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1 Agricultural Prices ISSN: 97 Released September 9, 0, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Farm Prices Received Index Up.0 percent The Prices Received Index (Agricultural Production), at 0, increased.0 percent from July. At, the Crop Production Index increased. percent. At 7, the Livestock Production Index increased.7 percent. Producers received higher prices for market eggs, lettuce, strawberries, and apples but lower prices for broilers, wheat, onions, and hay. In addition to prices, the indexes are influenced by the monthly mix of commodities producers market. Increased monthly movement of cattle, grapes, calves, and hogs offset the decreased marketing of wheat, soybeans, corn, and hay. The Prices Received Index is down. percent from the previous year. The Food Commodities Index, at 0, increased. percent from the previous month but is down 9. percent from 0. Prices Paid Index Down 0.9 percent The Index of Prices Paid for Commodities and Services, Interest, Taxes, and Farm Wage Rates (PPITW), at 0, is down 0.9 percent from July and down. percent from 0. Lower prices in for feeder cattle, hay & forages, nitrogen, and diesel more than offset higher prices for complete feeds, supplements, herbicides, and insecticides. Prices Received, Prices Paid, and Ratio of Prices Received to Prices Paid Indexes 0 Base United States: 0 with Comparisons Index Group 0 July 0 0 Prices received by farmers Prices paid by farmers Ratio of prices received to prices paid

2 Contents Prices Received by Farmers... Prices Received Indexes, 0 Base United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received Indexes, 909 Base United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received Indexes, 0 Base by Month for Selected Groups United States: 0 and 0... Prices Paid Indexes, 0 Base by Month for Selected Groups United States: 0 and 0... Received and Paid Indexes, Annual Average United States: 0=00 Chart... Crop Farm Received and Paid Indexes, All Items by Quarter United States: 0=00 Chart... 7 Livestock Farm Received and Paid Indexes All Items by Quarter United States: 0=00 Chart... 7 Received Indexes by Month, Livestock Product, All Product, and All Crop United States: 0=00 Chart... Received Indexes by Month, Food Grain, Feed Grain, and Oilseed United States: 0=00 Chart... Received Indexes by Month, Fruit & Tree Nut and Commercial Vegetable United States: 0=00 Chart... 9 Received Indexes by Month, Meat Animal, Dairy Product, and Poultry & Egg United States: 0=00 Chart... 9 Prices Received for Field Crops and Fruits United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Prices Received for Vegetables and Livestock United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Corn by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Wheat by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Upland Cotton by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Soybeans by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Cattle by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Milk by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Hogs by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for Poultry by Month United States Chart... Prices Received for All Wheat, Corn, and Soybeans by Month United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Beef Cattle and All Hogs by Month United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for All Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 7 Prices Received for Winter Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 7 Prices Received for Durum Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Spring Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Oats States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for All Barley States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 9 Prices Received for Malting Barley States: 0 with Comparisons... 9 Prices Received for Feed Barley States: 0 with Comparisons... 9 Prices Received for Sorghum Grain States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 9 Prices Received for Corn States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Prices Received for Soybeans States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Prices Received for Dry Beans States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Peanuts (in shell) States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Sunflower States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Canola States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Flaxseed States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Upland Cotton and Cottonseed States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received and Farm Marketings for Upland Cotton and Rice United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Hay by Type States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Apples States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: 0... Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: July 0... Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: 0... Prices Received for Potatoes States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... 7 Prices Received for All Milk States and United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Received for Milk Cows States and United States: July 0 with Comparisons... Parity Price Overview... 9 Agricultural Prices (September 0)

3 Commodity Parity Prices and Price as Percent of Parity Price United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Commodity Parity Prices United States: 0 with Comparisons... Marketing Year for Specified Commodities... Austrian Winter Peas Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0... Dry Edible Peas Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0... Lentils Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0... Sorghum Grain Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0... Soybean Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0... Austrian Winter Peas Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through Dry Edible Peas Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through Lentils Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through Corn Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through Sorghum Grain Prices Received by Month States and United States: Marketing Years 00 and Soybean Prices Received by Month States and United States: Marketing Year Soybean Prices Received by Month States and United States: Marketing Year Sorghum Grain Farm Marketing Percent by Month States and United States: Marketing Years 00 and Soybean Farm Marketing Percent by Month States and United States: Marketing Years 00 and Reliability of Prices Received Estimates... Prices Paid by Farmers... Prices Paid Indexes and Related Parity Ratios United States: 0 with Comparisons... Prices Paid Indexes and Annual Weights for Input Components and Subcomponents United States: 0 with Comparisons... Paid Indexes by Month, All Items and Production Items United States: 0=00 Chart... 7 Paid Indexes, Annual Averages, Production Items, Interest, Taxes, and Wages United States: 0=00 Chart... 7 Paid Indexes by Farm Type, All Items United States: 0=00 Chart... Paid Indexes by Origin, All Production Items United States: 0=00 Chart... Paid Indexes by NonFarm Sector, Supplies & Repairs, Fertilizer, Machinery, and Fuel United States: 0=00 Chart... 9 Paid Indexes by Month, Feed and Replacement Livestock United States: 0=00 Chart... 9 Feed Price Ratios United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Prices Received Used to Calculate Feed Price Ratios United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Prices Paid for Feeder Livestock United States: 0 with Comparisons... 0 Reliability of Prices Paid Estimates... Information Contacts... Agricultural Prices (September 0)

4 Prices Received by Farmers The Prices Received Index for agricultural production is 0 percent of its 0 base, up.0 percent from the July index but. percent below the 0 index. Crop Production: The index, at, increased. percent from July but is. percent below 0. Index increase for fruit & tree nut production more than offset the index decrease for oilseeds & grains. Feed grain: The index, at, is up. percent from last month and. percent above a year ago. The corn price, at $. per bushel, is down cents from last month but is cents higher than 0. At $7.90 per cwt, sorghum grain is up cents from July and 77 cents above a year earlier. Food grain: At 7, the index for is. percent lower than the previous month and 9 percent below a year earlier. The price for all wheat, at $. per bushel, is down cents from July and $. below 0. Oilseed: At 7, the index for is down. percent from July and 0 percent lower than 0. The soybean price, at $9.7 per bushel, decreased cents from July and is $.9 below a year earlier. Fruit and tree nut: The index, at, is up.9 percent from July but is.0 percent lower than a year earlier. Price increases during for strawberries and apples more than offset price decreases for lemons and grapefruit. Vegetable and melon: At 0, the index for is down 0.9 percent from the previous month but is 7. percent above 0. Price declines during for onions and sweet corn more than offset price increases for lettuce and broccoli. Other crop: The index, at, is down. percent from the previous month and percent below 0. The all hay price, at $ per ton, is down $.00 from July and $.00 lower than 0. At.0 cents per pound, the price for upland cotton is down. cents from July and. cents below 0. Livestock Production: The index for, at 7, is.7 percent above the previous month but is down 0 percent from a year earlier. Compared with a year ago, prices are up for market eggs, turkeys, and calves but lower for milk, hogs, broilers, and cattle. Meat animal: At, the index is up 0. percent from the previous month but is 0 percent lower than a year earlier. At $9.00 per cwt, the hog price is up 0 cents from July but is $.0 lower than a year earlier. The beef cattle price of $ per cwt is down $.00 from the previous month and $0.00 lower than 0. Dairy: The index for, at, is unchanged from the previous month but is percent lower than a year earlier. The all milk price of $.70 per cwt is up 0 cents from July but is down $7.0 from 0. Poultry and egg: At, the index is up. percent from July and 9.7 percent higher than 0. The market egg price, at $. per dozen, increased 7.0 cents from July and is $. above 0. The broiler price, at 7.0 cents per pound, is down.0 cents from July and.0 cents below a year earlier. At 9.7 cents per pound, the turkey price is up.9 cents from the previous month and up. cents from 0. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

5 Prices Received Indexes, 0 Base United States: 0 with Comparisons [Revised historical price indexes for months not shown are available at Index Group Agricultural Production... Crop Production... Grain and oilseed... Feed grain... Food grain... Oilseed... Fruit and tree nut... Vegetable and melon... Other crop Base July 0 0 (percent) (percent) (percent) Livestock Production... Meat animal... Cattle... Hog... Dairy... Poultry and egg Food Commodity Prices Received Indexes, 909 Base United States: 0 with Comparisons [Revised historical price indexes for months not shown are available at Index Group Agricultural Production... Crop Production... Livestock Production Base July 0 0 (percent) (percent) (percent) Prices Received Indexes, 0 Base by Month for Selected Groups United States: 0 and 0 [Revised historical price indexes for months not shown are available at Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Month January... February... March... April... May... June... July September... October... November... December... Agricultural Production Crop Production 0 Base Livestock Production Food Commodities (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) Agricultural Prices (September 0)

6 Prices Paid Indexes, 0 Base by Month for Selected Groups United States: 0 and 0 [Revised historical price indexes for months not shown are available at Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Month January... February... March... April... May... June... July September... October... November... December... All Items (PPITW) Production 0 Base Crop Sector Livestock Sector (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) (percent) Received and Paid Indexes, Annual Average United States: 0=00 Percent Paid Received Agricultural Prices (September 0)

7 Crop Farm Received and Paid Indexes, All Items by Quarter United States: 0=00 Percent Paid Received Livestock Farm Received and Paid Indexes, All Items by Quarter United States: 0=00 Percent Paid Received Agricultural Prices (September 0) 7

8 Received Indexes by Month, Livestock Product, All Product, and All Crop United States: 0=00 Percent Livestock Product All Product All Crop Received Indexes by Month, Food Grain, Feed Grain, and Oilseed United States: 0=00 Percent Food Grain Feed Grain Oilseed Agricultural Prices (September 0)

9 Received Indexes by Month, Fruit & Tree Nut and Commercial Vegetable United States: 0=00 Percent Fruit & Tree Nut Commercial Vegetable Received Indexes by Month, Meat Animal, Dairy Product, and Poultry & Egg United States: 0=00 Percent Meat Animal Dairy Product Poultry & Egg Agricultural Prices (September 0) 9

10 Prices Received for Field Crops and Fruits United States: 0 with Comparisons Commodity 0 Base Price 0 July 0 0 Field crops Austrian winter peas... dollars/cwt Barley, all... dollars/bushel Feed... dollars/bushel Malting... dollars/bushel Beans, dry edible... dollars/cwt Canola... dollars/cwt Chickpeas, all... dollars/cwt Large... dollars/cwt Small... dollars/cwt Corn... dollars/bushel Cotton, Upland... dollars/pound Cottonseed...dollars/ton Flaxseed... dollars/bushel Hay, all, baled...dollars/ton Alfalfa...dollars/ton Other...dollars/ton Lentils... dollars/cwt Oats... dollars/bushel Peanuts, inshell... dollars/pound Peas, dry edible... dollars/cwt Potatoes... dollars/cwt Rice, all... dollars/cwt Long... dollars/cwt Medium and short... dollars/cwt Sorghum grain... dollars/cwt Soybeans... dollars/bushel Sunflowers, all... dollars/cwt Wheat, all... dollars/bushel Winter... dollars/bushel Durum... dollars/bushel Other spring... dollars/bushel Hard red winter... dollars/bushel Soft red winter... dollars/bushel Hard red spring... dollars/bushel White... dollars/bushel Fruits Citrus, equivalent ontree Grapefruit... dollars/box Lemons... dollars/box Oranges... dollars/box Tangelos... dollars/box Tangerines and mandarins... dollars/box Noncitrus, fresh Apples... dollars/pound Grapes...dollars/ton Peaches...dollars/ton Pears...dollars/ton Strawberries... dollars/cwt ,0.00, , ,70.00, Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Not available. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Equivalent packinghousedoor returns for California, Michigan, New York (apples only), and Washington (apples, peaches, and pears). Prices as sold for other states. 0 Agricultural Prices (September 0)

11 Prices Received for Vegetables and Livestock United States: 0 with Comparisons [Price data source for livestock and poultry commodities is United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service] Commodity 0 Base Price 0 July 0 0 Vegetables, fresh Asparagus... dollars/cwt Beans, snap... dollars/cwt Broccoli... dollars/cwt Cantaloupes... dollars/cwt Carrots... dollars/cwt Cauliflower... dollars/cwt Celery... dollars/cwt Corn, sweet... dollars/cwt Cucumbers... dollars/cwt Lettuce... dollars/cwt Onions... dollars/cwt Tomatoes... dollars/cwt Livestock Calves... dollars/cwt Cattle, all beef... dollars/cwt Cows... dollars/cwt Steers and heifers... dollars/cwt Milk cows... dollars/head Hogs, all... dollars/cwt Barrows and gilts... dollars/cwt Sows... dollars/cwt Dairy and poultry Milk, all 7... dollars/cwt Fat test... percent Broilers, live... dollars/pound Eggs, all 9... dollars/dozen Market dollars/dozen Turkeys, live... dollars/pound Adjusted for seasonal variation Eggs, all... dollars/dozen Seasonal factor... percent Milk, all 7... dollars/cwt Seasonal factor... percent Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Not available. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Beginning January 00, point of first sale. FOB shipping point for prior years. Monthly estimates began January 99. Includes some processing. Beef cows and cull dairy cows sold for slaughter. Animals sold for dairy herd replacement only. Prices available for January, April, July, and October. Milk cow prices are for July 0, April 0, and July 0. 7 Before deductions for hauling. Includes quality, quantity, and other premiums. Excludes hauling subsidies. Live weight equivalent price. 9 Midmonth price. 0 Also referred to as table eggs. Live weight equivalent price is used when actual live weight price is not available. Beginning January 0, price reflects FOB shipping point basis. Prior year price reflects delivered basis Agricultural Prices (September 0)

12 Prices Received for Corn by Month United States Dollars per bushel Prices Received for Wheat by Month United States Dollars per bushel Agricultural Prices (September 0)

13 Prices Received for Upland Cotton by Month United States Dollars per pound Prices Received for Soybeans by Month United States Dollars per bushel Agricultural Prices (September 0)

14 Prices Received for Cattle by Month United States Dollars per cwt Calves Steers & Heifers All Beef Cattle Cows Prices Received for Milk by Month United States Dollars per cwt Agricultural Prices (September 0)

15 Prices Received for Hogs by Month United States Dollars per cwt Prices Received for Poultry by Month United States Dollars per pound Turkeys Broilers Agricultural Prices (September 0)

16 Prices Received for All Wheat, Corn, and Soybeans by Month United States: 0 with Comparisons [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Month January... February... March... April... May... June... July September... October... November... December... All wheat Corn Soybeans Prices Received for Beef Cattle and All Hogs by Month United States: 0 with Comparisons [Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun] Month January... February... March... April... May... June... July September... October... November... December... Cows and steers & heifers. Barrows & gilts and sows. Beef cattle All hogs Agricultural Prices (September 0)

17 Prices Received for All Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Arizona... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Idaho... Illinois... Indiana... Kansas... Michigan... Minnesota Missouri... Montana... Nebraska... North Carolina... North Dakota... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... South Dakota... Texas... Washington United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Prices Received for Winter Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Arkansas... California... Colorado... Idaho... Illinois... Indiana... Kansas... Michigan... Minnesota... Missouri Montana... Nebraska... North Carolina... North Dakota... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... South Dakota... Texas... Washington United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Agricultural Prices (September 0) 7

18 Prices Received for Durum Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Arizona... California... Idaho... Montana... North Dakota United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate Prices Received for Spring Wheat States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Colorado... Idaho... Minnesota... Montana... North Dakota... Oregon... South Dakota... Washington United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Prices Received for Oats States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Illinois... Iowa... Michigan... Minnesota... Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Dakota... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Texas... Wisconsin United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate....0 Agricultural Prices (September 0)

19 Prices Received for All Barley States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 California... Colorado... Idaho... Minnesota... Montana... North Dakota... Oregon... Utah... Washington... Wyoming United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Prices Received for Malting Barley States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Idaho... Minnesota... Montana... North Dakota... Wyoming United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Prices Received for Feed Barley States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Idaho... Minnesota... Montana... North Dakota... Wyoming United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Prices Received for Sorghum Grain States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Arkansas... Illinois... Kansas... Louisiana... Missouri... Nebraska... Oklahoma... Texas United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate Agricultural Prices (September 0) 9

20 Prices Received for Corn States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Colorado... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Kansas... Kentucky... Michigan... Minnesota... Missouri... Nebraska North Carolina... North Dakota... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Tennessee... Texas... Wisconsin United States Prices Received for Soybeans States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Arkansas... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Kansas... Kentucky... Louisiana... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi Missouri... Nebraska... North Carolina... North Dakota... Ohio... South Dakota... Tennessee... Wisconsin United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations Agricultural Prices (September 0)

21 Prices Received for Dry Beans States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 California... Colorado... Idaho... Michigan... Minnesota... Nebraska... North Dakota United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Prices Received for Peanuts (in shell) States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Alabama... Florida... Georgia... Mississippi... New Mexico... North Carolina... Oklahoma... South Carolina... Texas... Virginia... pound) pound) pound) United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Prices Received for Sunflower States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Colorado... Kansas... Minnesota... North Dakota... South Dakota United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Prices Received for Canola States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 Minnesota... North Dakota United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

22 Prices Received for Flaxseed States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 North Dakota United States Prices Received for Upland Cotton and Cottonseed States and United States: 0 with Comparisons [Cottonseed marketing year February] State Alabama... Arizona... Arkansas... California... Georgia... Louisiana... Mississippi... North Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... 0 Cotton, Upland July Cottonseed July 0 0 pound) pound) pound) ton) ton) ton) United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Not available. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate Prices Received and Farm Marketings for Upland Cotton and Rice United States: 0 with Comparisons Item 0 July 0 0 Cotton, Upland Average price... dollars/pound Marketings...,000 bales Rice, all Average price... dollars/cwt Marketings...,000 cwt.0 9,79.0,7.0 0, Rice, long Average price... dollars/cwt Marketings...,000 cwt.0 7, 9.9, 0.0, Rice, medium and short California Average price... dollars/cwt Other States Average price... dollars/cwt United States Average price... dollars/cwt Marketings...,000 cwt Marketings based on a survey of cotton buyers in the major producing States Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Purchases by private firms and rice (rough equivalent) shipped by cooperatives. Other States include Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas. 0.0,0.0,0 7.0,0 Agricultural Prices (September 0)

23 Prices Received for Hay by Type States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State Arizona... California... Colorado... Idaho... Illinois... Iowa... Kansas... Kentucky... Michigan... Minnesota... 0 ton) All hay Alfalfa hay Other hay July 0 ton) ton) ton) July 0 ton) ton) ton) July 0 ton) ton) Missouri... Montana... Nebraska... Nevada... New Mexico... New York... North Dakota... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Texas... Utah... Washington... Wisconsin... Wyoming United States Prices Received for Apples States and United States: 0 with Comparisons [Equivalent packinghousedoor returns for California, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington. Prices at point of first sale for other States] State California... Michigan... New York... Pennsylvania... Virginia... Washington... Apples, fresh use 0 July 0 0 pound) pound) pound) United States Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

24 Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: 0 [Net pounds per box: grapefruit in California0, Florida, Texas0; lemons0; oranges in California0, Florida90, Texas; tangelos90; tangerines and mandarins in Arizona and California0, Florida9] Commodity, State, and type Grapefruit California... Florida, all... White... Colored... Texas... FOB packed fresh box) Packinghouse door Equivalent returns Ontree All Fresh Process All Fresh Process box) 9.7 box) box) box).0 box) box) United States Lemons Arizona... California United States Oranges California, all... Navel and miscellaneous... Valencia Florida, all... Early and mids... Valencia... United States Tangelos Florida... United States... Tangerines and mandarins Arizona... California... Florida... United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Some processed sales included in fresh sales. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

25 Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: July 0 [Net pounds per box: grapefruit in California0, Florida, Texas0; lemons0; oranges in California0, Florida90, Texas; tangelos90; tangerines and mandarins in Arizona and California0, Florida9] Commodity, State, and type Grapefruit California... Florida, all... White... Colored... Texas... FOB packed fresh box) Packinghouse door Equivalent returns Ontree All Fresh Process All Fresh Process box). box) box) box) 9. box) box) United States Lemons Arizona... California United States Oranges California, all... Navel and miscellaneous... Valencia Florida, all... Early and mids... Valencia... United States Tangelos Florida... United States... Tangerines and mandarins Arizona... California... Florida... United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Some processed sales included in fresh sales. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

26 Prices Received for Citrus Fruits by Utilization States and United States: 0 [Net pounds per box: grapefruit in California0, Florida, Texas0; lemons0; oranges in California0, Florida90, Texas; tangelos90; tangerines and mandarins in Arizona and California0, Florida9] Commodity, State, and type Grapefruit California... Florida, all... White... Colored... Texas... FOB packed fresh box) Packinghouse door Equivalent returns Ontree All Fresh Process All Fresh Process box). box) box) box).7 box) box) United States Lemons Arizona... California United States Oranges California, all... Navel and miscellaneous... Valencia Florida, all... Early and mids... Valencia... United States Tangelos Florida... United States... Tangerines and mandarins Arizona... California... Florida... United States... Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Some processed sales included in fresh sales. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

27 Prices Received for Potatoes States and United States: 0 with Comparisons State 0 July 0 0 California, all... Spring... Fall... Colorado, all... Fresh... Florida... Idaho, all... Fresh... Processing... Maine Michigan... Minnesota... New York... North Carolina... North Dakota, all... Fresh... Processing... Oregon... Texas... Virginia Washington, all... Processing... Wisconsin, all... Fresh... Processing United States, all... Fresh... Processing Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Average price of potatoes sold for all uses, including table stock, processing, seed, and livestock feed. Fresh market prices only. Includes table stock prices Agricultural Prices (September 0) 7

28 Prices Received for All Milk States and United States: 0 with Comparisons [Before deduction for hauling. Includes quality, quantity, and other premiums. Excludes hauling subsidies] State Arizona... California... Colorado... Florida... Idaho... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Kansas... Michigan... 0 July 0 0 Price Fat test Price Fat test Price Fat test (percent) (percent) (percent) Minnesota... New Mexico... New York... Ohio... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Texas... Utah... Vermont Virginia... Washington... Wisconsin United States Prices Received for Milk Cows States and United States: July 0 with Comparisons [Animals sold for dairy herd replacement only. Quarterly United States milk cow prices are based on revised milk cow inventory] State July 0 April 0 July 0 Arizona... California... Colorado... Florida... Idaho... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Kansas... Michigan... head) head) head),00.00,000.00,00.00,900.00,000.00,0.00,0.00,990.00,00.00,90.00,000.00,000.00,00.00,00.00,900.00,000.00,900.00,90.00,90.00,00.00,00.00,00.00,00.00,00.00,000.00,000.00,90.00,00.00,000.00,00.00 Minnesota... New Mexico... New York... Ohio... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Dakota... Texas... Utah... Vermont...,90.00,90.00,00.00,00.00,900.00,0.00,90.00,000.00,0.00,0.00,0.00,000.00,0.00,0.00,000.00,90.00,0.00,000.00,900.00,0.00,0.00,000.00,90.00,0.00,000.00,90.00,900.00,000.00,000.00,90.00 Virginia... Washington... Wisconsin...,90.00,90.00,00.00,90.00,0.00,00.00,90.00,90.00, United States...,970.00,970.00,00.00 Agricultural Prices (September 0)

29 Parity Price Overview Parity prices, based on data from January 0, and adjusted base price data from which parity prices are computed are presented in the tables on the following pages. Parity prices are computed under the provisions of Title III. Subtitle A, Section 0(a) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 9 as amended by the Agricultural Acts of 9, 99, 9, and 9. The parity prices shown in this report are based on the provisions of the amended Act. Briefly, the actual method of computation is as follows: a. The average of prices received by farmers for individual commodities for the 0 preceding years is calculated (for 0, the 0average includes the years 000). An allowance for unredeemed loans and other supplemental payments resulting from price support programs, such as the deficiency payments for grains and cotton, is included for those commodities for which applicable. b. This 0year average is divided by the average of the Index of Prices Received by Farmers for the same 0 preceding calendar years, adjusted to include an allowance for unredeemed loans and other supplemental price support operations, to give an "adjusted base price". c. Parity prices are computed by multiplying the "adjusted base prices" by the current Parity Index (the Index of Prices Paid by Farmers, including Interest, Taxes, and Wage Rates, 909=00). Parity prices are calculated in terms of prices received by farmers in the local markets in which they ordinarily sell. This means that the parity prices apply to the average of all classes and grades of the commodity as sold by all farmers in the United States, except as otherwise specified. Fruits and vegetables for fresh use and for processing are usually considered separate commodities and separate parity prices are calculated. The Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 97 provided for parity prices for certain commodities covered by a marketing agreement or order program. Under present legislation, United States parity prices, with appropriate adjustments where needed, may be used for the purpose of this Act. Agricultural Prices (September 0) 9

30 Commodity Parity Prices and Price as Percent of Parity Price United States: 0 with Comparisons [Parity prices are computed under the provisions of Title III, Subtitle a, Section 0 (a) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 9 as amended by the Agricultural Acts of 9, 99, and 9. See January Agricultural Prices for details on adjusted base price and parity price computations. Parity data not available for blank cells. Primary source of data for livestock and milk prices is United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service] Commodity and unit Basic commodities All wheat... bushel Rice... cwt Corn... bushel Cotton Upland...pound American Pima...pound Peanuts...pound Small chickpeas... cwt Large chickpeas... cwt Lentils... cwt Adjusted base price 0 Parity price July Price as percent of parity July 0 0 (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) (percent) (percent) (percent) Designated nonbasic All milk, to plants... cwt Honey, extracted...pound Wool and mohair Wool...pound Mohair...pound Other nonbasic Apples, fresh...pound Barley... bushel Canola... cwt Cottonseed... ton Dry edible beans... cwt Flaxseed... bushel Oats... bushel Potatoes... cwt Sorghum grain... cwt Soybeans... bushel Sunflower, all... cwt Citrus (equivalent ontree) Grapefruit... box Lemons... box Oranges... box Tangerines... box Livestock and poultry Beef cattle... cwt Calves... cwt Hogs... cwt Eggs... dozen Turkeys, live...pound Not available. Parity prices began January 0. Seasonally adjusted price as percentage of parity price. Wholesale extracted. Adjusted base price derived from state annual averages prices weighted by production. For 9 through 9 the national averages are the support prices. Equivalent packinghousedoor returns for California, New York, Oregon, and Washington. Price at point of first sale for other states Agricultural Prices (September 0)

31 Commodity Parity Prices United States: 0 with Comparisons [Parity prices are computed under the provisions of Title III, Subtitle a, Section 0 (a) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 9 as amended by the Agricultural Acts of 9, 99, and 9. See January Agricultural Prices for details on adjusted base price and parity price computations] Commodity and unit Field crops and miscellaneous Hops... pound Mustard seed... cwt Rapeseed... cwt Rye... bushel Safflower... cwt Spearmint oil... pound Sweet potatoes... cwt Adjusted base price 0 Parity price July 0 0 (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) Tobacco Fluecured,... pound Firecured,... pound Burley,... pound Maryland,... pound Dark aircured, 7... pound Pennsylvania seedleaf,... pound Cigar binder,... pound Noncitrus fruit Apples, processing... ton Apricots Fresh... ton Dried (California)... ton Avocados... ton Cherries Sweet... ton Tart... pound Cranberry... barrel Dates (California)... ton , ,70.00,0.00, , ,0.00 7,0.00,00.00, , , ,0.00,0.00, ,0.00 Grapes (California) Raisin variety... ton Wine, processing... ton Kiwifruit... ton Nectarines, fresh (California)... ton Olives, canning (California)... ton ,70.00,90.00,70.00,0.00,0.00,970.00,0.00,00.00,0.00,0.00,90.00,0.00,70.00,00.00 See footnote(s) at end of table. continued Agricultural Prices (September 0)

32 Commodity Parity Prices United States: 0 with Comparisons (continued) [Parity prices are computed under the provisions of Title III, Subtitle a, Section 0 (a) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 9 as amended by the Agricultural Acts of 9, 99, and 9. See January Agricultural Prices for details on adjusted base price and parity price computations] Commodity and unit Noncitrus fruit continued Papayas (Hawaii)... pound Peaches Fresh... ton Dried (California)... ton Processing, excludes dried Clingstone (California)... ton Adjusted base price 0 Parity price July 0 0 (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) ,0.00, ,70.00, ,0.00, Pears, Fresh... ton Plums (California) equivalent ontree Fresh 7... ton Prunes, dried (California)... ton Prunes and plums Fresh, excludes California 7... ton Processing, excludes dried... ton Strawberries Fresh 0... pound Processing... pound Sugar crops Sugarbeets... ton Sugarcane... ton ,70.00,0.00,70.00, ,700.00,0.00,0.00, ,90.00,0.00,00.00, Tree nuts 9 Almonds... pound Hazelnuts... ton Pistachios... pound Walnuts... ton ,0.00., , ,0.00.9,00.00.,0.00 Vegetables, fresh 0 Carrots... cwt Cauliflower... cwt Celery... cwt Honeydew melons... cwt Lettuce... cwt Onions... cwt Tomatoes... cwt Not available. Equivalent returns at processing plant door. Adjusted base price is carried forward from the previous year since current marketing year average price is not yet available. Equivalent returns at packinghouse door. Equivalent returns for bulk fruit at first delivery point. Dried basis. Equivalent packinghousedoor returns for California, New York (apples only), Oregon (except peaches), and Washington. Price at point of first sale for other states. 7 Based on "as sold" prices for fresh fruit in all states. Relates to prices including average conditional payments per ton made under the sugar acts of 97 and 9. Crop deficiency and abandonment payments not included. 9 Prices InShell basis except almonds which are shelled basis. 0 FOB shipping point price. Includes some processing Agricultural Prices (September 0)

33 Marketing Year for Specified Commodities Austrian Winter Peas: July to June 0 for United States, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. Dry Edible Peas: July to June 0 for United States, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, and Washington. Lentils: July to June 0 for United States, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and Washington. Corn for grain: September to for United States, Arizona, California, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Virginia, and West Virginia; July to June 0 for Texas; to July for Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee; October to September 0 for Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Sorghum for grain: September to for United States, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, and South Dakota; June to May for Texas; to July for Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Soybeans: September to for United States and all States except Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas; July to June 0 for Texas; to July for Louisiana and Mississippi. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

34 Austrian Winter Peas Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0 State Idaho... Montana... Oregon... (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) United States Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Dry Edible Peas Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0 [Excludes both wrinkled seed peas and Austrian winter peas] State Idaho... Montana... North Dakota... Oregon... Washington... (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) United States Lentils Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0 State Idaho... Montana... North Dakota... Washington... (dollars) (dollars) (dollars) United States Sorghum Grain Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0 State Arizona... Arkansas... Colorado... Georgia... Illinois... Kansas... Louisiana... Mississippi... Missouri... Nebraska New Mexico... Oklahoma... South Dakota... Texas United States Agricultural Prices (September 0)

35 Soybean Market Year Average Prices Received States and United States: Marketing Years 0 through 0 State Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Kansas... Kentucky Louisiana... Maryland... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... Nebraska... New Jersey... New York... North Carolina North Dakota... Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin United States Agricultural Prices (September 0)

36 Austrian Winter Peas Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through 00 [Marketing year average (MYA) prices are weighted average prices for the United States marketing year of July June. Monthly farm marketings, based on a sample survey, as percent of total used for calculating MYA prices] Month July September... October... November... December... January... February... March... April... May... June... Prices received Farm marketing percentages (percent) (percent) (percent) MYA Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. Second year. Dry Edible Peas Prices Received and Farm Marketings by Month United States: Marketing Years 00 through 00 [Marketing year average (MYA) prices are weighted average prices for the United States marketing year of July June. Monthly farm marketings, based on a sample survey, as percent of total used for calculating MYA prices] Month July September... October... November... December... January... February... March... April... May... June... Prices received Farm marketing percentages (percent) (percent) (percent) MYA Second year. Agricultural Prices (September 0)

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