feed school impact

Dairy - milk sales account for $22.3 million of the total agricultural sales in the county

Horseman's Trail Farm
Image by Mary Finger

Livestock -

Willow Ridge Farm

Poultry

vine ripened tomatoes in a farmers' market in NYC, July 2014
Image by Sandy Repp

Produce

hay

Field Crops - 41,104 tons were produced on 22,486 acres*

Maple trees with taps and buckets for collecting sap, to be made into maple syrup, at Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, North Java, NY.
Image by Dave Pape

Maple Products - 1471 Gallons were produced in 2012*

Fiber Festival

Fiber

Produce Business

Marketing

Logging

Agroforestry

North Fork perennial farm
Image by Mina Vercera, CCE Suffolk County

Ornamental Horticulture

2014 Cornell Small Fruit Open House
Image by Michele Kline

High Tunnel Day Neutral Strawberries in October!

Agriculture

Tioga County Agriculture

Tioga County’s diverse agriculture industry encompasses over one-third of the county land mass with businesses in every town and municipality. Direct sales of local products generate $36.7 million annually which translates into nearly $100 million community dollars as well as full or part time employment of 536 people.

Agriculture in the county continues to change with a decrease in the number of traditional dairy farms which is offset by the growth of farms marketing a range of products such as vegetables, fruits, meats, poultry, fiber products, timber products, maple syrup, and other specialty farm items.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga County is dedicated to helping you, the farmer, succeed.  Our services include soil testing advice and recommendations, disease and insect diagnosis, connecting you to markets, grants, business planning, and more.

Barb Neal is the county agriculture educator--start your agriculture questions with her.  She will either answer your questions, or connect you to one of our regional specialists.  Barb's email is:  ban1@cornell.edu or call 607-687-4020.

Last updated July 26, 2019