State Quick Facts
Total State GDP
State Land Area (Acres)
Land in Forest
Land in Farms
Number of Farms
Average Farm Size (acres)
Farm Real Estate Value (per acre)
Agricultural Cash Receipts
Cash Receipts from Crops
Cash Receipts from Animals
Top Ag. Commodities
Cotton Lint, Upland
Top Ag. Exports
Other Oilseed and Products
Other Plant Products
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Georgia Economic Contribution and Impact Research
In 2018, Georgia generated around $9.1 billion in agricultural cash receipts with the highest valued commodities being broilers, cotton lint, specifically upland, and peanuts. That same year, the value of Georgia’s agricultural production and processing industries represented 5.1 percent of total state GDP. Some of the dollars generated by these industries end up being re-spent within the local economy, bringing additional value to the state through “multiplier effects.” Economic impact and contribution studies measure these effects, which can be broken down into direct, indirect, and induced economic effects.
Websites, reports, fact sheets, and articles related to the economic impacts and contributions of Georgia’s food, fiber, and forest industries can be found below.
Information related to Georgia’s food, fiber, and forest industries can be found by visiting the following website(s):
Contribution and Impact Research Documents:
The following are current and historical studies, fact sheets, and articles related to Georgia’s food, fiber, and forest industries. These can be viewed and/or downloaded by clicking the images or links below:
*As of 2018, no standard methodology exists for producing economic impact or economic contribution reports. Please exercise caution when viewing and comparing reports as each may vary significantly in terms of source data and analysis and reporting methodology.