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Schoharie

Total population (2010 census): 32749
Total population (1990 census): 31859
County seat: Schoharie

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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 34 3611 544357 bu
Rye 3 60 2000 bu
Oats 18 382 21952 bu
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 2 D D
Forages Farms Acres Yield
Total Hay* 350 31038 61751 tons, dry
Alfalfa Hay 141 9408 24047 tons, dry
Small Grain Hay 27 1426 2907 tons, dry
Tame Hay 222 15787 28594 tons, dry
Wild Hay 81 4417 6203 tons, dry
All Haylage, Grass Silage, and Greenchop 65 6792 34452 tons, dry
Corn for Silage 66 4729 79143 tons
Sorghum for Silage or Green Chop 1 D D
Vegetables Farms Acres Yield
Snap Beans 11 15  
Broccoli 2 D  
Cantaloups 1 D  
Carrots 2 D  
Collards 3 2  
Cauliflower 2 D  
Cucumbers and Pickles 8 6  
Garlic 14 15  
Fresh Cut Herbs 5 7  
Lettuce and Romaine 3 Z  
Sweet Peppers 4 21  
Potatoes 16 125  
Pumpkins 16 88  
Hot Peppers 7 8  
Spinach 1 D  
Squash 8 45  
Sweet Corn 9 233  
Other Vegetables 12 136  
Tomatoes 14 111  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
Apples 22 153  
Blackberries and Dewberries 5 22  
Tame Blueberries 7 25  
Pears 8 9  
Raspberries 9 9  
Strawberries 9 39  
Other Crops Farms Taps Yield
Maple Trees Tapped 25 33760 4625
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)
Greenhouse Crops 2 D X D
Floriculture Crops 20 121082 14 598816
Bedding and Garden Plants 17 107242 12 493116
Foliage Plants 3 D - D
Potted Flowering Plants 7 D 2 84100
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 22 X 166 NA
Nursery Crops 5 D D D
Other Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 2 D X D

*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 47 4213 450868 bu
Oats 10 244 8460 bu
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 3 201 D
Forages Farms Acres Yield
Total Hay* 400 42584 70990 tons, dry
Alfalfa Hay 216 14028 29940 tons, dry
Small Grain Hay 11 293 631 tons, dry
Tame Hay 227 14481 21608 tons, dry
Wild Hay 73 3130 3325 tons dry
Grass Silage 99 10652 46465 tons, grn
Corn for Silage 148 7373 94188 tons, grn
Sorghum for Silage or Green Chop 3 37 323 tons, grn
Vegetables Farms Acres Yield
Snap Beans 5 D  
Broccoli 3 D  
Cantaloups 5 11  
Carrots 5 D  
Cauliflower 4 14  
Cucumbers and Pickles 8 5  
Lettuce and Romaine 4 13  
Sweet Peppers 5 4  
Potatoes 6 47 12112 cwt
Pumpkins 18 151  
Radishes 3 D  
Spinach 4 14  
Squash 12 19  
Sweet Corn 18 279  
Tomatoes 16 21  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
Apples 22 263 35879 trees
Plums and Prunes 3 3 125
Raspberries 4 D D
Strawberries 4 23 95000 lbs
Other Crops Farms Acres Yield
Maple Trees Tapped 23 316 26915
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 33 230522 276 1549
Nursery, Floriculture, Vegetable and Flower Seed Crops 10 X 92 X
Floriculture Crops 18 214238 D 893
Bedding and Garden Plants 15 140714 11 553
Foliage Plants 3 6900 D 220
Potted Flowering Plants 10 66624 2 D
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 7 X 7 9
Nursery Crops 5 D D 547
Other Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 14 D 172 93

*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: March 08, 2012

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