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					Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS
Farms Land in farms Average size of farm number percent acres acres 31 284 100.0 44 354 880 1 418 22 704 72.6 39 293 823 1 731 449 1.4 246 005 548 1 922 6.1 2 510 959 1 306 5 159 16.5 8 512 795 1 650 4 901 15.7 9 653 620 1 970 4 404 14.1 9 757 879 2 216 5 869 18.8 8 612 565 1 467

MARKET VALUE OF AGRICUL TURAL PRODUCTS SOLD
Total sales (see text) Average per farm Farms by value of sales: Less than $1,000 (see text) $1,000 to $2,499 $2,500 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $19,999 $20,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $39,999 $40,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 to $2,499,999 $2,500,000 to $4,999,999 $5,000,000 or more Grains Sales of $50,000 or more Corn for grain Wheat Soybeans Sorghum for grain Barley Oats Other grains Cotton and cottonseed Sales of $50,000 or more Tobacco Sales of $50,000 or more Hay, silage, and field seeds Sales of $50,000 or more Vegetables, sweet corn, and melons Sales of $50,000 or more Fruits, nuts, and berries Sales of $50,000 or more Nursery and greenhouse crops Sales of $50,000 or more Other crops Sales of $50,000 or more Poultry and poultry products Sales of $50,000 or more Dairy products Sales of $50,000 or more Cattle and calves Sales of $50,000 or more See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 dollars 31 284 3 569 951 114 114 2 1 1 2 3 1 3 1 5 6 174 164 605 273 208 308 075 615 415 383 22 704 3 261 163 143 638 705 323 592 1 017 1 837 2 1 4 6 873 259 314 779 068 449 30 927 68 880 11 12 24 31 63 32 73 20 89 80 8 5 1 – – 311 15 846 103 11 690 224 6 032 114 1 795 224 6 934 6 100 5 38 16 90 38 858 – – – – – – – – 81 728 1 (D) – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 (D) – – 1 (D) – – 30 1 596 13 1 225 297 8 726 44 5 570 1 922 255 611 132 992 46 20 40 65 164 67 195 124 443 544 151 42 14 7 – 1 431 116 419 714 100 272 1 023 40 146 711 19 116 971 45 852 45 508 41 399 103 508 291 9 889 – – – – – – – – 388 5 315 22 (D) 5 67 – – – – – – 1 (D) 1 (D) 3 137 1 (D) 13 (D) 2 (D) 142 13 743 95 12 482 1 388 80 692 361 61 597 4 434 2 395 2 151 2 75 2 167 5 159 907 737 175 952 96 54 86 142 220 137 362 283 1 154 1 754 606 184 57 19 5 005 343 263 484 920 195 123 867 681 438 3 378 2 344 2 128 2 70 2 142 4 901 845 267 172 468 92 58 89 170 295 116 410 218 1 059 1 528 593 196 57 15 5 669 786 060 460 541 690 037 726 296 925 3 286 1 253 2 102 1 59 1 99 4 404 650 859 147 788 102 51 96 180 337 155 403 264 1 002 1 229 403 125 41 12 4 218 858 623 423 187 019 752 709 944 486 3 217 1 172 2 69 1 56 1 69 5 869 570 762 97 250 358 128 257 429 758 366 816 405 1 032 933 223 104 40 17 3 517 112 132 376 229 398 838 717 867 316

2 066 686 217 74 21 19 1 542 8 1 334 12 532 9 298 11 567 026 336 373 700 820 159 541 942 693 678

1 984 656 210 70 17 16 1 449 7 1 277 11 497 8 283 9 531 151 363 895 705 124 479 575 931 983 951

567 8 823 630 6 562 1 947 10 048 3 636 118 123 – – – – – – – – 6 719 80 819 285 28 404 147 1 395 6 467 30 195 1 (D) 122 21 621 41 20 744 75 7 678 17 7 132 461 73 637 54 72 704 1 511 166 467 968 152 190 20 1 332 5 1 073 782 772 589 070

517 8 231 601 6 303 1 797 9 566 3 311 111 902 – – – – – – – – 5 006 69 898 261 26 252 99 1 248 6 467 15 143 1 (D) 53 14 137 24 13 855 65 7 581 16 (D) 295 72 080 50 71 389 1 430 162 428 948 149 473 16 1 180 5 963 494 640 240 159

126 1 811 133 1 505 433 2 238 844 34 288 – – – – – – – – 1 178 18 656 77 7 609 27 271 1 (D) 3 (D) 1 (D) 17 (D) 7 (D) 16 3 162 7 3 002 86 29 101 14 28 948 414 47 915 305 44 820 3 271 1 218 802 074 282 451

135 2 668 161 1 812 469 2 792 821 29 173 – – – – – – – – 1 139 18 358 67 7 507 20 367 3 234 6 63 – – 13 947 6 875 11 194 1 (D) 65 8 223 11 (D) 372 45 482 268 42 706 3 319 1 273 725 397 399 085

89 1 456 142 1 646 346 1 791 672 20 751 – – – – – – – – 977 13 335 46 5 246 17 171 – – 1 (D) – – 8 2 267 5 2 214 13 (D) 2 (D) 48 11 623 9 11 541 280 28 698 174 25 715 3 252 1 208 253 470 105 324

116 1 689 119 904 430 2 146 645 16 943 – – – – – – – – 1 243 13 505 48 4 128 30 371 2 (D) 5 27 – – 14 4 501 5 4 421 20 1 664 5 1 536 82 20 398 14 20 155 192 24 994 93 22 525 4 248 1 196 029 282 049 133

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USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service

Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS
Farms Land in farms Average size of farm number percent acres acres 8 580 27.4 5 061 057 590 219 .7 44 903 205 994 3.2 340 658 343 2 302 7.4 760 671 330 2 331 7.5 1 759 427 755 1 418 4.5 885 894 625 1 316 4.2 1 269 504 965

MARKET VALUE OF AGRICUL TURAL PRODUCTS SOLD
Total sales (see text) Average per farm Farms by value of sales: Less than $1,000 (see text) $1,000 to $2,499 $2,500 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $19,999 $20,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $39,999 $40,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 to $2,499,999 $2,500,000 to $4,999,999 $5,000,000 or more Grains Sales of $50,000 or more Corn for grain Wheat Soybeans Sorghum for grain Barley Oats Other grains Cotton and cottonseed Sales of $50,000 or more Tobacco Sales of $50,000 or more Hay, silage, and field seeds Sales of $50,000 or more Vegetables, sweet corn, and melons Sales of $50,000 or more Fruits, nuts, and berries Sales of $50,000 or more Nursery and greenhouse crops Sales of $50,000 or more Other crops Sales of $50,000 or more Poultry and poultry products Sales of $50,000 or more Dairy products Sales of $50,000 or more Cattle and calves Sales of $50,000 or more See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 dollars 8 580 308 788 35 989 1 469 841 1 013 1 256 1 371 435 816 301 636 315 82 30 7 4 4 2 875 92 973 478 56 995 1 696 34 680 966 15 012 1 710 35 727 50 591 29 259 150 482 325 6 221 – – – – – – – – 1 713 10 921 24 2 152 48 147 – – 15 53 – – 69 7 484 17 6 889 10 97 1 (D) 166 1 557 4 1 315 81 4 039 20 2 717 4 288 152 132 349 109 911 219 2 728 12 454 17 36 37 46 40 15 19 1 8 – – – – – – 68 1 160 3 189 39 466 19 138 46 509 – – – – 1 (D) 8 (D) – – – – – – – – 24 174 1 (D) – – – – 1 (D) – – 1 (D) – – – – – – 2 (D) – – 1 (D) – – 145 1 291 3 250 994 26 970 27 132 111 102 116 155 178 53 123 43 75 26 6 5 1 – – 356 12 225 50 7 189 213 4 379 108 1 418 220 5 356 5 24 5 87 22 111 42 849 – – – – – – – – 170 1 117 2 (D) 2 (D) – – 1 (D) – – 2 (D) 1 (D) 1 (D) – – 30 256 1 (D) 10 (D) – – 568 8 654 30 3 159 2 302 63 723 27 682 325 233 266 355 358 134 245 96 184 79 17 7 3 – – 820 27 258 136 16 163 525 11 482 273 3 898 512 10 076 8 70 3 13 49 170 97 1 550 – – – – – – – – 458 2 617 2 (D) 10 (D) – – 3 (D) – – 16 295 2 (D) 4 7 – – 64 169 1 (D) 27 1 981 10 1 695 1 224 20 798 72 8 904 2 331 83 029 35 619 364 250 266 318 412 127 209 66 180 112 16 7 – 2 2 806 26 026 157 17 062 477 9 053 262 4 614 472 10 696 18 214 9 50 40 106 71 1 292 – – – – – – – – 507 3 402 9 970 18 74 – – 8 43 – – 24 1 418 7 1 229 – – – – 34 12 – – 21 764 4 (D) 1 127 34 645 98 23 608 1 418 99 861 70 424 267 120 160 218 204 63 122 53 109 62 30 4 2 2 2 456 14 493 78 8 916 253 4 649 154 2 690 276 5 574 11 129 7 89 29 55 53 1 307 – – – – – – – – 300 1 998 7 510 9 35 – – 1 (D) – – 16 5 032 5 4 852 1 (D) – – 25 (D) 1 (D) 10 470 2 (D) 678 71 853 88 64 960 1 316 32 479 24 680 385 100 168 164 179 43 98 42 80 36 13 7 1 – – 369 11 811 54 7 476 189 4 651 150 2 254 184 3 516 8 153 5 20 9 (D) 54 (D) – – – – – – – – 254 1 612 3 307 9 24 – – 1 (D) – – 10 650 2 (D) 4 (D) 1 (D) 11 (D) 1 (D) 12 601 4 426 546 14 891 58 9 029

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

MARKET VALUE OF AGRICUL TURAL PRODUCTS SOLD Con.
Total sales (see text) Hogs and pigs Con. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 3 281 1 247 067 516 026 018 2 684 256 863 971 225 751 1 733 28 653 118 13 856 966 18 128 73 13 381 360 1 437 61 3 455 20 2 908 37 463 1 (D) 18 84 – – 10 20 322 32 306 122 28 079 148 3 325 9 2 205 81 650 3 362 30 95 825 85 410 341 75 596 445 6 190 22 (D) 245 5 362 27 4 256 104 529 617 63 000 238 56 128 404 6 995 34 3 351 247 3 456 16 2 298 83 332 489 43 379 162 37 975 302 4 793 22 2 222 205 4 868 14 3 559 65 290 370 29 313 88 25 064 397 6 888 30 3 836 170 3 707 13 2 907 68 170

Sales of $50,000 or more Sheep, lambs, and wool Sales of $50,000 or more Other livestock and livestock products (see text) Sales of $50,000 or more Value of agricultural products sold directly to individuals for human consumption (see text)

2 533 37 134 129 18 998 1 604 24 380 95 16 697 579 1 720

FARM PRODUCTION EXPENSES1
Total farm production expenses Average per farm Livestock and poultry purchased Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Feed for livestock and poultry Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Commercially mixed formula feeds Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Seeds, bulbs, plants, and trees Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Commercial fertilizer Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Agricultural chemicals Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Petroleum products Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Gasoline and gasohol Diesel fuel Natural gas LP gas, fuel oil, kerosene, motor oil, grease, etc. See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 dollars farms $1,000 31 284 2 733 387 87 373 12 882 452 194 5 666 4 616 1 907 426 267 19 837 369 705 11 024 6 454 1 898 292 169 11 547 166 206 7 408 3 191 765 183 20 099 157 342 3 890 7 292 7 804 825 288 18 287 185 850 8 961 7 592 1 226 508 19 619 175 778 11 011 6 957 1 195 456 29 541 159 131 19 229 9 711 441 160 25 52 24 78 976 564 137 846 933 2 464 22 962 2 485 159 108 229 10 343 386 221 4 094 3 865 1 734 397 253 15 543 338 884 7 643 5 655 1 811 273 161 9 106 154 315 5 282 2 916 736 172 17 190 146 886 2 700 6 109 7 306 803 272 15 582 175 443 6 757 7 138 1 197 490 16 087 165 447 8 018 6 464 1 159 446 22 296 145 683 12 483 9 237 427 149 20 47 19 73 051 263 553 282 791 1 950 617 34 185 55 405 260 4 625 87 125 38 9 1 362 3 981 192 133 33 3 1 222 1 279 151 69 2 – 426 2 537 36 197 187 6 – 439 2 741 217 211 8 3 464 2 914 233 223 5 3 579 2 002 402 176 1 – 481 694 488 1 005 32 21 475 282 1 865 193 021 103 497 957 29 926 295 436 180 27 19 1 286 28 422 666 428 151 23 18 737 11 668 429 240 49 19 1 503 11 569 209 526 702 56 10 1 351 14 262 572 646 103 30 1 331 12 855 600 632 75 24 1 814 10 996 1 035 741 29 9 1 3 1 5 567 300 616 590 127 296 4 964 665 470 134 059 2 667 93 378 957 1 161 397 93 59 3 737 97 776 1 513 1 563 543 77 41 2 410 51 489 1 328 788 247 47 4 036 43 575 437 1 232 2 008 256 103 3 692 48 826 1 311 1 885 343 153 3 781 47 531 1 583 1 680 377 141 4 860 37 568 2 206 2 494 114 46 4 11 4 19 409 401 501 635 206 447 4 911 657 983 133 982 2 509 114 858 949 875 500 110 75 3 575 87 055 1 505 1 425 530 71 44 2 209 35 948 1 200 769 194 46 3 869 38 060 451 1 235 1 881 232 70 3 525 46 067 1 283 1 725 390 127 3 593 42 205 1 621 1 511 339 122 4 791 36 877 2 105 2 536 117 33 4 11 4 18 394 785 342 806 125 328 4 446 498 843 112 200 1 893 76 328 803 629 318 86 57 3 121 60 702 1 584 1 137 319 51 30 1 827 28 844 1 013 639 148 27 3 449 29 421 494 1 194 1 546 165 50 3 155 36 071 1 267 1 582 205 101 3 175 34 456 1 432 1 415 246 82 4 367 30 636 2 348 1 897 90 32 3 10 3 15 982 044 878 292 136 570 6 159 435 656 70 735 2 057 67 106 1 003 639 301 72 42 3 462 60 948 2 183 969 235 48 27 1 701 25 087 1 161 411 96 33 3 907 21 725 1 073 1 725 982 88 39 3 420 27 475 2 107 1 089 148 76 3 743 25 486 2 549 1 003 117 74 5 885 27 604 4 387 1 393 76 29 5 10 4 12 218 038 728 955 165 288

25 924 25 256

20 771 23 188

1 698 1 810

4 642 6 084

4 519 5 958

4 149 4 730

5 288 4 323

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USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service

Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

MARKET VALUE OF AGRICUL TURAL PRODUCTS SOLD Con.
Total sales (see text) Hogs and pigs Con. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 383 24 653 55 21 267 800 8 481 11 5 142 638 6 252 22 3 316 219 284 6 25 – – 24 57 – – 7 10 – – 5 10 75 3 344 9 2 684 100 521 1 (D) 76 520 2 (D) 28 26 143 8 445 25 7 169 228 992 – – 193 1 140 4 298 81 75 93 9 542 9 8 660 266 4 996 3 (D) 204 2 106 11 1 271 71 110 45 2 892 10 (D) 108 1 333 4 897 109 1 473 3 704 23 46 21 405 2 (D) 74 581 3 224 49 1 003 2 (D) 11 16

Sales of $50,000 or more Sheep, lambs, and wool Sales of $50,000 or more Other livestock and livestock products (see text) Sales of $50,000 or more Value of agricultural products sold directly to individuals for human consumption (see text)

FARM PRODUCTION EXPENSES1
Total farm production expenses Average per farm Livestock and poultry purchased Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Feed for livestock and poultry Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Commercially mixed formula feeds Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Seeds, bulbs, plants, and trees Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Commercial fertilizer Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Agricultural chemicals Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Petroleum products Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Gasoline and gasohol Diesel fuel Natural gas LP gas, fuel oil, kerosene, motor oil, grease, etc. See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 dollars farms $1,000 8 322 248 229 29 828 2 539 65 973 1 572 751 173 29 14 4 294 30 821 3 381 799 87 19 8 2 441 11 891 2 126 275 29 11 2 909 10 456 1 190 1 183 498 22 16 2 705 10 406 2 204 454 29 18 3 532 10 331 2 993 493 36 10 7 245 13 447 6 746 474 14 11 5 5 4 5 925 301 584 564 142 514 246 2 427 9 867 76 636 62 6 8 – – 109 142 103 6 – – – 48 51 48 – – – 74 133 17 51 6 – – 58 113 57 1 – – 105 154 98 7 – – 232 163 232 – – – 169 69 138 59 4 1 142 34 910 21 133 23 223 390 3 426 242 130 12 4 2 562 2 196 435 120 5 2 – 301 782 280 17 3 1 334 1 388 106 160 59 6 3 311 1 161 275 31 1 4 328 1 329 241 76 10 1 819 1 351 761 56 2 – 672 621 548 546 9 2 591 182 2 217 51 080 23 040 708 6 458 441 235 27 3 2 1 286 5 372 1 038 217 26 5 – 756 2 022 661 86 8 1 975 2 584 467 363 137 6 2 838 2 961 659 169 5 5 1 027 2 759 902 110 11 4 1 999 3 434 1 861 130 5 3 1 1 1 1 559 432 359 451 45 55 2 397 68 535 28 592 785 12 454 491 228 56 5 5 1 306 9 701 1 008 272 19 3 4 796 5 302 684 104 5 3 839 2 657 332 342 157 5 3 793 3 162 645 133 12 3 1 094 2 829 950 138 5 1 2 128 4 157 1 972 151 3 2 1 1 1 1 787 634 326 792 54 117 1 403 82 058 58 487 355 39 726 208 74 63 6 4 655 10 598 517 105 24 6 3 351 2 192 308 33 6 4 413 2 639 146 158 101 3 5 427 1 464 349 69 7 2 574 1 997 450 116 6 2 1 179 2 635 1 105 67 3 4 976 820 737 1 031 10 295 822 488 1 149 22 996 20 014 225 3 272 128 78 7 11 1 376 2 812 280 79 13 3 1 189 1 542 145 35 7 2 274 1 055 122 109 38 2 3 278 1 547 219 51 4 4 404 1 263 352 46 4 2 888 1 708 815 70 1 2 762 724 476 684 20 44 629 256

5 153 2 069

1 419 496

1 550 613

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

FARM PRODUCTION EXPENSES1 Con.
Total farm production expenses Electricity Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Hired farm labor Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Workers by days worked: 150 days or more Less than 150 days Contract labor Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Repair and maintenance Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Customwork, machine hire, and rental of machinery and equipment Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Interest Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Secured by real estate Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Not secured by real estate Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Cash rent Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 or more Property taxes Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 or more All other farm production expenses Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 Con. farms $1,000 25 727 46 851 12 052 12 338 1 216 60 61 11 987 109 897 8 101 2 900 853 105 28 farms workers farms workers farms $1,000 4 7 10 24 355 941 545 140 20 064 41 876 7 791 11 005 1 153 58 57 9 949 100 184 6 343 2 685 799 97 25 3 7 8 20 838 083 620 022 441 636 181 247 12 1 – 170 592 153 13 3 1 – 25 41 153 321 19 97 1 16 1 1 – 513 2 348 319 189 5 – 310 943 88 173 49 – – 424 2 714 240 168 16 – 171 1 165 8 68 93 2 – 326 1 548 92 127 100 4 3 336 4 023 149 66 90 31 329 760 287 32 10 – 598 3 272 367 216 14 1 – 1 457 2 762 536 841 74 2 4 760 6 196 508 198 46 7 1 275 424 680 1 608 193 700 81 84 25 2 1 1 699 12 933 871 758 56 14 952 5 722 226 441 238 36 11 1 424 15 332 582 724 112 6 784 7 770 40 271 420 44 9 1 090 7 562 169 473 396 38 14 1 181 18 772 339 267 365 210 1 358 3 924 1 170 128 53 7 1 845 18 647 887 822 92 31 13 4 461 10 624 1 428 2 720 281 14 18 2 628 25 051 1 643 786 173 20 6 1 1 2 5 010 882 311 449 4 517 10 404 1 449 2 707 329 22 10 2 421 25 828 1 467 703 221 25 5 948 1 848 2 085 5 002 588 2 772 145 308 122 9 4 4 658 47 720 1 830 2 452 295 81 3 005 20 786 541 1 377 955 84 48 3 988 57 501 1 277 2 084 596 31 2 926 32 377 111 1 009 1 531 213 62 2 829 25 124 360 1 036 1 216 173 44 2 929 46 572 941 637 807 544 4 594 20 541 3 260 919 367 48 4 842 60 738 2 018 2 226 398 157 43 4 018 8 600 1 477 2 272 248 10 11 2 015 22 643 1 223 577 187 23 5 918 1 603 1 639 3 966 500 1 685 154 240 97 7 2 4 213 39 452 1 845 2 092 224 52 2 436 14 876 581 1 121 627 77 30 3 237 44 396 1 308 1 433 462 34 2 375 25 914 192 821 1 113 194 55 2 156 18 482 419 811 761 122 43 2 165 28 752 860 509 497 299 4 278 20 328 3 010 857 364 47 4 368 50 496 2 032 1 930 253 103 50 5 170 8 850 2 720 2 218 209 9 14 1 955 19 874 1 349 408 169 21 8 662 1 285 1 752 3 676 542 2 234 197 188 149 5 3 5 472 35 755 3 470 1 801 141 60 2 957 15 555 991 1 235 640 57 34 3 156 34 849 1 709 1 107 315 25 2 066 20 245 277 810 811 128 40 1 970 14 605 530 783 524 104 29 1 865 18 813 1 059 321 353 132 5 837 24 481 4 341 1 036 401 59 5 972 44 901 4 027 1 608 222 76 39

farms $1,000

2 956 12 328 1 051 1 261 586 35 23 27 502 202 374 15 573 10 614 1 015 300 15 150 83 396 4 220 6 754 3 656 347 173 20 557 226 685 9 593 8 816 2 017 131 13 746 126 327 1 432 5 147 6 176 767 224 13 989 100 358 2 930 5 594 4 688 590 187 14 133 189 113 5 2 3 1 827 963 454 889

2 419 10 914 726 1 112 528 34 19 21 276 185 286 10 241 9 773 979 283 12 661 76 423 3 010 5 793 3 366 327 165 16 287 206 301 6 472 7 743 1 947 125 11 134 114 745 823 3 907 5 454 733 217 11 302 91 556 1 905 4 333 4 314 573 177 11 814 176 767 4 2 3 1 172 609 197 836

577 3 426 148 276 134 10 9 4 721 47 077 1 906 2 481 258 76 3 001 18 541 583 1 446 857 73 42 4 058 51 509 1 356 2 227 446 29 2 812 27 274 195 928 1 486 152 51 2 931 24 234 335 1 103 1 317 132 44 3 338 59 835 824 809 1 085 620 4 279 15 792 3 440 565 232 42 4 903 64 962 1 859 2 514 334 144 52

27 765 98 335 22 146 3 843 1 567 209 29 867 264 410 17 517 10 229 1 383 530 208

20 675 85 827 15 508 3 537 1 427 203 22 528 243 016 11 190 9 316 1 313 512 197

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

FARM PRODUCTION EXPENSES1 Con.
Total farm production expenses Electricity Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Hired farm labor Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 or more Workers by days worked: 150 days or more Less than 150 days Contract labor Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Repair and maintenance Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Customwork, machine hire, and rental of machinery and equipment Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Interest Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more Secured by real estate Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Not secured by real estate Farms with expenses of $1 to $999 $1,000 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Cash rent Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 or more Property taxes Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 or more All other farm production expenses Farms with expenses of $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 or more See footnotes at end of table. farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 Con. farms $1,000 5 663 4 975 4 261 1 333 63 2 4 2 038 9 713 1 758 215 54 8 3 farms workers farms workers farms $1,000 517 858 1 925 4 118 537 1 414 325 149 58 1 4 6 226 17 088 5 332 841 36 17 2 489 6 972 1 210 961 290 20 8 4 270 20 384 3 121 1 073 70 6 2 612 11 582 609 1 240 722 34 7 2 687 8 802 1 025 1 261 374 17 10 2 319 12 346 1 655 354 257 53 7 090 12 508 6 638 306 140 6 7 339 21 394 6 327 913 70 18 11 123 74 93 30 – – – 45 7 45 – – – – 14 14 45 55 13 4 13 – – – – 151 143 151 – – – 96 73 82 14 – – – 127 225 120 7 – – 16 48 6 9 1 – – 112 177 75 30 7 – – 77 268 58 19 – – 116 99 116 – – – 207 197 207 – – – – 618 366 534 80 4 – – 165 533 146 14 5 – – 32 33 160 323 49 41 39 9 1 – – 665 1 552 613 48 1 3 251 710 131 92 26 1 1 518 1 851 427 85 6 – 314 1 137 91 179 39 3 2 331 714 148 148 33 2 – 325 1 814 240 42 25 18 661 955 643 4 14 – 818 2 461 704 109 2 2 1 1 471 1 290 1 138 314 17 1 1 627 1 927 546 71 8 2 – 170 229 575 1 018 145 441 63 76 3 – 3 1 729 4 426 1 435 283 8 3 728 1 623 364 314 45 4 1 1 274 5 546 947 316 11 – 758 2 994 167 403 182 5 1 814 2 552 244 445 120 4 1 785 4 280 496 168 108 13 1 859 2 703 1 788 58 13 – 2 051 5 278 1 758 279 10 2 2 1 776 1 556 1 239 518 17 1 1 622 2 177 549 63 6 4 – 161 286 594 1 417 198 419 139 39 18 1 1 1 900 5 660 1 625 256 13 6 685 2 146 308 258 107 10 2 1 339 6 743 912 399 26 2 807 4 127 143 362 283 18 1 852 2 616 283 447 114 4 4 662 4 070 475 91 84 12 2 087 3 694 1 955 74 57 1 2 129 7 110 1 785 305 30 5 4 944 1 158 679 246 17 – 2 350 4 037 290 30 25 2 3 80 207 328 877 82 376 43 13 26 – – 1 040 3 416 879 147 10 4 423 1 509 168 176 74 3 2 671 4 233 459 189 20 3 461 2 379 111 190 152 5 3 385 1 855 165 142 72 3 3 326 1 323 273 21 24 8 1 313 2 931 1 177 99 35 2 1 217 4 016 1 061 130 17 6 3 731 530 578 145 8 – – 229 1 032 182 37 10 – – 60 89 223 428 50 134 28 12 10 – – 741 1 892 629 107 4 1 306 913 157 107 38 2 2 341 1 786 256 77 7 1 256 898 91 97 65 3 – 193 888 110 49 28 4 2 144 592 113 13 16 2 1 054 2 126 959 71 21 3 917 2 333 812 90 11 3 1

farms $1,000

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

NET CASH RETURN FROM AGRICULTURAL SALES FOR THE FARM UNIT (SEE TEXT)1
All farms Average per farm Farms with net gains2 Average net gain Gain of Less than $1,000 $1,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Farms with net losses Average net loss Loss of Less than $1,000 $1,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more number $1,000 dollars number dollars 31 801 25 19 48 284 485 620 917 261 877 798 156 086 367 051 22 745 32 16 54 962 031 446 061 651 412 744 127 778 901 232 617 10 510 17 034 449 26 975 14 172 190 73 168 9 535 7 104 55 2 1 58 31 1 49 865 095 150 366 361 4 217 43 3 68 964 078 730 619 314 81 524 619 395 345 417 92 534 604 115 4 177 36 3 61 911 632 170 451 251 56 719 456 220 460 113 119 597 620 124 4 150 33 3 56 446 726 901 165 415 6 130 21 4 40 159 991 268 011 153

number dollars

5 8 5 11 14

3 7 4 6 19

32 295 630 409 499 18 704 21 237 207 34

1 1 1 22

1 1 1 23

92 689 1 404 980 1 281 21 723 86 618 480 97

137 1 345 1 828 701 2 148 13 995 212 1 231 620 85

1 279 6 322 3 288 478

537 3 321 2 586 457

GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS AND OTHER FARM RELATED INCOME
Government payments Other farm related income1 Customwork and other agricultural services Gross cash rent or share payments Forest products, excluding Christmas trees and maple products Other farm related income sources farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 22 180 15 84 3 31 4 37 037 817 647 118 888 390 746 723 17 159 12 69 3 29 3 26 764 570 533 510 480 296 131 200 296 1 234 354 812 131 547 28 141 – – 258 124 1 10 1 5 489 179 044 581 4 38 2 16 172 290 781 070 3 40 2 14 976 843 627 038 3 34 2 13 508 517 531 586 4 34 3 19 323 507 196 422

480 3 716 148 (D) 1 (D) 830 992

972 10 001 442 (D) 13 (D) 2 519 3 637

865 7 285 546 3 415 33 32 2 282 3 307

677 5 558 665 4 839 38 144 2 127 3 045

355 2 188 1 302 14 512 44 295 2 615 2 427

173 603 12 428 14 403

129 482 10 631 13 532

COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION LOANS
Total Corn Wheat Soybeans Sorghum, barley, and oats Cotton Sunflower seed, flaxseed, safflower, canola, other rapeseed, and mustard seed Peanuts, rice, and tobacco farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 3 129 2 53 1 22 1 46 745 023 378 040 285 876 508 200 200 1 048 – – 202 5 859 – – 3 123 2 50 1 21 1 43 397 009 179 819 193 934 350 545 192 989 – – 59 1 039 52 590 8 51 31 397 2 (D) – – 2 (D) – – 417 13 113 290 5 826 113 1 502 172 5 041 16 (D) – – 28 (D) – – 1 036 40 741 693 16 862 338 7 108 441 14 436 66 447 – – 62 1 889 – – 908 34 573 564 13 546 328 6 542 367 12 013 53 308 – – 56 2 164 – – 606 20 727 369 8 804 252 4 467 206 6 832 34 82 – – 29 542 – – 371 12 816 211 5 191 154 2 264 133 4 826 21 96 – – 16 439 – –

193 5 722 – –

LAND IN FARMS ACCORDING TO USE
Total cropland Harvested cropland Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 49 acres 50 to 99 acres 100 to 199 acres 200 to 499 acres 500 to 999 acres 1,000 to 1,999 acres 2,000 acres or more Cropland: Pasture or grazing only In cover crops, legumes, and soil improvement grasses, not harvested and not pastured On which all crops failed In cultivated summer fallow Idle Total woodland Woodland pastured Woodland not pastured See footnotes at end of table. farms acres farms acres 27 19 355 25 14 284 3 2 3 7 5 2 1 farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres 712 256 654 741 076 187 755 337 555 687 057 21 17 761 20 13 360 1 1 2 6 5 2 1 049 674 194 397 090 197 591 359 317 609 031 380 153 927 361 122 414 34 39 91 130 47 14 6 121 21 196 19 2 016 32 2 832 35 2 624 53 2 845 21 413 9 140 15 273 1 1 248 1 967 760 131 701 496 84 98 227 610 450 168 64 678 154 964 173 22 730 187 24 305 192 40 477 275 38 159 124 7 684 39 5 440 92 2 244 4 4 536 4 3 597 832 690 721 986 4 4 529 4 3 481 600 862 501 509 4 3 741 4 2 787 175 316 047 078 5 3 551 4 2 403 302 748 863 914

160 190 421 1 417 1 501 751 281 1 827 458 602 580 98 582 532 74 501 625 149 696 925 157 323 457 30 260 146 21 188 351 9 072

173 170 411 1 318 1 384 734 311 1 796 453 898 642 122 707 566 84 541 723 224 069 934 163 138 528 39 481 161 25 224 426 14 257

196 222 479 1 278 1 120 545 207 1 631 428 871 540 121 094 506 70 325 646 189 206 839 144 742 556 40 636 190 27 730 422 12 906

443 478 962 1 606 815 397 162 2 011 488 705 627 135 812 485 80 946 876 219 545 1 102 222 826 757 61 863 268 44 015 561 17 848

10 437 2 302 552 3 636 2 368 3 892 5 870 3 235 1 156 2 79 358 233 653 168 497 921 190 641 373 435 198 275 494 160

8 064 2 006 236 2 502 2 337 3 825 4 729 581 941 308 450 097 617 128 033

2 443 180 337 813 123 737 1 867 56 600

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

NET CASH RETURN FROM AGRICULTURAL SALES FOR THE FARM UNIT (SEE TEXT)1
All farms Average per farm Farms with net gains2 Average net gain Gain of Less than $1,000 $1,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Farms with net losses Average net loss Loss of Less than $1,000 $1,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more number $1,000 dollars number dollars 8 56 6 3 21 322 454 784 856 644 246 914 3 714 169 6 637 40 90 33 6 77 2 702 25 52 – – 910 2 455 2 698 441 12 847 71 226 118 26 469 6 846 71 312 85 1 2 10 4 1 17 217 744 846 028 896 2 18 7 1 23 397 273 623 096 900 1 403 15 561 11 091 636 32 291 74 329 166 67 767 6 488 133 507 120 7 1 149 8 509 7 406 486 23 750 36 301 76 73 663 4 576 120 474 68 1

number dollars

465 2 054 1 029 308 4 466 6 047 742 3 001 702 21

135 520 325 48 1 189 6 437 187 800 193 9

109 588 311 88 1 301 6 089 206 856 236 3

GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS AND OTHER FARM RELATED INCOME
Government payments Other farm related income1 Customwork and other agricultural services Gross cash rent or share payments Forest products, excluding Christmas trees and maple products Other farm related income sources farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 4 21 3 14 273 247 114 609 71 168 28 135 4 2 6 132 – – 18 2 436 1 588 323 1 327 74 339 128 954 – – 205 34 1 099 4 031 707 2 532 132 791 326 1 565 13 (D) 441 (D) 1 160 5 351 930 4 527 107 674 441 3 514 16 84 583 255 745 4 494 586 3 084 58 134 332 2 740 14 30 285 180 762 5 615 540 3 004 33 153 382 2 618 1 (D) 265 (D)

408 2 094 1 615 11 523 44 121 1 797 871

COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION LOANS
Total Corn Wheat Soybeans Sorghum, barley, and oats Cotton Sunflower seed, flaxseed, safflower, canola, other rapeseed, and mustard seed Peanuts, rice, and tobacco farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 farms $1,000 348 6 014 199 2 221 92 942 158 2 655 8 59 – – 9 137 – – 9 58 2 (D) 3 (D) 5 43 – – – – – – – – 43 515 30 199 10 (D) 18 247 2 (D) – – – – – – 115 2 016 73 789 28 (D) 56 924 3 (D) – – – – – – 108 2 461 60 934 23 303 57 1 152 2 (D) – – 3 (D) – – 54 685 27 153 18 225 18 240 1 (D) – – 5 (D) – – 19 279 7 (D) 10 91 4 49 – – – – 1 (D) – –

LAND IN FARMS ACCORDING TO USE
Total cropland Harvested cropland Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 49 acres 50 to 99 acres 100 to 199 acres 200 to 499 acres 500 to 999 acres 1,000 to 1,999 acres 2,000 acres or more Cropland: Pasture or grazing only In cover crops, legumes, and soil improvement grasses, not harvested and not pastured On which all crops failed In cultivated summer fallow Idle Total woodland Woodland pastured Woodland not pastured See footnotes at end of table. farms acres farms acres 6 1 593 5 924 663 582 460 344 124 17 836 108 12 169 33 27 31 15 2 – – 40 4 480 2 (D) – – 4 (D) 16 1 025 4 23 4 23 – – 721 162 947 616 109 920 203 108 153 124 17 6 5 249 25 105 60 (D) 32 2 534 42 (D) 75 10 714 76 2 216 32 1 778 50 438 1 389 1 247 800 691 548 017 591 250 320 305 60 15 7 693 80 294 175 17 863 88 4 997 91 12 417 232 27 103 254 13 001 103 7 105 172 5 896 1 434 1 262 872 200 589 858 598 306 301 274 80 24 6 686 83 478 200 26 884 120 8 883 115 18 731 310 33 366 274 17 880 106 10 339 195 7 541 1 145 309 296 896 165 124 304 165 199 159 43 22 4 405 54 714 160 38 527 60 7 763 68 12 725 211 30 443 175 11 850 75 5 934 114 5 916 1 001 279 612 703 127 256 257 134 160 101 36 11 4 300 48 245 180 42 036 45 6 541 80 16 577 218 38 957 147 10 128 65 7 359 96 2 769

1 986 990 1 164 978 238 78 26 farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres 2 373 296 316 777 133 292 345 30 718 400 67 304 1 062 141 608 930 55 098 385 32 538 627 22 560

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

LAND IN FARMS ACCORDING TO USE Con.
Pastureland and rangeland other than cropland and woodland pastured Land in house lots, ponds, roads, wasteland, etc. Irrigated land Harvested cropland irrigated Pasture and other land irrigated Land under Conservation Reserve or Wetlands Reserve Programs farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres 16 858 23 588 662 20 1 175 1 343 1 331 151 527 439 742 385 627 146 12 115 13 069 20 321 013 15 1 030 1 306 1 297 147 799 169 623 143 185 86 9 438 178 87 076 162 4 589 10 (D) 10 (D) – – 32 3 680 964 1 200 205 1 042 54 939 72 (D) 71 (D) 2 (D) 279 41 347 2 866 3 750 660 3 286 195 185 295 83 176 291 81 896 16 1 280 1 030 198 168 2 996 4 865 699 3 337 218 578 308 80 743 304 78 150 24 2 593 1 176 258 584 2 670 5 660 862 3 210 315 065 243 58 031 237 (D) 15 (D) 1 039 260 328 3 395 4 756 511 4 110 242 443 241 65 336 230 60 863 29 4 473 1 416 351 108

6 632 1 454 341

4 972 1 113 215

VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS1
Estimated market value of land and buildings Average per farm Average per acre Farms by value group: $1 to $39,999 $40,000 to $69,999 $70,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $149,999 $150,000 to $199,999 $200,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 to $1,999,999 $2,000,000 to $4,999,999 $5,000,000 or more farms $1,000 dollars dollars 31 284 15 236 514 487 039 348 3 2 2 3 2 067 385 361 177 641 22 962 13 392 680 583 254 345 1 1 1 1 1 266 106 195 902 873 617 181 303 293 846 459 44 84 54 81 70 186 74 23 1 – 1 865 861 180 461 759 348 122 172 55 183 134 630 384 152 26 7 4 964 3 150 669 634 704 382 204 127 228 208 349 1 864 1 262 504 183 35 4 911 3 304 148 672 806 348 165 144 152 413 335 1 596 1 204 669 190 43 4 446 3 100 387 697 343 326 174 113 199 295 341 1 535 1 117 437 217 18 6 159 2 794 992 453 806 322 557 466 507 722 644 1 809 817 429 172 36

9 124 5 194 2 343 839 153

7 620 4 858 2 214 789 139

VALUE OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT1
Estimated market value of all machinery and equipment Farms by value group: $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $19,999 $20,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $199,999 $200,000 to $499,999 $500,000 or more farms $1,000 31 284 2 852 531 1 2 4 7 6 434 145 038 974 219 22 962 2 535 371 584 933 2 239 5 268 5 141 4 906 3 291 600 617 50 178 20 39 94 168 114 113 67 2 1 865 190 989 85 42 165 452 440 391 264 26 4 964 625 101 58 163 371 963 1 087 1 357 799 166 4 911 635 261 97 203 247 971 1 217 1 114 897 165 4 446 533 523 98 117 362 969 1 046 1 014 700 140 6 159 500 320 226 369 1 000 1 745 1 237 917 564 101

5 358 3 483 633

SELECTED MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT1
Motortrucks, including pickups Wheel tractors Less than 40 horsepower (PTO) 40 horsepower (PTO) or more 40 to 99 horsepower (PTO) 100 horsepower (PTO) or more Grain and bean combines Cotton pickers and strippers Mower conditioners Pickup balers farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 29 75 28 88 12 19 26 69 21 38 16 30 771 361 705 731 177 635 438 096 179 660 943 436 22 61 21 73 8 14 20 58 16 31 14 27 212 943 427 254 823 485 475 769 249 332 614 437 584 1 142 492 1 306 156 287 474 1 019 300 511 347 508 256 303 – – 95 111 214 274 1 4 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 1 830 624 617 603 597 878 545 725 043 728 149 997 4 13 4 15 1 2 4 12 3 6 3 6 851 644 677 194 607 527 559 667 341 107 563 560 4 14 4 16 1 2 4 14 3 7 3 6 798 761 581 893 830 844 366 049 535 289 342 760 4 12 4 15 1 3 4 12 3 6 2 5 329 790 272 845 890 186 068 659 441 816 951 843 5 14 5 19 2 4 5 14 4 8 3 5 820 982 788 413 743 763 463 650 589 881 262 769

12 685 14 845 – – 8 316 9 297 15 330 18 760

11 447 13 458 – – 6 936 7 770 12 800 15 884

840 960 – – 468 518 867 1 086

2 655 3 080 – – 1 712 1 873 2 899 3 576

2 786 3 285 – – 1 768 1 988 3 049 3 814

2 395 2 853 – – 1 428 1 545 2 690 3 323

2 515 2 977 – – 1 465 1 735 3 081 3 811

AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS1
Commercial fertilizer farms acres on which used 18 266 8 646 036 15 568 8 190 343 439 140 322 1 351 643 003 3 684 2 212 484 3 525 2 148 201 3 149 1 664 887 3 420 1 381 446

Sprays, dusts, granules, fumigants, etc., to control Insects on hay and other crops farms acres on which used Nematodes in crops farms acres on which used Diseases in crops and orchards farms acres on which used Weeds, grass, or brush in crops and pasture farms acres on which used Chemicals used on crops to control growth, thin fruit, or defoliate farms acres on which used See footnotes at end of table.

4 578 1 031 306 235 64 492 289 93 604 16 568 8 265 297 349 102 704

4 041 957 328 190 55 059 217 77 801 13 819 7 818 624 304 98 840

105 9 951 1 (D) 6 480 410 158 677 – –

378 84 629 14 (D) 38 19 813 1 220 614 753 15 2 861

1 002 239 162 44 10 146 70 18 826 3 370 2 203 253 98 20 824

976 249 280 48 14 587 44 11 265 3 148 2 002 805 74 24 713

788 196 406 43 13 594 28 18 549 2 709 1 636 269 49 20 334

792 177 900 40 12 150 31 8 868 2 962 1 202 867 68 30 108

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

LAND IN FARMS ACCORDING TO USE Con.
Pastureland and rangeland other than cropland and woodland pastured Land in house lots, ponds, roads, wasteland, etc. Irrigated land Harvested cropland irrigated Pasture and other land irrigated Land under Conservation Reserve or Wetlands Reserve Programs farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres farms acres 3 789 3 267 649 5 004 144 728 270 37 119 242 34 442 60 2 677 1 660 341 126 117 26 200 50 844 2 (D) 2 (D) – – 8 1 489 456 164 985 501 10 510 25 (D) 24 (D) 3 (D) 98 18 928 1 003 332 145 1 338 25 834 62 10 581 59 10 055 11 526 339 49 803 1 020 1 261 367 1 459 45 980 91 8 149 83 (D) 18 (D) 428 76 247 638 531 183 878 33 565 54 7 211 45 6 191 17 1 020 348 81 328 555 951 769 778 27 995 36 7 631 29 7 076 11 555 439 113 331

VALUE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS1
Estimated market value of land and buildings Average per farm Average per acre Farms by value group: $1 to $39,999 $40,000 to $69,999 $70,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $149,999 $150,000 to $199,999 $200,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 to $1,999,999 $2,000,000 to $4,999,999 $5,000,000 or more farms $1,000 dollars dollars 8 322 1 843 834 221 561 375 1 1 1 1 801 279 166 275 768 246 16 418 66 739 463 98 68 31 17 26 6 – – – – 910 152 975 168 105 508 269 135 174 114 69 111 26 8 2 2 2 217 392 301 176 951 537 466 343 317 341 199 448 65 17 20 1 2 397 632 790 263 992 342 466 360 298 414 238 431 117 58 11 4 1 403 328 728 234 304 382 236 182 166 203 133 366 75 31 8 3 1 149 320 622 279 044 280 266 191 180 186 103 142 53 15 9 4

1 504 336 129 50 14

VALUE OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT1
Estimated market value of all machinery and equipment Farms by value group: $1 to $4,999 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $19,999 $20,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $199,999 $200,000 to $499,999 $500,000 or more farms $1,000 8 322 317 160 1 1 2 1 850 212 799 706 078 452 192 33 246 7 579 13 54 40 84 54 – 1 – 910 35 407 88 95 158 342 163 51 11 2 2 217 81 603 250 324 555 647 261 114 45 21 2 397 91 861 259 372 476 825 275 117 69 4 1 403 55 514 99 206 300 465 212 92 26 3 1 149 45 195 141 161 270 343 113 78 40 3

SELECTED MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT1
Motortrucks, including pickups Wheel tractors Less than 40 horsepower (PTO) 40 horsepower (PTO) or more 40 to 99 horsepower (PTO) 100 horsepower (PTO) or more Grain and bean combines Cotton pickers and strippers Mower conditioners Pickup balers farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 7 13 7 15 3 5 5 10 4 7 2 2 559 418 278 477 354 150 963 327 930 328 329 999 231 374 200 453 52 79 181 374 158 275 82 99 35 41 – – 38 38 44 53 843 1 436 724 1 399 289 444 592 955 423 630 283 325 120 126 – – 102 114 226 250 2 3 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 002 492 932 837 897 310 528 527 262 827 558 700 382 419 – – 404 486 729 850 2 3 2 4 1 1 3 1 2 144 873 156 651 987 437 832 214 592 278 681 936 382 436 – – 436 464 811 927 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 273 369 249 985 634 056 036 929 882 393 410 536 164 191 – – 242 261 463 527 1 1 1 2 066 874 017 152 495 824 794 1 328 613 925 315 403 155 174 – – 158 164 257 269

1 238 1 387 – – 1 380 1 527 2 530 2 876

AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS1
Commercial fertilizer farms acres on which used 2 698 455 693 58 5 043 311 50 578 837 122 791 793 131 432 427 79 597 272 66 252

Sprays, dusts, granules, fumigants, etc., to control Insects on hay and other crops farms acres on which used Nematodes in crops farms acres on which used Diseases in crops and orchards farms acres on which used Weeds, grass, or brush in crops and pasture farms acres on which used Chemicals used on crops to control growth, thin fruit, or defoliate farms acres on which used See footnotes at end of table.

537 73 978 45 9 433 72 15 803 2 749 446 673 45 3 864

1 (D) – – – – 75 6 832 – –

43 (D) – – 13 2 118 278 55 238 – –

133 15 047 12 4 896 17 3 385 862 122 136 15 288

179 28 176 5 475 11 67 838 121 915 21 2 995

90 18 081 8 2 080 20 10 054 424 79 820 9 581

91 9 874 20 1 982 11 179 272 60 732 – –

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

TENURE AND RACE OF OPERATOR
All operators Full owners Part owners Tenants White Full owners Part owners Tenants Black and other races Full owners Part owners Tenants 31 12 14 4 30 12 14 4 284 598 322 364 771 366 137 268 513 232 185 96 22 7 12 2 22 7 12 2 704 368 397 939 387 233 263 891 317 135 134 48 449 85 105 259 444 84 105 255 5 1 – 4 1 922 376 903 643 1 887 365 890 632 35 11 13 11 5 159 994 3 263 902 5 096 968 3 237 891 63 26 26 11 4 901 1 166 3 272 463 4 831 1 136 3 243 452 70 30 29 11 4 404 1 502 2 613 289 4 325 1 469 2 575 281 79 33 38 8 5 869 3 245 2 241 383 5 804 3 211 2 213 380 65 34 28 3

OWNED AND RENTED LAND
Land owned Owned land in farms Land rented or leased from others Rented or leased land in farms Land rented or leased to others farms acres farms acres farms acres landlords farms acres farms acres 27 30 540 26 27 424 18 17 247 48 18 16 930 219 812 920 087 882 444 922 686 793 19 26 008 19 23 732 15 15 803 43 15 15 561 965 406 765 643 472 037 042 336 180 192 64 798 190 60 993 364 186 095 734 364 185 012 18 4 888 1 890 1 833 1 1 690 4 1 1 677 283 003 279 279 549 991 228 546 680 4 3 998 4 3 765 4 4 806 13 4 4 747 286 420 257 422 178 200 224 165 373 4 5 750 4 5 503 3 4 202 11 3 4 150 457 522 438 418 755 505 100 735 202 4 8 009 4 7 189 2 2 615 8 2 2 568 138 088 115 598 932 145 052 902 281 5 7 295 5 6 379 2 2 302 5 2 2 232 609 575 486 933 694 101 704 624 632

6 532 3 433 376

4 272 2 517 620

172 70 035

576 291 825

684 299 407

861 866 354

1 961 985 111

OPERATOR CHARACTERISTICS
Operators by place of residence: On farm operated Not on farm operated Not reported Operators by principal occupation: Farming Other Operators by days worked off farm: None Any 1 to 99 days 100 to 199 days 200 days or more Not reported Operators by years on present farm: 2 years or less 3 or 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 years or more Average years on present farm Not reported Operators by age group: Under 25 years 25 to 34 years 35 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 69 years 70 years and over Average age Operators by sex: Male Female Operators of Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino origin (see text) 23 062 5 961 2 261 22 704 8 580 16 13 3 2 7 003 049 588 172 289 17 940 3 002 1 762 22 704 – 14 5 3 1 1 915 557 084 219 254 294 139 16 449 – 185 241 128 51 62 23 136 103 73 – 3.2 137 449 – – – – – – – – 21.7 439 10 1 1 403 400 119 1 922 – 1 044 761 414 158 189 117 192 207 611 648 8.3 264 – 1 922 – – – – – – – 30.6 1 884 38 13 4 150 668 341 5 159 – 3 069 1 711 930 373 408 379 169 223 665 3 453 15.3 649 – – 5 159 – – – – – – 39.7 5 048 111 21 4 056 493 352 4 901 – 3 123 1 384 717 344 323 394 61 110 301 3 763 22.3 666 – – – 2 689 2 212 – – – – 49.1 4 768 133 36 3 614 486 304 4 404 – 3 057 935 521 228 186 412 51 56 144 3 527 30.8 626 – – – – – 2 154 2 250 – – 59.5 4 206 198 31 4 423 816 630 5 869 – 4 437 525 374 65 86 907 26 52 103 4 510 40.9 1 178 – – – – – – – 2 240 3 629 72.3 5 550 319 21

2 232 1 1 3 20 233 519 486 223 22.7

2 232 635 751 1 897 15 901 25.3 3 520 449 922 159 689 212 154 250 240 629 52.9

4 823 668 916 461 001 231 935 887 804 381 51.8

2 7 4 3 2 2 2 4

1 5 2 2 2 2 2 3

29 810 1 474 168

21 895 809 123

FARMS BY TYPE OF ORGANIZATION
Individual or family (sole proprietorship) Partnership Corporation: Family held More than 10 stockholders 10 or less stockholders Other than family held More than 10 stockholders 10 or less stockholders Other cooperative, estate or trust, institutional, etc. See footnotes at end of table. farms acres farms acres farms acres farms farms farms acres farms farms farms acres 27 29 438 2 5 376 133 846 605 360 19 26 761 2 4 964 404 876 047 588 394 212 671 47 26 507 5 6 070 – 5 1 (D) – 1 2 (D) 1 688 1 790 281 151 264 666 65 157 025 1 64 6 (D) – 6 12 (D) 4 457 6 473 414 438 1 105 367 226 694 689 6 220 14 61 216 4 10 24 178 109 4 220 7 030 541 377 944 638 264 1 056 731 4 260 11 29 480 2 9 29 592 230 3 733 5 667 990 411 1 037 622 214 808 516 5 209 5 8 217 – 5 41 2 235 534 4 912 5 586 979 623 1 585 788 262 1 102 376 5 257 18 59 395 1 17 54 278 027

1 211 4 036 762 26 1 185 87 189 864 12 75 248 5 313 048

1 036 3 825 407 21 1 015 55 180 439 7 48 162 3 561 513

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

TENURE AND RACE OF OPERATOR
All operators Full owners Part owners Tenants White Full owners Part owners Tenants Black and other races Full owners Part owners Tenants 8 5 1 1 8 5 1 1 580 230 925 425 384 133 874 377 196 97 51 48 219 90 20 109 215 90 20 105 4 – – 4 994 435 222 337 972 425 219 328 22 10 3 9 2 302 1 256 574 472 2 251 1 236 564 451 51 20 10 21 2 331 1 412 631 288 2 266 1 378 606 282 65 34 25 6 1 418 989 307 122 1 392 974 302 116 26 15 5 6 1 316 1 048 171 97 1 288 1 030 163 95 28 18 8 2

OWNED AND RENTED LAND
Land owned Owned land in farms Land rented or leased from others Rented or leased land in farms Land rented or leased to others farms acres farms acres farms acres landlords farms acres farms acres 7 4 532 7 3 691 3 1 444 5 3 1 369 254 406 155 444 410 407 880 350 613 111 17 022 110 10 242 129 34 781 172 129 34 661 15 6 900 664 181 365 657 151 827 562 191 192 924 559 188 831 119 31 899 1 477 1 358 1 422 1 1 402 863 464 830 395 072 152 827 046 276 2 1 721 2 1 456 071 243 043 211 1 696 1 545 308 415 296 527 1 1 438 1 1 169 237 897 219 242

931 320 236 1 628 919 303 216 648 282 052

439 365 257 782 429 340 367 445 175 778

277 110 789 547 268 100 262 582 280 182

2 260 915 756

451 138 945

OPERATOR CHARACTERISTICS
Operators by place of residence: On farm operated Not on farm operated Not reported Operators by principal occupation: Farming Other Operators by days worked off farm: None Any 1 to 99 days 100 to 199 days 200 days or more Not reported Operators by years on present farm: 2 years or less 3 or 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 years or more Average years on present farm Not reported Operators by age group: Under 25 years 25 to 34 years 35 to 44 years 45 to 49 years 50 to 54 years 55 to 59 years 60 to 64 years 65 to 69 years 70 years and over Average age Operators by sex: Male Female Operators of Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino origin (see text) 5 122 2 959 499 – 8 580 1 088 7 492 504 953 6 035 – 598 768 1 589 4 322 15.9 1 303 219 994 2 302 1 312 1 019 781 637 564 752 48.9 7 915 665 45 102 103 14 – 219 22 197 27 30 140 – 57 48 40 – 3.4 74 219 – – – – – – – – 21.4 185 34 – 581 365 48 – 994 37 957 28 93 836 – 162 203 338 144 5.9 147 – 994 – – – – – – – 30.6 941 53 7 1 494 710 98 – 2 302 86 2 216 86 240 1 890 – 213 272 589 951 10.2 277 – – 2 302 – – – – – – 39.8 2 175 127 16 1 484 712 135 – 2 331 115 2 216 92 275 1 849 – 116 160 402 1 366 15.3 287 – – – 1 312 1 019 – – – – 49.0 2 188 143 9 822 507 89 – 1 418 167 1 251 104 181 966 – 27 52 143 972 21.3 224 – – – – – 781 637 – – 59.1 1 298 120 7 639 562 115 – 1 316 661 655 167 134 354 – 23 33 77 889 32.1 294 – – – – – – – 564 752 72.0 1 128 188 6

FARMS BY TYPE OF ORGANIZATION
Individual or family (sole proprietorship) Partnership Corporation: Family held More than 10 stockholders 10 or less stockholders Other than family held More than 10 stockholders 10 or less stockholders Other cooperative, estate or trust, institutional, etc. See footnotes at end of table. farms acres farms acres farms acres farms farms farms acres farms farms farms acres 7 729 2 676 970 558 411 772 175 211 355 5 170 32 9 425 5 27 86 1 751 535 205 42 594 11 (D) 3 (D) – 3 – – – – – – 908 293 177 69 (D) 10 (D) – 10 4 (D) 2 2 3 (D) 2 130 650 471 110 65 629 35 22 936 – 35 10 1 520 1 9 17 20 115 2 111 706 337 144 106 267 43 50 586 2 41 5 (D) 1 4 28 (D) 1 255 470 121 100 140 194 44 92 858 1 43 9 (D) – 9 10 (D) 1 120 514 270 124 71 494 40 26 177 2 38 4 (D) 1 3 28 (D)

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

INJURIES AND DEATHS
Farm related injuries: Operator and family members Hired workers Farm related deaths: Operator and family members Hired workers farms number farms number farms number farms number 560 629 137 193 8 9 – – 491 556 124 173 8 (D) – – 9 11 – – – – – – 56 63 10 17 2 (D) – – 134 151 40 50 2 (D) – – 105 120 26 33 2 (D) – – 97 107 23 33 2 (D) – – 90 104 25 40 – – – –

FARMS BY SIZE
1 to 9 acres 10 to 49 acres 50 to 69 acres 70 to 99 acres 100 to 139 acres 140 to 179 acres 180 to 219 acres 220 to 259 acres 260 to 499 acres 500 to 999 acres 1,000 to 1,999 acres 2,000 acres or more 1 015 2 596 722 1 144 1 010 1 968 856 893 4 751 5 866 5 185 5 278 396 766 260 456 457 022 492 536 470 078 788 983 6 35 13 28 35 45 22 19 113 73 36 24 33 77 19 33 53 96 60 40 355 508 367 281 86 131 41 72 61 160 72 91 722 1 282 1 279 1 162 58 141 44 55 61 145 71 79 587 1 089 1 234 1 337 57 131 40 85 68 141 88 92 613 1 040 991 1 058 156 251 103 183 179 435 179 215 1 080 1 086 881 1 121

1 3 5 4 4

FARMS BY NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
Oilseed and grain farming (1111) Vegetable and melon farming (1112) Fruit and tree nut farming (1113) Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production (1114) Other crop farming (1119) Tobacco farming (11191) Cotton farming (11192) Sugarcane farming, hay farming, and all other crop farming (11193, 11194, 11199) Beef cattle ranching and farming (112111) Cattle feedlots (112112) Dairy cattle and milk production (11212) Hog and pig farming (1122) Poultry and egg production (1123) Sheep and goat farming (1124) Animal aquaculture and other animal production (1125, 1129) 13 049 54 13 102 2 357 – – 2 357 10 957 977 932 868 89 751 1 135 10 243 25 4 36 1 446 – – 1 446 7 767 791 866 653 41 324 508 220 – – – 33 – – 33 114 17 24 27 – 10 4 951 3 – 1 121 – – 121 519 61 95 103 1 22 45 2 475 6 2 10 300 – – 300 1 466 180 279 218 11 77 135 2 218 5 1 9 283 – – 283 1 692 167 209 129 9 68 111 1 990 1 – 7 267 – – 267 1 540 163 164 100 2 54 116 2 389 10 1 9 442 – – 442 2 436 203 95 76 18 93 97

LIVESTOCK
Cattle and calves inventory Farms with 1 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Cows and heifers that had calved Beef cows Farms with 1 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Milk cows Farms with 1 to 4 5 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Heifers and heifer calves Steers, steer calves, bulls, and bull calves See footnotes at end of table. farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 20 502 3 723 271 1 5 4 4 4 1 18 1 770 17 1 675 1 6 3 3 1 080 194 150 493 090 495 338 882 428 000 444 478 997 294 907 308 16 281 3 413 089 3 3 4 3 1 14 1 628 14 1 535 428 147 338 050 878 440 864 421 027 239 702 638 477 084 830 296 297 26 435 14 131 71 48 28 5 250 10 932 235 9 949 36 135 41 17 6 – 29 983 – 1 21 6 1 – – 242 6 588 266 8 915 1 112 1 104 1 383 239 442 40 288 345 319 317 74 277 735 183 163 52 489 283 233 111 15 164 8 572 24 4 70 51 10 4 1 1 145 56 934 1 228 69 773 3 762 791 943 82 574 743 1 035 1 019 309 3 375 3 348 454 615 181 465 125 943 839 822 401 51 463 27 150 63 8 173 160 46 11 2 3 145 204 652 3 371 211 676 3 700 886 954 81 571 679 948 1 033 388 3 408 3 383 413 319 191 171 155 870 812 777 505 72 431 25 148 65 8 149 149 50 9 1 3 073 223 225 3 350 255 410 2 351 2 334 3 199 732 301 68 542 640 840 779 330 939 973 804 790 129 853 699 649 389 85 312 17 183 39 8 128 94 33 10 – 2 673 187 728 2 888 192 600 3 940 736 014 143 1 041 860 860 702 334 3 368 3 354 531 847 433 701

4 3 3 1

205 1 348 803 586 418 73 244 14 146 52 9 116 26 27 11 3 3 031 172 425 3 437 194 742

1 802 95 882 324 50 713 490 172 46 7 16 326 931 558 17 937 1 020 831

1 643 93 182 243 38 657 486 167 45 7 13 309 851 552 14 540 933 116

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

INJURIES AND DEATHS
Farm related injuries: Operator and family members Hired workers Farm related deaths: Operator and family members Hired workers farms number farms number farms number farms number 69 73 13 20 – – – – 3 5 2 (D) – – – – 12 12 – – – – – – 18 18 1 (D) – – – – 19 21 2 (D) – – – – 13 13 7 12 – – – – 4 4 1 (D) – – – –

FARMS BY SIZE
1 to 9 acres 10 to 49 acres 50 to 69 acres 70 to 99 acres 100 to 139 acres 140 to 179 acres 180 to 219 acres 220 to 259 acres 260 to 499 acres 500 to 999 acres 1,000 to 1,999 acres 2,000 acres or more 619 1 830 462 688 553 946 364 357 1 281 788 397 295 13 64 17 21 17 26 14 8 21 9 5 4 88 238 56 68 66 100 56 36 151 63 39 33 182 553 122 187 135 259 80 100 339 204 86 55 154 497 133 195 163 256 101 93 336 207 123 73 86 260 74 94 84 174 66 56 218 160 73 73 96 218 60 123 88 131 47 64 216 145 71 57

FARMS BY NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
Oilseed and grain farming (1111) Vegetable and melon farming (1112) Fruit and tree nut farming (1113) Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production (1114) Other crop farming (1119) Tobacco farming (11191) Cotton farming (11192) Sugarcane farming, hay farming, and all other crop farming (11193, 11194, 11199) Beef cattle ranching and farming (112111) Cattle feedlots (112112) Dairy cattle and milk production (11212) Hog and pig farming (1122) Poultry and egg production (1123) Sheep and goat farming (1124) Animal aquaculture and other animal production (1125, 1129) 2 806 29 9 66 911 – – 911 3 190 186 66 215 48 427 627 64 – – 1 11 – – 11 118 7 – 4 1 9 4 294 2 1 2 94 – – 94 392 29 9 50 9 50 62 694 6 2 14 231 – – 231 891 50 21 80 20 112 181 759 10 5 24 248 – – 248 813 53 17 50 6 146 200 473 6 – 16 162 – – 162 522 26 8 25 5 64 111 522 5 1 9 165 – – 165 454 21 11 6 7 46 69

LIVESTOCK
Cattle and calves inventory Farms with 1 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Cows and heifers that had calved Beef cows Farms with 1 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Milk cows Farms with 1 to 4 5 to 9 10 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Heifers and heifer calves Steers, steer calves, bulls, and bull calves See footnotes at end of table. farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 4 221 310 182 652 2 047 812 443 212 55 3 142 3 139 474 461 401 761 147 4 799 34 82 20 10 1 – 127 2 517 127 2 513 49 65 12 1 – – 3 4 3 – – – – – – 107 1 091 109 1 191 556 30 427 95 277 110 55 17 2 439 13 663 429 13 510 107 236 59 24 3 – 24 153 15 1 8 – – – – 404 8 076 448 8 688 1 243 67 131 213 626 235 125 35 9 1 010 35 073 984 33 876 227 553 153 37 14 – 49 1 197 25 3 17 – 3 1 – 901 16 046 1 012 16 012 1 095 77 468 170 519 216 120 56 14 926 37 354 907 36 792 190 500 139 59 16 3 44 562 25 – 18 1 – – – 791 19 094 891 21 020 659 84 499 88 302 125 72 52 20 540 28 768 531 28 372 95 277 82 51 21 5 21 396 5 8 5 2 1 – – 453 25 745 519 29 986 521 45 858 52 241 106 61 51 10 432 25 086 423 24 698 74 209 75 38 23 4 18 388 8 – 8 1 1 – – 361 9 954 418 10 818

742 1 840 520 210 77 12 159 2 700 81 12 56 4 5 1 – 3 017 80 006 3 397 87 715

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

LIVESTOCK Con.
Cattle and calves sold Calves Cattle Fattened on grain and concentrates farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number 20 782 2 448 551 1 332 772 7 752 420 352 140 395 17 422 2 028 199 1 192 377 2 975 553 968 423 400 2 899 1 396 326 425 263 329 543 757 582 farms number farms number farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 1 160 2 1 235 920 977 739 349 1 145 2 1 145 16 494 2 176 263 1 180 640 5 809 363 502 121 856 14 079 1 812 761 1 058 784 2 594 483 727 369 721 2 536 1 290 923 274 220 286 491 716 549 720 769 411 154 297 15 536 8 726 77 2 170 715 268 13 366 8 010 68 3 801 2 913 61 27 564 11 7 9 11 13 10 34 1 779 51 25 785 61 32 837 3 455 8 4 409 177 35 2 499 31 1 228 29 1 271 34 5 766 32 4 530 37 5 903 35 3 776 33 239 57 247 15 38 5 24 2 (D) 1 388 148 210 80 692 493 29 701 10 876 1 204 118 509 69 816 218 34 873 26 916 311 166 291 22 22 25 56 108 78 217 20 175 292 146 116 322 316 918 32 306 67 48 724 2 197 231 25 643 209 12 256 213 13 387 145 45 935 132 19 187 148 32 018 133 24 453 191 399 376 2 000 66 138 16 220 6 (D) 3 498 271 1 79 25 3 418 245 802 102 074 280 177 534 291 925 540 670 124 006 92 593 3 570 319 1 83 28 3 486 291 725 197 397 269 330 276 221 867 121 606 141 346 109 840 3 475 252 1 79 26 2 396 226 253 590 470 113 289 071 791 301 398 527 90 502 69 990 4 468 248 1 89 30 3 378 217 029 628 282 577 835 383 304 793 899 505 89 199 67 469

Hogs and pigs inventory Farms with 1 to 24 25 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Used or to be used for breeding Other Hogs and pigs sold Feeder pigs Litters of pigs farrowed between Dec. 1 of preceding year and Nov. 30 Dec. 1 and May 31 June 1 and Nov. 30 Sheep and lambs of all ages inventory Ewes 1 year old or older Sheep and lambs sold Sheep and lambs shorn

777 413 435 77 59 66 149 222 204 521 50 436 748 362 999 825 809 165 85 410 134 106 671 4 640 567 76 069 531 37 886 498 38 183 421 83 863 387 60 025 444 69 623 384 69 539 591 376 1 127 7 587 192 998 51 1 514 16 187

570 310 790 52 46 65 114 177 116 385 33 875 545 276 915 617 554 179 63 000 97 64 229 2 865 418 53 810 399 27 229 366 26 581 378 84 761 357 55 078 404 77 574 366 68 332 543 469 1 133 7 501 191 814 50 655 18 232

458 218 727 49 33 76 94 116 90 305 23 206 440 195 521 489 372 275 43 379 66 25 976 1 060 330 37 738 314 19 352 288 18 386 290 51 756 258 33 632 302 52 640 262 43 907 392 091 915 12 575 173 1 174 26 723 11 1 075

359 154 116 63 53 45 67 80 51 258 16 298 335 137 818 370 260 729 29 313 64 22 172 976 280 29 280 257 15 345 234 13 935 363 87 038 325 45 481 397 84 587 344 61 155 523 506 963 7 632 128 1 306 40 563 8 759

3 067 2 596 164 281 516 512 359 576 15 206 2 245 1 123 1 122 2 416 2 256 2 406 2 320 2 635 6 51 1 7 079 899 928 797 814 102 354 570 156 466 527 597 200 071 489

2 684 2 346 103 256 863 436 272 181 11 914 1 225 1 113 1 111 1 359 1 217 1 322 1 271 2 275 861 039 741 296 628 743 631 119 491 933 732 345 524 162 080

farms number farms number pounds of wool farms number farms number farms number farms number

Horses and ponies inventory Horses and ponies sold Goats inventory Goats sold

688 775 287 468 326 5 101 107 3 190

4 571 37 542 765 4 468 188 3 699 61 2 342

POULTRY
Layers and pullets 13 weeks old and older inventory (see text) Farms with 1 to 399 400 to 3,199 3,200 to 9,999 10,000 to 19,999 20,000 to 49,999 50,000 to 99,999 100,000 or more Layers 20 weeks old and older Pullets 13 weeks old and older but less than 20 weeks old Layers, pullets, and pullet chicks sold (see text) Broilers and other meat type chickens sold Farms with 1 to 1,999 2,000 to 59,999 60,000 to 99,999 100,000 or more Turkey hens kept for breeding Turkeys sold See footnotes at end of table. farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 754 2 347 423 708 26 3 8 5 – 4 725 2 178 074 128 169 349 79 (D) 92 285 735 77 14 1 – 86 624 51 3 566 443 494 2 336 804 450 24 3 8 5 – 4 476 2 168 684 84 168 120 54 1 806 475 55 280 341 40 14 1 – 47 450 42 (D) 5 67 5 – – – – – – 5 67 – – – – 1 (D) 1 – – – – – – – 27 (D) 24 2 – – – – 1 25 (D) 5 105 4 (D) 5 (D) 3 2 – – 1 (D) 1 (D) 120 (D) 109 6 1 3 – – 1 119 (D) 17 (D) 14 (D) 18 136 638 14 3 1 – 15 132 13 963 472 101 124 411 93 4 1 – 3 – – 99 123 788 13 623 9 91 097 14 41 026 10 4 – – 7 (D) 10 720 101 90 (D) 80 5 1 3 – – 1 83 (D) 16 (D) 10 37 748 7 (D) 4 3 – – 7 71 8 552 040 151 (D) 139 7 – 2 2 – 1 145 222 229 33 (D) 17 340 096 10 14 842 8 2 – – 17 185 10 1 180 779

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

LIVESTOCK Con.
Cattle and calves sold Calves Cattle Fattened on grain and concentrates farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number 4 272 152 1 56 18 3 215 133 288 288 132 943 850 539 343 438 593 381 70 241 53 678 145 2 652 1 291 65 1 017 365 113 1 635 926 21 (D) (D) 4 39 4 – – – – – 2 (D) 3 (D) 6 234 25 – – – 2 (D) 2 (D) 2 (D) 22 721 19 525 24 735 22 676 4 777 43 138 6 8 4 (D) 1 (D) 568 18 472 8 654 250 5 785 1 935 442 12 687 6 720 62 1 314 988 73 17 351 23 14 11 10 7 8 39 2 019 68 15 332 75 43 919 3 344 13 (D) (D) 41 2 928 37 1 471 39 1 457 84 4 434 74 3 320 99 5 851 72 3 670 30 148 240 1 468 65 351 19 232 5 (D) 1 224 44 872 20 798 547 12 995 4 262 981 31 877 16 537 115 2 146 1 481 129 35 204 51 15 14 19 17 13 67 3 799 117 31 405 143 81 296 8 445 27 23 495 1 142 75 6 724 62 3 329 63 3 395 205 12 449 195 8 431 227 12 075 197 10 571 89 910 655 3 850 156 468 47 422 19 424 1 127 62 196 34 645 517 13 763 4 683 878 48 433 29 961 102 3 552 2 716 90 38 705 44 8 13 12 6 7 45 8 068 81 30 637 93 98 176 9 542 21 41 040 1 387 51 9 132 43 4 544 44 4 588 249 23 412 227 16 265 266 45 430 227 18 466 123 620 658 4 510 173 1 461 40 443 7 164 678 112 745 71 853 317 13 409 3 788 523 99 336 68 065 49 (D) (D) 43 11 179 18 3 5 6 7 4 28 933 39 10 246 45 22 429 2 892 9 1 134 43 30 1 528 26 849 26 679 99 10 547 94 6 380 105 13 382 97 10 422 70 856 326 2 972 89 508 15 (D) 7 108 546 31 351 14 891 247 9 881 3 507 406 21 470 11 384 32 1 984 1 347 24 2 925 11 3 – 5 4 1 19 (D) 20 (D) 21 4 007 405 6 (D) (D) 19 (D) 17 (D) 12 (D) 64 5 888 56 3 612 74 6 779 61 5 104 41 098 195 1 295 33 204 13 150 7 86

Hogs and pigs inventory Farms with 1 to 24 25 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 199 200 to 499 500 or more Used or to be used for breeding Other Hogs and pigs sold Feeder pigs Litters of pigs farrowed between Dec. 1 of preceding year and Nov. 30 Dec. 1 and May 31 June 1 and Nov. 30 Sheep and lambs of all ages inventory Ewes 1 year old or older Sheep and lambs sold Sheep and lambs shorn

363 105 403 151 43 43 52 41 33

farms number farms number farms number $1,000 farms number $1,000 farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number

200 15 208 328 90 195 383 250 061 24 653 76 87 395 3 292 218 20 860 187 10 501 186 10 359 723 57 451 665 38 533 795 84 252 676 48 909 360 409 2 117 14 233 522 3 000 138 1 402 46 848

farms number farms number pounds of wool farms number farms number farms number farms number

Horses and ponies inventory Horses and ponies sold Goats inventory Goats sold

POULTRY
Layers and pullets 13 weeks old and older inventory (see text) Farms with 1 to 399 400 to 3,199 3,200 to 9,999 10,000 to 19,999 20,000 to 49,999 50,000 to 99,999 100,000 or more Layers 20 weeks old and older Pullets 13 weeks old and older but less than 20 weeks old Layers, pullets, and pullet chicks sold (see text) Broilers and other meat type chickens sold Farms with 1 to 1,999 2,000 to 59,999 60,000 to 99,999 100,000 or more Turkey hens kept for breeding Turkeys sold See footnotes at end of table. farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number farms number 260 10 619 258 2 – – – – – 249 9 390 44 1 229 25 (D) 37 5 394 37 – – – 39 174 9 (D) 3 49 3 – – – – – – 3 49 – – – – 1 (D) 1 – – – 1 (D) – – 36 1 252 36 – – – – – – 32 972 9 280 2 (D) 10 1 149 10 – – – 5 (D) 1 (D) 73 5 240 72 1 – – – – – 73 4 813 13 427 11 (D) 17 1 931 17 – – – 11 58 4 27 92 2 110 92 – – – – – – 88 1 838 11 272 9 456 4 579 4 – – – 15 52 2 (D) 32 906 32 – – – – – – 32 802 5 104 3 105 3 735 3 – – – 5 21 1 (D) 24 1 062 23 1 – – – – – 21 916 6 146 – – 2 (D) 2 – – – 2 (D) 1 (D)

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

SELECTED CROPS HARVESTED
Corn for grain or seed Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Corn for silage or green chop Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Sorghum for grain or seed Irrigated farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres tons, green farms acres farms acres bushels farms acres 14 342 3 175 113 295 056 391 704 148 001 3 5 2 1 856 996 225 897 368 12 540 2 992 672 278 080 540 651 134 540 3 4 2 1 542 088 767 810 333 246 34 358 3 233 492 9 777 18 99 96 26 7 49 2 248 23 105 – – 21 20 7 1 – 7 1 259 64 104 – – 114 19 934 549 169 – – 15 45 33 13 8 9 623 20 860 – – 1 7 – 1 – 23 1 415 84 421 – – 2 16 5 – – – – – – – 28 5 604 7 292 651 – – 1 13 9 1 4 224 36 533 1 241 070 6 283 14 80 88 32 10 1 140 237 621 22 198 268 43 7 553 47 262 488 264 79 389 19 792 217 528 11 (D) 127 208 49 5 – 58 6 248 383 303 – – 712 199 525 5 749 663 6 661 34 259 203 108 108 57 5 977 261 289 – – 5 31 16 5 – 186 12 814 645 064 4 261 43 99 38 6 – 4 (D) (D) – – 236 61 447 89 644 033 1 (D) 8 72 74 45 37 971 239 612 8 210 591 24 3 705 24 191 411 244 101 3 287 875 895 82 617 129 170 37 321 113 614 1 234 907 419 1 199 70 234 704 949 23 1 892 341 676 155 21 6 164 23 249 1 350 351 7 396 2 127 765 457 22 805 088 19 2 120 97 587 634 407 402 214 22 181 949 971 8 914 25 96 79 10 4 809 52 634 2 996 003 10 335 194 452 149 11 3 17 1 678 24 720 – – 688 206 125 294 744 043 – – 13 142 284 152 97 2 681 866 728 29 882 724 103 14 973 65 452 888 795 481 2 901 780 213 72 324 780 188 36 122 83 585 1 121 727 385 1 165 80 450 791 729 28 2 399 250 692 181 30 12 183 30 555 1 956 849 2 (D) 2 039 759 704 21 132 536 28 2 855 81 546 599 370 443 248 26 254 1 122 468 4 258 34 123 73 13 5 874 63 806 3 590 180 10 364 194 474 180 22 4 26 3 662 59 346 – – 675 187 318 264 739 971 2 (D) 17 170 240 136 112 2 298 729 624 25 291 750 100 17 662 49 402 797 625 425 2 464 612 749 57 118 163 133 23 875 105 581 945 556 277 953 69 450 688 444 24 1 534 223 517 179 20 14 128 17 307 1 069 265 2 (D) 1 753 640 410 17 480 076 17 982 80 429 535 348 361 207 28 149 1 073 213 2 (D) 17 96 69 18 7 761 55 936 2 966 033 9 337 162 421 148 26 4 20 2 211 33 998 – – 507 129 678 182 859 081 6 661 21 129 202 92 63 1 945 518 802 17 677 503 75 11 002 43 441 709 508 244 2 502 451 836 40 588 708 108 28 892 176 947 883 330 166 793 56 752 535 480 29 1 722 222 387 155 19 10 152 20 467 1 229 116 1 (D) 1 843 622 392 17 193 480 17 1 900 99 596 533 294 321 183 18 016 673 669 1 (D) 25 98 45 12 3 819 55 402 2 871 053 10 243 198 451 142 26 2 15 1 357 23 109 – – 471 108 367 144 057 759 2 (D) 11 156 168 89 47 1 868 359 767 12 146 542 42 10 584 99 700 681 261 127

4 785 308 116 3 061 677 119 8 775 1 314 2 592 736 100 43 753 106 218 6 475 034 13 628 9 561 3 177 527 89 470 811 114 10 931 2 2 1 1 541 874 797 640 709

4 548 298 926 2 961 235 115 (D) 1 184 2 500 726 96 42 692 99 085 6 052 988 12 (D) 8 588 3 007 422 84 910 012 87 8 518 2 2 1 1 406 462 537 540 643

Wheat for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Barley for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Oats for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Flaxseed Irrigated

farms acres bushels farms acres

966 104 892 4 233 108 15 1 259 122 475 288 61 20

918 101 200 4 101 470 15 1 259 107 451 282 59 19 3 472 242 007 13 152 754 43 1 540 793 1 913 662 91 13 82 (D) (D) – – 2 605 698 539 983 337 538 11 1 356 71 682 977 515 360 9 987 2 751 066 94 450 180 350 58 209 2 3 2 1 294 266 574 465 388

farms acres bushels farms acres

3 729 253 972 13 726 509 51 1 840 910 2 027 684 94 14

farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres pounds farms acres

85 9 504 152 429 – – 2 858 740 707 1 041 102 232 14 1 640 95 776 1 067 549 371

Sunflower seed Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Soybeans for beans Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more See footnotes at end of table.

farms acres bushels farms acres

11 700 2 939 146 100 762 163 391 66 394 3 4 2 1 522 121 053 575 429

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

SELECTED CROPS HARVESTED
Corn for grain or seed Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Corn for silage or green chop Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Sorghum for grain or seed Irrigated farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres tons, green farms acres farms acres bushels farms acres 1 802 182 441 16 975 851 53 13 461 314 908 458 87 35 237 9 190 100 442 4 (D) 130 92 10 4 1 61 7 133 422 046 1 (D) 973 170 105 4 560 799 27 2 413 135 412 260 100 66 farms acres bushels farms acres 48 3 692 131 638 – – 15 24 6 2 1 farms acres bushels farms acres 257 11 965 573 755 8 300 117 114 22 3 1 farms acres bushels farms acres farms acres pounds farms acres 3 (D) (D) – – 253 42 168 57 764 694 3 284 24 94 90 34 11 farms acres bushels farms acres 1 713 188 080 6 311 983 41 8 185 228 855 479 110 41 40 2 582 216 679 – – 4 32 4 – – 1 (D) (D) – – 1 – – – – – – – – – 19 1 704 40 656 – – 4 9 4 2 – – – – – – – – – – – 1 (D) (D) – – – 1 – – – – – – – – 8 562 524 150 – – – 8 – – – 46 3 332 112 654 – – 9 29 5 3 – 229 24 626 2 220 344 7 (D) 33 126 55 8 7 29 (D) (D) 1 (D) 15 13 1 – – 6 361 18 041 – – 110 15 481 429 369 4 98 23 46 36 1 4 5 1 110 38 983 – – 1 – 3 – 1 32 1 735 103 341 – – 16 13 2 – 1 1 (D) (D) – – 38 6 324 7 816 173 2 (D) 1 14 18 4 1 220 28 338 953 869 4 (D) 28 117 50 18 7 552 55 998 5 471 476 13 4 716 104 263 152 26 7 72 1 438 16 059 1 (D) 57 13 2 – – 11 785 40 390 1 (D) 274 41 698 1 118 580 8 770 42 121 71 27 13 6 226 6 600 – – 1 5 – – – 75 2 946 163 309 2 (D) 41 26 8 – – – – – – – 75 10 545 14 270 753 – – 8 31 27 6 3 514 52 364 1 764 046 8 2 166 58 253 168 26 9 507 48 262 4 334 075 18 1 905 87 256 130 26 8 62 3 376 36 797 – – 27 28 4 3 – 21 2 550 154 163 – – 263 53 056 1 419 597 5 286 28 106 72 33 24 14 744 32 182 – – 3 10 1 – – 71 3 372 142 269 4 173 31 35 4 1 – 1 (D) (D) – – 56 9 532 12 808 590 – – 7 15 19 13 2 473 54 328 1 836 420 20 2 423 59 233 132 35 14 274 27 325 2 447 744 12 1 783 46 135 70 16 7 40 2 379 31 471 1 (D) 16 20 2 1 1 15 1 587 105 558 – – 155 31 480 829 847 7 1 099 20 66 35 19 15 13 1 134 40 037 – – 5 5 1 2 – 50 2 321 84 624 2 (D) 21 22 6 1 – 1 (D) (D) – – 39 8 798 12 249 900 – – 2 9 20 5 3 276 30 783 998 026 8 1 116 45 132 69 22 8 200 23 648 2 285 533 3 (D) 40 96 47 11 6 33 1 107 8 342 1 (D) 14 18 1 – – 8 1 850 103 894 – – 152 26 686 722 750 3 160 18 64 42 18 10 10 478 13 836 – – 5 4 1 – – 28 (D) (D) – – 8 17 2 1 – – – – – – 37 6 407 10 095 128 1 (D) 6 17 6 6 2 184 18 935 646 968 1 (D) 29 91 55 6 3

Wheat for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Barley for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Oats for grain Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Flaxseed Irrigated

Sunflower seed Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Soybeans for beans Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Farming Item Total farming and other occupations Age of operator (years) Total Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

SELECTED CROPS HARVESTED Con.
Potatoes, excluding sweetpotatoes Irrigated farms acres cwt farms acres 49 4 386 932 485 13 1 874 42 (D) (D) 13 1 874 – – – – – 3 170 24 600 – – 13 2 163 612 950 4 1 668 7 64 6 595 4 (D) 3 (D) (D) 2 (D) 16 1 922 281 960 3 (D)

Hay alfalfa, other tame, small grain, wild, grass silage, green chop, etc. (see text) Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Alfalfa hay Irrigated

farms acres tons, dry farms acres

19 298 3 584 798 6 590 651 696 77 573 2 6 5 2 1 874 476 521 838 589

15 533 3 265 190 6 060 829 565 68 525 1 4 4 2 1 550 994 830 640 519

192 22 269 45 595 4 58 39 80 51 16 6 155 12 931 32 715 4 58 – – – – – – – – – 1 (D) – –

1 174 195 690 379 702 32 4 796 117 466 346 166 79 1 000 115 480 264 745 32 4 366 5 63 2 (D) 1 3 1 – – 13 (D) – –

3 613 737 601 1 437 474 138 16 947 308 1 195 1 159 614 337 3 175 435 521 989 288 126 12 940 29 259 6 (D) 19 7 3 – – 41 4 390 1 (D)

3 624 852 914 1 638 932 142 16 586 292 1 006 1 197 711 418 3 227 507 497 1 142 592 128 12 997 20 246 13 121 9 7 4 – – 49 6 352 1 (D)

3 191 726 430 1 307 368 119 14 724 319 1 023 961 552 336 2 722 405 380 863 723 106 10 756 17 185 7 80 8 8 1 – – 37 5 541 1 (D)

3 739 730 286 1 251 758 130 15 414 475 1 224 1 116 581 343 3 072 414 174 820 112 124 12 371 30 324 10 38 15 12 3 – – 49 6 133 2 (D)

farms acres tons, dry farms acres farms acres farms acres

16 085 2 070 754 4 459 532 635 61 236 150 1 238 58 294 91 45 14 – –

13 351 1 890 983 4 113 175 520 53 488 101 1 076 38 265 52 37 12 – – 190 24 067 5 (D)

Vegetables harvested for sale (see text) Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 0.1 to 4.9 acres 5.0 to 24.9 acres 25.0 to 99.9 acres 100.0 to 249.9 acres 250.0 acres or more Field seed and grass seed crops Irrigated See footnotes at end of table.

farms acres farms acres

203 25 036 5 (D)

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USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service

Table 48.

Summary by Age and Principal Occupation of Operator: 1997 Con.
Other occupations Item Total Under 25 25 to 34 Age of operator (years) 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 and over

[For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text]

SELECTED CROPS HARVESTED Con.
Potatoes, excluding sweetpotatoes Irrigated farms acres cwt farms acres 7 (D) (D) – – – – – – – 1 (D) (D) – – 3 (D) (D) – – 1 (D) (D) – – 1 (D) (D) – – 1 (D) (D) – –

Hay alfalfa, other tame, small grain, wild, grass silage, green chop, etc. (see text) Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 1 to 24 acres 25 to 99 acres 100 to 249 acres 250 to 499 acres 500 acres or more Alfalfa hay Irrigated

farms acres tons, dry farms acres

3 765 319 608 529 822 131 9 048 1 324 1 482 691 198 70

55 4 235 6 612 1 (D) 20 21 11 3 – 37 2 212 4 540 1 (D) – – – – – – – – – – – – –

398 33 302 59 981 15 1 645 150 146 69 26 7 285 17 819 36 354 14 1 422 2 (D) – – 2 – – – – 1 (D) – –

1 063 83 169 141 886 39 2 271 402 414 182 51 14 773 46 131 94 766 36 1 871 10 31 3 1 9 – 1 – – 6 550 – –

1 134 90 954 146 771 40 2 854 400 451 213 53 17 843 55 681 102 725 33 2 437 18 63 9 16 15 2 1 – – 2 (D) – –

634 60 978 103 512 23 1 408 198 252 126 43 15 471 35 207 67 548 19 1 200 10 39 4 7 6 4 – – – 1 (D) – –

481 46 970 71 060 13 (D) 154 198 90 22 17 325 22 721 40 424 12 (D) 9 (D) 4 6 7 2 – – – 3 (D) – –

farms acres tons, dry farms acres farms acres farms acres

2 734 179 771 346 357 115 7 748 49 162 20 30 39 8 2 – –

Vegetables harvested for sale (see text) Irrigated Farms by acres harvested: 0.1 to 4.9 acres 5.0 to 24.9 acres 25.0 to 99.9 acres 100.0 to 249.9 acres 250.0 acres or more Field seed and grass seed crops Irrigated

farms acres farms acres

13 969 – –

1Data are based on a sample of farms. 2Farms with total production expenses equal

to market value of agricultural products sold are included as farms with gains of less than $1,000.

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