Cost of Pollination Survey Results

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Cost of Pollination Survey Results

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has released the results of its 2022 Cost of Pollination survey. The survey, conducted in all 50 states, was sent to 16,000 operations nationally and collected information on acres pollinated, colonies used and dollars spent for a variety of different crops. The target population was all farms and ranches with at least one acre of a crop determined to be potentially pollinated by honeybees.

Results of the survey can be read here.

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