Economic Indicators of the Farm Sector: Income and balance sheet statistics

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The Service, 1982 - Agricultural credit
 

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Page 85 - Includes all income received by farm residents from nonfarm sources such as wages and salaries from nonfarm employment, nonfarm business and professional income, rents from nonfarm real estate, dividends, interest, royalties, unemployment compensation and social security payments.
Page 87 - Includes returns from farming operations to resident farm operators for their capital, labor and management, after deduction of farm production expenses. (There is no allowance in the item "farm production expenses...
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Page 138 - Repairs and maintenance of buildings, repairs and operation of motor vehicles and other machinery, and petroleum fuel and oil used in the farm business.
Page 55 - Reflects the physical changes during the year in all livestock and crops on farms, except crops under CCC loan, with the changes valued at average prices for the year. 3 After subtraction of taxes, mortgage interest, and other expenses paid by such landlords. Item 1940 1956' 1957 How net income was obtained Total gross farm income: Cash receipts from farm marketings.
Page 138 - Includes depreciation and accidental damage to farm buildings and depreciation of motor vehicles and other farm machinery and equipment.
Page 138 - INCLUDES BINDING, COTTON GINNING, FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE, CONTAINERS, DAIRY SUPPLIES, ELECTRICITY, GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY, GRAZING FEES, HARNESS AND SADDLERY, NET INSURANCE PREMIUMS (FIRE, WIND, AND CROP HAIL), IRRIGATION, LIVESTOCK MARKETING SERVICE (EXCLUDING FEED AND TRANSPORTATION), MILK HAULING, MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE (INCLUDING BLACKSMITHING) , MACHINE HIRE AND CUSTOM WORK, MISCELLANEOUS LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY SUPPLIES, PESTICIDES, SMALL HAND TOOLS...
Page 95 - All crops held on farms including crops under loan to CCC, and crops held off farms as security for CCC loans.
Page 87 - by Residence and, 'by Source of Income, 1910-58 The averages In this table are derived by dividing appropriate totals appearing In Tables 3 and 5 by the population estimates In Table 6. Gaps arise from the same difficulty mentioned In footnote 4 of Table 3 (of the source publication). SOURCE.— The Farm Income Situation, AMS, USD A, Feb.

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