Smith County

497 farms accounting for 500,364 acres

$110.9 million in crop and livestock sales in 2012

Data according to the USDA 2012 Census of Agriculture 

CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE OVERVIEW OF SMITH COUNTY

15 Smith County Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing Sectors:

  • Oilseed farming
  • Grain farming
  • Vegetable and melon farming
  • Fruit farming
  • Tree nut farming
  • Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production
  • All other crop farming
  • Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dual-purpose ranching and farming
  • Dairy cattle and milk production
  • Poultry and egg production
  • Animal production, except cattle and poultry and eggs
  • Commercial hunting and trapping
  • Animal, except poultry, slaughtering
  • Bread and bakery product, except frozen, manufacturing
  • Frozen cakes and other pastries manufacturing
2018 FULL REPORT FOR SMITH COUNTY
2017 FULL REPORT FOR SMITH COUNTY
2016 FULL REPORT FOR SMITH COUNTY
2015 FULL REPORT FOR SMITH COUNTY
2014 FULL REPORT FOR SMITH COUNTY 

Impact of Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing Sectors on the Smith County Economy

Impact Type              

Employment              

Value Added                 

Output

Direct Effect

496.6

$38,281,097

$144,795,098

Indirect Effect

175.3

$9,461,588

$18,972,488

Induced Effect

119.8

$7,122,087

$13,759,492

Total Effect

791.7

$54,864,771

$177,527,078