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2012 Census of Agriculture – Part II: Geography of US Agriculture


This story is Part II of a four part series of infographics featuring the results of the 2012 Census of Agriculture. Don’t miss Part I: The Faces of Agriculture here.

The 2012 Census of Agriculture lets us know where food, feedstocks, and fiber are grown and sold in the United States – from where crops are harvested and marketed directly to consumers, to where rice and peanuts are grown. Census data provides a foundation to create programs and initiatives to improve access to local and regional food. Don’t miss next week’s infographic on the 2012 Census of Agriculture: US Agricultural Practices.

ProAg Friday Fun Ag Fact 2012 Census of Agriculture: Geography of US Agriculture Infographic

Please feel free to share this infographic via the social share buttons, and join us next week for Part III – US Agricultural Practices.

Source: US Ag Census – NASS USDA

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