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Title: Economic Subject Matter Meetings


1
Economic Subject Matter Meetings
October 2002
Kentucky Horticulture Continues Expansion in
2002
2
Changes in U.S. per capita consumption for
selected fruits and vegetables, 1991-2002
  • WINNERS ()
  • Leafy Let. (132)
  • Peppers (49)
  • Cucumbers (36)
  • Strawberries (25)
  • Carrots (23)
  • Cantaloupe (22)
  • Tomatoes (16)
  • Snap beans (15)
  • LOSERS (-)
  • Cauliflower (20)
  • Head Let. (15)
  • Apples (9)
  • Celery (8)
  • Sw Potatoes. (6)
  • Fresh FVs PCC up 10 1990-02.

3
U.S. Sweet Corn Shipping Point Prices1997-2001
and 2002
Source USDA/ERS
4
Kentucky Sweet Corn Situation
  • Marketing alliances for tray pack continuing
  • Expanding to include foodservice products
  • Growers struggled in 2001 but did better with
    2002 prices

5
U.S. Tomato f.o.b Shipping Point Prices1997-2001
and 2002
Source USDA/ERS
6
U.S. vs. Canadian Tomato Importsby Kevin
Nierman, The Packer, 2002
7
Tomato Imports Continue to Grow
8
U.S. Cantaloupe Shipping Point Prices1997-2001
and 2002
Source USDA/ERS
9
U.S. Cabbage Average Farm Price1997-2001
Source USDA/ERS
10
U.S. Bell Pepper Average Farm Price1997-2001
Source USDA/ERS
11
U.S. Fresh Market Blueberry Production
  • Southern region production increases by 9 in
    2002 BUT
  • Southern market share decreases from 23 in 2001
    due to increases in Western production
  • Source North American Blueberry Council

12
2002 Blueberry ProductionKentucky and Other
States
  • Kentucky production (40 acres) equaled
    approximately 50,000 pounds in 2002, up from
    37,000 in 1997. Production is expected to
    increase to 350,000 pounds (40 more acres) by
    2004. (UKy, USDA)

13
Atlanta Terminal Market Blackberry Prices
30.00
25.00
20.00
1999-2001
15.00
Per Dozen 6 oz or 1/2 pt. containers
2002
10.00
5.00
0.00
6-Jul
3-Aug
1-Jun
8-Jun
13-Jul
20-Jul
27-Jul
10-Aug
17-Aug
24-Aug
15-Jun
22-Jun
29-Jun
Source USDA/ERS
14
U.S. Grape Vines, 1987-2002
  • Sources 1987-97 US Ag Census
  • 2002 USDA/ERS, wineinstitute.org, CA Dept. of
    Food and Agriculture.
  • 2002 estimate includes 1,179,545 acres.

15
Approximate Grape Prices Paid By Regional
Wineries, 1997-2000/ton
Estimated KY Breakeven Price Per Ton
650-1050 Source Business Planning and Econo
mics of Midwestern Grape Production
Bruce Bordelon, Purdue University,
http//viticulture.hort.iastate.edu/wsfeb01/busine
ss.html
16
Pumpkin Situation
  • Early indication is that Fall 2002 prices are
    slightly higher than usual.
  • Good yields

17
St. Louis Terminal Market PricesIllinois Large
Howden Pumpkins
  • Production problems (disease) have resulted in
    lower yields and significantly higher pumpkin
    prices early in the 2002 season.

18
Kentucky Agricultural Diversification Funds by
County
  • 0-100,000
  • 100,000-199.999
  • 200,000 (Yellow counties)

19
Value of KY Wholesale Floriculture Sales By
Grower Size, 1993-2001
Source USDA/ERS Floriculture and Nursery Crops
Situation and Outlook Yearbook, May 2002
20
This presentation was presented with the
Agricultural Situation and Outlook, Fall 2002,
publication number ESM-28, published by the Depar
tment of Agricultural Economics at the University
of Kentucky with an additional contribution from
Kentucky State University in October 2002. The
entire publication can be accessed on the WWW at
http//www.uky.edu/Ag/AgEcon/publications/esm_28.
pdf.   This article presents information on th
e economic situation and outlook for Kentucky
agriculture and is intended to assist farmers, a
gribusiness professionals, Extension filed staff,
and others with interest in agriculture and agri
business. Information presented here is based on
the most recent information and
research available. However, the rapidly
changing economic and policy conditions for
agriculture limit the usefulness and life span o
f conclusions and recommendations cited here.
Decision makers should keep these facts in mind.
Feel free to use the information included in
this publication for other uses,
but please provide professional citation about
the source. This paper is published without
formal review and the views expressed are those
of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the
views of the University of Kentucky, the Agricult
ural Experiment Station, or the Cooperative
Extension Service.   If you need additional in
formation or if you would like to provide
comments or suggestions about this
slideshow, please contact Tim Woods at
tawoods_at_uky.edu.
University of Kentucky, Department of
Agricultural Economics 400 Charles E. Barnhart Bl
dg., Lexington, KY 40546-0276
 Phone 859-257-5762, Fax 859-323-1913
URL http//www.uky.edu/Ag/AgEcon/
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