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1 New England Cash Receipts 2012 December 15, Farm Cash Receipts down 2 percent in New England New England cash receipts from farm marketings totaled $2.702 billion in 2012, a decrease of $67 million from the revised 2011 value. Cash receipts from milk sales, at $795 million, remain the top contributor to overall sales. nursery sales, at $560 million, were the next largest cash contributor. Cash receipts from these two commodities comprised 50 percent of all farm sales in the 6-State region in Cash receipts were lower for greenhouse and nursery crops, apples, cranberries, wild blueberries, and milk but higher for other fruits and vegetables, poultry, aquaculture, cattle and calves, and other livestock. Crop sales in New England in 2012 were estimated at $1.372 billion, 1 percent below sales generated the previous year. The greenhouse and nursery industry remains New England's top contributor to crop sales, comprising 41 percent of the total. Fall potatoes were the second largest contributor accounting for 11 percent of all crop sales. New England cash receipts generated from livestock, livestock products, poultry, and aquaculture in 2012 also totaled $1.330 billion, 4 percent below 2011 but 14 percent higher than This decline is due mainly to lower milk sales and prices. Cash receipts from milk sales in New England totaled $795 million, 9 percent below the previous year. Dairy producers received an average of $19.75 per cwt for milk produced, $2.04 per cwt less than a year earlier. Sales from chickens, eggs, turkeys and all other poultry totaled $162 million, an increase of 7 percent from 2011 sales of $151 million. Although fewer eggs were produced in the four major States, prices averaged 9.6 cents/dozen higher than in Cattle cash receipts were up 8 percent over 2011: improved prices received from marketings more than offset reduced sales. Maine earned first place in the region due to it s diversity in agriculture cash receipts generated from fall potatoes, milk, poultry, aquaculture and wild blueberries. Total cash receipts from all agricultural commodities produced in the State totaled $703 million, less than 1 percent below the previous year. Sales generated from fall potatoes remained the top individual contributor to the State s cash receipts total. The value of Maine potatoes marketed in 2012 totaled $141 million, 5 percent below sales followed at $124 million, down 7 percent from a year earlier. A total of 609 million pounds of milk were utilized in 2012, with returns to producers averaging $20.40 per cwt.. Preliminary aquaculture cash receipts were placed at $78.7 million for 2012, up slightly from $78.0 million in Poultry cash receipts were placed at $69.9 million, up 7 percent. Wild blueberry sales contributed $69.1 million, 5 percent below the previous year. Wild blueberry processing prices averaged $0.75 per pound, down $0.15 per pound from Vermont was second in the region with $699 million in the State, 8 percent below the previous year. The value of milk sales totaled $501 million, 8 percent below a year earlier. Vermont milk sales remained the top individual contributor accounting for 72 percent of Vermont s total cash receipts. Dairy producers in Vermont received on average $19.60 per cwt for the billion pounds sold. Connecticut was third in the region with $544 million in cash receipts, up less than 1 percent from Cash receipts from greenhouse and nursery products were estimated at $236 million, 43 percent of the State's cash receipts total. sales were the next largest contributor to Connecticut's cash receipts, with $70 million in total revenue generated. Monies received from milk were down 11 percent from the previous year due to decreased prices received. Massachusetts followed with $510 million in total 2012 cash receipts, less than 1 percent below the previous year. nursery sales remained the top contributor to Massachusetts' total cash receipts, with sales estimated at $156.3 million. Cranberries, at $99.8 million, were the next largest contributor to the State s cash receipts total. Growers marketed fewer barrels but higher prices received limited cranberry receipts to 4 percent below the previous year. New Hampshire's cash receipts totaled $184 million in 2012, with greenhouse and nursery sales and milk comprising 58 percent of all receipts. Decreases in pounds of milk marketed and lower milk prices kept milk value 13 percent below the previous year. Rhode Island's greenhouse and nursery industry dominated the State s agricultural cash receipts, comprising $33.3 million of the total $62.1 million generated in New England Cash Receipts 2012 by State in 1,000 Dollars Vermont $699,313 Connecticut $543,829 New England Cash Receipts 2012 $171,483 Tobacco $57,242 Poultry $162,294 $197,589 $795,247 Rhode Island $62,082 New Hampshire $183,921 Massachusetts $510,006 New England Total = $2.70 Billion Maine $702,945 Greenhouse and $560,490 $131,760 Potatoes $154,523 Cattle $128,192 New England Total = $2.70 Billion = Hogs + All = Hay + Maple Syrup + All Other Livestock $112,444 Fruit $288,074

2 2 Cash Receipts USDA, NASS, New England Field Office CONNECTICUT: Cash Receipts, Hay 5,025 5,574 5,825 5,181 5,867 6, Tobacco, Broadleaf 18,876 22,496 13,841 D D D - Sweet Corn 9,720 11,620 10,920 8,400 6,665 12, Other 20,510 22,100 22,925 25,555 23,420 26, Apples 9,537 10,456 9,543 10,141 11,366 10, Peaches 1,980 2,400 2,160 2,520 2,310 2, Pears 1,300 1,073 D D D D - Berries 15,820 15,785 15,765 20,070 20,795 19, Maple Syrup 593 1, , Greenhouse/ 272, , , , , , All 2 28,395 45,638 41,548 40,325 56,765 47, Total Crops 384, , , , , , Cattle and Calves 11,097 8,168 9,851 8,706 12,917 15, Hogs and Pigs ,658 72,922 50,050 64,980 78,402 69, Chickens Chicken Eggs 51,938 60,116 41,686 39,566 41,948 46, Other Poultry 5,087 5,318 3,627 4,285 3,999 3, ,190 27,600 32,610 25,855 27,315 31, All 13,394 13,384 13,498 13,585 13,722 13, Total Livestock 183, , , , , , ALL COMMODITIES 567, , , , , , D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. Included in All. 1 May not add due to rounding. 2 All Other crops include Shade and Havana Seed tobacco and all tobacco in Connecticut Cash Receipts 2012 $69,935 $55,021 $33,721 $31,280 Fruits and $71,382 $236,000 Eggs $46,490 = Total Livestock - - Eggs - Fruits and = Sweet Corn + Other + Apples + Peaches + Berries = Hay + Maple Syrup + All Connecticut Total = $544 Million

3 USDA, NASS, New England Field Office Cash Receipts 3 MAINE: Cash Receipts, Barley 2,720 2,884 1,893 1,494 1,302 2, Hay 8,796 8,512 8,415 8,117 9,811 10, Oats 2,665 2,096 1,820 1,726 1,809 3, Fall Potatoes 127, , , , , , Sweet Corn 5,092 4,644 4,230 4,851 4,800 4, Other 22,090 20,805 23,710 23,220 20,260 29, Apples 11,914 14,304 13,644 13,456 12,305 12, Wild Blueberries 83,031 54,850 31,945 50,600 72,690 69, ,110 8,410 6,860 7,040 7,535 9, Berries Maple Syrup 7,525 8,832 12,996 10,553 12,240 11, Greenhouse/ 54,399 55,700 57,250 56,750 58,250 57, All 10,525 9,654 8,268 8,398 10,954 10, Total Crops 342, , , , , , Cattle and Calves 13,986 13,330 10,845 11,128 18,964 19, Hogs and Pigs ,908 1, , ,786 87, , , , Chickens Chicken Eggs 80, ,433 63,226 57,690 64,544 69, Other Poultry 2,680 2,500 2, ,220 53,525 40,880 77,615 78,000 78, Honey All 45,334 45,400 45,360 45,457 45,631 45, Total Livestock 294, , , , , , ALL COMMODITIES 637, , , , , , May not add due to rounding. Maine Cash Receipts 2012 Eggs $69,041 $56,656 $124,236 $67,775 Wild Blueberries $69,075 $38,152 $78,700 $57,750 Potatoes $141,560 = Total Livestock - - Eggs - = Sweet Corn + Other + Apples + Berries = Barley + Hay + Oats + Maple Syrup + All Maine Total = $703 Million

4 4 Cash Receipts USDA, NASS, New England Field Office MASSACHUSETTS: Cash Receipts, Hay 6,242 6,929 6,810 6,385 6,864 7, Tobacco, Broadleaf 10,328 12,923 4,015 D D D - Fall Potatoes 5,425 8,490 8,021 9,159 9,385 12, Sweet Corn 16,224 17,888 13,158 17,550 17,710 15, Other 37,530 40,550 42,145 46,500 43,560 48, Apples 15,524 17,860 19,376 19,143 20,569 19, Peaches 2,880 4,125 4,200 4,825 5,495 4, Cranberries 75, ,220 83,843 79, ,574 99, Berries 6,363 7,245 7,660 8,480 9,280 9, Maple Syrup 1,844 3,023 2,466 1,639 3,534 2, Greenhouse/ 172, , , , , , All 2 14,193 19,412 15,206 14,551 22,213 21, Total Crops 364, , , , , , Cattle and Calves 7,204 8,223 4,931 6,642 7,075 10, Hogs and Pigs 957 1, ,511 1,917 1, ,130 50,904 34,749 43,200 47,960 43, Chickens Z Z - Chicken Eggs 4,288 3,718 2,603 2,010 2,321 2, Turkeys 3 2,918 D D D D D - Other Poultry 6,000 7,137 7,206 7,493 7,868 8, ,488 15,700 17,530 15,065 15,595 17, All 28,611 28,697 28,458 29,019 28,782 28, Total Livestock 118, ,639 96, , , , ALL COMMODITIES 483, , , , , , D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. Z Less than 500 dollars. 1 May not add due to rounding. 2 All includes Shade type tobacco and all tobacco in Turkeys included in Other Poultry beginning in Massachusetts Cash Receipts 2012 $43,400 $17,025 $77,293 $31,436 $156,300 $51,193 Other Fruits $33,513 Cranberries $99,846 Other Fruits = Apples + Peaches + Berries = Hay + Tobacco + Fall Potatoes + Maple Syrup + All = Total Livestock - Massachusetts Total = $510 Million

5 USDA, NASS, New England Field Office Cash Receipts 5 NEW HAMPSHIRE: Cash Receipts, Hay 4,559 4,601 4,339 3,858 4,529 5, Sweet Corn 5,304 7,808 4,543 4,697 5,185 4, Other 7,415 8,795 5,620 6,300 6,600 5, Apples 10,615 13,776 14,703 11,065 8,856 8, Berries 2,353 2,235 2,390 2,300 2,650 2, Maple Syrup 3,276 5,111 5,029 4,820 5,880 3, Greenhouse/ 67,607 60,000 53,040 52,040 53,540 53, All 5,450 6,450 4,678 4,915 6,065 6, Total Crops 106, ,776 94,342 89,995 93,305 89, Cattle and Calves 6,226 5,349 7,232 7,644 7,267 11, Hogs and Pigs ,060 58,904 40,600 51,976 61,628 53, Chickens D D D D - Chicken Eggs 4,373 7,321 D D D D - Turkeys 2 89 D D D D D - Other Poultry 10,910 12,850 D D D D - All Poultry 3 17,967 16,292 17,434 18, ,674 1,725 1,715 1,620 1,600 1, All 7,022 7,179 7,098 7,193 7,338 7, Total Livestock 90,703 93,728 75,140 85,240 95,982 94, ALL COMMODITIES 197, , , , , , D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. 1 May not add due to rounding. 2 Turkeys included in Other Poultry in 2006 and All Poultry includes Chickens, Eggs, Turkeys and All Other Poultry beginning in New Hampshire Cash Receipts 2012 $53,508 $12,611 Apples $8,266 $15,891 Poultry $18,674 $53,040 $16,914 = Total Livestock - - Poultry = Sweet Corn + Other + Berries = Hay + Maple Syrup + All New Hampshire Total = $184 Million

6 6 Cash Receipts USDA, NASS, New England Field Office RHODE ISLAND: Cash Receipts, Hay Fall Potatoes 2 1,155 1,946 1,165 1,392 2,206 D - Sweet Corn 1,890 2,516 1,800 2,450 2,300 2, Other 5,065 5,125 5,300 6,200 5,400 7, Apples 1,101 1,413 1,501 1,621 1,962 1, ,601 3,638 3,511 3,195 3,555 3, Berries Greenhouse/ 41,330 37,700 34,800 32,800 33,800 33, All 1,023 1, ,125 1,315 1, Total Crops 55,608 53,614 49,048 49,472 51,398 51, Cattle and Calves , Hogs and Pigs ,798 3,980 2,769 3,492 4,271 3, Poultry 2,085 2,205 1,780 1,480 1,587 1, ,653 1,760 1,840 2,375 2,510 2, All 1,140 1,285 1,355 1,397 1,347 1, Total Livestock 9,753 10,310 8,678 9,565 11,325 10, ALL COMMODITIES 65,361 63,924 57,726 59,037 62,723 62, D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. 1 May not add due to rounding fall potatoes included in other vegetables Rhode Island Cash Receipts 2012 $4,121 $3,584 $10,652 $33,300 Fruits and Berries $5,217 $2,333 $2,875 Fruits and Berries= Apples + Berries = Sweet Corn + Other = Total Livestock = Hay + All Rhode Island Total = $62.1 Million

7 USDA, NASS, New England Field Office Cash Receipts 7 VERMONT: Cash Receipts, Hay 12,186 11,909 11,037 11,133 12,587 13, Sweet Corn 3,672 2,800 2,430 2,800 1,484 2, Other 9,520 11,220 11,175 12,970 13,510 11, Apples 10,620 11,988 12,819 9,071 9,668 8, ,255 6,950 7,365 4,965 5,890 5,705 Berries Maple Syrup 18,624 28,045 32,292 30,260 39,900 26, Greenhouse/ 28,154 26,300 25,100 24,100 24,600 24, All 11,448 10,491 8,680 11,640 12,675 14, Total Crops 99, , , , , , Cattle and Calves 47,745 48,382 41,265 41,912 71,052 69, Hogs and Pigs , , , , , , Chickens Chicken Eggs 4,271 5,252 3,782 3,769 4,384 4, Turkeys 2 1,897 D D D D D - Other Poultry 4,815 5,590 5,528 5,947 6,054 6, Honey All 9,229 9,305 9,140 9,282 9,610 9, Total Livestock 586, , , , , , ALL COMMODITIES 686, , , , , , D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. 1 May not add due to rounding. 2 Turkeys included in Other Poultry beginning in Vermont Cash Receipts 2012 Cattle $69,935 Maple Syrup $26,625 Fruits and $28,009 Greenhouse and $24,100 $28,131 $21,929 $500,584 = Total Livestock - - Cattle Fruits and = Sweet Corn + Other + Apples + Berries + Other Fruit = Hay + All Vermont Total = $699 Million

8 8 Cash Receipts USDA, NASS, New England Field Office NEW ENGLAND: Cash Receipts, Hay 37,470 38,184 37,073 35,363 40,518 43, Tobacco, Broadleaf 2 29,204 35,419 17,856 na na na - Tobacco, Shade 2 26,712 44,811 40,128 na na na - Fall Potatoes 3 134, , , , , , Sweet Corn 41,902 47,276 37,081 40,748 38,144 42, Other 102, , , , , , Apples 59,311 69,797 71,586 64,497 64,726 61, Peaches 4 4,860 6,525 6,360 7,345 7,805 7, Wild Blueberries 5 83,031 54,850 31,945 50,600 72,690 69, Cranberries 6 75, ,220 83,843 79, ,574 99, ,583 44,823 43,150 46,050 49,705 49, Berries Maple Syrup 7 31,862 46,195 53,615 47,902 62,795 45, Greenhouse/ 636, , , , , , All 49,707 52,944 42,890 84, , , Total Crops 1,353,385 1,434,823 1,287,304 1,283,229 1,390,295 1,372, Cattle and Calves 87,109 84,239 74,904 76, , , Hogs and Pigs 2,751 3,338 2,730 4,161 6,066 5, Sheep and Lambs 8 2,336 2,558 2,351 2,755 D D - 837, , , , , , Chickens Chicken Eggs , , , , , , Turkeys ,904 D D D D D - Other Poultry 13 31,577 35,600 38,448 36,356 37,796 39, , ,310 94, , , , All 103, , , , , , Total Livestock 1,284,160 1,320, ,012 1,165,247 1,378,594 1,329, ALL COMMODITIES 2,637,545 2,755,011 2,269,316 2,448,476 2,768,889 2,702, D Data withheld to avoid disclosing individual operations. 8 Sheep estimates by State unavailable; included with in Chickens in CT, ME, MA, NH, and VT in ; CT, ME, MA, and VT in ; CT, ME, and VT in 2011 May not add due to rounding. and Tobacco in CT and MA. 10 Chicken Eggs in CT, ME, MA, NH, and VT in ; CT, ME, MA, and VT in Potatoes in ME, MA, and RI. 11 MA, NH and VT in Peaches in CT and MA. 12 Turkeys in Other Poultry in Wild Blueberries in ME. 13 Other Poultry includes NH eggs in Cranberries in MA. 14 in CT, ME, MA, NH, and RI. 7 Maple Syrup in CT, ME, MA, NH, and VT. SOURCE: Farm Cash Receipts, Economic Research Service (ERS), USDA, Gary R. Keough, State Statistician

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