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Missouri corn and soybeans % harvested as of 11/07/21 vs. last 10 years. #AgStats nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_…
The @usda_nass 2022 schedule of release dates for Principal Federal Economic Indicators is here: nass.usda.gov/Publications/2…
Our 2022 Agricultural Statistics Board wall calendar is now available in PDF format: nass.usda.gov/Publications/C…
Producers: It's not too late to respond to the 2021 Hemp Acreage and Production Survey. Every response matters. Respond online today. nass.usda.gov/Newsroom/2021/…
Mark Schleusener provides insight into how @usda_nass operates and why they conduct their surveys of farmers and ranchers. To read more visit bit.ly/3CyW7ct
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We are surveying corn producers in KS, NE, ND, SD, MO, IN, MI, OH, KY, NC, NY, PA, GA, CO, TX; cotton producers in AR, MS, MO, NC, TN, AL, GA, OK, TX; and rice producers in AR, LA, MS, MO, CA, TX.
This phase of the @usda_nass Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS) asks questions about fertilizer, pesticide, cropping practice, and technology management. It is important to respond to make sure you are represented in your state! twitter.com/MNagriculture/…
Cost cited as major reason for not lining canals that carry water to farms, ranches in 2019. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xeg7r.
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.@usda_nass's Agricultural Resource Management Survey is conducting the next phase of data collection, which will provide a detailed description of corn pesticide, fertilizer, cropping practice + technology management on farms. Learn more: nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_…
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Now available! Developed by @USDA_ARS Partnerships for Data Innovations and @Esri the @usda_nass CroplandCROS web app updates existing geospatial data product for ag commodities in the U.S. allowing users to geolocate farms and map areas of interest➡️ go.usa.gov/xeaNZ
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Is a hot dog a sandwich? We won’t wade into that debate this National Sandwich Day, but we would like to thank producers for providing sandwich ingredients such as 1.3 billion LBS of fresh tomatoes, 13.3 billion LBS of cheese and 27.2 billion LBS of beef in 2020.
Hawaii’s 2021 Vegetable Grower Inquiry is underway! Survey results could help inform your decisions about growing, harvesting, and selling vegetables. Check your mail and respond online at agcounts.usda.gov. bit.ly/3nxjbC7 @hdoapio @HFBF1 @HIFarmersUU #Hawaii
Missouri corn and soybeans % harvested as of 10/31/21 vs. last 10 years. #AgStats nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_…
In a week @usda_nass will host a #StatChat Q&A to discuss the Crop Production report with Crops Branch Chief Lance Honig. Tues. Nov. 9 @ 1pm ET.
75 percent of American Indian/Alaska Native–operated farms specialized in livestock production, compared with about 53 percent of U.S. farms overall. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xer8Q @Nass | #USDAScience | #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
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During National Native American Heritage Month, we remember our unique relationship with indigenous peoples and tribal nations, gather and share common thoughts, join forces in making positive change, build and strengthen partnerships, and take home new skills and ideas
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Have you filled out your 2021 Hemp Acreage and Production Survey yet? Online response is fast, secure, and convenient. Fill out your survey today at agcounts.usda.gov
In 2017, three-fourths of American Indian/Alaska Native–operated farms specialized in livestock production. We count agriculture because understanding the full picture of American agriculture and the contributions of all producers counts. #AgCensus #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
We will host another #StatChat Q&A discussion on Tues. Nov. 9 at 1pm ET following the release of the Crop Production report. @usda_nass Crops Branch Chief Lance Honig will be available to answer questions about the data.
Registration is now open for the 98th annual #AgOutlook Forum, USDA's largest annual meeting and premiere event. The two-day event will be held virtually on Feb. 24-25, 2022. Register today ➡️ usda.gov/oce/ag-outlook…
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In 2020, crops sector received 65 percent of Paycheck Protection Program loans for agriculture. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xecka.
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Do you know someone that understands the importance of timely and accurate data? @usda_nass is looking for Student Trainees in our 12 Regional Offices next summer. Read the job announcement here: usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDet…
Hawaii’s 2021 Vegetable Grower Inquiry is underway! Survey results could help inform your decisions about growing, harvesting, and selling vegetables. Check your mail and respond online at agcounts.usda.gov. bit.ly/3nxjbC7 @hdoapio @HFBF1 @HIFarmersUU #Hawaii
Looking for a pumpkin patch? Looks like you should head to Illinois. In 2020 they produced 41% of the nation’s pumpkin yield. For more pumpkin data go to the Vegetables Annual Summary 2020: usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/public…
The result of NASS's work on the hemp survey will be "data that set the benchmark for hemp acreage and production, and provide needed data to regulatory agencies, producers, state governments, processors, and other key industry entities." Learn more: usda.gov/media/blog/202…
Discover the many agricultural innovations from @USDA_ARS & @USDA_NIFA that are helping American farmers, ranchers, producers, foresters and consumers. go.usa.gov/xeqXq go.usa.gov/xeqX3 #ScientificExcellence | #USDAScience
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.@usda_nass measures the weight of several commodities in the "hundredweight" unit of measure (cwt). In the US, a hundredweight is equal to 100 pounds. 2020 pumpkin production was 13.8 million cwt, or 1.38 billion lbs. Vegetables Annual Summary 2020: usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/public…
In 2020, farmers in the top 6 pumpkin-producing states – Illinois, California, Indiana, Michigan, Texas and Virginia - harvested more than 1 billion pounds of pumpkins combined. That’d be equivalent to the weight of six Washington Monuments! #NationalPumpkinDay
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Texas carves new position leading the United States in pumpkin revenues. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xeqgg.
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Missouri corn and soybeans % harvested as of 10/24/21 vs. last 10 years. #AgStats nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_…
(1/2) .@usda_nass is mailing its first Hemp Acreage and Production Survey starting Oct. 18. The survey will provide data about the hemp industry to assist producers, regulatory agencies, state governments, processors and other key industry entities.
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Loosen your belt—it’s pumpkin pie-making season. Thanks to pumpkin farmers in Illinois, where about 97% of U.S. processed pumpkins were grown in 2020. Want more pumpkin data? Check out the Vegetables Annual Summary 2020: usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/public…
Don’t be spooked by these #AgStats – they’re just another example of how farmers feed and fuel our lives all year long. Happy Halloween from @usda_nass!
Can you guess how many pounds of pumpkin are grown per an acre? The answer varies by state and year with Illinois growing, on average, 40,000 pounds of pumpkin per an acre. Learn more from our pumpkin statistics page: go.usa.gov/xMMwm.
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October Amber Waves—U.S. Farm Producers Received Almost $6 Billion From the Paycheck Protection Program in 2020. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xMSEJ.
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Illinois produces 41% of the pumpkins in the US. Look at these gourd-geous charts! #AgCensus #AgStats @ILAgriculture @NBCNewsGraphics twitter.com/NBCNewsGraphic…
New data Highlights now available: The value of cropland increased in 2021 from the previous year, while the rates producers pay to rent cropland (cash rents) showed a slight increase at the national level. #AgStats nass.usda.gov/Publications/H…
The number of #milk #cows on farms in the 24 major States was 8.93 million head, 48,000 head more than September 2020, but 22,000 head less than August 2021. bit.ly/3aWVr4w, @usda_nass
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Sept. 2021 milk production in millions of pounds: New York: 1,265 million pounds. Pennsylvania: 798 million pounds. Vermont: 207 million pounds.
.@usda_nass Northeastern Region reports September milk production is up 1.8% in New York, down 2.1% in Pennsylvania, and unchanged in Vermont from a year ago. #AgStats prezi.com/i/8hnbyre_ee0m/
Irrigation Organizations Series: Fewer than 20 percent of organizations that deliver water directly to farmers own or operate their own storage reservoirs. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xMzYQ.
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About 42% of Delaware land is in agriculture, with more than half of those farms smaller than 50 acres. #agriculture #autumnvibes 🚜🌾Bjk
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DYK in 2020 Illinois harvested 15,900 acres of pumpkins? That is more than twice as many acres as any of the other top states. Learn more from our pumpkin statistics page: go.usa.gov/xMMwm.
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Missouri corn and soybeans % harvested as of 10/17/21 vs. last 10 years. #AgStats nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_…
According to @usapples, the top 5 varieties produced in the U.S. are: 1) Gala 2) Red Delicious 3) Honeycrisp 4) Fuji 5) Granny Smith What's your favorite? 🍏🍎#AppleEventnmz
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There’s still time to respond to the Agricultural Labor survey. The employment and wage estimates published in the Farm Labor report are used by federal, state, and local government agencies; educational institutions; farm organizations; and employers. nass.usda.gov/Surveys/Guide_…
The 2021 Hemp Acreage and Production Survey is in the mail! The @usda_nass #hemp survey results could help inform your decisions about growing, harvesting, and selling hemp. Check your mailboxes and respond online at agcounts.usda.gov
October Amber Waves—Local Food Sales Continue to Grow Through a Variety of Marketing Channels. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xMHKd.
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