Crop Acreage Data

Farm Service Agency policy requires that producers participating in several programs submit an annual report regarding all cropland use on their farms. These programs include the direct and counter-cyclical payment program and the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program. Reporting also applies to those who receive marketing assistance loans or loan deficiency payments. Failure to file an accurate and timely acreage report for all crops and land uses can result in loss of program benefits. Producers are required to self report all cropland on each farm to FSA annually. FSA uses these data to determine payment eligibility (land must be in an eligible agricultural use to qualify for payments) and to calculate losses for various disaster programs. Data are reported in the following categories: planted; prevented planted; and failed. In addition, the National Agricultural Statistics Service uses FSA planted acreage data to complement their survey data. For more information, visit the NASS website at www.nass.usda.gov.


FSA Crop Acreage Data Reported to FSA  

2015 Crop Year

2014 Crop Year

2013 Crop Year

2012 Crop Year (Final)

2011 Crop Year (Final)

2010 Crop Year (final)

2009 Crop Year (final)

2008 Crop Year (final)

2007 Crop Year (final)

FSA Intended Use Codes