Print Masthead

content | navigation | back


United States Department of Agriculture
National Agricultural Statistics Service

images of U.S. agricuture
Search NASS Advanced SearchSearch TipsBrowse NASS by Subject Crops and Plants Demographics Economics Environmental Livestock and Animals Charts and Maps Research and Science Education and Outreach Statistics by State #
You are here:  Home /

  USDA Certified Organic Production Survey

The 2011 USDA Certified Organic Production Survey gathers detailed production and marketing information on certified organic farming in the United States, including acres planted, acres harvested, quantity harvested, quantity sold, value of sale, marketing practices and more for field crops, vegetables, fruits, tree nuts and berries, livestock, poultry and livestock products. From December 2011 – April 2012, NASS will conduct the survey nationwide targeting farm operators known by NASS and USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service to produce USDA organically certified crops and/or livestock.


  Frequently Asked Questions

What is the USDA Certified Organic Production Survey?

Why is the Organic Production Survey important?

How is the Organic Production Survey conducted?

Why should I participate in the Organic Production Survey?

Will my information be kept confidential?

Where can I get more information about the Organic Production Survey?


  Additional Materials


Last modified: 11/02/11