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Genesee County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan

Genesee County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan

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Output and Employment of Agricultural Related Sectors in Genesee County, 1997. Industry Sector Condensed & Evaporated Milk Farm Machinery & Equipment Prepared Feeds Frozen/Canned Vegetables & Fruit Cheese, Natural & Processed Agricultural Services Bread and Cake Products Landscape & Horticultural Services Output (Million $) $409.0 $86.9 $41.5 $24.4 $13.6 $6.4 $1.5 $1.4 Employment 853 496 92 108 28 253 12 61 Other agricultural sectors including food processors and input suppliers play an important role in the local Genesee County economy. Dairy processing, especially condensed and evaporated milk remains an important agricultural sector producing $424 million and employing 885 individuals. However, farm equipment and the frozen/canned fruits and vegetables sectors combined produce over $110 million per year and employee over 600 individuals. Fluid Milk $1.4 4 TOTAL $586.1 1,907 Source: IMPLAN analysis of Genesee County using data from the US Bureau of the Census, County Business Patterns, Regional Economic Information System (REIS) data, and the annual BLS ES-202 wage and employment data. Agricultural Trends Profile for Genesee County, New York 38

Appendix: IMPLAN Analysis and Results SUMMARY IMPLAN is an interindustry input-output model used to capture the interworkings of local economies. IMPLAN was originally developed by the USDA Forest Service in cooperation with other federal agencies. In order to address the prohibitive cost of extensive primary data collection on local interindustry purchases, IMPLAN and other “nonsurvey” modeling systems combine available data about the national economy with state and county level data to estimate the flow of goods and services through a local economy. One of IMPLAN’s strengths is the fact that it integrates many sources of data 1 at different levels of aggregation into a comprehensive, internally consistent system that can be applied to any county or region in the United States. Although this integration requires numerous assumptions and estimations of data for specific industries in specific counties, great effort is made to make all estimates compatible with the most accurate available measured data. Unfortunately, the agricultural sectors are particularly difficult since there are no employment and earnings data collected on a commodity basis, even at the national level. IMPLAN uses specially developed procedures to estimate agricultural employment and income by commodity for all counties at the county level. For these estimates, the key anchoring data bases are the REIS data on total farm employment and income, National Agricultural Statistical Service estimates of value of output by (continued) 1 Major data sources of importance include the population census, County Business Patterns, Regional Economic Information System (REIS) data, and especially the annual BLS ES-202 wage and employment data. Agricultural Trends Profile for Genesee County, New York 39

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