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Found 10 records similar to Alberta Farm Cash Receipts From the Sale of Crops
This product provides information on Alberta Special Crops - Area, Yield, Production and Price, for a ten-year period. Acres of Harvested Area, Yield per Acre, tonnes of Production, and Average $/Unit Value for Corn for Grain, Dry Peas, Dry Beans, Lentils, Mustard Seed, Triticale, Potatoes and Fodder Corn are included.
Data on the production of the crushing of seed, oil and meal.
This product provides information on Farm Supply and Disposition of Alberta Principal Field Crops, over an eight-year period. Total Supply (Opening Stocks August 1 and Production ); and Total Disposition (Marketings, Seed, Carryover and Feed/Waste/Dockage) for All Wheat, Barley, Oats, Canola are included.
This product provides information on Alberta Forage Seed Crops Inspected for Pedigree Status, for a ten-year period. Total Acres Inspected for Alfalfa, Bromegrass., Clover, Fescue, Ryegrass, Timothy and Wheatgrass are included.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows six compact maps illustrating the distribution of areas seeded in oats, mixed grain, rye, flax for seed, corn for grain, and soybeans for harvesting circa 1951. Therefore, in the case of rye, the areas include those seeded in the fall of 1950 as well as those seeded in the spring of 1951. The term 'mixed grain' includes those grains sown to be harvested as a mixture with oats and barley being the most common combination. The map entitled Flax for Seed may include flax of fibre varieties which were grown for seed.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows seven condensed maps showing the distribution of areas devoted to growing fodder, hay, corn for silage, sugar beets, potatoes, vegetable crops, orchards, and tobacco circa 1951. The hay map includes all cultivated hay, including alfalfa sown alone but excluding oats and other grains for hay. For the vegetable map, the crops include cabbage, carrots, beans, peas, onions, sweet corn, tomatoes, asparagus, beets, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, and spinach but exclude potatoes, turnips, swedes and mangolds. Except for Newfoundland, the vegetables were grown mainly for sale.
This product provides information on Farm Cash Receipts by Type, Alberta during a 30-year period. It includes type of farm cash Market Receipts (Crops, Livestock and Livestock Products), Program Payments, Total Farm Cash Receipts; Percent Change from previous year; and Percent of Total Farm Cash Receipts.
Farm cash receipts measure the gross revenue of farms from the sale of products (livestock and crops), and from direct program payments to producers.
The application of different pesticide products on field crop or fruit, vegetable, berry, and nut agricultural operations, separated by most common crop. Most common crop is based on seeded area. Available every 5 years.
Census of Agriculture, 1921 to date. Total farm area, land in crops, summerfallow land, tame or seeded pasture and all other land.