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USDA
National Agricultural Statistics Service
James E. Ramey, Director Ohio Field Office
Gary Keough, Director New England Field Office
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
Ohio
Agricultural Statistics
Mail Address:
P.O. Box 686
Reynoldsburg OH 43068-0686
Location:
Bromfield Admin. Bldg. Room 103
8995 East Main St.
Reynoldsburg OH 43068-0686
Telephones:
614-728-2100
800-858-8144 Toll Free
614-728-2206 Fax
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
New England
Agricultural Statistics
Mail Address:
53 Pleasant St, Rm 2100
Concord, NH 03301
Telephones:
603-224-9639
800-642-9571 Toll Free
603-225-1434 Fax
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
Maple Syrup Contacts
New England Agricultural Statistics Field Office
Angie Considine, Maple Statistician
Direct Line : 603-227-3124
Phone: 1-800-642-9571, Ext 124
E:Mail: angie_considine@nass.usda.gov
Ohio Agricultural Statistics Field Office
Charley Russel, Maple Statistician
Phone: 1- 800-858-8144
E:Mail: charley_russel@nass.usda.gov
Washington DC
Leslie Colburn
Phone: 1-202-720-7235
E:Mail: leslie_colburn@nass.usda.gov
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
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Internet Address for Ohio
Maple Reports
• www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Ohio/index.asp
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
Click on “Publications and Press Releases” then “Special Reports”
Then Click on “Farm Report Releases”
Select the June 12, 2007 report
Internet Address for Maple
Reports, New England States
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www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/New_England/index.asp
www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Connecticut/index.asp
www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Maine/index.asp
www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Massachusetts/index.asp
www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/New_Hampshire/index.asp
www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Vermont/index.asp
Agriculture counts and NASS counts for U.S. agriculture.
Click on “Publications and Press Releases”
Then Click on “Special Reports”
Select either the English or French version
2003 – 2007 Maple Syrup Response Rates, U.S. by State
State
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Vermont
Michigan
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Wisconsin
USDA-NASS 08/2006
2003
53.4
72.6
61.4
77.4
79.6
70.3
78.2
82.0
78.4
92.2
2004
2005
Percent
76.5
64.1
76.6
76.8
70.5
75.8
72.1
72.9
70.7
68.3
81.4
83.1
87.1
82.1
85.3
84.2
77.3
74.2
90.2
90.8
2006
84.1
81.8
76.6
78.5
68.4
84.0
52.5
59.7
85.7
93.4
2007
75.4
74.3
75.1
74.2
57.3
75.7
72.3
47.3
79.2
92.8
2007 Maple Syrup Season, U.S. by State
State
Earliest
Start
Feb. 5
Latest
Close
April 24
Most Common
Start
Close
Feb 15
May 7
Mar 15
May 2
Mar 7
April 24
Mar 10
VT
Feb. 20
Feb. 20
Feb. 15
Feb. 15
April 30
Mar 12
Apr 30
MI
NY
OH
PA
WI
Feb. 19
Jan. 5
Jan. 31
Jan. 7
Feb. 15
April 23
May 3
April 20
May 1
Apr 29
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CT
ME
MA
NH
Apr 10 & 14
U.S. Maple Syrup Production, 2001 - 2007
thousand gallons
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
U.S. Maple Production, 2007
Gallons and Percent by State
WI
75,000
6%
CT
8,000
1%
ME
225,000
18%
MA
30,000
2%
PA
51,000
4%
NH
60,000
5%
VT
450,000
35%
OH
75,000
6%
NY
224,000
18%
MI
60,000
5%
United States 2007 Maple Syrup Production: 1,258,000 Gallons
thousand taps
7,400
7,200
7,000
6,800
6,600
6,400
6,200
6,000
2001
U.S. Maple Taps, 2001 - 2007
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
U.S. Maple Taps, 2007
Taps and Percent by State
ME
1,310,000
18%
MA
230,000
3%
NH
365,000
5%
CT
59,000
1%
WI
460,000
6%
VT
2,170,000
30%
PA
445,000
6%
OH
370,000
5%
NY
1,470,000
20%
United States 2007 Maple Syrup Taps: 7,279,000
MI
400,000
5%
Taps, Yield & Production, 2005 - 2007, U.S. by State
State
Taps
2005
2006
Yield Per Tap
2007
2005
1,000 Taps
Connecticut
2006
Production
2007
Gallons
2005
2006
2007
1,000 Gallons
63
61
59
0.159
0.164
0.136
10
10
8
1,300
1,315
1,310
0.204
0.228
0.172
265
300
225
Massachusetts
240
245
230
0.167
0.163
0.130
40
40
30
New Hampshire
365
355
365
0.156
0.180
0.164
57
64
60
Vermont
2,140
2,170
2,170
0.192
0.212
0.207
410
460
450
NEW ENGLAND 1/
4,108
4,146
4,134
0.190
0.211
0.187
782
874
773
Michigan
390
375
400
0.149
0.208
0.150
58
78
60
New York
1,420
1,530
1,470
0.156
0.165
0.152
222
253
224
Ohio
355
360
370
0.194
0.217
0.203
69
78
75
Pennsylvania
428
449
445
0.143
0.147
0.115
61
66
51
Wisconsin
400
400
460
0.125
0.250
0.163
50
100
75
7,101
7,260
7,279
0.175
0.200
0.173
1,242
1,449
1,258
Maine
UNITED STATES
1/ New England includes CT, ME, MA, NH and VT.
SOURCE: United States – Crop Production, NASS, USDA.
U.S. Maple Value of Production, 2000 - 2006
$ millions
$50
$40
$30
$20
$10
$0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
U.S. Maple Value of Production, 2006
Value and Percent by State
ME
$7,290,000
16%
MA
$1,916,000
4%
NH
$2,810,000
6%
CT
$582,000
1%
VT
$13,892,000
31%
WI
$3,120,000
7%
PA
$2,145,000
5%
OH
$2,652,000
6%
NY
$8,020,000
18%
United States 2006 Value of Production: $45,313,000
MI
$2,886,000
6%
U.S. Maple Syrup Average Gallon Equivalent
Price, 2000 - 2006
$32.00
$31.00
$30.00
$29.00
$28.00
$27.00
$26.00
$25.00
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
Production, Price & Value, 2004 - 2006, U.S. by State
State
Average Gallon
Equivalent Price of All
Sales 1/
Production
2004
2005
2005
1,000 Gallons
Connecticut
2004
2005
2005
United States Dollars
Value of
Production
2004
2005
2006
United States 1,000
Dollars
11
10
10
51.70
50.00
58.20
569
500
582
290
265
300
19.40
21.50
24.30
5,626
5,698
7,290
Massachusetts
50
40
40
46.30
51.20
47.90
2,315
2,048
1,916
New Hampshire
83
57
64
35.40
41.30
43.90
2,938
2,354
2,810
Vermont
500
410
460
27.30
27.80
30.20
13,650
11,398
13,892
NEW ENGLAND 2/
934
782
874
26.87
28.13
30.31
25,098
21,998
26,490
Michigan
80
58
78
38.00
36.00
37.00
3,040
2,088
2,886
New York
255
222
253
28.20
31.70
31.70
7,191
7,037
8,020
Ohio
78
69
78
32.00
36.00
34.00
2,496
2,484
2,652
Pennsylvania
60
61
66
29.00
31.50
32.50
1,740
1,922
2,145
100
50
100
32.30
32.40
31.20
3,230
1,620
3,120
1,507
1,242
1,449
28.40
29.90
31.30
42,795
37,149
45,313
Maine
Wisconsin
UNITED STATES
1/ Average gallon equivalent price in U.S. dollars is a weighted average across retail, wholesale, and bulk sales. This price is lower
for States, such as Maine and Vermont, with more bulk sales. The average gallon equivalent price is not the average price paid for
a gallon of syrup. 2/ New England includes CT, ME, MA, NH, and VT.
SOURCE: U.S. – Crop Production, NASS, USDA.
2006 Maple Syrup Sales Percentages by Type and State
100
90
80
70
60
Pct
50
40
30
20
10
0
Retail
Wholesale
Bulk
CT
ME
MA
NH
VT
MI
NY
OH
PA
WI
75
15
10
6
2
92
55
30
15
70
15
15
30
10
60
43
37
20
40
20
40
65
19
16
57
20
23
30
35
35
U.S. Maple Syrup Sales Percentage by Type and State, 2004 – 2006
State
Retail
2004
Wholesale
2005
2006
2004
2005
Bulk
2006
2004
2005
2006
Percent
CT
85
80
75
10
10
15
5
10
10
ME
3
2
6
2
1
2
95
97
92
MA
55
65
55
30
20
30
15
15
15
NH
50
65
70
25
20
15
25
15
15
VT
30
30
30
10
10
10
60
60
60
MI
60
48
43
23
28
37
17
24
20
NY
50
45
40
19
22
20
31
33
40
OH
61
63
65
14
17
19
25
20
16
PA
55
56
57
11
16
20
34
28
23
WI
42
42
30
16
23
35
42
35
35
Retail Price per Gallon, 2004 - 2006, U.S. by State
U.S. $
$44.00
$42.00
$40.00
$38.00
$36.00
$34.00
$32.00
$30.00
$28.00
$26.00
$24.00
$22.00
$20.00
CT
ME
MA
NH
VT
MI
NY
OH
PA
WI
2004
$39.10
$36.60
$34.80
$34.30
$31.70
$32.70
$32.20
$28.70
$29.50
$28.60
2005
$39.30
$35.00
$37.50
$36.60
$32.30
$34.20
$32.50
$31.20
$29.30
$30.60
2006
$44.00
$39.80
$38.10
$37.70
$34.40
$34.10
$32.90
$31.50
$30.80
$31.60
2006 Retail Price by Container Size, U.S. by State
State
Gal
ВЅ Gal
Qt
Pt
ВЅ Pt
3.4 Oz
8.5 Oz
12 Oz
U.S. Dollars Per Container
CT
44.00
25.30
14.60
9.10
5.60
3.40
7.90
1/
ME
39.80
20.20
11.00
6.40
4.50
2.80
6.20
8.70
MA
38.10
21.90
13.30
9.30
6.20
3.60
9.40
1/
NH
37.70
21.20
12.20
7.50
4.90
3.10
7.70
8.40
VT
34.40
20.80
13.00
8.20
5.20
3.50
8.00
8.80
MI
34.10
18.30
10.90
6.50
4.50
2/
2/
2/
NY
32.90
19.10
11.40
7.00
4.40
2/
2/
2/
OH
31.50
19.00
11.10
6.70
4.50
2/
2/
2/
PA
30.80
19.00
11.20
6.75
3.65
2/
2/
2/
WI
31.60
17.60
9.10
5.80
4.25
2/
2/
2/
1/
Data not published to avoid disclosing individual operations.
2/ Only available in New England states.
Wholesale Price Per Gallon, 2004 - 2006, U.S. by State
U.S. $
$36.00
$34.00
$32.00
$30.00
$28.00
$26.00
$24.00
$22.00
CT
ME
MA
NH
VT
MI
NY
OH
PA
WI
2004
$33.30
$29.00
$29.20
$27.70
$28.40
$25.70
$25.60
$26.80
$26.00
$26.00
2005
2006
$34.10
$35.00
$30.00
$31.30
$30.10
$28.40
$30.00
$29.70
$27.60
$27.80
$29.00
$26.60
$26.50
$27.70
$26.20
$25.10
$27.50
$29.00
$33.00
$32.50
2006 Wholesale Price by Container Size, U.S. by State
State
Gal
ВЅ Gal
Qt
Pt
ВЅ Pt
3.4 Oz
8.5 Oz
U.S. Dollars Per Container
1/
CT
35.00
18.10
12.80
8.30
4.60
3.90
1/
ME
31.30
15.90
8.60
4.90
3.10
2.70
5.80
MA
28.40
16.00
10.40
6.00
3.80
3.00
1/
NH
29.70
17.70
9.60
5.70
3.50
2.40
6.40
VT
27.80
17.20
9.90
5.80
3.60
1.80
5.30
MI
26.60
17.30
9.10
5.30
3.10
2/
2/
NY
27.70
16.30
8.70
5.40
3.60
2/
2/
OH
25.10
15.40
8.90
5.50
3.60
2/
2/
PA
29.00
16.70
8.95
5.20
3.50
2/
2/
WI
32.50
16.40
8.85
5.05
3.30
2/
2/
Data not published to avoid disclosing individual operations.
2/ Only available in New England states.
Bulk Price per pound, All Grades, 2004 - 2006, by
State
U.S. $
$2.20
$2.00
$1.80
$1.60
$1.40
$1.20
$1.00
$0.80
2004
2005
2006
CT
ME
MA
NH
VT
MI
NY
OH
PA
WI
$1.10
$1.85
$1.60
$1.90
$1.95
$1.50
$1.65
$1.80
$1.40
$1.60
$1.85
$1.60
$1.70
$1.85
$1.75
$1.80
$1.80
$1.40
$1.70
$1.80
$1.55
$2.00
$1.85
$1.35
$1.60
$1.60
$1.50
$1.70
$1.80
2006 Bulk Price by Grade, by State
State
Lt Amber
Med Amber
Dk Amber
Grade B & C
All Grades
U.S. Dollars Per Pound 1/
1/
CT
2/
2/
2/
2/
1.85
ME
2.03
2.02
1.97
1.63
1.95
MA
2.11
2.08
1.86
1.49
1.80
NH
2.15
1.89
1.85
1.58
1.85
VT
2.02
1.89
1.77
1.56
1.85
MI
3/
3/
3/
3/
1.80
NY
3/
3/
3/
3/
1.80
OH
3/
3/
3/
3/
1.85
PA
3/
3/
3/
3/
1.60
WI
3/
3/
3/
3/
1.80
For dollars per gallon, multiply dollars per pound by 11.02 pounds per gallon.
2/ Data not published to avoid disclosing individual operations.
3/ Only available in New England States.
Maple Questionnaire, Page Two, Containers and Prices
Thank you for your cooperation! Many more operations
reported prices and containers or pounds this survey.
Maple Questionnaire, Page Two, Containers and Prices
Price calculations only work when we have either the
numbers of containers sold and the prices or the numbers of
pounds sold and the prices. Otherwise, we are unable to use
the price data.
So, please help us by tracking your container and/or pound
sales. Remember, the better the data you report to us, the
better the data we give back to you. пЃЉ
Canada, Maple Value of Production, 2006
Value and Percent by State
New Brunswick
$9,792,000
6%
Quebec
$139,261,000
87%
Canada 2006 Value of Production: $160,185,000
Nova Scotia
$1,054,000
1%
Ontario
$10,078,000
6%
Production, Price & Value, 2004 - 2006, Canadian Provinces
Province
Average Gallon
Equivalent Price of All
Sales 1/
Production
2004
2005
2006
1,000 Gallons
New Brunswick 2/
2004
2005
2006
United States Dollars
Value of
Production
2004
2005
2006
United States 1,000 Dollars
210
248
305
28.74
29.41
32.10
6,035
7,293
9,792
26
25
31
30.81
34.40
34.00
801
860
1,054
Ontario 2/
262
262
262
31.29
34.24
38.47
8,199
8,970
10,078
Quebec 2/
6,551
6,822
6,150
14.94
20.47
22.64
97,864
139,669
139,261
CANADA 2/
7,050
7,359
6,749
16.01
21.31
23.73
112,900
156,792
160,185
Nova Scotia 2/
1/ Average
gallon equivalent price in U.S. dollars is a weighted average across retail, wholesale, and bulk sales. The average gallon
equivalent price is not the average price paid for a gallon of syrup.
2/
Canadian dollars to U.S. dollars exchange rates were valued at or near the closest date to July 1 for each year. Exchange rates
were 0.7503 for 2004, 0.8163 for 2005, and .9002 for 2006. Canadian imperial gallons were converted to U.S. gallons (one
imperial gallon times 1.2021778 equals one U.S. gallon.)
SOURCE: Canada – Statistics Canada.
The 2007 Census of Agriculture
Your voice, Your future,
Your responsibility
What is the Census of Agriculture?
• A survey of America’s farmers
• Conducted every five years
• Provides valuable information about
American agriculture
• The most complete agricultural data
resource available
• Used by your local community to plan for
its future
Who should participate?
Anyone with a farm.
Farm Definition
Any place from which $1,000 or more
of agricultural products were produced and
sold, or normally would have been sold, during
the census year.
Why should they participate?
The Census of Agriculture provides best
measure of the significant value
agriculture contributes to America.
Why should they participate?
• Census reports provide valuable
information used for ...
– Community planning (county extensions)
– Store/company locations
– Operational loan planning/funding
– USDA Service Center staffing
– Federal budget support
– Policy
Type of Information
• Land use
• Acreage, inventory, production, value of
production
• Production Expenses
• Government payments
• Farm related income
• Demographics
Level of Information
•
•
•
•
•
County
Farm size
Farm income
Type of farm organization
Type of farm
US map, number of tabs
US map, Gallons of Syrup
Timeline
• Late December 2007, mail questionnaires
• Mid-January 2008, mail reminder cards
• Early February 2008, begin telephone
follow up
• February 2008-January 2009, edit,
analyze, and prepare publication and
website data base
• February 2009, release to public
Timeline
• Late December 2007, mail questionnaires
• Mid-January 2008, mail reminder cards
• Early February 2008, begin telephone
follow up
• February 2008-January 2009, edit,
analyze, and prepare publication and
website data base
• February 2009, release to public
French Canadian Producers
• We will provide a special Maple Syrup
Production Questionnaire in lieu of a
Census Questionnaire
Thank you and have a GREAT season!!
2006 NAMSC Meeting, Green Bay, WI
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