2019 USDA Organic Survey Results:  Iowa farming gets greener as demand for organic...grows

The numbers are in!  Every five years U.S. certified organic operations must complete an USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) organic survey to measure growth of the industry.  

The top ten organic producing states have pretty much stayed solid, with Iowa shifting from fifth to sixth in number of organic operations (779) and Ohio moving up to the fifth spot (785) - only by farms, not acres. Indiana squeezes in at ten, pushing out Maine. Iowa is still the number one producer of organic grains and hogs in the U.S. 

IOA staff and board members discussed the Iowa and U.S. growing organic economy with Des Moines Register's Donnelle Eller.  

DMR (10/26/2020): Iowa farming gets greener as demand for organic crops, produce, milk, meat and eggs grows, USDA report shows

2019 IOWA Organic Survey

USDA NASS Current and Past Organic Survey Information


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  • Rosalyn Lehman
    published this page in Home Page 2020-10-26 11:00:19 -0500