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County highlights from the 2012 Census of Agriculture

State of North Dakota

Farmers sold $11 billion of products in 2012.

Dickey County

Farmers sold $267 million of products in 2012.

Dickey County ranks 3rd in North Dakota for inventory of turkeys.*

LaMoure County

Farmers sold $292 million of products in 2012.

LaMoure County ranks 2nd in North Dakota for inventory of turkeys.*

Logan County

Farmers sold $172 million of products in 2012.

Logan County ranks 1st in North Dakota for sales of livestock, poultry, and their products, with $86 million.

Stutsman County

Farmers sold $465 million of products in 2012.

Stutsman County ranks 2nd in the country, and 2nd in North Dakota for acreage of soybeans, with 422,000.

 

State of South Dakota

Farmers sold $10.2 billion of products in 2012.

Brown County

Farmers sold $520.6 million of products in 2012.

Brown County ranks 2nd in the country and 1st in South Dakota for acreage of corn for grain, with 351,000 acres.

Clark County

Farmers sold $249.4 million of products in 2012.

Clark County ranks 2nd in the state for inventory of hogs and pigs, with 75,000. The county ranks 3rd in the state for sales of hogs and pigs, with $24 million.

Day County

Farmers sold $189.7 million of products in 2012.

Day County ranks 2nd in South Dakota for aquaculture sales.*

Edmunds County

Farmers sold $271 million of products in 2012.

Edmunds County ranks 2nd in the state for inventory of pheasants.*

Faulk County

Farmers sold $216 million of products in 2012.

Faulk County ranks 2nd in South Dakota for inventory of broilers.*

Marshall County

Farmers sold $307 million of products in 2012.

Marshall County ranks 1st in the state for sales of livestock, poultry, and their products, with $161 million.

McPherson County

Farmers sold $159 million of products in 2012.

McPherson County ranks 3rd in the state for sales of poultry and eggs, with $15 million.

Spink County

Farmers sold $448 million of products in 2012.

Spink County ranks 9th in the country, and 2nd in the state for acreage of soybeans, with 273,000.

 

*Inventory figures were suppressed by the USDA in an effort to protect confidentiality.

Change in number of farms - Dakotafire counties

Change in number of farms – Dakotafire counties

Direct sales in Dakotafire counties

Direct sales in Dakotafire counties

 

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