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About New York Farm Bureau

New York Agriculture

New York Agriculture


New York is a leading agricultural state, worth $6.36 billion in 2015. Below is the latest data available, provided by USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets and Farm Credit East.


In 2014 there were 35,537 farms in New York State and 7,183,576 acres in farmland.


Dairy and milk production accounts for nearly 26,000 jobs in New York State.
Grain and oilseed farming employs nearly 15,500.  Veggie and melon farming is responsible for 7,750 jobs.  All sectors of agriculture in New York State is responsible for 197,745 jobs. 


New York's National Ranking in 2015


1st— yogurt, cottage cheese, sour cream
2nd— apples, cabbage, snap peas, maple syrup
3rd— dairy cows, milk production, grapes
4th— squash, pears, calves
5th— tart cherries, onions, corn silage, sweet corn


New York’s Top 10 Agricultural Products


1.    Milk
2.    Corn for grain
3.    Hay
4.    Cattle and calves
5.    Apples
6.    Floriculture
7.    Cabbage
8.    Sweet corn
9.    Potatoes
10.    Tomatoes


VALUE OF NEW YORK FARM PRODUCTS


Cash receipts by commodity in 2015 was:

•    Livestock--$3.3 billion  (dairy, cattle, hogs, poultry, etc.)
•    Field Crops--$887 million (hay, soybeans, wheat, etc.)
•    Vegetables--$344 million (cabbage, sweet corn, onions, etc.)
•    Fruit--$361 million (apples, grapes, strawberries, etc.)
•    Other--$637 million (floriculture, Christmas trees, maple, etc.)

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