2014 STATE AGRICULTURE OVERVIEW
 Hawaii
Survey Data from Quick Stats as of: Jul/03/2015

Farms Operations

Farm Operations - Area Operated, Measured in Acres / Operation160
Farm Operations - Number of Operations7,000
Farm Operations - Acres Operated1,120,000

Livestock Inventory

Cattle, Cows, Beef - Inventory ( First of Jan. 2015 )69,800
Cattle, Cows, Milk - Inventory ( First of Jan. 2015 )2,200
Cattle, Incl Calves - Inventory ( First of Jan. 2015 )135,000
Hogs - Inventory ( First of Dec. 2014 )9,000

Milk Production

Milk - Production, Measured in Lb / Head13,591
Milk - Production, Measured in $10,585,000
Milk - Production, Measured in Lb29,900,000

Crops - Planted, Harvested, Yield, Production, Price (MYA), Value of Production
Sorted by Value of Production in Dollars
CommodityPlanted All Purpose AcresHarvested AcresYieldProductionPrice per UnitValue of Production in Dollars
COFFEE
COFFEE7,9001,030 LB / ACRE8,100,000 LB6.7 $ / LB54,270,000
MACADAMIAS
MACADAMIAS, UTILIZED, IN SHELL2,500 LB / ACRE40,000,000 LB34,800,000
MACADAMIAS16,0000.87 $ / LB
TARO
TARO3603,240,000 LB0.6 $ / LB1,944,000
SUGARCANE
SUGARCANE, SUGAR & SEED18,20071.8 TONS / ACRE1,306,000 TONS
SUGARCANE, SEED2,20020.5 TONS / ACRE45,000 TONS
SUGARCANE, SUGAR16,00078.8 TONS / ACRE1,261,000 TONS
(NA) Not Available
(D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations
(S) Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate
(X) Not Applicable
(Z) Less than half the rounding unit

Census State Profile: Hawaii

Ranked Items Within The U.S., 2012
ItemQuantityU.S. RankUniverse 1
MARKET VALUE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS SOLD ($1,000)
Total value of agricultural products sold661,3474550
   Value of crops, including nursery and greenhouse 538,8733950
   Value of livestock, poultry, and their products122,4744550
 
VALUE OF SALES BY COMMODITY GROUP ($1,000)
Grains, oilseeds, dry beans, and dry peas152,9303750
Tobacco--19
Cotton and cottonseed--17
Vegetables, melons, potatoes and sweet potatoes(D)2950
Fruit, tree nuts, and berries151,8211150
Nursery, greenhouse, floriculture and sod79,8673150
Cut Christmas trees and short rotation woody crops2104049
Other crops and hay(D)(D)50
Poultry and eggs6,4294550
Cattle and calves37,8254250
Milk from cows(D)4850
Hogs and pigs(D)3750
Sheep, goats, wool, mohair, and milk1,5684550
Horses, ponies, mules, burros, and donkeys(D)4850
Aquaculture56,4501050
Other animals and other animal products6,5513550
 
TOP CROP ITEMS (acres)
Short-rotation woody crops(D)241
Macadamia nuts18,00612
Sugarcane for sugar(D)44
Coffee9,87211
Vegetables harvested, all8,8803950
 
TOP LIVESTOCK INVENTORY ITEMS (number)
Layers244,3434150
Cattle and calves133,9574250
Pullets for laying flock replacement49,2504150
Sheep and lambs21,9213350
Goats, all12,9963750

Other State Highlights, 2012
Economic Characteristics Quantity
Farm by value of sales
   Less than $1,0001,262
   $1,000 to $2,499868
   $2,500 to $4,999902
   $5,000 to $9,9991,058
   $10,000 to $19,9991,034
   $20,000 to $24,999363
   $25,000 to $39,999523
   $40,000 to $49,999161
   $50,000 to $99,999323
   $100,000 to $249,999248
   $250,000 to $499,999110
   $500,000 or more148
  
Total farm production expenses ($1,000)659,262
   Average per farm ($)94,180
  
Net cash farm income of the operations ($1,000)43,976
   Average per farm ($)6,282
Operator Characteristics Quantity
Principal operators by primary occupation
   Farming3,642
   Other3,358
 
Principal operators by sex
   Male5,426
   Female1,574
  
Average age of principal operator60.4
 
All operators by race 2
   American Indian or Alaska Native57
   Asian4,077
   Black or African American22
   Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander999
   White4,348
   More than one race1,152
  
All operators of Spanish, Hispanic or Latino Origin 2568

Note: See "Census of Agriculture, Volume 1, Geographic Area Series" for complete footnotes, explanations, definitions, and methodology.
   1 Universe is number of states in U.S. with item.
   2 Data were collected for a maximum of three operators per farm.
  (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.
   - Represents zero.