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Idaho: Value of agricultural products sold

The market value of agricultural products sold "represents the gross market value before taxes and production expenses of all agricultural products sold...regardless of who received the payment. It is equivalent to total sales."
 
In Idaho in 2012:
  • the total market value of all agricultural products sold was $7,801,446,000,
  • the average market value per farm of all agricultural products sold was $314,372,
  • the total market value of all crop products sold was $3,443,012,000,
  • the total market value of all livestock, poultry, and their products sold was $4,358,435,000, and
  • the average market value per farm of all agricultural products sold increased by 101 percent between 2002 and 2012.
 

To get the most out of this indicator . . .

Ask questions:

· Is the market value of agricultural products sold increasing or decreasing?

· Do crops or livestock contribute more to the total value of agricultural products sold?

Look at other indicators:

· “Agriculture: Number of farms" - How does your county rank by number of farms and proportion of Idaho's farms?

· “Employment: Agricultural workers” – How does your county rank by annual average number of agricultural workers?

· “Employment by industry” - What percentage of all employment is in the agriculture industry?

 Dig deeper:

· Download data for your county and state to see the market value of agricultural products from year to year.

· Take a Big Picture view of your county.

· If you have specific questions, send us an e-mail.





Source: 2002-2012: USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service - 2002, 2007, 2012 Census of Agriculture (https://www.agcensus.usda.gov/); DATE LAST UPDATED: September 28, 2017.




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