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If you are trying to complete a survey on the Internet using a survey code, please click here to access the Online Survey Response site.
Whether small or large, your agricultural operation is important to gain a complete measure of U.S. agriculture.
This includes retirement/lifestyle farms and ranches that grow a small amount of plants or crops or keep only a few animals, up to the largest of operations and everything in between. Landowners that only have income from government programs are also counted as farms.
NASS conducts a census of all agricultural operations every five years with sampled surveys occurring between censuses.
To properly and fully account for all types of operations of all sizes, we ask that you provide sign-up information by clicking the button below to make sure you are counted!
The information you provide is kept confidential by law, Title 7 of the U.S. Code, and will not be disclosed to any other government or private entity.
Last Modified: 07/29/2015
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