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Returns to investors in flue-cured tobacco allotments, 1975-1980

James A. Seagraves

Returns to investors in flue-cured tobacco allotments, 1975-1980

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Published by Dept. of Economics and Business, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Tobacco industry -- North Carolina.,
    • Farm production quotas -- North Carolina.,
    • Agricultural price supports -- North Carolina.,
    • Investments -- North Carolina.,
    • Rate of return -- North Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 36.

      StatementJ.A. Seagraves and Fred E. Williams.
      SeriesEconomics research report / Department of Economics and Business, North Carolina State University ;, no. 42, Economics research report (North Carolina State University. Dept. of Economics and Business) ;, no. 42.
      ContributionsWilliams, Fred E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9137.N8 S43 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination85 p. ;
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3144127M
      LC Control Number82621704

        The payment amount will be based on the total pounds of flue-cured tobacco that they marketed and sold and/or the total number of crop years they marketed and sold flue-cured tobacco, relative to all members who submit a claim. Claim forms are available at the website, www. , or by calling quota buyout, tobacco production decreased by 20 percent, with U.S. production of flue-cured tobacco falling by 33 percent and production of burley tobacco falling by percent (NASS). Tobacco bearing acreage has trended downward over the last 3 and a half decades, reaching a . We use a higher percentage of U.S. grown flue-cured tobacco in all of our products than any of our competitors regardless of brand classification – super-premium, premium, private label/sub-generic or fourth tier. In , USTC launched its first super-premium cigarette – Manitou. It contains only water and % flue-cured tobacco from the.   USDA PROJECTS FLUE-CURED PRODUCTION WILL FALL 22%. One of the last: A grower wraps up burley transplanting on his farm near Ripley, Ohio. Flue-cured production for all U.S. states is forecast at million pounds, down 22 percent from , according to USDA's July Crop Production report. Acreage at , acres is 19 percent below last year.


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Returns to investors in flue-cured tobacco allotments, 1975-1980 by James A. Seagraves Download PDF EPUB FB2

Flue-cured tobacco allotments were reduced by percent from to A typical Pitt County farm which pounds of tobacco in would have had o pounds in Allotments worth 52, per farm in (81, in dollars) were estimated to be worth only 38, per farm in Cited by: 3. Standard Grades for Flue-cured, U. Types 11 - 14, and Foreign Type 92 are shown in chart form.

Words have been selected to describe the degrees of each element. Excessively scorched (KK). As applied to flue-cured tobacco, the combination symbol KK'' when used as the third factor of a grademark denotes that a lot contains over 50 percent of File Size: 79KB.

Zimbabwe, and trade barriers will limit U. tobacco trade. Prices, Costs, and Returns For about 96 percent of U.

tobacco production, minimum prices are guaranteed based on a legal formula. With passage of the Reconciliation Act influe-cured and burley price supports are the level for the current year adjusted by changes in theAuthor: Verner N.Grise.

its book or par value, whichever is less. Fromthe Cooperative administered a federal price-support program for flue-cured tobacco for the benefit of its member growers.

Under this program, tobacco producers who could not sell their flue-cured tobacco delivered it to a warehouse. flue-cured tobacco averaged per pound, county average lease rates for flue-cured quota in North Carolina varied from a low of 25 cents per pound to 80 cents a pound with a weighted average of 55 cents a pound.

Inthe average lease rate in North Carolina fell Author: Verner N.Grise. Projected Returns 3 VariableCost Total Cost Returns ProfitLoss Corn Soybean Cotton Peanuts Tobacco 3, TWC(48). Tobacco is used for cigarettes, cigars, chewing, snuff, pipes, and roll-your-own smoking.

Different types and kinds of tobacco are used in these tobacco products. The United States grows six major classes of tobacco: flue-cured, air-cured, fire-cured, cigar filler, cigar binder, and cigar wrapper (fig. tobacco types other than Burley and flue Cured tobacco.

Section 9, item 64a: Added that for Burley and flue Cured tobacco types to Make No Entry. Retitled previous procedures to indicate they are specific to tobacco types other than Burley and Flue Cured.

Also specified in 64 (a) f.that the instructions apply to all types of tobacco. Varies We do not know at this point how much any individual class member may receive. The settlement fund will be divided into two groups (Group 1 and Group 2), each with different distribution rules.

Group 1 is expected to comprise 75 of the settlement fund and will be distributed to class members on a pro rata basis, determined by the total pounds of flue-cured tobacco each member marketed. There are two major objectives for curing flue-cured tobacco: (1) to provide temperature and hu-midity conditions that will encourage certain desirable chemical and biological changes, and (2) to preserve the leaf and retain quality through timely drying.

Curing is more than drying the leaf. Flue-cured tobacco farms have become larger and more efficient during the last two decades. Surveys show that flue-cured tobacco acreage from the Farm Costs and Returns Survey (FCRS) and three previous surveys in and The number of farms growing flue-cured tobacco has declined sharply.

flue-cured tobacco in order to supply leaf for the manufacture of cigarettes in its Honduran factory, Tabacalera Hondurefia SA, formed in when BAT purchased two existing, rival cigarette manufacturers, Tabacalera La Bohemia SA and Fabrica de Cigarillos La Competidor (Cox,p.

Concerning the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Submitted by: Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation Annapolis Drive Raleigh, NC USA Telephone: Scope of Activities: Stabilization is the US tobacco producers' marketing cooperative which administers price support for US flue-cured tobacco producers.

Flue-Cured Information | 3 Figure US flue-cured tobacco production received in was per pound according to USDA, down from per pound for the crop. North Carolina had the highest average price in at per pound. Large inventories that were problematic going into the crop had largely disappeared by   Tobacco - Zinc (Zn) Deficiency.

Cooperative Extension prohibits discrimination and harassment regardless of age, color, disability, family and marital status, gender identity, national origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation and veteran status.

This publication printed on: Aug. 25, FLUE-CURED TOBACCO BUDGET INFORMATION Stephen Barts, Extension Agent, Crop and Soil Sciences Introduction The flue-cured tobacco budget is an estimate of the costs to produce pounds of marketable tobacco.

Expense values used in the budget are based upon projected input prices and recommended production practices. Every. Flue-cured Flue -cured tobacco is the principal kind grown in the United States {about 60 percent of total production) is used primarily in cigarettes.

Demand was rela­ tively strong during the marketing season for flue-cured, and prices reached record high levels for many grades. The flue-cured crop was considered. Nearly 12 years ago, the Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation lost its role as an association that administered parts of the old US federal price support program when the Fair and Equitable Tobacco Reform Act brought the program to an end.

In the ensuing years, the cooperative has embarked on a rebranding mission that has. Class Members of the flue-cured tobacco settlement include anyone who is an individual, proprietorship, corporation, partnership or other entity that is or was a shareholder andor member of U. Tobacco at any time since June 1, ; or anyone who is an heir, legal representative, executor, power-of-attorney, successor, assign or other individual who acts for or on behalf of the.

FLUE-CURED TOBACCO BUDGET INFORMATION. Stephen Barts, Extension Agent, Crop and Soil Sciences. Introduction.

The flue-cured tobacco budget is an estimate of the costs to produce pounds of marketable tobacco. Expense values used in the budget are based upon projected input prices and recommended production practices. Every. Principles of flue-cured tobacco production by S.

Hawks, edition, in English. Virginia sun-cured (type 37): Virginia; and Cigar fillerbinder (types and ): Wisconsin. For tobaccos other than flue-cured and burley, yield is determined by the average yield forand for that kind of tobacco in the county in which the allotment was assigned.

When was TTPP created. On Oct. 22,President. The term flue-cured tobacco refers to the type of curing barn used to dry, or cure, the tobacco leaves. Originally, tobacco stalks were hung from tobacco sticks on long tier poles that ran the length of a curing barn, once known as oasts.

Flue-curing barns contained a chimney-like flue with an externally-fed tinder box that allows the. FLUE-CURED TOBACCO DEVELOPMENTS UNDER THE AAA JosEPH G.

KNAPP AND L. PARAMOR~t Flue-cured tobacco like cotton has often been produced under the vestiges of the plantation system, and in fact is frequently produced in connection with cotton. 1 It is a cash crop of high acre value with the speculation incident thereto.

2 It is produced under conditions of high cost-not. Tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNAs) are harmful carcinogens, with nitrate as a precursor of their formation. Nitrate content is considerably higher in burley tobacco than in flue-cured tobacco, but little has been reported on the differences between types of nitrate accumulation during development.

We explored nitrate accumulation prior to harvest and examined the effects of regulatory. Unmanufactured exports of U. flue-cured tobacco rose from million pounds for the crop to million pounds for the crop.

Exports have been on an upward trend since the end of the tobacco program. Export destinations have changed over this time. Exports to the Figure U. Flue-cured tobacco production Figure Flue-Cured Tobacco Production Source Brazil U. : Universal Corporation.

World Leaf Production as of November Source Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Tobacco Association Weekly FCV Report TWC(49) - Document not peer-reviewed. The Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) was entered in Novemberoriginally between the four largest United States tobacco companies (Philip Morris Inc.R.

Reynolds, Brown Williamson and Lorillard the "original participating manufacturers", referred to as the "Majors") and the attorneys general of 46 states. The states settled their Medicaid lawsuits against the tobacco.

We understand that all domestic growers of flue-cured tobacco are members of the cooperative. The cooperative, by contract with the Commodity Credit Corporation ("CCC"), administers the tobacco loan program of the United States Department of Agriculture ("USDA") for flue-cured tobacco.

Under the program, tobacco not purchased on the open market. Virginia Flue Cured tobacco is where it all started for us. Our roots run deep in the red clay of Southern Virginia, where our families have grown Virginia Flue Cured tobacco for generations.

The Virginia Flue Cured tobacco offered here is the same mild, slightly sweet base used throughout the tobacco industry. This tobacco is cured in closed.

Tobacco Cooperative Inc. (USTC) is a grower-owned marketing cooperative based in Raleigh, North Carolina. USTC produces U. flue-cured tobacco grown by member growers in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia.

Member-grown tobacco is processed and sold as raw materials to cigarette manufacturers worldwide. Flue-Cured Tobacco Outlook. April 2, Credit The New York Times Archives.

See the article in its original context from. April 2,Section Business Finance, Page 46 Buy Reprints. Tobacco - Sulfur (S) Deficiency. Cooperative Extension prohibits discrimination and harassment regardless of age, color, disability, family and marital status, gender identity, national origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation and veteran status.

This publication printed on: Sept. 08,   1. Lancet. Feb 17;1() Flue-cured and air-cured tobacco. Fenner M. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms.

Carbohydratesanalysis. "The Control of Suckers in Flue-Cured Tobacco Varieties with Mineral Oil Materials," by H. Scofield May Box 3, Folder 8 "Developing a Physical-Chemical Model for a Plant Growth System," by L. Chen, B. Huang, and W. Splinter   Flue-Cured Tobacco Stabilization Corp. No.

CVS and Fisher et al. Flue-Cured Tobacco Stabilization Corp. No. CVS The LewisFisher Lawsuits. Tobacco: Very Dry for Flue-Cured Growers The situation is dire for North Carolina flue-cured growers, and most may not realize how poor the conditions are, says Matthew Vann, N.

Extension tobacco specialist. We need rain terribly. Company profile page for Us Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers Inc including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information.

J. Fromthe Cooperative administered a federal price-support program for flue-cured tobacco for the benefit of its member growers.

Under this program, tobacco producers who could not sell their flue-cured tobacco delivered it to a warehouse, where the Cooperative graded the tobacco and tried to sell it at auction. Your share of the premium will be percent minus the subsidy amount.

Catastrophic Risk Protection (CAT) coverage is fixed at 50 percent of your average yield and 55 percent of the price election. The cost for CAT coverage is an administrative fee ofper crop per county.

Extension Tobacco Flue-Cured Tobacco Variety Information for C. A. Wilkinson, T. D. Reed, C. S. Johnson, and J. L. Jones* Seed of five new varieties will be available to tobacco producers in OX NF and Sp.

G met the chemical and physical standards established by the Regional Variety Evaluation Committee in Both.Flue-Cured Tobacco Production Guide Disease Resistance Tables 2 January 8, Table 4. Flue‐cured tobacco variety reactions to Black Shank.

Relative Yield Index3 % Survival Black Shank No Black Varieties with the Php gene1) 1 e c a R:(2 (Race 1). The Court has finally approved the $24 million Settlement with U.S. Tobacco Cooperative, Inc. ("U.S. Tobacco"), formerly known as Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation, to.