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2011

Oregon County and State
Agricultural Estimates
Special Report 790-11 • April 2012

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Mr. The following pages include 2011 preliminary estimates for production and value. the value of production would be significantly higher than the value of sales. The estimates we provide are obtained from a team of more than 70 OSU Extension and Research faculty statewide. That percentage is multiplied by the value of production estimate to derive the estimated value of sales. there are revised estimates for 2009 and 2010. Bart Eleveld. We are now able to collect and disseminate data electronically through a web-based system. for on-farm use. That means that no marketing charges or indirect government payments are included in our price estimates. Corvallis. . Any data that represent fewer than three producers or one producer with 60 percent or above are confidential. regional. who assembled the current report and uploaded the data to the web. That is done by hiding them within our database or by combining them with other commodities in county. We collect only farmgate-level estimates. as well as earlier versions. 2012.g. Web access is provided for you to review and download the publicly available numbers that we update periodically in our database. Clark is the database programmer who designed and developed the software necessary to make the OAIN system operational. All of the data reported here were in our database as of March 15. or sheep). These numbers reflect their best judgment with respect to commodity production. Commodities like some of the livestock forages are frequently produced. USDA. President. These tables may be displayed on your monitor and downloaded for printing. A single price estimate is made for each county’s production regardless whether it is sold in an open market environment or consumed as an input to the production of other commodities (e. The estimates represent overall annual values. dairy cattle. Dixon Creek Software. Thus. just click on the Next button below the login boxes. The percent of sales for the commodity is also estimated. OAIN Database. or statewide summaries. Statewide and county charts are available by clicking the Charts button. The URL for our homepage is: http://oain. The value of production estimate reflects the entire value of the commodity without regard to whether it is sold or consumed on-farm. A special thank you to Robert Clark. No username/password is required.. goats. Oregon. can be obtained by clicking on the Ag Summaries (SR 790) button on the right side of our homepage. He continues to provide technical support and upgrades. The year that a commodity is sold is not a factor in preparing our estimates of percent sold. and usage patterns over time. Our definition of confidentiality is similar to that used by the Oregon Field Office. To see any portion of our database accessible to the public. who provided leadership to the OAIN project for the past 15 years. They are knowledgeable about selected crop and livestock production in the counties that they serve. Or you may select a spreadsheet output for further analysis. Preliminary or first estimates are revised as needed when updated information is received. National Ag Statistics Service.edu/ This publication. We also wish to acknowledge and bid farewell to Dr.2011 Oregon County and State Agricultural Estimates Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN) Extension Economic Information Office Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics Oregon State University This report provides a quick overview of Oregon’s recent crop and livestock production.oregonstate. prices. for commodities that are consumed on-farm in other enterprises. in part. This year he oversaw the transition to Dr. Larry Burt. We try hard to protect confidential data from being viewed by agricultural industry members or the general public. We recognize that their choices for aggregating data may shift the gross farm sales ranking of specific commodities and sectors. you may click on the homepage button. In addition. You may then bring up pre-formatted reports on the menu provided or click on User Defined Report/Query to create your own tables. beef cattle.

018 212.577 p = preliminary. 2011p Vegetables & truck crops 6% Dairy products 10% Cattle 15% Poultry 3% Other animal products 4% Tree fruit & nuts 7% Other specialty products 2% Grains 12% Small woodlots & Christmas trees 4% Small fruit & berries 3% All Crops 68% All Livestock 32% Hay & forage 9% Nursery & greenhouse crops 12% Field crops 6% Grass & legume seeds 7% 2011p Sales ($000) by Commodity/Sector Field Crops Grains Grass & Legumes Hay & Forage Nursery & Greenhouse Crops Small Fruit & Berries Small Woodlots & Christmas Trees Specialty Products Tree Fruit & Nuts Vegetables & Truck Crops All Crops Cattle & Calves Dairy Products Other Animal Products Poultry All Livestock All Crops & Livestock 323.702 $1.Agricultural Commodity Sales Oregon.946 203.843 523.260 $3.845 150.629 450.216 337.241 799.336 $5.597 641.122 315..848 634. Extension Economic Information Office.629 120. Oregon State University.000). Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).199. 1 .781 340.g.678.000 = $10.141 145. Values are in thousands of dollars (e. 10.000.521.

767 21.452 Baker 29.000.115 35.472 3.094 14.000 = $10.868 Columbia 21.Gross Farm & Ranch Sales ($000) by District & County.874 South Central 333.145 Union 69.624 Hood River 78.237 $1.611 131.893 North Central 1.407 30.199.536 Wallowa 30.940 Lane 88.469 Coos 15.335 $5.513 64.931 Eastern 273. 10.000.736.208.572 p = preliminary.174 158. 2 .697 Umatilla 415.521.865 78.234 10.742 Tillamook 5.617 Malheur 143.769 91.168 Clatsop 5.233 Douglas 47.883 279.822 251.733 Lake 58.229 Crook 24.867 Multnomah 51.210 Wasco 107.076 54.905 503.529 284.103 Polk 104.967 25.568 113. Oregon State University.000).013 Willamette Valley 1.021 Klamath 141.740 269.686 97.039 125.433 332.287 290.509 10. Extension Economic Information Office.304 Morrow 308.308 26.622 Josephine 11.195 296.507 70.364 Grant 9.043 46..216 25.456 South Western 103.274 168.968 Clackamas 262.160 472.825 51.304 12.g.524 Coastal 73.599 42.008 2.746 Gilliam 25.225 66.132 Sherman 63.715 331.146 67.075 15.911 Washington 265.407 525.598 3.305 87.946 74.335 43.233 167.744 State Total $3.290.168 35.934 83.950 152.697 68.592 Wheeler 1.778 Yamhill 212.282 15.008 Linn 210.476 23.803 30.712 45.043 52.797 50.641 46.858 477.493 343.938 283.799 13.795 141.623 56.296 Deschutes 14.760 58.029 664.788 Harney 27.904 400 79.693 616.505 55.693 26.080 49.359 Curry 12.668 Jefferson 58.668 Jackson 44.024 6.868 156.372 259.969 36.015 11.678.706 93.776 4.349 25.249 19.580 Marion 458.165 1.913 137. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).820 80. Values are in thousands of dollars (e. 2011p District & County All Crops All Animal Products Total Sales Benton 82.222 21.734 55.271 Lincoln 13.

018 107.367. this category includes commercial fisheries and aquaculture.781 419. Values are in thousands of dollars (e. turf.834 2. (1) Crops included in Specialty Products are nursery.122 306. r = revised.986 948.04% Specialty Products (1) 973.46% All Livestock and Poultry Total Sales 5.848 298.721 10.938. & Percentage Change Commodity Group 2011p (thousands of $) 2010r (thousands of $) Percentage Change Grains 634. farm forest products (small woodlots logs and firewood).69% Grass & Legumes 340. miscellaneous specialty crops. 10.199.678.336 1.000. and fee hunting and recreation.140 19.691 5.946 472.80% Dairy Products 523. (2) Starting in 2011.007 p = preliminary. greenhouse.65% 3.843 709.513 7.845 104.348 95.957 8.702 32.521.26% Hay & Forage 450.666 51. Christmas trees.559 34. 2010r.07% .867 17. 3 19.g. hybrid poplars. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).241 2.428.089 47.83% Vegetables & Truck Crops 315.107 12.84% Poultry 150.85% All Crops Cattle & Calves 799.69% Field Crops 323. Extension Economic Information Office.. Oregon State University.577 4.629 256.000 = $10.61% Other Animal Products (2) 203.88% Small Fruit & Berries 145.597 305.000).260 294.702 142.820 9. bulbs.35% 1.Gross Farm & Ranch Sales by Commodity Group 2011p.33% Tree Fruit & Nuts 337.

870 35.097 20.000).391 21.728 82.516 19.262 15.730 Kentucky Bluegrass 15.967 8.505 24.833 80.201 28.603 183. 4 .315 99.767 123.318 9.065 80.808 48.674 31.308 31.346 17.561 34. Extension Economic Information Office.410 -6.350 50.689 50.746 122.848 19.410 272.g.631 172. Oregon State University. Fresh 14.067 96.462 73.831 60.513 17.542 68.082 75.170 26.726 29.721 11.857 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Horses and Mules Bartlett Pears Cranberries Strawberries Silage.946 521.498 516.191 125.604 17.556 -82.567 9.898 84.914 17. Corn Misc.562 709.564 69.778 628. Processed Bulbs Red Clover Sugarbeets for Sugar Hogs and Pigs 24.983 31.595 7.063 62.516 8.032 23.015 * Commodities and their sales values hidden to preserve the confidentiality of individual producers. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).131 9.863 85.383 18. p = preliminary.653 19.257 74.781 91.975 64.243 18.008 175.915 15.325 -- 72.008 18.328 100.880 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Christmas Trees Corn for Grain Commercial Fisheries Perennial Ryegrass Chicken Eggs Tall Fescue Wine Grapes Sweet Cherries Blueberries Annual Ryegrass 99. Income Barley Sweet Corn.449 58.474 56.839 14.307 32.800 40.512 14.385 403.840 29.525 16.737 16.866 10.392 24.528 90. Values are in thousands of dollars (e..540 9.475 31.216 15.843 523.772 10.471 91. r = revised. “--” = commodity category not used.218 87.595 32.581 44.070 13.000.342 24.110 35.455 23.306 13.350 10.146 513.571 23.858 23.619 43.538 121. Processed Hops Sweet Corn.667 124.000 = $10.012 10.204 165.690 8.917 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Winter Pears Broilers Peppermint for Oil Hazelnuts Apples Fresh Market Vegetables Marion and Other Blackberries Sheep and Lambs Veg and Flower Seed Grass and Grain Straw 66.193 54.690 87.580 259.368 531.519 23.331 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 * 40 Watermelons Snap Beans. 10.355 20.662 24.738 20.379 12.160 41.538 37.731 113.298 35.107 472.Oregon’s Leading Agricultural Commodities Ranked by 2011p Gross Farm Sales ($000) Rank Commodity 2011p 2010r 2009r 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Cattle Dairy Products Wheat Nursery Crops Alfalfa Hay Potatoes Dry Storage Onions Other Hay Greenhouse Crops Farm Forest Products 799.591 74.753 84.529 20.780 35.234 40.838 20.721 354.361 20.816 85.706 149.719 78.188 30.562 91.216 11.207 128.307 35.

278 2.776 8.054 Other Statewide Commodities Total Gross Farm Sales 12.434 3..386 4.903 1.498 11.748 2.047 4.367.231 6. r = revised.535 4.Rank Commodity 2011p 2010r 2009r 49 50 Tomatoes Squash and Pumpkins 9.963 1.783 1.761 1.151 1.238 4.353 4.130 2.000).993 4.278 3.463 2.599 6. Colonial 1.901 10.921 2.238 1.837 1.912 9.543 2.408 1.739 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 White Clover Fee Hunting and Recreation Orchardgrass Green Peas Red Fescue Hay Silage Chewings Fescue Sugarbeet for Seed Oats Turf Sod 8.239 7.578 12.315 8. Fresh Poa Trivialis (rghstck Bluegrass) Garlic Farmed Oysters 3.363 91 92 93 94 Spearmint for Oil Walnuts Hairy Vetch Wool Total Ranked Commodities 1.470 4. 10.206 8.257 71 * 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 * 79 80 * Commodities and their sales values hidden to preserve the confidentiality of individual producers.352 3.500 2.229 1.238 643 359 851 131.179 2. p = preliminary.000 = $10.003 9.896 2.930 5.000.587 8.095 8.102 523 735 937 125.689 4.239 902 1.325 Other Dryland Hay 3.722 5.452 1.108 7.310 5.067 763 1.347 5.873 1.217 6.178 5.654 6.825 4.925 -3.412 7.799 Meadowfoam Seed Radish Seed 2.032 3.102 2.240 8.914 2.011 Canola for Oil Evergreen Blackberries Bentgrass.573 9. Creeping Other Irrigated Hay Black Raspberries Honey and Beeswax Other Onions Hybrid Poplars (cottonwoods) 5.991 4.785 3.302 4.355 5.602 4.538 5.130 5.246 3.196 5.899 3.441 5.133 2.131 7.685 1.843 6.061.708 2.885 Red Raspberries Peaches Snap Beans.g.071 1.085 6.720 4.809 3.602 2.627 1.309 5.008 13.874 5. Extension Economic Information Office. “--” = commodity category not used.609 5.781 6.515 6.086 2.199. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.386 1.432 1. Oregon State University.416 8.387 2.059 4.205 2. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).231 3.956 4.297 3.229 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 * 88 89 90 Radish Seed Spearmint for Oil Boysenberries Alfalfa Seed Hard Fescue Rabbits 1.993 6.520 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 * 70 Field Corn for Seed Crimson Clover Bentgrass.936 3.323 3.680 2.682 2.083 3.003 5.454 4.071 9.970 1.456 1.088 8.205 1.820 13.128. 5 .

000 (X) 993..363 9.000 = $10.441 Rye 350 41 14.81 548.717.851 Grass & Legume Seeds Acres Pounds 1.922 97 10.649 65.650.492 82 272.310 100 6.40 6.000 6.60 6. Values are in thousands of dollars (e. 10.281 68.665 67.629 Commodity Oregon Agricultural Estimates for Selected Commodities.330 14.609 100 73.000 Alfalfa Hay 361.045 59.77 8.236 95 521.535 200.653 100 19.080 1.422.622 74 32.84 331.51 10.300 (X) 4.216 100 15.141 107.350 75 2.630 1.300 2.520 1.g.300 602 2.883 109.6 Area Harvested Yield Per Acre Total Production Price ($) Value of Production Percentage Sold Value of Sales Calculations may not balance due to rounding.60 73.898 Red Fescue 8.000 Percent $1.000.828 3.71 193.750 28.000 Percent $1.204 Other Hay 571.584 (X) 593. p = preliminary.3 1.250 81 80.500 4.000 Pounds Per CWT $1.278 Bentgrass Seed 4.00 5.529 (X) 98.936 Subtotal 420.900 (X) 13.031 100 340.90 19.259 Subtotal 997. 2011p .195 49.810 903 17.186 192.567 Oats 17.659 (X) 43.326.64 84.65 90.206 47 11. cwt = 100 pounds.261 10.096.721 Other Forage & Straw 43. Extension Economic Information Office.650 1.453.760 1.733. bbl = barrels. (continued on page 7) Grains Acres Bushels Bushels Per Bushel $1.690 Orchardgrass 15.350 (X) 4. bxs = boxes.74 25.278 100 2.660 40.059 Red Clover 19.545 98 5.976 100 84.026 248.690 100 90.217 100 7.653 Chewings Fescue 7.667 Silage.936 100 20.450 818 1.160 62. Oregon State University.641 Kentucky Bluegrass 10.95 97.589.000).710 2.537 (X) 663.579 99 1.217 Annual Ryegrass 122. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).315 Perennial Ryegrass 93.370 (X) 661.000 Percent $1.67 7.08 2.588 256.059 100 5.16 74 82 60 Corn for Grain 57. (X)=not applicable.216 Crimson Clover 7.700 244 14.20 5.643 74 441.661 29.395 96 634.563 Other Grains 1.450 6.628 (X) 341.730 145.416 Other Seeds 22.000 Alfalfa Seed 1.300 4.000 Wheat 987.100 813 12.067 8.250 5.460 1.174 (X) 20.641 100 6.446 100 8.607 171.4 618.60 15.939 99 96.498 Barley 32.622 152.089.6 1.310 Tall Fescue 106.780 Hay & Forages Acres Tons Tons Per Ton $1.509 (X) 680 96 652 Subtotal 1. Corn 21.323 65 125.

000 Potatoes 38.063 Prunes and Plums 1.595 Sweet Cherries 14.000 Units Per Unit $1.200 1.825 99 30.290 1.900 35 ton 384 49.726.7 315.634 17.756 91 3.0 2.01 165.458 2.543 100 2. 10.000 Apples 5.9 ton 44.043 lbs 7. (X)=not applicable.620 94 lbs 2.6 453.008 Dry Field Beans 3.000.388 (X) (X) (X) 315.063 100 66.000 Units Per Unit $1.004 Tree Fruits & Nuts Acres Units 1.117 100 18. 2011p (continued) .7 Area Harvested Yield Per Acre Total Production Price ($) Value of Production Percentage Sold Value of Sales Calculations may not balance due to rounding. Extension Economic Information Office.93 23.108 99 80.2 ton 42.070 Winter Pears 11.762 3.980 2. cwt = 100 pounds.369 2. bxs = boxes.095 10.13 44.903 100 1.44 3.614 100 165.592 100 315. (continued on page 8) Field Crops Acres Units 1.616 (X) (X) (X) 18.000).000 Percent $1..582 100 48.3 ton 145.069 98 2.764 1.207 Peppermint for Oil 22.049 0.4 192.128 88 40. Oregon State University.030 lbs 9.046.80 66.103 (X) (X) (X) 3.904 99 84.117 0.100 Subtotal 182. p = preliminary.900 lbs 7.391 Sugarbeets for Sugar 10.995 Subtotal 91.0 1.01 85.03 2. bbl = barrels.465 565 cwt 21.122 Commodity Oregon Agricultural Estimates for Selected Commodities.543 Canola Oil 4.98 81.833 Hazelnuts 31.000 Percent $1.21 1.708 1.02 48.907 99 44.644 467 bxs 2.173 (X) (X) (X) 30.351 0.51 46. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.234 Other Tree Fruits & Berries 2.688 98 337.93 652 98 641 Wine Grapes 19.101 100 14.775 (X) (X) (X) 345.269 lbs 39.50 19.000 = $10.416 3.008 100 19.34 14.730 0.609 Vegetable & Flower Seed 12.540 22 cwt 79 0.663 Other Field Crops 83.609 100 5.581 Hops 4.257 Peaches 890 173 bxs 154 24.2 ton 47.903 Sugarbeet for Seed 2.434 Bartlett Pears 4.g.9 ton 3.391 100 23.858 12.76 5. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).

611 lbs 2.661 (X) (X) (X) 20.562 100 113.24 74.018 Vegetables & Truck Crops Acres Units 1.536 Subtotal 21.185 229 cwt 500 22.28 4.306 100 13.516 100 20.070 9.489 1. 10.000 Nursery Crops (X) (X) (X) (X) 518.216 Red Raspberries 940 4. cwt = 100 pounds.434 lbs 60. Calculations may not balance due to rounding.809 Black Raspberries 1.000 Percent $1..455 Sweet Corn. Fresh 2.89 21.692 100 4. Processed 18.700 Subtotal (X) (X) (X) (X) 979.8 bbl 381. bbl = barrels.216 (X) (X) (X) 325.986 Total All Crop Sales 3.024 (X) (X) (X) 100.9 ton 179.062 2.597 0.373 96 88.915 Snap Beans.689 Cranberries 2. bxs = boxes.067 Other Specialty Products 206.000 Strawberries 1.890 lbs 4.20 134.494 98 13.516 Greenhouse Crops (X) (X) (X) (X) 126.049 (X) (X) (X) 35.171 (X) (X) (X) 145. 2011p (continued) .874 100 20.761 100 516.000 = $10.0 117.559 Subtotal 124.971 96 3.59 13.191 Sweet Corn.216 7.4 201.875 6.700 666 cwt 16.101 (X) (X) (X) 21.562 Christmas Trees 6. Extension Economic Information Office.819 100 74.097 100 21. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).906 98 124.462 Other Berries 6.627 99 99.785 136.576 99 973.25 99.000 Percent $1.1 34.410 Bulbs 806 (X) (X) (X) 20.731 Farm Forest Products (X) (X) (X) (X) 113.097 Other Fresh Vegetables 40. Oregon State University.000).g.874 Other Vegetables & Truck Crops 8.42 23. (X)=not applicable.626 100 35.624 (X) (X) (X) 92.000 Units Per Unit $1.854 0.000 Percent $1. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.347 87 9.501.688 Other Processed Vegetables 13.92 13.542 lbs 22.86 3.455 100 23.8 Area Harvested Yield Per Acre Total Production Price ($) Value of Production Percentage Sold Value of Sales .68 11.000. Processed 16.306 Blueberries 8.980 11.779 Specialty Crops Acres Units 1.000 Units Per Unit $1.9 ton 116.050 1. (continued on page 9) Small Fruit & Berries: Acres Units 1.000 Dry Onions 24.280 1.446 8.204 100 99.137 7.624 95 20.664 96 312.894 95 128.908 99 145.358 1348.000 Units Per Unit $1.169 Commodity Oregon Agricultural Estimates for Selected Commodities. p = preliminary.

081. bxs = boxes.355 Sheep & Lambs 217.300 shorn 1.000). cwt = 100 pounds.773.355 Honey 56.808 Chicken Eggs 3.899. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).g.188 Dairy Products 113.9 Value of Sales Calculations may not balance due to rounding: (X)=not applicable.970 25.753 Wool 266.310 cwt 523. Extension Economic Information Office.114.946 Broilers (X) 22.753 Commodity Inventory Quantity Sold Oregon Agricultural Estimates for Selected Commodities..100 168.528 lbs 1. Livestock (X) (X) 36.000. bbl = barrels. Oregon State University Livestock & Poultry: Head Units $1.600 layers 80.900 (X) 14.470 Horses & Mules 112.766.000 dozen 87.843 Hogs & Pigs 14.388 head 18.408. 2011p (continued) .839 Other Misc.500 head 62.580.000 Cattle 1.584 Total Agricultural Sales 5.200 hives (X) 4. 10.400 (X) 799.027 Total Livestock & Poultry 1.665.000 = $10.400 (X) 31. p = preliminary. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.

843 523.299 25.581 120.298 9.782 144.749 5.000 - - 706 - 35.011 2.693 26.040 23.220 14.271 Lincoln .013 - 19.594 - - 1.937 283.890 10.363 - .780 - - 183 125.147 Union 25.442 54.556 279 5.254 86.950 4.800 - 7 28.631 1. 10.232 167.132 4.156 88.527 17.216 24.125 58.713 44.904 - - - 400 - 400 79.177 14.477 10. 1.419 State Total 634.042 2.637 53.868 Columbia - 836 - - - - - 8. 141.016 9.386 204 19. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.233 Douglas 69 17.768 21.601 6.387 21.686 97.591 Wheeler 25 1.792 103.735 54.224 22.995 78 .696 9.106 139.359 1.760 58.288 8.850 337.400 - - - 17.701 203. 46.731 Lake 354 52.126 132.199.208.090 - - 9 16 10.470 Coos - - - - .584 704 - - 1.741 Tillamook - 377 - - - - - 3.598 340.703 191.581 2011p Grass & Tree District Hays & Legume Field Fruits Small & County Grains Forage Seeds Crops & Nuts Fruits Oregon Gross Farm and Ranch Sales ($000).583 - 36.303 2.457 South Western 363 21.844 28.235 1.434 332.160 62.785 64.281 - - - 169 1.584 - - - - - 100 . 4.517 7.909 118.540 11.120 72.076 13.846 8.038 125.029 5.191 68.961 3.760 792.416 - - 10.961 - .450 26.269 199 3.365 262.414 334 30.622 Josephine 32 3.952 134.223 51.367 29.912 Washington 15.733 23.007 Linn 29.322 2.807 1.769 269.921 12.237 12.867 .884 75 .194 15.365 Grant . 3.643 2.222 21.564 10.184 3.014 19.190 158. 1. 13.348 29.334 43.003 74.974 - - - - - 4.966 64.884 4.727 11 11.807 15.429 7.171 817 - 420 3.631 8.350 5.138 - - 1.347 13.781 450.568 6.524 Coastal . 196.800 14.568 113.276 42.334 44.778 Yamhill 11.262 173 - - - - 3.447 47.094 14.812 308.967 273.287 37.397 6.639 7. The “not disclosed” values = sum of row / column hidden values (-).920 1.120 - 3. 7.509 46.135 - - - 90 3. 27. 31.483 - - 596 1 25.514 - 87.105 1.884 1.802 21.168 35.508 10.790 Harney 51 27. Not Crops Products Disclosed Crops Calves Products Poultry Animals Disclosed All Animal Products Total Gross Sales Calculations may not balance due to rounding.709 76 30.125 19.350 - - - - 162 11.007 9.598 2.170 11. 143.232 Crook 2.407 1.138 6.159 2.128 1.204 - - 440 11 1.500 127.660 42.147 4.794 210.248 3.270 7.195 296.794 115.486 - 1.080 49.474 5.903 33.946 74.400 23.661 415.493 343.883 279.554 5.552 - 12.850 46.304 Morrow 119.865 5. Benton 9.000).944 9.853 9. 2011p .978 - - 810 32 50.156 80.012 2..590 73.367 - 3.893 North Central 402.828 33 2.506 11.289 138.265 .019 12.976 - - 1.461 5.370 34.275 - - - - - 499 - 1.388 10.431 - 46.580 458.886 121.968 25.740 24.237 43. 58.117 5 5.940 Lane 6.331 20.029 664.817 .597 2 28.763 11. “-” = data may not exist or may not be displayed due to confidentiality rules.874 South Central 32.283 2.895 73. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).407 525.686 .080 - - 9.934 83.741 28.088 78.961 11.215 - - 350 204 21.932 3.355 1.145 67. Extension Economic Information Office.736.375 - 5.125 - 42.000 895 13.013 15.019 315.653 1.367 169 95.115 35.327 7.553 - - 1.862 - 52.915 71.177 5.171 Clatsop - 205 - - - - 3 4. 5. 6.001 14. 18.224 .248 9.145 82.939 144.695 616.644 18.485 52.183 29 131.225 - .508 15.261 973.931 Eastern 85.530 284.602 15. 12.828 33 8.146 101.798 15.047 26.579 Marion 21.356 12.868 156.083 68.022 Klamath 15.961 4.909 4.463 247 1.349 25.562 107.698 179.628 323.730 - - - - - 976 1.573 1.486 - 3.382 588 15.359 Curry - 53 - - .650 - 24.319 11.453 Baker 8. 1.226 1.667 Jackson 262 177 - .777 2.798 - - - - - 3.017 265.854 3.812 15.295 Deschutes 567 8.438 50.850 3.913 137.050 12. 1.225 66.011 472.929 157 2.435 96.263 75.844 591 331.095 14.010 5.985 11.341 15.132 29 4.506 21 30.360 7.201 14.623 Hood River - 528 - .592 31.599 6.840 .846 - - .351 44.872 Multnomah 1.032 305.023 - - - - 6.617 Malheur 44.589 17.392 15.894 168.521.702 .602 36.252 3.482 . 24.799 13.594 104.748 738 70.513 211.944 39.828 27.706 93.239 2.769 91.597 12.226 12.406 4.281 16.583 - .307 69.10 Vege- Crops Livestock table Specialty Not All Cattle & Dairy Eggs & Misc.753 2 11.125 145.558 52.g.727 - - 350 - 45.611 8.288 29.336 5.717 297.580 16.338 1.796 2.746 Total Undisclosed 3.242 32.158 157.123 8.456 3.874 - 15.011 63.768 141.669 Jefferson 13. 2.431 1.608 - - 915 285 69.797 49.590 1.956 60.108 5.678.496 3.697 Umatilla 172.942 1.166 30. 152.212 Wasco 30.011 Willamette Valley 111.845 - 10.077 54. p = preliminary. 23.133 Sherman 56.469 1.482 .905 503.068 - 3.394 10 3.846 315.462 175 35.044 6.565 5.079 - 160 244 2.572 2.308 25.568 290.381 6.061 - - . 76.676 .446 .381 - 55.509 115.562 11. 37.245 799.858 16.553 11.825 - - 798 - 26.739 18.969 Clackamas 3.821 - - .151 2.320 63.514 33.570 17.422 8.505 55.684 161.980 21. 46.516 5. Oregon State University.760 1.000.316 6.857 477.375 - 4. 2.526 189.746 Gilliam 24.533 - .946 150.379 6.139 5.472 3.819 50.709 23.461 407 1.043 2.820 80.088 6.290.404 236 251.074 - - 20 - 13.164 1. 8. 94.623 56.531 15.994 11.210 4.103 Polk 13.825 51. 59.000.927 7.537 Wallowa 7.124 390 - - - - - - 994 25.865 78.263 16.969 11. 347.407 29.336 333.227 384 - - - - - 3.136 7.459 - 5.918 335 2.737 19.180 6.324 1.960 .016 14.464 212.986 189.825 231.056 9.591 5.559 9.000 = $10.676 157 9.732 .899 217.160 68.215 24.372 259.814 20.

850 - - 1.931 Tillamook - 335 - - - - - 2.677 513 - 409 3.287 - 128 252 2.059 37.899 Willamette Valley 87.720 118.216 1.687 176 3.275 12.697 298.846 1.623 - - 176 285 22.261 32.686 307.439 30.776 6.261 - 3.134 - - 390 . 54.413 568.384 .787 6.877 - - 1.127 119.488 - - - - - 4. 2.000).542 397.482 2.605 1.499 15.575 2. 39.785 325 2.677 8.343 10. 31.924 .431 17.404 210 - - - - - 3.237 112.641 144.460 Eastern 52.059 3.636 Josephine 31 2.640 299 - - - - - - 1.200 22.205 12.984 235.725 66.006 12.998 668 832 45.677 - - - - - 4.835 168.065 700 403 - - - 3.741 Columbia - 750 - - - - - 7.832 969 .764 69.820 1.640 8.679 2.415 173. Benton 6.261 14.840 - 42.081 102.016 - 1.034 5.838 - 157.623 44.079 11.871 241.090 769 63.503 Linn 24.572 335 13.664 Hood River - 528 - .422 14.686 73. 2. Oregon State University.557 294.864 1.389 144.079 164 1.670 2.547 8.615 Umatilla 114.724 Crook 1.800 - 4 1.975 19.103 3.599 Morrow 71.274 625 14.156 35.363 67 25.947 781. 10.816 57.828 Gilliam 14.404 35.467 4.942 2.189 Washington 12.124 10.875 70.101 9.867 4.651 3.084 44.11 Tree Fruits Small & Nuts Fruits Vege- Crops Livestock All table Specialty Not All Cattle & Dairy Eggs & Misc.318 4.126 223.641 - - 1.828 5.719 3.175 45.577 395.445 9.926 2.974 59. 2010r .202 65.523 25.314 - .219 413.830 82.073 - - 5.903 11.748 164.654 49.276 11. 363.879 134 5.010 Wasco 20.767 3.215 6.772 - 1.184 15.188 Multnomah 824 1.484 Douglas .421 7.298 Total Undisclosed 2. 1.032 10.956 326.000 - - 686 .969 55. 3.376 21.000.053 775.693 104.765 223.100 18.986 - - 6.055.076 18.823 107.008 2010r Grass & District Hays & Legume Field & County Grains Forage Seeds Crops Oregon Gross Farm and Ranch Sales ($000).060 619 - - 1.126 63.615 9.252 Wheeler 23 895 - - - - - 1.411 159 2.351 13.721 142.664 - 26.764 4.571 5.181 23.242 10.265 194.285 27.584 124.532 182.821 1.457 2. Extension Economic Information Office.305 7.632 20.229 46.507 Polk 11.192 1.928 Lane 3.654 42.841 6.369 6.959 18 3.966 273.725 42.401 95.125 141.016 12.196 81.082 Harney 41 21.288 4.432 - 22.068 1.456 12.696 133.767 88.308 51.610 138.888 43. 43.093 Union 13.640 - 192.511 - - - 14.691 877 6 5.100 - 1.535 6.651 4.531 7.234 2.580 6.706 - 36.130 - .666 305.881 20.394 - - 1. 134.881 3.010 - - - 7.726 2.976 10.138 52.894 172.780 5. r = revised.364 217.781 2 10.848 .191 State Total 419.772 136. 4.518 3.609 537.607 62.787 87.006 49.115 Coastal .468 4.958 306.666 6.633 - - 530 41 1.420 33.078 - - 626 250 1.796 4.970 Baker 2.350 5.070 - - 20 . 39.268 6.689 264. 18.913 .364 67. 10.265 21.500 - - 8 15 9.266 10.278 - 5.227 - - 1.097 - - .851 30.494 - 9.854 Grant .279 2.593 11.930 - - - 25.178 10.412 20.666 274.852 21.776 12.524 46.553 - .246 8.746 5.454 50.934 11. Not Animal Crops Products Disclosed Crops Calves Products Poultry Animals Disclosed Products Total Gross Sales Calculations may not balance due to rounding.730 1.938 122.034 .491 14.163 178.000 95 3.421 - - 637 1 22.015 401 3.830 250.200 40.775 220.756 Clackamas 2.669 6.140 1.312 29.124 14.868 22.998 1.202 16.757 67.501 423.249 29.492 20.313 16.558 39.528 10 2. 11.536 4.945 49.361 128.806 Sherman 38.964 630 57. “-” = data may not exist or may not be displayed due to confidentiality rules.743 1.009 7.493 63.667 88.423 11.835 194.080 4.515 948.415 .989 Lake 334 37.537 South Central 16.030 21.443 969 - - 756 2.025 6.016 878 15.500 - - 183 125. 30.781 2 159 2.281 53.543 14.827 1..016 27 3.709 84.072 5.150 1.811 .359 155.175 10.733 116 24.704 Clatsop - 171 - - - - 2 2.248 15.634 Lincoln - 720 - - - - 104 6.631 Wallowa 5.509 Yamhill 10.945 - .407 106.100 - 2.396 17.396 4. 5.998 18.897 64.090 13.791 244.141 9.622 18.289 5.891 - 971 22 119.504 - 6.608 12.886 61.465 - - - - 6.345 337.507 18.141 709.514 8.354 8.136 2.823 4. 139.809 58.311 .817 .433 - - - 179 1.442 5.177 5.448 1.106 128. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).238 14. Values are in thousands of dollars (e.334 - - 526 26 42.285 15.092 48.862 - 216.017 18.140 456 45.177 21.700 136.350 8.942 1.808 11.274 - - - - - 248 60 21.082 - - 1.718 46.726 22.631 4.709 20.470 10.019 11.550 776 8.084 301.498 12.024 North Central 259.857 80.263 1.459 - 92.249 4.564 67. 84.826 12.153 - - 3.355 164 9.709 109.205 - 2. 24.224 200. 16.721 4.132 Klamath 8.269 Curry - 34 - - - 2.676 56.786 233.564 182 15.700 110.992 87.110 2.027 6.609 21.380 Jefferson 7.943 7.775 11.662 15.388 82.360 12. The “not disclosed” values = sum of row / column hidden values (-).100 39.938. 12. 54.660 27 8.393 - - - - - 1.369 1.091 36.660 27 2.043 11. 30.038 Jackson 263 6.714 5.308 .949 45.234 6.199 - - - 400 - 400 87.500 446.203 2.628 .225 Marion 16.935 3.917 4.547.164 229.724 22.818 951 9.404 17.468 58. 45.605 37.618 521 217.417 42.739 9.350 4.089 256.080 35.532 93.249 75 1.408 22.324 Deschutes .081 6.870 11.540 Malheur 30.000 = $10.161 - - 1.389 - .154 South Western 294 19. 16.724 19.280 227.188 30.575 12.499 92.794 Coos - - - - - 5.428.781 11.961.078 1. 10.416 62.916 10.233 6.107 472.067 17.622 27.301 32.904 60.066 - - 288 210 17.g.663 11.367.207 - 962 .

730 400 731 71.600 - .372 Lincoln - 5.389 58.100 64.650 31.790 370 1.420 400 7.710 20 - 13.534 Union 33.335 68.124 .735 Umatilla 279.260 1.164 27.000 30.525 202.220 2.081 5.406 204.725 16.530 9.700 481.030 690 3.800 91.842 Jackson 1.652 Deschutes 900 18.697 Harney 700 126.450 39.250 - 5.000 6.586 23.100 6.650 909.670 16.200 17.500 - - 30 2.698 330 3.720 5.888 48.474 Sherman 118.570 2.345 7.350 4.171 125.990 31.084 84.951 4.650 38.048 391. 12.450 650 - - - - .300 500 - - 6.564 5. Oregon State University.580 1.775 43.194 8.539 Total Undisclosed 9.817 19.150 - - .804 State Total 1.675 9.579 6.239 1. 126.400 22. “-” = data may not exist or may not be displayed due to confidentiality rules.050 380 3.060 Coastal . 12 .310 58.000 - - - - 530 94.700 40.229 Multnomah 1. 44.902 12.790 13.725 Polk 20.450 31.682 Crook 3.500 6. The “not disclosed” values = sum of row / column hidden values (-).817 Yamhill 16. 136.000 106.782 182 60 16.585 Coos - - - - 30 1.230 Malheur 52.000 - - - - - 10 50 10. by District and County.720 12.990 41 .640 37. 77.550 - .477 152.525 326 1.405 16.180 Tillamook .800 - 840 - - 200 - 62 40.088 200 20.785 7.815 9.917 183.600 21.580 14.767 12.505 Wasco 61.563 - 1.096 2.240 1.034 Josephine 180 10.096. 12.700 14.814 378.250 - - 1.542 Clatsop - 5.804 3.700 157.770 15.088 552.125 83.627 Willamette Valley 162. 1.630 49.325 Morrow 198.000 - - - - - - .030 Wheeler 150 6.780 1.600 - - - - 12 20 83 5.045 3.736 Wallowa 15.874 Gilliam 98.140 11.388 Marion 30.160 18.100 South Central 50.638 Clackamas 5.370 190.515 80 - - 130 15.529 1.598 34.200 - - 925 - 643 - 50 11.015 5.184.050 - - - - - - 1.072 - - 150 3.415 53. 2011p 2011p Grass & Tree Small Vege- Acreage District Hays & Legume Field Fruits Fruits & table Specialty Not Total & County Grains Forage Seeds Crops & Nuts Berries Crops Products Disclosed Acres Benton 13.750 35.764 420.000 - - - - - - .800 125.650 96.975 - - - - 206 130.819 62 3.805 8.750 - - - - - 30 2.282 1.041 - - 890 - 1. p = preliminary.950 29.037 212.247 Baker 14.600 - - - - - - 97 44. 13.856 Lane 8.900 2.436 162.800 - - - 8.000 635 196.600 - 4.950 394.450 15.760 800 4.206 88.028 Hood River - 1.251 75.510 258.715 Columbia - 5.014 309 - - - - - 906 55. Extension Economic Information Office.Harvested Acreage Summary.530 Curry - 2.000 11.640 3. 1.047 40.998 South Western 1.311 Washington 22.600 251 450 6.850 900 - 230 490 - 90 1.600 2. 28.786 1.239 Grant .000 - - - - - - - 6.770 62 635 200 1.201 811 70.150 North Central 756.578 340 - - - 378 92.725 - 11. 141.070 10.700 Jefferson 14.231 204.309 44.460 180 3. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).753 - - - 81.600 4.735 1.100 138.769 34.939 930 14.950 - - 8.081 Lake 3.100 75.750 1.326 Calculations may not balance due to rounding.915 20.612 1.300 28.880 204.953 38.697 1.550 - 1.211.182 Eastern 116.442 Douglas 150 39.000 - - - - 150 - 30 5.025.770 1.535 4.743 99.300 36.228 101.810 - 18.950 - - - - - - 389 20.070 Klamath 27.855 - 1.226 - - 690 - 334 49. 10.721 5.568 381 .721 348.500 7.650 6.951 Linn 42.775 21.455 - 150 5.703 52.

331 Wallowa 12.751 1.575 3.991 Union 42.880 - 15.073 31.500 15.500 - - - - - - 700 134.689 146.480 350 7.273 93.500 23.450 - 4.569 - 160 5.000 .675 20 - 13.870 380 9.780 204.757 Deschutes - 19.690 120.145 194.850 7.268 130.094 Klamath 21.Harvested Acreage Summary.176 48.755 10 - 29.800 60.642 Grant - 44.830 4.970 3.535 21.282 26.850 23.255 251 450 6. “-” = data may not exist or may not be displayed due to confidentiality rules.114 896.960 South Western 1.250 32.696 Polk 20. 12.550 300 - - - 3.700 38.142 20.394 91.850 15.165 - .200 1.845 58.200 - - - 1.150 North Central 713.800 - - - - - 70 2.631 64.020.555 29.315 88.210 14.487 Linn 40.600 - - 30 2.200 14.255 Jackson 1.600 7.025 15.400 975 4.666 40.365 482.336 State Total 1.189 548.050 - - 162 3.050 37.810 21.057 187.412 Lincoln - 4.600 - - - - - - 99 44.844 Willamette Valley 151.773 Hood River - 1.218 - - - 79.299 Gilliam 91.500 - - - - - - 1.353 - 160 5.500 250 - - - - - 79.600 - - - - 10 20 77 5.485 - 1.100 162.200 107.750 10.850 12.342 46.270 387.000 6.957 Douglas - 39.141. Oregon State University.284 263.450 1.388 84.160 Tillamook - 10.001 1.510 73.493 210.650 29.450 - 621 133. by District and County.090 - 1. r = revised.450 4.000 9.181 83.336 3.000 - - - - - - - 6.375 805 4.433 Yamhill 18.269 .300 3.200 - - 9.440 38.199 6.950 36.699 Harney 400 133.450 9.700 76.315 165.838 5.910 11.500 7.710 47.287 1.256 785 87.001 86.060 2.624 Eastern 107.130 Clatsop - 5.967 235 1.420 1. 13 .920 970 357 3.084 Josephine 180 10.663 75 - - 130 15.700 17.000 - - - - 550 88.830 12.646 Crook 2.700 - - 7.345 Coos - - - - 30 1.609 300 .530 68.273 Curry - 2.548 15.071 Calculations may not balance due to rounding.651 213.600 392.448 210.307 21.722 400 767 70.725 160 100 16.095 Umatilla 258.593 3.415 4.750 6.560 36.600 - .338 43.802 16.000 - - - - - 10 50 10.925 2.000 - - - 9.451 Sherman 113.878 5.600 Jefferson 10. Extension Economic Information Office.342 Baker 7.510 66.350 18.302 380.078 1.050.463 Clackamas 4.150 1.060 Coastal - 27.399 96.707 Columbia - 5.570 Marion 27.195 - 1.313 894 - - - - - 55.300 - - 1. 2010r 2010r Grass & Tree Small Vege- Acreage District Hays & Legume Field Fruits Fruits & table Specialty Not Total & County Grains Forage Seeds Crops & Nuts Berries Crops Products Disclosed Acres Benton 11. 139.041 178. 4.450 .900 125.039 77.800 - - - - 4.715 9.307 Washington 21.700 Malheur 44.000 35.945 Lane 5.200 12.281 424.605 51.385 Multnomah 1.738 370 1.002 905 16. The “not disclosed” values = sum of row / column hidden values (-).570 2.000 - - - - - - .261 11.190 9.620 7. 1.805 Lake 3. Source: Oregon Agricultural Information Network (OAIN).095 42.697 Total Undisclosed 9.631 300 4.131 102.791 9.934 28. 12.653 1.450 10.793 - - 295 - 1.184.965 3.700 39.050 1.498 Wasco 58.679 4.100 136.065 19.168 - - 545 - 8.738 62 597 220 1.100 South Central 37.475 8.200 - - 910 - 615 5 50 11. 13.494 340.445 451 - 740 4.618 215. 6.000 - - - - 130 - 30 4.500 - 575 - - 250 - 382 40.450 - - - - - - 1.750 880 - 230 601 - 70 1.907 Wheeler 150 6.450 30.468 Morrow 192.917 62 2.

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