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This Product provides information on Census of Agriculture, Farms and Land, Canada and Provinces, 1996-2011. Total Number of Farms and Percent Change(%) from previous Census Year; Total Acrea of Land Area of Farms and Percent Change(%) from Previous Census Year and as a Percent(%) of Canada; Average Farm Size; Number of Farms with 1,120 Acres or Larger and Percent Change(%) from Previous Census Year; Farms 1,120 Acres or Larger as a Percent(%) of Total Number of Farms; Total Land in Crops; and the Percent Change(%) from Previous Census Year, and as Percent(%) Share of Canada, are included.
Total and average off-farm income by source and total and average net operating income of farm operators, incorporated and unincorporated sectors (in dollars), for Canada and the provinces. Data are available on an annual basis.
Farm operators, total farm population and self-employed persons in the labour force classified by highest level of educational attainment, sex and age. Data is derived from the linkage between the Census of Agriculture and the Census of Population, providing a socio-economic overview of the farm population every five years, for Canada and provinces.
Small farms are defined here as those with product sales of $40 000 or less before expenses are deducted, based on the value of a dollar in 1995. Small farms accounted for half (or 139 000) of all Canadian census farms in 1996. Many small farms are not making money, after subtracting operating expanses from the gross farm revenue; the result is a financial loss. A great number of small-farm operators, 64% reported income from non-farm wages or employment income in 1996.
Get a list of provincially licensed operators that collect, transport, process and dispose of deadstock (dead farm animals) in Ontario. This dataset includes facility type, name, location/region and contact information of licensed deadstock operators in Ontario. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, in consultation with stakeholders, have developed regulations for the disposal of deadstock (dead farm animals) in Ontario. The regulations provide more disposal options for livestock producers and meat plant operators, with measures to protect the environment.
This Product provides information on Census of Agriculture, Profile for Alberta, 1991-2011. Number of Rural and Urban Population; Total Census Farms, Farm Operators; Average Farm Size; Distribution of Farms by Size; Farms by Type Classified by Gross Farm Receipts; Use of Land; Farm Land Classified by Tenure; Acres of Land Management Practices; Soil Conservation Practices and Features as a % of Farms: Total Acres of Land in Crops; Greenhouse Area in Use; Number of Farms Reporting Certified Organic Production; Livestock and Poultry on Farm; Poultry Production; Number of Operating Arrangement of Farms; Value of Farm Capital ($) ; Gross Farm Receipts; Farms by Class of Gross Farm Receipts; Farm Operating Expenses; Use of a Computer for the Farm Business; Paid Agricultural Labour; (number of Employees and Weeks) etc.; and the Percent Change(%) of 2011 from Previous 2006 Census Year are included.
Census of Agriculture, 2021. Age and sex of farm operators classified by the number of operators reported on the farm.
Census of Agriculture, 2011 and 2016. Age of farm operators classified by the number of operators reported on the farm.
Census of Agriculture, 2011 and 2016. Sex of farm operators classified by the number of operators reported on the farm.
2006 Census of Agriculture farm operator data - Provides basic counts and totals for all 2006 Census of Agriculture farm operator variables.