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1997 Census ZIP Code Tabulations

Purpose and Tabular Presentations

The ZIP Code Tabulations report provides selected statistics, by ZIP Code, from the 1997 Census of Agriculture. The census of agriculture, conducted every five years, is a comprehensive source of statistics about the Nation's farms and ranches, and the only source of comparable detailed data at the county level. The 1997 Census of Agriculture marks the third time that agricultural statistics also are available by ZIP Code. The Tabulations cover all farms, regardless of size, in all 50 States. Two new data items are included in the 1997 tabulations: (1) cut Christmas trees sold and (2) maple trees tapped. Total farm counts by five-digit ZIP Code and by ZIP Code by frequency are represented for the following items:

  • Number of farms
  • Market value of agricultural products sold
  • Operator characteristics
  • Land use including cropland harvested Land under Conservation Reserve Programs (CRP) or Wetlands Reserve Programs WRP)
  • Acres and sales of selected crops - including corn, soybeans, sorghum, barley, cotton, tobacco, hay, vegetables, orchards, nurseries
  • Inventories and sales of selected livestock and poultry - including dairy, cattle, hogs, sheep, horses

All ZIP Codes with five or more farms are published as separate, individual ZIP Codes in the tables. All ZIP Codes with fewer than five farms are included in the "All other ZIP Codes" category as the last item in the stub for each State. ZIP Codes with no farms do not appear in the tables.

Additional information about ZIP Code tabulations

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