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2011 New York State Yearbook Banner Section N: Agriculture

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    Information on farming and related topics in New York State — including crops grown; livestock raised; dairy production; and the economic importance of agriculture.

    Highlights

  • In 2010, there were 36,300 farms in New York, up from 35,000 in 2006.
  • Leading vegetable crops for fresh market use were cabbage, cauliflower, pumpkins, snap beans, squash, sweet corn and onions.
  • New York’s 611,000 milk cows produced over 1 billion pounds of milk in December 2010, or 1,750 pounds per cow.
  • Apple production totaled 1,270 million pounds in 2010, down from 1,370 million pounds in 2009.
  • New York’s egg-laying chicken population was close to 4 million at the end of 2010; they produced over 1 billion eggs during the year, for an average of 292 eggs per chicken.
N-1 Farms and Land in Farms, NYS by Counties: 2009-10
N-2 Number of Farms and Land in Farms, NYS by Sales Classes: 2004-10
N-3 Principal Crops, Agricultural Products, Farms, and Farm Receipts, Ranking of NYS and Other States: 2010
N-4 Farm Acreage by Land Use, NYS: 2002-10
N-5 Principal Field Crops by Acres, Yield, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-6 Wheat by Acreage, Yield, and Production, NYS by County: 2009 and 2010
N-7 Oats by Acreage, Yield, and Production, NYS by County: 2009 and 2010
N-8 Soybeans by Acreage, Yield, and Production, NYS by County: 2009 and 2010
N-9 Corn by Acreage, Yield, and Production, NYS by County: 2010
N-10 Dry Bean Crops by Acres, Yield, and Production, NYS: 2004-10
N-11 Onions by Acres, Yield, and Production by Area: 2004-10
N-12 Hay by Acreage, Yield, and Production, NYS by County: 2010
N-13 Vegetables for Fresh Market by Acres, Yield, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-14 Vegetables for Processing by Acres, Yield, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-15 Corn Crops by Acreage Utilization, NYS: 2004-10
N-16 Hay Crops by Stocks on Farms, NYS: 2004-10
N-17 Feed Grain, NYS: 2004-10
N-18 Potato Crops by Acres, Yield, Production, Disposition, Sales, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-19 Potato Crops by Stocks Held by Growers and Local Dealers, NYS: 2004-10
N-20 Cattle Inventory, NYS by County: As of January 1, 2010 and 2011
N-21 Number of Cattle and Calves on Farms, NYS by Inventory, Value, and Value per Head: 2005-11
N-22 Cattle and Calves by Production, Disposition, and Income, NYS: 2004-10
N-23 Commercial Slaughter of Cattle and Calves, NYS: 2004-10
N-24 Commercial Slaughter of Cattle and Calves by Month, NYS: 2004-10
N-25 Milk Cows and Production by Months, NYS: 2004-10
N-26 Milk Cows by Operation and Inventory, NYS by Herd Size: 2001-07
N-27 Milk by Production, Disposition, and Income, NYS: 2004-10
N-28 Milk by Number of Cows and Production, NYS by County: 2009 and 2010
N-29 Cheese Production by Month, NYS: 2004-10
N-30 Cheese, Cottage Cheese, and Whey Production by Type, NYS: 2004-10
N-31 Dairy Products Production by Month, NYS: 2004-10
N-32 Frozen Desserts and Mixes Production by Type, NYS: 2004-10
N-33 Number of Dairy Plants Manufacturing Specified Products, NYS: 2004-10
N-34 Sheep and Lambs by Number on Farms, Inventory Value, and Value Per Head, NYS: 2005-11
N-35 Sheep and Lambs by Number of Operations, Production, Disposition, and Income, NYS: 2004-10
N-36 Sheep and Lambs by Wool Production and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-37 Commercial Slaughter of Sheep and Lambs by Number of Head, Liveweight, and Months, NYS: 2004-10
N-38 Hogs and Sheep by Inventory, NYS by County: 2007
N-39 Chickens by Number on Farms, Inventory Value, and Value per Head, NYS: 2004-10
N-40 Chickens Sold and Value of Sale, NYS: 2004-10
N-41 Chickens by Number of Layers and Egg Production, NYS by Month: 2004-10
N-42 Broilers and Eggs by Production and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-43 Hogs and Pigs by Number on Farms, Inventory Value, and Value Per Head, NYS: 2004-10
N-44 Hogs and Pigs by Number of Operations, Production, Disposition, and Income, NYS: 2004-10
N-45 Commercial Slaughter of Hogs and Pigs, NYS: 2004-10
N-46 Commercial Slaughter of Hogs and Pigs by Month, NYS: 2004-10
N-47 Ducks and Turkeys by Production and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-48 Trout Sales by Number, Liveweight, and Value, NYS: 2006-10
N-49 Apples by Bearing Acres, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-50 Apple Production by Receipts and Utilization at New York Processing Plants and Cider Mills, NYS: 2004-10
N-51 Apple Production by Utilization and Price, NYS: 2004-10
N-52 Total Production of Apples by Variety, NYS: 2001-2010
N-53 Berries by Area Harvested, Yield, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-54 Sweet Cherries, Peaches, and Pears by Bearing Acres, Production, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-55 Tart Cherries by Bearing Acres, Production, Utilization, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-56 Grapes by Bearing Acres, Production, Utilization, and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-57 Grown Grapes Processed, NYS by Area of Production: 2004-10
N-58 Processed Grapes Production by Variety, NYS: 2003-10
N-59 Total Grapes Processed in New York Plants: 2001-10
N-60 Grapes Processed in New York Wineries and Processing Plants, Tonnage Received by Variety and Primary Use: 2009-10
N-61 Maple Syrup Production and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-62 Honey Production and Value, NYS: 2004-10
N-63 Cash Receipts from Farm Marketings, NYS by County: 2008-09
N-64 Value Added to New York Economy by Agriculture: 2005-09
   
  Figures
N-1 Annual Milk Production Per Cow, NYS: 2004-10
N-2 Annual New York Cheese Production, NYS: 2004-10
N-3 All Breeding Sheep and Lambs, NYS: 2005-11
N-4 Hogs and Pigs Slaughtered, Total Liveweight, NYS: 2004-10
   
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