta 

Barranqultas . . . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catai^o 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coeoo 

CcDerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gutlnlca 

Queyana 

Guayanllla 

Guaynabo 

Qurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroe . . . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marias 

Las Pledras 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlceo 

Maunabo . t 

Mayaguez 

Uoca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllaa 

Peoielas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas . . . 

Rlnc6n 

Hlo Grande 

-Rio Pledras 

/ Sabana Grande.. 

y- I Salinas 

^— \ San Germ^ 

^tean Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . . 

San Sebastl^. . 
Santa Isabel. . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto.. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



All forage 
crops harvest- 
ed (cuerdas ) 



67,396 

1,U9 
220 
234 
696 

2,316 

30 
2,096 

37 

110 

1,288 

1,166 

2,927 

962 

548 

l,-;29 

550 

1,709 

41 

1,120 

114 

387 

718 

1,741 

2,699 

821 
232 
500 
704 
999 

775 

2,844 

34 

679 

675 

682 
1,019 

918 
2,422 

680 

487 
472 
361 
187 
216 

295 
246 
649 
144 
1,628 

567 

934 

2,071 

1,010 

616 

2,399 

507 

59 

856 

878 

316 

1,553 

186 

768 

347 

237 

1,802 

1,799 

615 

1,485 

2,741 
385 
273 

1,049 
490 
447 



49,766 

1,252 
107 
370 
367 
909 

52 

1,921 

207 

287 

547 

1,347 

1,078 

902 

707 

1,411 

126 
1,479 
48 
821 
936 

1,730 

757 

1,066 



273 
185 
362 
430 
828 

483 
1,681 
U7 
423 
793 

558 
4U 
393 
1,165 
720 

374 
276 
509 
81 
678 

391 
173 
973 
60 
611 

260 
413 
925 
785 
1,051 

2,619 

398 

42 

169 

1,407 

356 
602 
354 

593 

352 
12 

1,109 
871 
420 

2,179 

369 
477 
286 
461 
595 
669 



Para grass 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



780 3,590 3,1J4 9,645 2,822 



44 

99 

23 

202 

3 
79 
33 
58 

87 

4 
41 
135 



57 
3 
5 
2 
111 



7 
157 
16 



82 
13 
55 

14 
143 
71 
52 
50 

11 
26 
50 
17 
51 

57 
39 
35 
84 
10 



5 

53 

107 

5 

2 
U 



23 
3 

93 
28 
124 
134 



10 
173 



1959 1949 



108 

6 

1 

13 

62 



63 

160 

54 

5 

190 



16 
120 



68 

20 
1 
55 

113 
19 

(Z) 

10 

5 



11 

316 

59 

32 

20 

7 

31 

13 

3 
12 
76 
6 
6 

U 
37 
12 
19 

1 

34 
6 
13 
13 
43 

6 

100 

2 



16 
10 
200 
62 
12 
17 

131 
11 
15 
47 
34 
22 



100 

2 

16 

117 

103 



101 
58 
33 
37 

545 
355 
211 
33 
885 

76 
107 
38 
99 
109 



65 

183 



107 
14 
33 
26 

405 

208 
12 
54 

254 

31 



129 
446 

51 

13 
120 
180 

50 
134 



163 
23 
42 

135 
30 



11 

78 

723 

32 
355 



295 
456 
159 

117 

33 
73 
2 
18 
341 
11 



Guinea grass 



Farms 
reporting 



105 
12 
25 
20 



18 

103 

3 



36 
104 

27 
119 

14 



9 

6 

7 

24 

36 

11 
72 
12 
12 
104 



56 

73 
48 
40 

86 

148 
3 



7 

13 

8 

127 

59 

114 



7,592 

291 
24 
46 

127 



13 
244 
18 
69 
84 

60 
147 
104 
213 



1 

195 

12 

172 

149 

68 

138 
115 



64 

107 
13 
79 

158 

60 
31 
23 
63 
222 

90 
70 
51 
24 
155 

31 
47 
54 
25 
135 

24 
102 
112 
167 
176 

393 

105 
16 



6 

180 



54 

32 

6 

41 

1,021 



31 



168 
181 
226 



17,991 

178 

8 

51 

523 

981 

32 
190 
23 
39 
244 

92 

2,258 

29 

298 

34 



598 
9 
89 
22 

81 
118 
86 



326 

19 

19 

576 

287 

29 
339 

12 

5 

252 

78 
539 
555 
1,777 
119 

37 
10 
6 
9 
13 

47 
97 
81 
12 
77 



101 
247 
392 
364 

1,492 

255 

14 

90 

2 

174 
956 
82 



U 
195 

99 
1 

17 
536 

103 
43 

258 

611 
89 

275 



17,961 

392 

11 

42 

138 

466 

30 
343 
132 
108 
154 

59 
473 

84 
333 
108 



270 
336 

1,583 
367 
124 



59 
136 
203 
322 
250 

68 

378 

54 

57 

310 

102 
200 
16 
650 
262 

103 
37 
60 
15 

193 

60 
118 

60 

7 

243 

38 
100 
265 
539 
647 

2,037 
130 
17 
20 
122 



268 
140 
138 



28 

230 

18 

47 

1,469 

66 
149 

386 
227 
474 



Merker grass 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



5,421 

398 
33 
3 
52 
66 

26 

46 
1 



151 
52 

U9 
20 
65 



106 

3 

196 

38 

40 
60 
257 



18 
2 
61 
17 
89 

46 
16 
8 
38 

17 

73 
11 
44 
20 
243 

277 
14 
23 
38 

55 

106 

4 

75 

81 

103 



331 
315 
21 
33 

50 

1 



71 
10 
80 
582 

32 
19 



5,873 

350 
37 
3 

115 
94 

6 
71 

1 
34 
227 

179 
76 
199 

17 



2 
226 

3 
153 
262 

24 
120 

217 



14 
11 
84 

78 

11 

7 

93 

42 

37 
11 

110 
20 

191 

119 
72 
51 
41 
97 



15 

235 

213 

11 

57 

67 
2 

4 

38 
149 



23 
2 
98 
16 
129 
354 

34 
38 



U,701 

683 

18 

5 

57 

362 

27 
33 
12 



416 
286 
455 
24 
189 

63 

249 

3 

244 

43 



335 
75 
101 
104 
127 

472 

197 

9 

48 

61 

214 
386 
242 
204 
380 

348 
25 
72 
37 
90 

217 

4 

416 

59 

174 

7 

518 

691 

61 

245 

451 
1 



43 
395 
37 



67 
28 
565 
231 
241 
768 

261 

87 



575 
17 
4 
98 

235 

6 

220 

5 

29 

294 

555 
185 
384 
27 
267 

34 

299 

1 

250 

305 

136 
199 
402 



105 
34 
110 

114 
90 
3 
80 
64 

54 
U8 
159 

57 
190 

U7 
86 
68 
13 
96 



553 

2 

165 

15 
240 
272 

22 
203 

278 

(Z) 

1 

26 

306 



107 
67 



323 
143 
164 
359 

90 
108 

21 
11 
48 



Elephant grass 



Farms 
reporting 



1959 1949 



20 
186 
15 

1 
7 

22 

1 

2 

6 

208 



6 
368 

11 



121 

41 

2 

13 

26 

1 



4,961 

52 

83 

231 

20 

3 

2 
522 

8 
53 
13 



53 

223 

63 

2 
29 

47 
20 

3 

13 

302 



27 

346 

25 

29 

246 

3 
3 
56 
6 
205 

19 
65 
46 



5 

2 

49 

100 

128 

40 
73 
19 
32 

15 



161 
45 
43 
55 



244 
2 

148 
24 
34 

118 

134 
135 



8,028 

55 

60 

103 



26 

4 

183 
125 
143 
188 
76 



34 
(Z) 

10 

16 

253 



20 
185 



1 
249 



147 

21 

1 

99 

87 

100 

53 



169 
4 
188 
322 
34 
29 

470 
61 



7,958 

65 

35 

306 

10 

2 

1 
1,240 



164 

53 

219 

314 

145 



1 

18 

255 



35 
3 
5 

56 

93 

1,191 

6 

16 

378 



2 

88 

9 

123 

12 

34 

157 



44 
43 

m 

18 
41 
18 
80 
13 

21 

259 

12 

23 

253 



210 
4 
229 
254 
47 
108 

160 
136 



Pangola grass 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



3 

38 

1 

115 

25 



104 
3 



Cuerdas 
1959 



15 
120 
74 
95 



13 
264 



386 
93 

281 
32 

940 

423 

314 

17 

703 



2 

81 

325 

2,295 

159 
50 
43 



153 

138 

5 

615 

108 



28 
121 
13 

27 
415 
216 
106 

31 



123 

22 

26 

1,237 

548 
90 



328 
98 



708 
266 



2 
12 

420 

64 

750 

1,183 

31i 

84 

1,776 
183 

275 I 
3 



Molasses grass 



re- 
port- 
ing, 
1959 



100 
2 



32 

156 

13 



Z Reported in 



94 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. . . . 
Aguas Buenas . 
Albonito 



ASasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas. 



Bayamdn . . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
Caguas. . . . 

Camuy 

Carolina. . 



Cataiio. 
Cayey. . 
Celba. . 
Clales. 
Cldra.. 



Coamo 

Ccmerio. . 
Corozal. . 
Culebra. . 
Dorado. . . 



Fajardo. . . . 
Gu&:iica .... 
Queyama,. . . 
Guayanilla . 
Guaynabo . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Honnigueroe . 

Humacao 

leabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz, 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Larea 



Las Marias . . 
Las Piedras. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manati 



Maricao. . 
Maunabo . t 
Xlayagiiez. 

Moca 

Morovis . . 



Naguabo . . . 
Naranjito. 
Orocovls. . 
Patillas.. 
Penuelas. . 



Ponce 

QuebradlllBs. 

Rlnc6n 

Rio Grande. . . 
Rio Piedras . . 



Sabana Grande . 

Salinas 

San Genn^ .... 

^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebasti^. 
Santa Isabel.. 

Toa Alta 

Tea Baja 

Trujillo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques . . . 
Villalba.. 
Yabucos . . . 
Yauco 



All vegetables harvested for sale 



204 
5 



94 

53 

161 

(Z) 
47 



370 

6 

98 



229 

217 

1 

33 

147 

166 
24 
24 



17 
42 
(Z) 



723 
39 
16 

76 

31 

1 

79 

170 

72 
10 
19 



22 

37 

7 

12 

251 

91 

11 
11 
6 

219 
46 

311 



2 
49 
38 
142 

2 

164 



30 
118 
84 
29 
302 



108 
(Z) 
17 
55 

511 

50 

152 



5 
21 
76 
30 

48 

225 

217 

2 

33 

161 

182 
57 
28 



36 
120 
28 
26 



27 
13 
29 

16 
19 
318 
58 
60 



46 
273 

43 
42 
26 



20 
3 
29 
36 
442 
163 

26 
21 

1 

337 

35 

377 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



645,065 

1,381 

460 

2,132 

5,506 

10,294 

196 

16,105 

339 

199 

85,064 

1,895 
5,287 

10,570 
5,947 

18,746 

18 
4,857 

1,085 
4,836 

28,817 

767 

20,772 



90 

100 

3,205 

9,152 

6,732 

21,487 

19,719 

213 

3,518 

22,464 

35,994 
1,481 
3,463 
3,548 
4,190 

288 
6,125 
3,296 
3,759 
1,903 

860 

5,615 

60 

3,376 

1,336 
3,209 
98,325 
3,120 
1,401 

3,703 

3,542 

52 

12,326 

17,544 

5,957 
597 
664 

7,495 

2,526 

1,315 

594 

674 

32, 560 

6,723 

893 
761 
324 

23, 577 
3,916 

26,012 



527,991 

1,339 

174 

4,703 

1,689 

11,214 

302 

10,723 

1,668 

422 

36,541 

1,659 
5,015 
4,326 
4,187 
20,209 



10,944 

56 

1,216 

4,287 

27,701 

2,974 

15,223 

284 

412 
2,164 
14,528 
1,684 

3,810 

13,186 
11,975 
139 
3,069 
23,278 

20,771 
3,409 
2,205 
1,489 
4,159 

426 
2,884 
7,419 
2,167 

1,174 

6,214 
1,029 
4,841 
1,182 
4,051 

875 

2,395 

38,628 

3,512 

3,472 

4,654 

1,564 

97 

2,681 

27,814 

3,578 
1,339 
2,773 

2,409 

1,237 
300 
3,123 
4,386 
37,452 
7,326 

1,144 

1,834 

98 

35,778 
2,471 

32,025 



Farms reporting 



536 
6 



223 

2 

12 



4 

152 

2 



802 
9 



13 

1 

260 

2 

16 
3 
3 



2 

2 

114 

6 



350 
2 



(Z) 

184 

(Z) 

4 

(Z) 



11 
(Z) 

1 



(z) 



(Z) 



(z) 



1 

99 

(Z) 



(z) 
(z) 



(z) 

1 



1 

(z) 

1 



446 
3 



3 

(Z) 



187 

1 



(Z) 
12 

15 

26 

5 



7 
(Z) 
(Z) 

3 
2 

(Z) 



(Z) 

(z) 

3 



(z) 



(z) 

1 

89 

1 

(Z) 

(Z) 



(Z) 
1 

(z) 
(z) 

(z) 

(z) 
1 



10 

(z) 



Pounds harvested 



1,372,670 
950 



5,890 

11,850 



300 

912,150 

200 

6,525 

500 

12,660 

27,000 

34,730 
8,200 
9,350 



14,040 

100 

3,050 



2,500 

315,050 

950 



250 
325 



600 
1,100 



1,400 

400 

1,200 



1,143,532 
1,760 



2,700 
61,512 



2,730 
100 

532,457 

4,300 

3,405 

710 

1,300 

25,037 

310 
61,500 

28,250 
66,670 
15,700 



10,300 
425 
325 

7,575 
1,391 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



100 

460 

5,500 



175 

1,050 

275,995 

1,400 

50 

400 



125 
850 



570 
1,050 



15,920 
450 
575 



33,419 
19 



132 
249 



265 
10 



929 
199 
147 



64 

9,047 

19 



29,585 
40 



53 
2,339 



75 
6 



10,803 
152 



87 
15 
40 



14 
1,519 

673 

1,413 

312 



413 
10 



182 

71 



7 

40 

9,437 

45 



6 
22 



386 
22 

13 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



95 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Continued 



Municipio 



Eggplant 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars ) 



Puiif)kins and squashes 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

A^ada 

Aguadilla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

A^BCO 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultas. . 

Bayandn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catai^o 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccnerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Ou^ica 

Ouayama 

Guayanllla. , . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . . 

Huisacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . , 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Laree 

Laa Marias. . . . 
Las Pledras. . . 

Lofza 

Luquillo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.^ 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

NaranJIto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas.. 

RlnctSn 

Rfo Grande. . . . 
Rio Piedraa . . . 

/ Sabana Grande. 

p [ Salinas 

\ San Germdn. . . . 

\San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebasti£(n, 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja , 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . . . , 

Vega Baja 

Vieques 

Vlllalba , 

Yabucoe 

Yauco 



1 
(Z) 

1 

1 

(z) 

3 

1 

10 



(z) 

(z) 
(z) 



z) 



19 


6 


2 


1 


U 


i. 


81 


38 


19 


11 


1 


(Z) 


17 


1 


22 


u 


8 


2 


3 




11 


1 


i. 


3 


19 


2 


7 




10 


2 


14 


(Z) 


17 


5 


5 


2 


i. 




3 


(Z) 


5 


2 


7 


2 


ft 


1 


1 


(z) 


5 




2i 


2 


3 


1 



3 


2 


70 


21 


6 


1 




(Z) 


6 


(Z) 


37 


3 


10 


(Z) 




(z) 


7 


1 


3 


2 


89 


20 


3 


(Z) 


7 


(Z) 


15 


(Z) 




1 


37 


2 


16 


1 


26 


2 



(z) 

(Z) 



1 

(z) 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 
(Z) 

1 

(z) 

I. 

(z) 

2 



(z) 



2 

1 

2 

(Z) 

4 

(Z) 
3 
12 
4 
1 

2 

(2) 
1 



1 
(Z) 
3 
4 
3 

6 

1 

"i 

26 



484,580 



5,595 
2,000 
1,300 



20,525 

400 

1,425 

4,300 

1,265 
1,025 
5,795 
7,740 
15,723 



200 
500 

6,300 

10,100 

150 



13,800 
1,000 
20,170 

89,150 

26,615 

700 

4,020 

34,739 

5,900 

3,950 
6,000 
7,400 



2,135 
1,200 
8,040 
3,250 



200 
2,950 



2,850 
300 

5,540 
400 

12,100 
15,750 

3,666 
46,330 

600 

450 

1,550 

3,236 

1,450 

60 

700 

3,300 

46,610 

1,730 

600 
2,400 

415 
3,800 
2,502 
9,425 



597,786 

30 

1,200 

26,125 

2,200 

683 



16,198 

600 

1,215 

1,700 



3,818 
3,945 
10,925 
22,910 



3,608 

50 

1,630 

1,950 

4,430 

500 

5,410 

lOO 

750 
750 

7,170 
250 

3,120 

49,782 

25,350 

180 

4,145 

20,808 

5,950 
1,000 
4,725 
665 
3,155 

1,625 
1,490 
15,945 
4,575 
700 

4,250 

450 

1,850 

3,850 

650 

150 

3,855 

5,485 

15,500 

5,134 
3,675 

966 
78,050 

5,815 

6,025 

5,266 

4,175 

3,810 
42,200 
77,060 

1,225 

1,110 
4,356 

51,825 
2,708 
7,050 



22,422 



235 
76 
36 



50 
194 

68 

62 

273 

549 

947 



365 

263 

7 



656 
30 
774 

3,600 
912 
20 
108 

2,756 

218 

106 
233 
208 



78 

36 

425 

130 

io 

203 



116 
12 

230 
25 

403 
528 

"96 
2,285 

45 
31 
76 

94 

58 

4 

30 

139 

2,663 

104 

18 
107 
4 
105 
180 
243 



24,452 

1 
33 
997 
62 
30 



597 
15 
40 
48 



305 
193 
377 
904 



164 

2 

92 



141 

26 

233 



40 
43 

295 
14 

125 

1,553 

1,007 

8 

135 

802 



130 

45 

110 

73 
107 
575 
254 

26 

170 
13 
84 



20 

6 

133 

343 

616 

295 
112 

28 
2,807 

251 

260 

195 

187 

192 

2,218 

3,782 

67 

73 
163 

1,855 
130 
297 



2,4a9 

14 
5 
13 
54 
43 

2 
Ul 

4 



47 
131 
12 
41 
12 

32 
11 
25 
10 
30 

6 
39 
14 
27 
32 



15 
13 
313 
30 



49 
2 
16 
35 

115 
23 
17 



3 
6 
30 
12 
32 

33 

135 

3 

21 

12 

28 
26 
10 
14 
62 

13 
7 
30 
12 
31 

1 
18 
13 
10 
19 

10 
5 
70 
71 
32 

35 
3 

16 
42 

17 
3 

5 



28 

1 

9 

1 

37 

146 

28 
22 
2 
91 
29 
71 



132 
2 



207 
16 



(Z) 
5 
30 
11 
20 

24 

133 

1 

13 



4 

7 

361 

16 



22 
(Z) 
10 

10 



1 

17 
17 
11 
10 

9 

104 

1 

5 



(Z) 



11 

3 

3 

(Z) 

19 

109 

13 
6 
1 



6,030,965 

12,000 

12,350 

3,540 

64,050 

114,750 

10,800 

252,697 

1,350 

1,180,450 

25,785 
48,083 
71,025 
7,724 
45,790 



49,570 



7,050 
IB, 000 



363,800 
22,656 



100 

5,000 

35,150 

29,100 

50,250 

48,946 
284,000 
3,050 
22,375 
12,100 

50,800 
12,825 
19,050 
143,300 
28,015 

8,170 
41,540 
11,100 
20,714 
25,025 



14,150 
20,300 

46,500 

4,320 

19,900 

1,503,225 

37,450 

8,066 

26,375 
11,450 
2,200 
51,000 
32,400 

142,060 

10,600 

9,200 

118,647 

53,170 

120,000 

1,500 

7,100 

129,940 

121,200 

12,250 
6,525 
3,000 
163,980 
67,333 
125,650 



3,413,986 

29,900 
870 
7,200 
12,050 
55,956 

10,050 

188,645 

5,780 

5,690 

268,997 

12,900 
54,735 
26,885 
12,625 
25,394 



50,063 

50 

17,300 

17,440 

731,362 
15,595 
71,700 

10,866 

5,895 
81,550 
30,491 
22,000 
16,986 

12,432 

182,927 

1,475 

7,825 

5,700 

24,700 
18,500 
6,150 
72,550 
29,755 

5,635 
6,800 

11,095 
9,265 

19,070 

1,500 

10,500 

5,230 

5,250 

47,192 

3,722 

3,050 

204,620 

32,100 

98,060 

37,032 
4,425 

10,965 
48,900 

76,000 
75,900 
5,500 

25,890 

27,443 
12,000 
6,150 
200 
57,560 
230,450 

20,085 
9,259 
875 
75,105 
17,665 
58,570 



175,590 

1,260 

360 

100 

1,778 

2,445 

196 

8,689 

66 

30,856 

766 
1,847 
2,513 

231 
1,744 



1,168 



193 
491 



9,614 
786 



5 

100 

372 

713 

2,554 

1,733 

10,969 

115 

710 

365 

1,730 
298 
692 

2,455 
620 

218 
1,204 
523 
613 
741 



535 
936 

1,474 

152 

735 

43,875 

1,117 

261 

732 

364 

52 

1,828 

938 

3,856 
330 
281 

4,271 

1,497 
1,200 
37 
425 
6,129 
3,434 

331 

136 

149 

3,288 

2,164 

3,179 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



96 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Continued 



Uunic ipio 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



Green beans 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars ) 



Puerto Rico . 



AdJ\intas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas. 
Albaolto 



A^asco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqiiltas. 



Bayandn . . . 
Cabo Ho Jo. 

Caguas 

Caauy 

Carolina.. 



Cataiio. 
Cayey.. 
Celba. . 
Clales. 
Cldra.. 



Cosmo. . . 
Comerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo... . 
Gu^lca. . . . 
Gueyama. . . . 
Cuayanllla. 
Guaynabo . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueros . 

Humacao 

laabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Dfaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 



Las Marias. . 
Lae Pledras. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Pifanatf 



Maricao. . 
Maunabo.t 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovls. . 



Naguabo. . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls . . 
Patlllas.. 
Pefiuelaa . . 



^<«\«^' 



z^; 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas. 

Rinc6n 

Rfo Grande. . . 
Rio Pledras . . 



Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

San Germ^. 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebastldn. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta , 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta, 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques . . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabucoa . . . 
Yauco 



(2) 
3 



(Z) 



(z) 

1 
(z) 
(z) 



CZ) 
16 



(Z) 
(Z) 



1 

6 

(Z) 

2 



(Z) 
5 



(Z) 
(Z) 
(Z) 

2 



2 

(Z) 

1 

(z) 
(z) 



30,000 



1,050 
1,995 



2,600 



150 
10,325 



3,200 



6,200 



700 
2,700 



7,000 



6,169 
2, BOO 
6,765 



25,550 
1,625 

1,345 

17,980 

5,065 

5,000 

56,375 

4,970 



5,000 
600 
150 



18,830 



12,050 
10,663 



1,000 
63,810 



1,000 
500 



2,775 

14,900 

60 

5,690 



1,300 
42,000 



4,800 
4,400 



100 

125 

700 

2,450 

2,650 



1,500 
672 

2,100 

260 

1,000 



4,028 



2,500 



10 
370 



24 
220 



14,128 



284 
139 
248 



56 

561 

185 

193 

2,007 



150 

25 

5 



1,075 



432 

309 



56 
2,061 



101 

550 

2 

220 



52 
1,680 



165 
209 



25 

93 

112 



58 
25 

144 
14 
70 



445 
3 

3 

18 
5 



641 

2 

1 
18 
2 



1 

110 



1 


2 


1 


2 


41 


130 


1 


4 


3 


7 


2 


3 


5 


9 


4 


5 


4 


11 



406 

1 

2 
17 
18 



3 
(Z) 



7 
(Z) 
15 

2 
26 



(Z) 

2 

20 



5 

16 

32 
17 

1 
2 

6 
3 

1 
(Z) 

(z) 



(z) 
1 

3 

37 



(Z) 



499 
(Z) 

(zj 

18 

1 



2 
(Z) 
(Z) 
11 



(Z) 
2 
6 

(Z) 
1 
53 



3 
(Z) 

7 



(Z) 

2 
(Z) 

4 
9 



(Z) 
1 
7 
1 
2 



(Z) 



(Z) 

(z) 

1 

13 
1 



(Z) 
(Z) 
85 



119 

1 



543,619 

205 

1,300 
19,222 

14,000 



5,275 

200 

80,800 

2,640 

492 

22,450 

475 
33,686 



1,882 

550 

1,500 

36,550 



24,600 

47,920 
7,400 

525 

2,000 

7,000 

3,900 

1,000 

100 

150 



800 
4,100 
2,137 
1,690 



2,950 
600 



1,600 

81,400 

2,600 



100 
1,200 



6,800 
56,150 



125 

675 

700 

300 

43,070 

1,500 

2,050 
2,400 

7,600 

850 

1,600 



509,183 

150 

800 

10,300 

365 



1,860 
100 
135 

7,600 

1,300 

25,350 

300 

46,132 



5,890 

35 

1,600 

6,850 

100 

485 

68,000 



2,500 

700 

9,240 



350 

2,150 

450 

7,830 

7,950 

320 

350 

250 
535 
5,462 
500 
800 

4,450 

4,390 
150 
480 

300 
130 
400 
11,400 
830 

950 

400 

60 

98,880 

2,550 

740 

250 

642 

300 

7,000 

120,310 

390 

1,592 
580 

5,900 

420 

2,927 



30,935 
16 

92 

1,060 
732 



195 

10 

4,199 

176 
15 

1,372 
37 

2,276 



91 

31 

75 

2,942 



125 

1,106 

2,701 
413 

23 
100 

342 
240 

74 
5 



27 
205 
239 
142 



167 

51 



85 

4,025 

120 



341 
2,895 



45 

20 

3,597 

45 

80 
58 

136 
36 
82 



Z Reported Iji small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



97 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Continued 



Uimlclplo 



TajroB reporting 



Bimdies harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



Farms reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguade 

Aguadllla 

Agues Buenas. 
Albonlto 



ASasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqul tafi . 



Bayandn. . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
Caguas .... 

Canuy 

Carolina. . 



Catatlo. 
Cayey . . 
Ceiba.. 
Cialee. 
Cldra . . 



Coaao. . . 
Ccoerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra . 
Dorado.. 



Fajardo. . . . 
Gu^ica.... 
Guayana .... 
Ouaysnllla. 
Quaynsbo... 



Ourabo 

Hatillo 

Korniigueroe . 

Humacao 

Isabels 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . 

Juncoa 

Lajas 

Lares 



Laa Marias. . 
Las Piedrae. 

LoizB 

Luqulllo. . . . 
«anat{ 



Marlcao. . 
Maunabo . t 
Mayaguez. 

Uoca 

Morovls. . 



NaguBbo. . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovis., 
Patillas.. 
Pefiuelas . . 



Ponce 

^ebradillas. 

Rlnc(Sn 

Rio Grande. .. 
^ Rio Piedras . . 



Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

San Germ^ 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebastl^. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJUlo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques. . . 
Vlllalba.. 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



1 
2 

2 

1 

3 
125 



109 
2 
2 
6 
2 

'26 

98 
6 



1 
(Z) 

(Z) 



1 
(Z) 

7 
(Z) 
27 



2 

(Z) 



(Z) 



3 
(Z) 

(Z) 

1 

2 



1 
7 

2 

2 

(Z) 



1 
(Z) 
(Z) 

(z) 

(Z) 

"3 

17 
(Z) 

1 
(Z) 

(z) 



158 

1 

1 
1 



(Z) 
(Z) 

1 
(z) 

3 

(z) 

26 



(Z) 
3 



(Z) 

1 

(Z) 



(Z) 

(z) 

2 

(Z) 

2 

10 
2 

(Z) 
A 

(Z) 

(Z) 
(Z) 



(Z) 
3 
2 

(Z) 



(Z) 
2 



(Z) 
(Z) 



(Z) 
27 



2 

1 

(Z) 



31 

1 

(Z) 



1 

(Z) 

2 



414,<50 



3,500 
1,250 



450 

1,600 

27,728 

600 
48,275 



17,694 



100 
40,844 



1,556 

26,628 
38,850 

21,870 
250 

100 

3,580 

3,149 



3,050 

796 

2,010 

2,600 



1,300 
21,750 



2,475 
5,300 



2,300 

3,400 
32,008 

1,600 

1,000 

170 

1,724 

1,000 

5,900 

67,385 
1,100 

1,108 
3,000 



300 
14,150 



535,254 

1,730 

3,502 
2,050 
2,658 

4,830 

150 
450 

1,100 
1,942 
5,242 
800 
50,355 

45,782 

2,006 
6,790 

100 
2,100 
1,800 



1,000 

100 

12,000 

1,000 

3,350 

33,234 
12,950 

100 
15,700 
2,408 

400 

2,500 

8,325 

300 
7,068 
5,070 

400 

2,100 

35,780 

125 

2,314 

1,566 
1,600 

21,486 

410 
93,447 

4,175 
16,100 

2,090 

350 

10,341 

78,608 
5,550 

250 
3,100 

1,512 

870 

14,210 



27,266 



210 
34 



51 

110 

1,401 

60 

4,628 



50 
2,295 



1,547 
1,674 

1,177 
25 

5 

320 

267 



35 
1,845 



195 
2,070 

SO 

30 
9 

53 

50 

350 

5,418 
102 

59 
30 



31,843 

71 

264 
135 
154 



15 
25 

110 
97 
252 



100 
309 



87 
124 



60 

5 

705 

30 
245 

1,620 

387 

10 

605 

152 

20 

87 

393 

24 
420 
189 

32 

155 

2,692 

10 

144 

165 
102 

1,289 

27 
6,179 

270 

805 

117 

30 

691 

4,717 
185 

15 
167 

61 

36 

456 



(Z) 



(Z) 
(Z) 



2 
(Z) 
(Z) 



(Z) 



(Z) 

1 
24 



(Z) 
18 
(Z) 



(Z) 



3 
(Z) 



(Z) 
(Z) 



(Z) 
(Z) 



3 
(Z) 



(Z) 



(Z) 

(Z) 



(Z) 
2 
11 

(Z) 



(Z) 



900 
9,100 



10,850 



9,200 
60,280 



800 
7,650 



1,000 



1,500 
2,800 



1,300 

2,825 

25 

200 



800 
1,800 



1,500 



4,000 
68,192 



400 

29,367 

300 



160 
4,100 



151,789 



4,740 
50 



100 
50 



50 

45 

2,300 

8,000 

4,910 



150 
32,050 



4,970 
90 



20 
14,321 



50 

48 

1,600 



150 
400 



.250 
125 



750 
49,090 



50 
250 



500 

2,000 

20,630 

100 



400 
2,300 



98 
402 



2,960 



300 
1,947 



30 
475 



75 
159 



120 
3,227 



20 
1,378 

U 



Z Reported in '^nl 1 fractions. 



98 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Continued 



Peppers 



FajTns reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars ) 



Fanns reporting 



Pounds harvested 



Value of sales 
(dollars ) 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. . . . 
Aguas Buenas. 
Aibonlto 

Anasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta . . 
Barranqultas. 

BayamcDn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

Ciales 

Cldra 

Coano 

Conerio 

Corozal 

Culehra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lca 

Guayama 

Guayanilla. . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroa . . 

Hujnacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Lares 

Las Marias . , . 
Las Pledraa. . 

Loiza 

Luquillo 

Manati 

Maricao 

Maunabo .%..., 

Mayagiiez 

Moca 

Morovia 

Neguabo 

Naranjito. .. . 

Orocovis 

PatlUas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradillas . 

Rlnc6n 

Rio Grande 

^Rio Pledras.. 

/ Sebana Grande 

r\^\ Salinas 

V San Germdn, . . 

N/San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastidn 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujillo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. ... 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Villalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



1,394 



13 
20 
13 

49 
96 

1 

16 

127 

21 

5 

29 



1 

3 

2 

40 

23 

1 

6 

1 

22 

35 

109 



4 
2 
13 
9 

21 

68 

50 

1 

29 

106 

15 
10 
18 
2 
63 

5 
35 
29 
15 
15 

2 
3 
5 
4 
12 

13 
8 
6 

18 

2 

13 
13 
1 
13 
51 

7 

il 

37 

23 

17 
2 
85 
36 



20 
1 
38 
38 
104 



1 

(Z) 

7 

7 



(Z) 
3 

20 

(Z) 

9 



6 

31 
5 

22 
43 

(Z) 

5 

111 

14 
3 
7 



(Z) 

(Z) 

7 

2 

5 



5 

(Z) 

2 



2 
(Z) 
1 
1 
27 
4 

(Z) 
3 
1 

10 
7 

73 



(Z) 

20 

2 



(Z) 
18 
(Z) 

1 



5 

(Z) 

2 



27 
23 

(Z) 
6 

102 

10 

6 

7 

(Z) 

17 

(Z) 
9 

17 



1 
(Z) 
1 
2 
3 



7 

2 

(Z) 

4 
6 

(Z) 



2 

5 

(Z) 

18 
5 

55 



1,500 

200 

17,050 

11,260 

2,956 



71,266 
1,000 
1,350 
2,700 

5,835 
13,901 
40,190 
71,760 
17,000 



1,310 
13,300 

62,684 

430 

7,275 



12,690 
77,684 
4,565 

40,550 

73,605 

100 

9,675 

276,917 

42,150 
5,900 

19,450 
2,350 

31,920 



51,285 
13,400 
17,890 
6,575 



960 

1,300 

100 

15,215 

2,625 
20,225 
14,150 

3,025 
14,700 

6,550 
48,450 

107,333 
21,700 

7,510 

200 

1,008 

25,265 

5,325 

25 

1,350 

550 

37,334 

12,885 

100 

4,100 

200 

11,100 

10,865 
124,442 



1,101,514 

3,135 

950 

45,940 

2,925 

2,155 

1,500 
39,945 
750 
1,135 
2,990 

2,320 
16,270 

7,535 
24,527 
38,420 



8,838 

65 

5,625 

4,540 

8,890 
4,750 
9,339 



765 

2,100 

11,915 

3,375 

6,785 

30,765 

48,840 

20 

6,900 

357,209 

11,400 
4,390 
10,510 
130 
27,510 

530 
11,750 
15,725 
3,435 
3,185 

5,900 
420 
1,628 
5,150 
8,032 

1,925 

3,237 

14,750 

4,105 

620 

5,174 

23,419 

300 

2,990 
22,305 

4,500 

5,250 

7,208 

4,815 

5,878 

5,000 

66,915 

9,870 

1,955 

10,005 

223 

21,800 

6,404 
61,903 



99,816 



15 

1,080 

717 

123 



60 

39 

270 

288 
1,304 
2,717 
4,647 
1,892 



74 
713 

3,192 

83 

688 



744 

6,371 

320 

2,948 

5,409 

6 

498 

16,253 

2,267 
386 

1,263 
193 

2,50} 



2,623 

974 

1,437 

469 



91 

32 

10 

1,105 

160 
830 
1,195 
142 
809 

440 
2,117 

6,492 
1,979 

482 

7 

32 

2,014 

610 

2 

57 

40 

2,821 

965 

10 
265 

28 

876 

663 

7,193 



55,254 

191 
42 
1,775 
220 
111 

75 

2,231 

26 

53 
133 

138 
1,086 

315 
1,689 
1,899 



496 

5 

367 

232 

469 
241 
747 



43 
92 
1,103 
160 
398 

1,486 

2,521 

2 

472 

14,236 

475 

318 

594 

6 

1,492 

25 
639 
732 
276 
224 

350 

35 

72 

451 

487 

134 

325 

1,028 

262 

29 

386 

1,002 

24 

184 
1,250 

287 

266 

510 

338 

410 

500 

3,547 

462 

135 

435 

15 

1,005 
418 

3,017 



9,949 



(Z) 

1 



(z) 
(z) 
(z) 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 
(z) 

(z) 

4 

(z) 
(z) 



(z) 



(z) 

(Z) 

(z) 



(Z) 



(z) 



(Z) 

1 

1 
(z) 

1 

(z) 
(z) 

(Z) 

1 
47 



(z) 
(z) 

(Z) 

i 

1 



1,800 
500 



20O 
250 
150 



140 

20O 



830 
4,100 



18,350 



1,000 
2,040 



1,025 
1,070 



300 
600 



3,250 



10 
200 



375 
50 



8,833 



200 
310 



4,X5 
730 
70 



75 
500 



62 
150 
50 



50 
6,330 



1,240 



60 
700 

1,275 

50 

625 

'26 

150 

100 

850 

46,265 

200 
170 
38 

1,420 
1,500 



41 
202 



1,023 



40 

112 



5,056 



Z Reported in small fractions . 



PUERTO RICO 



99 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Ck)ntinued 



Municipio 



Puerto Rico . 

Adjustas 

Agu&da 

A^adlllB. . . . 
Agues Buenas. 
Aibonito 

Aflasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barrajiqultae . 

BayamiSn 

Cabo Rojo. . . . 

Caguaa 

Canuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Ceiba 

Clalea 

Cldra 

Coano 

Ccmerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnica 

Guayana 

Guayanllle . . . 
Guaynabo 

Ourabo 

HatUlo 

Hormlgueroe . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jay\iya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Laree 

Las Marfaa. . . 
Las Pledras . . 

Loiza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovlfl 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto. . .. 

Orocovls 

PatlHas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllaa . 

Rlnc6n 

Rio Grande. . . 
Rio Pledras . . 

/ Sabana Grande 

.1 Salinas 

[ San Germ&i.. . 

xlSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebasti&i 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . . . 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



Cabbage 



Farms Reporting 



3 

3 

117 

3 



34 

2 
3 

153 



(Z) 



2 

(Z) 



2 

(Z) 
6 
1 
2 



(Z) 
2 

9 

(Z) 
1 



(Z) 

(z) 



5 
6 

1 
(Z) 



2 

(Z) 



1 

2 

138 

(Z) 



6 

(Z) 

(Z) 

1 
(Z) 



2 

Cz) 
Cz) 

50 



U 

tz) 

1 
211 

1 

(Z) 

11 

2 

7 



(2) 
10 



(Z) 



4 
1 
4 

5 
8 
(Z) 
4 
1 



(Z) 
5 
3 
2 
2 

4 
7 

(Z) 
4 

3 

10 

102 

3 

(Z) 

(Z) 

(z) 

4 
3 



(2) 
(Z) 

10 

(z) I 

8 ! 

6 I 
2 

12 I 

2 j 

(Z) I 
7 
15 
7 



Pounds harvested 



80 
11,800 
48,900 



3,044 
2,000 

951,900 

6,600 

600 

13,250 

525 

4,300 



725 
6,400 

62,000 
4,200 
2,500 



22,000 

5,810 

77,350 
3,600 

1,050 
100 

3,900 

2,900 

4,100 



21,550 

8,300 

1,500 

830 

850 
350 

7,900 

2,700 

6,100 

965,625 

850 



5,000 
2,000 



10,210 

2,500 

1,000 

3,875 
4,525 

3,000 
1,250 

4,150 

6,945 

300 



2,155 

250 

1,372 

7,965 

221,971 



19,417 

350 

4,000 

936,049 

990 

100 

18,600 

4,900 

12,070 



75,021 

70O 
12,620 

139,400 
13,650 
75,500 



41,650 
1,600 
4,205 

11,230 
15,400 
100 
9,300 
1,200 

40,300 

10,965 

12,065 

650 
11,290 
5,280 
2,300 
4,290 

18,200 
16,844 

300 
11,226 

3,420 

44,528 

568,704 

11,225 

50 

1,000 
2,650 

6,125 
7,550 



500 
300 

13,285 

325 

70,963 
12,000 
2,800 
23,945 

3,925 

3,400 

50 

27,550 

27,500 

33,125 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



66,187 



5 

686 
1,077 



176 
80 



204 
30 

511 
44 

139 



30 
208 

1,530 
222 
50 



445 

160 

1,941 
97 

53 



108 
160 



820 

233 

140 

65 



25 
22 

234 

108 

ISO 

25,423 

30 



200 
40 



356 
45 

70 

152 
278 

60 
65 

235 
187 
30 



71,447 

69 

7 

73 

275 

6,748 



587 

9 

152 

19,474 

43 
4 
653 
195 
375 



36 

399 

5,989 

370 

2,030 



1,863 
84 
153 

409 
467 
5 
397 
48 



398 

461 

17 
442 

155 
115 
123 

520 
566 

14 
347 

117 

1,072 

15,936 

350 

1 

40 

139 

209 
259 



16 

1,292 

360 

95 

698 

117 

70 

6 

912 

886 

1,102 



Faims reporting 



1 

1 

2 

90 

37 

111 



2,294 



51 
15 
2 
6 

12 
60 
30 
9 
184 



2 
5 

36 
23 
28 

120 
25 
4 
27 
34 

83 
31 
22 
7 
29 

12 
36 
70 
29 
10 

2 
6 
23 
5 
6 



6 

1 

129 

26 

8 
16 
1 
187 
38 
238 



1,085 



26 

1 
(Z) 



111 
40 



4 
18 

4 

53 

4 

(Z) 

9 

13 

117 
8 
5 
4 

3 

1 
11 
18 

7 
(Z) 

3 
5 

(Z) 



9 
54 
9 



(Z) 
1 
1 

132 



10 
2 
3 

(Z) 
18 
10 

(Z) 



5 
31 
12 

5 
114 



17 

(Z) 

2 

7 

84 

3 

29 

CZ) 

1 

3 

34 
14 
8 

85 
9 

1 



134 
28 



43 
U 
10 

19 
2 

(Z) 
30 
34 



6 

3 

2 
(Z) 
84 



(Z) 

221 

5 

240 



Pounds harvested 



3,904,896 



2,675 
10,296 

7,000 
17,750 



26,393 
1,300 
2,000 



5,475 

46,098 

27,300 

4,401 

133,615 



25,225 

7,400 

360,300 
212,200 



14,300 
60,550 
12,615 

126,500 

7,050 

1,800 

16,425 

35,380 

823,050 
15,375 
15,250 
11,500 
4,500 

1,000 
35,110 
38,800 
18,645 

1,120 

6,350 

12,350 

400 

7,630 

8,600 

22,700 

325, 100 

23,350 

6,750 

28,050 
5,675 

90,666 
71,700 

32,750 
4,150 
4,110 

9,050 

3,050 
1,140 



124,708 
13,500 

150 

3,000 

1,300 

407,722 

16,912 

538,296 



3,591,766 



800 

17,646 

1,890 

7,395 

1,000 
30,900 
19,350 
300 
14,800 

6,283 

53,396 

26,648 

18,200 

147,230 



43,764 

540 

4,365 

15,040 

178,275 

4,230 

114,645 

570 

1,700 

16,960 

179,810 

14,070 

11,550 

122,876 

20,615 

900 

17,992 

112,202 

372,825 I 

48,383 ! 

15,125 

3,425 

9,060 ' 

3,425 ' 
21,540 
98,488 
18,460 , 

1,500 

51,200 
1,900 
7,594 

10,000 
1,000 

5,062 
26,200 
149,760 
19,657 
13,815 

36,331 

4,500 

610 

43,400 

66, 650 

20,130 

2,500 

17,855 



3,770 

2,475 

1,700 

137,256 

17,405 

4,225 

10,887 

500 

603,894 

10, 190 
513,947 



Value of sales 
(dollars) 



85 
410 
267 
708 



1,181 
107 
60 



168 

1,719 

966 

359 

5,312 



730 
470 

13,112 

12,737 



686 

2,028 

554 

3,881 

245 

72 

897 

2,344 

30,762 
557 
797 
474 
360 

70 

1,200 

1,013 

748 

95 

161 

612 

50 

201 

455 

1,279 

13,456 

1,041 

306 

862 
500 

2,954 
2,884 

1,444 
199 

179 



107 
103 



4,650 
860 

5 

100 

78 

18,752 

630 

14, 143 



Z Reported in small fractions . 



100 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 28.-VEGETABLES HARVESTED FOR SALE-FARMS REPORTING, AREA, QUANTITY HARVESTED, 

AND VALUE OF SALES, 1959 AND 1949-Continued 



Municipio 



Fanns reporting 



Bunches harvested 



Value of sales 

(dollars) 



All other vegetables 



Value of sales 
(dollars ) 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla. . . . 
Aguas Buenas. 
Aibonlto 



Aiiasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas. 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . .. 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 



Catafio. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Clales. 
Cldra.. 



Coamo. . . 
Comerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo. . . . 
Gu^ica. . . . 
Ouayana .... 
Ouayanllle . 
Ouaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormigueroe . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Dfaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 



Las Marias. . 
Laa Pledras. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo.. . . 
Manatf 



Marlcao. . . 
Maunabo.i. 

Uayagiiez . . 

Moca 

Morovls . . . 



Neguabo . . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls.. 
Patlllas . . 
Penuelas . . 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas . . 
Rlnc6n 

Rio Grande. . . , 
^Rlo Piedras.. . 

r 

Sabana Grande. 

! Salinas 

\ San German. . . . 
'■^^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. .. 



San SebaatlStn. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques. . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabuooa . . . 
Yaueo 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 

1 

(zj 
(z) 



(z) 



(z) 

20 



(z) 



4,U9 



2,240 



600 

30 

•1,150 

200 
200 



7,300 



12 
75,643 



3,100 



1,140 



10,020 



1 
2,551 



102 

1 



3 

2 

3 
(Z) 

2 



1 
3 
3 

(Z) 



(Z) 

(Z) 

2 



(Z) 
3 
9 



1 

2 

(Z) 



10,273 
6 



790 
2,360 



656 
90 

158 

20 
198 



4 
712 
171 



(z) 

3 


15 




300 


(Z) 

'ii 


28 
16 
ID 


(z) 

1 


40 
'41 


7 




3 
(z) 


... 


(Z) 


... 


4 
2 

(z) 


1,084 
187 


1 


SO 


1 
4 


60 
648 


3 




(Z) 




(z) 


252 


(z) 


125 


1 

6 
34 
19 


30 
678 
900 


(Z) 

(z) 

\ 

Cz) 
(z) 


30 

'35 

70 
9 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



101 



Municipio Table 29.-C1TRONS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Munlclplo 



Fama 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



Faina 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity harvested 



Fanna 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity sold 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadille 

Agues Buenas . 
Aibonito 



AJIasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqui tas . 

Bayamon. ..... 

Cato Rojo 

Caguas 

Camay 

Carolina 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Ceiba.. 
Clales. 
Cldra.. 



Coano. .. 
CcDerlo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo. .. 
Oudnica . . . 
Gueyana . . . 
Ouayanilla 
Guaynabo. . 



Gurabo 

Hatillo 

Honnlguerofl . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncoa 

La Jas 

Lares 



Las Marias. . 
Las Piedras. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manati 



Uaricao. . 
Maunabo. . 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovis . . 



Naguabo 

Naranjlto. 
Orocovis . . 
Patlllas.. 
Pefiuelas . . 



Ponce 

Quebradillas. . 

Rinc6n 

Rio Grande. . , . 
-.,Rio Pledraa . . . 

/ Sabana Grande . 
[ Salinas 

San GemAn. . . . 
W San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebaati^. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Vieques. . . 
Villalba . . 
Yabucoa. . . 
Yauco 



213 

1 



351 
2 



206 
1 



58,430 

1 



1,069 
2 



27 
1,500 



480 
605 



18 
570 

17 

1 
3 



1,640 



6,200 

9 

7,498 



106, 567 
2 



600 
13 



800 

4 



4,511 

503 
15 
1 

7 

2,175 

47 

100 

3 

2 
4 
20 

20 

3,205 



16 
16 

52 

4 

6,386 

33 

5,251 



9 
125 



115 
66 



12,809 
10,497 



1,509 
11 



28,395 
20 



300 
4,000 



5 
1,965 



87 



1 
3,500 

1 
3,529 



267 
211 



1,123 
840 



(Z) 
6 



(Z) 
(Z) 



(Z) 



(z) 

2 



(Z) 



7 
(Z) 



38 

(Z) 



(z) 

72 
106 



1,502 



1,023 
(Z) 



(Z) 



1 

1 

(Z) 



(z) 

13 



(Z) 
50 



(Z) 



(Z) 
(Z) 
67 



(Z) 



120 
CZ) 
96 



211 

1 



3,763,640 
50 



75 

20,666 

77 

850 



253,350 
160 



1,630 
103,000 



20,000 
65,020 



175 
790 



150 
1,140 



250 
50 
24 



5,000 



80,000 
220 



30 
900 



1,120 



1,212,000 

232 

504,115 



11,000 



8,873,708 

6,334,345 
150 
400 

40 
87 



200 

30 

50 

1,350 

1,005 

350 



30,000 
455 



60,000 



80,000 

100 



213 
100 
515 



2,301 
300 



293,220 

50,000 
536 

50 

260 

134,700 

2,175 

5,650 

250 

25 

412 
200 

1,366 

172,600 



1,087 
625 



1,500 

322 

4,400 

210 

1,050,050 

300 

478,625 



220 
11,200 



264 
210 



6,074,860 
3,761,040 



20,000 



252,330 
160 



1,580 
103,000 



20,000 
65,000 



6,000 



90 
1,000 



30,000 
150 



1,212,000 
503,395 



11,000 



8,553,840 
6,162,405 



100, 
30, 



000 
000 



121, 



4,400 

1,050,000 

477,800 



11,200 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



102 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 30.-COCONUTS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Farms 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



report- 
ing, 
1959 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantily harvested 



Fazms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of nuts 



Quantity sold 



Farms 

report- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of nuts 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla 

Agues Buenas . . 
Albonito 

Afiasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta 

Barranqultaa . . 

BayajDon 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clalee 

Cldra 

Coajso 

Ccoerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnica 

Guayajna 

Guayanllla. . . . 
Guaynabo 

Ourabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . . 

Humacao 

Isabels 

Jayuya 

Juana Dfaz. . . . 

Juncos 

La Jas 

Lares 

Las Marias . . . . 
Lea Pledras. . . 

Loiza 

Luquillo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.t 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovis 

Naguabo 

NaranJIto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas. . 
Rlnc6n 

Rf o Grande . . . . 
f o Pledras . . 

Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

Sen German. . . 

^'San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
Santa Isabel, 

Toa Alta 

Toe Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta ... . 
Vega Ba Ja . . . . 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



2 

91 

99 

103 

10 



322 
32 
80 



360 
196 
435 
37 
156 

1 
52 
106 
115 

17 

15 
35 
lU 
23 
18 

53 

2 

75 

51 

391 

262 
85 
39 
592 
148 

14 

11 

239 

110 

89 

i5 
587 
83 
83 
196 



148 

32 

214 

139 
43 

a 

313 
10 

148 

103 
56 

19 
103 

16 

7 

216 



332 
11 
24 
17 
179 
541 

184 
137 
32 
12 
169 
81 



16,490 



416 
292 
206 
17 

162 
533 

55 
150 

15 

346 
276 
257 
312 
360 

7 
58 
174 
43 
57 

23 

35 

205 

66 

52 

3 

131 

80 
439 

237 
314 
80 
567 
410 

30 
60 
273 
158 
274 

81 
526 
206 
182 
233 

2 
233 

175 
332 
158 

271 
230 

17 
468 

89 

124 
269 

219 
312 
300 

115 

18 

352 

1 

384 

670 
16 

241 
54 

250 

357 

335 

297 
34 
48 
825 
272 



2 

91 
73 
32 
7 

36 
256 
30 
69 



318 
165 
308 
31 
151 

1 
22 

105 
87 
13 

11 
28 

72 
15 
16 

24 

2 

66 

40 
330 



39 
555 
143 

12 

10 

194 

106 

67 



502 
82 
72 

159 



20 
124 

30 
200 

123 

37 

3 

306 
10 

110 
96 
54 
18 
82 

15 

5 

208 



294 
10 
24 
17 
155 
339 

169 
131 
30 
12 

164 
74 



517,056 550,135 



61 

10,317 

9,686 

252 

23 



6,332 

10,848 

3,106 

599 



7,502 
25,876 
1,613 
1,265 
2,975 

500 
145 
1,332 
270 
53 

26 

75 

219 

33,434 

18,864 

3,843 

220 

5,435 

28,337 

2,439 

989 
2,339 

331 
38,309 
24,710 

64 

336 

1,241 

1,949 

127 

54 
2,239 
66,569 
2,826 
9,319 



6,679 

7,591 

743 

1,217 

4,219 

149 

4 

5,733 

1,264 

9,414 
1,142 
12, 359 
50,140 
620 

256 

258 

1,453 

2,225 

986 
479 
282 
12,799 
823 
1,011 

7,733 
14,413 
11,480 
42 
32,924 

1,014 



78 

16,351 

23,394 

443 

12 

14,763 
12,677 
8,169 
4,149 
26 

6,536 
30,742 
1,957 
3,274 
4,973 

126 
134 
1,493 
240 
135 

64 
104 
673 

23,533 

1,943 
2,265 
3,954 
11,635 
1,844 

1,073 
6,939 
416 
27,598 
26,189 

307 
2,135 
1,500 
1,857 

503 

141 
2,126 

64,943 
9,552 

23,662 

9 
3,503 
14,328 
1,577 
1,092 

5,446 

873 

25 

10,289 

1,768 

14,328 

2,620 

11,373 

39,030 

3,152 

1,102 
1,520 
2,595 
300 
4,012 

1,819 
2,836 
1,049 
12,000 
333 
1,102 

10,215 
22,596 

4,444 

123 

27,957 

1,531 



16 

164 

11 

23 



121 
50 

198 
10 
54 



9 

34 

20 

18 

159 

113 

29 

1 

125 
30 

2 

5 

86 

16 

39 

26 
225 

17 
35 
84 



129 

5 



82 
7 
7 
4 
101 
263 

68 
55 
8 
2 
64 



95,687 



2,011 

990 

262 

13 

752 
4,313 
3,183 

U3 



576 

1,841 

1,011 

376 

223 



98 

265 

109 

4 

28 

64 

209 

1,727 

8,673 

973 

382 

56 

900 

355 

157 

3 

3,900 

4,019 

5 

87 

298 

626 

39 

85 

726 

6,333 

2,218 

6,656 

16 

545 

2,343 

10 

640 

133 

67 

14 

1,144 

1,015 

664 

749 

1,086 

10,017 

302 



35 
198 

1,031 

232 
73 
91 

143 
563 
713 

2,857 
3,376 
3,119 
6 
4,613 
110 



33 

8,510 

2,411 

205 

72 

3,193 

7,991 

3,330 

667 

65 

831 
6,984 
2,378 

987 
2,080 

10 
103 
467 

71 
109 

36 
40 
436 

1,212 

570 

21 

1,282 

469 
1,057 

368 

2,576 

56 

13,389 

5,845 

59 
314 
848 
354 
220 

52 

984 

23,440 

3,498 

17,041 

14 

2,036 

3,101 

539 

300 

3,332 

508 

42 

5,710 

4,016 

364 

971 

369 

24,213 

2,655 

158 
456 
314 

2,579 

973 
20 
607 
4,497 
443 
459 

1,746 
6,158 

157 

153 

7,213 

436 



2 
3 
8 
22 

10 

32 
2 
31 
10 
67 

28 

23 

2 

173 

133 

2 
5 
50 
22 
6 



34 
26 
1 
25 

47 
13 

151 
5 

25 
30 
20 



61 

20 

5 

144 

72 



10,476 

1 
228 
204 

3 



138 
228 
117 
20 



129 
414 
58 
31 
15 

10 
5 

11 
2 
2 

(Z) 

2 

3 

728 

489 

71 

6 

94 

475 

27 

10 

40 

4 

782 

439 

(Z) 
12 
19 
35 
3 



21 

1,374 

82 

234 

1 
128 
159 
10 
31 

67 
5 

99 

37 

128 
19 

274 

1,201 

17 



14 
9 
4 
206 
14 
10 

158 
337 
328 
2 
493 
30 



12,551 

2 
433 
412 

3 



268 
309 
260 



133 

757 

58 

55 

135 



43 
29 
92 

230 
26 



147 

4 

716 

513 

5 
39 
20 
27 

2 

1 

24 

1,434 

270 

618 

1 
89 
306 
19 
16 



207 
70 

238 
46 
219 

1,272 
39 

17 
28 
23 
5 
64 

16 
54 
15 
245 
3 
10 

2U 
648 

75 

3 

620 



32 

197 

27 

62 



289 
168 
308 
30 
123 

1 
13 
95 
64 

7 



66 
21 
12 

23 
2 
61 
36 
290 

194 

47 

32 

475 

144 



193 
71 
39 

25 

475 

79 

66 

103 



34 
90 
30 
123 

120 
13 

3 
296 

9 

102 
82 
50 
18 
76 



170 

279 

9 

21 

17 

138 

310 

132 
128 

21 
12 
161 
68 



23,392,963 

5,020 

351,473 

774,490 

14,643 

603 

247,969 

313, 691 

115,470 

24,149 



434,408 

1,276,246 

66,386 

96,340 

106,575 

10,000 
1,510 

67, 324 
8,056 
3,230 

1,015 

3,070 

9,429 

1,367,100 

678,870 

196,645 
10,800 
217,093 
1,151,233 
142,491 

53,510 

71,205 

7,815 

1,733,988 

1,111,247 

1,582 
10,720 
55,480 
71,463 

3,375 

2,520 

118,233 

2,670,265 

126, 145 

337, 157 



294,525 
273,910 
40,820 
43,912 

264,374 

7,065 

155 

223,185 

66,162 

501,510 
50,510 

618,175 

2,508,990 

28,232 

11,650 
10,300 
46,895 

70,053 

50,482 
26, 119 
W,795 
729,435 
31,290 
44,627 

424,497 
596,530 
564,600 
1,848 
1,723,464 
49,309 



25,498,475 

3,715 

585,419 

1,010,192 

19,449 

107 

462,052 

499,144 

552,965 

38,227 

500 

274,005 
1,255,940 
74,156 
167,738 
241,873 

5,940 
3,223 
62,493 
8,400 
6,066 

1,133 
4,430 
32,509 

887,730 

94,545 
92,035 
225,810 
721,792 
69,719 

37,130 
303,703 

19,825 
1,571,203 
1,331,539 

7,560 
122,670 

65,207 
111,850 

20,968 

4,600 

127,303 

3,191,940 

460,362 

946,922 

300 

155,765 

538,538 

59,848 

38,541 

290,131 

36,891 

725 

573,169 
77,340 

626,668 
148,010 
631,239 
1,993,076 
154,562 

43,397 
78,860 
96,852 
20,500 
161,296 

94, 252 
175,300 

49,168 
913,591 

27,452 

39,092 

362,984 
634,463 
167,538 
4,372 
1,476,974 
48,392 



2 
36 
39 

17 
1 

12 

113 

22 

33 



177 
101 
100 
20 
45 



17 
2 
30 
13 
154 

34 

34 

11 

331 

142 



3 
192 



210 
4 



100 
19 
5 

143 
43 



22,653,842 

4,900 
345,893 
768,690 

7,608 
130 

243,875 
298,379 
112,945 
17,900 



409,619 

1,259,411 

28,830 

94,200 

97,820 

10,000 
100 

56,440 
3,280 
1,500 

150 

375 

4,420 

1,364,950 

676,820 

193,900 

10,500 

212,900 

1,149,025 

106,735 

35,203 

67,555 

4,313 

1,634,875 

1,109,047 

1,000 

6,900 

34,652 

64,770 

1,200 

230 

71,957 

2,634,485 

112,550 

325,790 



290,100 
266,735 
33,250 
35,230 

243,305 
4,755 

184,915 

65,100 

491,935 
38,600 

605,350 

2,505,665 

17,650 

10,325 
10,200 
30, 240 

48,403 

24,315 
24,579 
12,450 
727,325 
19,010 
19,815 

404,327 
585,950 
561,150 
1,312 
1,710,694 
38,770 



Z Reported in small fractions . 



PUERTO RICO 



103 



Municipio Table 31.-BANANAS AND PLANTAINS-FARMS REPORTING AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



reporting 



1959 1950 



Quantity harvested 
(bunches) 



Quantity sold 



Fauns 
report- 

1959 



Farms 
reporting 



Quantity 
harvested 

1959 
(bunches) 



Quantity sold 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Bunches 
1959 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . , 
Barranqul tas . . 

Bayambn 

Cabo Rojo 

CaguBs 

Camuy 

Carc^lna 

Catai^o 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Comerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Ou^lca 

Guayaaa 

Guayanllla.. .. 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . , 

Hunacao 

Isabels 

Jayuya 

Juana Dtaz 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares , 

Las Marfaa. , , . 
Laa Pledraa. . , 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Maricao 

Maunabo.t 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

PeSuelas 

Ponce 

Quebredlllas. , 

Rlnc6n 

Bfo Grande. . . , 
^Hlo Pledras. . , 

Sabana Grande , 

- Salinas 

^^ San Germ^. . . . 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . , 

San Sebaatl^. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa BajB 

Trujlllo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Ba Ja 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



22,403 

1,028 
308 
179 
378 
294 

281 

59 
92 
583 

349 
115 
736 
298 
138 



537 

58 

538 

272 

229 
267 
256 

1 
10 

31 

2 
217 
147 
301 

163 
164 
63 
350 
225 

519 
64 
70 
32 

885 

569 
396 
103 
94 
130 

416 
131 
653 
243 
265 

213 
241 
936 
500 
233 

547 
123 
124 
121 
127 

63 

23 

438 



518 

S 

23 

3 

173 

1,895 

91 
148 

14 
300 
508 
615 



31,821 

1,355 
645 

193 
581 
453 

487 

788 

73 

159 

743 

405 
141 
537 
355 
210 

1 
809 
136 
663 
480 

335 
394 
651 



106 
3 
222 
187 
375 

232 
265 
82 
304 
374 

553 

148 

105 

57 

1,537 

838 
388 
277 
215 
282 

487 
274 

745 
677 
582 

301 
370 
1,143 
576 
299 

663 
179 
2S4 
293 
248 

112 
40 
509 

942 

858 

2 

128 

23 

206 

2,316 

264 
269 
20 
407 
671 
749 



34,366 

3,730 

216 

52 

368 

415 

304 
434 
43 
65 
894 

267 

52 

577 

212 

52 



1,096 

40 

1,058 

324 

8(K 
275 
259 
(Z) 
3 

30 
(Z) 
533 
369 
242 

79 
34 
65 

134 
152 

1,510 

271 

26 

12 

2,471 

979 

178 

179 

57 

65 

1,U5 
166 

1,022 
165 
158 

185 

222 

2,223 

575 
345 

1,606 

90 

59 

162 

82 

165 

35 

447 

430 

559 

15 

25 

7 

94 

2,910 

64 

109 

9 

593 

355 

1,378 



44,241 

3,908 

260 

75 

490 

807 

581 
690 
66 
74 
977 

236 
59 
544 
202 
81 

(Z) 

1,186 

71 

1,374 

309 

788 
373 
705 



73 

2 

339 

460 

212 

93 
183 
34 
98 
223 

1,558 

336 

38 

13 

3,821 

2,062 
141 
393 
91 
226 

2,152 
148 
832 
400 
557 

190 
295 
2,534 
493 
950 

2,1J2 

104 

85 

288 

138 

153 
41 
414 

653 

783 
1 
67 
30 
94 
3,607 

128 
146 
17 
821 
314 
1,418 



13,807,706 

1,645,520 
42,417 
13,560 
147,398 
227,379 

106,492 

103,267 

21,005 

24,058 

473,857 

136,188 
19,929 
249,000 
105,180 
11,335 



430,795 
20,107 
545,345 
163,216 

249,835 

147,722 

117,750 

75 

623 

15,092 

20 

250,340 

127,300 

70,437 

31,499 
22,535 
7,614 
40,169 
38,575 

609,138 

124,362 

6,451 

2,021 

1,247,664 

379,546 
46,935 
78,120 
20,262 
27,039 

342,730 
52,348 

293,879 
74,105 
67,578 

83,431 

114,934 

1,073,925 

209,346 

163,390 

731,038 

13,409 

9,951 

69,955 

33,092 

54,999 

7,570 

121,836 

173,899 

164,692 

2,875 

6,580 

1,440 

24,298 

986,732 

9,202 
31,499 

2,870 
173,273 
135,774 
429,834 



12,032,378 

1,423,981 

70,936 

16,526 

191,624 

246,558 

112,494 

230,955 

14,022 

18,408 

321,313 

71,557 
14,264 
122,232 
58,825 
22,026 

60 
346,800 

29,382 
449,558 

71,272 

174,844 
150,614 
219,087 

3,431 

12,659 
1,038 
75,805 
122,779 
63,614 

18,392 
48,663 
5,649 
28,983 
63,593 

553,845 

54,019 

9,860 

3,426 

632,295 

614,661 
43,350 
73,998 
25,828 
69,577 

487,053 
47,911 
223,271 
125,982 
176,088 

45,316 
87,315 
934,930 
162,407 
235,374 

319,759 
27,342 
20,553 
51,867 
43,368 

33,026 

8,862 

83,481 

148,280 

186,449 

42 

20,195 

6,751 

28,749 

1,017,505 

25,603 
58,563 
8,010 

192,582 
62,101 

260,340 



14,977 

926 
134 
41 
286 
137 

166 
226 
40 
45 
531 

232 

53 

486 

132 

22 



406 

28 

386 

152 

184 
185 
212 

1 
2 



169 
86 
174 

74 
48 
29 
206 
138 

421 

37 

30 

5 

723 

511 

189 

100 

51 

65 

274 
97 
322 
151 
122 

151 
168 
908 
289 
183 

416 
45 

40 
85 
60 

37 

n 

245 



185 

3 

17 



62 
1,339 



5 
194 
376 
418 



11,533,537 

1,539,208 

24,333 

5,916 

114,757 

176,497 

65,635 
72,573 
12,535 
16,555 
376,380 

100,272 
11,588 

168,952 
67,665 
5,275 



339,062 

12,425 

482,795 

U5,842 

230,655 

99,252 

100,585 

60 

200 

10,847 

217,947 
105,955 
42,476 

18,024 
12,436 
4,429 
24,622 
23,138 

553,207 

120,600 

3,735 

875 

1,201,224 

335,600 
23,590 
75,800 
U,917 
17,353 

317,158 
34,623 

255,570 
43,930 
47,263 

62,944 
93,640 
337,304 
147,050 
Ul,962 

633,329 

7,201 

4,295 

52,660 

18,615 

50,705 

5,235 

93,371 

105,554 

117,995 

2,650 

4,505 

565 

14,548 

758,492 

5,592 

17,206 

2,230 

145,387 

95,621 

346,535 



6,292,442 

932,794 

22,935 

6,524 

56,858 

133,502 

52,469 

105,675 

2,354 

4,499 

204,771 

21,414 
4,125 
35,582 
24,293 
4,121 



150,037 

7,979 

160,810 

18,798 

109,748 

57,491 

144,227 



6,312 

37,272 
63,592 
24,698 

3,942 
15,830 
725 
13,124 
33, U6 

284,839 

30,569 

1,775 

1,164 

384,472 

296,823 

17,310 

41,455 

9,486 

32,034 

359,670 
16,459 

108,645 
49,371 
46,853 

18,552 
36,501 

579,330 
89,418 

161,086 

206,910 

6,041 

5,695 

25,997 

24,954 

3,715 

1,075 

43,923 

35,025 

109,530 

6,202 

3,820 

6,709 

411,463 

6,371 
13,375 
6,180 
122,000 
19,669 
151,829 



233 
102 
58 
378 
111 

105 
251 
12 
93 
569 



675 
119 
80 



203 

39 

306 

289 

51 

280 

649 

1 

16 



105 

5 

362 

136 

81 

2 

266 

145 

86 
13 

149 
6 

142 

234 

419 

32 

96 

146 

20 
107 
102 
292 
357 

149 
476 
516 
193 
6 

63 
83 
10 
129 
237 

1 

1 

49 



478 
6 
157 
30 
188 
956 

100 

140 

16 

25 

469 

16 



236 
142 
60 
460 
137 

144 
487 
21 
138 
553 

471 
19 
529 
274 
146 

2 

287 

89 

365 

410 

69 
316 
726 



209 
149 
24 
300 
243 

81 
39 

137 

7 

236 

253 
364 
88 
172 
223 

19 
134 

76 
528 
366 

187 
521 
432 
205 
19 

46 
111 

17 
128 
366 

6 
2 
63 

830 

699 
2 
244 
33 
153 
1,270 

174 
263 
15 
64 
559 
19 



331 
43 
34 
473 
170 

86 

172 

8 

71 

1,189 

543 
13 

665 
49 
42 



223 
23 

403 
271 

122 

344 

1,412 

1 
17 



17 



69 

45 

1 

124 

65 

115 
15 
79 



353 
276 
69 
52 
150 

22 

67 
135 
286 
526 

83 
891 
612 
146 

13 

108 
45 
11 
190 
572 

(Z) 
1 
32 



402 
13 

377 
50 

152 

893 

61 

171 

8 

22 
360 



299 

35 

22 

413 

136 

123 

271 

9 

84 

915 

493 

10 

535 

U3 

93 

1 
223 
43 
354 
299 

81 

276 

1,350 



34 
(Z) 
25 
14 
493 

86 
91 
3 
127 
97 

61 

20 

47 

2 

152 

214 
137 
50 
82 
161 

10 

53 

31 

267 

428 

97 
864 
792 
136 

52 

66 

40 

17 

71 

472 

2 

1 
29 

417 

486 

2 

388 

38 

82 

1,113 

91 

150 
6 

40 
187 

10 



95,435 
14,309 
11,643 
203,172 
31,260 

30,787 
49,483 
4,590 
25,950 
509,753 

279,913 
3,035 

282,024 
25,161 
7,388 



95,869 

9,780 

192,831 

138,202 

34,760 

169,778 

670,762 

300 

7,557 

9,542 

92,942 

805 

283,717 

27,560 
17,111 
275 
42,312 
17,171 

35,905 

3,125 

35,352 

860 

73,232 

143,971 
98,070 
14,120 
17,332 
49,815 

8,840 

31,439 

52,511 

110, U4 

258,312 

33,022 
461,993 
309,275 

58,252 
6,500 

47,821 

16,023 

4,881 

97,038 

264,609 

25 

30 

10,029 

241,519 

140,250 
2,802 

116,225 
12,020 
32,431 

333,614 

14,862 
65,297 
1,968 
4,455 
136,393 
1,834 



159 
45 
18 

318 
71 

59 
120 
10 
50 
549 

350 
3 

478 
57 
18 



130 

18 

216 

169 

36 
200 
626 

1 



36 

1 

299 



175 
78 

50 

5 

77 

3 

101 

196 
272 
3\ 
51 
89 

13 

69 

52 

224 

275 

95 
448 
436 

94 
5 

39 
31 
5 
96 
186 



15 
604 

272 
3 

145 
19 
92 

663 

39 
99 

6 

13 

379 



79,888 

8,123 

5,686 

169,860 

65,352 

22,890 

35,315 

3,625 

17,745 

425,520 

229,513 

1,345 

210,357 

16,677 

4,238 



71,370 

5,888 

155,440 

97,895 

30,180 

125,945 

635,589 

200 

6,632 

6,224 

81,910 

200 

238,826 

14,200 
12,040 

29,423 
11,200 

29,145 
2,000 
24,970 
550 
61,750 

130,372 
60,304 
10,770 
10,090 
39,555 

7,500 

20,026 

47,383 

80,152 

223,686 

20,625 
409,113 
226,183 

37,937 
4,600 

44,561 
13,145 
4,175 
74,949 
229,795 



6,833 
160,159 

107,748 
2,675 

100,575 
8,960 
20,683 

253,720 

9,260 
51,898 
1,395 
2,928 
101,159 
765 



Z Reported in """n fractions . 



104 
Municipio Table : 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 

-GRAPEFRUIT-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 
HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



F&rms 
reporting 



Bearing -trees 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity harvested 



Farms 

re- 
port- 

1959 



Number of fruits 



Quantity sold 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of fruits 



Puerto Rico . . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

ABasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta . . . 
Barranqultas . , 

Baysm6n 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Canruy 

Carolina 

Cataiio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccnerio 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Guiles 

Guayama 

GuayanillB . , . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroa . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. . . 

Juncoa 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marias . . , . 
Las Pledras . . 

Loiza 

LuqullXo 

Manati 

Maricao. ., 

Maunabo . t 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Mororis 

Naguabo 

NaranJIto 

Orocovls 

PatUlas 

Pe^elas 

Ponce 

Quebredillaa. 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande ... 
Jlf o Pledraa . . 

Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

San Germl^n. . . 

"San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Tea Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . . . 
Vega Ba Ja . . . . 

Vieques 

Villalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



8,756 



60 
158 
96 

49 

249 

3 

87 
209 

307 
83 

586 
30 



276 

58 

296 

109 

23 

U, 
121 



68 
43 
326 

252 
82 
30 

331 
38 



18 

189 

16 

160 

53 

395 

11 

70 

204 



87 

18 

265 

76 

53 

489 

127 

20 

143 
99 
18 
17 
85 



26 

25 
119 
855 

102 
124 
1 
19 
52 
29 



35 

60 

106 

20O 

143 

63 
366 

8 
114 
138 

168 
55 
228 
162 
114 

2 

296 

43 

58 

236 



85 
147 



12 

2 

46 

28 

250 

152 
170 
21 
165 
105 

39 
42 

151 
23 

322 

62 

174 
82 



12 
40 
82 
73 
144 

54 
177 
119 
147 

32 

73 
95 
33 
61 
145 



246 
1 

106 
44 
98 

423 

35 

142 

3 

35 
228 

62 



7,981 



52 
54 
151 
96 



247 

3 

80 

206 

286 
50 

513 
27 
89 



256 

45 
285 
105 

22 
43 
107 

24 

13 

65 

34 

296 

233 
78 
30 

304 
36 

43 

16 

168 

14 
154 

48 

326 

11 



5 
2 

75 

18 

257 

59 

i9- 

427 

118 

20 

119 
96 
14 
17 
70 

5 

4 
57 



25 
102 
786 

94 
118 



126,349 

1,217 

4,088 

155 

737 

616 

2,631 

16,364 

14 

1,103 

823 

8,441 
175 

2,921 
216 
428 



1,593 

145 

1,860 

4,649 

74 
293 
812 

1,713 

91 

2,166 

583 

2,017 

1,171 
551 
169 

1,442 
228 

899 
5,432 

982 

64 

2,079 

1,563 

1,024 

199 

401 

6,335 

1,195 

26 

1,438 

223 

1,374 

346 

356 

3,371 

1,047 

939 

2,503 

725 

52 

134 

793 

48 
16 

280 

1,103 

1,107 

4,675 

8,878 

759 

3,905 

1,790 
9,438 

347 
401 
616 



1,112 

3,403 

865 

803 

614 

4,536 

22,938 

78 

3,007 

641 

17,026 

219 

1,620 

566 

561 

16 
1,308 

70 
2,193 
4,391 

29 
431 
506 

8,209 

125 

11 

316 

962 

2,600 

615 
807 
85 
897 

473 

2,227 

1,806 

4S2 

94 

2,010 

938 
301 
440 
137 
2,202 

2,970 

154 

2,766 

1,016 

657 

240 
513 
975 
722 
258 

2,438 
542 

1,631 
270 

2,518 



38 
489 

1,207 

1,815 
60 
6,281 
14,965 
1,295 
3,811 

4,002 

15,582 

2 

243 

544 

434 



2,203 

3 
9 

20 
21 
37 

9 
92 
1 
9 
7 

73 
47 
163 



88 
34 
109 



24 

132 

5 

21 

51 



146 
33 
3 

38 
21 



5 

3 

42 

107 

22 

50 
1 
9 

18 

8 



46 
171 

47 
123 
242 

38 
918 



706 
203 
686 
407 
144 



802 

59 

699 

352 

60 
150 

280 



99 
87 
581 

500 
82 

300 
112 

92 
150 
179 

11 
203 

442 
462 
34 
226 
611 



10 
144 

37 
414 

140 
126 
766 
350 
11 

253 

143 

13 



2 

6 
361 



413 
187 
276 
534 

277 

734 

18 

58 

233 

60 



37, 522 

1,223 
916 

601 
471 
576 

270 
1,922 

15 
445 
243 

1,771 
628 
831 
216 
136 



1,001 
46 
927 

521 

3 
215 
876 



117 
236 
926 

585 
225 

19 
404 

196 

11 

1A5 

279 

5 

1,048 

213 
208 
98 
268 
275 

152 

74 

242 

206 

356 

125 
516 
490 
643 
109 

1,097 

95 

32 

209 

3,y?2 

4 
31 
32 

1,074 

515 

2,921 

358 

1,534 

1,320 

374 
588 
6 
119 
329 
115 



12 
59 
1 
30 
18 

82 

12 

122 

13 
15 



15 
18 
104 
33 

15 

32 
23 
4 
4 
30 

2 

1 
19 



12 
25 
24 
118 

17 
63 
1 
13 
31 
19 



1,922 



(Z) 
9 



44 
226 

(Z) 

11 



128 
2 
36 

7 



27 
2 

39 

7 
53 

14 
10 
(Z) 
18 
4 

13 
100 
10 

(z) 



6 
9 

U6 



7 
28 

21 
14 

40 
7 
2 
1 

48 

(Z) 

(Z) 

7 



146 
11 
48 

12 
124 



30 
59 

20 

10 
12 

76 
398 

1 
48 
10 

284 

2 

24 

5 



(Z) 
26 
1 
49 
65 

(Z) 
10 
11 



6 
CZ) 



(Z) 

13 

5 

35 
29 

9 

1 
35 

13 
2 

10 
3 

33 

40 

3 

39 

19 



5 

25 

5 

112 



(Z) 
1 
5 



136 

233 

22 

49 

54 
210 

5 
10 
6 



7,271 

35 
40 
54 
144 
73 

42 

161 

2 

76 

205 

273 
48 

509 
26 
76 



243 

47 

252 

57 

23 
43 
107 



36 
273 

217 
73 
30 

262 
34 

42 
18 
161 

7 
104 

48 

X7 

9 

55 

172 

5 

3 

65 

11 

185 

59 

27 

425 

106 
20 

115 
90 
16 
16 
64 

5 

1 
45 



25 

25 

89 

761 

75 
110 

17 
45 



168,890 

515,965 

13,205 

81,868 

30,797 

219,495 

1,656,235 

2,100 

154,405 

112,435 

910,343 
15,166 

294,848 
17,535 
32,240 



117,142 

17,220 

229,570 

474,600 

10,162 
31,075 
69,597 



8,600 

127,734 

51, 145 

233,880 

104,311 
67,475 
17,390 

142,782 
22,642 

45,000 
78,445 
96,205 
3,750 
160,020 

132,900 
111,855 
14,000 
42,641 
603, 102 

157,500 

1,200 

105,884 

12,670 

137,542 

28,730 
38, 152 
433,367 
129,139 
71, 170 

192,511 
67,480 
7,266 
17,840 
89,844 

5,445 
1,000 
18,210 

103,099 

134,320 

472,700 
882,350 
63,752 
501,148 

154,417 
1,213,209 

36,550 
36,480 
66,855 



14,149,961 

114,900 

335,373 

38,665 

79,671 

52,055 

145,834 

2,164,759 

4,000 

289,082 

37,456 

1,093,413 

14,410 

111,341 

62,719 

32,633 

660 

122,816 

4,938 

104,900 

423,087 

2,070 
44,537 
61,409 

353,695 

11,695 

550 

24,895 

94, 380 

178,410 

45,914 
83,981 
4,685 
101,958 
45,988 

218,225 

124,385 

34,904 

6,343 

231,865 

127,941 

27,079 

31,129 

8,U7 

90,186 

256,700 
13,184 

404,875 
74,540 
77,172 

31,867 
75,046 
116,220 
55,954 
18,701 

158,765 
33,796 

129,585 
41,102 

177,933 

3,234 

3,520 

47,457 

101,334 

187,804 

4,000 

780, 514 

1,201,937 

87,488 

303,515 

703, 519 

1,749,517 

100 

24,708 

60,970 

37,701 



4,952 

31 

8 

9 

111 

47 



59 

123 

208 
24 
325 

21 

47 



153 

9 

195 

53 

9 
21 
59 



45 
25 
175 

152 
69 
22 

185 

31 

33 

17 

123 

6 

74 

38 

175 

9 

33 
124 



2 

37 

6 

152 

48 
23 
346 

58 
13 



100 

115 

24 
25 
50 

500 

53 

87 

17 
43 
19 



11,265,212 

164,240 

5U,250 

4,200 

53,073 

21,000 

205,550 

1,606,020 

1,500 

105,200 

77,140 

865,299 
6,200 

213,450 
14,900 
24,025 



83,830 

6,400 

181,755 

460,750 

6,950 
20,325 
55,530 

85,550 

5,000 

107,435 
46, MO 
183,625 

74,355 
49,335 
3,150 
100,410 
17,967 

33,200 
73,720 
78,005 
2,850 
128,360 

120,610 
76, 7X 
13,900 
30,885 

579,275 

157,200 

700 

96,900 

9,103 

111,550 

21,725 
29,952 
376,057 
117,050 
68,350 

172,295 

49,750 

5,425 

15,090 

71,850 

5,300 

500 

12,360 

81,010 

104,554 

470,700 

877,700 

52,915 

397,700 

147,090 
1,174,513 

32,250 
30,380 
60,250 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



105 



Municipio Table 33.-ORANGES-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES. AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Munlclplo 



Farms 
reporting 



BearlTig trees 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Treea not bearing 



port- 
ing, 

1959 



Farms 
re- 
port- 
ing, 
1959 



^iBntity harvested 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Wumber of fruits 



Quantity sold 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of frulte 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. ... 
Aguas Buenas , 
Albonlto 

Aflasco 

Arecibc 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas. 

Bayam6n 

Cabo Rojo. ... 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Catano 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Ctdra 

Coajno 

Ccmerlo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gudnlca 

Guayaioa 

Ouayanllla 

Guaynabo 

Ourabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroo . . 

Humacao 

Isabels 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Juncoa 

La Jas 

Lares 

Las MariaB. , . 
Las Piedras. . 

Lofza 

Luquillo 

Manati 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.f .... 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradillaa. . 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande. . . , 

/Rf o Piedras . . , 
Sabana Grande. 
L Salinas 
San Germ^. .. . 
San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastian. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJIllo Alto. 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Baja 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoe 

yauco 



729 
117 
67 
313 
270 

121 
455 
38 
124 
514 

388 

161 
588 

137 
104 



483 

50 

661 

165 

165 
94 
267 



198 
160 
369 

246 
143 

68 
324 

95 

297 
47 

183 
38 

929 

573 
462 

44 

59 

227 

217 
11 
530 
140 
369 

89 
168 
920 
386 
238 

528 
151 
32 
35 
81 

19 

13 

428 



643 

4 

27 

7 

118 

1,965 

112 

113 

1 

206 



667 
478 
110 
445 
416 

350 
743 
57 
160 
511 

299 
126 
259 
325 
110 

1 
621 
45 
328 
371 

280 
155 
438 

28 

18 

206 
204 
362 

181 
363 
75 
182 
282 

246 

111 

185 

74 

1,303 

734 
260 
174 
61 
214 

284 
109 
642 
597 
381 

68 
447 
368 
489 
322 

591 
213 
82 
112 
133 

75 
22 
534 

895 

1,094 

3 

173 

23 

135 

1,993 

177 
186 
2 
235 
372 
568 



715 
115 
54 
303 
262 

114 
429 
35 
113 
500 

369 
123 
508 
129 
93 



449 
40 
654 
160 

159 
91 
256 



188 
157 
339 

229 
138 

68 
299 

88 

283 
45 

160 
38 

917 

562 
417 
41 
36 
214 

215 
9 
502 
133 
366 

72 
163 
890 
375 
235 

508 

140 

29 

32 

61 

18 
17 
417 



622 
2 
26 
7 
97 
1,826 

99 
106 



204 
82 
361 



141,584 

4,003 

215 

4,997 

11,601 

17,373 

10,232 

949 

3,097 

12,845 

5,231 
1,145 
4,644 
3,799 
343 



15,009 

108 

31,450 

6,529 

21,268 
2,780 
4,069 



14,302 
10,246 
3,976 

1,613 
3,299 
1,183 
1,342 
3,552 

23,679 
22,954 
1,064 
1,030 
125,323 

51,388 
1,753 
3,482 
1,074 
1,971 

60,722 
248 

46,156 
9,041 
5,762 

675 

3,485 

24,194 

17,087 

20,889 

63,803 

5,271 

376 

750 

760 

5,366 

767 

13,803 

4,273 

43,696 

22 

2,969 

2,510 

928 

64,095 

1,181 
2,458 

13,652 
1,633 
42,569 



139,206 

4,186 

420 

6,089 

16,494 

21,698 
17,392 
1,982 
2,889 
12,165 

5,059 

954 

2,534 

5,383 

314 

15 

W,943 

225 

29,298 

7,279 

11,004 
2,229 
5,337 



6,728 

17,574 

3,862 

862 

4,619 

927 

788 

5,958 

32,707 

17,973 

892 

566 

131,488 

82,280 

1,329 

6,000 

368 

2,359 

68,004 

1,090 

75,358 

18,858 

8,974 

151 

3,999 

13,918 

14,292 

41,411 

68,641 

5,988 

948 

675 

929 

6,486 

500 

22,623 

6,082 

75,298 

58 

1,401 

2,291 

486 

74,298 

2,373 

2,374 

5 

10,922 
1,720 

49,282 



239 
23 
30 

27 
93 

33 
179 
18 

5 



122 
65 

181 
55 
23 



187 
38 

172 



29 
51 
67 

57 
31 
3 
52 
30 

61 
6 

53 

5 

410 

260 

141 

13 

21 

60 

85 

7 

106 

37 

95 

25 

63 

283 

192 

116 

209 

31 

10 

6 



2 
54 
216 

31 
54 
1 

100 
22 

171 



198,975 

26,442 

480 

117 

482 

3,288 

1,110 

3,054 

508 

474 

595 

1,825 

505 

1,121 

1,529 

170 



5,821 

64 

4,410 

148 

1,159 
1,157 
1,394 



1,957 

1,903 

958 

308 

467 

97 

275 

1,513 

1,544 

366 

284 

85 

23,888 

14,369 

592 

1,012 

144 
507 

12,343 

157 

5,269 

1,699 

483 

145 

928 

5,877 

3,442 

6,570 

24,557 

1,050 

32 

1,391 

726 



180 
2,128 

1,787 

5,239 

41 

435 

70 

639 

4,235 

538 

556 

5 

2,037 
436 

9,649 



358,443 

52,457 

1,515 

219 

1,488 



3,292 

6,403 

864 

884 

5,026 

1,052 
263 
749 

1,952 
214 



4,435 

78 

8,519 

2,194 

6,049 
593 

2,471 



2,415 
3,444 
1,548 

342 

1,638 

382 

339 

1,340 

6,793 

7,551 

492 

601 

30,751 

28,764 
352 
561 
255 
624 

19,440 
452 

12,618 
3,175 
2,274 

73 
1,753 
7,213 
4,242 
7,730 

24,822 

499 

231 

467 

1,131 

12,418 

94 

6,012 

2,706 

12,324 

565 

172 

188 

26,801 

537 

573 

12 

4,908 
776 

9,885 



669 
50 
7 
205 
172 

70 

297 

28 

66 

273 

168 
55 
177 
108 
12 



270 

2 

516 

104 

135 
63 
106 

3 

10 

154 
127 
100 

35 
71 
24 
57 
59 

273 
46 
27 
17 

787 

530 
49 
40 
23 

70 

216 
U 
438 
107 
162 

21 
U7 
557 
265 
223 

439 
78 
13 
21 

38 

16 
13 
297 

240 

428 
1 
14 
7 
21 
1,216 

51 
75 
1 

186 
73 

310 



(Z) 

56 

153 

182 
129 
16 
31 
127 

59 
14 
51 
60 



194 

1 

353 

75 

228 

48 
53 

(Z) 

1 

198 

126 

51 

U 
34 
11 

53 

271 

299 

8 

11 

1,564 

702 
13 
49 
12 
20 

716 

7 

486 

131 

60 

6 

41 
283 
208 
308 

825 

63 

3 

22 

21 



9 

210 



502 

1 

37 

27 

12 

683 

22 
34 
(Z) 
188 
22 
599 



15,532 

1,677 

41 

3 

72 

225 

259 

231 
28 
41 

185 

81 
U 
36 
78 



(Z) 

206 

2 

393 

87 

197 
30 
50 



92 

273 
48 

7 
51 
U 

8 
87 

387 

303 

13 

11 

1,775 

1,330 

11 

83 

6 

28 

830 
18 
842 
a7 
105 

1 
43 
210 
185 
523 

1,556 
60 

14 



198 

6 

301 

68 

854 

1 

18 

31 

5 

1,047 

26 

31 

(Z) 

180 

18 

628 



690 
102 
54 
304 
242 

HI 

393 

35 

115 
513 

357 
124 
521 
131 



446 
41 
649 
U5 

163 
92 

257 



185 
155 
328 

211 
129 
56 

227 
90 

281 
47 

154 
30 

883 

554 
393 
41 
51 
196 

217 
11 
4% 
HI 
303 

75 
123 
892 
364 
233 

507 

145 

28 

31 

54 



14 
383 



624 

1 
24 

7 

78 

1,877 

86 

103 

205 
83 
365 



159,444,312 

17,714,530 

569,998 

30,047 

720,865 

1,168,020 

3,613,905 

1,592,240 

131,510 

558,400 

2,739,660 

1,111,424 

265,850 

747,735 

831,175 

36,785 



2,463,504 

10,475 

4,557,797 

858,016 

2,289,660 
380,670 
503,158 

1,665 



2,420,920 

1,533,600 

514,435 

184,400 
684,275 
128,618 
170,040 
447,450 

3,172,860 

2,303,800 

112,480 

128,380 

28,902,270 

5,517,925 
247,723 
290,900 
130,225 
301,225 

8,178,975 
29,800 
5,108,670 
1,774,855 
1,207,780 

82,870 

475,743 

4,952,085 

2,077,815 

2,451,970 

9,803,851 
568,975 
67,730 
112,760 
159,266 

807,420 

54,900 

1,602,890 

766,815 

8,727,585 

3,000 

344,200 

256,688 

63,450 

10,892,857 

142,520 
253,311 

1,563,555 

179,645 

6,521,655 



178,934,691 

19,593,040 

742,015 

43,440 

954,950 

1,858,146 

3,924,170 

2,384,901 

205,300 

412,205 

1,616,460 

852,865 

101,930 

280,201 

1,181,950 

24,880 

3,000 

2,020,286 

23,895 

3,856,200 

805,154 

1,237,300 

299,225 

1,055,101 



1,186,655 

2,040,005 

393,612 

92,486 
995,670 
101,631 

89,885 
744,471 

4,554,760 

2,340,200 

90,606 

56,695 

24,346,435 

12,325,139 
181,038 
694,372 
47,046 
310,355 

10,914,520 

128,447 

9,382,832 

2,359,120 

1,367,405 

23,058 

581,063 

2,446,255 

2,683,695 

3,758,075 

11,394,898 

726,305 

174,380 

119,316 

74,525 

1,165,515 

59,500 

2,657,711 

1,030,987 

12,793,420 

9,400 

300,137 

277,986 

33,355 

U, 658, 318 

226,436 

276,248 

400 

1,441,830 
196,403 

6,420,441 



10,597 

623 
33 
8 
153 
128 

40 

279 
21 
85 

281 

201 
49 
185 
104 
5 



251 

1 

502 

78 

135 

55 

109 



144 
124 
108 

21 
86 
32 
87 
78 

219 
39 
34 
13 

748 

476 
57 
39 
26 
85 

193 

11 

326 

79 

152 



76 
502 
250 
199 



15 

14 
16 

16 

10 

231 

187 

380 

1 

23 

6 

9 

1,034 

49 



159 
61 
291 



146,191,977 

16,892,250 

520,450 

U,100 

439,965 

945,775 

3,516,900 

1,170,450 

94,000 

485,350 

2,253,350 

841,500 
150,200 
358,385 
744,100 
1,450 



2,059,515 

450 

4,128,150 

757,316 

2,198,125 
315,700 
359,370 



2,342,050 

1,423,075 

400,350 

98,050 
603,525 
86,100 
88,000 
403,500 

2,973,820 

2,280,000 

43,100 

106,800 

28,532,970 

5,200,798 
66,300 

276,200 
95,055 

191,400 

8,052,200 

24,050 

4,789,620 

1,621,500 

976,795 

41,800 

354,904 

4,050,935 

1,890,450 

2,332,550 

9,478,924 

465,660 

47,300 

89,300 

122,250 

802,025 

43,400 

1,286,215 

508,000 

7,937,310 

2,000 

336,400 

263,000 

37,630 

9,182,410 

103,680 
178,400 

1,392,135 

112,825 

6,192,055 



131,914,266 

16,448,050 

233,750 

10,715 

305,775 

1,023,895 

2,840,570 

1,429,579 

Ul,800 

223,300 

702,850 

527,500 
20,100 
98,800 

778,000 
3,800 



955,440 

1,850 

2,202,350 

395,675 

1,0U,100 
184,775 
483,750 

11,350 

3,325 

1,054,650 

1,584,300 

149,000 

21,490 
584,125 
21,445 
40,510 
514,300 

2,860,050 

2,260,500 

13,370 

45,050 

20,818,895 

10,924,960 

55,510 

415,500 

5,450 

198,450 

8,710,420 

68,240 

8,089,065 

1,174,850 

467,950 

9,435 

134,570 

1,035,550 

2,018,885 

2,547,636 

9,134,400 

498,950 

75,400 

74,075 

11,180 

579,000 

4,700 

2,115,580 

267,680 

10,855,985 

100,100 

245,000 

4,325 

5,225,206 

118,800 

170,279 

400 

806,530 

39,970 

5,747,141 



Z Reported in amall fractions. 



106 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 34.-LIMES-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD. 1959 AND 1949 



MunlclplD 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla . . . . 
A^as Buenas , 
Albonlto 

ASasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 

BarranqultaB. 

Bayamon 

Cabo Rojo. , , . 

Ca^as 

Canuy 

Carolina 

Cataiio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coejno 

Comerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Cu^lca 

Guayama 

Guayanllla. ,. 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . 

Hujnacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz . . . 

Jujicos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marfan. .. 
Las Pledraa . , 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlcao 

Maunabo.i . . . . 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradlllas . 

Rincdn 

Rf o Grande . . . 
_|Rfo Piedras.. 

/ Sabana Grande 

^C^ I Salinas 

V ,San Germ^. . . 

ciSan Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebasti^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. ... 
Vega BaJa. ... 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



Farms 
reporting 



10 
61 
47 
87 

51 

31 

112 

4 

9 

61 

179 
108 
231 
20 
72 



135 
15 
99 

33 



49 

24 
207 



15 
124 
21 



10 
166 

5 



15 
132 

43 
24 
175 
74 
7 

106 
59 



125 
374 



10 

54 

111 

130 

149 

49 

200 

8 

37 

96 

105 
59 

149 
98 
87 

1 

243 

29 

27 

115 

50 
38 
124 



1 
50 

17 
177 

95 
119 
27 
95 
94 



56 
102 
71 



47 
U9 
33 
94 
36 

72 
90 
22 

67 
111 

25 
3 



122 
207 

92 

92 

1 

63 

117 

83 



Bearing trees 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



164 
87 

194 



119 
13 
91 

31 

10 
6 
61 

3 



39 
20 

191 

74 
12 
14 
110 
20 

38 
2 
37 
15 
75 

6 
135 

5 
40 
47 



14 
129 



22 

148 

67 



242 

227 

60 

242 

114 

672 
611 
16 
117 
255 

407 
320 
891 
66 
155 



474 

28 

330 

488 

49 

27 
111 

73 
13 



776 
125 
588 

273 
47 
44 

254 
70 

169 

57 
113 

31 
775 

25 
232 

59 
145 
145 



300 
30 
612 

91 
149 
414 
173 

84 

845 
459 
32 
196 
276 

23 

32 

195 



381 

7 
566 
860 
410 
807 

203 
599 



350 
101 
204 
292 

251 

125 

2,054 

69 

271 

220 

363 
146 
M5 
205 
171 



1,236 

50 

175 

293 

1,375 
87 
197 

2,141 

86 

1 

208 

107 

1,312 

251 
304 
66 
212 
210 

142 
169 
136 
111 
456 

156 
201 
203 
228 
499 

86 

64 

704 



129 
225 
74 
278 
156 

866 
690 
90 
137 
392 

100 

36 

155 

560 

1,015 

33 

162 

1,223 
110 
562 

292 

608 

2 

302 
204 
167 



Trees not bearing 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



100 
10 

221 
33 
54 

23 
1,214 

100 
2 

132 
57 

175 

5 

10 



177 
6 
84 



484 
22 
168 



10 

3 

266 

112 
57 
15 



26 

5 

208 

11 

5 

93 

39 



72 
209 



70 
7 
3 

164 
181 

34 

109 

9 

23 



263 

45 

61 

50 

113 

11 
250 

10 
157 
107 

83 

9 

152 

55 

70 

3 

521 

39 

12 

115 

70 
51 
37 



21 

1 

390 

26 

212 



69 

5 

103 

62 



40 

57 

16 

189 

U4 
29 
31 
73 
56 

20 
3 
271 
29 
20 

16 
55 
24 



582 
63 

18 
31 

290 



40 
103 
103 
129 

150 
320 

57 
44 
58 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



1 

(Z) 



3 

1 

7 

1 

(Z) 



(Z) 
(z) 
(z) 



(z) 

21 
1 
1 

1 

(z) 
(z) 

2 

(Z) 

2 
1 

(Z) 



1 

(z) 

2 

1 

(Z) 



(z) 



(z) 
1 



(z) 



3 

(2) 

6 

9 



5 

(Z) 

1 

2 

(Z) 

1 
19 
1 
6 
1 

5 

1 
6 
1 



12 
(Z) 



(Z) 
1 
1 



1 
5 

(Z) 



1 
(Z) 

1 



1 

(Z) 

(z) 



(Z) 



(z) 



Quantity harvested 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



3,270 



141 
82 

189 
16 
54 



114 
13 
73 
13 

11 
6 

58 
3 



38 
20 

173 

64 
7 
15 
84 
17 

36 

2 
37 



6 

124 

5 

33 

40 



54 

7 

69 

37 

7 

137 

44 



Number of frxiits 



110 

2 

8 

4 

100 

303 

50 
50 

1 
20 

9 
37 



3,672,881 

14,450 
32,725 
20,775 
40,896 
7,889 

172,934 

101,820 

2,000 

10,600 

58,745 

100,009 
87,665 

169,463 
24,580 
18,540 



72,640 

2,095 

27,709 

91,920 

10,050 
3,600 

22,525 

4,100 

725 

3,425 

135,925 

20,812 

134,126 

48,820 
3,500 

14,800 
30,770 
23,800 

49,100 
7,600 

19,630 

5,225 

169,135 

2,200 
32,901 

6,100 
14,493 
25,925 



53,069 
1,990 
65,010 

20,700 
25,450 
64,025 
37,790 
49,400 

116,888 

123,954 

6,300 

39,150 

50,246 

3,400 

3,700 

10,485 

17, 662 

62,548 
1,700 

63,100 
536,000 

69,145 
155,186 

23,930 
111,665 
100 
53,000 
24,500 
31,046 



5,438,464 

41,400 
38,350 
58,446 
56,813 
33,113 

31,325 
253,012 
16,200 
49,925 
21,303 

86,235 
37,515 
73,850 
65,495 
38,922 

1,500 

188,069 

8,940 

24,550 

41,017 

233,790 
11,472 
78,521 

490,680 

15,720 

400 

79,386 

33,600 

190,294 

35,676 
51,098 
24,125 
32,600 
86,195 

47,850 
62,710 
14,394 
72,670 
121,500 

24,735 
33,236 
59,025 
146,035 
40,545 

15, XO 
13,735 
117,534 
19,051 
60,498 

42,194 

51,119 

8,885 

125,743 

78,150 

160,499 
78,920 
22,700 
38,297 
59,492 

13,750 
17,500 
28,905 

80,231 

152,025 
22,300 
44,090 

611,723 
19,223 
80,127 

63,120 
89,940 
50 
80,430 
40,818 
39,823 



.Quantity sold 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



2,06? 



16 
63 

15 

U 
37 

7 
39 

110 
66 

113 
12 
29 



33 

14 
105 

44 
7 
12 
55 
16 

31 

2 

24 



36 

2 

104 

24 



Number of fruits 



66 
2 
5 

4 
79 
156 

34 
20 



2,440,255 

12,000 
70O 

9,550 
28,135 

4,255 

113,300 
89,330 

8,000 
47,075 

82,555 
43,725 
74,695 
23,150 
9,320 



56,240 

800 

19,970 

51,720 

8,600 

1,800 

12,070 

3,200 

400 

1,200 

128,490 
19,001 
99,040 

25,200 
7,775 
10,050 
14,850 
21,700 

33,500 
3,500 
15,850 
4,350 
164,025 

800 

19,801 

4,100 

8,940 

20,325 



37,370 

1,250 

42,735 

13,600 
10,300 
47,050 
23,400 
31,500 

101,443 

115,269 

900 

1,150 

37,625 

1,300 
1,000 
6,750 

10,800 

47,816 
1,500 

33,900 
285,400 

57,310 
113,270 

20,150 
13, 590 

49,250 

2,650 

23,390 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



107 



Municipio Table 35.-AVOCADOS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 




Puerto Rico . , 

Ad Juntas 

AguQde 

Aguadllla 

Agues Buenas . . 
Albonlto 

A^sco 

Arecibo 

Arrc^o 

Berceloneta, . , 
Barranqultas . . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Cataflo 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coano 

Comerfo 

Corozal 

C\ilebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

OudjilcB 

GuByana 

Guayanllla. . . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo , 

HormlgueroB . . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya , 

Juajia Diaz. . . 

Jxuicos , 

Lsjas 

Lares 

Las Marias. . . . 
Las Pledras. . . 

Loiza , 

Luqulllo , 

Manatf , 

Marlcao 

Maunabo .\ . . . . , 

Mayaguez , 

Moca 

Morovls 

Noguabo 

Naranjllo. .. ., 

Orocovia , 

Patillas , 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

Quebradillas. 

Rlncdn , 

Rio Grande. . . , 
-Rio Piedras.. , 

Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

San Germ^. . . . 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo.. 

San Sebasti^ 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujillo Alto 
IJtuado 

Vega Alta. . .. 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



Z Reported In 



108 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 36.-CACAO-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Famis 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



Farms 
report- 



Trees not 'bearing 



FaiTDS 
report- 
ii^» 
1959 



1950 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity harvested 



Fanns 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity sold 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. . , . 
Aguas Buenss. 
Albonlto 



ASasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
arranqui tas . 



Bayamon . . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
Caguas .... 

Camuy 

Carolina. . 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Clales. 

Cidra. . 



Coamo, . . 
Ccoierfo. 
Corozal. 
Cule'bra. 
Dorado , . 



Fajardo. .. . 
GudnicB. . . . 

Guayama 

Guayanille. 
Guaynabo... 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueros . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 



Las Marf as . . 
Laa Piedrag. 

Loiza 

Luqulllo. . , . 
Manati 



Marlcac. . 
Maunabo . % 
Mayaguez. 

Moca 

Morovis . . 



Naguabo . . . 
NaranJIto. 
Orocovls . . 
Patilles . . 
Penuelae . . 



Ponce 

Quebradillas. 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande. . . 
-Rfo Pledras.. 



j Sabana Grande. 



>t*^ 



\ San Cenn^. . 

^^vGan Juan. ... 

San Lorenzo. 



San Sebaatldn. 
Santa Isabel. , 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJIllo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega BaJa. 
Viequea . . . 
Vlllalba. . 
Yabucoa . . . 
Yauco 



3,498 

35 
2 



61 
265 



130 
6 



85 
1,055 



29 

103 
5 



3 

112 

31 

30 



2 

1 

152 



6 

235 

6 



10 
385 

2,349 
37 

3 



1,466 



2,685 
59 



7 
7 

297 
71 

1,615 

10 

12 

5 

2 

18 

2,050 
27 



9 

177 



3,019 

9 
35 



285 

5 

1 

20 



150 
426 



100 

4 



1,348 
5 



147 
10 



7 
187 



(Z) 



(Z) 



(Z) 



(2) 



16 
(Z) 



(Z) 



17 

(2) 

1 



(Z) 



25 
(Z 



(Z 
14 



244 
3,710 



870 
45 



460 
6,425 



245 

669 

75 



3,595 

10 

10 

384 
21 



79,290 



575 
540 
250 



25 
274 



228 

100 

56 

300 



20 

15 

2,499 



2,388 
62 



26 
100 



70 
3,387 

21,012 

575 

47 

30 



14,877 
665 



130 
56 

2,038 
508 

9,642 

100 

50 

70 

5 

78 

8,922 

357 

12 

20 

48 
919 



162 
626 
533 



15,075 



36,155 



140 
3,600 



410 
5,805 



100 
95 



1,630 



6,335 
13,732 



7,330 



75 
6,694 



Z Reported In snail fractions. 



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109 



Municipio Table 37.-GUAVAS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Mimlclplo 



Fanna 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



port- 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



port- 
1959 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantity harvested 



port- 
1959 



Number of frulta 



Quantity sold 



Fama 

re- 
port- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of fruits 



Puerto Rico . 

Adjuntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Agues Buenas, 
Albonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arrcyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultas. 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . .. 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

CataAo 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Ccnerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Ou^lca 

Guayama 

Gueyanllla. .. 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HonslguercB . . 

Humacao 

iBQbela 

Jayuya 

Juana Df az . . . 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marias. . , 
Las Piedras. . 

Lolza 

Luqulllo 

Manatl 

Marlcao 

Maunabo 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovis 

Patlllas 

Penuelas 

Ponce 

QuebradlllBS. 

Rlnc6n 

Rfo Grande. . . 
Rio Piedras . . 

I Sabana Grande 

Salinas 

San GermAn. . . 

^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastian 
Santa Isabel. 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJUlo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta. . .. 
Vega Baja. . . . 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



2,072 

1 
73 

124 
24 

IX 

23 

41 

7 

6 

53 

28 
24 
35 
41 
59 

1 

102 

22 



30 
18 
136 



1,443 
174 



1,045 
279 

2 
7 

588 
945 
973 
195 
955 



633 

153 

31 

258 



5,020 

540 

4,713 



100 
2,144 

4 



10 

262 

1,432 



5,056 

50 
1,060 
1,520 



15 

197 

73 

300 
2 

510 
1,247 

870 

3,020 

97 

110 
2 
32 

2,474 
190 

259 

77 



490 
260 



1,172 

847 

1,119 

2,744 

1,324 

5,801 
144 
167 

1,977 

1,861 

1,677 

490 

296 

2,456 



4,760 

1,574 

57 

940 

76 
3,667 

582 

2,444 

1,635 

3,211 

3 

1,663 

5,693 
2,252 

794 

5,058 

267 

1,014 

33 

261 

207 

5,627 

29 

640 
673 
517 
912 



174 

538 

5,362 

248 

720 
435 

720 

205 

3,014 

123 

1,017 

346 

1,649 

10,812 

12,233 

15 

9,370 



493 

5U 

134 

310 

2,639 

448 
822 

3,365 

1,864 

382 



5,319 



100 
50 



10 

132 

1,000 



129 
12 



600 
1,584 



U5 

100 



685 

15 



144 
15 
7 



34,276 

600 
330 
377 
412 
530 

284 
193 
600 
401 
1,268 

83 
25 

480 
43 

747 

34 

931 

245 

51 

51 

2 
10 
268 



133 

51 

191 

747 

34 



10 
763 
667 
214 
106 



32 
318 
915 

65 

50 

1,320 

101 

58 
550 

1,607 

13 

8 

67 

4,209 

110 

4 

1,658 

373 

74 

229 

10 
3,751 

1,033 



3,606 

1,595 

113 



9 

18 

(Z) 

7 



(Z) 
3 



30 

40 

13 

(2) 
18 



(Z) 



3 

(Z) 



2 
14 

5 

48 

(Z) 



22 
(Z) 



(Z) 
6 
3 



1,247 



3 
13 
22 

9 

30 

8 

5 

24 

14 
19 
11 

1 
40 

(Z) 

38 

17 

1 

9 



55 

18 

6 

60 

3 

12 

(Z) 

6 

1 

41 



2 
3 

46 
2 

7 

16 

8 

2 

32 

18 
7 
4 
13 
91 

94 

105 



286,130 
20,200 



262,500 
26,050 

300 
1,500 

a7,200 

253,750 

180,232 

26,000 

92,350 



50,104 

23,730 

5,524 

79,800 



8,075 



902,500 

54,000 

151,530 



30,000 
268,200 



4,000 

5,200 

29,200 

130,000 



262,680 

6,000 

109,000 

30,000 



28,650 
6,000 
5,000 



2,500 
17,790 
12,100 



160,000 
185,100 

792,000 

400,200 

2,450 

3,364 

500 

1,000 

162,646 
44,017 

101,675 
19,000 



66,000 
24,100 



17,774,390 



230,300 
116,750 
130,600 
408,986 

224,590 
787,294 
18,400 
29,125 
289,443 

346,010 
270,320 
67,270 
77,975 
270,255 



813,920 

230,650 

9,211 

108,365 

21,285 

1,067,719 

95,740 

244,775 



343,875 

675 

173,290 

1,028,169 
251,958 

114,055 

673, ao 

56,430 

162,100 

4,200 

29,870 

33,740 

1,081,005 

3,470 
100,400 
91,455 
92,000 
103,300 



30,850 

97,165 

609,803 

29,240 

118,392 
70,825 

152,000 
25,250 

625,300 

22,500 

118,430 

104,900 

192,300 

1,082,416 

1,416,200 

3,000 

1,029,366 



86,840 

58,170 

26,000 

60,726 

360,500 

51,050 
79,750 

492,154 

322,643 

55,035 



983,575 



34,500 
3,600 



400 
10,800 

200 
200 

3,800 
68,625 
14, 550 



26,470 
9,600 



61,000 



2,050 



900 
3,000 
51,000 

10,900 

900 
26,700 



100 

3,900 

20,000 



113,600 

600 

7,500 

24,000 



1,600 



1,450 
1,500 



15,000 



142,760 



131,000 
2,150 



141,800 
14,550 



4,800 
2,900 



4,715 

300 

33,000 

3,000 



60,000 

45,000 

1,450 

1,050 

40,100 



2,900 
15,000 

1,300 
1,100 
31,800 

1,500 

5,010 

40,400 

500 

205,000 

3,666 



100 
2,960 



10,000 
780 



200 
1,250 



11,600 
90,345 



1,000 

466 

4,900 



7,600 

4,000 
855 



Z Reported In small fractions. 



no 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 38.-MANGOES-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Farms 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



Farms 

re- 
port- 
ing, 
1959 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



1959 1950 



Quantity harvested 



Farms 

re- 
port- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of fruits 



(iiantity sold 



port- 
ing, 
1959 



Number of fruits 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadilla 

Aguas Buenas , , 
Albonlto 

Afiasco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . . 
Barranqultafl. . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo 

Caguas 

Camuy 

Carolina 

Cataiio 

Cayey 

Celba 

Clales 

Cldra 

Coano 

Ccnerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lca 

Gueyame 

Guayanilla. , . . 
Guaynabo 

Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

HormlgueroB . . 

Humacao 

Isabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Df az . . . 

Juiicos 

Lajas 

Larea 

Las Marlaa . . . , 
Las Pledraa . . , 

Lolza 

LuqulHo 

Manati 

Maricao 

Maunabo .\ 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Morovls 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce 

(^ebradlllaa . . 

RlnccSn 

Rf o Grande . . . , 
Jllo Pledras . . , 

/ Sabana Grande, 
' Salinas 

San Germ^. . . . 
.5an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 

San Sebastlifn. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Tea Alta 

Toa Baja 

Trujlllo Alto, 
Utuado 

Vega Alta 

Vega Beja 

Viequea 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

yauco 



5,142 



213 
155 
236 
16 
139 

55 
72 
10 



2 
21 
43 
227 

104 

2 

40 

456 



3 

7 

177 

132 

18 



415 
2 
69 



114 
94 
56 

227 
10 
32 
22 
53 

10 
33 
176 



94 
9 

10 

2 

152 

354 

32 
10 
12 
34 
IS 
140 



11,923 

9 
602 
294 

124 
151 

185 
189 
38 
62 
22 

197 
214 
154 
147 
232 

4 
159 
162 
24 
36 

271 
29 
172 



33 
1 
102 
156 
327 

278 
135 
85 
486 

no 

26 
92 
244 
156 
256 

97 
385 
115 
175 
109 

10 

158 

140 

97 

61 

177 
184 
5 
184 
214 

174 
79 
207 
223 
189 

155 

56 

272 



235 
15 
98 

13 
230 
243 

76 
Ul 

28 
175 
505 
295 



191 
137 
196 
15 
136 



40 
4 

49 
7 
2 

3 

2 

20 

43 

207 

99 
2 

37 
445 



3 

7 
158 
130 
17 



349 

2 

66 

44 



71 
90 
56 

204 
10 
30 
22 
48 

10 
30 
154 



93 

9 

10 

2 

142 

304 

28 
10 
12 
34 
18 
138 



83,753 

110 
2,336 
598 
357 
232 

3,323 
610 

37 



1,713 
2,882 
1,042 
286 
1,559 

1,182 
366 
70 
92 

1,017 
88 
561 
301 

20 

388 

108 

966 

1,836 

1,798 

1,667 

130 

1,135 

4,374 

405 

40 

387 

1,174 

2,252 

776 

10 

2,131 

176 

972 

204 



4,016 
35 
28 

920 

68 

385 

574 

2,278 

13,504 

967 

922 

1,188 

713 

857 
1,127 
5,287 

1,132 

938 
60 
197 
27 
1,345 
1,254 

135 
162 
236 
604 
442 
4,633 



256 
5,593 
1,547 

548 
1,053 

6,076 
779 
631 
191 
38 

890 

3,182 

647 

446 

1,603 

20 

952 

2,041 

77 

54 

4,259 
83 

814 

135 

1,361 
3 
2,381 
2,512 
1,658 

1,730 

555 

1,273 

4,380 

418 

947 
1,772 
1,229 
1,562 
1,815 

1,446 
1,647 

962 
1,358 

397 

1,229 

1,040 

3,787 

983 

261 

1,355 

669 

2 

1,509 

4,764 

8,257 
609 
4,318 
2,288 
1,443 

6,556 
1,630 
12,875 

1,398 

1,210 

562 

3U 

96 

1,356 

1,483 

277 
791 
1,194 
3,146 
3,640 
5,190 



5 
30 
537 
24 



342 

48 

16 

3 



445 

512 

255 

3 



204 
32 
17 
14 

36 

3 
37 



31 
109 
154 



76 
320 
38 



26 
327 
239 

19 



201 
56 



162 
78 
683 



148 
265 
46 

215 
362 
378 



453 
155 



37,873 

31 

1,541 
411 
227 
458 

1,126 

213 

52 



471 
204 
180 
154 
351 

9 

392 

566 

73 

105 

684 
23 
289 



699 
273 
754 

402 
53 

329 

1,245 

52 

63 
182 
438 
244 
296 

37 
783 
139 
497 
131 

124 
146 
498 
230 
125 

274 

301 

5 

533 

1,392 

1,737 

76 

637 

930 

338 

2,557 

794 

4,481 



380 
4 
153 
15 
487 
396 

65 

155 

715 

989 

1,597 

2,495 



16 

192 

5 



16 
3 
1 
2 
24 
21 

4 

1 

3 

16 

15 

126 



1,438 



(Z) 
(Z) 



5 
(Z) 



6 
17 
46 
13 

(Z) 
25 



115 
(Z) 
(Z) 

17 
(Z) 
2 
10 
74 



20 
16 
18 

9 

16 
106 



17 

2 

1 

(Z) 

29 

10 

1 
(Z) 

5 
10 

6 
83 



3,304 



139 

19 

5 

25 

1A2 
10 
18 



9 

1 
28 

(Z) 

28 

36 

2 

(Z) 

142 
(Z) 
12 

"4 

35 

77 
74 
20 

24 
5 
24 
90 
3 

27 
46 
25 
31 
38 

30 
21 
17 
25 
7 

39 

12 

107 

21 

5 

26 
11 

35 

170 

248 
6 

104 
58 
23 

252 

65 

255 



20 
17 
3 
1 
24 
32 

2 
15 
49 
97 
63 
169 



4,303 



182 
144 
196 
15 
124 



20 
42 
193 

99 

1 

33 

339 

35 

3 

7 
151 
102 
17 

1 
324 

1 
66 
36 



126 
4 



63 
84 
54 

192 
9 
30 
22 
42 



28 
116 



90 
9 

10 
2 

138 
293 

24 
9 
9 
29 
18 
135 



35,374,856 

51,000 

1,531,651 

340,450 

226,800 

220,100 

2,237,000 

522,050 

5,350 

2,350 



707,490 
1,733,940 
352,670 
149,000 
303,990 



919,900 

43,820 

9,935 

9,100 

225,703 
36,700 

445,200 
50,600 
1,880 

327,750 

85,000 

507,800 

1,256,200 

508,860 

885,270 

125,000 

369,100 

1,499,892 

56,513 

46,000 

332,800 

263,300 

1,219,750 

619,150 

1,500 
621,125 
100,000 
386,350 
33,207 



1,133,525 
11,000 
3,310 

267,325 
32,500 
133,740 
174,751 
784,220 

3,850,592 
952,900 
368,400 
770,860 
168,300 

893,500 

313,850 

1,226,340 

581,000 

179,320 
20,400 
161,100 
7,500 
556,625 
311,237 

55,370 
96,200 
41,850 
131,200 
191,700 
2,029,493 



43,381,102 

19,300 

3,096,890 

435,450 

97,740 
152,210 

2,466,645 

308,235 

131,410 

33,293 

4,780 

210,304 
1,134,100 
242,487 
155,730 
390,980 

4,300 

265,132 

233,099 

10,470 

7,051 

1,887,850 

11,430 

205,588 

28,575 

243,000 

600 

1,068,925 

1,178,000 

465,057 

630,803 
182,235 
433,755 
996,240 
175,700 

374,700 
416,350 
232,583 
958,850 
816,654 

240,700 
333,192 
329,600 
755,270 
31,360 

142,500 

195,735 

1,152,353 

404,256 

88,831 

329,160 
261,275 

644,162 
1,472,300 

3,506,750 
100,370 

2,534,225 
809,940 
440,653 

1,142,650 

624,300 

1,924,125 

231,408 

452,835 
351,700 
90,944 
11,225 
155,705 
354,435 

86,630 
164,439 
394,600 
396,805 
758,603 
2,111,055 



138 
122 
U6 
9 
103 



14 
38 
118 



28 

306 

27 



145 
90 
3 



UO 
1 
2 

59 
2 
50 
60 
37 

178 
5 
26 
12 
17 



33 
5 

4 

2 

107 

212 



10,753,072 

20,000 

108,300 

137,725 

5,500 



86,400 
4,300 
1,200 
2,100 



293,300 
648,940 
153,100 
9,000 
120,180 



16,200 
1,300 
8,300 



161,850 

300 

26,200 

2,500 



79,500 
143,200 
298,350 



73,400 

757,295 

33,300 



4,800 
204,650 
451,980 

8,700 



102,100 
27,600 



737,450 

900 

2,550 

86,675 
8,400 
124,100 
108,340 
298,820 

2,630,812 

1,900 

173,300 

50,000 

35,275 

24,300 
65,050 
524,600 

5,550 

139,830 

4,200 

2,050 

6,400 

240,050 

216,985 

8,045 
5,300 
40,200 
47,330 
29,300 
750,840 



Z Reported in small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 



111 



Municipio Table 39.-PAPAYAS-FARMS REPORTING, NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; QUANTITY 

HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD, 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Farms 
reporting 



Bearing trees 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



^lantity harvested 



report- 
1959 



Number of fruits 



Quant it7 sold 



report- 
1959 



Number of fruits 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadills. . . . 
Aguas Buenas. 
Albcnlto 



Ai^asco 

Areclbo 

Arroyo 

Bare e lone ta. . 
Barranqultas. 



Bayamdn . . . . 
Cabo Rojo. 
Caguas . . . . . 

CajDuy 

Carolina, . . 



Catano. 
Cayey. . 
Celba.. 
Ciales. 
Cldra.. 



Coafflo. . . 
Ccmerfo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado.. 



Fajardo. ... 
Gu^lca. . , . 
Gusyama .... 
Guayanilla. 
Guaynabo . . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueroo . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayxiya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajaa 

Larea 



Las Marias. . 
taa Piedras. 

Lofza 

Luqulllo. . .. 
Manatf 



Marlcao.. 
Maunabo.v 
Uayaguez. 

Moca 

Mororla . . 



Neguabo. . . 

Naranjlto. 
Orocovis . . 
Patillas . . 
Fenielas . . 



POTice 

QuebradlUas. 

Rlncdn 

Rio Grande... 
Rfo Pledras.. 



Sabana Grande. 

Salinas 

San Germdn.... 

-Can Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebastl^. 
Santa Isabel. . 

Toa Alta , 

Toa Baja , 

TruJUlo Alto., 
Utuado , 



Vega Alta 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

Vlllalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 

All other lainiciplos. 



CD) 



2 



1 

(D) 



(D) 



45 

2,741 

U 

23 



700 

4 

22 

100 

128 

28 

16 



26 
1 

25 
1 

6 

2,157 



111 

67 
100 
33 
71 
10,446 



2 
(D) 



437 
9 



236 
59 



(D) 
18,009 



37 
203 

30 
263 



7 
U 

122 
48 
29 

129 
57 



5 
16 

68 

21 

1,751 

io 



29 
9 

183 

63 

69 

5 

52 
1,359 

31 
13 
12 
69 
200 

U 
4 
32 
17 
66 



111 
6 
9 
55 

71 
97 
64 



10 

10,022 
501 
44 
21 

367 

88 

6,020 

22 



(D) 



(D) 

4 



2 

120 

3 

19 



10 
U2 
14 
80 



55 
458 

6 

4 
715 



299 

30 



(D) 
10,006 



8,204 



1 

31 

7 

233 

16 
49 



303 
20 
9 

90 
17 



7 

1 

1,950 



6 

5 

302 

4 

12 

4 

10 

835 

300 

3 

809 
69 

1 
3 



15 

1,207 

17 

39 

406 
37 

700 
19 
10 
5 



1,436,742 1,027,195 



(D) 



(D) 

7 



(Z) 
10 



(z) 
(z) 
(z) 



(z) 

(2) 



(Z) 

1 
(z) 



(z) 
(z) 
(i) 



(z) 



(z) 



(z) 

1 

(2) 



(z) 



(D) 
80 



(Z) 

(2) 

1 



(2) 
(Z) 



(Z) 
(2) 



2 
(Z) 



(2) 
5 



(2) 

2 

(2) 



(2) 

2 

(2) 



(Z) 
(2) 



(Z) 

1 

1 

(Z) 

(2) 



25 

9 

(Z) 

(2) 

2 
(Z) 
14 



1 
(D) 



(D) 

5 



100 

2,870 

91,775 

205 

860 



10,000 
200 

1,331 
3,270 
5,008 
1,590 
520 



337 

50 

500 



200 
80,180 



400 

2,582 

3,507 
1,000 
1,410 
3,025 
284,570 



115 
120 



125 
(D) 



12,465 

83 

953 

1,122 

45 

1,820 

1,500 



500 

200 



2,600 
425 



5,395 
1,685 



25 
250 



(D) 
905,173 



3,450 

9,300 

2,492 

18,763 

1,012 
55,386 

150 
600 

5,214 
1,121 
1,112 
7,050 
2,430 



1,217 

166 
285 

2,086 

685 

40,430 

161 

100 

670 

220 

10,333 

1,552 

2,615 

235 

1,826 

77,863 

1,035 

850 

283 

3,330 

6,314 

532 

400 

660 

1,150 

4,948 : 



1,095 

800 

337 

55 

551 
792 

420 
15 

275 

8,217 

320 

130 

2,153 

2,365 
3,830 
2,345 



290 

600,977 

45,005 

1,237 

416 

18,165 
5,374 
60,200 
895 
2,254 
510 



(D) 



(D) 
2 



1,384,540 



550 

78,375 

80 

460 



900 

725 

2,540 

1,390 

415 



100 
80,100 



1,025 

2,600 

1,000 

700 

1,090 

280,550 



(D) 



12,020 



120 
350 



1,550 
500 



500 
200 



2,000 
200 



4,000 
400 



(D) 
900,015 



2,495 
12,500 



155 
48,275 



380 

300 

2,230 

1,280 



748 
120 
12 

42,775 

600 

166 

3o6 
1,200 

200 



200 
2,700 



500 
800 
100 



600,020 

40,000 

UO 



5,200 

2,000 

30,100 



D Included in all other miniclplos to avoid disclosure of individual operations. 
Z Reported In small fractions. 



112 



STATISTICS FOR MUNICIPIOS 



Municipio Table 40.-BREADFRUIT-FARMS REPORTING. NUMBER OF TREES, AND AREA, 1959 AND 1950; 
QUANTITY HARVESTED AND QUANTITY SOLD. 1959 AND 1949 



Municipio 



Farms reporting 



Bearing trees 



Farms 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Trees not bearing 



Farms 
report- 

iJig, 
1959 



Fanns 
report- 
ing, 
1959 



Quantll^ harvested 



Farms 
report- 

iDgj 

1959 



Nmnber of fruits 



Quantll7 sold 



Farms 
report - 

1959 



Number of fruits 



Puerto Rico . 



Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla 

Aguas Buenas. 
Albonito 



Aliasco 

Arecllx] 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. 
Barranqui tas 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . ■ 

Caguas 

Camuy • • 

Carolina. . . . 



Catafio. 
Cayey . . 
Celba.. 
Clales. 
Cldra. . 



Coamo. .. 
Ccmerlo. 
Corozal. 
Culebra. 
Dorado. . 



Fajardo 

Gu^ica .... 

Guayama 

Guayanllla. 
Guaynabo. . . 



Gurabo 

Hatlllo 

Hormlgueros . 

Humacao 

Isabela 



Jayuya 

Juana Diaz. 

Juncos 

Lajas 

Lares 



Las Marias. . 
Las Pledras. 

Lolza 

Luqulllo. . . . 
Manatl 



Marlcao . . 
Maunabo . i 
Hayagiiez. 

Moca 

Morovis . . 



Naguabo. . . 
Naranjlto. 
Orocovls . , 
Pat 111 as . . 
Pe^elas . . 



>«*' 



/^- 



Ponce 

Quebradlllas. 

Rlnc6n 

Rf o Grande . . , 
f o Pledras . . 



/ Sabana Grande. 

I Salinas 

\ San Gennrtn. . . . 

^(^an Juan 

San Lorenzo. . . 



San Sebaatl&i. 
Santa Isabel . . 

Toa Alta 

Toa Baja 

TruJlUo Alto. 
Utuado 



Vega Alta. 
Vega Baja. 
Vieques . . . 
Vlllalba.. 
Yabucoa. . . 
Yauco 



109 

3 

225 



24 
134 
15 



17 
254 



47 

154 

67 



85 
103 
23 
52 



84 

18 
60 
103 

51 



136 
197 
3 
116 
128 



1 
135 



66 
261 
10 
17 
105 

1 
192 
30 
74 
14 

69 
86 

1 
81 

1 

32 
145 
25 
77 
34 



10 

5 

118 

163 

112 
102 



233 
30 



107 

3 

217 



30 

1 

24 

133 

U 



16 

231 



312 
32 
20 
10 

50 
32 



846 

47 

1,538 



116 

385 

2 

155 

1,403 

45 



1,059 



177 
160 
10 



257 
7 



278 
1,085 



164 

793 

1,103 



1,455 
476 
325 
404 



989 
70 
649 
548 
398 

1 

286 

1,124 

86 

31 

9 
45 
674 



200 
28 
92 

1,539 

1,006 
1,197 
20 
2,002 
1,028 



6 

1,497 

31 

2,033 

850 

4,302 

81 

256 

479 

2 

3,679 

369 

723 

67 

943 

451 

8 

1,889 

2 

478 

1,348 

85 

980 

189 



6 

131 

3,879 

2,121 

101 

165 

747 

1,030 

1,227 
807 



3,417 
84 



3 

116 

28 



8,021 



36 
168 
75 



401 
158 
72 
50 



91 
11 
129 
90 
89 



103 
158 



100 
16 



U6 
91 



188 
66 



55 
542 
22 
34 
83 



1,480 

37 

74 

6 

52 

93 

52 

101 



12 

130 

2 

223 

67 



125 
317 



68 
93 
159 

96 
205 

3 
679 



2 
(Z) 

1 
(Z) 



(Z) 
5 



(Z) 
33 



(Z) 



(Z) 

4 

(Z) 



(Z) 



(z) 

1 



99 

3 

213 



19 

129 

13 



16 
228 



13,845 

4,675 

1,000 

200 

7,000 
15,000 



118, 995 

1,600 

109,617 



1,000 

9,350 

127,500 

9,260 

214,050 

12,600 

12,500 
4,000 



8,200 

90,000 

650 



1,150 
3,000 



18,320 
620 



9,640 



33,000 



57,730 
167,380 



100 
200 



19,485 

%,122 

136,000 



181,980 
75,607 
40,450 
44,175 



106,690 
5,250 

102,626 
67,410 
45,080 

150 

28,653 

114,325 

7,760 

5,400 

900 
5,755 



20,000 
1,400 
6,480 

321,192 

118,464 
141,771 
1,500 
153, 180 
164,425 



1,200 
186,300 

2,900 
263,885 

78,565 
374,790 
10,255 
37,692 
65,763 

300 

451,885 

36,390 

74,916 

5,760 

85,606 

71,455 

1,001 

376,350 



67,140 

197,095 

9,385 

119, 911 

20,464 



500 
9,977 

731,248 

387,290 

7,000 

18,000 

113,455 

189,987 

115,005 
99,705 

100 

576,420 

5,790 



59 

3 

173 



1 

4 

28 

15 
105 
13 



12 
200 



646,553 



4,900 
300 



58,355 

1,400 
65,150 



600 

1,800 

24,700 

6,iio 

183,390 
9,890 



38,800 



4,600 



1,000 



13,418 
400 



22,100 



49,910 



15,400 
132,980 



Z Reported In small fractions. 



PUERTO RICO 

Municipio Table 41.-PARCELAS AND PARCELA CHARACTERISTICS: CENSUSES OF 1959 AND 1950 



113 



Munlclplo 



Hunber of pare e las 



■ tenxire of operator 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



1959 1950 



DbuT rue tuaries 



1959 1950 



Pare e las 
report- 
ing any 

farm 

products 

sold, 

1959 



Value of all crops, vegetables, 
and fruits sold 



Parcelas 
reporting 



Value of all livestock and 
livestock products sold 



Parcelas 
reporting 



Puerto Rico . 

Ad Juntas 

Aguada 

Aguadllla. .. . 
AguaG Buenas. 
Albonlto 

AQasco 

Arecibo 

Arroyo 

Barceloneta. . 
Barranqultaa . 

Bayamdn 

Cabo Rojo. . . . 

Caguas 

Camay 

Carolina 

Catafio 

Cayey 

Celba 

dales 

Cldra 

Coamo 

Comerfo 

Corozal 

Culebra 

Dorado 

Fajardo 

Gu^lca 

Guayana 

Guayanllla. .. 
Guaynabo 

Ourabo 

Hatillo 

HormlguepoB . . 

Humacao 

leabela 

Jayuya 

Juana Diaz 

Jujicos 

Lajas 

Lares 

Las Marf as , . . 
Lea Piedraa. . 

Lofza 

Luqulllo 

Manatf 

Marlcao 

Maunabo .«,... 

Mayaguez 

Moca 

Moroiria 

Naguabo 

Naranjlto. .. . 

Orocovls 

Patlllas 

Pefiuelas 

Ponce , 

Quebradlllas. 

Rlncdn , 

Rf o Grande . . . 
- Rf o Piedras . . 

^ SabBna Grande 

j Salinas 

V |San Germdn. . . 

^^San Juan 

San Lorenzo. . 

San Sebastl^ 
Santa leabel. 

Toa Alia 

Toa Baja 

Trujillo Alto, 
tJtuado 

Vega Alta. ... 

Vega BaJa 

Vieques 

VlUalba 

Yabucoa 

Yauco 



52,892 

420 

1,088 

1,026 

290 

836 

595 
2,558 
611 
833 
281 

1,211 

1,376 

1,053 

874 

738 



408 
510 
325 
501 

487 
225 
553 

1 
496 

807 
48 
1,117 
537 
567 

360 

893 

323 

1,262 

1,013 

444 
619 
665 
417 
445 

94 
803 
925 
734 
558 

41 

567 

1,081 

804 

471 

986 
268 
388 
909 
525 

898 
643 
412 
986 
373 

715 

1,127 

729 



767 
531 
622 
813 
795 
656 

809 

1,819 

491 

416 

1,690 

1,015 



51,157 

391 

1,059 

1,120 

233 

577 

506 
2,621 
669 
515 
323 

834 
1,144 
829 
903 
961 

78 
487 
483 
261 
423 

587 
U3 
557 
35 
848 

865 
197 
509 
410 
567 

309 

718 

370 

1,471 

1,164 

259 
1,068 
559 
534 
739 

204 
535 
848 
685 
690 

39 
466 
664 
861 
368 

1,090 
276 
308 
768 
542 

886 
720 
430 
864 
1,049 

439 
790 
792 



1,103 
215 
532 

1,541 
495 
700 

1,035 
1,357 
687 
376 
976 
992 



31,250 

288 
680 
501 
234 
479 

362 
1,470 
308 
413 
254 

853 
637 
827 
462 
516 



316 

66 

299 

288 

192 

85 

515 

1 

491 

380 

9 

1,077 

175 

439 

198 
606 
186 
705 
742 

267 
440 
383 
238 
361 

87 
371 
626 
676 
191 

19 
341 
540 
470 
438 

513 
266 
251 
826 
508 

319 
428 
367 
318 
356 

308 

14 

490 



612 
44 
328 
108 
572 
504 

323 
680 
185 
218 
1,181 
437 



27,800 

304 
697 
568 
204 
184 

351 
1,194 
328 
210 
299 

370 
717 
435 
651 
540 

4 
154 
134 
162 
187 

279 
67 

476 
35 

183 

280 
U 
122 
261 
485 

193 
406 
246 
912 
795 

245 
334 
398 
387 
671 

49 
348 
258 

65 
260 

36 
355 
548 

719 
189 

311 
204 
218 
4«5 
389 

425 
457 
375 
470 
914 

297 

54 

636 



938 
57 
290 
367 
365 
552 

307 
338 
242 
271 
481 
605 



14 
2 

2 
13 
3 
4 
14 
UO 



16 

19 

367 



9 

94 

184 

3 

1 

126 
24 
111 
3 
216 



211 
2 
7 
2 
38 

3 
14 

5 
203 
180 

3 
15 
6 

4 
4 



3 
23 

4 
3 

5 

2 

5 

127 

11 

40 
4 
4 
18 
60 



1 
15 
36 
U 
12 

6 

323 

3 

2 

5 

15 
5 
6 

33 



2 
16 

11 

6 
5 

1 
19 
7 

120 



19,935 

U7 
382 
469 
36 
340 

190 
725 
299 
413 
20 

332 
713 
217 
377 
186 



80 

430 

7 

205 

290 
U3 
34 



421 

37 

17 

361 

103 

154 
257 
133 
553 
224 

177 
176 
276 
167 



3 
422 
280 
45 
298 

20 
147 
514 
262 

19 

465 

1 
118 
47 

1 

556 

212 

5 

658 

10 

394 

1,108 

210 



U6 
473 
292 
705 
208 
134 

483 
1,110 
303 
194 
487 
458 



19,702 

63 

317 

133 

9 

385 

137 

1,279 

1A7 

287 

19 

325 
375 
263 
245 
174 

73 
326 
334 

91 
220 

305 
65 
62 



367 
179 
375 
125 
26 

105 
295 
109 
339 
169 

9 

706 

148 

US 

62 

153 
140 
578 
575 
256 

3 

80 
84 
135 
174 

761 
65 
78 

153 

99 

405 
254 

47 
379 

64 

132 
730 
117 

31 

144 
US 
230 
1,152 
108 
113 

677 
1,010 
444 
68 
470 
247 



9,272 

129 

159 

128 

44 

98 

71 

330 

la. 

52 

30 

86 
325 
350 
273 

47 



U2 

121 

96 
24 
62 



I 

10 

217 

163 

159 

85 

192 

63 

118 
411 

83 

61 

193 

U7 

168 

31 
82 

124 
62 

105 

24 

52 

222 

54 
210 

62 

37 

59 

173 

87 

144 

151 

85 



302 
351 
260 



154 

51 

89 

12 

113 

20O 

84 
74 
172 
20 
294 
247 



5,439 

127 
74 

lU 
33 
35 

31 

a5 

91 
40 
23 

49 
153 
150 
148 

16 



54 

1 

127 

53 



1 

1 

87 

27 

80 

41 

112 

35 

81 

395 

54 
29 
66 
60 
160 

24 
56 
123 
41 
60 

23 
23 

187 
50 

130 

24 
24 
47 
74 
52 



147 
68 
168 



96 
14 
24 
7 
58 
169 

32 

62 
132 

16 
U9 
111 



13,276 

64 

196 

412 

58 

94 

155 
614 
85 
137 
U7 

160 
263 
311 
306 
152 



77 
43 
96 
157 

140 
43 

160 
26 

155 

75 
150 
127 
137 

74 

83 
175 
119 
173 
7W 

58 
188 
89 

115 
221 

90 
182 
180 

68 
181 

15 
179 
278 
324 
U9 

234 
98 
99 
242 
270 

193 
248 
74 
138 
199 

218 
170 
309 



324 

48 
240 
131 
103 
255 

174 
307 
142 
160 
170 
365 



621,957 

20,844 
5,083 

19,217 
8,633 
4,899 

5,379 
23,024 
7,086 
2,215 
3,667 

5,548 
11,228 
17,848 
12,324 

1,937 



7,672 

50 

17,591 

7,761 

3,023 

735 

5,019 

1,115 

30 

300 

2,476 

1,871 

8,419 

6,826 
7,562 
2,471 
12,939 
105,848 

8,604 
2,559 
5,701 
8,562 
22,137 

2,199 
7,472 
5,894 
2,543 
3,134 

3,770 
1,166 
23,853 
5,972 
8,150 

1,683 
2,131 
4,155 
8,204 
3,294 

6,805 

12,411 

2,004 

445 

2,795 

13,680 

2,902 

14,750 

12,209 

10,349 

443 

1,755 

1,325 

5,793 

19,726 

1,733 

2,013 
17,592 

1,176 
U,513 

8,665 



657,136 

8,884 
7,734 
14,230 
5,022 
5,705 

6,765 
3,842 
3,037 
8,153 
7,817 

5,528 
17,306 
43,893 
19,885 

5,024 



6,392 
1,598 
6,253 
11,981 

5,241 
3,540 
8,536 
672 
6,410 

4,309 
4,U2 
4,802 
7,201 
4,416 

4,005 

10,510 

9,127 

5,U6 

45,568 

4,145 
7,334 
5,471 
8,247 
7,068 

3,973 
7,259 

10,731 
3,051 

10,941 

1,046 

6,789 

15,557 

15,639 

8,342 

5,208 
5,607 
4,020 
10,550 
9,283 

11,266 
9,763 
2,064 
5,038 

12,241 

7,451 

6,896 

18,470 

12,332 

14,681 
1,469 

14,147 
5,121 
5,266 

18,161 

4,100 
12,802 
5,897 
8,593 
6,446 
12,027 



6,023 

26 

110 
57 
27 
82 

52 
229 
122 
26 
18 

55 
212 
300 
190 

37 



10 
168 
143 
123 

67 
157 
33 
89 
207 

47 
39 
161 
82 
41 

15 
61 
9 
30 
70 

9 

39 

86 

12 

147 

45 
26 
32 
128 
51 

87 
107 
61 
3 
28 

232 
321 
173 



40 
73 
8 
87 
72 

64 

45 

54 

8 

185 

181 



15,437 

145 
373 
258 
4S 
122 

155 
750 
187 
176 
U8 

260 
301 
187 
308 
263 

1 

106 

109 

67 

132 

138 
36 

175 

17 

375 

98 
160 
138 
136 

90 

86 
260 
142 
297 
494 

31 
341 
U2 
223 
320 

69 
213 
303 
142 
185 

10 
169 
256 
286 
159 

269 
74 
91 
293 
255 

195 
255 
126 
279 
126 

206 
200 
338 



419 
49 
201 
455 
130 
131 

268 

296 
253 
124 
228 
407 



1,368 
8,728 
6,177 
6,346 
6,819 

4,542 

23,261 

5,624 

877 

3,852 

1P,311 
11,438 
22,146 
10,240 
21,049 



1,818 

250 

10,701 

8,130 

2,638 

776 

3,033 



526 

7,862 

5,275 

15,547 

9,347 
12,857 
2,219 
8,232 
W,542 

2,330 
2,702 
11,787 
6,014 
4,703 

677 
7,016 

536 
2,517 
3,546 

697 
2,921 
7,493 

763 
9,435 

4,172 
2,529 
1,921 
6,901 
2,892 

5,440 
9,266 
5,364 
980 
3,511 

16,176 
i:^ 578 
12,258 

10,323 

13,073 
1,468 
4,162 
1,224 
8,429 
5,116 

4,8U 
2,387 
3,196 
640 
13,865 
9,506 



APPENDIX 

The Questionnaire 

(115) 



PUERTO RICO 



117 



Pom 6oa.a 

(6-10-59i 



E«l« (ini'ueBta asta auloriiftdB par lay del Conipeiio da loa EsUdoe I'sidaa. t' S. C . titalo IS, Saccioaaa S, •, 14S, nt-4, 1b c*bI raqmara qa« ■• cobmsMb todas Ibs pragnotaa qua Bplicaa •! ckao y qai 
o poaible Tambi^n f-wanlit* qu« I* inromiBnin samiDtsuada aw/conaiderBda •aineuaiwMa ooaridaacial CI ■•/of** e*uaJ no fMrfe iir «iarfa para prop/»UoM 4i imfutttot. innttligaet^n o rrglamrnto 



n cobWsLwIu la n& 



PUERTO RICO 



Al CUESTIONARIO PARA FINCAS 



novlMbrv, 19J9 



NdBcro del HegoclK'to 

del PrecupucBto 41-592S.I 



Explr«: dlclcmCre 30, I960 



Saeelon I,— AGAICULTOR 



1. iCvil e« su ncobre conpletoT 



(Nonbre) (lulclal o segundo nonibre) 

jCuAl ee su dlreccliSD de correosT 



jCutfntoB dlae trBbaJd usted fuera de mi flnca Nthoero 

durante los dltlDDs doce tneBcel WUieuDo (~] de df&B _ 



(SI 'Nlnguno, " aarque X y pa»e & la pregunta [5].) 



Smeviia XZ.— TSISKXi 



(Anote lAo cuerdAs y cect^slODc) 



[5J iCuAntae cuerd&s aon de Bu propledadT 

(locluya lAs cuenlAs cultivad&s por 
nedlaneroG y e-grt^doa) 

(ft) jTlene alguna hipoteca eobre loe terrenoa 

y los edificlot que posee" 



D 



»o n SI □ 

(CuiliitftA cuerdas arrlenda usted de otrosT •• 

(^ "Nlsguna," larque X y pase a 1ft pregunta ndiaero \j^\-) 

fCu&l ea el noabre y la dlreccldn del propletarlo de loa 
terrenoa que uated arrlendaT 



Nonbre 

Dlreccldn de Correoa 



[6] 



iCudntaa cuerdfta explota u«ted ccoo admliil stridor a&ol^ri^do?.... 
(iDclu^ lae cuerdas cultivadas por medlaneroe y aerc^doa) 



^Cudntaa cuerdaa arrlenda a otroal 

(Ho Ineluya laa cuerdaa trabajadaa por aedianeros y agre^doa) 



D 



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a 



Cuerdu Ceat^siaos 



PRGDUCTroe UStlCOlAS COGECHADOS E» U fWCA DE N0VIB4DRE 1, 19^8 A OCTUBHE 31, 1.959: 



(UAg&le aj. agrlcultor 
las slgulentea pre- 
guntae para toda claae 
de cosecba liifonBda) 



(1) 
ZCulntas CI 

cuerda] se 
coaecharon 
noviembre 
a octubre 



^CUAIES 
DE E9T06 
niCDUCI€6 
FUEROn 



S3. iCaS*:.... 
alt. iTabacoT 



10. Area Total de la Flnca 



(Para obtener el drea total de la Tinea vune las prcguntaa 3 y t. Del resultado que oe 
obten^ reste el total de lA pregunta odnero 9. 51 la flnca eatd bajo un adalftlatrndor, 
reate el cuerdaje inroraftdo en la pregunta admero 9 del que ae Inroraj en la pregunta 



SMcidB m.— raoDucTOB aoiicous cosicsuaB at nu nsu 



Queremos que Incluya todoe aquelloa productoe que e* coaecharon en dlcha Area durante el parlodo 
que ae plde a cantlnuacldo, Incluyendo loa coeechadoa por nedianeroa y agrei^oa. ^Cuando sea 
neccB&rlo inTormn parte de una cuerda, hd^lo en mberos enteros bajo cent^alaoa y no en frac- 
clooea a decioKlee. Ejenploa: Cent^elnca • 05, 10, 35, 50, 75.) 



CAfiA D£ AZUCAR 



(SI "NlnguDa," nnrque X y pftse a 1ft 

preffunta nitoero [15J .) 



12. tCuinto rutf la cafia de Gran Cultura cortada y 

H>lidft de novlembre 1, 19->8 a octubre Jl, 1<>^9? , 



13. iCMiato T\ti 1ft canft de Prl^verti cortada y nolldft 
de nenrleabre 1, 19 8 a octubre Jl, W.9? 



lU. iCudato rut lA caAa de Reto^a cortada y nollda 

de DDvlenbre 1, 19,8 a octubre 31, 19.9? 

(La eiaiB de laa pregunta; 12. 13 y lU, 
debe aer igual al total que aparece 
en la pregunta 11.) 

[15! ^Cutfntaa cuerdas de caAa fueron cortadaa para aemlllaa 
de novlenbre 1, 19^8 a octubre 31, l'>:9" , 



lA ^t Centraleo tat estre^da 1ft caSal 



jCuAntaa cuerdaa de cafta de Grtta Cultura )»bla 
en novlenbre 1, 19^9 para cortarae eo el I9t'0? . 



19. jCuAl fu< el total de plBae coaecbadas de 
novieabre 1, 1959 a octubre 31, 1959^ .. 



(SI "Hlnguna," unrque X y pa«e a la 
pregunta oifaDCro [SSj .) 
jCudntas cuerdaa de pliia Mene para coaecharae 
de novlasbre 1, I9>'? a octubre 31, I960? .,.. 



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Centos laoa 



PUHTA3 0(iK«(E«TAL£3 



N] 



^Cuantos dolAr«3 se obtuvleron d« Las ventaa do plantaa 
onvLientales d« novlmbr. 1, 1958 a octubr. 31, 19S9?...i 



. Ilinsuno n 4 



29. tAl«oddn: 

26. xArrozl 

27. iFTlJolea? 

26. iGuduleaT 

29. iHsblchuelAa accaat . 

30. iMaliT 

il. xtetaUa: 



33. timatm 

3b. {YautlaaT 

39. lYucftal 

36. lOtroaT (fFKp.aI ) 



^, 



lUt .1 noEnl 



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n 



n 



n 



n 



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"(ir 



novlenbre 1, 

19M a 

octubre 31j 

19 9? 



(3) 
iCuHotaa 
llbrma se 
vendleron 
de novlen- 
bre 1,19^8 
a octubre 
31, 19 9? 



YERBAS QUE SE CCRTAROH PARA FORRAJE: 

37. iCorVo u^tod alguna yerba para Torraja da 

norleabra 1, 1958 a octubre 31, 1959? No □ SI ^ 

(il "'■■:./• larq,* X y P'^a a la pi-«g^jiit« numsro [O].) 



iQLC YER- 
BA£ SB 
CORTAROII 
PARA 
rORRAJET 



36. iMftloJUIoT 

39. lYerbaa de OuIdcaT 

40. xMerkcrT 

ItX, xElefante? 

(•S. {Otr^aT (iTaraguAT, ^CuatfiB&lftT) 

— Tofm 



?r 



iCu^taa cuerdas, o partes de una 
cuerda, ae eortaronde novlem- 
bre 1, 1958a octubre 31, 1959! 



D 



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lOl jCoaecbd y ttikkJ al^unoa vegetftlea de novlenbre 1, J.458 a 

octubre 31. 19591 HoQ SI Q 

(SI "Ho," Dftrque X y pace a la pregunta nitoero [SfiJ-) 



(HAgBle al agricultor 
laa alguleotcB pregun taa 
pax* cada claoe de ^^ 
vegetal inforsado) 



(1) 

tCuintas cuerdaa, 
o partes de una 
cuerda, Tueron 
coeechsdsE de 
novieiabre 1, 1958 
a octubre 31, 19S9? 



ICUALES 
DE LOG 
SICUIEWES 
VEGE£AL£S 

QUE USTED 
VZIIDIO FUE- 
BCpM COSE- 
CHADOS n» 
SU FQICAT 



l*U. (AploaT , 

A5. iBerenjenae? 

A6. tCa^bazftsI 

^7. {Rablctnielaa tlemaaT. 

U6, (Lecbugas? 

kg. jPepijioaT 

50. iPiaieatoml 

51. jQulnboDboflT ., 

52. jRepolIosT 

53. iToBBteaT 

5'». tZanaborlae; 

55- iOtroa? (iCabollas?) 

[M el noiAire) 
(M el uoobre} 



(a) 

jCuKnto t\i( 
la eantlded 
cdseebadft 
de 



1958 ft 

octubre 31. 

19597 



Ubru 
Ubns 



(CuAntoa 
ddl&rea 



_JX 



JSS. 



_jx 



Jx 



jx 



-Jsa 



_JX 



/<» 



_7oo 



JM 



118 



THE QUESTIONNAIRE 



FBlfTAS, PLAIAiraS, CUDJEOS, ETC. 

r56~| jKay irboles frutales, natas de pldtanos, de guineos, o 

palmas de cocos en la f inca? ■ 

(Si "Ho," marque X y pase a la pregunta mSnero L66j.) 



. Q siQ 



(iliC^te al airricultor las 
sljuientes precuntaa pera 
cad& clase dc irbol fnjtal 
Inf orrBdc ) ■ ■■ — 



(1) 
{CudntoB 
Arbolcs 
estabas 



57. iCidras? 
56. iCocos? 



ESTAS 

rauTAS <r 

HAY EN 

SU 
FUKAt 



59. iPlAtanoB? . 

60. fCulneoE? . . 

61. ^Toroajas? 
63. ^Chinas? .., 
63< jLljDOpgs? . . 
&t. {A^uacatee? . 



65. iOtrafi? (iCacaoT, 
iMangos?, 
iCuayabae?, 
iAcerolas!, 
i Papaya?' 



D 



D 



D 



D 



D 



D 



D 



(2) 

Arbol«s 
no eeta- 

edad de 

cliJn? 



(3) 

^Cuiotaa cuerdsa 
hay de eetaa 
frutas? (C\iajido 
hay tAb de 10 
drbolee) 



jQdi oantl- 



/ 



1, 1958 a 
octubre 
31, 1959? 



-(5) 

l<^i conti- 
dad Be 
vendi<3 de 
novlenbre 
1, 1958 a 
octubre 
31, 1959? 



miBero 
ifOiaero 



Nitaero 

Kaclfflos"' 



FaclJDoa 
nonero 



TfiSero 



(M el nombre) 



StceUn TI.— AnMAUB Bl RCPVUMBHE 1, 1959 y FKHXIOCIOII HE KTIRMBRE 1, 1958 A OCTISRI 31, 1959 



Incluya todos los anlmales en su finca, aean o no propiedad su^/a, Incluya todos Los atUmales y aves 
perteneclentes a agregados y a medlaneroa que viven en su Tinea. 



cabau;ds y potros 

73. iCuAntoH caballos y potros, de todae las edadee, hay en la flnct 



BURROS Y MULOS 
J'*- ^Cutetoa burroB y nuloa, de todae laa edades, hay en la flnca? 



OVEJAS Y CQRDEROG 

75. tCuAntas ovejas y corderos, de todas laa edades, hay ea la fiscal . 



CABROS 

76. jCuAntoa cabroa, dc todas lae edades, hay en la flnca? 



77. iCuAntaa cabr«6 fueron ordenadas de novleabre 1, 1950 
a octubre 31, 1'^'''*^ 



Niosujio Ndaero 



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CEEIDOS 

76. ^Cudntos cerdofl y cerditoa de todae las edades, hay en la finca? .... 

(SI "Hlnguno," mar(iue X y paae a la pregucta IfllJ' ) 

79. iCuAntos de tfstoe eon de menos de cuatro meeea? 



60. ^CuCbitos de tfatos son de cuatro oesee o mAs? 

(La euna de Ida totalee de las preguntae 79 a E 
debe aer Igual al total de la pregunta 76. ) 
rSl] jCu^toa cerdos oe vereileron de novlembre 1, l^'-S a 

octubre 31, 1.9^9? 



is. {CuAntaa cerdae parleron entrc novlenbre 1, 19j8 a 
octubiw31, 1.959' 



63. jCuAntOG cerdltoe >e crlaron de oovl^bre 1, 1958 a 
octubre 31, 1959? 



GAHADO VACUNO 



SMOlon I7.-450S DEL TEWStO 



\(^ Area total de 1a Pinca (cople de 1a preguiita ndaero 10) ^^^— 

(El total debe ser dlstrlbuldo entre laa preguntaa 67 a 71 de 
acuerdo con el uoo que se le dl6 al terreno de novlembre 1, 
195a a octubre 31, 1959.) 

TERREJJOS DE PASTOS: 



(Cuerdae 



6y. iCudntaa cuerdas de parto hay en 

terrenos que sc pueden cultlvar? . 

(Incluya aqui pasto abierlo y 



IJiriGuna [~] 



pasto enoalezado que 
:ultlvar) 



66, iCu^tae cuerdaa de pasto hay 
en terrenes que no ae pueden 
cultivarT tlinguna [^ 



TERREH06 G[UE KO SON DE CUUTIVO NI DE PAOTO 



69. {CuAntaa cuerdas hay de montes y 
aalezae que no ae pueden utlllzar 
para cultlvos o para pastos? ;jijig'ina (_J 



70, ^Cutotas cuerdas bay ocupadas por 
lagOB, edlf Icaclones, camlnos, 
cercae o terrenes baldlos? Ilin^^una | | 



TERRENOS DE CULTIVO 



( Cuerdaa) 



71i ^Cudntaa cuerdas de terreno 
cult Ivado hay? 



Ninguna [ 1 



(Informe todoa los terrenoB cooechadoe 
Incluyendo aquellos en huertSie y en 
yerbas cortadas para forraje; y tamlt-l^n 
loB lerrenoe en frutas, pLitanoe y 
cocos, aunque hayaxi producldo o no.) 
{Incluya todos los terrenoe cultivados por 
agre^dos y isedianeros) 

SuDie todas las preguntaa deede la 67 > 



(Ceotjainofl) 



(Cent^elmos) 



"TCent?! 
bUk>s) 



(Cuerdaa) (Cent^- 



SacclOD V.—tOSDO 



72. iCuinlAS cuerdas ae re^ron entre novtembre 1, 19)8 

y octubre 31. 1959? ninguna [J 



(Cuerdas) ' (Cent^- 

I slnos) 



^. lOiAl es el total de f 
hay en la fir 



vacuno, de lodas las edades, que 
;S1 "Ninguno," narque X y paae a la pregunta [p9]-'. 
85. iCuAntae ryjvlllAO y vscae hay en la flnca? 



(a) jCuAntas son vacaa de ordeno? 

66. iCuintoe l)ecerroB y becerras hay en la flnca? 

87. {Cu&ntOB novllloB y toros hay en la flnca? 

08. jCuintos bueyes de trabajo hay en la finca! 

(la Buna de los totales de los pret^intas 65( 8f j 67, 
y flP debe ser icual al ndtnero de la prejjnte 6U.) 
[aal iCiidnto canado \'acuno vendld de novlenbre 1, 19S8 a octubre 3I, 1959?. 

90. jCu&itas vBcas y novillas fxieron ordei^ulaa de novlembre I, 19'>9 a 
octubre 31, 19^9" 



n 

D 



D 



D 



D 



a 



p 



D 



{Si "Mlncuna," mrque X y paae a la presunta [93] • ) 

91, iCviatos lltros (cuartlllos) de leche ae vendleron de novlembre 1, 1958 
a octuure 31. 1.95?' 



CAIXDUS, POUi»lAS, POLIOS Y GAUX36 
fVsT jllay galllnas, pollonas, poUos, o ^Uoa en la flnca7 ... No^JSl [^ 

(SI "No," mrque X y pose a la pregunta [95j-) 
93. iCudJltas galllnas Uay en la flnca? 



91*. ^Cuttntos polios, poUonas y gallos hay en la flnca? 



\93\ (CuAntos polios, pollonas, oallii 
noviembre 1. 195fi a octubre 31, 



.nas o ;^llos ae vendleron de 



96. (Cuintaa docenaa de buevos se vendleron de novlembre 1, 1958 a 
octubre 31, 19'9? ■ 



D 



□ 



D 



n 



D 



D 



OTRAS AVGS 



97. iHay povoa, patoe, ganaos, guineas, o palomas 

en la flnca? ««■□ SI □ 



SI la respuesta es "Si," Informe 
los nombres de las avea y los 
niJuneros . 



(De el nombre) 



COUffiHAS DE ABEJAS 



iCuAotas coloenas de abe Jas hay en la flnca? 

(Si "Nlnguna, ' loarque X y pase a la pregunta mtaiero [lOOj.) 



jCuilntos clones de mlel de abeja fueron producldos 
de novlembre 1, 19*6 a octubre 31. 1959? 



D 



D 



PUERTO RICO 



119 




d« •■!« cuMtlcoKrie 



(m) jTeraln* «1 
(AI) en 2 ( 



10 de aoo 



Bon SI □ 

Bon 8* D 



(SI la costvstaclte « ua» d* estAS dot preguiit«a •■ 
"Sf," eoatinAe Htwi^" «1 mMVtlonarlo (Secclm*! 
vn a, m). SI "Ho/ ■& Kd 
ft lA Secciao ]cn. 



SMOidn ?I1,— FACIUDAIffiS I KUTPO 



Inclu^ 1*8 faclUdadeo y el equlpo tn la flnca auoque rfrte tat* dAJiado tea^nreraiBente'. 
todo equlpo sea o no propledad suya. 



Incluya 



iOJAL DE 
iSTAS 
FACXLOM- 

DES HAY EN 
<a' FINCAT 



[iod] iServlclo de QierslB EWctrlcaT Hod Si D 

101. iAgua coment«7 "<> D SI Q 

102. iTel«vl6OT7 Sop Sf Q 

103. iRadloT BoQ S£ Q 

lOl*. jOnlerladoma necinlCMT HoQ S£ □ 

105, iaiTrUdorM? (Tanquea de RefflgeracKto) Ilo □ Sf □ 

106. iSUoBT NoQ Sl^ 



107. iTT»ctor«B7 (Do todAe'clAses) 

108. |D 



iCUAlWOe DE / 

LOS ElCUim- <, 109* (DeapulpBdorM d« caf^T 

110. jCorrederas? • 

111. xBa<boa y bateaiai 

112. xCarrctaa de InwyvaT ..•• 

113. {Otrms cazTCtaaT (iHpulMdaa por tractorcs, etc.). 
llV. {Cl»rca«7 (I^eoa artlflclales) 



WKZ 



iQunai Es EL 

DUENO DE LAS 
F\JElTrES DE 
TRAfiAJO QUE <;;' 

UCTED urnj-^ 
ZA En su 
FmCA EETTB 

aSot L 



116. (TractoreBT 
{CaballoB, 

BUlOB, y 

burT087 ... 



g 
n 



Del 
dueAo 
dr lA 
flsca 



tisted y 

otraa 
peraoBai 



D 



n 



n 



otro 
agrl- 
culler 



D 



agenda 

del 
Gobleraol 



D 



□ 



n 



D 



SaMl&> VIII.^AGr.ECAOOS T >ZDZAHS»3 

Llfi. jCuMntAB futllla« de agre^dos, que oo 

OOD medlaneroa, vlveo em la flncaT ........ nin.TiJta I 1 

(SI '■KlnpinQ, ' KTtiue X v paae a la Paiallla« 

prepmta ndnero [.12o3 .} 
119. tCuAntaa cuerdaa fuertm cultlvadaa por a^v^doB, 

que no aoa medlmeros, de noirlanbre 1, 1958 i 

a oetutre 31, 19'-'?" t!i.i-una Q j 

_ _ Cutrdu ' Oent^BljuB 

[l20j iCv^JXtoB trabajarcn codd nedlaneroe cd la ' 

finca de novlai^r« 1, 19^''. a octubre 31j r— . 

WW nuWB»n iMl.»r.. 

(Sl "NlneUDO, mrque X y piue a la pregunta n6art> [l22j.) 

121. iCudotaa cuerdas fueron cultlvadaa por oedla- I 

nero de covlcmbre 1, 19SS a octubre 31, __ I 

19 97 ninguna [_) CiMxdaa ' CenUslaDa' 

SecoiOQ n.— TRADAJADOSES AOBICOUS 
(PeraooaB de lU aOoB o n^ de edad que trabajartm en esta fljica durante la dltlm aaBna) 

ACTICUITCS 

[ Nlnguna ... Q 
\l2S I jCM^irtae horas trabajd ugted en la flnca J 

durante la dltlm aamoa? <^ 1 a ll| honB ... ( | 

..-□ 

FAHILIARES 

123. fCudntoB de bub fanlllareB trabajaron sin 

pa^ en la flnca durante la dltUna BorBna?... Nlngimo Q Ddnero d« personas 

EMFI£ADOS 

12li. (a) ^CuAatoe empleadoa asalariadoa trabajaron 

en la flnca durante la illtlEB BeB«na7,.. Nlnguao Q ____ 

(Inclu^ todo enpleado al cual se le paeue 
un eueldo fijo, ya sea semnal o mensual) 

(b) ^Alrodedor de <:u^ta6 horaa trabaJaroD 

en la finca e^tos en^leadoe eit esta 

dltlaa seama? Btoero de borsa 

125. (a) jCMlntOG obreroe a Jomal trabajaron eo la 

finca durante la iiltliBa~6«i»na7 Nlnguno ["1 __. . 

' — ' maero de otireroa 

(b) ]Al-r«dedoT de cudntae bor&e trabajaron 
eetoa ospleadoB en esla dltj 



de t 



SmcIoii Z.— OAJTOS 



126. iCUibito dlnero ^std para aUjoeatoa de aves de oovlenbre 1, 1933 
a octubre 31, 19i9? 



127. jCi^nto dlnero Be ^atd para allaentoa de aniaakleB de 
I, 1958 a octubre 31, l''''^^ 



(No inclj^a aquf dlnero ^stado para alianntoB de avea) 



12d. iCataAo dlnero ae gasttf pai« abono qulnlco de novlcnbre 1, 19^8 
a octubr* 31, 1959^ 



129. jCudnto dlnero ee eatd en ,)0Tiiftl*s y aalario* d« oovleabre 1, 19:i( 
a octubra 31, 19^9? 



(Ko Incluya aquf dlnero gaatado en aervlcioB doca^vtlcoa) 



Nln- 
Runo 


Ddlarea | 


D 


/oo; 


D 


/r- 


a 


/oo 


D 


/oo 



SoMlCB XL— ZHFOnUCICn /kOICIOBAL 



130. (Eatd todo el terreno de su finca aituado en el 
dIbdd barrio o Bunleipio7 



'D -'D 



(Sl "No," InfOTDB el ndnero de cuerdaa por baj-rlo y nunlclpio.) 



OBSERVACIOKES ; Uaga eual^iler obavrvacldo que aea neceaarla an relacldn con laa coaecbaa y 
rcndlinlento por cuarda, ta^kdo de la finca, dueAo de la finca, etc.... 



sweiaa xn.— npoBw del naoBJuxs 



Minlclplo 

Fecba (Dfa y Mes) 



Feeha (Dla y Hea] 



IrauBTO del DE 



Certlfleado por: 



Inspeccloaado por: 



, J«fe de Crypo 



120 



ENUMERATOR'S RECORD BOOK 



A2- REGISTRO 


PARTE I -- PARA TdOaS LOS SITIOS 


PARTE II — 


03 

c 


Nombre 



Numero 

de la 

carretera 

(1) 


NOMBRE DEI. JETO DE FAMILIA 
(2) 


oArea de este sitlo... 
(Hargue x en una) 


c Es usted. . . 
(Hargue X en una) 


menos 
de 1/4 

de 
cuerda? 

(3) 


1/4 de 

cuerda 

pero 

neims 

de 3 
cuerdas? 

(4) 


3 
cuerdas 



mas? 
(5) 


Dueflo? 
(6) 


Arrenda- 
tario? 

(7) 


Medlanero? 
(8) 


Usufruc- 
tuarlo? 

(9) 


321 
322 




































323 


















324 


















325 
326 
327 


















































328 


















329 


















330 


















331 


















332 


















333 


















334 


















335 


















336 


















337 


















338 


















339 


















340 


















(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(H) 


O) 


• Columna Num. 3: •Coluitina Num. 4: •Columna Num. 5: 

Si maica en el encasillado Si marca en el encasillado num.4, Si marca en el encasillado num. 5 
nume-o 3. pase a la columna pregunte las columnas 6 a 11, pase a las columnas nfim. 12 a 15, y 
nCmcro 15. y pase luego a la num. 15. llene un CXiestionario pa a F.ncas ifAVi. 



PUERTO RICO 



121 





PARA PARCEIAS DE 1/4 DE CUERDA ffiKO 
MENOR DE 3 CUERDAS 


PARTE III " PARA PINCAS 
(Sitios de 3 cuerdas o mSs) 


PARTE - IV 
.>jl. TOOOS 
VOB SITIOS 


iCual fue el valor total 
de las Veritas de todas 
las cosechas, vegetal es 
y frutas cosechadas en 
esta parcela en el 1959? 

(10) 


iCual fue el valor total 
de las ventas de anima- 
les (incluyendo aves y 
productos de animales) 
producidos en esta par- 
cela en el 1959? 

(11) 


Niin. 
del 
(Mes- 
tio- 
narlo 

.12) 


Visitas Adicionales 
ri3) 


Observa- 
ciones 

<14) 


Pecha 
en que 
temino 

(15) 




Recordatorlos 
(Pecha y hora 
de la proxlma 
visita, tele- 
fono. etc. . . ) 


EJitregado al Jefe de Grupo 
(Para uso del Jefe de Grupo} 


Pecha 


Ace ion tomada 
por el Jefe 
de Grupo 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 


$ 00 














281 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


$ 00 














282 


Ninguno 

□ 


1 Ninguno 
$ 00 □ 


$ 00 














283 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 


i 00 














284 


Ninguno 

D. 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


$ 00 














285 


Ninguno 

n 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

D 


$ 00 














286 


Ninguno 

□ 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


$. 00, 














287 


Ninguno 

d 


* 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


t 00 














288 


Ninguno 

n 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

n 


$ 00 














289 


Ninguno 

G 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

n 


$ 001 














290 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


1 

» 00 














291 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


$ 00 














292 


Ninguno 

Z] 


$, 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


( 00 














293 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 


$ 00 














294 


Ninguno 


S 00 


Ninguno 

□ I* 00 














295 


Ninguno 


$ 00 


Ninguno 1 

iJ'i 00 














296 


Ninguno 

n 


$ 00 


Ninguno 

□ 


$ 00 














297 


Ninguno 

LM 


* on 


Ninguno 


$ 00 














298 


Ninguno 

IJ 


$ 00 


Ningi:no 


$ 00 














299 


Ningunoi 


$ (!0 


Ninguno 

□ S. 00 














300 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) 




1 

•Columna Niim. 12: 'Columna Num. 15: 

Al determinar que es una finca, asignele un Entrc la fecha solamente cuando 
niimero al Cuestionarlo para Pincas. Debe asig- haya terminado de preguntar por 
narle este niimero de acuerdo al niimero de fincas la informacio'n requerida en la 
visitadas. Por ejemplo: El Num. l a la primera Forma A2 y en la forma Al, si 
finca que visite, el Num. 2 a la segunda, el es requerida. 
Num. 3 a la tercera. y asi sucesivamente. 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 

AGRICULTURE 



irgin 



MUNICIPALITIES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



U.S. CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1959 

Final Report — Vol. I — Part 54 — Municipalities 



FARMS ' FARM CHARACTERISTICS 
LIVESTOCK and PRODUCTS 
CROPS • FRUITS • VALUES 



Virgin Islands 



MUNICIPALITIES 



Prepared under the supervision of 
RAY HURLEY, Chief 
Agriculture Division 





U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Luther H. Hodges, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Richard M. Scammon, Director (From May 1, 1961) 
Robert W. Burgess, Director (To March 3, 1961 ) 





BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

RICHARD M. SCAMMON, Director 



A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Lowell T. Galt, Special Assistant 

Herman P. Miller, Special Assistant 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 

Julius Shiskin, Chief Economic Statistician 

Joseph F. Daly, Chief Mathematical Statistician 
Charles B. Lawrence, Jr., Assistant Director for Operations 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief International Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Agriculture Division — 

Ray Hurley, Chief 
Warder B. Jenkins, Assistant Chief 
Orvin L. VJiiMHE, Assistant Chief 
Field Division — 

Jefferson D. McPike, Chief 

Ivan G. Munro, Assistant Chief 
Machine Tabulation Division — 

C. F. Van Aken, Chief 

Henry A. Bloom, Assistant Chief 
Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chief 
Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chief 
Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief 
Construction Statistics Division — Samuel J. Dennis, Chief 
Decennial Operations Division — Glen S. Taylor, Chief 
Demographic Surveys Division — Robert B. Pearl, Chief 
Economic Operations Division — Marion D. Bingham, Chief 
Electronic Systems Division — Robert F. Drury, Chief 
Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 
Geography Division — William T. Fay, Chief 
Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 
Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, Chief 
Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chief 
Personnel Division — James P. Taff, Chief 
Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 
Statistical Methods Division — Joseph Steinberg, Chief 
Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 
Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 
Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 



Statistics in this report supersede figures shown in Series AC59-1 and AC59-2, 
Preliminary Reports 

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: A60-9482 



SUGGESTED CITATION 

U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1959. Vol. 1, 
Islands, Part 54 Virgin Islands 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1961 



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PREFACE 

The 1960 Census of Agriculture for the Vir^n Islands was authorized by an Act of 
Congress (Title 13, U. S. Code, Census codified August 1954 and amended in August 
1957.) Section 191 of Title 13 provided that the Census shall include each State, the 
Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Section 191 further provided 
that the census data for the Virgin Islands may be collected by the Governor, or highest 
ranking Federal official, in accordance with plans prescribed or approved by the Director 
of the U. S. Bureau of the Census. 

In accordance with the provisions of Title 13, collection of the data for the i960 Cen- 
sus of Agriculture in the Virgin Islands was directed and supervised by the Governor of 
the Virgin Islands. Ihe actual collection of data was carried out by census enumerators 
supervised by Dr. Alonzo G. Moron working under the direction of the Governor. The plan- 
ning of the Census and the compilation of the statistics were supervised by Ray Hurley, 
Chief of the Agiculture Division, assisted by Joseph Correll and Helen Teir. 

June 1961 ™ 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE: 1959 
FINAL REPORTS 

Volume I — Counties — A separate part for each State. Statistics on number of farms; farm characteristics; acreage in farms; cropland 
and other uses of land; land-use practices; irrigation; farm facilities and equipment; farm labor; farm expenditures; use of commercial 
fertilizer; number and kind of livestock; acres and production of crops; value of farm products; characteristics of commercial farms, farms 
classified by tenure, by size, type, and economic class; and comparative data from the 1954 Census of Agriculture. 

Volume I is published in 54 parts as follows: 



Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 


Part 


State or States 






New England States: 




West North Central — Continued 




Mountain: 




1 


Maine. 


19 


South Dakota. 


38 


Montana. 




2 


New Hampshire. 


20 


Nebraska. 


39 


Idaho. 




3 


Vermont. 


21 


Kansas. 


40 


Wyoming. 




4 


Massachusetts. 




South Atlantic: 


41 


Colorado. 




5 


Rhode Island. 


22 


Delaware. 


42 


New Mexico. 




6 


Connecticut. 


23 


Maryland. 


43 


Arizona. 






Middle Atlantic States: 


24 


Virginia. 


44 


Utah. 




7 


New York. 


25 


West Virginia. 


45 


Nevada. 




8 


New Jersey. 


26 


North Carolina. 




Pacific: 




9 


Pennsylvania. 


27 


South Carolina. 


46 


Washington. 






East North Central: 


28 


Georgia. 


47 


Oregon. 




10 


Ohio. 


29 


Florida. 


48 


California. 




11 


Indiana. 




East South Central: 


49 


Alaska. 




12 


Illinois. 


30 


Kentucky. 


50 


Hawaii 




13 


Michigan. 


31 


Tennessee. 




Other Areas: 




14 


Wisconsin. 


32 


Alabama. 


51 


American Samoa. 






West North Central: 


33 


Mississippi. 


52 


Guam. 




15 


Minnesota. 




West South Central: 


53 


Puerto Rico. 




16 


Iowa. 


34 


Arkansas. 


54 


Virgin Islands. 




17 


Missouri. 


35 


Louisiana. 








18 


North Dakota. 


36 
37 


Oklahoma. 
Texas. 









Volume II — General Report. — Statistics by Subjects, United States Census of Agriculture, 1959. Summary data and analyses of the 
data by States, for geographic divisions, and for the United States, by subjects, as illustrated by the chapter titles listed below: 



Chapter 


Title 


Chapter 


Title 


I 


Farms and Land in Farms. 


VII 


Field Crops and Vegetables. 


II 


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


VIII 


Fruits and Nuts, Horticultural Specialties, Forest Prod- 


III 


Farm Facilities, Farm Equipment. 




ucts. 


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 — Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. Western States 
(Dry Areas) — Data by States for drainage basins and a summary 
for the area, including number and types of irrigation organiza- 
tions, source of water, expenditures for worlds and equipment since 
1950, water used and acres served for irrigation purposes. 

Volume IV — Drainage of Agricultural Lands. Data by States on 
land in drainage organizations, number and types of organizations, 
cost of drainage and drainage works. 



Volume V — Special Reports, Part 1. — Horticultural Specialties. 

Statistics by States and a summary for the United States present- 
ing number and kinds of operations; gross receipts and/or gross 
sales; sales of nursery products, flower seed, vegetables grown 
under glass, and propagated mushrooms; number of container- 
grown plants; inventory products; sales of bulb crops; employ- 
ment; structures and equipment. 

Titles of additional parts of this volume are not available as 
this report goes to press. 



IV 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

THE 1960 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE 

Pi 

History of the Census ^^ 

Legal basis for the Census ^^ 

Training program for enumeration personnel IX 

Enumeration period I'^ 

CENSUS FORMS AND PROCEDURES 

The agriculture questionnaire IX 

The enumeration IX 

Enumeration districts 15^ 

Processing operations X 

Presentation of statistics X 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Descriptive summary X 

GENERAL FARJ^ INFORMATION 

Census definition of a farm X 

Farm operator X 

Farms reporting or operators reporting XI 

Land In farms XI 

Land In farms according to use XI 

Farm ponds XI 

Value of land and buildings XII 

Farm mortgage debt XII 

Age of operator XII 

Birthplace of operator XII 

Residence of operator XII 

Year began operating present farm XII 

Work off farm XII 

Equipment and facilities XII 

Ownership of sources of farm power XII 

Specified farm expenditures XII 

LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY 

Inventories XIII 

Sales XIII 

CROPS 

Crops harvested XIII 

CLASSIFICATION OF FARMS 

Farms by size XIII 

Farms by tenure of operator XIII 

Farms by economic class XIV 

Farms by type XIV 

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VI CONTENTS 



STATISTICS FOR ISLANDS 

State Table— Page 

1. — Population, land area, farms, and land in farms, by islands: Censuses of 1917 to 1960 2 

2. Farms, farm acreage, and value of land and buildings, by Islands: Censuses of 1917 to 1960 3 

3 Farms, farm acreage, and value of land and buildings, by size of farm, by islands: Censuses of 1917 to 1960 U 

4. — Farms, farm acreage, and value of land and buildings, by birthplace and tenure of operator. 

Census of 1960; and by tenure of operator, by islands. Censuses of 1917 to 1960 5 

5. — Years on farm — Number of farm operators according to years on farm, by teniire of operator. 

Censuses of 1917 to 1960; and by islands. Censuses of 1940 to 1960 7 

6 Work off farm — number of farm operators reporting work off the farm, by tenure of operator, 

by islands : Censuses of 1940 to 1960 8 

7. Specified farm expenditures, by tenure of operator — Virgin Islands, total, farms reporting and amount expended. 

Censuses of 1917 to 1960; by islands, farms reporting 1960, and amount expended. Censuses of 1930 to 1960 9 

8. — Farm mortgage debt of full owners and part owners, by islands : Censuses of 1930 to 1950 10 

9. — Automobiles, motortrucks, and tractors — farms reporting, number, by tenure of operator, 

by islands : Censuses of 1940 to 1960 12 

10. — Fanns reporting tractor and animal power, by type of ownership and by tenure of farm operator: Census of 1960 12 

11. — Electricity, piped running water, and telephones on farms — farms reporting, by tenure 

of operator, by islands : Census of 1950 13 

12. — Livestock on farms, livestock and livestock products sold, by islands : Censuses of 1917 to 1960 14 

13. — Specif ied field crops — farms reporting, acres and quantity harvested, by islands: Censuses of 1917 to 1960 16 

14. — Vegetables — farms reporting, acreage, value of vegetables harvested for sale, farms reporting 

vegetables for home use, by islands : Censuses of 1917 to 1960 17 

15. — Specified fruits and nuts — farms reporting, acreage, number of bearing and nonbearing trees or plants, 

quantity harvested, by islands : Censuses of 1917 to 1960 18 

15 Farms and farm characteristics of commercial farms by type of farm: Census of 1960 19 

17. — Farms and farm characteristics by size of farm: Census of 1960 21 

18. — Farms and farm characteristics by economic class of farm: Census of 1960 24 

19. — Farms and farm characteristics by tenure of operator : Census of 1950 28 

20 Farms and farm characteristics by birthplace of operator: Census of 1960 30 

21. — Farms reporting by age of operator, by birthplace, tenure, size of farm, 

type, and economic class of farm: Census of 1960 32 

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INTRODUCTION 

THE 1960 CENSUS OP AGRICULTURE 



Histoiy of the Census.— The i960 Census of Agriculture is 
the fifth United States agricultural census of the Virgn Isl^ids, 
The first one was a special census taken in 1917, by authoriza- 
tion of the Secretary of Commerce. The next census of a^ cul- 
ture was taken in 1930, in conjuncticHi with the population oai- 
sus. Since 1930, a census of agriculture has been taken in the 
Vir^n Islands every ten years, at the same time as the popula- 
tion census. 

Legal Basis for the Census.— The 1960 Census of Apicul- 
ture was authorized by an Act of Congress, as were all prior 
censuses of the Virgin Islands, beginning with the 1930 Census. 
"Title 13, United States Code— Census," codified in August 
1954, and amended in August 1957 and September i960, is now 
the legal basis for the census of agriculture as well as for all 
other censuses and surveys conducted by the Bureau of the Cen- 
sus. Section 191 of Title 13 specifically provides that the cen- 
suses "shall include each State, . . . the Virgin Islands, Guam, 
and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico," as well as other areas 
under the jurisdiction or control of the United States. Section 
19 1 further provides that the census data for these areas may be 
collected by the Governor or hi^est ranking Federal official in 
accordance with plans prescribed or approved by the Director of 
the United States Bureau of the Census (acting for the Secretary 
of Commerce). Pursuant to this provision, collection of data for 
the 1960 Census of Agriculture in the Virejn Islands was direct- 
ed and supervised by the Governor of the Islands according to 
procedures prescribed by the Bureau of the Census. 

Training Pro^Bm for Bnumeration Personnel.— Each supervi- 
sor, crew leader, and enumerator employed for the 1960 Census 
of Agriculture in the Virgin Islands received special training for 
his job. All training was presented according to procedures pre- 
pared by the Bureau of the Census. It included practice inter- 
viewing, practice filling of questionnaires, and detailed discus- 
sion of the instructions given to enumerators. 

Ebumeratdon Period.— The enumeration for the Census of Ag- 
riculture began on April 1, 1960, at the same time as the enu- 
meration for the Census of Population and Housing. The enu- 
meration was completed during the month of April. 

Data for inventory items— land in farms, fruit and nut trees, 
equipment and facilities, livestock and poultry— represent the 
situation existing at the time of enumeration of each individual 
farm. Data for Eicres, production, and sales of crops relate to 
the crops harvested during the crop year 1959. Data for sales of 
livestock and livestock products, and for expenditures, relate to 
the calendar year 1959. 

CENSUS FORMS AND PROCEDURES 

The A^oulture Questionnaire.— The questionnaire for the 
1960 Census of Agriculture was prepared by the Staff of the Cen- 
sus Bureau with the cooperation of the Governor of the Virgin 
Islands and the officer in charge of the Virgin Islands Agricul- 
tural Program, U. S. Department of Agriculture. It contained a 
total of 102 inquiries, some of which consisted of several parts, 
as compared with 85 on the questionnaire for the 1950 Census. 
Selection of the inquiries was based on current needs for agri- 
cultural information as well as on experience gained in earlier 
censuses. 



In most respects, the questionnaire for the I960 Census of 
Agriculture was closely comparable with the one used in 1950. 
Several questions that were asked in the 1950 Census were 
omitted in 1960, while others were added. For example, ques- 
tions about the operator's race and about Irish potatoes, cacao, 
guavas, irrigated land, bees and honey, and kind of road did not 
appear on the 1960 questionnaire. They were repleiced by ques- 
tions concerning nursery crops, forest products, farm ponds, fa- 
cilities, source of farm power, milk and milk cows, sales of live 
animals, and age and birthplace of the farm operator. 

The Enumeration.— The schedule which enumerators used for 
taking the 1960 Census of Population and Housing in the Virgin 
Islands contained the question "Is this house on a farm?" If 
this question was answered "Yes," the enumerator knew imme- 
diately that an agriculture questionnaire was required for the 
farm operator. If it was answered "No," the enumerator was in- 
structed to ask whether the place consisted of three or more 
acres. Here again a "Yes" answer indicated that an agriculture 
questionnaire was required. In the case of a respondent who 
said the house was not on a farm and the place did not consist of 
three or more acres, the enumerator was instructed to ask enou^ 
additional questions to determine whether or not there were any 
agricultural operations on the place and, if so. to obtain a ques- 
tionnaire. For enumeration purposes, agricultural operations 
were considered to be on a place if— 

a. One or more horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, or goats were 
kept on the place at the time of enumeration; 

b. A combined total of 10 or more chickens, turkeys, ducks, 
geese, or other poultry was kept on the place at the time 
of enumeration, or had been kept on the place in 1959; 

c. A combined total of 10 or more &uit or nut trees and 
plants was on the place at the time of enumeration; 

d. Any field crops such as com, sugarcane, or yams were 
harvested on the place in 1959; 

e. Any vegetables, vegetable plants, flowers, ornamental 
plants, trees, seeds, or bulbs were grown on the place 
for sale in 1959. 

The enumerator was also instructed to ask enough questions 
about tracts of land on which no one lived to determine whether 
an agriculture questionnaire was required for the person in 
charge of the land. This instruction was designed to assure 
enumeration of all land used for ei^culture, whether operated by 
an individual, a partnership, a corporation, or an institution. 

EViumeration Dlstriots.- For purposes of enumeration, the 
Virgin Islands was divided into 44 Enumeration Districts, or 
"ED'S." The ED's were clearly outlined on special maps pre- 
pared for the census. Each enumerator was required to canvass 
the entire area within his assigned ED's and to indicate his 
routo of travel on the map. This procedure was designed to as- 
sure complete enumeration coverage of all land and dwellings in 
the Islajids. 

To avoid enumeration of the same place by two or more 
enumerators, the Census Bureau established rules whereby each 
enumerator could determine whether or not he was responsible 
for obtaining the agriculture questionnaire for a given place. If 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1960 



a place was entirely within the boundaries of one ED, the enu- 
merator for that ED was required to obtain the questionnaire, re- 
gardless of where the perscm in charge of the operations lived. 
If a place was partly in one ED and partly in another, the enu- 
merator for the ED in which the person in charge lived was re- 
sponsible for obtaining the questionnaire. In such case, he was 
to report on the questionnaire all the land that the person in 
charge operated in the Virgin Islands, including the land out- 
side his ED. 

Prooessing Operations.— After the completion of enumeration, 
all agriculture questionnaires were sent to the Agriculture Ope> 
ations Office in Parsons, Kansas. There, all questionnaires 
were individually edited and coded prior to tabulation of the 
data. In the editing process, questionnaires that did not repre- 
sent farms according to the Census definition were withdrawn 
fi-om further processing. (See below, "Census Definition of a 
Farm.") The remaining questionnaires were then examined for 
completeness and consistency. Errors in calculations and in 
units of measure, inconsistencies, and misplaced entries were 
corrected. Incomplete reports were adjusted on the basis of 
related information on the same questionnaire or on question- 
naires for nearby farms of similar size. 

In the coding process, numerical codes were entered on all 
questionnaires to classi fy farms by size, in terms of total area, 
by tenure and birthplace of operator, and by total value of £igri- 
cultural products sold. In addition, codes were entered on ques- 
tionnaires for commercial farms to classify them bj' type of farm. 
As necessary for tabulation purposes, numerical codes were also 
assigned to individual items to assure their inclusion in the ap- 
propriate farm product totals. 

After the questionnaires had been edited and coded, the in- 
formation on them was transferred to tabulation sheets. Subject- 
matter specialists of the Bureau of the Census examined' the 
tabulations for reasonableness and consistency. As necessary, 
they made corrections on the basis of a further reappraisal of 
tlie original reports before approving the data for fxiblication. 

Presentation of Statistics.— This report contains data as 
compiled from tiie questionnaires used for the I960 Census of 
Agriculture in the Virgin Islands. Totals are given for each of 
the three islands— St. Croix, St. Jolin, and St. Thomas— and for 
the Virgin Islands as a whole. Comparable figures for preceding 
census years axe given for those items for which information is 
available. 

DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

Descriptive Summary.— The definitions and explanations that 
follow relate only to those items that are considered to be inad- 
equately described in the tables where they appear. Although 
they refer specifically to the 1960 Census of Agriculture, many 
of them also apply to earlier censuses. Most of the definitions 
consist of a resume' of the questionnaire wording, supplemented 
by excerpts from instructions given to enumerators. For exact 
wording of the questions and of the instructions included on the 
questionnaire, see the feicsimile of the 1960 Agriculture Ques- 
tionnaire in the appendix of this report. 

GENERAL FARM INFORMATION 

Census Definition of a Farm.— For the i960 Census of Agj'i- 
culture in the Virgin Islands, the definition of a farm was based 
primarily on a combination of "acres in the place" and sales 
value of agricultural products. The word "place" designates all 
land in the Virgin Islands that was under the control or super- 
vision of one person or partnership. Control may have been ex- 
ercised through ownership or management, or hrough a lease, 
rental, or cropping arrangement. 

All places of 3 or more acres were counted as farms if any 
agricultural operations, as defined for the I960 Census, were 



conducted. Places of less than 3 acres were counted as farms if 
1959 sales of agricultural products amounted to at least $100 or 
if they could normally be expected to produce agricultural prod- 
ucts in sufficient quantity to allow sales of at least $100. This 
additional qualification resulted in the inclusion as farms of 
some places engaged in farming operations for the first time in 
1959 or 1960, and places affected by crop failure or other unusu- 
al conditions. 

To avoid biases arising from an enumerator's personal judg- 
ment and opinion, the Census Bureau did not give enumerators 
the definition of a farm during either the 1960 or the 1950 Cen- 
suses. In the 1960 Census, enumerators were instructed to ob- 
tain questionnaires for all places considered farms by their oper- 
ators, for all places of three or more acres (except nonfarm tracts 
such as parks, military reservations, etc.), and for all other 
places that had one or more eigricultural operations. 

In the 1950 Census, all places, regardless of size, were 
counted as farms if the total value of agricultural products in 
1949, whether for home use or for sale but exclusive of home- 
garden products, amounted to $100 or more. Places for which 
the value of agricultural products was less than the $100 mini- 
mum because of crop failure or other unusual situation, and 
places operated in 1949 or 1950 for the first time were counted 
as farms if they could normally be expected to meet the minimum 
value criterion. I2numerators were instructed to obtain a ques- 
tionnaire for every place that the operator considered a farm, for 
every place of 3 or more acres whether or not it was considered 
a farm, and for every place of less than 3 acres if the agricultur- 
al production in 1949 was valued at $100 or more. 

In both the 1960 and the 1950 Censuses, questionnaires were 
filled for a considerable number of places that did not qualify as 
farms. The determination as to which questionnaires represent- 
ed farms was made during the processing operations. Only those 
questionnaires meeting the criteria for a farm were included in 
the tabulations. 

In the 1940 and earlier Censuses of Agiculture, enumerators 
were given a farm definition and were instructed to obtain ques- 
tionnaires only for those places that met the definition. In 1940, 
farms included all places of 3 or more acres on which there were 
any agricultural operations and places of less than 3 acres if 
the value of agricultural products, whether for home use or for 
sale, amounted to $100 or more. 

Because of changes in price level, the $100 valuation result- 
ed in the inclusion of varying numbers of places of less than 3 
acres in the Censuses of 1940, 1950, and 1960. The fact that 
sales of agricultural products in 1959 was used for places of 
less than 3 acres resulted in the exclusion of some plsices that 
would have qualified as farms if the value of $100 for agricultur- 
al products produced instead of the value of $100 for agricultural 
products sold had been the criterion for qualifying as a farm. 

The farm definition for the 1930 Census was the same as in 
1940 except that places of less than 3 acres with agricultural 
products valued at less than $100 were also counted as farms 
provided they required the continuous services of at least one 
person. In the 1917 Census, a farm was defined as "the land 
under the personal management of a single individual or firm, 
though consisting of different tracts, used for producing animals, 
fowls, and agricultural products, and operated or farmed by his 
labor, the labor of the members of his household, or by hired em- 
ployees working under his personal direction." 

Farm Operator.- The term "farm operator" designates a per- 
son who operates a farm, either doing the work himself or direct- 
ly supervising the work. He may be the owner; a member of the 
owner's household; a hired manager; or a tenant, renter, or share- 
cropper. If he rents land to others or has land worked on shares 
by others, he is considered as operator only of the land which he 
retains for his own operation. In the case of a partnership, only 



INTRODUCTION 



XI 



one partner is counted as an operator. The number of farm oper- 
ators is considered to be the same as the number of farms. 

Farms Reporting or Operators Reportitig.— Figures for farms 
reporting or operators reporting represent the number of farms, or 
operators, for which the specified item was reported. For ex- 
ample, if there were 100 farms on an island and only 75 had 
chickens 4 months old and over on hand, the member of farms re- 
porting chickens would be 75. The difference between the total 
number of farms and the number of farms reporting a particular 
item represents the number of farms not having that item, pro- 
vided a correct report was received for each farm. 

Where applicable, figures are given for the number of farms 
or operators not reporting items that were intended to be obtain- 
ed for eJl farms; for example, years on farm. The number not re- 
porting as compared with the total number of farms or operators, 
indicates the extent of incompleteness of the data for the item 
concerned. 

Land In Farms.— All data relating to land tenure and to land 
in farms refer only to land located in the Virgin Islands. Except 
for managed farms, the land to be included in each farm was de- 
termined from the answers to questions about the number of 
acres owned, the number of acres rented from others or worked 
on shares for others, and the number of acres rented to others or 
worked on shares by others. TTie acres owned and the acres 
rented from others or worked on shares for others were first add- 
ed together and then the acres rented to others or worked on 
shares by others were subtracted. The result represented the 
number of acres in the farm. The number of acres in a managed 
farm was the difference between the total land managed and that 
part of the managed land that was rented to others or worked on 
shares by others. 

In the 1960 and 1950 Censuses, enumerators were instructed 
to record total figures for land owned, land rented from others, 
and land managed fw others, including any part of the land that 
was rented to others. In censuses prior to 1950, enumerators 
were instructed to exclude all \ai\d rented to others and to record 
only that portion of the acreage owned, rented from others, or 
managed for others that was retained by the farm operator. Thus, 
the figures for the individual tenures of land are not entirely 
comparable except for 1950 and 1960. However, the land in- 
cluded in each farm was determined on essentially the same ba- 
sis for all censuses. 

Althou^ the acreage designated "land in farms" consists 
primarily of "agncultural" land— that is, land used for crops, 
pasture, or grazing, and all land that farm operators rented to 
others— it also includes areas of land not actually under cultiva- 
tion nor used for pasture or gazing. For example, the entire 
acreage of woodland and wastelemd that farm operators owned or 
rented from others was included as land in farms, unless reports 
indicated it was being held for non agricultural purposes. 

Land owned includes all land that the operator and/or 
his wife held under title, purchase contract, homestead law, 
or as heir or trustee of an undivided estate at the time of 
enumeration. 

Land rented from others includes not only land that the 
operator rented or leased from others but also land he worked 
ca shares for others and land he occupied rent free. 

Land rented to others includes all land that the operator 
rented or leased to others and all land that he assigned to 
others on shares or on a rent-free basis. For the most pert, 
the land rented to others represents a^oultural land but it 
eJso includes land rented for residential or other purposes. 
For land leased, rented, or worked on shares, the tenant is 
considered to be the operator even thou^ his landlord may 
supervise his operations. The landlord is considered as 
operator of only that portaon of the land not assigned to ten- 
ants. 



Land managed includes all tracts of land managed for 
one or more employers by a person hired on a salary or wage 
basis, A hired manager was considered to be the operator of 
the land he managed since he was responsible for the agri- 
cultural operations on that land and frequently supervised 
others in performing those operations. Managed land was al- 
ways to be reported on a separate questionnaire whether or 
not the manager also operated a farm on his own account. 

Lend in Fanns Aooordlng to Use.-Land in farms as of April 
1, 1560 has been distributed according to the way in which it 
was used in 1959. The land uses described in the following par- 
agraphs are mutually exclusive in that each acre of land is in- 
cluded only once even thou^ it may have had more than one use 
during the year. 

Oopland harvested refers to all land from which any 
crops were harvested in 1959, whether for home use or for 
sale. It also includes land in field crops that were grazed 
when mature or almost mature, land in nonbearing fruit and 
nut trees and plants, and land in nursery products gxo\vn for 
sale. Land from which two or more ctops were harvested in 
1959 was to be counted only once. Land used for other pur- 
poses either before or after the crops were harvested was to 
be reported as cropland harvested, without regard to the oth- 
er uses. 

Oopland in Rowing crops not harvested includes land 
from which no crops were harvested in 1959 but which was 
occupied by flowing crops intended for harvest in 1960 or 
later (primarily sugarcane and pineapples). It does not in- 
clude land in fruit or nut trees, nor land in crops harvested 
or intended for harvest in 1959 even if such land was re- 
planted to crops for harvefrt after 1959, 

Oopland used only for pasture includes land used only 
for pasture or grazing that the operator considered could 
have been used for crops without additional clearing or irri- 
gating, E>iumerators were instructed to exclude any land 
pastured after a crop was heirvested from it. Permanent open 
pasture may have been reported either for this item or for 
"other pasture" depending on wiiether or not the operator 
considered it as cropland. 

Oopland on which crops failed and idle land refers to all 
cropland intended for harvest in 1959 but that was not har- 
vested because of complete crop failure, low prices, labor 
shortage, or other reason; and also to land that had been 
plowed and could be plowed again without first being cleared 
of brush but that lay idle throu^out 1959, 

Noncrop open or brush pasture refers to all land used for 
pasture or gazing in 1959 except cropland and woodland. 

Woodland pasture includes all woodland where livestock 
pastured or grazed in 1959, In the Enumerator's Reference 
Manual, "woodland" was defined as referring "to all farm 
wood lots or timber tracts, natural or planted; and to cutover 
land with young growth which has or vrill have value as wood 
or timber.* 

Woodland not pastured includes all woodland, as defined 
above, that was not used for pasture or gazing in 1959. 

Other land refers to all land not included in the preced- 
ing land-use classificaticms, sada as house and other build- 
ing lots, lanes, roads, ditches, land area of ponds, and 
wasteland. 

Farm Ponds.— All reservoirs for water storage made by ex- 
cavation or by construction of earthen or other dams were to be 
reported as farm pcmds. Natural lakes or ponds were to be ex- 
cluded unless they had been enlarged or improved for holding 
water. The size of each pond was to be reported in number of 
square feet whai the pond was full. 



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UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1960 



Value of Land and Building.— The values presented in this 
report were compiled from operators' individual estimates of the 
market value of their farms. Market value was defined as the 
price which the farm operator would expect to receive for the 
land and the buildings if he were to sell them on the day of 
enumeration. 

More problems and difficulties arise in the enumeration of 
farm real-estate values than in the enumeration of any other ag- 
ricultural items. Most of the items aiumerated require the oper- 
ator to make a statement of fact. Reports concerning the value 
of land and buildings, however, are estimates based almost en- 
tirely on opinion. The majority "of farms have not changed hands 
in recent years and are not currently for sale. For such farms, 
the operators are not likely to have any clear basis for estimat- 
ing the value. An operator who would not sell his farm under 
any circuiiistances is likely to report an xmreasonably high mar- 
ket value while an operator who acquired his real estate during 
a period of relatively low prices may estimate an unrealistically 
low value by current standards. Because of the ejctent of varia- 
tion that is known to exist in real-estate values, it is difficult to 
devise checking pfocedures that will disclose inaccurate esti- 
mates. 

Farm Mortgage Debt.-For 1960 and 1950, the data for farm 
mortgage debt relate to all land owned by an operator, including 
land rented to others. For 1940 and 1930, they relate only to the 
owned land retained by an operator for his own use. 

Age of Operator.— For the 1960 Census, farm operators were 
classified by age into six sige groups. The average age of farm 
operators was derived from the sum of the ages of all farm oper- 
ators reporting age divided by the number reporting. TVie number 
of farm operators 65 or more years of age is an actual count 
based on the operators reporting age. 

Birthplace of Operator.— In the 1960 Census, farm operators 
were classified by place of birth according to whether they were 
bom in the Virgin Islands, in Puerto Rico, or elsewhere. The 
purpose of the question on place of birth was to obtain a valid 
measure of the native language abilities of farm operators as a 
guide to agicultural agents in preparing news releases for dis- 
tribution to farmers. Need for information about language abili- 
ties had arisen since the 1950 Census as a result of the influx 
of Puerto Rlcans into the Virgin Islernds during recent years. 

Residence of Operator.— Farm operators were classified by 
residence according to whether or not they lived on the farms 
they were operating. Some of those who did not live on the farms 
they operated themselves lived on farms operated by others. In 
cases where all the land was rented from others or worked on 
shares for others, the operator was considered to live on the 
farm operated provided the dwelling he occupied was included in 
the rental agreement. Tlie dwelling, in such cases, was not 
necessarily on the land being operated. Similarly, a farm oper- 
atcr who did not live on the land being cultivated or grazed but 
who had some a^cultural operations (other than a home garden) 
at his dwelling was considered as living on the farm operated. 

Year Began Operating Present Fann.— Numerators were in- 
structed to report the year during vAich a farm operator began to 
operate his present farm and, if the year was 1958 or later, also 
to report the month. The year was intended to refer to the first 
year of the period during which the operator had been in contin- 
uous charge of his present farm or of any part of it. 

Work Off Farm.- The extent to which farm operators rely on 
nonfaim sources for part of their income is indicated by the num- 
ber of days worked off the farm during the calendar year preced- 
ing the census. Data from the 1960 Census are comparable with 
those obtained in the Censuses of 1950 and 1940. In all three 
censuses, work off the farm was defined to include work on 
someone else's farm for pay as well as all types of nonfarm jobs, 
businesses, and professions, whether the work was done on the 
farm premises or elsewtiere. Exchange work was not included. 



Equipneot and Facilities.- Data obtained in the 1960 Census 
for the number of motortrucks, tractors, and automobiles on farms 
are comparable with those presented for earlier years. Farm op- 
erators were asked to report the number of each item on their 
farms at the time of enumeration, regardless of ownership. Items 
that were temporarily out of order were to be included but not 
any that were worn out. Motortxuoks include pick-up trucks and 
truck-trailer combinations and also jeeps and station wagons if 
they were used primarily as trucks. T>aotors include all wheel 
and track-laying (crawler) tractors, garden tractors, and home- 
made tractors. Automobiles include jeeps and station wagons if 
they were used primarily as passenger cars. 

In the 1960 Census, for the first time, data were obtained as 
to the presence or absence of electricity, piped running wEiter, 
and telephones. These facilities were considered to be on the 
farm if they were available anywhere on the place, whether or 
not they were in the operator's dwelling. 'Piped running water* 
was defined as "water carried in pipelines by a pressure sys- 
tem or by gravity flow from a natural or artificial source." The 
data in this report represent the number of farms having the fa- 
cilities specified. The difference between the number of these 
farms and the total number of farms represents the number of 
farms not having the facilities (except for nine farms that failed 
to report either their presence or absence). 

Ownership of Sources of Farm Power.— Data recording the 
ownership of tractor power and animal power used on farms were 
obtained for the first time in the 1960 Census, On the basis of 
the reports, farm operators were classified by tenure accca\ling 
to whether they used tractor power, used animal power, or used 
no power on their farms in 1959. The operators reporting use of 
power were further classified into five groups on the basis of 
ownership of the tractors or animals supplying the power. These 
five groups are as follows: 

Source of power owned by (1) the farm operator alone, 
(2) the farm operator and another person jointly, (3) the 
farm operator's landlord, (4) a private contractor, and (5) a 
government agency. 

Twenty-four operators reported use of both tractor power and 
animal power. Therefore, the sum of the figures for operators re- 
porting tractor power and for those reporting animal power is 
3'eater than the actual number of operators who used farm power. 

Specified Farm Ebcpendltures.- The 1960 questionnmre con- 
tained questions for five items of farm expenditures. For eacii 
item specified, the total cash expenditures made for the farm in 
1959 were to be reported, whether made by the farm operator, his 
landlord, or both. A farm operator who rentea part ot his land to 
others was to report only the expenditures for the land he oper- 
ated himself. 

Machine Hire.— Ebcpenditures for machine hire relate to 
custom machine wcrk, such as tractor hire, plowing, spray- 
ing, and hauling. Any amount spent for the labor included in 
the cost of macSiine hire was to be considered as part of the 
total expaiditures. The cost of freight or trucking and ex- 
change work without pay were to be omitted. 

Hired Labor.— Expenditures for hired labor were to in- 
clude total cash payments made in 1959 to family memfc>ers 
and to others fcr farm labor. Payments to persons supplied 
by a contractor or a cooperative organization and paid direct>- 
ly by them or by the crew boss were also to be included. 
Payments for the following types of work were to be exclud- 
ed; Housework; contract construction work; custom machine 
vKiTk; and repair, installation, or construction work done by 
persons specifically employed for such work. 

Feed.— Expenditures for feed for livestock and poultry 
were to include total cash payments made in 1959 for pas- 
ture, grazing permits, salt, condiments, njirteral supplements, 



INTRODUCTION 



XIII 



^^n, hay, millfeeds, and any other items purdiased for feed- 
ing livestock and poultry kept on the place. Fxpenditures 
made for the grinding and mixing of feed and the estimated 
cost of items furnished to the operator by a landlord or oth- 
ers were also to be included. Payments made by a tenant to 
his landlord for feed grown on the tenant. farm were to be ex- 
cluded. 

Seeds, Bulbs, Plants, and TVees.— The total cash ex- 
penditures for seeds, bulbs, trees, vines, shrubs, or other 
plants purchased for the farm in 1959 were to be reported. 
The vaJue of seed grown on the farm and the cost of prod- 
ucts purchased for immediate resale without further cultiva- 
tion and gKmth were to be excluded. 

Fertilizer and Manure.— Expenditures were to include the 
total amount spent in 1959 for manure and commercial ferti- 
lizers of all kinds for use on the farm. 

UVE8TOCK A>fD POULTRY 

Inventoi}ee.— Althou^ the questionnaire for the 1960 Census 
specified an inventory date of April 1, 1960, enumerators were 
instructed to report the number of livestock and poultry on hand 
at the time the questionnaire was filled. Reports made as of the 
day of envmieration have a hl^er degree of accuracy than those 
made for a specific date in the past, even though that date may 
be only a few days prior to the actual enumeration. Variation in 
the reporting dates for different farms is not considered to have 
any significant effect on total inventories inasmuch as the enu- 
meration did not extend over a long period of time. 

All livestock and poultry were to be enumerated on the place 
where they were at the time of enumeration, regardless of who 
owned them. Livestock running loose on unfenced land were to 
be reported as being on the place where the person who had con- 
trol over them had his headquarters. 

Inventory data for milk cows include all cows that had ever 
been milked, whether or not they were being milked at the time 
of enumeratjcn. Data for cows milked and mi'k produced relate 
to the day preceding the enumeration, '".le questions aljout milk 
cows and milk produced were included in the 1960 Census pri- 
marily to serve as a basis for making monthly and annual esti- 
mates of milk production in the Virgin Islands. 

Sales.— Data for sales of livestock, milk, and poultry prod- 
ucts, as obtained in the I960 Census, relate to the calendar year 
1959. Enumerators were instructed to report total quantities and 
gross values, re^tfdless of who did the selling or shared the re- 
ceipts. Products given by a tenant to his landlord and products 
taken from an institutional farm for use by inmates of the institu- 
tion were to be considered as sold. 

CROPS 

Oops Harvested.- The I960 questionnaire was similar to the 
questionnaire used in previous censuses in that it provided for 
the collection of data for all field crops, vegetables, fruits, and 
nuts harvested on an individual farm. Individual inquiries were 
included for all crops commonly grown in the Virgin Islands; 
space was also provided for the reporting of any additional crops 
that were harvested in 1959. In the I960 Census, data were also 
obtained for nursery crops and for value of fewest products sold. 

Acreage of Crops HapveetedL— The area for individual 
crops was reported in terms of acres and tenths of acres ha> 
vested during 1959. In cases where two or more crops, or 
two or more plantings of the same crop, were harvested from 
the same land in 1959, the area was to be reported for each 
separate crop or planting. For field crops, the area from 
which an individual crop was harvested was asked only if 
the quantity harvested amounted to 200 pounds or more. 
Therefore, yields computed on the basis of the area and pro- 



duction figures for field crops harvested in 1959, as given in 
this report, may be sli^tly overstated for some crops. 

For tree fruits and nuts, the figures for acreage and for 
numbers of trees and plants represent the situation as of the 
date of enumeration. The acreage relates to the total area 
in both bearing and nonbearing fruit trees and plants and 
planted nut trees of all kinds. The questionnaire for the 
1960 Census did not include questions for acreage in indi- 
vidual kinds of fruits and nuts. 

The acreage reported for vegetables relates only to the 
acreage harvested for sale and, for nursery crops, to the 
acreage gown for sale. 

Quantity of Qrops Harvested.— Data for quantity harvest- 
ed in 1959 were obtained for field crops and for fruits and 
nuts. Total quantities of each crop harvested were to be re- 
ported, whether the crops were for home use or for sale. 

The units of measure in which quantities were to be re- 
ported have varied for some crops from one census to anoth- 
er. The aim has been to permit reporting in the units of 
measure currently in use. In this report, the quantities hai^ 
vested for each crop are usually exfsessed in the units of 
measure given on the 1960 questionnaire. To provide readi- 
ly comparable information, data published in earlier reports 
in different units of measure have been converted to the 
units used in the 1960 Census. 

Value of Crops Sold.— Data for value of crops sold in 
1959 were obtained for each kind of vegetable and for fruits 
and nuts, nursery crops, and forest products. The gross val- 
ue of quantities sold from each farm was to be reported, re- 
gardless of who did the selling or shared the receipts. 
Crops gjven to a landlord and crops produced on institution- 
al farms for use by inmates of the institution were to be con- 
sidered as sold. Comparable data for earlier years are avail- 
able only for total vegetables. 

CLASSIFICATICW OF FARMS 

Farms by Size.— Farms were classified by size on the basis 
of the total land area established for each farm. According to 
the Census definiticHi, a farm is essentially an operating unit, 
not an ownership tract. All land operated or managed by one per- 
son or partnership represents one farm. In the case of croppers 
or other tenants, the land assigned to each cropper or tenant is 
considered a separate farm, even thou^ the landlord may con- 
sider his entire land holding to be one unit, rather than several 
separate units. 

Famifl by Tenure of Operator.-In the I960 Census, farms 
were classified by tenure of operator on the basis of data re- 
ported for land owned, land rented from others or worked on 
shares for others, and land managed for others. The same basis 
of classification was used in the 1950 Census. 

During the processing operations for the i960 Census, each 
questionnaire was coded to indicate whether the farm operator 
was a full owner, a part owner, a manager, or a tenant. The vai^ 
ious classifications of tenure are defined below: 

Full owners operate only land they own. 

Part owners operate land they own and also land they rent 
from others. 

Managers operate land for others and are paid a wage or 
salary for their services. Persons acting merely as care- 
takers or hired as laborers are not classified as managers. 
If a farm operator managed land for others and also operated 
land on his own account, the land operated on his own ac- 
count was considered as one farm and the land managed for 
others as a second farm. If, however, he managed land for 
two or mca-e employers, all the managed land was considered 
to be one farm. 



XIV 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE : 1960 



Tenants rent frwn others or work on shares iat others all 
the land they operate. 

In the 1940 and earlio" censuses, operators were classified 
on the basis of the land they retained for their own operations. 
A part owner who sublet to others all the land he rented from 
others was classified as a full owner; a part owner who raited to 
others all the land he owned was classified as a tenant. 

Farms by EooncBiio Class.— In the 1960 Census, for the first 
time, questionnaires were coded to indicate the econCHnic class 
of each farm. The economic classifications represent ^oupings 
of farms that are similar in charsicteri sties and size of operation. 
The economic classes were established on the basis of total 
value of all farm products sold or on the basis of total value in 
conjunction with the number of days the farm operator worked off 
the farm. Instituticmal farms were always classified as "abnor- 
mal.* 

The total value of farm products sold was obtained by addi- 
tion of the reported or estimated values for all products sold 
from the farm. The value of livestock, milk, vegetables, firuits 
and nuts, nursery crops, and forest products was obtained from 
the farm operates during enumeration. The quantity sold was ob- 
tained during aiumeration for chickens, chicken eggs, and mis- 
cellaneous poultry. To obtain the value of sfdes for these prod- 
ucts, the quantity sold was multiplied by the estimated average 
price at which the product was sold. 

For each of the field crops, the reported production was mul- 
tiplied by the estimated average price. In the case of sugarcane, 
the quantity produced was always considered as sold. For the 
other field crops, however, the quantity produced was considered 
as sold only if the estimated sales value amounted to $100 or 
more. 

Farms were grouped into two major categories, commercial 
farms and other farms, on the basis of total value of products 
sold. In general, all farms with a value of sales amounting to 
$2,500 or more were classified as commercial. Farms with a 
value of sales of $100 to $2,499 were classified as commercial 
only if the farm operator did not work off the farm 100 or more 
days during the year. The remaining farms with a value of sales 
less than $2,500 and institutional farms were included in one of 
the groups of "other" farms. 

Commercial farms were divided into seven economic classes 
on the basis of the total value of all farm products sold, as fol- 
lows: 

Value of Farm 
Class of Farm Products Sold 

I $10,000 and over 

n $7,500 to $9,999 

m $5,000 to $7,499 

IV $2,500 to $4,999 

V* $1,200 to $2,499 

VI * $500 to $1,199 

Vn * $100 to $499 

Provided the farm operator did not worlc off the farm 100 Or more 
days In 19 69. 

Other farms were divided into five economic classes as fol- 
ows: 



a. Residenttal.— Except for "ahnormej" farms, all farms 
with a value of sales of farm products of less than $100 
were classified as "residential." Some of these are 
farms whose operators worked off the farm 100 days or 
more in 1959. Others represent subsistence or marginal 
farms of various kinds, ' 

b. Part-time.— Farms with a value of sales of farm products 
of $100 to $2,499 were classified as "part-time** if the 
operator worked off the farm 100 or more days in 1959. 
Part-time farms were further clsissified into 3 groups on 
the basis of the value of sales ($1,200 to $2,499; $500 to 
$1,199; and $100 to $499, respectively.) 

c. AhnMmal,— All institutional farms were classified as 
"atmormal," regardless of the value of sales. Institu- 
tional farms include those operated by hospitals, schools, 
agricultural experiment stations, Government agencies, 
etc. 

Farms by Type.— Commercial farms were also classified by 
type for the first time in the I960 Census. The type represents 
a description of the farm business according to the major source 
of income from sales of farm products. To be classified as a 
particular type, a farm had to have sales of a particular product 
or group of products amounting in value to 50 percent or more of 
the total value of all farm products sold. 

The types of farms, together with the products on which type 
classification is based, are as follows: 

Type of Commercial Farm Source of Cash Income 

(Products with sales value represent- 
ing 50% or more of total value of all 
farm products sold) 

Sugarcane Sugarcane. 

Vegetable Vegetables. 

Pruit-and-nut Fruits, nuts, and coffee. 

]3aiiy Milk. The criterion of 50 percent of 

total sales was modified in the case 
of dairy farms. A farm having value 
of sales of milk amounting to less 
than 50 percent of the total value of 
farm products sold was classified as 
a dairy farm if— 

a. Milk sold accounted for more than 
30 percent of the total value of 
prooucts sold and— 

b. Milk cows represented 50 percent 
or more of total cows and— 

c. The value of milk sold plus the 
value of cattle and calves sold 
amounted to 50 percent or more of 
the total value of all farm prod- 
ucts sold. 

Livestock Cattle, calves, hogs, pigs, sheep, 

lambs, goats, and Idds. 

Poultry Chickens, chicken eggs, turkeys, and 

other poultry. 

General Cash inccme from three or more 

sources and not meeting the criteria 
for any other type. 

Miscellaneous Horses, mules, asses, burros, nurs- 
ery crops, and forest products. 

Abnormal All institutional farms. 



STATISTICS FOR ISLANDS 

(1) 



2 ISLANDS 

Table l.-POPULATION, LAND AREA, FARMS. AND LAND IN FARMS, BY ISLANDS: CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960 



Virgin Islands, total 



(For definitions and expLanatlons, see text) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

19i0 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Total population number. 

Approxljnate total land area acres. 

Farms .number. 

r^nrf in fanns. ......■.■•■•■•. - .....acres.. 

Percent of total land area percent.. 

Average size of farm acres. . 



32,099 

84,480 

501 

44,062 

52.2 

87.9 



26,665 

84,480 

'754 

'62,113 

73.5 

82.4 



24,889 

84,480 

828 

55,219 

65.4 

66.7 



22,012 

84,480 

329 

68,322 

80.9 

207.7 



26,051 

84,480 

430 

69,892 

82.7 

162.5 



U,973 

51,200 

315 

34,376 

67.1 

109.1 



12,103 

51,200 

508 

41,241 

80.5 

81.2 



12,902 

51,200 

610 

38,942 

76.1 

63.8 



11,413 

51,200 

193 

47,150 

92.1 

244.3 



14,901 

51,200 

341 

49,206 

96.1 

1M.3 



(For definitions and explanations, see tert) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

'Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Total population number. 

Approximate total land area acres. 

Fauna -number. 

Land in farms acres. 

Percent of total land area percent. 

Average size of farm acres . 

'Revised. 



12,800 

58 

3,369 

26.3 

58.1 



749 

12,800 

'91 

'9,924 

77.5 

109.1 



722 

12,800 

30 
5,855 
45.7 
195.2. 



765 
12,800 

55 

10,316 
80.6 
187.6 



959 

12,300 

26 

10,003 

78.1 

384.7 



16,201 

20,480' 

128 
6,317 
30.8 
49.4 



13,813 

20,480 

155 

10,948 

53.5 

70.6 



11,265 

20,480 

188 

10,422 

50.9 

55.4 



9,834 

20,480 

81 

10,856 

53.0 

IX. 



10,191 

20,480 

63 

10,683 

52.2 

169.6 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 3 

Table 2.-FARMS, FARM ACREAGE, AND VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS. BY ISLANDS: CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960 



Item 
(For definitionB and explanations, see text) 



Vlrglji Islands, total 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 
1950^ 
CApi-.l) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1930 
(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov.l) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov.l) 



Fauns number. 

All land In f aims acres. 

Cropland, total acres. 

Harvested faims reporting. 

acres . 
In growing crops not harvested faims reporting. 

acres. 
On which crops failed, and idle land.. farms reporting. 

acres. 
Pastured f aims reporting . 

acres. 

Pasture other than cropland, total acres. 

Noncrop open or brush pasture farms reporting.. 

acres . . 
Woodland pastured farms reportijlg . . 

acres. . 

All other land acres . . 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting. . 

acres. . 
Other land (house lots, roads, 

wasteland, etc.) farms reporting.. 

acres. . 

Value of land and buildings dollars.. 

Average value per farm dollars . . 

Average value per acre dollars.. 



501 
44,062 

U,302 

296 

4,272 

76 

1,156 

67 

887 

88 

4,987 

21,483 

199 

16,970 

81 

4,513 

11,277 

81 

8,036 

396 

3,241 

64,289,529 
128,322 
1,459.07 



754 
62,113 

16,411 
597 

5,564 
109 
603 
136 

4,132 
224 

6,112 

30,329 
356 

20,712 

144 

9,617 

15,373 

165 

12,225 

543 
3,148 

6,451,050 
8,556 
103.86 



828 
55,219 

13,404 
NA 

4,964 
HA 

2,952 
NA 

5,488 
NA 
NA 

30,521 
KA 

15,496 
KA 

15,025 

11,294 

HA 

7,935 



2,398,546 
2,897 
43.44 



329 
68,322 

NA 
NA 
'6,895 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



NA 
NA 

2,400,711 
7,297 
35.14 



430 
69,892 

HA 

HA 

'39,448 



3,017,341 
7,017 
43.17 



315 
34,375 

8,686 

208 

4,053 

48 

1,051 

38 

376 

70 

3,206 

17,868 

131 

14,422 

36 

3,446 

7,822 
38 

5,870 

248 
1,952 

44,053,921 
139,854 
1,281.53 



508 
41,241 

10,821 

429 

4,763 

89 

552 

77 

2,691 

135 

2,815 

24,381 

ao 

16,797 

82 

7,584 

6,039 

78 

4,705 

365 
1,334 

4,378,287 
8,619 
106.16 



610 
38,942 

11,658 
NA 

4,367 
HA 

2,780 
HA 

4,511 
KA 
HA 

23,012 
HA 

11,187 
HA 

11,825 

4,272 

NA 

2,158 

NA 

Z,UA 

1,840,31A 
3,017 
47.26 



193 
47,150 

NA 
NA 
'6,209 
HA 
NA 
HA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 

1,934,790 
10,025 
41.03 



341 
49,206 

NA 
NA 
'33,581 
HA 
HA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
HA 
HA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 

2,448,531 
7,239 
50.17 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 
1950' 
(J*r.l) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1917 

(NOY.I) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr.l) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr.l) 



of 
1917 
(HOT.I) 



Fame number. . . 

All land In farms acres . . . 

Cropland , total acres .. . 

Harvested farms reporting. .. 

acres . . . 
In growing crops not harvested fans reporting... 

acres . . . 
On which crops failed, and idle land.. farms reporting... 

acres. . . 
Pastxired farms reporting. . . 

acres. . . 

Pasture other than cropland, total acres. . . 

Noncrop open or brush pasture faims reporting... 

acres. . . 
Woodland pastured farms reporting . . . 

acres . . . 

All other land , total acres 

Woodland not pastured farms reporting... 

acres . . . 
Other land (house lots, roade, 

wasteland, etc.) farms reporting... 

acres. . . 

Value of land and buildings dollars. . . 

Average value per farm dollars. . . 

Average value per acre dollars... 



58 
3,369 

829 

8 

14 

4 

4 

13 

379 

5 

432 

1,647 
33 

924 
16 

723 

893 

7 

844 

39 
49 

9,843,144 

169,709 

2,921.68 



91 
9,924 

1,052 

63 

236 

10 

25 

7 

87 

30 

704 

3,077 
65 

1,637 
29 

1,440 

5,795 

40 

5,424 

54 
371 

739,196 
8,123 
74.49 



30 
5,855 

318 
NA 
42 
NA 
7 
NA 

269 
NA 
NA 



1,204 

NA 

1,609 

2,724 

NA 

2,424 

NA 
300 

83,294 
2,776 
14.23 



55 

10,316 

NA 
NA 
'92 
HA 
NA 
NA 
HA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 

NA 
HA 
NA 

NA 
NA 

109,123 
1,984 
10.38 



26 
10,003 

NA 
NA 
'2,086 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

KA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 

U2,790 
5,107 
13.28 



128 
6,317 

1,787 
80 
205 
24 
101 
16 
132 
13 
1,349 

1,968 

35 

1,624 

29 

344 

2,562 

36 

1,322 

109 
1,240 

10,392,464 

81,191 

1,645.16 



155 
10,948 

4,538 

105 

565 

10 

26 

52 

1,354 

59 

2,593 

2,871 

81 

2,278 

33 

593 

3,539 

47 

2,096 

124 
1,443 

1,333,567 
8,604 

lai.si 



188 

10,422 

1,428 
NA 

555 
NA 

165 
HA 

708 
HA 
NA 

4,696 
NA 

3,105 

NA 

1,591 

4,298 

NA 

3,353 



474,938 
2,526 
45.57 



81 
10,856 

NA 
HA 
'594 
NA 
NA 
HA 
NA 
NA 
HA 

NA 
NA 



NA 
NA 

356,798 
4,405 
J2.87 



63 
10,683 

NA 

HA 
'3,781 
KA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 

NA 
HA 

416,020 
6,603 
38.94 



NA Not available. 

'Revised. 

'Acres of crops harvested in 1929. 

'Acreage reported as "ijijiroved land" on the Census date. 



ISLANDS 

Table 3.-FARMS, FARM ACREAGE, AND VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS, BY SIZE OF FARM. BY ISLANDS: 

CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960 



(For deflnltlcsiB and ezplanatlcDS, see tert) 



Virgin Islands, total 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

19X 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 
(Nov. 1) 



Pama, total nunit)er. . 

Under 3 acres number. 

3 to 9 acrea^ number. 

10 to 19 acres number. 

20 to 49 acres number. 

50 io 99 acres number., 

100 to 174 acres number. 

175 to 259 acres number. 

260 to 499 acres number. 

500 to 999 acres number. 

1,000 or more acres number. 

All land in farms, total acres. 

Under 3 acres acres. 

3 to 9 acres' acres. 

10 to 19 acres acres. 

20 to 49 acres acres. 

50 to 99 acres acres. 

100 to 174 acres acres. 

175 to 259 acres acres. 

260 to 499 acres acres.. 

500 to 999 acres acres.. 

1,000 or more acres acres. 

Cropland harvested , total acres . 

Under 3 acres acres. 

3 to 9 acres' acres. 

10 to 19 acres acres . 

20 to 49 acres acres . 

50 to 99 acres acres. 

100 to 174 acres acres. 

175 to 259 acres acres. 

260 to 499 acres acres. 

500 to 999 acres acres. 

1,000 or more acres acres. 

Value of land and buildings, total dollars.. 

Under 3 acres dollars.. 

3 to 9 acres' dollars.. 

10 to 19 acres dollars.. 

20 to 49 acres dollars.. 

50 to 99 acres dollars.. 

100 to 174 acres dollars.. 

175 to 259 acres dollars.. 

260 to 499 acres dollars. . 

500 to 999 acres dollars.. 

1,000 or more acres dollars. . 



501 
56 

199 
87 
57 
42 
18 
10 
13 
10 
9 

44,062 
81 
1,079 
1,134 
1,846 
2,929 
2,427 
2,071 
4,810 
6,971 

20,664 

4,272 

30 

310 

222 

179 

574 

87 

36 

260 

285 

2,289 

64,289,529 
176,900 
3,343,296 
2, 323, 500 
3,600,200 
4,586,050 
8,232,019 
3,789,000 
6,469,064 
6, 628, 500 

25,141,000 



'754 
43 
316 
140 
94 
40 
25 
25 
36 



'62,113 

88 

1,635 

1,344 

2,858 

2,672 

3,392 

5,346 

12,686 

12,456 

'19,136 

'5,564 
55 
736 
510 
416 
199 
223 
283 
717 
440 

'1,980 



'6,451,050 
17,700 
327,433 
325,385 
401,970 
300,020 
537,914 
471,850 
964,053 
952,725 

'2,152,000 



823 
21 
483 
145 
53 
20 
23 
25 
28 
20 
10 

55,219 

36 

2,728 

1,816 

1,526 

1,359 

2,944 

5,473 

10,316 

14,128 

14,893 

4,964 

29 

1,198 

572 

274 

110 

71 

80 

227 

968 

1,435 

2,393,546 
15,450 
247,519 
144,211 
115,115 
77,231 
129,235 
209,925 
324,142 
610,626 
525,092 



114 
34 
35 
15 
14 
29 
38 
23 
14 

68,322 

15 

545 

483 

1,043 

979 

1,929 

6,530 

13,811 

20,018 

22,969 

*6,895 

9 

198 

76 

53 

36 

20 

374 

1,293 

3,251 

1,585 

2,400,711 

2,897 

37,439 

35,383 

56,994 

39,630 

53,320 

299,740 

557,725 

748,755 

568,323 



430 
^219 
30 
19 
13 
19 
17 



16 

69,892 
492 
192 
251 
610 
1,309 
2,468 

21,034 

13,767 
24,719 

*39,448 
480 
172 
215 
503 
763 
1,801 

13,388 

10,260 
11,866 

3,017,X1 
32,584 
13,912 
21,020 
64,785 
57,930 
154,525 

917,815 

972,370 
782,400 



315 
35 

124 
55 
30 
28 

14 

{ t 

6 
8 

34,376 

51 

675 

754 

937 

1,976 

1,875 

f 1,210 

V 3,196 

4,038 

19,664 

4,053 

21 

246 

189 

105 

556 

80 

C 26 

I 253 

233 

2,289 

44,053,921 

125,600 

1,314,096 

1,415,425 

1,592,300 

3,117,200 

2,803,700 

( 2,762,000 

I. 3,692,600 

3,585,000 

23,141,000 



508 
41 

241 
90 
43 
20 
12 
13 
23 
11 
9 

41,241 
78 
1,230 
1,152 
1,422 
1,333 
1,621 
2,771 
8,039 
7,509 

16,036 

4,763 
52 
652 
390 
233 
130 
41 
220 
670 
413 

1,962 

4,378,287 
8,710 
194,103 
222,835 
191,340 
165,895 
166,619 
253,850 
675,805 
434,125 

2,065,000 



408 
103 
26 
8 
3 
12 
21 
15 
3 

38,942 

2 

2,315 

1,260 

694 

555 

1,051 

2,559 

7,649 

10,714 

12,143 

4,367 

2 

1,046 

402 

172 

73 

36 

47 

209 

947 

1,433 

1,340,314 

100 

201,454 

107,526 

59,735 

34,681 

66,300 

141,290 

246,493 

489,633 

493,092 



77 
17 
10 
6 
8 
15 
29 
20 
11 

47,150 

336 

247 

230 

374 

1,124 

3,419 

10,240 

13,694 

17,436 

'6,209 

159 

37 

19 

3 

10 

270 

1,229 

2,392 

1,585 

1,934,790 

26,031 

25,950 

24,604 

25,690 

32,820 

250,465 

481,155 

580,155 

487,920 



341 

'199 

22 

13 

12 

7 

11 



21 
11 



NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

'33,531 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

2,468,531 
NA 



NA 
NA 
NA 



St. Jolm 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 
1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Censtis of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 

(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Farms, total number. 

Under 3 acres number. 

3 to 9 acres' number. 

10 to 19 acres number. 

20 to 49 acres number. 

50 to 99 acres number. 

100 to 174 acres number. 

175 to 259 acres number. 

260 to 499 acres number. 

500 to 999 acres number. 

1,000 or more acres number. 

All land in farms, total acres. 

Under 3 acres acres. 

3 to 9 acres' acres. 

10 to 19 acres acres. 

20 to 49 acres acres. 

50 to 99 acres acres . 

100 to 174 acres acres. 

175 to 259 acres acres. 

260 to 499 acres acres . 

500 to 999 acres acres. 

1,000 or more acres acres. 

Cropland barvested , total acres . . 

Under 3 acres acres. 

3 to 9 acres' acres.. 

10 to 19 acres acres. 

20 to 49 acres acres. 

50 to 99 acres acres. 

100 to 174 acres acres. 

175 to 259 acres acres. 

260 to 499 acres acres . 

500 to 999 acres * acres. 

1,000 or more acres acres. 

Value of land and buildings, total dollars.. 

Under 3 acres dollars.. 

3 to 9 acres' dollars.. 

10 to 19 acres dollars.. 

20 to 49 acres dollars.. 

50 to 99 acres dollars.. 

100 to 174 acres dollars.. 

175 to 259 acres dollars.. 

260 to 499 acres dollars . . 

500 to 999 acres dollars.. 

1,000 or more acres dollars.. 



3,369 
3 
126 
173 
113 
640 
452 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

14 

5 
2 



9,843,144 

7,600 

337,800 

394,175 

90,500 

817,750 

5,323,319 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



'91 

5 

33 

14 

12 

3 

3 

5 

6 

3 

'2 

'9,924 

7 

134 

197 

340 

563 

400 

1,075 

2,306 

1,747 

'3,100 

'236 
2 
26 
27 
29 
37 
15 
19 
39 
24 
'18 

'739,196 
8,740 
63,580 
X,380 
40,950 
29,365 
69,750 
93,500 
172,331 
143,600 
'37,000 



2 

5 
2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
2 

5,855 

53 
22 
149 
127 
295 
334 
1,125 

3,250 



3 

33,294 

2,299 

570 

2,530 

5,000 

2,185 

12,210 

22,500 

36,000 



15 
7 

10 
6 
2 
7 
3 
3 
2 

10,316 

87 

86 

237 

407 

285 

1,5a 

1,261 

2,500 

3,882 

'92 

9 
2 
9 
2 
5 
53 
9 
3 

109,123 

4,945 
1,023 
6,700 
7,290 
4,000 
30,375 
13,370 
19,300 
22,120 



10,003 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



'2,086 
HA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

132,790 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



128 
18 
53 
19 
23 
5 
1 

{ I 

4 

6,317 

27 

278 

257 

796 

313 

(D) 

445 

1,168 

2,933 

205 
9 
59 
31 
74 
18 

10 
2 
2 

10,392,464 

43,700 

1,191,400 

513,900 

1,917,400 

651,100 

(D) 

735,000 

2,196,464 

3,043,500 



42 

36 

34 

12 

10 

7 

7 

5 

10,948 

3 

221 

495 

1,096 

721 

1,371 

1,500 

2,341 

3,200 

565 
1 

58 

93 
154 

32 
172 

44 



1,333,567 

250 

69,745 

72,170 

169,680 

104,760 

301,545 

124,500 

115,917 

375,000 



138 

20 
66 
40 
22 
10 
13 
9 



10,422 

34 

360 

534 

683 

677 

1,598 

2,030 

1,542 

2,914 

555 

27 

139 

170 

101 

36 

35 

17 

10 

20 

474,938 
15,350 
43,756 
36,115 
52,850 
37,550 
60,750 
56,425 
55,149 

116,993 



22 
10 
15 
3 
4 
7 
6 
5 
1 

10,856 

15 

122 

150 

476 

198 

520 

1,590 

2,310 

3,324 

1,651 

'594 

9 

30 

37 

25 

26 

5 

51 

55 

35< 

356,798 

2,-897 

6,463 

3,410 

25,690 

6,650 

16,500 

13,900 

63,200 

149,300 

58,788 



63 

=13 



10,683 
NA 



NA 

NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

*3,781 



NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 

416,020 
NA 
NA 
NA 



NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



D Data not ehoim to avoid disclosure of individual operations 
barvested in 1929; for 1917, acreage reported as "improved land" 



NA Not available, 
on tbe Census date. 



'under 5 acres. 



'For 1917, 5 to 9 acres. 



'For 1930, acres of crops 



VIRGIN ISLANDS i 

Table 4.-FARMS, FARM ACREAGE, AND VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS, BY BIRTHPLACE AND TENURE OF 
OPERATOR, CENSUS OF 1960; AND BY TENURE OF OPERATOR, BY ISLANDS, CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960 



(For definitions and explanations, see text) 



Virgin Islands, total 



Census of 

1960 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 
(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 
(.Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 
(Nov. 1) 



Ftmn operators, total number. 

All land in fams, total acres. 

Cropland harvested, total acres . 

Value of land and buildings, total dollars. 

I^nd owned f aims reporting . 

acres. 

Value of land and buildings dollars . 

Tj,T^rt rented fran others faims reporting. 

acres . 

Value of land and buildings dollars . 

land rented to others fanns reporting. 

acres. 
Value of land and buildings dollars . 

BY BIRTHPLACE OF OPERATOR 

Fazin operators : 

Bom in Virgin Islands number. 

Bom in Puerto Rico ntanber. 

Bom elsewhere number. 

All land in f ams : 

Operators bom in Virgin Islands acres . 

(iterators bom in Puerto Rico acres. 

cjjerators bom elsewhere acres . 

Cropland harvested; 

Operators bom in Virgin Islands acres. 

Operators bom in Puerto Rico acres. 

Operators bom elsewhere acres . 

Value of land and buildings: 

Operators bom in Virgin Islands . . . .dollars . 

Operators bom in Puerto Rico dollars. 

Operators bom elsewhere dollars . 

BY TENOHE OF OPERATOR 

Faim operators : 

Owners number. 

Full owners number . 

Part owners number. 

Uanagers number . 

Tenants number. 

All land in farms: 

Owners acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Portion owned acres 

Mnnngrm .acres 

Tenants acres 

Cropland harvested : 

Owners acres 

Full owners acres 

Part owners acres 

Ifanagers acres 

Tenants .acres 

Value of land and buildings: 

Owners dollars 

Full owners dollars 

Part owners dollars 

Uanagers .dollars 

Tenants dollars 

NA Not available. 



501 

U,062 

4,272 

64,289,529 

413 

24,058 

35,249,786 

96 

3,422 

3,546,476 

20 

459 

1,037,652 



288 
84 
129 



25,083 

6,555 

12,424 



1,089 

440 

2,743 



32,478,710 
9,078,100 
22,732,719 



413 
386 
27 
19 
69 



24,226 
22,329 
1,897 
1,393 
16,939 
2,897 



1,280 
1,179 

101 
2,802 

190 



34,900,310 
32,692,596 

2,207,714 
26,408,419 

2,980,800 



754 

62,113 

5,564 

6,451,050 

571 

39,752 

4,534,414 

177 

5,728 

424,561 

25 

1,422 

138,920 



572 

540 

32 

36 

146 



40,043 

37,039 

3,004 

2,669 

17,763 

4,307 



1,953 
1,839 

U4 
3,149 

462 



4,550,449 
4,108,505 

441,944 
1,6U,795 

285,806 



828 

55,219 

4,964 

2,398,546 

540 

23,390 

NA 

272 

7,047 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



540 

498 

42 

58 

230 



24,107 
22,623 

1,484 

767 

24,782 

6,330 



1,831 
1,585 

246 
2,445 

688 



1,073,357 

1,014,652 

58,705 

1,088,979 

236,210 



329 

68,322 

6,895 

2,400,711 

177 

28,585 

NA 

124 

10,698 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



177 

146 

31 

59 

93 



37,190 
28,585 

8,605 

NA 

29,039 

2,093 



1,919 

1,821 

98 

4,699 

277 



1,236,501 

1,095,189 

141,312 

1,073,356 

90,854 



430 

69,892 

39,448 

3,017,341 

127 

NA 

NA 

247 

3,712 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



127 
NA 
NA 
56 

247 



33,890 
NA 
NA 
NA 

32,290 
3,712 



18,265 
NA 
NA 

18,799 
2,384 



1,169,277 
NA 
NA 

1,704,935 
143,129 



315 

34,376 

4,053 

44,053,921 

247 

16,139 

22,7(X,621 

67 

2,933 

2,577,700 

12 

330 

619,000 



176 
81 
58 



18,052 
6,422 
9,902 



995 

439 

2,619 



21,609,921 
8,914,100 
13,529,900 



247 
233 

14 
15 
53 



16,218 
15,718 
500 
210 
15,532 
2,626 



1,082 

1,001 

81 

2,800 

171 



22,422,221 

21,961,921 

460,300 

19,268,100 

2,363,600 



'1, 

4, 

4,378 

26,1 
3,135 



1, 
122, 



363 

347 

16 

21 

124 



26,159 
23,596 
2,561 
2,452 
11,947 
3,135 



1,257 

1,194 

63 

3,077 

429 



3,115,641 
2,757,367 

358,274 
1,052,270 

210,376 



610 

38,942 

4,367 

1,840,314 

400 

17,265 

NA 

201 

4,243 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



400 
378 
22 
31 
179 



17,423 
16,983 
440 
282 
17,434 
4,085 



1,383 
1,247 

136 
2,418 

566 



805,932 
773,563 
32,369 
840,019 
194,363 



193 

47,150 

6,209 

1,934,790 

91 

20,777 

NA 

71 

6,200 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



25,608 
20,777 

4,831 

NA 

20,173 

1,369 



1,324 
1,324 



4,640 
245 



937,516 
875,016 

62,500 
925,940 

71,334 



341 

49,206 

33,581 

2,468,531 

89 

KA 

NA 

212 

1,843 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



NA 

NA 



NA 
NA 
NA 



NA 
NA 
NA 



89 
NA 
NA 
40 
212 



25,734 
NA 
NA 
NA 

21,629 
1,843 



16,271 
NA 



15,470 
1,840 



950,577 

NA 

NA 

1,457,915 

60,039 



6 ISLANDS 

Table 4.-FARMS, FARM ACREAGE, AND VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS. BY BIRTHPLACE AND TENURE OF 
OPERATOR. CENSUS OF 1960; AND BY TENURE OF OPERATOR. BY ISLANDS.CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960-Continued 



(For deflMtloDB and explanatloDS, see text) 



Cenmis of 

1960 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1940 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 
(Apr.l ) 



Census of 

1917 
(Nov. 1) 



Census of 

1960 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1950 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

19*0 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1930 
(Apr. 1) 



Census of 

1917 
(Nov. 1) 



Pern operators . totaJ number . 

an land In fanna, total acres. 

Cropland harvested, total acres . 

Value of land and buildings, total .... .dollars . 

I^LOd ovned faims reporting. 

acres. 

Value of land and buildings dollars . 

Land rented fran others fauns reporting. 

acres. 

Value of land and buildings .dollars , 

land rented to others farms reporting. 

acres. 
Value of l^nd and buildings dollars . 

BY BliCCHFLACE OF OPERATOR 

Fami pperBtura; 

Bom in Virgin Islands nuDber. 

Bom In Puerto Rico number. 

Bom elsewhere number. 

AT 1 innii in f anns : 

Operators bom In Virgin Islands acres . 

Operators bom in Puerto Mco acres. 

C(>eTators bom el^eidlere .acres. 

Cropland harvested: 

Ct>eTatars bom In Virgin Islands acres . 

Operators bom In Puerto Rico acres. 

Ct>eratarB bam elsewhere acres . 

Value of 1'm'i and buildings: 

Operators bom In Virgin Islands . . . .dollars . 

Cperators bom in i^ierto Rico dollars. 

Operators bom elsevhere .dollars . 

BT TKNDHE OF OPERATOR 

Fans operatom : 

Omers number. 

Full owners .number . 

I^rt omers number. 

UanageTs ............................ .number . 

Tenants .number . 

AT 1 land In f asns : 

OwnerB acres . 

Full osners acres . 

Part owners acres . 

Portian o«ned acres . 

Managers acres . 

Tenants acres . 

Cropland harvested: 

Owners acres . 

Full owners .acres. 

Part owners acres . 

Uanagers acres . 

Tenanta acres . 

Value of land and buildings: 

Owners dollars . 

Full owners dollars . 

Part owners dollars . 

Uanagers dollars . 

Tenants .dollars * 



58 
3,369 

14 

9,843,144 

51 

1,863 

2,451,325 

7 

99 

251,500 



3,183 
186 

11 
3 

4,802,825 
5,040,319 



1,877 

1,836 

41 

27 

1,407 

85 



2,486,825 

2,424,275 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



91 

9,924 

236 

739,196 

76 

5,477 

396,406 

14 

633 

90,340 

2 

52 

3,150 



5,704 

5,399 

305 

124 

3,764 

456 



183 
162 
21 
42 



440,386 
376,966 

63,420 
252,600 

46,210 



30 

5,855 

42 

83,294 

19 

1,157 

NA 

8 

730 

NA 

NA 



1,629 
952 
677 
205 

3,968 
258 



19,734 
14,018 

5,716 
58,410 

5,150 



55 

10,316 

92 

109,123 

33 

3,156 
NA 
12 

2,048 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



4,8U 
3,156 
1,655 
NA 
5,112 
393 



52,915 
37,190 
15,725 
50,948 
5,260 



26 

10,003 

2,086 

132,790 

15 

MA 

NA 

2 

453 

NA 

NA 

NA 



5,992 
453 



845 

NA 

NA 

1,235 

6 



42,370 
NA 
NA 

86,070 
4,350 



128 

6,317 

205 

10,392,464 

115 

6,056 

10,093,340 

22 

390 

717,276 

8 

129 

413,652 



3,848 

133 

2,336 



33 

1 

121 



6,065,964 

164,000 

4,162,500 



115 
106 



6,131 
4,775 
1,356 
1,156 

186 



187 
168 
19 



9,991,264 
8,306,400 
1,684,864 

401,200 



155 

10,948 

565 

1,333,567 

132 

8,225 

1,002,272 

23 

761 

33,420 

9 

130 

13,250 



132 

125 



8,180 
8,042 

138 

93 

2,052 

716 



513 

483 

30 

30 

22 



994,422 
974,172 

20,250 
309,925 

29,220 



188 

10,422 

555 

474,938 

121 

4,968 

NA 

63 

2,074 

KA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



121 
106 



5,055 
4,688 
367 
280 
3,380 
1,987 



421 
318 
103 



247,691 
227,071 

20,620 
190,550 

36,697 



31 

10,356 

594 

356,798 

48 

4,652 

NA 

41 

2,450 

NA 

NA 

NA 

NA 



6,771 
4,652 
2,119 
NA 
3,754 
331 



524 

433 

91 



246,070 
182,983 
63,087 
96,468 
14,260 



63 

10,683 

3,781 

416,020 

23 

NA 
NA 
33 
1,416 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 



NA 

NA 
KA 



KA 
KA 
KA 



NA 

NA 
KA 



KA 
7 
33 



4,598 

KA 

KA 

KA 

4,669 

1,416 



1,149 
NA 
NA 

2,094 
533 



176,330 
NA 
NA 

160,950 
78,740 



D Data not shown to avoid disclosure of Individual pperatlons. 
NA Not available. 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 7 

Table 5.-YEARS ON FARM-NUMBER OF FARM OPERATORS ACCORDING TO YEARS ON FARM, BY TENURE 
OF OPERATOR, CENSUSES OF 1917 TO 1960; AND BY ISLANDS, CENSUSES OF 1940 TO 1960 



(For deflnltlans and explfiimtlans, see text) 



Virgin Islands, total 



Censxis 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Censtis 



1950^ 
(Apr. 1) 



of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1917 

(Nov. 1) 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



1940 
(Apr. 1) 



St. John 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1950' 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1950 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



All fann operators reporting years 
on farm, total 

1 year or less 

Under 3 months , 

2 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 years and over 

All farm operators not reporting years 
on farm, total 

Full owners reporting years on fann, total 

1 year or less 

Under 3 months 

2 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 years and over 

Full owners not reporting years on faun, total. 

Bart owners reporting years on fazm, total 

1 year or less 

Under 3 months 

2 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 years and over 

Part owners not reporting years on farm, total. 

Managers reporting years on farm, total 

1 year or less 

Under 3 months 

2 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 years and over 

Managers not reporting years on fann, total..,. 

Tenants reporting years on fann, total 

1 year or less 

Under 3 months 

2 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 years and over 

Tenants not reporting years on fann, total 

NA Not available. 
'Revised. 



471 
20 
4 
98 
85 

268 



360 

10 

2 

60 

66 

224 
26 



702 
43 
3 
118 
168 
373 



500 

22 

2 

59 

120 

299 

40 

29 

2 

2 

4 

21 

3 

32 
3 

10 
7 
12 

4 

141 
16 

1 
47 
37 
41 

5 



106 
12 
212 
287 
203 



492 

35 
2 
116 
222 
119 



220 
52 
5 
71 
39 
58 
10 



419 
63 
NA 

113 
78 

165 



297 
16 
2 
68 
59 

154 



219 
7 
1 
36 
42 
134 
U 



491 
38 
2 
88 
121 
244 



337 
19 
1 
41 
84 

193 
10 



2 
11 
1 

18 
2 

5 
5 
6 
3 

121 
15 

1 
42 
30 
34 

3 



595 
87 
7 
151 
241 
116 



374 

31 
1 
79 
196 
68 



17D 
44 
2 
54 
31 
41 
9 



120 

4 
2 
19 
19 
78 



132 

4 

1 



105 
3 
1 
9 
20 
73 
20 



183 
17 
5 
57 
32 
77 



104 

4 

1 

35 

19 

46 

2 



19 
5 

1 
7 
1 
6 



3 
15 

7 
17 

1 



8 



ISLANDS 



Table 6.-W0RK OFF FARM-NUMBER OF FARM OPERATORS REPORTING WORK OFF THE FARM, BY TENURE OF 

OPERATOR, BY ISLANDS: CENSUSES OF 1940 TO 1960 



Item 
(For definitions and explanations, see tejct) 



VliBln Islands, total 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



1950' 
(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1950' 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



1950 
(Apr. 1) 



Census 
of 

1950' 
(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 

of 

1960 

(Apr. 1) 



Census 
of 

1950' 
(^r. 1) 



Census 

of 

1940 

(Apr. 1) 



All farm operators reporting work off their farms. 

1 to 49 days 

50 to 99 days 

100 to 199 days 

200 or Dore daya 

All farm operators not worldng off tlielr farms 
or not reporting as to work off their farms 

Full owner