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Addison

Total population (2010 census): 36,821
County seat: Middlebury

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CropSELECT

Cereals, Pseudocereals, Oilseeds
Industrial, Fiber
Forages
Vegetables
Small Fruits
Tree Fruits and Nuts
Herb, Aromatic, Medicinal, and Bioactive

Crop Statistics (2007 US Census of Agriculture)

Cereals Farms Acres Yield
Maize=Corn 11 943 142997 bu
Wheat 4 140 5450 bu
Barley 1 D D
Oats 3 46 2005 bu
Rye 2 D D
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 8 1634 59223 bu
Forages Farms Acres Yield
Total Hay* 374 36276 63583 tons, dry
Alfalfa Hay 122 13460 23459 tons, dry
Small Grain Hay 27 1801 3217 tons, dry
Tame Hay 222 16037 28347 tons, dry
Wild Hay 71 4978 8560 tons dry
Corn for Silage 137 22727 384778 tons, grn
Sorghum for Silage or Green Chop - - -
Vegetables Farms Acres Yield
Asparagus 9 2  
Snap Beans 13 4  
Beets 5 1  
Broccoli 11 5  
Carrots 7 D  
Cucumbers and Pickles 6 1  
Garlic 3 1  
Herbs, Fresh Cut 2 D  
Lettuce and Romaine 11 5  
Sweet Peppers 15 2  
Potatoes 14 10  
Pumpkins 23 22  
Spinach 7 4  
Squash 9 13  
Sweet Corn 21 23  
Tomatoes 21 8  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
Apples 37 1083  
Grapes 6 D  
Tame Blueberries 16 27  
Cherries, Total 1 D  
Raspberries 14 17  
Strawberries 17 D  
Other Crops Farms Taps Yield
Maple Trees Tapped 92 146342 37244
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops, Cut Christmas Trees Harvested, Mushrooms, and Sod Grown for Sale Farms Sq. ft. under glass or other protection Acres in the open Sales ($1,000)
Floriculture Crops 31 91536 25 1988462
Bedding and Garden Plants 24 D 15 1864077
Cut Flowers and Cut Florist Greens 8 - 6 60110
Potted Flowering Plants 6 D 4 64275
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 33 X 208 D
Nursery Crops        
Greenhouse Vegetables 6 8154 X 62200

*Alfalfa, grass silage, green chops etc.
(-) = Represents zero.
(D) = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.
(NA) = Not Available.
(X) = Not Applicable.
(Z) = Less than half of the unit shown. Crop Statistics (1997 US Census of Agriculture)
Cereals Farms Acres Yield
Maize=Corn 37 2612 308542 bu
Wheat 5 88 2687 bu
Barley 7 291 12324 bu
Oats 6 93 5273 bu
Rye 3 81 D
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 6 619 19108 bu
Forages Farms Acres Yield
Total Hay* 473 87083 152913 tons, dry
Alfalfa Hay 216 16152 34250 tons, dry
Small Grain Hay 11 358 843 tons, dry
Tame Hay 260 20933 31538 tons, dry
Wild Hay 41 1780 5045 tons dry
Grass Silage 253 47860 243698 tons, grn
Corn for Silage 260 27326 429387 tons, grn
Sorghum for Silage or Green Chop 3 43 370 tons, grn
Vegetables Farms Acres Yield
Asparagus 5 1  
Snap Beans 6 3  
Beets 5 2  
Broccoli 4 6  
Carrots 5 6  
Cucumbers and Pickles 7 1  
Garlic 4 4  
Herbs, Fresh Cut 3 Z  
Lettuce and Romaine 7 8  
Sweet Peppers 5 2  
Pumpkins 12 44  
Spinach 6 7  
Squash 7 7  
Sweet Corn 16 58  
Tomatoes 10 6  
Mixed Vegetables 4 5  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
Apples 39 1730 199891 trees
Cherries, Total 3 3 D
Raspberries 7 4 8120 lbs
Strawberries 15 22 144090 lbs
Other Crops Farms Acres Yield
Maple Trees Tapped 74 1802 94924
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops, Cut Christmas Trees Harvested, Mushrooms, and Sod Grown for Sale Farms Sq. ft. under glass or other protection Acres in the open Sales ($1,000)
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 80 114422 457 1759
Nursery, Floriculture Vegetable and Flower Seed Crops 11 X 35 X
Floriculture Crops 27 108872 16 903
Bedding and Garden Plants 22 93519 10 789
Cut Flowers and Cut Florist Greens 4 D D 57
Potted Flowering Plants 7 D D D
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 43 X 8 125
Nursery Crops 4 D 46 D
Greenhouse Vegetables 3 D X D
Other Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 46 D 387 Z

*Alfalfa, grass silage, green chops etc.
(-) = Represents zero.
(D) = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.
(NA) = Not Available.
(X) = Not Applicable.
(Z) = Less than half of the unit shown.


Last Updated: February 29, 2012

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