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New York is an Agricultural State. Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office. Population & Land Use. Land Area (sq miles) Total: 47,211. 0.6%. 42%. 58%. 99.4%.

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New York

is an

Agricultural State

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

population land use
Population & Land Use

Land Area (sq miles)Total: 47,211

0.6%

42%

58%

99.4%

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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North Country FactsPopulation Distribution:

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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NUMBER OF FARMS

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York’s Top 5 Commodities, 2008

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

slide6

Cash Receipts by CommodityNew York, 2008(Millions of Dollars)

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Dairy

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Number of New York Dairy Farms

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Number of Dairy CowsJanuary 1, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Dairy Cows Per Farm, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Annual Milk Production per Cow,New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Total Milk Production,New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Annual Average Milk PriceNew York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Annual Milk Cow Value, New York(replacements)

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Cheese Production, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Cattle

Picture courtesy of www.nnyaggdev.org

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Cattle and Calves on Farms,New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Cattle on Feed, Jan. 1, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Number of Farms with Cattle,New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Beef Cow Farms, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Average Value per Head of all

Cattle and Calves, Jan. 1, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Sheep on Farms, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Maple Syrup

Production

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Honey Production, New York

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Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Poultry

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Chickens, December 1,

New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Egg Production

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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HOGS

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

Image from http://search.live.com/images

hogs pigs december 1 st inventory
Hogs & PigsDecember 1st Inventory

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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FIELD CROPS

Graphic from http://www.yip.org/corn/

Graphic from http://www.hort.purdue.edu

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Corn Acres Harvested,New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Wheat Acres Harvested, New York

Graphic from http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Potato Acres Harvested, New York

Graphic from http://www.vegsoc.org

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Soybean Acres Harvested,

New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Average Prices for Selected Crops, New York

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Hay:Marketing Year Average Price

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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FRUIT CROPS

Graphic from http://www.bbc.co.uk

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New York 2010 Fruit Production Ranks High Across the Nation

  • Grapes
    • 1 California
    • 2 Washington
    • 3 New York
    • 4 Pennsylvania
    • 5 Oregon
  • Pears
    • 1 Washington
    • 2 California
    • 3 Oregon
    • 4 New York
    • 5 Pennsylvania
  • Apples
    • 1 Washington
    • 2 New York
    • 3 Michigan
    • 4 Pennsylvania
    • 5 California
  • Tart Cherries
    • 1 Michigan
    • 2 Utah
    • 3 Washington
    • 4 New York
    • 5 Wisconsin

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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NEW YORK FRUIT 2010

Total Value of Production$332 Million

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York GrapesAverage Price per Ton

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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MAJOR NEW YORK GRAPE

VARIETIES 2010

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

new york grown grapes processed
New YorkGrown Grapes Processed

1/ Not published to avoid disclosure of individual operations. Included in other varieties

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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UTILIZATION OF 2010

NEW YORK

GRAPE PRODUCTION

Fresh

2%

4,000 tons

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York ranks 2nd nationally with receipts worth about $209 million in 2009.

New York’s leading varieties are McIntosh, Empire, Red Delicious, Cortland, Golden Delicious, and Rome.

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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VEGETABLES

Graphic from http://www.Tinkersgarden.com

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

nationally new york ranks 5 th in the value of principal fresh market vegetables 2008
Nationally, New York Ranks 5thin the Value of PrincipalFresh Market Vegetables, 2008

State

1. California

2. Florida

3. Arizona

4. Georgia

5. New York

6. Washington

7. Texas

Million Dollars

$5,250

$1,552

$ 730

$ 456

$ 406

$ 261

$ 245

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Fresh Market Vegetables, 2009Principle Crops by Value of Production

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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Total Value of Onions

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Cabbage Ranks #1for Value Production, 2008

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Sweet Corn Ranks #4for Value Production, 2008

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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New York Pumpkins Ranks #1for Value Production, 2008

Graphic from http://www.aces.edu

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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NY Principal Vegetables, 2008

Area Harvested

Processed

58,300 Acres

Fresh Market

81,450 Acres

Area Planted

Processed

66,200 Acres

Fresh Market

86,200 Acres

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

new york vegetables 2009
New York Vegetables 2009

Value of Production

Processed

$47.6 Million

Fresh Market

$277.7 Million

Courtesy of the USDA, National Agricultural Statistical Service, New York Field Office

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MISSION STATEMENT:

To serve the basic agricultural and rural data needs of the people of New York . . . providing important, usable, and accurate statistical information and services.

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT

OF AGRICULTURE

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE

New York Field Office

10B Airline Drive

Albany, NY 12235

TEL: 800-821-1276

FAX: 800-591-3834

E-MAIL: nass-ny@nass.usda.gov

http://www.nass.usda.gov/ny/