Thematic maps from the Census of Agriculture, 2016
Livestock, poultry, bees and characteristics of farm operators
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Livestock, poultry and bees

Livestock

Poultry

Bees

Characteristics of farm operators

Age and sex

Hours of work

  • Proportion of farm operators spending, on average, more than 40 hours per week on the farm [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators spending, on average, 30 to 40 hours per week on the farm [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators spending, on average, 20 to 29 hours per week on the farm [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators spending, on average, less than 20 hours per week on the farm [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators reporting, on average, more than 40 hours per week of paid non-farm work [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators reporting, on average, 30 to 40 hours per week of paid non-farm work [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators reporting, on average, 20 to 29 hours per week of paid non-farm work [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators reporting, on average, less than 20 hours per week of paid non-farm work [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
  • Proportion of farm operators reporting no paid non-farm work [2015, 2015 versus 2010]
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