In this webinar, ERS Agricultural Economist Katherine Lacy will present findings from America's Farms and Ranches at a Glance: 2023 Edition.
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Seasonal feature: Get background information and data on turkey – production, top producing States, consumption, exports, wholesale and retail prices.
USDA, ERS researchers used national-level data to estimate a supply response for seven major U.S. program crops: corn, soybeans, wheat, sorghum, barley, oats, and cotton. Calculation results enhanced projections of area planted.
Rural America at a Glance looks at rural population and migration trends, poverty, housing insecurity, unemployment, and clean energy jobs. It finds rural employment and annual growth rates nearly back to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
This report examines the major developments in agricultural policies in calendar year 2022, with a focus on policies related to production agriculture, agrofood value chains, and food and nutrition assistance.
In 2022, 12.8 percent (17.0 million) of U.S. households were food insecure, meaning they had difficulty at some time during the year providing enough food for all their members because of a lack of resources.
ERS provides background data and statistics on pumpkin production, use, wholesale and retail prices, and yield in the United States, and includes selected data on the top six producing States.
The populations and areas served by three USDA rural broadband programs – the Broadband Initiatives Program, the Community Connect grant program, and the ReConnect program—are studied in this report.
This report discusses revisions to food security survey questions based on ERS research, including additional ways to shop for food such as club stores, farmers markets, and online.
ERS research describes how increasing population, income, and agricultural productivity may affect global production of crops and food products to 2050.