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Have you ever wondered how many acres of chile are grown in New Mexico? Are you curious about where New Mexico pecan production ranks nationally? Do you want to become more educated about New Mexico agriculture in general?
Learn all about New Mexico agriculture in the 2019 New Mexico Agricultural Statistics bulletin.
In cooperation with the New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA), the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) New Mexico Field Office released the bulletin last month.
New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte said the publication includes updated statistics that reflect the industry’s significant economic impact on the state.
“The ag stats bulletin not only reveals the impact of crops, livestock, farms and commodities,” he said, “it also reflects the importance of the growing value-added agriculture industry in our state. When you see the numbers, you realize the impact of agriculture in New Mexico. The bottom line is that agriculturalists are resilient. They work through adversity to bring food to the plates of all New Mexicans, and they constantly seek new opportunities to connect directly to consumers.”
Highlights of the 2019 New Mexico bulletin include:
Each year, a team of enumerators collect the data, and the USDA-NASS state and federal staff compiles the data to publish the New Mexico Agricultural Statistics bulletin.
Find the complete bulletin, visit https://www.nmda.nmsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/2019-NM-Ag-Statistics.pdf.
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